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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1'itPeelopmenEnterprises' % Inc.for, Guy shares Andrews in Bradford, tern- I SEVE.NTV.TttO '_ _" _,_ ___, ._ ___u. STAKKK._ _FLORIDA: FRIDAY. NOVKMUKK" S, 1940_" _. ._ ._._._.n.._"_." ."_. .. _.. _NUMBER, : SIXTEEN, .

the said that the charter I ,- ... _
? of -
.:,ip President main open over the weekend so that all who de- I ----a..I-: -.- Issues Will Be DecidedIn

ill ye included as original incorporates may have their EMPLOYMENT\ SURVEY FOR WHITE WOMEN Important

Tallahassee with the charter application.
:
forwarded to branch manufacturing c
f'bet;$1noop, was aubecrlbedneeting a plant in Starke? Fla- desires additional Information General Election Next
held in the court- were In Starke yesterday confer before deciding' definitely in reference to cording here. This Tuesday

: night at 8 o'clock. ring with local Interests, Inspecting survey is being made to determine the number of white women -'
\Ieaday!\ I possible!: sites, and gathering other available for work.
that sharps Inrpolatlon However there will also be work for '
announced In the:1AtJon data in connection with the proposed a limited number of white men and also colored people. Amendments 1
be
would establishment of their branch In starting a new plant, the manufacturing company High Elk FigureTo Important :Question OF
each. I would
: of $100 make application to the U.S. Wage & Hour
factory In .Starke. Department. Fire Control Unit To '
wW\ la the list of original Washington D- C for a learners and beginners certificate Constitution '
Here 1
yesterday were D. S. Slce

L'riton:. store to date 10 hares: ; F. P.i loll, Jr., president of the company; for that all are operators allowed,by such that as law.sewing Under, finishing this pressing, and jobs Visit. Lodge! The General Election next Tuesday
law manufacturing e
i 10 shares; Lex Green 10 Everett A. Slceloff vice presidentand companies who do business interstate more than just the opportunity to vote Face Voters ,
are required to
10 shares pay a officials it also the chance-to
,. u Matthews, ; superintendent; Ernest J minimum wage as follows ; means
store, 5 shares! C. H. Meiere. Jr., vice president and engineer For first 320 hours : ures, one of which is the countywide fire
5 shares; A. J. Thom- ;, D. C. Harper salesman For a minimum of 57c per hour; Bradford is one of eight Florida
MY void
second Although of heated
160 hours, a minimum of 65c hour :
Andrews. 5 I for the Florida per ; this
itres' ; Guy territory; and Zack question Tuesday. lag..
After 480 hour' contests therefore
Steve Simmons, 5 I shares; Daniels, salesman for GeorgiaAlabama. a minimum of 75c per hour. 1 :t Florida law provides that It
I 5 shares: T, H. I If you are interested in work of this nature please fill in in public Interest, there
Denmark the citizens of county vote for
a
i ) shares; Billy Dowlingr I The company president said_that the following blank (print information, please) and return county-wide Are control, then the I I Gov some highly Important Is.

L: Charley Johns, 5 I hares; after weighing all factors-advantages to Starke Chamber of Commerce office. Florida Forest Service can set up to be decided in the Gen

iKopelousos, 5 shares; E. J.L and Date Are fighting unit In the county. Election of next Tuesday.
J. P. Roberta, disadvantages-they Phone No. __.._.._._._ a 7. Consequently
r. 5 shares: had concluded that Starke would Because. wood fires do such Voters

t,: Carl Johns, 5 shares; E. be an almost (Ideal location for Name _. _________ _______ to are being urged to vis.
11 shares; Volley Starling their great damage every! year unprotected the polls so that these mat ,
R. Walnwrlght 2 proposed Florida branch. Address ------------------__________ ___ __ _..__ woodlands the average will be decided
i; J. The company manufactures a Fire by a ma
Barksdale's Store, 2..well-known brand of work clothes How long lived in this community__________. Do you own 1o 1ok. growth per acre per year In rather than by a minor.

I Robert Green 1 share; J. and has been in the business since Florida la only 33: board feet. But vote. Polls open at 7 A.M.
your home______. How long____________. How far do you
n i, 1 share. 1909. They sell a large volume on protected woodlands this average -i close at 7 P.M.

are highly encouraged by in Florida as well as Georgia and live from courthouse in Starke_miles. Age____. can be raised to 175 board strong Only two Democratic nominee

'oodertul response on the Alabama and see possibilities of Single______, Married. How fret after the land has had a' W. Carter tor Railroad '1
long_______. White____ Maleor prosperity"
l \the public," Mr. Andrews expanding this market with quick. .. X' chance to recover from years of Group 2; and

I'These first subscriptions er deliveries from a centrally located female__________. Colored____ :Male 'or female_. burning week A. Smathers for United

la on a purely voluntary Florida plant. They do not Husband's work ___________________________ if married Using these figures, then, fire ida Senator-have Republi
luid you might say that ac- care to expand further their North DEAN WALTER 9. UATHXRLY: protection: .I in Bradford County lishment opposition. .Carter Is op-

>lic"t"' has not yet be"iTebave Carolina factory because of the give number of children________. Ages ____ ____ ____ ____ would"Viea'n that timber growth tection In by Clifton D. Scalf and ((1
ro doubt but that shortage of labor supply In that Walter J. Matherly, District could be Increased 18,620,000 next by John P. Booth.
[ Give
-. past employment experience ________________
[reach our goal when theetually highly industrialized area, it was Deputy Grand Exalter Ruler of board feet every year. If timber ready

gets underWay." explained. ---------------------------------------------- were only worth as much as $13 Those .
Florida: Northwest and Dean of sample ballot reproduction off

I Immediate objective of the Mr, Andrews said that anyone Where -___________________ When the College of Business Administration per thousand this means that Tuesday complete ticket to be used la 19'tl
Ltion construction offry who would like to be Included U<<2.060 would be added to the Union "' '
the
la a- of the University of Florida Tueacla) election will be>
site toEtcd. the How long employed_.__________. Give details; as to kind of stumpage value of timber In nole lei
building on a yet mong original Incorporate will make his official visit to oa page a of this ..*_.

of the organization ahould contact work, wages earned,. etc..______________________________ Stark Elks Lodge No. 1802 on Bradford,, County every year. The & are urged to study this bal
lilt of the Slceloff ManufacCo. him personally or by phoning 197 Monday", Nov. 6. The cost of fire control to fire carefully before) going to the : n
or 9107 during the weokend. ------------------------------------------------ Bradford county would be not *.
of Lexington, N. C., The Florida Northwest which these';
more than 3e per acre, and tax
Grade finished in school___________. Comes l under the jurisdiction of mlllage for that purpose would turn our ; 'A.

.. .... Aditional copies of this form can be obtained from the Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler not exceed two mill, forestry. official their Unopposed Democratic nomi
[ C Carnival ti: ,J.. Starke Chamber of Commerce. Please fill in and mail to Uttherly. embraces lodges In say; Every \ whose name wilt appear on

." ,, : ',t .. Starke Chamber of Commerce at once. Gainesville Starke, Lake City, The assessment for Bradford should ballot are as follows: '
"..,' .. ."- Live Oak Tallahassee, Marlanna, County will be $3,090. State and their For Railroad Commissioner,

[kis 'Em In .1'<, Panama City, Ft. Walton and Pen- Federal funds will amount to $7.- Tuesday" It Wilbur C. King. Ifc

< < sacola. 980. This I Is all for operating State ( ) For Representative in Congress,

Dean Matherly will arrive In expense. The state and federal Shanda District: Charles E. Bennett

Over $$600 BHS Primed For Clash Starke In time for a conference at governments will pay for the InItial Forest & For Representative State Legis. 't
i : Doyle E. Conner.
8.30; with Sen. Charley E. Johns, cost uf Installing the fire cently said ,,
Exalted Ruler of the 'Starke protection unit. This will a- portunity For Justice .>of the Supreme

Starke PTA}lallowe'en Car- Lodge and A J. Thomas, Jr., Secretary mount to $14,835 In this county. control is : Elwyn Thomas 'Group 1);
With Deland OutfitWith '
Frank Kobson (Group 3)5) B..4
Big .
of the Starke Lodge, together Owners of small home and gressive
Mays" 'jfefla event In Robert (unexplred term.) i
be with other officers of the farm that do not exceed the $3- counties \
-was ;,, better and For County Commissioner, put.,,
bigger !
at the
nesM.'t'
( a record of four wins"and two' losses at this mid.stason lodge He will appear lodge 000 Homestead Exemption will T. I Renfroe..
profitable ftan ;eyet4thU:: l meeting at 8:00: p M. 'Hie'represents not have to flay any of"the protection merce,_ '
Tornadoes Teturn to the"home field Fr County'Commiseloner, Diet.
I"' m.'- ...; w pMnt"the--BHS< John B. Kyle, Grand Exalted cost. oUler* !
I Friday) for encounter'With big Deland Bulldog !,Jessie R. Chastaln.
tonight ( an a
T. H Sla4e of Ruler of Benevolent Protection The tstablliihment of a fire: dorsed '
chairman
: For ''School Board Residence
team-a game that probably will be a top-notch conference Order of Elk. I ?control Bradford control ,
In
nt\announced thatthe; PTA unit County 1: J. S.' Norman.For .
more than $600 which will t' I tilt.Deland Dean Matherly 1 1& trustee of will not prohibit a landowner: The School Board, Residence
.
I to finance 11:#' activities PY .k has won three and lost Gainesville Lodge No. 900. He Is I from burning his own land If Florida la 9: H. B. Crosby.

I the current 'school term. } two so far this season defeatingNew Sparks Explains former Vice-President of the Flor- he wishes. This may be done un- ly but For School Board, Residence
) 1 11ti Smyrna. Ketterllnus and Elks Association and Is der state law If the landowner denuded .
nival
paid lita own way ida State 5: H. A. Lawson.
"u )year," Mr*. Slade -added. Sanford. It has bowed to Sea- Current PaymentsTo a member of the commission which I given notice to hla neighbors not of our The following amendment will

,erchanta were not asked to breeze and Palatka. BHS has also Welfare ClientsWhile has charge of the Harry-Anna more than ten day In advancenor annual voted on: _

] food and other materials been beaten by both Seabreezeand Crippled Children' Home In Uma- lena than three days and No. Empowering the legis o

i have in the past" Paltaka. public assistance grant tllla.; He .la Grand Orator of the carefully watches. his fire. Further 000."If we to create juvenile court In

the i old standby ouch a* Inasmuch as this 1 I. one of the are being restored to their former I Florida Grand Lodge of Masons Indication of what Are protec ests, the county, or combined neighbor-
outstanding games of the season, Governor of tion will to this can these
District county and
and a Past mean will counties giving
telling and levels In
House October
f of Hort many now receiving -
a record crowd Is expected to turnout International. be gathered from the fact that original and exclusive jur
>t Rotary the state '
a big will
play from the marTI '. assistance get checksIn
and All Memorial Stadium. last wildfires burned several all children below
over $
'! year returns I'S 'f
with several new at. lower amounts this mouth be-
Win Last Friday thousand In the county.
acres specified
age.
thrown in for cause of the effect of the amended naval
A comic football good With the regulars sitting on the Social Security Act. Bradford Rural However in each of the state's become No. Eliminating the state '
the game bench most of the game the boys 30 protected counties less than Governor which at the present time i,
I afternoon was well at- regularly and With the amendment In effect 1 held between the
who have practiced four acres out of every one hun- being midway
and the Midget League have been faithful, had the big the lose In public assistance grants Roads Benefit dred were burned. federal census.

wde games at night drew i J trtiCOL hand in whipping a weak Crescent will be made up through larger But even the presence of a fire No. Requiring the reenact-

The day's festivities City team 18.0 last Friday' nightIn payments from the old age and protection unit doe not guarantee For I and printing of only the a-
i close with a dance at survivor Insurance program, of state law .
O. Crescent City. The ballcarrying that there will be no fires or parts *
J. A. GRIFFIN of Camp duties were handed to Rowe usually\ thought of a* "social" Bv $755,410All fire damage. It doe.'' guarantee, High No. 4.-To create a new judicial

red of visitors filed Blanding made a convincing and McRae, both of whom ran al. curity" Rev. S. E. Spark, who Is however, that damage will be to consist of Monroe

the BHS cafeteria to en- "aad aack"- among the merrymakers most at will piling up plenty of ,. a member of the District 5 Wel- sections of Bradford- County' *eld to a minimum because of All alone. J
I "Wer featuring baked last Friday. All efforts tc yardage. fare Board said. The district in have benefitted or will benefit quick fire detection, and quick High No.Enabllng the legisla

and ham. Multicolored I make him cheer'up and crack a I eludes Bradford County.The from a farm-to-market hardsur- suppression by trained fire fightIng .:. to be to appoint additional county

were strung along the mldJwueen smile proved In vain. An TtTISTIC'* .state Budget Commission facing road program currently. totaling crews using the latest woods In counties over 230,000:

the athletic field ally lighted heart on his electrIC-\\Flrnt dawns nil It* c.(* several weeks ago released $<<::50.- $799,41091. fire fighting equipment.And In the ( i

I*elementary building) add- flashed off and on, much to Yards icalnod.. runhln04 10VnrilK .< 000 so that the full payments to Already completed are: public cooperation 1 I..* most 1 the Lake -

1:e Uve atmosphere to the light of the small fry. Photo by, PHHNCII Rainedpawls'attempted 3*s le the needy could be made on the Hampton to Theressa $l2 ,076- Important for it I la people them, night, Knight

Tony Stevens. Cannon completed ;t .1Pax basis of their full budgetary defi 32; selves who set 99\ per cent of all' Miss In MiamiCol.
Fumb. *** .Intercepted J 0lpp. cit. That deficit is based on the I Lawtey. to State Farm, $160- wood Ares Hat u re--th rough .
-
--- { fumble". recovered 55 all I actual need of the Individual, tak- 02 .21; IIJhtnlnir-atart.. two per cent of the senior D. K. Knight wa called to

Penaltlea. distance yardsAv. punt S ing Into confederation any Income I Brooker Worthington $198-, wood.fire Records of the Flor- are fact being that last weekend by the serious

and other resource he may have 861.38. ida Forest Service show that 74 of the old and death of his brother,
Bennett scored first for the locals Including the Increase in OASI Now in process of construction Is per cent of alt wood fires are all of S. Knight who died Satur

early In the first quarter. Crescent (social security) payments and I Road 229 (Pine Level Church to caused deliberately! by persons tation you In a hospital theYe!

City won the toss and elected broadening of the program so! that State Farm), 15070000. who set woods fires to get fresh of
native
Mr.
not If Knight was a
to receive. After four running more person are covered. Manyof The contract wa let this weekon green grass for their cattle, or County you Butler but had lived In

'plays failed to gain, the lads from those receiving public assistance the Brooker to New River tc to clear land for use or just to dially for the past 20 year. Be-

Bradford took over on their own grant through the State Welfare Highway 100 road for $120,743.- be burning land. People start 21 Guest his retirement he was a mana-

:35: yard line and Johns carried for Board will get lower assistance 00.In per cent of wool fires careless asked to for the telephone company.
10 yards. Bennett scored In two grants. addition to these farm-to-
the 25 yard also Included In the ly.But to of Funeral services were held Mon-
running plays from Cut that are being restored this market roada because people continue
mittee will
,i e + line, Hazen'a kick for extra point month In public assistance provided Road Department's budget for this burn wood lands county-wide lire ment afternoon. In the Beat Funeral the
Interment was In
1 wall no good. through the Welfare Board year I Ia $$100,000 for the wideningof protection has proved to be the!
I McRae made the score 12-0 on were made for the needy aged and U. S. 301 through Starke. best Insurance against loss from plot In Miami Memorial
.
;N the third play after the second blind in July and for needy dependent wood fires.Boom .

quarter started. The touchdown I children in May. ,The average Funeral SundayFor .

came on a drive from Bradford'sown grant for the aged 1. going To Last
J. Gus ThomasJohn
40 yard line. Nice gains were back from about 139 to about $10; The
Year And A Half
ATTENTION
run by McRae.-Rowe and McClel- for the blind from $38 to $43; and Gus Thomas. 36. native of United -,

lan with McRae going over from for each needy child from $18.50 Bradford County, was killed In Economist Predict assembly

S AXD CHEERLEADERS for the mock football game, a the one-foot line. Hazen'a kick .1 to $20.50.Mrs. an automobile accident near Pa- Oct. 21. Pecan Growers
Washington sources have fore- taught by
b1rhllght G. SVIII was no good. He had been
night.
: house Friday
right
"M for the above. Left to
camera Hobbs at the beginning rut another year and a half of 9wanbom,
Coach )I Sewell Named Miami where he was associated -
Mlrgaret Miller, J- H. DuPre, Ruth Broadway, S. <3. Den- of the second half, sent In his regular living In Inflation-tinged prosperity growing held them Starke State Farmer Mar-
', withthe Flncher Auto.mobile
Hall, Tom Slade and Sharon Hall. backfield and. In three play :Area President Sale firm. out of the defense boom now the roll will hold its third pecan sale

scored the final touchdown. slowly getting underway. was read. the season on Thursday, Novem
again : Of taken ofa
Teaching Group
nt Thomas had delivery
Counci Bradford <41< Government economist predict '
This drive started on kin* room 9, beginning at 2 P. M. All
I and
Predicts new car to Jacksonville was '
With Acheson yard line. Bennett carried 15 ; Mr.. W, B. Sewell. a teacher his back to Miami when that next year will find: Farmers of the to be sold must be brought

Korean Victory yard, Hazen threw. his only paM In the Starke Elementary School. on the accident way occurred. lie was prosperous with their grow Income and the the market not later than 1:30: .
Dashers 82 at a record high. Food
the game to Prevatt for has been named president of the The M., day of sal*.
May End Wars of the son of Mr. Della Wynn prices higher General cost of
II who broke yards, and then on an end run northeast area, of the Florida unit Thomas and the late Newn Thomas living higher. Consumer wttlf flying In Interested In selling
n the cafeteria Acheson found a hole and ran 12 National Association of with the at time during the
called\ before the Student Secretary of state Dean Hazen of the of Starke. record high Incomes to spend.[ any
It 'its meeting thinks that the United Nation vic- yards for the score. Student Teaching. She was elected Besides his mother he I Ie sur More people working at higher flag was either before or after the

\! They Wedne..tayreek. Communist aggressionin McRae, Rowe and McClellanlooked at a meeting of the group vived by his wife, Mary Dekle wages and overtime pay. "Infla Slade and may contact the market a* I'd
were let off tory over worldan good on offensive running held In Gainesville last Friday. Thomas; a daughter, Pam Marcia tionary! pressures" mounting with by the will be here to pay top

tAI' a,5 their! Brat warning Korea offers the free"an international plays, with McRae .. the leadingground did Mr*. Annabelle Devlin also of Thomas both of Miami: one consumer getting more moneyto stration price AT ALL TIMES.

let offense. opportunity to devise which gainer. Benton Futch Starke Elementary school was brother Lucian Thomas of Ft. spend and finding lea good .total of 40,000 pounds of nuts
were elected to ,at- rule of law of defense aa line-backer sold at the first auction
District ] a tine job named membership chairman of Myers, and one sister, Mrs. Cleo to buy.
Student Council would stop war Intercepted one Crescent here Thursday of last week.
I and the group.In Andrews of Lake Butler. "The generally strong demand
ssssa JU'! i <> be held In the: In a recent speech the Secretary -City P*.. and ran it back 32 *"!** panel discussion. It was Funeral cervices were held at outlook for 1991 stems from the Brooker wag the largest volume for
K High School of the victory In Korea boys made the trip glow of It* sale In the
YlUe. said that military Thirty-three agreed that the Internship pro- Lake Butler Sunday afternoon at prospect that the domestic econo- opening day history
B"dey.Tbee eiecte were i* much more than a dreamed and all saw action In the game of training teacher. In the 3 o'clock. Interment wa In the my will continue to operate at a or Hewlett thai market. Receipts to grow
dId
''te71fcP.pe Carl J'hlls. Johnny triumph. "Men have long, of law Thomas;Dansby and C.-.ford gram classroom was a realistic approach family plot In Dekle Cemetery high rate through that year and this[ week. totaled $9,063.38., ,
iI'y !, Kenneth Con- t of an International rule we not make the trip beta" of '- to the problem and car- under the direction of DeWitt C. probably well Into 1932: ," It wa* stall .. j .
Now *
wy Rance Hazen Clara 'which would stop war.making that juries but all are expected ried the approval of both teachers -I Funeral Home. forecast. ture. 'E-' ----.3. .. 'W" ::1j t tI
Deland game
DuPre. of the
lad Junes Seeber An- have the means he mod' I ready to go In and student. ,
.
N"rMaA. rule of law i reallty 1 tonight. j r''e '



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If BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR U'19. STA LKE, FLORID\. FRID.\V
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Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Put 4, ..That. ..n_Your- Pipe and Smoke 1 Its I, LONG BRANCHBy r -FAITHFUL OLD BOATStyles 1S38


187D E. U. MATTHEWS. owN ". oiT mFubllHlK4 Mm. ;i. L. Strickland : f

t -==-- i 1
Ent4'rNI as Seeond I BaldW- ; Mr --i
Friday ano
Every fn
Mo of sawed -
Wesley ley
Matter at the Tout .. at Starke, FU. and. children BIShop l!
class wood all day one day last weekfor I "'
Brrokh(
the Strlcklands.. He and his. guest or '
MEMBER ((3)) 1950 rAr a I helper sawed about six cords. He; I Mrs. n, H 1..<1".. (!aura

Is to cut wood another day for us, Mrs B M MYrick
Subscription 92.30 Annually 1-SO For Six Month and we hope this will be enough' spent the veck.n 0vllle /

to keep our fires burning all winter -'I mother-ln'la" Mrs Sue
and with
:M
A VOTE FOR FIRE CONTROL WiLl. HELP rick surd Mrs R.!Iv
Mrs. V. A. Padgett and her
CONSERVE A VALUED NATURAL RESOURCE tar er RJ'' i I We are
s't. granddaughter, Janett Lang, are thankful IorUe
e
Even the most careless among us wouldn't burn up our III at this writing. sunshIne. The crew

bank accounts by tossing wads of dollar bills <(
into a roaring bonfire. Hatcher has been unable to' ,r and will Soon have It reaE,
And yet there are many persons who do just that-in effect complete hla work on the roads In'' Fo'F will hard surfacing Thi.! n
-by carelessly or deliberately starting woods fires that this section. We hope we can soon mean much t,, the w
MNlN
burn up valuable timber on their own land or upon that of a finish as they are in need of repair. ers school and t-hurthe

friend or neighbor. We wish to again remind all of Sunday morning 177
Figures compiled from various sources Indicate that Bradford the change in the date of Home change In everything else, but apparently not In row boats., were present m SuUllly,
County's Income from forest products 1948 exceeded three-quarters coming at the Padgett Church The'sturdy cypress skiff pictured above was built in 1901 by Sam Pine Level Baptist Chur;
of a million dollars. That figure Is up even more today, until at the from Nov. 0 to Nov. 12 As we Joyner of Orange Park who steamed his lumber to make It take shape.I services enjoyed good
sate to that forest products will bring more thana .. stated before, this Is the Home- tlons and one .
present time it Is say It was built for Mrs. J. M.,.Truby' who enjoyed its use on Klngsley Lake member>
million dollars Into Bradford County annually-about equal to tour ..-- coming at the Black Pond Church for many years. After her death, her son, J. J. Truby, gave the boatto I by baptism.

strawberry crops. J1.Mt.ta4 Ae0 fie tssnmr and we understood that It was to Brooks Shipman, a friend of the family, and Mr. Shipman (shown Mr. and Mrs McRae
than five million dollars worth of damage I!1s be the third Sunday. We are sorry Lnn,
But more were
every year above) has been using the boat on Klngsley Lake ever since. He gives Visiting Mr. ,
done to Florida's forests by more than 13,000 woods fires.lessened.Much of M. D. Carter of Lake Worth is I hope to have everyone made understands this mistake why and it no special treatment except a new coat of paint every year. Wonder I Carl Dobbs at Lake City

this damage could have been prevented or at least greatly visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.G. String- I the date Is changed. We are hoping if there's another boat In this area that can match this record of 49 Mr. and Mrs Earl) Co,
The Florida Forest Service hat a fire control organization throughwhich STATE FARMBy fellow and other relatives in this to have a large congregationthere years of continuous service? Though styles In boats haven't chan&edprices Starke were dinner
of timberland is under protection by organized guest
over 12,900.000 acres section' of the state. have. recalls that the above II. M. '
Little Miss that day, also a large congregation certainly Mr. Shipman boat cost McRaes Sunday,
fire fighting units. But that still leaves about 7,500,000 acres Mm. Bryan Whitfield Margo Barkley of Jacksonvillehas at Black Pond. $1 per foot, making the skiff and a pair of pine oars come to a grand
in Florida without protection. It Is on those unprotected acres: that also been the guest of her There .were several absent from total of $181attendance
most of the damage Is done Records of the Forest Service show thaless grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. String-
Community Club Meeting our Sunday school last Sunday due .
than two acres out of every hundred are burned In protected areas fellow, this past week having come
The flower arrangements that to illness, but we enrolled four new i next Sunday. Our Sun- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LOLLYGU4IA
The damage from woods fires on protected acreage last year amounted down Friday with her parents
were placed at vantage points In members and hope to have better OF LATTER DAY SAINTS POPcrun.rront
day School hour Is 9 o'clock and
to only $800,000, but on the unprotected area the damage wa Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barkley, and tine
close to $4.000OOO-nearly five times as great. the Club of rooms the for last TuesdaY'1imeeting Club Alike Barkley, who were,here for Leesburg area. Sunday the :Mor we would like for people from The Church of Jeaua Christ of D.ueiWi/
Community ,
Florida's future Is closely tied in with the future of her forests ,were of marked beauty; makingthe I the day. gans Were! guests of Mr. and Mrs. other Sunday Schools to come and the Latter Day .Saints (Mormon

A declining volume In our forests will mean eventually a declining setting lovely for an Important Mrs. J. H. Scales of Perry was C. O. Morgan In Glen St. Mary. visit us and help us by their pres- Church) holds services each Sun

woods products industry. On theother hand, a strong program of occasion. At that time officers -, the overnight guest of Mr. and Following a stay in California ence, if in no other way. Prayer day in the USO building on North
conservation that results In an expanding forest volume will mean a..I for the ensuing year were Installed Mrs. P, D, Fancher Sunday. Jimmie Godwin is at home with meeting every Wednesday nightat Temple Avenue as follows;

I greater forest products industry. This, In turn, spells greater prosperity in an Impressive! ceremony.I Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Crews, Jr., his parents Mr. and Mrs. John o'clock. BTU at 7 o'clock Sun. 10:00 a.m.: Sunday School. AT ALLGROCERS ,
for the people of the state. The outstanding business transac- had as their visitors Thursday Godwin. day nights. All are welcome. 6:30: p.m.i: Sacrament service.

) At the present woods products industries are counting* on the tion of the afternoon was the decision -, night and Friday Mrs. Edward
for I for the Club to hold its an- Saxon and Mrs. Joe McKowen of I.
people of Florida to conserve their timber future use by using
,nual Hallowe'en festival Hampton.
I good forest practices but the Industries are also acquiring large tract: Tuesday
i of land themselves and are practicing some of the best forest land evening, October 31. During the past week Miss Mel-
Mrs. R. P. McLendon ba Stringfellow ha been
who Is visiting
i management In the state.
president for the 1950-01 Club year, Mrs. J. E. Wilson In Starke.Mr. I
Among these Industries are six lumber companies plus many LOVETT'5STARKE
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announced her chairmen of stand- and Mrs,
Philip Stone of
smaller ones, and eight pulp and paper mills.\ Also additional pulpand ]
ing committees, follows finance,
as : Raleigh, North Carolina, were
mills been of the state's
have
paper proposed. Already one pulp;
I Mrs. H, J. Kucera; house, Mrs. J. overnight guests of Mr., and Mrs. I
mills has set up a multi-wall Kraft paper bag factory in conjunctionwith O. Godwin; social, Mrs. L. F. W. N. North Thursday.
Its operations and It Is not unlikely that other mills will manufacture Chapman; welfare, Mrs. J. O.

similar paper products' In the near future Further, chemical die Caldwell; civic, Mrs. E. C. Long; and Following Mrs L.a W.week's W. visit Murphy with, Mr Mr. FLORIDA -- Prices Good Through Sat. Nov. 4th
t coverles and Improvement !n chemical methods have enabled manufacturers flower, Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair; sewing and Mrs. L.. K. Murphy and their ,
to plan the establishment of mills for the utilization of Mrs. Dennis Fancher; and
young son. Richard returned to
I waste products from the pulp mills. program; Mrs. Lawrence Dugger. their home in Augusta Georgia,
The old saying that meat packers used everything In a pig except As tokens of the members' Friday.

the squeal may now be gone one better by the woods products esteem and appreciation corsages During the past week Mrs. Lola TENDER BEEF All Cuts Avails!
i industry which uses everything In a tree Including Its bark. were presented by Mrs. L.1. Johnson moved from her home in
Although large corporations dealing In the woods products In- Shepherd to Mrs. McLendon and Keystone Heights Into the Grlne
I duatries have found money In growing trees, It wasn't until 15 or 20 to Mrs. L. F, Chapman, retiring home. Mrs. Johnson's father E.

I years ago that most southern owners of small woodlands on their president. Mrs. Chapman and F. Baker.,. lives with her. They FACTORY PACK
t farms found there was money In growing trees as well as their regular Mrs. Lawrence Dugger were hostesses had as Sunday visitors Mr. and -
I farm crops. Today the demand for timber is so great that even the and served a salad course. Mrs. Henry Godwin Mrs.. Annie SWIFTNING

; smallest of woodland owners find that they can add to their Income Bridge Club MeetingMrs. Lou Godwin and Mrs. Chandler ot .

I by growing trees and practicing good forestry. J. R Kite of Starke, entertained Starke., ,
t\ There are those, too, who have found that carelessness with fire : the State Farm Bridge Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Brannen
t ti t, has brought them the loss of all or part of their woodlands. Club at the home of Mrs. P. D. were In Jacksonville Saturday Sugar OR BAKERITE
night and Sunday as visitors
I Fire is a great destroyer of forest wealth. How can the citizens Fancher Thursday afternoon of ot -
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson..
last week. Gladioli and Confeder
of a county take steps to have their land protected
Mr and Mrs. L. Durden
had all
Under Florida law the question of whether a county shall receive ate roses were artistically arranged

I forest fire protection by the Florida Forest Service may be placed on and in the placed party at rooms.points The of Interest hostess -. Mrs.their D guest.T. Roberts last weekend and family Mr. and of :

the ballot so that citizens may say whether or not they want It. Already served a dessert course before Tampa; Mr .and Mrs. R. E. Ross LB.
thirty counties in thw state have their timberlands protected by the the progressions. When scores ter, Misses Eva and June Pate and 5 B'3 69

Forest Service At least eight others will\ vote on the issue in the November were added high, second high, and Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Dieaden, all CAN C COLD
7 general election. Bradford County Is one of these. "bingo" prizes were awarded respectively of Jacksonville; and Mr. and Mrs .
In view of the Important place that our forests have come to occupy to Mrs. P. D. Fancher,1 A. C. Carlton of Gainesville.
In our economy, it Is hard to believe that Bradford County voters to; Mrs. L. F. Chapman and to Mrs.C. Mr. and Mrs. Llbhart and their!
will do other than approve countywide fire control when they go to the M. Turney. Each received eta children, Sunny and Robin, have GLORY
polls next Tuesday With the adoption of this program, we believe that tionery. moved to their new home ten 8 OZ. GIBBS 'LARGE SIZETID

our county will have gone a long way toward the conservation and miles north of Jacksonville where ,
wise use of Its greatest natural resource-Its forests. Williams Baby they presently are operating II Pork & Beans lOc
j Chief Petty Officer and Mrs E motor court on route 17. Monday; CATSUPlOc
t FAITH IN THINGS SPIRITUALWe B. Williams announce the birth of evening a group of Intimate
a daughter, Harriet Virginia, In Farm friends surprised Mra. Lib-
live la a world that sometimes seems to have become almost
North Florida Clinic, Starka, on hart with an Impromptu "going
utterly materialistic\ world In which the black shadow of '
war once October 28. While Mr. William away" party at her home. Gifts
more threatens to engulf us. Yet in such a world matters of the III Mrs. Wlliams
on duty and their were presented to the honoree as: MilK 23'
spirit remain all-Important. baby> will be here with Mr* and mementoes of the occasion. Refreshments 3 29c
General Bradley, the chief military officer of the nation has writ Mrs. C". M. Roberta. consisted of CocaColasand can s
ten, "Our enemy has faith In things material. I do not hesitate to cookies.
say, as a soldier, that we must have faith in things spiritual. That Birthday Party Mrs. George Manassa and their
faith diminishes physical hardships and enhances physical valor. It Mrs Mark Sweat honored her baby daughter Christine, of Green LB. MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE MAINE OIL
daughter, Bobble FLAT CAN
Faye, with a Lb.8
can---and, I am sure, will-shorten our trial and speed our triumph." Cove Springs, were luncheon
The lessons of the Bible are eternal. They can aerve us all In party at her home Saturday after- guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. GStrlngfellow .
noon, October 28. The occasion 5C LEO79c
these difficult days. Monday. SARDINES
was the eleventh birthday anniversary While on vacation last week Mr.

REMEMBER: NOVEMBER: SEVENTHA of the honoree and about and Mrs. W. H. Morgan, Miss Dor-
thirty of her friends from
young
and
othy Morgan Billy Morganvialted
great privilege will ba enjoyed by the 'American people next the Farm and Ralford were present Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Hatcher In
weeka privilege they will\ find difficult to appreciate because It has to help celebrate. During the Oxford and enjoyed fishing In the
been handed down to them from generation to generation. On No- party hours out-door games afforded 25c'19c
vember 7 general elections will be held throughout the country. We I entertainment. PEACH S
should all remember voting Is the Individual's assurance of freedom. Refreshments were served inthe How RelieveBronchitis

There Is no ruling class in America, but the people who vote have dining room. Covered with a -
within their power the ability to decide what kind of government we hlte linen cloth, the table W4J'
centered with a beautifully decorated '
hall have.

burning birthday tapers.cake The topped hostess with was Crtomulslon it goes right to relieves the teat promptly of the because trouble ''f&&ciTi.snP( :'EfiIIILS

I Misted"in hospitalities by Mrs, to help loosen and expel germ laden
I Dave Thornton, Mrs. W. A. Kirk phlegm and aid nature to soothe and rR (a"1
land and Mrs. L. E. Moseley heal raw tender Inflamed bronchial ; l ._
: I Bobble Faye was the recipient of membrane Guaranteed to pl.iie you
DEPOSIT or money refunded. Creomulilon has
it I. many lovely gifts.Boy food the tot of millions of user. U.S. N0,1

t'"" INSURANCE The Scout State Activities Farm Den attendedthe CREOMUL'SIONL 10 1 lb. PICNIC STARKE D&D

j c-.... ao.t CNdy Aaete a-dIItli Potatoes 23C

.' HAS GONE UP- Starke regular Thursday monthly Pack evening.MeetingIn Oct.., : HAMS FRYERS!

