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 13, 1950
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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OCT 13 1950



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: where there is plenty for every-
al :
resd will! .- >nslderablemtorials one.I
,S.. of theo have lived among the Navajos

your dealing with the an Indian tribe whose reservation
weekS oys who are ..0In lies only. a few miles from the Official County Publication Established In 1879

0 falX need of help. I feet small town I worked! in for three

for years In Colorado. I have noted
all) with Intense : .
$8 Interest how thereat .
tile public - -- __ ---r--- -- -------------- ------ --- -- --' '- ----- ---- -----
'before -"u _.._ __-_- -- --------- -- --'-
r should do, thIs problems of welfare among n.

'::1'to,paper.our ituation has*doors.f.mlly been which. back AYtftt)jsimoot the handled.thousands, underprivileged The disease of Indians ridden outcasts, was underfed IMPORTANT MEETINGThe Hospital Closing Tornadoes Return

a year and three were thereby given a new hope;

I returned to Join a new lease on life; a new concept North Carolina manufacturer of an establish November 15

ago i it our home. W of the white man's religion as a ed product is desirous of installing plant in Florida -

nd ITu.quite. ) a few of the proof that the white man has a A grOUp of local businegs men have been commun To Home Field

r. in Bradford County and God.This icating and negotiating with this manufacturer for Hembree SaysDr. ti

deeply" > interested in was all accomplished some time. ,
y through the untiring efforts of
inTof neighbors. It
now develops that
to Starke WI local people who always realized this manufacturer is definite J. M. Hembree, one of the

returning noticed a maJkedchsDgea that, while not hostile, the Indians' ly interested in Starke as a location for his proposed three doctors associated in the Palatka Game

ateY)) trend toward health problema and financial prob. plant which would employ around 200 persons, mostly operation of North Florida Clinic

People seem less lems affected the health and eco women who would not otherwise be gainfully employed. and ;North Florida Blood Bank an. C _

ell. Interested In one an- nomics of the whites.A The product he makes Is a staple line which Is In demand nounced yesterday that both operations Lost On FumblesThe

[t;less and handicaps committee was formed to In In good times and bad. In war days or In peace. This line has will clone effective November ,

I problems said we will alU )- vestigate. Thousands of mile been handled for years by several local business houses who 15.

KM been with us. Ex- :were covered to find out the truth. vouch for its quality and sales appeal.In : Dr. Hembree stated that Increasing Palatka :Maroons made the)

I the poor of God, we all Then a representative was dispatched recent years It has become more or less standard practice I costs made I it Impossible 0 I. breaks and out scored the BUS '.
the grace to for communities to offer 'for him and hi* associate, Dr. H. Ia4t 14-6.
\ the same clrcum- Washington, resultingIn some Inducement or to make some .1 Tornadoes Friday night
I be those In you mentioned.In what perhaps is tlu> biggest concessions to manufacturers seeking locations for new plants. 'H. Adams and Dr. C. K. Hayes, The Tornadoes won statistical

ucle.u program of Its kind ever tackled It Is not our Intention now to go Into the merits or demerits of I to continue operating the facilities 4 honors, but that was email satisfaction -
In individual The this I as a private enterprise.All to the coaches and the
I not the desire of those by any community. rapidly growing custom. The fact remains that many communities -
I that condition. It UiM results are amazing. More enrollments do make these concessions and manufacturers three doctors will continue 'fans who saw the game.
in are
ha schools and universities their private office In.the hospital f Bradford and
)In punched
Therefore ;
their fault. naturally on the alert to obtain all the benefits possible. Who
better standard of of building: he said Its down the length of the
i with those less fortunate living; more can blame them for that? I" way
At the last meet.ng of the Boardbf 'field eeveral to fumble .
Jr must be a razor edge everything good. And certainty The times, only (
communities offering the Inducements naturally expect Commit llonel'a the doctors t ,. ,
County : < .d _
along psycho- not the least of these benefits is .4 C i each time, with Palatka recovering
Lion drawn to reap thetr harvest In the additional .. a 'I' M'" -
payroll that wouldbe offered to /art the hospital ''' ___ i Palatka scored Its first
that whatever U their everlasting faith In the 1' & _______
lilt so hinder the cause, white brothers' ways. pumped Into the channels of trade as a result of the plant's and its equipment to the county 0 ; :' .,. ""s o-: : touchdown from, the three yard? '

(?ill not the desire tc I Of course no one in his right establishment.Next I for. 1133,000: and suggested that It A ? .. line after a punt was fumbled and

p to Increase. I mind wants to be a' burden on Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock the regular meeting of : be operated as a county-owl BHS was penalized 19 yards. Fullback

[ dependent.L all know that there 'society. No one wants to accept the City Council will be devoted largely to a discussion by the I facility, They sId that tho Inventoried \_ ., Dodd went over guard for

we beloved America today charity without giving somethingIn private citizens and public officials of the city and county of value of land, building g \ 'the score Tackle Tllton's kick
I ,
MI our socialized dependency return. That's where the NavaJos ways and means that might be devised to bring this manufacturing -' I fixtures and$190.018.41The oqulprn"'it.of the hospital 'JI,. 1. '\. '.' ; : 1{' wa's good for a 7-0 lead.
was ,.Iot
alarmIng lack of Individual had a comeback. From the plant to Starke. 1"10" .- .' I\ _
doctors out that
free thinking.) It Is all white man's direct help there resulted The meeting will be held in the courthouse Instead of the pointed sue STATISTICSPALATKA..
( to build a new hospital, with the TORNADO CO-CAPTAINS Jack Hasen and Marvin Warren lead theirteam
to "let the gov. a cooperation between the city hall in order that there will be room to accommodate the It ht dow", ru.hinc 4
for u! say .
n same number of beds as th, N01.thFlorida ; mates In a return to the home field as BHS meets P. K. Tongs a ht downs, "
Indian Council and the Government large crowd that Is passing a
without realizing
to Members
t It" expected of the Boardof
I do Clinic, would coat the Iin the first home game in three weeks 11 Total h. downs 5
C are the government. -a deal whereby the vast County Commissioners are asked to attend, as well as all county In the neighborhood of 13 PauseS tried 4
II Passes eompl'.tel a
unately, modern living mineral resources of the land were business men and other Interested citizens. '4/10/ 000. Passes Incomplete IPasse.

ed I our next door neighborpart opened up and made available to Inasmuch aa this Is a matter of such great Importance to Th'e Commissioners rejectedthe I intercepted 1Fumbles
Band To Parade PTA CarnivalSet a :I
from what was onceiat fill a great need.I the future of 1 ,
Starke and Bradford County It Is desired that.the proposal, however, on the Own fumbles .ao..red
have have been wondering ever 1 Oppnn.ntg .eaov.r.d T
t friend. We gone group attending the meeting In the courthouse Tuesday nightbe ground that It would place "an IU Vard. ..Ined, ru.hInE 8t!
Lira with the bright light since I read your articlewhereare as large and as representative aa possible. unbearable tax burden" on the au Tard" ..In..... paa.ln lit
dualism blinding us to out our truant officers TOur welfare In Gainesville For Oct. 27 In Total ;yards Seined US
committees TOur taxpayers of the county at": thl 1. KIck-ott reCurne .S
Itg of being advisory
responsibilities time. o Number' or pu"t. ISII
Ittert' keeper.! We have civic groups? And others supposed The Cause Of Most Fires May Be FoundIn In Av.ra. yards punta It
The hospital opened here
d and not given. We have to be Interested In human welfare Your Pants Pocket Chief Pickett Says February 1047.Registration.was A signal honor for the BHS Mrs. T. H. Slade, chairman of ce Yards penalties 4"

I all within reach without ? If we have them here Band came this week In the form the PTA Hallowe'en Carnival announces The Tornadoes were not to be

[ anything closer to the then they are faltering badly In I Every day, on the average, 1.. Cleaning out the oven regularlyto fit an Invitation to participate In that this annual event outdone though',.and on the kickoff
duties/ I know that they I Set the annual Homecoming parade at will be at..ecS'on Friday, Oct. IT, *
; hand of our neighbor. their \ 100 American homes are struck I avoid an accumulation ol after Palatka's score, Maim took '
,s of behavior haa come tc know about cases like the one you by fire and 30 Americans die in grease. For Certain Doctors, the University of Florida. using as Its "midway" the paved the ball on his own 10 yard line

[creeping paralysis over a mentioned. If they are at all alert fires. j I I| Keep grease containers away Dentists And Vets The colorful crimson and white street between the cafeteria and and brought It back to the 44. Ona

>(time, so slow that we arere and sincere organizations.I These figures were brought to from the stove. uniforms of the band will form a the primary-elementary school long pa., covering 06 :yards.'

of It. have been In a community for light this week by Fire Chief Pick.I I I "If a grease fire does start while A special registration for certain bright spot In the parade which Is building Hazen threw to Thomas who went

I for our fellow man. tolerI three years, before coming here tc ett of the Starke Fire DepartmentIn you're cooking cover the burningpan medical doctors, dentists and scheduled to begin at 1:30: P. M. In The carnival festivities will begin all they way for Bradford's only

I shortcomings faith Ink Starke, where we DID things for discussing the annual observance I with a large flat cover or veterinarians will be conducted by Gainesville. Director Carl Rob at 4 o'clock'In the afternoonand score Hasen' kick was) no good

of life, belief In our God those In need Instead of TALKING of Fire Prevention Week, I smother It quickly by sprinkling a Selective Service Boards throughout erts said that more than 60 members will run continuously through and the score stood 7-4 In favor of

[rage to DO something a- about them. I would like to be October 8-14. I pound of ordinary baking soda on the Nation on Monday,. Oct. 18, of the marching band will 10 P. M. Supper will be served .Palatka.

I a the true solution of the one of the first to start a move What' does this mean to the It." between the hours of 8 A, M. and m.ke.the' trip. to the University. from 6 to 8 P. M. The Maroons came right back

|iorld and Its problems to- ment for such that would give homeowner In Starke? It means Here are some tips on prevent" 0 P. M.The City. Advance plans Indicate that and threatened to score again, but

these 'leiu( ; forunates!: the proper that there Is one chance In abouta Ing other common kitchen Ares: h following- are required to I I The Band mlso distinguished Itself this year's carnival will be one of Warren Intercepted a pass or*

innot do It alone. It help without..waiting and red tape hundred that you'll have a home '' J. If you use a gas stove- register at this time! every male last FrldsV night In Palatka the most colorful and entertaining Bradford's 12 yard line One play

|he combined. and coopera-- You may use this letter If you' fire this year-and one chance in ,I keep It clean. Don't let window person' who has participated as *. when It went through Its paces between In the history of the Starke. PTA was run and the; Tornadoes fumbl.

rta i of all. If we. as cltlIf -, think It would do any good In 20 that you'll have a home Ore during curtains or hanging-towels blow student In the Army' specialized halves) of the Tornado- Ma- The attraction \""In\Inl'lude'pony! ed" again. r%:Utfta. 'recovering on I

1 'oufllttle'T'oommUnlty' \ : ,' bringing about a" more public re- the next five years," Chief over the flames. training program or any similar I I roon game. rides, picture show, fish pond 'the-iar Halfback Lemmond went

top grabbing: long enough allzaton of the needs of our citi- Pickett pointed out. I I 2. If yo1.i have art oil or kerosene program administered by the The public will be. Interested to house of horrors, country store, around end for their second score.Ttlton's t .

1 the cries of our unfortun- zens. But withhold my name "Would you like to take a look stove keep main storage of Navy, or who was deferred from know that the Band Is sailing season baseball game and the "football kick was again good, mak..

[ttier and unite our efforts please. Unless you wish person- at the nation's No. 1 Fire Hazard oil outside; refill oil reservoirs service during World War II for I tickets to tho football games game of the century." ing the score 14-6.

t. we could then-and only ally to see m!", I should like to remain ?" the Chief inquired. "That's' outside; If possible; never refill the purpose of pursuing courseof I and receipts from these tickets gc The Tornadoes were still not

|ip. poverty and suffering anonymous. easy. Just open your purse or with stove lit;, do not move oil instruction leading to education to the support of the Band These Methodists Ready daunted and with Hazen running;

te face of our great Nation -Ex Navy Man. reach into your pocket. You'll reservoirs from original position In medical, dental or allied: tickets are now on sale at U. O To Start and passing to Thomas, the half '. .,

-- probably find a pack of cigarettes designed by the manufacturer; be specialist category, and tins had I II. for all remaining games, and may Building found the Bradford. lads on PalatHa's -

,wtey Church Plans HomecomingHomecoming there. They look harmless, but sure smaller stoves are not set less than 21 months of active duty, be obtained from any member of New SanctuaryThe 8 yard line.

those cigarettes and the matches where they will tip over keep your In'' the Army, the ..(Ir Force, Navy,! the Band The second half was all Brad-
used to light them, keep the firemen -1 stove clean and free of dirt at all Marine Corps, Coast Guard, or I First Methodist church U ford. The line defense

I who Is also'a sister of Mrs. Wall; busy. They cause onethirdof times; be sure to read and follow Public Health Service subsequentto Rites SaturdayFor ready to begin construction of, the superb that the Maroons did was not so

ming at the MethodistS and Mrs. N. F. Myers of Rlnggold all our fires," Chief Pickett add. the manufacturer's Instructions. the completion ot, or release I proposed new sanctuary. and register a first down the entire-

cheduled for next SunIH Virginia a relative of Mr. Wall. 1 ed.He I Don't use gasoline, crankcase oil from such program or course and,; Mrs. Fowler Church School Building as of the second half. The Tornadoes were
does not suggest that It Is or any oil containing gasoline, as who, on the day fixed for Ms reg. first of November according to en
Jacksonville '
I of I offensive
Bishop Roy Short to dele Miss Grace Crews Mrs. Lena Fowler, 80.1 minded but five fumbles
for everybody to stop fuel. .Glllyard announcement made In the church
necessary istration (al) shall have received
home-coming message.er spent the weekend with Marlon her smoking, but does emphasize the Here are some other kitchen from the Institution attended one or I! died early Friday morning Oct. service Sunday. October 8, by the i In threat.this half stopped every scoring;
members well the Mr. and Mrs.
as as parents, at her home Brooker
near 8'1
observance of the following. safety hints: more medical, dental or veterinarian chairman of the construction com
members and all friends Crewt. ing long \Illness. Carl Johns' with
a Ben
running /
simple rules: I degrees; (b) Is not a member mittee. T H. Slade.
ureh are Invited to attend. Miss Patsy Wainwright spent In all Make It a rule to cut off your native of and nett helping, along with Jack Ha>-
1. Keep ash trays handy of any reserve component of the She was a Lawtey Mr Slade Mated that all of the
nner will be served at the the past weekend with relativesat parts of the house. Use them. I Iron immediately when door Interrupted U S. armed forces; (Ic) shall not had lived near Brooker for 40 major critical building material en' passing and running, carried
1 call bell.
ur. The pstor of the Cecil Field. ,2. Never smoke In bed. by phone or have attained BO years of age. years She was a member of the had been secured or contracted for the Tornadoes to the shadow of 4

inounceg that he will begl Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Walters and 3. When emptying ash trays, Do not keep explosive cleaning The registration for Locati Board Brooker Baptist Church. and that the services of ''Ben F. the Maroon's goal line twice again 1'

announces that he will be. Mr. and Mrs. U H. Futch attended make sure every cigarette butt Is fluids such f gasoline In the No.8 (Bradford. Union and Clay Surviving are her husband Irvin Hall have been secured as supervisor but the same hjjgaboo hit them.

