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: October 21, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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October I, 1948 -.September :SO, 1949

Electricity 96176.68

Water ." 21111.06

Utility Tax 8,962.28

Service Deposits .' ,,. 4,730.00 Official County Publication Established In 1879

Supplies '. 39.28 ,


"' 96.00
Transfer ; ----------- -- -- --

Total Receipt-----------?:DISBURSEMENTS't", 128236.30 I I City Council I!!Memorial Stadium' To Be Dedicated

I'lanttSalaries I Has BUSY Session .
. 8,169.45

Power Purchased ', ;:" ;.4' ,- 1,482.57 A

Fuel Oil '. -,?' . 26489.17 : Tuesday NightThe t Homecoming Game Tonight :;

Repairs Parts Supplies . 1196.33 r

Lubricating: Oil ,: .", :-.. :: -; v 2,043.8J I I __ _________________ _____ __ ___
Telephone ". '.' l *' 88.20 City Council met In regular) [I'
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Insurance163.30' : .: session present with: James the following Lewis Chair members P. K. Yonge Bows!I Tornado Football "A" Squad Tornadoes May <:

39,634.90Kleclrical man, L. O. Hazen W. T, Jack 'iiI

Ron and H. A. Bishop. Jr. '
Even ?
To Record'With
: Superior
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: lntrlbutloni.. ,.. r', T. C. Hazen and A. J. Thorn,

Postage Office Supplies .. 320! 03 Jr., representing the American .

Freight and Express .i.: 343.70 Legion, appeared before the: BHS Last Friday w Alachua \ ,

Salaries-------------- Council asking for permission to M '

Truck ." t. .. 9,13.00 have dances In the Armory eftcn I

Gas, Oil 567.14 Saturday night, advising that A game and nurd-fighting P, When BHS Tornadoes meet

Line Material .."' 16,425.51: they hnd two policemen on dutyIn 1C. Yon c Blue Wave bowed to a e{& : .a Aluchua In the annual Homecoming

.. the Armory and If necessary superior BHS Tornado 23-6 at event at Bradford Park tonight
': 26116.01 they would put on an additional| Jo'lorhJFI..h.1 In Gainesville\ last s+ (Friday) they'll have a

policeman under the jurisdictionof Friday night/ before a turnout of IC. chance to make things "even

Mater And Seueri the Police Department, The 2.001)!') fanll.i wI Slephen" In a long record of football .1
'" "." ,." t. 8.275.12Material Council agreed to grant them permlKHlon encounters with the
Salaries The Tornadoes roared at full neighboring -
Supplies .. -, ':\ .> 9332.86 to have dances on Sat \' force on the ground with I la quar- Indians.
and that theCity
Miscellaneous ..;. . 571.31 urday Police night Department only would be!let of tough running backs consistently Since 1029 the two schools

Service Deposits ,* 4,526.00: ripping through the un have faced each other on the
., -L.r., :: Instructed to make checks on
''If. (
Utility Tax J. '." 5,913.89 same at regular Intervals f dermanned Blue Wave forward gridiron 14 times but tonight
:- wall. Whenever Bradford's overland will be their first encounter since
Donation,' Boy Scouts na< (yi.." 500.00Refund H. Bunch appeared be
attack slipped Jack Hazen, 1916. The record to date Is S

Refund Tax Water- -. -f ?' ,,- 'j.! 20.77.28 some fore. the action Council be taken asking towards Unit the I clever T to quarterback get. the offense, would moving firea I I I First row (left to right) : Durban. lIer 'on, Crosby, Bennett (D.), Bennett ((0.),, wins BHS for and :5 Alachua I ties. ,A 4 Tornado wins win for
Refund Lights 11.12 widening of Temple Avenue from again. Lewis, Snpp Hamilton. Manager Williams.", Second row : Huzen. David, Prevail, .Parker, tonight would tie the tally
Transfer to City of Starke 31,000.00. North City Limits to Call Street. Carl Johns, line-busting fullback Warren. Johns (Carl). Strickland. Conner, Wiinwrlvjit (Dan). Third row : Manager Red I like a sailor's knot but Is far

Utility Tax State of Florida 1.346.tl-i Senator Charley E. Johns being I who can a run like II'' half-'I': dish Norman, Hutchinson Wainwright (Ju k), Eaves, Cooley, Johns", (K.), Hrunnon.Dansby. I from assured since Alachua has

present, advised that he wouldcontact buck once in, tho open, was the''' Carter: Coach Hobbs emerged victorious In the only

Total Disbursements: $130,218.90 the State Road Chairman, big scoring threat for Blfs. .Jlf. two games It has played so far

A. A. McKethan cm Wednesday made tho first. two Stark markers Cheerleaders Add To Enthusiasm this season, scoring wins over

:FINANCIAL REPORT CITY OF NTAKKE October 19, regarding same and on runs of 46 and 13: yards Wllliston and Lake Butler I.,
would make to what
October. 1, 1948 September 30 1949 a report as and generally. played! a tine of. ., The Homecoming program will 3

his findings were. I fenslve game. He scored In the I t.' ,' 'F. v't .t I t get under way tonight at 7:30: .

RECEIPTS K. T. Shull and Carl Hitch, j first imd second quarters. &..., '! "", : I.... when State Superintendent of
I Current Taxes $$18.708 plumbers, appeared before the I Hu/rii ndded a eoUntor for I f{ '1!!"". _," i Public Instruction Thomas D.
I Council regardingthe PlumbingCode
Less Discounts 487.0B Bailey will\ dedicate the new 1700-
,Starke in the third-period*on an '
.. -------'- and permits advising the sent Memorial Stadium
; 11-yard try over the middle and just completed -
Council that there was quite a In Bradford
Net Cash 1948 Tax: 18,221.60 |Clayton Strickland ploughed over Park. It will

"', Delinquent Tax 023 bit of plumbing done In Starke ( the final four yards to wind up bn dedicated l to the memory of
ht Occupational License---------: that could not pass plumbing In. the souring for the night. Bradford County service men and

\" rpertlon and would eventually women Mr. Bailey will be Introduced .
+ Mowing Grading 1,756.:14 i Starke was leading 19-O whim
cause considerable damage to the I ,
stalled by Harmon P. Morgan
r is : Fines and Bonds 5,099.80 I present sewage system of Starke. oho lilt Wave lenitive Bradford

. rr' Miscellaneous '*. 262.3tiI After a lengthy discussion the'!'lolling.Monteinno. of Public Instruction.County Superintendent

5 I Percent Utility Tax 7,691.31 : Council Instructed Berry S. John,I! took a kickoff on
liln 1S! and returned to the 40.Dickey A bit of spectacle will be added -
271.00 all
Electric & Plumbing Permits Plumbing Inspector, to Inspect
Sewer' Tap Fees 21200 j' plumbing installed within the j hit Tummy Kvans fur 17 to proceedings at the halfwhen

Building Permits .. 13200 City and not to permit anyoneexcept yards und after two running plays Drum.. the new BITS Band and
tossed Mujoiottcs will stage an
Transfer Light Plant 34.00000 I a licensed plumber to netted seven yards, Dickey exhibition which
to Paul I 1.oIC 4KUHHo who made\ a will undoubtedly
into the main
j Intake' a tap sewer
Moving House------------ 1.10000 hande(1 catch to} travel Include a number of new surprise
great one-
r "lino. Any work found by him t;
Qualifying Fees : 9 } .t. routines.
I| not "bi-lnnr un to plumbing code 23: more' yards und place the ball 5 I q %f, 'e e.a q ..,
.. U S. GoVt. Bonds ,. r 18,571,00 must be turned clown. 'tan| I HIM Slaike IIS. Monteminu I 'rw 'l'fdt,,,, l .w' '," Following/ the game the annual -

:'If"- Lighting Fund 2,65561: : .ld..1 up nine and six while Homecoming dance ..will beheld
Dog Licenses .J 20.00 ,. Charley B. Johns and J. M Ed-'I'DU-key was. liming two and Dun- Left to right : Dolores McKniurht. Mon'lc' llutchliv's. Geraldine Drown, Phyllis I{ ,! In the USO building andwill
..',.. : < ,." : ..., vvnrd-i of the Starke Tee (Jo, appeared I 'vll Valuria be climaxed the
"A I Thomas Durban Denmark. by
Pound Fee:4. > .: > .T.--'. B.oo bl"'ethe- lap runmrd.vyrr\ the "cl\I;(\:':. i iI ( Strickland. Marian, McKne, Clara crowning '
1917-48 License :not) I Council with I| Stiltko opened the scoring in -..' I of the Football Queen by Mayor ,,
reference to their trucks not beIng ,,
I n.
: J.? I ''the flint period( with (an S9-yard Wainwright ,
1947 R. & B. Tax / 3,575.20: (> nbla to park In meter cones.After t Three Qualify
Tonight will be the
sustained drive climaxed: by Newsome Asks Negroes Appeal first tlirmthat
Insurance, Tommie Edwards 42 00 a discussion: motion wee
I I 1 full use has been made of
I Johns' 46-jaid-lrot, off tackle und For Trustee Election
Advertising Cost 56 6:J niiulo by XV. T. Jackson that theirtrucks the
new concrete stadium which
tin outfit the PKY secondary. j
Refund Federal Tax, Truck--------- 63.17 i making dally deliveries he I' On November 8th was Just the
completed ;
It alltouted with u 31-yurJ: by con &
Florida Bank 7OIJO,01J permitted to park In the meter I kick by Dickey which rolled out $$50,000 DamagesPetition : Death SentenceGeorge i tractor last Saturday. ,j
Three rnmlld.itfls fur School
zones provided parking
Insurance, O. C. Geiger 31.00 privileges,''of bounds.. on the ::Statki; 11. j''Trimtce Located on the easterly side of 'j)
I were not abMii..d. :Motion was. of Bradford County have
----- : One was used in the drive, I Bradford Park, the 'long stadium .'
'secondml. bv H. A. UiHhop, Jr. pass for removal' was filed! <|imllflc<"l to hnve their name. Wolfork. Jr. Walter Mc- '' Is eleven .I
Total Receipt: $106,732.48IHSIIURSEIENT4 but It wall Johns, Strli.k- rows of seats In width. :
+ and carried. ,I mostly Tuesday in U S District Court,:jpilntcd. on the ballot In tliu November ,I Donald, and L. D. !tobln..un,1!) Each
land und James. Prevail churning, I succeeding row of poured J'
: I J. M. Edward: asked the City their' for ground-eating I Southern District of Florida by 8 election I negro trio co-ivirted: of first degree 'I concrete bench Is placed behind
Council when the way Foremost Dairies Inn, cmrently I i The\ I h It.p'hu have so fur murder In the May 4 slay- and above
I people living Its predecessor. thus \
Police Department ((1948-49)) ((191'1'-14)' ) south of the1 Struths and Blairs' yuidH.The I being sued by W. H. Newmmio. filed, petitions with the School Ing of Staike merchant I). L. Sit-1 I Imax affording all '
\ second after spectators a clear
tally came
Salaries $12,140 90 10,801.01 could' expect water to be put Inte fumble of Staike for \OopO:\ ( damages I jllnard era; A. I I. Green, Unmker: have filed appeals to the I view of the entire playing field.
Still kc
Miscellaneous 1,543.16 3853.11 : their section of town. The Council I on the PKY picked 40.up Again a Dunlup the ground I'1! The Starke dairyman's darla- A. II. Harley, Luwtey; and' I f.. .F Florida Supreme Court. j The old wooden bleachers were ,

-- ---- I, advised Mr. Edwards that attack fHiked and Johns ripped 1,ration filed hero on Sept. 30, alleges -I ininkins, Nt"rke.Ir.! Green and Robinson's appeal r I was filed on'' moved recently from the nearby

Total 13,68406 14.83412 'I plan"VHf' being made nowwhereby through fur the final 13: yards on that the defendant on or about Mr. Hurley; are Incumbent mem- October 10 and was signed by baseball diamond to the 50yardline

Fire Department i I I thin matter would betaken another off tackle July 29 "by and through lid| hers of the board. while Mr UlnU- Park M. Cnnnlchael Gainesville location on the ,westerly side

Salaries I. 7,31295 7,27350 care of In the near future. In the third a Huzen to Jim I servant and employe" falsely and fins Is seeking the post now held attorney Appeals. of the other of tho Bradford Park grldldon,

Miscellaneous v- 1271.94 1.69'.99 Dr. LeClerc appeared before the Godwin pass( ,, good for 20 yards maliciously spoke and publishedof by H. A. Weldon' whose name will two filed on October 12 were opposite the new concrete struc
-- City Council asking. that they I gut another scoring drive under and concerning the plantllf not bn on the ballot j I i signed by Benmont Tench Jr., ture. These will accommodate
the statement that "Ills milk The School Board will meetMonday Gainesville attorney, for Wolfork boosters for
Total 8,614.89 8,908.49Street rent him the bulldozer for eight way. Helen sneaked through on in the visiting teams
hours unsanitary. We examined a bottle October 21, at 10 am.to and Carlo. K.: Harper and who usually prefer to
to fix the road to his houto I a quarterback play for the final group
I .ctloll'
and Garbage at Klngsley Lake stating that ,11 yards. of his milk and found that It make up the trustee Osee It, Fagen, also Gainesville I themselves opposite the homo

> Salaries. 21959.93 16,67021 they hid been using Mr. Kldd'tf Jack Wainwright tackle and contained a high bacteria count. hallut\ and< petitions of qualifying& dttoineys, for McDunuld.The team's rooters.

Concrete Pipe 4,311.41 road end that It was being closedto 'I captain. of the Starke eleven His milk Is unfit to drink." ''Ihllt candidate I time.' will In be order received to until I appeals were "from lh.I' The School Board has not yet
Miscellaneous 1,0:14:13: : u them. The Council agreed to whose line play on offense and Foremost Is asking removal of''a candidate. must bn Judgment I order and sentence of decided upon the disposition of
Ca.. Oil, Tiles *. 4,378.84Repalra l let the bulldozer do this Job. Motion defense was a highlight throughout -] the suit to the U S. District voter, miittt real estate qualified. or the Circuit Court of Bradford I funds realized from the sale of
WB made by II. A. Bishop, I out game place-kicked the Court on the grounds. that the I pay County, Florida entered In this reserved seats
Part------- 3,888.78 |personal taxes., and must present A
Tr, that no city equipment be extra point after the third touch. I amount In controversy exceeds cause on the 15th day of July"The
New Trucks ,, 3,93561 rSidewalks ia petition signed by six other'qualified
rented to anyone in the future I down for the only conversion of $3.000 and because the defendant"Is
I negroes were sentenced I
Curbs 74065 voters of the county II | tot Smith
Motion was seconded by L. O. the night [ not a citizen and resident of I death In the electric chair McKinney
The three trustees are elected'at
Street Sign------- 807.lt flaxen snd carried Trailing 10-6 In the opening'minutes '': Florida, being a corporation '' mandatory under Florida law In. ,
large, but each must reside ind!
Land Purchased 250.00 The following bids of and under
were received the fourth quarter originating existing ''n convictions of first degree murder
lferrt1McMillan\ 3.812:10: on sidewalk advertising: PKY opened a drive from its' and by virtue of the laws of the different sthool bourd residence I Plead Guilty
Paving School 3150: own 20 after u kick rolled over state of New York. lure I .' If the by''lI ,
eligible lo vote In tho eleclion. appeals are denied
Athletic Field 142.50 Gentlemen: I.I the /goal: for a touchback. The petition was filed by Keg' '. I the I Supreme Court, Governor'

14.23204 I submit a bid to construct Gordon Smith picked up three land Kur &: Layton of Jacksonville A tit" meeting here Monday', Fuller Warren will sign death Frank McKinney, one of a trio
sidewalks as per your plan and yards and Montesano then broke I, accused of
Total 43.31342 30,90225 ; I' attorneys for the defendant the School Board will also re-' warrants for the convicted slay larceny of cattle near
specifications on the following loose wide and raced 63: yards. to and was signed by Wellington era. here on Friday September 30
I c<'Ive\ bids from agents' on supplyIng ,
Offices basis: the StHtke 12. Only a fine chase Paul, view I pleaded guilty last
president Saturday be.
I approximately 20OH) ( () ) Silcox killed
gallons was
Salaries 2020.00 4 Inch concrete sidewalk' In'pIHf' 'and tackle by Halfback Marvin during a hold- fore Circuit Judge A. Z.
< Attorneys for the plaintiff are of gasoline and ::11I0>! gallons of up attempt at his. store AdklnJand
fit 31c ft. Warren the hard grocery
Councilmen per sq. kept -driving was
1,80000 3,247.50 i sentenced to two
I Evan T Evans and Neiil D I I motor oil for the county-owned on the outskirts of Starke. years
Fees 2,26391 6 inch concrete sidewalk In Blue Wave back from going all (one year on each of two
Attorney counts
I Evans, Jr., of Jacksonville, and s<'hool busHes. during the current *
Equipment 609.70 place l45c per sq. ft. the way. It was easily the moat G. L. Putten. Stark (I.school. term In the State Prison He was
Bradford County Telegraph 835.34 The City Is to furnish and planet 1 spectacular run of the night a*) Television Is Topic committed to the prison by Sherff .
any fill dirt necessary, also Montcrsno eluded several would P D.
City Reddish
Carl Johns At Rotary Club on the same
)1919 Tax Roll 250.00 .
e : Is to do any cleaning and grub-1 be tacklers along the way. 'i I FHA Delegates I day
Soil Conservation
Purvis, Gray & Powers, Audit. 428.00 '. king that Is nf'ce.Rry.Very [ Dickey then went wide for Meet Here Today I An interesting' discussion of I W. H. Smith Jr. another of the
Lights, Water .43653: truly. eight yards and Smith made It '
a various phases. of television wa accused trio was brought In from
Telephone148.75 : ,. Den F. Hall. ': first down on the two-yard. stripe. The Farmers Home Adminls- given at the I the' prison
': I I I Rotary Club Wednesday Thursday morning for
League of Municipalities 13300 Munie-llano piled the middle for I tration office In Slarke will holda I I Hearing Monday by Charles C. Shepherd" arraignment before Judge Adkjn

C. A. Knight 22 .00 ":h Gentlemen: I one but Dickey lost six on asweep committee training school for |Ia new member of the club, and He also pleaded
", ,' YV. have examined around right end. guilty to the
specifications ,
Miscellaneous ". 20639 your I commltteemen In (Bradford Clay, local radio and tttlevlston dealer. larceny 'of
.. \ cattle
"desirability and on both
4792.70 but we are unable to Then came the first of two Duval. Nassau Putnam, 81 Mr, Shepherd recently attended -
Total 9358.62 ., 8040.20 determine' the amount of fillnecessary highly I controversial, plays. Dickey Johns, and Union counties In the ( resting a soil conservation n television school In Jackiionvlllo He was sentenced to two years
mainly at the City passed to Evan! who pluckedthe { courthouse here today'j I Friday I I.I I. dlntrltt l Ii> Include: all lands with- and at the end of his talk pn one count, said sentence to begin -
Park also as to and ball of log thv legal' boundaries of Brad- at the expiration of the
Donatlonm clearing I' out the air on the I Three commltteemen from each he answered questions, indicatingwide termof
Bradford Health Clinic 1,690.92LlRhts grubbing.Our one where he was hit hard by {county will be present together font' County will b.. consideredat \ Interest In the subject on four years he Is now serving

and Water 1.22550: bid of :.10 l-2c per sq ft. 'Strickland The ball rolled free. with several official from the n public hearing to be held in the part of his audience.The for shooting into a local residence.

Boy Scouts 789 :50 for 4 Inch sidewalk and 41& l2cper There was a mad scramble for 'state office. The general FHA the' courthouse October here Monday' speaker was Introduced by Sentence was deferred by Judge
Woman's' Club 562.:60 sq. ft. for 6 Inch sidewalk Is r the ball and Evans apparently program and the 1019 housing night The hearing 21.Is at being 8 pm.held in Freeman Register Jr. who had I Adklns on the other count "from
based on the City furnishing all recovered only to have the ball will be discussed .,
Chamber of Commerce 400.00 program during to charge of the program for the i day to day"Woodrow .
fill in place and doing all the taken from him by Strickland. the all-day meeting.H. response a petition signed bya day I
Christmas Presents 25500 of Griffin, third man accused -
> group property owners In
clearing and grubbing.We I I KY officials argued that Evans ,
.. Deal. County Supervisor the and in the. cattle theft. Is,. at
'. Miscellaneous Expenses"-1 53023 403.88Bond can start work ImmedIately had possession when the whistle of the Farmers Home Administration county was announcedby I II I
Trustee. 39000 360.00 and will i If. O Clayton, Administrator Cemetery Working liberty under $2,000 bond.
T complete same according blew. However Starke was given, office In Starke, Will be ,,
Sewer D. W. Browning 17,711.07 5223.90 to specifications within the ball to end the fine drive. I chairman of the meeting. 'I of the Soil Conservation Hoard. I At New River Oct. 27A
Fla. Bank Note 5,230.88Ball 13 working day. j Dunlap took Strickland' kick I I All owners and occupiers of, First Pecan AuctionSet

Park S5fl.00 Very truly yours, out on the 33 and roared back tc land. within! the limits of the cemetery working will beheld For November 1
'I I I I Lions Raise Funds county and all other Interestedpersons
Insurance2,575.60: : 3.28209 Bradford Engineering Co. the nine. I at New River Baptist Church
By J. lor. However there are invited to attend the I Thursday, October 27, Dinner The
Water Tank 81.00 Fdw.rda1, on the first play I For Band Uniforms first pecan auction of the
Refund Utility Tax 11.81' After a discussion, the Council was another scramble In the pile- hearing! will be served on the grounds and season will be held at the Starke

Sewers .' 812.19 decided to delay' the awarding up and when It was uncovered Through a drive sponsored by II II all Interested persons are urgedto 'State Farmers Market on Tues

Land I IFla. Itf any contracts on same unto Starke had the ball. Again Blue the Starke Lion. Club wltn Apprecation Day come and bring the necessary day. November 1AR grower
Darby Bros. 1,000.00 some future date.Councilman Wave partisan thought Monte I Adolph Gay as chairman approximately tools for working. are advised to have their pecan

Bank Interest 249 6T' H. A. Bishop, Jr., sano had possession when the $4OO. was raised toward Mrs Glen S. Wade of Starke Russell Green, church clerk announces on the platform not later than

.'",. Parking Meters .. 21.71 asked that his request for the whistle blew but the officials rul new uniforms for the llighi!! was the winner at AppreciationDay that the church U. now 1:3O: p.m. on the day of the sate.