..' 26. The Cub were accompanied
I by their Den Mother Mrs. R. p.
i McLendon. Other parents attending Let Us Thoroughly YELLOW Ib.1 39c lb. 49

were Mr. McLendon, Mr. and 31b. .
Mrs. Jim Bitch Mr. and Mrs. H Wash Your Clothes ONIONS 10Cm"BAG ,

'.,. \ M. Rlcharde, and Mr. and Mrs. E. ,
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C. Harden. Th Den 9 Pounds
gave an Interesting -

t' Ji r( ''I I, skit on the Navajo For 40c! PORK CHOPS lb. - 6
I Indiana that Included a war dance. f- ,
All Cubs were In uniform and un- FREE Bleach If Desired I
derwent Inspection.Mr. ORANGES lb. 19c 5
Federal Deposit Insurance Protection CHUCK ROAST Ib. - -A
hal gone up from a maximum limit of and Mrs. W O. Godwin of .
$5000 for the deposits of each de- Palatka spent the past weekend

saw potilor In this bank, to 10000. The with Sunday Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.J.Godwin G. Godwin.Sr., We Will FROZEN FOODS Rib or Brisket Stew lb. -!3

bank continue to the premium
f' pay and their visitors .were in Lawtey Dry Your Clothes '' '"" '' '
N % on this protection, to there It no cost with Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish DIXIANAStrawberries READY.TO-FRY 4
(i 1/-/' ( ) g to any depositor. for a surprise birthday dinner. The For 20cIn BREAKFAST BACON Ib.J

occasion was a celebration of the
riM Thia progrMkiv bank strong simultaneous birthday anniversaries New Automatic Driers SHRINE

1., with the confidence of ita of Mr. Reddish, who is 73 years WHITE BACON ft. 2
many customers invite your of age, and of W G. Godwin, who ._ ,
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buain.... Is 26. 29c
I Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher pkg. 69c pkg. BEEF 5
were guests of Mrs. Sidney Walker LIVER lb. _ -
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Florida Bank at Starke In Waycro Georgia. Sunday. The Washeteria ,
Gerald Cox of Orlando was the
n luncheon guest of Mr and Mrs. R Tempi Aye Stark SUPERIOR
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. What is county fire control? Whose lands would protected? Would fire lines be plowed? :

CTP- A county fire control unit is an organization jointly financed 2JHT-! } All lands wanting protection in the county would be pro DIF" Yes, but not indiscriminately over the entire county. The ,.
by the County and State for the prevention and supprestected from fire. Landowners, both large and small, would benefit cost of plowing miles and miles of fire lines, which may never be
lion of woods fires. This organization consists of sufficient per- equally. of service would be prohibitive. It has been found through experience -

sonnel, fire towers, telephone lines, radio equipment, trucks, trac that fighting fires with tractors and plows is much
tors and plows, and other equipment to give adequate protection Would the State or County control the forest lands of the. more effective and cuts the cost of fire suppression considerably. ,
to.the lands of the county from fires''. county? Should a landowner desire fire lines in an area of high hazard, or I

How was a decision reached to put this question before the voters U No, the fire control unit if i: for the protection of the wood. fire lines prior to control burning, these will be plowed, provided :
of Bradford County? lands from fire, and would not obligate the landowner to practice he is willing to pays the costs. A city fire department does I'The

-j Board of County Commissioners accepted by resolution good forestry or plant trees. not spray water on a house before it catches fire, and neither

a petition signed! by owners of more than 66,500 acres of forest Is a county-wide fire control unit u'ortllrchat it costs? would the Forest Service plow fire lines before a fire started.
land in Bradford County, and further went on record as
such a for this county. approving HF* Yes, it is worth to the people of the county, many, many 'What other services are gained along with a fire control units ?
program times what it costs. The pine tree is one of Florida's greatest 0 Pew A Farm Forester is already working in many counties lIe
1 this a tax on forest products? resources and if we do our part and protect it from fire, it will can.give advice, free of charge, to any landowner who has problems
!jJ3Bp- No, the county's share of the cost will be paid out of the help us know a better life ? concerning forestry These services i are i in addition I to those
General Revenue, or by a special fire control levy on all nonexempt offered by the fire control unit itself, and would be beneficial to
Would the fire control unit fight a house fire?
property. all. The radio and telephone communications system would be '
What is the county's share of the costs? DBF" Yes. The fire control unit is primarily a forest fire con- available in case of emergency or serious disaster and thereforeIJIIF'
/! '"" The county's share shall not exceed annually an amount trol but last year many homes' and other buildings were partial would also be a great asset to the county. r
equal to the number of forested acres in the county times 3c. ly saved by the quick action and modern equipment of the fire (
lIoweve.Jn no case can it exceed a 2-mill levy on the assessed control crews in other fire control units already in operation in If the people of the county vole lat'orabilltoward a county fire

valuatiorvpf: !non,-exemQt property. In.Bradford County it would "v other parts* of the State. control unit, when would operations begin? '

be lea*than one'mill. %1 Could a landowner* burn It 8 own lands if he wishes? JDBsp- If State funds permit i construction t would begin i on July 1, .

Are Homesteads exempt from a fire control tax? JE p-' Yes, he could, as long as he complies with Florida's Forest 1951, and fire suppression would begin the following year.

,,1IIf"-:J Yes, they are exempt, unless the assessed valuation to the Fire Laws. To comply with the law, which is State-wide,he must
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property exceeds $5,000.;" In most cases homesteads of 160 acres confine the fire to his own property and notify adjoining land.Who can on
or less are exempt from any taxation. If the landowner is not owners of his intention to burn at least one day and not more EJBff- Every qualified voter in the county, regardless of whether
paying taxes at present, then no fire control tax would be levied than ten days''in advance. It would be advisable! but 'not necess or not he owns land. All citizens would benefit from forest fire
control therefore, it directly indirectly affects each and every
or
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on property. ary, to notify the ranger in charge of that area.
How would such a fire control unit benefit someone who owns person In the county.
landowners who wished to
assist
Would the Forest Service control -
rerylittle land or no land at all? burn their own lands? Where would personnel and equipment be located?
due to the control of woods fires
The increased tree growth
would p IIF"- bring additional income not only to the landowner, but also %jf Yes, if possible, the ranger could give advice and would assist Sf& These details cannot be definitely determined until later.
landowners in control-burning their property. The ranger's Locations will depend considerably on whether the surroundingin
to the people not owning land, through additional employment
the timber. It would bring addition- work however, is fire suppression, and not the systematic burn. counties vote in favor of a countywide fire control program,
harvesting and processing this additional wealth would enable ing of large acreages of the county. A ranger must first put out where the tower sites can be secured, amount of State funds
al income to the county and any-wild fire which may be burning before he can assist with available, etc. However, both personnel and equipment will bo
roads, schools, churches, stores, markets -
the county to have better
other work. located so as to give equal services over the entire county.
,and a higher standard of living any
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should conserve every resource The Forestry Industry is God-given. It is right at '
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,.,, .c 2 T possible.Bradford County's forest products, grossed more the trees-all given and endowed by a a incompar'i' '''j I
Now why not make the best use of this
the County's maator. :.1
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:(.\".! $788,000 in 1948, which
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: Fire Protection this amount : l
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,,'..A! .. can be greatly increased. j
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benefit by Fire Control Every ., .,.
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FIRE CONTROL in the lower
to VOTE FOR COUNTY ;.
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the baker, the industry and from all of the countyindustries. greatest natural resource, and FOR the future of your ; :"" 1
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Districts. Opening day of the which =- --.:..;:
NJ rrssr_ Cr9 rflrr Sl nnrrr_ ret arerc Woman's Club Recently WedpL Forest Field Day Hunting Season new season! was changed from "on. are Hunting under Federal j ju ,

November 23 November 25: to November 23.Original Will be
Will Hear Forum Draws Big CrowdTo Opens on both Christmas and Pern:

"- On Local HospitalAn I Starke Last WeekLatest I Every-day hunting will be allowed -! uary 0 for deer closing, turkey dates, squirrel of Jan-, Day. ew!.,

this year only In NorthwestFlorida's bear and panther and February ,
forum discussion on developments In the use al
open Third District under "w
I for
5 quail were unchanged.
ways and means of continued operation of bark-chipping, acid treatment change of rule recently adoptedby I Shooting of hen turkeys will be .cTrTi
of the local hospital, now spiral cutter were "demonstrat the State Game and Fresh allowed In all Districts except
scheduled to close on Novembel ed at a Naval Stores Field Day Water Fish Commission./ HALconOL IS L.-\RGE
Office Florida's Second ;
Northeast Dis- IS A R.o\I> n
15, will be featured at the regula of last week on a huntIng roso ,
Phone 29 held Thursday Under the new regulations, -I trict, which includes Bradford SON, D-\Dt\\!
meeting of the Starke Woman', tract of land owned by the Powell I will be prohibited on Mondays, MiD 1S: SlULL: 00,'
__ =srssrstSsa--s. Club next Wednesday. The pro Turpentine Co., one mile south of Tuesdays and Fridays after the County. SLOW nUT !St.IIE'; : I'o ,
gram will be in charge of the Starke on U. S. 301. first four days of the season In the I Staggered hunting days will DR. J. J. IUnfil: OF to

_ Miss Yvonne Farnham Weds C. W. ColsonIn Health Committee.It Around 150 persons from north First. Second. Fourth and Fifth not be la effect on migratory birds TE IPF.a\sCf.:, 110..1..

Christian Church Ritual Last Saturday was announced that county and central Florida and south

and city officials and representatives Georgia attended this event, the I --- --- --, .'- -- -- =--='=-.- .-. '==
. On Saturday afternoon,'October of local Industries and civic first of Its kind to be held In Flor- ---.

_ 28 at 3:30: o'clock Yvonne Farn groups have been invited to participate ida this year. It was sponsoredby

ham daughter of Mrs. Eva Ray (Td In the discussion. All Interested the .Lake City Branch of the uNs MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE,,

of Starke and C. W. Colaon, son persons, whether members Southeastern Experiment Station ..
of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Colson of of the club or not are cordially Invited and Naval Stores Conservation

_ Starke, were united In marriageby to attend the meeting and Program In cooperation with the GUARANTEED REPAIRS:
the Rev. Homer Swlndall In the join in the discussion. Florida Agricultural:, Extension

First Christian Church. The regular business session of Service.' Watches, Watch Bands, Clocks, Jewelry, Pens, Lighters _
The double ring ceremony wa the club will be held from 3:30: un The program got under way at
performed beneath a bower of taU til 4 o'clock, at which time the 1:30: P. M. with a welcoming ad- "Your Printed Factory Guarantee-Is Just Like Money To Mel"Ray !

palms. Floor baskets of white forum will be opened.Woman's dress by K. B. Pomcroy officer In

gladioli were placed at vantage charge of the Lake City station. Marlin

__I points against the altar. Domnatlng J r. Club The response was made by L. G.
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To Meet Nov. 6 .
white cross covered with spray I Co.
I of fern. Cathedral tapers 1 In Ralph Clements of the Lake
Mr. Mr1.
The Junior Woman's club will and Frederick L.Vat-
the PUBLIShED: IN Tile INTEREST OF LOWERING THE WOE-EARNER'S
branched candelabra lighted WEEKLY
Powell
station the
meet for supper at the club house, "TH ,
lovely scene. p. Monday evening, Nov. 6, at 7 o'- ing their marriage which wa* an Pilot-plant Test, showing examples'
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Miss Farnham was given In marriage clock.A. event' of October 20 In the Pine I of poor acid treatment good acid

by her uncle, Arthur Young M. Selg business manager. Level Church. treatment, excessive acid treatment A RE-STATEMENT OF t&P
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blood, of Waldo. She was lovelyin of the North Florida CSHnlc. will -Photo by Hollywood. and good bark chipping. s
dress of forest I discussion of chemical stimulation -
a charming A
speak on the hospital situation.I
green fashioned along deep tunic Mr. and Mrs. Wedding Attendants and operating field problems '- LOW PRICE
I C. W. Colson are Mrs. R. A. Green will discuss the POLICY.
accessories black I conducted L. G. and .
f lines. Her were pictured above White was by
cutting: their wedding House conference for chil
shoulder of red I' W. C. Powell Forester Clem-
/with a corsage cake at the reception following dren. After the business meeting, and '
roses. their marriage here last Christmas seals will be preparedfor ents.New See if YOU don't agree that this policy helps you to save more on

I Miss Catherine Colson, sister of Saturday.-Photo by Tony Stevens. mailing. Hostesses wll be Miss and Improved naval stores your total weekly food bill. What's more advertised prices are

the bridegroom, was maid of hon Evelyn Stump..Mrs. D. L. Thomas, tools and equipment, Including the. guaranteed Thursday through Wednesday,even though market prices
1 or. She wore a dress of slate Mrs, T. C. Hazen, Jr., Mrs. W. C. new bark-puller, were demonstrated .
gray with black accessories' anda Christian Endeavor Powel, Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Mrs., by Milton Ryberg of the' Lake go up. ....

shoulder corsage of white rose Has Spook PartyRev. Vernon Silcox Mrs. C. 1.. Curry, City station. ( J.
buds. Following the addresses, actual
Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. Robert
Merle Grlder served as boatman and Mrs. Homer Swindall) Green Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. demonstrations, using regular labor -- H\\

and ushers were Cecil Douglas I were hosts Monday evening to J. R. Chaateen, Jr. were given in the field. -

and James Alvarez. members of Ute Christian Endeavor The regular meeetng of the hun-
of the First Christian Church at.ta Council Moves o II5tore'wd6 ,.
_ Mrs. Homer Swindall played the executive board was held Wednes low prices few
traditional masquerade Hallowe'en party. day evening at the home of Mrs. YOU instead oC a
wedding marches and To Open StreetA Ai.P gives .'.
The[ Swlndall home was effectively H. H. Adams.' daY .
also accompanied Mrs. Louise every
Lynn soloist, who sang "0 Prom decorated in the traditional Hal.lOWe'en motion to open Clark Street ?reds o{ items low (or a few d ayS. for

lee Me" and "I Love You Truly.'' ( colors of orange and black. Evelyn Deal Class from Pratt through Eighth was Items pr'iced priceS arc giiaranteCti .

I Mrs. Swindall wore a suit of Many games were played under Has unanimously approved at the City .t\a.P's adverdsea prices to up.hoU&h
I white sharkskin with a shoulder lights on the lawn and at the close Supper PartThe Council meeting last week. In a market :
helps
of the evening delicious refresh discussion the week, poUcy
Qf proposed
evenb
corsage of pink hibiscus. Mrs. Evelyn Deal Class of the open- one liev" tMs
Lynn wore a black and white aqua ments were served to the follow First Methodist Church entertained Ing, it was pointed out that it e save more, money. .
lug: Margaret Ann Douglas, would provide'an additional thoroughfare customers Item,
dress with black accessories.Mrs. Per- with a barbecue supper and Hal.lowe'en 1 : I its d on every I
Ray mother of the bride, man Roberts, Mary Sue Jackson,,. party In the recreation hall i for children going to mart-e. u know
wore a teal blue dress with black Beverly Leppe, Clara Douglas Dolores Thursday night of last week. The and from school and would con- Wilh\he, ordeccash ret5twhat S'UP yo
Newman. "sequently eliminate a traffic ha-
Albert
Newman,
accessories and shoulder ,
a corsage i
decorations, cards an
place and favors
of /white roses. Jeanette Douglas, Raymond Harp zard. It was also stated that the plus save a t 'As.P..

__ The bridegroom's mother, Mrs I Kathryn Colson, Wayne Douglas -i were miniature.black cats and or- Gwynn Thomas, son of Mr. and I' opening I is necessary to take care I yOU
ange pumpkins.Quests
Colson, was lovely In a forest Voncil Kelly, Oliver Aspln Mrs. J.V.. Thomas of Brooker,'of the City's expansion of utility
were welcomeJ at the,
green dress with brown accessories wall, Charles Newman, Elaine Co -I and Seletta Thomas, daughter of: I services which will have to beI '
and a shoulder corsage ol son, Shorty Kelly, Slgney'Jackson,.,! Sharon door by Hall Miss Ruby Green. Miss I II Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas of i( moved from Temple Avenue due \ _ _
white roses. Julie Jackson, Francis Douglas. I presided at the punchbowl I Starke, were attendants in the i i I to the widening of' U.S. Highway
and Miss Pat Lamba, class 301.
Assisting the hosts were Mlsse Thomas-Rivers wedding which
Immediately following the
ceremony
president, served as mistress of
Dorothy Johns and Marleen Kite, took place recently In the ,An-'I At this meeting the Council also
a reception was held In the, ceremonies. The Invocation was approved a permit for the erection (Prices shown here guaranteed
tloch Baptist Church in Gaines
home of Rev. and Mrs. Swindall
. ,: Outdoor given by Mrs. Herbert Deal. class I ville. of a gospel tent for evangelistic! Thursday, Nov. 2 through )Jr dntlJayNo ,8
which was decorated with a profusion Supper teacher.: services
on the D. E. Knight pro-
of flowers' African violets. For Herbert GreensMr. Highlights of the program included Wesleyan Guild perty, across from $Jhe L. J. Green
predominating: a talk by the pastor Rev.T. store. 1"J.
The table holding the three-tier. : and Mrs. Herbert Gree, Q. Mitchell and a duet, "Some Observes 'Quiet Day' H. Arnold appeared before the I "Supe -Hig1it" MEATS
d ed wedding cake was overlaid with whose marriage was an time," sung by Miss G.irnlta Hutto Council with reference to the open- [
I an Imported.lace cloth. The cake event, were honored October'j and O": S. Newcomb. The Wesleyan Guild of the ing of Alligator Creek south of FOOD

I was surrounded by fern and African -! outdoor supper party given Thurs Miss Sharon Hall read and dedicated Starke Methodist Church met In the East Call Street bridge. The STORE

I I violets. day night of last week by Mrs. A. a poem to Mrs..Deal and, on the church auditorium on Monday, Council advised Mr. Arnold that """'PER..UGUT"

The punch table was covered Z. Adkins, Mrs. W. E. Mlddleto behalf of the class presented her Oct. 30, for Its annual observanceof Sen. Charley E. Johns was contacting &1 Customers'Corner' Beef Chuck Roast, lb. .
iwlth a crocheted heirloom piece and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Th with a beautiful needlepoint pic- the State Road Department -
and /Was surrounded by fern and I setting for this occasion was the ture. Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell! were "Quiet Day." This custom, nor with reference to securinga "'PER-RIGHT' COOKED

pink hibiscus. Baskets of white summer home of the latter: on presented with a lovely pot plantas maly) confined to daylight hours, dragline for use on this project
Tenderized .
Picnics lb.
gladioli decorated either side of Kingsley Lake. a gift from the cln... was necessarily a night program and It was believed that it wouldbe -

the tables. Assisting In serving Supper was served buffet style Contests 'were enjryed during because Wesleyan Guild Is made taken care of in a short time It takes teamwork

were Miss Dorothy Johns and Mrs. from' a table placed on the terraceIn the evening, and prizes were i- of The application of Broward E. Fancy Sliced Bacon lb. pkg. .
Louise Lynn. front of the fireplace. Covered warded to the winners. up working women. I I Akerldge for a permit to operate among a lot of people to ,
-I Those from out of town attending As Mrs. Titus Olson conducted the ''a taxi cab in Starke was approved
concluding note Mrs.
with a Deal
a green cloth the table was operate your A&P store.
I the ceremony were Harold centered with fall fruit and leaf gave, a few of her negro dialect program, serving as mentor ,for I by the County, provided that the Azalea Weiners, lb., .
Riles, Mrs. Hazel Cone and Levon arrangement, balanced by stories from her collection, "Cot the various members taking, part applicant qualifies with the conditions First there are the
orange
Andrews of Ocala, Mrs. Angus I of the taxi ordinance.The .
candles In old iron holders. ton Bolls. Her closing poem was a. follows: Looking-Mrs. T. O. farmers and It.'PER.R.GUT' .
Healing and daughter, Mary VIrginIA City Clerk was Instructed to manufacturers -
"Aunt MIttle and God. Mitchell '
The honor guests were ; Longing-Mrs. C. J. Pork Loin Rib Roast lb. .
of Worthlrgton Springs, with some of their chosen presented Twenty-nve guesta enjoyed this Frazier; Loving-Mrs. C. S. Par- notify all gas companies making who grow and ,
Mr. deliveries of manufactured
and Mrs. Arthur Youngblood pal gas
of Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan tern of sliver as a remembrance 01 lovely affair. ler tin; Learning-Mrs. M. W. Cress- for cooking and heating purposes process "the foods we: sell, "PBH-RIGHT" .
; Uvlng-Mrs. Mitchell.
Lynn and family of Alachua. the affair Mr. within the City of Starke that and our skilled buyers Beef Brisket lb. .
and
Mrs. Stern After the -
__ After the reception the couple Enjoying this occasion with the program collectionwas their current licenses and all past .
left for a brief wedding trip In hostesses and honored couple Hosts On Hallowe'enMr. taken to aid various missionary due licenses must be paid not later who purchase hem SPMIMO:
South Florida. Upon their return were about eighteen guests. endeavors of the Methodist than Nov. 1 or they would be
Mr. and Mrs.:' Colaon will be at and Mrs. W. A. Stern were Church. subject to 'arrest upon doing business Then there are the Leg of Lamb, lb. .. .

home In the McKinney cottage on Baptist WMU NoticeCircle hosts to their neighborhood children I 'The: Wesleyan Guild will meet within the city after that thousands of people be-

at a Hallowe'en Party again on Monday, Nov. 27, .
Call Street. Tuesday in the date.The hind the who Whiting H&Dlb. .
members of the Baptist evening at their home on Sunday School building at 7:30: ( Council approved the following scenes o/<- ,

BIRTH ANNOUNCED WMU will hold their meeting Lafayette Street. They were assisted P.M. changes on the 1949 tax erale our: warehousingand
In roll; Gary Ennis, allowed homestead -
next ". entertaining by their
afternoon
Tuesday
3
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd an- clock at the following homes at : o daughter, Miss Louise Stern. WSCS NoticesCircle exemption; E. L. Manlre, allowed (leliveryaciliti'es.. FRUITS & VEGETABLES
nounce the birth of In North homestead
a son The guests exemption; Eli-
Lorena Epperson Circle 1, Mrs enjoyed poppingcorn And finally there
Florida Clinic Thursday morning, za -. Hall, allowed homestead are
and
other
B. traditional Hallowe'en tile
T. Thomas, leader; will meet members of Methodist
Nov. 2. with Mr. Annie Richard at the fun and frolic. WSCS will hold their regular exemption: R. O. Nunnery allowed the fine loyal men ahd) APPLES, Red Delicious, 2 Ib. .

-'--. -, : State Farm. Daisy Fowler Circle Those enjoying this occasion monthly meetings Monday after tollman[ homestead, personal exemption tax reduction; Nelle H. women in our stores who
= 2, Mr. F. J. Shaw, leader, will with the hosts were Ray Judd, noon at 3 o'clock. : CABBAGE lb. .
W. H. Nollman, Jay in and Green Fresh
meet with Mrs. O. R. Mathews Bobby Benton, Patsy Grew, Lar- Circle 1 will meet with Mrs. I. : E. A. Winkler personal, tax reduction day out, are ; ,

D Mr.. Cula Voran. co-hostess. Ida ry Bowen, Suzanne Judd, Mr. and P. Shepherd, corner of Washingtonand / reduction.The personaltax striving to make your .
BILCTARKE Darby Circle 3, Mrs. W, I* An- Mrs. M. R. Judd and Adolph Weller streets; Mrs. Berths Clerk was Instructed tq A&P a better place to 'LETTUCE, Iceberg, 48's

FL-:.' rews, leader, will meet with Mrs Frlcdenberg. Pearce, leader. Circle 2 will meet j order a new broom for the street

B. Lennon, Mrs. R. A. Thomas, with Mrs. W, A. Bessant on Madi. weeper and the order for traffic; shop. ONIONS, yellow, med., 2 lb. .
o-hostess., Dora Alderman Circle Birthday Party son street; Mrs. L. D. Green, lead signs placed with the Dominion You
FrU tt Sat., Nov S Si 4 4, Mrs. George Flynn, leader, will For Larry NoegelLarry er. Circle 3 will meet with Mrs. Signal Co. of Richmond Va., by can help this POTATOES Red Bliss 5 Ib. .

DOUBLE FEATURE meet with Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Foster, Shi Smith on Madison Councilman Bridges, was approved. team serve you by telling ,

The Doris Knight Circle Mrs i Noegel was the honor street: Mrs. Tom Slade, leader. us }how .
.
think
.
Fighter Squadron T. Frank Landrum, leader, will guest at an outdoor party Saturday you we can SWEET POTATOES, 5 lb.

Edmond O'Brien, Robt. Stack meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clockIn afternoon, Oct. 28, i in celebration Beta Sigma Phi 'Talking Mule' improve your A&P.

ANDHopalong the Education Building. The of his fifth birthday anniversary Please write
Business Wome,,'. -, Has Surprise Has Featured Role :
Circle Mrs at the home of his parents' Party FAVORITES
Cassidy Kate Sheppard. leader, will meet Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Noegel. In New Park Film Customer Relations PANTRY J
(Win. Boyd) in Nov. 13 at 8 o'clock In the Educatlonal. Twenty of his little friends were I Members of the Beta Sigma Phi Department
.
Mrs.
sorority surprised Ned Yan- ,
Renegade Trail Building.Hallowe'en present to enjoy the occasion with cy at a lovely stork shower Mon Described as the funniest film A&P Food Stores )IIIU-Dal N.. 2HalfSlice
him and he surprise in five
received many nice j years by some .
_J Cartoon SS Chap. 1 of Party &[.Iftsi Outdoor games .were enjoyed on day Cherry evening Street.at Mrs. Yancy's. home critics, "Francis"-the story abouta 420 Lexington AvenueNewYork Pineapple .

"Winners of the West" At and refreshments of Ice talking mule-will occupy the 17. N. Y.
ParsonageA cream and cake were served late I The sorority's colors of black j Park Theatre screen here Sunday, lona Peaches No. 2'/ '
Sun., Moo. Tuva, Wov. 5, 6, 1 Hallowe'en In the afternoon. Candy was givenas annd gold were carried out In the Monday and Tuesday, starring in ,
party was
Saturday evening by members enjoyed of favors. delicious chocolate cake chiffon served which had addition to Francis (the talking Scotties Facial Tissue A.. P...
with gold frosting I 13c
mule) Donald -
Miss
FRANCISStarring the Kay Rowland assisted Mrs O'Connor Patricia
Senior
and
Youth Intermediate Methodist Noegel in caring for the guests. bearing the lettering "Beta Medina Zasu Pitta, Ray Collins Pork & Beans, 21 oz. _'__
Donald O'Connor Methodist Fellowship at the' Sigma Phi: on top. and John McIn tire. Dash Dog Food 2 for 27c ,''

Plus News & "Home of Mercy"' Outdoor parsonage.games, led by Jinr-iy Mrs. Grady Hostess Mrs. Yancy received many This slap-happy comedy per. White House Milk Tall 2 (for
lovely gift from the 20( assembled trays the history of Swifts
Rowe a talking army Cleanser
.
recreation .
chairman. Oleeta lIe
Wed. II Thar, Nov. 8 & 9 Green and Mrs. :To WCTU MembersThe guests. mule who teamed up with a 2nd
T.
O. Mitchell, App
DOUBLE! FKATUBia loole to lick 10,000 Saps, drive -..... Smi .
were enjoyed. Refreshments consisted Park Street borne of Rev. Service three generate nuts, and darn Lava Bartlett Pears ,No., 1 Tall--
.
of OfficerIn near Soap 2 for ,
doughnuts
I .Was A der. and apple ci and Mrs. S. J. Grady was the I wreck the U. S. Army. ,Plenty of 19c

scene of the October WCTU meetIng Starke TodayJohn romance and adventure Is thrownIn ........ Bap AP

SHOPLIFTERScott Doris Knight CircleThe clock.last Miss Friday Olive afternoon Ray presided at 3 o'- S. Cook. Assistant State The for good producers measure.Universal International Sweetheart Soap. 2 for' 17cIII Apple Sauce, No.2.. -

Mona Freeman and Rev. Service Officer, will be In Starke
Brady by request Grady gave say that "In our humble .... Bur
Doris Knight Circle of the the devotional on the topic "Faith Friday, Nov. 10, from 8:30 until 10
PLUSFederal First Baptist Church will meet and Prayer." A. M. for the purpose of assisting opinion "Francis" la the greatest CainaySoap . 12c

Tuesday night Nov. 7, at 7:30: o'-. A very Important forthcoming all veterans or their dependents comedy to come out of this .war

Man clock in the education building. event of the local Union U the with any claim; for benefits to about period.the But picture the very Is that nicest no thing mater Kirks Soap gc A&P Food StorThe <

Win. Henrjr, Pamela Drake The program will be In charge of membership drive and luncheon tobe which they may be entitled because how the war affected .
Mrs. EX Lawson, chairman. Hostesses of military service. you personally Co.
held November 15. A Jax Tea
Plus Latest News "Francis" will warm your Cleanser 12c Great Atlantic and Pacific:
will be Mrs. J. T. Lawson At the close of the meeting rereshments Mr. Cook may be contacted at heart with its tasting laughterand fl a

-= Mrs. Leslie Biggs and Mr. Robert were served by the the office of County Service Officer with its wonderfully joyous Crisco 1 lb. 300 East Call Street, Starke,
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NOVEMflER 3. 1930
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_%-rsrs -S ssra-r 4-r s r.j9&ddnaeul Mr. and Mrs. L. K Childs of :Miss Joan Carpenter has accepted ocketship..M delUWill NCCW Iid Court at Starke' Florida this !a The Clmlt c..r Of FI.rl..

Fort Pierce spent the weekend I a position as receptionist Deanery 87th day of .rA..A..J D. 1,50. eighth, Judicial C'fll !. A.4K

with Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swin- at the Diattinger Photo Studio In Float Above Meets At St. Edwards OFFICIAL A*SEAL Clerk. ) of ..J..h.. Thomas Court. ; .r nradford. (. ..a*.ry.

: dall. A. 3. ,Thomas Jr., Stark., florlil*. P. D. Reddish and Until ReddIsh, '
:
: Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Florida Theatre Next Tuesday Ally for Vlt. 1113 4t IIjU his wife, "llnUt.Horace Uunterand
50 Xmaa. Card* Imprinted with R R. Thede of Jacksonville V hi. wife- i-,>*-

your name $1. Hollywood riiotogrrapher. 1 In Clrri.lt Court, II red for* C..HBty. Ivndanta.
spent Tuesday with her mother An exact replica of a rocketship St. Edward's Parish Auxiliary Florida In tlmiieorr.Martha Order *f Pabllratlo* nod. Netle to

4: Jpnelrro. tf Mrs. Q. B. Brown. will float 500 feet. above the Florida of Starke and the pastor, Father L.. I'oaraon Plaintiff v*. Appear, SI'ATW .. .0110. Telliuitiu

Miss Dorothy Ross, Bradford Friends of Mary Sue Epperson Theatre during the two-day engagement Rowan T. Rastatter, will be hosts Flutt O. Pearson Ovfemlant.I'M* No. .SHI Ills wife* Uunlor who..and.*Vtrelna and Ount.r.* *
..
** County home demonstration agent will be happy to hear aha returned of "Rocket hlp X-M" to the ml-annual meeting of Order ef Putillratlon end Notice t. dr.*. t. Unknown.You .

I T. H Morris and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty and attended the state convention of home from Riverside hospital last Sunday and Monday Nov. 5, 6, the St Augustine NCCW Deanery Appear(I. TtTM I'earnon OrFl.whose. )lllllTo residence IPlatt tult has-are ben hereby Instituted notified ln> that the a-.

and Mrs. Kate Dixon spent daughter Gerry spent Sunday the association In St. Petersburg Sunday and expects to return to Manager I. H. Harris announced on Tuesday, Nov. 7. I I. Unknown: buys num.*! court an
1 1'1" Auburndale with Mrs. with their cousins, the Milton St. last Friday and Saturday. Miss her studies at BUS on Monday. yesterday.The Very Rev. Father P. E. Nolan, December You arc lIlt required, 1950 In to appear the above on i.,ace ubov Uunler named plaintiff and airalnct Uunter.hi Hor-. '.

!,7s"ter! Mr* Jack Mdn- Peters in Gainesville. Mrs. St. Ross Is chairman of the central Patrolman and Mrs. Hal P. Gil- Florida feel that it Is honored D. D., pastor of St. Paul' Parish named Court.. anil catiae, wherein wife, a* Volhua! tbat the I"
.k" ,
plaintiff divorce, 'I
) 1
rare, cu*- I. th*
Ouraln McIntyre me Peter, A former resident of Starke district of the association. In being the first theatre in r.le.uUeh. touclo..r. ul
Uttle len of Fernandlna. formerly of Jacksonville Is Diocesan toclv and control of minor children. mortgage dated ti4n /-
them home. was confined to the Alachua Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Inglerlght of this district to show "the screen's NCCW Director IVadford Countv Telegraph' and will
Starke celebrate
panled were Friday night iruests shall nuhltuli' this Order. In next curded Mortgage Hook 14 ut
Is visiting her County Hospital from Wednesday Franklin, Ind.. residents of Staike first story of man'a conquest of the four weekly: Infiliea. tit the
KM. 0 W White of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yawn. They I Deanery Mass at 9 A. tag. *t seq. thereof of current -

tn.laW! and daughter, Mr. and through Sunday. five years ago, returned here Monday visited the Nelson Greens on Sat space" Manager Harris said. I' M., In St. Edward. Church on Wltneaa Starke,mv Florida hand,and this official November*etat Cunty publIc, Flurlda.records and for of other Bradford tfn

Boone In Jackson, Connie J. -lIeelers. All col and intend to make their homeIn uroa '. The rocketshlp replica. which Temple Ave. Business sessions and linoFriCIAr rat rilf, covering and pvrtaln :
B. F Starko_. ... will float for two days above the SISAL' ) A, J. Thoma Ins to the following described property t '
ors. At STUMP'S.Mr. --- Remington portable typewriters) will be held in St..Kdward's Hall, A* Clerk of paid Court. ltuace in J4raord County 1' "
I Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr. theatre, will be floodlighted 'and By Haven. CYoiiby. Clerk.
and Deputy
and will be conducted the to wit i.l.The
W. E. Thorntonnt and Mrs. Terms if denirnl. Bradford CountyTelegraph. by .'lu.td.
Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Martin .1. Pearl 311 ronnolldated
r.lnd daughter will ba the center of attention for
Clair North Half of the following
Jean. Mrs. tr;
S. M. V. Johns J. B. president of the deanery, Mrs Hlila-. Jarkinnvllle. Florida'
Orangeburgr. .
.
week spent the denurlbed On Halt ft
last weekend in Sapp and Mrs. .F. A. Moore and I I all to walk or ride along Call Edward Alt re. for Pit. 1113 4t hISS/ I pro..y abl'
daughter, Mrs. Salgrunson. Dillon. B.C. Mrs. Canlpelli of Jacksonville, in tn* Duu.nw. .11." ot the foU 5cJ.
with their where they visited visited the Foster Memorial in Milton St. Petei and Miss Street. lowing1 devcrlbed piece of land, to'tj F.
Mrs. Reddlah's slater Mrs. Beryl Holland of Gainesville were The Rev. Father George Cum-, I.. Circuit (""nrt.. Ilrmlrerd County wilt JUMi ot Block tt South Hauc S 5
Victor Mrs. i thrills
T. .
A. Something now in screen .
Steel of Gainesville I FlurUlai In ( .......r?. Wet of Simon J. fetub-
a Lily Lewis of Apopka la the Berry and also visited in Raleigh, White Springs on Sunday. luncheon guests Wednesday of Mrs Is lit- store for movie fans who visit mlngs pastor of Blessed Trinity I j nrothy Holier 'Piai ntiff. V*. I dlvl"lol of land o. Ttupl''elple. Mill, .fF,

I of her son and daughter-In- X. C.Mr.. Mrs. Harry Mooty.\ the Florida X- Parish In Ocala will speak at Tlmman Tlollern.. JJefetidantCane *. .. f..tUD. booth of trlock tfKan
!st, Bertha Pearce was hostess during "Rorketshlp l No. HI8,1 ** 4 oC HW" and more
and Mra. James Lewis. and i Mrs. Emma Creech and Mrs. the luncheon to beheld at Key Order of rnMlcatlnii. sal Kutlee to I '
jr( Mrs. W. J. Studstlll to the Canasta Club Tuesday even- M" engagement. It tells the story .. ImiUoularly davrlbd a* being one
to her home after Rosalie Crtitchfleld stone Inn. following the Dean- \fprttr. rVI'W <)!' ....n.lI\ Tot half acre In aouthwt corner of
were of St. -
returning In Augustine
Lakeland Ga. of five Intrepid scientists who attempt ,,
over the Ing.Mrs. 'Tltonia Mollern, whose' residence. I la Nii-v i.f .. at .o. ai, '.
(Ling. the past to** months with weekend visiting Mr. Studs t ill's C .IT Quick:, Sr.. spent last will spend the weekend with to reach the moon via ery.Mrs. unknown la and whose poatofflee addree U Mouth tW Rnle I.Koet. TvwllblJ
daughter, Mrs. Carlos Shank. brother and Mrs. CMlt hfield's daughter Mrs. What follows Is Clifford Mclntlre of Winter tinS 4S6 Trumanvvllle. New Ainu: at Southeast cornerof
I ( family, Mr. and Mrs. week hunting In Ludowlcl Ga. rocketahlp. a y"rkYIJII:: 11"111
Roanoke Va.Irs. J. Marlon at Park diocesan NCCW president are required to I flock ., of Itang 4 W., of ,
F. Payne Lake.
on
fc (family in Studstlll. Mrs. p. D. Reddish and Mrs. Kingsley series of harrowing adventure December. Sib, IflttG, In appear. titmun. J. Teiitle's Suii-dkvlslon and S0I
I. J H. Morris and daughter Mrs. M C. Ford and daughters, Cecil Sewell were i In Palatka Monday Mrs. Creech will also visit her that build up to a spine-tingling will be welcomed by the n..m.1"ourt. and cnu.e,the wherein UBltoie run North and 71 d..r.e. W

'Ia, jirs. Kate Dixon and Ou- Suzanne and Sarah Frances of on business. niece Miss Thelma Green, while crescendo at the climax of the dennery delegates/ for the first plaintiff and eeeka control, divorce;of minor,A care children. cuetody I North iNUW lHt r..t degrees. to *East* .; (Nlllil*)