>val let-vices on Sunday, the services at the First Meth- out. house. Use only those safe clean- Counties) will be held at the office Fowler; a daughter, Mrs. Edith of construction: Hazon's 'passes to Thomas War
These services are to con- Gainesville Mon toas a lighted match Ing fluids that have an Underwrit, ren and Johns looked like something
odist Church In 4. Never I Iin Starke located over Setser'sstore. Melvin; and a son, William Fowler, W. B. Sewell treasurer
rue services are to conmUghoi day night of this week. away. Do not toss It into a waste ers' Laboratories, Inc., label on the I all of Brooker: four sisters Mrs. building fund then stated of that the of his good form in the previous -

ut the week was basket. Remember apparently Emma of VIrs. ZulaI two years and fans will
Lacy Futch of Jacksonville : can.To Bryan Starke over 143,000 had been paid Into the
d Mra. T L. Wainwright visiting In Lawtey last Sunday. burned-out matches occasionally caused prevent those mysteriousfires Thanksgiving: DateIs I Griffith of Macclenny, Mrs. Lizzie building fund, then stated that probably see more of this in future
by "spontaneous Ignition
td with a family dinner Cullen McSwain was vacationing re-light. Fowler of Sanford, and Mrs. Fay building' fund, and that' ,games.
home eaat of Lawtey last In Fort Pierce last week and Is a Inspect your living room before avoid saturated putting with oily rags or Changed AgainIn McClelland, High Springs; and matley $39,000 more would be The game this week was chang

honoring their son, EdBio business visitor there this ,week. retiring or going out at night. cloths furniture one brother; John Glllyard Jacksonville needed to finish the construction. ed from Friday night to Thursday
butts are polish, paints, or wax In closed a reversal of a previous an-
has cigarette In
accepted a have See that no night order not to conflict with
C Mrs. Joyce Ryder and baby under sofa cushions closets or cupboards. Instead, nouncement the Governor's) office Plans were made for the last the Gator celebration
left burning Growl In
Oil Mr. Funeral services held last
'. Just returned from a visit with get rid of the ones which you will said this week that Florida. will were service In the present church sanctuary Gainesville
Only members of the and Is or on tables. afternoon at 3 o'clock In This week's foe was
Ryder who Is In the Navy said that the most not need again, and keep the observe Thanksgiving on Novem- Saturday to be held on Sunday, October
'I Pickett P.
Chief K. Yonge who started off the
were Invited to Va. I I the Brooker Baptist Church with
i'' now stationed at Portsmouth, of fires Is the kitchen. other In closed metal containers. her 23, the usual fourth Thursday 29, which will be a Recognition -
$ source season with 20-0
affair. Those present likely the Kev. C. A, Crosby officiating a over Trenton
'. Mrs. W. T. Walters spent several In stov.1"he Keep your waxers and floor mopsIn set by law ) Service In honor of the former
and Mrs. "Ever had 3 fire your but followed up with losses to.
L. I.. Waln- Pallbearers were L. A. Brown,
relatives In cool ), such the It had been previously announced pastors and faithful members who
last week visiting and suggests open spots as
d housewives
children of days asks and John Plnholster. Mal. Palatka 7-6, and Fletcher, 24-20
Gainesville I Truby *
porch. by Frank Wright assistant to the served the' church so effectively
Jlra Jacksonville. be prevented by:
Doc and that these can colm lUrrell Lonnie Parker andJ.
Wainwright I I' Governor, that the holiday wouldbe and so well' during the history .
and Mrs. Marguerite observed on November 30. W Thomas. of the Methodist Church In Dr. R. Vallotton

of Jacksonville Mr. andC Roswell McGauley Pvt./Chas. CooleyAt Bennett Stresses I The confusion over the date, Interment was In Dedan Cemetery Starke. All former pastors, members Former Prison M.D.

Wainwright and Killed In ActionPvt. Base Need For Defense has recurred annually since the under the direction of Key- and friends will be Invited to ,
Lawtey, and Jack, Dan Air Force late President Roosevelt stirred upa McCabe Funeral Home. attend this service and to enjoy Dies In Daytona

". Walnwright who are Henry Roswell McGauley. E. Cooley 18, son During Visit HereThe public clamor when he tried to I an'old fashioned "basket dinner"

With their parents, .and son of Mrs. O. E. McGauley of Pvt. Charles Mrs.V. F. Cooley of move the date back to the third. Rites Wednesday on the church grounds. Dr. Ralph Vallotton, 42, formerphysician
Who was formerly em- Palatka was killed In action In I of Mr. and need for a strong national I at the State Prison "

Gainesville. 20 according Klngsley Lake has completed his defense In "the most dangerous Thursday. For Mrs. Rehnolds Farm, was found dead October IS,
Edward left Korea on Septemebr Indoctrination: The state legislature later passed ,I New York Grower .
"lie for New York received by his AF basic airmen days this country and the world at his home In Daytona Beach. He '
early Ba.e' I!
to a message Air Force "* a law setting the last Thursday Lifelong Resident !
morning expecting to mother from the War Depart course at Lackland Texas. I have ever seen, was emphasized by of November as the date and Inquires About had been under treatment for a

'r, by plane for Arabia ment, near San Antonio the worlds largest. Representative Charles K\ Bennetton still later amended It to provide I I )frl. Ervlna Rennotds, 67, lifelong Berry Culture HereThe heart ailment.Dr. .
Way. Lackland Is his visit to Starke last Friday
McGauley was with the Thirty. I that Florida's Thanksgiving date I resident of Starke, died Mon Vallotton\ was born In Valdosta -
1* base.Cooley's The Congressman con ,
Wells and son, Ernest, second Infantry Division of the U. air force basic training has prepared afternoon.with constituents here In would be fixed by Congress or the I day afternoon In the local hospital Chamber of Commerce Is Ga. Since 1949 he had been

Ilting i In Green. Cove S. He was home In July to Into Air' ferred President. Congress has' fixed It following a short illness. still receiving/ Inquiries as a result a member of the State Board of
!att Army. him for entrance the lobby of the post office bul1dIng. I
d 3 Sunday. celebrate his eighteenth birthday. technical training and for II I as the fourth Thursday by law- She was born In Starke December of Bradford County's exhibitat Medical Examiners In Florida. He

LMr*' Ernest Williams member of the Lemon Force In specialized work. no that's when It will be even I S, 1882 .her parents being the the State Fair In Tampa last bad practiced in Daytona for about
onnie, and Mr. Williams' He was a assignment Concerning the question of national I there five 16 with the of
Church In PaUt- from Bradford though are Thursdays late Irvin and Elizabeth Johns, February; years exception
I Ethel Clifton of Jack- Heights Baptist his father, the late ReMcGauIey. He School graduated last spring and was a defense. Bennett said that In November this year, I pioneer settlers of Bradford County Under date of October 4 the nyc years of service in the medical
.ere ka.
High he favors adding a Marine representative '
)he, Spend-theday visit- served as pastor for, football letterman. She was the widow of L. ARennolds. Chamber received a letter from H. corps of the Navy.
HUbert to the defense administration. -
Jay. Priest family Futch Elected a longtime employee of E. Goldsmith of Jamestown, N. Y., His wife Jeanette.. and two
Air Force
many years. He favors an j:
d many Here the Seaboard Railroad. who says: "I am particularly Interested children Maxwell 11, and Sissy ,
Mrs. Jesse The McGauleys have Service Officer of 80 to 100 groups and also put. Lawtey City Clerk
I. They For Mrs. Rennolds In strawberry culture, 9, were visiting Mrs. Vallotton's
county. many year. ,
of artow' friends In Bradford ting the Navy back where It wa ,
' are Citing at This MorningJohn I operated the Gardenia Tourist having been a commercial grower mother In Augusta, Ga., at the
) In the lived for a number of years at the end of World War II. He L. H. Futch, former council
Lawtey area thU' tm South Walnut Street. here In western New York for time of his death.
Brooker and other places In Assistant State would like to see a force of from chairman, was elected city clerkof Home on I
' Me I' S. Cook Survivors include two nephews many years. Have been thinkingof
late Rev. In special election
Blanchard county where the wUl be In Starke 300.000 to 400,000 foot soldiers heldIn Lawtey a
and daughter Service Officer, I State Senator E. Johns of trying to grow this In
Charley crop '
' ? "Were Gauley held pastorates. until 11:30 readiness for combat at all held Tuesday to fill the unexpired Boy Charter
o Sunday afternoon morning (Friday) Starke and Asa Johns of Frost Florida and am Interested in obtaining -
Mc this deceased.
.1 Pvt. ', U .. term of I.. II. Hill .
rand me
Mr. J. B. Dye Besides his of assisting 1 lease of Review TonightA
a one or
ey rUke. by several' o'clock for the purpose The Congressman said that establishment Futch received 69 vote. to 35 proof. acres
Friends of Mr. Gauley .is survived Jennings and their dependents -! of for his opponent, O. 1. Phillips.H. Funeral services were held Wednesday that would allow enough land tc
DYe all veterans Universal Military
: Charter Review
wilt'\ be brothers and sisters for Troop 70,
to conditions
glad at 2 o'clock In study of In
afternoon growing
7 are )fcOauley claim for benefits Training would keep Available 5I C. Kelly received 63 votes for ,
Improving after re- McGauley. Miss Irene with any your section which I understand Boy Scouts of America .will be
the First Church of
.... all of Palat- be entitled because I pool of trained land forces to be city councilman to fill the unex Baptist
"''Ilnra Mrs. Jeanette Motes. Hold teen, .to which they may II used when needed. He said that plred term of I* H. Futch resign she was a member with the pas are entirely different from oui held at the Scout home. on PrattStret
of the J. E.WallPrents kaMr.. Connie of their military service. tor, Rev. L.. D. Haines officiating. methods In< the north."
p Mn Mrs. Jusnlta he considered Camp landing ed. Mr. Kelly was unopposed.The tonight (Friday) at 8 0'
;:ra. L. O.WaU'. Charleston, W. V.; Furnas Mr. Cook will be at the office of Ideal for the purposes of UMT and election was quiet with only Interment was In the family plot The writer said that he visited clOCk District Conunlaioner B. E.

Calnll1e, Hoffman and Hardy, Starke; Mrs. Mary Mc-'I I A. J- Thomas. Jr.. and will beI would do everything he could to 103 ballots being east. In Crosby Lake Cemetery with the Tampa fair several times and SImmons will preside.:

er daughtey of Boca Oranda, Unlontown. Ohio; and Sam discuss these matters with I have'It worked Into the UMT pro-, Terms of the officers elected DeWItt. C. Jones Funeral Home. In was Impressed with the Bradford All committeemen of the Troopare
". Miss Aud- with the I I glad to I will 1. charge of arrangements. County exhibit.
on January
*a of Tampa: and Mrs Oauley, who .ta serving anyone who contacts him there. gianv Tuesday expire expected to attend.

IpfOc of st Petersburg U. S. Navy In Memphis. I


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rAOa Margaret andRuby Jacksonville were Sunday: visitorsof Marjorie VOr
their daughters
-- do, and the Dodd !Were dinner the latter will undergo his last Jewel, of Archer. I Mr. and Mr. J, M. Bradley. .., OlLololo C.D.r"M

w Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED gueita Sunday, (we hope) operation to straightenhis STATE FARMBy I Mrs. W. B. White of Commerce M Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Grlner Aeear5 of. s'rAruutu. a.el
He fell )1.Jorle
Mr. Ada Kelly Is visiting heronlnlaw I and arm.broke his right arui.years It Georgia, has been the guest of her and their sons, Martin, Jr., and and add reo.V. J'j'jjWIiJj' .,*,.!
and daughter Mr. and ago Mr*. Bryan Whltfleld brother-In-law and sister, Dr. and Harold, of Pensacola were herewith You are. "o"'n:
and has ulnaenamed ,
OWNII"IIDITO"rubllahf'CI set never
E. U MATTHEWS. was wrong Novembe. ( .
187O Mrs. Jay Moody, this week. exactly right. Mr. Johns says M. Mrs. D. L. Nix for the past week. Mrs. M. E. Grlner and with Court 8'h ands(' I. rb\'

FrlcI&F and Entered a* Second Helen and Joe Kelly had quitean L should be home by DecemberIf Birth of Crawford Baby I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace and St relatives in Lake Butler during the f.ounlY Ti-l'lJiioi1: ? "ft...
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: EveryMatter the PostMEMBER Office a* Starke Flaw exciting time Sunday afternoon everything goes right.RISING. I Mr. and Mrs. Archie Crawford their visitor, K. O. Dunn week. Mrs. Grlner, Sr., returnedto Order In next ?, '"j-| PHI.
c at while gathering eggs. There wert II Louis, Mo., had a sight-seeing tripto Pensacola with Sgt. and Mrs. Wltn.. rn) ORnoi Ib
I Jr. announce the birth of theIr Marlneland at Aterlje' \ Fioriti! AM,(' alt
nests In an old unused smokehouse Augustine and vt
some St. .
extended GO.
(1) 1950 second daughter In St. Vincent'sHospital Griner for an stay.IK jcl
which served for a store Jacksonville, Saturday, Sunday. -;;.. .. I (OFFICIAL SEA).
'CouMr.Florida .
well as good nesting Rivers and Clr<- Ce.rb 'J
room as a W. S.
Mr. and Mrs. 'I.rk ,
has haven
30. The
MonthsThe September baby I Cka.eerr.polomon By f .
KubwrlpUon 92.50 Annually $1.80 For Six place. Helen and her little dog, M..... Edward NormanS. been named Cynthia Delores. their children. Sarah and Willie. 'I' I L>. Panlclii, Plaintiff, '".. Cr".L I).qi",
Bingo went In to get the eggs Jr., of Auburndale and Mr and 10.(1ALVAREZ'
about 30 young friends of the Bingo, being a snake specialist, Is I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams had Mrs. Bill Rivers of Lawtey were
= honor guest. always looking for and notifying R. Clark was visiting relatives as their visitors during the past guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. S Crews I STORE s tb
realizedthe In Jacksonville last week. r week Mrs. Senle Pender and Miss
them of snakes so they and of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers Establish ed f
Ilifc And Times Mrs. Ira MerrItt and her brother possibility of snakes being in M. Sgt..and Mrs. R. C. Thomas I Louise Tucker of Bradenton, Mrs. Sunday.Mr. s lgl

Of New River FolksBy and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. S. the building and Bingo was certainly of Valparaiso are the proud par-I J. J. Segree of Apalachicola, Mrs and Mrs. Jack Nelson, Mr.
E. Wester of Lake City, went to She J. B. Segree of Macclenny, and
I on the alert. spotted ents of a baby girl, Sandra Gale.I L. Nelson and Miss
Jesse Lee Lawnby :I Brunswick, Ga., to see her brother, one! She started raising "par. Mrs. Thomas will be remebered as Mrs. Claude Harper and children, and Mrs. Jacksonville were 1

i Aaron Wester six, who weeks had undergonean in the titular and grabbing at one's taU Edward Norman Sunday I I Claude Edward, Larry and Susan, Ann tea guests Nelson of of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. From where I sit...&y Joe M
operation ago of Palatka.
drawer an
In a partly-closed .
Elam of
I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I Brannen Sunday evening.Mr
.J'"an'f'1I Party Savannah Hospital Aaron was old chest. By this time Mr. Kelly Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.I During the weekend Dr. andMrs. and Mrs. 'Vance Geiger of
Lou Johns gave her brother, M. back home convalescing. was "up and at 'em" with a potato as Miss Rosa Mae Norman. Lynn of Tallahassee were To
L. Johns, Jr., a surprise farewell Pete and Gerry Sapp have moved rake. The dog tried to pull guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ought "Polish Up-
party Saturday night Following to Lake City for a few months. the snake out by the tail and he'd Turney. RELIEVES ie:: f :: Her Traffic