Refund Delinquent Tax 8.08 dirt being moved from streets a- ed otherwise and Starke then School Band. here Wednesday Holding a on a full time basis with services Market Manager R B. Alvartl
Fla Bank!<<, Note '. 7,00000 round the school house be withdrawn moved to Its final marker. In addition to this one uniform, S percent ticket she was awarded every Sunday for the first timein reminds growers who still need

---- i Starke picked up 16 first downsto was bought by members of the $14 In trade checks from the many years. Rev. Truby Par- strawberry plants that he can obtain -

Total Disbursements: $118.46167 119755.49 ,I The Board of Bond Trustees nine for PKY. 1 Lions Club. treasure chest Next Wednesdaythe rish Is pastor. them at 14 30 per thousand,
(Continued on page eight jackpot will total $313. plus frleght.

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daughter Wlllene. of Palatka W-R. HalBiop. RufBftln. U'Amlco. Defendant. County l rlillj. A. m>rlb..d territory, and.all othnr I''.
AM I of Bradford !
of Maid Court : have the
Bradford No. 71.01.O..d. ; Ca..l I Hr Hov..n c"roNh I Itlon taken pursuant tn the YIneldaI I..re."d persona right I.aUe.1C1 I.
J> C .
County Telegraph visited Mrs. Roy Green Tuesday Art.C'hHPter .I Ihls<< hennas and be h""PlI
.. .. IMMrleln
STORY SHOWER at P..I1 "o" d .0. .. T. Frank I-andrum. Stark Klorldn.i Hull I'cmMerVHrlon Ml. 11 O. CLAYTON. Admlnl..lrtt", I
morning. App.r. ,Hr"|-K 0'"' KI.OIIIUV lotItafuelik Atty. for Pit. 10-14 4t 114PI BUZ Klorldn statutes land /state! Null .U..I.v..tlon. &.. :
ESTABLISHED IB7O E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNee-EDITon Mrs. B. O. Miller of Jacksonville The Sunnybrook Home Demonstration '. [D'Amlro whose r.I.nc.. All ownorn anal. ores IIlmlu |) "ri l "I. de l I 10-11 It 10-aL urd.
.. uf the >uv
and sddresN In Oil Molt Htr* t, IH.IOCntimtr HFStHlV/i I within the
Published Every Friday and Entered aa Seoon visited Mrs. Lottie Edwards Club sponsored a stork srhenertadv New York car Mrs. ( i..rtfciMi".>. "c....... FloridaUrh.her -.
Alice Colon :a I. JOHN
last weekend shower In honor of : -
case Matter at the> PontMEMBER Office at Stark"rlptlon *. Pla. Mrs. O. W. You are 1"11111'.1| to appeal on' Notluf IH hereby given that. In ro.sponee '
Madeline Green of Jacksonville I McRae Thursday afternoon of November 14, 1946 In III. above tn one certain. petition, the
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. last week at the home of Mrs. named Court and caune, .h..ln. Htat Moll Onnvrvatlon. Hoard will
<3> 1949 Dave Green last weekend. lHlntl/f' seeks. tllvort'w. !'rod. ford hold a public, h arlnir In. the (Cfuintv'. 7
A. J. Fender. An arrangement t'ounty TnlHKroph shall ptilillith thlM' Courthouse "Hiurke, Bradford ( .un'
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy of|of beautiful fall flowers was used Order Witness In neat I four hand weekly and IHMIIWH.. H ty:00\, Florida PM tn mi cnnnlder Hnlr: the 24; 14ra at>I
-" '2JSe Annually S1JH O For Sis Months I Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd In decorating. Games were foal at Starkn my t'lnrlda' this lutolior official blllty .and n.rf>HHlly of rreatlnir. In
Barry Saturday. played with prizes of potted 12. 1919.uFFICIAL. I the linn public dlntrlrt Interest to include a- sole
Mrs. Leslie Green ana Clyde plants being awarded to the win i ( SKAIA.. J. Ttiotnn. Ivlnv within the legal cnn."rva'J. 0 mamsCHAIN 0 9
DON'T: DELAY WRITE TODAY I Cone visited their mother Mrs. ncra. The gifts were presented I I

This week has been designated as National Letter Writing Week. John Cone a patient In Alarhua to tho honoree by her little eon,

We have many days or week set aside for less important things County Hospital Sunday after. Harley and little Kathy Myrlck I ITS YOUR NSW BOY
Very often some particular group uses the method for its own welfare noon. pulling a wagon trimmed In ruffles -
perhaps to pusn a product. The United States Post Offlc IUKTIIUAY PARTY I' of pink and white. The honoree 1 FRIEND a HiS BRINGINGOOODBeer

cannot be accused of ulterior motive for It will not make received many nice and use
any any J
birthday In .
party was given ful Jax Beer! ,. ," '
gifts. Refreshments '-1,
;aver LIl .. I
on I '
mor.ey your stamps. honor of Linda Gale Green, seven !!; '-, II
served to the .
In the days of the Pony Express and the Packet Ship mall de. year old daughter of Mr. and guests.names ,1 'I '"'I'J'''' ':,.:, '

livery was an expensive proposition. Letter were confined to aerloui Mrs. Earl Green Monday, October '. ;C: r'I, '! ./''''. .'' t'' '
business, except for the very wealthy. Today for three cents we 10, at the Community Center. "IN> hereby Whom given It May that Concern I have: Notion rilml OC[ '; ; '" -

can afford to write a newsy little note to an old friend just for the The", Center was decorated with niv final. return unit will on the ..r, '?''''..j ; ;'
12th day of November liui!! Hiiplv ',, ; JJ' _
colors of I' ''
purpose of letting that old friend know that you still think of him. pink and yellow. lo the unty Juilgr nt tlraclfortl < l oI 1.'"....1. ."
I Many Interesting ..were County Florida I for final'
Get out that new fountain pen or sharpen up a pencil and writ' games HH Administrator nim-hHric. '
of th. Knlutu f -
played and >
that over-due letter. Write to your family to tell them what you prizes were won by John I*. Hnliler. decaa..d.| -
Jean Endicott and Alma Stokes. Mulorlm Snider. :; !
are doing what you hope to do. Let them know that you are still Linda Gale received many attractive 10-14 It 11.1 :;

a closely knit family. Write to your old neighbor who has moved and useful gifts. In Circuit Court. STORE BRANCHor
away. Tell her about the new neighbors and her old friends. Don't There were about 60 FlnrlilKl. / !. (.......liradfwril..,.. C'oiiatr. >
present Salvatore IVAmlco, I'litlntlrr' size store!
forget to write the amusing things that have happened and the small to: enjoy the occasion. Out-of.1' ve. : any

things that have made your days happy. The letter might arriveat town guests were: Mrs. F M. TheI I

a time when she could use a little cheering. Vickery, Jr., and children, Ann Your Feet Know for lower maintenance, for fin safety, for structural better
and fTreflHv *if flatnABvllla I BLOCKS. Its lower
u Difference build it of CONCRETE insurance rafts and
Jacksonville a few days recently. Delicious; refreshments;: of Ice greater resale value matt it a sound Investment

BROOKERBy New Mr.River and Mrs.were, Will dinner Andrews guests ot of her cream mother and, cake Mrs. were Green served and Mrs.by I YOU GET 5 FOR / |Phone ......... for complete details. W. dcliitr.CONCRITI .

Mr. And Mrs. J. V. Ernest Edwards. Favors were "
Iva Mao I.eulHMr Edwards Sr.. w crdXdd
presented to all aa they cleparteH AND ,.
Sunday. o .
arc '
tc .
; and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Mr and Mrs. J ham Yarbrougl for home. Q 1/1/4' is such etb IIOCKS.IRICKSIASI$

Visited her parents Rev. andKirs. of Melrose visited Mr. and Mrs FLOOR. DRAIN AND ROOF Till

: C. A. Crosby of Lendon last Roy Green Sunday afternoon. PINE LEVEL :! yes q 'UA0r.MxiDcoNCun: AND CDMNT
wee'trnd.Mrs. Misses Francis and Helen Barry \J 49 'A'K;',y.e.e.

N. C. Mott la visiting eel and Miss Mary Joe Green visited fly M_ II. M. McRae When You Bring Your I -I, ti 3 MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS .

antes In Fort Myers for a\\ few Miss Mary L. Andrews of New Shoe Repair Work To f I \
River Sunday afternoon. .'1'
days. This community was shocked .\

Mr.: and Mrs. L. A. Brown of Mr.Starke and visited Mrs. Johnnie Mr. and Douglas l Mrs Monday morning by the sudden Every BIGGS Job & BAKER small Of'' .. You ca,,! ,,irl FREIGHT I Aiuiis Building, Supply, Inc.
death large
of Everett Norman. or given
visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown Our .
Buy tie
Jr., and Mr, and Mrs. Sanford Howard Douglas Sunday after. sympathy goes out to the bereaved our bent workmanship with thebest StptflesofJJx 4 HII01' p.iceof' 1036-10 W. Slain\ St., South
Ritch of Gainesville last weekend. noon.We family and other relatives. materials shipped leer I _
are sorry to report that Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall have GAINESVILLE
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and .IAX SHEWING FLORIDAPhone
daughters and Mrs. Mary Green Mrs. Shelly Fowler Is a patientin been visiting the bedside of their P.O. Box 62 217.218 -

visited Mrs. W. H. Union of Alachua County Hospital. We A"randKon. Edward Hall Murrhee,
Waldo Sunday wish her a speedy recovery at his home In Milliard.

and Mr.ions and attended Mrs. Cephus Primitive Harrell Bup- H.visiting Lee E. Stokes Roy his parents Stokes on a furlough Mr.of Guam and from Mrs.Is, death We of are,Edward sorry to Cnne hear who of wan tho Thank You Mr.

killed &

last teat Mrs.Church weekend.Buddy near RUSH Valdosta Is home from Ga., visited tho Army.Mr.. and Mr.. and'Mrs. Mrs.O. W. Barry Saturday his In wife a night.car Mrs.wreck He Betty near Is survivedby Cane Waldo a Mrs. N. M. Davies

Alachua Raymond four :year old daughter his par. \ .
County Hospital and UImproving. Crews of Jacksonville .
Sunday. entll. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Cane ofFort

Mrs. Lottie Edwards Mrs. G.U. I Putnam Mr. and Hall Mrs.visited Omar Mrs.Brown Mary of three sisters.White, Our six brothers and OF CONGERS NEW YORK

Miller and Harry Edwards L Green sympathy goes ,
\'!", red Mrs. J. W. Knight of Lake and Mr. out to the entire family. Before
Roy Green and

daughter Cltv Saturdny. Wade Mrs.Harrell Harvey afternoon.Mrs. visited Baxter. her ota vlllrt Mrs.Mrs.E.Tuesday J.a... Lewis E.afternoon.were In Gaines- anti her Betty marriage Mrs.Crosby Oscar Mrs.daughter Cane Crosby was of Miss and Mr, We're 'Sure that Millions of Farmers and Consumers I :'<' .

granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. ':'.

BUILDING Feel Just as You Do !


One of the wonderful things about Americans is their great sense of fair play.

HALF-PRICE. and Less Ever since the antitrust lawyers announced their intention of putting A&P out of business, tremendous numbers ol

.. people like Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Davies! of Congers, New York, have deluged us with letters, wires and phone calls.These .

: at ,Camp Blanding people are telling us, as Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Davies do in the following letter, ,';

why they like A&P and why they don't want to see this company destroyed. 4 r ; _



HARDWARE' = pO T() R ()4 .tS. '!NcDOCTOR FARM ,, .'

2500 feet sliding: garage ) : .NEW.. yCCK l
door track, brackets and "
...., CN'NR'! : ",' ,, ,"
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rollers. Under whole nle. DES:. IN. I) ., .r.S.: Nut coNCtcs: : : 31)N .' j!

10-inch extra heavy tee hinges ,. -.1"
""i"'" '49''
with brass pin. -- 20th, ,
Sept. .t<6 j.I'IJIJ j.
Cut from $1.75 I'S ... :;. ."' .. .;: .
""I J '
to 85 each :
< ''1'centle

e Co..
DRY SEASONED: FURNITURE'9UTE and Pacific tea and stares, r.:, ;
SINGLE SASII Atlantisaw the A. Pw ?
Great : that see .,
'the york li ill
sheathing possib1l1tY yOU :
DINING TABLES $1.45 CitY. the >
Per Ne'" york diStressed b Y exist. 1 ,.;
$45 10 ft. long, Masunlle been to one.wonder. ,"
cease '
Tops.Worth -LITEIODULE.IIUNi have 15 '
1000 .. . . $11.30. We u: there ,
WITH FRAMES:: unfair accusat hesproPer source products butthat "
2x4. 2x6: & 2x8 Special $5.85 Reduced because Of gull our dall :,
to only
$7.95: reaches and not produce, .\,1; $r
4 FT.LENGTHSPer letter farm
our knoW and .
BENCHES 5O *- UP as YOu We delivers d s two A.
stor0S 1nclu ,
farmers t"
I $ We are A. and ,' .!
)5 deterioration
1000 . . . PICNIC TABLES Special :5c *achPLUMBING food from local inwisely nearbY illages., thUS saving; store '.
7 FT. LENGTHS From $2.75 buy necessary e1ghtee storesVery bUY he-Spot fromtwo the farm P.to ti -
1matelY e
% time """ t'ir:
nger and M
to app managers and A e .
1000 . $40 $ arkets whose LransPortatioasame: as we get from and 1'. .'
hart the A. /
2000 dlin5t 1n
feet cast-iron excess
I ., -Ft. Lengths", due to all th a time we '
Per soil pipe price to low prices .e see Evidently not ,,., ,
$30 Calvuni/rd flat sheds, ran :R-inch,- re H9c ft. Our the derpaid' knOW
1000. .'. . ;. dom sixes only Special aOtf! ft. We wondered whe people were un after year. and we A. and. P. '",,'
sales on year with ,.
1x6 & 1x8 SheathingPer that stay bottom .
3 per sq! ] ft. Solid Brass Shower Heads mightmeiln saD1e amp loyees started at t he ;
{ stores the have ;" : :
CQfl that
Worth 1.73 ad town who .
1000. . JOlup have antic in our :
ELECTRICAL Special 98e eachTOILETS students 1 on s. the salespeoPle. ., .
1x3 & 1x4 $25 up # hiBh'gchool to sponS1ble pos1t 1f the consumer an d the farmers .'y.. .\'
risen shouts laborers .f
all the '
thiS ,
Fixture 1 fuse boxes, switch I t Vitreous Chins, chrome !Sloan .. Then what 1S brands the truckmen a. ;: .
_I bitten, panel boxes, conduit, txpe vslve. From $18.50 to 1 an ",IutJ -
wire. Contractors SAVE SO".. Only S1O.50 who manufacture your'd l' has "
Regular $1 I sq. 1O 80 Cb. PIPE FITTINGS .' those satisfi0d4 simple' The ail stores inB -
Toggle switches. and duplex. are A1J+ ewer is examP le to : rants.
Special S3.5O receptacles 3e each Over Off an expeearsct >Oarsbuild
SO7o We believe fttCncy should : s could well but io
,' whose ; : that has taken y their

Buy A Beautiful HomeFine y ZFS Lhls sere not &Sg&: imp rove the efficiency

home, built. from Camp HUntling: THE SUN \ the solution all merchants w very sincerely. rv tr
elected building, planned for two to four URKN) : \ encouraging "i
' bedroom., are now selling from I.V13! ; to 1112',. $875 operati0nse e ei
Easily moved intact. SEE TILE MODEL 71/,(; k4./l': .
HOME SHOW AT CAMP I1LANU1NG. As Illustrated : .
,:,' .. JLAid '
i:; -

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90-lb. roll 36 Inch $29.75

Per! 42 Inch $32.75 Celotes Gyplnp. Vi inch-
Sq. . llesry Duty-Less Motors $19 to $25 Per 1000 For 90 years this company ha tried to build a sound business on the Luis of giving consumers :: J

good food for their money and giving farmers better market for their products. more : d1, .

OPEN 8 A. M. TO 5 P. M. ONE-INCH CELOTEX It U heartening to know that the public approve of the job we have done to know that 'V-Y '. :

MON. THRU SAT. CLOSED SUNDAYS Leg $120 of fair, honest dealing ha won us the friendship of millions of consumer and fanners. our policy .J.",

Only $55 per 100 We will always be grateful to all our good friends who have offered us their help. ,;

We are proud to live in a country where such things can happen.
Leaders In REAL Low I Cost 1 Housing/ I ,



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FRIDAY OCTOBER :21. 1949 _______n___ _____________ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK.__FLORIDA __ ______ ___ --nn---- r.--I':_ Tt"T_._

that day. The Rev. C. B. North,I
a former pastor will bring the I
morning message. At the noon
,. II. Hitch flour basket dinners will be serv :.'
ed. In the afternoon all former
The Lawtey City Council met pastors present will be asked tc '
In session bring greetings.! Congregation
extraordinary Tuesdayof
lust week to enact a city ordinance Hinging. will be enjoyed uy thoac.jienetic ,
.. .
for the purpose of collecting !- .
the city's portion of the cigarette -. J. C. Prevatt. Sr., and Mr. and FOOTBALL !
tax enacted by the special) Mrs Truman Norman were called -
BesKlon of the State Legislature to St. Petersburg last Satur-
The Baptist WMU met with day to be with the J. C. PrevattsI I
Mrs Alva Cook last Tuesday afternoon Jr, because of the Illness their
at 4 o'clock for the regu-, daughter Ann. Mrs. L. H. liar-
lar business anj social meeting: i iJUrs. per of Starke Is staying with her
Cook served her guests tie- usher, J. (J. Prevail, Sr., wnile ,
liclous refreshments.! .. ia. Pitv.ut is away. Mr, prevail -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas has recently been a patientj
of Hendersonville N. C., are visiting of Sliudycrest Hospital.
Mrs. Thomas' parents, Kir A. A, Cook, principal ot the I FRIDAY OCTOBER 21st --- 8 P. M
and Mrs. Fled" Moore this week Lawtey School and L. H. Flitch,
Mr. and Mis F. C. Moore ot Inolpnl of Helluronn School, at-1 ,
Jacksonville visited their aunt flel\j"1{ the principals meeting! in
Mrs T J. Terry recently. I Stai'ke last 'i'hurbduy aftcrnuon. I
Virginia Tanner and Trudell Mrs. L. 11. 11111 was a business
Starling: / were baptized by Rev.I visitor to Uuiiicsvllle last Saturday -, B. H. S. ALACHUA
(I. V Lee last Sundny afternoonat morning vs.
Kingdley/ Lake and were re- 1 The WSCS: of the Methodlat I
ceived all members into the baptist ;Church met last Tuesday
Church noon at the church for a
The Grace Methodist Church of ness meeting.
Lawtey will celebrate Its Sixtieth James Wainwright of Jacksonville -
Anniversary next Sunday, October was a visitor with his HOME COMING
23, with a Homecoming. Invitations parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. II
have been sent to for Wainwright, during the weekend. I
mer pastors and members of the Rev and Mrs. Wlmter Giddings
church. The public Is Invited to went In Jacksonville during the I _
worship with Methodist people on weekend where Mrs. Giddings had
a tooth extracted. I
Mrs Margaret Arwood and son ADULTS STUDENTS '
of Key Wi-Ht are guests of her I
HOWARD'SCall parents Mr and Mrs. C. F. Car I

ter.Friends of Mrs. Hubert Priest 75c SOc
are glad to see her home after .1w- .
UcPyt being a patient at St. Vincent's
Hospital|, for several days. .
SC Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright t.
and children were in Jacksonvillelast
Filduy night attending the
marriage of Mis. Wainwrlght'a
sister bliss Dolls Starling, to A
S. Perser, Mrs terser has many 1949 SCHEDULE
frlemlt In t.imtey who wish her h
Call on im for reliable drug a long And! hnppy married life.Mr .
and Mrs.! Reed of Starkeattended
and health n.>e *\\eprldeuurnehcaun. Church last church Sunday.at the Methodist SEPTEMBER 23 WILLISTON 0 BHS 44

the rnptiliMm exactness, which

B'M't Into carry single lrellCrlp- SEPTEMBER 30 SEABREEZE 20 BHS6BHS

tlon wn fill.


Tcmpln Atfiiiic Starke 111.

.I n----J-.\CK- IIAZKW: : QII I '" --... OCTOBER 14 P. K. YONGE 6 BHS 26 .. .. .. HENNETII--JOllYsM--:.t' __

co; OCTOBER 21 ALACHUA HERE //'* A Fad .
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r1-' .." ,. \ We local : WESTERN OCTOBER 28 NE\UBERRY\ HERE SEE. .: THEM TONIGHT; |
t. operate
,w '''..'/IIrr'o'1? II

.-..ss: ., :It-,,-I/.A&; -'I"'I'! ::' ., : long distanceanyw I ASSOCIATE STORE NOVEMBER I 11 I LAKE BUTLER THERE Denmark Furniture Co.
--;) : .,...M.OVING.hIt _--,- .\ hern In U.S.! I !
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r0 : A Good Team Your Hacking Cleans A l ot-

F.UIMTIKS Deserves Your Support! See The Game Tonight


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Are You Ready For Cold Weather? 1 1I GOO LUCK t ------------ You'll Arrive Safe At Tile
P"r The Game Tonight TIRES
Florida Bank at t Starke

A turn the valve M KM; "HER >'.I .I.C. ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
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_and theGloBriteis_ // You Want A Winning Team
e .1 -ThT[ We're' {With{ You, Tornadoes/ I -;:; ; ---" Give Them Your Support!

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Fur Game!
Where Quality Has! No Substitute! !
I S..J..ny.atch Inspector! FLORIDA POWER ; ._. .--------------.H ..
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I OUR NEW: BLEACHERS AT IIRAD- _____..._......._............___...._...____. JJ ILJ J YO('.
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Good Luck, Team! I Compliment To The ; \Winkler' Electric Service
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.. Bradford Hardware Co. i Clean 'cm Tornadoes!
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i I Team!
Support The _____ .. ..._ ,, _I .
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[834.95 .DK-25. 25.000 HTU; i w f're Proud To Be We're All /'tilling : _____._____________ ___

: -__-........,. ----- A t TORNADO Booster! For The Tornadoes! .: AY/Yrx/i Yourself Before And
Instant heat-glowing, "bone-warming" heatIs yours
Dearborn r Every Type Of After The Game WUltINSURANCb' {
when' you turn the valve of the piM-operated
Clo-Brile Radiant' Heater. There isn't any warm-up period GU IRON GRILLCKOKGE i
for the GloBnte. The instant you turn it on, the radiants Torode Chevrolet Co. WHISTLE ORANGE
begin to glow from top to bottom sending out MORE ,\ PHONE 116 .: KOPELOUSOS i ;i AND VESS COLA

WARMTH FASTER thun any other radiant heater made! I ___ .________ .. .
H. C. WALL AGENCY u u. ----- ----.-._-------_f : : :
No matter how cold it gets you'll always find a warm ....----.." .,,. --'...., ,--
welcome at home when you have a D.arborn-the finest : ...-..--uu_ firing Home The Bacon, Mow 'Em Dotes, i COMPLIMENTS) OF'It's
safest gas heater mad. Com in and see this matchless
heater-and you'll see why no other can compare with ill I I A Pleasure TORNADOES! TORNADOES! LAWSON'S MARKET

Every D..,..,.set...HJj s-Crewe.. .._n'.ni-..e ln.e' To Bach The TORNADOES! 1 SETZER'S i
>., ..,./.(..1.."...../.<>.'."er If f... ALVAREZ' STORE & COLD STORAGEOLSON'S
III REFRIGERATION : "See the Tornadoes Heat -
SALES & SERVICE Eat. 1894 t Hut Eat: LAWSON'S Meat!"