(i McIntyre were recent visitors Sumter, S. C., returned to Starke Star Brand dress & work here.Miss picture. time since her election last Hrndford County Telegraph shall I loh.....l along at, In.. o( land
last Lucille Alvarez who under spring. She will give highlightsof tin"Minn this Older In next four week .ull to <: Ii.
Springs. week
liver where ptake "* and 71
they will make shoes for men & boys at ly Inane*. ; degree
rrL H. C Boyer has returned their home in the Lou Struth home went an appendectomy at the BeefIs the Silver Jublliv Conventionof Wltnee* mv: hand anil nfflclnl aealHI K S71k;> llfli/a feet to eat boundry
month's visit with rela- on Madison STUMP'S.Mrs. North Florida Clinic last Friday, Tenderay the National Council of Catholic t-lnrke, Florida, this October of void block C t of Hang S WI
,L a street JNth IB thence South and degrewa Wtai8W .4
IIO.
recently Guy Andrews and 1
.In Ohio. Kentucky. VirginiaWest by Mrs. Ford. Mrs. W.purchased son will return to her home Saturday. Back At Lovett'sErnest Women held this month In OFFtCIAf. SKAL' ) A. .T. Thomfl ( > 163ta lust eOor"r: tfl. beginning
,
D.11'axon Tommy and Mrs.
Stella Andrews Cleveland Ohio.Immediately Aa Clerk of naJd' Court ; saiI land,
Virginia. who has spent the past are visiting Miss Nannle Graham Special prices on ladies'coat ny Haven (Crosby: T>er.utv Clerk "elnl situated In the touth..t'.or.
Ir.and Mrs. E. U. Charbonneau eight weeks with suits at STUMP'S.Mr. Phillips manager of Lov following Mass alight hay Helilen\ old"n rilllldlnePay.. SHuck S B., of .,
her daughter Sanders i In Wytheville Va. this of Minion J. Temple' felub-dlvlMlon
ett's that toiiA Reach Florida
breakfast will
announces Tenderay be served to
|vtd this week from Worches- Mrs. Ford returned to her home week and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and Att3lN. for r-lf. 1113 4t 1114In of the NKVt Of the 8WVi of Section
I HUM. and will spend the next here in Starke family of Jacksonville spent the Beef is back In the store's market. those who have received Holy !. HI, Town.hip tuuth. Hang 13 Bat

I months In their winter home In I Ikf. I Iin. I Mr. and Mrs. also Joe last P. Tomlinson week. children Mr. and of Mrs.Detroit Cloyd Mich.Masters were and weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. The manager explained that be-j Communion Mrs. Harry L. Klorldai Circuit..Court.(Chancrry Itradfwrd County, Bradford 63100| !,. an.. acre,, and more oontalnlng or-'
fore the recent Jr.
enlargement Morgan of Keystone less, except a strIp rrvd fora
Hutto. Emanuel Janie. Karhan
.. .. Plaintiff
I received word the past weekend weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs.A. the store the facilities-- were not Heights president and membersof v., Loan:: Ountln Karhan: Defendant. road. or ntrevt on the at border
McIntyre and son, that Mr. and Mrs. L. A. and of described '
Jack their grandson Jackie Cook, W. Masters.Mr. Davis Can. No. HO .bov. I.nd.
r of Auburndale arrived Prl'lo son of Mr. and their nephew A. M. Moore of adequate for handling this popularline the host parish Auxiliary will Order of Publication sod NoticeAppear <0 Aleoi Begin at the Bouthw.a
Mrs. R J. Cook, and Mrs. Dillon Whistler of and It had to be discontinued."I be In charge of the breakfast' TTH OP FMIIIIIlt To corner of the NICV* of th IWoC(
spend the weekend with of Lakeland Ga.. had broken his Neptune Beach were visiting the Blackshear Ga.. spent Wednesday Leah Oiletln htarhan WhOse real- Section twenty-oil (11) ..
that which
W. E. Thornton. Ourain Mc- arm but Ashing at the Davis' camp near know our customer will will be served In St. Edward's dene I I. Unknown Hang S3 lilaat, and run SO degrees
was getting along nicely. Carl Mathews over the weekend.. You East of North ill f. to the '
be happy to learn that Tenderay Hall.. are required appear on *t southeast -
tre will return home with her Mrs. Cook Is the former Evelyn' Floyd Hostetter of Gainesville Grandin. Mr. Moore was the house I December 4th, :1060, ,' the above Corner of Wti of Bile C 0.
Is back Mrs.
l.itr.'' Tomllnson guest of the Del Colleys a few days Phillips aald. "It is Canlpelli will call the named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff Hang* 4 W of Simon J. Temple's
Starke. was the weekend guest of Bruce specially processed for Lovett'sand meeting to order at 10:30: A. M. seeks divorce. Bradford Hiib-dlvlMlon thenc 19 degr..*
|>ger Wells of Jacksonville was Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Mathews. this week.: County Telegraph nhall publish this East of North alon.Kaat lln. of
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleehad Is sold under an unconditional truer 'In n.xt four weekly: lue. i"r" feet thence
| Mike ;
in: ? sons and John, were Mon Michael Pickering had as his moneyback guarantee.. \Viroesi my hand and official' seal et\J t of North los fet
other old friends In Starke day evening dinner guests of Mr. weekend guest, Charles Holbert of as their Sunday guests, their Special ServiceAt at Hlarke., Florida Ihln October to west said NHt4! of HWHt
nephew and family Mr. and Mr*. ""In our enlarged. store we have Slot, i 19110 thence 807 ft to point of
| Friday. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes in Jackson- Jacksonville Beach. Methodist ChurchIs O.FICrAr. ARAL) A. J Thom beginning: The parcel. thu bounded
v 1 T. G. Mitchell returned on ville. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and Edwin Blitch and children. Shirley adequate facilities for serving the Clerk of ald Court. being. a portion fit the WU of Bile
after attending and George of Dade City. public with this superior quality Memorable Event Ry Haven Croihy, Deputy" Clerk d a. Hange 4 West of Simon J.
Intiday : a.day Buddy 'Faxon from Florida sons, Tom Marc and Bruce. visited Iii, IH34In Tan."..,. Hub-dlvlelon; and .ltuated -
Mr and meat and I am most happy to be _. C
.' Florida-Georgia Public Southern % Mrs. W. H. Noll man In the Southwest corner of
University spent the Mr. and Mrs.\ Loudon Sr., Key- Sunday was a' big dy In the Circuit I Court, the of
Seminar of the Metho- spent last Sunday in Jacksonville: able to make this announcement .ler. Cownty, Nh\ HWV4 of Section SI.
tloni weekend with his mother. Mr.. W. stone Heights Sunday evening. history of the Starke Methodist Klerldnl In Clmwieery.Rocco .. I H. HangS .2 Ka"t, Brad
Church at Epworth-by-the D. where they attended the christening '. Phillips said.Brooker Cnpntl. v*. Maria ford County, and contain
Faxon. PI.'I.tt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and of their Church as members, friend andformer Cniiutl." ,.. ,' { No. 513IcS.v Ing 8410l| ( of Florid.more or !..*.
it. Simons Island, Ga. Mrs. F H. Long had daughters Janet and Jane granddaughter, Emily of I'nhllcatloK Noticetnpeiir t. .
as her Sun spent And you and each of
I pastors and their wives you are
Janelle Dawklns CarnivalIs NTVCrl nf "' TIM l.r.
S. T. Dell of Gainesville day young daughter 1.011" by to In
r. guests Mr. last appmtr
and Mrs. Richard Saturday In Brooker as the Mm, (' r.quI'.d
gathered In la Whose I I. '
a special *
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dawklns at rt'cognltloneervlt'e ''' r..I..n" '- caua on liecember 4,
,
|tin weekend guest of Mrs. .Toe
Thede i unknowm
and son Ricky and Dr. and guests! of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Huge SuccessThe marking the last to and to then Serve your answer
the First Methodist worship [ You sire to :
Church. required
appear on
Mrs. Wilson had her They
nfl i as Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll Barry.Mr. :5't defense on plaintiff at*
and children be held In the present buildingsoon December 4th, 1950, In the .hlv.
also attended a* required by othr
I last week Miss Melba Connie and Bryant Jr., of I and Mrs. M. F. Hazen andI a family dinner partyat annua' Brooker PTA Hal to be torn down to make named plaintiff Court seek.and cause, wherein' the allegation of law th. bill ofcomplaint
the San way dlvorco. Bradford
Jose
fellow of the State Farm. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. '''m. N. i I I Mrs. Lillie Cone of Brooker toured I Country Club lowe'en Carnival wall held SaturdAY for a new sanctuary County Telegraph hall publish this ed will l>* taken aa confe***
given by Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Daw- by you. tradford County Tel**
r and Mrs. R. P. Stubbing had Long and daughter. Mary Dena. of:, Southeast Florida a few days last kins Sr. Covers were laid for 12. night, Oct. 28 In the down Some 2flO/ members and friends! Order Witness In next my: bund four and weekly official. (issues.*ealat graph shall publish this I .order In

heir weekend guests from Tal- Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Comer -'I' week and also visited ;Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd of St town area. A chicken pilau sup- took part In the service and then fitarke, Florid. this October ite next four my hand weekly and Issues.WItness official,. eat

tn, Jack Buford Miss Libby A. Long of Miami. I I W E. Plummer at Eau Gallle and per was served with pie as d"s- /gathered in the recreation hall of tUb.OFFICIAL inn URAL) A. .T. of aald Court at Stark.., Flurlla.

rnbtrger( and J. Hall. To- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and, Mr .and Mrs. Alph Hazen In Or. | Petersburg were Saturday guests the education A* Clerk of said : thla 3 day of' October 110.
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman sert.The building where baskets Hv Haven (OFFICIAL HI3AL) A, J.
with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crnnbr. Deputy Thnm.//
ier children and
Jane lando. King Contest
and Jimmy of. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd also attendedthe Queen of food brought by those attending Wm, It. J".nn. tO t7 Clark A* Clerk of said Court.A. .
.they attended the Florida Gainesville I Mr. and Mrs. E. Hardy had was Edward Endlcott Ing1. J.ok .
spent the weekend with I J. as won by the service!, were Florida. I 3. Thomas, Jr., Stark, FloridaAttya.
spread
nan' football game Saturday< Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adktns. j! their dinner guests Friday evening christening of their young and Jackie Mott of the 3rd long tables running the length on of Alty for Plf, hIS Ct ll14| 'I for Mr.. I US C 11U4 ,
I neice Emily Janelle Dawklns. In
.
,.
r. and Mrs. Leonard F. Smith Little Nell Moorer three year) of last week, Mrs. Charles Hardy.Sr. Jacksonville Runners-up were Donald the room. '14f4h

and son, of Penney Farms old daughter, of Mrs. Jacqueline ., and Mr..end Mrs. W. H. Bryan Sunday. and Jackie Green 9th grade'j: During the 11 o'clock: service A t the !

Friday night guests of Mrs. Moorer received a partial fracture and children of Gainesville and Mr. John Green and Judy .. conducted by the pastor, Rev. T. O.Mltchhnll S slg/llest suggestionS

hi parents. Mr. and :Mrs. R. of her shoulder bone last week and Mrs. D. P. Hardy and children Midget Baseball grade Gene Edwards.and Nancy tribute was paid to an opportunity to talk."GOOD.EATS" .

,,11 while playing. [of Hampton. Enjoyable FeatureOf Hlers. let grade; Hewey Crosby I the more than 37 devoted pastorsand

">. Robbie ShaUer and son ? Mr. ahd Mrs. L W. Koch and, "Coihan-.' Gold Stripe Nylon and Barbara Rnborn. 7th grade. hundreds. of faithful members

Ray Tiley and Bertha Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudglns and hose at STUMP'S. PTA Carnival R: M. Hiers, PTA president, who have nerved! the church since I e

V" visited Mrs. Shaller's sonv daughter of Arcadia formerly off Mr and Mrs. L. O. Nichols had The Midget Baseball League crowned the King and Queen and its organization here 87 years ago

and daughter: Mr. and Starke, attended the Methodist ;! as their weekend guests Mr. and played a double header for the P. presented all contestant with gift It wan announced that there is HOT FOOT to theAVERY
.
James Brown Godwin, In Homecoming services Sunday. Mrs. V. H. Nichols of Jacksonville.Mr. T. A. Hallowe'en Carnival Friday as a thank you. now a total of $44,000 In the buildIng i

i Glade over the weekend. Mrs. Thomas G. Ritch i \ and Mrs. Lex Green attended
of JackSonville -I night at the ball park with fund and It Is estimated that
approximately -
r. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson spent Sunday with her the Democratic meeting at the 600 in attendance, Taxes Now Due approximately $33,000: more will be INN
I
ton, J. E., were Sunday visitor parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown. George Washington Hotel In Jack- and contributed the full amount needed to complete the project. B.

I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Slaugh- Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Edwards of sonville Monday. of over $80 to the P. T. A. Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reminded. F. Hall will be the contractor.Among .

]m Jasper.In. Jacksonville and Miss Dorothy Friends of Miss Nina Bishop In the first game the boys 8 to .the public this week that Ute many attending Sun- 312 N. Walnut St.

E. M. Rooks of Gainesville Wynn and A. Z. Adkins Jr., of will be sorry to hear she fell off a i 12 group played a fine. Interestinggame 1000 taxes became due on Nov- day' service from out of town PHONE
16
I tin weekend guest of Mr. and I Gainesville ,were Sunday guests of ladder while decorating for the I and kept the fans as well a* ember 1 and If paid this month were Mrs. Martha Fischer of Or- -

V. Galls.wRIFER Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkina.CIJASSIFIED PTA carnival. last. Friday and themselves on their feet most of will be discounted four percent.In lando and Mr. K. M. Rook of

broke her heel. Mrs.- u.- .-'. -towards -- the time. The Giants finally de. December the discount Gainesville, both wives of former Lunches Daily Diners Daily .

is replacing. Miss Bishop In tented the Dodgers 5-4. For the drops to three percent: Januarytwo pastors. Rev and Mrs. G. C. Pow
75c
[ school during her convalescence. Giants Capt. Marvin Brown pitch. percent; and February one ell of Jacksonvlle another former $1 $125

Members of the executive board ed and GUI caugh\ with percent. The net amount will be pastor and wife and the architect
._ __ Lee doing
of the Junior Woman's club met the best hitting. For the Dodger. due In March and after April 1 of the new church building, Russell Serving Time -1:15: A.M. Until 2:00 P.M.

II R'DlOS bk. _REP"IRICDI All Mod.I.. PECANS WANTED with Mrs. H. H. Adams Wednesday Capt. Jimmy Hazen pitched and a delinquent penalty will be add A. Seymour and Mrs. Seymour 5:30 Unt 8:00: P.M. -
..
.". ........ ...r..e..d, 821 Temple Avenue evening for their regular business Akridge caught with Hetntz doing ed. of Jacksonville. '
flilo. C. .IePHEHD N.. n....lty ton Inrie or iin .llIHUIIK.HT SUNDAYS '
C ". I..n. meeting.Mrs. some good hitting. It was well 11:45to2OO-$1 & $1.25
Stark ,p.. 23.) MKKKI' PRICES a
.AT ALL TIMES Edward Foy of Lake City played game for youngsters to 'State Official Explains How Gasoline Tax Child's Plate 60c
-S e U. Before HellingROSES I
RttIe IV was the weekend guest of Dr. and play for their first game under. Is Apportioned To Counties For Road Usesand
K.nlll-PIIOVOGIIAPIiS. -cuarantftsd to llv. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong. the lights.
55i3.EN. bloom. AARS: Winner from the "FOOD TO REMEMBER"
I! nLEa C. u..r..e..1 SHEPHERD .outh's largest: growers. ot patented **i Mrs. Lemuel Colson Mrs. Hollls The two teams will continue tc Many private citizens, as wella 20 percent to the Boar.cl' of I ,
"I. Aladl.on St.. roses. Write now for new full V Knight and Mrs. Merry Beth
Stark. color, free catalog TYTBXNl'RSRRIES play practice games twice weekly public officials are somewhat County Commissioner for .use on
Stevens
POX 632 TYLER Smith attended the Rise and after football season is over hazy concerning the method of allocation roads within the county. J

""or IALF.Royal, 15:: Inch desk melij- TEXAS. concert in the University of Flor- will play a aeries of best two of and use of Florida' seven "The seventh cent gas tax I Is distributed -

IOn.> U5 CharrJ.a"con. >n.. S.. *- GENUINE INDICA FORMOSA A- ida auditorium Tuesday night. three at night for the Junior Midget cent per gallon gasoline tax. the 67

oh.It at Bradford County Tel..-: A ZALEAH. Small! 6 plants to 7 .Inch.branched, 100 Mrs. ElTle Johns and Mrs. Aus- Championship. The Giants are .Ralph M. Hart field. the same among formula used for counties by .
dh : Wftll-rootnd secretary; the distribution H I ] :1 I !
for IT.50. 25 plants for i;00. 8 tin Winkler were shopping in sponsored by Noegel Bros. Autos to the State Road Department. re of the second tax. 17t\4J\ "r'ft
PECANS WANTED to 10 Inch ,,".nl. I' 75 a Hoian Gainesville Tuesday. the /gas
121 Oamellia-JapnnlcAM 2R reiiti to and Dodgers by the Torode cently Issued a, memorandum explaining After division among the counties I
T.mpl.. Avenu. 35 cent eai-h. PKLVrDRKR: AZALEA Levon Andrews and his aunt, Chevrolet Co.
this
matter and his statement It I I. 80
ICIm,1t7
COO paid percent to the Road ft
lar.
.... .
"tl.IIET or .11 GARDENS & NURSERYitarletnn Mrs. Hazel Cane. from Ocala Dedicated To Community Service -'
M4.RK..J'1' The combined teams of Guidon wa described
"'1' PIUCJJIJ! Fla.' tf by one road Department for the construction : |f
ana TIMP.sSeliln were weekend guests of his moth Grill and Alvarez HMo'le Ar .Better Than Pver"I
-11'0 U. won from the B.T. official as "the best condensation maintenance I
B.tore acquisition of t
right of a
FOR SALE: 17-aorei NO Clo. to Starke. Inquire A. II.E'al..mann. er Mrs. Thomas-Sheriff Reddish tesm and clarification of the subject way, or ,the payment of debt
on
act 0,, Jackeon HAULING Ja.k.on ot any Trau.-kine PetersburgFla. 133 16th. St.->tp N.,11110 St. visited Mrs. W. S. Johns while 5-1 It was fairly well played and ,I that I have ever heard or read." State roads within such county, Saturday. Nov. 4 ONLY Tues. & Wed.. Nov. 7 & 8

Ph. 185 0' 49-W. tt they were here. : the pitching of Akrldge who allowed A* a matter of public Informa- and 20 percent to the counties for DOUBLE FEATUREoeneAUTRY -

BATTERY. FOR SAtB. 45 RAWLKIOH: DEALER: WANTED cell lOll Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shellds and one scratch hit.. and the entire tion. the Telegraph 1 Is pleased to use on roads.""
L for Bradford County tn
no d."d "."..11.". Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman attended infield In the Senior
t ca ru U used yr. for Item of Rawlelgh Houiehold Midget reprint Mr. Hartsfleld's statement DARK
'mlo, Ford or IT thril S, Product Trade well the FI(.,lda-Furman football League for Guidon-Alvarez a* follow: I. Tk* Circuit ('0.'" O* Florida, MCMAMTtOMINDIAN
\\Y. AntI".nn o. 39 Mercury. aes.SALE. Steady repeat .... Gainesville Satur spar Kla-Mb. Jaillvlal (;1....". In Ad lice
Oa..... dhlt opportunity. See :i"wJ..I 8Otahll.h.d./:.I ;/ game In kled. For Thomas-Reddish the Allocation and UM of FloridsasleVee Hrmlford C..slg. l a Cknrerr.
sale Dealer l Philip Jartlnau, Plaintiff I *.
baby .. __ fielding of Elder and pitching of cent per gallon tax: Thomas V
W. ,
1f. Ave., Jacksonvllls.FOR Roberta ale TERRITORY
day.Special known
typo a*
...... "IRbl.pr.llure"S.-'hir'Vo: prices on ladies'coat. Van Alstyne stood out but due to "The first gas tax consist of T. W. ftohert., and! Era Robert,

.I""'15Aiii ;: a-.ay model Portable.l.etrlo bedroom. RENT:with Nice comfortable adjoining front bath.I Sizes 9 to 44, at some bad fielding on the part of four cent per gallon and the proceeds hi.Orrfe wife* of, hlli-Xlon Defendant..mill Notice .0 CITY

"<>t. Pin* .,on<"H n. Smith Porte-cochere for parking. auto. STUMP.S.Mrs. Thomas-Reddish outfield the score are paid directly to the State Appear ""' ''''H Of PI.OMIIIt T... --_ -C.--..*mw*
F
eec -t Maut
S 5
.
rtit Trailer Court. Near erhool.' For lady or and Miss( have > rt*, alao known -
been 5W a-
i--... W. A. Stern may closer. The two Road Department for In 'p SpO -
i.. .-.---. Itp man. 115 McMahon St., ph. 183W. use constructing a* T. W Robert and Bra Roherln, .
"" ------ Mr.. A. F. Saul". .. It Louise Stern attended the concert teams also played their first game I ; and maintaining state his wife, wh".. r..ld.nc. I I. Dand AND -

Ire1'1 R''lnwton FOR Portable.SALE. Late All FOR SALE: 40 acre farm. Old of Maurice Dumeanlal French League for Guidon-Alvarez sparkl I highway within the discretion of,er*You vl lie,are Ml.*hereby. notified that a Scott Unsforfl

an: flCIUdlg.. tabulator. Both ft-room house, barn smoke .A henhoune. pianist who was presented by the ed. For Thomas-Reddish the field- I the department. suit. lift* been InmtltumA In' the- aba.- A A .
ra. alno.t, Estimated 80.no named Court ..au"-
T.'m. 'like n.w. Oranireii Association and by Ih* a.
Teachers' Elder
Florida State Music of and pitching of Van Alstyn The second tax
'''"P Bradford County ft. timber. 11.100 canh. deo. W. gas consists ot hove named plaintiff acalnet Tham- -
:
-_ Uheahler Rt. 1. Box USA Stark In Jacksonville Monday stood out but due to some two cents levied under Section 16, a* W. Robert, aIim I known a* T.

'aF.T'''11'.1":/ : XI". bedroom Itp night. bad fielding on the part of Thomas- Article 0 of the Constitution. The wife W. Robert, a* defendant and Era, for Hobert reformation. his Plus Latest New A Now urchot

:nI furnishel .....hou."i Mr. and Mr. Owen Bryant willopen Friends are glad to know that Reddish outfield the score may proceeds are distributed among and *peolff<* performance of non-

'"Ire CflVenience.oxt door to Toroda OnKIne cot4PDly -_ No.... 11th their and home 12th to from the 1.00 public: to Mrs. Homer Swlndall i la able to be have been closer.: The two teams the 67 counties on the basis of (1)) In tract purchaae In **ll price land, and for abatement for other T V.H

It. Johu tfra Av.. H. C. B..n". ':00 PM. exhibitingart work. out otter having a serious virus infection also played their first game under area ((2)) population and ((3)) contribution relief: covering' and pertaining* to I-*
'" l'I JckeonIIpei by Mr. Rachel Bryant Robert the following derlb property
24). i It, 1113 About 200 piece Turn off hlll'h- in her throat. under lights. Batteries for Guidon-. each county has made to .ltuat In Bradford County Flori
"R4fA. war 1 mile north of Waldo at Mrs. Pate Gas ett spent the Alvarez: Akridg and Harrington state road prior to July 1929. The da to-wit:
' ... \LVFS: FOR continue '* mil- Th. Northwent Quarter .
.It.n. RALI': Bryant sign l and I of Antitheaet
'r On hou I ffiltei south of biT ll'io' weekend in Jacksonville with her. and Stokes: for Thomas-Reddish: proceeds are then transferred to Qnerter ef Election 90, Town-
t. 100. tt I i ". son-in-law and daughter, -M"- anu Van Alstyna and Tyu These four the State Board of Administration, .hlp 7 flntith, Ran... 11 last: con Thurs. & Fri.. Nov. 9 & 10
"U DI'A T..ER. WANTED for major linefarm taming' 40 acre more or leeei
.,I hI Cheap. or eichana-. for equipment for Stark. and Mrs. K. W. Witt. elimination series for the chain- a constitutional agency. charged Al.o the Mouth Half of the North' "' ..IC'In"

,.,dld CondItion, ..a. 'efrlmerator.. vicinity. Excellent floor plan ..y"- Friends of Paul Bridges will be teams will play a single game with the retirement of county road Wet side "f the North*. Quarter "t
IT'.t Too tarr for tem. Contact l-trlct. StunaaerOlbb : Quarter and the 8outhwent Quarter,
I.I"'an.r..aeon! for elllnir. Corp.. P.O. Box 414C. Ja..k-! glad to know that he returned pionshlp after football season is i and bridge debt Incurred prior to of the NortheMt Quarter and the Aim Chap. 4 ..a.Bra*, of Mla- I Is"

t RJILP Stark.. itp nnvllle, Fla. III'WTT.L home from North Florida Clinic over. July 1931. The fund received by Quarter flonthat. ) Quarter of the Northeaet & '" A*Cartoon Union

1'1' WANTED: Mall with CARE FOR PRr. "OOT- last Saturday where he bad been the Board for each county' ac Alec the ten acre off of the
for "ut. "ork. II' AGE CHILDREN IN DAYTIMEMr for a week. Went pile of the Nnrthaet. Quarterof Sun. & Mon. Nov. 5 & 6
;"11'1..a dov. No .zp.rI.nrp. or Ruby Cooper Phone I1.R-4. confined with Illness Joab Creekmore count are used: first, to meet cur- the NP1 Quarter Went of a golly .
I.,, ltr "I..d. "te.dy. Write atari. lip ,, He was visited Sunday by his rent principal and Interest maturities ao mentioned In a, deed. from John The Sensational
opo.II""RP.,. 120 rc... Clark children Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stark. friends will regret to ; second to build a reserve Dral and wife. to If. n. Waarlln'
up ,
Tllln"".. It.. 111111 LOST: Brown mule about 9011 and T W. wdln. dated Jnnary, Station
}t 1'.11'1 < Right rear leg .klnn 'LATH COW Mane 4 1>r T oath. flange; II Fat! and contain Rocketship
that right front hoof !
'( former local resident. He between scheduled maturities
'?.h7n' "'" "..". hy Drovln. Inches long- Strayed. off Jacksonville. more a any ing laG acre more or lee* In. the
',. I" "I.".... H... C. Boysr itt.teabAT night Oft. SI. If fonndRrr. notify Mrs. J. B. Lee of Atlanta Ga.. 'died Monday at his hom In Jacksonville and interest and the anticipated aaareate; rnnvered In. thl* deed of
.1. r. Rhoden. Rt. 2. P"* visit one hundred fifty acr.s, more or XM .
) 1Ip Stark n. lap| will arrive here Saturday to following a heart attack. gag tax income for any future I***. St.srring WUIbun IfoMea
15B ; &
pl% ot AFTERNOON 011 UR her grandson and family Mr. and Funeral services .were held In Live year or year. ; and third the surplus And you and cant of you ar* here.
i rdhna,4 8ta'ke: Bult...". .. SPLENDID OPPORTt.'NTTT with oldetabiishel 1 Jr. and son. by required. to appear In said' Court Romance Adventure Geraldine Fitzgerald
,
and
Chaateen. Oak. above the
R. over -
I "a.lon. contalnin5 8tark. firm for young Mrs. J. I requirement and cause on Peremher 4. lvS4 and
".5.: ;ro."'r.nnal. crtf..l.i,. came couple' without chihlr. Nice' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barlcsdale Besides hi* widow he .is survivedby I la distributed 80 percentto .tn. then perv vet,, newer. or other Scientific Facts!
t' .. .
T".e, e..d apartment provld" .n". on iklalnflff. attorney a* Starring; Lloyd BrUl *,
furnished and Mr.
n..I".P"', Hp Part tlm. 'Work for wife avails.ble. and daughter Barbara. a daughter Mrs. Delorea Creek- the State Road Department tf required hv law. otherwise the alle. O ar -
.)2r r y" Nn experience n.c..ary, but. and Mrs. Olin White :J... and son more Phillip of LJnthlcum be ud for the construction of designated ration (i.f the bill of eomplnlnt .will een, Noah .rJ. Jr.
nF.lrT: wiliiflfleee.and he taken a* nf..eI hr .
: Untlln'.h.eI' man. with Inltl.tI. .no.15dDrtv enjoyed Jut weekend at Height, Md., and a son Bert State roads and bridge .. youRredford
''' Bobby. County Telegraph ehallBtthlieh flan
:air. at Kln--I high, ....h"ol.d".tl..n Aim Latest New A Short
''l:11f laPta 7Sarlv' hI.| p.,. .rs license .1I..lrabl.ddree5 tfl411.Z. Send fin... the Barksdal Camp in the Ocala Creekmore. an employe of the within such county or for the "'..1..u..order. In It* next fourweekly Kl -Went Reolyl your name and Forest. State Health Department. lease' or purchase of toll road "eJ
ir -l".rapb. Atarhe. Starh. Fla.. for an inter' National any Wltneir my hand and the scsi of .
ii
It 11)10) View ,or toll bridge within the county ,
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PAGE SIX B1tADFOR1 COQNTY" TEL@GiGtPIi BT.uuu, nolUDA FRIDAY. J NOlElfgEa!
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. Housewives-Don't Look Now, But HeadachesAre Home-Grown Telescope same time by Jlmmle were Emojean Cnann and Hall Howell escorted -- Oklahoma music will will be do ht the charge preachingand of the Everyone tend these is cordially InvItee! -
RISINGMrs.
:Millers. There will be 8pcla)
Musical services -
service
In Store For You Beginning January 1st Williams; Sue Ella Chmtaln, each evening at 7:30 o'clock.
escorted by Joe Allen and Leon- Edward, Norman Zx8: Inch I""+t..r
That big National headache of simpler and pleasanter for all con- ard Moody; and Brenda Sue Hln- The tent Is located on Walnut oral colors 5c boards It

i March 15; will have nothing: on the cerned if the housewife simply ( son. escorted by Doley Hersey and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman, Street across from Green's store. County Telegraph/ rmh BlM
pain in the neck that's going to hit pays the entire tax from her own f Wayne Hlnson Both the Queen Miss Jones, Eugene and
Mary
American housewives come Jane pocket With the scarcity of 4 and the Princesses were given silver --
i nary 1, 1951. domestics, this probably will be awards. Donald Hersey actedas Julius Jones, all of Umatilla, spent ALVAREZ' Men's
Norman' STORE
last weekend with Mr. 1-111-IIII' Clothin
Uncle Sam now Is getting hia the case in many Instances. page during the coronation parents Mr and Mrs. Edward Established 18ft
plans jelled for payment of the so- The forms seem as simple as ceremonies. Norman.Mr. .' ""! '.'. '""'.' "" sacaaaaaas:
cial security tax for domestics,. possible, but still they are gohig\ L Emily McKinney! and her brother BBBBMSBBBBBBMSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMB BBBBBBBBBBMMSMSBBMSBMSBBBMBMSI.rffdHfea
and' Mrs. Tommie Barnes
which goes Into effect on New, to be tough on the girls whose financial Vincent, received first prize for
Year's Day. Those women who, troubles up to now have the most original costume. Mrs. of Starke were visiting Mr. and *.
have been putting off that aecwlon' been bad enough just keepinga : Effle Hicks Bedenbaugh receivedthe Mrs. Alex Barnes last Saturday. I FOR YOUR UEQUIRE
JE
with the ledger and the adding checkbook straight. [ : It tl 1 award for being the oldest Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Ricks of \iTS

machine may as well get set. Modern house plans would do, r ,m ,, former pupil present. Starke visited Mrs. Ricks' parents It Pays To Trade 'ftith J Slade
well to Include
a "special' paddedden I
As ha4 been announced, every- The members of the local. PTA Mr. and Mrs. Alex Barnes, Sun-
for the lady of the house 44 -
body who employs domestic help] equipped with adding machine, cal- nP and the faculty are deeply grateful day. PROPANE GAS-
for as much as 24 days in a three- 'S > to all former all GAS
culators and smelling salts. 3 pupils parentsand \\IV\ Appliance
month period, or who pays as the civic and religious organi- Tent Revival .
.
much as $50 salary during that -
zations which contributed so muchto
same period, must atari sending ADDRESSESOF d, V M r rdl the success of this occasion.The A tent revival will be conductedIn SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc.E

social security payments. The taxis INTERESTThe proceeds will be used to equip Starke beginning Friday night .
three per cent of the salary, the school lunch room with modern by the Landers Evangelistic Cru Call St. Starke Fla.
half to be paid by the employer, following new, renewal and furniture saders. Rev. Floyd Susong of
half by the maid (or cook or but- change of addresses received by
ler or baby sitter.) the Telegraph will be of Interestto ]
Within the next few weeks the friends. l
f .
Government will get out circulars Pfc. Wm. E Sapp Hq. & ITq': 'te -: -

explaining the details of the new Sqdn., 8010 Comp Wing, APQ : "Market Boy" Says:
law together with postcards ad- '937, care PM, San Francisco, If : Q. ff
dressed to the Bureau of Internal [Calif. Dennis Keleher (right) builder of the large telescope pictured I' ;; -

Revenue. Anyone employing domestic Mrs W. J. Carson, 732 LillianSt. above, stand by while his brother, Terry, takes a look through the iuRN Mru

help is Instructed to mall ., Pittsburgh, Fa. eye piece. ; .:ku Wf'& &.i. r -: Shop at Starling's this weekend:
one of the postcard requesting Dennis, 15-year-old high school student, started building the ...4 T HAVE
J. H .Shields, New Castle Ave.,
forms for reporting and payment In '49 when the Kelehers living
telescope April were In Bermuda. It
of the social security tax. From &Pfc.Roger Geo.Rd.C., New Powell Castle, Co. ,A Dela., 474 was completed one year later, in April 1950. R 1GHr_ 'SAVE MONEY by taking advantage

the postcards, tho Government will AMF Tank Bn., Fort Worden, The telescope Is equipped with a 57 power eye piece and also a ICe
F of Starling's Weekend
compile list, : Specials!
a mailing thus avoiding Wash. 228 power eye piece. With either one the viewer can experience the IS

find out a house-to-house who hires a maid.canvass to Mrs. M. E. Grlner, change thrill of seeing Jupiter's five moons and the ring around Saturn. An- fA11Z AND JU .

_ No Excuses from State Farm to Box 128, other Interesting phenomenon that may be observed through Denny AH2S 411 SAVE TIME by doing ALL of
It is pointed out that just be- Pensacola, Fla. telescope Is the "double star" that to the naked eye looks like a single "-.: yours

cause you do not automatically receive Mary E. Allen 323 W. Carrll- exceptionally bright star, but when viewed through the powerful lens :. food shopping at Starling's complete

a blank In the mall, you are lo St., Santa Barbara, Calif.A. Is seen as two separate stars, unusually close together. r grocery-market!

not excused from the payments. H. Sibley, change from Dennis says that his telescope cost $95, not counting, of course, ....-..- -_= .: ===_ .... ,
Each housewife-employer is required Starke to Lake Geneva the time that he put jm It over the period of a year. He built it by; :::0--_.. .

_ to mall the postcard requesting I. M. Bernkopf, Pocono Haven plans obtained from "Mechanics Illustrated.' .
the forms, or to call up Mount Pocono, Pa. Dennis Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Keleher who have been
her local Internal Revenue office. Mrs. Mabel Wall, Box 8,02, St. living in Starke for more than a year. Mr. Keleher is an Aviation
The form Itself will be an en- Petersburg, Fla. Technician Chief and is at present aboard the Aircraft Carrier Coral C
velope of the type used by some Lt. F. M. Williams, 1 Plat., 469Slg. Sea. FRESH
insurance companies, of a size be- Avn. Const. Co., APO 334,
tween that of a large business en- care' PM, San Francisco, Calif. Unless That A-Bomb Drops Right Over You,
velope and a small personal one. Ret. Leon W. Carter, let Plat., DRESSED
On it will be space for four en- a Co., 78th Engr. Cmbt. Bn., Ft. There's A Good Chance You Might SurviveA

tries: The name of the maid, her Bennlng, Ga. new 32-page booklet "Sur- Ib
social security number, the Neal AND .
a- Jessup, Westport, Ind. vival Under Atomic Attack." has PTA HomecomingIs
mount paid her In a three-month Robt. N. Beers. S03-C USS been
Just issued by the govern-
period and the amount of the tax, Harwood, care. FPO New York, ment, telling everybody exactly Gala Event -DRAWN
.or three per cent. Then you en- N. Y.Pfc.
what to do If an atom bomb falls At Hampton School
close your check, fold up the pa Ceo W. Hicks Med. Det. The new booklet sells for a i
per to form an envelope, put a 8041 Sta. Hosp., APO 9, care dime and is the first of its kind Hampton Elementary School
three-cent stamp on It and mall it PM, Sau Francisco, Calif.
that Uncle Sam has put out for which celebrated both Homecoming "It's cash deal"
to the Bureau of Internal Revenue. Miss Madeline Crosby, change a
the public. A more technical and Hallowe'en on October 28
More Headache from Starke to New
Lordsburg work, covering some of the same had record breaking crowds. The
An additional headache for the
Mexico ground, but using big words and festivities began at 6 P. M. and
householder Is the fact that already Pvt. Wm. A. Andrews, 3330
moment until 10:30 fill
complicated formulae, was pub- every : was
many employment agencies Student Scott Air Field
Sqdn. lished last August by the Atomic ed with good .wholesome fun
are suggesting that it will 'be Base, 111.KOCH'S .
Energy Commission. This simplified "The Youth for Christ is spons- OLYl\lPIABRAND

version may be obtained ored by Rev. Fred Dodd conductedthe CORN 2 FOR 2St
from the Superintendent of Documents devotional In the auditorium NO..2 CANS '

CUT Washington, 25, D. C. from 8 until 8:15: during which
DRUGS It tells the reader that he can time all concessions were closed.

