Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Strawberry Volume EstimateOf

Bank RobbedOf Rising Toward PeakA Costs

Keystone /Is SoughtCost

total of 15,384 Hats of the cooperative. The remain-
strawberries have flowed Ing half Is divided between the
across the Starke State Farmers auction and local buyers who estimates for a

Market: through Tuesday, also grow berries. study of electric rates in :

April 1, according to Market Buyers on the market this the City of Starke were
requested -
Manager Bob Allen. week have been J. R. Wain-
$25,000Two Prices to farmers this week wright and Morris Carter, David Tuesday night, A-
have been between $3.75 and Browning, the strawberry pril 1, i y Councilman Gerald

$4 per flat. Volume Is heav- cooperative, and Louie Fraden Williams.
ier this week and still on the of Jacksonville. Several smal-

Increase, according to Allen. ler buyers have also been pres-
Prices through the auction
Monday were $3.73 Tuesday ent.Berries have been divided

white men held up the Keystone State gun and stood guard while his companion, !Mrs. Hilda McDaniel, employed In adentist $3.93, and Wednesday $3.74, between the Florida 90's and the

Bank shortly after 9 o'clock Thursday morndescribed as "short and chubby", went from office across from the hank, said that she Allen said. Frank Maurno, new Tiogas.
Ing and escaped with estimated at teller to teller the salesman for the strawberry Main complaint about the Tio ii
currency collecting money in a blue observed a car parked near the Ownbey home :
around $23,000.According co-operative, said prices to gas, according to growers at
shopping bag. when she came to work Thursday morning. farmers ranged around $4 per the market Tuesday morning, H li liter
She did not observe the make but
said it was flathen asked if he could Is that plants could be obtained -
to an eye witness, the men The short man was blonde, and wore alight colored
cream about a 19(57( model, and the give any Idea of what the co- until almost two months
entered the bank and said, "This Is a hold blue denim sailor cap with turned down rim, man with the cowboy hat was in the driversup. op's berries are bringing retail after they should have been In

Don't anybody move." They ordered the blue shirt and pants, and had a patch on his seat. he answered "none." the ground. As a result the

twelve to fifteen patrons who were In the left eye. lie wore gloves and carried a hand A total of 2,877 flats moved Tioga plants are not as large

bank at the time to sit down and remain calm. gun. across the market Monday, Including now as they should be and are Williams
the auction, the coop- picking light. City Clerk Merrell Edwardswas

One man was described as tall and dark, After collecting money,the men ordered The FBI was making a check of the loss erative, and local buyers who One grower, Buddy Norman, instructed by Chairman

wearing a white cowboy hat,green and orange everyone to sit still for five minutes and made Thursday') morning, but the exact amount had grow their own berries and also who with his father, Leon Norman Orle Wiggins to contact several
not t l been determined at press time.SSgiyKtSiWSW&W&W buy others to ship. Tuesdaythe 16 of ber- professional! firms to see how
print shirt, dark pants, ar.d eye glasses with a quick getaway In a car believed to have been grows acres
dark rims. He carried a double barrel shot parked near by. volume was 2,960 flats ries west of Lawtey, was!! unable much such a study will co.st.
No figures were available for to get Tioga plants. Williams' proposal brought!

Wednesday, but that was expected "I'm sure glad of It now" forth an immediate discussionby
to be an "off pick- Buddy Norman said as he the Council.

ing da}', according to Jimmy shoveled flats of large brightly Stating that electric rates are

Gaskins, co-op president. colored Florida 90's Into the "the biggest single criticism of '
Allen said some berries are
cooler Tuesday. "
the city Williams proposedthat
being sold locally and some are Norman picked 900 flats Mon-
the city's engineers, Reyn
being shipped north. Maurno day and 750 more Tuesdayand \
olds, Smith: and Hills of Jack-
said the co-op's berries are said "I 1 couldn't be hap
sonville be contacted about reducIng -
Bradford going all over the eastern sea- pier with the 90's," Norman
the rates. Councilman
board and far north Can-
as as commented.The .
Profit Motive Back Williams noted that city electricare \1
ada.Volume Lawtey grower said he
higher than Florida Power
through the straw- Is averaging 125 flats to the
and Light Clay Electric, but
berry auction continued to be
DelegationTo acre now of some of the best
not too much higher, He said
light. Only 605 flats had gone quality berries he has ever
through by 2 p.m. Wednesday, grown. he realized! that if the cost of

Allen said. Norman said the heavy rains electricity was reduced other
Meet Of Phone Rate Hike Allen estimated that about cost him some.berries but said: utility\ rates would' have to be J

half the Bradford berry volume his bushes have thrived In the increased to make up for it. ,

Is being shipped throughStrawberries cool but sunny spring weatherand Williams noted the council!

Bradford County's legislative < are deep with bloom and has talked at length before

delegation: will meet Friday, The name of the game is profit," Chris Gore, division green berries. about the possibility! of reducing

April 4 in Tallahassee\ to act on public relations supervisor with Continental Tele- Another Lawtey area grower, power rates but had taken no
matters brought up at the public Oscar Carter, who has eight action.
hearing! in Starke March 21. phone System, told the Starke Rotary Club Wednesday acres of berries, seven of them "We have talked with: our engineers -

The three are State Sen. Bob: in explaining why the company is asking for rate _ItI $-i.;; ,;..:'..1.Y Tiogas, are smaller than they at length before," Councilman -
Saunders: \ Gainesville: ; Rep increases for services provided by its Starke, Lawtey s 1." ,'r would be If he could have got- Jimmy: McRae sa'.d.

Ralph Tyre. Lake City, and Rep. and Kingsley Lake exchanges."Profit r A\. "'.. ten them Into the ground soon- "The conclusion was that if we
Gene Shaw, Starke. t er and are bearing lighter than go down on electricity we'll
Among Items the delegationmust is the only ingredient by $3.75 a month, while private the Florida 90's right now. have to go up on other things.!

decide on are a home ," he said, "which permitsa and two-party resident users But he still had hopes they The people see their utility as

rule provision granting the business! to raise the capital rates will increase by $2.70, the .t.. _. '-- will come on within the next their 'electric' bill. They'd still
ordinance making! power necessary to grow and produce announcement said. ,.. -- ---- week or two. lie was highon have the same bill."
county iii "'-
such as cities now have.: Another more goods and service. "The proposed: local service JIIIooIoi"! ; -.--.- ..:...:.- '" t the shipping qualities of He has no objection to finding!

top matter will )fie tow rates for the Kingsley Lake and J .au' ;'\ P1 the Tioga. out what a rate study would

much of a salary Increase to Using the Continentlal System Lawtey exchange customerswill :- ,,11" -,. ..4 Carter, who has been grow- cost Councilman Neil: Tucker
grant county off.cla: The officials and its subsidiary! Florida bs the same. For private ::r--: = a. ing berries in Bradford County stated but'the cltv's rates can't

: have: asked for a $3,000 State Telephone Co.. as examples and two-party. business customers '/ ... i.r c 0 "for 50 years" also said the be compared with Florida poweror
will increase .. .... day Is past when growers can "That'd be
increase to $!2.0ftO per year. Gore noted that rates of rates !' by $3.75 Clay Electric. as-
There Is still' a qu'?!!ton! as to return allowed by regulatory a month, while private and; .- get $3 a flat and make money. sinine."

whether' the home rule provisionwill commissioners were established two-party residence users rates l ,u/\ ,.ir t McRae said utility rates now'
require a vote of the people when interest rates were will increase by $2.50.It e Smith NamedTo are set! to pay off the city! ''

as Sen. Saunders contended. considerably lower than they was also pointed out that ; 0. bonded Indebtedness which

March 21 whether: the mattercan are at present "Here in Bradford zone charges: will be eliminatedfor \ .' ,. ., .. amounts to between $2.5 and $3

b law passed\ by the ]legislature : of return in the 1938 rate case" base rate area and to compensate "{ ;\ I Asking! for a study "would

as Rep., Shaw contends.\ he continued, "was set in the for the loss of mileage re -rr- .!ff' ;. '. re:. :; .\. CommitteesFoster Just throw $1.000 out the window

Decisions! reached by the dele range of six per cent on capital venues, a $5 Increase for business !- tlltY' lj ; if that Is what It would
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gation111 be made: p tlc:: : Invested in the! business.!! He customers and $3.75 for : Shi Smith of Starke cost today" McRae said, "The
said there had been no rate Increase residence! subscribers Is being ..,.- Sur r 1'tf'7 has been appointed to serve on
after the meeting:
!: g:::;; two new Florida Farm Bureau (Continued on Page Four)
here since that time. proposed. -"Ii" ;;;::'
level J r .;7.- Federation committees to study
"Without an approved
TWO MORE DONORS: Factors mentioned by the '-' .- rirt rii r 1 tax and labor problems.The .
of profit, it will be difficult for
FOR AWARDS DAY speaker as contributing to the 1 .- Head Start
In the list of contributors: : torAwal'ds Increased cost of doing business us to make a full contributionto tlV'-1 ('1'-" tt two statewide commit-
Day t to: be held at BHS were: higher taxes, competitionfor the needs of customers in ':: r tees will be charged with the Meeting Set

on May 28, two names were accidentally the Investor's dollar, increasing our area and to those needs responsibility of studying tax:
which will be from (he farm of Oscar Carter, SR-223 west of Lawtey, come Intq
lilt required even and labor problems as they relate -
omitted from the levels necessary'
wage more urgently in the years the market here Tuc!>d.l), Ap.il 1, Carter has eight acres ot berries, seven of the new For TonightA
specifically to agricultureor
published! in last week's paper. to attract and retain! qualified
ahead," Mr. Gore said the California berry which consider better shipping fruit than the
BHS Principal! Ralph Digrga an employees high interest costson Tiogas growers a as they may relate generallyto
nounces that these" two additional service Improvements and Several Rotarians ced complaints Florida 90.These Farm, Bureau members. meeting of the parents of

donors are The Starke Ro higher costs of supplies and about the difficutly in berries went to the strawberry eo-op. and tim- children who plan to attend the
Smith is a cattleman Bradford County Head Start
tary Club, and J. E. Hardy equipment.! reaching long distance operators .
and --- ber grower and is currently employed program has been called for 7
obtaining information:
"I feel If\ we are to providethe .service in the evening hours. as a curriculum coordin- p.m. tonight (Thursday) In the
ator with the Bradford County court room of the Bradford
type of telephone commun Another question concerned the Expected
FAA Approval Board of Public Instruction. He County courthouse.
EASTER ications needed in the future, :lnstaUaton! of additional linesto
Is also an attorney and a former Purpose of the meeting Is to
as well as being fair to investors !! provide adequate service to
SUNRISE School show a film, "Oper-
Bradford High prin parents
employees and Kingsley Lake which
consumers was described "
SERVICE we have to earn in the range of by one Rotarian as totally Soon On Airport LeaseKeystone cipal. ation understanding Head Start of for what a bet-Is

8 to 9 cent the capital
per on unsatisfactory.They Serving on the committeeswill to be accomplished during the

6:30: A.M. Sunday Invested in the business," Mr. were told by Mr. Gore Council: Chairman Keystone Airport has been com- be State Rep. Wayne Mix- eight: week program starting
Gore said. He pointed out that that an Investigation would be day night, explainedthat
Everett: Fox said yesterday that pleted .and will come up for on. Marianna; Rep. E. C. June 23
April 6 while the rate of return on cap made concerning the long dis the conference was requested -
Rowell Wildwood. both members In announcing the meeting
the new lease between !the Cityof final 1 review at the regular
ital invested Is in the range of tance difficulty, and that funds by FAA for the pur- McClendon of CL'BB:
and the of the FFBF state board: Harold ,
Sportsmn'sClub Council
Keystone meeting next Tuesday
Church 6 per cent, the cost: of short had been budgeted for addition. pose of clarifying its role In Richard Economic Agency said that a
tat Baptist for hunting rights on the! night. John Talton, Apopka: ,
term fixed at 8 al linej settling airport problems. He
is to
money per Kingsley Lake. will
Starke cent '''''''''''''''''''''''''''..........................H..O'..,.................................................. Nothing apparently was changed said the agency was taking a. Finlay, Jay: Marvin Kahn Se- Policy Advisory Committee
:;:;:;:;;;:;:;:;:;:;;;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:: :::::::;;;;';';';';';';":;:;:;:;';;;';';';';';';';';';';';';' bring, Reid: Stewart Zolfo also be organized to suggest
in the lease negotiations: when closer look: ) at all surplus air.. In which the
g : I Springs, and Lacy Thomas ways
Sponsored By Starke R. W. Ingle. president of Flor- Carl Kuentz and Gene Faulkner, ports under its Jurisdiction.. Groveland. could be Improved, and to review -

:Ministerial Alliance ida State Telephone Co., announced :;;; Bradford Fair On TV :%:;: representing the Miami Area. The official said that FAA Is Albert Miles HJUsborougti all job applications and

recently that the com Color Film Next Office ,Airports Branch of PTA charged with inspecting surplus County farm leader and FFBF make recommendations to the
The Public Is pany had filed an applicationwith | Wednesday 1|j met with the Council and interested airports (such .as .Keystone's board member will chair the Bradford County Economic

Cordially Invited !the Florida Public Service citizens Tuesday night turned over to the city for tax: committee and Walter Agency for the hiring of per-
Commission for an adjustmentIn for a discussion that clearedthe sonnel in the Head Start
111; claim deed pro-
local exchange tariffs :: A 30-minute documentary film on the Bradford m: operation by quit Kautz, Canal Point farmer and
present air in the recent sportsmen-
This -Contributed throughout its entire service :::|:: County Fair will be presented by Channel 12, Jack- |::!:: pilot airport controversy.Fox to from make the sure Federal that terms gwercment of the) vice-president of the Federation'to gram.Other functions of the policy

!" Space Publicize area. A hearing on the matter :jj:: sonville, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, it was :&::; said the two Miami officl. deed are complied with. head the labor committee. committee will be to serveas
Weekly has been set by the Commissionfor ,:f jij:: anncunced yesterday by Bob Henry assistant 1?:' als agreed that FAA does not a channel for hearing complaints -
Community Events by 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 22, jjj:: director of 1VFGA-TY. news ::Ij!: sign leases of airport property, Three indicated members Tuesday of night the Council thatIf ;1 ::11:1:1:1:1:1:1:111:111m1ffi1;:::: :::;;:;;; ;; ;1111mm11; ; 111111 1 1111; mj regarding the program

at the Fairgrounds in Starke. assist In organizing activities
but does review !them to be
to giveus
the FAA "continues
The CommunityState The proposed rate adjustmentwould :.f!;; Scenes for the documentary, which will be shown m ji! sure that nothing Is containedIn a lot of trouble over the GIRL SCOUT for parents of responsibility, assume some for communicating degree -

Bank range from an monthly! .::#j::. in color, were filmed during the recent Fair and .;::: the lease that would Inter airport and listens to everyone DONATION ASKED with parents and encouraging -

Increase of $2.70 for private line :ii;:: Spring Festival, and" will include many of the high. ;:-:> fere with aviation. who'writes a. letter rather than Anyone wishing to donate their participation In

Accou'nts now insuredup residence to an Increase of $5.73 :%::; lights of the four-day activities that have made the ;:8: Fox said that after the final coming to the council in such money to the Gateway Girl! the program serving as a link

to $15,000 by to trunk for private branch sub- %::; Bradford Fair the best for its size in this area of :';'::: review of the lease next Tues matters" they would be in favor Scouts are requested to contact to public and private organiz-
Federal Deposit Insurance scribers in the Starke exchange. ::5 Florida. 8;; day night, it would be sent. to of turning the Airport backto Frank Williams or J. E. Tom- ations, and at the end of per-
the FAA. This would requirea 11nson.t iod this committee will
Corp. Miami the following day for a. playa
Private and two-party business 1 I l 1fff final inspection by FAA. referendum by the voters of major role In designing the

customers rates will Increase ;:;:;:;:;:;:; :;:;:;:;:;:::;;;:::::::::::::::::::::::::fffff::::::::::::::fff::::::::::::fffffi&ff::::::::::::::::::::::::ffff:::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:;:::::::;::::::::::::::: : Early in the meeting Tues (Continued on Page Four) ;m111ili;; 1; ; ;1iliLt m m mi11mfIm;; :;: program for 1970.


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Luncheon Given Carol Searing Miss Lee DarbyComplimented Vicki Williams Population Rise To 235 Million Seen by 1980The

For Lee Darby, Honored, With \Birthday Party
study which that the
United States population -
BrideelectMiss Saturday Tea At Morning Party ;Has Easter Theme is expected to exceed 205.5 population at mid-1968 was an

I million people by 1970 and 235: estimated 201.700,000 and the
Lee Darby was the inspiration Miss Carol Searing bride Miss Lee Darby, whose mar Vicki Williams daughter cf labor force about 81.550,000.
-r4---- for a delightful lunch- elect was the guest of honor riage to Emmett Akridge will i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Williams million by 1980, according to
Population growth in recent
Saturday afternoon when Mrs. statisticians of the Metropolitan (
con given in her honor by Mrs. be an event of Friday April was the honoree last Friday
Reddish Andrews Mrs. Fate Life Insurance Co. years reflects the high level of
was the
Randal F. Chitty at her home Inspiration for a night when her mother'! enter-
last Saturday at 1 pm. The 20 Brown Mrs. Willie Mae Denton Coca Cola party given Sat- tained In celebration of Vlckl's The insurer claims these births during the 1950's and
guests were seated at a large Mrs. W. H. Hart Mrs. urday morning from 10 until eleventh birthday anniversary. estimates are based on a recent earlier 1960's.
banquet sized table and two A, R. Norman Mrs. S. L. 12 o'clock by Mrs. S. L. Peek Yellow and green balloons
Peek Jr., and Mrs. Warren Jr. and Mrs. David
e 1 ry smaller: tables placed in the and Easter bunnies were used
family! room. Centering the honoree's Winkler entertained at tea In the home of the former on In decorating the carport of the
l the home of the latter
on N. Church Street.Arrangements. :
table was a large white Pratt Street from three until Williams!! 'home, where the young How could there be a more WE HAVE
tissue paper bride doll on a silver of azaleas entertained from
five o'clock. people were appropriate gift for her day.MOTHER'S .
used In
were decorating the low-
stand which was surrounded -
Arrangements of azaleas six until nine-thirty
with red blossoms. Two silver were used In decorating.Mrs. er floor of the Peek home. Prizes of chocolate Easter Bradford HighMay

compotes holding white Winkler, Miss Searllng the Mrs.door Peek and greeted guests at eggs were presented to the one DAY
tapers and red azaleas flanked and her mother Mrs. Earl they were received finding the largest egg and to
the center piece. Small arrangements Searing received the guestsat Darby by Mrs.Mrs.Broward Canova Akridge Miss the one finding the greatest 1 11 1 School Class
of red and white the
door. number of eggs. Following the
mother of the
w : groom to be,
!i | azaleas[ In silver compotes centered The tea table In the din- and Mrs. Charles Darby mo- ('hunt dancing was enjoyed.
1 the smaller tables. Other ing room, was covered with a ther of the bride elect. Refreshments of birthday t
arrangements of spring and lace cloth over pink and was cake and punch were served v RingsBY
The refreshment table in the I
seasonal flowers were placed centered with a silver epergne from a table covered with a
throughout the :home. holding an arrangement of pink dining room was overlaid with birthday cloth.
azaleas, topped with dwarf az- a white linen cutwork cloth Mrs. Williams was assisted inserving BALFOUR
I aleas. and centered with a silver epergne .
Following the luncheon Miss --
the 14 guests by (MissJirrada
Burning pink candles In silver filled with azaleas in -
Darby was presented with bride :
Williams and Mrs. Davit -
various shades of pink. bA.rrobAORIGINALLY
candelabra balanced .
the ; .
and groom rehearsal rings as Willlnnu. !IM Alm/II itl'lli'M' Thi On|
mementoes of the occasion.: floral piece. Assisting the hostesses in the Than the DESIGNED"MOTHER'S
I Pouring punch during the dining room were Mrs. S. L.
Invited to enjoy the party with afternoon was Miss Denise Peek Sr.,Miss Katharine Peek Farnsworth-Lewis RING" BY THECLASS
the honoree were members of Winkler. Mrs. J. M. Darby, Mrs. W. H.
Brenda Lewis Becomes Bride Mrs. Chitty's Young Women's .The hostesses presented Miss Holland Mrs. Bob Nobles and Rehearsal Supper I OF
Sunday School Class: her sisters Searing with the coffee pot Mrs. Randy Johns. The sift of a million
Of Mr. Farnsworth In First BaptistMiss Mrs. Randy Johns and to her chosen pattern of china. Miss Darby was presentedwith happy memories I
Mrs Robert Nobles; and the Miss Searing and her mother a piece of her chosen pat- Members of the Farnsworth- 1970
: Brenda Jane Lewis dish Mrs. Eugene F. Shaw bride and groom's mothers were also presented Iris corsages tern of silver as a mementoof Lewis wedding party were entertained (
daughter of :Mr.and Mrs.James of Starke; Miss Sylvia Farns- Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs. the occasion. She and her Friday evening, Mar- Twin bands of 14 Karat gold
A. Lewis i of Staike and lIarolo worth, and Mrs. John M. Sheppard Broward Akridge. Assisting! in One hundred and forty guests mother were also given car- ch 21, at a dinner In the Pecan which symbolize Mother and I WE
Charles 1 arnsworlh! Jr., son both of Tampa, sistersof preparing and serving the were Invited to call during the nation corsages. Room of the Garden Rest- Father, are joined by lustrous !:
of :\11'. and :Mrs Harold C. the bridegroom.All luncheon were Mrs O. L. Hay- afternoon.Mrs. Seventy guests were Invitedto aurant following the wedding rehearsal synthetic birthstones
I'urnsworth! of Tampa, were attendants wore floor nes, Jr., and Mrs. Harry Hat Hal Alexander of Jack- enjoy the morning with the Hosts of this occas- one, for each child in the I REPAIR
united In marriage Saturday length dresses of pink faille was an out of town guest. honoree. Among the outof town ion were Mr. and Mrs. h HaroldC. family.
evening, :March 22, at 7:30: with Empire waistline and train. cher guests attending were Mrs. James Farnsworth parents of the
o'clock In the First Baptist The bodice featured a scoop Crews, of Jacksonville; bridegroom.The Buy with confidence. ONLY ALL BRANDS OF
Church with the pastor Rev. neckline and short sleeves. Dessert Mrs. Edgar Akridge Keystone head table was centered the "Mother's' Ring"" carriesa
W. A. llogan, officiating.The Their headdress were bows of Club Bridge Heights and Miss Dottie Sue with an arrangementof tag with U. S. Patent
bride and groom exchanged matching faille with veils of To Meet 9 For Miss Darby Kelly Brooker.Birthday gladioli pink carnations} white #186,183 Look for It Elect.t ShaversWOODBURNS
vows In front of a gold silk Illusion. They carried April porn poms and baby breath.
en arch draped with fern and nosegays of pink sweetheartroses At Roberts Home Similar arrrangements were
large white mums. Emerald and baby breath with "International Affairs" will Party used on the other tables. '
fern trees baskets of white dusty pink carnations and pet- be the program topic for the Mrs. George Roberts Mrs. For Mrs. Swinyef Forty five relatives close
mums gold spiral candelabras als of flowers on showers of Starke Woman's Club meeting Vernon Silcox and Mrs. Char- : friends and members of the
tree candlebras and arch can- pink satin ribbon. Wednesday. Apiil 9, at 3:30: o' les Saywer were joint hostesses Mrs. W. P. Swinyer was wedding party attended the dIn- GEM JEWELRY
dclbras were used in decor- Mr. Farnsworth Sr. served clock. Thursday night of last week ner with the honored couple
ating the altar. An arrange- his son as best man. Ushers at the home of the former pleasantly surprised Saturday Miss Brenda Lewis and Harold 109 EAST CALL ST.
her friends
night when some of
when they entertained Charles Farnsworth Jr.
at des-
ment of white gladioli pink were John Farnsworth, Petersburg -
ving line composed of the bride entertained at the home of her
carnations white porn poms \'a.,a cousin of the groom; and groom, and their mothers, sert bridge honoring Miss Lee brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
tnd baby breath was used in Webster Farnsworth,of Tampa, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Farnsworth Darby, brideelect of April
and Mrs. W Nollman
he church foyer a brother; William Futch, New 4.
program of nuptial music York City: James A. Lewis :Mrs. Ralph II. Cox of Live The living room and dining celebration of her birthday an-
was presented by :Mrs. I?. A. Jr., Bremerhaven, Germany, Oak the bride's aunt, cut the room of the Roberts home were :niversary.
Green, organist, and Mrs. Ran- brother of the bride: Bill Fleming wedding cake and Mrs. Sally decorated with arrangementsof Arrangements of spring flow-
dal F. Chitty, soloist. Land 'o Lakes, Fla.; pink azaleas and bridal wre-
Whitehead kept the bride's book. ers were used In decorating. tha Starke Plaza
Given in marriage by her Robert Mims Macon Ga.;Mike Assisting( in serving were ath. Bronze and yellow pompoms Nollman home.
father the bride wore a floor MacKenzie, Atlanta Ga.; and Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mrs. H.M. and daffodils was used
length gown of light Ivory silk Bert Thornton, Miami. Hatcher Jr., Mrs. Marilyn In' the den. The guests played bridge and
faille with Km pi waistline! A reception was held after Roberts !Mrs. J.11. Dennis Upon arrival guests were Samba and following the Open Every Day
and sleeves of English net with the ceremony In the church :Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. StaffordW. served a dessert course. The games, refreshments were serv-
appliques of t re embroidered recreation room, where large Burney of Jacksonville, Mrs. six tables where guests were ed buffet style. LADIES I 9:00: A.M. TO 8:00: P.M
Alencon lace. The bodice had baskets of mums and flower Robert :Mims of Macon Fa., seated were overlaid with white
an Edwardian neckline and the arrangements similar to thoseIn and Misses June Hardy and linen cutwork cloths and cen- Mrs Swlnyer the former Ella
skirt terminated in a full cir- the church were used in Cindy Sink.Following. tered with milk glass! containers Kate Hamrick. Is a former resident -
cular \Vatteau chapel train. Her decorating. The bride's table a wedding trip to holding arrangements of of Starke. She and Mr. PANT DRESSES
flowers were Phalaonopsls orchids was centered with four-tiered Stone Mountain, Ga. and Ash- dwarf pink and white azaleas Swinyer will leave In a few
and stephanotis. Her wedding cake on columns, sup- ville, N.C., the couple Is residing and bridal wreath. weeks for their home In Los
headpiece was a Dior bow of ported by swans and toppedby at Kingsley Lake. Following several progres- Gatos, Calif, after spend'ng the
peau de sole and pearlized oran a nosegay of miniature car- The bride is a graduate of sions of bridge the winnersof winter In Keystone Heights.
; blossoms attached to a nations and sweetheart roses. Bradford High School and attended high second and low scores
tiered veil or pure silk ill- The punch bowl, on a separate the University of Flo- were awarded prizes. Two _
table was surrounded by pompoms bingo prizes and a "floating" $399Several
rida. Mr. Farnsworth Is a
usion.Mrs.. C. W. Goff Jr., of and baby breath inter- graduate of Robinson High Sch- prize were also given. Aero Club Gives
Jacksonville served as matronof woven with fern. ool, Tampa attended the UnIversity The hostess presented the Farewell Party
honor. Bridesmaids were :'olrs.'ernon Silcox greeted of Florida and Is now honoree with an ,Iron frying
Mrs. Keith D. Gillingham of pan as a memento of the oc- to choose *
guests at the door and serving with the U. S. Navy at casion. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Fordyce styles
Mrs.JohnA.Red. tne
Jacksonville presentea them to recei-
Cecil Field
of Keystone Heights were hon- from in a great value pant
- - - - - ored
-- - at a farewell supper given
dress. Have the look of a ,
- - - '
- - - last Friday night in the Lions r t *
Den at Starke by members of Q dress and comfort of pants. r

'L r the Keystone Aero Club and Most styles permanent
t ''- 14 1 I their wives. press.... pastels and dark
'j)ti / d II / A steak cookout was held
'!' .a, ? and N. L. Woodburn presidentof in solids and prints 10-18.
''''' the Aero Club presentedMr. 11

,/ 11' t.j / Y .. Fordyce organizer of the
,fop" .. % club, with a plaque Inapprecia- GIRLS NO-IRON
11" ; a' v t i I '1 t cy! 1L ; tion of his interest in further- ;
1' I \ i ''i ra ing aviation in this area.
I .J .. "t; t this week to their DRESSES
1"t J new home in PANT
,,,. ,.,.. the Stuart
"' .. area.
1 1s&'iY
",.... -, 4 --- .. ;
;:. .'- _a .ww'r-+
.. sy Mrs. Kopelousos
-- ",'*r:4. .'F $199 99
Luncheon Hostess 2

... Mrs Gus Kopelousos was L 1-6X 7-14
.., J .hostess Monday at her home on
Kingoley Lake when she enter-
r ws tained. at luncheon honoring Many darling new styles in prints or solids in

Mrs Michael O'Brien, who Is easy care Cotton-Dacrons. Choice of zipper or
spending some time with her button-front models.

parents Mr. and Mrs. T. H.

Slade.The seven guests were seatedat LADIES 2-PIECE t tl

.. '. the dining table which was
'"' covered with a white linen
byq cloth and centered with 'an arrangement -

of purple violets. SUITS -

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...t.'...""' ".{. '.:';.,.. $, : $399
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r' ". '.'' ,,-...t" '." _'; i Big value buys' 100" cotton .
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7" i sharkskin in assorted new ,
,' *...:' "..I ':''r'' .' a J. .;. BVNANCY'S {3 r s Spring pastel prints Jacket is ,, '
"" :.&0.. 1'J ) FLOWERS 3 # half lined and matching skirt /?!!//

THE EASTER LILY :, 0 has California waistband Sires \
.t. .7' 816vLADIES, :
There Is much to say about .
Let Your Savings Grow With Us! Easter. If U the most sacred }

day of Christendom and by: more eelsLLrated ti .; STRETCH I

.: Our New Home Should Be Completed in April [ than In any the f.- NYLON SHELLS -j

In The Meantime !Next to iNa )
a sym $177 "WAY

25 % PER ANNUM are an ; '1

. EARN. Important, partof t' Compare with shells
Easter. Tne 'L selling for $2.50. Fine al112'C12Sb

: ON INVESTMENTS: OF $3,000 FOR 6 MONTHS outstanding the Easter Lily flower of COW'sels gauge, all nylon art

,, ; .. stretch with back
I "The House of The flower Easter which Lily ha*U come a beautiful to be zipper in choice of $19 7 j199 Compale

, Savings"Saving neck lines. Wash All a"ywhere
the sign of Easter It Is the symbol -
of llfht and parity, and able pastels and :rstletCh cn:,run, fltst

; most lilies crown by florist nsu-i' darks, S-M-L. iets our crf Olt and

. 412 And Loan Association ally have became the pollen nonfertHhatlon stalks removed -' 8IS and pastet tale'.