Call St. At R.R. Ph. 121 Starke Fla. .. ':._ -=1.i L :.:- ...._4L.;., M {
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Miss Madge BrownleeTo I Miss Marian BrownComplimented Methodist WSCS I Visitors InvitedTo Presbyterian Church I CARD OF THANKS

Wed Mr. Chasteen At Plans Bazaar SoonThe Tourist ClubA 11:00 o'clock. We wish to take this method] of
Morning Worship :

Pre-Nuptial Parties Methodist WSCS met In Bingo party was enjoyed by Sermon theme: "Thy Kingdom thanking relatives for our their many kindness friends and and

the church on Monday afternoon visitors Come." This prayer Is made by beautiful flora
the members and of the sympathy and the
y"u'u' MIrs Gloria Johns honored Mia3 Too
of day.
at 3 o'clock.Mrs. Starke Tourist Club Tuesday millions people every al offerings in the loss of our
Marian Brown with a luncheon on
: do not realize the part
13 W. H. Haile. president night at their weekly meeting at many beloved darling. Irene Johns. Gone
Saturday, October at 1 o'at take in bringing in
I presided over the meeting and the Catholic Recreation Center. person may but not forgotten her loving and
clock 122 River Road in Jack
June Caldwell Office sonville. Mrs.\ I. P. Shepherd acted as secretary Cards and other games were also the Kingdom of God. sweet face will live In our hearts

Ph. State Farm 45 Kill: tor Phone 29 A yellow color scheme wa in the absence of Mrs C played during the evening. Sunday School 0:45.: Graded Adult and memory forever Wesley
. _ ____ beautifully carried out with arrangements E. Hernwall The opening prayer Homemade cake and cold drinks studies Bible Class for each meets age at group.10 a.m. in 'I Johns, husband; N. H. Tyson and
Mrs. J. H. Ritch.
was by
served. Par-
were wife father and stepmother;
/ ) of yellow chrysanthemums -
Baptist WMU Met P-TA Carnival Set throughout the home. The Plans were made for a bazaar New visitors are coming Into the Junior church.Fellowship 6pm. In nell Tyson and family brother:
I and dinner to be on
turkey i and
Rachel Hodge family,
with Starke all the time and the Tourist Mrs
bride was presented an
appropriate St.
Tuesday Afternoon For October 31 1 November 18. Mrs. Titus Olson Presbyterian Chapel ,
I gift in remembrance of gave an Interesting report on the Club Is looking forward to a Mark's. Episcopal and Presbyterian
the occasion. busy season, even better than
The annual PTA Hallowe'en youth. --- ..
The WMU of the First Baptist Mission Study last Friday. 0)----- ;
will be held Monday. October Those enjoying this occasion last winter, which was such a Visitors welcomed to all
Church met Tuesday afternoonat Mr. T. H. Slade, in charge ol are
Mix Johns Miss Brown successful season of club actlvl
3 o'clock with 48 members 31. beginning with a par. were the program, used" aa her subject our services. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
present. ade starting from the school at Mrs N. T. Rltch.: Mrs. H. C, "Mission Schools and Colleges". ties. John Warren Kaufman

Circle 1 met with Mrs. S. E. 2 o'clock. The parade will president. Mrs. L. B. at the USO where there will be Suzanne Funs. Miss Lou Edwards Mrs H. H. Adams Mrs. are Invited to become member I

Daniels Sparks had charge of the pro booths with things to sell. Including t Mrs. W. H Gammel. Miss Martha J. R. Wainwright Mrs. J. 1.. Anderson of the club end enjoy the fun BEVIVIAL NOTICE
"Christ doil clothes made by the Lee Ryan. Miss Joan Carpenter,. Mrs F. S. Smith. and filled meetings. Beginning Saturday night. October -
Her was
gram. In shop classes. The car Mrs. J. M. Smith and Miss Sarah I Visitors 22, there will be a revlva'
boys to
the Answer to the People." Mrs. Mrs C. E Johns The meeting are requested register
F B. Beard gave the devotional nival will continue through the Shiver. was closed with prayer by Mra with the Chamber of Commerce j meeting at the Congregational

from Psalms 103. Others taking afternoon with dinner and dancn I J. R. Hill.Birthday. as soon MS they arrive in ,Methodist Church on Brownleeroad ,
Mr. At the USO Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- The home of Mrs O. L. Be as. town. I every night at 7:30: o'clock.
part on the program were: I lee of Starke announce the engagement 1 ley formed the setting for the Everybody Is invited to come out. .

Paul Raymond and Mrs. Ann WSCS To Observe I and approaching marI I lovely tea given last" Thursday Party I Doris Miller, Church Sec'y i
Hutchlns. nags of their daughter, Madge afternoon In honor of Miss. MarIan For Patty Lawson Mission StudyThe t

Mrs. S. E Sparks presided over Week Of PrayerThe Constance, to Mr. James Uoy I IChunteen Brown bride-elect of this NOTICETo
the business" meeting.The Ir r Jr., of Atlanta Oa.,I i month by members of St. Mark's Mrs. James. Lawson entertained Women's Missionary Union clear up some misunderstanding tI I
ol the First Church of
Mission" Study Chairman, Methodist WSCS will observe son of Mr. and Mrs. James. Roy Auxiliary. The ('ntlre'lowel' floor with a birthday party last and comment, Mr. Shep
Mrs. It. D. Haines, reported an the "Week of Prayer and Chaateen of the State Farm. was thrown ensulte and flowers Saturday, October 15, at her Starke will have an all day Mission Tomllnson who was recently approved i
Study nt t the church next
all day study meeting on Tuesday Self Denial" on October 23 witha The wedding; will be un eventof I In fall colors were used. In dec. I home on Bay and South Streets by the Board of County
Tuesday October 2.1 beginning at
with a covered dish luncheonat I "Quiet Day" beginning at 10 November 19 In the First Bap. 10 o'clock. The book "God'sHurry"
12 o'clock. o'clock. Light refreshment will I list Church. No Invitations are 'The receiving line composed of ,on her 12th birthday. will be reviewed Rev itorlum has not been diagnosedas PHARMACISTS I
The meeting: was closed with be served at noon. On being sent in this vicinity but_ Mrs Mattie Gahagan and MISS I Hallowe'en decorations were used by having tuberculosis. He left
L. D. Halne and covered dish
prayer by Mr. Durden. day night. October 29 : I all friends and relatives of the Brown, stood in front of the I I throughout the home. During j luncheon will be served a at 12 o' for Orlando Thursday for special! ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE
another service will be wednea'i couple are Invited to attend the mantel In the living room which the afternoon games were enjoyed diagnostic tests and studies which
clock All members
are urgedto PHONE
Dr. Otto J. ToniseenChiropodist services will be in the I wedding and reception. was banked with porn porn chrysanthemums -I by the guests. attend. are not available locally

al Building.Full and fern. The honor guest received many I A. Y. Covlngton Md., 64 Night J
I Birthday Party The decorations in the dining lovely gifts front her assembled Director Bradford County Health Day -

OavineatUIe 1r1a.Forerlr lima of office. mi|>|>ll.fi. <-. ,' room were of pink and white. A friends. i 'Christian ChurchHomer Department. ----_- e..
For Wayne Kinney fan .shaped arrangement of white 1 Assisting Mrs. Lawson In .
now In stock<< .t the Bradford serving 1-
< .< J..-k...vlllXI .> Swlndnll. Minister. The ..
gladioli and pink pompom chrysanthemums -I and entertaining were: Alice
N. Pi...... St. .... 883: County Trlrgraph. VVayno Shelton Kinney was In a silver bowl was Lawsrm. and Ann Cressler, friendly church In the heart of FOR ALL TYPES OF

honored on his fifth birthday anniversary. I placed on the buffet. The dining I Enjoying the party with the town where you will always finda PEST CONTROL
Saturday afternoon,' table overlaid with imported I honor ;welcome.
wan an "guest; were about 25 young
For Your Convenience To See October 13 with a party given|I: linen cloth with Insets of people. ..Calling all men to attend the WRITE OR PHONE

for him by his mother, Mrs. Carolyn .,; Vi-nise lace medallons.. The centerpiece Men's Bible Class. which will begin FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand

Kinney, at St. Mark's Par.' was a Dresden bowl hold. Rotarians Plan this Sunday at 10 a.m.Ve

rlsh House, on Church Street. Ing pink Cavalier rotten and tuberoses I would I like to have you as a CHEMICAL CO.
T. V.We The*spacious center where the flanked on either! side by Ladies' Night charter member of his class 2150.: N. ALABAMA: ST. TELEPHONE:" 2561-R

young guests assembled was gaily French porcelain candle holdersIn Come on men. let us make this GAINESVILLE FLA.
decorated with colorful balloons th. shape of roses holding tall Members of the Starke Rotary the best winter or our lives byattendlnl
resembling basketballs. and fool. Club will be hosts to their wivesat Termites Rodents All Household Pests
white tapers. The silver coffee { the Bible School every
a Ladies Night event to be
balls. and tea services at either end of Lord's
Given GraduateEntomologists
Free Inspections and KHtlmaten; by
Will Remain Several I delightful were held -In the Methodist recreation
Open Nights (he table
were prenidnd over by
11 sub .
building Momlnlll''orMhlp a.m., (t'niverslty of Florida)
enjoyed by the children prizesbeing Mrs Clifton Brown and Mrs. Thursday night) ject "This World". Communion
Until Further Notice awarded to Henri Lou Den Carrie Rlt('h. Silver trays adorn 27.
Dinner will be 11:15: a.m. ... ....., ... .
nis and E. L. Akeridge. Favorsof ed with of nerved at : - --- -------- ----;
pink .,
charm bracelets for the girls poms and holding pink and white pom to be followed by a ( 7:30'1 Ev..nlniser..\(""..: Christian Endeavor I

miniature footballs for the boys mints sandwiches and Individual Informal entertainment. T. H. 6:30: p.m. All young peo ,

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD as well as candy filled baskets': cakes were paused by Mrs. Merrill Slade Is chairman of the arrange- pie are invited. No age limit.

and balloons were given to each Strnth. Mm Richard Kidd ments committee. Evening Worship 7:30: p,m., sub- t tI

RADIO TELEVISION SEAT COVERS small participant.At and ject "Shining for Christ".
. Mrs. James Blacknhear. fir'P PyF Y .
one end of the hall was u The music room was decoratedwith Beta Sigma PhiThe Follow the crowd, to the Wednesday -
Court &: MsMllxun Sts. Stark, Florida table covered with a white lace arrangement! of white and : night Prayer Service at

cloth and centered with a two. pink gladioli and porn\ pom chrysanthemums Meta Sigma Phi sorority{!!7:30: pm. Lust week there was
tiered birthday cake bearing five Soft' music was will hold Its regular bi-monthly I| the largest crowd In years. r I

candles. rendered by ]Mrs.\ Lemuel Colsonnnd meeting Monday October 21, In I I I I
SPEED QUEEN Wayne received mnny lovely Mrs. Levy Canova. the Woman's Club at 8 p.m. Ail I St. Mark's Episcopal

tlfts and pictures! were, taken of Mrs. J.V.. Kincald' and MrsA members ale requested to be I II t i iJ

WASHING MACHINE --- the Finest! j tbe merry group during the aft- C. Durden received the gucuts. present. I I i I Rev. n. I:. i'il""",,",,, li.D., Vicar) J
rnoon. ,
at the char They were Introduced Sunday, Oct 23 :945: a.m.
Those assisting Mrs. Kinney in to the receiving lire by entertained with an outdoor. supper 'I. Church School. Clauses for all Check Up On Home Repair Needs I i

'tUrtalnliiff and serving refreshments Mrs. O L. Bcanley. ]Mrs.\ Ed- at the Durdrn. home, Jacksonville'Fp !lagers/ nursery through junior
to the 60 little guests. were wArd Bums Invited the guests Into ) rh, Tuesday evening, Oc-r:I high 11 a.m. Morning Prayer Inspect your home from foundation to roof for',' I

liiIr' !irroi Misses Jo Ann Dinklns and the dining room. Those receiving tuber 11 'at 8 o'clock, In honor of'lend I Sermon by Rev, 3. W. Crea : signs of needed repairs. Then bring in your fix-

i1I1,1, r a Sharon Hull/ Mrs. TUtus Olson In the mimic room were Mrs Miss Marian Brown and Dr. T. O..I Isey.. 6 p,m., Youth Fellowship(: up list to STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES:: and i
to u Wlc sire II. II. Adams. Mrs. Frieda Charles Flitch and ]Mrs.\ GeorgeKopelousoM. Rltch, whose marriage will be an I airs cooperation with youth of the
ho Hall !Mrs.! Irene Hutto, and The bl'lde'as presented apiece I episcopal Church. I The church is open daily forprayer expert: advice on repair problems, too!
Ir( and Mrs. I. S. Hutto. of her sliver as a memento Those this and meditation
I enjoying affair were Our Service Saves Time And Trouble
of the occasion. One-Stop
I Miss Drown Dr. Hitch, Mr. and
'''lII1 -, 0 II I Mr.. Johns, Mr. and Mrs, Durden, I RF.Lir.iors SKKVICES:
I IiI Mrs R. A. Weeks entertainedwith Mrs. N. T Hitch, Mr and Mrs. AT S. ,\, ('/%:\IPReguJal' 1".11.\. Remodeling or Repair Loans can be I

1 I III'I COMPLETELINE a luncheon at the Keystone H. C. Brown and Miss Betty Jo| r obtained. Let us explain to you.
inn services at the Salvation
on Tuesday at 1 o'clock in Durden.
II'I' I I OFMEN'S honor of Miss Marian Brown. | Army Camp on Bedford
--- i i
II Iii IiiI. II The table was centered with a Mrs\ M. F. Brown honored Mlssi Lake'are as follows: TARKEBUILDERS'

-I. lovely arrangement of white Marian Brown and Dr. T. O I Sunday School 10 a m. Hnllnea

j gladioli and chrysanthemums.Place Ritch with a buffet supper at heel I Meeting 11 a m. Evening Service

1 I, io_ r cards. with tiny cupids home on Walnut Street Sundays 8 p.m. SUPPLIES I:0 I
IiIj miked the )places of the guests: night at 7 o'clock. \' Tuesday service\ 8 p.m.
Iii Iiip Y The bride was presented within The table was centered Fridays Ladles Home League, S.A.L. DEPOT Qc&Ax 45 WSzfc&ggiW ...

Ii I'1' IIIII { appropriate gift In renumhran i an arrangement of yellow with I 8pm.
p i iII ... .
<" of the occa..lon.ThoMe anthemums. Arrangements --- ------------- -
II _. .. ..-
{ b enjoying this affair with i yellow chrysanthemums and red; -

: the hostess' and honoree were: I j i roses were placed at points of interest -

Mrs II C. Brown. Mrs. N. T'I I j',i throughout the home.
Rltch. Miss Joan Carpenter, :Mrs Those Invited to bo with the
it O. P. Duke Mrs. 1., B. Moorer I i I I hrVttess and her honor guests were' K'9t"i'5Only10 % !-''

I "1'''. J. M. Smith Mrs. J. W. An-I i I I Mrs N. T. Bitch Mr.\ and Mrs 91S

drews, Mrs. T. J, Griffin and MM.. I,, H, C. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J, W.
M. F. Brown. : Andrews, Mrs. Leon Moorer, Mis.

II I I ''Annie Darby Mr and Mrs. T. J

I Members of Gamma Theta ,,!' Quiff In. Mrs.. O.V.. Brown Mrs
4 Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi honored J, P. Moore, Rudolph Thede, Mrs !
Minn Marian Brown ,with a W. B. Sewell Florence and Mar '

dinner on Tuesday evening at 7 cus Brown and Dr. and Mrs. C. I > I
o'clock at Avery Inn. C Mendoza. Cliff Mendoza, and I

I90RKCLOTHES\ Yellow chrysanthemums beautifully Miss\ Gloria\ Johns of Jackson-

arranged with fern formed i!I vllle. more days to enter
$99.95EASY PAYMENTS the centerpiece for the table

Plae cards bore yellow butto.i -
I chrysanthemums.The I

honoree wa presented witha &OO.OOO GARV27K

AT ,PRICES THAT Beta Sigma Phi bride's book f!1W I1

I of the .
as a memento occasion. .
I Those present. with Miss Brown STARKE COWSSTi
were Mrs Gene Long. Mrs Merry
Beth Smith Mrs. Leslie Biggs: Suit., Miin.. Tin-*.. Oct. 3S 2?\
i ir Sullivan'sDRY Mrs Willard Pall", Mrs. Robert

Biirkzdiile Mrs. Lamarr Curry, THE JUDGE 700 Prizes A '.>

Mrs. Eddie Hartmann, Mrs. W. KSewell ,
GOODS ,I Mrs. H. G. Denmark. Mrs. I STEPS OUT :25 A'sv Iiw.ls HEMS Aa. 6v tb: I
1 II. C. Hitch Mri. C. K I HSJM.Mlsies .
-. TW ?..&.'.. Cr ./ ,It. TV ** S.D"F.dDMI., ",.. bta"11. *".* .._ ib
Freddie Wimberly and{j I Alexander. Kn"'l. .Inn Southern' + ** l r**,... peon. ...... DMOV cn Hid ....tM..uw.". ...l: M
117$ West Call Street f.M f) w UIMV
-- ,itazel Fields. Wp' 4-door c.._ V 1 fordSodorw 3. Wt 'r.. C...+bly c .... _, ....WIKWI".,MaiiwFix ..
I i tqulppad with .' So..., .... ,.. .
Starke Fla. luxtnw. .dN 4. MM mil* W ......"'-
We.1.. ThillVt.. 26. 27 tadia: "Moaic A.." M.ot.r, O..drl.., and (...* Gent :Uclalim? :' 31. h fed /. ";
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. Jr. II '" ::21.
I nO'BLETt'RE Whit SicUwal! T..-... 3. i..0 _d. Nu CIaca UM.o.L rt /
a .
I land Mr. and Mrs. If. A. Durden Oft mar .u 11. ,
I SNEwhlmT.rxsOw..rsep .... .'.er .. rrwl-yne...-...
...... ,.,.,.,_ I. .try.. wheItuJ. .hbn .trn..1 ta.Itrn ..
.k ..
.Y .of ,.. .._ ,,. .
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I Small Down) Payment NOW TON I HOME PERMANENT liirbara" lIal"l Ronhy llrl-M-oll 1 ((0-' <, porn-.. :'I::;'dMd4'.a... IYlnt.rnt anti.nod.our. aw.w.u_.,..r. vurY tnl/, S>
y ram. and .d.nn Ir.n; .:: JI'
Taut Stewart n ral Duty Mod l fS.V ": 11.ntrp.
21 Months To Pay V .B ... .... itab 01.- _..... .... .......;." '" ,..... y
I'Lt'A body (tar rVrimt I. limited'' to lkTanllrMmul 114.._ ( _..... ('
TWICE AS EASY-TWICE AS fASTN.w 151-indi wh..lbo., FORD Trudu. .Qu.pp.ci I!, S. .n4 A''...... wen.l" pa.".. !arunr.t...4
THE FIGHTING with Sadie and "Magic AI'" M.ot.r.Optional (e> N&.... .t.t.d.n.n. Uy = aw.aw .d .,
I'lIILCOREFRIGERATOR' at p.i... ta Hia top S of'''. :25 car W.nk...DI.. M ..wbum. ., ? ii,. M- ,M .y"Mank./
Electro MasterRANGES ........ 1 rrM rtty. nnrtn.lity (tIJ) WIn_ ann. ... he
t t GRINGO wirwHt. who specify pr. for a Suck .rid rip_J_. __ r p..d.t.a:; .rod r I...'.. nub
01 Cont. Entrylanb mt* tti ( r
Ton! Roflll Kit. New Plwito I M I'"r--::. ==b: !:: ror--1.u' :ta. am to 19411...

Small Down Payment :Method I l>>>trect Ions show how With Lnplta) Tar. ...-.' "r'-r..., :25000 a.s. ._..' ,. at (.Bit.* HuMrmplurm ,
cf .{ of
Tom now waves many types .b....... -
21 Months! To Tay hair in ai little: a* 30 mmut"100' N./A'Yf!; &wM.. Motor c ':." fcitr. Ford. ,le.l...
.. FORO .i
; Frl., Sat. Oct. %11. 2flIHH'BI.K e : jT.fN IM......._I w tMwS1aMgs
: FE.TfKEBEHIND ----IOO 1100 Us. I_ -
See the world famous PIIILCO : Bawar

,. T...& SrINCurlrwt. J raKitn
Com"I. s. New SPINAaIhy ti
TELEVISION now on display at i No more rubber hands LOCKED DOORSLucille :200 SOt. ..revtMCS Batar: : .

-.all pkt'tic.all-in-nnaGnps: \: ) 550 25 Of J>*ww A wsurrrr r--- aaT
our store I spine' ktk.wtha0'ckof> ", v : Brrmrr, Richard O rlwn.
I", I the 11"..<:1'. i I'LI'S CHECK tmfCTOt
*|2fUJj > (4 f *r GHOST r INSIGNIA fjIIe mnr UAH

J NASWORTHY :' .h,? "...*! '' .eN -' I TOWN

E. Call St. Starke. Fla.> I I Cartoon & Serial Thane 113 Madison & Adams Sts. Starke, Fla.
FLA. I, .- _.- .- -.. DRIVE IN RIGHT NOW ** CONTEST. ENDS OCT. 311!