A number of games, a delicious Mr. and Mrs. I* L. Johns had as try only to come pull him so far out and from then the other Joe'd LAKE GENEVABy Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. DIAPER RASH antih := I .:: Manners!
salad course was served by the their guests last week Mrs. Johna'niece I Dave Thornton were Mr, and Mrs. I* '_Ibl..,. nrtlttUd I.YCO-BO-ROU
hostess: Enjoying the party were Mrs. Marlon Buxton of Wai- end. Finally Cert (Mrs. Kelly) Blanche Cunningham Elmer Brannen and their four I"..* lOP bwpltel tat .YIr M T-r*. Nor Spent most of yesterday over at eonw J i..g.Nobody data

got aorta one In of the the middle prongs and of the gave rake a I II children and'!,Mr. and Mrs. Elaon .all.Md 4ni far ufo..>U. miner Money kin beak IrrlUUoni.If ti.t ..\....At.. the Coart. House uTII.," Fields, When I atop her and..1t 1I1u|b
Brannen, all of Lake and the biggest and fastest-talking of abe smiles
yank which brought results. The I Mr. and Mrs. R. Rider of Grace / 1 / sweetly and I
I Mr and Mrs. L. L. Thornton and 'oar tare policemen was holdingforth that sh.'s drying Aar ,
for. drawer opened and Mr. Snake hada villa are the proud parents of a about Ms traffic troubles. aedp
big "Adam's apple" about his baby girl born October 8. Mrs Fromwl'erel.it.U.t.y\ ]
mIdsection. They decided to see Rider Is the former Aline Wagner, "Women drive Just a* !good as. eat of certain folks vk,
all-round protection what It was, thinking surely it daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS men do," Tiny said, "aDd just aa wrappe4.p la theaulra.
Jhrf.Jnk bad.For Instance-a girl in a eon.
was an egg. Joe performed the operation Wagner.Mr. nerer .otic. the1're lOt h.i
with skill. Out rolled the yertible today.She started a three to others.Our
as.at.ee. and Mrs. E. H. Eland, who neighbor flu,|
contents-an egg. But It was recently"sold their home here on It Pays To Trade I With. Slade I block tie-up aU by herself. to drive I.aafetjllll t u h.1
1: STANDARD Cert's china neat egg which had Lake Geneva, are now living in "She's creeping down Main right to enjoy a glass of,bt.r j
the nest about PROPANE .. GAS stuck out and all
disappeared from Pensacola. Friends regret theIr Street-left hand : respect the other rei(
tRt VERIFIED three months ago! I leaving this community. GAS \IV; Applianre' sort of waring around. Never rights.
and Vivian Holden of 1If
Tommy Billy Rodkey !will leave Thursday turns right or left never stops.
LUBRICATIONbring Jacksonville were visiting here Oct. 19, for Jacksonville at SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc. But of course, everyone behind Cl.. 11".
Sunday night and Invited their which time he will be Inducted in her thinks she's signaling about: 0""" of#;
Mrs. Rhoda Oowllng
grandmother the U. S. Army. He is an employee .
dinner at their E. Call St. Starke. Fla.
to Sunday
dummtr 4 home.a shrimp of the Hudson Pulp & Pa- I Copyright,19.i0finuedSgwc Urew,,,ft..
per Corp., of Palatka.
Beulah Mae Moody reports that .
your car to us! her grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie Mrs. Agnes B. Lawrence and
Wester, who has been very ill with Mrs. Blanche Cunningham spent
a heart condition, Is improving last Monday in Jacksonville MOPping -
and Mrs. F. L. East
nicely. Mrs Wester Is 90 years visiting
erly, daughter of Mrs. Cunning
old and has always led an unusually -
The first time you need a lube-job, drive by active life: It Is remark- ham.We
able how she still gets around welcome to our community
to see us for Standard Verified Lubrication, andwe'll
when she Is well. Mr and Mrs. S. M. McIntyre and
see your car receives the right amount of Emma Lou Tomlinson is on the son. formerly of Jacksonville, and
the proper grease or oil, in the right place to sick list this week. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Austin, formerly

protect every moving part of your car from des Mr. and Mrs. M. S, Hayes spent :of Lawtey.
STARKE FLORIDA Prices Good Through Sat. Oct. 14th
tructive wear. Remember, also, that we offer you Sunday night in the A. P. Moores' I --- ,
trailer. Mr. Hayes was having
choice ofMQBILOIL
your tractor trouble on his farm so he
and Pearce Osteen had plenty to Let Us Thoroughly
-ESSOLUBE do Monday.We Over 2000 Items Are Cheaper At Lovett

hear that Meadows Ander Wash Y our'Clothes

AND son of Deland has a sale for hU
place, near Merritt's store and 9 Pounds
ESSO EXTRA MOTOR OILSthe wlll.be here soon. Vonda's mother FACTORY,PACK EVAPORATED
For 40c!
Mrs. Granger, will go back and

South's most popular motor oils, built to visit them a while. Mr. Granger FREE Bleach If Desired!
provide complete protection for today' plana to go back to North Caro.
Tina for a visit.Dempaey Milk
engines. You can depend on us to keep your Margie and Kay Sapp 0 Sugar

car running better-longer I We'll take a per. Gainesville, attended church

sonal interest in it, and better care of it. Drivein Sunday at Long Bridge and were WeWUI
dinner guests of Demp's parentsthe
and for .
see yourself.
: E. A. Sapps. Dry Your Clothes

COMPUTE QUALITY I Bud Smith Moody Johns plant has been about helping eight For 20c TALL

SERVICE PRODUCTS! acres of Bahia grass for pasture. 5LB.i: 39c 3 29

: weekend ErvIn Andrews from the was University home this of la New Automatic Driers! CANS

Florida. He had been suffering
L. B. (Red) Alvarez Service Station from vaccination and 0
a smallpox
Temple Ave. & Call St., Starke ,

I.. F.Dinkins' Service Station cold.Eustace Kelly certainly has a Ballard Plain or S. R. SWIFT'S DEL MONTEPEACH
Temple Ave tc Pratt St., Starke big shelter for his tractor and The WasheteriaTemple

Harry II. Houston's Service StationPh. plows. Ave. Starke Corned Beef 37c
83 Starke M. L. Johns, Sr.. took M. L.// FLOUR43c !
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". Bradford County has an opportunity to buy $11,970 worth of forest 1/\; :\ could still turn down the proposal If some unforscen circumstances arose
: fire protection for $3,990. It has a chance to improve the worth of its : to make participation in the fire control plan Inadvisable.
woodlands by a proven $1.99 a and bring another $11,970 tf
year per
A growth study which the forest service made in Bradford County
payroll yearly into the county, all for an outlay of three cents tJ
an acre. .
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1916 showed that the value of frequently burned timberlands
That is the bargain offered by the proposal l to go in for county-wide fire '"
I "i'' 13 cents an acre peryear while the value of Infrequently burned ,
control with the cooperation of the Florida Forest Service.
timberlands increased at the rate of $2.02 a year. So for the expenditure ,.
The proposal calls for the county to put up $3,990 a year toward the f of 3 cents an acre a year by the county the gain would be $1.99 a year per
I operating expenses of the fire protection service here. That amount is I acre. .' ....**.! ? I'
calculated by multiplying the 133,000 acres of forest land in the county by d j
three cents. That does not mean that the owners of these woodlands)1) Rut Increased timber value I Is not the only benefit the county would
would pay three cents an acre however, because the total assessment"}1 receive from forest fire control by a long shot. There are intangibles ,ji:
would come out of the general; fund of the county. It does mean that all t'. of beautification with its impact on the tourist. 'trade, of water control In '
taxpaying citizens of Bradford County would share in the cost of the which forests play a vital part and of the protection and food that woods :IiiJ/
fire protection service; although; if a landowner is not paying taxes at ,y L; furnish our game. The tourist trade in 1916 amounted to $790,090,000, according &
present, then no fire control tax would be levied on his property but he 'J i to a recent report by the State Chamber of Commerce and Brad- ,
would still receive fire protection on his land. y ford County received Its ,share directly or Indirectly from the tourists
.t themselves!' and from race track money. There I Is the highly tangible matter .
If Bradford County will put up that $3,990, the state will put up twice 6 of crack fire protection for dwellings and other structures in rural areas I'
..." that amount annually. This would amount to $11,970 from both county* !', throughout the county. '
h and state funds, to be spent in Bradford County to man and operate the' 1 .. t'" ,
,1 fire protection service. In addition.the state will supply and install some' The forest service rangers will not commit themselves officially to ,:y. J
$21,000 worth of equipment including fire trucks houses, telephone lines fighting non-woods blazes-understandably since their duty Is forest fire l ..
anlother items at no cost to the county. '" fighting. Hut their policy is always to fight fires whenever and wherever l
they break out. A year or two ago forest service firefighting crews In
To go in for this county-wide fire control a majority of the voters Hamilton County saved nearly $3,000 worth of equipment owned by a "
must approve It in a referendum. To put the matter to a vote the owners sawmill operator when his mill caught fire. When a school building In
of 51 percent or more of the lands in the county must sign a petition for Madison County caught fire the county ranger there dispatched three
the purpose. This condition has been met and at the regular monthly it fire trucks to the fire and they were able to save one wing of the school
meeting of the Bradford County Board of Commissioners held this month I\ building valued at 60000. So the County of Madison saved $60,000 by "
,, the petition was presented by Extension Hanger Clarence L. Cooper, of the paying approximately $8,000 for their share of countywide fire protection. ,
Florida Forest Service, to the commissioners who accepted it and unanimously .
\, agreed to place the question of county-wide fire control on the Thirty other Florida counties now have countywide fire control anilnine g.
ballot In the November general elections. Neither the petition nor the more are going to vote on this question in November. Bradford .
referendum wte would be a hard and fast commitment, however. Even County has the opportunity to obtain fire protection service, also In November.
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Robbie Shaller Pickeren-Thomas Nasworthy Home Mrs. Doyle Hazen- Miss Hazel Fields KenisTyreMrs. WSCS Book ReviewThe

Honoree At Party Miss Anna Zee Thomas, daughter Scene Of Silver Honored At Shower Honoree At Many : Mary M. Kenis of Sanford WSCS Circles of the Mr. and Mr '
and Samuel G. Kenis of Starke, Methodist church are to review announce IlIl1Iny.
I of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Thomasof Wedding Anniversary I Pre-nuptial PartiesMany the
"The Near End" marriage
:Mrs. Robbie Shaller was the announce the engagement and approaching the book by daughter. 1
Starke and James J. Plckeren, Mr. Doyle Hagen, the former Barbara, |
honored guest at a party given for have been given marriage of their Gladys Wysner at the Church Educational Robert L Fey, |
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy parties Bean
Jr., son of Mrs. James J. Plckeren,: Miss Clara Fay Ward, was honored >
her, In observance of her birthday Miss daughter, Mary, to Wallace Lee building Monday Oct. 18, The .
Sr., and the late Mr. Plckeren of I were hosts at a lovely party Wednesday with a lovely tea shower Wednesday in the pad week honoring marriage ,,),
anniversary Tuesday evening by Gainesville and Hampton, were evening: of lut.week/ in I afternoon, Sept. 27, from Hazel Fields, whose marriage to Tyre, son of Mrs. Thelma Pace at 10 o'clock. day afternoon .,?, oler(
her husband and son, Don Ray celebration of their silver wedding Herbert Green will be an event of Tyre and Claude G. Tyre of San- The purpose of this course is to o'clock ,In oho' I
g united in. manage on Friday Sept. 3 until S o'clock In the community, King
Tilley. o'clockin ford. acquaint the group with the 'C-I,
the this afternoon at
at anniversary. Throughout Sunday ceremony ,
22, In the Methodist parsonage center at Brooker pert"nnell
Late summer flowers were used Ga. The was rooms of their Kingsley Lake I' the First Presbyterian Church. I lands of the near East, the people I Herbert Etherljt) I 11
Kingston ceremony / ; ,
Fall flowers were used in decorating ] .,
their customs, problems, religion
to decorate the Shaller home for performed by the pastor, Rev. home were placed arrangements of the center. The tea table was I Members of Beta Sigma Phi sorority New Youth Choir by the bride' OJ paten"
the occasion. Refreshments were !white gladioli, roses and chrysanthemums dinner and the contributions they have Cpl. Beam ,
Ethridge. gave delightful par ih
nerved from a lace covered refreshment all with sliver leaves, coveted with a white linen cloth i I ty Wednesday evening of last weekat Being OrganizedA made to civilization wit)(' special Mrs C E Bean 01 or
The couple was accompanied ty and the centerpiece was a crystal I I Islam. n 8'
table. Klda': party games carrying out the color scheme of the Inn. A lovely arrangement emphasis on stationed al ,
Keystone ,
Mrs. Ruth of Starke andA. formed at u
Topplns bowl of orchid azzuratum and fern,i j Youth Choir will be A covered dish luncheon wIn be Hu!"
were enjoyed by the guests during white and silver. Force BaBe
F. Murray, Jr., of Gainesville. balanced on each side by orchid I I j of chrysanthemums in the First Methodist Church in and all members j tit Savant.
the evening. After a brief wedding trip, Mr. Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., greetedthe candles in crystal holders. I j a low bowl centered the dining Starke, according to plans madeat served attend. are urgedto I I where he and Oil tilde x
Helping :Mrs. Shaller celebrate and Mrs. Plckeren returned tf guests at the door and present. table. At the brides-to-be place the regular business meetingof their home
the occasion :Mr. and Mrs. The crystal punch bowl placedat
were ed them to Mr. and Mrs. Nas WAS a of
Starke to make their home. Mr corsage pompons. the Methodist Youth Fellowship
Lonnie Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. one end! of the long tea table
Plckerrn Is employed at the worthy. Mrs. Guy Sale invited the Miss Fields received the Beta on Sunday evening, October 8. ASK THE MAN WSO.KNOWS : YOUR WATHMAKIRr
decorated with
Cecil Sewell, Mr. and Mrs. W E.: book was beautifully
guests to sign the guest
Gainesville office. Sigma Phi bride's book and a
orchid flowers and fern. Punch Bert N wcbmb, president of the
Tilley, Mrs. Paul Keleher, Quinton
which was in the charge of Mrs. of her chosen silver from
Flllinglm and Mian Evelyn New.' Typewriter bonil paprr, 90< James Deaver. Assisting at the was served by Mrs. James W. the piece 22 members present. MYF, presided at the meeting andIt warn
Dome I IIi ream. Telegraph.DEPOSIT I Thomas. I was announced that J. W. Rltch
punch bowls and serving the guests I I _
S.// Greetlnl .cruests. at the door will be director of the choir.
>. were Mrs. W. H. Hart Mrs. C. n On Thursday evening of last
:Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Miss Lu- Practices will be held each Wednesday .
Partin, Mrs Ruby-Johns, Mrs. Kate was I'week the Young Matron's Circleof I ,
Sheppard Mrs. Paul Bridges and bedla Pinholster presided over the the Presbyterian Church entertained evening beginning at 7 p REGULAR
Mrs. Melba Green m. In the Methodist Educational
Mrs. Hollls Knight. Mrs. Lex guest book and at a buffet supper honoring -
Green and Mr,. JV.. Kincaid presented guests to the receiving Miss Fields and Herbert Greenat Building. Young people Interestedin