RATE live through an A-bomb raid If Following the devotional, Mar- ... ,
he is lucky enough not to be directly -
garet Hersey, who had been selected -
under the bomb and If he
Queen of the Homecoming, was
follows these "six survival secrets BLUE ROSE 19
escorted to the sta?e by Jay Al-. BEST GRADE
Elmer the Elf :" RICE lOLBl.
derman and Tracy Jones to be
1. Try to get shielded. If IN CLOTH BAG
crowned queen by Mrs. T. J. Al-
you have time, get down In a
derman, the local PTA president
basement. If you're caught outdoors
The Queen was also presented witha
Welcomes You seek shelter alongside a
silver scepter. Crowned Prlncesses -
building! ', or Jump in any con-
of the Humeuomlng at the "It's a cash deal"

To Koch's venient 2. Drop ditch flat or on gutter.the ground C

floor. To keep from being toss- BOTTLECARTON
ed about or hit by flying objects Office Supplies C C I 6 18Coca
flatten out at the base of a wall 0 a

or the bottom of an embankment. (Plus deposit or exchange)
,
3. Bury your face In your
arms. This will protect your face .,
ww 3 from flash burns, prevent tem-
a porary blindness and keep flying
objects out of your eyes.
4. Don't rush outside right BROOMS $1.25 Quality, Each 89''
after a bombing.
5. Stick to canned and bottled
foods and beverages. Un-
protected food and water may

have radioactive poison .. H' .. '.
0. Don't start rumors. In
Christmas the confusion that follows a S No. 2'/ Can C
Merchandise .r. '-I e bombing a single rumor might

Arriving Dally! 1 e ; you touch your'off a life.panic that could cost You'll Say PEACHES OVERSEA CALIF.BRAND{ 27C

There_ is little hope of living
Use Our through an A-bomb explosion directly "The best-writing

LayAwayTlan over your head but your fountain pen I.
chances get better and better ever used

the farther away you are. .
From one-half to one mile a- AND ONLY 1.75

way you have a 50-50 chance. Beans OAK HILL 251
From one to 1% miles out, the POINTS REPLACEABLE String BRAND 2 FOR
ThanksgivingCards odds that you will be killed are
only 15 In 10O.. At points from FOR ONLY 35cA .-

1% to two miles away, deaths Wide Variety Of Foists -
drop all the way down to only To Suit Every Taste S
two or three out of every 100. 1 .
The booklet' debunks much of '
"JIM DANDY""It's
the "scare talk" about Aweapons. GRITS 5 lb. 33'
.
NOW .earth None it of says.them So-called will destroythe super iiz2ff a cash deal"

bombs aren't much deadlier -
ON
than those already dropped. The
danger from radioactivity has also -
K DISPLAYs been exaggerated. Blast and

,. heat are by far the greatest dangers JELLO ALL FLAVORS, PER PACKAGE 71/Z
people must face.

Meet Me At Koch's FountainPURITY that The Increase can booklet be your done suggests chances within five the of things hometo sun ""w'*" .. -


vival: "KIM" EVAPORATED
ACCURACY 1. Strive for fire proof house
DEPENDABILITY keeping. Don't let trash pile up MILK TALL CANS 3 for 25'
e and keep waste paper In covered
These are owe watchword Is fillIng containers. When alert sounds "It's a cash deal"

prescriptions! And while do all you can to eliminate sparks -
off the oil burner
Isn't by shutting
every prescription a matter .
and covering all open flames. -
yr of life or death, we fill It asA 2. Know which Is the safest jMMiuta POINTS

though It were.'loch's use only the part of your house. Learn how
purest and finest quality dm to turn off the oil burner and A--JaxCleaner PER CAN 714
what to do about utilities.
and compound them with precision ccot&Jtoohe1N1w
3. Always have a good flash .
accuracy. light, a radio first aid equipmentand ..
a supply of canned goods. in seNr IpvsTAN MM

STOREFREE the 4.house.If you have time when an FOR SALE AT WEEKEND 1 Call &

DRUG alert sounds in order close to keep the house out fire uptight Bradford County SPECIALS t e I Cherry Corner Sts., ?***\

I KOCH( 0 C H DELIVERY sparks and radioactive dusts and (NOV. 3 & 4) Quantity Rights

to lessen the chances of being cut Telegraph FOR. YOU AT
I'hone 53 Night 273-W by flying glass. Keep the house o.t uN Reservedr

j closed until all danger Is past
5. Use the telephone' ONLY 128 W. Call Phone 29 ,
FOR TRUE EMERGENCIES. -


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nmsER S, 1930 BBVW'
f,NOl : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STAKE FLORIDA PAOB ,

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ed By J. T. Lawson with unions for Lonnte. In St George, Georgia, last EVERGREEN CEMETERY .

all ages.Midweek!! Ladies WORKING
Sunday.Mr. GRAHAMBy
service Is held on and Mrs R. W. Futch and with Interest In
Everyone an

the Wednesday pastor, at bringing 7:30: P.Inspirational M. led by Can You Match This? of Mrs.Mlddleburg Charles Frisbee were visiting and children relatives Mrs.. John SIcKlnny Evergreen Cemetery In the tate

study of the Book of Acts "Mes In Lawtey last week Farm Is urged to attend the all
Mr and Mrs. W. B. Johnson and
y sages for the Church Today." Miss Omega Dukes of. West day working there Frlday--Nov.;
An ion, Richard, of Lutz were visit
Invitation is extended to all Palm Beach was a recent visitorin 10, bringing tpols and lunch, according'
.R KkQf1 to worship at the services of the Lawtey. ing her parents, Mr and Mrs. John
,McKinney, Sunday. Little Rosalee to Mrs. Margaret Ruts
First Baptist church the church Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Jameson of
Baptist Church with the 'McKUmey went home with themto acting sec..etary.Koch .
Tabernacle singing tower. Miami were saying "hello" to A
be spend two weeks.
friends in Lawtey one day last
Trio arrived one "Daniel's Picture of Today" ,frill Mr and Mrs Claude Starlingand .
I +
Miller Methodist ChurchThe work Rev. Jameson pastored the tks plil calt boas Dant
last Friday evening: at be the sermon by the Rev. L. D. Methodist church here at one time.T. children of Tampa, spent the 4 t

!1eIllac1u and a blessed aer- church Haines,, pastor of the First Baptist I adult Sunday school class J. Dukes and 1-fr'l. John Dukesof weekend with relatives here. cI I gnickut. sasisst St sill

held with them. EspecialIs of Starke, this Sunday es and Sunday morning worship Lake Butler were calling on Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E3. B. McKinneyand '

Is was the singing and morning at eleven. "This Is the service at the First Methodist a and Mrs. U H. Futch Thursday of Mrs Lizzie Wynn, all of I I'w

of young Bobby Miller in- message the people of Starke needto Church will be held In the Starke last week. Starke, !were visiting their brother

vocal Bolo l : "Just a Cloak hear" and that many have asked Woman's Club budding. :, begin Mrs. Q. W. Roberts and Mrs. and sister-In-law, Mr and Mrs. -

With, Thee," and a vocal for, states Rev. Haines, "relating ning Sunday November 5, and Hubert Priest were In Jackson. John McKinney. Sunday afternoon.

,.th: hi. father. Other num. to present day events and trends will continue to be held there villa on Tuesday afternoon. Those attending Ute funeral of

hided bell, piano' and *C" in light of Bible prophecy and the I during the construction period of The Futches were' attending to Gus Thomas at Lake Butler Sun. X11
: lt ,
,
sr
ISiection8 by the Family end! time' The choir during the the new Methodist sanctuary business In Lake Butler last Sat- day afternoon were Mr and Mrs

hour will be directed by Mrs Lu-I The urday. Carl Broughton, Mrs Bunle
H youth and children's divisIons
cUe Green and Mrs. Mona Canova Broughton Mrs. Equilla Roberts
messages were of the Mrs. Alma Is of the ferns she
splendid church school will Hough justly proud enormous grows!
will be at the
services. Hammond. and Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney.
t. It the Sunday continue to meet in the educa- at her home on Park Place. The specimen, which she Is seen tending r

In the morning was de- Sunday evening's 7:30: evangel tional building. The church above is fully six or seven feet In diameter and when not beaten down The Life And TimesOf -

b v the sponsor: "What WepCt istic message will be "Sowing Oats school begins at 9.43: each Sun- by rain (as they were when this picture was taken) the fronds reach I Scratch pad., assorted sluts '

t, while the evening -or Sowing wheat." The song day morning and the morning .I higher than Mrs. Hough's head. The ferns--she has several others almost -I New River Folks 130 lb. Bradford Cowttjr Telex Drug Store
l brought by Harold service will be led by the piano- service :will begin at 11 I graph.
\I'll a. m. In
this constructed wooden
as large as one--are planted specially
I park-of-the-Palms on organ duo of Mr.. W. R. Morse This
of Sunday morning the Rev T. containers, made by Mr. Hough, which they have now outgrown.
Special music and Mrs. E. C. Mann. Following Q. Mitchell will I II I Teen-Age Club
Jdgenlent. preach on the
The problem of transplanting has become a major operation which
deed during the day. the regular service the ordinance sermon subject, "The I The young folks of the commun-
'Mrs.I of Baptism will be administered Inthe Simplicityof Mrs.' Hough admits she has not yet fully solved. The ferns have received
Mr. and Religion"The
l,* evening "baptistry beautiful." no special treatment except: an occasional application. of household ity are organizing a TeenAgeClub. NOTICECold
luhl: of Park-of-the-Palms evening church service The New River school
.
ammonia diluted In water. Mrs. HoUghIl8YII.BROOKER
I charge of the Bible Studycal Sunday School meets at 9:45: A. : be held at 7:30: p. m., In the educational i will the
serve as meeting place.
program. Mr.. Stahl I M. with E. C. Mann, Jr., superintendent I building. Holy com- ,
mpllshed musician and a corps of more than 80 munion will be administered at enjoyed hearing him play his vio- E. A. Sapp Is sponsor, and many Weather Is Coming!

Jband| conducted the Bible I officers and teachers. Training the close of the service and lin for the carnival. entertaining meetings are planned.

Unions gather at 6:15: P. M. direct Mr. Mitchell will preach on the Dave Gainey of Palatka visited Much enthusiasm Is evidenced. PLACE YOUR ORDERS '

subject, "Blessed Are the Pure By Iva Mae Lenin Mr. and Mrs. Gent Stokes Sunday.
M. L, Johns his
In Heart: Sunday afternoonthe Ura Mott of Gainesville visited was visiting

communion will be administered Birthday Day Honorod. his parents, Mr and Mrs. S. M.I son, M. L., Jr. who Is a patient in NOW
Haven Hoeptlal, Jackson
to the shut-Ins. Mott. last weekend. Hope .
Green ,
"THE GREATEST BURDEN Shirley was surprisingly ville, over the weekend.
The Senior and Intermediate honored on her 12th birthday an- Friends of Mrs. Ned Hicks are
Methodist Youth Fellowship will niversary Friday night of last glad she has returned home from Long Bridge Christian Church
KEROSENE & FUEL OIL
EVER BORNE"n't meet at 6:30: p. m. The guest week as her friends stopped by to Alachua County Hospital, Gainesville enjoyed a large attendance Sun-

speaker will be Cecil Sewell. wish her a happy birthday. and Is Improving nicely.. day. They enjoyed hearing the excellent

't miss this sermon Sunday night at 7:30 P.M. The mid-week prayer service They moved to their new home re I speakers and the basket
B. T. t.. Intermediate SocialA dinner. There were services both AVOIDThe
will be held cently. < !
Wednesday eveningat
1 the friendly B. T. U. intermediate social morning and evening.
7:30: in the educational build- Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. J. M.
Church Ing. was held Tuesday evening at the Markey, Mr. and Mrs D. O. Vol Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomllnson "l
First Baptist Hampton Last Minute Rush !
home of Mr. and Mrs. James W. of Starke were visiting their sons
lenwelder were visiting In ,Worth.
Thomas. A large group of youths ] Frank and Roy and families, this
Bob Gray Pastor
Ingtnn Sunday afternoon.
I I Christian Church met and assembled around a bonfire week. We Guarantee Quick Delivery And

Bible School 10 A.M. -BTU 6:39 P.M. where they played several. Miss Lubedla Plnholster Is visiting The community was saddened by Will Have Ample Stock For All ,
Six Christian Churches 1 friends. and i
were ; relatives of south
(Prayer Meeting Wed. Night at 7:30 and games. The young people had Florida II the death of Jlrs. Reddish And Customers This Winter
represented everyone enjoyedthe much fun this week. I Iknew
and laughter carryingout k
all
I rews' brother, Gus Thomas. We
I' fifth Sunday Convention at the the Hallowe'en scheme of s r.'lends< of Vernon Edwards are,
and loved Gun and we extend
First Christian Church in Starke. tacky party. Refreshments of sorry to know he is still a patient our heartfelt sympathy to K.G.DUNCANSTANDARD
There were fine crowds for all I
sandwiches and cake were served. in Alachua County Hospital the bereaved
three services, with the largest Gainesville. We-wish him a speedy' family.
Rev. Lewis D. Haines. Pastor I congregation Sunday night. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Willis and recovery.Mr. Bill and Marie Banks went to OIL PRODUCTSPhone

"Thanksgiving will soon be here, children of Santa Fe were dinner and Mrs. Norma Wagner of Folkston, O*., Friday night, accompanied -

5T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke I so why not be thankful that God guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry Archer attended the Hallowe'encarnival by Fernie and Ella 85 or 55 Starke Fla. '
and guests of Mr. and Moody
has given you another good year supper here Saturday night and ,
Person & Court Streets- In The Heart Of Town and be in Bible School and Church Mrs. L. L. Parker Sunday.Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller and Lacy Johns Is having a wood

PHONES:: Office 234 Pastorium 130 I on Sunday to show your thankfulness and Mrs. H. O. Brown and' Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Blgham, Jr.,! cutting time at his house. The
," the pastor, Rev. Homer Mrs. L. Green are visiting relativesIn last weekend. recent storm blew down one of

Swindall, said. Union County this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Long of their big oaks that stood before

SUNDAY SER1IONS11' A.M.: 7:30 P.M.day Bible School begins at 10 A. M., Friends of Mrs. A. L. Crosby re! Jacksonville attended the Hallo-' their home and he'll have plentyof

School 9:45: A.l\I.- Training Unions 6:15: P.M. with classes for all ages, under the gret that she is ill and a patient' we'en carnival here Saturday' winter wood now. The tree

WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. direction of Clyde Colson, superin in North Florida Clinic Starke. night. fell right toward the house but

., tendent. The Morning Worship We wish her a speedy recovery. : Mr. and Mrs. Bill Long of only reached the fence. It dId m
II I
'hour begins at 11 A. M. with the Edd Lewis of Jacksonville visited .: Miami visited Mr. and Mrs W. E.. break the electric power lines and
11:00: A.M.: : "Daniel's Picture Of Today" minister, speaking on the subject, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis' BIgham, Jr., Thursday and Friday pole and threw the transformer into

7:30: P.M.: : "Sowing Oats Or Sowing Wheat" "The Grace of Cod." The Lord', last weekend.Mr. of last week. the yard. Lacy's entire barn

supper will be served at 11:13.: and Mrs. O. W Barry at R,,F. Gano, depot agent Is relieved roof also blew off Although.allot ,,
his corn was In the barn and
for two week's
vacation.
tended services held at Beaver a
services with
Evening begin lots of It wet, it dried out 4 MONTHS SUPPLY OFGAS
got
A Friendly Invitation From A Christian Endeavor at 6.30: under Street Baptist Church, Jackson- Little Ray Gano of Gainesville .
spent last Hallowe'en weekend satisfactorily. There were also ten
the direction of Cecil Douglas. ville, Tuesday night. I
Friendly Church Is Extended To All
with his grandparents, Mr. and sacks of chicken and cow feed and
Evangelistic services begin at 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ward and
Mrs. R. F, Gano. pea seed In the barn-the pea
with the topic being "Prayer Mrs. Ward's slater and children I
Mrs Beady Connelly of Ocala seed was saved but the feed sour
Meeting In Hell." and Mr. and Mrs Guy Plnholsterof
visited Miss Mary Mott last week.' ed.
Mid-week Prayer Service is held Jacksonville attended services 'I
The Swishers are havingpulp
7:30 P. M., with the held at New River Baptist Church end.Mr. Harry
Wednesday at :
and Mrs. Ressle Colson and wood cut all around their
00 Bible Training Class. 'Everyone. Is Sunday. children of Starke were guests of house trailer.
urged to attend all services Beverly Ann Green. 9-year-old
his parents, Mr. and Mrs O. B. Charley Johns, who has been
daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell
Colson last weekend.:
working with Davey Tree ExpertsCo.
1 5 St. Mark's Episcopal Green was pianist for her first A large crowd of people from in Lake City'Is now employedIn
time in New River Church
Baptist
Down Rev B. E. Simmons, B. D.1nu' I here attended services held at Lake Butler and Is staying with

Sunday. Jonesville Baptist Church Thurs his parents ,Mr. and Mrs Pledger
Services Sunday at St. Marks Rev. and Mrs W. M. Lawhon day night of last week. Rev. Johns.

Episcopal Church are as follows: and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green Donald Martin is running a revival -
9:43: A. M: Church school- attended funeral services for Cus there. Pete and Oery Sapp are staying
classes for all nursery with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ages Thomas at the Methodist churchIn
\Will Reserve Any through Junior high. Lake Butler Sunday Ira Merritt, this week while Pete
Is tree In Lake But
11 A. M.: Morning prayer and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCormick doing surgery

sermon by the Rev. Robert P. of Jacksonville attended services LAWTEYL. ler.

Cowling of Christ Church Cedar held at New River Baptist church i Alma Lee Gibson of Homervllle,,

) Key. At this time will be the pre. and were dinner guests of Mr. and II. Fut<'h Ga., stopped by Long Bridge

\ Ita tar, WasherFor sentatlon of the United Thank Offering Mrs Russell Green Sunday. I,Church Monday night and enjoyeda

!! of the women of the church. Miss Ilean Atkinson was! In The Lawtey Home Demonstratlon ,
short visit with her mother-in-
The church Is open daily for Starke on business Tuesday. club held the regular monthly '..
law, Mrs. Minnie Gibson Granger.She N7.Rf
prayer and meditation. Misses Ruth and Helen Whitehead meeting at the school cafeteria on
was enroute home from Mlsslsippl. -
and Alean Thompson of Jack. Wednesday afternoon of last week t!l'qC4
Christmas On Our P. :'\ .\ HOLINESS10th : lonvllle visited Miss Mildred Mann with Mrs. J. M. Browning, president .

St. and Temple Ave. and attended the Hallowe'en car- presiding. At this time the r

Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; Mern- I nival here Saturday night date for the regular meeting was

Ing Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic -I Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mann and changed to the fourth ThursdayIn A/ t9

Services 7.00: p. m. Everyone i daughters, Mildred and Theney each month. However, those Nonce IW

Convenient Lay-Away Plan (welcome 'John Freeman and Evelyn Shaw members Interested in making

attended church at Pleasant Grove trays will meet November 13 at(
CATHOLIC CHURCH Primitive Baptist church Sunday. : two o'clock at the school House

Sunday Mass 9:13: : aim Mr. and Mrs. Mack Howard of Miss Dorothy Ross will furnish the PECANSWANTED

Sunday School 11 a.m. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W. materials and the cost will be di-
Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. Davis and children Saturday. vided. W$.,

I day M.., and Mrs. G. W. Davis were Mrs. Effle Miner spent last week
Bible Study Is every Wednesday In Gainesville on business Mon. visiting her son and daughter-in-

I at 7:43AIRPARK: : day morning.Mr. law, Mr. and! Mrs. Howard Miner, .Y
i :: Mrs. Ordell Waters visIted of )
; I BAPTIST CHURCH and Jacksonville North Carolina. r n

fly Only Sunday School, 9:45: A. M. her father, W. R. Graham of Howard is In the naval hospital! O

Morning Worship, 11 A. M. Jacksonville last weekend. there and we hear that he expeeix:
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott visited to receive medical from
Evening Service, 7:30: P. M. discharge Highest Prices Paid
$ Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson of the U. S. service In the near future.
Prayer Meeting every
$$5 7:30 o'clock Starks the first part of the week. Mrs Frank Wells spent the time
evening
:
.
tIli -L. G. Hemingway, Pastor. M.. and Mrs. Carious Lewis and here with her daughter, Mary AnnduraD& With Each
children and Mrs. W. E. Lewis of the absence of Mrs. Miner Range InstallationFor

wn Down Plant City visited relatives here Rer. E. B. Boyer of Tampa visited COSTcrR.L.ALVAREZ

CHURCH OF GOD Sunday afternoon his daughter, Mrs. Fred A Limited Time Only
8th & St. Clair Ste.I Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas Moore, last weekend.

FALL I Sunday School 10 a.m. I and children of Starke visited her Miss June Bullard of Jackson. al

I Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Emory villa, spent the weekend with Miss At State Farmers Market Subject;: To Withdrawal At Any Time

i Sunday Evening Service 7:3t: p.sn. Lewis Sunday. Esther Shuford. .

11". P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: pun Reed Lewis was In Gainesville on O. W. Roberts Sr., and <3. W. +

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: pjn. business Monday morning Sapp visited Mr Robert's brother, E

I Mrs.William E. Blgham of Dun ... I
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You DO Is pay $5.00 down a small regular : Paul Rollins dee Is visiting her sister Mrs. A '4}
I"My Miller and son and family, W E.' ANNOUNCING r''NO"
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tea, payment until this Christmas and a brand II 1 Starke friends will- regret to Bigham. Jr. '

MAYTAG WASHER will be reserved for learn of the death on October 22. Mrs. Reed Mattalr and daughter SLADE }

coq of Paul Rollins. 23, 5313 LexingtonSt. Rseda Jean of Wllllston visited AKRIDGE TAXI SERVICEDA

I ., Jacksonville. He was the son Mr. and M.... W. E. Blgham.

of Mrs. John Holmes Rollins, 1822 Jr., last week. or NIGHT 34

I Mallory St.. Jacksonville, who will Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Markey Jr.,

be remembered here as a former and daughter Helen, Baker Mar-
24-HOUR SERVICE PHONE 200 GAS
Inc.FREE
I resident. Miss Sue Llddon. key of Washington. D. C., J. M. CO.

lECTRIC Funeral services were held Monday Markey Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. D. 0 .
SERVICE .
I' Oct. 23 at the graveside In Vollenweider and children of Way-

Oaklawn with the Rev. Albert J. cross, Ga., visited Mr. and Mrs. T. Phone 121 E. Call St.

Klssllng officiating. M. Markey Sunday. Also Dealer in FRESH FISH Starke
SUPPLY Besides his mother, Mr. Rollins Mr. and Mrs. Cliff KeUey and

is survived by Ms widow. Mrs. children of Wlldwood spent a few and other Sea Food

Jane Rollins, a son Paul E. Roll ,days here due to the Illness of Mrs ACT NOW!

Gil "l-ter. Mrs. David F. Keller's father. J. V. Edwards Sr.
St. Jr. a
.J. R. Kite, Owner Starke Florida l| llns. Phone 200 For Service
Harris. Jr., and one brother. John Dock Andrews of Lake City attended

I 4 l t W. Rollins all of Jacksonville. the Hallowe'en carnival

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schools and county by killing this unjust and unfair tax in the county. Further taxation as suggested in the fire rut;of rid p'

;,111('. proposal. control proposal may eventually force homes and farms ann, bverali i iit

Real estate in Bradford County is already taxed as back on the tax rolls. If existing tax on taxable real estate '\_;

... high or higher than at any place in the United States. ..-:' i pre
The combined county and city millage is between 45 and in the county fails to meet the financial I obligations of ,-...'"'," expnceH
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the county then the next hope is to place the farms and '
50 mills. The assessments are, in some cases, as high as attn:

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al tax for an extensive compulsory fire control proposal is passed, it may ones who own these lands<
eventually,force your home or farm back on the tax rolls. \ Under this proposal nothing Is promised about protecting fences and Jr t tn.
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farm houses from fire. This is not anticipated. It is only to protect forest VOTE AGAINST TAXATION w.
The several whole page $100 apiece ads which you have seen in COMPULSORY d"I St
lands. Would it be fair for Starke and Brooker citizens to take,without ,
newspapers are sponsored primarily by large absentee forest land holders charge, their fire equipment, paid for by Starke and Brooker citizens and ON ALL FOR FIRE PROTECTION FOR THE PROPERTY u'tl leMai! \St.!

in Bradford County who own over 41,000 acres of land. .The Rayonier Cor put out fires all over Braford County free of charge Are these two towns OF A FEW. went
poration has about 2,600 acres: the Container Corporation has about 26,000 Went
in our county which have fire protection machinery doing this? No. If
acres; the Canal Timber Corp. has about 3,875 acres; and the St. Mary they are called beyond their city bounds the person calling them is expect- They also fail to tell you that the taking of cattle and hogs off of t the !.t!tit l her

Craft Corporation has about 8,575 acres. Most\ of the owners of this vast ed to pay for the fire fighting. _The pulp wood and paper corporations open range will stop practically all of woods burning. Cattle owners \liD Uned h

area of our county reside hundreds of miles away in other states. They would call the tax paying citizens from all over Bradford County, through not be interested in burning lands now unless they desire to burn a small tl

are now paying for their protection. They are deriving the benefits from their tax funds, to go and fire protect and police their fenced and guarded piece of their own land for a fresh burn for the cattle., We doubt that any ik she.

their lands and timber. Products from timber lands in the county netted pulp wood producing reservations. one in the county in the future will attempt to burn woods because neitherhe 4taa Won

the owners $217,510.00 in 1918. nor his cattle can get the benefit from same as his cattle have been by who i'"'
The sponsors of this proposal claim that frequently burned timber law taken off of the roads and N JtanMorri[
Do you not believe the owners are able to pay for their own fire proland increases in value 13c per acre per year while infrequently burned ranges. O4Im."

tection Then vote against!!! their compulsory fire control proposition which timber lands increase at the rate of $2.02 per year. They failed to tell you!. Citizens beware: when existing real estate is swamped further with\ -
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will make you pay for their fire protection. that the OWNERS OF THE LAND are the ones that get this increase and taxation, then you may expect taxes to be gathered and collected from 'on I that'tier In

they fail to tell you that the big corporations are now, with their own em homes, electric lights, cold drinks, and even the groceries which you eat 't
should the widow who owns a small piece of rental property in ,
Why ployees, fire protecting their big reservations in our county, and they desire If the wild orgy of spending goes on and on, taxes of all kinds may be expected da a
Brooker Starke, Lawtey taxes to protect and nourish the ,
Hampton, or pay lIIgerdoh
thai you take over this cost of protection for them. They also fail to to endanger the, security of our economic existence. Continuous ,
investment of these financial giants residing in other states Why should
advise you that these employees and proposed fire marshalls may come spending of tax funds for unnecessary purposes like compulsory fire protection
the small business in either one of these little towns or anywhre in the
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from places and states far distant from Bradford County. may even eventually lessen the amount of pensions to the aged and ADI3F1
county be taxed to pay for protecting these large land owners property in orphans.

Bradford County If this so-called fire protection for forest lands is just taxation on all,

then It would be just to include fire protection for homes and business Those of us who paid for this ad in our paper are local people !local' follow,

Practically all of these large tracts are fenced with hog tight, well poproperty.. Why not pay from the same tax fund the insurance premiums citizens some of us home owners, some of us tax payers on real estate, and Of .

liced fences. The neighbor out on the farm or in the town cannot even' on home and business property. Home fire protection ta'$ would be far we took up a collection among ourselves to pay for this ad. We ask that o'I I.crap.
go in these reservations and take a fence post or a litard knot to keep his would be and you join us and to against I rj
more plausible, more equitable more just than to tax our en go your polling place on November 7th and vote i. Ha
children in the winter. In fact In some of these enclosed areas one
warm tire citizenship for fire protection for enclosed, privately owned forest and compulsory county-wide fire control in Bradford County. We need your !teamCert
dare not trespass to even try to kill a squirrel or bird for a sick member of help in and
cut-over acreage. this and, by so voting, we believe, you are helping your county ,
innocent and well Pueb
his family. With such tyrannical treatment of our -mean

ing citizens why should these big land companies now expect our citizens Sponsors of this taxing plan, in their paid advertisements tell you protecting yourselves from further and unnecessary burdens_ of taxation. Hob Cal,''

in Bradford County to tax themselves and their children and their ..chUabout saving from fire destruction a $60.000 school house in Madison Coun HQ

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je Dedicated THE AMENDMENTS ''i

cUon of the neW Christian BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA ,f.

Quadrangle of the Memor- Last week discussed the Juvenile Court"Amendment m
at Penney we proposed -
.Community November 7 1950
%x111 be held Saturday and to the Florida Constitution, urging our readers .to r

'v9v 4th and 5th with Dr. PRECINCT NO. vote for it because it will permit legislation setting up a better Jt:
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10, poling and Governor the defined procedure for dealing with the problems presented to v ,
scheduled as "
Warren speakersLcelebration To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot place a cross (X) mark In the square at the RIGHT of the name of the per- society by neglected, dependent, or delinquent children. This

aI will begin Satur- son for whom you desire to vote. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot write his name In the blank space pro- will be amendment 1 on the ballot.

th short talks by rMUrntmi vided for that purpose. Amendment No 2 proposes to eliminate the state census that U

members of the Chris- taken every ten years, midway between the federal census dates. At

lerald Staff, as well as an m the present time the Florida Constitution requires the) Legislature to

recital In the chapel. STATE The remaining offices required by law to beCOUNTY authorize a census of Florida population every ten years. It..Is required -

Penney will preach at the For Railroad and Public Utilities filled at this election are being sought by only that this census be used In reapportioning representation In the)

worshiP service oii Sunday, Commissioner one candidate for each office. To vote for all For County Commissioner Florida House of Representatives and also In population acts. d(
the Memorial Church of said candidates X 'mark In District No. Two
In GROUP 9: place a cross ( ) would
dedi- Since census-taking Is a costly endeavor this substitution
p M. the service of this Vote for ona.
j Vote for spaceWhen substantial In state However. It la
.lll be held In the quadran- one mean a saying expenditures.
I meeting with some opposition because of a potential danger evident, in

ilo.jlemortal Home Community, JERRY W. CARTER (Dem) L. L RENFROE (Oem) the wording of the amendment. It provides for the use of the preceding +

19 between -- D federal census "unless otherwise ordered by the Legislature."

and on Highway Green Cove Springs, CLIFTON D. SCALF (Rep) 'I I I This would permit the Legislature to use any set of national census

iabll hed In 1926 by J. C -. so marked a vote will be counted for y figures (even one 80 years old) for the purpose of legislative roap-
of his preacher For County Commissioner portlonment. Such a construction might seem far-fetched, and probably
in memory CONGRESSIONAL each of the listed candidates for the offices
tin mother In 1948. the District No. Four would never occur: Nonetheless, It would be legally possible
and For United States Senator sought. To vote for some but not all of said
turned over under the amendment as worded.
was Vote for ODe
property candidates do not place a cross mark In the
Christian Herald Associationit Vote for one Those who this amendment point out that the next state
above square, but place a cross (X) mark In I oppose
it from Mr. Penney. the square to the right of the name of the can JESSIE R. CHASTAIN (Dem) I census Is not due until 1933, therefore. If the amendment Is voted

,of the Community's home orlgl-for JOHN P. BOOTH (Rep) dldat for whom you desire to vote. To vote down on Nov. 7, the Legislature will have two more opportunities to
ipsrtmsnts Is a a C the amendment and resubmit It to the electorate la .
missionary or for a person whose name la not printed on the rephrase proponed
minister worker and his GEORGE A. SMATHERS: (Dem) ballot, write his name In the blank space pro- --- 4 a form that would not be open to misinterpretation. Perhaps In"vt.w-
religious of these circumstances It would be better to vote against this amend
vlded for that
:So admission fee of any purpose. For Member Board Of Public
ment In its present form and watt for the legislature to adopt a version r
charg d. Each couple pays 1 Instruction County Board Member
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nominal monthly malnte- STATE Residence District No. One without this objectionable feature.

fee which Is applied .to up- PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL Vote for ODe Amendment No. 3 provides for printing merely subsections of
AMENDMENTS For Railroad And Public paragraphs of subsections of amendments to existing laws. It la said 13

ntw Christian\ Herald Quad- Utilities Commissioner I that this would reduce the legislative printing bill by about sixty per.
contains 120 single efflclen- NO. 1 J. S. (Buddy) NORMAN (Dem) cent and would also reduce the legislator's burden substantially, since, I''
To amend Article V of the State Constitution GROUP ONE ,
artments; a cafeteria-style by adding. thereto an additional section empowering 1- he would bit spared reading many pages of text for each minor change
and kitchen; a largeroom the LeglBlature to create, establish
room Vote for one In
unit with and define the jurisdiction and powers of Juvenile W 4---. _- _-- -- legislation.
; a medical courts and of the officers thereof: to vest It appears that there would be little loss In terms of clarity of
offices, examination room In such courts excluHlve original JurlMtllctton of For Member a
j all criminal cases Involving accused minors under WILBUR eKING (Dem) Board Of Public legislation If this amendment were adopted; much delay now occasioned -
and small infirmary:; a .
room any age specified by the Legislature Including Instruction Board
County
suite for the resident ; the right to define offenses as acts of by the typing of lengthy bills would be eliminated: and the)
able
delinquency Instead of crime I : to provide for Member Residence District
for the cost of the legislative printing bill would be reduced materially. This
an'; an apartment the qualification election or selection and appointment No. Three
and a tworoomsuite compensation.; and term of office I of amendment would be conducive both to economical and to effective government ,
mity nurse; Judges probation officers and other officers and "
for the superlnten- *mDluyeneCONGRESSIONAL; Vote for one and should be endorsed by the voters In the General Election.