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Mrs. RuDorothy seeit Judd and children I.. (-rr.ll ('0."'. Bradford CotiiXr.Fliirldm IN Circuit {'AU". llr.iirnril 4'nnnlr. plnlntirf "....k. divorce and permanent -
left In <.kmtcrrr.Hulxrl Kli.rld.. In ( h....<..r r.Oiirnott rare, custody. unit control of the
and D. W.
Jack M. UwmiK, Plaintiff """ A. II Iii, IMulntlff. VH JoiI1II1 > minor children. Hrn.lford r-
Thursday to Join Mr. Judd In Odorii Louise Owens, Icfrndnnt fum* V.M. I. f-ounty Telegraph" shall niibllnli this
i Glade. l'.a... No. 760XOrilrr J".r"ndl1at"1 Order of I'nhllrntlon. ....1 Soil.. tolpprar llrdi-r In mint; four weekly Issues: II
their new home In Belle <.( Pnhllriitlnii null !S'r1'rFl 0. .'I.tlIIIII' ter, \M>nem. my hand unit nfflrliil' sent
Mr. H. I* Speer of Pahokce I* t|>prnr.r 'rn OF' Fl.o llll> \ tatIVihiiii I Jae H III. w hose rrMl'Ianre. Is. Ill lit Htarke. Florida' thin OitulivrOIPPICIAI
Cherry reeh 1'1"1111') Kentucky la. U4I.!
brotherinlawand l.i,>ultia uwvni. whose reIdonne ,- I
the guest of her and address In ,113 Hhnll You aro. requlrwl I.. R "5o.ar anNov.mber IOt\: 1.1 ,\.1 Thomas
sinter. Mr and Mrs G. JMcOrlff Went Onhinihln. NIU\l1 Cnrollnu. 1'11"1, 21Mt.941.\ (In. 1111' Ith.."., <*K t'I", k .of Kitlil, iViurt' 1. 'FULLY
IN THE ld WS named ('ourl .and 'ho''Io EQUIPPEDThe
cause .Inns
Vein nh K
are rmiulred to Hppenr
this week. : '
: ; yxekpennvllle
seeks dlvnrrN tradford
Navvniln-r .let l 19(9. In the above l.I"ln"ft riu'Menu' Fleshy, : : ::
.. Mrs Y. A. Harris of Gainesville named, Court and mime, wheieln 'ol"l&'r"l.h' Mhltll I..bll.h. thisOrder Alt'- for Plf. 10.21 In next fear wekiv Issues
-- .
,plaintiff seeks dlvorH llrudfnrdCntlllty
arrived Saturday to visit Mr.and 1'Itlte.N h..n,1, anti IIfflrlHI s.slIi .
Mr. and Mrs. T. F Hutto and I Mrs W 1C. Nollmaa will haveas I Mrs O. J. McGriff and Mr Order .In TfUHruph n* \t: four shall Jreekly publish: Issue this:,', t I'lnrko.my Flurlda" this o,.toha 4 1'. -- Iltll---< \pient available to the profession I is

children. Franky and Vonnic. and I' guests this weekend Mr. andMrs. WIl..1IM my, hand, .and official ne..I.II l 17. \1411.\
and Mrs. Lex Green. ,
HKFlClAt 8K\M!' "J ThomilfAH
I at Htark. Florida, Ihls October ( used by this funeral home in maim
Barbara Denmark ot Jacksonville D. C. Dawklns and Mr and .
:Miss Mm. I... D. Vining Is visiting 14. 194-1. I'll I k of until four*
were weekend guests of Mrs Crosby H. Daw kins of l! her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. (OKKIClAt. SlL\i.) A. J. ThonmH, Ally for Plf IU-II 4t 11-11 taining its well known standard of

the L. S. Hutto Family. I Jacksonville Joiner in Atlanta. Ga.? this I' BIlitveu AM cruHiiv Clerk. r>.of c Haiti Court, In 4 Irrult. (Court. llrndford fount. adlo

Mr. and Mra. N. N. Sttlngfel- IliillnueVn Dinner DaI".... Key.atone week. cha It. Hen*. 204-05 (tliiaranly' I.lfe Klorldni In ( ....n...... Service
I'liilntlff, C'artrl
tiulldlnaJaikaunvllle.. Fiorldn' VB
low of Headland Ala. and Mis. Inn Saturday. Oct. 2!> Mrs. Peggy Tilley Mr. and Mrs Ally for Plf lu-SI 41 11-11 ('Ivd.Vatts, I'.rondt, Cuim No

)II. E. Graddlck of Dothan Ala., Phone Ke>'.tone 2801 I for 1'.1'.1 I Bill Tilley and Mr. and Mrs Cecil i 7 HUH.Ordrr, nt l>nl>IU. >ntlon. and Sour.. totliprnr. DeWITT C. JONES

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. : \ution Sewell of the State Farm spent .. r ,'.IKl, >K ." .tI.1I It' lot.
Frlt-nd.1 of Mrs. Burke Ellington I 1. Clreuli Court. llradfanl ( east>. l nrter t'Ivde'atlN. whuso rrsldrprrIs .
James Lawson last weekend. Sunday In St. Augustine and Klorlilnl In ( hmieery.II unknown: Phone 7 Starke Ha.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and ,,11be\ glad to learn that Jacksonville V. :O'II1"n.: Plaintiff, v*, Kitna You are required to appear" onKnvpinlirr
she la now back home and doing I Norman liefendant. Cane No 7RHH I1st IIHH, In thn alionainvd \<>
con. Franklin and Mrs. Pearl Mrs D. E. Knight left Mondayfor i Order of 1'uhllrnllon. and Notice to Court artit, cans ulnri Funeral Director Ambulance :ServiceOur
afternoonIn nicely after six weeks In River New York whore she wll'' tpl..*.. r\l'H nt" Kl.OIIIItt 101Kdna li'Ii''alai suck dlvurc and, runiodvf .
Burnham spent Sunday side Hospital. Jacksonville where :Norman. whose rvHldence. .and .. <'hi.... Hradfunl
spend ten day with her son local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and
Jacksonville. : address la 1405 Holntan Street, Kill- County Tuletrrnph hall '.oblieh' thti
she underwent two major operation Paul Knight. .stern V C,,: Older In next four uvvlilv Issues SERVICE services not otherwise available.
Mrs. W. W. Monette and children *. You .art required, tn appear on witness my hand and official pea1'
visiting her parents In Dr. W. E. Middleton returned :Nomlier, 2lat. '1949 In (the abovenamefl lit Htuik. Klurldu, thla ( ictobri.
are ,
Mr, and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Sunday from his In Georgia Court and rails, wherein 16. 1949. -----------
Birmingham Ala., whllo Mr. Mon. Jr.. this | 1.1..ln'lfr' seeks divorce. llradfordCounty (OFPIftAU K\l..) A ,t. ThoniHKAH Chas. C.
cite Is attending a twoweek'Navy are spending whore he had spent the past two Ti'li-a-rnph Khali publish thl. Clork of mild, t'niirt We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, andaccept
week In Tallahassee with Mrs. W.' weeks.Hallowe'en. Order, In next four weekly IKHIIL.BVltnenM Hy Iliivpn CrimUv O. C ShepherdAt >
ANY life Insurance policy In force l ta lIe by ANY
school In Charleston S. C. \
M. Wainwright my and offlrlul' neat Ally for Plf 10-tl 41 11.11
Dinnrr DaJice, K..y. at lit nrke, Kloj-lila. thla (utobprIIKK1CIAI ; company as payment In part or in full on a funeral.
Cheater A. Arthur returned Miss Lily Tom Starling of Ha- \C. 194I! Cay'a Service Station
stone ) 29.
I Inn Saturday, ( cot. 1 In Irrnlt. ( .....t. HraiKoril 4'o1uiI.' Consultation carries no obligation.
Saturday from Dayton Ohio hlra Ga., will arrive Friday to Phone Keystone 2HII1 for rewr- ( ', SKM. A..1. Thoina.. Klorldni, In 4 hnnrvrr.Urrln. .
where he has been visiting his spend this weekend 1th M153Madge A* Clerk, of, said Court I IlKll. Hlfern, Plaintiff VHllurlev
vat ..,.*. Hv Haven CrnMhv. |11. ( l Ullmorit' Si lets., lieftindiintCa .
daughter. Mrs. J. F. Burnett. Brownlee. Mrs. Lily Lewis returned to ChiiM,. It 11..... 2ii4-ni iluarnntv T.lft N. 7500order (
W. I Andrews and Mra.T. Mr. Kulldliia-/ .lackaonvllle., hMorldn. I l i.f 1'ublh'atlon. andatle.e to
Mr. and Mrs A, T
Montgomery her home in last Saturday Atty. for Plf .
Apopka 10.21 4t 11-11 ..Pl.| ..... irtl'M 0. FI.tltIH1 lot l lMiirluy
C. Chastain spent Monday of Griffin. Ga.. were guests of I after a viilt with her son llllmorw. Slfnra to hoHf rest ldpnctf BEAT THE SALES TAX Just a few more days
.lie It'iK Houth Hcott Ktrrct
afternoon In Lake City. Mrs. W. F. Godwin taut Friday.
and duughter-tn-law Mr. and la Circuit, Court, llradford t.otiitt>. ArllnKton. Vlritlnln: left Save 3 all purchases before November 1
Mrs. James A. Lewis. Klorlilm, In knncerr, You are reiiulred' In appear on percent on
Irma' .lohiittun. IMalntirr. v*. avld Nnv.nh"r 21.t, 1148 In th.. above
Miss Haven Crosby Is apcmJmgthlH C. .lohneon, efendant... Cane No. named Court and vauna, whereinLouis -
Every Branch of week In Gainoavlllo with Mr, 7670.Ordee. 9 x 12 AXMINISTERwALLWOOL : -

and Mrs. C. F. Wnmock and who! of. ltihllcntlon and...Notice I. 4opprnr. ..- (I."V ,' .
% 'n'
"I'1'I'l': 0. KI .11. lot H ; ':
INSURANCE attend the Hom..comlnfelltlvl/ Ilil\ld' "'. Johnson whoneIH rrnldrnre RUGS ,.",.. "" '1:{
ties at tho Univuslty. of Flor'di st, (Ipora-u' Ueorala: R. Dean 1' '. .

.', ., thin weekend.Mr. Yo" ,are 211I1.In.rotlulrrd! In In appear the nhnve onN.vmnler ( \ >" "

and Mrs. G. C. Conner named l'uurt' and muse. whrroln1.1"lnllff I TAX CONSULTANT $59.95' .
seek. dlvnrc, 111'.1''
had as their guests Sunday Mr. ...''nlToo..III.h. shall ..hush this

H. C. WALL AGENCY and Mrs Marshall M. Stricklandof Order\. In nest my hnnl four and wrvkly official IssuesVItnesa seal BOOKKEE:1'IVCSERVICE: : Ih'aiitlful. new di>Nlii4| \ d

Florahome and Mr and Mra.J. qt "Iul'ko. "Flurlda this Urtober and colorn Co match r
D. Brldier and Mrs. John 1&, 1049.:' Jour lit Ing room "
i Bridler of St. Augustine. clerk of mild ,Court .
J. D Brldler is the daughter W'I liv llnvfti CroHby, l II, C.K Save Three .Percent by
Cotistant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- K "'..rn".n. MMike, .. .,..hl", t"" -
the Conners Ally for Plf |''.21 it 11.11 1 0 So Walnut St. Iluying Before November 1 ?

Major R. G. Kldd Is attendinga STARKE. FLORIDA ?
90-day school of instruction at Office Supplies of all klnilHBraxlforil -

National Guard Bureau Head. CViiinty Telegraph. Platform Rockers I'KARLWICK 2-liITKNEK:

quarters In Washington, D. C I. __ _ - OIL HEATERS
-- _. Mrs. Kidd and their children left ...' yaCLOTHES

Tuesday for Alexandria. Va.
FOR 8AI.W: rued radio, plionoBraphH. NRW: !Sinner' Mewing. :MnrhlnraI'HKh I
,pnrtahli' 1.15 up Chaa. A Term' are avnllaliln' In where they will reside In orderto SEE THE 1950 I HAMPERS .
,'. Hhepheril, ItxdloNNrat Cover this m i.tlon only through J.l11I".r be near Major Kldd.I BtuI
Court <* Mil ill Him Sta. If l'I..wlllIC :Maihlnn, fo., 4113 X. Mnr-
I lon $t., l"lke city\ Fla. Thonefi I I I Ilalloue'en Dinner Dance, Key CROSLEY WORKSAVER
II"LOII.U' "::1.'. imii.i.ixi ( o o, write& Hft-tUe or visit rar our, shop will; visit ourNulss : Intone, Inn. Saturday Ort.! 2!) SCIENTIFIC NEW DESIGN $8.95

2: -. 1.t ll-liu-h welln A Hump your homo tiimtt riiueHt.| If I Phone KvyHtonu 2801 for rvnvr ILt.ll.r !
......11..d 4L rrpalrrilhone I vatlons. GIVES YOU NEW SPACE, MORE SPACE -
Write to
} IJ. or : uml
,1. \. tit ,"> KTTMapileuny Federal Land Bank I
Kla.. S-4tfIyr "CONVENIENCE LEVEL"All a 0
LOANSLong Bms & $9.95
SELL YOUR TIMBERNOW Tt'rms--I.ow Interest \ ..

I See Mr. John gr IIII.U
Highest Cash Prices Paid K. W BRYAN McKinney ('liulrc nf ir'-i'i i X29.95 I'.,r. "uk

I anti t \\ lull* .
7HIV.. :Mule Strtft N. Rev. John II. Bibles of Stetson
WILL OU BUY I IN UNIT IN: HULK tjulne",'lllp. Florida University DeLand will preachat I $$19.95r:.;: IfllHUttlKl \\ hit.. AUo WINK! & Oil

I II KIMt HK\T: Hi'vcnil I furnished. n-, i the The Baptist Church every Sun- II And IT' A I'algns :siTT! o)'lll. i5iAMirrDISPLAY. Clrelll"l"r4._
day. public I Is InvitedMr. .
F.nWI 11', PECK 4A rt-riiom apx rt n.ent5. .MmlMtii!
i.>'iii\f loaves. 1.n..ln.1: Yard with I Also: nice Table Lamps on |isrlay| on Sale !
and Mrs. P. "
John W. Turner O. Stalling
Or h,.. ". ltffi people( with mnallilill :
P. O. Box 463 >lr.1n. :Mm C. C. Wynn, Kn: .tHturkit and daughter. Catherine welt I
I .
Gaine \'ille, Fla. I 0.161f'Olt shopping: In Sturke Saturday I IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO HETT K K A T
IIK.VT: : 4 rm liiiima It IKU. Mrs. Forest Reynolds of Jack : ,
I 'IIIMiltHH. lights & WUtfl. IttllUllHnt '
Send me a postcard and I the l.lttli store 2 ml. K:,. of Bonvlllo spent last week with. hat' I I

will come, see you. """'k.- ," old lllanillnn rd UpI mother Mrs .F. T Abet nathy t Denmark Furniture Co. .

'tirr ('..Ik*y Menials. t
Bit W ANN= KB I f'OfXTV: 1.IVF.lT"'J" 114 r> Wnliiut Ht. I'h. 25 ,
!MAIIHKTAuction( : sale eachVed.. Town & Klnici'li'V nke humps, furn
Owned i.pi ruled l bv..1' l P. Oiloiii.r & "1'nfiiril Also AptM. tf a Imo I I'llONE: 151 STARKE.' FLA.
<1"l" 4.1' LONG BRANCH
Ph "lnM 1.1\l 'e .k. -
roil SAI.K': an K-flnt alto mixnlili ...... It .. .
Furnli-hMl I Apt: Foil I m .-IT. rail, .in (.'aitiiiv, ri.conilltloni (l, liken Icy a/rs..1.. .... str.ckldod, I t ... : : '. -,, d_ : ". ..1/' ,: .. :. ;. ,"' .,..J'ft.JI1.KOCH'S : .
Ht 221: TVnipler; I fl ''f w $75 I'Dftfoiil Kngrlnni'rlniiri'i. : I I

)'on HM.lII I I < II.fl.. giant. rnpaoltvI'hlleo .. if NEW LOW PRICES I1. t tIII
refilni'iaior, only :H.O: MIIWINII: M.\'IIIStH-lIln..r.: nnrlolhr Another of our dearly. beloved
down pmt. All di>lile f.;.atun->.. nutkMH, Plurtrlc or trend< citizens hat left our mld.itElixha 7."IoIc-f. t
'. lI".ral l H'P I vPs, for pain. Low prlfpn, ru..rtiriiiH
( II. .Namvortliy: | .
pll.s. 1.2111f rrpnlred1'11' All. tusk iriinrnnt,e Hewlnir our niafhln, ".k.*.!* Lang Uncle Mull as Mod.IC8-n m:1L.now 1....".. 99.00 ., RateDRUG

WANTKI TO ITY your old sewing Our fier\liii. I Ini"k call) In Stiirki bo was known to nil had beenIn I 1
mui'hinianv, n'ake Cash vvallln i.vi rv wp..k. f'h or write ThHHfwItiK failing health for Home time, ,
Ph. write or wire Theiv.r.rK."uM.y Slum, 111 E. Mnln ,SI, H. fully I II
//'I'wl" : : .. "y..5f'KAIUIAIN' r;"!'n?.,'in.. VI'"i Ph Ills 4"'Q| but had been able to keep groins space ,
"" ".... around the house until Sunday; I B Up to 23%" more space In same sire
Tile To Fit liinrrcd.! refrigerated cabinet. Noarly 2 cubic feet of satin I

llollynninl! I-K" h.,"',' .'nniera.. on Pratt* flirt MInfitiliD \Vf Install all kind, auch as October with paralysis.0, when hc was olrkken I all easy to reach-: pace all completely refrigerated! Oil I
Mhnp. IQhtf( Imthroom. kitchen rnlilneta Mtst White plastic shelves completely I STORE
lie was out walking around find to recessed in insulated door
We lay asphalt tile flooring." easy use heavily j jISitler
Felt /HAl.K-or' : TIIAI'Kim: h. ".," ArmntroniiX. ntihhr III... lino. KlKin, his daughter who turn livI I ji
Al :hi: if fur lotS .In41.f"t."I\ :; : : : ed with him and taken i
0, cold wwli-r I .' I taunt & llnolfiim tile and the I care jI
PL. or write liox tIlI., Htarke, Flu new Mnvl full UN .an 2I6J for | him for several yearn, hend: him I I

:atplDIStjAKiJiM i rr.e Kllmati'. ..r vlalt our n..whop walking faster than usual and I t MWPJ7BEAT THE SALES TAXI

fI TAI. '|IIMH KHII jJ'J';' tin iourt" Ht knew something was WIOHK-" Kite *
I Product*for Happier Living I
New Ibenlneton' as
use I .
1120 :plus' Inx). Term I If d.Hlreilliradford .. .In,1,1. '11. A Floor" Contractor I rushed to him but he fell brim

County Tuleitruph. --i;,' H''I'k..FI''. ho could' get to his bed nml never YOlIIi CHRISTMAS SHOWING UK FORK NOV. 1st!

1 regained consciousness. Wednesday I ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY I'I't

WANTEDi i Fall liST: : : l-itu & bath' oiltiiutili -, at 1:13: he died as h.. had
> .t I In hox' ,. gas atove, A hi>.at.
I t lived He 8.1! USE Our LAY AV\ A Y Plan. All Purchases :Made
very quietly. was
,h'nin, I tvasnnx.hlv. 3111 1:1. U Ht.THt t J. R. Bile Owen & Manager -

Turpentine Leases i Stark,. UprEl'AXrt yeah of ago. ......-.-..---,-.--.---.--.----.----.-,-...

WILL AUSO BUY : -WANTKI,: Have bought, There Is no need to try tn any For
Before November 1st Are Exempt
I li'M-ini, for .port 20 yr*. Will pay' how well Uncle Llsti wan loved -
YOUR TlMHiOR:\ I I .Miuket ,prlfu In cue) No lets. tuonnuill ,
-- nuns too luritd II. I I.. for he was a true friend to nil

In Bulk or Unit) : "I'rnwnlfB.. 4lp1lill.. ready end willing to help any II THEATRESTARKE From Sales Tax. BUY NOW !

With or Without Land I F.I'.n. Hlrd .1"1r-'v.' ; II liinti.r, one he could at any time Hu
Owner may I have liv Mi-ntlfvlnn, seemed to love
WRITE: or CALL I II II M. ItUhiuili' ', Uaiford. Up I i ImmunityUncle ,

I Fort II l.:NT, <-rm COHUKIon M.n- Llsh lived a good portion Saturday. October 22DOURLK Tucs.. \Ve(l.. Oct. 2r: 26
ilitM life In Clay County
I'll. turn HtrivH. ri'Trlw.
&inc,'Irr hvulcr, lot W. .Madlnon. If being partly reared In the liotiHe )DOUKLK( : FKATIJRHft .: ; .: With Each $1 Box
Ph:1: Lawtey. I : .'I''IUU"1.0: ;
rOPI.:.NIIUTAN: "C.Xt'IIAIIi< : plailtH for he wai living In at tho time ol ,
Hal :'Ku, per mo) or $i'0 per 1 inuii' his death. When he marrii-d h< : 'n.o..ovn'' .....r.'
AVB NKKI(> IlKl'ltKHKSTATIVKMnrkv : : K. F Klumw.. Htarke, Fill. Mil f *ut ..,ro..."' _
and. vI< IUtY -pulrn.'nnN| .Iw..k l iK.nained, In the old huiiie for J 'CAgL1 1 Of Christmas Cards
; high rnrnlnirn. Mature manor Fon--N.1Lh-h"uso: barn c hi.* ken several years moved to Hake fltBride
wumun who CUll tnuvt, publlo; IIOIIMI. 1 Ile A ground 2 nlKhwaveIno "
mast have mtnnil i-ilui-mlon. I-HT .\ ff rm. "tiiodurn, cement. I"IUII County; for a while and returneuto \ i of -
Writ or ,some JUS Masonic. T",,"- ,""",,. rement port lass, dandy I..- the old home where hi' remained r
pte. kMonvlllu' 11 ..> latloii. ,Htarke At park Apply, 410 OuterHt ItpFOIC l until his death. As most ot- Ip I t ; vongeance 0 YOUR N A I EPRINTED

t'AIU.. FOIL NALl:, I 13'icrss'' 100 A. the men: around here' ho MTCHUl: UIIII pa.nN, ,
In ..,,1.1 vullon, under good I frnrs,1. M.\ I.K:, Hoime almost. roniplHt.," .d lire was .
I ..ron. dwsaliog. 4 out hldgs.Turpentln. 4 I \. .Io-h land ahl 2 ml out a farmer, never deserting the! soil j.
d'I'I.'nl' 9100 &. over Nnu' Mm 11...wn "..vm... hal Ilki rent fur publicH.rk... : I FREE !
.. Alsn bxrrsls. oil< teals for work.Ing Mr W If Niillman. Mtarke It ,\ :; ALSO -
IInlh. I Ford pickup IntlgooJ ---.-. Uncle LiHh Is. survived by three
runditlnn. S Put. caltln all WK: WAST TO rJUr your old raaClpan ..
h.lfere.: : 1 goad:: mars: l muie. 1waaou rattan r""A only-n... liut- daughters; Mrs. Rlgln I'udR',
plow 1..1.' hA.n...... Igou.1 tons sx'1'lle' '0.gnl. syrup ksttla.2a County Telegraph
N. II It..d chlcksns. O whltuYeakon I Clay Hill and Mis. AI lean iniu TOUCH I L A S T (' A L L forHALLOWE'EN COME IN NOW
.Iuck. I stove cost 195)20sal. KOK HL-.NT.: .. .. ofh'lnirMli.v Slaughter Jacksonville. Nine
", hot water tl1nk. Lfl psrantrees. I I. 3 l hrdunelivi ng rm. I 1 I
U nrangarspefrulr trar5. dlnina rin" kitchen hot water, grandchildren numerous niece I I''
ether, things nol 1I..d. All tnI' fire \plai'e' ft gas heat; hen AIM and nephews as well as othei I t I 1 tJ.
+4nue. boialfd I ml. .V. of "IrahamII hoop In Htarket, 3 bedrm., llvliitfrm. '
ml H\V ot "lark.. Write or ., dlnlnic( rm, kltchun 3 luithn, relatives and a hoot of frlindialao !
5se J. W 'oV". can. d.l.l u..haTi. hot A cold wnter; unfurn I'hoiii mourn his departure.
Fla.I JOT. Htarke, Fla. tfri Thur-4.. Fri.. Oct. 27, 2H

Oil! H %<... W''I'-: wll" P...' l "> M r Ii"K' lloiiMe. A all.. houii.holdfurnlNhlnaTa. Funeral services went heldThur..ddY PLUS CARTOON DOUBLE FEATURE -
olilllrndfaril afternoon. Ort. 13 .' S1/1TS f
turn Hr s poll n l fur Slat today (IFr// 'S
retsan ..."... hill as ............ arpeal. continue.* 'til ..olil.. W. H. llof.' :3 J o'clock at Long Branch Church foromeunlprewnli ..I'I' .
.. laaeght t .>.*.* M.i.r.| ,Itt at, off Alton rd.2ndhouse -

'PpI.. ........ lip ing.with Kev.Interment Percy was((night In the officiat family Sun., Mon.. Oct t, 23. 21& ...... earn \\J.s: '"Noisemakers "

Knit ..A'. :: t'o".ohAI.n rnarkvlralihuic FOIL ItKNT: Mnal| elecplna rri LADO-FIELD ;\ \
plunli' Slmrunk' t..d. I neat t.. hath. In pvt home. $% plot In Long Branch Cemetery 12: T ( fi)
Need Co. lip wk. In front ..f City Hall 212 NThompnon '' under the direction of Key WeCane. -- w15 *
MaeMURRAY"March =' C A t I' S
!:It. Itp .::;
FoK ItKNTLnr: : ..... eom qrtalilfurnlvhnl ... Active pull bearers were CAREYJUSSEY -
.l..plnir. room -Mr... t-spi'n.v APT ""14. FOR III'S'I': three nephews Fred Lang Richard MUIUII I. r ) 0.