were in charge of the floral ar- line which was composed of the the Stump home on N. Walnut singing In the choir are urgedto !
honoree and her mother Mrs. D. TOO
rangements.<< Street. contact Bert Newcomb, Mr.
Refreshments were served from L. Ward, and Mrs. R. E. Hazen,
Guests were met at the door Ritch, or Rev. T. Q. Mitchell.
lace-overlaid table, centered bya mother of the bridegroom. Integrity and
a My personal profession, backed
\ by Mrs W. E. Dowling and Miss by 40 s
three-tiered wedding cake. At Others assisting in serving refreshments Lillian Stump and presented tc Musicale of experience In Fine Watch Repairing,la jour Guam1h
the base of the four silver candleholders
and displaying the of Satin/action. Authorized Distributor
the receiving line consisting' of for ltusdltoa,
holding lighted white tapers gifts were Mrs. I* A. Mott, :Miss Miss Fields, Mr, Green and Mrs. F. ,Starke Musicale will meet Elgin, and Ilulova Watches.
were tiny bouquets of tube Iva Mae Lewis, Mrs. R. F. Ga.no F.
roses and white pompoms. The. Mrs. E. J. Lewis and Misses Marcia Stump. Tuesday evening, Oct. 7, at 8 o' i Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry

mantel in the living room Held a I Kay Hazen, Carolyn Kelly The refreshment table overlaid clock In the Woman's Club. The
with with an imported lace cloth I Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector
beautiful arrangement of white Yvonne Harrell and Shirley Park- program will consist of a piano
gladioli and white mums WJth silver er. was centered with a lovely.rrange- "Starke's Leading Jeweler"
leaves ment of white chrysanthemums recital by Miss Louise Stern. Hostesses
like bride'sbouquet.
NOW UP TO $10,000 Mrs.arranged Levy Canova a Carl The honoree received many love- with lighted green tapers in silver will be Mrs. L. A. Canova
ly gifts in remembrance of this delightful -
holders at each end of the table, '
Roberts and Lawrance Gibson Mrs. T. J. Alderman and Mrs. I.
1' ....-....II> furnished background music occasion.Courtmanch. carrying out the green and white N. Breazeale. I
color scheme.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Cor- throughout the evening.
Mrs. Nasworthy chose as her Home Assisting in caring for the 50

t.. .,oration was founded in 1933 to insure gown for this delightful occasiona Scene Of CelebrationMr. guests were :Mrs. Charles She]
gray lace short formal over herd. Miss Lucille Mitchell Mr /
the deposit or member banks for thelirnefil peach taffeta with a white orchidon and Mrs. J. H. Courtmanch James Bunch and Mrs. Ralph Ya
of depositor. For many yean her shoulder, complimented celebrated their Golden Wedding bray.Miss
with silver accessories. anniversary last Sunday at their Fields was the reclplen x '
the FDIC ha insured deposit up to Out of town guests Included home Jacksonville with their of a china platter in her chose r < r

$5000 for each customer. This deposit and Mr. :Mrs.and Mrs.Page H.Pinnell R. Gertner and Mr.'and, :Mr. acting daughter as, Mils hostess.Anita Courtmanch Circle.pattern from the members of th< o ti is the Coee(( for You! ,

insurance maximum has now been! Mrs. Nathan Prevatt of Gainesville Yellow fall flowers were used In *
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Branham I decorating and carried out the The Jacksonville home of Mr,

doubled-to.$10,000 for each depositor, and family and Mr and Mrs. J. J.I color scheme of gold. J. D. Lyles and her daughter, Mis,

Weyer Jr., of Jacksonville and' Guests, Including a number of Martha Lyles, was the scene of i

from Brunswick, Ga. :Mr. and friends from Starke, called between lovely buffet spaghetti supper am

Florida Bank at StarkeMember Mrs. J. O. Deaver and Mrs. E. Y. the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock kitchen shower for Miss Field:

Roberts. and enjoyed a musical program last Saturday evening.

presented by the Courtmanrh trio:
Seasonal fall flowers '
were use d
Florida National Group \lJmf'fljraph paper, Ink stencils Mrs. Courtmanch, piano; :Mr. to
advantage in decorating th< W'itITE norSENo.
eorrectlonfluid, styll. Bradford Courtmanch, saxophone; and Miss Lyles home for the occasion. MI? 4 R 1 Makes it America's

County Telegraph.--- Courtmanch. violin., Fields! was presented her gifts ira Ciq 'Q 1/ 1 Favorite Milk, 2 ta ll 0 .

decorated basket with a ballooattache n .: p1 ,':A Tes' A&P: Coffee is. America' favor
I to '
gift and also a ,, No ::2 CAS' Iox.t
verse of Instructions on eacl ., + tic by million.* of poundHIore!

kitchen gift, which )Mlas Flleds ha, a/ x )i people drink ASP: Coffee than any Tomatoes o.otht'r. .

use to read to the guests. (0'/ In fact our Eight O'Ciock

sharpen gourpencil- The guest of honor was presented f alone outsells any other brand of

with a set of mixing bowl e coffee In the world. No coffee Ion Flour .
from her hostesses Assisting l I Ir glees you more for your mont'y. ,

serving the 20( guests were MiM more rich' flavor per cep nor more

Yeiil are / '. Helen Relnohl and Miss Sophie' ,y goal cups per pound than ASP NO :2i'J VAN

1. Relnohl of Jacksonville. i Coffee. Three blends. mild, metl. Ion Peaches 0

C Tq' Ism and strong, custom ground to
A delightful luncheon was giver '' J. a.R C coffee
f fit your maker.
I Tuesday at the l
Miss Fields by Mrs. W. B, ., >< IILD &: MELLOW ]b. BAG Sliced Beets

Mundy, Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. J. 8 O'Clock - 79c o.
H. tKipre. Mrs. Charley Johns and r
Mrs. J. R. Kite. s RICH It FULL Bodied lb.
-a'\ "" Dexo, 3 Ib, 0
-The dining table held lovely arrangements Red Circle 8lc"IGOIt
1 of fall flowers! in low
The attractive placecards
held miniature blue Bokar
garter - 83c Salad Dressing
with tiny pink bowls over the

corner of the card. n F ro.. M4r

Miss Fields received a piece of
For Morf Good Eati'nf jprfletfrtWii
her chosen crystal from her host r ,

Ip'j'.w' w esses.Invited to attend this delightfoccasion "Super-Right V

were: Mrs. J. H. FieldMrs. ul's

_' __,.rartade.;. ,, ,p nm nmw.w Adam Green, Mrs. Don Page,, ANN PAGE 21 oz.
___ Mrs. Ida Miner, Mrs. Robert e
Green Mrs. R. p. Stubblns. Mrs Pork & Beans 13c "SUPER-RIGH1"' Ready to Eat

Robert Lappe. Mrs. L. G. Powell, ---------
Mrs K. O. ANN PAGETomato PICNICS lb. - -
Does Duncan Mrs. J. W.Kincaid. .
ACROSS this broad land there are mind-sharpen up your pencil a little. the price include air cleaner; Mrs. O. L. ,
./-y. thousands of people who have Beasley. Mrs. Soup 9c Fla. :
Is oil filter; dual'horns, windshield A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. M. F. Brown D.&D. 22'Ib avg.
been doing themselves a disfavor. It a six-or an eight, like Buick? '
wipers and sun visors; an automatic Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. T. T. ANN PAGESpaghetti
If an eight,is 11 valve-ln-head eight? FRYERS Ib."SUPER.RIGIIT .. .
dome light/ ; self-locking luggage lid; Long, Mrs. Tom Slade, Mrs. C. H. -
17c = = : _
Seems they "just naturally assume" That adds a plus In efficiency, you
Nasworthy. Mrs. G. -
a single key for all locks? J. blcGrltSr. t, .
a Buick Is beyond their reach-and know, even without the extra edge ., Mrs. A. C. Durden. Mrs. Guy ANN Creamy Smooth-__ Skinned avl;

10 pass up the car they're really Itch. of Hulck's Fireball power. And Is there an automatic drive, or Sale! Mrs. Fred Selley, Mrs. Ruby PeanutPAGEeanut Butter 24 55c SMOKED HAMS Ib. .

ing to own. Will you ride on four soft trail springs, one .In which gears still shift In Johns, Mrs. L. D. Vining Mrs. C. oz. _
-' r
Now why "assume" anything as Important as I In Bulck I -or on only I two Will' the .normal driving? A.Mrs.! Knight Martha, Mrs.Smith E. L.and Matthew Mrs. W. ANN PAGE Pure "ALL-GOOD""NoTl-Fancy'

to your happiness as a new drive be through sealed torque-tube H. Sowell. Grape Jelly, Ib. 21c SLICED
car? that keeps tie rear wheel assembly Ics, sharpen your pencil-and there BACON lb. _

firmly aligned ? It is in a Buick. you will be, In a Buick. -- ANN: PAGE Pure :2 Ib. "SUPER ,
Why not see for delivered -

prices'I I'lInow closehow I u I c Ie Do you get soft, low.pressure tires Whether it's a SPECIAL, a SUPER or Cherry Preserves_ :.- 61c

matches your own budget-how as part of the price-or as extras? a lordly ROADMASTER,you'll be drive # ANN PAGE r pt. GROUND BEEF Ib. -
Will you have bumper guards built Inft the big buy of its price class and p *
quently It Is priced under some cars Sandwich Spread 32ci'SUPERRIGIIT" IIeavy WesternAiP .
you may be considering I ? as part of the bumper, or a one-piece getting a rich bonus of driving com FL':.'

cast metal grille that can be costly fort,driving thrill and"fashion.first" Grade A BEEF CHUCK ROAST, Ib.: -_ -. .

Then-If there Is a particular car in to repair or replace It)IIn"! Fri., Sat., Oct13 &: 14 Peas, No 2 can 23c "Super-Right" Brisket Stew,}Ib..;
I _.
But you' have to make the first move AU'rnaU! green Wilson Pork Sausage Roll, Ib. -Jlj
YOU KfY to You are the one who has to find out.
GtfATU VAWI How about starting now-with a call Two Guvs From Lima Beans, No.2, 26c Rick dresser;J; 4l :''i-fry

on jour Buick dealer? .AAP Small Whole WHITING, lb. -

DELIVERED .Drnq.orAi..6e1"ndo.8oaernrtaR" TexasDorothy Green Beans, No. 2, 29c
LOCJI ..t ..."" ""'el u,...a..o.tenaurasandar *
...:'....-b4.ti Malone!, Penny Eresand 8s fi?
Edwards Dash Dog Food 2 for 27c
G.J U ,
P. z 2. i -

816.,11.1., ()r zDoor "GD.Not\5bow" ItxrJSrcvsa ,norm. rater ... Boss Boomtown ,I REt} 'BAR ,,Bouquet9c j1T1IfjJI_ ___. _

With Rod Cameron Palmolive, 2 for 17c APPLES, Red Delicious,Jbl l\\
&: Serial
ggifl 2322.00 >> Vet Lge.Pkg. APPLES Jonathan Slb.bag .:

,, and torol ro" ?4 lTu,III"Opllonol Sun., Mon. Toes., Oct. 13.17Wagonmaster Super, Suds, 'LgePkgo- 28c HONEYDEW, MELONS, _, ea. .o_

,, gat. aIna

It any, -::ul I"O"counIU"m.n, Prins "':dla! ":''o""IPp ttivhl.,,IhI" Y- 4.Door 41D 7 j Octag'Toilet Soap -6c GRAPEFRUIT, New Crop,. ea. H

adjoin I "oneo Ben Johnson, Joanne Dm, 1aVNDRi> soAP" .
Ane: prlc" .b\od I afk' Wand Bond ONIONS,Yellow, Med.Jb. j
there ,
Harry Ca"yAIId
oul "olleo. Octagon,, ,_ ._ :, 2 for 15c LETTUCE _
\ M Shorts, Cartoon New. ,Iceberg, head : ;. _.0-

,. _Octagon Cleanser:! 8c Who lb
"'" Tune ';HENRYiAYIGRs4 NavnryMonda.wma. "'r.!., Thur.., Oct. 18. 19 : POTATOES;New 10 _

=- -- :"" >'" '' ''''''' .,. ',, ....., ., Rinso, Lge. Pkg. 28c Red T7nfeESnb. o.
'I" "-- 1',;;, ....:.: "" 'I-..... ... .. StationVest\ BiisT"P : -

Dick Powell, Jane Orrrr Armours Canned -'leafs'
(; Green
\ f BuicK Company ANDFlying Tasty Treat 12og1cajl -I 5

Saucer HamTTJoz. tan -
f 225 Temple Ave. Phone 226 Starke Florida Chopped : i:
1lash '
Corned Beef .,
SUkot ConnKl, Pat Garrison -
y. tan
Also News it Short 300 EAST CA'LL STREET Vienna Sausage> I_oz. -'
La,;" '\'JII, : ?: '? '' WHBI being AUTOMOBOU AM BUIL1' 1UICX Pmt BULO THEM : ,"
l"l"'i. iyijaK irffirrffBrjgi V'r' q d. ""! ,, STARKE 12 W. canOCT
-- 4 FLORIDA Corned Deer
:....___:.==--_ : t


OCT 13 195 0


Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Godwin of various countries.. Refreshment ..a TelLiloyd ty Florida In Chancery, In that east Quarter (8R<4)) of the ills Hundred Sixty (880) feet
Townsend, Jr., whoa real- certain sell therein pendlnv, where Northwest Quarter NWH of of the Northwest Quarter'NWU
Palatka visited Mrs. Godwin' will be served following each dance and address la : Route 1, In Gulf Insurance Company, a Section Twenty-four ((14), Town- ( > of Section Twenty-
mother. Mrs Bertha Pearce over meeting. fox 18u. Lufkln, T."... corporation.; .e.el l I. plaintiff. and O MYllltama ship Five till Houth' Rena. four: (24) Township Five < 4)
You are hereby required to appearon \ Jr. and Marv Nell Williams I Twenty-two elll East; the Mouth flan Twenty-two <(2U
the weekend Counselors are: November It, I860 In the above his wife; l.clla I Mae Williams said Cast Fourteen. (tA) acres of ":a,,"
named Court and ."au... wherein Hammock and It. J. HAmmock. her the South Half (8H> of the all bulldlnc
Nice selection of boy's jack. Sunbeams: Mrs. Baker Mrs. Plaintiff seeks a dlvorc. and cue husband, HeWItt C Jones aa Administrator -' Southeast Quart..rol/ lt'4) of .f" r.rW; structures now an
ets sweaters & flannel shirts Dannby Mrs Gay, Miss "HelenHalnes. tody of the two minor children of the Estate of o. M Wllllama. the Northweat Quarter ( NWV,> said land;
4HE NEWS Lloyd Townsend 111 and Larry M,? deceased ; and United I of said Section Twenty-four the same being sold to aatlafy said
BPD available at STUMP'S. Townsend; temporary alimony I temporary States of America, and the unknown (1141. Townahlp Five 161 Houthlianva decree.Kperlal' .
support for children; permanent heirs devisees, aranteea, assignees.' Tw ntv-two (SS) East j Master A. J. Thomas, Jr.Vm. .
--- - .- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hardy and Junior G. A.: Mrs. Alma Outlaw, alimony and permanent. sup llenora., creilltora, trustees and other being also deacrlbed aa (he \ It. Deter, 402 rtulf Lit BulldInir -
1 family Miss Joan Tenly. port for two minor children; and claimant claiming. interests In the I Mist:" Nine Hundred ''Twenty.tour I Javkaonvllle" Florida.
and i 1i Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson spent Sunday with Mr attorney fees and Cult co.... The land hereinafter described b" (1424)>> feet ot (he tlouih Solicitor for I'lalntlff' 10|< St 11S|
]Dire. Roy Holm and! Hardy's mother !Mrs Charles I Junior R. A.: Mrs. H. A. Lawson Bradford County Telegraph shall through, under or against O M

and Springs will be family spent Sunday with MrsLawson's 'Hardy Sr In Gainesville. Billy Dodd, Jerry Lawson. publish this order In the next four William, 8r, deceased. are defendanta I _' -.. -
Sulphur I : *
of <4) weekly laauea.Wltneaa 1 helnaCaae No. 7IS7 .J'I.! theunderalaned J'7
eStueeta of Mr. and Mn. I parents Mr. and Mra Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wright of Pianist: Miss Lulta Lawson. my hand and official seal .' Ma Special Master ci'pninted -
/ Oren Welch In Dade City. at Starke. Florida, thla October tl In said decree, will offer for
High Springs were weekend guestsof Chorister: Mlsa Patsy Benton IStfiO sale and at public outcry to
Lawton HeavenThin
llla tllto' Hell Is Like
50 Xmas (> l. J. Thomas the highest, bidder or ltlden "Why
i T J- Griffin re- I ar< Imprinted with Mr. and Mrs. Foster Slit Smith. Young People's Director: Mrs.I' (OFFICIAL Clerk tEAL)ot A.Circuit Court for caah during the. legal hotiraof .