,* *\7 \ J OF STARKE keeps We will the flowers be :happy white.to supply LADIES GLOVES CANTRECE NYLONS i

; your Easter floweri. Phone 964- Don't! forget your gloves for $ oo Famous DuPont nylons that
.: ; 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 15792' and they will be deliveredto Easter Carps has many styles' lit like skin, Run guards in heel
door. and lengths to complement any and lop. New Spring shades 79*
your J JMiss
:. outfit One size fits all. sites S XL

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and Mrs. David Canova, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paul hadas -O -s
Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Illlls- ;)
_ _
who have been living in Gaines- last weekend Mrs\! r
borough Beach and Wilmington, guests "! =
ville for the past three mon- Del., and Dr. Ted Steigler and Jeff Paulk and Miss Kay Paullc I o r- I
ths, prior to Mrs. Canova's daughter, Lenore, also of Wilmington of Pearson, Ga.; Mr and Mrs. ../ L.. : ,.i 2 : : 5Jr e.. I
) NGiGg
from the University were guests Thursdayand Mack McGowan and son and I JA: -
of Ni.
Florida, have returned to Friday of !Mr. and !Mrs Miss Jean Paulk of Valdosta J't 4 = LIVE ACTION "'"' ''
their home on Kingsley Lake T, II. Slade and Col and Mrs Ga.; Max Carter of Douglas, VIEW BY THE _
Mrs. R. J. Davis has returned T, T, Long. Ga.; and Mr. and Mrs. William t s, I / WORLD'SGREATEST BALDWINCHEVROLETOLDS NOW 'fNERES I
to her homo here after Among those attending the St. Manning and children of Jacksonville = l AI TIgTw7Ht wNERE REAL V
spending last week in Gaines Augustine Arts & Crafts Festival The Paulks also hadas J. SCENERY : SEAtJ1Y ISR J I
ville with her son-in-law and I APPRECIATED
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. a guest last Friday Donald I
daughter, Mr and Mrs II.G. and :. >
Bill Costello and children Vickers Federal entomologist ." .l7l.t,.
Davis Jr I ... ?
:; .
Mr. and Mrs. B.G. Ferguson.
of Chattahoochee, who was en- '
Mr. and Mrs. B.C. McIntyre ,. ( ) _
:\Ir, and Mrs. R.O. Dansby route from Palatka where he )
and three sons of Jack- visited Mrs. Dansby's sister, I
control for
set up a mosquito
sonville I
were weekend guests Andrews, In Clay I
Mrs. R. J.
of Mrs. Mclntyre's the Cross State Barge Canal I I
Mr and Mrs. J. II. DuPre. Memorial Hospital in Green Miss Martha Haynes of Winter I I

Mr. and Mrs. n. C. Dansby Cove Springs and Mrs.Sunday R. afternoon.A, Colson Haven was the guest Mon I I II'
of Adel, Ga. spent from Tues- day of her aunt, Mrs. Bertha
and !Mrs. Wilbur Waters attended I
day until Thursday of last week Pearce. '
of Mr. Gertie
the graduation McRae
with Mr. Dansby's brother and Waters at the Naval-: Reserve Mrs. W B. Mundy spent last .( I II
sisterInlawfr: and Mrs. Station In Orlando last Satur- weekend in Panama City as the Wins Trophy ,
R.O. Dansb ', guest of Dr. and Mrs. Neal
day. Mr. Waters reported
Mr. and Mrs. David Long of day to Mayport for an addit- Goss, and attended the weddingof At Keystone
Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs. ional two weeks training. their daughter, Sigrid, on ,. ,
Tom Long and son of Jackson, Mr. and :Mrs. Bert :Newcomband Saturday. Gertie McRae, of the Stark
Miss will spend Easter week- children of Marlton N.J., Miss Jean MUI. 'y of Columbia Women's Golf Association! is t
end here with their parents, and Mr and :Mrs.\ Byron New- University! New York City, and pictured with trophy won In the I I
Col and Mrs T. T. Long. comb and daughters of Atlanta, Mrs. Patricia McLendon of recent Ladles Invitational it
Mr. and Mrs. John :Nixonof Ga. are guests this week of heir Rock Hill, S. C, will! spend Keystone Heights. Mrs.' McRae I II II
:Muncie! Ind. were weekend parents, Mr. and !Mrs. G. S. Easter weekend with Miss eliot an 87 for low medalist on Spring Yourself Loose In A Neiv
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo- Newcomb' at Desert Isle !Motelin Mundy's mother, Mrs. W. B. the first diy: of the tournamentand
rge W. Brown. The Browns Lawtey. :Mundy.Mr.: an 8ft the second day to I
have as guests thie week :Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Slade, and Mrs Keith Gilling-,;: place first: In the champ'.onshlo!
and :Mrs. John I. Finch of Hed and Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Saw- liam and children Jackson- flight. She is a repeat winner in I I
Key; Ind.FrlenJs. yer spent from Saturday until ville will spend Easter weekend the Keystone( Ladies Invitat'onal. I
of :Irs>. Harry :Mooty Wednesday in Atlanta, Ga. attending with her parents: Mr. and Mrs. ( I II
will tu learn of the OR OLDS.
regret death the Southeastern National Guy Sale CHEVROLET
of her mother, :Mrs. Charles LP Gas Convention.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Virgil Mathewsof -
Sanborn, in Tucker, Ga. last : J, II. Fields and :Mrs. Folk.'ton, Ga., and Mr. and I
Thursday. Mrs. :Mooty left Herbert Green vlsltrd11': and
11L's, Bruce Mathews and family'!
Friday to attend the funeral Mrs. Charles Fields in Jack- of Gainesville were Sunday I I
service which were held Sun-
She sonville Sundayafternoon.Friends Bursts! of Mr and Mrs. Carl Mrs Joseph Severo and son, I
day. home Tues-
of Mr. Fields will be gladto Mathews. Timmie, of Washington, D.C., I

day.Mr, and :Mrs.\ S. C. Cornwallof ating learn at home that after he is being recuper-con- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thorntonof are spending two Col.weeks and Mrs.J here. LARGE STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM
York, Pa. will arrive Sat Vincent's Gainesville spent the week- with her parents,
fined to St. Hospital 1
urday to spend a few days end here with Mrs. Thornton'sfathel' A. Scanlan. Miss Margaret I
for two
with Mrs. Cornwall's; sister, Michael O'Brien, of Grand Harry Mooty. Scanlan, a student at the I'nIveristv I
will Join
:Mrs.\ M. F. Brown. Mrs. Brown Rapids, Mich., will spcndF.ast- Sen. Charley E Johns and! of Florida I
and sister for the
will also hare as EasterSunday er weekend here with his fam- son. Jerome, spent Saturday In weekend.Mr.parents.
euests her son and claiu( >!-.ter- ily. Tallahassee( where Sen. Johns In That Out-Of-Totvn Ad
Fran- Bring
!Mrs. Charles
in law, Dr. and :\h's.f.: F. !Mr. and :Mrs L, N. Wood- participated: In the Tallahassee cis and children are spendingthis I II
Brown, and children of :Mac- burn of Elmhurst III. were Spring Festival.! He was among week In Woodberry, Tenn. I
clenny. weekend guests of :Mr.\ and:Mrs\ the former Governors riding in with Mrs. Ernest Francis. I II
Among those attending the rI.I., Woodburn. the parade and was accompanied Mrs. Michael O'Brien and two t
bcp.ofit dessert bridge party at :Mr.\ and :Mrs.\ II. C, Wimbcrly in the parad by his -<;on. children; Suzanne, Charlene, I That Suits You BestWE'LL
the Woman's Club in Keystone of Eagle Lake were guests Mr. and Mrs Charles Godfrey and John Charles Sawyer, and
Heights: Tuesday\ were Mrs. M. the first of the week of !Mrs. and family of Aiken, s. C. are Brenda Roberts spent Sundayat I
A Baldwin Jr.. Mrs T. C. Haen *- Wimberli's sitterf1's: Nelson spending the Easter holidays Sliver Springs and Sattelite I
Mrs. Shcrrod Ham'lton' and Green. with her parents Mr and Mrs. Beach where they visited! Mrs. I
Mrs. JY, Ritch Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford and Tyler Jones Mrs Alton H'splnbntham O'Brien's brother-in-law and I II II
Paul!! MoLPocl returned Sunday family, Mr. and :Mrs.\ R. A. of Callahan also sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack I
In FSU Tallahassee, af'T' Colson, and !\fl'. and Mrs. Rob- spent several days this week O'Brien.
upending; spring vacation \,ith ert Barksdale and family arc With Mr. and 1 Mrs Jones. Miss !Hope Ilolllday spent last \
his parents Mr. and :Mrs.: II. A. camping this week near St. Aug- Mrs! Huldah Morgan of Jacksonville week In Miami with her FSU DO IT TOO
MrLeod.Wr ustine. spent' Sunday night with roommate, :Miss Margie Robinson I
her brother-in-law \\hlle there, she spent
nnd sister;J ,
Mr noel Mrs Joe Smith nnd
*. Donald Lee and daugli Srn nnd Mrs. Charley Johns. one day In Pompano Beach with t
Irr Irfl Saturday for KHz'nser': Mr.son of And Oa'nesUlle 11larc! were Jackson visiting Staff Sst.:;: Ewell Lawson Jr. her sister-in-law, Mrs. Arthur I
Germany; to bin Sp-4 Lee who ; on of Fort Walton Beach will! Holllda '.
i th .stationed; there.Mr Saturday. spend 1 Easter; weekend! herewith Friends of Mr. and Mrs J.H. I / II
and Mrs. E, P. Uolnnd WCl'k"l1r11lt01'3 of Mr. and hK! children and h's Moseley, formerly Memphis:\ ,
]Ties. M. C Wells] and Mrs. Car. par-
Tenn., and parents of I\Irs.II.II. !I
and children of Athens On., ents, Mr. and Mrs, Ewell Lawson HOME
olyn Redirnve: were Mr. and: Adams, will be pleased to learn\
ring: ) v II L. Sperr of SUikeprut .
I "vrnl days Ja.sl week IMr.5! Charlie Parker and family Wayne Edwards left that they moved into their newhome I II
of Cocoa and! Mr and Mrs.Tlllmnn Saturday Bessent Road this
with Mr mid Mrs. B R. U"Ii"l"Ijn !
for two weeks! in London. Germanv ,
Pi-liol);. '. hello and family of and week. Mrs. Adams spent the i
Jacksonville.; first of last week in Memphisand I '

Thursday was accompanied by Mr.and Mrs.home Mos last I From Our Spring Used Car Sale I

eley. The remained with Dr.
WE HAVE IT NOW! ] and Mrs. Adams while awaiting I I II
the arrival of their furn-

< DISCOUNT among iture Miss from the Dianne 96:Memphis.prospective Edwards grad-was I 1966 Chev. Impala 4 Dr. 1966 Mustang Coupe 6 Cyl.

uates for Term HI at Santa Hard-Top, Air Cond't V-8, Au- 3 :Speed; Trans. Radio, Heater
T11 PRICED Fe Junior College who were
honored at an Informal reception to. Trans., Power Steering, Power $1485 $1195 I
last Friday afternoon at Brakes!'!, Radio, Heater
the college's West Center In WSVV Tires.

The All New PolaroidCOLORPAK Gainesville.Mrs.. F..W.. Allen, of Starke, 1964 Dodge Dart 4 Dr. Se$795-
New Yorker
and her sister, Mrs. G. W. 1966 Chrysler ,
Strickland, of Bunnell, are
Han. Auto. Trans., Heater, Local
meeting Mrs. Strickland'sdaughter
II Katharine, for the 4 Dr. Sedan Equipped $ One-Owner Car, Real Nice 2nd I
Easter Holidays They all will Including I Air Cond'Fullyt. 109 Car.

meet in Ebro, Fla. "", I

CT-3 Jim Lewis returned to(

day Bremerhaven.after! 26 days Germany leave. Satur- 1968 Chev. Bel-A'Y 4. Dr. Se1967 Chev. 1-2 Ton Pick Up

$26 M 1'.". H. M Richard! will
spend Easter weekend in East t 6 Cylinder, Auto. Trans., Dark
Palatka with her son-in-law and dan, 6 Cyl. Auto. Trans.'! Radio Green $1495

daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Heater, WSW Tires. Less Than $2395 I

II. Buck. 1500 !Miles.
Friends of Mrs. V. R. Ferguson -
BIG COLOR PRINTS = will regret(! to learn of the

USES FLASHCUBESNow 1 Mss death J of, R.her E'uiford.' sister-in-law.on Monday Mrs. 1967 Chevrolet Malibu 2 Dr. 1967 Fairlane Ford 4 Dr. Sedan -

everyone can afford in Appomattox Va. Mrs Shu- I (?J C%'J.. Auto. Trans.!'! Like
instant pictures in color. g ford was a former resident! of Hard-Top, Bucket Seats, Air New-'; Tires, Gets Real Good Gas $1395
Takes 3-1/4" x 4-1/4" color p Lawtey. Among those attending Cond't. 4 Speed Trans, Power $2195 1 Mileage ,
funeral services held Wednesday -
the (!
shots in a minute, black Steering, 327 V-8
at the funeral home in t
& white in seconds. Has
built-in flashcube attach- Appomattox: were Dave Shuford Shuford of 1968 Ford 4 Dr. Sedan 390
of Lawtey and Joe
ment.ing new Come Polaroid see this at Carps.amaz- st Augustine; 1966 GTO 2 Dr. Hard-Top I

Mrs S. G Hewitt(! of Jacksonville V-8, Auto. Trans., WSW Tires.
spent Friday and Saturdayof V-8, Auto. Trans., Air Cond't., $1695 1 t
Healer, Two-Tone I Paint.
$419$ last week with Mr. and Mrs.B. Power Steering, Radio, WSW' $$1895 1

Polaroid 108 Color Film . C. Holt7.endorf, Sr. Tires t

Polaroid 107 Black & White Film $$219 / SERVICE SCHEDULE; -4 Wheel Drive I It

CATHOLIC Churches I I 1967 Pontiac Catalina 4 Dr. .966 Jeep I

ST. EDWARD'S, Starke: Pick Will Make Extra Nice t
NEW GENERAL ELECTRIC Sunday: Mass, 8 a.m. and t Sedan. Air Cond't Power Steering $$995 t
Hunting or Fishing Truck.
9:1.1:; $
FLASHCUBES : a in. &-Brakes, Extra Clean Low $1995
Greendot Thursdayla88: 6:30: p.m. I t tt
1I Mileage One-Owner Car.
:Mieaculoiis :Medal Novena: 1 I.I
Black dot Saturday, 7 p.m. --.I.II t

lamp Used ST. WILLIAM'S.:. Keystone t t tt

; ..,,;,, Sleeve of 3-12 shots, Height I t tt
V Sunday :Mass, 9
Use with+ all flash am.
cube cameras, in Wetnesday Mass: & Novena, t t tI
LASH : cludingnewColorpakll. 7 p.m. t
+?? C BEg t tt
ST. !\IARY'SIacclennYI! :
Sunday :Mass, 11:30: a.m. I II t tI



y t
h ,... Just drop in film cart, I
Published every Thursdayat t U. S. 301 North Phone ,
+ ridge and shoot per.$1444f 138 W. Call Street 964-750O I

-- feet pictures every Starke, Florida 32091
r time, Kit .includes I
film, flash Second clam postage paid STARKE FLORIDA I
and batteries. at Starke, Florida.

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KO AK COLOR FILM KODAK B&W FILM In Subscription trade area: Rates$3.00 I per I

6-12..54 year; 12.75 six months. I I "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer" I I

CX126-12......... Outside trade area: $5.50 I

per year; $3.00 six months L ___ __ _______see eaeeeeSeeiiiiiii J

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LeaseApproval Council Airs CUBB Staff Explains Program To County Children's CommitteeCUBB's

Seen Rate StudyContinued community action Sage stressed the CUBB program Lendon VISTA volunteers work- The Children's Committee was'
program was explained by the Is designed to help people ing with CUBB; Mrs. Annette told of the advisory committee
[Continued From Page One M Bradford County Children's help themselves. It Is not a Hughes, Neighborhood Service !being formed by CUBB to Involve
[ From Pap On l r- Committee by CUBB Director giveway program, the director Center coordinator for the four the community In the

Keystone. Those voicing this people would be ,.getting: no Ronald Sage and members of said.Members CUBB counties; Mrs. Thelma CUBB program.
sentiment were Councilmen break whatsoever.. ibis staff Tuesday, April 1, at a of the CUBB staff Dixon, NSC director for the McLendon also] explained tho
Winans Cook and Fox They City fire insurance rates are luncheon meeting In the Garden participating in the program Bradford County, and Miss! 19OT Summer Head Start pro-
were vigorously opposed by lower as a result of having fire Restaurant. were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mc- Judy Laramie, sociologist. gram to the committee.
protection, City Attorney George .. --- ---,------ -- _. ------,
Airport Chairman Watkins. -w-w-ww -wiw-
The FAA officials spent several Pierce pointed out.
Councilman P. T. NoUn pointed -
bours Tuesday afternoon Inspecting
the 'airport; and its out that city resident get 1! I II
facilities! and reports to the fire and police protection and
group that the City of Key free garbage and trash pickup
stone :had done a good job of which he termed "civil services
maintenance. They made the for which they don't pay direct I I II

following: .suggestions for future ]ly." I e
improvements: Only source of revenue that eI
-Runways ,with seal coat doesn't show on the utility I I
need periodic sweeping. bill! Is property taxes, Nolin Sen. John !Mathews (right) and Clay Electric District 1 I 1lJ.rfattl',
-Shoulders of runways shouldbe !> said, adding he opposes raising Director Richard Murihee ride high over he scene at Co-oi annual
graded for drainage property taxes. meeting last Thursday. Their "sky 1If." is a bucket truck, 1 I II
Better marking of) airways. "Our Job is to operate the with a 50-foot reach used by Clay Electric In hot line mainUu.ance. .
-Improved hanger facilities.! city just DA!'! economically as I 1 1I
The officials suggested, recon- possible" Nolin .stated Ilo
ditioning the present .hanger and noted the city has operated two I You'll Lead The Easter Parade
the addition of individual T- years now on a sound; financial 3,800 Attend Meet By Se
hangers for private planes. Fox: basis and he thinks< it should I lecting From Our Fashions. EverythingHere's I II

said they also suggested ,that continue to do so with no chang/ I For Every Member of The 1
each pilot pay a monthly fee of Family .
$25 or $30 for storage of his es.It was< pointed out that a At Clay Electric I You'll Save Too! 1
plane which should amortizethe Tampa firm made a study of
cost of the improvements elfctilc rates in the city several 1 I II
over a ten year -period. years ago, but City Clerk Mer Thlrty-elgJit (hundred fried State Senate President John
Faulkner suggested obtainingthe rill Edwards< could not locateit chicken dinners were served at E. Mathews Jr., ,D-Jacksonville :I I II
advice of an engineer as to immediately.\ : the annual meeting of the Clay told the crowd packing the huge
whether the present hanger One person present City Sur- Electric Cooperative last Thursday tent to its 1,700 seat capacity I A Preview 01 Easter Morning As
should be rehabilitated or torn veyor Merrill Me\Tillnn, remembered March) 27, which saw Key- that' the 1969 Legislature to convene ,
down and replaced. when city rericlcnts stone Heights crowded to cap April 8 will hold the line
Asked if nnv other airports in got a 10 per cent reduction in acity. on taxes.
their an! 'i JiuntinK I'U'f, the FAA officials ,
paId by the 10th of the month ment standpoint and because it needs of the state during the
] replied no. Chairman Orie Wirs'Ins: < pointedout is opposed by the Florida next I,
discussed at year without additional .
Numerous I issues '
that city electric rates:: have League of Municipalities.No ,
taxes, the
senate president said.
regular and special '
previous remained! the sam for years< action was taken on I,
meetings of the City Councilin the only charge hrjncr when the Senate Bill 229 which has to do Mathews spoke of the modernization !;
regard to the Spoilsmen's; 10 cent reduction < taken becausethe state government in I t ,'
per \\ns : with thermal pollution "
Club lease were brought up for away: s!:''f1'01! years a o :and thepresent. council felt it knew too Florida will! be ;undergoing in j t '
discussion, along with questionsnot ]10 per cent!) utility I tax: little about the measuie. Utility 1969. He also praised those responsible 1 """-" :T .,
previouslY aired in public for : r
ar'lrlecI. Supt. Oscar Davis said the Flor- making the Clay t
Councilman: Roy Watkins, air
But the councilman! : felt that ida Utilities! Association opposesthe Co-op one of the most successful '
port committee chairman: expressed
: belief that there will be the clerk! should! obtain r.sliTVI bill and that it would affect rural electric cooperatives In I
nt"I raw a stiidv t w'lifh would Starke if the city ever grows the nation \\
no "giving back" to the! Government I I
comlJI": "tprkn!: ekcttiral! rr.t6s: enough to have to general elec- Commenting that the old state \
of Keystone Airport as
had: l been mentioned: at recent with cute' ;:: cf romi; ,1:-Joj, tricity with steam generators government "ihad termites in I t ,
council sessions Ho srild the In other action: -Supt. Davis! was instructedto it,' and was slow to respond to \
City is getting: and will get -Clerk Edwards swore in five contact the State Road De- changing conditions, the senator I I
a lot more: out of the airport men to serve on the city pen- partment about vines and bush. said Florida has now taken the I It II t
than some realize at the present sion .plan board of trustees. es growing over the sidewalk on lead to make its state govern- It
time. They are Mayor Carl Hurst Madison Street in front of the ment responsive. I I .;, S
Don Morgan, Sportsmen'sClub elected chairman; Blake Jack- home of Mrs. Bess Burns. The present legislature, Is the "
: president, assured pilots son, Councilman Tucker, Fire Discussed rerouting bilT hardest working one in history I t
that agreements made: in informal Chief' R, C, (Red) Bufoid, and trucks around the short turn at : .j L
and has been at work since last
I t
discussion,; prior to the city employee George Graudon.The the comer of Call and Walnut
November, Sen. Mathews said. > ..
March council meeting as he Council voted 3-0, with Streets at the old Florida Bank, I I I F a r \. I IL
He listed air and water polLution -
understood them, would be provided Williams! abstaining to oppose!' but took no action. Fa s
in the new lease House Bill 117 which would five Awarded gasoline bids! to consumer! protection, and I
Councilman James Cf'"ik's public employees the right to Gulf 011 Co, BIS low bidder Including education as three major pro I II
statement' : that the Spoistn.tn's collective bargaining. City Attorney ; stale taxes but not federal blems facing the lawmakers. I J ,
Club h'110t\ complied fully, George Pierce; recommended the price on regular gas During; the day-long meetingof I
nt all times, as they had held the council to oppose was .2019 cents per gallon and the co-op, which serves customers -
liability insurance only two works the measure from a managevolvrtl ,22130 cents per gallon for high In 21 counties in northeast I
:, bioiiuht\ forth statementsby test. Florida, the members at- CHRISTINE LEWIS
Morgan mul attorney Myron in such a political issue Postponed discussion of a tending a morning business session I I DOLLY SIMPSON MARGARET WILLIAMS 1
Picv.itt. Jr. tint: in conversa- Nolan Woodburn, president of five month finnncial: statement! had & chicken luncheon, LEFT Christine Lewis: Dress _
tions with agents ol the New the Keystone Aero Club, said submitted by Clerk Edwards at and then. heard reports and I Navy Blue with while polka Bobbie Brooks Midi Look Cotton
Hampshire Insurance Co., which 'that contained squabbling between the council's request until Mayat speeches. in the afteinoon. I white bow Shoes dots trimmed with white collar & large
had rancfllod\ a few weeks oldpohc the request! of CouncilmanNeil Life Stride low heel black
patent _
the pilots and sportsmen Miss Elaine Ixxvern, 1968 Miss Black Patent Orange pump Bag
told Peel Hat
in October they were
Tucker I Navy Blue
"i.s ridiculous The only objection Florida Rural EledBi'location, GlovesWhile pill box with veil & bows
by agents that two -Set :B-27 for Non
cumpnnv of April an open trimmed with white
j : the pilots is to the mesh
was introduced
rrmntllMtt had "plagued tl'lelrofflcc" (house at the city's!'! newly expanded by co-op man I .
of hlgf1 rifles)
use powered near CENTER
ager E. T. Martin. The Keystone Dolly Simpson
wjt'i sj much corresontnee : Dress
power plant at the request Bobbie
the he said!, and) this Breoks white 1
runways :
I style pique
_' \ that fie company\ decided of Utolities Supt. OscarSTARLING Heights resident, she is accentuated with bell coal
will be prohIbited in the and pleat. Shoes _
it did!: not wish to become in- ]lease. Danis.w : ,the daughter of Mr. Mrs RIchard black patent pump by Life Stride Bag Black : Medium heel 1
1 Lovern, spoke of her recent White circle base Pleated orange peel. Hat
w -
w w w -- - - wwwww- covered with a
,I trip to Atlantic City, New 1 trimmed in black & white stripes. whimsey veil. Gloves White nylon
Jersey, for the National Rural
I I Electric Annual Meeting and 1 RIGHT Margaret Williams: Dress I
I Alison
1 beauty pageant in which she Navy Blue A'line. Collar trimmed In white Ayers Bon Lin Fitted 1
(I Medium scroll Shoes _
was a participant. heel Navy Blue
pump by Life
I Miss Lovern said even though I Navy Blue straw with large Stride. Bag Navy Blue Leather Hat _
I FARM SUPPLY i pink rose Gloves Navy Blue
: she did not win the national Nylon I
I title, she feels she was still a
winner for the opportunities her I
EDDIE STARLING, OWNER present title bestowed upon her.