Amendment No 4 proposes the establishment of a sixteenth Judicial i ''I t
the LeaIslature may and determine
this new building the Mem- without being limited thereirescnribeby certain. existing For Representative In Congress If. B. CROSBY (Dem) I circuit to consist of Monroe County alone. This county, along I"

one Community can serve other provisions' sections In of the the Declaration State Constitution of Rights or Second Congressional. District __ with Dade, now comprises the eleventh circuit, having two circuit ,

widowers and single per- 1 judges. One of the judges is now resident In Monroe County and ,I
Vote for O8I.eFOR
>Ich it could not do before. the Amendment r= -_-- .- - serves there excepting when his services are required In Dade. Thus, (

For Member although the eleventh! circuit Is overcrowded and Judges are appointedon
Board Of Public
E. BENNETT (Dem
CHARLES )
ce Figuresew AGAINST the Amendment r Instruction County Board the basis of one per 150,000 population, in effect Monroe County already r

... has a judge to serve Its 19,000 population. a
Book -- ------- -- Member. Residence District

'olk Songs NO.2 No. Five It might be argued with some justification that there Is a' real
need for overhauling the circuit of Florida 'I
court system and the
To amend Article Vlt. Section S of the State Vote for one
ord County has a stake in Constitution I to provide that a state census will LEGISLATIVE Florida Bar Association In Its 104ft convention adopted a motion favoring1
no longer be required, to be taken and, beginning '
raga of Florida," the new ; with the fedora I census. of 1950. adopting For Member House Of -, If. A. LAWSON a complete revision of the judicial article of the Constitution. v,
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;rut published by the.-UnW. state the preceding census. decennial federal census as the Representatives Dem) F However:, it must be pointed out that piecemeal revision affecting' only

of Florida Press. It was I Monroe County would be Inconsistent with the integrated or whole

j and edited by Dr. Altonis I Vote for one problem approach urged by the bar: association. Therefore 'It Is

instructor In music at FOR the Amendment -- questionable whether an exception to the general system should be

\ersity of Florida. 0 r- made for> Monroe and voters advised to vote
County are no on this
DOYLE E. CONNER Dem
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I preface to the book the Amendment ( 'I amendment.
AGAINST the
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expresses 1-- Amendment No. 0 would enable the legislature to appoint additional

re attractive H: Gibson music"who art prepar-work:' NO. 3 '0__ -_ -- Go To The Ballot Box county judges In counties over 230,000 population (Dade ,and
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did To amend Article TIT !Rnctlnn Ie,. of the Stale Duval). At the present time each Florida county has one county !'
who
entire book and Constitution to provide that each law shall emJUDICIAL
it r the transcriptions." Mr. brace but one sublets, briefly' expressed In The ballot box stands between a free people judge whose duties vary considerably from one county to another,
title and that no l law shall be amended by reference -
I. assistant principal of to Its title only, but that the amended For Justice Of The Supreme and enslavement. The right to vote is the strongest depending In large part on the county population. In soma countiesthe

ii cd High School. section be reenacted: subsection and published or paragraph at length amended shall Court Of The State Of Florida defense we have against oppression. > work load of the county Judge has been lightened to some extentby

led In the collection are --r- (full term of 6 years) Few people will deny this. Yet huge numbers! the establishment of one or more of the following: criminal courtsof

folk songs recorded from FOR the Amendment I. GROUP 1 of Americans, who regard themselves as good and record, civil courts of record, small claims courts, and juvenile

'ring of MI"!. C. S. McClellan -- -- patriotic citizens fail to take advantage. of their courts. In Dade and Duval Counties, even though all four: such

Springs" who learned them Vote for one greatest privilege.In I special courts have been created, there are still more residual duties

her mother-a native of -AGAINST- the Amendment_ __ -r- local elections, it 1, common for less than' for the county judge than he can perform without Incurring excessive

ri County Among" these are. NO. 4 ELWYN THOMAS (Dam) I half of the eligible voters to go to the polling delay. This work consists In large part of dealing with the settlement C
ever Dagger", "Lord ThornJ Constitution booths. 'Even in national elections in of estates, wills, and guardianship matters, which are of vital -
Stale which
d '"Barbara To amend Article V of the 1- men
text of the lengthy Allen. ballad, by teenth adding'Judicial a Section Clretilt H thereto of Florida creating. to o''aja: l Ix-of are running for, the highest offices, and in Importance to those Involved and whlcfj)) should be dealt with 'T

Itrmaid, ,'" was furnished by Monroe County with certain provisions with -- which Issues and principles of the utmost moment promptly if the welfare of the citizens to be properly served 'The i '
reference to a Circuit Judge and a State Attorney lawyers of these counties report that injurious delays are
*tha Adkins, also of Starke. for sold circuit. For Justice Of The Supreme are at stake, millions of us don't vote. frequent f

her ballad "Little Mary I Court Of The State Of Florida The result of course, is government by minor. since the'Judges' calendars are overcrowded. :

"," was credited to "an old FOR the Amendment (full term of 6 years.;' ) Ity-there Is no way to measure the ''views' and The amendment appears to meet a real need and would permit e'

"d I Starke.It tells the. ,- GROUP: opinions of the man who fails to exercise the rightof the legislature to modify the existing system so that the Interestsof

'ul story of: AGAINST the Amendment franchi.se. Government of the people Is possible the citizens would be better served. An affirmative vote would '

e Mary/ Phagan ---- Vote for one only when the people make their stand known- seem In order on this 'amendment. !

went to town one day; NO. 5 and that can be done only at the ballot box.To Although few candidates have opposition In the General Election rand

went to a pencil factory amend Article V by adding thereto HertlnnI T. FRANK IIODSON (Dem) ,_ On November 7th there will be another election consequently there are no heated campaigns to stir the Inter-

et her little pay. A, providing of more than that. two In countlM hundred with fifty a thousand population of great importance. .Thecontrol of Congress. will ests of the voters, there are soma very Important issues to be decided. J,

!Ml her home at seven; the Legislature may provide for one additional J be decided. The Presidential campaign of 1952 In addition to the five amendmenta discussed above, Bradford Coun }

kJaaed her mother goodbye; county* Judge duties; and and: provldlnir componnntlon/ for of the said election additional _r will be strongly Influenced by what happens this ty voters will register their approval* or disapproval of countywide

one time did the poor chad county)' jud.e.__ For Justice Of The Supreme November. Policies which will determine the future fire control. That Is an Important matter that affects in more or :

'k before the was going to die. r Court Of The State Of Florida of the nation, for good or ill, will be estab. less degree, every person In the county. ''i

't a vlliian Mary returned home FOR the Amendment (unexplred term) lished. The majority will rule, as usual. But the Therefore, we urge all of our readers to go to the poll on November tT
"with a brutishwho true voice of the majority can never be known if .1
did her In and Vota for 7th and exercise one of the greatest American privilege -tha
laughed AGAINST Amendment t again as' in the past millions! of people who
Diary[ you've met pos right to vote
loom," your -- r ssithe right to vote shirk their duty and reJllpon.FIRE r ',
Morris CONTROL B. K. ROBERTS (Dem)

'"a In began 1933 when work he on'the dls- FOR A COUNTY = = I Study the candidates and the "issues. Make up

1 that no one had made any FIRE CONTROL UNIT j your mind as to which of them, In your opinion SEE US

J t to record folk songs sung AGAINST COUNTY" can do the most to keep this country strong, sol

,<* and many were survlv- FInE CONTROL: UNIT (Continued la Next Column) vent and free. And then vote. ) FOR YOUR .

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ADDRESSESINTEREST'' FP&L I Generating On Aircraft Carrier I FBI Publishes Cigarette TaxPayments r Fresh Fish & Oysters tho

F Capacity ExpandedFor Samuel M. Mott, boatswain's Wanted Notice May Total -. ,!

GrowthPlenty mate, 3rd class, USN, recently reported For SubversivesThe $30,000 For Year f
blowing Future
new, renewal and
FlSHD'mT It
a t addresses received by for duty aboard an aircraft FBI has Issued a new ;
Is assured share of the state MAGNOLIA
I lepapha will be ot Interest to of electric power carrier of Task Force 77. This "wanted" notice-for subversives. Starke's cigarette ,
growthor
tax totaled $2.83409
: for Florida's future IT. 8. DEPARTMENT Or money
mobilization carrier, supported by other United Large posters Imprinted with In August, the largest monthly return CLYDE W. COLSON f, ;t
meet the war JUSTICE
Halle to .
: Jr., 1720 S. W. 78 Nations Fleet units, has been the penned slgnatur. of FBI DIrector -
Rums according to McGregor since the payments began In Ph. 24S 204 E. Call 8. 8tark l ""
needs.
Fla. launching repeated air strikes against J. Edgar Hoover, will soon D. C.
Light' Washington
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frrtrude Roach 1114 B. Smith Florida Power North Korean supply lines appear In police stations and defense October 11, lDM ? ,
Pueblo, Colo. Company President.In and military Installations.Ifott plants across the nation proclaiming : During the ten month period, t :
Matthews
stockholders Dear Mr. :
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a report to Company : November through August, Starke J
Ibtley, 2..8-10 Moon( Ave, out that was one of a large group I want to take this opportunityto ,
G I Smith pointed "Protect your country The has collected a total of 24,033.40If a Better
forward area
the Quality
capacity of men moved to for HALL MARK OKC-TINO CARDS) j,
apprectlatlon
H 0. generating express my payments continue at the pres- .
his Company's President of the United States on
Burgett. 120 8.Dixie expanded the Navy recently, bringing Na- editorial entitled "The FBI andSabota..e" PHOTO rustaulNe WATCH I
V. bas already been greatly by 24, 1950. requested all law- the ent rat. the city should receive) at
Hollywood July t
Fla. to wartime strength. 14 urn. .1..Vlell JKWILHYWedding
Shriven since VJ Day. It Is already upped val forces there enforcement agencies patriotic which appeared In the least $30,000 for the first year: of .
121-1 w. 8th St., 426,000 8, 195O edition of the se/A-RIND
to I
kllowatta September operation under the new tax.
'te4a IT, form 210,000 organizations and YOU to reportall Cameras
erlte CaltL Hughes and will ultimately be tripled when He l La the son of )fro and Mrs. S. Information relating to espionage Telegraph. It was thoughtful of August payments to other townsIn / 1 d Watches

"ilienlll change additions now under construction M. Molt of Brooker. sabotage and subversive activities you to point out to your readers this\ area were. folows: Brook- H -- ?
to Box 523 J'SUor It to should be PO"T"'IT a fWE
e, F1a. or In the planning stage boost thanks to confidence and to the FBI. how Information reported er f 148.07; Hampton 'l>5.47; Keystone A DY.RTFIINO QAPHFk5 eTONlfiNO_
19 3. war alert. watchful citizen to the FBI and the type of In- Heights f934.14; Lake Butler [o
Cute. 2U7 660,000 in In private Investors. "Be ? "HOTOG"'H't PLATINODiamonds .A
N. Ave. Or- foresight
which Interest us.
ftyton orida. Citing Florida Power A: We"Company's Smith' reference to "alibi. was can save many American live. formation : J79T.33; Lawtey $361.30.! -
\ World War II record Admiral W It. Mun- Report only fact. Avoid reportIng It was kind of you to mentionthe : & i
change from pegged on 1OS W. CALL ST. PHON SSSSTARKC.
4 'pMay of successfully serving sMrell of when awarding the malicious gossip or Idle rumors. grave dangers Inherent In private GIVESFAST POST CAMD
FI*. : s address FLORIDA
roe
when Flor- during the ." Investigations/ and I was glad PHOTOS) WEDDING errs ..
t04 urgesa Rt 7 Greene military: Installations utility a Navy citation ..
> convert- views In this matter
Ida's resort centers were hla last war. Said Admiral Munroe to note that our i j Our Reputation la Your Guarantee of Satisfaction'' i ,
told do coincide.
Smith 4 Ught EDWARDS BUYS ANGUSW. '
'lie LIi.mmr''r' 11003 eTto use. to Florida Power
: Philadelphia? Pa.Hazel stockholders: "If extraordinary referring Company's performance "When M. BdwafoVof etarke recently Sincerely yours, RELIEPt J. R. Dullingion D. D. AllredPMOTDeePsea

) ;coyer. 332 Eut 4th st., demand again arise we will ."do- w. (the Navy) called for power, purchased a purebred Aberdeen J. Edgar Hoover, Director + .n COLD JIWILCJIII1950 L Jr J Jtf

'I. Fla. liver. We don't deal In *Jibto.are for an we got power and not-thank God Angus bull from J. P. Ramsey of rederal Bureau of MISIR1U $TWM
C. again. Investigation.
Larr amore, Homeland, "We prepared economy or -alibis" :Mlcanopy.
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ular election will be held in December PRIZE WINNING FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPH Binding closer, soul to soul, I were taken to the Hampton shut- anniversary of Howell on October Edw. Saxon who

at which time a marshal I No matter how far or heavy the ins. 16th. Mr. and Mra. George William and Mrs Glenn eleah.

will be elected. W. P. Kemp had load, I also had as Saturday supper while there :!den
Attending the Nev7 River Association guests Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban
been serving temporarily. Sweet. is the journey on friendship Mr
L. II. hitch at and
i I road. and all day meeting and family of Lawtey Mrs. Ida Mn Bute n P
PTA Carnival church La Crosse, on ton of B"II
i So I shall close-but I shall be Antioch near Williams and Russell Williams. .or, Frllll'
(Held over from Oct. 27 .'Imue) Tho Lawtcy school PTA Is 'I, ,' Aa4o4 i thinking of each of you. From | October 11, were the Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mra. W. A. Saxon and night gtleato J Mr ,
sponsoring a Uallowe'en Carnival to Wis- R. C. Gray, Mrs. J. J. McKowen, little son, Billy are living temporarily Luther Wattlrll I'
to Indiana
Out of town guests of Mayor and to be held on Saturday evening 5 'f Pennsylvania Mrs. E. G. Saxon Mrs. Mamie in Cedar Key where Mr. )?

Mrs. O. J. Anders last Sunday were I Oct. 28, at the school house Attractions consin to Wyoming, to Florida, Mead, Mrs. Frank Thomas, Mrs. G. Saxon Is employed. On Sunday Mrs Marl) \tanDlng

their daughter, :Mrs. Pauline Red. for both old and youngare wherever' you are-I send my love E. McIntosh, Mrs. Douglas Hardy they had AS guests Mr. and Mrs. children ha, ae.t g1Jtltt
also Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie ( across the many miles, and know, mother,, M.vSlarke .
grave, being and the EIUs: '
planned. public I 1'1 and Russell Williams. Joe ,McKowen and Mr. and Mrs./ the
each of that I am wishing you ,
you
+, Hagan and Mrs. Martin Leigh all invited. ." Claude L. May was the speakerat
of Jacksonville, and their son and health, happiness and all the best Christian church on
Graham
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jimt Ice of the I'etwe .- in life this very day. God bless
James Anders of Palatka. Mrs. Clyde Singleterry has recently a you all. Sunday evening and will speak Sunday Every Branch of

Huron and Mrs. Leigh are sisters been appointed Justice of the LOVE, LURA.HAMPTON there every second and fourth

of Mrs. Anders. Peace, District 1, by Govenor War at the night service. INSURANCEH.
1
honored
Mrs. Fred S. Dodd was
ren. Mr. Singleterry has been living "
Storm Damage: I in Lawtey for several months. : _________ with a shower of birthday gifts on ,.
The storm last week did considerable and is currently working In Gaines Tuesday evening, Oct. 10, by members
the local Home League at
damage in Lawtey but the ville. By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney the Salvation of Army Camp.
C. WALL
citizens thankful that no one AGENCYPLEASE
are
Friends of O. W. Roberts, Jr., ,! Honoring Miss Doris ParKer, .
was Injured or.that no serious damage who underwent an appendectomy (Hold' over from O..t.. 27 l..Hiie) :who left recently to Join her parents
PHONE
wait done. The root of the, in the Alachua County Hospitallast In Flint, Mich. Miss Helen 146
'
.. Bleak to Normal
Don-Ron Grocery store, C. A. Me-' week are glad he was able to ,, Jean Parker and Mr. and Mrs K. Constant *
Swain, owner, was lifted from the return to his studies at the University r Hampton is regaining Its usual D. May entertained with a small Service Over 50 Years -_

building and along with the tall this week. I'I trim and spruce appearance, after party at the latter's home on the

chimney was distributed across the Tho Sunday school mats meetIng :t. wearing a bedraggled, stormtossed eve of her departure.
Wall store and Grifffs block. of the New River look all last week. No sooner
the Associationmet AJF ., Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Perry and
The roofs of all the buildings were at the Baptist church here on "" I) had the city had all the weeds: granddaughters, Ruth and Carolyn

damaged but aside from the Don- Thursday evening of last week. 'I tall grass and dog fennels cut Perry Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon !

Ron building, the greatest damage Mrs. Harold Griffis has been elect t .., I down than along came the'high Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon, Mrs. WANTED !
to the Wall store roof and to ed leader and Is gales of wind and rain that felled
was planning a helpful r : Dora Munson and Mrs. M.. C.
the Grtffls Brothers grocery store program for the year. several large oak and pecan trees Sweeney recently attended the funeral :1,000,000 lb. Curtis Pecans

The south side of the latter was I The; Baptist WMS met at the \ I I tossed the moss, leaves, twigs end I of Mrs. Gladys Higgins in

damaged by the impact of the roof church on Tuesday of this week t.--,' debris, helter-skelter in all the I'' Waldo. MARKET PRICES at ALL TIMES

as It came in contact with the facade for the regUlar business and program ; streets, and making a veritable Friends are glad to hear of the
A creek out of the lower parts of WILL BUY
doing much damage to the meeting. continued Improvement of Mrs. ALL VARIETIES-

side of the building. Workmenare .. ,,; Main street. On Wednesday of last I Florrie Belle Brown, who underwent
Michael I Jerome Moore week, utility wires were affected SEE US
repairing the buildings this BEFORE
week. Mr. and Mrs.< Fred W. Moore This prize winning; Florida scenic photo was taken on Marlon with electricity off for more than a major operation on Thursday SELLING!

are announcing the birth of a son, Creek, near Haines City by Morris Monte De Oca, chief photographer twenty-five hours the lack of I of last week in North Florida
The home of Mrs. Effle Mine Clinic in Starke. She to
Michael Jerome, In St. Vincent for the Florida State Advertising Commloalon. It took the Blue RIbbon power affecting the City water expects DILLARD KEENE
came in for its of the dam
part return to her home this weekend
Hospital, Jacksonville, on Wednes- Award at the recent meeting of Florida in system and causing Hamptonltes
photographers
when a large tree Tampa. I 821 Temple Ave
age sycamore Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Griffin of
day, October 18. Bob Ruskauff, noted California photographer said of the picture to go "dry" for thirteen hours on Starts( }
uprooted and landed on a storage Jackaonvile, are spending some
!It Is worth hanging in the Thursday. Everything Is now
house directly behind the main Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Metropolitan Museum. Monte De Oca time with Mr. Griffin's father W.
building crushing It to the ground Joyce Futch and son, Benton, were made the picture while shooting an outdoors assignment. back to the usual routine and regulation H. Griffin, who has been ill the
with
The tree missed the main buildingby shopping In Jacksonville last sat- no particular damage past week.
credited to the second hurricane
only a few feet. urday, Fred Whidden of the Merchant
of the season.
Electrical current was off for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richards of Marine arrived recently to spend a O.ALVAREZ&SON STORAGE

most of the time on Wednesday Lake City spent Sunday with the Church News month with his family here.

and Thursday. This was very inconvenient :J. E. Wall family The Lake Swan Youth Ralliesare Miss Martha Home, student at ', ... .. _
as the town was not Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas being attended regularly each the U. of F., attended the State b *\:: .1. tilr We operate

only dark but the water supply and son, Jody, of Hendersonvllle,, week by a- large group of/-young Baptist Student convention at t.t r ttVALVARCZ'6 SON* lung

was cut oft as the supply comes N. C., are visiting Mrs. Thomas's 7 people from all the churches. Re- Lakeland last weekend, and visited C't.-.. ., ," ............*., anYuherele f
from electrically operated pumps. cent speakers on the have friends at Southern College. -- MOVING
itinerary f) ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. .
ty JLura MoKirPONCA. .......__
Many of the streets were unpass- Mrs. H. B. Arwood U visiting Sunjess been students from Trinity Col- Dr. and Mrs. J. C. DuBose of ;8.:otJ :..... EXCELLtV.STORIGE
able because of the high water or relatives. .. in, -Birmingham, Alabama., NEBRrWherein lege, St. Petersburg and Jimmy Vero Beach have been visitors of .

fallen limbs. Mr, and Mrs. J .C. Prevail, Jr., the gulden autumn and Nancy Portman recently returned Mrs. DuBose's sister, Mrs T. F. -ij .
clay the
I
was writing of Don's father from Brown. 4
work in
Marshal Namisl and family of Ocala, spent the bring imwiorliw. and I revel" in the who has Missionary -
long since into i .
passed the
Jamaica. Last week the Internationally Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs \CILIIE.
The City Council met in called weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. nights and toiuulu. ; I pause to med"
great
beyond. Yea, there the
Prevail Be. was known accordionist, Ar- Robert Gray were Mrv and Mrs. H. Agents For !
session last itate.
to
Tuesday evening _
name of the man. We will call nle Hartmann had charge of the F. WIndham and little son, Rusty, L -
select a marshal to succeed H. L. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. him John.
Sasser If I had known what trouble Age 68, May 7, 1034 evening program, and told the Mr and Mrs. Russell Scarboroughand DelcherBros.
resigned. After careful J. S. Eunice last Sunday were Mr. you
Hanged
have been bearing; himself. Wife and several story of his conversion, along with Miss Armese Butler, all of See us fin
study of the various and Mrs. Warren
applicants, Bailey of St. children
were left to grieve. I his own arrangement of Tampa. Mr. Gray, teacher In theRalford
What gospel .
griefs were In the silence of
-
decided to Marys, -4
they appoint D. B. Georgia and MISS Eula called the lawyer and him the
gave hymns the accordion school I
face played on accompanied the
Thomas your ;
to serve the remainder of Mae Eunice of Gainesville.Mr. Information.
Then he
wanted
I would have been more to 6th .and 7th grades to White
the term of :Mr. Sasser. The reg- and Mrs. Ovid Futch and and caring. gentle know about one of John's sons.. UM.S: Meet Springs recently, to attend Ute

children of Gainesville were visiting And tried to He, ten years later, died in an insane The W M. S. met in the home I Stephen Foster Memorla ServicesMr.
give you gladness fora !
Mcs.: Futch's parents :Mr. space. asylum. "If I had known I J Jwnui \ot Mrs. Eddie Allen on Thursday and Mrs. Julius Recher of I SERVICE
and Mrs. Ed May Saturday of last grier was in me silence of Y\JRE\\ STOKE
week. I would have brought more warmth afternoon Oct., 12th with 16 members Jacksonville were Sunday dinner
your face I would have been more guests of Mr. and
into the Mrs. I. J. Rusha.
placeIf <
Walters last Sunday were Mr. and I had known. gentle and caring. If I had knownas present and with two new Miss June Rccher visited with Miss PHONE 189
T) Guests of Dr. and Mrs. W T. she members Mrs. Doris and
If I had known what despairing poem goes. Yes most Hardy Peggy Hinson. State Roads 100 & 200

EASE '' thought drew you;, of us are In too big a hurry and Mrs. Rhoden also in attendance. M... and Mrs. R. O. Copeland STARKE, FLORIDA

PRICKLY HEAT I would have lent a little friendship concerned with ourselves. But we Opening song- was "Jesus Calls of Valdosta, Ga, have been visitors OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M.\
and can always and "God
Diaper Rash FASTI' to you, pray say, Us," and a was offered of Mr and Mrs. Lynn Hall Miss
I Rellel from prickly. h..t one other minor help me." So I take courage and prayer by Margaret Hall '' .
t+ + r akIn' Irritation comes fast wh a you UM And slipped my hand within your live on. Every morning is Mrs.< Frank Thomas. The scrip- attended the recent
medlctlod IoYOO.. .ROr.. Now hand a new Crawford-Norman
und for wedding in
ell minor.. kin. Ireluiloni. Soli wttti And made day and I never let anything'I ture reading was taken from sect Starke. Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries,
..
.
""on.'- BUDronu.. at III drunliu.. your stay more pleasant bother
In the land_ me in early morning. I and chapter of Ephesians. The Mary Katherine Wadsworth and And Accessories

"If I had known." open my eyes with a glad start. program opened with the president Betty Joyce Turner of Gainesville
I ..
Whoopee) Another day! rr
..... Mary Carolyn Davies. In charge, and all members. took have been visiting"relatives here.
-- My thoughts turn to all of you This morning I realized it was part in the of "Behind Mr. and Mra. George Williams,, Let us SIL-I-K EL EN your car

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION out there who read this' now while Friday the 13th. Ha! I try not study) the Howell Williams and Mrs. J. L.William's by the new Silicone The
to be Iron Curtain," Mrs. K. process new
my little apple pie bakes. I.have superstitious but somehow I B. Watter- have been guests of Mr.
to
Our way lasting beauty. $7.50
Bt -r already baked the raspberry. How found myself thinking "now,' if I son gave the closing prayer. The and Mrs. Frank Williams and car
>tlt > y many of you this afternoon, like can get through the today without hostess served tuna fish sand- family in Dunnellon. While there O WATERPROOF A Corrosion ReDURABILITY.

PHARMACISTS the above poem, need a cheery breaking my neck or something wiches and cake with tea. Gifts they celebrated the 10th birthday

Policy pays for word, a helping hand f We so often dreadful happening." Then I cannot
help but laugh. I have been
i go about our way nursing our own
what is stolen or i hurts and griefs, not aware of the interrupted twice. A man came

great need that your near neighbor for a tank of gas, and, the .truck

h** for you. In this life we all man just now brought two new

destroyed have so many hurts and things to caskets. I turn my thoughts back

Charley E. Johns vex and confound us that this to last night gnd what wonderful .
afternoon, across the many miles, dreams I have. It is though I

Agency I give each of you my hand. If am,young again and my son is a ;;

'Phone IS 8TAKKE. FLA. you are happy, I congratulate you boy. We run and skip and play 4e # o

-i. on your good luck. If you are ill through hours of joy all in along DEPENDABILITY

ON.THE-MINIT SERVICE and sad I press your hand in dream. Even dreams are not.
J. S..: God dull., Whoopee! It rides more
PHONE sympathy. "In His great smoothly It
,... operates more
mercy will heal our hearts and HELPFUL, HINTS Try Take one ride Chevrolet economically It's better looking all around
"e.tl....THR TRAVELERS Hartford Day 64 Night bring our troubles to close ing bugs from the clean-I is the smoothest ring agree Chevrolet's famous Valve-in-Head En tin
... .. a some- car: in its field. It's Outstanding good looks accompany
.. ... give, exclusive
.... the to Chevrolet
in
only its
day. My love is deep and bound baking soda. Just put a low-priced car: combining the price outstanding performance of Chevrotol

less. I give freely -whether' you a cloth, rub on glass!' and wash with famous Unitized Knee-Action: Ride and nation range brings of thrills you and an outstanding combi: ] cars-only: low-priced: car: with,! froell

know it, whether >Ji'!: need it, water. When baking cinnamon airplane-type shock'absorbers all around. dependability after thrift t. plus proved Fisher-and most beautiful in ,"

whether you want It. It makesme rolls line the bottom of the pan year year. according: to a recent public survey.
IF YOU WANT A TREAT happy to give. with aluminum foil It will prevent It drives more easily, It lasts
,
Here the leaves are falling they hardening and burning. If Enjoy finest no-shift driving with PowerMany Chevrolets longer too It gives more for less throughout

BRING US YOUR ME ATI the clock stops, take a little kerosene elide Automatic Transmission and 105hp. ably after are performing depend. Only Chevrolet offers so many perfora-
are ten
a golden brown. fifteen
The day is engine-or or f
twenty of ol
on a feather or piece of cotton JI standard driving service. That's years ance comfort and safety features
We Pit Barbecue All sunny Don has gone to deliver and put a few drops in the with standard engine and Synchro-Mesh over a million one reason why there are highest-priced can at the lowest! price
Meats Transmission more Chevrolets
For fc out in the / lowest cost. on the and with such low of aw
gas country. I have works it will-no doubt run for road than other make. : cost: operation,
"I| .q.''. 23c: Per Pound Complete been thinking of the mysteries of quite awhile again. 'Combtnadon/ oPowngitd..Automatic any upkeep. Come in and see it now!

life this beautiful world and I am Try this FRENCH TOAST: Trasumiuion and lOS-h.p.Enstnr i eprionalon Da Lure model,at extra COlt.)1Jur .
Fresh Barbecued Fish & Ribs On Sale Daily I glad I live In a small town closeto 2 eggs

nature. The wild geese are 1 cup milk

going south. At present so many, 1." teaspoon salt 'Bef
Little
3 Pigs light on the river aqd corn fieldsto 1 tablespoon sugar BUY-bY All has

feed. The telephone rang. It Dip slices of bread in this mix-

Tcuipel Ave., Between Bus !Sta.! It School.; was a lawyer wanting to know of ture and then in corn flakes that

records of people who have passed have been crushed fine in the

away perhaps over forty years ago. hands. Fry in skillet in deep fat.

The big ledgers are stored in a I serve jelly or syrup. Good. .
cabinet in a small room oft the CLAY HILL I know it Is lovelyat

operating room. He gave me a Clay Hill. The days are sunny R

name and about the year I pulled and the leaves are all colors. The

down book after book: There I trees .will have grown a lot in the

pine woods since I last went down Th. n.dile.0.leeS 2DoeNgC
Mrs. H. H. Johnson of Sarasota the road. I can see the tangle of

HUNDREDS Mrs. W. R. Hayes of Mulberry, vines and the amber water flowing

Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Walters Jr., under the bridge. I know they
of details are managed and economically Mrs. C. T. Turner Mrs. F. P. are having good things to eat In

attended that only a trained and Woods and Miss Helen Waltersof the cafeteria. Mrs. Gussle Wilkinson -
Jacksonville The group en- Is cook and Dorothy Manning
careful organization can attend when joyed a birthday dinner at the helper. How I love them all.

parsonage Sunday evening honorIng P. S.: I have
an
the urgent need for serving is at announcement ..
Mrs. -
Woods and Mrs. John-I of a ion born to the daughter of
hand. Huldah Morgan. "I I
son.Mrs. am now a
Mildred Priest and Mrs. W. grandmother," Huldah writes me.
T. Walters were business visitorsto They named :
him
DeWITT C. JONESPhone Jacksonville on Monday. Congratulations. Guy Linton. YiI Chec -..;:

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith and Digger Is fine these F/I Station __, tLr
days. He
7 Starke Fla. sons of Jacksonville were weekend loves for me to take him for a TmMtey, NwMilMr. 7
guests of Mr. and Mrs. -pl- h
Clyde walk down
the road
east of the
I Funeral Director Ambulance Service Slngletary. ball park these" ELECTION. RETURNS t
evenings. It is TOT* In far mM
Michael and nmflmlm <*vr>.. wIMl"
(: Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences andservices Miami are visiting Johnnny their Sapp grandmother of- a joy Here to is watch a poem him I he love Is so, sent happy to MlMMlly'lmt_.,..n.mi.nlunn... m4 Mw.M...H.-V...,K.l._Meh.......

not otherwise available.
Mrs. Arthur Pearce. me:
Mr. ana Mrs. Hubert Priest and ,
Friendship
II Is a chain of gold
daughter Lorraine were dinner Shaped In God's perfect
'We furnish the highest type service at lowest price., and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Each link mold.
a smile a laugh a tear,
.' ,,accept: A.N5T life Insurance policy in force issied 1 by ANT Mercereau-ln Starke on Thursday A grip of the hand, a word of TORODECHEVROLETC
company as payment la part or In full on a funeral. evening of last .week, the occasion cheer.

t- L Consultation carries no obligation. I being Mr. Mercereau's birthday Steadfast as the ages roUt STARKE

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WlmpilOOdY of Graham,
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JrF. Lonal t!tip rlago rot or I mony jlr;River.!Mngolene ConferenceNew Saturday and In,Baptistsso Lake were Mrs.Padgett October Butler.Vernleavvtey unlteJ-, !




oyference of pastors, ,
held In

sham and I laymen Baptist Ten of was Church the twen-lastnight. a ,,


represented bra in ,the 8me and Association attend.nroxlnmted Rev.fstrickland -. TONIGHT -' Friday 8:00 "


pastor of the
If Baptist Church, dellv
stirring message on pray-
1 regeneration, using: John
I. text. Refreshments were
I the host church Imme-
litter the service. BHS
j Irene Ratliff was a bus!- vs.

i iI lultor to Gainesville lastand

I Mrs. Lessle Jones and
id Mrs, Russell Starling'dren F
of Tampa, were '; '

d nr.guests of Mr. and Mrs. BRADFORD PARK -,,: ;:

,r Willis\ of Williston was '"
Ms mother, Mrs. Albert

Monday. .' j jr
land Mrs Barry Dyal andId ;" '
I Mrs. Barry Dyal, Jr., f.\\
.
inner guests of Mr. afld '
ADULTS STUDENTS
Carlton Davis In Waldo 1950 SCHEDULE :
I
I Rev and Mrs. Miller of 75c
Carolina were visiting hereINYBROOK 25c ii'


I ; SEPTEMBER '22 WILLISTON -- 0 BUS -- 26


S -, 1t jj:: SEPTEMBER 29 SEABREEZE13 BHS 6.
[!II..Wanda Crosby ); --
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I over from Oct. :27, Issue) ;* '\ OCTOBER PALATKA14 BUS -- 6

[and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and 15P

not Miami spent Thursday .. OCTOBER 12 P. K. YONGE 6 BUS 28
Ji Sunday with the J. R. : --
lamlly. They were eccomp- e4

}i ere: by the Mrs.past Beulah month Kellynt in : ;: : \ :. ; OCTOBER 20 ALACHUA .6 -- BBS 19


Rev of,Jacksonville and Mrs. Ladd were dln-and ,, 3'11, :' OCTOBER 27 CRESCENT CITY 0 BUS l 18 ,

. stj of the Floyd Crosbys

Baylcss Mr Ladd Highway conductedat Bap- ;' ': NOVEMBER 3 DELAND HERE
ireh.Ronle. / - ,


.s e Hilah McNabb Driggers and of baby Lake, rr 'T I :'}. NOVEMBER 10 LAKE BUTLER HERE 4
were guests of Mrs. J. R. :

[ursdsy afternoon of last r :: NOVEMBER 17 KETTERLINUS THERE

of Rev High and Springs Mrs. spent Wendall a) \%, .

last week with Mr. an' .
NOVEMBER 22 GREEN COVE HERE
C Crosby.rd m -
Brown, who has pent k, CO-CAPTAINS: Jack Hazen & Marvin Warren '!' .
it t 18 months In Orlando -
an ," - "' - -- -
V." li spending a few day; - "-" - - - j
Wk. with his parents, Mr.ra .
Lem Brown. We are
.
i report that Howard Is I'd-

nr fine. .....
JDrmonHtratlon/ Club v V V I 4 ,.. .. .... tllll 4. .., ",.. .
Sunnybrook
Home Demoni -
Club met Thursday after- Compliments of Best Wishes. Team! Onward, Tornadoes! Compliments of
>f last week with Mrs. J.
ly aa hostess. The session Lawson's Market & Cold Storage FLORIDA THEATRE PURE SERVICE STORE C. H. Nasworthy a11 _

Wed to order by the pros boat but eat Law-son's meat! U.S. SOl at Road 10O ,
See the Tornadoes The home of good entertainment General Supplies 1'I---r.--
|M.and the there matter being of election no old of .. 4 .., I" .. ...... .. ..

Was disposed of as follows: I v .. -4 v ,. .. .. ..

Nsurer at t, Mrs.and J. R.reporter Kelly; ,secre-Mrs. See you at Bradford Park tonight Come on out and boost our team Best wishes to the team Bring; home the bacon, boys!

Dorothy rolby. Ross, Home Demon ALVAREZ STORE Western Auto Associate Store_ SETZER'S SUPER STORES KOCH DRUG STORE ,

Agent, taught the clube Est. 1891 J. F Jaudon Starke Florida Btfcrke Florida '
belts from palmetto. It .. ,. ...... v. .., ..., .. v ,.. .. .. i
"ted to hold a "work meetth j
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Mrs. I ''' II '"
[ Floyd Crosby Oct 4
the Nations> purpose of making s Best wishes of Electric Service: & Supply It's a pleasure to back the Tornadoes Mow em down, Tornadoes ;
flag, and also ..
\wallets Florida Bank at Starke GUIDON GRILL
J. B. KITE, OWNERLet's C. H. Driggers :
Present Included Mrs Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .
McRae, Mrs. Elva McRae, Florida National Group Support the Tornadoes George Kopelousos Furniture Company l'
Member
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"ell Thomas, Mrs. "6 v. '" r ,.. ,
Gladys ... v v
1\1\. Mrs. Floyd Crosby, I ,. .. I .. --- 6". "... __ I
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McNabb\[ and MIss "
|7 IDlI'h"aynlU Ross. Let's go Tornadoes! Closed tonight-we've-gone to the game! Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes A good team like the Tornadoes m mCARPENTER'S I

Rayless Woman's Highway Baptist DRUG STORE ANDREWS MOTOR CO. Starke Builders Supplies deserves your support

mat Missionary Recall Store Carl Johns BARKSDALE'SGEM
Norman In the home of Mrs The ..., Phone 118, Starke .. v ".___ V ... ,V I V
Thursday evening .. ,,, -
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nt week. conducted Mrs. the Norman, the ....- .. ,,... i
devotion-
those participating: In the Be present tonight to cheer our boys to Support the Tornadoes with your presence Everybody out for tonight's game! JEWELRYvictory
""'ip Norman. Mrs. Iris ., /.

Crosby>lire Frank, Norman: Mrs. L. B. Alvarez Service Station DOWLING AUTO SALES Ed Simpson! "':.' 6''
and Mra
Teresa
Mr Farm Home & Auto Supply I Seaboard Railroad Watch Inspector
Norman served de- Temple* Call Streets t
refreshments during the( .. .. v, .. ... ...or 05(
"*nod.! .r,.S.. .. I .e rs? I BI .. ,
"'"hy, lIonored .... 4' '" .
'J1d'' Mrs. C. C. Crosby en- We're behind you, Tornadoes! You'll arrive safe at the game with Compliments of Best wishes from a ii,

1\r1th at their a party home Saturday honoring TORODE CHEVROLET CO. FIRESTONE TIRES Olson's) Refrigeration Service SLADE GAS CO., INC. F

", Bobby, fI
on the occasion We'll meet at the !
""teenth Sales Service 9. ft Roberts> Motorsiuimmau you camel. Good luck Tornadom.WHmimf .
birthday annl- .. ,
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About -' "I' "' .
40 .. .I
and The report a guests dellghtfu were MM 7 i... .. I'miaSm" 6' I' ........ .,, I ,or" mmSim I -----... ...,.... 1;, 't'
host. '
and cake to served the young hot Compliments of STARKE MOTOR COURT Compliments ofFlorida DENMARK FURNITURE CO. i'V

S. R. Johns Grocery GUY ANDREWS
CAL STUDENTS Power & Light Co. were proud to be Tornado boosters.
Starke's Leading Motor Court
D We're'IorDIIIlo' fans!
CADET OFFICERSofttcel'l .. .. ,
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tile UnIversIty for the of Florida's coming J Siiiimm; O ..Jmcm, "' o1t0 ,... v e .
y"
IIId air Compliments>> of
force Compliment from
Clltly announced.ROTC units Best of I luck: from Let's fill the stands for tonight's game.

l t'd u from. Starke for ground E. JOHNS AGENCY H. C. WALL AGENCY THE BROWN DERBY
Barney E. McRe> :Jr., CHARLEY WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
'aterant, assistant AD kinds of Insurance "Food as famous .. Its( name/ '
platoon Insurance
General ,. ... .. .
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_ed from Starke for aIr .. 1 ....
ta
ws, Bruce Eo Mathews,
'isnant.section leader. .
'I'P.f mad officer post- .
advanced students, In ? d !
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HAMPTON HOMECOMING QUEEN I I Sigma

Forum DiscussionOn (Tuesday Evening: Hostess To ClassThe The bl-menthie phi i

I i Hospital Issue The monthly meeting of the officers of the Evelyn Deal "a Theta "IRPte" ,II1teUn,
Parent-Teacher Association will beheld Sunday school class of the Methodist Phi will\ b, held at lit
I
A forum discussion for the purpose Tuesday evening, Nov. 14, at Church met at the home of Nov. 13 011, Monday'
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of exploring the possibilitiesof 1:30: o'clock In the school cafeteria. Miss Sharon Hall Monday evening: of Mr b I ,. P'I Rare

II county local ownership hospital and featured operationof the! "Education For A Living" will Plans were discussed for a hay. urg.the ''I ," ma Wlu

a for discussion. loft party to be held Nov 24. All
Office be the subject
j November meeting of the StarkeWoman's buimess. ) ...,
1'hune 20 Club held Wednesday Mrs. E. L. Matthews, education members and their guests will be vvh( r Oy
chairman, has charge of the pro dressed as farmers or farmerettes. and her rah.rrh6'
6... --- afternoon.The An educational film will Plans were also made for an "aft- In ,
gram. to
of I the n1, .,
In 'mb"
program was charge also be shown during the eve ter-dinner-coffee" once a month ""Iif'nl
Thanksgiving MusicalTo Mary Sue 'EppersonEntertains I Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, chairman Of ning.I honoring all members of the class Lamb preside 1 Ilia I:

Be Given By Class the club's Department of Health, (I The public is cordially invited to who have birthdays in that month., Hutto Diet", Green vice-oreloenr ,.
the at the beginning
who defined topic Refreshments T ,
were served after >
attend. obers
Methodist Choir"A Miss Mary Sue Epperson was of the discussion and asked| man

hostess to her Sunday school class that It be restricted as outlined.She I. .
will
Musical" --
Thanksgiving'; ot the Baptist Intermediate De- pointed out that the Woman -=--==":

be presented by the three choirsof partment Monday evening at her I Club had taken no official stand 11\i
the First Methodist Church oStarko home on Washington Street. I alt : the matter.
No- MARLIN FACTORY
on Sunday evening:
vember 19, at 7:30: o'clock, It: Miss Pauline Gay, treasurer, con Taking part in the dlscusslo SERVICE
announced yesterday by the ducted the business meeting In 1 were A M. Selg of the hospital
pastor wall Rev. Thomas Q. Mitchell. the absence of the president. Plans t business staff; II. V, Knight, GUARANTEED REPAIRS

The senior choir will be directed were made for their Thanksgiving Starke attorney; A. J. Thomas, Ls :
charity basket and for their > of the court State
clerk circuit
;1 1M ;
Mrs. ;J. W. Klncald and Watches Watch Bands Clocks
by
Jewelry
Pens
Miss Becky ,
Will sing three Thanksgiving Christmas party L Lt' Senator Charley E. ;Johns; Coun- Lighters _

anthems. The youth Jim Ritch.choir The will Mann During gave the the devotional.social hour light City ty Commissioner Councilman E.P. L.L.Crawford Bridges;; "Your Printed Factory Guarantee 7s Just Like Money To M"Ray ,
be directed by
the
served by
refreshments were
f children's choir has been developed C R. Hager reperesentlng Humph
the meetingwere
i through the Children's Hour hostess Attending reys Gold Corp.; and C. H Quick, Marlin
leader, and the
Mrs. Tigert, ru
each Wednesday afternoonat representing the Hercules Powder .
held Du- --
Misses Janet Dansby, Nancy t' '
build- Co.
3:15 in the educational
: Hazen, Jel1nSandel'll
Pre, Marsha Kay
; All speakers were In agreement*
ing under the direction of Mrs.
J'I Pauline Cay and Becky
( ,
R. Wainwright concerning the need of a local

The public Is cordially Invitedto Mann. hospital, but no definite conclusions -
attend this program of were reached as to the
ThanksgMnff music. Methodist Men method of financing Its purchase ; Better Than Al

The organist for this service Have Supper MeetingThe and operation ; ;
will be Mrs. E. K. Perryman. I Mr. Knight stated that five
Methodist Men's Brother- mills Is the maximum that can ?

f St. Mark's Auxiliary hood of the First Methodist be levied under law for hospital ,, Few Weekend
Church enjoyed a supper meet- 4 purposes. This would raise about y
,
:Members of the Women's Auxiliary Ing In the educational building on, $20,000 annually In Bradford
of St. Muik'a Episcopal Monday evening, October 30. County, he said. Of this amount
CtiurA will hold Its regular ;John Sproull, Gainesville District 1 some $12..OOO would be required for

monthly meeting Monday eveningat Lay Leader of the Metho- for the retirement of bonds, leaning "Specials"
7:30 o'clock In the Parish House. dist Church, was the speaker for only $3,000 for operating ex- .
Mrs. W. H. Noegel and Mrs. Stan- the meeting and discussed the organization penses. He estimated that a quarter fsw7'f o a
ley Noegel will be hostesses for of the Methodist Men's of a million dollars worth of

the evening. Brotherhoods. business accrues annually to the
A nominating committee was Mies Margaret' Hersey., daughter of Mr. and 1\1.... Clyde Hersey community from the operation of A&P's Storewide Low Prices

Remington portable typewriters appointed to bring In nominationsfor of ThercsHa, wan crowned Queen of the Homecoming Ketttlval at Hampton the hospital and for thin reason he

Tram. If de lroo. Bradford County officers to be elected at the Elementary School on October 28. Miss nersey has) done out- considered it a good business investment /7/ 0? Hundreds of Items Every Day
tA .1
T..E''J'8Ph. next meeting. standing'' 4-II Club work and wiLt be a freshmen In Bradford High' for the community.Mr. J

-- ,-- School next year. Thomas pointed out that the Instead of a Few One Day
county and school mlllaga in Brad-

Jr. Woman's Club New Name AdoptedFor ford now totals 33.6 and that the Weekend "Specials"FOOD
Second. Story Bungalow For Rent additional five mills for hospital
Aids Seal DriveThe Couples ClassThe purposes would make It total 406

mills. He said it Is true that the A&P ,believes you have a right to save J
Private, no other tenants, entire second story. Very, new. ;Junior Woman's club held "Mr. and Mrs. Fellowship"for STORECustomers' any dar

I :9 bedrooms, bath, large living room, dinette, kitchen. Oil their regular monthly meeting, young: married couples of the erty owners in of the certain county types are of already prop- hop.-Instead of only on special days or rl

Monday evening In the club house. First Methodist Church was or- ends. In addition to !
I circulating heat. Gan stole Jk hot water beater. COMPLETELY : A delicious dinner was served ganized Thursday evening, November carrying a heavy burden of taxa- Corner hundreds of store*'d,

FURNISHED except linen & silver. Electricrefrigerator. buffet style from an attractively 2, at a supper meeting. : In the tion all due homes to the In fact the that county practically claim- prices every day, A&P guarantees all advert

i tapered-llghted table. educational building.The homestead exemption. He said Our checkers: have a dif prices for a full week, even though market |
Thin residence has Us own utility meters.
"Mr. and Mrs. Fellow- pr
Mrs. H. H. Adams, chairman of name that: one suggested solution mightbe ficult job. Some of them should
Excellent condition. Living room, dinette, kitchen have the hostess committee, was as- ship," was unanimously adoptedfor to have a "true valuation" placed punch 20,000 caeh: register go up. This policy helps you M i It

Hinted by Mrs. & L.. Thomas, Mrs.T this group which formerly has" on homesteads whereby the key a week. on your total weekly food bill.That' .
ties. C. Hazen, Jr.? Mrs. W. C. Powell been called "The Couple's Class. ones actually worth more than

Mrs. S. O. Denmark, Mrs Ver- Couples were elected to serve as (5,000(: would carry their proportionate why we.re.o care (Prices shown here guaranteed ThuMaj-, \l lOth
officers as follows: Mr, and Mrs\ ful selecting and trainingthoie
non Sllrox, Mrs C. L. Curry, Mrs 'share of the tax burden.
Colonial Florist. ;John Torode-Mr. and Mrs. presto who our through Wednesday: Noimilwr 13th
Robert Crcen, Miss Lillian Stump, Cd.mtor Johns voiced his belief operate )
Miss Evelyn Stump and Mrs J. dent; Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Holiday, In.. the need for a hospital and checkout elands.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I.h. -Mr. and Mrs. Vice-President Mr.
Apply 7 R. Cliiisteen, Jr. ;
))
stated he would be'willing to try We're proud of their well
?nd Mrs. George Shei'wood-Mr.and '
Mrs. R. A. Green gave an interesting to get special tax legislation passed earned reputation for efficiency ;5-
..:.______ --.2- :_."'-- .._..:. Mrs. Secretary-Treasurer.
talk on the White House by the legislature If necessaryto and
;J. L. Cooper Is the teacher for accuracy. .
Conference to be held In Washington its operation. 'Super-Right" MEATS\
this Sunday School class which support But despite their beet efforts ( \
D. C.. in December. Mrs meets every Sunday morning at Since the hospital Is scheduledto
honest
mistake
Green is the delegate reperesentlng 9:45: in the Woman's Club build- close on November 15, however, may ...
OFFfCE SUPPliES Bradford County Children Committee Ing. A cordial Invitation Is extended this proposed legislation could not occur. Ilh.lyY MKSTKItV DEEr

and will, attend the conference to young couples to attend. be passed in time to meet the pres- You will be doing them? Chuck Roast, lb. . S
A. M. Selgr. manager of ent emergency. and ua a favor if you will

North Florida Clinic, gave an en- Vida Jean Gentry Mr. Knight said that If petitions call their attention to any :\0. I F.'CY

Carbon Paper lightening speech on the hospital containing five percent of the errora. Sliced Bacon, lb. . 49
: situation, Has Birthday Party qualified freeholders in the countyare .
3 Pencils A report was given on the district presented to the County Commissioners Customer Relations wFa'rEnv! cone FED FORK
meeting held In Arlington by VIdA ;Jean Gentry, young daughter it will be obligatory for Loin End Roast lb. 43
v
DepartmentII' -
of Mr. and Mrs ;J. L. Gentry, ,
Mrs./ Homer Swlndall. She was the board to call a bond electionOn
Inks accompanied to the meeting by was honored on Tuesday, Oct. 31, the matter. This, of course, ;StA&P Food Store I***?I! 7 Rib-Rib End Roast, lb. 4
Mrs. T. C. Hazrn. ;Jr. Mrs. Richard by her mother, Mrs. J. I* Gentry, could not be done before the November 420 Lexington Avenue T&
a Desk Pens Ray wan appointed chairmanof with a festive: party at the American 15 deadline. .If New York 17, N. y, *. & roOKlOM IIRADY 'o BAT

the Thanksgiving baskets wtftfi( Legion home, where a numberof L'ex Green., who was not a Small Size Picnics, lb. .. 3d
H. A. her young friends gathered (In member of the ,
Fine PapersDesk Mrs. Hugh/ Ingram and Mrs. forum spoke
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Bishop, Jr., as her committee. celebration of her tenth birthday from the audience suggesting that lona Peaches I MtRTLAND STANDARD OYSTERSPint
Calendar Stands anniversary. No. 2% 28c Sealed Can 7
the to devise
After the business meeting, a mass meeting' held
50c 0 Ribbons members spent the remainder of Hallowe'en colors were used in means for meeting the present

up the evening addressing the Christ. decorating the hall with quantltler emergency and continuing the op- I lona Flour, 25 Ib. $1.49 fUICK Whiting FROZEN DR------- : l

-:- Paper Rolls mas Seals to be mailed out for of gold and yellow pompoms. eration of the hospital until such .
the Tuberculosis Christmas Seal Mrs. Katie Murphy assisted Mrs time as special tax legislation can
Desk Calendar Pads A Legal Forms Drive of which Mrs. J. R. Kite I.1 Gentry during the afternoon supervising be passed by the Legislature. He lona Peas - 13c Place rOr" rNow/or.

chairman. the many exciting gamer said that real estate could not

59cup played bj\ the children. bear any additional burden, and lona Corn . 15c PILGRIM BRAND TURKEVIYELLOW
Acct. Books During the latter of the
part
-,- Woman's Council suggested a special levy on ciga-
afternoon Vida Jean opened her rettes, beer and electric lights.At .
Get 1951 refills now! Filing NeedsBradford Met TuesdayThe many lovely gifts, after which the the close of the discussion, lona Sliced Beets 15c MED

guests sang "Happy Birthday" at Mrs. W. R. Morse, club president, Onlons,2Ib. .
e regular meeting of ther she blew out the gold and green appointed Mrs. P .L. Bridges and lona Pork & Beans lOc
County Telegraph Woman's Council of the candles on her beautiful Hallowe'en Mrs. ;J. A, Griffin to serve as a ,
Christian 'Church was held at the birthday cake. > committee to confer with similar I -
I AtllTKIIOOK!\ TILL
PUERTO RICO SWEET POTATO
home of Mrs. Homer Swindall
Ice
cream was served with the
Tuesday afternoon, cake and each guest received a local committees organizations appointed to work by on other this Milk . 2 for 23c Yams, 5 lb. . 2

I Plana for many forthcoming activltles Halowe'en basket filled with can I problem. LF.CTEn. 11&7,1'' ..
were made and discussed dies with bubble 5 lb.Dog 2
/ tyR gum. .r. Dexo, 3 lb. - 85c Idaho Baking Potatoes, _
i the most Important being a chick. About 23 young friends enjoyed I I ...===--==--- -=
occurTNe pn supper to be given by the this occasion with Vida Jean. FIVE JUICEOranges
n a N i t LO 1
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[ I Council on November 30. 5 lb. bag
! Food ,
2 for 25c
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The meeting was opened with
..rca Methodist Circles DA&ILC rtLIFORNLtC.E.l3.ER ,,
i scripture reading by Mrs. Swindall) 2 !"
I. and prayer by Mrs. Clyde Colson. Met MondayCircle STARKE FLA.' : Red Emperors Grapes,. '

i if f After the closing prayer by Mrs Old Dutch 12c Fall ('RUIP FLORIDA 1
Ara Moltt, delicious refreshment 3 of the Methodist churchWoman'a Fri &; Sat. Nov. 10, 11 Pole Beans lb. .
,
were served. Society of Christian Ser
11 I vice met at the home'of Mrs. Fos- DOUBLE FEATURE 'rl"lI'J.1! J1NB: PHKF.U PLAIN
1 The next meeting will be a 1
$ O social to be held at the home of ter Shl Smith Monday afternoon, It's A Soft-Weve 2 for 23c DONUTS, doz. -

( 34Si Mrs. Leona English on November i with Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb servIng ,
",:liFt PtRKEIl
21 at 7:30: P. M. All ladles are In- as cohostess.Mrs. Great UICK FI'DGI'] MIX: 2
Feeling Gold Loaf Cake -
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T. H. Slade, chairman
Dawn vited to attend and enjoy a delightful "Junket" 31c
.c ONLY evening together. conducted the meeting and Mrs With Dennis Morgan JtNE! PARKER 1
Herbert Deal offered the prayer 1 / Ib.
Fruit Cake UL.
$00 Mrs. E. I AND _
Matthews
program
1 OUAHAMTIIOfOl UDC Members Meet chairman, presented Mrs. ;J. R. --:- Jane Parker
GIVER MONTHLY f YIAU Shadows Angel Food Bar
. '"" At Godwin HomeMrs. Wainwright who read "This Much the WestWith
p SENSATIONAL NEW n.bviu br tsperta I Know" taken from the World Woodburys .' 9c
with New pan. ;J. W. Kincaid, presided Outlook. Mrs. Matthews also gave Andy Clyde
[ BOTTOM HOLER_ over the meeting of the W. T. excerpts from a recent editorial Also Cartoon at Serial JI\TH ntnCashmere Price Policy

WITH Weeks chapter of the U. D. C. In the Florida Tlms-X7nlon entitled I Sun. Mon, Tues., Nov. 12-14 Bouquet A&P's
; which was held Wednesday afternoon "A Man From America 14c

of last week at the home of Who Knows.' Following the program Massacre RiverGuy hundredalmohve <
fiM1uftViiI Mrs. W, ;J. Chandler and Mrs. W Mrs. Slade conducted the P bath bar 13c + Storewide low prices on ofT
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plans were made for the bazaarto Ii'
During the historical program Also Short &: Newt or weekeu
WITHCUT AMV Mrs. Luther Powell gave an Interesting be held flee 8 in the educational Vel 1, I large pkg. 30c a few "one-day"
..
talk on Wade ampton.{ building. Tuea.. Wed., Nov.. 13 A 18 I Ul.
Mrs A. U Davis will attend the It was decided to have a covered DOUBLE FEATURE Fab guarantied l
ACME VACUUM STORES, Inc. I I'I'Er General U. D. C. convention in dish luncheon at the Slade homeon large pkg. 3QcOctagon + Advertised prices are Lone

412 W. Forsyth .St., Jacksonville, Fla. Richmond, Va., on Nov. 11. Mrs. Tuesday Nov 14 for the members Vicious YearsWith week even though market pro|
of the Circle to sew for the
E. K. Perryman was elected secretary toilet
err i for the bazaar All members of Circle Tommy Cook soap 6c Co up.
Cflllmtnt I would Illit a F>.. Horn D.IIo" e' a Singer sS year. 3 who are Interested In sewingfor PLCSSearch hM our'We
i Mrs. Grady Matthews, newly
:
: this policy
believe
the bazaar are Invited to at-
obligation
Ilecttlc .Portable wllh.ut any ny part.f'nT I elected president of the Florida
tend. Mrs. Slade appointed Mrs. save more money-
division of the U. D. C. has been ForDanger tomers
1 1i
... Hogan Smith as chairman of the
i AoaVoil II Invited to be a guest at the next punch committee of the bazaar. A&P the correct price mukd
I II meeting. Food StoreWlth itemized CUTE.]
The
pie and coffee committee will
an
State I plus
Item,
city: During the social hour, followingthe
be Mrs. H. M. Rtoiarde, Mrs Solt M
11 i If R./.D. address pl.a.o ....
____________ hostesses served light refreshments I Tea Co
_________ I j Plus Latest News 300 ave at A&P.
East
to the 20 members and During the social hour tempting Call Street, Starke, Fla.

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I Mrs. W. .T. Epperson- Sr., will 1 Oil Bad wood hetr. aU sice. breakfast In the recreation hall. the Post will discuss plans for Its Jk 8 were W. H. Graham, John have rendered consplcloua service

I celebrate her 74th birthday anniversary I.I at Hart Furniture (..0. The group then went to the Key- 1951 membership campaign which Godwin and Charles Hardy. Voyageurs to the organization.OKI .

Saturday with a family re Miss Martha Lee Ryan of Jacksonville stone Inn where the meeting was will soon set underway in full attending from Starke
I union. called to order by the president of force.! As a climax to the meeting newftpapera rent-a-pouml at
<<: was a Sunday dinner guestof were A J. Thomas Jr., A. L. Crosby
the Mrs. EdwardCannt- Legionnaires' Herb Deal and T. the Bradford County Telegraph./
Deanery,
Mrs. Albert T. Spencer of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.Mr. Jr.; and Dr. A. Y. Covington.the .
pella.: Following the business C. Hazen Jr., will prepare a giant
spent n few days the early and Mrs. Er tat Green. of 40 & 8 Is the honorary and
dur- hamburger fry. Second desk type-
luncheon served hand Royal
THE meeting was
IN NEWS
part of the week with her sister. Gainesville of unmaking society of the American
Sunday guests
were ing which Father George Cum- Sigaby Prince of Gainesville, I writer. Excellent< utiape. Terms.
Mrs. J. R. Walnw right.IS Legion and membership Is offered
'
v ____ Mrs. W. M. Wimberly.Mrs. .
,1 ming of Ocala, guest speaker. District Commander of the Lejtlon's who Bradford County Telegraph
Armstrong linoleum V. S. St. John returned tc only to those Legionnaires
I and "
all
Council District notified
.1 poke on "Good Camp. Fourth ,
and Mi-s. A.
C.
ana Ir& M B. Heriong Durden and Mrs. J. I Cimgolcum. Floral anil tile .pi.t- her' home Tuesday after' enjoyinga Posts in the 4th District that the
P Stubblns at- W. KIncaid weie In Tampa ti-rn...
over Hart
M. R I Furniture Co. three weeks' visit with her annual District Winter Conference "
;1 Id Smather's: reception at the Weekend visiting Mr. and Sirs Mrs W. J. daughters; Alice and Eleanor. and FFA And FHA '.
tha Epperson. Sr and would be held next SundayIn
)J!Vflowet) Hoof Garden In C. C. Hoppe. Mrs. George Anderson drove tc grandchildren Sharon and Paul I! Will Play Softball Crystal River at the Seminole I OUR MEAT A FRESI4AS

,nvllla Thursday of lastS Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, Jr.. Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon to In Pinellas Park. Mr. St. John Club beginning at I 0 A.M. It I Is

of Newman. Ga.. arrived here pick up Mrs. Epperson's daughter flew his plane down to Pinellas A' softball game between the expected that a large delegation I MEAT CAW BE"

H lohns, Sr., left Thurs-I I Tuesday to spend two ;weeks with I Mrs. Dale Van Sickel. :who arrivedby Park for the weekend.Mr. Future Homemakers and the Future will represent the local Post at,

f., ,last, week to spend two Mr. and Mrs. I. p. Shepherd, Sr.. plane from Los Angeles, Calif and Mrs. Godwin of Palatks Farmers will be played next this meeting. I THE. HIGHESTQUALITV
., with her son-in-law and and other relatives. Mrs. Van Sickel will be here for a spent the weekend with Mrs. God Thursday night at o'clock.. The local American Legion post I AMQ OF

Mr and Mrs. C. N. Mrs. Janle Avery had as her short visit with her mother and :win's mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce. The boys will-be dressed In girls was well represented In Ocsla last I / (-o

f ter to Augusta, Ga. (guests at Canasta Tuesday evening other relatives.Mr. I Mrs. H. B. Sullivan and children clothing and the girls In boy Saturday afternoon at a "Wreck" ( t \. .JSPECYED6.qtc'i /

Ty and Mrs George Bennett :: Mr*. Jennette Young, Mrs. J. and Mr%. J. R. Wainwright Patricia and Mike and Mrs.. Ida clothes It was announced. sponsored by Vulture Local 472. -t =:Lz

Kim of West Palm I M. Mitchell Mrs. Eula Whlffham,, had as their Sunday evening. George were visiting Mr. and from tarke Initiated ''Into the '40 '"' ;I.

on weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. W. F. Godwin Mrs. W. J. guests. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cham- Mrs. Karl George in Green Cove Lions And Wives ..- )
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I-wert
: luniut Smith.A Chandler, Mrs. Maude Fields, Mrs. bliss and sons and Miss Ruby Frigate Springs Tuesday. A",
!rL Oil heaters all fClus. Have Supper PartyIn
anal wood ,
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and Bertha Pearce
I Sasser and Mr. Mrs. W, U. Noll- of Jacksonville. DuoTherm -
at Hurt Furniture, Co. ... _
and Miss
Snsier t Monticello man Minnie Bosaont. New HomeThe tz.
\' T Mr. and Mrs B. T. Thomas spent Mrs. Ralph Calkins of Gaines.
sundav' guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr. and children Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville r
ville visited her sister Mrs. Han Den of
completed
j P Shepherd.:; spent the early part of the visiting Mr. and Mrs.V.. M Walker Tuesday. the Starkr recently Lions Club was dedicat HEATERS _ 7 f' 1 a/-=- V UM I5Ottee,, ,.,
at thFlhng
Liing/ th( weekend week In Valdosta, Ga.. visiting Thomas.
> '"amp, near. Savan- Mrs. Mann's mother, Mrs. Madle Little Charlcen Outlaw daughter Wednesday night with a ladles '

.. i II! 'IhE guests of Mr. and Christian. a of Mr. and Mrs. Bevlle Outlaw.Jr. BaptistVMU Circles night banquet at which wives of $ Month 5

, Dots Lemon were: Mrs. H Mrs. S .G. Denmark and son. ., of Gainesville Is spending this Hold! MeetingsThe the members were guests of honor. Sugar Ib"39c

ichot Mrs: Ada Alexander Steve- and Mrs. John IDeas and week with her uncle and aunt Mr. Vice President Ira Harris pre-

Ijliss \Wilma Alexander of d-iughter: Sue went to Jacksonville and Mrs. Laverne. Outlaw, while Daisy Fowler Circle of the ed during the evening with a high-

1.. Ton Welch and daughter.ce \ Monday afternoon to see the her mother Is In the hospital. MrsB. Baptist WMU met at the home of J. R. Wainwrlght Plans were Ul..

[ if New York. and Mrs. balloon parade. S. Outlaw Sr., of Jacksonville Mrs. Carl Mathews on Church cussed for the organization of a

Lyons Jf Jacksonville. The 12 ft. Armstrong llnolpuni and visited the Laverne Outlaws on Street with Mrs. W. C. Coran as ladles auxiliary for the Lions Club Steak Lb.49c

1took their guests on a C<>ngol
on the Satelo River on Sun- ... Hart Furniture Co. Corrine. Woodward of Dade meeting was opened with named chairman of a committeefor

Miss Becky Mann was the house City is the house guest of Mr. prayer by Mrs. G. W. Aldermanand Investigating the possibilities

] and Mrs J. H. DuPre and guest the early part of the week of and Mrs. H A. Broadway this Mrs. F. J Shaw circle leader, of such a group.

:Fr. Nancy, were vleltlng'rel.Iin Miss Mary Sue Epperson. I week. presided over the business session. Games and contests were enjoyeddurlng Fresh

Llv Oak Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews attended .. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hogan of I Mrs. F. F. Flume read a card from the evening with a high Fish Mullet 23C

$ Card Imprinted with the Florida Press Asuocla- II Panama City formerly of Starke C. S. Partin. principal of BH3 light of the program being the

I $1. Hollywood,Photot tlon meeting In Tampa over the' were visiting friends here MondayMr. thanking the circle for paying for auctioning off of a dress modeled Lb.

Jewelers. tf weekend. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller had the lunch of a needy school child by Johnnie Wells.

'I as their Sunday dinner guests during November. The sumptloua fried chicken

Miss Theda Braden of Ocala Miss Mrs. Shaw had charge of tile supper was by Chief Cook Stanley Milk Kim{ - 3 tall cans 25c

Bertha Reed Mrs. Melba Staten program and used as her topic Noegp] who wa assisted In preparation ,

and Don of Jackson.'vllle. "Saved to Serve." She used as and serving by Inman
\PlOt WANT TREAT Ray Tilley
Mrs. Shaller spent Sunday the devotional the third chapter of Green. Maxie Carter M. C. Wells Onions 3 lb. IQc
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BRING I night with Mrs. Staten in Jack Kpheslans. Taking part on the John Anderson, and Dr. S. R.
US YOUR MEAT!
sonville. program were Mrs. S. B. Sparks Marco. WINKLER

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Crews and WMU president and Mrs. D. W. Rice 10 lb. 1.19
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We Pit Barbecue All Meats For Miss Carolyn Crews were visitingMr. Moore. Funeral TuesdayFor -

and Mrs. Charles M. Snyder Mrs. Mathews and Mrs. Coran ELECTRIC SERVICE
25c Per Pound I
CompleteS
In Jacksonville Sunday. served delicious refreshments tc Mrs. Bryant %%222N.. Temple Ave.
I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and I the 13 members present. { Sardines flat t oil .- 3 for 19cSTARLING'S
Fresh Barbecued Fish & Ribs On Sale Daily Mrs. Lizzie Bryant 68, a real rhone 160 Bts/ko. ,

children were In Valdosta. Ga., I The Doris Knight Circle mel!: dent of Starko for many years,
Sunday visiting Mrs. William Tuesday evening with Its leader I died. at the home of her daughter; -- ---- -

3 Little Pigs Briscoe and other friends. I Mrs. T. K. McClane. Jr., presidingI -,, Mrs. Luther Woods, In East Paint

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and I Mrs. J. B. Hardy gave the de-. kn Inst Saturday morning following The TelegraphIs

Tempel Ave., Between Dus Sta. & School children Janice. Billy and Mickey I votlonal on the subject of "TheI n long Illness.
J were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B I Healing: Power of Christ." During'; She\ was born In Bradford Conn HeadquartersFor

I Dansby In Lake City Sunday. I the business session It was dec-Id- ty on August fS' 1882 the dnugh-

Mr and Mrs. E J. Dowling, Sr., I ed that the circle would give a ter of than.. late Ben and Betsy Office Needs ea. n.e

I had as their Saturday guests, Mrs Thanksgiving\ basket and all members Crewg Hlckock.

uality Better i I. Ogden and Mrs. B. O. Gid-,' are urged to take food to the Surviving are five daughters; i
HALL MARK GREETING CARDS I.r. of Pompano Beach. box at Gay's Service Station not Mrs. Luther Woods Palatka; Mrs ,
FINISHING
WATCH
k-A.i ICRVICC JEWELRYREPAIRING I FrIends of Mr*. Mae Edwardswill later than Nov. 19. Bessie Futch Lake City: Mrs.

i be happy to hear that she has Mrs. S. E. Sparks conducted the Eunice Harden. South Carolina -lKOCll'S- -
,
ameras 'returned to her home on Cherry. program In the absence of Mrs Mr!. Pencle/ Newmans Jackson..j '

Watches I Street Sunday after spending two I I Ewell Lawson using as her topic both of Jirlfunnvllle. and Duncan CUT
IHTRAIT at I weeks In tha North Clinic. "Is There A Doctor In The Bryant, Pnlatka; two brothers I 0 G RUGS S

IvtRTUINQCTOGRAPHV STONE_SITTING I Mr. and Mrs. Glk'hrlst AUdrew'l House?" Those taking peat were Arch Hlrkock Blacknhenr Ga. RATE

pHO1 PLATING I Iffiding of Lake Butler were : Mrs. Orle Wiggins, Mrs. Lex Green! and Rant Hlckock Waycross .
of Rev. and Mrs. John Childross' Mrs Ga.vllle. i.
j Mrs. Maxlne: Hlldcbran and
& Diamonds; ; ;;;; I last Friday. D. L. Thomas. : and Mr*. Gertrude, Register
IT CAND IOS W. CALL ST. PHONE us Mr. and Mrs Felix Sapp and Mr I I i At the close of the meeting a Waurhuln; nyc sons Woodrow Christmas Cards

PHOTOS STARKE. FLORIDA WEDDING SETS I and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Mr. and' I delightful social hour was enjoyedThe Bryant Lake City; A. C. Bryant ,

Mrs. Gilbert Brown enjoyed the table from which refreshments Starke; Wade and Robert Bryanf, ,
Reputation Is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction *4f PER
weekend at Cedar Key. I i were served carried out the She was a member of the Hell $
*
Bullington D. D. Alfred Mrs. J. Jf. Vickers and daughter. I Thanksgiving theme. bronn Spring/ Baptist Church. eJL 1IOXName

.OQRA HER JEWELER Janice, were visiting relatives In HosleiDca were Mrs. .1. T. Lawson Funeral services were held In the CM&nul

I IEl'ery JacksonvilleTuesday.. Mrs. Leslie Biggs and Mrs. Mt. Zion Baptist Church Tuesday Get Your 1951 Imprinted Free

Miss Pamela Faye Lawson celebrated Robert Barksdale. afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. (November, Only)
her 15th birthday anniversary Forsythe officiating. Intermentwas Desk Calendar Now p3jr -
dinner EPP-;:;;; Circle 1, Bap
Sunday at a family Lorena In the church cemetery under Religious Christmas
Branch of and had as her guest :Miss Mary list WMU met with Mr. Annie the direction of DeWItt C -B **PI *7 ,

Ella Turner. Rlcharde at the State! Farm Tuesday Jones -b1 J Cardsperiox.. 50c

INSURANCE Mrs. Thurman Hathaway and afternoon with 11 membersand Bases 50c up

son, Thurman. Jr., of Macon. Ga., I two visitor present.Mrs. Legion Post Plans 10 Beautiful Cards 29c While They La tfisfl
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Calvin I E. D. Tenly had charge of I. Pads 59c up

Johns this week. the program and had assisting her Varied ActivitiesA. *a**Mff
Mrs. LennIe Burke had as her I Mrs. B. T. Thomas und Mrs. M.\ F a>SPM
IC. WALL AGENCYPLEASE guests Monday and Tuesday her Hazen. The topic was "Save tc J. ''Thomas Jr.. Commander

daughter. Miss Florence McCulley, Serve." Prayer wa led by Mrs of American Legion Post 56, this BILL FOLDSThe

PHONE 146 who Is employed at the Federal Princess Flgert. Mrs. B. T. Thomas week announced that an Intermit- Bradford County

Reserve Bank in Jacksonville and leader, presided over the' business Ing program Is in store for Legionnaires Ideal Rift for Hint
I Constant Service Over 50 Years of Community Missionfor and Veterans who at-
her sister\ Mrs. Lillian Conway. meeting.
Gainesville.Mr.. this month I Is to Ox a box for a tend* the regular meeting to be TelegraphTuesday -.
I" held next Tuesday night at the
and Mrs. Roy Reddish of tuberculosis patient and a basket .
Webster spent Sunday with their for a needy family for Thanksgiving. Legion home. Several comedy I' <.

[IfWWkTfttflio I I uncle and aunt- Mr. and Mrs. A. E. films will be ,shown after which = ..

I McKinney. The next meeting will be held "'\JII

.1 Mrs. W. B. Park spent a few December 5 at the church. :

REPAIR..DI PECANS WANTED I d-iys thin week with her son-in-law. Delicious refreshments were THEATRE NAME ENGRAVED FREE .
I IIIhns All Model. Mr. and.Mrs. Dame' served by the hostess assisted by
"bIp' .h....... .....teed.I 121 Temple Avenue I i and daughter. II
I HI'. ('. ,NIJEPIIERt. NA' quantity too large or mull ron Black, In Jacksonville. Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde and Mrs. W STARKfe (this' month only' ) JJ:.
.a ".dl'.n. "...k.. ,PII. 2:19): JUt.UJ1II'P! \IIKP.r: I'llICKS. I Everett McKinney who Is employed O. StrIngfellow. "

-Se.AT Us ALl.Before''llWEt:eI1IngROSESguaranteed with the Railroad PuljJK I -- Dedicated To Community Service: Many Styles & .Prices .;lOUR
I.HI% IV Ida Darby Circle 3 met In the
2 uSED RADIOS U working In
Commission Movie Are Better Than Ever"Saturday
1I1f1.PIW'fOOItAPU". A to. live and Utility home of Mr. EJ. Lennon with Mrs.
'''ILT".F. 0.......... bloom. AAKd WInner tornh.. Deland, Bunnell and Daytona I
There
'ARL); C- SHEPHERD outh'a lurireiit grower of patented | P. M. Barefoot co-hostea
'1. Madison St.. Stark .0.... Write now for nw full thin week. of Starke I were ten members and one visitor Nov. It ONLY USE LA 1-A WA Y PLAN i'J i'JNe'V
Sullivan
color free catalogTTTEX Cpl. H. B. ; &
ALF.RoYILI.} : 1"h model type NI'USEniES tOV *J3, TYLEIt been. transfrred from Fort present. Wednesday
I- n TEXAS. has led the devo I'E .
inch rarrlaa-e. A-l con N. Mrs. J. E. Futch
S..Snca"hTerm, .. S.... Jackson, S. C. to Fort Bragg. with by November 14 & 15 ;
Bradford County Tele GENUINE INDICA FORMOSA: A-i I tional followed prayer
dh'ECANS :X.AI.KAH. Small:! plant branched |, C. Mrs. Andrews. The topic "Save tc ). ,
A well-rooted 6 to 7 Inches 100 M. Wimberly of Mulberry /C
%v. .
during the program < i;; ; '.I ..,.,.
for 17.50. 25 plant for 12.00. 8 weekend here :with Serve" was given
WANTED to 10 Inch plant. tl 75 a do*.n. will spend this I with Mrs. Lex Green and ChristmasMerchandise -
121 Temple Av.nu Camellla-Japonlcn 21! crate' to I family. JOHNNY \
his
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qSIIUI..fy tint lure;. e>r email :IS cents each PKr-VEnKRH AZALEA of Tampa via- I Mrs. L. D. Haines taking part. .
"'It,1'' : ",HKKT PRICES GARDENS: &: NtnSEftr.: I I Mrs. J. N. Clyatt Mrs. W. L. Andrews leader presIded WEISSMULLER \
.' Karleton.' Fla tf daughter Mrs. J. F. Jau-
TIMK9 her Jim
!
f.n. Ited June f
Before ... _, I over a short business session
i Selllnc j i iij_ j FOR SALE: 11......* 0 1 1100 per acre I/ don. on Tuesday. meeting will be held 1fr 1frI'Io. IFii
,? HAULUfQ' ,, Clone to Starke. Inquire A. H. Mrs. R. E. Hazen of Brooker The next Is Coming 1
ot any kind. I 't
II ly Juek.on Jekeon Palvemann 831 18th St. N.. St. with her sister. Dec. 5 In the educational building
TrotH.-
last Frtday .
n Ph.' IRS Petersburg-. Fla 411711110 spent .
or 4)-W. t! I I I Mrs. A. E ..McKinney.Mrs. .-,-_.s.- ........ In .. l
will _..... .._ -
RAI>'V CALVES FOR SAW' ) Mr. and Mr* Owen Bryant Morse. Mrs. T. C. Catholic Auxiliary k.W C..5 V.'S..m. _
R. .. .
Wm. .
B".n.' 3 open their home to the public --. -- -
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mllu south .
N.on Rout 100., tl Nov. 11th P&r.and exhlbltlnir 12th from art till:(work toSCO I I Hazen Jr.. and Mrs. Homer Meetingof Swln- Plans Charity Event : led C.IM DailyCOME "k 1t.."

IIEI.P CANTED! Man with br Mr*. Rachel Bryant Rohert. dall attended the District Plus Latest News & ""'ant To lie
'UIHI About 200 piece Turn off Florida Women'sClubs
.n "r rnut. work. till the Eastern St. Edwards Auxiliary of the
"I In"0q'iIr.4 a 'd.y.' .No Steady.'e"pe..l.nre Writ or: Bryant war 3 sign mile.and north continue of %H hfJrh-I'' Arlington on Monday. NCCW will hold a baby shower In Politic*?" /Short IN AND LOOK AROUND!

'1,:Mr NFIAIIP. 120 Eact CI..rk tIp Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray spent for St. Mary's Orphans' Home of
Pr.pnr lilln,,".. Stp 11110 FOR RENT: 5-rm. furnlnhed' hou.e. the weekend visiting relative In : Jacksonville on Wednesday eve.

IrI: TO .REST. : {'..furnl..I1,1r"b.d.n hot water. Iran stove,email. ..l."t..pa.refrlirerator. -.-I Chattanooga Tenn. nlng. Nov. 15. at St. Edward's Par
ALSO two Meet
m hnune at Kln .- Mrs. D. L Thomas Hall. and canasta and Me At Koch's FountainDRUGS
22 yearly ba l.. Per- heater for ale. R F tem0r'"t.1 I Mr. and ish Bridge I '
nt"11 |?". r..M.nt'I. Reply daughter, Sel' tt*. and Mrs. J. E.I i pinochle will be played during the Chap. 5 "James llru of Mo." Thursday & Friday
art Telegraph, Rtarket with pinkpl..tlo and daughter Janet. Light refreshments will.
r.oST: tjxlr'n giacece! evening.
11110 .. If found please ,I 1 Hardy Jacksonville\ & "Marrlagn Ve'lPWC" Cartoon .
fram parade In served. November 16 & 17 'H
)Till return to Vvlanllradiv. \tp the balloon be Prompt, efficient IOW- OM' prescription
TIRES
.. FOR 8AlU3111 afternoon. The Is Invited to Join In
.t nO0i. Monday public Sun. & Mon., Nov. 12 & 13
olu..e tires ,
"", "" nme tread never"f. FOR 8AI.K S.wheel: 1941 trailer. Packard Sarah rilpperwith flatig)1.. ( Mr*. Robert.Watson of Melros* this worthy cause and enjoy this FILMED UNDER POUCIMtoncnoNi l service featuring always the highest _

.. r.;., .Vr.hA.d.,,"no. A.breaks.or W. An- highway' 1 -2nd hou-e Hellbro on lofth.y"nd n n spent the weekend with Mr. and evening of entertainment. Admission 4e4 it *e r quality ''drugs blended exactly to yourdoctor's :
'.0, !''I WAln"t I'It.' ..17.11RtNNER5 bridge at StIll Mrs. Titus Olson. will be an appropriate gift Now flu nu IMMMIVrw -
T'' 'T"W'ppnnv' Sprlnit Mr and Mrs. Morris Jackson of for a b.by.Catholic. orders have made Koch's .

:. I. rlcht. O. C. ITT?.?> TRADE 1M pickup (homemade '< Jacksonville visited 1.1a. Carl Jackson MKCtirriONS. Starke's leading drug store.DRUG '
ca't't';; body> In perfect n j jcondition weekend while en-
that the
l for email .home over Women
:T \.n"rn "nfu..nl'"d work A ride' and .ome !Harden t""I". route to St. Petersburg.


lq.p 1'l.lfHl.fl'Il I: Wa.t.." .""n..enlen..".,FIt'..'u... "b.It... AP 1t1O 1- FOR or Rt.what ALE'I. Lawtey.hare: Model yon.A W Ford B molar Devlne ltp''J I her Mrs.home Laura In Green Wilson extended Cove' returned Spring visit tc Have semi-annual Meeting meeting HereThe of the .-4....--._-.fI-C_._-._I ew..-. _-.-.4 STORE ;i:

an
week after ": C WLPC' ,LSIO$
last '---1"' s
I lZIn4inr "
hihwvCot. rood ehape. Equipped /powerunit Council Catholic .. .
St. easm
S..k. and daughter AugusUne A --
r. M : .. ltpI with pnlly; "" tranem with her .on-ln-law K 0 C H '
'r." CoUon atI..noll": FK"Market. K. Sparks. Mr. Women Deanery was held in FREE DELIVERY ,
I, ci ,,,,, .a Clyde Mr. and Mr*. S.
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reti LI
I ,' ."..nl.l A.K.C.puppiss.I yeki.r -. I mother. Mrs. E. C. Spark SUrke and Keystone Heights Flue "Sm+n Snapshot" & "Jerry
Tb .,,,,,,,.. "Pf. dble garage" a.p.tm..nt Spark also their guerf Tuesday with 170 women attend I' Phone 53 Night 273-W
FOR RRNTI' : N.w .... of Gainesville was & the I.lini" Cartoon
: \ .! I'd 31olerfl, .onv.niafle.reo.nnahl visit- 40* 4--
)_ dn. with brown .. Pe. W. X. Andrew. Miss Evelyn Newsome-wa ingNine
I.....:......CHy. ..may. II.claim rn "".b"..n h.pa"I".... 1t.. .. 112 w.rent Madison. UP Ing friends and relatives In Valdosta St.' Edwards o'clock church mass followed held !it. Jf "Merry .'h_" t'artoon I -'-- A I- Ii _. *J
weekend.
-v!' 5*. '..nor... nii.htir, LeasT: ; : R.d cow with h "10.1* WII"dhll, Ga., over the byI I .n
ail hen, Slat Farm.. face Victoria. rar-.i- .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY 1'On'
I PAGE SIX _ _ _ _ -- I".rR: _
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Bradford Virgins, Williams A hbey, Defend
helpers. their duties, etc. each and every one of you. In Circuit Court. Bradford ConntyKlorldai plaintiff Telegraph peeks dlvorc..hall publish this ant. Case No. Silt' Order COllnty In TelPjfrR bhall
County
banner I The Family of Gus Thomas In ('hsac.ry.Ciarence s.1 Ia next four weekly issues. Order ..( Pnbtlmtloil And Notice To next fotjy WCtkI. PUh1h
BROOKER The room attendance HAMPTONBy Sofia K Smith Smith. Defendant.Flatntlff Order Witness my hand end official seal Appear. STA1H OK PLOII1UA TOt at"2 ... ;\ h.nd n4 I.
Hilda .rrlt
was won by the 9th grade this October 18, Vflrfrlnla Williams 1950. rid. Ibl'
In The Clrrnlt Court O' florid. Case No. 81 toOrder ::6r.t..rk., Florida Ashoey. whosereildenoe 0..." ,
of PuMlr.tl... And Wotlr 'ro 1 and address le unknown: (OFFICI.\,
I.IgksltJuulcI.I: Clrrnlt. And For ;
Hv It a Ma LeninU. 111'11.1.: C. A. J. Thomas : \\1.,
Ilomtt DrmonHtration Club SweeneyReligious llrmlforil 4:....1". In ( hnnrvrr.Philip .tel,.". H'I'A'I'H OF FI.OIIIIIA' 1OI Ui"I'XCJAL SEAL) said Court. you are required to appear oNovember Ar \ I
... Hilda Hofla Smith whose residence' At Clerk of 20, 1U50, In the above Rv I/IIV' I"'i.rk ,:
Martlneau Plaintiff, I .,
The Bradford Home Demonstra. : :: Clerk Itll
14113 Haven Crosby named Court and wherein 'T b
Thomas W. Roberts, and address I Is: Forrest Avenue, ny sPay cause, 1.< 7eI .
as 1".1\1,1', '
M. 11. nusliirHN l\1f'j.tlng' tion Club held Its annual electionof Film litre :T. W. Roberta:, and a1'a;: Robert, Staten! Island 2. New Yorkl T. Frank Lnndruni, 1080| ,. 4t.FloridaAtty 11110In plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Aity.. for Plf 6lark<.'lit
hi. wife, net..n""nte, You are required to appear on .. tor I'll .:'OlI
Women's Missionary Union 1 November 2 1950. _
The officers on ,
"Gospel HeraldH. of Wheaton Order of PubllpNtlim null No..... to November 20th 1950 In the above tIi--
met at the Baptist Church Wednesday Mrs. Lottie Edwards was elected App...". HI-AI-H or FLOtill Tai named. Court and cause, wherein Circuit Court, Bradford Coontr.SlTiSi I -

I afternoon, November 1st, president; Mrs. R. 1\{. Heirs secretary College, was the picture shown 'l'hmaiq, : W .Hobertn.and also known plaintiff: Telegraph seeks I::::'fle.PU Bradford. this 'sUMaTntlff. ... Sofia SEE IS
County
n T. W Roberts Era Robert", '
at the Christian Church on Thurs Vln-nlt llmiUoril (.Count, '
at 3 o'clock. and Mrs. W. E BIgham hiw wife, whose residence Is Sand-/ Order' In next four weekly Issues.Wltnes In Court. I -
day October 28 Mr. of eravllle.: Miss. i my hand and official seal Kffi'Jto'r.Tp'afAt.ff.. ,. ,
.
The program was opened witha Jr., treasurer.The by Crosby, at starke, Florida this October 18th, v Jean FOR YOUR
run are herebr notified that a Defendant. Cass No. 8119 ,
Morse,
hymn "Standing On the Prom- club will hold two moetlni Ohio, currently a guest at Park- suit has been Instltued In the above 1950.OFFICIAL. SKL) A.t.: Thomas ( l.ul lli...lloi> And sjotlce la I ;
additional named Court and rails. by the nrn" Kl.OHII)A TOl SEAFOOD
each month to promote a- A* Clerk of said. Court '|, N'r"'I' OK !
Ises" and prayer by Mra. Earl Wil- of-the-Palms Keystone Heights. hove named plaintiff I aitalnst IhomRK By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk Jean Morse, whose residence and /
home and hand work projects.
Another interesting feature of the W. Robert*, also known as '1'. IT. Frank T.nndrum, atarke! Florida address If Awendnw, South Carolina I ."
lis. Mrs. Eugene Crosby led the Miss Dorothy Ross Home Dem W. Robert, and Era Robert his Attya for Pit. 10(20( 11110| You are required to appear onNovember '
film beside wlfn, a* defendants, for reformationand 20th, I960, In .the above .
the music Fresh
and testimony -, .
devotional, "Go! Heal! The sub onstratlon Agent, announced that Hpnclfla performance of con- In Clrrnlt Court Bradford County named Court and cause, wherein I' : Fish&Oy5t
,
the afternoon was "Will plans are being made with Mrs. of Wheaton Students, was an tract to cell land for abatementIn Florida. In Cknnrrry.Betty plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford A tet
ject of address by Dr. Harry A. Ironsides. purchase. price and for other. Davidson Cox, Plaintiff vi. County Telegraph shall publish this Dressed
You Pray." with Mrs. James W. I Mary Dally of the Clay Electric relief, roverlnir and pertaining to David Willard Cox, Defendant. Order In next four weekly Issues. Free
Cooperative, Keystone Heights, Out of town visitors attendingwere the following described propertyMltuate Caaa No. BitS Witness ray hand and official seal
.
Thomas, program chairman In I from Starke, Park-of-tha- In Bradford County, Florida Order of Pnbllcntlon Anti Notice 1Apprnr. .. at starke, Florida, this October 18th,
charge. _Those participating were I Florida, to show the film "Uses of Palms to-wltl s.r..I'N OF .....OIUIJ.' TOl 1150. MAGNOLIA FISH
'Electricity.'" The date will be announced Thereasa and Graham The Northwet Quarter of southeast Ann Grande, Plaintiff vs John (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1. ThomaS MARKET
Mrs. R. F. Gano and Miss Iva Mae "The Musical Millers" (Mr. and Quarter nf Section 80, Town- Orande Defendant. Casa No. 8117 Aa Clerk of said Court
Lewis. Old and new business was later Mrs. Lester I I.xjilp 7 South Hones, it East. con- Order of Publication And Notice 1Apprnr. ... By a .nn.fu"YSI'j: Clerk CLYDE W.
.
E. Miller had : :;? COLSON
) chargeof taliilnir 40 acre more or lots: S'I'A'I'M OF FLOVIIIJ.1'01 T Frank FloridaAttys.
discussed. Prayer was given by 4-II Club the song service. I Alno the South Half of the NorthWest I John Urande whose residence< and for Pit. 10120| 4t 11110| I>h. 243 204 E. Call St.
Mra. Beulah Harrell and the side. nf the> Northea Quarter address la unknown:
pro call- Staf
The 4-H Club meeting was Quarter and the Southwest. Quarter I are required to appear on In Circuit Court.. Bradford County,
gram was closed /with a hymn, ed to order by Miss Dorothy Ross, On Tuesday evening of last week, of the Northeast. Quarter and the No''b:: 20, 1950, In the abovt Flitrlilm In (Cancer". I -
sixty-eight from Sonlhna Quarter of the Northeast named Court and cause, wherein Phillip Daniel Anhbey. Plaintiff. vt..
"Loyalty to Christ'1 and prayer by Thursday, ,Nov. 2, at 1:30: P. M. persons Hamp Quarter} -
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Mrs. R. F. Gano. The meeting was opened with ton attended In a group the Lake Also the ten acre off of theWest
Swan Youth Rally at Melroeo. vide of
two A the Nnrtbast Quarterof
the 4-H and the
1'. T. A. !Muetlng Pledge Bong Chinese family had charge of the the NH Quarter West. of a gully ,.
leaders, Shirley Ann Parker and an mentioned In .a deed. from John
The regular meeting of the I program. On Tuesday, October Dval and wife to If. T>. Wandln.
Brooker P. T. A. was held Thursday Myrtle Padgett led some 4-H Club 24, the largest attendance of the nnd T W Wasdln dsted. January.
songs. 29, 1881 all In Portion 80. Township gk MAKING THINGSc't
1 night, November 2nd. In the I! season was recorded when th. T outh flange) SI East. and containing

I school cafeteria. I Old and new business was discussed Ocala Youth for Christ were guests 110 acre more or less. In theaincroaate
this deed of
A budget and finance committee Including the short course of honor. Following services last nnn :int71t'dr. more or

was formed to develop a financial and camp; also the coming year's week.. a Hallowe'en. party was given less.And .
work. Miss Ross gave out 3rd and tne -- yon ana each of you are hereby BRIGHTERfor
Hampton delegation at the
plan for apportioning funds to required to appear In said' Court
meet the needs of the school. Those 4th year cooking and gardening home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene and pause. on December. 4. 1950. and ( \

books for the coming year. The, Brltt. to then' serve your answer or other
appointed to serve were Mrs. LocaWhltten defense: on plaintiff. attorney aa

H. S. Anderson and Leslie meeting adjourned at 2:30. The Hampton Training Union en- required by law otherwise. the alienation t theFARMER'S
bill of will
of the complaint
Green school trustee.A Anniversary Celebrated Joyed a weiner roast on the b.i taken aa confessed by you.

building and grounds committee Misses Theney and Mildred Christian Church grounds Friday publish Bradford. thIs County order In Telegraph Its next shall four\ ; DAUGHTER

was formed as follows, W. E Mann entertained Tuesday even evening. Out door games were. weekly Insue.

BIgham chairman and Raymond Ing with a surprise fish fry honor. played around the bonfire. I said Witness Court mv at band Starke and, Florida the seal this of .
4l\\
Faulkner J. A. Parker members.Mr. log their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Norma Sweeney of Dayton, 27th day of October, A. D. 1(60.OFFICIAL +'t+, .. ,,: :'

Parker was appointed chair Tim Mann whose 37th ;wedding Tenn.[ was among a group of Bryan SKA1.Clerk. ) A.of: said J. ThomasAs Court.A. ta Over 2,400 mites of rural I lines have been

man of a committee to have all anniversary was November 2. The University students attending a :.. Thoma Jr. Starke. Florida. "C 4 % 'i1 added to the Sunshine Service system in the

teachers submit two names of event was held at the home. of Missionary Conference at Toccoa,,Atty. for Plf. 1113 4t 1124In | 'S.- / .es: II t1l Ul past 4 years..not only saving time work

mothers to serve as home"'room Mr and Mrs. A. I. Mann. Ga.,. November 3-5. rlrc.lt' Tour, llrsdford. CimntTt:" t and money (or farmers...but bringing; lights

mothers. Enjoying the fish fry were: Mr. Thomas (Buddie) Wadsworth. Florida Caputi.In mainerr.Rocco Plaintiff v*. Maria 'S%'N radios cooler all-electrIc kitchens and scores

R. M. Hiers explained to th. and Mrs. Earl Green and children turpentine operator at Bunnel. Order Caputl: ,of Defendant Publication' Case...d No.IVotlp 8133 to _%%.. 0 of other"youth-insuring" electric helpers to

group about the film library that Roy Green and children John formerly of Hampton, Is steadily Appear, STATE OF FlORIDA To farmers' wives and daughters as well.

had been established In Gaines Freeman Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Improving In a St. Augustine hospital Merle faputl whose residence la

yule A! motion was made, seconded Mattie Sowells, Mrs. H. T. Shaw from a serious back Injury unknown You are: required to appear on

and carried that If details could and nelce Evelyn Mr. and Mrs. received Friday morning when a December: 4th, I960, In h"w'r'! :.

b. worked out that the BrookerP. Jim Williams and children, Mr. tree fell on him while he was overseeing .:' named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford Ul OVER FLORIDA I IAt.

T. A. would Join. Francis Kelly, all of Brooker. Mr. some wpods work. His County Telegraph shall publish. this "t) 't1tiR ,
four weekly Issue
Order In next
The program topic for the even and Mrs. R. C. Oroover and Nr.. many friends here wish for him a Witness. my hand and official seal S\\,

and Mrs. John,Shaw and Mr. and speedy and complete recovery. His at Htarke, Florida, this October \ W"
ing was a talk by the school principal mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. 27th. 11RO.OFFICIAL. 4'/NG RUR ll\ft I'
J. A. Parker on the school Mrs. Dave Shaw of LaCrossdMr. anAL) A. J. Thomas IF3rmersl
O. P. Wadsworth, have been spendIng An Clerk. of* said Court. .
cafeteria. He Issued an invitation and Mrs. C. M. Chambers this week in St. Augustine tobe ny Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk With the rapid spread (I Sunshine Service; Q
to all members to eat In the lunch him. Wm. n. Morgan, 607 Clark. Build-. thousands of rural homes now what used tot Remember I'm the
and"Mrs. Vekeita Davis were visiting near ink JnckHnnvllle. FloridaAttir enjoy

room at any tune. He explainedhow Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges O. G. Pearce' who has been In *. for Pit. 1113| J 4t 11124 >. strictly "city" ad".ge..lime.saYlng.. work"World's Champion /
the lunch room was operated electric services that mean better, easier Farm Hand" so when
III saving you
health I ,
Saturday night. for sometime. Is now a In Circuit Court. Bradford Cunnty
who employed the lunch room In ( Nnneery.Inhn living extra" leisure to life..enjoy Florida.
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Willis and patient in the Alachua County .rlorldiu Melton Moykln. Plaintiff, v.. enjoy) get your own farm, just call

daughter Mary of Santa Fe, were Hospital, Gainesville.Mrs. Verna B. Uoykln Defendant.Ca. No. 8129 on me to cut down expenses

FREE dinner guests of Miss Iva Mae Mamie ,Mead i Is recovering Order of p.hil-.tlos and Notice toAppear. and make life easier I IieuM

Lewis and Mr. and Mrs.\ E. J. from a serious attack of pleurisy. S'I'tiI') OK FIOHIITo I U1l0 tt-4Ir
Verne n Boykln, whose resldenraIs ,
For Prompt FREE Removalof Lewis Sunday While she has been III, tiff two 8010 Kast. Olbhoney Road 13 W., Your Servant ol the Century

Dead, Crippled & Worth- Mr. andMrs. Resale Carlton at. daughters, Mrs. Doris Hicks oirunswlck. nnanoke You are, required Virginia:to appear on November iIFLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY .

less Cattle Horses Mules tended services held at the Baptist Ga., and Mrs. Dorothy 27th 1850 tn the above named -
Skinner, of Cocoa. have been with Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
church in Ralford and dinner
were
seeka. divorce PVadford County -
& Hogs guests of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kit- her. Her son, Clarence Mead and Telegraph' shall publish this Order .
family of Oak Hill have also visited In next four weekly Issues.
Call 132 Starke
ler Sunday. Witness my hand and official seal
her. at Stnrke, Florida this October
WE A'LWAYS. COME\ I Mra. Vita Dekle bf Jessup, Qa., Shirley Jackson entertained a tilth. 1910.OFFICIAL'. .
visited: Mr. und Mrs. N. C. MottMonday ( SmALl) A. f.; Thomaa
Florida Renderers number of her school Mend atan As Clerk of said Court
afternoon.Mr. .
afternoon By Haven Crosby. Deputy ('lerk'
birthday party on
and Mrs. J. R. Mott Mrs. N. 10127 4t liii? :
INC.WELDING. Thursday, October 28, celebrating ? Weft I -j' of ourSERVICE.
C. Mott and son. Marshall, were her 13th anniversary. In Clrrnlt Court, nrndford County, .
guests of Mr. and.Mrs. Jack Simmons Klorldni In (.hn.......".
Mr. and Mrs. Leaston A. Wynn 11111<1..1 Reed Pequeen Plaintiff vs.
of Montloch .
Sunday.Mrs. Clair M. Pequeen, Defendant.
have returned from
recently two
a Ca. No 8123
Bannie Mott and son, John,
weeks vacation trip to North Carolina Order of Puhllontlon nnil Entire to
visited Mr. and Mrs. Elton Taylorof FI.UHIIIA To
and South Carolina.R. .tpl> rIH'] tK
Worthington Springs Sunday. Clair M Pequeen. whose residence
D. May returned to his homeon Is Unknown:
.
.
Moore and Mrs.
Henry Mary You are required to appear on November
Foster of Jacksonville visited with Friday from a I ten day trip to 27th 1950, In the above ...
Virginia and Marylan&Carl named Court and cattle, whereinplaintiff
friends and relatives here Satur seeks divorce. Bradford

Brown of Flint, ..Michigan Bounty Telegraph shall I publish, 1\ this
day.L. Order In next four weekly Issue
R. Gainey, Mr. and Mrs. Royce spent the past week here with his Witness. my hand and official seal

Gainey of Jacksonville were parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie at Stark, Florida, this October

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oalney last Brown and brother Gerald Brown. 'Hit(0FFICIAr.inn I'II'J' 'J.' A. 3. Thomas

weekend. Jeff Perry returned on Mondayof A. Clerk of said| Court

We offer the people of Starke last week from a visit with relatives ; By Haven cro.by.In IJepity Clerk
Mrs. 4t 11111
Mr. and Mrs. H O. Brown, 10127
In North Carolina.Mr. .
It. P. and Mrs. Wilson 4
Gainey Circuit Court. llradfnrd County
of the moat
and >lclnlty one .
and Mrs. J. W. Home left
Oreen were in Starke on businea* rlnrlilni In ( Caster
Virginia' M ItnlllnR-s.. Plaintiff v*.
Sunday for a week's visit with
modern and finest equippedwelding Wednesday. Thomas Melvin Rollings. Defendant
E. J. Lewis T. B. PInholster and their relatives lu various points of CaRe No. BUS
South Carolina.Mrs. Order of Publication and Notice totnnrnr.
; shops anywhere.All Allen Lewis were in Gainesville on 01"1'1 OF Kionlll' >>* '1'",

Work Guaranteed business Monday afternoon. Virgie Cottman, Ocala! has ThomaS Melvln Rolling' (MerehuntMarine
J '
Miss Ilean Atkinson was In been a guest of her sister Mrs. T. dress! I I.** whose 9 R. American residence. Jurist and. ad-coTS | ( j 4 I (

SMITH'S GARAGEAND Gainesville on business Wednesday C. Chastain. :. Line, Pier 62 North River,.New f
York N. T.I ,
Miss Iva Mae Lewis ;was in Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. You are required\ to appear on November 'U Gui'i'

MACHINE SHOP Green Cove on business Monday. R. C. Gray Jr.. were Mr. and Mrs. 27th. 1050. In the above nam. ,, ..-
and wherein plaintiff -
d Court cause '- '
Mr. and Mra. L. L. Hardee, Mr. Albert Arnold and two children of seek divorce. Bradford County \ \- .

Temple Ave. Starke and Mrs. L. C. Wood and son of Tampa.Mr. Telegraph' shall publish" .Issue this Order J
In next four weekly
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lester Kite and Witness my hand and offlclsl seal Cd

W. E. BIgham Sunday.Dr. two little grandsons Jlmmle and at atrke IttnOFFICIAL, Florida. this- OttoberSlr.l '

and Mrs. Hutchman of Lake Ronnie Newman of Starke, were ( SF.,,,.) A. J. Thomas ... /

land visited Mr. and Mrs. A supper ll'Uestson Monday of last By Haven As Crosby. Clerk, nf Deputy said Court ClerkA. ,l

Miller last weekend.Mr. week of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.Majr. J. Thomas, J,., Stark. Florida t

Let Us Thoroughly and Mrs. Harris of Monti- On Sunday the'Mays entertainedat Atty. for Pit. 10127 4t 11117 b* flll.ihe

cello visited their daughter and dinner, Charles Ousley, Jr., and .. Circuit ......r.. nmdford. Cennty, -
Wash Your Clothes Klorldai In ( h..fl-"".
son-in-law Mr .and Mrs. H. S. Marvin Penney, University of Doria Oourson. William, Plaintiff, v.. "

Anderson Sunday'. : Florida students. _In.___.nh r__ Williams.-. .------- Defendant-
Case No. 811
0 rounds Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey and Order nf Pnhllcatlon And Motive Ttpprnr. <

Mrs. Mattie Sowell visited Mr. and' School News U r 1'TH OF FI.OHII TO
For 40c! The Hampton Junior high school Joseph. Williams, who. address I I.
Mrs. C. S. Kelley of the Ziff section unknown:
club visited Brooker Junior .
glee
FREE Bleach If,Desired! Sunday afternoon.Mrs. high school on Oft. 26. and gavea November You are 20th required, 1950 to In appear the above on
Donald Dukes and small anil wherein
named Court cause FORD
musical under the di- ,
program plaintiff seeks dl..o,, .. Bradford!
children Eloulse of Dukes
Dukes rection of the music supervisor bounty Telegraph' shall. publish this
visited Mrs. T.. W. Markey: Man- Order In next four weekly Issues. .
Mrs. Jean Thomas.All Witness my hand and official seal

day. I grades of the Hampton at Starke' Florida this October 18th, .... .
.
We Will Miss Mary Mott visited her sis IUn "-'
school are planning a Thanksgiving (OFFICIAL STOAL) A. J. ThomaS
Ler, Mrs. Olga Prevatt, of Valdos- As Clerk of said Court. jj
Nov.
22.
Dry Your Clothes ta. Georgia last weekend.Rev. program on By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
I More than half of the student 10)20) 4t 11110n '. _. ..}
and Mrs. Earl Wlllla and --
For 20c Mrs. E J. Lewis visited patients in body was In some religious service CIrcuit Cnnrt Bradford C.nnty(. iJ i'
last Sunday.Rev. lerldni' In Chaneevy.ulliis .
Alachua County Hospital Gainesville N. Warren Plaintiff vs. Oran
In New Automatic Drienl Dale Snyder of the Chll.dren's W. Warren.. Defendant Case. No. Ron Ho/
afternoon.
Sunday Order .f Pnbltentlnn And "' .C.... T. !
Bible Mission showed filmsof As.._.. PATH OF KLOHII 4 lot Here are 4good reasons why
the Mission's work at the Christian Grace W. Warren whose residencend : ;
7;;Rtlinw address Is Unknown
... 5 Church last Sunday night. A You are required to :appear on r;

Many of ... number of pupils in the picture November 20th 1950 In the above. _, ,
named Court and cause, wherein 11j,) .
Identified. I
could be easily
plaintiff seeka divorce custody and C. -
The Washeteria Margaret Hersey homecoming control nf minor children and other .,
L6GG wishes to thank all of her:i relief. Bradford' County Telegraph
ci queen. hall publish thla Order in next fOR .
Temple Ave. Starke friends In Bradford and Clay counties four weekly Issue. -- it 11'1.
Witness my hand and. official seal .r' I Our first duty is to keep your Ford; fine a.
f -SeMI,*si HUI who assisted her. In this con-' ark., Florida this October Uth, is lI'be
::5':
and
test. .. designed built to be. Your lau.acuoa
1 OUR .A C' 0 R Y.
OUR SPICIAL 'ORI> OUR **OS
(OFFICIAL SEALS A. J Thomas 'ORD-TRAINID makes our business That's the big fe
OF THANKSWe
CARD
A Clerk said APPROVEDMITHODS grow.
of Court IQUIPMINT I It d.. MICHANICS
By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk -,. designed for for know your why you can be tart of quick, dependable economical
1en's Clothing Carlo 204 your signed your Ford Ford from
ALVAREZ' STORE wish to take this opportunityto B. W. University, bump., fo
II I Established. 1894 11111 thank each and every one whc Attys.Avenue for Onlnesvllle.Pit. Florida ioise| 4t hISS| I f.r'ord Job.to do a better foeto 000 save. you time and bumper. Inside and euf service when you bring your Ford to us.

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was so kind and thoughtful to us
;:
during the loss of our beloved hus- In Clrenlt ...".. n raj ford Cenntr:",. __ '"
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band and father. May God's Florida.. Znlla In, Che.e.ry.Anni. Defendant Case No. 8118Order OUR OINUINI FORD PARTS Drive I In Today 1
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richest rest each .( ..hll..tt._ And *r.rl<-* TaAnuvnr. or, ore made right, to fit right and
blessings upon S'r tTM or ri.OHIIt TOl lost -
FOR YOUR A sJ 4 f- REQUIREMENTS and every one of you. Sofia Anna 7olla whos. residence longer. _ _
and addres. I I.: Via Armando Bias
-Mrs. Pinkie Grlffls and family. 2*. Trl..,., Italy:

It Pays To Trade 'With Stade t November Ton are 20 required to appear on
1950, In the above
CAIIDOF TIIVNKSWe named Court and whereinplaintiff
cause

I'ROPANE"" GAB wish to express our heart County Telegraph seeka divorce.shall publish Bradford this ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

felt gratitude and appreciation to
Order In next four weekly I Issues.
GAS 1J Appllancei'SLADE our many friends who were so Wltnemy. hand and official teal
at Stnrke' Flordla
,
this October'IS,
thoughtful and helpful during the 1580. J riadison & Adams Sts. II!
((OFFICIAL BRAt> A. :J. Thomas STARKE phone
GAS COMPANY Inc.E. loss of our loved one. We are A. Cleric of said Court. FLORIDA

very grateful for the beautiful Jy Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
:
V. Frank I.sndrum: Starke Florid FORD EST
DEALERS
floral offerings. May the Lord bless :
Call St. Starke. Fte.! ittys. for Plf. 10130 4i lino KNOW FORDSu



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I 'E IBER 10. 19150 PAIO lPIIulf:!!
1', BRADFORD COtTNTY TBUCOBAPH. STARKK.: FLORIDA
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i to IB. Th. rirmU. r..rt Of Fl."'.*; thence South and 1. degree West '
Baptist Church and milk In double boiler and to see .us Sunday. They.came ) .
pour Klchth: J..llrlal Clrvejlt. Im Ami ($19W) 1 3M f.et0 point of beginningi '
Into cracker meal gradually, mix. be with us In Sunday school but Fur Ura4r.rd Covaty. I. Caaaeerr. ; Mid, parcel or lot of land. ,'
The Life And TimesOf situated In the Southeast cor.ner
In lD. Reddish and Ruth Iteddlah. being
response to continued demands ing well with hands. Add fruit ane we had had our Sunday school his wife Plaintiff. Horace Ounter of Block S O.. of Range 4 W.. '

I for the Interpretation of New River Folks nuts as you mix: (it's surprising early In order for all of us who and Virginia Ounter, his wife, Defendant of Hlmon" ..1. TempiSubdlvloa' } .
$W', of $eotio
Ofthe
of the NKVi
Daniel In the light of how much fruit and this attend Black Pond *
events! today nut could to P.biie.hR'.d. IVetlc Ce 21, Townehlp S South Rang 13 East
Order f
I Pastor L D. Haines of the First = small amount of mix will contain.) church.. Therefore Mr. and Mrs. Appear. STATW OV FLORIDA T.. r..I cd.ront:1 Florida, and con
more or
Baptist church of Stark Is bring.ing The Ernie Southerlands have Don't get discouraged 'just because Jones missed! our services We Horace Qunter whose and Virgins. Qunter less, except a trip an acre reserved fora
his residence and address
wife
-SuIiDii1-: ; the second in a series of these moved from Calnesevllle "to the you're "in a mess up to your el hope they will have better luck I I. Unknown road or described street on land.the east borderof

I messages this Sunday morning Maston Hayes farm Union County. bows" or because you think "oh next time. You are hereby notified that a Also above Begin at the Southwsstcorner
The Importance of the rye ruined all this!" Just suit ha. ben Instituted In th. a. of the 8WV of
Golden Image Mrs. Southerland says that her me. The revival at Black Pond last boYs named Court and oau* by the ofn. NKt4
Episcopal At The TabernacleThose of Nebuchadrezzar will be keep mixing and adding fruits and above named plaintiff ...aln.1I0r.. Section twenty-on (Il) Tp. S 8.,
ark' ]I revealed son Sgt. David Southerland. who : week was greatly enjoyed by OUIIand Hange. II lIa.and run to degree
Simmon", B. D", ,Vicar Interested I as prophecy of the day. was wounded In Pusan, Korea, nuts. Finally when you can't mix all.' Five came into the church hi.ace wit., a* defendant Virginia! that Uunter the East of North ISl feet to the Blk South.C 8.
In Bible ofWH of
L F. St. Marks studyare "Certainly every Bible scholar Sept 28. wrote that he would I any longer, put mixture into but by baptism and three reinstated.All relief sougrht I* the foreclosure of east Hang Corner 4 W of Simon J. Temple'sHubdlvisiofl
at especially Invited to all a certain drat morteraire dated the
Sunday ser will want to know tered bowl cloth turned Inside 18 degree.East .
the thence
facts or ( ;
a. follows: vices of the as probably leave Toyko on Oct. 26 reported a great spiritual up Cod day of November, IvO and recorded East line of
f Tabernacle : North along
are of
I church where God reveals them through Hitword" and hopes to be hospitalized In out to make cake smooth), If In Morteraa Uook S3 at Blk 8. 1ST feet! thence

.4.t. Church school the Scriptures are searched dailyas I Rev Haines said. The choir New Orleans which Is considerablynearer bowl Is used cover with a weighted lift.The service at Pare rent SiC publlo*t saq record thereof. of of Bradford the our- 71 Idd.r'f) West of North 105 feet
all ages, nursery -- with the Bereans (Acts will bring butter la homecoming County, Vlorlda, and for other to west line of paid NB-4 of '$W4l
J for special mush directed home! Her other Junior plate. If sack used packIt teen- 107 feet to point, ofbeginning
son all. thenc South
17:11): ) the Lord Black Pond were enjoyed by era! relict, covering and pertain.ing '
; would
not haveus
junior high. by Mrs. Lucile Green with Mrs Is In the Army In Germany tlghUy and tie It. Place In refrigerator to the following described ;: The parcel thus bounded;
for Sun pro.
We were there In time
to be of the WM of lUll:
I' A. )t.' Holy commud Ignorant concerning the Mona Canova at the Hammond. (hangthe sack) and try perty situate In Uraford County being a portion .
\,11, times In and he writes her that he Is enjoying day school aiid enjoyed the ser Florida to wit t S. hangs 4 Went of Simon J '
which we live ((1 Thess. Sunday and forget'It for about three Sub-dlvlnloni and situated
evening Temple'
jermon. a startling and his tour of he
; duty there- vices much. Rev. Conwaywas Th North Half of the following Southwest .corner. of
very
7 P. M.: 4:18): ), but admonishes us to read personal will weeks If will leave It set at described On. Half In the '
16 message be you property acrein 7
Nov. brought had been deer hunting and.downed requested to teach the A- the NK%. of HWV of Section It.Townohlp .
JaY speaker. Harry and-tudy His word (John 5:39): ), by the pastor "What's In Your a fine specimen, least this long It will slice beautifully the Southwest corner of the fol- 1 11.; Range SI East Bradford '
Inner. dult Bible class, and really taughtthe lowing described piece of land to- and containing *
ot Jacksonville. All) ((2 Tim. 2:15): : ). Heart searchingand Hand?" The piano-organ duo of Mr and Mrs. H. B. Hunt of and, oh boy! what a taste! could wit! &<\ of Block South Ua.... [ 141100 County' of an Florida.acre more or les*.
Sr. lesson understand -,
so one .
thought-provoking messages Mrs. W. R. Morse Just think any Weat of lumen: .7. Temple' Hubdivision t\\ And and each of you are here.
girls-no cooking
attend. and Mrs. E. C. you
urged to Mulberry were visiting: their! uncle It. They have 121 enrolled of land at Temple' Mill to appnar In said.
are brought at each service. I Mann will lead the It's wonderful with black coffee also all I fraction u flock by required. ,
l I. open dally (or singingThere and aunt Mr .and Mrs. E. A. In Sunday School. There : t'vf moreldescribed 'Court ami ...u.. on l eemner t.O't'
church After the Saturday night meetIng will be another baptizing In "The Sapp, last week. If you like this cake tell Mrs. partf"ularlY NBtt of and .* and to then Nerve your answer '
meditation.coSTI. were 104 members present and! a. being on. ; .defense on plaintiff. attorney -
nd or
of the young people, some Baptistry Beautiful" at the close Cozette Sapp of Jacksonvilleand I Nona Priest for she gave the recipe 19 visitors. The little children half acra In aotithwat corner orNE' a* required by law, oth.r.wl.e '