I oom"a t Saturday from your name $1 Hollywood Photo New shipment boys corduroy Clyde Priest.GRAHAM. Hv Haven (Crosby Peputy Clerk sale. tc.-wlt: between, eleven o'
the i graphrrs & Jewelers. tf II .n. Iiatei, Attorney for Plaintiff clock 'In the forenoon and two o'cluck -- In a sermon that you cannot afford to ml....
111 where they spent pants just arrived\ atSTUMP'S. Ualneavllle, Florida 101)| 4t llS| In the afternoon, 'In front of
'"It and Mrs. C. C. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland droveto : the south front dour of the Bradford Hear the Bible answer.
d Dr I, Pensacola I NOT Ie..] County Court Houae In the Cllv of

Mr Griffin who haaunder Sunday to visit their I ot n :In'r::; rn ot the Hoard Htarke,, In said llradford CountyFlorida ; of; Nite 7'30: P.M.
m observation while son-in-law and daughter Mr. ant' (' '' of llrad.ford on Monday the 6th day Sunday
Deal Home Scene County, Florida, held October November IIIKO, the aame being a
4 much Improved. Mrs Dwight Marshall Mrs. By 1'11'10. John McKlnny 2, A P. 1C BO the following manager :legal aalra day.ni."I.t., Court themortirna
II very Marshall and daughter, Sandra Of Class PartyThe were aelocted for the various pre | ed brut 1 In First Baptist Church, Hampton
was an over- clncta of the County to hold the said final decree, "...wlt: That certain '-
ge H. Bunch Kay returned to Staike with her Heneral Election November T, A. D. piece, parcel' or tract of landaltuate Hob Gray. Pastor :
ot Mr and Mrs. Guy parents to spend the week. Evelyn Deal Class of the Mrs. Leon Ellington of Starke Ivln* .and being In the. Coun- I
guest while enroute First spent Monday with her parents, m0-precl..e. *". 1 t.awteyFonm tv of Ilradford and State of FKiri-\-
t, 0111 Sunday .Mrs. E. K Peryman and Mrs. Methodist Church met at the (Irlffla, Clerk; Ktlil liurhan, des. known and deaorlhed aa: Bible School 10 a.m.-II.T.U. 6:30 p.m. M
atesville, N. C..' to his. I. N. Breazeale, members of the home of the teacher. Mrs. Herbert Mr. and Mrs. O. W Rivers. r>. Ii Thomas and W 15. Covlnston Southwest Q..I.V'4'. of

.n Haines City. .Starke Musicale. "attended the Deal Tuesday' night for the Mrs. John Surrency is on the lnepeelnrs Prrrlnrt' >.. :S North. .arfce Section tbe Northeast Twelitvfour' quarter((24),SE'Township : Nursery open at all services I

: luncheon meeting of the Suwan- monthly board meeting: The sick list this week"e wish hera If. t,. Norman' Clerk\ ; If. M Nor- Five (HI foiith, flange.
Brand shoes for men speedy recovery. ninn, T Ij. Wllllama.. George II.Klynn. Twenty-two (22) Rust and 'the .
name of the class
nee District of the Florida Federation was changed in Hodman Underbill! and Mra.Thelina Fast Fourteen ( it) acres of the -, '- .'
: : .
.: : .
I I ;. : :.: 1'l. c -
children STUMP'S of Music Clubs last September to honor Mrs. Deal on I Mrs. Leo Dyal of Brooker was V. Thomas, Inapectora.lrrclnet South Half (H>i > ot the HoiitlK I
ae Fridayat %... II Cacti "KtarkejK i

l at the Thomas Hotel In Gaines. II her birthday September 18. the Monday Ratllff.guest of her sister :. W. I hives( clerk Arthur I H. M It. Me Mcltna line,, 11.- _.:::. __ .-_ ___ : ::: ____- :=-:_'- .-- "'. ___=-___ -. -----. -:: ':--' ". : ..: _" =?=- -. -- -;.' --=-- ::.. 'iY
Charlene Palmas and ville. Officers were elected for the new I Mrs. Irene I tasty Inspectors.r1rlttl. and 3 1

,, of St. Augus- "Teentimer1* dresses, as ad. '' year as follows: Miss Pat Lambe, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Farber and Prerlart !>... 4 (irahamft. I
Mlehele I Ilion I
:et rot Sunday with Mr. and ,, vertised In Seventeen, just arrived president; Miss Garnlto Hutto, Paul and Mrs. Mary Farber,' John. J. McKlnney tmvla' Clerk' and; J Ed C. Tarrlah Moody,, 120.N. MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE Starke*

; Ritch, at STUMP'S. vice president; Miss Sharon Hall all of Herklmer, N. Y., are guests lnap, .ctora. .. Florida
C 1..1. No. S )lsmptoen.
: secretary-treasurer; Miss Oleeta of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Farber. T<. Brown {'I..rkV.. ; H. llrlffln, sfI
Green membership chairman. Mrs. Milliard Broughton of K.: I H Allen and K (I. W tteraon, GUARANTEED REPAIRS
.1 .
Inspect* ,
Plans were made for a membership Gainesville was the weekend guest I'rerlni-t to.; n TliereaaaAlbert ,

I drive and a covered-dish supper of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton. Sullivan' Clerk Clyde Her- I\.
acv, n .T. phllllpa and Richard WatchesVatt'h Bands Clocks Jewelry Pens Llghtera
eY to be given Thursday night, Mr and Mrs. R. Starling are the Illnonn Inaepctora. I _

Oct. 26 at 7:30 o'clock In the proud parents of a son born Oct ......1..... Nn. f Mew Hirer
Is Just Like To Mel"Ray t
Y ned recreation hall of the church. Committees 3. Iv, Frank K Tomllnaon anil JohnleIt.
Dedicated To Community Service were appointed by the' The Rev. Claude May filled his I. Crews Inapectora.Precenrt ._. Marlin
"Movies Are Better Than Ever' Xo H
president to arrange for this af first appointment at the Christian TL Harrell. Clerk. : n. 1'). Helen ,

: Church here Sunday ne has been Inapectora.TKrneat. Edwards and X. O. Hayes, .-. =-_, __--__'iO'S:- .;-:::: ---.-.- --'.---=:=:' _: .:.-==" =:.::-=""= -_'::::: ::.=,::.=:: --_='=":-
lurday, Oct. 14 ONLY Tues. & Wed., Oct. 17 & 18 the business meeting called as pastor of the church for M. O. HAnHTCL f fII

Chairman Hoard nf County C'omnilaalimera -
UBLE FEATURE television wag enjoyed and delicious one year. .. ..
I t r. prt t. t. he wN1tl refreshments were served. Jimmy Starling and M. Starling of ftradford County.It inia| '. :,: '. : .- .. .. '. :.' -. ;"::;: ./ ;. h"" ";''' I
NIi WTUH t HBUI Ml IsTTDG! ITIS Av reasstn
In business list
were Miami on :
SMILEY In rirrHlt, Court. tlradrord County, YOU SAVE AT DENM ARK'S !
STARRETT BURNEITE Miss Gloria NormanIs week. Khirlilai, lei C linNeery.Anna .
\s Miller Wnaaerman. Plnlntlff,
Mrs. Albert Willis and son.
va Max Waaeormnn. Tiefendnnt. Enjoy While You Pay Use Our Budget Plan..
Complimented George were visiting their son and ('11M.. No Hold

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Order of Publication: I a'1'(1'MP Flsiltln'lii'hint I FREE DELIVERY VISIT US -
Mrs. T. C. Crawford and MrsMlchaef Victor Willis, in Wllllston Sunday.Mr. \V'naHernnn. n-lioHe. rewldencean .

J I'I's Gilhooley entertained at ndilreaa fa rrnknoun*
i and Mrs. John McKlnny an l
You to on
are required appear
I the home of the former Thursday children were dinner guests Sunday November .th, mno, In the above Tart Wool, Excellent Wearing, QualityBlankets >{

UtM F5D V. evening of last week with a miscellaneous of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Colsonin named| Court seeks. and d'vorciHrn' cause, thereinrlnlnlff ,'-,rflC ;e+lt.t :\'

-AND- T1lEI i, shower honoring Mia! Starke.In inintv' Telegraph ahall publish
P 1 Gloria Norman, .whose marriage to this; Order :In next four weekly. : laauea Double :

I / Lonnie Crawford Jr., was an event Circuit Court llrailroril. Cvnntr.Khirlilm Wltneaa mv hnnd and r.mrlnl peal
talsw.Cruet of Sunday. lit Chaarerr.Cloyce ar aiarke' Klorliln, tllla October lilt
rL Olivia Hul.hnrd Wicks, 1010. ''t. t
I I M LN [ Marwwarn al I Fall flowers were used in decorating ftb..t.la Theodora Roosevelt (ClJ1'FC'IAr. PRAT.l A. J Thomas. ; w Double Thickness & Double Size
.. Wicks, ; C'uaa No. Slot A. Clerk rf sell' "Court
> .seWmh. utcoums
eau aan[ for this home for .
the home Order ..r l tihll<-atl..n "...1 melee '1'. ,
Will* fat e.SctM.ft*IIM* IMMM j Iv llnven CroNhv. Deputy Clerk
Craw ftf UOVO IMM rro/.*to NIMH Hell this delightful occasion. ,,,........ N I-11 H, nt tiomitt TO. T. Frank Ijandrum, Starke FlorldAttys J
Theodore Ro..ltVlck.., whose fef.rte' a Buy On 50 ITftO
severalgames for rif. 1016| 4t 10I7MtTICM |!
I I During the evening residence In Unknown: Our nudg..1 6 WhileVo ,
+ Also Latest News Music Short were played. In the "jumbl Ton are required to appear on 1
November 19th. 1950, In the above Plan Pay
SEKI.\L-Chap. 1 "James ed .word" contest Mrs. Margaret named Court anti cause, wherein. T'Thl Whom, l 1M In Tilev cnrllfv Cyncorn lhil 1 b: "".. filed
of Mo." Also Cartoon i! Lewis was the winner and was plaintiff! seeks divorce and. mv Finn! Returns in Admlnliilrator
oration of maiden mime I
of the Kittate of Paul J leu net t de.
Thurs. presented with a whatnot. ,""u"ntyr..lpM'rnlh shell publlHh. this i...a*. .il. nnd will on the 7th day ofNmitniher
Fri., Oct. 19 & 20 the the 4?: larder In neat four weekly laauea.Wltneaa = 11. Per..
& Mon., Oct. 15 & 16 ,i Following games I seal 11IISO apply to K.
niv hand and official Counts. for Final
guests were Inlvited Into the dining I it Starke, Florida, this October llth [ PI r""n." linrKA aa aald Administrator of
tF( where refreshments were' lonn I954 K lid, QUICK IIKATt -
c.oioi TECHNICOLOr room
([OFFICIAL <'i4'k A. .T. ThomaaA estateW, Tt Parka Platform Rocker i- 4J
served. : nf said Court.fly I Aa AdmlnlMtratnt- the 2-Burner '
Haven Crosby J>.puty del k Kxtale nf I'anl .nn.tt
I Miss Norman received many
l' 9r a 11l fier' 10)13) 4t 1I3| idle' 4t loll
i ( useful gifts. _____ .
I .In 1'he Clrrnlt Court Of Florida.Mahth >OIHKOI' <' ,,i'el Ill. M t NT MICKH Oil Heaters
.tnilli-lnl tlrpult. In and l<'urllrndfurd \ l.hlN'tntCK
MissVaid Honoree : nnntr.. In I "..........,.. = IK .hereby give. that tinfl I
"or'" thv r.nutM' .I.own..n.t. rlalntlfr. .*r .)nd hi v'rrne. of hit, c rtilln I
At ShowerA m. Lloyd Townsend Jr? Defendant. final d.>..vr..e uf forecitaure. and sale WITH
Lingerie lworce mnd< and ..iitt>rnil on the SKlh Acv
'I null>.., OF PCnIIr '1'1OY nf H. '".'", h.., A l n. 1RCO. In the Cook ,L
lingerie shower was given .iii .1.... lame: of Ihn elate O( Flort- ult Court In nod! lorltndford .ctr-I i I Top

I Tuesday afternoon complimentingMiss 20,000 HTir. 9 gal. Ipakproff .

Mary Ella Ward bride-elect Quality Better metal lank. Easy >|M>IIP<] hinged P' '' Ii
+N IV h//,0111 The affair was HAUL MARK GREETING
of October 20th. CARDS tip-e .
top Culver. Hpwds up heat clrriilatlon 4 ,
'TWISE! CASEY ROBINSON given by Mrs Alton Dobbs and I Ifrs. PHOTO FINISHING WATCH SiJCWCLRV Yon' e.| e.*t to pay ntnch more
24 NR ecnvicc: : InrreaatMi efficiency. :
RING Joseph Cotton, :\\ Leroy Lovell in the home of neanllrnll nmrortablel DHrahlelKellln 'i'
RtPAIRINaWnlches: Vou Hill like thin heater. r r I
Darnell, Cornel Wilde, the former on Lafayette Street. Cameras : ; .l scowled (...1...... .1 _

handler In the dining room, the refresh- I ; ; real buy and a real ..h.... Makeynuv i
Film "Littlo1'C'h'r" Short &
ten News & "Want To mi'nt table was overlaid with a lace tN5 -- roiiiM lieautlful. .
"l'lou"1"1'1": ('artnonINSURANCE cloth. The centerpiece was of Irytl .
(h Quick?" Short AOVERTICINaPHOTOQRAPHy' HA HF H' = 3 295
pink and blue flowers in a crystal p/QI0//

: 2:1.15: ,

; During the afternoon game Wedding & ,
I and prizes were awarded lOIS W. CALL ST. PHONE: *es DiamondsWCDOIN9
were played "o CARD
wry Branch of to Mrs. James Deaver ,. TOT STARKE FLORIDA ; -SITS I

f Mrs. Luther Powell and Mrs. Bessie -
j Our Reputation Your Guarantee of Satisfaction

MissVard was presented with .J. H. Kullington I>. D. Allred ) Denmark Furniture Co.

many lovely gifts from the as PHOTOORAPHIR" JCWCLIR \

scmbled guests and her hostesses
In servIng __________ ----- r
C.C WALL AGENCYPLEASE Assisting the hostesses ;
their 21 guests were Mrs. Fred

Halslop Mrs. Don McChome and ,

_ Constant PHONE Service 146 Over 50 Years PTA Mlsss Lucille Members Alvarez. Hear THE BIGGEST NEWS IN MOTOR: CARS. IS STILL

Sanitarian Speak I .