225 W. ANDREWS STREETFERTILIZER I I The 1SC8 Youth Tour winners.
Lynn Jordon and John McGrathof
: I Keystone Heights and Dane .
\: -- TJ
I Edwards of Palatka, were intro- :-

duced. Edwards spoke briefly
I on their trip to Washington D. 1

: 5-10-15 $46.00 TON \:, C. 1..I k j.
co-op trustees, T. ,

I 6-12-12 47.00 TON :i I I Diet Drake,. Dist.6,,District were 4, and re-elected 2; Claude Drew without Dukes Brandon -, 1 I !!: ; ::! 1 I

: 10-10-10 $49.00 TON :, opposition.cuinbenls. All three ore inI I 1-. _

I Objective of ,the coop) Is to ..I

Check Our Competition :I I I Martin lowest provide The told possible electric the crowd.cost service, Manager at the ;7'' L_ ..M I IjMARVIN

co-op had a good year
V VOB. __ _ w r __ __ JL wwwwww. Jw I in 1968 Asst. Manager Tommy t
Mllllcan said in his treasurer's
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,,: y .. 11 \ breasted (gold with
I I .. ... :; : green stripe) dacrcn & wool by lIardwi<,k. Pants Dacron & wool] I
Buffet green pants by Farah. Shirt White by Van Heusen. Tie &

e. 1.25 ,! 1 I.' I, green striped by by Bullington Superba. Gold Shoes Cups.- Brown loafer by Thorn McAn green Socks gold_

I I II I J \ l"tl t RIGHT Ray St"!1 Milan Straw hat b-v John B. Stetson. Sport Coat I

I II 1 Sht'HKS dacron & wool by Hart, Schaffner & Marx. Tie Navy with 1
I Slacks
Navy blue dacrc'n
1 cotton bY' Farah Shoes _
I I Black MC'C.' Toe by Florsheim


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6 Auto Auto Mechanics Wet Ground VFW To Elect Will You
Mishaps Students Enter New OfficersOn Please Help Me

Holds Woods
National ContestAuto April 9

Reported FHPSix Fires DownHeavy Become
By mechanic students fromschools' VFW Post 8058 will elect
across the country- post officers Wednesday night, I
automobile accidents have An Orange Park student Roger A Lawtey youth Lamar Johnson Including a team from the Bradford rainfall during; :March April 9, and all members are Bradford Roping
been reported in Bradford William Robinson, 21, received 16. was hospitalized March Union Area Vocational held down the number of woods urged to "attend this meeting." '
County by ,!the Florida Highway minor injuries March 23 at 24 after the 1964 Valiant he was Technical Center. are enterIng fires according; to the Florida Commander Julian McRae announced Club's First
Patrol since March 23. 4:35: p.m. when his 1908 Pontiac driving collided with a 1966 Dia- the 21st annual Plymouth Forest Service.Pour yesterday.
A Lake Butler man Albert and the racing car he was pull- mond-T tractor and trailer .7 Trouble Shooting Contest in fires were reported In Since the election of officers "Rodeo Queen"By
Jefferson Andrews, 21, was hospitalized Ing went out of control on US- miles south of Lawtey on US- the annual search for America'stop the past week March 24 through will be a special meeting the
: after losing control of 301 6.7 miles south of Starke. 301 at 7:43: a.m. young auto mechanics. April 1 at 8 a.m., with 37.2 Post will meet on April 9 and I
Ted Oglesby, director of the 23 this month McRae
his 19G5: Volkswagen 1.2 mUes The Valiant was traveling! : acres reported burned.
we.t; of Starke on SR-100 at Robinson! was charged with south on U3-301 when it skiddedon center here, said that all 21 Jack Trawick, county sanitarian -
students in Quincey Gardner'sauto Rainfall in March and Frank Williams.
1:30: a.m. (March 23. Andrewswas failure to have his vehicle un- wet pavement and slid 106 averaged
mechanics classes are elIgible 8.4 Inches Civil Defense purchasing your
nearly three times County Director,
charged by Trooper R. W. der control by FliP Trooper R. feet along the median stl'1P.then ,
for the school's trouble the have been at Rodeo tickets 'from -
speakers recent
50-year of 3.07 Inches
Pace with failure to have his W. Pace. The right wheelsof down the road for 34 more
vehicle under control. the Pontiac dropped off the feet before colliding with the shooting team. for March. meetings. Trawick reported ; me before April 16,.
Two auto mechanic students that officials and others
county I
The VW turned over several pavement and Robinson lost big! truck. Damage to the Valiant will be selected for the team There have been only 44 firesreported had done extensive research on 1969, and receive the
times and traveled 148 feat control the FHP stated. which had both sides through intra-class competitionto .since Jan. 1 this year the mosquito problem, but that I following reduced prices -
after leaving the pavement.In knocked in, was estimated by represent the center in competition and 187.9 acres. burned com the mosquito always seemedto : Adults $1.75, 9 1
A 1967 Volkswagen was a total Trooper Carson Turlington at at Florida A&M University pared to 104 fires and 654.2 adjust to poison sprays etc. Children .7:>! Call 961- 77 r1 1
the second of three mis- loss, with damages estimated $800. Damage to the front of Tallahassee, on April acres burned over the .same and continued to be one of the 5730 and place your, '
haps March 23, Curtis Odell at $1.200 after it turned the truck was estimated at $400. 18. period in 1968. greatest disease carriers as order. I will deliver !
Jones, 44, Starke was chargedwith over at 7:10: a.m. March 24 five Johnson was charged with The contest will consist of well as causing other problems. tickets by "pony .-- I Iexpress"
failure to yield the right- miles south of Starke on US-301. failure to have his vehicle under a written exam for each part- Rainfall during the past week your
of-way\ as he attempted to enter The driver, Hebron Hoke Self control. icipating student, counting 30%/ has been light however, com- Williams discussed the role r ik
SR-100A from Geiger Road. 37, Gainesville: was not Injured Two cars were damaged Saturday of the team's final score, ...Id pared to the past several weeks. of the Civil Defense director
Jones' 1904 Chevrolet collided: according to the report of FHP March 29, when they a mechanical test counting: TO;;e. Heaviest 1'Ilnfa11'a\ \ at Lawtey A.rtlaid) that each citizen
with a 19151 Ford driven by Trooper Carson Turlington.The collided 5.1 miles south of In the mechanical competition where the Louis Hill tower reported should be interested in the bus-
Frances Marion VanPelt 20. VW was traveling northon Starke on US-301 about 8 p.m., students will work on new an even Inch of water iness of civil defense CAROL DIGGS
Staiko Neither was< Injured. US-301 when It onto the according to the report of cars supplied by local Plymouth during the week.
Damage to the Ford was estimated east shoulder for 38 ran feet then Trooper Pace Both drivers escaped dealers who sponsor the event. WIIIIIIXNNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII moIIIIIIIININN1I1/IIIIIIIIININISIIIII' ,,, ,, ,.I/IIIIIIIIIN._.....h1.............._......._....."..".."-"",,111111111111.".........illlltllllMIMIIIIHIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIHMIIHHIIItlllllHHHI/ 11..111111111IININNI111111111X1/1MIMN/N111111MN1. .,..,.................."......".'.'..,'.."......."..".."]."......
at S400 and to the Chevrolet turned over and traveled an : Injury.A The winning team and its '1'/1""
at at $100. additional 20 feet. 1968 Chevrolet driven by instructor will earnan expense- It's simple Get out of thacommon, ,,':,\ I. 'rl
Eugene V. Chason 44, Hamptonwas paid trip to the;National; Trouble ordinary rnr and into OUismohile's. Cutlass S. ., -------.1" GM
attempting to enter the Shooting Finals June 16-18 at Right away you're traveling in a class ra' a, if} -
four laned highway from :a the famed "500" Speedway in where the styling trends are set. ', i
1968 Indianapolis, Ind. Contestants 1i .........c..er
collided with a
driveway. ICs (hero in economy, too. In a Rocket :' I
RDGMAfflGAT J truck will be competing for a toal 4
Chevrolet El ;350 V-8 that performs 1(1'l'l1t-.on regular ,,: _
Naz- of $123,000 worth of scholar-
by Cary -
driven .,
and Has. And in Oldi side handling andperformance '$r )
: worth 33 Starke which was ships .awards. '
leHsei cats/ just can't duplicate
GAINESVILLEWALL traveling north on US-301. Oglesbj said the purpose of .I'
driving the trouble shooting programis What it adds up to is. extra value/ ." -
charged with ,
Chason while was intoxicated. to recognize and honor out lint I / fin exceed. its l low priceSo 'rI-/,
standing auto mechanic studentsand ; if you'lllooking! for the most I'
to encourage them to seek exciting buy in Imvn this spiing. this hasH .ti,
Ir a rewarding career as automobile ot to he the cai Cutl.m S. Tiy one i f.J...
.r ( Area mechanics. on at your Olds, di-aler's. today. ; 1
Adds ...
We make look :..1.'ta
can you .
Bake Sale Set
3 ROOMS ANY SIZE IJ.- Speech: TherapyThe To Finance Trip big spender for just about 4"'7 "Ak:\\t ,

1. Gainesville Extended what you're spending now. :-a.;

LIVING ROOM 5 6 Care & !Nursing' Center, open- For HarbingersA

DINING ROOM ONLY 3 4 ed one year ago: has estab-
lished a Speech Therapy Cen- bake sale is planned this
HALLWAY ter as a part of Its servicesto Saturday, April 5, to raise funds

Living Room and Hall-Any Size .......... 19.95 Michelle patients Jensen and named a nationally Mrs to Dogwood finance Festival a trip for to The Atlanta Harbingers I

certified speech pathologist as local teenage singing
cleaning cost.
SAVE$20430-.v.n more in carpet
who won the talent con-
director. group
Whowveryeur room sizes our special price is the
test at the Bradford Countyfair
am..Our professional cleaning process remove ONLY 1 Mrs. Jensen holds Bachelor .
embedded gritty toil other toil that your vacuum of Arts degree In psychology The bake sale will begin at
cleaner done remove. Our men are trained professional from Pomona College In Cal- 1.0! a.m. in front of Stan's Boo-

methods.cleaners. Using the finest equipment & cleaning CLEANING MORE ifornia in, a speech Master pathology of Arts degree and- tery Walnut at Streets the corner of Call and 4 OJJffl)1) "IIIIIILJ{ _}

Any Additional Rm. Any Size $10.00 audiology from the State University

DAYS TILLEASTER of Iowa and is completing The group is busy raising '.-
372.0441 I
\ Phone
her requirements for a :
$400 to finance a fourdaytrip -
,... ,
Doctorate In speech pathologywith Ialnx.eWaaa/NViol """'
and their performance at the I r'j ;
the University of South- Festival April Ii-18. ,. I / Nrn
Dogwood \\j :
ern California Anyone wishing to donate toward ,/ _-- .-... .. --'-'-
OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. ... ..
the trip may contact :Mrs / ) 1 \
Mrs. Jensen Mill work with J. T. Prevatt, phone 964-7934. / _
ALL DAY SATURDAY both resident and out patients s \ -..

ftl; and will specialize in :Members of the singing: group ('.'.nit N11 s i (1101.>l< ."> tin,. .. i I---9i
therapy for stroke patients voice are Patty Hosier, Carol Hardy, Sli Hid>N,1t 1'laulxmold F.baN!:) .. .'/lmu.( | t'! ThinkuiKon!Ht"'M".r..m.. whiM IN n Spring fashion plate I D- L.P. -S,
BEDDING CARPET -DRAPERY CENTER uage patients problems, children's stuttering lang and Debra:Mark :Pre\att Milner Jimmy Greg Nichols Crosby: INN1111IIMIIIN,111IMNII..IIII,111X1,, , .."'INN111N11111I111,11,111I1111p,111,11111,1/IIIIXIIIIII.1III, for, ,,, nun, ,Mt, your: Old* ciitilir's":,"I":.",..".now.""""./"""./..""""..""....",..",',''111111/IIII, IIIIIN11/11111,11111IIIIINIIII/I,11111ININ1,11,1,111111111, , , ."1111111INIIII.,11IIIIIIIN1111N111II/111111111111.1111./NII, ,,, ,,- ,, "IM

.-2929 N.W. 131h...-St.-Gai".. ille Acr-ontrcm Howard Johnson other Individual problems. and Don lIard ..

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caoinet counter promptly.If --- .- --' -- -
; B. ... after about six years I beganto Easter Eggs Taste Better hatCIolted> .
< : are
eggs I' I'hargt f
VMAmi' MA'r'Xinf -
feel better. Now it Is fun to
6 difficult to Peel, they may be
plan my meals cook and eat If Cooked On Slow Heat too rre '. Eggs that will not '

them. I try to eat Just a reasonable peel elly! after being hard- Your I'reyrripfinn: | < / 'l.i*. IterottI a

amount and not be on) a N'ow's the time to color and artected by the heat. WheQ cooked sire generally freshlylaid are Kept) Thr Von H.I. I Irt r,
diet as I was so many years. decorate hard cooked eggs add> of high quality. If
cooked at
eggs are simmering
WjLura burgess Ao/n -- One thing If I have potatoes I for Easter, and eye appealcan termperatures below the boil stored for several days and Andrews Drugs

don't eat bread. Hat! be matched with taste ing point of water, the white then cooked> eggs will usually S
Wherein we welcome Spring. years appeal if Easily. For FnslProviding }'('Ih..r.Ijl': fllJ'.717' ( dCEI11s-
I have been baking cookies to care Is taken to cook will be firm but tender and the peel
The robins: arc here to nest and How sweeter than the songs of With the shell hard .
.send to my soldier boy home eggs properly. yolk smooth. Cooked at the on, --
isinB At dawn the doves coo seers | from Vietnam. He Is :now at Florida Agricultural Extension boiling point of water, the white cooked eggs will I keep for a -
and the happy days pass as a That tender offering of tears! Fort Knox, Ky. Here they are, poultry specialists, say becomes somewhat tough and week (0 10 days.. in the re

dream.At -Richard Burton Recipe! Iowa.CARMEL eggs should be hardcooked not the yolk, mealy. frigerator. Store them away
dawn she sought the Saviour Every day Jesus grows dearer COOKIES: 2 cups) hard boiled. The texture of U. S. Department of Agriculture from other foods. Eggs pick J------

slain, to me and I love Him and brown sugar, firmly; packed: 3 eggs cooked in the shell ispurse nutritionists recommend up off fUvors and odors (
To kj.-s: ,; the spot where he had long when I die to be with eggs: 1 tsp. vanilla, 1 cup oleo this method for hardcook- because of the thousands of } ;Ik I

lain Jesus in that beautiful place He about 2 sticks; 1 tsp baking ; I run the glue side ing eggs: Put eggs in a pan pores tA the sMIle
And weep warm tears, like has prepared. My love has been soda; Itsp. baking powder. 4 across my hair. They do not and cover them completely with When dying eggs/ keep the
spring-time; rain. .so strong since I visited the cups sifted flower. Mix well stick together. That is :If you cold water. Bring the waterto temperature of the dye higher .r/91/cY( ri'llItf')
When, lo, there stood unstainedof Holy Land in 1963. On Palm and place by spoonfuls on a do not have too much half simmering and simmer 20 than that of the eggs to pre- C

death. Sunday I was in the garden of greased baking sheet. I added spray.It to 25 minutes. Do not let vent tiife eggs from absorbingthe I
A man that spoke with low the Tomb, where Jesus was chocolate chips! Is I mixed. will soon be Easter and a the water boll. Plunge the dye I'"' r"iJf / /

sweet breathe: laid after the Cruclflctlon. I Next time I will add nuts too. glad time of the year. May eachof cooked eggs at once into cold ,./ J/f/ ([ rJJ/fei

And "Master: Mary answereth. walked up the long street where Bake at 330:> to 400 degress you have a Happy, glorious running water and leave until
From out the far and fragrant Jesus carried the cross and Easter. I recall Easter 1946. I cold.
minutes They
about 10 or 12 the finest in professional nursing care for
fell. Then they made Simon, a turn brown and are nice and spent at the home of Ted and The green discoloration that
colored man, carry the cross crisp and good when cold. Charley Johns. They were so sometimes appears between the Q1 CEoJI i r convalescent, geriatric, chronically ill, long-term and

for Jesus, up the hill to Cal Helpful Hints! : I often boll good to the Clay Hill schoolteacher white and the yolk of a hard- :.' post-hospital patients. Inquiries and visits invited.
FLORIDATHEATRE cooked results from
vary. There he was crucified. small potatoes with the skinson. Such a lovely card this egg a -"J'I.:'" .. "'\ I
At the foot of the hill in this; week for chemical reaction between sulfur .
I found if you peel a ring Easter from Mrs. in the white and iron in '" I 1\1 Certified for V'riicare/ patients.
garden Is tomb carved of Marie Brinson, fI
a out around the middle! of the potato widow of Dr. the )) This discolorationis
.istone. The stone its still there, Brinson at Baldwin yolk.
the skins will come oft easily. makes
outside on which the angel sat life so happy for harmless, but unattractive "Ar overweight conditionis .000() bOyHWEb'' 'lENfH : a ,AlNrSVIlLF fLORlUA[ "t6GE.EPNUNE :
I am told that when buy me.
To help prevent the probler caused when lead '
to tell the women Jesus was God bless you you a Ak-- It I '< 4'6 ?'l 16.
stamps, especially on a rainyday everyone.
cook eggs at low temperature, hand SHOWTIME:: alive and had risen. Then Jesus LOVE, LURA. ,.
before putting them in my avoid overcooking and cool eggs refrigerator." I --
Weekdays; 7 P. M. appeared) to Mary. When you -
.see these places and feel His !
3 P. M.
presence, Jesus forever is real COUNTRY MUSIC CONCERTS
Saturday 1 P. M. and I love Him. What a wonderful Quantity Rlht> Me at e acue any i I

Fill. SAT. APRIL 4 5 feeling of happiness.Now .1 (? I
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here it is Spring. Of r \ / i n.I 1, t l 1, iI
Double! still have
Feature Program.THE course we some snow J
and strong March wind, but J p FOOD FAIR, STORES
6 rr'r rnirvr \ itl 1 Uf(ill)
somehow I love the 1, ...
wind. Out
Ili| M l< I '\ IV I II. |r i Ii I-
.l in Nebraska we used to have i. pee LiBE !i f DM I It I 1 nrmj.
Mf Rl f HAGGARD & The Bna- gas
those eternal west winds, and 1 ? e. w BONNIE 0ENS
learned to love it. It speaks to is QiS'1 HANK WLLIAM5' JR. &
me of Holy Things. There is in The Cheating Heart
C I' the Psalms words like these SURE TO CHECK OUR FABULOUS T it te'" an Faf ly Srmley Ra/
: ( rG May 10, 1969-7 00 PM & 9;30 PMMoi
THE LIGHTBRIGADE God maketh the clouds his w + Auditor.um.Ft.Loudordole
chariot I jut. Mo <", 1969-7-00; PM & 9.30: PM
3:00 PM 8.E
And rldeth on the wings of the Ji.it 1, 1969-Motmee. :
00 PM Beach
it ig 8: Mom:
ATONYMCHARDSONFILM 1 So when the wind sings a-

safe round and the happy house I that somehow God Is feel in M11IL1IWxxLzxxi MEN'S PERMA PRESS MEN'SORLON BOYS' PRINTED

hIs chariot
riding high and

I am getting over the weak. SPORT SHIRTS ,, .1 NAT'LLY. SOLD AT I.7S /
ness that the Hong Kong Flu F* You'll I recognize the Famous Long legs, long sleeves
left me with. I have washed VALUES TO 2.W. Shert *. 1'i( / Jy W* Rib knit cotton briefs fo' futt comfort, rtl Style & Luxurious Quality. ., Elastic waist Machine
4r i two rooms fit curtains and the S IUI* tsrlM*. $!" S-M-L. (, -tS> \ Machine washable white only. S-M-k. Stretch. In popular colors A style* 7t1 b washable Sizes 4 to 16.

days were so sunny and they ( 'y Sizes 10 to 13. FAMOUS NAME. YOU SAVE 33a
Y e
.soon dried on the line. I tied R r Fine combed cotton. Machine washable. uD
my pup outside and I heard the 1 White only. Sizei S-M-L.

bees humming on the red bloomof
the maple tree. I felt *
I so \ YOU SAVE 52
good < '---,, \a$
This morning I was up) about [\

4 a.m. Hal I go to bed at 8. V ?

Here with my puppy I get so MEN'S LEATHER
-* J I Ir' PRESTOHE 11ii3i>
.leopy< Orphic: my ptippv, goes 1:-.-_- 1 WRE "
to sleep so early so I watch : w.c..!)<
TV. I take a bath every evening (
as the cloc! strikes .seven. PERMA P
I put on my nightgown, then Rich rardovan celor. .;..." qT AO \ Shines as It cleans, t/ S'f Q
Sixes to 12
when I am so sleepy at 8 o' M -0 Easiest wipe-off 1 1I SHIFT GOWNS

monkeesare clock I nv.! "Orphic let's go to J
'I j- I YOU SAVE !52a *
bed," and race him to the bed GIRLS' .Pint 72))

here! room His bed is in the cornerof 1 44 i Dacron and cotton
my bedroom. I have already 9
locked the / PERMA PRESS Eyelet and lace
doors and wound the / \
r Lovely pastel
little alarm clock. Soon I am / colors
fast asleep I say a prayer as I 1 DRESSES
climb in bed. I used to kneel,

TECH ICOLORA CSITN. but after I got Orphie he wanted LEATHER t 1 FROM A FAMOUS MAKER y

to bite my heels. Some day $ nsntior I will kneel to pray before I HI TOP I WORK I SHOES' ii Acst styles & fashions

get in bed. // ; flattering colors & prints -o -
7 .
Ta* le >her uppers. Mack el .. \ 0ICGER VALUES' '
., ;MON., TUES. I drove into New Castle to Sizes 713 '
the beauty shop this morning.I 3-AX 7-14
APKIL 6.. 7, A have my hair washed and -
combed up pretty. I do not \ I ,

wear 1hat to church I wear a 2 54 : t GENERAL ELECTRIC

Ni lace mantilla for the wind Is '
to I usually blowing. Then I take it 1' '
N off when I get inside. Now my ELECTRIC PERCOLATOR
hair is pretty. I can leave my 2'l _
pup here alone In the house. MEN'S SANFORIZED' '

1NEI He does not chew my curtainsor : .* Makes to 7 cups
I SK 0 destroy anything. He is q V WORK I PANTS y ;}S of coffee.
0000 0 really a nice dog and we are > Stops perking when

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r hpr4,9a sl ?ihnlht [ pie for Sunday dinner. It is f Sturdy twill. Sim 29-ttJI Bonded Arnel, Jersey, Bonded Acetate / I Keeps coffee at

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Nine BHS Win Tri-Meet Golfers i iI iI I Harold Bishop Wins

Lose? 3 MoreHits I,
Topping Lake City and Green I'I'l '

that refused to fall in David Lasslter did a good job Cove Springs by three strokes I'I
and costly errors paved the replacing Smith behind the week before last, Tornado !golfers I Strawberry Invitational
way to three more losses( and a plate, Coach McKinney eaid. recorded their second win r
lost week for Tornado baseballers. The catcher blocked the plate of the season against six losses. ,l. -

Coach Dewey McKinney and put out one Yellow Jacket Mike r shot a 39, Dale I I Shooting 71-74 Harold Bishop John Watson of Kingsley Pro Bob Fanin Rounding out Herres also had a four-way
said Tuesday.On trying to stretch a triple Into a Fogg Mike Mitchell 44, and I won the Third Annual Strawberry Lake and also a member of the Starke foursome were Dr. tie for low pro honors at 71 and
top of the three Florida home run Gene Melvin had two Johns 40. to win the til- a I Invitational Golf Tourna- the Starke club came through II. H. Adams, Carl Lamar tied Ed Synal for prohonorswith I
David McRae 46
Star Conference defeats was outstanding catches in center- ment at the Starke Golf andCountry with a 149 for the two day to Johns, and Harold Seymour. a 69 best ball score.
piled the loss for the season of field and also drew praise from meet. : 1 Club Sunday by two win the Championship B Flight.
BHS golfers had a. total score __ I
Coach McKinney.
catcher Robbie The strokes Clyde Terwlllegar.
Smith 220- over
E Bill Epps of Starke won the ;
D nlHall, Melvin and of 171 Lake City 174, and Green
pound senior's high school base.
;1 second flight In a toss of a coin
ball ended Smith each had two hits in the Cove 204.Senior Bishop and Terwillegar! both
career was Saturdayby
with Merrill of Palatka
w Ray
a foul tip that broke his ring Lake City game Larry Tanner Bill Adams Is the lead- { Starke residents and hot con- who won the tournament
finger. pitched one inning In relief Ing BHS golfer to date with a testants in every tourney here, :
last Both had161's.
against Lake City fanning two 6-2 Individual record, accordingto :: champion year.
1 played tight games to bring the ,
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Smith had been a bright spotIn batters and setting the side Coach Jack McCasktll. invitation title home. Bishopwas
the lagging Tornado attack.He down in order. 1. ", runner-up In the tourney Steve Denmark shot a 168 for : -t a
had three hits in his last The coach also praised the last year. second place in the fourth L

four: trips at the plate. His bat The Tornadoes travel to today Lake play of David McRac in the .. '0.. .. ..... ..'" ...... .,.__.. ..' Terwlllegar. with a 74, was flight David Silcox at 165 and
was just coming alive Coach City for a 3:45: game :his father Vernon Silcox, witha
McKinney said. (Thursday April 3.) Next Tues- trl-meet. Harold 13k19hcrp three strokes off Bishop's lead 167 took first and third ,,
Palatka slammed 10 hits and day, April 8, they host Holies pace Saturday and two \strokes' places, respectively In the 1] y ;jy.m
tipped the Tornadoes 9-1 last at 7:30: behind Eddie Pierce of Palatka fifth night. ,
The BHS nine got p.m.Palatka who carded a 72. Pierce fell off vr
Friday night. Trackmen David
Battle/ McRae, a Bradford
only three 'hits and committed Hall, rf 300 to a 78 Sunday but Terwlllegar High School golfer who pro a
Hewitt, 300 picked up one stroke on Bishop ,
three errors. The three singles ss Herb Herres Is developing intoa
Smith, If 200 with a 73 and bettered his per-
were by J, S. Waters Gene fine
performer placed second
Melvin, and Smith. Waters, If, 110 But Lose formance by one stroke.
6963Battling :In the ninth nIght doAr f
Brown p 200 But it wasn't enough as the WN1tva
The Tornadoes out hit Lake Graudons, p 100 hot shooting Florida State Uni- In the Pro-Am Tournament + fL'' { TaeLr
City 7-6 but lost the game 8-3 Melvin cf 310 Palatka to the wirein 8:59.3 Saturday S1khoL1Kh\ It did versity student continued to Friday, March 28, the team of ...nrwra isL.. wr s.Lr
Saturday A fantastic catch of Tally 3b 200 a Florida Star Conference not place in the feUys. The play tight golf Sunday to win. Starke Pro Herb Herres placed rNatiomvide'.s now Outboard :Motorboat:\ Policy can
a Mark Graudons drive in the Lasslter: 3b 100 track meet here Tuesday, Tor- old school record was\ set In lie is the son of Air. and Mrs. .second in a two-way tie with of I
second inning: robbed the Tor- n. Smith c 210 nado runners ended up with a 1968 at 9:01.: H, A, Bishop Jr. the Lakeland team headed by protect the pleasures: boatingand your boat I
nadoes of two RBl's. The Tor- Riher'd, 2b 300 69-63 defeat. The Tornadoes WU be participating j investment, as: well. You\ jjc'l full protection against i
nadoes committed six errors. Temple, Ib 200 Ronnie Griggs led the Bradford in the Ve Invitation 7 1/4; 3) Brinson, P, 18-6 1/2.] Mile Run1) Barnard, P, physical lofor: your boat, motor, trailer and accessories I:
The '\101 n.\Ioe.s! loaded the totals 25 3 0 High challenge with firstsIn al in Jacksonville beginning! at 12-Yd. High Hurdles-DSmlth.) 4:56.7: ; 2) Johns, P, 5:00.4: ; : incliidiiifj- such items as water skis: surfboard -
bases in the fourth but left Lake City 18-yard low hurdles and pole 4 p.m. today (Tfy.tr day April BUS 16.7; 2)Grifigs) BIIS, 17- 3)Frick) BUS, 5:03.2. and tow rope. This< great new policy protects!
them full. Hall ]If 4 2 0Eaxt vault, seconds In the long jump :3X Next; : Tuesday; April 8, 3; 3); Jones, 1', 18.1 800- Yd. Relay1)) Palatka, you against practically any hazard you can think
and high hurdles, and a third they will host eke Butler in 1:36.8: ; 2)) 1IS. '
of at low For full details will
( 100 Yd. Dash-I 1) Stephens, 400 YD. DashDFoster] P, truly cost.; it pay
In the 220-yard dash. what Coach
place Geordp Uoper expects ...
BIIS 10.7 2)Slade DHS
: 10.8 to see -
55.0 2) Reddish: BUS 55:4 : you
'- Hugh Stephens garnered 111/4 to be a toug1'"i"" match.\ The 3) Walker, P, 10.9.Men's ; ;
3)Belchner) P. 56.5.
coach says that //heet should 7
? '. points for the local runners
v definitely be the )>v st one Tor- 180 Yd. L.H.- DCrlggs.BIIS.)
the (
.. .. by winning long jump and
'!( .. 100-yard dash and was a member nado runners will tie jf under the Softball 22.1; 2) Smith, BIIS, 22.4; 3)) BILL POWELL
: of the second 880- new lights here Guthrie, P. 22.7. '.
.K' Bf./liYE/JA 5 I yard relay team. place Statistic, League Meeting 800-Yd. RunI I) Bryant, Plume 961-GI!) I

\\\cl\\ i Griggs vaulted 11-6. lie and Shot IJ\f) %d) r, P, 40- 2:11.7; 2)) Patz, BIIS, 2:13.4: ; -101' \\'. .Madison; ; St.StarKe .
,. / \ly ......J > put The lOfi(;! :Men's Softball 3) Lowry, BUS, 2149. 7 1 1
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}, ''' J Scottie Smith swept the first 1 1/2; 2)) Hart ?. 39-9; 3)) Lragun will open its league< i, 1'la. ,
. .. I to places In the low hurdlesIn Guy, P, 38-9 1/2. schedule Spring Medley Relay- DBMS
.'- 22.1 and 22.4, respective Discus-I 1)) KyruYd, P, 120-0; Tuesday night April 2:08.0: (Turner,Stephens, Slade,
E .... ''. '" at the In 2) Carter, P, loM; 3)Custcad, 22.All Trawick); 2)Palatka) 2:11.4.:
.. Stephens won century
., _- ...;.;> .,,, 1 teams! who plan to participate !- NATIONWIDEMMMtANC
.... -u'..-......-" r: 10.7 and broad jumped 1892.] P, 99-9. 200-Yd. Koberts.P.
Vault1)) PI IS In this year's league 24.3 2)Bennett) BUS 24.4 3)Grlggs ) ( *
Scottie Smith established his Pole riggs, ; ;
FUNNY GARS !I !I best time a 15.8, In the high 11-6; 2)) Walker* T, 11-0; 3)) must be registered with the BIIS, 24.6.
Recreation Dept. no later than 1)I
hurdles Saturday at the Flo- White, P, 10-6. Two Mile Run- EvansP,
NORTHCRN I LADY SOUTHERN GEW1 -E J rida relays, although he did High Jump l> Roberts P. Tuesday, April 15 1101,0; ; 2) Motes, P, 1104.8; ; Nationwide Mutual (Fire Insurance ('0.
pUS:: 3)) The next meeting of the SXJonns) P .
not place. 5-4; 2)) Lowry, \[ 5-2; 1106.0.Mile ; Nationwide Life Insurance:; Co.
DELLA WOODS VSl ED BURNETT"FUNNIY league will be held at the Recreation DBMS
The BUS two mile relay team Smith, BHS, 5-0. Relay- 3:46,8Trawick : Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.
HONEYUTH COMMANDMENT I of Ricky Wick, Kay Lowry, Long Jump- \eJ/1ens;/ BHS, Dept Office, Tuesday. ( Lowry, Patz, Reddish Home Office: Columbus, Ohio
April 15, at 7:30: p.m. ,) 2)Palatka) 3:47.2.
Alan Pats and Buddy Trawickset 18-9 1/4; 2)) Gra, BUS, 18- ; :
BEST Z OUT OF 3 a new school record of -
$ < -
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UNDER hE\ l iGHTS! SAT. NIGHT! Melvin R. Smith, d, e 2 4 2 2 2 1 "

Lassiter, e 0 0 0
APRIL 5 8:30: RM. GrnmJons, p 2 1 0Tanl1f'1'
p 1 0 0
Brown, p 1 0 0

Plus Round Robin Skock Eliminator; ; !Waters M, Smith, 1'f, rf 1 2 0 0 0 0

Plus) Full ET. Program) Comp EI01.; Tally Riherd, 3b, 2b 3 3 0 0 0 0 s

Temple, Ib 2 0 0
Stock and Street
Super hIewitt ss ',3 0 0
totals 26!i 7 :3St

Get 5P.M. Time trials until 8. Augustine
o open Hall, If :3 0 0

f fjaces' start at: 8:30: RM.miloi Melvin, of 3 0 R

3'h. N. of Gaint.. villa Airport; onSR2E5 Water Grandons, rt, p 2 3 0 0 0 0

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Hewitt SS 3 0 0 Tf '"

fqA\ }&'illIEGSfAu Temple Lasslter, Ib c 2 3 0 0 0 0( -sw jprfTfti SM > $!