Titus Ol..n. *ZI II. Walnut gt. Up 4.0)all( Ht. Htarke. lip Lang, and Bob Carter and O'NARA I' SULLIVAN 4 V M A I S K S AM PICK OUT SOUR

I three great nephews, Muddy' r -... Xmas Light Bulbs

Native CowsWANTED H' ANTED i I George Wilkinson Carter Karl: Lang a n rJ J JI 1Sifie DA SILVA ., ,. .* /; r K K Y T II i N (; Large Assortment

I t Men rtie4>*i.I J
Pine & Cypress I l'owuil.h1\:
I Arthur Wilkinson had the misfortune 41 p 'The
: to fall last week and

andPUi4PW001) ,| fracture two ribs. W yove; GREAT I

I We have Just learned that our *
mail .
No plw \too>> unall. or too carrier Sidney Harris, was
Save Pasture 'And large! i ru hed to the hospital Saturdaywith AS IIIIU7WIIITIIJ I

Marketing Costs I Homer a sudden Illness. roan r..m HHMI..,m(5 r.num Mi.t 53 FREE DELIVERYTRIDAY
H. B. KERCE Padgett who was Injured -
AIiI of Time" News ALSOFLAME
) : I
O. Box 42 while working on a bridge
Write P.
Boll SOS Lake Butler 171x5.l. ,
corn time U of YOUTH
I ago slowly improvbig ALSO NEWS

Highland Fla. I Ij j but tit still In the hospital. I .

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will bu on sale at a booth In the, last WodnvHilay., meal at "Stark' Florida this October nude on the not. hvr"lnnrier dc- city of tltarke are authorised. and Section 9. That all ordinance and the above. and foregrolnv Ordinance
r visitors IS, 1 1149.UPK1CIAI.. .lh..I. directed to make, executeand dnltv.er partd cut ordlnanceii In ronfUct herewith I wan duly adopted and passed bv
coming Hallowe'en Carnival. AmongHampton's Sunday ( ., SRAL' ) A. J. Thomaii, Section 4. That there will be avail- Kiich n ite In the name of the" are hereby repealed. the City Council of the City of
HAMPTON were: Mrn. Jettle Deed, A* Clerk of said Court. .ah)** from the rwanonAlilv ftnl, It'I. city of Htarke on or an of Meptember. Section 10. Thin ordinance eh fill I Htnrke on the Oth day of tI..pl..nh..r.
CIRCLE rty Haven Croeby I). ('. paled r"v"niien of the Ovtiral KundmonlttH : 49, eii.-h loan It. A 1". 194H, while In regular .....''on.
MISSIONARY, of Plant David 10s..I' take effect Immediately
: Charlie Dcen City : upon
John J. llenderKon "f.o'ht'Ur. : :
liD Newnan fit, In XUPNH of the ptvm 'titN i*> ,1 ., Kii.-h loan i Carl Johnn, City Clerk.
By Mm. M. C. Swel'nPyDEMONMTRAT1Or The WMU was entertained I Flmore DoLnnd Miss. Ellen I...''....nvlll..1 Florida, I 10. Oil the note hereinafter dwmtrlbtMl. ., the City will at Its expenee fnrnlxlinld paffMaftTe Fanned: and tItle approval 9 day bv of the HeptemW Mayor.; The above and fui.t>irt. .uiC t u di-

I of last week. Searlo I Keystone Heights Mr Ally r. 10-14. 4t 11-4 after niftAtlnir all necessary. oxpnnHUHthorcfrom. Hank with the opinion of a AD. 1949. nature was received by me. and approved .
afternoon :
dl.lnt.o.d anli. of this 10th
attorney City on day yf
hy me
CLUB I In the home of Mrs. J. W. Home and Mrs. Harry Edily Waldo lei 4"lreult ( curs. llradforil. tt.unty.P'IrIist ,Section R. That the flty LIght AIt'or"AY.' 1.. A. Canovn PresIdent City September A.D. 1949.
In C hMBcery.I'aill Plant In. not Imlobtfld. unit the City Hectlon 9. That all of the Council.
The October meetIng of thc I Mrs. Vernon Slade was the lender Mrs. Ell/a Fancher. Mr. and Mm. I 11. Minor I'litlntlff, vii I>orlH IN empo\v *rM| to pl..,il.... lot net i tons, warranties ansi ... .r..clla'i ATTEST: ran Jolmii.lty' I Clerk. J. p. Robert. Stark
Club with I of the and 13 ladies Cramford Warren and children .1.. Minor, nr ll(1iint. CaHO No 75 H.llrder r.*v.*nuen. after all necessary cx-I tlona to be. contained III such note To the Honorabld Mityor, of the. ; :Mayor: of the City of
Home Demonstration program of l>..bll...5 u.n. .... no)Ire tIM .. illflMes of its operation and mfttiitnlnfnra are true In tact City of Ktftrke; I hereby certify that 10.1 3t 10-31
Miss Dorothy Ross, director. rvan I attended. Starke. % >...... C IATK 0..' l-|.flII III \ to II I ., for the rt-pnvmcnt" uf Lhln -
I I.'H. Jo Minor, whrme reKldnnce |Hill limn for current expenses, -
held In the IIchool library on NK\V ARRIVAL I I It l.EAWF.F.N CAKNIVAI. Woodruff HI, Woodruff.' MonthCorullnii HHrtlon A. Thnt. the f'lly of Htarkuflo

Tue day afternoon. October 11 : ui .s'r'w, $2:1.600: ) on from Klorl.l.i. .
Marion Manning The Hallowe'en Carnival will
Mr. and Mrs. You nra reciulieil I to nppeur on I HHnk
fit Htnrkp" at
Mrs 3'j per cent
with eight members/ present. announce the arrival of a daughter. bo held October :31 at the Hampton November. 14, 1 111 I''I. I In the al>ovnamrrj lntcrtMt' to ?t .urrwtit' extlenuuema ,
J. T. had charge of the Devotional Ctiurt and cause wherein :ml .I":
Guy hy upon 1 the terniH and
Satur- School House IH. .
Melanie Jeannlne on Everyone plaintiff' .. ..k. divorce. Wrndforil. plfdKlntf the security Hppvuriiitf l

service. iluy October 8, In a Jacksonville urged to attend. There will b, i-oiinty, I TeloKraph Khali I I put hI isii thlaOrder a nupy (if the "..01"( .Hfl. t'ron.co'y
demonstrated. the In next four weekly iNKtiea.WltneKM ante to lie given bv the of
Mlas Ross City
fun for all All
E hoxpttal. aged. money my hnnd and officialKeal Htnrk, to PS'isIu.fl... and necuro ruch
making, of electric table lamps made will be used by the Hump- at Htnrke, Florida thin Oi toberii. 'loan,, to wit: .

1 from ordinary Jars kerosene oil H. 1>. May Is confined to Ala- ton FTA 1: 11149. l.'l.&flO: no Htarko' Florida, Hepteinber St
for the benefit of the
(UKKICIAI I'I' :AI.) A. 3. Til.,null., 10. ItH'i.: Never B-U-Y Before You T-R-Y
lamps or a pottery Jug. chua County Hospital this week. Hchool.! AH i'leik. of Kalil, Court. Foraluw Uecptved. City of Ktaikn

Interested after being 111 for the past tendii.v Hv Haven Crosby, D ('. a Flu a'liP.. lii Ii, fl IrS pal corpora Ion,
Several were
John .1. I HenilerHott, hHuI: I lift I NewnanHtinet promlNON. to to the ord.* ofKlorMii
'. pay
His I Irrtilt ( .. .
here. i .urt. liraSford l 4 .f"
C his home
In making aluminum trays, at ..lorlilut. In I .......-...,.. : : .1 e tnvllle.: Florida, Blink at Stark, Starke,
a and patterns were dlxtributed for friends wish him a rapid re John jtHHtcnuck, Plfllnlirf X'H. Hltop- Atty. for 10-14 4t 11-4 Floridd.. the principal$ Hum of Twentythree

p hand bags. covery. Mr. May's brother. Fred 7i KvtfU'liHck:a.Orilrr I. lii'fendHiit.' .'.... No. ... (Ircuft ('oostItraslfopd. County* 1'23./111(110)/ ThouNnnd tuolborus. ,Five payable I llnnclri-d at ....

Home made articles such an May of I..aCroHHe visited him nl l.uhllfiitl. .... ....., %.. o -..... HTtllO S ..... .. James Pit Campbell h.I'"I'" va.fr'raiicea InHtttUmtTtt an follow:
I aprons scarfs and pillow cases hero Monday morning. .p. PI.4IIIIII V. l lMhoplM : ,d.. .
Hfftfhitck whnHH r,*ii" 111100 duo and paj'nblo DecMMhtr
of Mr.' and Mrs.T. uililrnim IH '
llockslMiry, N.Y.
Recent guests
I of Pulillentltin And \ollee' To < H, I 1049
J. ,Alderman were Mrs. Ald..r.man'a Von iirit 'lulr..tI tr. Hpimur. unNnv..h'r \pieiir. Mine of Klorliln TotFrancea $*>noOO iltiM and payiiliU January
I 14. iS $4 In the aIovenmesI
R. 4ampbell, Whose reelden. 0, lUfiO!' and In thirty-five <13111 adflltlfituil. -
Hand- .
Frank Oi
I Hrul vh
sister Mrs. urt caime rvln ,'" IM unknown' I I. H'ittal I, atiswe.aIVe h lytrlnciiuei
plaint. <*Kkfi. divorce. IVuilfnrtlViunty : : n'rJo
H \
I Icy of Venezuela South America You are required to appear' onNvernljer I InntallinentN of .ui)
( Telcirraph. shall pultlifhthlH I 7, 194, In the above I each. nwittirinw. one each monthfMttnnifnclnfC
I and Mrs. Opal Weather bee, Or named Court and cause, wherein Ff lirnarv' 1 f'*. I Ii 50, and
Little Janeth Marsh- my hand nnil offlrlnl plaintiff aeekn divorce. Rradford with the In maker to '
I Branford. Seal) lit Htark, FloiiIa, thin Ortuber County Telegraph Khali puMlxti thin any or all\option lsustaltncnt. before ma YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY/ BACK!
burn of Tampa Is visiting Jay 12, IIH9. I Order In next four weekly l iscues turtty, and with Interest 0" the
j and Bill Alderman. On Sunday (OFFII\T. SRAI.) A. .,. Thomas, Itm-KK t my, hand nnd ofri.ial I principal .ha. lit. nee* from tlmtt to THESE "A MANY MO.UK: GROCERY: "& MEt 8TKCIALS SEE JAX PAPERS
An Clrrk of said Court ...,,1! at Htitrke. Florida, this October II nut Miialnlnir. unpaid at the rate,
MI's. Cora Marshburn Tallahassee Py H..V(.n CroMby. I. (". B, 1949.O11'FLCIAL! nf :34.. piTcentum per annum payalile
Mrs. Q. N. Alderman and Itt Frank fnn: lruni Htnrke FlnrUln < : SEAL' ) A. J. Thoma. at the Mama elites ass "rln<'lpallllH.II-, SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 & 22Libby's
iO.14ft 1
for l'\l.\ I 114An AH Clerk of maid ('nur l. innntM, and together with all roHtHand
Mrs. L. A. Canova. Stance were fly Haven OroKby, D. C. expense's of. ceulbartia '
guests In the Alderman home. O'.II..a. ::110. 13:1-: John I. HenderHon KKH., Rlchnrd inc rcuwonnhlo. attorneys' r.... PEACHES, No. 21/ CanLibby's
OKllnunutt, lovylnir. .anil ImpniiIntr lion ni.lff. Jacksonville. Florida or Inrurrt-d by the holder' ..1""IIId-1
\ Mrs. Inzle Morrow Mrs. James an excise or prlvii.go tux upon Atty. for fit. 10-7 4t 10-28: or bout' the collection. of TOMATO JUICE, No. 5 Can 2 5
and the enforcement of the ; C
two small daughters. the HHlft r..lpl. ptirchnKH.poHHMHnlf .
jI Gray and eunMiimptli, han.lllnic. dlHtrlbutlon In ( .....It (Court "....ford Couaty. and the miikvr. hereof does herebyplfdtrrt Libby's PRUNES No. 21/* CanLibby's .
*. Carolyn and Betty Jean. of Plant Btui lisa. of 'i-lKnrvi. In florlrtm In 4'''.....rF. and tyrant the payee hereofa ,
last week of the City of Htarke: provlitlnw furtho Dorothy Viola Sweat IlrookN, I'laln- flrwt" Hen over alt the net revenues
City. were guests nifthoi of c.oll..tl.I ... ; providing I I llff. VH. HaroldV.. IlrookK.. Lli-fend-, of Its municipal water plant and
the Wadnworth and Matchett for ant Cane No. 75&.1. over nil ..r the net revenue of itsuntsuuielpuil 23cLibby's
the xpenfllttira of thn funtlMl Juice No 211 1 Cans 2 for
families. (l.rlv..1 l thnrefrum; providing for Order at I'nhllcntlon A Notice totipprar. .. light plant and the.. dintrlbutlon Pineapple -
IhM frftr>tlve ....t. thereof! (and ,HTA'IK OF KI.IIHIII % let rot them and earn I ttivm, ,
B. Y. Saxon left on Saturday rcpeallnir nil ordlnunrvH' an'l Carte llai I .\ W. ProokH, vhoae, residenceetidr.'ee from the date of thin note until' thin

:Protect \ for Pompano where he will spend I I..r The nrcllnnncDK Pity of. In Htarke confllot, 'lope hxrowlth or hiln').: and You r" are reijulreil In' unknown. to :appear. on note' ...lallv I H fully warrant paid and, and represent done hnrtbyMpHi that 31cLibby's

: your the winter. Httctlon 1. Thnt nn exulHt* or prl Nov 7, 1949. In the abe named fitlil water plant la Indebted. to tilellu'neral Crushed PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can -
I Fund of nald In .
Clly an
vll"Re tax In ndilltlon to all nth, I <.rtiixxH Court and '.aiiKe. wherein' plaintiff ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Iloblnson ..t every kind Impoxea. bY dlvoryo, ciiHtodv and control amount In excess. nf the principal''
:liocme with enough law, In hereby l..vl..1| and IntpoHod r"I I n child and reHtoratlop. cifmaiden and I I Intorent, of thin note nn
and have Mr.recently and moved Mrs. M.to M.Palatka Wll-! p"upon..",.,,I the lon. Hale uonmimptlun. rerelpt, pitrfhaHe handllnit. County Telegraph namo.nhall publish ITHdford thin nnld therwlHtt City I dlHpowfl will' not of negotiate any. of* theW'uil.'s' orr I| Corned Beef Hash No. 2 Can - 33c
and, Hewer ltevenue ( ertineafen r
illHtrlhutlon, anil usa of cticnrettHH. Or lcr In next four, weekly iHHiief ,
B Iuur.JiccCharley the recently
e. llama have bought In the territorial limits of the {'IIY Wltneea my, hand and offIcIal hell by It for It* .general I fund
constructed Rob I nson house. of Htnrke for rtirnrel I.M of standard. Met.1 I nt Htarke, Florida, .. till lit (H toiler without I applvlntr I the procovdHthernnf .

which Is adjacent to the L. J. : oral dlminHlnnH. I.HW of nti t the d flnerl Htnte, by nf thf Florida iron-, 5.( lino.OFKICIAU. SF.AI.) A. J. Thomas "....t revemien"to the payment a.* used herein of thin means note*; Libby's CORNED BEEF 12 Oz. Can 35c
all reveniifM except actual nt'c. -HHHrvoprntf -
E. Johns Wynn residence and expect to In the following ainotintM. : Hy Haven CroKhv An Clerk, D. C.of saId Court MIC expense; and nnld Cityfurther ,

move in shnitly. 1. (a) I'pon all clicnretteH throe T. Fri It I/nnilruni.s, 81 us rice, Flrirliln.Atty. warrant. and ..'."''.. .
nnil one-half lnrlifn lunK. or I less, : i0.lSOrltsen'e that the n*>t revenues. of nld .III.I
for IMf.
AgencyPhone Mrs. Clay Parker of High two anil five-tenths ((1 6110)| nillln _,_, 10-7 4t plaint exceed the prlnulpiil, .
on each c-lKarette ; IlIh'I..1 thin .. We Have A New Stock Of Fruit Cake Material!
IS STAKKK FLA. Spi'Ings spent Tuesday of lustweek %n. IU.A \ usce'rlii.ug on t note n"l|
(h> T'pnn all litnretteK. between nrtlll.NA.M-i: : In be ""'ItI.'I'nn) IH' ii n I nru inhered except frit iou lit i iI
here with her mother Mrs. three and on"-I"',,'' ant nix oidlnance. .I ren, -allnu- t thnt portion ofHectlon rove-sits., ,'e.s'til'icittess held for the. I
Delia Dyal and ..ulster Mrs. Alma inches lonir.. rive (Ii) tnlllM on each 45 of ordinance. No. I gen..,'al I fund of nald ('it y, and t hut PIG FEET Per Pound
cigarette; anile r" iiilrln| the pnvment of II fee to the. reveniiepj nf until light ptunt, ,
'.. SlIXDIl.Mr ( ) Upon, nil cIgarettes' nix t Ihtt City of Htarke for tho laauanr I Iof a. .. 1IIln"lIl11h..r..d.I : Id ba n k may
and Mrs. Carlton Chatttaln Inrhex lunx or longer, ten (110' mlllon n 'building I I permit.. I at ntiv time It derm the Her tit'It v BACK BONES, Per Pound lOc
each clKnrette.t 111-5: IT SlICE' > \IOOI".O: : by the City unnntlHfnctr or innuf flclentr
I and 1 Mr. and Mrs. B. I.. Hlnnon Council. of the city! of Starke pon n n v .I..folll'1 In the lIIYI11"nt HOG MAULS Per Pound
Hartford .
Reprmentlng THE TRAVELERS : The deHcrlptlon of cigarettescontaIned ford ('uiu nty, Ktorldu' : E'l'O'I'j of any Inetullmen'. of principal orInterest ,
were shopping in JacksonvilleDon't In Hnlinectlon one ofthleHertinn Hectlon I That !Section 'iifiplv onv fundu. "ru.d, II.
are hereby ,ilarid to he Ordinance. number Insofar f>r MeciirltleM of the maker In its
Htniulnrcl. an to dlineimlnnK, for I Inx- ..,,1.1 Hectlnn requires the ..,'", hand tnwiird, the ,payment 'If thIs
n.1 PICNIC HAMS Whole Per 35c
Inic ',vlili il In thinOrdinance
ptirponeH u
pr of a fee to the City nf "Hl.irku' note Including\ then matured In* -
end should say, 'rlRilrettehe the iMKuance of "a hiilldlntr permit fttnI1m. .*ntH. lrpnn any default In the ,
AnimalsFREE received piiruhuflcd: poHHHHHnil, I be anft the Kame IM hereby repealed., I payment of nov Installment of primritual *
Your Dead
Hol,tl.' offered for naif, Klven 1 .
Bury awitvor Section 9. That In all nth->r le- or Interest the holder ma vdeolure
l need, of a dee other than ofetandaril HpectN said Rertlon 4'%' or orclitiincnnumber I the entire unpaid prlitclpul 1 I
Dressed Drawj. Pound 47c
dlnienilnne, thi. name shall chit Ii remain I In full bnlancp. rof thin. note, together with FRYERS - -
PROMPT SANITARY REMOVALOF >II. tnxed.. ut the ruttt ,of one (II) fnrce ansI effect. nil ""I"hl Inherent to uch "1 me', to .
vent on eai'h" fulfil clirarette.A. 1 Section S. That from and after I It.. Itnnipdiiitelv ft tin, anil, ,payable, -
Where tlifnrettiiiiin: dencrlltid, the "paeeaire of thlK 111,11 came no and .after Hiich default the en I Ire
CATTLECALL I In mihttiwtlon. I (a I nbove' Hreparked fee Khnll be hnrired by the Cltv unpaid ,principal, ehall hear IntrrnHt Roll BUTTER Pound 59c
DEAD HORSES, MULES OR I In varvlnv. 'i an ii t I t i.'n of of Ktarke. fur the iHHiiance of a at the hlKhent. rate n Ho wed by law Country - - -
; twenty cigarettes. or lenM the fc l- hulldlniv permIt I For the ,payment of thin. note the ,
lowing rutex Khali ffovern' : $aCtil5 4 All ordinance or nurse Citv of Starke pled..?***. Itn, full faith
OUR PHONE OPERATOR AT OUR EXPENSE: : (..I I'at-kliKeii, cniitalnlnir! ten of" ordinanceH In conflict herewithare credit and taxing power; and t the

flnrelten or !"MM reriulre a two and. hereby repealed' holder at HH. option may conuurreul SLICED BACON Pound
PHONE STARKE: 189 five-tenth ((2 SIlO rent tax; nnd Section S. This ordinance nh.ill be.come 1111'| or neparntelv exercIse allremedle
( l h. I'"a,*it titaN cnlittilnliiic I "morethan effective Immediately upon itspulsenge. .. ., now or hereafter provided 39c Ib.
'"HIo'. applicable law. Ha Id ('.ltvf"r'ft..r
ten tint not I than. twrntyflKaretteH
.v If You Have Difficulty Call Our Jax Office Day rvtiulra more a five (5) vent 1 I. A. (Cnnovn ITeelilent, city warrunta. and represent. : DAISY CHEESE Pound
tux. CnnncllATTKST that I It has full power to b i rowthe