-I "Analyzing and Maintaining '
Good Health" was the program .r

____ _.__ __u__ __ _j;, topic or rueeaay n-.IK-.HID...- .-..-:<_:tin g r

1 the Starke Parent-Teacher As- OLDSMOBILE'S "HOCKET"I!
MOVING A HAUtlNO of any kind. lof I
., the school cafeterla. -
NUnn .".1. See Hilly Jackson, Jackson Truna 1 soclatlon held In t

s I"+mos Irrtrle:" ROSES far Co.-,g-uaranteecl Ph. US or 49V.to live_and tl t 'i l Jack. Trawlck county sanitarIan )

I i.k,. _MKI"A"I'nf: All M..I. bloom. A A KM Wlnnert from thouth'a was the guest speaker and

II'! '""*,'". ......t.ed"i',1' roaea largest Write growers now for of new patented fill- | exhibited a film showing: modern

"HFPHBHIi color, free "a tRIo.. TY-TF.X I health problems. Following the _.
A,1t.oa, K<...... tPb. 230) Nt'R F.RltS.: VOX 633: TYLt.ilTEXArt. discussed the :

situation In Bradford County 1tJ/lJfl1IA1f1JliHlr.6IIPI"---!
ate health
Iell.PIII Iv L'.En. R.'O'O. Wmarket price: ANo lotsrtoo large', I being hook !
.'oItAPrn. t ; the chief problem ....III/lIII 1II lOWESTrUCCOROCKET
rthLEs.; Lanr.ae.Mt We have plentyof the ,
'RLEa none to email I worms. He stated that on JIIiIlI1II'ii- ,
SHEPHERD:! FR11TILIZKR; with borax
e Iodloon line ot' Bradford is very healthful RTOAA-tune
8ta., UtarKeI :! an.' a have I I whole
Inaertlrldea. We nardnnaeed chief problem being
the '
,. county,
'L n. of all kinds; peed l oats, rye.Sweet C4RIOUtmJUU
rni I desk the
model that
type. etc H stated
:.3 Inch and hitter lupine hookworms. He ,
t rrlaae. A-l con 10'37IJJDIfA '
Up In
115 L. trownlee. school cafeterias and workers
4t dfordTCountyRTel.gdh
Bra OESl.ISF FORMORA AkAweRrooted,115 this county rank with the highest

: ::: to" 7tinchesr10.1 In the state. .
bnlwork.! women for Oem- for $760. 15 plants for 13.00. S The meelng was opened with a
rnian nt. Good I
., 'ne"
1..711 l a <
n. to 10 Inch plants ; Rev. B. E. Simmonsof
i-r"ary Write 80S 191 mate ttftft devotional by
Ihn. ., (ellltt-Jnponlraa 2i: .
4tp 10-2d cent each PI."F.T: >!':fl' A.ZoT.F.A I St. Mark's Episcopal Church.
0 OAHOESti & NtnSEI\Y.
Knrleton. Fla.
.t. gun like new. .
w'rk cuaranleed: AuxiliaryThe
n eL huy any dlacariled rm'sapsrtmen'' hnlehed.rCinsap
A. Fowler, houae. .
nun. .
hIs 42, Brookerriuernaer to, Pfl.al.tnrer; monthly meeting of the a

2tp lady .., Auxiliary
rhurrtva Anna" !fI -I J'V il"i' Jones-Langfordte
Pr Batate Rrnker Box 3K'J held Tuesday
aALEI' A FU. Post. 56\ will be
I k. Earl Rattan, tone I Oct. 7, at 8 o'clock at the
) evening.
Starks hath-
on Rt. inn FOR 8Ar.lS-4.bedrnomhi.ni.: All members art
tfraCTrn rooms, new roof, AU'R.UV" large i Legion home.
: Uwn. :lira. O. 8, Janjea. Box ItpfRUCK asked to attend and bring
win FI"
mar. Height"/
r the meeting.Missionary .
't Information con materials to

_.. l lnrAFVsre. .t St.t. 1 LOST: Two long flohlnll' poles Kln..I"y Oct,
itRxT between Starke & Ilr1r-M*lt IMf
2-'m. .t.R f lake "Ulpped with IIn".. honkScorks. ... Group aeMaMl ef aacre oriels w.Mta A OB4MAL MOTOKS VA1UIOlilamoliile'c .
? apartment. .
'.Ate, & .pl'Tat refrigerator' bath N.Ras... Or......',.. 'Klnt1l.vllThtkr' _111'' I For Children "Rocket" started Ir revolution/ In Automotive engine! Dulls from

eo";" Ato', !'" on'yMrs.' FOR SALE: 1'*-ton long. abe crankshaft out for high-ml'rlfl8loD action, the "noe Lea" in designed to
W Madlaon St. wheelbase, food Urea.: ".wr''" "!"- I A newly organized children's R 0 C K E T" ENGINE PLUS L N Y DR A MAT I Ie

Up tery generator, f'"5'lvio|'" meeting Is beIng heldIn perform at iu brilliant peak with p lItInt.J.y .!And peak performance a
cTrp.' frontrm.. a- body motor., 1 Runs 1S frame a-ood, 1\ran 4 "..r.Ake......n the First Baptist Church every ." .EXCLUSIVE I WITH I OLDSMOBILE I !r e r "Ror Let 88" Oldsmobile I J. truly outstanding! Thin U the loumt-prlcrj car with

""''klii A .f heat.ene
Ji AIJkI I .mall apart. bathscreened after school. All children from 1Iua silken amoothneeel! See U8 tojjjr and drive. the sensational "Rocket 88t

? .1.t ."R.At. hn.. Sr. 1st 1 t'r APT. FOR porch.RESIrm.'urn.7Simodern ..**.heatnrlvedbathnlMrx all., four through 12 years of age are

r .had convenlencea. / Invited to attend. SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILI I DEALER l;
*-" bedroom Include flannel. .
121 Wal..ut
.owerli. "
|.m T ., In.: Tf Olaon 1rn The programs fJ
; 141APhoa.if-Key. __ graph Bible and missionary
L/1 burno" g,,tslcondition handiwork from "Our TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY
ftp 11)110 FOR IIA I.P:: N."o ell burners will. stories; card-
1 giant 114. World Series, built up
4 .h d om hon._. forM heat S rooms .nml"rt.bl"with upholstered and depleting: the peoples Court & Call St
...waer all mt>". ALSO 1-po. wickert, ,, 'h k I board and scenery of Phone 111 *. Starke, Florida
""re lawn.'if animals
cnahlonf 4
.| '''rlht>u... In. .".,...* .....nnl' '*. )1' dh.IV 10'20' customs
II' 0' Ph. 111. 11 Eo 'th fit.. PM 'S,


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I OCT 13 1950



By Mr*. J. L. Strickland
J I .
' J
; A. T Carter an insurance rep 1
' resentative in this section, was unable
j to make his calls! last wee{
duo to illness.! We understandthat
he will have to undergo a
serious operation. We wish him
a speedy recovery.We .
$ are glad that Daisy Lang Is ,
home again after two months
absence due to broken ribs. She
was able to attend church at Long
Branch Sunday and everyone was

week glad Richard to to see visit Lang her.relatives went!to and Lutz attendto last 12 8:00

business. Thursday October ay : 1 1BHS

Mr. and Mrs. Jones from Hickory
Grpvo attended services! at ,
Long Branch ast Sunday. Mr.
Jones is clerk of the Black Creek
Baptist Assn., and Is! also with
the State Board. He just recently
learned of the Mission Station here
at our place and is to come to our TORNADOES P. K. YONG
Sunday School before long to as-
Slat us and also to ire Just what Vs.
we are doing. Our Sunday SchoolIs
small, but we haven't room for
a large congregation. We too needa
church building and are hopingand
praying that it will not be too
long until we have one adequateto BRADFORD PARK
take care of our congregation.On .
'Monday Oct. 2, 23 women .
came to Long Branch and finished
cleaning the cemetery. All were
well pleased with the excellent .. tfiiKE gr urciigMaw STUDENTS75c
Job they did. Geneva Smith trim- ADULTS u
med shrubbery while the others
hoed and raked. These people preferred 1950 SCHEDULE
to do their work free of 75c
charge and put the money in the
building fund. Dora Byrd says! she
la not satisfied with what she bas "'''
done, and Intends to go back Sat- SEPTEMBER 22 WHJJSTON-0 BHS-- 2 ?' ?i '{ '
urday and help "tote blocks" for .
the church walls. If others were "
as enthusiastic as Dora is, we -
would. soon be in our new church. -
The Junior class of the Baldwin
School has been having a magazine '. r
rally and Lorene Fields says OCTOBER 6 PALATKA14 BHS -- 6
that her .sales so far total 30( ,23.:


Get your office .,iipplle from
the Bradford County Telegraph- OCTOBER 20 ALACBUA THERE
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Everything. for the office!

T nr1irlh! ... 5 OCTOBER 27 OPEN
lllrlrry ...
666 - -
C; W S



For Prompt FREE Removalof

Dead Crippled,&Worth. NOVEMBER 22 GREEN.COVE HERE
-. -
less Cattle, Horses, Mules, .
& Hogs .
Hamilton, Ead
Call 132, StarkeWE Tommy
Carl Johns, FB

Florida Renderers,

INC. srt. .l, .. el 1". ....... Issn." ., ssae "

......,- Compliments of Best Wishes Team! Onward,Tornadoes! Compliments of


See the Tornadoes beat: but eat Lawxm's meat The home of good entertainment C.S.301 at Road 100 General Supplies
... ,," -, p -.. .
PHARMACISTS r.. l rEal Ials" .., ssasl uES.w ,

See you at Bradford Park tonight Come on out and boost our team Best wishes to the team Bring home the bacon, boys!


Est. 1894 J. F. JTaudon Starke, Florida Starke Florida
.. ...
." p I .-

Best wishes of Electric Service & Supply It's a pleasure to back the Tornadoes Mow em down, Tornadoes

L Florida Bank at Starke J. R. KITE;OWNER GUIDON GRILL C. H. Driggers1lember
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Member Florida National Group Let's Support the Tornadoes .. George I Kopelousos" Furniture Company -

1 I I IT ,
,, p v I '" p v.. II -
ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE Let's go Tornadoes! Closed tonight.-we've gone to the game! Go Get 'Em:Tornadoes A good team like the Tornadoes

PHONE CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE ANDREWS MOTOR CO. Starke Builders Supplies deserves your support

The Rexall Store Carl Johns BAR K S D A L E'S
Day 64 Night -.A p Phone" 118,Starke '" I -

'v .-
to cheer our boys to ;: arnadoith
De present tonight
Support the your presenceL. Everybody out for tonight's game! GEM JEWELRY
.wW victory
B. Alvarez Service Station DOWLING AUTO SALES Ed Simpson
Farm Home&Auto Supply
t/ Temple*tau Streets Seaboard Railroad Watch Inspector
I.. or, ... .. -
rams sass ...rte.1 si.n ,ls r..D.g.. v. Irtsatss t.. s .-

We're behind you,Tornadoes! You'll arrive safe at the game with 4 Compliments of Best wishes from


J Sales A Service J. P. Robert Motor We'll meet you at the game! Good luck Tornadoes
,, '
.. -
sl ,Ease ,, t.e mss stirCompliments _
". ., I ..
Compliments ofFlorida
S. R. Johns Grocery GUY ANDREWSStarke's
Power'& Light CoVe're
\ Tornado fans! Leading Motor Court proud to be Tornado boosters.
A e_ _
Policy *o '" -
.saes .sate, r..i a .

p I -
fit yoiur'Personal Best of luck from Compliments from Compliments of '
Let's fill the stands for tonight's game.

Charley E. Johns General Insurance AH kinds of Insurance i*" : 'Tood as famous. Its name/ WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
I _
Agency : rsie e ...a. '' -