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6 II 6 I I WITNESS!' my hnml ami the J )''t J 'hn.H. XJfnmnrlc Trimt" Clerk Of The Circuit Court
ner -- went through their paces. proximately 25 people from the aunt of Bald Court on Mulch 20, II ,,.; r. /If\, < Vll! pf John H.ft n"n.r.I'l.o.c. In The Cfrpult Court Of *TkeElRhth lor. By Virginia F. Darby
"lrregand and Clrcelll
SENIOR ;; : / pOnOTUY Juillrlnl Deputy Clerk
The snake charmer was Deb- Hampton area Training con- 1909.(BfJNM: \ I \ ,Il lbJ1-I'r1t!:! p..n"onts, Ida In And Fur Ilrndfurd Ceontr. :KUlP, FI. Sanders
HAMPTON bie Parmenter and tightrope sisted of reading city maps CHArt;ri: A. DAnny I f. ;f:-Omll(!m: Q5' FtrrtT Vlorlila 142 west Cell street
1 'lOIli(1A 1,. 1>JrAnK.: In HC: Petition of DESS1BPIXWEU9 !! .' Florida"
instruction A. rirlc of Rnld Court M fltarke. "
and the CITIZENSThe
walkers Wanda Simmons on preven- Ijrilnn B.FLOWEI .
were Kay rii-ulnh M Moody 1 t OJ l'le 10"'", !' and ROSA Attorney for Petitioners
By Mrs. 1>. E. Rill Harvey Rhoden and Lori tion and control of fires. Aft Ty Dc-mitv Clerk \l Il >PS nlil"U\\ : pKNMAnK.: In- S. Mn NOTICE wlfo. '-13 it t-t
Stone. At the meeting tonight(Thurs- r. r. 6 :Flrct Publicallon\ April 3.3 "R'I, It I smkly, And' n' Rtrrutor; and )
I \t\lil\: \ untr/> win) of John 1(. TO: LEOZin PKRRT. BrtdrpB
i j-jj-jj-jjj-fjt-f jM Jf Mrf < 4t
Clowns were Johnny May day) at 7:30: discussion will Senior Citizens Club will ,,-,-- Jt nyM I"h.\ wife Kllza-' unknown, ARNUZA FRAZIERPKHIIY.
STUDENTS: STAR Scott be centered around extinguishing BEILVICDt'OMMIMSION I I\ {' 'Arn'. f10/l< / Venrtln nddrcBs unknown. \
Davis Bubby Mitchell PI'OLIO /
hold a White Elephant Sale on FLORln.\ i{!% l("" .laetlrnn'111n, Florida.' You are notified, that the
CIRCUS: ACTSIt Ernie Collingwood and Ray Co fires. Three films will Tuesday, April 8, at the Pratt : to! !! : ''II t Q1in.; ;(rr'lrY: N, PKNMATJK, tot bove- named. PPtltlonern. DE!!.. STARKE
was circus time at Hampton oper. Bill Rhoden and Mich- be shown and a pilot of a As In TUP APPLICANTS: HEREIN '!If\/\'\\\I ly- "tirt. nIl Kxoctitor and RIB FLOWERS and ROSA B.PL
St. Recreation Center. I > of jnhn }I.M OWKRS: his wife, have filed
Elementary School on Wednesday ael Younker were awn"loer's fire fighter plan will describehis funds collected Ana I ; ,.. Torn..t.,1M : a Petition> In the ahovo styled
the TI'UEI'I'EDU'I'II'1i hIlr'ftirttnV1tART
afternoon last week 'dTirnmY Saxon"we\-\ part in combating fires. past years ALL OTIIP.II.',\ E / :: 1512 Ellst Court cor-IIJhllm adoption of the

when kindergarten and first .l0yti e. 1 1Ir.n. The public is invited to this from this sale in conjunctionwith Notice: I I. hereby given that I ttlbrke A'riY, to'If'\rld"\ gI"'TTOF.N'JTn, minor : rommnnded In that Petition to-
won Tf. and you aro
grade entertained students and Six bareback riders Tammy very important meeting. the $25 prize money County the. Kluilda UoinmldNlun Public tiortlLS: Memberni'l'iilnlcil Com1..I..n. I jnx 11264 I Chariot to 9. be and apponr In that Court on DIRECTORYAUTO '

parents with a hilarious var- Gall Baldre, Kelly Slade Pam Softball season opens this by our members at the n by n'rddewnated1by'I. \\ttli.A I rnrnllne\ \ cause 30. the9Petitinno should nhow
Are NntlrlpeT why
and white lierety thnt
iety of circus acts. month and the team has been Fair for blue red ': I .
Cuffle, Cindy Rhoden Debbie 01 an \, u hold nib1U IIIY, hatiAn In ",llpt till" to the not beluAgment granted; otherwise
Ringmaster was Mark Jones practicing in ribbons will be used for the tialil COIIInl."lun ? MAtr In Bradfordof be enteredagainst
Coltrane and Barbara Pearsall regularly to get lii'Hilniis on tin following '! I : brenarty may SERVICE
and seven elephants -- Char- exhibited their training. Jug- shape. An interesting seasonis purchase of Gold Cards from iiiiitti'iH" nt the time. and places I"I '";.I"'I f h?lnrld5tNorfhrnst! yv ;you granting the adoption

lie Baker John Meng, Chris glers were Jessie Brewster in propsect so come out the National Council of Senior I Ind mild, bfluw: AlaI! 22, 1909 r'1l.iViV".t! f'of 'ectl"n R, WITNESS my hand and the

:Meng Eddie Saxon, :Mike:Meng Robert May and Pam Melton. and support the team at all Citizens, our parent body and A 10ui ultinnl: ( AM Tues.1Iull Hobert Tilley and Brady FaulK- Bears will also help pay for our Annual North Trmnlo Aentu.Starko, I/I. Cmintv.
tamed for the occasionby games. 11\0'11\ tiled mrxlnnt you and 6th dav of March. 19G9.

their trainer Charles Baker, Dinner. We are very grate- KI"in."ri'laNI'::8H: AJI:; CST Thorn' Apr 24, i'I\\P ,I iA I\\dr Yurttwrutrn' nerve n (SEAL UARBTMATTHEWS Standard OU Service Station
\ (lofpnuoiinn CHARLES _
were Johnny Williamson, Ken- PERSONALS ful to George Kopelousos of the luau c'omiiilHHliincrs'. Koom.: Uunltay llul-. ,'MI; 'I1'! t o It I n. Co.lnaton. ATLAS
JacksonvilleBusiness' ny Clark Jerry Wads worth, and Friends will regret to learn Garden Restaurant who sponsored men County Couithonxo j\\/ f f'\.ih"\, "Hnl'l'1" for nlnlnilff. TIRES it BATTERIES
Kevin Williamson. Glenda that the father of Mrs. Frank Senior Citizens' FlorKlnIXiCKUT 09141-TP l ..." : 0, IT V inii n. Budget Terms Road Service
Bat- our uppllontlan NO. nf KlurlriaStntt \'" rw''illtd,.lrlOntn1, nn.l fit" the :@:::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.: PHONE 964-7071
ten was the fat lady and more Clark of Hampton Lake died booth. On the)> Cumimny for ''II 1/11\,, \ cleric of

clowns who performed were last Friday in Waycross Ga. Ribbon winners were Mary upprovnl' Tfliiihime of H general I and ttyu- I 11)1 i\)UlvtI\ \ / /,\,)V1 1949 At rnbrt. / on or boforoA. f$ I 407 N. Temple SUrkeHURST'S

Donna Gail Hall, Timmy Keys, Mrs. Clark of Hampton Lake and \ tha rntca /: ::
Allen-blue; Al NIcols-blue anlnllhnraeacturAlocal exihttnRotfliphono \: T,"nny ::::
Greg Mov\ry, and Danny Kin- had gone to be with him earl- red; Jane Driscoll-blue; Joe / service furnlxliPilthxiiigh f A rlerllnf' ( "M, CourtM. Well

naird. Dangerous cats were ier in the week, during his Kerl'lganblue and red; Flos < their oxchanK' rut AN, "; f(1U1Rk( M. Moody Deputy 11 Drilling |}1

Larry Stone, Duane Sear I e, final illness. sie Prescott red and white; ford. Itonlfav: ,, nrniul Cottonilnlo llltlao, y1\/ 3.21 4t 4-17 SHELL
Tommy Bradley, Carrole Mc- Rev. and Mrs. Hamel and Johnson-white and Alma \Sneailn'veslvlliC.Inlnnc'llgl'IIve; liiach, KantiiKomi -| Melrose Fla. :8::;

Directory Clellan and :Mike Raley. Mrs. Robert Krenack and dau- Lilly ; Et'eoh Ijnwtfjr Klns"ly I If % ) ".,,.IIt.. fnrt Houghwhite.Mary Starke,
Lake, and (n!II enrd riorliln." Inn
Mrs.: Sherry Norman and Mrs. ghters made a trip to Miami ,Ft.f
Allen did a great Job of) The aDiillciitlun Inthidcd pripom \, heir' 'fill 1 i Myers Pumps ii%#1 Oils Lubrication
Anne Warne are the first grade Thursday last week return- .cl '"'''''' In monthlyrates YI; Y\\ : ):.,frtt n of 8ADTI3 O. -
\uf o Sales and Service and kindergarten teachers. ing Mrs. Krenack home after attending our booth at all the andlrrl' urge. for loi.nl evulmnffe In- V ''I:' rTA rnrnn, ..rd :: SERVICE :Ig:f monarch Tires & Vattcrlcs
night time sessions at the Fair uirxlco! and InrioitHiH' \\f.-A'o!' {trll ern' (-nrDTTnns
EASTER EGG HUNT her visit. Mr. Krenack, of Key other nilHtfllanuotm, rpcuiiliig\ l)1. r/4l/ 4rw if t1i K::"tnt" of .i:1: and REPAIRS i 1 ROAD SER'ICI30J ; :
Parrish Motors with the able assistance of Jun. and, non-I''lInlng ihnrtfGH rd;\ '1''irl(' .TOfl'nT, rtor"no.rl, and 100 Starke
West, was to meet her and the lor citizen, Buddy McRae who The applicant] call nntea that 1 OA1,V "hMabv tltltt"1, ( and r..ntilr.clvlrnx ;:$:::::::::::::::::::::::),:::::::::::::::::J::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Beginner and nursery classes children In Miami. chauffer. the IropuNrd) revisoil rates and (iI! \\1//ti file\ ,nnv, or domnncl
Mary's In.cr'nlf" -
of f Hampton Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hill of acted as churnua nlll !piodiuc a net //j'l'' rh (hay "". nv have aprnln"
!SALESSERVICE Church It was reported by Mary Allen of $153,717.00: In KronaoixintlnMr i) ,,y.. AnSt' .. |III tl'" office of tho
: enjoyed an Easter egg hunt Holly Mich., and Mrs. Hill'sparents ] revenues on an annual \\ ," .1"'fI1lQ' | nf nradfrrdCoonJ't -
this Thursday afternoon at 3 of Fenton Mich., who Is our representatlvoID uxN and an Inrrraao In annual ]M/ifldD/\ In the r'i'>nriliott'!OS. ,t SAVEA
PARTS t CUBB that $39.61 was collected net opbnttlns" Incoinu vl 310511.0' .- ,''lij 1 Urj1"1"1\ rI 1\, within Nix
o'clock and Fri-
at the home of visited here Thursday ,
Mrs. :; ( '). Awr f Charles Hicks. Teachers in day last week with the Don ] by the rummage sale on I'umunnt to the l'r"'I.lon or I 11'1v': /f llref!( J""hll"nllf'ln of thl*
[Hill Saturday, March 29 We think Chapter 07-126, I.n\v of Kloi lili ''II" "'>' f;"ftrlncn\ or demand
Always I Cars were 1
Hicks Mrs. thlx inniei'dlnnth ,I/I ,p/i./ If ivrldhcr and must, Fist Full Of
921 In.irn St. J'li. 3"5651 Lester Made, :Mrs Don Hill Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lynn that was a good' showing according <. Conntlxaloncon.IdcrutI will also Blvu l/lJ};r' \ p"..'"lrrt's ol..theclalm-
otherthlaifR r.PCC
and Mrs.Mlliam Carter. Hall were Mr. and Mrs. R. O. to the time allotted in ion, among, mifflclcni'V 'Y.'i\' ''i\ iL ", i
sale. to the rYflilemy ''II"f Hii< mH, J'_ Copeland of Valdosta Ga.; Mrs. organizing that and adfiuHi of tho xt''n/inlt." nl' agent or h'IW.V. '' &.
CITY New members at our last anil 9t'1.'It'rsl.t'nrlcl'cd I That Green Stuff
n vi'''THIr MOTORS :NEWS Bernice Lenard Mrs. Cassie f.irllltli-H provided the \\ h| nlH become void
: The City Clerk of Hamptonwill Glrley Mrs. Carrie Marrell meeting were Mrs. Bailey Mrs. inof atichthoserviceato the ; I1It !1 ""!. ,,
accept bids on mowing until Mr and Mrs. Bernie Lanaire L. H. Futch, and a visitor from MI public, und the abllltv of the pi f.1i'tl'.T'I1, J anlt. SCTrTiTd(1 : T. n' A!- ATNasworthy's

PEAVY Brothers April 15. For area to be and Franlcs Laneir, and Miss Canada. Mrs Chris Logan, Alex \ii.aplilkant I:!< and' facilities to lmpro\e, and snob In that tur- /'"l ,\, fn/nr l f1. Mr'lTtttT1'"' the!, deceased.r-tnt" of
rf/, I &
mowed contact one of the Joe Glrley, a cousin all of Morgan's sister. comiOLtlon will hear KCI'\.lro. "! 4 A..."a\/fn VS1i1' !! 'vr" ?
Electric Co. councilmen.Last the supplementary that may be preKOiiud I b, lt f.: !' TA\V
Jacksonville. In reference to L'''nni1nlnl and the NI f6 A t:;
1 by Duobi'rlbc-rs "t ('hll Street'
week's Hampton Area Visiting friends in Hampton health Insurance offered ., i) I r.yt". ....lnrld1
Kloof ric :Motors( Volunteer\ Fire Department Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.Mar by the National Senior Citizens pnMIcppllrnnt.\ alan seekS romullnncavllh to hn re- 1'\' f .no'" iefn* A"I\1'nl"lrntn.' L StS &.

I meeting was attended tin Mosher and Milton Mosher column llid from. further f I Id"IJJ!\ > ." / !mn: Marrh 27, '
:Sol'l; RrTXlcedf.o Rrp3lled( by ap- printed In my last \ n.null prncntH of this Oim- ) 911-
; r..1 n'i.s Stnilrrs: Armature Maria Jean and Eston all of many seniors have made ttiltiKlon'K (under No.12. 3712 11114.'entcrd In- \I\1+ V'' 3'27
i 3(o\Uml] :'. .: High Springs, and Mr. and Inquiries. This Insurance Is JII".- lot on November No. 7710.' -1'11. wlnrcbyupplicnnt vjnrov"TO ninAVI /ttl

4"1)')) : I,cnox J.ix; 3S7-2."i28: :: Mrs. Martin Mosher Jr. of open only at this time to Gold! or HB |prodrt!n "di"for-"""ors I r\\, I"!' 't.* h..f"1''. Given, that (
Trenton, N.J.Hampton Card members of Senior Citizens \veio ip'iuhrd to act ilefeind up rirdlttluv IAit! ''f1ei W'tont> tfoM! Tire Tieidl -
nnd a ( \ rnpclvo' aenleltin
red ih.iii-H ((.AA V"1"
MUSIC City Council will Clubs. It Is possible that: n", the Income tax rrdu.tlnnin 48 I \j,) \ ',, and In-linl'ntr' 710Ai' :
meet Monday April 7 at : fI 'not 52 per cent lo I tho Klro Dof .
7:30: seniors Joining our club may be I rn',1 11'r\'i\((' II )0 et
p.m. at Hampton City Hall '" 1 ''l".' <5ntHn. T', O Box: I //iyAAt\ '
given an opportunity to participate 11. I nnith V 3.21 21 f-3
Mrs D. .. ..., Iloilila lg [ate v
E. Hill W1s
entered AN f.i''i.:! TJlltlha .
at later date. The
PtUIU8: Music Co. achua General Hospital In Gain a U'i'niv" fur the applicant. nil !1! C""'..> fl* %- Conri Of *
t deadline! at this period Is .\1 sold! time and pines //Adfrd/ / <:aGoaf1'. riorldtt. In
Band A Airing Instruments esville Sunday for surgery. March 31. lot' I'. Ni' d I pail. lr.'viii bo ,Birnnn fully I ,il AVaIr ritA,
Mrs. Lawton Youngblood, ippoitnnlty to be M I-\: tjtr.: : of LOUISE
CJHrson) Guitars! & Amplifier Mrs. We hope that more seniors! h' rued. T"i \:,: n.E nntA( 'eS 36 Months
Larry Youngblood Sandi Chairman
Low cost will come and Join us and helpIn ]) I'v Plrortlnn! of Aitt7TCf'ernnl'Interred 1 TO PAY
0 School\ Supplies -Instruction and Elaine Youngblood and Jo \VI1linm, T,. Mayo, cnmmlHaloncr' M1'' In 4
Connml8Klunci -
BoatownersInsurance Ann Salter visited retaining the gains we have Jerry W. Cnrtor and iimlroiiHtlttitlnfr. u;'IA lffata ()' Said I Decedent:
4Robeit relativesin
RecordersMusic mad through the years and .Jo." Ynibri.iiBh.,. u.rnMloS'iilii 1IfC'II,,, are "rrrhv notifiorj that &
Macclenny Sunday Sandi the FI..I..III In-Iru"'pnt pnrn'rin4 f!
: 1.lt'rary---Fxpt'rl Youngblood extended her visit! also help in the struggle facing \ Cummisslcin, this March fi 1""r'lrlt.IJ : x.a't Will. "t LOI1I"E! I1i WHY

Repair Iiepnrtn.cnt us these days of high prices 21 1, nr.9II derea M, hA" been
from State Farm protects boot, a few more days. l P. Pnrraway \ \: ': ''o rrobut' In this
411 I .. Huml St.3riV84l7! motor,trailer on the water or on and fie terrifying spiral of In Adinlnlstrntlvo. Secretary 1t r\PlP., > '\ era. hereby, comm-'n-
In The Circuit Court Of Florida. flation. \ K'!" Calendar months
___...a...... ___._ the road Can cover liability l.lihtli:! Juilitiiil Circuit la And / aHa rf the fir't piibll- u Pay More
losses too. See me 1'or Urnillord' Countrllll Our next meeting will! be held 1/1'111"11 f I rf th1' rotten' tn nn"earl '
PIANOS ActionNo. nt the Recreation center April] III l The rlr..rt r Conr Of Plus- 'I \\\v'' ('"rl and I th'n riM.., If
510 I.In. 1...MIl .liulli-lnl Circuit, In t'I, ,/ tAtt\ fin, v-Vv\ the nrilin, of -' .
y\'I.JI.PIA OSCO FIT.\ N. :McCLUN'O. Plaintiff: II. nt 1 pm. Bring a package! Amt I I'nr. llrnillord County Vl > CVIIM in nai.i'tttrc! FTIIil'l r
('n..' :\11. :nisO f/ >i""h"'le ohould not stand Reg.
WILLIAM J. M CLUNG, De. for the snle. The bidding will f P1IILCO FM-AM
T'lalntlff. lV Ra
;: sn '
:\: ; iiiul KIMIIALLOIWANS 1)) II1CKS. paA Ir' d
fcnd.intNOTICE be keen. ."'.- fTY1l'ILA' T.. 1 nr::>-:\L'\J1K: ; ( : ,' dio i Wood Cabinet 2
; TO APPEAR Ky(1M'r1h in .
TO-: William J. MiClunjr Our motto f fc organize nnd Pinr.rn: M DIONMMIKvi1ifill : ) ;:. 1".1\\ \,&. se in rror, 13ra"Z $8995
RFD. ;l, and l his wife HMZA-:: ,' /rd ( ', ri"rl'ln1re" 1 Speakers Tone $2S'Ag''Eg's'0.]
OS55S P1JTH tVMAUK: '' S-TIU'IIEN 1.11\i;. 1Annh'" ,\ ,,'!, Clerk Control. .
t alt InrtlMiliiallv. and) .'
;: .
You are hereby notified thatCivil -Joe Kerrigan. G DKXMAinC.: 1'h" ""
vtfe., 1 l'l\i! t-: TI\12/:; : :M. PU-" I Vrbv' '/ a.VpNDVRR .
hie :
a Action has been brought .... ., .. _. UP TO
THIVMMIK nnn ATU-I --- _
aKiinpt: you by riTA N. Me- rr.r.n :>i. rrcecu-I \ 4 "''h.r (tn'1 1 llreo! -- '
CLUNG, In the Cirmlt Court !1'111O.:: DI: \o.r.\n" at / iP l ilo..1iJ>Ir.r!'",

l .t/4 Eighth' I Brndtortl JiiiltilM CVuntv Circuit, Florl 1 In andfur <1a. My Neighbors inca>nVMAP.K.nf thoVUl;: i1..Cn....11 of:JOHV KFni5RJ: Ifl 'IV.t: I f" tro' 7aerutere C. H Nasworthy Furn. & Appliances

: The nature of the njlt I I' tnr a M DKVMARK and STCPHENIO. cfj ( pUDltcationl, .! -e 1 .
; You are hcrtby sum'
monad ordered and required to A
file, your written ntmwcr or defense .
to tho Complaint filed
KIMKAI.L: "S1 'i1GIst") herein! In tho Office of the Clerkof f. .
ORGANS; :' the Circuit (Court In end for t
WILLIAMS Bradford County, Florida,
IS 00"i > ('\('II( :\1t1l-3; R"R519 Starki, Florldn on or b'foro 14 ,
April 1HC1)). and to serve a copy i Hiatus
w... 117 N. Walnut treetPiroNE cf uch, answer nr defense upon t. 1
\Y1'STlm: STORE Richard J. Wilson, Plaintiffs H
9G4-5301 VOTE
Attorney herein whose address '
--- I* 5 "Pouthonst' First tired.
On Ine ,'I1I... Florida
Herein. fall not or a default!
LITTLE DUDE IT.TI MIM will !><. entered against you for
the relief demanded in tho Complaint

Western! Store A \\'ITNiSS. !' '" my hand ns Clerk
of the said Circuit Court of
INY'ANCISTATE Bradford Ountv. Florida, and
Western Clothing Leather- iho Soul cf said Court at
Starl "Ah, this looks like the INCREASE
goods, Saddles and Trailers ;FARM of March A.D. 1960.STHLRLrS "

Charles & Sharon Petty FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANY ( A. nAnrY'C.rlc caboose finally .

902 S. Edcvwood 834-1310 Home ONlCe: 6oominglonIUlnQifii:1iijiii:1 / : of the Circuit Court

:':.:':;::::;:::: :::;;:::1i:;:: :ii:1;:: ::1:::1i:1:::;:::1: ::1:1m::;: :: By Deputy: Beulah ClerkYour \ M. Moody In r.lul.11.The.< .liulli flronK, .Inl Cimrl fin.nil llrnillurilCfiittil Of Of..Tlif!

3.13 <4t< t.ai"1 rioi-l.lit In \m1 for
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1ONOI! !, TMnlntlff,
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tindintXnTHTJ: OF !SriT

TO': niirnr.T. sioxon
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21ent t t

nn Vim arty'.in AnHi e., for Mi".rolw 1Inri xackunrtta Not
< nitnln-t von nml yon nrerpitnlri'il
I.! -rve! n ropy of vourtvilttiii P. 0. /
ili-fonwon. If nnv to It Starke, Florida 32091
on I'T.\I.-I.: \ !S.INfalIS: :!s. Attnrnry -
fur. Plaintiff.vlin' .o nililroiv -
N 112 Went fnll !Street,
Solder' riorlilt. And flIp the orlnrln.il -
1 with the CI,.rU .of tho
nlmvo et,,"10.1 CV'ttrt "n 0 r brf io D Oosed To Raise.
Mnv 2 1' 0a, iith) ,.rwl'- A Jtnlir-, $ Any
mont may lit onti'r-il nirnlntvon
for tin rollf, ftf unmled In
the Po"vir,,i'int| or PetH," nth



"Rf"- D i Far 10 % Increase In Salary

savings here can Ask '

determine his future! Charley t :

Let's not kid ourselves-not E.Oohs..
only have

skills college development become educations absolute and guidance and necessities the professional of special in our About .This_ Question: [D I Fa or Increase From $9,500

highly competitive business world, but "My landlord accidentally

also they cost an awful lot of money! How injured a friend at a camp- Tol$12SOOAnnually.

better to have that money than to save site his Homeowner Policy -

here regularly. with paid costs and dama H
safety plus interest! ges. His sports equipmentand

Start saving here next payday! camera were stolen .

his insurance paid the loss.

Does the Charley E. Johns

Agency have a Homeowner To jfjf/: Submitted
Policy that is availableto /13 Legislative

FL RID A tenants?"

STARKE Charley E. Delegation


Member. Federal Deposit: Insurance Corp.
131 So. Walnut St.

Onej of 30 Banks of the Florida National: Group Phone 964-5070 (TAX PAYERS)


Page 8 TELEGRAPH April 3, 1969

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ThY ,=.

Lette/to V.S.MAIL

( the. Editor L. pi: -L L6i1


both Volunteer Fire Departments -

Dear Mr. Matthews: I also donated money

one year for uniforms for the
I think Pete Novak's "SwanSong" band, and no one solicited any

r 27 is In poor taste, especially .
since he is still on the me.I also attended a meeting at

C of C payroll, using mem- the Garden Restaurant several

bers', City, and County funds. years ago when a U.S. 301 M

He, as an Individual, is of Association representative was j1

course also entitled to free there, and I was one of the few ai

Members of the first class completing commercial Four speech, but when he says, who spoke up and mentionedthat Pictured at presentation! of Ford tractor train to
memoers ot the new class in commercial sewing "I do not remember a single our section of 301 was power
sewing course are awarded certificates by Millard are pictured at power machines \vith- their; Instructor time the writer of the now being sold down the river. It Vo-Tech Center last& Thursday are (from left): Jule Schmidt,

Brown, evening trades coordinator. Mrs: Marian Mcllae. famous Horse Manure Letters was bad enough then, but much president of Santa Fe Tractor Co., Gainesville; Arthur Lienau,

volunteered his sorives to the worse now. I also contributeeach Ford district representative' Ted Oglesby, Vo-Tech Center

community," he is distortingthe year to the Sheriffs Boys director; Millard Brown, evening trades coordinator ot the
15 Women facts and biting one of the
other worthy
and to
Ranch center; Wm. E. Dampier, Instructor' in repair and maintenanceof
The Needs many hands that feed him! causes. And I continue my
Meeting Complete New I would like to jog his lax Elks membership, not that it farm machinery and equipment; and two students, Dean

memory and remind him that benefits me very much but because Bennett and Larry Parrish.

for several years I was one of the wonderful help

Of The Sewing Course of the new motel owners that they render crippled children.So .
CommunityWhat Ford Tractor Power Train
belonged to the Chamber and I am almost tempted to sug-
offered to help, whenever pos- Pete his I
Certificates were presented last gest where can put
tion-Visitation Committee for Voca Friday afternoon to( 15 wom sible. This help was a little "no community servies" about Given To Vo-Tech CenterThe
the new Vocational-Technicat
tional-Technical and Adult High School en who completed the first 80- limited, as the motel businessis me, or at least suggest' he
Training Center is doing to help meet hour course In Commercial almost a 24 hour a day deal, join the Ananlas Club.

the needs of the community was gra- programs, said that a remarkable jot Sewingat the Bradford-Union( and then one can't eke out a .. Missouri In one Bradford Union Area gasoline engine, eight speed

phically shown last Friday afternoon had been done here, considering the Area Vocational Technical decent living; and also I am I am from with Pete Vocational Technical and Adult transmission, and rear axles.
fact that the local center is a first not the youngest person In way, and took Training Center receiveda The power trains are given to
the first of
when C when they
certificates group after received phase operation. He was high in praiseof Center.Those receiving certificates: Starke ((67)) and have had to and the about C of the "Great in gift valued at $3,990 last ,qualifying high school,colleges,
completing boasted
cater to health a little. afternoon from the universities, and technical
my Thursday
80-hour course in commercial sewing. Director Oglesby and his staff, were: Edith: I, Boatwright, Bessie -' I remember several times, after 68" situation. It not only was Ford Motor Company's U.S. training centers.