\ Night, or Holidays 4. Whelp rlKnrpttfH. aM deHrrlbadIn : Cnrl Johnx. Cltv Clerk.Til money roprenenterl. I by thin nutetth.it ; ,
Hiilmectlon I (Ih i ) above, are the llniuiriihle; Nfavor nf the mitch power hat" been duly nndteffiillv !
In of City of Starke: I hereby certify that exercised: that It bun. full
JAX PHONE 45500;) parked twenty rlivnretteN! varying tir 1 IHNH: the following the above and foregoing Ordinance liower to plodire, maid net re venuesnf Green APPLES 5 Pounds 29c
rate Khali |govern: wtiH duly I. adopted and paNNed by each said Water. plant nud' light For - - -
the City Council of the. Cltv ofHtnrke plant and '* been dtilv ,
I 141 I' I'ni'kaKev uontalnlnir tenrltcarettea : : "h.i.r: ;: :
FLORIDA SOAP or |"... reitulrlnw. n five on the Jl .t dav of Auttuat. find H-wnllv ; thut thuls, I l
CORP. (&J rent tax; and A.I), 1949, Whim t In ('011 Session note In nil respect In a vnltd ntulblndlntr !
I tl I. > !1'afkuwen. containing more Carl, I .lohnn, 'Ity Clerk I oltllMTatlon I of sad( Pltv. and BANANAS 3 Pounds For I9cSelzer's
than ten .but not. more than twenty The above and. foregoing. Ordinance that the in Id. ntim of '.1.fiOO (0(> h. Mbeen I -
Doctors: Inlet. Fla. Ph. Orange Park 2196 cIgarettes require' a ten ((10) waa received .bv me and IIP- I borrowed. meet bv nitld, City '. .nlllaltlrl ,
rent tug. ,proved. hv me on thin 31.t clay l of bunk t'i current expennenof
denorlbed, AllKllkt, A n. 1 1M-! wnld "'by : nnd thnt this note IH
II. Where olwarnttea. an I
In KiibHectlon 1 ('I') above are packed .1. I' Hoherte. I duly executed, 1 bv usa itt f'lty S throiiKhIt BREAD White Wheat Pullman 9c
I In vary log 'a inantltleii t of twentyclfrnretteH 3Y': lor the IMIy nt *"""* prop.-r, offlclala thereto dulyuuthorlxod or -
or lesS, the following' 10-7 10.21| I | ,
'I ('It l' of Clarke (forporatrt St.ltl])
rates )shall I'ai-kaKOH govern: containIng tenclxnretteii Ordliinnce ><.. 12ll.ll: I IAn Hv J I* Kobci-tH, an .Maj.* r ,of City t tof

Jt r1 (a or lenA require a ten Ord I Inn 'nee fidnptliiK, I a n art /HtnrkAnd ORANGES Fresh Florida Per Dozen 15c
( IV) cent tax: and relating to iibHi-nt voting in nnymontilpnl by furl .TohnH. ai City Clerkof -
1 (l b) raiknice. containing more $ I election held In the thy ,I City of Htarke.And ,
than ten .but not more than twentyclKHrettec of Stark*. '
require a twenty (211)! ) Hectlon! \ 1. U: I IK lIh.t.h'I; : .. bv ,_ I thu Mayor. and! City Clerk "r' .
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2. The tav. levied .and Slurke, chapter 25m: 1...", it Florid. -
F7 linixieed herein Khali I ha collectedbv .i. '1144, ri-liitlnir to atsa 'ut ..'111".
\ the Beverawe. 1 teiiartment' of the Section' 3 All iltnanccH; orpnrtr"
Hint, of Florida III the mannerpreHcrlbed of ordliinnceH I I In "n"rr..t. herewith I t

| In Mennte Kill I I ..X an are hereby lenjMleil! .
.adopted hy the 1941 KxtraordlnaryKeHHlon : Section. 1. Thl, .' .I'n"' nc e ( ,halltnke
of th. I.eKl litture of th8tnte effect Imiifd'I 'o! tu1upon' Itlpa

$&%**? -___ Section..r FMurlda.3. That all fmulH. received less.ire.l A. Cunuva, 1 i',.. I..III. city I L-:: the and

hv the rMty of HIAI''''', by virtue oft Council one only low-priced car :
hi... ordinance. i nbnll I I he paid Into, ATTliIMT' : : Cnil\ ,John, City Pl.-rh.
.separate. fund to )he KlKtmted To the llrinorahlc' Mnvor: nf fl.., ,
"I'lltarette Tax Fund" nnd. Khali be City of. Sturke I h..r..I>certify that
appropriated, nnd expended hv I the the above ,ami fiircKnlnir.I ordinanceuaM ,
t fliy 1 I Coil tIn I for the followhiHT I p rPOHHII duly iidopteil nnd luneceul hv with all these EXTRA VALUES
onlv the City Council of the City ofHtnrke I

I..... thv: future ccmt pnrchfiKe, on the 3.trd, dtv of Aiiituvt' '
I bulldlnir, designing. enirlneprlnir. AD. 1 IU49. while In I '..SeHHlon: 1
plitnnlnic.. repnlrlntr.. reronilltlnntnff, Call I JohtiK. rll v Clerk.
I ,alieihiK., exiwin.llnir., nMilntnlnlnir. The above nnil forea-oliiR. Ordlnnnce l I.
Kervlclnir anil otherwise operatlnifanv wnM received' by me and" approved -
by me on thin li.lrd day of I
of the following' :
HtreetK. brldweK. ,. nti.>,,,, KcwerK, I AliKUHt A Tl 191> I :
rtifhK. .Irn In. ,,"If." .. water "tii 1"- .1. I' ItoliertK, ( :
:Mavnr. nf (he of Stark'-'
I pllei I *. Nnnttury facllitleH.I I I nnd. ,HIT City
vlfm fur the 'preKervatliin.. I prot. ..>. 10-7 3t 1021Orillnniice .

I iIi or I Iniprovetnent. nf thv public \ ... irj- 1 ,
health I I and unfety, i In'I"1\1r) IHIK-
luilola. fire KtntlonM. Ul"l, 1 fir.' flitht.nnltarv r> It ""lalncd, ami reHulved. bv ., .s.s'I
the city Council,, nf t1'" city Of'itarke. \
: log e.LtllluIueaii, wwiTH., : FlorUlu., In regular ncesloiitr'sentlulei .
I i. .,.tc'A Pt" .1I."HIII" I cv steIn r'u''l.ii It.tllHisai .
M-ititH. nnd,, tO. Mil > ,P. fttbave -
It nil refune collet I tlon' and .1 I.. Section I That It l I., II..V WORLD'S CHAMPION LONGEST HIAVIIST CAR I. CERTI-SAFI CURVED WINDSHIELD
the City of Hlitrke < > inrrw 2:1.-: I .
facllltlvK I .mid. >iitlrnillit.
I Ker\lceH. i '| .
601100 to meet' current i'Xprn B fiELD withPANORAMIC
,, Inclnernlnrn nail ntln-r, fnrllltlea L
....,.tlon 2 'Th,,' the Clly Water
.BETTER: STRAWBERRIES: : : I ::' rleenlnir.II nil Kervlc.lnmii; *<.TI.IIM I:|IncludingMreet :: HIH ul| Plant fund.. of la City Indebted nf Slark., t .i. In I .h.Ir a .u.n*...-: .Inexiexa -I I ENGINI 1 with WIDEST TREAD : BRAKES :; VISIBILITY

ithat Kervlcea. for the ,protection, of pulillrhealth .
i of 11,1,110111111: 'or ami m n. !
J t1
Inrlildlnir. the infnrceliieiltof ,.
r..nt..r. ('It v \\ ater, nol 1 rteweH "
ordinance i '....I..n.. .. ti a malntnln .. oJ ,
venue. CertlfU'MleH i ,. .
J mire health KtanduriU with) r..lecttO ,, tUllv I IHaueil r _
sell I for hi'iel-ifore .
both luclUHlve, mol.r '
i more ; : "
foots, moKqullo Inneit nnd rodent and newt lined and' thercn'terpurchnHed : ;,,; : t ,
eradication I and' :control I, nnd: by nnd nv. held toctlte
the removal, and abatement nf nutKiiiu I. account of; ttie flener.ll, FIIII| of I
,. >"H which may he or coliNtlinfeilnnitera of Htnrhe.Settlon .
Cltv !
-, t.> public him 1th nnd. the ..
1. Thnt the n t revenu-
.........1... of controln for puhlli infetv .., nald City Water riant nfli' i iflret
..p facllltleK I I for i the ,prevent ,Inn nf ,payliia- all n..l'.-a-amy i xpen..eof .
bench, ..,,,.I..n, the enfurci-ment nf I Ita operiillon i and. :u.Ll" ic-nance.
the lawn of the State' of FlnrUln. will exceed the pni it* to he I 4\
itnd municipal nnllniinera. with reKpect =
to public travel, health. and
mtety. and, such other Ktnle, functlnnn f
Feed your strawberries Vertagreen then watch which are. performeil. bv muni.
cfpal/ .irovernment within
them thrive as never before You'll get larger t.ti nut.irleK, and are otherwlxe 'h..I'1
formed by the state and ciiontv.
yields of finer quality berries-big. firm ernntentH. outKlde nf the limits nfln CINTER-POINT L FISHER UNISTEIL P. EXTRA ICONOMICALINCH WIDE-IASI WHEELS
..ori..irated monlrlpnlltleo.' or urn t
berries that taste better and bring you extra otherwlne provided, by the term STtr.!tNG BODY CONSTRUCTION TO OWNO'IRATEplus LOW-PRISSURf
.and of tienate lull I IH-X.
profits. Strawberries need specialized feeding llfl. Kxtraordlnarv "....l".n of the 1 MAINTAIN TIRES
%. l.e..,lKlniure of the "State" of FlnrliM
. .; Vertagreen supplies it in a complete. better tlectton t. That all other orrttn.aiu'en -

. I balanced formula. Get Vertagreen today. conflict, or. herewith part of he and,nrdlnnncen' the nameare In I These EXTRA Values. are

hereby repealed'
i. Hectlon 6. This ordinance .nhallbecome
Us. Vtrttfttea lot I two*. flowers, effective on the l I.t day of WELDING exclusively yours at

Nov.......... A. ) J1H.:
, \ "..,. shrubs mad garden v.f*rb/.*. .1 \ PfcJMChairman: :W f' lowest cost in Chetrolet!
('liv Pouncll ,
" \ ATTK.STt Carl John. city Clerk t4CfI4ts.Q .
; ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS J..on\I1I.. r'-' To the honorable Mayor. of the
riiv of HtarkeI' herehv certify
that the above and fornrnlii. ordinance I
Was dnlv Hd..nted ChIt inlHKe<1 ,
hv the City Council of the city ofHtnrke. (Ii
on the 4th tIny of October. :
A. l> 1941. while, In rentier. aeimlon. .jjif"-
Carl lohnK. CIty Clerk
The above and 'or..nl nor ordinance .
ROOTS w... received hy me and approved offer: the people of Starke
hy me on thin the 4th day
: of October.) .'u. El. IlU.I .
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\ | .1 P Itohertu, and \lrlnlly one of the mast
I : feeds 3 ways 10-14 :Mayor 3i 10."of the City ..r Sunk The Sl,Me; D< leo. l'Dew ledee : f

modern and l fine* equipped
In Clrevlt Cenrt UraSfeed 4'ountr.
l-'lorldei' In I.........,.
::1 STIMSLEAVI5 Ruth iltovall. Htea-all. Plaintiff. vTommle .a welding shops anwh.re.AU TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
Joe latecall. Jr. Defendant $

Cane. N... 1M7 Work GnaranteeSMITH'S "
> nee) Retire t..
Order .< l nt>lleatleii
\."..... ,r\r.: OF Fl. ltll> toiTnmmle
,,1 Joe Htevall.. J,.. wit..... reeldene GARAGE STARKE FLA.
I U 0:11: Hlchmarket. Street.' ,
Georgetown South' Carolina:

You, are required. ta appear nn AND MACHINE SHOP
November 14. 1144, In the above. I

FLOWERS named Court and ...u.., wherein I W > fot ;r n9 O vee' r Swp r.$4>rvi S| e< l* !( thu month to AIL AtOARD 11.1&IiliattI.iIJ.tii ] '
FRUITS plaintiff. neeka dlvoree. RradfnrrlCounty Temple Ave. Stark I.
Televranh Khali pnblleh, thU .
VIGITAILIS Order In next. four weekly l..uee.WltneK .
ii,)' hand and official. .


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Methodist Church"The At The Tabernacle Baptist Church"The Church Of ChristV. at "'Stark, Klnrldn. thlH lI..pl.mb.r Intendent of I'ubilc. Inntrurtlonmark a. m will bs oonaldereilTh .Muhel Gibbon I\leDanl.I. whoaa r*-
14.1>>4CIKKtCIAL>. *. Fi.rlda by in'00 a. m Monrlnv Hoard reserves th* rlcht to ..I..n..* and. pontofflc addr*.. ,la
t:. .Jnl'1lo Minister ( SEAT.) A. 3. Thomas. October 84. 19.". The ailcceaafill reject any or all bldn.THK No. Hu7 North Kl: l'..." Street, City
Foundation and Functionof Me"KBge by the sponsor at the Living Lord". aermon Ail Clerk of said. Court. bidder will .lilt notified within 5 noAHD tu1L|. PUni.Tf INSTKPCTION' of Kl Pas, utat of Texaa:
: Ify Haven Crosby D. C, iliiya after the hlda, have bean ub- 'iW n A D V O It D Toll are required to on
the Church" will be the sermon Tabernacle last Friday was o.Paradiie" topic by the pastor at First Bap- Bible School -- 10 a.m. Classes I Joseph K. Sikipper| 221* O..ham "milted Tux Kxomptliili Certirict. subject for the II o'clock I' for all ag..s.Worship Iiltln.. Jaoknonvlllv.. \ .'I..ldil.I In lieu of federal taxea will t tfnrnlehed bus Can, Mvcrrtary. l I07! ltlO2lIn | and cause, wherein plaintiff
while the Sunday tint Starke. Is the third In a Any. for J'lf. '.3i> 4t 10-11 I (n the ailcreaNful Milder. aeek divorce. Hradford County
hour Sunday morning. Thla is at 11 am. Sermon tlaanline. Moraa facllltiea Including Clri-alt C..et. Hrmtlort CoaBty.Klorldm Telegraph Hhalt publish this OrderIn
topic was "Saved to Serve". DU. series of from Old Testament
messages Subject "Christ and The Church."' ,I In rlrmlt Court. llrid( r< ('tasuty. underground tanks vlll ba furiiInhcd In tttmmfrrw. nest four weekly. issues,
not only basic to our thinking I Allen was a guest. at the Tabernacle of Jeaus. This Florlilm In ,-.........". by the county. (Olnnl llarfoot Marwlts. Plaintiff Witness my hand and official
but It la also basic to our living. I Prophecy Lord's Supper 12:CM). Kilwuril: I>..i(.*n.,io. I'lnlnilfr Vt.. nn... Htddem. may iiecure. the neneeaary v... &'hutrlu.e. AuuuBiim Murwlti Lie.tt'n'lsnt seat at Stark, Florida, this October
and addressed .
Sunday afternoon l.ttllKtiilo. Iit r niliint. .... .. .... No. 7145.
to be at the regular 11 l' N. 7541. liUI forma for auoinlttinn. nrnimiiala ( 4. 1149
Our world needs some clear :: the Bible School. message 'anpellstlo Service -- 7:30: u..... or hll.ntl.tf. mill %ail<.. t. by writing. to the 14iperinlsnIt: ; ; :: : Order .f P.bllo. .ll.. .... :N...lrAi .. (OFFICIAL 8KAI.) A..r. Thomao,
thinking and it also needs some I o'clock hour. The sermon by p.m. Sermon Subject "Tho Ipprar, XTtPK: Of KI.OIII 1 t.l ..f I'tibllc I nut ruction, ,' "> Hnx 401' ....*.. 10 r" rn or "'KI.OHIIH.. An Clerk. of *ald 1 C urt.
and I)I The Saturday Youth Meeting Rev. Halnea at the first worship Church. It'. Work and Worship." I KoHtt lAttHiixtu, HhitNfi residence l l Ntarke, Florida. or by calllnaIn Cliarlia Augustus ftlarwlt, whoa By Haven: Crosby, D, C.A. .
right helpful living. Albert continues to hold the interest of sod Hililrmn I. 78 t'IU."nv."u", nerann nt auoh office in I"". >''iuntycourthouae. rvxldfnro In 417 Mouth Main Htrert, W Chadwlck Jr.. "St.' Auituallne -
Sweitzer's hand followed his mlnj! service at 9:43: will be "A GreatGeneral" To the public we extend a Sftatrti Inlunil 5, New York ;Norfolk/ 8. VlrvlnlH.Ton Florida,
the young people who enjoyed the Ymi are n> on Atty. for Pit. 10.? 4t ".SJIn
and heart. I I continuing the study of hearty Invitation to attend all Octoir 31. 19..llIlh.' ab..v..m..1| pflnr. l No bid other than a aaaliMl.. hid are required to appear on _____
varied for will I It* acreutablv' anil only Nov. 7th 1949 In the abov niimidCourt
programs prepared
Old Testament Leaders. The Court and proKoaala ..
the services of wherein ( 1. Cocci. .
of the Church eeoc. pUlnllffnek Hrodferd Centr.KlurMal
Fnlowlnlf! lust Sunday mibnillted I on bid' forma turn and cause. wherein plaintIffsu.eke
up mnrn.inge them eiioh week. Plans are underway Youth Chorus, under the directionf dlvurv* HriKHoril County la laaiaevry.Maritnret .
Christ where the Word of God Is Tflfitrnph : by the County lionrd will b. dlvorr rutody A control of
message on an "unfalteringTrust" for another series of midwrnlc nhall publlHh thin Order ....n..I..I.. minor child alimony, eta. llrailford. Ann Abernathy Plaintiff.I
) Mrs. Mona Canova will sing In next, four Issues bet.ndanL
the lat word. weekly
The meeting: at vs. Abernathy,
The Iiiuird
the reserves the right toreject Oounty Tvleivraph slush publish this
Sunday evening mes- for the children. \Vllnr niv band anil official (Can No. 7 4HOrder
,, meetings :'or the first service with the .. ... .
nil bl.
Hampton continues but will clone HIIV or 1 Order In next four weekly issues.Witness
nage at 7:30.: will be "Faith Com "t Hiarkv, Kli.rlOu, thin Mopt. ml>rroWlCIAL 15(1.5 ltD OK ITKI.IC INSTItrO.THIN. hand and officialscull .f Piikllratl* ... 1lr. <.
Vclult Choir directed by Mrs. Lu- ST. 1949. my
thla week. In TTH OF FI.OHIOA set
We will be Starkein Appear.
If hoard IlltAI''Olti.' tlll-NTY"' ; at gtarke, Flurlda. this October
mended. you one you 9:43: : There 'Is a class for you. I Green ( SKAIA.\: SVllllam. Abernathy. whose ral.
llle bringing special music the near future. You have an 3. Thomas Ft.i.ltll l'A. II. I'. M"ritan. M.c. I, IS49.OFFICIAL. .
will want to hear the other. I I You are invited to worship An Clerk of said. Court. rotary. Ill- at 10-11 dentIs Ouneral Delivery IA Veyutt -
'or the 11 o'clock hour. Mr. invitation to attend every tier- W Ha von ,'....111", 1). C. ( SKAt. A. J. Thomas, Nevada. ,

The Church School begins at, with us. ;Mona Cunova will be at the Ham, vice it Is our to preachthe T. Prank Ijtnilrum Hlarko. Florida. I. CI..... Ce.;;:";;.. ... VeesSy. fly Haven Aa Crosby Clerk n.of C.said Court You are required to appear on
purpose Ally fur rif. Nov. 7th. 1949. In the above name'S
8-aO 41 10-21 Eloridsu atlasut .:........
..: mond for both morning services. Gospel which Is the powerof I K. Mu.Muriray. :- Plaintiff' v.. It. II liunran. Lynch Bllg Jack. Court and cause wherein plaintiff I
The Happy Hour begins at 7:30 God In <'levelS ('s'uu.I5radturd fau.tr. Kuaartl !.*. MvMurtray. Uvfttiidant.I'UNI nontllle, KliirlJu.Ally seeks divorce A custody or minor
to do all
we things
save KlorldMi. In f Iranrrrr. No 7141 for I'lf. 10-7 4t 10." <- h I I d Hradford CountyTelegraph
SUNDAY NIGHT AT 7:30 P. M. I with the Youth Chorus leadingthe according: to the Teaching in the Kl; ,'ui..l Hi.y 4 I II'"Iii,. t'liilntlff.. I v". Order of .'.bll.."". null Netlre 4..re..r. _____ shall publish this OrderIn
I singing of hymn. and gospel Bible. Come and lila Myrll Orubli. Iicfmulitiit... Case .\. Mini of Florida tee In (Clreal <'...r.. llradfitr ('...t"y.lorldal next four waekly I.........
see.Hallowe'en Nil. 740. luiaaell I.. "' I. 4 haneery.Henry WItiuses my hnnd and offlrlat. t Healaeal
PASTOR non GRAY WILL SPEAK ON THE TOPIC choruses requested by the con-I ...,... .( Piikllrallnn. nail \.tlr. <. iind. ;Mc.Murtrny addreaa la whoaa liidlanula. rentclence -, : I* Mcl>anlel. Plaintiff: va.Milbvl at Starke' Florida title October"'
regatlon. The pastor's '.p|>.".. "'l' t ll: ttf Fl.onillt <.,. MlaalaNlppI' ': I (lllibon. MoUanlel, Liefeniant.; : 3. 1549.
; message CarnivalThe liln. M\rtl. (IriiLb' nhuM residence You It'a... No 7149llrder (OFFICIAL FlRA I.) A. 3. Thomaa.Aa .
vlll be "Partln Waters". Mrs. IH .iinknoun. : fttniuer sr 31.' required: to .appear, on of rnfclleatloii ...! '\1..11.! .. I..tpprsr. Clerk of aal 11115. l iii the above me.It'mirt
The Little Man Who Wasn't There Morse will be at the piano and You nr.* rtimlrvl. to appear on and eauNa wherein mi TTN OF I'I.RIO.0' Atly for rif. 10-7 4t H-21
Hcllbi-onn School and PTA Otobi-r" S I. U 19. In i ho sl'uve namoil plaintiff seeks divorce Ilrnitr I '(rs. Mann at the Hamond or- will Hallowe'en Court anil. rauae w hrt ln plaintiff County Tel'>. raph shall -- -----
tiponHor a Cat ni- puhllNh
I ,riin to direct the singing period. peek 011 v.,... ". "......t..d.o..ly thin' Order 'In next 4 weekly I.......

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton Sunday School meets at 9:43 val night.at October the school 27. on There Thursday will bea ;Tvloitraplt In .llfXt four. 'slush WOHKlV publish: IHHtlfH.this' Order at"Htnrke'lt asses, inv,..Florida hand anil this off Moptambor i'Iai Heal II 1III i ALVAREZ' STORE lt'.iiiJ.th:8; :

I I 'or Bible Study in departments WHiipHK inv hum 'nn.1 offlrlal seal 2*. l 1549.l5'FFiCl.T. LI
program by the pupil. of the at "...k., Kliilklil. this "$' ''Hcpumhvr, 8KAI.) A. J Thomas, (!( --
11:00: A.M.: "Awake Thou That Sleepest"RLbIe I ind clasHes for each staffed 21. I1 4MOFFH'IAI.
age lower KI m1,>". A small admissionwill An Cleik of HMlil. Court,
by more than 80 teachers and of- ( Hi\l. A. J. ThomAs, fly >tnvi Croahy. l>..|>uty Clerk
School at 10 A.M. BTU at 6:30: P.M. bt rhtirged.Other Aa t'li.rk of aal leers. Training Unions gather Pv Ilivi-n' Crosby D. c". lildic. Jnckaoiivlllti, Florida.
,it 6:15: for devotion. and program forma of entertainmentwill Mirtln .1. IVnrl. 3U Consolidated Ally for I'lf 5.311 4t 10Sll
IIUU. Jncknoiivlll', Kdirlila, CREWS SERVICE
participation with 101 in at- Include a country store cakewalk 1.\11)-. fur llf. 9-30 4t l..llTh Circuit. (........ Hra..f.r4 r.....,.

COME FELLOWSHIP WITH US VISITORS \\ELCO.MK! endance last Sunday evening. divided and Hallowe'en paiado. All I Kliirlilai In < aaiirerr.AI .
'"'I'U.: 5)5' '\
i."W'I'IO'\: :
I UlrlliinlHon, .
mil I I
rlalntlff. vallnrriilil
II into age groups. those In coHtunie will be, in the I II....... of I'liMu, I n>*t motion rtlchardaun.. Defendant.
I parade and be a, Mrartford t'ounty.. .I Florida. hirohvml Cane Nit.; 7550Order Sinclair Gas & Oils
Mid-week service Is held each a prize will givenfor IN unit gives! notice of 'n Hperlal .< PaKMeatla. aa4 Xotlr, I.Appeer. .
,' Wednesday at 7:30 with devotion the beat costume. .Come and KlHotUin. to li. hplil on TniHiny| N'oV nr\rn of VI.""11)\ t.tlarfltM
ember 8, IIMi In Hpfclal. Tax School < \ Uli'rmrdmin, hoae
the v reaiilenc I-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke ind message by the Pastor for enjoy evening with your I Mmrlit, No I nf Knulfonl \'"",,u v. .. nnd ail'IroMN.' la unknown: WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING
the nearly 100 in attendance.An frit-lids and neighbors. Florida th. tmtm<>"i.l.s nf th* HllhlAI'.I"I You ... required 1 to appitar ..nVnv.
Rev. LeWIs. D. Iliilnca Pastor Tax. Hrhuul' 1>istrl't S... 1 7th 194. In thu Hbovo niiinitil. EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS
open door and a friendly Wmic, CMintfMiiilv0 u Itli the hoiin-. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
,, welcome await all who choose to CONGREGATIONAL. : d.irlH ..? t'h.. fount, v an prt'm'rlhfd seeks i1lvori>... nrattf -
.. M\ :miODIST CHURCH: I hv Hertlon 2.10.14. Klortihi Htalnt' .*, Tl<>icrKph thai! "uhll.hhl.. Ordor ,
.. The Heart of Town And In The Hr.rta worship. occasionally or regularlyat 1911. HN amended, hv t'h.uu't.r. aiTl'ft::" In nvtt four weekly liiaurii.Wltnraa .
the First Baptist Church. Serv.cea every first and third laws of Klr.rl.1u:: : I 11H7. MM I hi: election my hanit and official TEMPLE:: AVE. OPPOSITE COUNTY JAIL
of The People" Saturday night. Sunday It* ht held nt th' tie,::,I 1;pitlllnir I plnroIn Neal, at Sturke. Florldit\ thla 0.-......*..
morning ;
I 'itch vol i In it: precinct I In Maid cmm, 4. 1049
CHURCH OF GOD ind Sunday night 11 a.m. and IV for: the put pop i."or *tH<'tlpK I threw' (OFFU'IAt. SNA!.) A. J Thnman,
A Southern Baptl Church For All 3 at tntMHHH fur nil I I I public ,,'hoisw .\. Clerk of said Court
People Congregational Metho-
Rev. L. Williams, Pastor p.m. ii Iii.. th. tioiitHlnrlHH. of Hirlnl| I I rtjr Steven Crosby, n "'.
8th A St. Clair StAr die Church on Brownlee Road. Tax ",tinul I IiUtrtct No. I 1. Kn.h: of A. J. Thomna, Jr.. 8tlirki.. Florida,
I Rev. the thro truI.i.-e( fihall l I.m .101..1' Ally. for I'''. 10-7 4t iOHMITI4 MICHIGAN RANCH
Morning WorMhlp 1:00 Happy Hour 8:00: Sunday School 10 a.m. Ernest Criffls. pastor. t>v t h.. qnn, Uf ld **tact'nra of ..11101 _

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m I.'v... Iui t not "...r. Hum mm trimtfn .K lir 1 M.K:
Sunday St'honl9.U Training Vnlon.6SMidweek : phn, I 11 I ciiitir' from' unv one resI.Ien's Notice l is that the
herrliy given
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m CATHOLIC CHURCH dlHtrh't for wltlfh I a count I. I iioiirri:: of l'ul!::I>lie :I InHtrurtlun ofItriidforit a MILES SOITtl OF STAHKK ON ROUTE: 10*
Scrlce \S.diieday, 8:00 t M. Y. P. E Sesvlce 7:30 Sunday Mass 9:13: : am. I Mniki, ",,.*",1".1', IM |>r"\'UJeil. I t'niinly S h'nrlil.i.| will I I i .so.
Tuesday : p.m. Sunday School 11 1'Is |,,.....,.. iiualiriod, 1 i to hvv'j, ] riiit nHiiliMl 11i1.. for tlit* sale of the fi _
Prayer Meeting Thursday" 7:30: p.m. a.m. offti-o and who ',,('.*lv* the ". ".. Vli of SW, nt '' : of Si-i-llon :ail.Townnhlp en
TWO GREAT SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES : Week Day Mass 8:30: am. ntirntipr" of votnn. rant, for olcrtlonof A Houlh; : 'i ltariuis SI Kant: ,
'trnwt' .*.... .11101.) *.'. to the II"'I'-j, rnntitlnlnMT 20 acres mom' cir l less, U) tJ] >
9:1.1.: "A Great (.ii-ncrol" 11:00.: The LUIiiR Lord" PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS dayBible II.'.. 1".r'II..d, atv. tdiHll I ."""V. ..r nrronllnii i to th. "..v..nlll..nt norv : -i .
10th St. and TPII'Ipieve.. Study la every Wednesday I h.. .."...1.... SW.,. ysurs' is trustees ..v lh.ri> of ThIs propurlr i H fur- J.J 2
IIAI'I'Y HOUt 7:30: P. I.I! "rarthijfVatprn" at 71:1CIII.'RCII: : for nld 1 nt'hc.dl,I .district I I I her ili>nrrlbi>d nnd lil.ntlfl I an a o 0 >
Sunday> School 9.45: a. m.: MornIng The iiilllrtKH\ for th. enmilnir 1 1,1ptuniuun part of. I ha priMwnt at'hool. pelts upon,
Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic : fur: : nald' Hp' rlnl: Tut, Mi;hool I II [I (n'I lilfh S lie I llelllironn I Illi-nionlsry:\ | < en:3tIJ
I Iilxirlrt No I shall HMO) I IIK vord on I fami ...lin.,1 IH .KiiHtc.l HcnlKil bid' will
"Visit The Church With The Vl.ltlnc Paator" Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone OK .JF. t.s CHRIST di.tt.r mined ...Ih.. .n..mo tint. bfrrileil by the Hoard. of I'llhMrInnlructlon

., welcomo.) OP LATTKR DAY HAINTS I an |.r..lh..1. by law. The Countjrlloitrd I HI lt us office i In I thirountv i -i
The Church of Jesiia, Christ of of I'liMii i Inittriiftlon, I In ".'. ronrthoiiai Hi Hlarko, Klnrldit.until LIJ .
_______ rordiinrn ulth I th,, provlHloim' of Ht. I I I in:(nil m Mnndu n Later Day Saints will hold Sun ItO 2.1 <111"1.I > Klorl.lii., H'h".1) laws, J4. Iot'h;;:: .'li llnin elittIs Q (III!:; .-<
day school In the USO : ttt-lit hiii* dft..rinhtPrt that th. iiilnI rP'el lvod. will I 'IM* opinrtd. anilri BItING TIlE: KNTIKK: t'I'1
buildingon : I mil m ml 1 In v* HHHniNnitit for the .".1 nloinl I In Ppm-liil I MPKHIIIII. of the FAMILY: TO IHNK en
Temple Avenue every Sundayat i>ti.tiinic l>l<*nnltim for tit* aui>pnrtnntl HonrdNo
10 am. A cordial invitation : nu.I".n of all the publloHrhoolH I,] bill other than it sealed hut IN: OUB CLEAN CAFE
TRADESUP within the said district tI will hi" arr..,ptfl and, no bid r''r.'-
la extended to all. 1)5: lvd after tim.. hour of 10 oo o'clock
I li1rlrt furtrnt" School Kund 6 -

la Ireult I.....rl, llradfiiril. ('..u..". mlllK.Hchool.
Kliirlilai I. t hamerr.llulli IttillillnK I! I nnd Him. ]t ,H.>rv*
I lllKclnhutliam I I .. I ,"utiI 3 niItN.1ur .
Plflwater. th. purpna* of )hiddtnir nnl'1i ARL
Plaintiff. J'HfHriiliint va WIIIIIIIII c'aae. Neat No. THUS.Order Kltawuter. \ .lfctloii In ttnch. of I hu. V(,.tlnir, prrlncta *- HOME

..f I'ublli-allim. ..... >.....-. fVltear. aa I of the rotinty th* followingclrk ST INGSsTARKE
s and iuHlst.r. nru nptmlntnl',
.. r \ I uF: lY .'.1..1.to"
K.lrrllivn: rN'titttttt I. I OWNED
\NDIlHin |* MM fry I
ltlni-n KltXMati-r. "h..H" rea l.mlt |II.| ii ill. l'I"'k, ; Trnv Ht-niH-fl, ,
ami address In
FOR GBIPGst V I 1..I"h" IWow"lon.v'l Hhipmtui) Ha"pp. ci .f. rhllllpnKlerfInn I i i &
: .pr.oin.'i! '... V. '0. MarkI rocery
N'ovenilii-r YIIII, arv 14.r fiilr.i1| :lM'i\! ;: to In appear 1ho ul.ovo on I !l.'uLI. !C 11."", ", I'l irk, I M |I. ,Im, ..u>y.T .

l.a in.t (Niillt anil l's UHI'. wh..I"1 'H". Wllllnmi, Nut. Williams" FOIlnK: ..:NUlNn! OCTODEIt 22, 1919
(iltilntlff' aecka .lIv"'.... anil realuratlun .::.. (1... .prrrliirt No. :1. N. MarfcriU SPECIALS:
I.'. I'enporest. *lrrk. f \\t HrhlKoi,
of fnrmer name Hi-ailfonl UHHIT; TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets
'M 1)utteer .1 i tl<*., A I D fVfrHllVKlrrtlon WE: RESERVE: THE
founty TrlPKrapIt. .h,11 i t pulillah Ihla I .. .
: lkrrrlnrf %< 4 llrnbamiJfi.rpr"
urilfiIn YVIln I ... next four weekly .laHiteH,, I ( ltv( .r,,. I'l.-rk. John M<-Kinnrv. .
t my hand anil nrflclitl i I

Winter Traction Tire neal 12. IIH'i at! Htiiike. Kluilila t his I Hctolmr. I I.::I..tIn. H.-rry p..I..1 ftvul. .lotm s. a.8nrrnrv.llsplnlI. 49c
:;; K/H 5 Pound Jar Dixie
Lily .
(tlF" 11.\1.. SMM.: A. J. Tlirmian.' 1 I.II .1.r*.Wynn INiirion.V rit-rk.: II. !Muuxwelilie.'sion Wattersn| SYRUP -
Aa CliMk of aalil. '.''''01 .* No. ,
: reilnil 5 II. 'ih.r.ssalv
liy Haven froabv n C
H. ('l.k FeliX Hulllvaii.civrtn ..
I Hibicv :
T Krnnk I
ml Mtarke.
in iii. Kl"rlil>i.
1I..v. It M"
Ally fur fit. 10-11 4t 11. .... ... c
il:fllin .1. %'". T. NrwMUrriM
41ff/If/ I I.. .l..lns, f'Inrk KnildlHh AndrWN "-
1.-;: ;
..... 1..1
'g I" I I. tNI foPd ,I'ru"k TrnnllnMonP Juv MtiodvKlrrlhm I AitMOUIt'4
,' Florldai. I. t hancery. .. ..
"SW. 10..1. i. M, FOR 29
GOOD1EAR Maria' Itlano: : I'erlvo.: : Plaintiff' vaAJbertn .I I.. J 7r.a4 I'erlKo 1'efendant Cn,.e Ni.> art 1<.lIy., 1 JIfiwtir l |uiipflan, K.: 11.1 T A Ii ISUPERSUDSLargeSize

Order ..f Publication. I nnd. >otlc. I.. TDK i ltP,\ lIlt' OK '''
%l>uenr. "'I'\'I'!: Ill11.1111111 I % tol 101'1.111..1"I". :. II A |>
lr. Alberto I'erla'o. wIse real C'OI'.N'TV, ,,'I.'IPA.| | II !I' Mor4tM. .
dence and. addreaa.. l I. Via Moffla can H..r..I..y 111,1, &tll I I,4
No; .1, Lavagna, tlenoa. Italy

.. 44 You are lequlred to apiieur on. I-IHI 11104
November; 1 14. 19..., In the .ahote1named 1 Hen led butH' will .I'** cflvpd l>ytlio Box 21c
Court and ""..". wherein Hoard of Public i I InMtrui'Ion of. -
plaintiff I "....k. dlvor l I and reatora-l. I) iiru,4 tonI immtv' I Klorldn.p for HHHO*
Ion. of maiden, name. Itrmlforil. '! Iln.. motor oil I I Itibilruntn. and other
County. Telvirrni ahall "..'.II..h this j p.t role..'n ..'....1".1.. for use I In I."h'
Order In next four weekly laaueaV |Ii.l ly owned .h..1| hum "pH.al..d Each e 5c
my hand and official i iaenl by the Ci'unty Hoiird. l."t lK ur forMiiuh
at Htarke, Florida. this October '|UHntltl. .. n* Mill I b* n..I..1| ,
1%. 1949. to "tn.*t the r*..(iilrni..ntii of 1hrounty ..
11 (OFFICIAL. FAI.) A J Thomas, for putillf.y,I : own,**.1! titiHtHHfrom
AN Cleric (.r aald. Court. I the dnt uf itvvnrd. of rontrnrttn TEN: IER
4 Ily I Haven. Croahy Ji CT. flue ..iicrf..nful 1 bidder, ti> Jun no,
I II Frank. l.nndruni. Htarke. Florida ll r,0. Thti. rffpilrvnifntN, ar* *MtlrnatHil $ .
Ally. for I'lf. 10-14 U 11-4 to b* .",""" wit lion* of KU tin- .1.1.111.
imp .und 300 RHllonw .'f "motor oil 39ChlIAIN
I.. rlrralt Court. Hradfurd Hid. may b* .nbinlit i .>d hv..c.h blddr < STEAK T.lloa: :.
Florldai la tleaneerir.Lixxle t'.I"1 for iraii Mae Jot.... ('''y. .. rttnv mvt the ronv"nl."iu'a of the ChUCK:
Uoliert I...w Coy iJefendant... CaaaNo nlftdfrHldM Ier !Pound
T5S I mtiHt M* *lfrnd. *eniid nndreturned
Order "f Publication. and %..Il... fitAppear. to H I I' Moririm. Hiii| .r<
"T\ I'K .... KI.OIIIIH tolUobert
T..>. ....y. whoa. "' '' 1
and addreaa la unknown: 1'.1 QUICK RELIEF FROM
You are required to ..
october and 81., caua 1941..in wherein the above plaintiff nsm".lCourt Symptom of Dl.tr.AlsingfrosnSTOMACH National CORNED BEEF Per Can - 37c

....k. 'IIvo...... Ifradford CountyTelcicraph ULCERS ,

-'A BE next four shell weekly puhlleh laauea.Wltnean ShiPs. OrderIn out TO EXCESS ACID I

inv hand and official. aenlat 5cSAUSAGE
Htarke, Florida. this rleutember. Fr..B_l T.U.olHom.Tr.atm.ntlhal OCTAGON SOAP Large Bars Each - -

BE SAFERON 27. 114' i Mutt ".Ip.r It Will Cost Y.u Nothing ,
; (.. \ A. J. Thomaa, '
1iE .n'll'IAI'A :k of said, Court. Over three million ....U..o. the Wil l a ai
ks:1'wbl. WET I Py Haven Croahy. I.. c. T..n...... hav boni ...ii. for relM'f ..?
A. J. Thomaa. Jr Htarke, Florida ayinptoiDaafillatreaaarialnic. from ttemxliI
I Ally. for flf. .,30 41 10-11/ I O.._...I Ulcer*d lie u> II..... Acltf.
: pw OI..>.l.... Seer or lapseS C.. ma..h.G..I Smoked
IN MUD I __. ....,
lit C Irralt. t..,.... Hradferd < ...." .Maarlkurn. UtftnaM 17
.1 I due ...11.C M Acid. .Hold on l/lilar/ (trial I IA !
Lz: Florldai I. t IuneCry.It _k for ..Will...'. M_..." .iIh. fully
SNOW, SLUSH! .... Marl ....nd......"". T'lnlnrlff.. eKpl..ln. .thla......"' ..n.- -.ire*.-.. POUND
"... Kverelt 1".y.ndu....,". Ii*
fendant. ,'".. No 75.17. KIXJI DICL'U "HTOKK
Order ..f Pnblleatloa. .... Notice ."
,. ppe. >.. creSs: OK 1'1.." III A ..lKverett 1 ,
Harry liondurant whoa. -
realdenc la care William M Hon-
durant tlraenaboro. North farnlma:
You ar. required to appear on
ALLWEATHERFOR October Jl. H41. In ih* above named Shoes Repaired : BEEFSTEWPerCanSpecialAt--------
I STUDDED SURE-GRIP Court and ...aua* wherein plaintiff
seek s divorce. Ilra.irord CountyTelearl
h shall. publleh. $ this Ordericext

I FOR SUPER-TRACTION NON-SKID SAFETY In\\ Itn..four. my weekly hand and I.*official..... seal. WIIILE-U-WAIT I I Hunt's PRUNES, No. 2% Size Can - 21eFLOUR

I, Sure-Grip tires' big lud. dig down All-Weather is America's only diamond

deep, give super-traction in soft ino-w design tread the one) tread PHONE 218 New Low Prices! Burgundy Kow

I mud. slush-less kld. slip and wheelIhat gives yea 4-way non- fcid pro COLONIALFLORIST

I anywhere" tection. Sharp edges on these diamonds half Sot.. s" IUslng' 1119uaranteed
apln.They're real "go 50
give All-Weathers an "all- ("Men's) (: r
thick for longer
I tires. Tread is extra
direction grip resist skids right, -A-
I wear. Get a pair of Sure-Grips and 25 lb. SackOsceolaCORNNo.2Cans,2For
left forward and back. This winter
If.lf Sole

i! sore your regular tires for fair weather enjoy safer non-skid driving with (Womrn'Indies .) $) I.00

driving. W. have 'em for passenger, new Goodyear the Supershjon. 27c

'' DeLuze or Marathon """" (j) - -
cars and trucks. Lifts 2.5c up

SHOES SIIINED I L-A-R-D 25 Pound Can - - 3.69
Pure .

Liberal allowance for your old tires FOB FLOWERS ALL OCCASIONSDISH AT -


5 lb. Face

>;'!f y-gg"" gggggggggggj: g a m jgjjjm POTTERY SUGAR 29c


ANYWHERE M.\ F. Hudson Proprietor

Road 200 (U.S. 301)) at South City Limits

Nona St Starke Arr..n4 St *omi I'ark Theatre Bottle Only .. 31c
Lily Large
:, 8t't'ber D. Goodman. Owner Starke. Florida SYRUP Dixie ,

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: BHS 'Evaluation'Begins Women Desiring t City Council I phyrhills Johnson Wright also/ visited and two tile.friend.'field. 'i I( ,Cub Scout Meeting I old The Shiver football of Gainesville. I on Wednesday evening October his eleventh birthday- Wednesday aWHMBB*
game at Starke
Service On Juries I flew In early last week In hisi In Parish HouseIs Friday night/ was well 19. evt-nlng. October 12 with a party
Now I i I four place Bellanca Crulstr.! Mr. !' ed New rt'prellent'l I The nominating committee at the Rushton home. '
by River
May Register Well Attended '
MondayAn Has Busy Session Wright visited, his mother, while' I and Mrs. Cheater Andrew> and :presented a slate for the election Euilfe received lovely gifts I
his friends were of new officers which will take from his '
overnight guests schoolmates
Court All
of the Circuit
I Clerk Approximately 30 members of children. Mr. and Mrs. E. A were
J, Thomas' announced yesterday 'nt the Airpark Hotel. II I II : Cub Scout Pack 70 with theli Sapp L. L. Crews and children,I place at the next regular meet- delighted when movies of the
Intensive Inspeclion of the that his office la now accepting (Continued from page one) I I Last Sunday morning a breakfast : parents held a get-acquainted I W. N. Johns and Charley Johns !Ing Wednesday November 2. Keystone Heights Midget Ball \

toUl I Bradford, High School plant I applications, from eligible: women met with the City Council and! flight consisting of Mr. and I meeting In St. Mark's Parlsn attending. I I "Overtones", the current play Team were shown. '
Mrs. Jesse
fatuity and program will be conducted who wish to regliter/ for jury Chairman K' F. Demoreitt advised Hill of Keystone House K e v. B. E. Simmonsof M. I* Johns Sr., M. L. in rehearsal directed by Mr. Games were played with Helen
Height, Richard.l O. Stark Bud
Mondiiy and Tuesday by duty In the county.In that they had agreed/ to have Jones, Mlkey Browning and Roy St. Mark' Episcopal Church Jr.. and Charley Cowen .Tohnll'l Baker of Palatka will be readyfor Brown. Don Fomythe Libby ,
nn Evaluation Committee for the order to qualify a woman I(all units In the Light/ and Water ;!(. Browning all of Florida Aviation which Is sponsoring the pack business trip to production within three Beall and Charles Hasklns emerg.
l Wfiuthirn, Association of Colleges! I must be over the age/ of 21 and i Plant Inspected annually by Mr. Academy flew to Silver:' showed Cub activity movies and Monday. weeks The cast for another ing; an the winners Prizes were

E and Bwondnry: $ hoo1. It the rrnmt have resided In the. state | l>eaMe of Fairbanks Morse and Springs which now has a small I following<' these spoke briefly about one act play was chosen awarded to them.
?finding lire favorable' Bradford I for one year and In the county Company. The Council approved strip within walking distance of'''' the Pack' future plans. I and work Is starting on It. The Birthday cake ana Ice cream

1 High' : will be accepted as a mem-, for six months, both "last I,aHl" thin action.: I the Springs.' Three of the!)I At present the Pack consist Keystone club plan to present a one act were served to the young guests.
her. of thu Southern Association They must also be without crlmIniil The Council requested that the Academy ship ,were used for the' of four dens with Mrs. Hogan Heights :play monthly instead of larger Little
.nl the .annual meeting to ha held records.! Bond Trustees have all truck II Smith and Mrs. T K. )fcClane.J I I productions. Jacquelyn Parker daugh
C In Houston. Texu, In November, I The 1919 Legislature/ passed put up In the Plant during the trip.Dr. ,.., as den mothers for No.1; By Mr*. II. L. Merges Jr. ter of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Parker
a 11-memb revaluation th.. liiw making It possible' for hour they were not b"lnff uncdIn Zcbulon Judd Dean Mr. James Hobbs and Mrs. I BIRTHDAY TARTY In In the Shadycrest Hospital
11 Committee The will meet Sunday at women to serve on all except work also to check on the Education: at the Alabama 0(1 James Miller, No. 2; Mrs. H. W GIRL SCOUT'" HONOR Euille Rushton, son of Mr. and recovering from a respiratory In

a ; .m. to dlHCUss j pilln.l .. for the condemnation suit Jurlc,". They number of employees. on outside and technic John Institute Sims, Assistant of Auburn.to Mllli and Mrs. T. King No.3. RETIRING LEADEROn I Mr. E. A. Rushton celebrated fection.
I for thorn- because crew. I Den No. 4 consists of Cub Scouts
two-day' Inflection.( A report o( nrnn't eligible I Regional Administrator for Aviation I Monday evening October !
J Urn Slate' Constitution says such Charles S. ( of of the State Farm and their 10, at 9:30
It* (finding will l lie tnuda In the Principal Training of the CAA. spent : p.m. a surprise cover- ,
I high! m-hool auditorium Tuesday juries miiHt be all-mulct. I Bradford High/ School appeared several days as guests of the I first meeting is to be a combined ed-dish supper was held at the IN
t nl_ht at 7:30: o'clock. Thin meetIng I Unlike the menfolk who may i before the Council with referenceto Keystone Airpark and Ranch meet of the boy and their parents Woman's Club by the Girl Scouts :
1 will b>! atlend.-d, by the .school bo summoned without any expriHHlon (paving of unloading zone at this weekend and enjoyed.l a nice'I''I at which time the DenMoth..rll In honor of Miss Gladys Tlllus
I faculty, members of the PTA, of willingness on their the Hchix.l, advising that It th? fishing trip while here. I I will be chosen.: retiring leader who Is being replaced -
I; and the gemtrnl. public An "obi -]| ,n perts women must register their School Board handled same, It Mr. and Mrs. Leon Barnetl I' The next pack meeting will be by Mrs. E. R. Brown. Mrs. 0. .
j i JeeUva, analynlH" of the total .diiMlre to be pieced cm the jury would he necessary to advertisefor editors of the magazine/ "Where held' on Thursday evening October Brown came to Keystone Heights THE.
ach" will he /given at thin time.!I I list before. they will bo considered bids ,which would delay thepl'oxram to go Fishing in Florida" were I 27 In St. Mark's Parish last December from Neoga/ 111., :
In ituta 'edited for aurvlcH. of the contractor's time also Ifoime at 7:30: ( p.m. and at that and' has a wealth of Scouting
HUH now acct guests of tho Alrpaik Hotel 1I II i ,
and| gradunt have their credits The first jury list to bo affected imv. This matter was referredto .this week. I time parents. of other Interested leadership experience. ,

r... Illy accepted at any stiilo rol-: l l1.ge by the new law In Brad1 the City Attorney, a. L. I'at- I I II buys are risked to attend and enroll Miss Tlllus founded the Girl GIIAR ,
or university Sumo out of 1' fonl Coo'"ty will ba madii.. up by ten, fur handling with thu School Rites their boys.Refreshments. Scout Troop here In February. 7,
state schools alII') accept BUS 'the Ilorird of County Commls- nOli rd. I WednesdayFor were enjoyed by I 1018 and has devotedly led the
credit but others require an en-I I sinner at Its, first meeting In Applications were received E. E. Norman I I! thoH attending and boys were group since then. .

trance examination bi.toro admitting January/ 1050.Chapman. ; from Clayton Strickland for op. reminded of their next don meet- I Two humorous skits were Btag-|
graduates from lime., II'' eintlon "t a bus within the City! Everett; I!;. Norman lifelong I lifts''! ad by the Senior and Intermediate -

the, school gAins ailmlttanra, to Elected of JoH,..ke. The Council Instructed resident of Bradford County died I I I II Patrols. A parting gift of Get
the City Clerk to notify Mr Monday morning/ following 'I And You
the Houlhorn\ Association: its Guard Payroll appreciation was presented to
rre-.llto will be accepted by any Head Of Wardens Stilckltinil. Unit It would bn nut heart attack. He was born on I I I' Miss Tlllus. Arrangements for \ 'I

rollcRO; or university In the canary fur him to submit a March) 22, 180.1: a son of the late Totals! $2,807.88 the party were In charge of Senior Spare Time Training: at Home :
roil' try. ti. /V. Chnpmnn/ superintendentof Hth.-diila of routes und fares fnc Mr. and Mrs. Dock Norman, Scout Ann Walrath. With Regular Army Equipment "
the Florida State Prison has thaI coimlilerntliin. Broward i.Akt'rlilge's K.: pioneer settlers of this section I Broad smiles were in evidence; J S
been elected president. of the application for a per lie was a lifelong member of the around the armory last week asa CALLED MEETING FOIt. Extra :Money at Regular Army

W.C.T.U."LKJI'OH //Vmclicnn! Wardens Association. mit to operate a taxi-cab within Pine Level Baptist Church. $2.807.88 payroll was/ dispensedto LITTLE THEATREMrs. Rates of Pay

Mil' WIIH elected. at a Milwaukee' the City of Rtnrke was denied | Surviving are his wife, Mrs. members of the local National I II Sara McDonald President: Credit Toward Retirement Payat
WIN, meeting which he ,was notable There being no further biiHiMH Maude Norman; four son, Russell -I Guard Company. of the Little Theatre Group call- No Cost to You
MAY IIAVK: IIKI'KNnirr : : to attend. lie has hewn superintendent thf meeting udjuurm-d. I Morris E., and Ovid Norman Another cause of rejoicing lathe I ed a special meeting at her home
Drits" NO DKFKNC'K.: : : "f the Ralford institution nil of Starke and Harold Nor I new schedule of i' S Promotions as You Learn Skills

-(Abraham. .........111.! ) for 1H years. Delegates Describe man U. S. Army, stationed in which Affects the National ouard.1| Aiding You in Your Civilian Job 4

.. Georgia; one daughter Mm. : and which became effective October 0
i iI
FFA Convention George Reddish Starke: twobrothers I 1. Under the new scale a'' ,
As Memorable Event Dado City, corporal's! base pay Is $392 per: IT'S"
and Merrill Norman of Plant drill as compared with the old
HAVING YOUR TELEVISION SKTINSTALLED Affirming that Doyle .Cornier City. I rate of $3.33. A corporal with ..PICTURE-TAKING TIME & Hq. Co., 2nd Dn., *

did H "wiimU-rftil Job" of preMkl- Funeral services were held In two years of service will receive 124th Infantry
IIY US Inlf; tivi'r the huge Nut. lunlll Ku-,, Pine Level Baptist Church, Wednexdny $1.17 per drill. whereas a corporal I 4'D ILVLGi
Ave. Ph. 19 Starke Fla.
Temple ,
turn /I"uu rot era of Ami-lien Convention afternoon ut 2 o'clock with three years of service received -
in 1<1111"11 City Mo. last" with Rev. W. K. Hull officiating $::1.50() under the old rate. 7i eII7iIPlI11.e1
'vi*<>k, thi 'Inciil i ilrleKHtliin return- (Interment was In Conner Cemetery Increases are also In effect for I I'' -,----- .-- ---- -.

".1| lunnn. Stindny lifter &I meniiir- under the direction of HeWitt all other ranks.
TWO FACTORY THAINKI) TECHNICIANS: utile pxprllcnet', C, Jones.Salvation' Copt Hugh It. Ingram announced ; ;ir ;;:

Complete Factory-Aulhorl/t'd Equipment Young' ( nuunur" has ,re-cnlerril yesterday that certain
the University, of Kloililn to re- Army personnel of the company will

PKOMIT, KFFICIUNT: HKKVICK: sump his agricultural/ course af-| take part In the Homecoming r
l I..r takIng/ a leiive of ubNtmcnneiUHHltiitril Sponsors CarnivalI parade.. In Gainesville thin after _
by the hunvy, ndieillnle noon (Friday), '
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD I ,will ho n Hiillowe'en :
during, his term us picnlilent'. ))
Carnival. nt the Snlvutlou Army 'i 'I F
of the National KFA nfgiintiitlon. :: &
Camp on Bedford Luke. Tu"sdnyNovember Com. Hill To SpeakAt .._ ._'.
Special aornsigtoWVRYONE
A|Iso signally honoipd nt the pin. Legion Meeting ,
Court &: MudlMin, I'll.!. Mtarkc, I' liu !(uu nan,. City convention was music will be furnixhed by the

M"urlc1'lIwllrd"': Jr.' of Stark,|j Jacksonville Citadel Corp' The I Cummnndi-r 3. I... Hill U. S I
'public I Is invited to come in cosj Navy retired will be guest speaker -Time for
who wits one of the 237:\ FFA I TALKSAEUTTHE
.---------------------------------------------- memliciN to "receive the covrtiil j tume. at tho American Legion meeting EXTRA COMFORT
Pies, cakes, nnd candy: will bo .
Amxrlcnn Farmer[ di'gri'c They'. | Tuesday October 25, at 8
y&urbestbuyinaGA.RPENff& r,,c'i'l%,. gold keys, ccittflpiitiiH and mild to help the League/ of Mercy. p,m. EXTRA SCENIC BEAUTY
i There will be entertainment for ,
$25 In rnHh. In order to qunllfy,,I I He Is expected to discuss "Sal- EXTRA CONVENIENCE

they must have, been out xif hlgnrchool all OtII.,0:1 cage Woik and Deep Sea Diving"In GREYHOUND __________ __________ -
tRACTOR nt IciiHt a year, and nnmt ,!:: whit hi- was engaged during <<'l I II

have shown. evidence of success his Navy 0'111'1'1'1'. t .. I
Full's& a picnic photo >ug
In funning.r I Thi> /general I public 'Is Invited Tuke lo the golden highway II
>i>:yle wits presented with a to attend and enjoy this program nnd ilnrt tlioie dinners. clicking I

(Iliinioiul-ntudilril Past pr"HitJi'nt'n t with members" of tho I'oHt. record. niitura' color e1 _---
pin, while hU father, Ieon Conner II nll. lr. Hunting fulling hiking -
of 81 Ike. was awarded an" ]lii,Ig| game. are thrilling
honorary American: Farmer" De UKI-'KMM': J "SKT: LINKS": rliuptcr ol tIle Fall. picture.Go All over America on big farms and little farmi. It's proving I
K ret,. r Hardmnn'H. Fish ("\ml' NEW RIVER with Greyhound. the, in time easycomfortNow' tolIot itself "The Year 'Round Tractor". winning fame for all

Full Power Performance' Mrs. Conner, Doyle'n mother, I Hampton Flu, AND LONG IWIDGE a bonu in travel EX 'round performance, all 'round the farm all year 'round.
1 .inrelvccl citation To the Editor! TRAS-and. .
Balanced 'for Easy prcH intt'd I n a magnificent antI was orchid also l In reply to the Items by your"Klnhln'H By Mr" R.': A. Sapp Youll respect the Ford Tractor for the way it buckles down I
EXTRA SAVINGS TOO! of discing. You'lllike It, and DearborrEquipment
Klin" writer iibnut set lo heavy jobs plowing or
: N Handling Complete lei by thu delegation. from Hawaii.
% Members of the Bradford Chapter line fishermen. I would, like to Mis." Dolores Dohbs and MraCh'nuge MIAMI . 6.5.1; too for the way you can do such Jobs as scrapln' t

Line of Quickly who attend tho meeting/ say Hint I lii'lleve the KOntlemnnIn Green of Lake City were New York . 17.60 leveling, loading, ditching, terracing, tl
pj.JRlghtl' AttachedImplomtnts were Tummy Hamilton, Harry either ml lnformed or not Informed visiting Mr. and Mrs." Seeber LAKELAND 3.00( ing, digging' post holes or sawing

Omen Kdwln: Prevail. Irvin Andrews at all about what the set Moody Sunday. CHICAGO . 17.95; Dearborn implements lift or lower at ex..vatIt I
Spebor Doyle Andrews( line fisherman lit Florida R'om- Miss Cosette Si III'P| | or .Txckton- ORLANDO 2.65 on the Ford Hydraulic Touch
Charles. Lawson, J. L. Alvarez'l| I I rVui,.J.,.,Tarn
FREE 'D.tMu-1 Richard, Crosby and Glenn Conner ) fisherman. :Mrs.\ I R; A. Sapp, Wednesday anti
,1J4 #. 4 president Hern Is 11 lint of the, rough fish Thursday. GREYHOUND BUS STATION I t

Others attending' were V. K. I that I have caught and! ili'xlrojulnut Mr. and. Mrs. Jay Moody and Temple Ave. Starke Ph. 147JGREYHOUND DIXIE EQUIPMENT Inc. :
ALSO roWHIt .) C fl 2W( K-: Call Ferguson, FFA advisor Chas. S.Puurtiti. of the surrounding lakes In family spent the day> with Mrs ,

I.AWN l\IOWtUS: 1\. ampler Slurke. Florida principal of BUS. and j this neighborhood In the past 13:. !Mnody'M\ mother. Mrs.\ AIi1"1'1- 1136: \V. Main St.. South Gainesville, Fla. t
Harmon P. school'stipprlntemlHtnt. 'I months: 8.921 I rut fish; 1.V: tur.I ivy or Italford last Sunday.Mr. .
-. . ..-------..,. ,___" .,---- Morgan. county I IAH I I tIes; 104 gar fish; 262: mud fish: and Mrs. Pete Sapp were: - - -

s__,___ ___,____,__,_,,_ _,.__,_,,_,_,_,_, member of Doyle's family 161 eels. Those are all classed visiting I iclutlves In this section I
were present with him ut the ns scavengers: and are not fished over the weekend. They have ',

convention. In addition to those for by sports fishermen, although been visiting In JII.'kHonvlUe. but | ,The news you've been waiting (co. .
named. these included his sister they all destroy scnle fish and now live lit Palatka.

June, and brother and slsterlnInw their pnwn. Camilla Juntt Moody l enteitained 1
".' I caught) one gar fish in Sampson the of this BHTEEtNATBONAL
t !Mr and Mrs. I.uclnn Con. young people community HARVESTER
i NG nero and their yell old 1 son. Lake that was 4 feet. 4 Inches with a ,wiener must last I
0 long and our conservation Friday night, Everyone .
\ \\ Doug who gained his share of reported
1 I the officer. told me that It takes 6 a tike time. I
limelight as "the future farmer
1-2 !'< of mall seal fish to
ptllln. Johns nf
Wesley Hampton
with the most fulinc". was I F'
feed that one gar every 21 visiting' his mother, Mrs.' Hello I l> ARE HERE !
hours or 2..17I: pound of smnll Johns Sunday.Mm. .
Flying FarmersTo ",'ul., fish, per year. And that O. B. .Moody and Mr anil''

Meet At Airpark was only one out of 100 in 13; Mrs., VV. ..:. !Moody were shopping j i
months In take City Monduy.Mis. >
October 22, 23 My honest opinion Is that if it Rosa Plnholxlcr.. of liiooker Room to spare: ."
wns not for the set line fisherman wan visiting her niece Mrs.
Uftler flying/ weather Is producing that In Ii) years the roughor Mina Wiggins' over the weekendand with spare room in
IncriNixod at the
predator fish gars and turtles '
attended chinch at New kitchen! '
Keystone Ranch and your
Airpark. would destroy All our scale (IIIr.. ilver Sundiiy.
Roy II. Browning/ airport manager
It takes the set line fishermanto
Mrs.. Bud Moody and
f son
tr 44\$1Mi DOUBLEBARRELED- for lepoit the iinmml advanced meeting reservations / of-, balance.keep the fish population in Ralph spent FeaLty night and I Sa.' Good news, for busy homcrn.xers with
i the Kljtng (Kitrmor. This Is a I I request that you publish those Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. liarI -'I the "mealtime blues" is the arrival

nil tinnal organization of agriculturist farts so the sports fisherman will t L of the-refrigerator that mikes it easyto

CONTEST! who own and pilot their know the other side of this sub I store enough food lor many tasie-
L own plane The statewide flight ject. Save Time, Work, tempting meals.Thess .
't of Klylng Farmers Is scheduledfor
October 22nd and 23rd. Respectfully: yours, brand new, eight-cubic-foot
They B. S. Hurdmnn. and Money! :
Yea, over s ,ooo.ooo In cah will stay at the Airpark Hotel ...., International Harvester: Super DeLuxe

and valuable priies to t be awarded, by Cronley and Crooley Itoalers.. located on the Fli-ld. Their annual Dear Sir: Pounds Of Your Refrigerators ire more than roomy inside.
You pt a double chance to win! MUST-* Local l Content judged by meeting and banquet will I am a quite frequent visitor More than 16 feet ol. shelf
_ square
",' local judge|[ right in your own community. All you dOa\ writ your also! he held on the field at the to Starke and have the pleasure 9 Done In ) '
A rmumn in BO word or 1 Iwu on the Local! Entry: Plunk ...hy.... should Airpark Cafe. They will leave of knowing a former resident of Laundry area."SIO"" '''''., freezer locker stores. up

give you a new 1980/ Shelvadur IlefriK!<.r tor. If our judges select yours thus Airpark Sunday morning and your city, Mrs. C.V.. (Peggy) Only to 35 pounds ol' delicious frozen foods.
u the best ...*.m. you ...i11I1t"t a new JWi( SMf.i.for". Kefrittralor loIn : wilt attend a bmbecu. .. given In fleas I ant sure her friend I "Frigidrawer'" stores 13'i pounds ol tender
u; emardfd. 6ff n. and iltlittml rigM' to your, Au_. I their honor by Dr and Mr*. O. would like to know she under : "' tuicy meat.
SECOND* Nation! (Contest In addition to and separate from Minutes. It Is I I
M. -
Zelgler at their farm at Pa- went and has : ,
our local contests whvre the same words.. you\ write.. (for the LoculContest lalka. been! surgery ill recently for Washed Spotlessly Two Crisncri score over 3 pecks of
A long
(or diflorent.U you prefer! ) may be submitted on the National Mr. and Mrs. I. Powst associate She talks about Stark. and how 40 Clean-Ready '::._.__.a dewy-fresh vegetables and fruit,, and a
Entry Blank and compete for the Grand Prises of cash kitchens, Super-Storage Pantry-Bin stores food
be awarded CroclvylU editor of Holiday Magazine wonderful every one was to her Iron!
I' and refrigerators to by To
arrived October 17 to bo a' while she lived there and owned I you refrigerate.

. U. fOH WTy sUAMNS AND cornier NU1CS.sUTTCt guest of the Airpark. Mr. DoweL the" Pine Tree ]nn. lit] Come In today. Learn more shout the
Is piloting his own plane. and I I. I know lots of her freinds Cents Is11 It II E safest,soundest i investment'in"ahofingstoringserving" -
an ardent sportsman. He expects : would like to drop her a line and HI
., 40 freedom t
i ti' enjoy: the fine fishingthis the would love to hear from Costs! Try Our '

.. area. has to offer. them. Her prevent address U
\ '
.. ....... ... $24.95 $9.75
J 1L Guest of Service Soon! td4 IC ill S. S.L.rn
; the Airpark last Mrs. C. \\. De. P. O. Box 1344, I .*- -.rnr 5.5.5.se DOWN
rfttwira: : roll u.trricx U .LYC weekend were M...". Black. Mc. Winter Haven Fl*. MONTH
.t ; I Inure and Purcell from !_... I am forward
: looking to my
:' ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY :, burg and Clearwater. Their families ,I next visit to Starke. and the The Washeteria Farm, Home & Auto SupplyGUY
'l .
accompanied them and they :best of success to lUl your friendly
enjoyed and dinner ANDREWS
swimming at people STARKE. FLA.RADFORD .
J J. K. Kile -Owner&Manairr: t the Airpark Cat. Plane from i 313 Temple; Avenge- j
.- ... .... J ._ _ _ u ___ "' --.0- Sincerely yours
Reynolds Flying Service of I Mrs. 3. M. Brady. ,



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