HOLINESS work will be done for Christmas of the evening 7:30: service. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. to us when she lived out here were were requested to sing their lUouth., of 8W4 Range| of It 8eo.Kaat.II, Township the allegation will be taken of a the* confess bill of

1st and Temple Aye In which all may participate.Presbyterian I Sunday< school with a stuff of Sapps, this week. and we have all surely enjoyed It. I Also: Ileajln at Southeast earner complaint you. Bradford County Tel.. '
little
song, so the fellows came of E-luck I 8, of Range 4 W., of g"aph this ord.r In
9:45: a. m.$; MoraaMp more than 80 officers and I shall publish 4
: I teach Melton Kerce week'svisit
School enjoyed a The Christian Endeavor met at to the front of the building and Hlmon .1. Temple'. !Uub-dlvlslon: and It. neat four weekly Issues.Wltnesn '
11 a. m.; Evangell ChurchDr. I ers supervised by E. C. Mann, Jr. In Palatka with his brother, run North and 71 dear**. W hand and official' seal L
the usual hour and Some of them were at my
Sunday evening sang. (=N71W' ) ntl t& feet to stake thence
; lor'la.thla '
Everyone meets at 9:45: Stark
Z. : A.
lice 7:00 M. at -
said
: p. I Training of
Bradley.We
of North and 14 decree East NUB) : .
elected officers for the new year young as three! or four yeara ( d oyurt October. A.D t 5OFFICIAL.
J. Harris Lynn of Unions with a group for each age all regret that Mr. Reddish 153H feb along. east line of landheretofore SI SEAL A. J. ThomaaA
Tallahas'I'I as follows: president Tom Kerce: age but they sang up as much as old to C. K. Clark to -( "
will deliver meets at 6:15: P. M. .."il lCo"".
see with
the J. T. Andrews Is confined to North FlorIda Clerk nf
I vice Leslie else. None looked to be stake: I thence South and Tt degrees
president Sapp secretary anyone
; FloridaAttys.
JLIC CHTRCIIL First Presbyterian Church of Lawson, director.Methodist Clinic in Starke at this writingdue 18 (M71K! ) 178'!H feet to eaSt boundryof I A. J. Thomas, Jr., St"*"' '
i U 11i3'w ,
Jackie Johns; treasurer, more than twelve years of age. said. Block 6 a. of Kane 4 W) for Plf. 1111
Mass 9:13: a.m. Starke Sunday morning service, to an acute asthma attack.Ve Merritt chairman One little girl In particular attracted _
Ralph ; missionary _. .. .
|v Scbool 11 a.m. which begins at 11 o'clock. 1 Church \ hope she will soon be better. Freddie Johns; social chair. our attention, she lookedto ..--- _I------1--l, ... -. .. .
I Day Mass 8:30a.m.: Sunday school begins at 9:45: The Rev. Truby Parrish and
man, Johnnie Frances Crews; song be about three years old but
a.m. with classes for all ages. I i The First Methodist Church family and Mrs. Rosa Plnholster
believe she could and
Wednes- leader, Louise Johns. The Rev and me sing WANTED !
Study Is every Everyone Is cordially Invited to cordially invites the public to of Brooker were dinner! guests of Mrs. Wilbur Scott meet with the carry a tune as well as the older !
17.49: attend all services.A worship with them In
: the StarkeWoman's the Floyd Wlgginses Sunday, oldest
of the
group every Sunday evening. Johnnie ones. Two Curtis Pecans
lb.
I Club building Mrs. 1,000,000
during Frank Tomlinson Is sick
Frances Is pianist.! preachers In the Black Creek Association -
I the construction of their new this week In bed. Frank L. Is
first Rev. Jim
Beulah Mae Moody has accept. preached! ;
CHALLENGE For The Hour: church sanctuary.The planting: about 23 acres ot.Blue ed a position in the Lake Butler Strickland with Rev Jim Con- MARKET PRICES at ALL TIMES

adult Sunday school classes Lupine for soil improvement. way following.", Both &gave, wonderful -
[lRE) HEART CLEAN HANDS are also held In the Woman's Eustace Kelley says his squash post office. messages. Mr. Spivey and -WILL BUY.ALL VAIUETIES-

I Club each Sunday beginning at patch is "squshed" instead of Mrs. Ira Merritt and daughters, his singers from Jacksonville,
9:45: A.M., with a clans for "squashed." Gerry Snpp and Edith Carroll, both SEE US BEFORE SELLING!
with us and some
were sang very
READY FEET"Hear every age and Interest. The of Jacksonville, and Pete Sapp
Mrs. Laurence Wiggins and son beautiful songs. There were several -,
teachers for the adult clauses went to Brunswick Ga.. recentlyto
Ronald, of Brooker attended singers of the Gospel Singers
are: Men's Bible Class, C. S. visit Mrs. Merrill's brother, DILLARD KEENE
church at New River Sunday She '
This Message Sunday Night At 7:30 Association of Jacksonville
Partin; Women's Bible Class, Aaron Wester, who la convalescing
stated that her older CharlesIn Flaw
Starke
son present, including the president 321 Temple Ave.
First Baptist Church Hampton Mrs. A. Wood; Wesleyan Clans the Navy stationed at Sar from an operation and plan to1 I I of the association. Little Butch
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd; "Mr. and visit friends and relatives here a.
Calif. will be this
Diego home
solo which
was
Splvey us a
gave
Bob Gray, Pastor Mrs. Fellowship" class, J. L. soon as he la fully recovered.
week to spend 30 days with them. very beautiful.. He also l led the
Mrs. A. P. Moore sold her house
10 A.M.: Bible School -' 11 A.M. Morning Worship Cooper: Young Adult class Mrs. He hasn't been home since August, quartette which .vas composed of
Deal.. trailer to M. S. Hayes and.has.
Evelyn '
6:30: P.M B.T.U. '49. She added that her oldest his mother dad, uncle and >

eand Bring Your Family to Sunday SchoolRev. ions The youth and children's divis- brother, C. Johns of Jacksonvillelost I gone to her new home. in Miami. self (Butch.) I suppose him-I R. Be AL V AREl & SON T-4BB8 !
of the church
I school con. his only son recently In Ko TWII Age Club few of you who listen to the I

II tlnue to meet in the Educational rea. The Teen Age Club met )las' dio know that( Butch is just I I -;. .-- ,
7' local'
I Building.The Gene Andrews of Jacksonville<<:, week and elected the following of- eight years 'old and has been We operate

spent the weekend here with hit tiers Tom Kerce Joe : -. .. .'''t,. {eft long distanceanywhere
Sunday morning worship j : president; : broadcasting for five years, ot S R' \
Lewis D. Haincs Pastor service Is 'iield In the Woman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. An Lazenby, vice president; RubinsKerre I since he was three years old. 'We .r_........SOlI.. .In IT. S.1

Club at 11 a. m.. The Rev. drews. secretary! : Johnnie Frances i really enjoyed the singing, piano MOVING '

1ST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Thomas G. Mitchell will preach Mrs. Bud Moody and son. Ralph Crews, treasurer: Leslie Sapp sen- ; playing and all of\ the services. : ,Ie,5_-- ',. EXCElLENT":

I this Sunday oil the theme "The Merritt were In Gainesville Sat. tine): Lou Johns, chairman refreshment We just wish we could be In ser : '

Marks of a True Church." The urday on business. Mrs. Moody'rdaughter committee. vices of this kind oftener than we STOHAGR
(mon & Court Streets' In The Heart Of Town Mrs. Harold Shiver and fAgents
I Sunday evening service will be Saturday evening; the Teen Town are.
PHONES: : Office 234 Pastorium 130 Mrs. Shiver's two F.tCUITIESDelcher :
sons
1 held at 7:30: p. m. In the Educational accompanied enjoyed a hamburger fry. Remember that next Sundaywe 1./
Building and the subject Mrs. Moody home and spent
For _
. SUNDAY SERMONS 11 ::00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M. I of the sermon will be "Everyday the weekend.M. Jon Lazenby Is "enjoying" a are to go to Duck Pond or

Religion." L,. Johns, Sr., and family few days out of school this week Padgett! church for another '
day School 9:45: A.M. Training Unions 6:15: : P.M. first
See
I The senior. and Intermediate were In Jacksonville Sunday visiting due to a broken thumb. "It's my homecoming service. This Is us

WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30: P. M. groups of the Methodist Youth with M. L. Jr., who Is still a right thumb and I'm rlghthandfld" to be a very Important meetingas Bros.

Fellowship will meet together at patient in Hope Haven where he says Jon gleefully, "so I can't there are some subjects to be

\.M.. : "Daniel's Prophecy Today, The Golden Image" ; 6:30: p. m. Sunday to hear a talk seems to be doing unusually well do any school work even. at home!"
discussed that of Interest to
Following and we hope he will soon be home are
Los
7:30: P.M.: "What's In Your Hand?" by Chaplain Shepherd. again. moat of the people In this part of
I the evening service all
II Jesse Marvin Canon of Lake the, county, especially the settle-
people Invited to remain SERVICE
are
I young LONG BRANCH ment the church. Let's make .
In the educational building Butler spent Tuesday night with near! y\\\\f.\ STOKE
A
Friendly Invitation From A i Joe Lazenby. this another wonderful day of
for fellowship hour. Miss San.
a Hy Mr. J. L. Btrlrklrfhd service for our Lord and decide PHONE 189
Hubert Rouse is certainly getting
Friendly Church Is Extended To All I dra Johns will be the hostess >
this ready to' plant oats and more just what l Is to be done about State Roads! 100 & 200 '
Sunday.
'I I II The mid-week prayer service v oats--If one Is to judge by the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields of continuing services at this little ST AUKE, FLORIDAOPEN'
I has It will make church. It Is another one of God'shousei .
seed he
II !is held Wednesday evening at piled up. Jacksonville spent Sunday with 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M.
so why should It be neg.
7:30: In the Educational Building. good grazing pasture In the early their grandparents, Mr. and 'Mrs. ;
I lected and no services held there
Everyone Is Invited to bring his cold pre-spring days. Belt and sister Miss Lorene trrrrr sq
and the house left to rot down?
Bible and join In the Bible study Fields. Their parents were at I
Ice Box Fruit Cake what Pure Tires Batteries
Let's all go and see we Tybes, ,
,
each Wednesday Black Pond the home
and meeting attending
prayer
Several friends have requestedour can do to keep this little church-

$500 evening.Christian recipe for ice box fruit cake, coming cervices.! alive. M"et us at Duck Pond. And Accessories I II
Mrs. Oscar Lang has moved to I
so here it is: .

I Church 1 large box Ciraham crackers Highland. She and her two little AIRPARK BAPTIST! CllL'RCIl

1 lb. marshmallows girls will be missed from our Sunday School 9:43: A. M. Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car

I 10 A.1III the call for Bible 1 can evaporated mlk Sunday school and community.We Morning Worship 11 A. M.' by the new SIJl'one.proceS8 The new t.

Ii II i School at the First Christian Fruit and nuts aa desired (the hope they will prosper In their Evening Service, ,,7:30: P. M. way to lasting car' beauty. $7.50

I Church with Clyde Colson an nu- more the better) new home. Prayer Meeting every Thursday WATERPROOF '. Corrosion Resistant

perlntendent. "There are clashes' Meal the Graham crackers until I Mr. and Mrs. Jones of the Dap- evening 7:30: o'clockL. : i

Will Reserve Any for all ages and good teachers; not lumpy. Melt marshmallow tint Sunday School Board were by G. Hemingway, Pastor.

so plan to attend this Sunday. ____ __ u_

I Bring the whole family along," the I lII'

I the pastor Homer Swindall urges

Mayfil' WasherFor : Morning 11 A. Worship M. Sermon Service subject beginsat : $$1' '4

"Making Men Catchers." The N OW 1III/IJlIII/IIIII/H/lf'I
Lord's Supper is served at 11:15.:

I Evening services! begin at 6:30

P.M. with Christian Endeavor Under

Christmas On Our ; the direction of Cecil Douglas. ,

Evangelistic Service starts at hI
I will speakon I "
II I 7:30: when the minister "
the subject. "Keeping Com. I .


Convenient Lay-Away Plan ; pany Midweek with Fools.Service" Is "'held Wednesday I 7KD474ffffnhIfM/ :

at 7:30: P.M. followed by

the Bible Training Class. '

i The services.public Is Invited to attendall !T



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LATTER DAY SAINTS --kN I I I : txclun'nutyt By popular f ,1
of ,
The Church of Jesus Christ ; ; fI

:: the Latter Day Saints each(Mormon Sun. Jiigli;,,! good! OI.I.mnLilo-an.1 only Ol services
Only yg Only Church dny in )the holds usa building on North FAMOUS HIGH-COMPRESSION POWER PLANT !I mobile-offers you thrilling "Jlo ''Let" i

Temple! Avenue 'as follows:, rti'oa/ coupled with tbe superb smoothness I ; .

10:00: ) ant: Sunday School. of new OMitmobila. IIrJr -.M.lict Power. ;

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driving easel! Exceptional economy! You ,.

rlrrnlt ('" BreJJoril ('o..t r, get them all In OMrfmoliile's fluxliiug. / r

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own Downw'J :Er.1; J"xVlrartdl'coTwno..r.rW.n! 1U1"-lowe-at'l'rlced "Rocket" Engine cart '''

i l"t. aiWrsse Ureenvllle.*Is: South Carolina$! ft Drive in today-Co'Ot" "Hot-let" riJet. ,
You are required to appear onNovember
iI 20. USO Inhe, wherein aboy* I t ifd
named Court and cause _
and
divorce, Cu.tody
pl.lntlft' ceeks _
Control ot minor child'* r..tor.tI..not

I Tel..r.ph maiden .-AT,...f s lesuel.a'sa.r'vv.i.TVTW5 t i'i'I ,

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A'-L' !!?Jr'FICIAt. ) A. J. Thoma I ., t'' 1 1i
YOU DO is pay $5.00: down a small regular; l A*8EAL Clerk of said nurt.; _ _ : ;

Weekly payment until this Christmas and a brand r',f Crosby, Deputy Cleric
rfc"a. I..ndrum BtarOli'o ftIO1111; Ii-
new '
for PitBewarO -
MAYTAG WASHER will be reserved : ______________ I -"'t
you.

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..... -. "a"v 'voe"e1 BRADFOBDCOt1N'n'TELEGnAPD, BTARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY,
FACE EIGHT NpfE1I6g1I
I .
.... Bra.fer. CosmtrV., .. Clremlt 1(...... Bradford C..e,, .
black walnut concord seeding In done. But when we In Clrrnlt c. KlorldBi. !. Chsmcerr.Wllllum Is C..lt ('..
This turned out to be a tedious I one one Fiends. Florle.t' .t, '..
I do have frost we plan to cut fcsxrsa-tirr. v., 1ffan- J. Shoemaker: Plaintiff vs. I. I ..... ."
,
job as we mounted the sprayeron grape and one persimmon are I, a Grace. Verdunb"'* Hilda M. Shoemaker Defendant.. Garvin W .,
FARMER'S U.
the back of the tractor and I dead. Which leaves us with twoscuppernongs over the field and plant oatstheI u.l CaMe No. ?? Case No. 1145 Calherlne ReCurdydrhleli
I ... 'T. Order Of Puhleratlos. Asirt (
!Netlro :
N.t.
find. A.d To '
I oats can Publication
feed
I I we Order Of
crawl over thr two plunui one cheapest Order
to pn-tScaUy
had KLORMI TOl Appear NTATH Or FLORID TO Of Cu
OK I..blt.
NTATM .
'
.
DIARY f'-ld. Cut wo dlj; .- re cultivation : pear, one pecan and all our citrus By the way the hairy indigo Manuel Appear. D. Verdiiiro, whose reelcmnce Hilda. M. Shoemaker, whose resi Apprne a'l't "tat:

ct the name time and when alive yet. We again resolved eure does draw quail-we see and address Arlaona' Is: ., HZ* Kant. 6th St., Tuo-. dance You.Is are unknown required to appear on l'alh..rlne and .."dr...MI'Curdy.,I. ': PLo

By Sam McGarvcy t'-e job was done vve felt pretty that we must give the orchard dozens of them every night whenwe son You. are required. to appear on December llth 1S60 In the above You ar.. nAnuwq. :

good about It. The plants re- more care but the question l< go out to.feed. Comfort. December.Court llth.. and I960 cause In the, wherein abovenam..d plaintiff named. Court seek and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein named D.e.mb.r Court 11th.qUlrtel and: ., I.In

The> author will be glad to receive rponded well!! to the fertilizer but where Is the time coming from 0 plaintiff. seeks divots' restorationof County Telegraph shall publish this plaintiff reekt a".k
Items.) of intermit concernIng to be even Porky la bred again and this maiden' name. Pradford. County Order in next four weekly Issue. <-ollnlY n p.less'Rp'p'
tfco next promises
Job hand. Order next
Order
Witness my and official seal ,
the activities.! of farmers In toucher- -cultivating and cut Little Early I. coming along operation was a heck of a lot In nextfourhweekluy I hues.thu at Starke, Florida this November I ti'Itne.. hi four I
)
I Bradford County. Suggestion maybe done this time than last. Witness my; hand and official anal 14th, 1560..OFFICIAL. at Starke. .oendandStn
ting rut come of the plants. Ai fine. She Is growing dally and easier November A. FI nd. 0/l
Florida, this nooOFFICIAL lbl,
office or at Starke. Clerk
.aid
left at the Telegraph there are about six miles of rows one would never believe that she Then she broke oat time and 8th, 1960.OFFICIAL. A* of court. (

I mailed to Sam McOarvey, Lawtey, I to do, we don't believe We'll need was a wobbly-legged little one time again and it took practically -: ( As Clerk A.f said, Court. I By Haven. Crosby Deputy. Clerk.. I By SEA1.; 0\..,I

fits Florida. any rocking to sleep at the end of not so long ago. But we want to a whole day to get her bred., Bv Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk P aYtonaeineachSP'lorlda. IT Frank HavenCrosby, D'I
a R. Hess S04-OS Guaranty Life Attys, for PI f. 11110 4t nil nova L.'hdrU''"
opened Chas nor' flat
I.> a day. wean her and get a bull calf This time we simply Jacksonville, Florida 1'1r
Well, we've had our baby hurricane Bradford county. Dut fortui.a- started as we want to have some couple of gates and let her In Attyii.Uulldlnff.I for' Flfj 11110 4t nit I I'I '
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"blow or whatever you 'tely this storm petered out be- Set out about 4,000 'berry beef to put In the deep freeze with Red and that was that. In Circuit Court.- Bradford, County.I

want to call It,< and !it'll be all fore long ana we wero hard: at plants purchased from our Our other heifer, Comfort must Sure It Is an expense to have Klnrtilal. In (......-...'. .,
.
Anastitsl.Ja
right with us we never have an work again with the storm for- neighbor, Walter Wilkinson. Cost think she Is being'raised for rodeo your own boar, but we think Joseph"..brIO.Vehra.Defendant.. Plaintiff Case.v No. 8160

other. The: wind blew the roof off gotten. of plants, taking up and settingout stock as she does her best to that In our case it will pay in Order Of Publication FLORIDA And Notle.TOt To

the laying house (tae it did last was about $36. We set them knock us over every time we feed I the long run. And especially as Appear Anastasljn. STATW Vebra.OF whose residenceand DUTIESconscientiously

year too) and then went to work At last we finally got our right after the heavy rains and her. She Is growing fine. Red brings such fine pigs. address. III l Unknown .
broccoli planted, on' October 25thto e i o You are required to appear on
on the cow shed roof and Just aa a result the land was very wet I December llth I960, In the above performed with
tore all of It off. And with the be exact. Used our Cole and out of the bunch set onlya The least said about our chick- Have learned another thing a- ntdlffCourt. sdivorce.. .., Bradfordiotinty wherein mod-

wind we had a flood of rain that planter with a 4-hole corn plate few died. Set the plants on ens now the better. We get about bout farm life, and that Is that : Telegraph ;,O.'ii.pu. .. this esty of expense and no lessening of

washed out the ferUizar. Just filed down to set out 24 as Inches.few seeds But single beds as we want to do as 6 to 8 eggs a day from a there are times .when every thing Order Witness In next inv. hand four and.. official.seal..*. Service have won for us an
the broccoli field swamped as possible every by total of about 63 hens and pul- NovemberFFOTAl enduring
put Into much cultivation as possible at Starke Florida, this
after about six rows we dlscov seems to go wrong and money regard 4n the
us generally and made a mo- tractor. Have cultivated once lets and we are losing money. 81h. 1D60. communities which
that had used almost a in. Folks raised SEAL) A. J. ThomasAn we
ered (
we stops coming
Tan of our land around the since the plants were set and it But we are going to put ten old just flerk of said Court t serve.DeWITT.
house. We finally decided that pound of seed" so we used a hack seemed to work all right. Hopeto hens In the deep freeze and that as farmers will laugh at this, By Haven Crosby. Starke.Deputy Florida Clerk i
safer saw on the.corn plate to, further at least will them, from because they are used to It. but ::1': Frank Landrum.
we had better get to a place set an' additional two beds atop Atty for I'lf. 11110 4t 1ZU
so we visited friends until the reduce the seed put out. This from some of the original plants ing. eat-I we were used to a regular In- _
worked fine and we planted the In Clrr.lt ('"an. Bradford Connty. C. JONESPhone
worst was over. The next day we grew. e come and this business of count- florid .. Cfcaneerr.Robert .
re found the wind had blown remainder of the 4-'i acres' and e Our field of hairy Indigo Is ing on crops.that are months a- .f*. McKinley, Plaintiff, vs.Margaret .

down a number of trees around used less than 3 pounds of seed While making up the beds on seeding. and we hope that we way is tough on worry-warts like F. McKinley Cane,. Defendant.No. 8149 7 Starke, Fit

deciding that The broccoli came up about will not have frost before the us! Order Of Pnhll<-..lon And Notice Topnrar 1 .
the hog pens so which to set the berry plants, we
three days later and was not ... gTATM' OK PI.OIIIU TOt Funeral Director
"it's an 111 wind that blows no got "bogged down" for sure with Mrn Margaret F. McKinley whose Ambulance Sefr
damaged by mole crickets, as we reHldence and .addresn Is 1565 Rlchmend .
good," we had them cut up for the tractor. Poor Katrlnka just I Our local funeral home' enables
used a bag of cricket poison and Road, Staten Island 4, New us to offer conveni
firewood.We mired down that the more York! "
got so services not otherwise.
killed a lot of them. I You are required. to appear. on available,
got busy right'away put Due to the fact that a lot of she struggled the worse It was, December 11th, 1950, In the above
until decided the only named Court and cause. wherein
we
roofs back and had finally
the
ting on fertilizer leached out we decided plaintiff seeks divorce., Bradford.
/ way we could get out was to dig. 'Bounty' Teleicrapt shall publish this We furnish the highest type service at
the Job done, better than eve to give tlie young plants a b- lowest
pn
And what We dug and Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness
two days later. Then we heard "shot in the arm" with a water a job inv hand and official. seal accept ANY life Insurance policy In force '''

about a new storm heading for soluble fertilizer called Oro-Tone. dug and dug. and in ,case It Is at Starke, Florida this November8th company, as payment in part or In full oa a tunJ

Tampa and our general area, and Used two tablespoons to a gallon not known, wet clay soil Is so "try Jjura Sttnjess R- (UFFICIALA., 1950 Clerk A. said ... Consultation carries no obligation.
Anyhow Jule and Jay .
heavy of Court
we. thought the roofs would once of water and applied It with our -- ONCE ,
Bv Hnven Crosbv Deputy ClerkT.
Eunice decided to help and pull-
again get scattered all over knapsack and hand sprayer Wherein I net aside this day to you love them. You are firm with Frank I.nmlrum. Starke... Florida, .
ed us out with the tractor. Needless Attvs for vii 11110 4t 1ZU
just enjoy, think be happy and "nay them because it Is beat. It isn't always -
to say, we don't brag anymore
a prayer.Now teaching a child good Eng-
HOUSED SAN1C1AUS down. about never getting bogged In the Island forest- all the Hsh that Is the.best. To me any w.c. T.U.

a pools English that touches the heart
TilE BEST WAY TO GET ALONG .
real' Embroidered ,with the light' of fall- and conveys' what we mean. Is
Alice has made progress
IS TO
: WIT LIQUOR
en leaves good English. To be calm, kind and
In the kitchen garden. She now
GET ALONG \VmiOUT IT.
Lie still and not a rippling curve of happy. To be very thankful and .
has beets, carrots lettuce rad-
(FLORIDA GOOD NEWS.)
foam show affection to those at home ,1
ishes spinach kohl rabl, Irish
Betrays the touch of any err art has always been my goal.
potatoes, English peas, turnips
cabbage collards, cauliflower and breeze Last week we burled two women.

brussels sprouts all growing. She Now purple asters gently loose One lady seventy-two. The othera

has one hill of rhubarb held over their seeds girl of fifteen. It is not so often

of from the spring planting and To float like down beyond the that death claims a young girl. She 1.

Walt Disney the asparagus bed Is growing misty trees. died of diabetes. We dressed her

FREIGHT TRAIN SET $2.19 well, although some pesky critter So Is the fall-the pleasant! season In a pale blue satin evening dress U OURS isPRESCRIPTIONS

is eating the asparagus and when and I fixed her up until she looked

Famous Disney characters and powerful, long-running; we'll have to get it by hook or The harvest's In bid burning rum beautiful. She was a pupil in re ,

freight train. by crook. Anyhow It won't be mer spent; high school. The other lady had J s

.Train consists of long before we'll have an abun The farmer toasts his feet before reared a big family and one foster ya b f. !

engine, tender dance of food from, our garden. the log; daughter. This week I have clean
and S freightcars. The fisherman stacks. high his ed and washed all the mortuary

Sturdy Visited Troy Bennett's place shed with wood sheets and towels and have the

| clockwork motor and saw some of his new Improv. And all the Iron stoves reflect their house In good order. I

with brake.FOR' ed pasture and some of his cat. heat I have a big hunk of corned beefto lie Like the painter, w. Step to assure correctnesi.
tie. Troy thinks that pangola To make a man's comfort more cook. I am looking forward to must exercise care In b. Bring your docior'i

grass will be the winter grass so complete. the winter to Thanksgiving and mixing: of ingredients. prescriptions: here wish
Beatrice Holman. onrctDeaatioeisdoubly: the assurance thai one
badly needed and has planted i a Christmas. Whoopee! Our
Indicated because health fresh drags will
potent
large field of it and has a small! This Is the golden autumn and HELPFUL HINTS-To warm Burglary and even life Itself may beojed.OuruDplestoclipermit .
HERMatnrnlsi trees that shade the house have
patch from which he plans tc ,
cold biscuits, dip them In cold wa- upon oar skill permit us to Compound
net out more. Incidentally he lost their leaves and the *, bare ter and place In a pan and put In Policy for I aDd accuracy Thai Uwhy even the mot complet

Cbot'KRtntU: 39.95 has a group of young heifer' branches reach up beseechingthe hot oven to reheat. They come out pays we employ only experienced prescription promptly,
n grazing In this 'patch and they heavens. I told Don this morn like freshly baked. When frying Registered] and precisely as the dM
(r. K.
...0.11.rap....,' 22.95 really looked fine. ing "This day Is one day I plan I hamburgers sprinkle a little salt wltiat is stolen ordestroyed. Pharmacists,and double. tor directs.W. bops you
Just to do what needa to be done time'!
the"skillet check each compounding will try uf next
/ .nndmlrh Urlll on first and they will
16.95 and take the day off to be "
A WAPPI.H. IRON Alice's pet gut Maybe Is dead. happy. not stick.
We think that It was caused by Whoopee! Did you ever feel that HOW ARD'S
I..... PrrwHOAKTP.II4 CLAY IIIUIt anyone wants ,,
2.98 feeding her chicken bones ar way? news of Clay Hill read the LONG Charley} E. Johns

C'IrruUtlnsTti. 24.95 Maybe simply up and got sick and The sun shines with pale golden BRANCH Items-she covers the Drugs-Prescriptions

.\* HFATlaI.N. died suddenly without any warning light and one can tell the days are news well. I had a letter asking Agency

.. 4tH P..."... 14.95 It may. sound silly to say getting much shorter. I feel so what happened to my good pal Phone IS 8TAKKE, FLA. 230 N. Temple Avc,-Ph. 79

fOOKKIt: so,' but we both miss Maybe a rested when morning comes. I Daisy Lang She had a fall and

I.........0..1 Ilaevater1teFR1IeIIATOIte lot. She was a fine gilt and we have my work all done the floors broke several ribs which proved .J'Y'::: : r. (i)

: 199.95 had such great hopes for her in the bath and kitchen waxed and very painful. Fred was injured In ;..

She Loo'LI',a R..I Sa', future, but In farming you've got shining. In my heart Is a great a auwmill accident. Both are doing tepreeentlng i THE:TRAVELERS Hartford

HORSMAN to be able to take such losses love for all humanity. I am sorry well and home now. One of -
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"TYNIE-BABY"; the Russians are so dumb and the teachers, Mr. Nash, has been

We have, another heifer comingour mean. They would enslave the ill, and one of my girls Lois Os-

I DOLt 15.95 as way aa soon as we get some world and bring all those under teen Wayman, has been teachingin -

preparations made. Mom's fine their control to slavery. God helpus his place. !

Ts/f JaI,*" ".....,,. r Jersey cow was bred to a regis all. When you read this It will be 9' Watch That Clock

bornbobr will cop. r' tered Brahman bull and the resulting -I Last and November. We have PL '11
eon fat Aeorf of ..../.. h evening was so lovely usually our
"' heifer wonderful.We .
fating "",'.er" sex Is really Don had to deliver gas out in an- first snow in late November. I e7ee.
Sh. is 21' tall and sat can't wait until. we!! get here other town twelve miles from hereto greet the first snowflakes with '

looks and feels like a Noma Tree Itoly e a widow lady who has been to whoops of Joy. They look so pretty a

real baby. Dressed In LampsMiniature Poly All of a sudden we had the first see me several times and Is a distant floating down and covering the INJUST5 MINUTE
flannelette frost!
went downto
diaper Temperature
relative to Don by marriage. brown earth. Here the snow stays
dressing snuggled sacque In a warm and (I/e ... DUe about 42 degrees first nightut I: rode along. The home where WIP white and clean. I love It. I like

flannel blanket tied baM, Can't tip over. > down to 30 degrees next night drove up to was a two story house winter here better than summer.I r

with huge satin bow. serlei type. He- Swings from Lucky we got our beans out In with windows alight. The curtains love poetry and one can get so

placement for side to side, time. One good thing about cool looked so pretty and one could see much Inspiration from It. I have .w. I CAN SAVE YOU $tOO
most sets. rsttles. weather Is that you feel more like Inside the dining room. It was a now signed up for another course
It's'the
working, or maybe fact roomy eight room house, and fixed in English literature. I have fin

H.'sHandfom.-H.gSfurdy that you have to keep working Ito up lovely. Her daughter was ished the other course and must

keep warm. there. nice visit with them take the final I haveaccess .
Ihad a soon exam. '
141" Chiming. and came home feeling so happy. to so many poems and good j.7ree4 1//

Horse Ilirier Double cut right field ((6.'' I looked at the homes as we went prose through their course. Life /
acres) for a cover crop. Had plan- their window shades Is -.
byall had up always Interesting and gay. Ian
ned to plant sweet lupine, but as and could the find
2.49 one see right Into ( always something to be
the best deal I we 'could find was L.'W/1 ll
lovely kitchens and living' rooms. glad about at home. I am not -
k M.,., t A/m, wAeefs at about 13' c a Ib. we decided This Is America our country wherewe much good visiting-long. My son
Bell/ as> refill that that was too much for us,
believe In freedom; In the ownIng and daughter made me happier at
%ae' 16"It/"l,, 19"long and so we're going to plant bitter of homes and the ever sacredness their home than I ever dreamed I .

dx Strong enough for even the lupine along with rye. In that of the home. Where love could be. They are fine and my jj-i: _

'' roughest little) riders. Wood way we hope to improve our soil dwells and children feel secure. son devotes his full time now to ..- -
frame with wheel. that chime for corn next year, and still have Often as we grow older. we feel, farming. --

a.. ;. as horse rolls. Head and tall some grazing for our stock so hat It Is foolish to show love and, I am going to make sour cream THERE'S MORI ROOM INSIDE this big AMERICA'S' LOWEST.PRICED AuP!t

e'n decorated In bright colors. they don't "eat Us out of house affection for each other. It Is only I doughnuts tomorrow. If D newDixJge-more head roomehoul'I') maMc TraniimlOTlon
anyone
CJ
der
Seat is made of durable wood. room stretch-out leg rool11- h CTo-M.atlci.avnilnbleon
A' : and home. We think that by
when beside casket
stand the .
we wants the recipe write to me I than (
r.. In net shntxlcraMetsdml
.. .,.. many cars costing far more. models
?, OTMIK HORSIS $3..1. t. $19.., having winter grazing plus protein of a loved one that we wish we will gladly send It. It Is an old one

i supplement and minerals had told them we cared or patted that Is a favorite in Nebraska. .
that we'll be able to bring our a tired shoulder or kissed the topof God bless everyone. See 'for yourself I You could pay $1,000 more and still not get the

heifers and hogs through the the bald head LOVE. LURA. extra roominess driving ease and of DODGE!
: rugged dependability
winter months In good shape Sometimes I would look at him -

USE e sitting there We have some typewriter" paper I' rive ..fNVTrs: of your time worth U.OOO? laving dependability that you don't get: In::?

Alice put 29 packages of green All hunched down tired In the 60O sheets only 99c Bradford Thnt's all the time \II'e need to show you the can coating all much .s a tbOlLoand dulLln ....
OUR snap beans in her deep freeze: rocking chair County Telegraph. that of Dodge bi cer: value I ace In today-and see how t't\sy ,
itpr
4 and she is be'with' this smart big Dodge gives new lolls es "rnt I
a pleased as can And longed to lay a hand on his you a kind : 'r valulS Dodghe YOllr dop0a
LAY-A-WAY the process. She says It Is a lot'I shoulder of driving easextra roomineu-and mon y- will probaby take cure of the down pal"""'"

I aster than canning and that Or smooth his hair; but when we

New 7950 MoJel PLAN many things taste better when I get older, CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

STAKE TRUCK with f frozen." We have set, by the way I Such things seem silly. It's sort ,,
what we think is a record snap of as though
LIFE SAVE!. CANDY
,,..,....",i4 0, -- bean growing in Bradford Coun-! Loving was something 'you ought PHARMACISTS VAWE1
$1.10 A SMALL DEPOSIT ty--one hamper of beans, from 15 not to show. r MDODG
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Sturdy .H attractive plastic PI HOLDS ANY HIM If pounds of seed-the record U of So I never did It. He never knew 8ger

truck. With 10 assorted packUNTILCHRISTMAS: course, a new low yield. I' The time and again I had hankered -w-
of Lifesavers. S e e 1
spa to.It 4
Received from'. II
a friendly note Isn't death that makes a body .

FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY a Mrs. Garner who requested we'' sad- _

K.: Call St. Starke' Phone 28 publish recipes for persimmon" t's not to have done what you : 1

pudding, persimmon ice cream,) wish you had. _. 0'S"L
-'" and lime pie. We have mislaidthe Aa I stand by the) side of those ---a tthr
:=-- ..,- one for persimmon pudding', who are taking their last look I Abe

B.F.Go 0 drieh and will print It as soon as we' often wonder how many are weeping --

find It (or we'll write Mrs. Ingle. because of the things they wish ,
ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE
right for It.) I they had done. Today we are here. ShOMttme, UAA.-.jxfc. tln e St
Gl't'&tee **
S e PHONE Show on Televlslon-S Your Newspaper
There Is
C yet time to be kind, to
Inspected our young orchard how affection and love In the

and found that two peach trees) home To let the children know Day_ T64 I Night... J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS 600 Temple AvNOV



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