...__mln_THE TRAVEJ.EH Hartford


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OCT 13 1956sunns v vAaffi


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Baptist ChurchA !. rirralf C...<. Radial C..tF.Vlerl".1 U HI Newcomb 8t...., 8.S3., ,Waahlnstoo -
i In Tn. Circuit Fl.eldtlCklaa I. Ckaaewr. D.C.t
i : Court Of
Judicial ("I..... In And ..... Jessie Rogers Plaintiff, vs. BertH. you alrd.are. required H50; In the to appear above on named October SERVICE
friendly welcome will be received B...,..* Duty In CfcuunrriJame Roa-er. Defendant. Case No. 1017 and cauae, wherein plaintiff y\\RE\ ,STORE'
by all who worship at any Stafford Shanda, II, Plaintiff Order ..C Pvkllettf A'.J Notice TaAseee. i eke divorce. Bradford County
STATK! OK VLOK1UA IIftert this OrderIn
Telegraph 'ahall publish PHONE 189
of the regular services at the First I v.. Gls.ly. H. Shand... Defendant H. Jto ..r., whose addreaa la next four weekly \laauea.Wltneaa .
I4JL Baptist Church of Starke. : DIVORCIO unknown and whose la.t known my hand. .and official seal Roads 100 & 200
NOTION TO APPRAR add rea. was. Miami Florida: at Starke, Florida this September State
This Sunday morning at eleven I* TUB N... 01 '..... .la<. Of Kl.rl.a You are required to appear on 19th 1950.OFFICIAL STARKE FLORIDA
the pastor's message will be "Sell- 'I'.. October 80th into. In the above ( As !:Clark A. :ald Court ,
/ kAark's named. Court and cause, wherein of
I : Give-Have." Uladva: B. Bhanda. a mm-realclent ol Bradford OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M.
magnifying the experiences the "State of Florida. but who I* aresident plaintiff: seeks divorce. By Haven Crosby, Deputyleek
of the faithful steward. of Washington. District. of County Telegraph shall publish this 9125 l 10113 .
Episcopal Christian ChurchThe The choir directed by Mrs. Lucile Columbia.22nd Street,U 8.A., realdln/ .at ISIS, O Witness. next hand four.J ufflcl.llseal. In ClrenN Court: -nradfvrd' County, '
Green will D.C. Norlheaatoihlncton" at "Htarke Forlda. this September Plorldni In Ce.eu.ery.Hobert Pure Tires Tube Batteries
bring special music list 1950. Bruce Tudor Plaintiff, va. ,
L Sunday at St. Mark' Rev. Homer Swindall,, with Mrs Mona Canova at the It Is hereby ordered that. you are (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. saul Curt Rita Mine Ilanault Tudor, Defends
required to appear on the 6th day of Aa Clerk. of : ant. Case No. kola And Accessories
J Church, according to the minister of the First Christian Hammond.At November A.It. mo, bvfor th. above By Haven Crosby Deputy ClerkH. Order ., Pnkllenllon And X. lre T.rl'lIn'.t *
entitled Court In said cause. ; O. Stark! Florida. KI.OMIUA TOl ,,..
B. D., Vicar,, Church of Starke ("The Friendly seven thirty the congrega Brown : : ::I'
; Simmons, required by law Complaint' All)'.. for 9128 4t 10UO Tudor,
tn'.h. Mar.
at Church") this week extends I tlon will Join in the singing of requested Jed against you vhouM you realdono and address la: 85(11( Let SIL-I-KLEEN
beginning a cordial car
iclmrch school til us your
hymns and choruses your appearance on said dale lei rirev.lt Ctmrt.: Bradford CeemtrKlorldal Dam D*
led by with the Clerk of the Circuit Court MontreealnProvince of Quebec, Can-
Invitation to l 1'ka rery
I with classes for all ageaIIfOUgh unchurched per. the playing of the piano-organ du'of at the Court Hoime at Htarke. ...1... Lora Frankel, Plaintiff. ".. Allen oboe. by the new Silicone process The new
junior high, and sons to worship at any or all I Mrs. W. R. Morse and Mrs. E. C. you .are than h..rebordu..d: .and required Frankel, Defendant Caae Nn. 808B You are required to appear on October way to lasting car beauty. $ fvCorrosion l
\ to nerve a copy of your Answer Order of Pvklln con- services of the church. Mann. The girls' chorus will sing to the Complaint for divorceaa WTATH OF FI.ORIIIA TOl and cauae, wherein plaintiff 0 WATERPROOF 0 Resistant t
prayer and sermon directed may bo filed In thin cause. by you Allen. Frankel, whose residence and seeks divorce Bradford County
lay leader, The schedule of services as an- by Mrs. Thelma Dlnkln upon Barton T. Douglas, Plntnt Iff'.' address la 15 Central Park West Telegraph. shall publlah this OrderIn
|M Mack< Futch. nounced by the minister Is with Miss Julia Lawson, pianist Solicitor In the .above entitled cauaeand New York City New York: next four weekly laauea.
aa Court, whose October hand and official peal
o'clock.rurther address la loa You are required to appear on Witness my
dog at 11 follows: Rev L. D. Haines' message for thevening North Main Street Omnei-vlHe. Florjrta. Kith. 1BSO, In the above named at Starke, Florida. this h.ptemberlist
the schedule service will be "I'm on or before the 7th day of Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks 1950.
B Sunday 10 A. M.: Bible school November, A.r USO: and In the divorce. Bradford County OFFICIAL: A. std: Court
it St. Mark's will be aj classes' for all Sorry, a message of repentance. vent tf failure. to file an Appearance Telegraph .. .. this OrderIn I of
eel said: ages. Sunday school begin at 9:45: : A. or an Answer .. required herein next four weekly. laaue Bv Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Mr. Simmons Sunday, 11 A.. M. Morning and In default. thereof reaper- Witness my hand and official. seal. ; T. Frank I.andruin, Btarke. Florida I
L every Sunday atin. M. under the supervision of E. C.: tlvely, a Decree pro Confeaao will at Btarke., Florida, thla September Attya, for 1-lf. 'I3 4t 10113
triiool worship. Lord's Supper at 11:15. Mann Jr., be entered B ..lnMI you for eitherof 9th. 1950. -
Morning message topic Is "Sins of staff of more superintendent than 80 officers, and and i a Appenranoe such failure andlor by you to file forthe an (OFFICIALAcSC1 rk of A. saidThorns.. Klorldal In Circuit In Court t....,.Hrudferd..,.. Ceu
I prayer and sermon Omission." teachers. Training unions directed relief' demanded nlnA j.rt-o By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk J. B.) Hoae, Plaintiff, va. Beryl, IOU T.
Case No
of plaint 8I" Florida Rose Defendant.
Frank Ijindrum
rei and fourth o'clock. Holy Sunday, 6:30: P. M.: Christian by J. T. Lawson gather at 6:1 That the nature of the milt .ai lu .. for IMf. 91115 4t 10i| Order.( Pnblleatlen HTATH." And KI.OKII. "M,..lc.TOlDeryl TnAppear. economy of management makeup i iI
all at 11 fourth Endeavor led by Cecil Douglas. P. M. for training fellowship and Plaintiff filed I"I for dfieka a..divorce divorce, wherein the !. Circuit (...a.t. II rail ford Co.. 7.florldal .I T. hose, .but lace of realdene I
on at l9 a. m. every at T:15 for great united serviceIn a from. you In ClmBieery, I is unknown l Is believedand a primary quality of our Service
Sunday 7:30: P. M.?: Evangelistic a the Defendant, Gladys p. Bhandn. Ethel Maude. Leeds Plaintiff, vs.Charlei allelted to b* peryl 1 T. HOB* clo
at service. Minister's subject: "The the sanctuary. "A Vlnrulo the above Matrlmonir.That entitled. Payne was. 12.: Leeds, be/endant. Oscar T. Tompkins. Fltapatrlck.of AlabamatYou Au l. which la dedicated to the affairs and ,
[communion and sermon Master" Mid-week service is held regu Instituted In the Klithth Judicial Olr. Case No. 5091Order lock County State to on Ootober -
second Sunday. cult. In and for Bradford. County, InChancery ef Publication And Notice T. are required above namedeke needs ot bereavement.
at In the
every Wednesday 7:30: P. M.: Mid. larly 7:3,0: Wednesday built around nt Starke, Florida and Appear ""'.\TN OV Kl.OlllOA TO. lard and, 1950 wherein plaintiff
church Is open daily tot Bible-centered aplrlt-nlle that the title of the cane la lames. Charles K. Leeds, whose residence. ,. divorce.cauae Bradford, C".nIYT.I..orr.'h
week prayer service. Held with Stafford Hhitnda. II. Plaintiff./ v.,. and address la: 84 South South! Carolina this OrderIn
shall publish
[ud meditation. the Bible Training Class. messages by the pastor. Gladys B. Shands Defendant.It Clt Avenue', New, Jersey Apartment 207, Atlantic next four weakly leanee.Wltnea .
) sealat
and offlolal
Oct. 19 la4 further ordered that. this You are required to appear *n Ontober m* hand
Thursday ,: Cottage this September
Methodist Church Notice to Appear andlor Order hall 3oth, 1960, In the above namedCourt Starke.. Florida, DeWITT C. JONESPhone '
prayer meeting in church parson be published once each week fol and cause, wherein plaintiff. 91st 1950.OFFICIAL SEAL!: ) A. J. Thomaat .
four (41 rnnaecutlve week In the seeks divorce. Bradford Co..nlYT..I..ra..h ( A.'Ierk of said CourtBy
PHONE 218 age. Dr. Shuler Peele, superintendent Bradford County Telegraph newa- shall publlah .this. OrderIn Haven Crosby, next four weekly laauea.'WltneHa Ptet'.IX: _
of the Gainesville district of the paper Florida published and that In said Hratlfnrd I ,,Count;; I mv hand. and official aeal. It. T. Pook. Attorney HunVJrVnrWftf. '
LONIAILORIST Florida Methodist conference will of a a-eneml circulation and pub at Mtarka,. Florida, thla Septambec211th. itch A>, IIU! 4t 10111 Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
tinned In said. County and mate.Wltnena I960.OFFICIAL
be the guest speaker in the First SEAL J ThnmaiA
) A.
my hnnd and official seal. ( Clerk or said Court local funeral home enables urn to offer convenience and
WELDING Methodist Church of Starke at of said Court.
thlll 5th dnv of Octo. Clerk
( I the eleven o'clock worship service her, A D. I960 at my office In the I T.By Frank Haven Landruin Crosby. Starke Deputy, FloridaAttya. bier services not otherwise available. i
Court Incas In the of HtarkeBradford ,
Sunday morning. County Florl at; Dr. Peele has just returned froma A. J. Thomas, Clerk or the Clr Circuit Court nradford CeuntyKlorhlal ,
cult. Court Eighth Judicial circuit, In Chancery. ALWAYS tic We furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and i
FLOWERS Iq nation-wide meeting of the In and for Bradford County. FloridaIn Joy Foster. Oreeiie Plaintiff. VS, e POPS accept ANY' life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY
Methodist Church in Indianapolis. Chancery Fraaler W, Qreene, Defendant.
IR ALL OCCASIONS Ind., and will be heard with a R.r..nJJ".D.fu'. i:.,, Deputy Hnllcltor. Clerk fol Or..f Publication And Case. "niofllce No. 501 TdAppear. J 1I ..., ib BETTER- company, as payment In part or In full on.* funeral.
great deal of Interest by the memo Plaintiff 10.1 North Main StreetClalneavlila ..I..J OK Kl.ollllll TOFraaler I / Consultatlen carries no obligation.
: Fla. 10,a U 10121{r M" Gruene., whet residence
bers and friends of the local

1DISK We offer the people of Starke Methodist Church. Dr. Peele II r I u

(I) the secretarry of the Florida Methodist _... .. ,..".. 1\\
and \lclnity one of the most Cabinet and Is considered to 1..
be one of the outstanding church : I
| GARDENS modern and finest equipped leaders in the state. .

POTTERY welding shops anywhere.All Sunday evening Is the time to '
sing favorite gospel hymns at the' c0w.1
[POTTED' : PLANTS Work GuaranteedSMITH'S I Methodist Church at the 7:30: -
evening service The Rev. Thomas arne'Eew
LOWERS WIRED GARAGEAND I' G. Mitchell pastor, will preach on
ANYWHERE the subject, "Teamwork for God." ,'
MACHINE SHOP A cordial invitation is extended t te<

it 'Stark* Temple Ave. Starke visitors and friends to worahl](: '

with the Methodist Church. : .
The Church school begins at

'" 9:45: A.. M. with a class for every; .
age including five classes fo .

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor adults. the tine President ?
The Methodist Youth Fellow Congress ;: .j

(RST BAPTIST CHURCH Starkeperson ship, both senior and Intermediatemeets r-r-r-r-r-I .

at 6:30: p. m. and there is a 1 I, 1 I. .._.. ".1,
( & Court Streets' In The Heart Of Town fellowship hour for all young .

PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130 the people evening from service.8:30: to 9:30: following OR YOU AND THE ;MAN NEXT DOOR :;

ISUXDAY SERMONS lliOOAAL.r7:30v'M. At The TabernacleThe ,.

Pay School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6 :15 P.M. i ;

IID.WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. 'night was youth conducted meeting by Saturday W. B. RUNNING AMERICA is the joint job of 150,000,000 people. It's the biggest job in the world today

11:00 A.M.: "Sell-Give-have" the McKinney group. assisted Interesting by others Items on of -keeping it running for liberty and for freedom. And the whole world's watching to see 1oIj"a

7:30 P.M.: "I'm Sorry"A the program were a piano solo bya ; whether Americans can do it!

very young lady, ana a vocal t'

Friendly Invitation From A young piano number people by are two encouraged sisters. The to' IN MUCH OF THE WORLD today, the people have resigned from running their own countries. i

friendly Church Is Extended To All participate in these youth meet. Others have been quick to step in-first with promises of "security"and then with whips lfi

ings creditably.and they acquit themselves and guns-to run things their way. The evidence is on every front page in the world every day. ...

The Sunday services were under Ys

the direction of Rev. A. F. Grady,

B.ALVAREZ&SON TRANSFER COD who brought two fine messages FREEDOM COMES UNDER ATTACK. The reality of war has izations spoke out-giving the great United States Congress its "Ut

STORAGE was from from the Word.2 Thessalonians The morning 3:3: ,topic and made every American think hard about the things he's willing to work unmistakable Grass Roots signal from home!, ,

b ....'.... 7 "We operate local the one In the evening was a brief and fight for-and freedom leads the list.
exposition of the Life of Joseph. And ever watchful ever sensitive to an alert people
i.- & long distance
Ar .
I 'It.'g r lvAII Z fi SON. anywhere U. S. Special music was rendered at the But that freedom has been attacked here recently-fust The Congress saw 'that signal and heard the people

f : 7 Ir'MOVING' anuae i \ : services. visit to the Taber- as it has been attacked in other parts of the world. One speak out loud and plain. That's democracy In action.of .
). _' ,...."r-- The coming has That's the American !
freedom wayl
threats individual
1kL .f EXCELLENT nacle of Rev, Thomas L. GIlling- the most serious to
ham, of Orlando is being anticipated been the threat of Government-dominated Compulsory :
STORAGE with pleasure. He will\ ar- Today the 10,000 organizations on militant public
k Health Insurance, falsely presented as a new guarantee among great

eelcher "'FACILlT1E5gents service rive Friday and In remain time for through the evening Sun- of health "security" for everybody. record against 'Compulsory Health Insurance" are: '. "

For evening. Dr. GIllingham Wall
day formerly 'with the PhiladelphiaSchool THE PEOPLE WEIGH THE FACTS. In the American manner the General Federation of American legion Y

See U8 first of the speaker Bible and It Is is an hoped Interesting people studied the case for Socialized- Medicine-and the case against it. American Women'Farm Clubs Bureau National Small Buslnet Association Mon of

ros. will avail themselves Federation United State Chamber of
of that the many opportunity of hearing him. They found that Government domination of the people's medicalaffairs National Grange Commerce.

Remember the elites; Friday 13. under Compulsory Health Insurance means lower standards Veteran of Foreign Wars National Association of '

Saturday 11 In the evening at 7:30: of medical care, higher payroll taxes, loss of incentive, damage to National Conference of Retail Grocer '-
and Sunday morning IS, and even- for the rewards for the improvident. Catholic Charities National Retail Dry Good
research provident
NNOUNCING OPENING Ing. penalties American Protetlant Association r I
Hospital Association American Bar Association '

,\IItI'RKI>TI T CIIfRCII They found that no country on earth can surpass Amer
Due to many requests from our old Sunday School 9:45: A. M. ica's leadership in medical care and progress. They I

Morning Worship, 11 A. M. found that able doctors teachers nurses and scientists 8 Doctors of this Nation are grateful that the people

customers, we reopened our Cur- Evening Service every 7:30: Thursday P.: M. -working In laboratories where Science not Politics refused to be wooed by the fantastic promises of this

ing Plant on evening Prayer 7:30 Meeting: o'clock master-are blazing dramatic new trails to health for un-American excursion Into State Socialism e Doctors

I -L. G. Hemingway, Pastor Americans-and for the world. of America are dedicated to serve their fellow citizensat

home and their comrades In uniform, wherever service I
Mass 9:13: a.m. THE "GRASS ROOTS" SIGNALS CONGRESS. In every com to this Nation may take them. e And the thing they

I Sunday School 11 a.m. munity in the Nation, people stood up to be counted on this inlstand ready to fight for-to sacrifice for-to die for-Is

Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. portant issue. Thousands of local women's clubs, civic groups, farm, not the alien way of life of Socialism, but the. prideful If1

day medical educational and patriotic organsecurity of a free and self-reliant people!
Special Reduced Price: Bible Study ls every Wednesday business, religious, taxpayer, 1"'""

2Ihc' Per Pound Sunday 10th St.School and 9:43 Temple: a. m.Are.; Morn -THE -VOLUNTARY WAY IS THE AMERICAN WAY!

ing Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic e Throughout the Nation, free men and women, working and planning in J.mcrica-70: million people are protected by Voluntary Health Innirancet ,
Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone e together are finding the American answer to every question of medical Throughout the Nation families are Insuring themselves gainst '

welcome.' service, are and cost Hundreds: of Voluntary Health insurance Plans are the major cost of illness-at reasonable, budget-basis prices. Voluntary
Either Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure I o in healthy competition: sponsored: by doctors, insurance: companies, hospitals Health Insurance takes the economic shock out of illness. Protect rout
CHfBCII OF GOD Bit. fraternal organisations industry agriculture and labor Today family now. For information,ask jour doctor-or jour insurance nun.
Same St. Clair
Competent Operators We Have Sunday 8th School& 10 a.m.

Had For Five Years Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.
The Past
Bunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m.r. .. An American' greatest heritage It the right to learn the tacit-and to speak hit mind. ",* .