The course was started on short no- also commented that he didn't know Kaye Host, Johnny Bell only a few hours sleep, not Great In 68, nor Is it Tractor and Implement Oper- The new equipment will be

tice at the suggestion of a local employer of many superintendents who would Brown, Mary Ann Desue, Shir I ambled downtown early In the Fine In 69, but don't take my ations. used for demonstrating various
here by Supt, ley Wilson Eckerson, Linda Gail word for it.- just take a look
who communicated with the training show the interest shown morning to attend a meetingat A Ford tractor power train means of transferring power
Casey;; and who would take the necessary Godwin, Emma Allen Grover,, the Florida Theatre. At at the empty stores, the closed was presented to Ted Oglesby, and gasoline engine functionin
center concerning the shortage of sew- time "to sit down and help work :Mary Lee Hankerson, Vonda that time, I went out of my gas stations, or talk with many director of the center, by Arthur the agriculture power and
ing machine operators in the area. Marie Harper.Shirley Ann Har should motel owners who are gaspingfor
way to say we express Llenau. of Tucker, Ga., machinery class..
Seizing upon this opportunity .as a things out. not be able to per, Beverly Jane Lane, Rosa our appreciation to Robert breath with no relief in Ford district representative. Mr. Llenau said that a total

practical way in which to prove its Although they will lie Rasenbaum. Joyce Louise Barksdale for the use of sight. To me the local "cred- The gift to the training cen- of 103 Ford tractor engines,

value to the community, the training announce results, as far as accreditation .Tetstone, Constance Ruth Williams the theatre, and to also thank ibility gap" sticks out like a ter was arranged by Jules Schmidt valued at more than $175,000,

directors dirt shifting is concerned, for several weeks,, and Karen Faith Yeo- the donor for coffee and do- sore thumb. For Instance, president of Santa Fe were donated to educational institutions -
center some quick -
the committee had little to criticize and mans. just read the current publicity, Ford Tractor Co., of Gaines in 1967. Last year's
around, making room for the new nuts.When I can't locally since Pete's resignation,emanating donations increased
much to praise in its preliminary sum- The certificates were presen help ville. the total
course in its already crowded facilities; last week. ted by Millard Brown, evening(( physically, I try to help fin- from the C of C, such as Donated under the company's Ford tractor engine contrIbu-

the would-be employer offered the use up of findings especially trades coordinator of the cen ancially: a check each year "Among the signs of progress, corporate contribution pro- tions since 1961 to 330 units

of a number of power sewing ma- The "investigators" were ter, who announced that the to the March of Dimes, and made during his tenure, Novak gram, the power train consists with a total value in excessof

chines, as well as a machinist to keep pleased by the rapport they found be course in sewing: would be repeated In the last few months I triedto lists the following: A new Hol- pf a three-cylinder 201 (C.I.G.1 ) $475,000.
tween instructors and students in the start the ball rolling so that iday Inn, Owen Steel Joist,etc.,
every two weeks as Ions(
them running; the center provided a here a quality which you other property owners might etc., etc." In other words, No-
instructor and the course programs as there was a need for trained:
was certified off the ground-! can't find in large operations, they said. operators by industries in thiarea follow, by sending checks to Ctiwitinued On Next Page 1 :' It's a woman's

instructors "intenselyinterested" 'f'
found all
They '
the first 15
This Monday morning, and '
their students :
in .
women completing the course went to of interest was returned by .. ., ( lfff!
this show -... ;
that had heretoforegone '
work in new jobs /
unfilled because of a shortage of the students. The test of a good instruc- FARMER'SLike I _...l.. DIARY
not his students return -
is whether or
tor y
trained operators. And that isn't all.
will be repeated until all local and evidently this quality is being a guest who overstayshis Cf with the bright and extravagant- McCain
The course By Martha Sue
found here, the committee members welcome Old Man Winter colored azaleas have made ,
employers, who ha\ e need of sewing has hung on around here this places In town and out in the : County Extension
commented.The: .......
machine operators, have filled their committee described the pro- season until we've begun to wor- country very pretty. For some Home Economics Agent
It is to see what If It will again. prize dogwood,
requirements. easy here as "fairly ex ry ever warm up reason, our
this one instance:: has meant to the com- gram being offered It includes We had a few warm days last which was white blooms, fleck

munity in terms of additional payroll; tensive for this she county.Drafting, and week but In came another cold ed with pink, did not bloom this THE MONTH FOR TURKEY bouillon cubes, one-fourth cup
in and it and
was sneeze
day year. and onefourthcup
what it to the indi- diced celery,
well! means
as as and *
and Baking; shiver all over again. And
who Commercial Cooking the list of foods finely diced onion with the
employer head
and the
workers Turkeys
vidual in aircraft many people remarked: "If That old auto inspection time Omit
and evening programs of and seasonings.
having difficulty in finding trained day It will and switch fast Indeed.It which the U. S, Department turkey
was radio and television up comes very Calories
sheet metal working, Agriculture says will be plentiful the onion rings. per
personnel.:' appliance repair, auto mechanics over to summertime I'll never seems that we had ours done April. For vege- serving will drop to about 250.
and other reasons, repair, complain about hot weather just a short time ago, but last
For this
many linesman .and cable classes!;\ By( to* MoGW. take the tables the list offers cannedor
again. had to
has cause' to take pridein ;, week we again and sweet TURKEY KIDNEYBEAN
the community beans -
shorthand, and bookkeeping' ; in ** "Little' Red Wagon In to the frozen green
its vocational-technical trainingfacility. addition to the new commercial sewing At last the berry season has celved a check for about $10;; clinic for a medical checkup. corn, onions and dry beans.in SALAD
in this the eight items
And were! not alone horticultureis started and with of moisture learned that Completing
in plenty 000. Incidentally, we rejections -
A day program One turkey, cooked,coar-
It gratifying to hear the course. the high supply are prunes cup
opinion. was are in the ground, and the here are running at
applications kidney
and 1 1/4 -
last week by a also planned, loaded with 20% and that the and peanut and peanutproducts.lIere sley chopped; cups
center highly praised in cosmetology plants reserve State Senate President John rate of about beans, cooked or canned,
few recipe
for course are a sug-
ten-member committee brought here being taken a strength, all we need is some Mathews, who was the guest most frequent cause for cor- pickle
if enough interestis gestions which use some of the drained; one-third cup ,
for an appraisal with a view toward which will be offered warm days and plenty of sun- speaker, told the audience of rection Is headlights., plentiful items: sweet, coarsely chopped; two-
shown. shine to see some real pro- about 2,500 that an effort will coarsely
center.It .
of the thirds celery,
accreditation new Perhaps the true value of the voca- duction and market activity. be made to hold the line on At this time of writing, the TURKEY GREEN BEAN BAKE chopped 1 tablespoon onion,
was a unique occasion' tional-technical training program is Warm days and cool nights,with taxes in the coming sessionof sun Is drying up our drive- finely chopped; 2 eggs, hard-

first time in the U. S. that a vocational vividly summed up than a shower now and then, should the Legislature. More power way which recent rains turned and three-fourth cooked, diced; ;1 teaspoon salt;
One cups
training and adult education nowhere more of woman who enrolled help the plants when they really to him, we say, especially whenIt Into a series of ruts and holes. beans trimmed, fresh or 3 tablespoons mayonnaise; 1
had been evaluated using new in the remark a get going. comes to putting a sales Only those who live in the green 1
mustard, prepared
program the numerous pro frozen 1 11/4 cup boiling water; teaspoon ;
of ;
week in one have this problemas
last tax food and medicine. who
for this on country,
prepared, pickle liquid.
standards! 2 1/2 cups turkey,cooked, ; teaspoon
There was another big turn- ( well, perhaps as a graded
Heretofore such grams.In ) mushroomsoup Combine all ingredients.Toss .
pro 00 1/2
type of program. standards making her application she said, out of people from this north- We had a welcome visitorat road which gets almost impassable 1 can one-fourth oz. salt lightly, Chill at least one
grams had been appraised by know, the cost of living has east area at the Clay Electric our place last Saturday In ) can appreciate what it ; ; hour to blend flavors. Makes
used in the regular K-12 (kindergarten "Why you I can't afford to live annual meeting In Keystone the form of a hummingbirdwhich means. And the holes keep one eighth teaspoon pepper, 6 servings of one-half cup each,
grade) and gone so high just Heights last week. We heard' at all the time. or teaspoon cay-
through 12th programs was busy feeding azaleas getting deeper about 205 calories
!I" 1 package precooked with per
welfare anymore enne pepper; cup
''they just Wouldn't work, as one mem- on to take many of them talking about the In bloom. It was the first rice 3 1/2 oz, can serving. Serve with carrot
expressed it. If that, philosophy!' begins rebate they received on light We've seen'since last July,when But like the man whose home ; and
ber of the committee vocationaltechnical onion rings, french fried; 6 tomato sticks, tomato wedges, potato -
chairman of the State hold, the value of the bills paid many years ago, Including the jewels of the bird world was a leaky roof, we put off chips.
.7. E. Rishell, training center has been proved, one man who said he left here for parts unknown. doing anything about the drive- slices.
Accredita- beans in boiling
Department of Education whether it becomes accredited or not.Starkc's got $100. One of the biggest way, because in weather whenIt Cook 5"green minutes. Preheat APRIL 12TH

benefactors, we understand, The dogwoods have been out can be mended, it Is givingno water Make a note this will be

was the State Prison that re-' In full glory recently, and along trouble. over Add to 400 turkey degrees., sauce, and 4-11 Day In Bradford County

I Biggest Problem? seasonings to green beans; simmer -
: 2 minutes. Stir In the

rice and half of the onion rings.
make up for it. The people receive fire Pour into
Remember. a 2-quart casser-
A new proposal that the city of and police protection and FREE gar 25 Years AgoBy ole. Top with remaining onion jiS \

Starke investigate the possibility of reducing bage and trash service. rings and tomato slices. Bake ,

electric rates got the same reception We do not question the validity of at 20 to 25 minutes. .f'/

the Council Tuesday least some of these statements. But Reddish,, Makes 6 servings of 1 cup
from City ed necessary. Most of the per- zel Melds, Evagene each, with about 420 caloriesper
night it has on previous occasions there is no doubt that the dissatisfaction Alice McGarvey sonnel had been moved out of Myrtle Thomas, and Ethel Mac serving.As .

more negative than positive. with "high" utility bills, or high celebratedwith Keystone several weeks ago. Durling. a variation,omit the mush
Easter 1944 was held after the< "Women might not be able
be ? Not single electric rates, is a major problem in Dancing was room soup. Increase the water
Why should this so a Sunrise Services at 8 a.m. 'anquet at the Woman's Club to add, but they can certainly
our city. Church Ina - to 1 I. 3/4 cups. Add 5 chicken
other present the First Baptist
councilman or any person at distract."
Rev. E. Llghtfoot resignedas
argued with .Councilman: Gerald Wil- Though investigations have been union service, agreed on by of the First
liams' statement that high electrical made in the past, the question has not the Starke Ministerial Alliance Church of Starke in order -- With Our Men in Service((1944): -

rates are the biggest single criticismof been answered to anyone's satisfaction Residents of this area were to take a call to the min- Bural Casey of Graham, U.S ', 'f, ..... '

; except, perhaps, the Council's. Thereis Invited to an Easter Pageantat Baptist Navy stationed in Jacksonville, .. -
the city Mon-
State Prison on "
< But one after the other the same often no virtue in the fact that the city day the, April 10, at 8 p.m. Inmates Church, Jacksonville. During his spent parents.a few days home with ,-

repeated reasons why the city would operates its own power plant unless it were the actors In a the five years of his ministryin Edward Saxon, S 2-c U.S: rr

be wasting time and money in such an saves money for residents. religious story produced by Starke the church had add- Navy, arrived from San Fran
ed 297 to 1U membership, 105
were dragged out again. Could the city operate cheaper without Chaplain Leslie A. Shepherd. cisco for a 12-day leave at
have been consulted before the high cost of maintaining and "The Glory of the Resur- by baptism. home In Hampton.

Engineers increased operating its own power plant? That rection" was the theme of the Pfc. Marvin Elland U.S 3GLefis
have to be f
: and other rates would Easter Service at the First - was home from Australia ii L
if elctric rates are reduced. question needs an answer. Christian Church of Starke under As was the custom, the classof sick leave.
" rates are lower in the The Council took the first small step the leadership of the new- 1944 was given a banquetat on

I' Fire insurance entire utility bill Tuesday night when it moved to secure ly called pastor, H. Lawson graduation by the Junior

I I as city.the People electric see bill and the total would- names of firms A thorough which might and complete performa Shepherd.The church. had recently reorganized Cook Class, as Home hosts.Economics Mrs. Rosa tea- Local Scouts Go Baat n S

0: n't be lowered if the electric rates were investgation rate!study. is ''needed. The people and the following off cher, supervised the meal and Assist Goodwill :I :
reduced and other rates increased to icers elected: Judge A.Z. Ad- sponsors for the event were
want and deserve an answer. kins, chairman of the board: Mrs. T. H, Osborne, Mrs.Grant Bag CollectionBoy
Evans, and Mrs. Josephine
W. L. Andrews and W.M. Ed-

The Bradford County Il'=-- wards, elders; P.S. Denmark, Tucker. Scouts of Starke. workln I t By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
\ Winkler and Ed Prevatt, The Juniors chose a South 1 11,
E.A Jointly with fellow Scouts 1
s TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED c; ': ..-.:-. -1i'9. deacons; Mrs. Willie Johns and American theme for their decorations Northeast Florida, helped collect ,_ The propeller on your outboard through In performance, you
: tt. and entertainment, motor converts engine have: to change both. Contourand
Mrs. E. A. Mottt, deaconesses: over 20 thousand GoodwtJfxJustrlM ) l
': 1879 :; 5 Mrs. W.L. Andres, treasurer; singing Latin-America songs bags which were dU_ power Into go-power The correct pitch go hand-In-hand,
\ Mrs. Eunice Wilson, church and dressing the Sophomore prop means maximum nays Spaeth.One
'. rremI'JIIBibl. waiters and waitresses In trlbuted to homes during th* efficiency! ; the wrong prop possible solution was
Mrs. E Prevatt
and ,
P I II clerk; "South of the boarder" cost annual Scout Good Turn Da' means poor performance.This thought to be an nll.n'lonpropeller
of the Bible Sch-
I superintendent
I For with thee is the fountain on March 15. vital link between propellers The theory was
MM/tR umes.
"-: of life.-Psalms( 36:9): ). ool. Mack Futch, president of the and performance exp that the pressure water would
- are always Kite\ the pitch and contour to
) why engineers
FLORI A ES 5AS All of us have had the expe- Junior Class, made an addressof Contents of the bags will pr< plains searching for new de- suit boat speeds and activities.

rience of feeling tired and listless Keystone Army Airfield at welcome to the guests, and vide 80 thousand hours of en p- signs and new materials, '" The test models never, stood

l' T ON until something happenedto Keystone Heights was placedon Billy Colson, president of the ployment for handlcappe,a Bill Spaeth, manager of eng the test of time, usually snapping

J awaken our interest and enthusiasm a "standby" basis accord- Seniors, responded. Miss June workers in Jacksonville, whoa,e neerlng at Evinrude Motors one or more bl.ules.

r-'I Where minutes before Ing to an announcement by Major Patel sang two Spanish songs job to to reconditioned the col* The most talked about design Two Evlnrude service representatives
General Edwin J, House, com- and the Last Will and Testament lected items for sale in Goodwill is the variable pitch pro tried an Idea of
we felt drained of energy, mander Army Air Forces Tact- was read by Phyllis Ha- Industries thrift MOPS peller. As the name implies, it their own last year, says

now we become alive, vital and ical Center, Orlando. The air- zen. The Junior Class Prop- allows you to change the pitch Spaeth. They coated the

E. L. MATTHEWS, Editor-Publisb awake. The source of our energy field was one of five so designated hecy was given by Roberta Whit- Scouts and Navy men helpe,J of the blades to suit your blades of a standard propellerwith

t; Published each Thursday and entered as Second is God, the power within in Florida. field. collect, stack and count th'j boating/ activities, such as war Teflon. The theory was

C'I Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark Florida us. We are continually renewed Such status meant that the Sophomores chosen to help bags at Goodwill Industrie ter skiing that it would reduce friction

'. ;I under Act of March 3rd, 1879. refreshed and restoredby Air Force retained control of serve were: Marvin Montgo- headquarters In Jacksonville 01 11 However the engineers: nre when the' blades sliced throughthe
; by Cine> problem. They water, 'If it had worked
Subscription in trade area; 1 year 13.00; Outside His life Let us give thanksfor the Held so that It might be mery, Jimmie Bradley, Eugene March 22. Workers Included 1,l'I haven't found! a way to change:; but It didn't, it could! have
< this. reopened at any time for any Hall, Ralph Alvarez, Bo'boy thousand Scouts< 150 sailor
trade area: 1 year t5.50 the contour of the blades. To meantIn increase of two or
activity the Air Force deem- Turner, Merry Beth Knight, Ha. and 60 Goodwill personnel. make significant break. three percent In performance.

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Dell Chapter will not meet A fresh water fishing license
RAIFORD New About tonight (Thursday). The next i makes the fisherman a partner *other n action relief of has Annulment been filed and All rrndltOTN H (,of KER.the entate dereaned. ot.
Letters to U.s. meeting will be held at 8 p.m. :In the wildlife conservation pro felt at nut you and you are hereby are LOUISE hereby notified and requiredto
of yourwritten
required to nerve opy demand
Colored Citizens Thursday Apr. 17. In the :Masonic I gram. defenxnn, If .any to It file any claim have or analnat'
By Mn. Earl Dobbs Hall on Brownlee St. All on Theron A. Yawn Jr.; Attorney .- they may
INVITATION TO "In r adrtrsn* aid eeatliudgehoftilcBrsdford
.. '" members are expected to be nl" will bn for Cnuntvo Court ..
I r. r 4 rernhrod< R t the IK Bradford Florida, In the Court-
the Editor RECREATION pre.sent.Mrs.. Alma Bacon. Fire T>>ni..rtm..nt on th" fntr'wln House Rturke' Florida tlnd file County. Starke. Florida, within
Mrs. Bessie Sapp had as Tuesday night and Wednesday Registration started (!Monday WM; Mrs. Helen Smith assoc Pitmn: Flro Triirlc and ntiulnimnt thin Court on or before April 9. elx of calendar the firm publication ot
iate. FI"'fI..ntlnn' m"v bA nb. 1118t: otherwlnn" a Judgment date claim r demand
guest Mrs. Susie Cameron, iMarch: 31, for girls Softball and tained' hv .nntn..tlnll'; r"Mnf' K<1. thin notice. Each : \<
s of Washington D.C., and Mrs. boys baseball. Anyone between CIIUKCII NEWS win T. T*"nn-tt. Fire !>..nt. K>vutonn theyrellef demanded In the Com* etetebthenplace. of Veetdpanes
Kate Coats and Mrs. Fannie i the ages of 9 and 17 may register Greater Free Will Baptist. Deportment fTHRhtit.' .Via.1 The Fire. plaint.Wltnefl. and the Healof nuit and poet office addreaaworto bn
From unnrlnrlnllr' liand muai
Proceeding Page] r" orvan mv and
..... ._ L Lu.H L" d. Mae White of New Smyrna i before the deadline Friday Church Rev Jasper Williams the right' to ......."1 or rnlert. aaM Court at .tide. Bradford claimant hv the claimant hid
ran A3 IIIIUAVWUJT U&IVUUC pastor. :Monday Ushers any or all bids In whom Florida. Marchl will .
VACUAW tive," I did April 18. Everyone must night nr nnrt. County. hi* attorney. or It
mention Beach.
about or
airent .
signs .
where credit Is not due. In Board No. 2 and ChoIr No, 3 S-Z7 2t .-3' >th. 19119.mr1ritre"l void acrordlnir to lair.TClverla
to bring 'em back to Ernest Freeman and of f register before participating. become
son -
fact, I never have been able our part; Mocker r
to of 301. And Recreation Insurance will also will rehearse. Tuesday night In The A. DARBY as Clerkof HOCK' DeVOF..4F.cT01'KF.R. .
find out what what about Disney Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mary rir al Court Ot Bradford VERTA
new industry the Said Court 1OU-
World slogans last be offered. Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Wednesday Coa+.ty. Florida : of decefU.0 of
C of C entirely through their now and I Freeman Saturday morn- Case No.HELEN By Beulah M. MoodyDeputy (.
not at the last minute like fill' I.Ir. Jackson Is asking all night, Prayer Meetlner.! Clerk. .
own Initiative, efforts and witha friends STEKm-'flY' also a., for the Fairgrounds. of Mrs. Lawtey boys to please turn In their Thursday night Ladles Circle. known as HELEN SIMMON"!' flANDERS
"cold sell" directly brought Last but Crews will to learn that Friday night. Prayer Band. Plaintiff' v.MACK SIMMONS, Call StreetStarke
not I regret ; ,
to Starke?? least am not; baseball uniforms on or before Defendant. !. The County .1..01.-'" Court OlBradford FloridaAttorney '
As for the "free toll service going to let Pete try to buildup I she Is ill In a Jacksonville hos- Friday. April 14. (Saturday night dinners will be ;NOTTCJ3' OH+ SUTT' Coomty, Florida. !. for Executor 13,
ill feeling between pital. sold from the kitchen. Sunday TO: MACK E. SIMMONS Probate N. First Publication: March
me and I
Keystone Re'Estate of
Heights what whom residence Is .
Is in Mrs. Inez Addison has returned School, 9:30. unknown rn .... "" 4. ..,
free about It? I voted against everyone Starke regarding The Recreation Dept. will : Morning Worship ::11are hereby notified that fTrv1 D SCREDITORSwww 1.1
it, as like many others I don't "unjust criticism of C of C, to her home In Day- hold its annual Easter Egg at 11. Evening Worship 6 p.m. _j TO
the women of tona Beach after a few days Visitors
Starke public always welcome.
make over two calls/ a year Hunt at the Reno Recreation
officials police, etc. visit here. Greater Allen Chapel AME
to Keystone, so at 50 cents > playground at 10 a.m. Friday.
Roping Club Mr. and Mrs. L. J. MikellJr.
monthly plus 10% and 4% calledon Apr. 4. for kindergarten through Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson i
me long and I and sons, of Deland were f
my yearly charge, and ago expressed 6th grade. pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. TONIGHT I !
every my appreciation to them weekend guests of her parents .
is Morning service at 11, Love ,
year an additional $6.48. SCHOOL NEWS
In Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs.
person and through The Telegraph '
So this Feast. Communion service 6
figures my two calls AU students will return to
for their Mrs. Melba Faulkner of Jacksonville -
cost me $3.42 each, againsta efforts to cor- school Monday after the p.m. Rev. Taylor will be In ,
normal 20 rect this situation. So we will visited her mother, Spring charge of ,services Sunday. Try Our Delicious Fresh rJj P
cents each. And leave Mrs Holidays to complete a successful .
the this subject for the birdsl! Rubye Yarbrough,and Mrs. All ,. ,
phone officers and
I jup, and I believe charges they are deservf going love And them as for but the I could ladles not, I still Harold Sunday.Yarbrough and daughters OES school NOTICE year. asked to cooperate members with arc the Boiled Shrimp in the Shell / Il i., ';
{the resist -
Increase. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jones ? programs of the church for 4 (
a wisecrack: I
when heard
And Pete mentions that that horse and son visited their parents .success. Rev. Sampson is un- ALSOCharbroiled i &" y. tI I'J' !
was has
> as Monday night supper s l :
should not only offer a suggested from one of my letters so as Mr. and Mrs. James H. Jeff guests their uncle and aunt able to be present because of .ZLt:
alternative but also be not to shock them. Espec- ries and Mrs. Irene Jones Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Batten Illness. Members wish him a Steaks ;;:s:
willing to help Implement and ially in this day and age whena in Penney Farms Sunday. of Penney Farms. speedy recovery. ,,(, ,' ..'
execute the alternative plan. Ir few choice four letter words Sunday guests of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Martha Addison and son Pleasant Grove United Seafood Fresh Frog Legs y..1.. -- .
the first
place, he is being paid
used Mrs. Earl Dobbs Mr.
ire too were
frequently in the of Gainesville visited her
par- Church. Rev. H. P. Hudson
for services rendered, and not and Mrs. L. J. Mikell and 1 pas Enjoy favorite Cocktail
press books and magazines. ents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore tor. Church School. 10 your in pleasant surroundings -
and I a.m.
me have been
; yelling 0 don't think children, Mrs. Roy Clemonsand 1
for more contacts in Jackson they are. ever Rosier recently.Mr. Morning Service at 11. Afternoon (Package also)
children of Hellbronn
too appropriate.) Spr-
ville.. St and Mrs. H. G. Bar- service, 4 Visitors always -
Augustine p.m.
ings, Mr. and Mrs. Don New-
Beach, and other places. Ad- mans and children of Starke rIngton of the State Farm had welcome. HOLIDAY RESTAURANT ::?ie N
And I have no bones to pick as Saturday night and Sunday
vertising spent this way in Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grlffls 1 Mt. Plsgah AME Church, Rev. Key ghts
with the Police Department guests Rev. and Mrs. Harold
my opinion will bring George Young pastor. Sunday i
a larger
and children. Michael Dobbs
should these wordsIn
of q
so no one put Fathering Hialeah.
dividend than the School, 10 Lounge Open Until 12 on Weekends
envelope fillers mouth. They could not and children of Ralford and I Oad Dobbs visited his am. Morning Service
they mall out: News Let- be my more courteous and coop- Mrs. John Watts and daughterof Clarence Dobbs In Sanderson brother. at 11. Evening service 6:30.: Dining Room open 9 AM -. 9 P.M. Daily, Except Monday
er, Chamber of Commerce the State Farm. Public Invited.
erative when I called them. last Thursday. I
National and World Affairs etc This includes Chief Biggs and Misses Sharon Yarbrough
This looks Impressive with the Mayor Carl Hurst. So why Sheila Yarbrough and Mary

Starke Bradford County C try to create friction when none Lynn Richardson attended the
of C imprinted on It, but I is there? FHA Convention InJacksonvllle. r
wonder if the Chamber has I believe In "Peace on Earth last Saturday.
checked at all to see how use: and good will to men," and I Oad Dobbs had as Saturday
ful this literature is, or If it would like to get along well guests Mr. and Mrs. Marjell
just hits the waste basket. I with everyone in town. Perhaps Dobbs and children of Mad-
feel sure the charge for this ,it does not mean so muchto ison, and Mrs. Joel Robertsand
material is rather expensive. Pete if he is moving else- children of Keystone HeI- MXiN
I wonder when Daytona Beach where. ghts.Mr.
was bulging at the seams with Saturday I saw four young- and Mrs. Jack Cason
the Daytona 500,and when Jacksonville sters on four horses on the of Daytona Beach visited relatives A
was crowded recentlywith center median and was temp- here last weekend.
the GJO, what effort the ted to grab four candy bars, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jones
Chamber made to attract traffic and dash out to give to themin -
our way? thanks for not using the Dear Editor:
There are 67 counties in Florida sidewalk but I.thought I might FOR
and 47 are larger than be bumped by a speeding car, My husband and I want to YOUR "FIX-UP" OR
Bradford. So why not come down and I don't want to please anyone publicly acknowledge the help WEST
to earth and set our sights a that way. Amen. that two young fellows gave us
little lower and give more William II. Summers recently and refused any pay BUILDING NEEDS!
help to the forgotten little man? New Englander Motel except a bag of apples.
TalkIng about "no alterna- We had a flat tire on our

camper just north of your cityon cash &
US 301. We knew it was carry
Rudd Gas Water Heaters hopeless for us to try and changeit I II
ourselves. but I' I 'I
were making lJIUILDING I I
m attempt when these two young I I I
heats water 3 times faster! men stopped and tooK over in

nothing flat they had It changed. _
and told us where to go In I I MATERIALS I LADIES
Rivers Of ,Water At CD -
lo Starke to either have it fixedor :
: I 1 < #<+ get a ,new tire,.which.\* .is(. I COOK MODERN WITH THIS

r-.f LOW, .. OW COST what we had to do. The peopleat MODERN
the gas station were more MAID

: '''J Pay For It From Your than This kind all to us happened, also. so fast 3330 N. Waldo Rd. w .._ 'l BUILTINOVEN 1

that we never thought to find Gainesville
Utility Savings out the name of the young men -
but we hope they read this because ;
WATER HEATER INSTALLED we do want them to know I
how much we appreciated their I
WITH GAS ONLY $77. help.In. Phone 376-2604 and
this day of "dog eat dog" Open Daily

Rent it for only $2.00 Per Month world there are it i 1.sill gratifying sincere and to kind know 7:30: 5:30 .:-_- RANGE

CALL NOW people. ,,.. -.---
We are leaving your state All Day Saturday -- ---:-- FOR THOSE WHO ENJOY PRESTIGE. .
soon for the north, but will --
332 we AT A
PHONE 964.7701 _-:...: -- --;:: THIS BIG CAPACITY OVEN COOKS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles







('.\J>lLL.\(" OLDSMOBILE: Johnson & Faris, Inc. OPTIONAL

SALES &: SERVICEFine Mobile Homes, Inc. '
Selection of Used Cars SEEDS '
PLANTS Gabiesille'b! Discount Mobile WOULD YOU BELIEVED
Taken On Cadillac
Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS \ Home Sales Lot.
2001 :N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 THAT IT PAYS FOR ITSELF?
CRANE Ue Rent Feililizer Spreaders A 4S20 X. \\. 13th 378-1346 IN WINTER. SAVE



y 1 *
Phone: 372.4251 5 Sq. Fr.
Lingerie Dresses Slacks Parts Service BLOCK-OUT THE HOT SUN!
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA Tops Bermudas Bathing Salts 615 W. Unlvel.SIt3782811 PERFECT COVER FOR PATIO


4 wheel drive and cars INC. FIBERGLAS _JII HAVE TROUBLE
Sales Parts Service I PANELS f STAYING IN :

Clean Used Toyotas I TOG W. University -Opp. S.F.J.C. I PIANOS& ORGANS: \ J-i HOT WATER? :;
I .
.1700(( N. Mall 376-1266 2 3 :'


i K. E. G'\ille i :
Hyde Ent. Inc.Thompson' Shopping Ctr. 372-5333 A TOUCH '
Learn a Profession In Your I I. FOR SAFETY TOO. EASY '
Service HEATERS ;
Spare Time.
Full Part Time
o:1: I Long Distance :Moving: :.
219 N.W. .
378-2768 Heating Air Conditioning Storage Packing; WROUGHT IRON RAILING ELECTRIC ::
Repairs on WhIte Appliances .
ELECTRIC MOTORS Crating Shipping 95
Industrial Combustion Service Free EstImate Call ONLY NO MORE. 30-CAL. $ i
ELECTRIC Boller Room Sales & Service HILL'S 99
30.18: N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville HOW ABOUT A
.' Motor Repair Co. S Ft.GREASE ON YOUR WALLS ::
Telephone 372-2162 Van Service, Inc. I BRIGHT MODERN q OR 30 GASRANGE ::
Of Galnenllle, Inc.Repalrini' WHISK
3340( N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vUl COUNTER TOP FOR THEM GAL, ::
and-Used RewindingNew MEN'S WEAR 372-4271 YOUR KITCHEN? 5 1 1 19 :.

2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 I RESISTANT TO HEAT, MOIS ;;;:. o :

Equipment Griffin Suit PAINT& COUNTER TOPPING HOOD .

Santa Fe Tractor, .'Arrow Shirts -Florshelm Shoe GLASS. CO. ONLY 49
% '
( ... '
NO. 4500M
Class Mirrors
Formal Rental) Sliding Doors 9'
Farm Tractors & Implements Ladles Sportswear I Tub Enclosures Shower Doors ** SERIES $:

USED EQUIPMENT Furniture Tops Windows %

4488 N.W 6th 376-2548 and GAINESVILLE: MALL RANGE NO. 4300 SERIES
116 N.W 16th St. 372-81H HOOD....ee.e.I...;...................29.95

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Ureaklng ground for the neSlm'ke Mormon Chapel CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS Scnda\ School, 9:45: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning Sunday: Bible Study 10 ,a., m.; Sunday School I, 10 a.m. ; Morning OF LATTER; SAINTS
Bc'Ssenl' 011 (410 East Call St.i
Road last Saturday' are (from It'fOI)( ;MorningVuJ.sliii), 11 a. m. Youth Worship, 11:15.: Sunday Morning( Worship and Communion Worship, 11 a. m.: Evening:
Bishop John' B. School. 10 a.m. Service. PilM-tho-xl, S:45: ;
Sunday :
Perry Jacksonville 'vice. 11 :n m. Evening.crvicea 7:30 Prayer
4th Ward/: State Fellowship, G p. m. Choir Pra Night service, 6:30. ( ( Worship! : I p in. ;
President Henry V' J"" Worship Service, 11 a, m. : Highway 6:00.WrCIICrdaY 7:30 Wednesday Sunday ScV/! l, I0fifi: : Sacrament -
kins. Elder :
Dean Meetinir. : p. m.:
Hanson. and Mayor t.cc: Wednesday 8 p. m. 125, northwest of Lawtey. Rev.
Carl Hurst Evening Service, 7 p.m. service 7 11 ::01)( BrancOi; President,
Rev, Robert D. Burch R. L. Bennett : ; Worship -Rev. J. C. H<*lt'iH, pastor
Tuesday Night. Cottage Prayer p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Doan H'inwii 901f.278K1N .

Mormons Break Ground For New :Meeting. : PINE LEVEl. BAPTIST :MORGAN It( ).1b CIUI'KI;
Thursday Night. Prayer :Meet ; <;SI.KY LAKE KAI'lISl
Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng NOUIIIS1OK Sunday-!)::4r.: a. in. Sunday
big in church. 7:3: p.m. Grace Baptist Church CnURCJI;
$75,000 Worship] ]11 a. m, Pre-Ser- CHURCH School, 11:00: o. III, Morning
Chapel Starke"This Youth Service Friday night Sunday School 10:00: A. M.M. vices (Booster Band, Young Schedule of services: Sunday Worehlp, 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 9::30 B.m. Train

7:30: p.m. Morning Worship 11:00: A. People, and Prayer:! Service), 6 School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Union. 7:00: p. \m. Evening Wor ing Union 10:1:].*, n.m. Moraine

is indeed a joyful day garding the site of construction Ivy Luke. Pa.st.or'SUI'UNA Training Worship Union 6:00: )11:00:P. A.M. M. p, m. EveningWorship., 7 p. m. 10:45: a. m. Training Union ship. Worship 11 11.. Ill. Evening Wor

for Mormons in the Starke W, Ellis\ Thornton, past ,1HSSIONARI'BAPTIST Evening Wednesday Midweek! Service, Wednesday, 0:45: p. m. Evening Service, Wfdii.sdii.v7w:: I'ra.vcr, Services ship 7:30: ,p. m. Mid-week Prayer -

area" said Elder Dean Hansen president of the Starke Branch, CIIURCII Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. in. E. R. Bowers :D. D., 7:45.: : Mid-Week Prayer Service 1st and 3irt WLdncddav Service, Wednesday; 7:30: p.
at groundbreaking ceremonieslast 7:30: P. M. 7:45 m l:00 Family night m. Com! let us worship together;
gave a short history of its development pastor. Wcdr.ewlny, : p. night- : p. m.
033: Piv.tt
W. Pastor.
Saturday for the new Chapelof from the : St. Sunday services Rev Virgil Lcvett, -.Re" A'.lon'! Price, pn.'toi1
organization : Sunday School 10 a. m. y.:
the Starke Branch of the in 1949
at the
Pic-uchlus.: Jj a. m. Training
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- Mrs. !Murlar Norman
near UnK'ii, ri:43;) j p. ill EvciiiJiu Wor-
ter Day Saints (:Mormon). Law-ley to the USO building
As Presiding Elder and Pres- in Starke, then to the chip7 p. m. E'el'yonc'Icolne.. JORDAN MISSIONARY

ident of the Starke Branch he Ing hall of the Woodmen meet-of Elder A. O. Flynn pastor; BAPTIST MISSION I um__
U. S. 301 North, behind Tas-
welcomed civic and church lea- the World, and to the present
ders, as well as local membersand location In the DIcandio buildIng FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tee Freez Drive In. Sunday 1
friends, to the site of the on East Call Street. STARKE School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- EASTER

$75,000 structure. Bishop Perry joined in expressing Easter Sunday Sunrise Ser vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer

Local officials attending the his happiness on this vice, l.st Bal):.st Church, 6:30::: Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. I I I Im
ceremony included Mayor Carl occasion and exhorted the a.m. Sunday School. 945.: -Leroy Olive pastor' ; E. L. DAY OF TRIUMPH
Hurst, City Councilman One 1\. Starke members to make GrUOs, associate pastor.
renewed Worship at 11ser: ;
Morning 1 1
Wiggins and County Commis- efforts m;
to "
bring the build- :
Not Ha Is Risen.
"Fear -
sioner l alph Bryan. Church ing to rapid completion. mon Training Union, 6:15.: Evening : == "Ho is not 'here for tie is risen nt 'lie said" :;:;
leaders include Ufv. U.IPre- President Jenkins delivered 1::
a Worship, 7:30.: Youth Choir pre- :
vatt of Starke, Mormon: BIs- I
hop John B. Perry of the Jack- brief concluded dedicatory with a address prayer and dedicating sents cantata, "My Heart Is ('111 KUI OK .OO it Thu. oo the third day our Lord rose cold conquered death 'fiilfillinj(, :; his promise. :.;.:.;.
sonville Fourth Ward and Glad." 421;! N. St. Clair St, Staj-Jc. -
the site for the new Trustees meet, 1; = There are many oilier promise of, wonderful, things that' our Lord has made I to us. m1
Mormon Stake President Henry chapel.A Monday Sunday School Jo a t. m. Worship 11

V. Jenkins also of Jacksonville mixed quartet, composed of 5 p.m. Youth Choir, Deacons Services, 11 n.\ m. raid! 7:30: p. f!:;: c These are given to us in the Holy Bible Enter his house tin week, on the day ;::

who presides over Mary, Gail, and Jack Meeting:, 7 p.m. m. Prayer Mei-tin;!t. Fiiday( 7:30: ;
Branson and hear the 'full of, this, victory" ;
Masters {; set aside (for celebrating his! triumph story great
Helen !;
several thousand !Mormons in and Elder Ilansen sang, "The Tuesday p. m. -Rev. ChpMi-r:! \ J. S.::oppe;: _

Northeast; Florida. The con- Spirit of God Like A Fire Is Group 10 a.m. Ida Darby pas.tf k is; Make this a new beginning: in your life' loo.Itw .
tractor for the new chapel, Burning." Group 2:30: p.m., with Mrs. G.

Arthur J. Todd, and the arch- Jesse Branson offered the benediction B. Flynn. Lorena Epperson nori: jsAPJiM' CHURCH

itect, Fred van Duscn both of Group 3 p.m., with Mrs. Ben (Highway; 100 nt 'rlll.t'( ,<;sa ) ;

Jacksonville, were also pres- Following the ceremony Mayor Baker. Junior Choir, Sunbeams, Sunday School -10 a. in. I I I.x

ent. Hurst. President Jenkins 3:30 p.m. G.A., Primary Choir, Moiiilus: Worship! -11 a. m.
Following the invocation by Bishop Perry and Elder Hansen 4:13.: Ethel Biggs group, 7:30: TIM trine;! Ur.lon0:30(;: p. m.

David \11. Black Mayor; Hurst turned the first sod, then p.m., with Mrs. Willie Mae Evening/ Wurshq--715: p. m, :.:.
congratulated the membershipand all others attending were invited Denton. Wednesday :Nijflit, Prayer Ser::
church leaders for their dedication to take a turn at the beribboned Wednesday Prayer MeetIng 'lce.s.-7:30: p. m Ri
and perserverance shovels used for the 7 p.m. Church Choir Prac- 1)(01'.
over the years in their effortsto groundbreaking.
tice, 7:45.MADISON: .
erect a house of worship.Mrs. Refreshments were served on
Edna [Hart, contributorof the site under the direction ol STREET FIKST .1tib1.VIs1.Y OF (OD
the site for the new bulld- the Starke Branch Relief Society -
BAPTIST I lVcldun 51. ami Raiford
il1l(. expressed herpleasurere- Ladies. Sunday
Sunday Road

School 9:45: : Morning Worship Sunday School: 10:00: u. m.
For Tasnerd
Kotlce Of App1lnll Easter Sunrise 11. Youth Choir Practice, 4:30.: 11:00: ) :a. m. :MorningVoiblilp' ) :

SC... It)I. HI, !"'. N. Youth Fellowship Supper, 5:43.: (6:00: p. in. C A. Scrvlce.s; 7:00:
that Service
Notion It Hcn-l.y Set
21 U. L.IJU UerfUK,: : ."1 It. thu holder Training Union, 6:15.: WMU p. m. Evangelistic Services.
ut tho tcillouliiK cci I Iflea lea 6:30: SundayAn Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Evening Wednesday: 7CO:() p.m. Mid.
hex. filed Bald ceiliCluiU'H tina
Worship, 7:30.Monday : week .
tax deed to br Itmui-d. thereon. Prnvei fling.:
,. Tho certificate numbers und WMU Business Pastor: T. E. aillerJJUII:1CO
thin d"cl'lp-
of Issuance
tlou of property, und the names Easter: Sunrise Servicewill Meeting 7:30: p.m.
li,> whIch U was. assjssud, uru as"cciYlhcnte be held at 6:30: Tuesday RA meeting, 6:30:
a.m. Sunday,
\X BAZ'TiS'J'Clll'RC'11,111GIIVAY
: No. .10 I. Year of April) 6. in the First Baptist p.m Mission Action Group, Bi- : 16 N. li f
iBsuuiicr. 1907.Devarlptlon. Church with Rev. DeWitt ble Study Group. 7:30.:
of Property| Com. Far. Wednesday Prayer MeetIng Sunday; ) School( 9:45: a. m
r Nli Cor. of NW'' of 111GIW' inbce, of the First United Methodist :Mal min Worship, 11. Training!
.', KLiV 04. ti> )TOH. 7:30 p.m. Church Choir
474'. S
Coat iri.Y; 100', XV Unc >:';1. Hd : Church, delivering/ the Union, ti:3'J p. m. Evening! Ser \i \N T1IF !
> 301. N !>') deg,, K: on \\ lLine mc. sn gc. Practice, Deacons Meeting a',.:' Vice' '7:30: Midweek; Prayer sere Church il Cod t oppoinlo1, ogenry In Ihu world 'tpriodinj. the knowltdjt ol Mil lore 'Ar\:: g'
St. lid 60 XVL.V IUO S BO Ura.w. Special Easter music will be 8:30.: '* = .4m mon and ol Rli u-zj-ii.; Ucc. 7:30.: :::: ==
..i, sa-'i'-o-y.:
Nainv. von.\ In ;which P. nfHeaaud. liil.N-; : provided by a community choir.A Thursday Sunbeams and Rev L Tommy Howe, Paatoi :::: = Ihn grounding, In the lore' ol Cod, no govtrnmtnl or wtitlx. 01 won ol lilt will, long ifi 9. == :::;

i: KST L,13.M1 of Mnld. N l 1 )properly,;'1'1... being In special' offering will be taken. GA's, 3:30.: .::.:..:: ::: otntvtrt and ht "..dom, whICh wt hold 10 dear will mtvitobly. penh fhtttfort! eon .:i. .: =-= :yy:

< the All County of UiaiUorU I, btuto wlWi proceeds used by the Ministerial CATHOLIC CHURCHES li\IIA.\I( : li.U'TISf CHURCH ::::. =-= horn o ttlfuh point. ol View out hound luppoil Ihl Church for Ihi sake of the wtllortol A. .

"' 0''unlo8b-lliVith, ccrtiflf-'ti- cortlflcutCH ; Alliance to care for WEEK SCIIEDULE biuul.iy School, 10 a. In, Morn :::;: = hiimtll ond hit lomily, It/ond Idol', however, t...iy ptrwn ihould uphold and porE :::

Shall !'<. riiliiMit.il, i lit- nerdy transients who pass HOLY irr1:: Worship, 11 'a, m !und 7 p :::: ,opal' in the (huiih btiouw II .idhbe/ truth obout man i lilt, dtoih ond delimit the l.I11" == :::::
law the del' Uironch the St. Edward's, Starke: l lure child, ol Cod :::::
"o'dlnlto pujinrty, community.All m.iici l-'rnl! Jci'un.pustor ::::: = truth whHh alone will wl' him Ins to ot o .
or .
scribed In such ci-rtlllcnli Confessions, 5:30: and 6 p.m. ceolan Aa 5. =
will bo Sold l l to tho persons In the area\ areJtwtC'd =
,' hUfl'elt! bidder first'" court : to attend this service. Holy Thursday Services, 7 p.m. ;MC\V IlIVKK UAJ1ISTSuiulay '

t Rouso. door on the lUlia, which MOllday' ." The final in the scries! of Holy Thursday: Confessions, 5:30: ; :Sthi> 'ol, 10) a. m. Morn-

?< In.. month. dny of.lay.of daY lU6tl.}1lurch Week services will\ bo held at and G p.m. Holy Thursday Services 'In\ ,: Wuihhip, 11 I\\. III. Training I
$ Dated this 20th of. the First United Methodist 7 p.m. Unlr.a, 7 p! III. Evening! Worship

1909.' Church at J2 noon on Good Fri- Good Friday: Veneration of II l p m Wcclnciday( night service I

\ tSKAL3hnrlc, A. D.rby.cf Erad- clay, ApiJ; 4. Charles E. H' l'se. the Cross 7 p.m., followed by 7iu:: p. in. Everyone wel
ClerIc of Circuit Cuiirt minister; of the First Christian Confessions e } ford County F1orW,4.3<< 4t 4-24 Easter Vigil! !111
C''ii'ch; : nail fpcak. Holy Saturday: :
-Of The' ('"!..nt' 11:15: p.m. Midnight Mass, 12. I1KSJ miUSUAN] = CHUKCII: | FAULKNER HURST SHELLSERVICE STARKE 66"SERVICE
The Court :
In ::
8 Juilic.Hniilfor.1: (;on"t, I"J *- Easter Sunday Mass: St. Ed SUIlc1.!)' Service: Sunday :

w .'n'l-i'-': 1'ral.ntr.\l-Ixtato:: ofXATTKnsrVNN.Dowiii.rd MORRIS Services SundayFor ward's, 9:15: a.m. St. Mary's; Schoul, !>:4": : a. m. Morning Wor 111 I
:.. :: Mrs. TysonMrs. (Macclcnny), 11:30: a.m. ship, I0:4ri(I: n. nu. Evening: Ser | GULF

"i" Jvi All i'ladit"rj1ndD" Persons c"....nd- St. Williams, Keystone vlci1.( (;::3o: V in Midweek Service 1 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 11
N: I I AND Carl Hurst Phone
4. AB'alIlHttnlll! Estate!: : :Mamie J. Tyson, 88. Heights: Wednesday, 7:15: p. in. : 1
,,t Ynll marl each and 0're'llIlr.1 you, arelhcrciry tow died Friday, March 28,in Jacksonville Thursday: Holy Week Ser- --ChnrK-s; nc('. I". minister Tire Truing '.J
prearnt m nllY 'I'1nlm or drntande. after an extended ill- vice. 7 p.m., followed by Con- B .YLESSBIOHWAT w Headlight Adjusting .;
1'; which y", 0"" either ,of_ v"u" m01 ness. She was a native of fessions. 'J ::::
flu llll"" BAPTIST CHURCH :: Truck Trailer Brake Service #
ltnVO :i' T'rl.n: \I." :: dta Lumberton, N.C.; and at one Good Friday: Veneration of f
4 ":MOH.TU"" Np.1. l:1t'Lnf .. ilI1 I ot nan'y Hr,1I.: 'et3 time resided at the State Farm the Cross, 7 p.m.. followed by Sunday School, 10 a.m. Pro ::;). Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and :

j,"! the County COUllt J"lnrl.I".IIIIlge. Bt lix. "rflrert where her husband the late Confessions. aching Services it 11. Training ''' Minor Tune-Ups Alignment N:
;' ; ewithinu'ele' I Hobert II. Tyson, was employed.She Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil, Anion; 6 p.m. Evening Service. r .:

,r'= nl""lnr ateStnrkeh'I'1orldn; nlnnthw. from, tl1" IIm<,< was a member of the Pres- 11:15: p.m. Midnight Mass, 12. tf Midweek Prayer Meeting. :S;; 1011 N. Temple Avenue .. -" PROMPT ROAD SERVICE :f fAll ::
nf thl bvterlan -
"' ot lho flr..t p"hllcAlinn demand Church. Easter Sunday: Mass, 9 a.m. Wednesday 7:30.: Everyone wel- '; :;
:.l nnllce. 1.:pelt claim' : or Slant I Surviving are two sons, The mysteries of our faith come. Rev. George B. Cro- |:; PHONE 964-5899 Minor Repair .;,:
: oltn10d'l.i : of :Miami, and
:; btatethePia"nffi.'o oddrees; "I' t1.,II"rhlm Tyson Harry, Jacksonville; one t-dgar.bro- are renewed in the Liturgy of well, pafitor. :: 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke ;:::
; b Week.
poet Holy
to )
.wnrn |
:. ant' and .hnlhp, *Itr ther, J.C. Jackson, Columbia, j STARKE BUILDERS
clnll1"n' ;
biN tnrney any hla"l fVCen claim: 01IC S.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Mat- IIA.I1'1'Ot'J1HI: '1JAN Hiway 301 and 100 II
n""tl .hullvoid.
demand tie Bray and 111'8.vle John- FIRST CI1UIU: | SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON
0-: both of Falrmont.N.C. STARKE
son Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning
-;'w, .Aclminlntrntrix Clara M. TAttrrmnnnAn !" t. n. of thi Funeral services were held Sunday Easter Pancake Worship nl 11. Evening i-j;;; Featuring Ace Hardware UO S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKETAND '1111

'... J'alRlp' nf .\_ ccr! Ml"r! of th at 2 p.m. Sunday in Jones Memorial Breakfast sponsored by MYF Worship, 7:3U.:: Rev. CarlClarke |:j:: Complete Paint Supplies
Bn,1 T.tamfl :
:": ot Ln.t 1IUll.J.T'1'JIUIAN R'III and do Chapel with Rev. Robert 7:30: to (0:30): a.m.; Church I paM( j::|::. and Sporting Goods COLD STORAGEWe :1
'_ ceased D, Burch officiating. Inter- School, '0:45: a.m.; Mornlr.ar:

:: First publication 43. 1969. ment was In Crosby Lake Ce- Worship: 11 a.m Jllibl: n.\!'!'1ST CHURCH: |j1;: "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES Specialize In Custom Slaughter- y::3

: 4.3 4t 4-2' meterv. Monday Jr. Girl Scouts HIM I PI ONSunday : log Cutting and Wrapping- :: :

..: 3:15: : ; Commission on Education, School) 10 a. m. Morning lii I\ 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES24Ft. Prepared for Deep Freeze +:'

: THEYOUTH 7; Official: Board, 8. W or.ship! at 11. Training .:.:.:.:.
TuesdayCircle 4 and Circle Union, fi:30.(;: Wednesday night :::: WHOLESALEPhone :!

5, 10 a.m.: Jr. Girl Scouts Prayer 1 Meeting, 7:30: followedby :::: FLORIDA Wide :"

CHOIR 3:15: p.m.: Wesleyan Service choir practIce Starke Nursing :.:.:.:. 964-7059 .....

.... Guild 7:30.: Home !service, 2:45: p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wide ;
::: OF THE WednesdayCircle 1 and 3, Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. j1 EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD !cS:
." .. ::
Children's .. HOMES
10 a.m.; Younger ;r:;
Choir Rehearsal, 3 p.m.; Prayer t'ALVAKY: IlAl'TIST :::: ONTROL ,

! First Baptist Church Meeting and Bible Study, Sunday: School 10 a. m. :Morning ':.:::.:' Campers and Traveltrailers COUNTY 11;;

7:30.: Wo.tJiip 11 a. m. Training TELEGRAPH !

.,. Thursday Chancel Choir Union (i:30: p. m. Evening Service '.1'. & CIIMIAL co. Keystone Heightsand :::

:; Presents Rehearsal Saturday, 11- Older a.m. Children's / 7:30.).:, 7:30: Prayer', \\t.. m.Meeting.-Rev. R Wednesday H.Butler. -. ::11)) 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES s.1.;)

Choir Rehearsal 11 a.m. | TYPEWRITERS :#
: DeWitt T, Farabee, Jr., Phone 964-5745 for FREE
,.... *
"MY HEART Pastor.ST. I)KIABAM! '1ST CHURCH ;:f: Inspections and Estimates ADDING MACHINES .:

'r School 10 m. MornIng -
IS GLAD" Sunday\ a. ''
Sunday services: 8:30: a.m., Worship, 11 a. m, Training 111 CO. EDWARDS

,,'::. Holy Eccharist. 9:43: Church Unin., 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser |. WILLIAMS 111

'. School. 11: Family Service. vice, 7:30.: ( -Rev. Lacy Conway, Grocery and Market
: Holy Eucharist, 1st tnd 3rd pastor. |[ JEWELRY Better Service For Your .':'

Sundays; Morning Prayer, 2nd .... Groceries Meats Feed 1
: A Cantata For Eastertide and 4th Sundays. Airpark Baptist Church Title Problems 1!
f Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.: Morn- 1 1#: Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL

",. ing Worship, 11:00: a.m.; Even- r:|j Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts
APRIL) 6 Baiting a favorite fishing (hole Ing Worship, 7:00: p.m.: Wed c| BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. :::

Is legal and often encouraged Prayer' Meeting and Bible Study, Title Insurance S. 301 South Starke }f.f
oJoJ by the Game and Fish Commission !! 7:00: p.m. Study on Book of |: 142 W. Call St. Starke.

;,. 7:30 P.M. to improve the daily catch. P. alms. ''Nathan L. Modllng. 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 96<&-531Z {
. pastor. Everyone Welcome. rf Phone 964-7064 k

,-. Sport fishing with a trot lino EVERGREEN BAPTIST ? CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, Inc. |

Public Cordially Invited requires a fishing license. Such Highway 12J5t l'Qttll./ut; !/ gj!
. trot lines are limited to 25 Lawtey. Sunday School lOajn. d. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better |1;.#

. hooks and only non-game fish Morning Worship 11-15 Sun_ -", wEledricaUy"KeYf'tone
;; may be taken. day Night Service, 630.Rev: # Heights-Phone 473-4911
. R. L. Bennett pastor. 11 ..Y
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Airman Paul OKaufmann.. .
OOD STOQ S son of Mr and Mrs. George

W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE has Kaufmann completed of Keystone basic training Heights.at

Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio. Texas. He has been
assigned to Chanute AFB. I1H-
nois rOT training In aircraft
maintenance. A 1067 graduateof
Bradford :High School, Air
man Kaufmann: attended St.
Johns River Junior College in
Palatki before entering the
PFC Larry O. Slocum, son of
LB. Mrs. Fiances Slocum, of Estelle
,Kdtiw St., Starke recently receivedthe
Combat Infantryman Badge
SWIFT'S I while serving as a grenadier
r with Co. D. 2nd Bn. of the 4th.
PREMIUM Infantry Division's: 33th Infant.ry
?''*LbLW0BRANLOurckFrez.nBEEFIOS.rwngs( ;} 801. KRAFTS in Vietnam. The badge is

teakettes . $ 1 .79 Cream Cheese. 37 COOKED CANNED sustained awarded to ground infantrymen contact for

SO BORDER BIG TEN 10 Count CRACKIN'GOOD against an enemy force

Can its. 2/27' Can Biscuits. HAMS 4 LIS PFC Sylvester D. Bright, son
6 49
A'CU / CAN 2" of .:'oft.. and MM. Daniel Brightof
has been
assigned to the 134tli Quartermaster

Cheese . 2 t'- 59 Sausage. . ..$ 1.99 lib SWIFT PREMIUM, ALL MEAT FRESH Co. near cook Qui His Nhon wife.
Vietnam as a
Cheese. STEAKS 59'USDA St., StarUe.
Daisy y 79 Sand. Spread .45 BOB WHITE THICK' SLICED Grod..'A Quick Fro."ARMOUR Coldvn Star....bo.., -
BACON. Pvt. William F. Lamprecht,
TURKEY . . .d 49 son; of Mr. and Mrs F. W.
'. ... < Heights has completed nine
= .. :2fPICNICS
_. '-- '= -_ : = . . B 39 ROAST.$1.99 weeks of advanced infantry
-::--:- ':_-', ;" Hall or Whole FRESH TASTE O1 SEA BONELESS FLOUNDER training at Fort Polk, La. Illslast
: : T. A:L Ui PORK HAMS. 59' FISH week of training was spent
... Z E FILLETS..49 In guerilla warfare exercises
..' SI ,::: FRESH PORK BOSTON BUTT 2'A' .Lbt FRENCH FRIED HEAT & SERVE during which: he wa: taught
:::-- KING .: PORK ROAST. 49< methods of removing, boobytraps
= '.' B FISH STICKS. 99 avoiding, setting surprise ambushes enemy and at

rs '.,.u1fl/I.-"": \, Quantity Rights Reseed-Prices WINN.Dixie Good STORKS All Week_ Thursday thru Wednesday April 3 9 tacks. -
a copvniOHri9S9JCOMA '
I Is Staff Sitf. Mitchell]] S. Starling
( .HIiKI V. Bt1J* 'iRKtV MEAL 23, son of Steve Starling. Jr.,
of Lawtev, and Mrs Vivian
MEAT Starling! of Gainesville, recently
L : 3/l. ] completed! the six-wcek noncommissioned
'- officer academy
Hull Gulloni rHRI MAIL) course at the nth U, S. Army

M&J ,J ICE MILK I Non Academy. comml5s'oncd Fort: Riley, Kan.Officer:

c-- s 2/$1. chief Sst.computer Starling for it fire assigned direction! as

,w_ Battery, fith Battal-nn of the

.;L j BUCKEYE PEfiS..2l.P.nts Colo.20th Artillery' at F'ort1'son., .

n RICHb' '.OFFEE Pvt. Paul: Llovft] Crawford: ] ITT
1:0= son of Mr.\ and Mr. P L. Crawford .
.. RICH I 4/l. p'I SoCOH27$1' of Route 1. Lawtey: has
.WoB''L...' H" returned to Fort Riloy. Kan
-- X49 after .
participating: : in an "xprclso -
wlirrrbv the 2tth Iifmlrv
USDA Choa. N < Steaks LB. -; Divis'on was town fo the Federal -

LB.69 j HARVEST FRESH PRODUCE republic of On'many: to
Roast. 'ondShOI'6..1' < Like: pljpp In NATO man"uvers.!
Roundor5tloln l U. S. / Force C.tll e'tarliffprAirc
b.To p S9 DELICIOUS FRESHStrawberries
06'0"> *""" LB. -..fl .vi-ic" used to take the
._. $%19 WRC6b S 21tij:! hack to Germany :and ro-
: Steak.- y 01 Ail Weal' 4 $ turn to 1 10 StDt" nn n to 10
-. -.. i ;, : / 3 PINTS. 1 Kan.hour till to[ Germany f.'im I'ai'jri: : A.FU

-- uS pACI'oiceW,"pBru ndCanF' -Q* Stew.l"W .
..f- Prizes AwardedAt

: -- Roas..--/: .'."*.* .D Standan\ Ground 3 JT7 _-- Corn 10 1 69 Opening Of

'. Roast.: U"ACho..W" -: oAi o* Fancy EARS New following Eagle StoreThe persons were

prize winners! at the opening of
.- :: : '
_, _. the New Army-Navy Discount
=C=: -0--- '_- =_ Store, 312 W. Madison! St, In
Starke. The prizes were awarded
'S at the cloe of businesson
FIUNGSIZE. V A( Sunday March 22.
Mrs. O. Mac James. Box 435,
Lake Butler: cordless Hamilton
Beach automatic toothbrush. A.
D, Dobbs, Lawtey (same).
VINE RIPE j- I 334 Sandra Chandler f 09! OH

TOMATOES 29* SWEET JUICY n -' TOPPING.I ..- Lawtey Blender Road: Shetland Electric I

ORANGES AI 59 F John W. Powell!, 1213 Bra'!-
YOUNG TENDER POLEBEANS : ford St., Starke: Eke:tJ It: Clock I
.2" 89 Radio.
49* POKO POPS Annie C. Tyre. Rt, 1, Box 73: 1
. 1oB79': Starke: Shetland Electric Blen
.. LARGE FRESH HEADS CAULIFLOWER der.W.. Prevatt, Box 45: Lawtey;
CARROTS. 25* 53' 10 Transstor! Radio.

FLA . FAH 49 DINNERS. Leola Holmes, Rt. I, Box 454, I
BLISS :.. .

POTATOES 10 .. 59* APPLES 4 .e.: 69* : 66K Violet Starke Stewart: Polo Bike Rt. 2. Box

U.S No YELLOW 1 ((3 Lb. Bag 3JONIONS. < . CRUMPETS 39 Wayne Crews 708 McMahon ;
LARGE FRESH HEADSCABBAGE..2 St.. Starke: 10 x 10 Hibachi
charcoal grill!
. 5 39 '. 39* Iris GnUIs. Rt. 1, Box 102

..... ..................... .,.......:........... .u. . .. ::; POTATOES 39<:__ Starke Mrs Linda same).Tyler 402 Alton

EXTRA EXTRA Road. Starke: lawn furniture
I dx, GREEN STAMPS I I dx GREEN STAMPS I I EXTR/ ; set chase! and two chairs.E. .
I* **M gvrat*0 *(** d'N .GREEN STAMPS _
IK iiivi*ia MtbraM twicitati wLB .
., F. Allshouse
*' 1
,01: "a. .
I J..., PLUMHOfSliced :11f1 > OLO OM SOUTM LACKBKAHV APPLKPIACH ;:11f1 >S.L. W.O .RAND LeAN ; Heights; Allie M. Terrlll! Leola
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Ham Cobbler' Ground Beet : .. -- Polk both of Starke; and Mary ,
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: 1 1 .dlJ...,.GREEN...... ..N.STAMPS... ....., I 1 <*Ail.*....GREEN.'...*tav..M STAMPS.,.njICH.II W : 1 1 .dw GREEN STAMPS ,> 12'os B.H.G. BANQUeT COOKING BAG MeAT JENS' SAUSAGE OR CHEESE PIZZA ::: :: '
:rll. -LB PAN.ftlOl .If. TWO' mnnWMOLC : N.TWO'uNC.FLA M..MONM 0" .ACUT.UP 1/ Orange Nip279MORTON < Items GLASS I
: .4/l. Pies..69
cueStrawberries ,'
: Shrimp' : d Fresh O*Fryers WHOLK 11 FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors i::
: .. .. ALL FLAVORSCream ::

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By Enxa Blanchard

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Easter Sunrise Service for
chinches of the Lawtey area
w111 be held at the parking lot
of the Lawtey Elementary
School at 6:30 am. Sunday.
The public Is Invited.
Lawtey Methodist Youth
Fellowship enjoyed a program
Wednesday night March 26.
consisting of rims of churches
and people of other countries.
Norman and Dean Traylor presented STORES
the films that their father .
who Is serving in the Navy
took while stationed in Morocco -'
Greece and England. .._ ._ ._. .-::-..... .._. .. -r:. STOCK
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The Methodist Men's Fellowship .... :.- ,..-'- .--
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of Grace United Methodist ,.,..,. ..-........ ----; -'" .-. .:;,: ---
Church met last Monday and ..".._....; :..--- ...... .....-..- .--: --- .-- UP

the ned a ten chicken members barbecue present dinner plan- -" ;:;"- :- srtLI. 1 NOW

for May of a 24. The film program concerning consisted -'.;:;- DOLLAR ALL STORES r t 1 1!

church public relations. Follow. := KING SIZE CLOSEDEASTER
ing the meeting and program.the .....\OIn. DEL MONTE ITr
men enjoyed coffee and : : 1 1'
t e

doughnuts.Homecoming at Highland! JiMa "' SUNDAY "s'
Baptist Church on Sunday. CATSUP \
March 23. was a great success
with. approximately 500 In attendance .
Rev. George Chism = No. Vt Can DEL MONTE
of Oluatee Baptist Church anda

guest former speaker pastor of at the day.Highland Another IP $

Harvey former of pastor Lawtey Rev.Baptist E C. ; FOR TUNA FISH 4/M./

Church and a group of his ,
members were present.< Other
churches represented were Beu-
lah. Laura Northside Heil. S.s. l-Lb. Con ALL GRINDS Limit I Coffee of Choice w/$3.or more purchase Exefud Cigarettes
bronn. Clay Hill and Long

Branch.Tampa the of choir Jacksonville.: and Music the the was Heard Servants furnished A family sing Quartet was by of- . :i ASTOR COFFEE 49,

enjoyed in the afternoon made 1 1 l-Lb. Con ALL GRINDS Limit I Coffee of Choice w/$5.or more purchase Exclud.
up of groups from the various /

churches.Revival services began at' No, 303 Con ."MO"TECUT 5$1.FOLGERS COFFEE 59
Evergreen Baptist Church on : Beans ,
Sunday March 30, and will continue Green
through April 6. The
speaker is Rev. Jack Hall of .:: GOLD MEDAL PLAIN & S.R. (Limit one with $5.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes)
Green Cove Springs. The public :. .. : No. 301 Con DEL MONTE CS 00. ......

is invited. -:--: :::;: Corn..5/l .. ..
'CHURCH SCHEDULES : : ;w' W.K. .-.. 5 49#
Grace United Methodist: Sun lAG
day School. 9:45: a.m. and 7:30: .. ,,:: :: MONTE . .
Choir Practice and MYF
7 p.m..pm. Wednesday Abbie Harley :; Glo ss DEL ALL FLAVORS 12-or.
Circle met Tuesday night of last peas5/
week at the home of Mrs. Eugene ii i5K"5/$1 CHEK DRINKS
Starling. The program was 15/$1./
presented by !Mrs. A. Q. Smith.: ""
First Baptist: Sunday School :

9(45 7:30 a.m.p.m Worship Training Union 11 a.m., 6 and:30. r-.... ..- ", ::";. -,:,::::",: ::'::::- :,,_':-:=-,.:. '-.-- Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday April 3-9
Midweek Service Wednesday ." _. _. ..-r -.. .: -- WINN.DIXIK' .TORcopyRIONTIeaaKING
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7:30.Church: '11111, /'// -- -o.- __ ..__.',
10 a.m.of God Worship: SundaySchool 11 ,1')1 -. ;., ;;- ';::; :: :';:;:::::';;:' =''

Wednesday.am. and 7:30: p.m. YPE 7:30: ( <' .:==;.:-, ::::::::;=::; :=::-"::;.;::..= -5'

Highland Baptist: Sunday f 't '-"=- ; ": :'.. :::..: -
School. 945; a.m. Worship 11 t -
am. and 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice ,.,: ; .;. .
Wednesday.. 6:30.: Prayer Meeting 7:30: ( SIZE TIDE Limit( one detergent of your choice; w,:5.00 or more purchase excluding' cigarettes) :::; .DOLLAR

Friends of Mrs. Bennett Wllklson r r MONTE FRUIT $
will regret to learn that No, 303 Can DEL .
.she is ill at her home.
We are pleased to note that KING SIZE ARROW (Limit one detergent your choice w/$5.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes) __
George Estes Is getting on as .
well as can be expected after -- ot .
surgery last week. DETERGENT 89
Robert Lee underwent surgery ;; HALVES 5\.ICEO
on Monday In Methodist . ; DEL MONTE $1

Hospital Recent visitors Jacksonville.of Mrs. J. L. PINEBREEZE GRADE "A" FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE MEDIUM -. ?;:. 3 / .

Wainwright were Jack Wainwright PeachesBuffet . .
and children of Way- ..
cross Ga. and Mr and Mrs. EGGS..2 DOZ. 89, : ..

Frank Jacksonville.Mrs. Wainwright. and childrenof ::-:."..:.:--..... Con DEL MONTE
8$1 ...
Ernest Wells and Mrs. OLD MILWAUKEE = / ,'
Linnle Gilchrist were visiting =::: Sauce
their sister Mrs. Ruth Barth- :
low in Middleburg on Tuesday BEER 6-PK. 99' t om. :-;."
()f last week. They were Saturday 12-oz. .- .:::-
visitors of Mr and [Mrs. ... I $
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N. B. Blocker in Lake City and ", C-
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Mrs. Catherine Blocker Joined LMONTPNEAPbThk .
them :In a tour of Stephen Fos- .
ter Memorial at White Springs. uoi CRACKIN'< < BOX One Por", LADIES f -i
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyett *
and children .spent the weekend Cookies. 4/$1 Nylon Hose 39 I
with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bird OEL MONTE
In Valdosta, Ga. l'db' DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH, ; 75 Q VANITY' FAIR 3 Ply DINNER Nm 3D3 Con 5 / $1.-
Friends are pleased to learn
that S. Cpl. Wayne Hardee has: Bread.249 Napkins. 39 fr- '
returned to the United States . Tomatoes .
and Is receiving further treat :
ment in the Naval Hospital: in _x
Philadelphia Pa. Mr. Hardee Rolls :::: : DEL MONTE '
visited h's' son last week and . 2/39 Tissue 5I.DIXIE .. Ho. 303 Can -
found him getting on satisfac . :: :::::.:: .

torily. DARLING Ql,. KRAFT ,r. t h. .-
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of
Jackson Ala spent Saturdayto Honey Buns 29* Mayonnaise 59* : ':?::
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. r ...._ ,..: .::- :
H. E. Priest. Sunday visitors -' -... --.---:-:-:" '-- .-,
were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams .'--' : -
: of Wellborn Air. and ;' ':::;. 5' '-::::" -:::== ;::
Mrs. George Summerlln of Lake '1// 11111 : .
... /' ""Iil//, -::-:;:-- ---
City and Mr. and Mrs. Marie DRAWING .-
Starling of Starke. F4J1 "
Sunday visitors of Mr. and -

Mrs. E. J. Raulerson were her ._. .._.. ........ ...-.. .. .. ...."---"I.- "'.!..' .....W.'_" '" ......
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. -

Russell John Will Tyson of Jackson Mr.. and and Mrs.CliffValdosta : 118 WEBER covered w W i:. l EX.TRA.d7l..GREEN. STAMPS W.atr r ( EX.--AA.dy(Y.MItwN.GREEN.STAMPS.,, K..N K ;:1/1EX.A.lt./ I dx w! ..GREEN*.. STAMPS '1

of Tampa.Paul awalw Gwaaw OwaN .e OX CAN .
U-OZRealemon 11t. 1 e-or CANt
eTANr[ .TAM PF 1/AAIPa .
Lunch of Waycross, Ga. Juice WID RQOdOrOnf : WIZARD' CVZRHRCCNBath
was visiting! Mr. and Mrs. B. BARBQUEKETTLES t 1000 T""U ArRIL, 2 w1. .II Deodorant
E. Reddish on Sunday. : Yt ... ......_._... __ Ara aooo.TNRIAPRII. .,,, e ::1 OOO,THRU." .APRIL' 1 1
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips ... ... ... '
Sunday and sons dinner! of Jacksonville guests of Mrs.were O. 1 ;' EXTRA.1-- I; EXTRA ; EXTRA r-: ; EXTRA

J. Phillips.Mr. :, dx WfWMt GREEN f.YNN STAMPS W-....M .on dx M.YKN GREEN iMW STAMPS KW W r I I .oO'...GREEN N.I...r M STAMPS W......N r I I .oO'd71 GREEN...... STAMPS. ''
and Mrs. W. C. Hardee L. .... ,..oo WO"TH 0. J ..OI. CAN. WIZAftO, OT. lxlr .1 01.xlr.
were In Callahan recently for a ONE IN EACH WINN.DIXIE ; 1 W carter Candy 1rRIN0 OUOUCTDeodorant [RAIZO : T[**ASZO
-_ : .
visit with his brother-in-law and : 7:41. eOOD TMKO APHIU 1 = 2' ; 1 /1. Cleaner ,

sister Vanzant.Mr. and Mrs. Oscar' DRAWING SAT. APRIL 12th .: ..........I7._..............._.._-.W..-.......... :'....-....W."....OOO......;:THRU....M.._._.APM'L........f)...t........................".......PHIL-......,..1... .' ...1LS.......'...000............,TMHU......-....APHIUPRICES ....,.'..,... .'

Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Terrell
and eon of Gainesville visited
Mrs. Joe Dorko last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williams
and Miss Gladys Williams of GOOD ALL WEEK
Jacksonville were Saturday visItors STAYN
Williams.of Mr. and Mrs. Harry'

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Swimming Fun, But It PaysTo and guarded areas and even Jn JW.ng ;since last summer, take it Natural resources serve all Fish management includes a
shallow backyard wading pools. easy at first. citizens The management and constant war on water pollution,
NEWSAnn Know What You're DoingWith "Mere seconds of Inattentioncan Wait at least an hour after conservation of resources cost water weed controls fish stock- .:
be fatal," the Red Cross eating before swimming and money. The expense Just as Ing, boat ramps, research, man '
the swimming season. .system. warns. don't swim when overtired or the benefits should be sharedby agement of present waters and :.
Swimming lessons
alt made Easter baskets which nearly on us, it might be help- also offered at Keystone are Other swimming 'safety tips overheated. all. creation of new waters. ,,

were displayed! in the Just com- ful to stop and check over Heights.All are: -Make certain that reaching
pleted County Fair and is donating .some of the precautions advised who don't know how to -AlWayS, swim with a companion Holes) buoys, and elmlllar res- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
them for the hunt; Roy by the Red Cross swim should take advantage of cue equipment are readily
Burnham, Carp's DepartmentStore First of all, it helps to know these courses as the number of -Swim in a \sate place. (Stay available at your swimming
donated six stuffed an- how to swim Nearly 60 per drownings has Increased In away from the area immediately area. Starkr IMiono 96 1-6200
imals to be given to the prize cent of Americans who drowndo each of the last three years for in front of the diving board
because have fallen and do not swim near piers or -Don't depend on an Inflated 173-3176:
winners. Our thanks to these so they which records are complete Kcjslont'/ ghtsPhol1t'
Into the water accidentally, pilings. Irmertube or toy to hold you
people. accidentally 1064-66. During 1968 water fatal-
-Before diving make sure up. They may collapse or ,slip
to Red
need to completethe according ities
Now all wo reached the 7,000 mark.
event is all you boys and Cross. Bradford County School Next and this aimed primar the water Is deep enough and away from you.Whenever MENTAL sinvicisHospital : :I:

girls of this: community. Systems does offer a basic ily at parents watch small there are no .hidden objects. a storm -

fret: yi.i, i>! 10 a.m rldy.errr:!; enrolled swimming in course the local for students schoolrrerr children whenever they are a- markings In pools, before check entering.If the depth get out of the water-approaches ; IIwNN; .6er1I; i r'r (Crutches: '
round water,
even in supervised it is a conductor of lightening.
I you have not been swim-
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Miller, who has been i i i I

conducting the Women's Exer SAVE 161 LB U.S.D.A. AI I
cise Class for the Starke RccieRtion I 'A' : i GRADE I
Department, was presented II
a silver tray in appreciationfor FOOD I
her volunteer efforts.! The i ''s

tray"To Ann was Miller engraved SUmnastics: as follows Instructor : I! II

ation Department.': 19G8-69. Starke Thanks.Recre-" LARGE i i

Registration Is continuing for I 11 F/VI RSUPERMARKETS
boys ages 10. 11, & 12 who de- I
sire to participate! in the 19G9! ___ I I
I 11
Bantam Boys Baseball Procram. -
Those who will reach I II EGGS I I
their 10th birthday by August I 11 I
I. 19CO. and boys who will not
turn 13 on or before August 1, I BROAD BREASTED I' I
1060! arc fllglble to play in this IIi I
league Practice for these boys I
will begin: Monday April 7, 4 DOZ.
i II
p.m. at the Pratt Street Ball I 16 TO 22 LBS 'fes// i '

scheduled Park.EASTER The for league EGG Saturday IIUNT opening May Is 3. i i I IN CTN I I

The Starke Recreation Department I I I Merchants ti

nual Easter will Egg conduct Hunt Friday Its An-, I c: I I ; FREE BRCLTi TAMP 3I TOO! ;

April 4. at 10 a.m. at West Side I I'
Park Softball Park. All boys I 11 I
and! girls from toddlers through C I
grade 5 are invited to Join in I I I .
the fun of hunting for the LB II I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY I
brightly colored egg!!. The children I I I THRU WEDNESDAY APRIL 9th. I

.separate will age be divided groups:into((1)) three Tod- I QUICK FROZEN 1 I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I

dlers through ages 4; ((2)) Ages Ii
5. 6. & 7; ((3) Ages 8 through


their parents in helping hunt
the Cgg::;. The following persons RIBROAST ENGLISH CUT PORK LOINCHOPS
Dud businesses:; are helping to( ROAST
imki (the hunt a success::; for
(the children] : Bradford! F, cd FULLY
Inc. of Starke Is donatinr, 115
dozen eggs; Mrs. Robert FirthTHERESSA 5
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#1 NO
LB CAN 1.=.qMcE

By DorothyBBs
Phone 473-4518

Sunday School 10 a.m.: Morning RICOTTACHEESE >..
Worship 11: Training Union -
fi:30: p.m.; Evening Worship : .:
7:13: ; Wednrsday evening
Prayer Service. 7:30: with choir ROLLS12Q
practice afterward. 5-1.99
New Life Bible Club
Meetings of the New Life Bible
Club for students in grades 1
through 6. are held each Mon-
day after school in the mobile
"Children's Chapel" at Hope
Baptist! Church

Mr. siml! Mrs. Percy Sullivan ROSEDALE
of Palntka: and Mr. and Mrs. FREESTONE / PORKLUNCHMEAT
Ronnie Mundorff of Starke were TOMATO

Miand Sunday van. afternoon Mrs. Cleveland visitors SiUlt-of SAUCE PEACHES TOWELS I PINEAPPLE

Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Bell and 29oz
daughters of Quitman, Ga., were GIANT 29ox CANS 12ox
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. NEW! 4/I ROLL? IN SYRUP HEAVY 3/I CANS lA.5ozPKG

P. C. Mabry at Lake Geneva. Soi CAN
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham
Jr. of Salt Springs were Thursday -
evening visitors! of Rev i

and Sunday Mrs !Merle visitors Faekham.of Mr. and I CHASE & KING SIZE I

iMrs.: E S. Sibley were Mr. and i 'GALL
Mrs. Warren Youngblood of St, i :!
Petersburg: Mrs. Charles Johns PURPOSE
and little Chris of Starke; and I SANBORN GAIN OR
Mr.. and Mrs. Jesse Lee 1
of Palntka visited Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Hall on Sunday.Mr. COFFEE
and Mrs. Malcolm Adams 1 J!

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnson I "N .,ioa I ,J reP !
Rev and Mrs Merle Packham, \ NE
and! Mr. nnd Mrs. George Payne I
enjoyed dinner Friday eveningat : Chase. I
the PJ 'ne's cabin on Paradise -
Lake. I Sanborneo LB 59 1 1
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Mr. and: Mrs. Bill Phillips n CAN
were in Mddleburg! Sunday y
afternoon to see the progress !in
the construction of their new F
home, which they expect to be LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER j f SAVE UP TO 44! I't
completed in about two weeks. 1
Lori.! Jason and Todd Mills of
Atlantic Bench spent the week-
end with their! grandfather 6.65
Harold( :Mills; aunt, Miss! Doro-
thy Mills\ ; and cousins! Mr and a.1 OR CREAM STYLE DEL MONTE

Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr and ORANGE GRAPE t
Rusty. On Sunday they were ,
Joined by Mr. and Mrs. Harold OR
MilLs. Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. PACKED Y STOKELY'S I I t 1 / "
Percy Sullivan Sr. "Fish and FRUIT PUNCH l'
Fixln's" for a fish dinner were
provided by the Sullivan Srs. :as 6/l /
kr ; 46oz
the result fishing of! an trip extremely Saturday successful 17oz CANS CANS 4/l ,

Birthday Dinner
Children and grandchildren of
Mrs Price Fisher gathered at
her home Sunday for a covered
dish family dinner In obser- IHINGrHOM FIOHIDA
vance of Mrs Fisher's 75th J KINO SIX I ENRICHED

besides Mr. and Mrs. Fisher 5
were Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Gnann Mrs. Chester Searle, POTATOES
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Dickln-
eon "Mr and Mrs. Norman Red-
ding Jr of Tampa Plenn 16oz 6oz 2OOX
Gnann. Jan and Duane Searls. CAN CANS
and Eddy, Chuck and Chantel

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Keystone / NEWS NOTES


r By JIM Hi/iteSl By Helen Eian

Please Phone in Your 1 By Joyce Rower

IT. ,
sponsored by the Keystone We had a most unexpected
Easter' Fcod & Bake Sale Woman's Club meets week i ., C
Heights Two Easter services will be visitor at our home last ,
will be .held Saturday' April 5, at the: who was
every Monday night held In the Community Church, a Japanese .student
starting at 9 am., at the post clubhouse. at 7:30.: These sessions the first at 8:30: a.m., and the touring the United States for

office, with Mrs, John Bird< <
chairman.The all bridge enthusiasts 0 are Invited Holt, pastor emeritus will off- Shigekl Kato and he n t"ss
regular business meeting to attend. iciate. Sunday School will be Kansas University In Hirakta

of the Woman's Club will be Last week's winners were as held at 9:40: In the educational City. Japan. He became acquainted .

held at 2 pan. Tuesday April 8,. follows: First :place with 23 building. A nursery will with .sister Carol when r

<\\n the clubhouse. ,points, Mr. and Mrs. Fremont. be provided for all services. she was an exchange student .
Mrs. Ralph Barker, Chairman:! Tolles; second place with 19 1-2 Election of Church Women there last summer. He visited

of the Keystone Area Cancel points Mr. and Mrs. Hardy; officers for the 1969-70 year her In Arkansas and she suggested -
will be held at the general he visit when he was
Crusade, sponsored: by the Wo.man's third place with 18 1-2 points us
Club, reports that her Mrs. Bill Terry and ,Jim Fox; meeting on.April 7 at 7:30 in Florida.I .
The Nominating Committee Pi
p.m. chattered away to him
volunteers. are already at work.
and fourth place with 17 points. will present the follow-
and he smiled politely
The drive will continue through Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. A. afternoon
ing slate: President Mrs. Roy and said "yes." It was later
April. Lowry. Turknett; 1st Vice Presidentand that I realized that he did not
The first letter to prospective< FIRE COLLEGE: Program Chairman. Mrs.
speak English well, and probably
exhibitors in the annual Kty Members of the Keystone Walter Grolick; 2nd Vice President didn't understand a word "

stone on Parade Art Show will Heights Volunteer Fire Depart and Missionary Chairman 'that I said.

be mailed within a few weeks., ment are attending annual Fire Mrs. Barry Wyman Secretary, He showed us slides that h Ie

If there are any local artists College this week. The group is Mrs. Don Wallace; Treasurer, had taken of the group Carol

and craftsmen who were not meeting for three hours each Mrs. M. R. Bowen. was with, and other slides of
contacted last year and who President Project proposals were recommended Interestin
evening, according to by the Executive temples and places of
would like to enter this yeai-j most inter-
Huntley Redfearn. Board at Its meeting on March Japan. It was a
show send ycur name ail address The course is designed to Improve 24 for presentation to the me- esting and educational visit. Nn

to AI"s.: Henry Schuber, the fire-fighting efficiency mbership for approval. Thursday was the day of the

Box 166, Keystone for the local volunteer< fireman Receipts from the World Day Annual Meeting of Clay Electric -

It will be a no jury. no prizes; It U not a mandatory attendance of Prayer totaled$57.42. which Co:Op. in Keystone. And as usual

show again, for pros and amateurs but members have been will be used to aid in pro- many people from Melrose

during KOP .Week, July encouraged to attend regardlessof jects of the International Com- were there for the festivities.
112. Inclusive. the previous. schools they mittee. Due to the interest Some of them were lucky enough -ww

This will be the third art show have attended. and cooperation of St. William's to win some of the prizes

sponsored by the Woman's Club. President Redfearn said that Catholic Church clergy and women that were given away. Those\
in the World Day of Prayer who won were: Robert R. Clare
Mrs Henry Schuber. publicity being
first aid classes are now
an invitation has been extended Oster and ice 4
opener t
chairman .said: "Last year the month. Additional an can .-
schedulad for this .
to all churches to .
crusher combination; Mrs. C. .
show drew mere than 400 visi details will be given ( .
meet next year atSt.WUliam's.FELLOWSIIIP A. Ford, a slicing knife; Ernest ; .
tors.< Let's top that number this later. '
Whitney a toaster: Mrs. Pearl:
year." HIGH SCHOOL GOLFERS CLUB Wlngenbach. a portable mixer; ......

ST. WILLIAM'S DEFEAT GREEN:" COVEA and Ernest Bartlett, an electric
There will be no bingo game four man golf team of local The month covered: djsh luncheon tray. '

on Good Friday, April 4. Games high school students defeatedthe meeting will be held on Mr. and Mrs. Dick Logsdonand -
will be resumed on Friday Green Cove Springs High April 10 at 12:30: p.m. in the children of Orlando spent l ,

April 11. School golf team on Thursday, Masonic Hall.HOMEMAKERS. last weekend with her parents,, ?

A meeting of the Catholic (March 20, at the Keystone Golf CLUB Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson; \
Council of St. William's will be & Country Club. and other friends and relativesIn \

held Wednesday, April 9, follow Local participants) Included The Keystone Heights Club Melrose. -, :, ...

ing the 7 pjn. mass. All par Jeff Batts Marshal Gallop assisted In the mixing of cold Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abell recently r 0' j.. :

ishioners are asked to attend. Chris Zowarka and David Ennis. slaw for the Clav Electric annual spent a week in Natchez btleu -..! 4p

GOOD MONTH:" TO RETURN Jeff Batts was low la the tournament \ meeting last Thursday. Miss. While there they visitedthe 'f 4i

BOOKS with a 44. Other clubs of the Clay County Natchez Pilgrimage of old 1 )

The month of April will be On Friday, March 28, the local council cut the 600 pounds of homes. 't 4-t1\-

Amnesty Month at Clay County teach lost to the golf teamat cabbage at the extension off- Airman Gilbert L. Buz, son \ _.
Libraries. There will be no the Fernandina Golf It Country ice in Green Cove Springs. of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M
Preparation of the slaw was Buz, is serving aboard the at- '
charge for any overdue books Club. Marshal Gallop! entered -
completed at the Salvation Army tack aircraft carrier USS Tlcon- -
returned during this .month. the low score for Camp on Bedford Lake. Mem deroga during its fifth tour of r -
(Now is the time to bring In all Keystone: team with Ills 45.Members bers giving their
services were duty in the Western Pacific.
overdue bocks that of the team who participated -
those long Mrs. Clarence
Davis Air ,
president Force Sgt Paul Chlappi- Lions
you thought you couldn't affordto at this tournament included ; Mrs. Emily Ison, Mrs. nl, son of Mrs. Mary Chlapplni 1'. .. Keystone
return. Marshal Gallop Chris Yvonne Dazey Mrs. Margaret has been decorated with the -

DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB Zowarka, Jerry Leino, Thomas QuaglIano, Mrs. Mltta Loe- Bronze Star at Wlesbaden AirBase 0

The Duplicate Bridge Club Hawes and Jeff Batts. !beck, Mrs Lucy Finley, Mrs. Germany for meritorious And Lionellas
Coach Roy Baylisa. is sponsorfor Marion Wilson Mrs, Ruby Coo- service while engaged in mili

; the'local team. pack;vMMlMIMMMMlMJapan. J tary operations against Viet

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS ROTARY CLUB Cong forces. He's a graduate of
Clay Electric REA ManagerE. Melrose High School. His wife, Frolic/ For Funds

T. Martin was guest speakerat Delores and their three \sons .l
the Keystone Heights Rotary Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Cloran, lived in Melrose last year while

Club on Friday ,afternoon. of East Liverpool, Ohio: were he was stationed In Vietnam. A laugh-filled musical review Ing songs, dances and cost- Another highlight of the fun Haynes.
Martin gave a resume of the ,recent guests of their former Incidentally, if anyone Is in. entitled "The Birth of a Nodon" umes of the flapper era. Fea- fest was a"City Council"meet- Added fun was Interspersedin

trip to Atlantic Beach, where neighbors and friends. Mr. and ,terested in getting a puppy, I was presented toa crowded tured in the chorus line were Ing where the well known the program by George Sch-

DIRECTORYRABY'S local beauty contestant Miss Mrs. and Phil Wright, of Lake. have. a rather large supply at house last Friday and Sat- Brenda Carr, Sharon Jones. topics of airport leasing, "loose aeffer as a Pitchman, Miriam
in the National view Drive. my house. OUT dog presented urday night by the Lions and Sharon Morgan, Pauline Pro- dogs," and other civic problemswere Cantrell as his victim, and Tom
Lovorn participated Ui with eleven recently andwe'd Lionellas of Keystone Heights. kopowicz, Madeline Crosier. given the laugh treatmentby Bryant as the cop coming to
Associa Ernie Wldegxen
and Mrs.
Rural Electric Net profit from the two per
Lucille Massa "councilmen" SharonJones the Lou Miller
love to get rid of them. Kittly McGlave rescue. con-
AUTO tion's Annual Beauty Contest. and daughter, Suzie, ,are visiting formances was estimated at between and Linda Wharton. Kitty McGlave. Helen Wild tributed her popular impersonation -
They collie
are part and
SERVICE ART SHOW SCHEDULED Mr. and ,Mrs. Whitey Haynes of knows what else. goodness three and four hundred Climax of the show was a Mary McKee Lucille Massa of Minnie Pearl of Grand
River Junior, College Lake Geneva.Mr. dollars and will be divided between -
St John's DUPLICATE BRIDGE beauty review featuring mem- Dlna Redfearn Betty Zowarka, Old Opry fame.
Complete Auto RepairsAir of Palatka is sponsoringi and Mrs Frank Pennantof Winners last week of the Mel the two organizations for bers of the ballet In evening and real councilman ]Hay Mrs. Janet Lamm was pianist -
Conditioning Repairs tri-country art show for all Beaver Falls, Fa. and Mr. use on their projects. gowns. With the field nar- Winans. for the occasion, and Char
adults residing in Clay, Putnamand and Mrs. Ike Ankney of New rose Duplicate Bridge Club Biggest hit of the show was rowed down to four finalists. The Keys tone Kloggers coun- lie McGlave served as masterof
&: Automatic Transmission were Mrs B. A. Allen and iMrs. the Beefeaters Ballet featur-
counties on April Brighton: Pa. were recent guestsof Shorty Miller was selected Fri- of ceremonies and narrator.
Johns music composed
St. J. try group
Service W. Foster 1st place; Mrs.C. ing the toe dancing talentsof
day night by audience The Lions and Lionellas
Rev. and Mrs MJton.J. Scripture Joe Benson, Hubert White, Ter- -
and 10. .
9 W.
PHONE 473-4404 Hardy and Mrs. R. P. John Beidler,Whitey 11aynes,
reign as Queen, Geo- appreciation to the ,
held in of Lake Brooklyn.Mr. King and Joe Wlldt were
be ,
The show will Vogh. 2nd Allen Miller Bill Smith ry
Little Lake Bedford place: Mrs. F. J. Leo- rge Massa Leonard Jones and both Inside and outside of the
the outdoor areas of St Johns and Mrs. Lester Sheetswill Cloran and Mrs. E. P. Wright, nard Jones, George Massa, Ed John Beidlar as runners up. warmly received by the aud- organizations, who contributedIn
Junior College. Any adult In the return to their home in Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs. Prokopowlcz, and Jim Zowarka. Saturday night's audience chose ience, and a big hand also any way to the success of
BEAUTY SHOP New Brighton, Pat this week, Ray Another popular number was greeted Kyle McMurtry, Jr.,
trl-county area Is invited to Starnei. tied for third Jim Zowarka as "Miss Keyhole Tiny Tim and this show which may becomean
Impersonating ,
following winters stay at their placeMrs W. J. the Mod Modern Millies featur- "
:participate in the program. Grolick and Sights. soloists Ann Baker and Naomi annual event.
KEYSTONEBEAUTY There Is no limit to the numberof home on Lake Brooklyn. Mrs. Zoe Terrv. 4th place.

paintings or crafts which Arthur Sheets ,and children, PTA NEEDS HELP
SHOPEDITH ber next year and would be in. book entitled, "Favorite Recipes Den 5 led with a skit about
the individual artist may enter. Carla and Lee, have been guests Sounds like a broken record, Cubs wore Indian costumes tnac
JOHNSON Owner Each artist must furnish his of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. but the Executive Officers of terp ted In rvlng on a com- From Country Kitchens they had made in their Den Indians and Pilgrims.Den .

Personal and Creative Hair 6tylta own props, and signs for the Individual Lester Sheets, for the past the PTA are still looking for mittee or helping In any way Casseroles, Including Soups." meetings. 3 followed with an auth- .
JErery: Form of Beauty week. volunteers to help with the workof you can contact her at 475-1 ii9! It features 2,000 casserole and enc! Indian dance.
Culture d&pla.ys.Please the or me at 4713-r192.: / She is' especially soup recipes from extension "
TuM.-8at. 9-&; closed Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scripture Spring Festival. If you/
Monday, reserve your space cru- would like to volunteer please interested in new members homemakers. The price is $2,SO
early by calling Mrs. Olivia Lay are attendingCampus contact Mrs. Gene In In the community who misfit! and it Is available from all
Conclave at Yale Lake Brantley
SJRJC, Extension 214, or home sade be
BUILDING MATERIAL Grandin willing to help but might not members.
or you can contact
HARDWARE phone 23 -7370 at night). this week. Their son, Rev. a. If you live In the Melrose me be contacted by her or her BOOSTER CLLRThe ,
Cash prizes of $50, $20 and $10 Scripture of Hamilton, Ohio, We would like to helpers. Interlachen Booster Club
BROOKLYN will be awarded for first, sec will return with them from the successful carnival and this to do a CASTER SERVICES met last week at the School.
ond and third place winners in crusade for a short visit. The main topics of conversationwere
this we will! need help There will be a community
SUPPLY HOUSELumber each of the following categories: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tullyof Mrs! Harry Dorman. PTA Sunrise Service at the Melrose the upcoming banquet and

Plywood Builder's oil and acrylics water color Conneticut were recent guests! present! for next year Is trying Beach on Melrose Bay, Easter the variety show.
Hardware Rooting Shectrock graphic, ceramics and sculptures of Mr. and Mrs. Ty Garber of to get her staff organized morning at 6:30: a.m. The Ser The guest speaker for the

Paneling Paints Insulation and mixed media Including Nelson's Point. Mr. and Mrs. If you plan to be' a PTA m*>m- vice is being sponsored by area banquet will 'be Billy Bennett.
Tools Electrical & Plumbing: hangings and collage. Judging: Tully were enroute to their churches and local ministers Twenty-five Jackets will be given

Supplies. will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday home following a visit with their will be in charge. to football and basketball.

Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886 April 9. son in Guatamala. PERSONALSA Friday, April 4, the Adult boys and eight letters to the _

Any object or painting whichIs Mr. and Mrs. R. Norman Sun- and Youth Choirs of Ellam Baptist cheerleaders.Mrs. I

CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR for sale should be marked derland Sr., oJ: Wilmington, group of friends of Mrs. will present an Easter Beverly Jenkins reportedthat
with the price. \AU objects Dsla., were recent guest of their Mltta Loebeck gathered at her Cantata:; entitled "Hallelujah the variety show was com-

should have the name of the son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Crystal Lake home to visit with What a Savior." It will be held ing along fine. Fourteen acts r

CONCRETE PRODUCTS artist, address and telephone and Mrs. R. N Sunderland.Miss her house guest Miss Mar- at the Church and will begin at have been chosen for the show. 1
CALL OR SEEEdward's Kay Sunderland was' garet Hammer of St. Louis, T:30: p.m. There will be singing, dancing
number on the back.
home for the spring break from on March 26. Refreshmentswere Faith Presbyterian Church! readings, a folk comedy, and
Building HERE N' THERE
served by the hostess to will hold Maundy Tl1ur.>dayCommunion the School Choir will also perform -
Mrs. Lon Rushton Is visiting FSU, last week. the honoree and
Supply Inc. Emily Is on, Service on April 3 .
.her parents in Holly Hill S. C. Mrs. Les Stephenson and Hazel Davis, NeWeSmith Gordon at 7:30: p.m. There will also bea The Booster Club is still selling -
726 S. MAIN 372-4844 this week. She will meet her members of her .home economy Baker, Beta Sherman and "Interlachen Rams"
special Easter Service at the car
Gainesville, Florida classes from Interlachen attend. Nell Grayson.Mr. .
husband in Statesboro Ga.. Church Sunday morning. tags. They are available
ed the FHA conference in Jacksonville and Mrs. Royal Shultis
where they will attend the Inauguration There will be a Celebrationof through Booster Club members.
RU'asERY over the weekendMrs. of Sun Prarle. Wis., who
of Dr. J. O. Edisonas spent Holy Communion at Trinity BROWNIES
Watkins of California winter at their nephew's homeon
president of Georgia South Melrose Brownies
Episcopal Church Sunday morn participa
O.C. Carnes Nursery ern College. Dr. Eldson !la Mr. Pat and Miss Lavinla days Spring visit Lake from,"Mr.enjoyed a few ing at 11. Jack Janes will be ted in Brownie Day at Morning.

Thousands plants Rushton's first cousin. Watkins of Westcheater. Pa. are Paul Foss of Reedsburg and Mrs.Wls. guest' soloist. aide Park in Gainesville last
visiting Mrs. Margaret Howe weekend.
We read in FrankMatey's HOMEMAKERS CLUB
on their return north from
Trees their
Fruit Trees-Shade column where local golfer and family this week. winter home In Zephyrhills. The Melrose HomemakersClub Those attending from Melrose J'IFind the Answer at

Evergreens Johnny Martin finished in. sec ''Mrs. Ray Chance has received Mrs. Foss .Is Mrs. Shultis' held it's regular monthly Included, Crystal pace, Cheryl
Camellias & Azaleas ond place in the amateur division word that construction is be. sister. meeting last week. It was announced Poppell Robin Dougherty Ann

MOST ALL IN CANS < in the Subic Open, Philippines ing completed on the apartment Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pratt that there would be a Ftalayaon. sherry Frevost. KEYSTONE STATE BANK

PLANT ANY TIME last week. This week hem which she has purchased in and daughter, Rita and son, Dress Revue at the next meeting Joyce Stevens. Martha and

Beautiful Roses *.? xomnBting. for prizes In Washington. Mrs. Chance Is preparing Gary, flew down from their Members were asked to Mary Ann Singleton and Lisa When the problem is financial the answer fo here!
to leave within the next home In Bamboo Wig to visit wear something that they had Bass. Cathy Poppell. Junior \Ve offer complete bunking services, from Checkingand

LandscapingUSED DRAGLINE WORK six weeks. She will be greatly Mrs. Pratt's parents Mr. and made to the meeting. Scout, assisted. The girls were Savings Accounts to low-cost Loans to meetyour
CARS BULLDOZINGEARTH missed by her many friends. Mrs. Shultls. On May 7 there will be a accompanied ,by Mrs. Barbara ,
Glad to report ,that Blll Der- Mrs. Ella Gerst mother of Dress Review for all the Home- Smith. Mrs. Bill Poppell. and need!!!.

Used Cars MOVING mody is now at home followinghis Mrs. Geneva Chab, has returned makers Club members in Ala- Mrs. D. E. Pace
Hanks CALL recent confinement in the to her home In Kentucky chua County at the recreation Last week the Brownies en-
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Gainesville. after spending several weeks center in Gainesville. Mrs. Mar Joyed a visit to Col. and Mrs KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
VA Hospital
TERMSBUY Big Chief HeavyConstruction of Central Flo. with her daughter In KeystoneClub garet Robbing is In charge of Ralph Stevens' garden.
Robert Pater P.DJ.C.
Estates. arrangements for tne Melrose SCOUTSCub Ke1Stoae Height, FU.
SELL I Inc. rida Academy is home for a Sympathy Is extended to Mrs. Scout Pack
Club. 109 held
All members are Invitedto It's "Your
0 RT. I, BOX JO visit! witch his parents Mr. Shultis In the loss of her sister. participate. monthly pack meet Tuesday. Friendly Bank la Your Friendly:
Hal 100, 8 Mlleg S. Stone Palatka; and Mrs. Dan Pater of Nelson'sPoint. Mrs. Lydia Sells of Madison, Homemaker Club membersare March 25. Theme for the meetIng C4ulty."

0t Win currently selling a cook. o was "Indian Lore." The
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Joyce Barton and enjoyed an spent Sunday with Otis Melton FAIR EVALUATION

oyster roast. and his family in Hampton. My MEETING!: TONIGHTAn :

VOICE of theSPORTSMAN Mrs. D. M. Humphrey of :.Tall- parents visited my uncle, James L-rk

: ........ ahassee, 'visited her sisters Sullivan, In the hospital in Wll- evaluation meeting for the

ii"\ 1., ;( Mrs. Barrows
: '' trough] the first of the week. EUls in the hospital In Gaines- Springtime Festival will be held rgr-T1r. ni1
My MIKE CIIITTYPhone f Sunday afternoon Coburn and ville. 7:30: tonight (Thursday) in the .
475-2171 : 'm conference room at the Agri- .
: / Peggy Rain of Gainesville came Anita Williamson of Keystone -
.. J/ cultural Building. All officersand
over to Uie Jack (IMUlers, and visited! us Sunday night after directors of the Fair Association -
.oysters to roast. Carolyn from to Sails- L.
brough returning a trip as well as chairmen -
Hi, sports fans this is your and they caught 7 Bass and 6 Kelly and children! were also berry N. C.Now of the various fair committees. ._

ole rolling-fisherman with news Specs. Visiting the Millers Monday. \ here's Leon are urged by the president, ,, I.---. 3.b.d,..,. OUORD vtjIE, _.__ -
for you. :I guess. we'ie seeing RO" Griffin caught !9) Has
Lou Miller took her sister. Car. LEEON'S: CORRXER Frank Williams to attend.
how much truth there Is to that Thu1'Mlay'h11e he was suppovcdly edjn and children to catch a "The Sun"

old saying about March coming fishing for Shiners. He Jacksonville to --'--
plane from When the dew .starts glistening _
in like a Lion and leaving likea caught 4 Bass and 7 Specs Fri IMMIOIATICONsraUCflON
Ouantanamo Naval Base In In the morning Sun. hunting is big
Lamb. If you ask me. this day morning. The Specs were Fishing and
March has been a Lion all biting pretty good Friday Cuba, where they will stay You know that another, business. Sportsmen contributed M 0 RTG AGE

month and looks like it will night. Alan Grlflin: and Zack while her husband is stationed Day has begun. approximately $181.000.00000! ..

leave like It came in. For those Smith caught 33 on the beds. there. The Millers had a letter The Sun came out, to the economy of Florida in IVIONEV ITO

of you (if there are any) who Saturday Roy guided Jm! Irv- from Lou's sister Nell Thorne, So bright today 19C8. n eTANs

havcr't been out fishlnrc Ihl:. ing a.ndloon: Moore and they in Honolulu Hawaii saying To brighten things sip\ PAY LJ.LiLL YOU CAN BEAT THE RISING COST OF

month believe me. Hint wind caught 11 Bass the largest that her new baby had been As we travel our way. CITGO -Li,7' NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION !

]has really born cuUin' it. We weighing 8 pounds: 20) Specs in the hospital with pneumonia, When little children: out Jeff and T. C, Have ,desirable location money. Millions of dollars are available for new homes
went out last Saturday night. and one Jackfish. Roy took but it Is now. Play. .i
nnd Santa Fc looked like an Gerald and Aubrey Nash out Miller have spent the last two Or maybe for a swim available in this area. ... .. constructed by Jim Walter Homes. Get in on the

ocean. It was so rough till the for a few minutes Sunday weekends In Jacksonville help The Sun smiles down at them. Paid training program. O''CIS: IOCA"ONS'IN THI'OIiOWING -. savings.of material Build now and! Avoid labor the. .rising and realize costs

nnchor was dragging.: And you morning. and they caught 30 ing Mac and D tty McGowan Shining brightly as a gem. Financial assistance avail in increased
that's the last Jerry Redmond caughta Lou came Jackronvllle, Fla. "" .. tremendous savings
hotter know Specs. move( to Hllllard.! Whether you're a pretty little able. property values.

thing: :you need when you're mixed string of Specs and through once again with her lady, Excellent TI3A program. 32205 :=

trying to fish the beds. I have Bass. "Minnl Pearl" routine at the Or a big and brawny man. For further informationand P. O. Box 6248 INSTANT 100% FINANCING- qualified property owners.

hnd) if\cial reports from reliable Slim's Flsh-'N-Stuff (fKey- Lions Club Show In Keystone. The Sun is the best thing you'veseen interview 3281 W. Beaver
: confidential) Jim Walter will help you cut your new home cost even more by \1.' ,
that the Specs; are stone) reported several nice Phone: :.188-1583
voiiircs Friday and Saturday nights. please call 3769700, Gain- making I it possible for you to do some of your own .,.:.;.
it in LocVloo catches of Bass last week. Mr. .
really tearing up Smith is visiting .. ..
Mrs. H. T. When you've looking for >a rain. esville. interior finishing., You decide how much. Send for our 1, .
. ]10 1-4 Bass In Lake
The fishermen are report pound
Smiths, in Live Oak for a. few 32055()
ing catches of 50, (60, 70, 100 Johnson on Shiners. John Pope ing.And working to bring in the r.O.BOY(1:4::) A Cout>&& h5 01' /'"' "iTc": ] c. j '\
boat. I've of Jacksonville, caught a 10- days.Mrs. WANTEDGas l JIM .'r I
and more per
Specs rL? J I .
W. H. Hobby of Mershan 3030 E. Duval t flouee. : M '-"" "'
also had reports that the Bass pounder in Red Water Lake. meat. "::' g0g4 CidfageA, _,;'? ., ; ;.:. .";". .b.., r..' b.''d .'d I
Ga.., was visiting her brother You can't last long, U. S. 90 A Olustee I I P '' ....'. 'U.
sure very p'" 01 tv'd'r' o "
t j
.u i.
ore .stailinc; to' strike on plugsin Wilbur Watson! of Jacksonville sister-in-law Mr and Mrs. Station AttendantFull Phone: 7:>2-lhM: : Whin you think of* nw hotn* in ..."..9 d. ... c....... I
and When down that Sun I
Oianpr LOKI) But I haven'thart caught: a 12 pound 8 ounce upon you time. All fringe ben- NAME ._. .. I
Revels recently. -- --- -
; u rhancr to try them, so Bass. on a live Shiner. E. W. starts to beat. I ADDRESS____..._
hcurs good --
cuts -
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Argo and But when sitting ;out in good 32670Box93Il'h.6228ilS I
doii'1 !rrl tnr ;&'a that I'm tell The only report from Ship- you're Ocala Fla. | cur STATE.
ing from/ experience. If th'Ithc'r man's Camp (west shore Santa children ,and Mrs. Jimmy Faulkner the yard Pay call 782-9827 for 3001 S.PI' St 1, '.'
"'/ you cI forn'rmess, them up Fe), 1 h that the Specs were still and children of Macon Relaxing when day is done Personal Interview. : 4 Call, Write, or Stop' by: Today I .-. ......" .....d _________c...., )

_ _ '
visiting Mrs. Ruby _ - - -
they ihouM; ] do better and better being caught on the beds as of Ga., are You wonder how dreadful it

from now on. the weekend. Wolfe during Spring vacation. would be,

Griffin's Lodge (eatt shore of Well biys: RUP.SS that's 1 about Grandmother Copeland and' I It tomorrow there were no Sun .
Santa Fe) reported a slow week It for another -week. Looks like -- -- -

for bll.<;ln's'l.!'! but the fish were wouldn't! he too bud mi inca:
biting pretty good. Roy Griffin for its to pet out there nnd CARL BEGGS

fLshf-d alone Monday arid Tucs. check on those ra'cal Unlcii:
Gulf Service
day. and ctuislit ]10 Bass each that cool nnp) messed them up,

tiny the ]larRMt. welchlnc: : 6/2 they Fhoultl still be out by this ITSKD PARTS

pound*, and( the rest ranging u-ctkend: So urtll next week Top Prices for Wrecked' Cars

from I I'" to fi pound'' Wednesday I'll say "Goodbye and good 24 Hour Wrecker Service

Roy cii'tlfcl Mi Zellnoi" luck." Fuel Oil -

,...... _... ___..._4___ I I Used' Can
New Innerspringsand USED VACUUM cleaners re- -
and we can start enjoying our
E. LaRue SOl N. Waldo
George Hwjr.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES Box SpringsDrop cond tlor.ed! : $15 up. 10 different
lovely Spring A-eathcr. Well now. NEW AND USED 46S-IMS
INDIAN BEACH .'amp brands: to choo.qe from.
let's have a look at the news. Up to 1ft word ____- 1.20 Ui A Card or Call SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Parts & excellent repairs all.

Monday morning my uncle (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9106 & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of Fire Homeowner EUNICE NURSERYTomato
Santa Ff<< ) and aunt, Howard and LennyBradberry i MRS. PEGGY SMALLER LIFE & ACCIDENT egg plant & pepper
Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main Gaines.ville
IMJrhiopl! : If. ('hl'" Each word over IS __ .07 209 E. Adklne St.
boarded the bus plants. Petunia salvia coleua
1'h. 473-2171 I Expert Service On 376-7110. tfchg Keystone Height 473-492:
home for Oxford Ala., Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired & verbena plants. Geraniums.

_4''''___'_.'''_4'4______ after spending 11 days with us paid In advance ___. .35 Upholstered & Refinished All Makes DID YOU KNOW It's easy to.. I I, Blueberry plants pear tree &
Greetings friends and neigh. and catching fish. ''My mother, MATTRESSES REBUILT Plumbing Service own a Longcnamp Home? MEN WANTED Men cottage Ornamental shrubs. 2 miles! N.

bors from your rolling porter Cricket and Grandmother Cope. Memorials, Revolution I Starke, Agent Phone 964-7061 Better built for F i rda living parents age over 21. Starting. [ Lawtey on 301. turn at sign.

with news for you 1110< and land went to Wllliston Tuesday HASTINGS MATTRESS miRUANCE PUMP YOU plant or ours pry $295 month promotion opportunities .I Phone 782-3465. tfclgI !

'Rind and wind and ruin are afternoon, to spend the night '7 cent per word :>, & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. Your rn'd lot or ours. Contact Bu !in pay.and 8 regular hour day!increases S' 'I FOR SALE Motel In Bradford
the big words in the news. Late. and visit uncle James Sullivan phone .'
; my 710 Ltmon St. PaUtkaMEN POBox 238. Ptarke day meek sick leave vacations! County.. 12 units living area
ly our ole lake has been look- who is back in the hospital. CARDS OF THANKS -- I INSURANCEAT tf.-g state retirement. U Interested 10 acres 360 ft, front. No in-

Ing like & miniature ocean with Saturday morning: my 'I formation Call Ral.I .
BO words or Ieea ___- 3.00 REDUCED RATES please apply in person Per.soMel'| by phone
nice biz curls. Keeps up, we Ur.cle Roy Crenshaw of Gainesville AUTO. FIRE BOAT Manager Sunland Training Cen I I ford 431-1278 for appointment.

may be able to go surfing out came down to help my Each word over 50 __ .07 DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S ter. Gainesville Fla. I 4tp 4-3

here. With all that rain we've father Install an acoustical tile INSURANCE AGENCY An equal opportunity employ-I
had ole Santa Fe has really celling in our living room. OFFICIAL tchI' SUN SPORTS er. I MUST SACRIFICE-719 E. Laura -
II St. 2 bedrooms concrete
len rising. And all those waves Saturday evening Ross and INSPECTION: STATION I I! block. Low down payment balance -

]Iwve: given most of us new Jean Pierce of Gainesville! Open Dally 8 A.M.:: 5:30: P. M. : BAIRD I I MOORK BOAT TOR ED WAINWRIGHT $50 per month.

beaches changed on anyway.. came down and we all went Except Saturday 8-12 Noon 4 AGENCY BILL POWELL. Broker
Maybe things will fettle shortly. down to the home of Pete 'and HILL'S GARAGE Mobile Homes I :' P: For All Your 'I; 964-6464

__ __ NEW and USED Insurance NeedaSpecializing
----- --u. Keystone Heights Truck load discount prices in FURNITURE Refinishing up-
Telephone 473-4465 P-10-12' Wide bolstering cabinet work anti
CASH Hunter Fishing: Boats by Ca-
NEED READY :Mobile Home InsurancePh.
r.ood Oualltv ques restored to their original:
FOR RENT: TV sets, baby Reasonably Priced ccl Craft 12' If S189.00 up. Starke 964.6818 beauty. Call\ C. E. Jackson. 1313Madison ]
beds elec. guitars amplifiers
St. Starke. Phone 964-
refrigerators;: day or week. DA. C.alresvfll: .. :n'V'7Q': !') I
Come Sec Usti7' 4-3
5370. 4tp
HMEH'S 964.7923. tf-chg : !Serviced. Guaranteed a-rt I FOR SALE Hay Coastal WANTED: Used Wrinsrer-Wadi-\ ,I

Delivered III Starke Area and Bahia, highly fertilized no er. Will pay cash or take In FOR RENT: Small furnished

4 We make loan for TRAILER LOTS iq L NO EXTRA COST rain. J.' M. Edwards. phone 964- trade on anything. DAHMER'S house. Especially nice; desirable
,_ 1 P Stark tfchg 9647923. tf-Chg location. M. A. Payne phone!
any purpose I US 441 N. 4502 NW 1.1th I
964-6560 alter 5 tfchg
t l.ft $15 Down $15 Month Gainesville 378-2785 WILL BUY: Used ApplIances

',Lu' Lake Lots $2500 Up .. I Furniture. TV's Stereos anything 1 FOR RENT Furnished modem

$25 to $600 -Investment Properties I t't''I SEWING.: MMI11NEgLargest The Rancher of value. DAHMER'S. ;,I. 1 bedrcom apartment Ren-

selections from -whichti ner Apt. 633 McMahon. Phone
i DO YOU )HAVE Inc.Largest Frontage on State Road 230
S. E. McKAY ch"os!. Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco. i i 964-6279. tfcilg
800 ft., between Country Club i, .
i _' -Too many payments Realtor-Appraiser : New Home. & Universal. Selection of and Road at a bargain price.A. !I SUMMER Head Start The

; ;'Tsr.?. S to make? Keystone Hta. 473-4816 4 ) I J' REPAIR ALL MAKES. SADI>LEUY. Your J. Thomas. Realtor, Tel. I CUB B Economic Agency in

c1 National Sewin choice of HEREFORD.SLMCO ; 964-5701. j I Starke is now accepting applii !.

; -Too many bills to SE'"JNO MACHINE Cleaned, I i cations for project director
) : : lUG HORN, FAY'S FABRICS. Mill! end store.
,'. Machr Co..
: pay? oiled and adjusted In your social service director. teachers
Hwy. 301 1 1-2 miles north of
.- home, 300. Vacuum cleaner repairs (Ill W. University' Ave.' :37R-1K1: I "teacher aids secretary-bock-
-Too many taxc* also. All work guaranteed. WANTED Laundry Gainesville BILLY COOK, Waldo. Open 9 to 6, six days.4tp I keeper lunchroom workers

Dennis! E Phone 431- workers Kitchen laborer 4-10 I| head cook. custodian and bus
due Cogglns aids -I I
coming II _-li-_ 1__ __1_ or let us "CUSTOM: ,
1428. tfchg cottage: parents watchman -I ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. drtverIn! the 1969 Summer
No. 900 Retirement Special
cooks and clerks ground MAKE" your next sad File Folders, complete Une office Head Start programs in Clay

Let Us Halp With Your Money keeper, truck driver. Five bath Frame rorch bungalow( Newlv- 5 palnfd.rooms. die for you. supplies. -The Telegraph and Bradford Counties. All
day week eight hour day.I 'applications must be turned In
Problems 'liller Brown State retirement, vacations, Nice fenced lot. Just $8.000. 4821 N. W. 6th St. Phone 964-6305. by April 5. 1969. For additional

sick leave. If Interested pleaseapply No. 803() Cattle Ranch. 80 acres Gainesville. 376-1595 MALE HELP WANTED Ex. information( and a job applica-

TOWN FINANCE CO ,6 ':... .!'....:.,...,.,X;'."..r.>..., I In person Personnel close in. Rustic home Modern I LEGAL FORMS. Brad perienced meat cutter willing to tton form contact the Neighborhood

;D j jVolkswagen;" j/' @ Manager Sunland Training kitchen pecans and fruit. ford Ph. move ta: Gainesville. Apply Cer- Service Center in your
22fi N. Temple Phone 96i.74t9SCOTTY'S Center. Gainesville, !'la. $35.500 Terms. County Telegraph. tner's. Inc. 1133 So. Main St. area or write: CUBB. P. O.

An equal opportunity employer. I Strout Realty i 9646305. Gainesville. Fla. 4tclig 4-10 I I;I| Drawer 970. Starke. An Equal

I Reg. Broker Listings wanted in Bradford and Opportunity Employer. 3tchg 4-3
FOR SALE by City of Hampton: I
New & Used t:!j,. tfchg I 2117 N. Temple Ave. adjoining Counties on: Timber Old Post Office Site 25 ft. BRICK HOUSE for sale "better

SPECIAlSADJUSTABLE Sales Service \ 'J Starke. Tla. large or email acreages frontage on State Road IS by ,, than new." 3 bedrooms. 2 baths
SEVERAL GOOD USED AddIng Ph. 9B1-6S09 small or large farms. Call or built-in Nice
200 ft. Bids carpeted. range.
1 :Ml. North of The !Mall Machines for sale alec I write giving the price and terms.A. approximately
GAINESVILLEFOR trlcj; subtraction credit bal. FOR SALE Chicken ferr.lzf'r. will be accepted up to April size lot. 1.000 equity; assume
J. Thomas Realtor. Starke
ance. Bradford County Tele lime and dolemite. Clean Fla.. 32091. Tel. 9645701.INCOME 5. 1969. Lillian S. Ingenlath.City payments of $87 month. Sacrifice -
graph. U I out and spreading service. We ; Clerk. 3tchg 4-3 1308900.( Phone 964-6885.

deliver.' Need Fertilizer truck ltchg
FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE driver. W. A, Prevail. 964-6816.
SALE Concrete block' TAX bedroom house in Starke by CHICKEN FARM for lease. 15.
Avg. house; 3 bedroom, 1 bath central | ready for occupancy. 3 bed I 4tchg 4-10() i April 3. Reasonable. Phone 964- 000 capacity. automatic feeder

IIT Retail heat & alr-condltlonlng.. Cor. room 2 bath. Located Just iI I 6632. tfchg system nest and egg cooler.T. .
I outside of city limits in RETURNS PREI'AREDBookkeeping
1 1.79 / r ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfohg I W. Baker and Sons. Lake
4./.1 I Plnebreezc.
Easy monthly
; FOR SALE Tomato. Egg. Geneva. 4tchg 4-17
FOR SALE: One plow mule terms. Longchamp Const Co. CAMPERSALES Sen'iceCall Farm
Pepper plants. Starling I
0 8 assorted screwdriversIn with plows. Phone 782-3514. Contact B\fOld Mitchell '
t DOG Golden Chow 14
kitS Supply. Phone 964-6062. LOST -
3-3'! pone 984-6853, P O.: Box
Scotty's 2tp write for appoint
1 handle fits all 129 838 or 2tchg 4-10 )'1'. Female: Princess; Reward.
Sale Price I tfflb*
ment. P. 0. Box 1661 'I' Dale Heard. Rt. 3. Box 179 N,
2fl20!} Wildo Road ADDING: MACHINES: Man-
HELP WANTEDMan FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick Gainesville 372-6010 Gainesville. 376-6101. Itp
Gainesville 376-OR91 ual or electric. For sale or I I
wanted for established h.ome. central heat and air Nocn or Late Evening.
Authorized Dealer credit bal
rent.' Add. subtract FOR RENT Small 2 bedroom

CULTIVATORThis insurance debit condition.unfurnished.conveniently$100! per mo.located.323 "Starcraft" reamer" HOME: PICK-UP IN ance. -Bradford County Tele- furnished house 734 N. WalnutSt.

Good starting: salary and N. Walnut St. Inquire at premises I "Wheel Camp.r"Tray,1 graph. i Phone 964-7444 or 964-5070.()
Scotty's Belt brand culti. Trailers Truck Bradford & Alachua Up
high commission. Exper. or call Starke 964-7753 or LAWN MOWER Repair Ser _
f vator is made of high carbon Campers Fold Downs
ience but not 964-6491. tfchg I I Counties.FOR vice for all type mowers. NAPA I
handle helpful
sleel' with a of SelectedNo. !SALES' A SERVICE Gainesville bun has opening for
1 Grade Northern White 'I O'Neals Shell Station. I
parts. Contact
necessary. Call 752-0261 Two 3 room upstairs agent in area.
Ash. Made to give years of SALE Approximately: 32acl'ClS 433 E. Madison St. 4tp 4-24 GainesvilleSun.
Den lit PadgeH,
Avg. service and durability days or 752-8328 nights apartments No children. I FOR RENT: 2 BR unfurn'hedhouse. .
cornering on Road 325 at Gainesville 3781116
Phones -
no pets. Mrs.
403 N.
Ret. Scotty'sSale or write Box 930 Lake $55 m:>. Southeast of W. H. Maxwell. Ph. FOR RENT Unfurnished 3
Walnut, Phone 964-5315. Up Hampton. Starke 9G!-:i031.
3.98 Price 269Speciel City. Itch Lawtey on Road 225. Call 964- 468-1487. Hampton. 2tp 4-3 bedroom house in country. Also
5851. 2tp 4-3 B """" In Staxke.
HELP WANTED on layer farm. i furnished apartment !

Sale Prices Good Thru April 12th 1 Woman preferred.: R. J. Oentll- MOTEL ROOMS for rent by W. H. Nollman.ttchll'l HELP WANTED;

FOR SALE LOTS Sampson man. Morgan Church Road. S. FOR SALE Azalea Restau- week. Very lowest rates. Under- MALE AND FEMALE
rant and 5 Incomplete rooms. wod Motel. 964-8985. tfchg HELP WANTED full timeor
Lake. 50ft. frontage $2.000. call 233. Watkins Nationally Advertised
4205 N. W. 6th St. Phone 378-1619 I tfcha Also! 3 1-2 acres on 301 South. part time. 'Apply at Waters
Jim Rowe, 305-322-2948.. San. 100 year old company has openIng -
GAINESVILLE; FLA. ford. 6tp 5-8 HELP WANTED Man over No ,reasonable offer refused. STARKE 301 NURSERY Enc Service. 800 S Walnut.Itchg. In Starke. No Investment

21 for consumer finance busi Phone 964-6983. tfchj Living plants for lasting plea. Write M-4. Mr. Gus
LOST DOG Red Pomeranian ness. High school graduate and sure. Ros?s. Camellias. Citruson
CASH BUYS MORE AT female In vicinity of Tatum's own auto. Good salary. Excel. USED GIBSON Amplifier and Trifoliate root. Azaleas. 8 FOR SALE 1966 Honda 890.. Box 2447. Memphis, Tenn. 38102.
For Information ltt:
Excellent condition.
Sawmill In Labey. Reward. i lent future for right man. Call I Gibson Hollow( Guitar. Dah- for $1.00.POSTED.

Call 9646430. Itp Phillip! Retlmon! at 9647449. j jItchg I mer's. 964-7923 Itchg I call 964-5723. 4tchg 4.24 IF WE DON'T HAVE FI
SCOTTY'Shome; SIGNS: Treated to
Attractively furnished It for Office
FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bed. ALUMINUM Boat and trailerfor withstand weather- 20c each. FOR RENT get yes

room trailer just outside city Tomato Plants Egg Plants I sale Excellent condition. E. $2.25 doz. Special price on larger 1 2 bedroom apartment on Supplies' Furniture Equip.

builders supply limits. Call 964-6114. J. B. White Cabbage Plants. Onion Plants, M. Letts. Ph. 529-8362, Penney quantities. Bradford County ( N. Walnut Street. Call 964-7831. ment. Bradford County

tfchg Pepper Plants. Starling Farm Farms. Itp Te1.grp1. tfchg Telecraph.IUL .

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