P. E.Meeting!Service! Thursday Tuesday 7:30 7:30: p p.JD.Prayer jn. Maintained with honor and used with sincerity, -that right ulll guarantee forever that ;

Also Private. Lockers All The Year CI1CBCII OF The LATTER Church OF DAY JESCS of Jesus SAINTS CimiST Christ of Vtm a nd Run .1. :: '

the Latter Day Saints (Mormon
holds services each Sun F
Starke Ice Co.PHONE day in the ..'
8:30'p.m.10:00: : a.m..: :Sacrament Sunday service. I NORTH LA SALLI STRUT, CHICAGOIU1NOIS .....---- ;r
12 The public Is cordially invited Ic .
I -
attend all service: :



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OCT 13 1J50


PAGE EIGHT Providence Sunday.
II ed to 'order by Miss Dorothy Ross the Baptist Church Sunday.Mr b eauuful nor al
Brooker Firemen Kingsley Lake Baptist! Council Passes Thursday October 6th. Old and and Mrs L.A.business Mott Thurs-were I Jacksonville Mr and Mrs.visited Doyle his Hazen parents of I Mrs Shelly, p111r, h
BROOKERBy Jacksonville on
She In
discussed. Edith
Rev. Donald Wllll. Pastor New Ordinance new business was ,, Mr. and Mrs. R. I!:. Hazen last Wm Mehh
Elect Officers, I gave out record books for the following day morning. L fiowler
.. TaxisA lv. Mae Lewis weekend. tF
Activities Sunday school 10 A. M I Regulating year. Officers were elect- Mr. and Mrs. Bill BIgham and
Plan Mr. Edd Gainey .of Plant City and
11 A. M. I : ed: president Ann Crosby; Vice children visited her parents
An organization meeting of the Morning worship new ordinance regulating U W. M. U. Business Meeting. president Kathern Harrell; sec- and Mrs. L. L. Hardee of Jacksonville Mrs. Vera Collins of Waldo visited
Brooker Fire Department was held Evening song service 6:30: P. M. operation of taxicabs within the The Women's Missionary Union retary, Lavonla Hodgr Twenty- I Sunday. I II Mrs. H. P. Gainey Monday after v

Thursday night of last week and The public Is cordially Invited to City of Starke and suburban territory met at the Baptist church Wed- three girls were enrolled this year. I I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and noon.

the following appointments were I I attend all services of the Kingsley Immediately Council adjacent at was'adopted'by Its' nesday afternoon October 4th, at Several new ones came In. The I children visited her mother, Mrs. Mr? and Mrs. N. C Mott and
the City :
made: Lake Baptist church. last week. 3 o'clock. next meeting will be held November I Relta Brown of High Springs Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Jack, Simmons-
Assistant Fire Chief. Wilson\ meeting here that: I Mrs. Eugene Crosby led the de I 3rd. Everyone Is trying to Montloch visited Mr. and lrB. Edgar
Molt Lieu- CIU'KCII The new ordinance votlonal. The subject of the afternoon this the best of day.Mr. Misses Wilkinson of Starke Sunday
Green; Captain, L. A. ;; rUKSHYTEKIAN ; "The holder of a permit authorizIng make year year and Mrs. T. S. Mann
tenant L. L. Parker These officers hereunde was "Responsibility Of the 4-H Club-they are trying to Mildred and Theney and John afternoon.
Dr. L. Ross Lynn, supply pastor, taxicab operations Work with Mrs. James
will asDlst Chief Victor taxi Mission make the best better. Freeman visited Mr and Mrs
Jones, who was appointed sometime will preach at the 11 o'clock morn-!' shall maintain a permanent of business and W. Thomas, program chairman. Mrs. W. H. Hinton of Waldo Louis Clemons of Lake Butler NOTICEAn
First cab stand or place
ing worship service In In charge. The program was' visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green ,
ago. this Sunday. shall hold himself or Itself avail: Sunday. unusual amount of advertis- I I
The following officers were also Presbyterian taxicab service to opened with a song titled "NothingBetween" and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards Mr. and Mr.x. J. A. Parker and
activities Sunday School convenes at 9:45 able to render and "Sweet Hour of ing this week made It necessary to
elected to head up social for all the general public at all times not Thursday son, Danny, were In Gainesville to omit several items of
A. M. with all classes ages.Friendship Those participating we e news.
President Prayer.
of the department: meet at less than eight hours dally and Carl Ward of Jacksonville visit shopping Saturday. will be in
President, Bible Class Mrs. R. F. Gano and Miss Iva Mae These run our next Is- liWl
E. W. Hodges, Jr.; Vice welcome to Sundays.. ed friends here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Galney and
10 M. Visitors are closed sue.
A. A. Lewis. The was
Wilson\ Green; Secretary. J. The rules were waived and the program Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rabbit of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Walt WE'reIn l
all services. titled "Take The
Parker. ordinance passed after Its third with a song Jacksonville visited her mother Starke on business Monday.Mr. CARD OF THANKSWe
of Jesus With You' and
Plans were perfected for a long ment to at least 20. At present reading. Name Mrs. H. H. ''Howard last weekend, and Mrs. Jack Simmons of
will Miss Grace
range training program which there are 10 members.It The ordinance further sets ou t prayer by Barry. and attended services here at the Montloch were dinner guests of wish'to express our sincere

' be carried out at meetings to be announced that the new that no permit for the operation of The Women's Missionary Union (Baptist Church Sunday. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. appreciation to all those who wereso
held once each week. was social meeting will be held at the
fire station will likely be completed taxicabs shall be Issued to any Everyone Is sorry to learn that Mott Sunday.Mr. kind and helpful to us duringthe
started to Increase -
A drive will be home of Mrs. R. H. Faulkner,
the of 18 J. R. Mott visited
under and
age years In
I week. person Mrs. Dave Green Is a patient BIG
the end of next illness and death of be- SAVINGS
the personnel of the depart- by Wednesday October 18th at 3 our
I or to anyone !who has been convicted the hospital at Gainesville. We her mother Mrs. Brook Perryman,
.., o'clock. Everyone Is cordially Invited loved wife and mother Mrs. Lena ROUND
of the < TRIP
followln evening.Mrs.
of more of Gainesville Sunday
"': : : one or wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. ,
to attend. Fowler. We also would like to
'" offenses: and Mrs. J. P. Baxter, H. B. Vernon Edwards 'and Mrs. You
1, Operating a motor vehicle Death. Crosby, and daughter Maryland John Cone visited their sister, thank our many friends for the more save feed lq i run"A

while under the Influence of intoxicating Everyone of this community Is Mrs. Wllsot Green and daughter Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Ralford last In Circuit four*, llmdford toUBtr.KlnrldJil ,I I Greyhound says
beverages. very sorry to know of the death of Mrs. Alex Williams and Mrs. Dave weekend. In t'fciinrerr.Ethel Mono
Htono LaChance Plaintiff v
2. Transporting Intoxicating Mrs. Ervin Fowler Friday Octo- Green were In Gainesville Satur Mrs. S. L. Carter of Gainesville Kenneth William I..Chance. De- ,
beverages: for the purpose of sale ber 6th. She is survived by her and Mrs. Mary Thomas of Jack- fendant. Cads No. 8112 (
: 3. Transporting persona for husband Ervin Fowler one daughter day.Roy Green and children visited I sonville visited their sister, Mrs. T. Order Appear.of Publication Nf"" ,rH OK KI.OIIIIIA And Notice Tin To trips,tours,SpecidA ,

t I Immoral purposes. Mrs. Cecil Melvin and one Mrs. Q. E. McGauley of Palatka 9. Mann, Wednesday. Kenneth. William LaChance. whose MVThtr ___.,
residence and addreaa la:: SaranacInn.
4. Any offense not,enumerated! aon,'WtUlam\ Fowler all of Brook Sunday. I Miss. iris Brown of Jacksonville New York: < art hiildreJnrkeon

above which caused the revocation er. Funeral services was held In We are glad to have Mrs. Joyce visited her parents, Mr, and 'Mrs. November You are 18th required, 1950, to In appear the above on 0".
of applicant's drivers license. I Brooker Baptist Church Interment Castlen and two small sons back I H O. Brown, at the home of Mrs. named Court and cause, wherein WI.,

Owners or operators of taxi I was made In Dedan here with her parents Mr. and I Mary Green last weekend. Mr. plaintiff of minor seeks child.divorce Bradford and County custody Galn.ille,III. I'

cabs are also required to subml Cemetery Saturday afternoon at C. L. Atkinson on an extended Brown Is very Ill. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
SICK OR HURT I 3 o'clock. I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin Erv- next four weekly. lnnuWlrneim ..... lake City
BE 15 and
WILL on or before October one I visit.Mr. my hand and official seal St. Auicumln 1
every six months thereafter i a Friends of Roswell McCauley. and Mrs. Alex Williams of In S. Fowler and son. William, visIted at Starke, Florida, this October 12th, Ocala 1 ,

written statement from a duly II. soldier of the U. S. Army regret to Jacksonville visited her parent relatives of Gainesville Sun- 1950(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A :J. Thomas TampnMiami 1:

THIS YEAR censed garage that the equipment learn of his being killed on dutyin Mr. and Mrs Dave Green sat day.Mrs. Al Clerk ofaid Court. :
I O. P. Hale and son Mal- By Haven Crosby, Clerk W. Palm Urr. jTiI'arlvna
being used has been Inspected Korea: Sept. 20th. He Is a T Frank Landrum, Stare, Florida ,
V and Is In good condition. 'ormer resident of this communlt Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and lette of Lake Butler visited Mr. Atty. for Pit. 1017| 4t 1113| PennavalaGrejlmmiil

Drivers are required to procure before moving to Palatka a few daughters, Eloulae and Dianne of and Mrs. H. O. Brown and Mrs. 'all.ha..e f t,

and deposit with the City Clerk i a years ago with his parents the Dukes visited Mr. and Mrs E. J. Mary Green Thursday night. (1".1' t.11.T
What Rev. and Mrs. G.' E. McGauley Lewis Sunday afternoon.Bro. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mintz of '
stricken liability Insurance policy In the amount 0m |
When .
you ore is of not less than $3,000: for He Is a brother-in-law of Roy and Mrs. Grant Taylor and Jacksonville were supper guestsof w.e.T.V.1' Temple. At.. p
one Injured and $1,000 fo Green of Brooker. We extend our' two daughters of Deland we el Mr. and Mrs E. A. Gainey Sat

Paul Revere protection plans cover accidents the person property damage In any one. heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved dinner guests of Mrs. Beulah liarI urday I

and all diseases. For examples accident and $10,000 for more thai family. rell and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Plnholster and T. B. '
Mrs. R. H. Faulkner Sunday. Mr. Pinholster attended the funeral FAMILYFLORIDA 'I GHEYHOli
one person Injured In any one ac I "-II Club Meeting: I GOOD NEWS.)
Heart trouble High blood pressure cldent. The 4-H Club meeting was call Taylor delivered-fine -messages-at services of Mrs. Della Summers of)

I An annual license fee of $12.50.
Arthritis Kidney trouble payable In October of each year, .

was fixed for each taxicab. Will.
Rheumatism The minutes of the prevlou

-. meeting; were read and approved* ;

,Once issued, Paul Revere protection plans; canenot with the exception of a correction .. .
on the writing up of the bids fron t "'.
be cancelled are guaranteed continvabtft ,, I
; the various auditing firms. Wit! 1N

Ask about them today No obligation ; ]lust reference to this correction the ., "I < '..
Council agreed after studying the e

call or write various bids that the bid of .

George W. Dandelake was a more
The Paul Revere Life Insurance Co. detailed bid and that the price of

NATHAN N. PREVATT $545 was well In line with th...

Special A(rat other bids submitted and the award -
was made on this basis. The. r,
1416 N.E. 18th Place Phone 8331 man
Dandelake bid for \
was a complete
Gainesville, Florida
audit, while the others were for:
'Ws.y. 4 3Hr audit reports.A !

motion was made byV.. T. N \. $ ;
f r "
eeE ( et! Jackson that all employees of the '

1' f I, t e, NAU N G COMPAN Street Department, now drawing
EN ;
$35 per week have their salaries please
;m ,, .. 5Oddrfs ,9s. MAr/AfNtlt[ 4
Increased I
to $40 per week effective \" C/fl 3dV
Oct. 1, 1050. The motion was sec I Irp

ft NATIONAL INSTITUTION-A LEADER IN ITS FIELD onded by P. I* Bridges and carried ,t j
M. O. Jarago appeared before
the Council r>w
requesting a permit
to construct a building 18x20 of come i / /
aluminum with an open front to 11

be used for a fruit stand, on the

southeast corner of the A. L. Alvarez K

property on Temple Ave

The permit was approved.
r t+te' I After the '
r reorganization of the In f
new Council and the election of H. 1

A. Bishop, chairman, Councilman ,
Jackson moved that a letter of ap

predation be written to O. L.,

Beasley for Ms past services as a
member of the Board of Trustees. and
I IT f,
4' / 1 fi 7 V VM The motion was seconded by L. O. .:; ,
carried by unanimousvote.
.t, ..' ,

t \ A motion was made by Jackson \ id I:'

that Titus Olson be appointed asa h/ il'l$>1,1.I: ,
t t, member of the Bond Trustees for k .

a term of three years. Motion PIC

v was seconded by Hazen and car : \\ct demy \

ried by unanimous vote. l r WJ, ." 9 : m y Pifk l

George L. Patten was reappoint. !;'" ,
., r".1
ed as city attorney for the ensuing fad arS

year by unanimous vote. M. M. \
Morgan E. L,. McKnight. B. S. : f -

Overstreet and Herbert Thomas "lIp r. .
were likewise reappointed to the '
P r. w ee.b .. Police Department.
r :; '.
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.. '

:' J ; /' Ii ;t:1: Fire From Letter Chief REA Of Thanks Gets HeadChief his 'i..'.' iiiei'esa o

.,... ... >._ -.."...... -\ Plckett of the Starke Fire I 1",.w + csee ,.edtr"f"
intHi jiMi *'i ip '
I f A PHARMACIST were to start hl< career with a prescription: for himself Department this week received a i
to follow it'f certain that frojustonat woke to his community would be the letter from A. G. Loudon manager
main ingredient. You ice evidence of it in everything he doe of the Clay Electric Co-opera- : lost

You see it in the painstaking care he devote to the preparation of every Live, Inc., Keystone Heights, expressing .
prescription your doctor order*-whether it be a simple mixture, or one ofa "sincere appreciation for

highly complex nature. your Immediate response on our
You see it in the precision equipment he wee with scientific (kill, and in behalf when our generating plant I

hit knowledge of the and chemicals he keep ,on hand, caught fire on Thursday, Oct. 5" ,

*o that your need can be supplied promptly and completely; The letter continued: ;

You ICe It in his participation in organizations of his profession and In "You and your department are doodle .

hi* technical library through which he keep abreast of the latest to: be complimented for your speed _, t1' '
medical development, the newest drug, and the constant improvementin and efficiency. We know that p. 1w y v .' er
pharmaceutical product and practice Starke must be proud of Its well '
Your pharmacist pledge himself whole-heartedly to the ideal of his organized department of
profession. Every day in communities large and small he Is helping; to tent personnel."Your compe '
make and keep America the healthiest nation in the world. d
assistance along with
Get better acquainted with your pharmacist-he's a man you can rely on. that of many others probably an:
_fbr.iekJnn ..glanlr.namet /ebkA.t tf Rub,D.u"c...*.<"/. Dana R, MO>(. pre. .
vented a major disaster to our

plant which might have Interrupt.ed .
electrical service to several hun- '

Meet Me At Koch's Fountain dred customers."
The fire occurred when fumes, his 5O FORD
lingering In the generating room ?

after the use of mineral spirits asa I
cleaning agent were Ignited by

DRUG STORE an acetylene torch.REVIVAL e


revival meeting will begin at

Phone 53: Night 273-W the Bethel Baptist Church east oftarke. ANDREWS MOTOR

; Monday night Oct. 16, at CO.phone
7:30: o'clock. Rev R. L. Lee, pastor -

Invites everyone to come out
and worship. Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA