Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03185
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Official County Publication Established III 1879

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? Farmers To Vote Saturday ,, :,7 Lawtev Negro Gets 9 Years For Rape


k S *n.*;; I For PMA Committeemen :'''-'b T1 : I .' : = : I Attempt On White Lawtey Housewife

> \ ...... I ; County Is Divided Into Four New Districts :.0 :f. 1 \1' ..... '" .(is: ,. J.>hn A H :\t-phr.( : !la:*' .itllrj .

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t',-..,'"r'.. .'..'.' ,,. ..,......... The Bradford County PMA Committee announced last week that ..' if I !','rh.llI" ,
:;, 't. an election would be held -& standiig '1 '\:
w. I Saturday, 13 -
: Sept. to name Community ..
: j:7): : ; i Committeemen in four communities in Bradford .i.1-: .. .- -rx mother. Goldie Perki'i-[; I', r f fI

t ,: V., I this county has been considered one PMA County. Up to now :- -I-. !! .1 u.ig':..!, \t'irphree,t elivei! _, ; '. ,

:' i. :. PMA administration community and all of the L, 'z $, 1'1- .i\:; ';: lit' accef ed ti.' s, .

:- It;. I was handled by a County Committee. The last '.- ."_ .. .. ""J .,' .1I\d o\ltllh'\ shu k t' \ ,
l t} t '. Congress changed the 1953 V
y'j ..' t1f 1tI I Agricultural Conservation Program requiring 4- \ .

': .. i that counties be divided into communitie? and that community : ; H.- Ti! ."thei! we t .i" -
Polaroid 1-Mlnute Photo by thef committeemen be elected from .. ,, si
Telegraph- each community to administer the : ':'! etu! '
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Jam A. Lewis, incumbent City Councilman who let the Tuesday program. The county has been divided into areas and numbered 1. :.. : J I hlI"I': lluiphret 1 t..ld t ,, -.

ticket 2, 3, and 4 as shown on map at right ;"n'v he v\as ben ,
congratulates EweJl Lawson. political unknown, \\ho won the ; g sent i iMe

seat vacated by Buddy Bishop. Lndan 0.. Ha/.en. third victorious All persons who are operating a I II : : st ate reform s hooi l Itt'$ i > -

farm I; uas ".t and th..' '
which xiiung.
candidate, look-* on. is signed up in the \ >

t I 1952 AC Program are eligible tr i Ii behavior at the Maii.tirt ,

I w lion[ he .
vote and are urged to do so would be e1ihlease -
With only 66( votes cast in ,i James T. :Moore. 357 to 321. when he 21
Farmers will vote for five out of was
slow city election, two incumbent Lawson replaces Council Chair (! .
Under the ,
10 nominees or write in others of r cr.'(lit v '
and a political newcomer were. man Buddy Bishop, who stepped .- .4 terms ,
serving at '
their choice. The person receiving I : jfr alla :: i ind >
named to fill the three Starke down from the Council after winning j j: .. $ of .
the highest number of vote, wil1! I SiX Yl'ar,4 vs !h. I'-- '\
City Council Alderman seats for !the County Commissioners' ,.\ ill be 21. ., ,
be declared elected' Chairman. I he wi h.iv i

two year terms Tuesday. post in the spring Democratic 2nd highest. Vice-Chairman; 311'>i 1' J:7.: I \'..ars of credit tot ihvears .,

James A. Lewis advertisingstaff primary. | ,highest. Regular MemberIt; I' 4f'\ I and thereby intKi 1 ,

member of The Telegraph Fifth in the five-man race was'G. highest, 1st Alternate: and 5th I eligible for release

led the ticket of five men with Paul Raymond who won loa: However if his on-l1. '
highest, 2nd Alternate. Voteif I '
459 votes to win his thrid votes.
I I. not him the ,
will also cast ballots for delegate 1 : gain three \ t' i I'
straight term, with fellow coun During the 1931;: city election, to the county convention. Delegates % ,f I -$4.$ I will serve the rjjmam.ler "'

cilman Lucian O. Hazen, State one candidate with more than1 : u 1,11)I : ; I If'arold term at the Florida
Vr-\.tA ) St it-
elected will meet next week : :sheriff Keddisli flanks l 15: : 1'
Road Department employee run 500 votes did not win his race i.. :it Raiford
and select the county committee ) negro Joseph Perkins
ning a clse second with 445 tallies while this year the highest man : i on I
The result will he that for 1932; the left with Depntv I'ecil Sevvelton Only three of 10 hlelknL: ; i ,i jentpl'lUg
also his third term. did not 500 votes. '
taking garner near
there will be a county committeein I the right as thej march out of cases believeil t t.\ hi '
Bespectacled Ewell Lawson engaging Lack of interest in the electionon 1
i charge of the ever-all county / (lie fountv Court House I following been committW by Parki'. i I' '
in politics for the first the part of the more than 1.600 his accomplices in the ,
Agricultural Conservation Program \ I Perkins'! sentencing in his >
time in his .44 years won the third registered voters was blamed on :Map showing .':\ rapt area since ,
and a community committeein new 1.Hi..tri'h in Bradford County. I. I attempt of .\ug.'H.. September of 19M! .s "i
seat of the Council by defeating the lack of issues. 1- ___ 4 : brought to court The
each area to administer the -- I "

program specifically for that area. I pear on the ballot are shown below i I J.: W. Kelly, H H. Mott, Frank- -L \ -M. ; Rep. Bennett To were not filed by States .v f' .

Farmers in area No. 3 will vote : Tomlinson. Howard Wait. \h *'. T. E Duncan because o* l It"

Last Rites Today Fire Destroys Old 'at Pinholster's store in Brooker. I I For Community Committee I Area No. 4 E. D. Allen J M -J" .J Talk In evidence.On .

Farmeis living in the other area Area No. 1 Cecil Crawford |' Edwards Jr.. T. A. Graves. Albert (t---- ; County the three cases ni i l to' "- 'I' .

will'ott' in the 1 ILeaton Morgan. L. M. McClellan 'Gnffis. Chde Ht>rse}', II. B. Hin- '" : K< ( ,h.Hlie and entering, Perkin
Agricultura1 I r1 : : 'II.| K.: Bennett. ISrad-! \\ I N I

For Mrs. Herlong Night! Owl ClubThe Building behind the Courthouse I!: Russell Redding. Claude Rowe, son. A. R. McRae. E. M. Prevatt I '4k .iI .: .J, fort! ('onnt\ '.. second districtCiinijn'ssinaii. raigned. pleaded, ail I I< 'i.lZalutsky '

in Starke. Polls will open at 8:00a : Ralph Saunders Allen Starling. George Rivers, W. S. Sibley.l'or "- : 1\ hit will hI' representing guilty by Judge Mm pIn-. ,

.m. and close at ;5 p.m. Marklee Starling. Rodman Under. I Delegate (' V. the area onh to ,Jan. I, sentence was deferred
Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha old Night Owl beer gardenand The- nominees' whos names appear hill. H. C. Wainwright. To ('oiinty. Convention o il( \ \,' !i9s! :{, lNcuns4> the coiint at that The three cases'I'! .- d.t ,

Robinson Herlong of Starke dance hall North of Starke OI. on the ballots were selected Area No. 2 Leon Conner, I Area No. 1 Cecil Crawford "). time! will! form part of t the tieuhcreated -- from day to day and tei n' "

will be'held today (Friday) at 11 Floyd Crosby. O. B Culver Russell : I Xth until further order ot t the '.
301 once the iage during Bland ;.,: by four nominating committees I Redding Allen Starling (? ; district, vpeaKs I

a.m. In Seashole Funeral Chapel Days burned to the ground one from each area. appointed by Clarice Hulchinson. Fernia Moody Rodman Underhill. jruT3' here Satunlay.Kop. which is so to say. the p. : ,

Jacksonville. Rev. Albert C. Holt ing the present county committee Tullie Norman Marcus Reddish j Area No. 2 Marcus Conner : Bennett is continuing a for these, which total MM- I

will officiate, and interment wil! early Tuesday causing an estimated !I composed of E. L. Kelly. Chair | Felix Sapp, J. R White, A. B. Floyd Crosby. Fernia :Moody: Felix tour lie began ..1'\ I'ral! weeks ago/ years will be withheld

be in Evergreen Cemetery. $6,500 damage according! Whitehead j \ I Perkins ever gets out man: I... L. Dyal. Vice-Chairman: j Sapp' expressing his gratitude for I.
,trs. Herlong. a former residentof to Starke Fire Department ChiefD. v $ and the court decides t to -,
and Leon Conner. Regular Member Area No. 3 N J Davis Area No 3 l. R. AndrewsN Area Xo.oj .r\1: E-lwaids. serting the area, an.l he will con 'K
Jacksonville died Monday iran W. Carpenter. Curtis Dukes L. L. Ernest fer with an one who the sentence
II' i Dyal. J. Davis, H W. ma wish tc
I \amilton J. WKeJiy. Alb*-M (C Jnfns; I c'vti.' lie >. \' A ) The three
Asheville, N. C. hospital. She 4 The fire was discovered by a Nominees whose names will ap Edwards. Roy Green. E L. Kelly.James .' present! some problem at the l cases are ,1 i. "

and Dr. Herlong had been vaca-H. : -- --- ... --J. 'R MrRae tarloiis locations.IIi tion with breaking ami et'" ."I",
.. truck driver 'when the ; -
at their irJ J I' nassing .. II E Priest's home ,
tloning summer place I it!ultra An' ;; 1 II
\Vaynesville.Mrs. vooden frame building was completely Marines Will Not _$ ':ltllrda,., ry III the (-ominty Aug 2S. and the I.iut.$ "
I enveloped in flames and by First Preview Of 1952 BHS Tornadoes Sept. 13. is:

Herlong was born ir 'he time the SFD was called out. 'Go Into Blanding I Lantc39.tifl a.m. May 19 1952.

Columbia County and lived In Starke! 10:15
'ill firemen could do was to keep am.

Jacksonville until 1947 when she it from spreading to the owner's Offered Tonight with Intra-Squad Game The I' S. Army will not allow Ham| tou 10: I." a.m.

moved to Starke. She waa a member residence. the Marine Corps to take over the Hrooker 11:13 a.m. Captured

of the First Presbyterian ...... ...- -- nartialh

Church of Jacksonville and the Chief Carpenter said the nearest The curtain will rise tonight BlandingA ,: rehabilitated Camp Little Calvin Carter Will%

Starke Woman's Club. She was hydrant was 2.000 ft. away and ." Be In Raiford
(Friday) on the Biadfoid Co ordmg to Truman Felt
active in the Order of the Eastern' his total hose length is only 2.200ft. High School football stage tnt *h< his weekly Washington column foi in Services Held Sept. 1 1I

Star. i ., so only one spray was put or. first dress rehearsal of the Ifio2' 'hi Florida Times-Pnion. "Word
.MVesirle I Soon
Besides her husband. Dr. M. B the fil e. Tornado grid team in the lo,a! Frnii$ Washington." that's the I.., ,'. .'|JI ov Carter set, 'infant vu'es for C.ihn I Says Warden

Herlong. retired physician ami The alarm was turned n at 12:30i stadIUm. Kickoff in the lot I a- _w__ latest t t lepoit. .j I.jJrJ'l'. Morn-i Carter son oi Mii I

former Jacksonville health commissioner squad game is at 8pm and un The Florida >h" of Heil(
m. and firemen returned at.4lc; $ congiesiona| del$ \* tTh. "im Rpnngs Leiili.tpl i'Bld !Mi .' ,
were held
she is survived by a public is invited to the 1.700 tree L d ilinn( $ was advised S'1t.| 1
j Sept 6 the 1" ,
a.m. azfl ant Rev. Sam L WatsonMMnr notO\"lOllif ii t'-t*.t tti.r AI, '. I tI JU'Ia
son John M. Wiggins of Jacksonville seats. ,t.ai.j1 AMI.V, is "adamant" ,
Both trucks plus three firemen on holding Ke\stone! Heights. after hat lug ) t of the Heilbronn Baptist I v" I II..I! l ("l'al\f' I ''In' .
: two sisters. Mrs. Castor.Drake Coach James Hobbs' eleven ha- I ih. bit
; reservation
mil three volunteers tuined out : : -.v for its!' own use a .series of hnrjjlaries: lnre and Mrs. Jane Thompson ] been four weeks ,. 'ri1lh !
through ot I IS P.
to fight the blaze from spreading Whitehair un-Jer its first !polii official reeentlv pi$ rents the infant is survived bvon Staike on its figui.itiv.finallv I "
both of Miami: and three tice. and tonight's action will be "" < 'tayof the .
brothL Nav\'. who hat I lie brother. .' back .
L to adjacent homes.Mrs. i is \\illi.ini .1. Dermixh Morris Carter Jr I behind bar: i
John Robinson. .
first the East ronfei'ed
ers the time Florida with his home
Claude and Paul Robinson of t Catherine Madeline Kuhn i is state's'Ielegatlofl former Op.i-I.ocka; major and Interment was' in the fanuh' The clever escape arti',I

,''r.fr of the structure Conference boys will knock head .J 4; on plans for the Marine [Milice ('hi-f. Officer Dermoilv plot in Pioshv Lake Cemeteiv the FBI's 10 most-want' I
Jacksonville. division
under actual game conditionsThe conferred wi.h Army lives on Lake (;('nt'a.. ntulpr the duertion, of DeWitt t f"T inals. was arraigned in I' '
BHS mentor said tht I'" {.ai'll, lloblis. .lffll'lals hut could gain no |''.nes t
left aOl'.i..tant support 'i-i i i il I ilirei tor Tuewlav as a fugitiv.Raifoid ". "
teams for the game will he equalK \..' ( oach for Sill h a transfer ,
Harold I I Ha/el! I prison. Hev '

Starke First Baptist Pastorium Going balanced. In order to pro.rolc : \\enI| go n\rr plans fur tonight'* The Army it was pointed out FHP Reports One in Heaver Falls Pa.. \vh-t .i '

grime condition.. the scnmmagt i intra-s iiatl I spending some five million dol National been
<| scrimmage of the Traffic Accident Guard \\orkjng as a jaiut$ < ,
will be handled by authoiized o; I )HIK; Tornado football team. lars in reconditioning the Woil4 I two "It-"I 1lnt lesident-
Up To Be Ready By Thanksgiving finals' and playing time will\ he, I II II I War II base improving utilities Floridi State I Hi -hw av Patn.l! him from,, FBI poster: .4 tporitti
the usual 48-minute hoo1'! Bowers of and
high si I a pair sophomore building a railroad Calls
spur. sr man Q. A. Fillmgim reported onlv For 8Volunteers then m.i'ch', to I th.< j I"; .
limit. I Quartei backing the squads tonight that it could be available immed one accident Zahits!, \ I I.' '
during the last I
Workmen are nearly a third of struction site. It will be torn down) During the week. Hobbs and Assistant :: will be Tom McClane 149 iately in the event eek .
I a majort'mergenC'Y. A car driven bv' Robert L burgh:: lail ';1'1"1 : ',1 t 17 i 1thf' 1\
the way through constructing the u-hen the minister moves into the Coach Harold HaZt.'lwoOl'ha'e pound junior; Tom Slade. 135-: I See The "
Telegraph Schneider. 33. of Sarasota. clippedthe arn $il If l.tficii j.:
Starke First Baptist: Church new home. concentrated on their passing pound junior: and Sidney Jack Aug. 21 for full detail-t I.I. I.-.
rear end of
a driven
Pastorium at 336 N. Walnut The pastorium is scheduled tc : lunning the boys thiough offensive j son. 160-pound letterman. a sopho. As the Third Marine Aviation Charles car h\ .
I J. Adams as it turne. K 'I.superinten.eii ip- "F"itr.! '
St.. according to Rev. L. D. Halnea. ht> a two-story red brick colonial and defensive elements : more I Wing is now based at .
OpaLockanear left Tin ,
off of -t.mrk' |
Highway ?01 into the :National; Guard .j th' 'J -
of the church. 'esign' home. There will be more with five left halfbacks doing th<- I Expected to handle kicking-off I I Miami unit I
pastor establishment of the rol:1 Rancho Motel Sunday h::ts mh, eight vacancies \Wednes.a\| :,' 1..luhk.\ ,
The new structure will house than 60.000 bricks used in its con- pitching from the Notre Dame box :I chores will be Jackson. who got Third :Marine: Division at Camp S 45. causing about $200 night damageto at n" initiative unit officer, and ad brought bal k to Florid < "

his family when struction. Approximate cost of the ball various end off boots this A. L
Rev. Haines and Tossing the some good week Blanding would have enabled the
both Crosby serving out
cars Fillingim said. urged life t to.-
completed. The Baptist minister structure i is $ OOOO.. Rev. Haine" were: Ed Teston, Ed Prevatt. 1G.V; : Punting will be shared by Delanc two units: to be trained (' young men of fhcoiinty
I I in air- Adan-s daughter. Allene! 13received to sign up to make authorities in the nor. ,
it would be ready: aiil. i senior Glenn tshoityi Nor Thomas and Ed Prevatt Thomasa thr
said he "hoped pound : I i ground !support' maneuvers withlittle local! unit have .
a bump on the head but 100 per cent new rtiarges ag: <
to move in by Thanksgiving." The building will have eight man. 130-pound standing r> ft six foot. ISS-pound senior did I difficultv it was pointed!I ilnl, nut require me'inal attention The Guard's quota is 10 officers If they do havr ; itr:!,

The footings for the building room: four bedioonn. a pastorS 5 in. : D. Wavne Elder and Pat most of the kicking lat ..eason. nut
1 tlv pa'rolinan ('ol1 were poured last March but actual :-tuJ '. living room dining room .
td men and at present there home st.t.Ut.' po! 'I

construction did not begin until 'ml kitchen. '1 re 76 enlisted m ti. Lake inal) will :- I. ,, .usla .
July 29. when the Ben Hall In general. it will follow the 1 A Witness To An Execution IMPACT Citv'runit .
Construction Co.. low bidders on architecture of the First Baptist!' : OF DEATH I I is the only group in the state then eon"' t t' f f'" "
Crosby said that has been able i: where he I IM; t Hfir i '
their Church. that it will have
moving in except
the began
job I to have 100 per cent strength | Zalutskv ivl, I '. son '
materials.At added to it a colonial front porch. The ruriosity o f a ne\\spa'lwr'| baptized Story while he \\ "s ir silent ,
answered! him Any man between the age of r tThe Gr
present the Haines family Members of the congiegatior man is never ending, alwaj* nosing! jail theie. R P. McLendon. a prison -' Whether these look> were 01!' One of the churchmen read and 35 j in eligible to join. How 111 I 4! tabular bf-.m i tl-.

Is residing in a white two-story who were on the Baptist Building; around for more information tc official. had us register andhen contempt for the witnesses or of', selection from the Holy Bible. and a ever. 17 year olds must have their 'near here )It" '. U).., '
t with witness
a lady leading
wooden frame building at the Committee anF: B. Beard. H aiM to his e\p;>> 'riemes hI order the group. we passed through twc a grim reminder of what happens afterward the Lord's Prayer parent* permission. ago. Once on'i i > [p' '
when a man disobeys the law trthe The Young men who join the Guard they dashed t .
h'n.II. '
address in front of the con !I. P.rownW. and I. A. Canovi: that some da>'. those experience* !! steel-bar gates and entered the man asked for a few words' a? i "
same highest extent you could not attendants finished before they are 18 1-2 will b. deferred J Kucera.' .' '. *,f t Ii"
j ntaj help him write a letter Mon yard of the prison. discover in strapping him : .
State Amendment i( their eyes. to the chair. from selective service dentist taking her <';ai ,

County EnrollmentUp and present it to the rf'atJor'tith'' The quietly walking assemblageof But the procession did signa' He Crosby added. ing her to accompanv t ,

Proposals ExplainedAt a better understanding. people examined the ground* one thing. Something all the prison go back said to his that h wa.s happy tr The unit meets 48 w. eks of the hostage. A wild rh1" ,

Luncheon It wa;? with this intei. I volunteered -t and I buildings around them. It knew. That a man was to be with sincere eternitv, and talket' year on each Monday night in the brought to a smash du": I ,

BUS Leads Rotary to be an official state witness I l looked like a college campus. electrocuted by the state. and the of God and his reverance future of his love Armory. with three weekend the escape car was ditr n'" I

TVo of the proposed oonstitu'lonal ; to capital punishment. the But as w'e kept walking a feeling witness procession was the catalyst Then they lowered the life. !spent' at Camp Blanding, and twr outskirts of Starke '! .

i of hundreds of pairs of eye for all to think hood or week summer training at some prisoners .
eXt'cutiononday: morning ofGeorge about it. escaped to p-
white school! amendments to t>\"Ited or' : him tightened the metal '
Bradford County focusing:; on the and following -
group The 15-member I official army camp. leaving JJrs. '
attendance dropped in the smaller .n November were discussed at the ,. \V Story, a white middlej j i it with cold stares with group enteredthe to his head. And waited. Kucera m (I
was After the authorized <
outlying schools this >ear. butBllS' l'taf"Iub Wednesday H. P !, aged; man. at the State Prison at I}, us. ': walled-m death house court 1 What seemed hours to all concerned Table o condition but unharmeii' \
yard. My stomach turned slight Organization has been filled. the was spotted by a sear. -
of 124 students for a Morgan superintendent of public ,,,, R iford. a few seconds later .
gain As we moved the side. I ly. For life a unit will not be able to enlist and ,
record boosted the over-alt >truction. explained amendmentNo. Story: was charged with the along I a was about to be masked man in a hood any plane recaptured i ir It

new total over last year's record which would assist school pistol slaying of Mr- and [rs'l walk leading to the death house i I taken away.Entering to pull the switch was ristricted applicant until a member of the ,. field southwest of Sf. i iZalutsky .

county ;i in current building programs i i Thomas St. John in a Jacksonville i all activity in the prison came tc1 I the white building of A untt is discharged I made a clean g-' ,

by 65; students.1.516 Sept. 2. a A. J. Thomas, clerk of the court j iice: cream parlor. :Mrs.: Thomas a standstill. as if the life there rectangular shape at the far end. noticeable.sudden slight start hardly Recent promotions in the: Hq. & I IIq. Zalutsky, who has ,'J'
BHS registered frozen was in the man in the f ("0., 2nd Bn. 121th
was i in its filed into Infantry
place by we collapsible chairs in
from the previous discussed amendment. 3 which :Who was Story's ex-wife was a urI' chair. The ; from prison writt n
121:: increase
appearance. I a room about the size of an average current was on for a are: Cpl. William V. Priest tr
;, vvoul.1 permit counties to obtain waitress in th* tabhshment. minute : lengthy criminal ret I'll!
\ enrollment.
first Relaxed.
day schools reporting "barters. Mr Thorxa stated that I Story was tried and convicted :Men lugging tools stopped leaned living room. The chairs faced Relaxed. Then no again Sergeant and Pfc. Connie M I involved in gun bats "'. .'
Other white
county I After four minutes ir Clark '
enrollment if counties w(.* allowed t change: i only for the murder of St. John. against them for support nc1eyed the electric chair which was staring the Corporal. !in three states, t kid'! '*
in with their new chair he
was pronounced dead! Three member of the unit
l havf I
their governmental set-upa it Uilth intense stares. us in the face. lone murder (a J.1 figures are compared. with a taxi driver. Gov. Fuller Warren -' by the prison physician at 8:16pm : mde application to attendy..
list .t'3r's would result in much needless con Others sleeping and milling about i, The condemned a man of about 1937 the crime '' br,'" .
totals signed the death warrant Sept l ice schools in .
communication ,
their : I ,
areas were life sent '
puiet. with attention $5 "
fusion. 50 of ll I.jhis I
years led
They an: 1931 m3: age. was into the
:2 after being advised! by Att:; i on us. without a word room with the The witnesses filed out of the !leadership' training. :roll robbery and .. .. IZl'f,
Heilbronn 109 102: I!I IIOSI'IT.LInll :i'IO *; Jt J Gen. Richard W. Erwin that al! spoken. j chaplain and otherofrlcials building and peering in from a !I !? !'t. Billy D. Dansby expects<< tr : of armed robbery.
Hampton 109 He was placed into the
12S ;
,t Admitted to Doctor Clinic appeals had been completed side window were some 25 other I return from radio repair /'hoo1 I i I
With hundreds of men about us ;, chair, and as if about I
Brooker. ISO happy the
203 i inmates, who i 20.Many .
Hospital during the past week Meeting outside the main gateof were al3 witnetsc Sept.
Lawtey the entire prison was so silent the Recent Births
prospect of death, he waved teseveral
330 343; ; were: Mrs. .Ro'a Bell Tomlinson the prison with several other old cliche of in an unofficial senile, as they had. of the cadets attending
j hearing a pin dro; of his church friendj an'old
-- --"-- i and Mrs. Morris Carter both o' persons mostly members of aJacksonville as crowded up to look at the elec'ltrocation. : 1 Lhe University of Florida irSaineaville
Total, applied here as fact. -The procession I man on his deathbed. He said Mr. and Mrs Irvin s t- ,
77.3 716 Starke and Mrs Morean Rankin church group ho had <: this fall will drill with
I was quiet. and the men were ,good morning. a.M tha ..witnesses It was all of Brookei announce tiic b '
Daytona' Beach over I t the:
University 'ItIInit, Co G a s' n rn Seot n! D" '.> '

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\\ m-trument purporting toi h\\n! Districts, vies: t 1'1.lttal In j II .
Chancery. .
BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS Itilll'ft ff >!> dim it.
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Xi I Pearl K bugger Plaintiff. toJohn .. .
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\ nt habeen admitted to 1 i i I K: Ihmg.T, I'I ?fmdiiitOnlfr .
COUNTY ECITORTELEGRAPH r ttuocourt.. You arenuuandrd In Testimony Wii.---* I have ( ,- .\ tin'
within MX ('ai-I hereunto ,-- i -...ej ., I'ubIlrall.e .
nd \.n.e
Mi* from the date I.
tile; liirdt .<*-.ii .,, ;Ind.n..n ra]1..1' ..tppeneS
PUBLISHER .it ion of this notice ..to I'l.t. .>! r.ti'.l.l"! !: .. tI.1 I, Ml't t--.I' .. . .
qwKi this court andh. I Ii'iv "'"ITl'M I STMy 1
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you tan. why th>- 'II .. \ tT or.
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M I 1.- court admitting
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Subscription Rates: Established In 1879 .\du.rti..inRatt's: ,, 'I". \. ,
i'N li.itrhuu 1<1 n. [ M.uni '
TelegraphEverti"ne ., I IJ
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$2.75 Year $1. seen. *.i' ha\e at: : K Ferryman. "',.'.IIM'V j :.,|_. In Uroult lour), l.raiirortl ..un.,., Nrfll'' .
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MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION opinion about the proposed Jackontille I I I :\1I1"ln- : '- -'--" '- .--- .' .-- _', -n .- _. '-. -'_ --:-.-::! : -'= : : ,::
to Miami toll road. Thin
I Notice To Whom It :M.iv i I't. ,
is mine: I This Is to certify that alls -
may have eIalm.lgarn'-t tli-, --. -
Politics Poorer
'Roll-Back' Poor
: -- Foreign PolicyIt I believe that such a road would |tate of Mrs Uamir tnffi; .nr \II- \ '''''''''''-

definitely be detrimental to all the ,Enoch Griffis, deeeasnl ..f I-aw. \ ,
| Florida are to file thnr lain.th .- 1"1
must have been something of shock Should this infant organization l lit' faced
a rest of Florida. Tourists would | .- County Judge of I'.i.nr.: : !
for many readers of a certain staid morning with the stresses and strains of a tug of war get on that road at Jacksonvilleand County, Florida und., i '"..t h ..\ "I-,. t
i in fight calendar in. n'I-/ f.iI "
newspaper to turn to its editorial page of between an t'.t'ntualnwri'an roll-back not stop till they reach Miami I I I first publication of thiM i 1 1MM

September 4 and find "Florida's most con- policy and the present containment policy, The millions of dollars that have l lof the linitatii claim will I..- loa, t ,d[ 1l I l\. -' 1e

servative" indulging in a bit of sabre- which i is as far a. Europe feels capable of been invested by thousands of I This Sept. );:!th 1 I"''.-'

rattling seldom, if ever, equalled in the pub- goin: it i is felt it would be unable to sur- tourist court owners restaurant 1 Signed l K.:MrJ.A fillt: --! ..- M I U

lic press. \1v('." keepers gift store operators anc1, 1'..arl i; II. ,

This fantastic of tall talk other businesses that cater to the as AdiKin.-M, .i' .
piece was an
l I i' : I I'
The Europeans remember that when Gen- I tourist trade. located anywhere -- TaQurmfity
obvious the of this
attempt on part : news-
eral Eisenhower commander except on the turnpike, would be MIIU i: of ii.r.: : IION ..
was supreme
paper to endorse and justify General Eisenhower' IIr Il hni."n. 'I lull I, II. \. C.ItY..
there he like other civil and military of- jeopardized. Tourists would not ..
eeretary: of the Slaw nf Plnrlilaherein /
to the American Legion in / // ,
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get to know other of oJn n\\f\ notice thnt aC1IItII. -
ficials of NATO put emphasis on the At- any parts .the I -
New York in which he advocated a roll-back : : Ii1.f: :("1'11111111 '
lantic Pact's defensive character. Hut now state and thus form the opinior lir held In llrndfonl ( uiintt.uf Rights Reserved
I oA ""l'tI'l'> dood Thru Sal
for Communism.In .. sep
policy "CIICr I'lorlil.-i
that n Tuesdair nest
Florida is only for the weal
been converted : !
he has .
they fear that per- l .ut".lIn e the first Monday In N..-
support of the Eisenhower dKtrine tltionscrvatiyn" ; haps by John Foster Dulles, to some other I thy. The East Coast is known ar j i '..'u..r. \.l.. 111:0:. Ihr i ulil '1.u.-'srint Low Prices
the Gold Cna-t.:; This could conceivably hrina the
"(- newspaper says: "There H "more electorally satisfying" policy than the"containment" : Pot it-i'ii nvv or M>\ iMiir.n: : 152 Call Street

nothing strange or new in the fact that Eisenhower adopted by the present Ad- keep many from ever I II For Prp-nlt-nt. 'of th.I! ..I'ii't.-l t .I -' .Everyday -
thinking of settling in Florida, ir For1<'1' Pre-ld. .f tl"'; I I'i il'
"should l lean toward a program/ that ministration. The end of such a dangerously i I my'opmlOn.. For State-t'nited. Statenii .t C' ".. Specials Too Slarke Florida

railfor aegrrssheness. .\, a military man, unexplored policy, they feel, can only be State f.f Florida, I"i" 'I i\ \ i ,
I A. AlbrechtRt.
he has been brought up in a school whith from Jan. 6, 1S51.!
1, Box 100 For Representative of tin' nth I" "n-
whes that it is folly to !sit hark and wait war.Dulles, when he realized what a storm of gressional Distrii t of the :r t'.. -- -
Fla. .
for the enemy to make the first mo\e. Aggressi protest, both at home and abroad, had been of Florida, in Ih. iiKh'j!
-- Congress lit the I'liit.-il I I Stitt. Emulsorized
>enrsi> demands that the initiative Ix stirred up by the Eisenhower speech, quickly Dear Editor: For Three (:S> Jn-t1.-S ..r ,th- .- Vegetable

h1-iced from an opponent, for he Mho has this tried to backwater by saying the General and I Florida.preme Court of the M.r- if Can
This is the way I look at the i Shortening
advantage has the enemy under a handicap." he intended to "roll back" Communism by I present Presidential campaign: I II For da.Governor of the Si t.it.-' ,f 1 I' ,- S PRY 1Lb 79C

peaceful means-a statement so naive as to You see a rabbit across the For Secretary of !State .of ti... ,v
All of which is true-in waging
quite a I of Florida.
be downright silly. This, of course, left our I field. The rabbit is the "Presi- I For Attorney n"fl'r.11;
But must confess that and
war. we we,
attack-minded daily newspaper friend strictly dency". You see two hound dog For Comptroller. -
several millions of other Americans, as wellas For State TreasurerFor
out on the end of an extremely brittle chasing the rabbit. One dog ir I Superintendent nf I'M',', '. iIstrution. i -
our allies in Western Europe, were not Maxwell House No Rinse
limb, holding an empty bag labelled "aggres- named Republican Party the other I '. ,
Commissioner of '
aware that war with Russia is desirable or For \K < I'
sion" 'is Democratic Party. You see a Mh .Imln' i
For State Attorney .I i !1-
even inevitablenow, or in the future. I man you recognize as:; Mr. Big I ..uit of the State ....f !FI"lld. (
But listen to this (same editorial refer- So far as we can determine, the Jacksonille Business. You ask him which dog Fur Commissioner Kailroad and of I'ul'l th-. '. S'I I'v..f" COFFEELbCon SURFLge

ring to the Administration's present foreignand \ morning daily enjoys "splendid isolation' does he think will catch the rabbit I Florida. .

military policy) : "Both have been built in its espousal of the new Dullesinspiredpolicy Mr.: Big Business says it makes nc I For lal State District Senator of th.fist. MI'1 1-1 ;i'-r-

around of defense rather than roll-hack. liven the erudite Walter Ida.
a philosophy of difference because both dogs belong i ,,. .
For 1 Member of the II ",- !: ,i'-
attack, whereas they should be designed to Lippmannlio is for the General in this to him. I II rev..ntatives of the St II. '.1 I f' .,i- Box

give the U. S. the initiative in combating campaign, refers to the Legion !op..dl| as"Eisenhower's I j Lawrence WigginrI I Ii For ida.County Judge 2 $1.55 271f2C

Communism." And : "This error in think- inisad\entiire about liberation, I Brookcr Florida For Sheriff. ,

ing has shown up in our conduct of the whi-h lie has been tidying up eter since". P. S. I am a Democrat and For For Clerk
Korean war as well as in our performanceon Lippmann), further that the EisenhowerDulles j hope that we have a Democratic For Tax Collector.For ""' -
Superint-) 'P '
the cold war front." And finally : "We proposals were in his. opinion .i i, President. lie Instruction Donald DuckORANGE

must go on the offsensive, seize the initia- "!'>I'rillu"I'rtln and dangerously mislead ( For Supervisor of 1 K.: g ,I-M I r
I For tive, and become more mindful of the fact ing." There is, says IJppmann "no partisanadvantage In 'I I IIP fount> Jnilcr ('..nrl In i :3 Members 1'''.u d I \ Oz

that we invite war more with timidity than to l lit' had out of exploiting; the 1 1 Anil rii>riit."'..r In HriiiUnril I'rohnfr ('" "ut", Fol I'"mmisJi"nrr. ', M.-lliliet-, -.f II. I I' \ I JUICE 46 171f2CDonald

with aggressiveness" situation us (;('n. Eisenhower: and :\1 r. I Dulles '' iv: ,::1Th:: I i-i: I ..1. t i-\;I r t' '1.ud! I of. 1'nl.l',, ''n-'.
.. '
I i'-: I, I K'.t' | M-I. .I Mi- !I'" i i
I Chun.: '! '"I"
Since the newspaper that voiced these sentiments let themsehes l lit' tempted into doing". j I t'lnnl.l i 'ill I i .d4lI14I I th." I.,.1': '.v "' -: I 1 I'
seldom says anything directly whenit Continues Lippmann: "If our friends in i : in I'UUII1'1 r.T.I \ ,,'
.1 1 1'1 'I 1'1.I
Ml "I' i 'n' I I' i
can get the same idea over by indirection, the totalitarian states are to bo supportedand I i-t.n.: : :- > .'i, i I'', .. "I.' Ii i ii DuckSALAD
the reader may have to scan these editorial helped, the one thing not to do i is to ad-! i i Y".I. .1- i! .I' .1 1 M.! .1 I' ,

, expressions several times to get their full \ertise. our help, -!since it is the fashionto !1 Pint

import. A careful reading and re-reading, talk of Miliiies| i as if it were pugilism-to DRESSING 19C 1

however, can cause pne only to gasp: at the telegraph our punches

implications and to wonder if the writer "In any event, Gen. Eisenhower: and )Ir. I -

stopped to realize the full significance of Dulles must. know that against a totalitarian
Distinctive Flavor and Aroma
his words. goeminent mere propaganda I plus cloaks and

The truth is that the Council of the North daggers is no haymaker," says Walter Lipp- SUPERIOR

Atlantic Treaty Organization was extremely mann. Lb
upset over the Eisenhower speech which they in every sense of fine and uprightmodern ASTOR S COFFEE F 19

considered to some extent as "staining" the Now if you ask us whether we think that : serving and unusual carefulness -

Atlantic Pact and furnishing Russian propagandists the newspaper in question actually desires : \ in guarding against needless ex-

with further: chances to claim that the United States to go on the offensive I pense. BALLARD'S Plain or Self-Rising

the pact's real objectives are aggressive, against Russia, thereby inviting all-out war, ,

rather than defensive. And indeed, that we will tell you no. Then the question \I Lbs

seems to be exactly what our daily news- naturally arises why should such thingsbe : FLOUR 5L47C 10 89CI

paper contemporary is advocating.One said DeWITT C. JONESPhone

Paris correspondent reports that It just goes to show what blunders can be 1 Starke Fla.

NATO circles feel that Russia has so far committed in the name of politics when a I

refrained from using German rearmamentas newspaper, magazine, or individual attemptsto I ,,- I Fresh Ripe ElbertaPEACHES

a pretext for aggression, as some fearedit become an apologist for and an endorserof

might do, but that the Eisenhower! speech anything and everything said by a candi- Funeral Director Ambulance Service | E S 4 Lbs 39C

could contribute to a revision of Russian date for public office-good, bad or indifferent. I Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences anA jt j

views or give additional pretext for a policy Playing politics with foreign policy t i services not otherwise available.We :I

change with grave consequences for NATOas ranks in our opinion, with Russian Rouletteas I .

a whole and its individual members. l being) a very dangerous game. We recom- 1 I :
mend that such abortive attempts to sway furnish the highest type service at lowest pncea. and Fresh Crisp Green Top U. S. No. 1POTATOES

Finally, it Is 1 pointed out, "N.TO itself i is the public passion be laid on the shelf before I j accept ANT life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY :I II

not so strong! as to he able l to withstand too some irresponsible swivel-chair strategist company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral I:I

many interior shocks and dissensions. *" 1! Consultation carries no obligation.
that can't he
starts something stopped. ., CARROTSBCJS
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT apartments.Mr.: Reader and her mother from Jacksonville I II I 1

and Mrs. C. L. Sipe have Miss Joan Owens of Daytona 1

Keystone Heights returned from a summer in Pennsylvania. Beach and Candido Ayller 1'14$

!! ,, of New York. I ( (/lAMP/ON / Lbs
AfLS / 1 19C 1 10 69C

Ky Mrs. Sara McIonaldAAAALAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA' Mr I and Mrs Ray Lawerence! Mr andll"s.: J. Habersiior- : N. M SPARK '
have also returned from Penn1sylvama. have gone to Pennsylvania for a I .
BATtERIES ; 0.. ,
month. their I ;i 'I.trt
I absence Mr I 'e :_- YOtr \ 'I!II"nllen OnI .
Miss Madeline Kennedy. datigh- 1 1tllr ; Four of our young people.nm' and Mrs. Watson of Pittsbuij-! i, M.do *.* .errs Sold elate 0 lib a "rlt! u I d'Cl. Vance Linda Walker I IUushton. are occupying their home. e long rte. honored pli" .Ca, ,,'".
Marilyn | t\rrfJ Sealdsweet FrozenORANGE
of Mr and Mrs S E. Kenneds. ; ; .. \\tfr"nt' ,,,, I t, .
.000 "
Citizens of Keystone rr I' t hrtk
and Rt'ttvJenzt.'n left arc urged! | k b .t Aiuu. .
was graduated: from the P.i\.ersi.k. b' .ro' .oast ,o '
I I this week for Andrews College ir !} to keep their doors locked at j o.Atlacoast.. dealers from Cns
School of Nursing on Friday. Sept Ii i I Cuthbert. Ga. II | night. It seems we have anothei JUICE J I 10 99c
6. at 3 p.m. in the l Riverside 1're-
I Frank Walrath has retuinei? prowler. Our new officer us working j
byterian Church in Jacksonville
from the Camp-of-the-Woods ir | on the ca e. |! 4$
Miss Kennedy who was one\ of tie FAN
I Adirondacks.. He will leave llrs. Detxveiler announce, tha' %
three highest in her class delivered [ I Bll 9 Agen Sliced, Sweetened, FrozenSTRAWBERRIES
the Senior Farewell Address later for Emory College.Young \ die Circle of the Commumtv |i >\\BHliy! >:: rs o
Church Women will hold their! : t ,
K Ie Mi'Murtrr is reported
and also the ) i nnl
was recipientof Cns
after his ; first meeting at her home The fOr I./flg I tIle
much :
one of the two awards given 11/ tr) S I E S 4 99cI
Day circle will meet at 3 '1 /J1r} I.
for general excellence. The aware1earned !: Faye Maxwell, granddaughter of pm or.Monday. i. /11: Irer /
of ."0 Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Sargent ha I: Sept. IS and the Nightingales .
with it a prize $ > '
gone to Warm Springs. Ga. for will\ meet at 7:30: p.m. or' I,
Miss! Kennedy will stay on at
observation. Thursday. Sept. :_!1. :Mrs: Walker i:* iI

Riverside The new Hospital cashier of:IN the a nur-e.Keystone eye operation in Jacksonville.Bill 1 chairman of the Day circle and! U. S. Grade, Good Baby BeefS

UanK. Mr Hardenbergh. and \\\? McCrary left last! week for Mrs Kedfern of the Xightuigale- 1111"11yoU
wife are now in Keystone and arc Santinge. Chili. During his visit All women of the Community. 'sing S TEA E Club or Sirloin Lb 69CGuaranteed
staying temporanlv the Geneva home ho had as guests Miss Kay are invited to attend these

-- - ------------ ,. meetings and -join one of-- the crrIles. Tender
/. JtM/N ..1 carefree -
Next Sunday. Sept. H. the need U. S. Grade, Good Baby Beef

c\From: where I sit... / r( Joe Marsh 1 i Pulpit of the .CommuniU.
Church will be filled by Rev. C. S I Lb

regular RiJenour pastor.in the Rev.absence Ridenour of the'in R 0 UNO STEAK S Guaranteed Tender 79C

:Narrow Town- an Episcopal minister, formerly of .

Washington. D. C but now residing '' U. S. Grade, Good Baby Beef

Broad Outlook in Keystone and assisting BEAUTIFUL I

in the wo.rk! of the Episcopal! B RIGHT I LbGuaranteed

The wife's cousin Ben and Belle into Blamed if the engineer didn'this Church in Melrose. EATCOVERS .'! J CHUCK ROAST S 1\7C\

bride are back from honeystop the train and wait, too!" i Dr and Mrs Holl will be ab Tender

: sent (r. a brief visit to Lak III ,' 1.
Ro"ckies.Took them sit it's poodilluotratUn :: -
mooning in the From where I a 1, and p ..
Tampa. -
to dinner last night at the Garden of bow people can .',,> ,l

Tatern. Ben told about the trip: learn to "think of the other fel I. !01'1(1 ori.n" asJ fiber Land O'Sunshine Pure Crm Gr A" Dressed Drawn,
"Went through a town in Idaho low" so that the community bene- Xoti.-H i< hereby given that: ii an execution i--Mie Apr.l :.'. i".C r.,1 "nety of silt
\ wide Small
: Froz
that was enl) 10* feet wide. No fits. Railroaders and townspeople, .lit of the C'lt'uit Court itf" R'....l- to a color patty V Quick StewingKENS
into long, narrow and Republicans, routnjFlorida in Mv-.r ..f Fir .In :y; ti beautiful f
kidding! Built a \ Democrats Rank! at Siark. \ bankmsp.rt.: aR. I
canyon. And it shares those 100 malted milk fanciers and thole ,.ir. and against \V E DaOlnri"dvidually :' BUTTER

feet with a railroad track that who prefer a temperate glass of !.- "al.-.: I and!have trading 1.\;..,1 as U1 n.nvlncAnt. >-.n ai.Juill

runs right through the hotel! beer-we all hu esto share the yell|j at public ..ut i\ t.. the .? .TANDARDOIL
hl ;h.'>t and best bidder for cash,
"To pet gas there we had t* same space. Let's maintain our .it the South front dour of the /
Suddenly! neighbor's "right of r ay." I'.ninty Courthouse' in Starkf. Fl.>r.da. .-
park riuitt on the tracU. on 0.-tnter 6tb. IU. during the in ctns in qtrs Lb 70C Lb Avg Lb
Belle screams-'there's a train 17 1 l'>S al hours of sal, the following 2Y2 4SCj
fellow just f U/t. .10''l'iht'.1 motor vhlli, to-wit:
coming! But *e gas One IJ51: Ii-tln Ford Pickup Thomas Truck Terminal)
laughs and says we were there Truck 15 iJ.I Motor: Number FIU-1NU- !


(,,"PJ ris t,19j:!,r'lIud State Brewer FounJuionr I. Sheriff Florida.,>f nradf.rd Ci- mtv, ON I. S. 301 '" _.- -- -. .
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stration Agent. with a chicken barbecue at their 1. your answer or pleading 'I <-.. No JS3S tine r-eVs in the Bradford County ;i Court and cause and you a
'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I n.mplait t on the : .,
The next meeting is scheduledfor home Saturday night.Mr. I j i Attine\'. N.al D : ; : ,' .'.* n "i- i Telegraph Dated th- 2,' day d August: It2OFFICIAL :! 'I quired sorer or to pleading serve a copy to the of run yu i-p't ton : ,
Thursday, Sept 18, at the and Mrs. James P. Crosby 1 lrt: l.aw K\i, hange i K' .' Birch I ( SEAL) A J. ThomasClerk the Plaint if!'.* Attorn. \
I J.i k- iii\ilir .
;I < < Florida I; ?.'> !I of the Circuit Court Frank Landrum. Star!.... Flu ,,! ,
Center. All j interested person! and son, Phil, of Gainesville, were : I II nnd file the original In the that a T'M.iinn 1. t'rlal.y, I''l.uty ftkS ] ,file the original in the offueiChrk
I' are invited to attend. I visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs I I !I the Clerk of the Circuit been named filed 2: 4t ? 12OT1C1 ', of the Circn". <.' nn,.
before the 'f"n'
Grace G. Bigham 'I for the !: .1 1 ii '
Personally)) Speaking 1 Eugene Crosby Sunday. 21:! otherwise the allegations your an- In CtrrnM Court H mil ford Ceoity mplaint .,
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADemonstration "Mr. and :Mrs. Louie Weidmei| Visiting at the home of Mr. and Complaint will be taken as complaint. Flo this: In rhnnrerjr.Frlw.tiii (weed by ) i.u '
II I I Roberson the ed by j..u, !'rn l' T Mrs. Charles over .
Club I and sons, Bobby and Jeff of Rah- ; This notice shall be '' : \ F:"rlda. "ff t- \t nt 1:t "nt H II. I i-t This notice -' i (pt.
Mr. and Mrs M I lit f. 01,11,1 i once each week fi : -
weekend were once .3"h w -ek for four ; 'h. ff t i .t-t \
The Brooker Home Demonstration l way, N. J., were visitors at the jI j ; week in the Bradford I :. y ..11" Nil l,(IT In lppear.'I nrK in the Brjdfo. 11 t.
B. Cosby: of Moultrie. Georgia.Mr. ..
:: t' :c: 1 1' \ I I'" I' i II| 'K graph
Club met Thursday afternoonat Howard' : graph . .. , .
home Mr. and Mrs ,1 t'
of '
I. '
I i iI and Mrs. Ewing Anderson Hii'd:! IhiI I>> .1 i\ i.f \ !; : I i II ..1:1.:! :.I' : v j. I: v .1 l'1 f'FI'I \
the Community Center, with (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. I l1 ::1 l lot i'1..1 "\ l \1 :'1'1: I \ ,I '
Wait and i iI ii .
I family t tI Miami were overnight guests i! I I Y.'J ", .
the of Clerk of the ar. "t -.Ty r rL: j t1! "i' a '1 '-1, :
president. Mrs Lawrence Wiggins I Mrs. Rosa Mao Wagner and' P> Mai an L <'ii.vln-, I. 1lt,1-h.] : d. Nit r"r 1' \', if *..rI l I. n o! t ..
presiding. at the home of )[r. and Mrs H. SAnderson 8 r umsrcu. ag.rr.-Z: \ ''I Ii '!., t' M I" .' ,
daughter Tessie of Games\ill i _
The demonstration for the after were luncheon guests of Mi'*. A last Wednesday I i I '01'11 'I U .\rPI:\ --
noon was huck toweling, demon 1 Miller last WednesdayMr I'. .A. (rosby Reunion (I'I''n' ..Circuit. ; lit Court fhnnrrrir.Oeoip. llrnitfuril. I
strated to the Miss Dorothy annuai P A ('rosbfamily .' H TM .
Th. tiff
group by and Mrs Bill Bigham enter \lIr. :u '
Ross, Demon Aug 31 garet .\sntb :?,tur, real
held Sunday
county Home tamed a group of theft friend reun\oo "a' I Case refreshment
Notice Topprnr.
: : \ To: M.irs.irft Agnes !'
: re.td.-n- and address! is-:
Street, Mintrula. Long

1!' York You are hereby .. ,

I I j suit I fr'n one C
TARLING3 (Chas lien filed against )'
I above named Court and ('
I you a-e required to serve
I your answer or pleading r

U I ,I 1 complaint Starke AttorneyT., on Frank the,
GROCERY & MARKET | Florida :
and file the original in S
(the Clerk of the Circuit ,, ,
|or before the
Quality Rights Reserved Prices Good Fri. and Sat.. Sept. 12, 13 | 6 day of October, ItS; \
'otherwise the allegations
{Complaint will be taken
I ed by you.
This notice shall be
3 Lbs. I once each week for four ('
weeks in the Bradford

691P'tato's : malted this 3 day of
US!. ....
Crisco 2ge ,'L' r'II'I.\J. !SEA: ) A. J !
: I Clerk of the ('. I P 1\ ,,.
I l'\: :Mi :11 L I'r'h, I> '. i
:; : I IfTln

:\ : I'll"IOP' ,
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...., I I Miss Peggy Ann Wiggins United In Marriage Starke BPWC Group door prizes were Edna Stone ', Meeting Of BSPhi later date benches and p:. '

Marion Howe :Madge Middleton tables will be under the shelf.]: '
With Mr. Don Neel In Lovely Baptist Setting Has I 17 MembersAt ,, Pauline Torode. Elizabeth Noegel Held MondayThe Following the meeting refre

District Meet Ruth Broadway. Pat Lambe. Della menu were served b>' liar''
A lovely 8 o'clock candlelight blue lace poised over matching
Rosenberg Loyiee Hartman and Beta Sigma Phi sororitymet Yancey and cohostesp" Betty I'e.>-
ceremony Friday evening Sept. taffeta. :Mrs.Viggins complimented ,
Seventeen members of the Desta Dyal. Attending also from Monday (evening at the homeof
'15, in the First Baptist Church of her outfit with a white
I Starke Business' and Professiona'Women's the local club were :Mildred Sapp Mrs.Iartha Yancev with MrsS.
Recent BirthMr
Starke united in Miss orchid.
marriage .
Club attended the Dis Mildred Doyle Carolyn Keen E. Denmark presidingThe .
Peggy' Ann Wiggins daughter of : The mother of the bridegroom
trict 3-4 St Augustine Pearl Colson. Thelma Dinkins and 'It aSUlt'r lepoitid that
Gladys Booty I meeting and Mr S.eber D G
One attired
Mr. and Mrs Wiggins was in aellow taffeta
l Sunday which was presided over Melba Partin and Chessie Devnck | SIll ".I" lean ,, at tV Lahot .
Phone 35 Don Neel, son of Mrs. Fred Mason and lace gown and wore an orchid n, .m ainniinip the birth i
: Director. Mrs I Mrs. Day dan uhii h \\111!'! h.' .
by the District Southwick spoke followingthe ; < i ; i. \ 11"r luw.trd
of Keystone Heights and the late corsage ;: 'dlllbt: I>"inna larotte on rte
mm n m Dorothy Patterson of St. Augus luncheon, on moral i .1 pLteer!" ,i r: i ,'i.. '
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1 A. O. Neel. Officiating at the double Following the wedding a reception rearmament -! :V: a ir r: 1.r: > nll\: <; 't r.li i HospitaWE'RE ,

Mrs. William J. Epperson Honors Daughter ring service was the Rev. L. D. was held in the Educational tine Mrs Fronie Following Le Socke announcements.of Jacksonville and explained this mote

Haines, pastor.Highlighting. j building of the church The ment which is gaining suppoi' .t i':
[With Pretty Tea 180 Guests Attend Beach former District Director -
i the altar of the' bride's table. o'rlaidith an imported over the country daily.
read a citation which the district -
sanctuary were pedestal baskets i! cutwork cloth was centered The next District .., HERETO
Mrs. William J. Epperson entertained received for reactivating the meetrxbe YOU

at a lovely tea Tuesday of white gladioli chrysanthemums with. a three-tiered weddingcake Green Cove Springs club last I on Sunday, Nov 23. wit'!: SERVE
afternoon from four to six o'clockin Methodists Hold and huckleberry, and lighted white The cake was surroundedwith year' Starke Club.

the Parish House on Church Monthly Social |! tapers in branched candelabra ''! bridal illusion and nosegay Miss Delia Rosenberg was appointed !!i with personalized attention, complete '
street honoring her daughterMrs. I While the wedding guests were: I of chrysanthemums and fern were dependable fire insurance protection...

William A. Gay.A I:WSCS Meetings assembling a program of nuptial placed at intervals. The two punch at resolution a recent board committ'echairman meeting j\VSCS I Meeting at a SAVING in cost through dividends. r/t

gold and white motif warused Members of the Methodist W. ,i iI music was played by Mrs. Levy I tables were overlaid with white with :Mrs Dorothy Ford of i I 1 The Methodist %V.
i cutwork cloths S. C. S wil'meet
and held
and :Miss June punchbowls 1
in the attractive floral arrangements circles held their monthly : Canova. organist j
I S. C. S. music chairman: '
placed at vantage social and program meeting last 'I Iw II I[I patel who sang "With These set in beds of fern. Gainesville Mrs Madge as Williams of Jacksonville I Monday afternoon at 3'3" CONNER & GAY sit us rot ire

points throughout the lounge. The eek. I 1'Hands", "I Love Thee" and The I j I Mrs R. A. Green met the guest Beach as civil defense chair ; o'clock in the church for then i WWI TO TOUt

mantel 1 held a brass candelabrawith Circle 1 met in the recreational ;, Lord's Prayer". 'The traditional I II at the door and presented them tc man and Mrs Bessie Ellington of regular monthly b.i isme i-id pio Isrnl'E: : AI-\; :: ( y IMS8UMI IU9S

gold candles and was banked I building with Miss Amy Coburr i I I I wedding marches were used. : the receiving line composed of Jacksonville as health and safety gram mi"et1; 111
with plumosus fern. In front of !I! and :Mrs. W. G. Haile as cohos- II I I I: The bride who was given in \ the bridal party and the parent chairman.

the fireplace was placed a pedestal! ; teases Mrs. T. H. Slade presided I|I marriage by her father, chose I of the bride and groom. The cake Mrs Mimi Southwick of Lake

Basket containing yellow gladioli in the absence of Mrs. L. A. Da I I :Miss JoAnn Dinkins as her maid i was cut by Mrs. W. B. Mundy.Jr. 2nd vice-president of the ... -- __ - foliage .and gold and white was opened with of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs !|, and Mrs. T. 'K. McClane. Jr. Presiding -t Worth
gold meeting
button chr>'santhemu-ns. On either I vis.prayer The by Mrs. 'W. E. Middleton I Edgar Chavin of Jacksonville and! :' at the punch bowls were i i! Florida Federation on gave membership a work A Careful Check "of A&P Everyday Prices Will I Convince You thatPR1CES

side of the mantel were tall potted I Mrs. Sam Anderson had charge of I Miss Montie Hutchings of Gaines- j Mrs. Brad Locke Miss FrancesMorgan i shop presentation and timer .

yucca plants, also banked with I I devotional. Mrs. Slade gave a villf The flower girl was the I II i Mis Freeman Register, which was interesting the ( AT A&P STORESContinue
I the I I dues are now being paid in ,
plumosus fern. At other table review of the first three chapter bride's sister. Susan Wiggins. I II Jr., and Mrs. Robert Turner Keeping ias; various clubs. Mrs. Betty Bigger ,

placed at points of interest wereenterpif'ces the study book. Mrs. Gladys! Miss Dinkins' ballerina length | the bride's book was Mrs on
of report
of Jacksonville gaa
( of brass candelabra i Scholl was welcomed, as a new I gown of Italian blue nylon o'rsatin i Alease Lennon of Elizabethtown I the biennial held recently n' Dot- to Reflect 0

with gold candles and floral arrangements I member. was fashioned on identical N C., cousin of the bride members Mrs Melba:
of bronze mums gold The hostesses served refreshments I lines to the pink nylon dresses! of I I Others assisting in serving tht Partin, also attended that :i t".'
i arrived. The attendants wedding guests were :Mrs Ewel1)
button chrysanthemums, yellow as the guests 1 the bridesmaids.

gladioli and gold: magnolia leaves.The I I WOre matching shoes and nylonstollen I Lawson Mrs. Shirley Pollet. Mrs ., ing. .
tables M were oveilaid- ) with -- and carried crescents of :Maxie Carter Mr" E 1<'. Miles 'Mrs. Mildred Sapp gave thtcal <

Irish lien cutwork cloths. j Circle 2 met at the Kingsley ,! carnations to match their costumes I :Miss Jean Mundv, Miss Marie club report as its presider'! i i

'' B. Cottrell Wiggins of Jacksonville. Miss, San Luncheon was at the Trop; ;"
The beautifully appointed tea' lake home of Mis. J. and sprays of carnations in J
imported li j dish luncheonwas I dra Johns, Mrs. II A. Lawson Restaurant at St \iisrnsnniEeath
table was overlaid with an where a covered their hair. Little Susan Wiggins- #
cloth and centered j Mrs. J. H. Ritch. taffeta Mrs J. T. Lawson, and Mrs. K \\her.' the membtis, '(fmk
lace enjojed. was gowned in a pink ;( VRWHfli t1 p's I fues
With an exquisite tall arrangement j circle leader presided and Mrs gown with a nylon overskirt and : B. Beard. given pri7eu: d l 'i'pttameii: with i i-vervdav pnres1'
review Xet-1 left for a i Ini ref, the! .<\intent! a
and Mrs. t
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of and white button Hernwall gave a carried basket of petals. Mr a You
gold i CE. she a rose Prices: in this ad effec- j > will be agree-
book studyon two-week's wedding trip to South heal me r hers !rt It'I\\lig
the City.
cattail of .
gold William of Ne\vaik. N J.
chrysanthemums of the first part Ecgen I the .thru Sat., Sept. 13: ableh surprised; .
and gold magnolia leaves, surrounded Human Rights. served as best man for the bridegroom Florida. The bride traveled in ; | the low .
many prueKaHBBfi
faille suit with Navy af't n
with ruffles of nylor I II II and ush'rs'pre Lewis plum '
+** will find'Kaths :
with alut
illusion. Flanking the centerpiece Bertha Haines, Charles Lawson. Robert sones complimented Lunch. I 12: Oz 'an :
with Mrs I II j
I Circle 3 met orchid.
candelabra Chavin.A
The where refreshments I bride and are both SAVElOO Meat 43 c I
burning gold tapers. Pearce The groom
holding I of traditional!
arrived lovely gown j Dressed
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large trays held beautifully decorated served as the conducted by the I i bridal satin accented with Chan- graduates of Bradford HIKJI Quick Frozen

cakes The punch and dainty table held sandwiches a leader Business, Mrs.was A. Wood A parlia'ireview tilly lace was chosen by the bride i!i :School.Massey .Business The bride College also ati in .'la'k iirti, r = 1 1 BAKING .
"Accent or. for her wedding. The fitted lace HENS :: 47C
Fide drape of plumosus fern Ins of study book by Mrs. L. D. I I bodice featured' a lace yoke of nylon onville and was later employ Kaths ) 0' .It j
was given The i is now -'m 4
tersperced with button chrysanthemums Liberty" rounded neck in that city groom Beef avg

in white and gold. Green and Mrs. A. Wood. The Ethe'devotional I i. line and illusion long with sleeves which extended ployed with Sun Oil CO. it, the r I ,, ______ __ __ __ __ ________________________
at the door was given by I Merchant :Marine in Newark N IOOt I
Greeting the guests !I to points over the wrist The : Fresh Caught Headless Green
were Mrs. H. C. Brown and Mrs. Lowell on I". skirt of duchess satin and tiers of J. where the young couph "\.tl' DIIa::

E. L. Matthews. In the receivingline K I nylon illusion terminated in a make their home.Outoftown Richer Ijre I pkg Ib.Dixie .

were Mrs. Epperson and Mrs. Circle 4 met Thursday evening I Il l I court train. The bride's fingertipveil guests nn'huh" 1 SHRIMP I 45CTrend
Gay and inviting the guests to the 28, in the recreational building of sheerest illusion fell gracefully Mrs Charles McMillan. Mrs, p s :
tea table were Mrs. Charles Darby to her fingertips from i McMillan, Mrs Nell Hemingway -
and -
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and Mrs. Junius Smith. Pouring Clapper as hostesses. Duchess bonnet of lace and bridal' Mr. and Mrs. crank Hemingway 0 --

tea and coffee from the lovely Mrs. Alice elected were: :Mrs.. satin outlined with seed pearls. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Alexander, Mrs i: Azalea All Meat
silver service were Mrs. R. L. New officers Life chairman She carried a Bible topped with 1!: Lewis Mason Mr. and Mrs. LeWiggins < J Lilt I 5 Ib. has

Richard of Jacksonville, Mrs Del Mrs.Colley Sara Torode Spiritual, Status of Women a white orchid from which fell! ; Mrs Eva Runge and' Corn Meal 57c i lib. cello
Mrs. Marshall FRANKS 49C
George Anderson and Ann Smith. C. S. R. C. showers of white satin ribbons Mr. and Mrs Eldudge Tomhnson
Gay. Others assisting in courtesy and valley lillies. all of Jacksonville Mr and Mt s
serving and caring for the guests Mrs. Leo Mrs Wiggins selected for her I John Hemingway and Mis1AUasc S, ...
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were Mrs. Glen Duke, Mrs. S. R I of' Lennon of Elizabethtown. N C I
Martha Mrs. Mabel Whitehead gave the daughter's wedding a gown Deodranl Soap.Small Bar {
Johns and the Misses Herman All MeatToilet
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Landrum Ella Turner, Ann Johns Lucille The devotion was by Mr 1 Starke First Baptist Church Holds Monthly DURING OUR i /2-lb./ pkg

:McRae Nancy DuPre. Kathryn Del Colley. Fall Activities Soap Hath Bar BOLOGNA 29C
Circle Meetings, Study OLD RANGE ROUND-UP
Kelly, Jimmie Moncnef, Gail Duke ;
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and Linda Johns. I PresbyterianVomen I The Baptist W. M. t:'. circle Trade in your old stove for this 1
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Invited to call during the members held their monthly meet '. of the devotional program. Mr-I streamlined kitchen beauty today.
ap./ Hold Circle MeetingCircle I S. E. Sparks installed the following i Large Golden YellowS
180 -
pointed hours were guests. / insg on Tuesday of last week Reg. Price 289.50
officers: Leader. Mrs Dave i
Women -i The Ida Darby circle met at the (Reg Bar ..I 5 for
1 of the Presbyterian : Eldon Ibs.
P.iulk, 'oIeaderIrs.
Rehearsal Party of the Church met of Mrs.Monday F.I I I! home lake of Mrs.with Dave 12 Paulk members on Crosby am4-. Hardy: : tieas.( Mrs. Robert Barks- Now Priced 239.50 S; 23c BANANAS 3 29C

Honors Attendants evening at the home three visitors present The business dale; secy, Mr" Paul Raymond ,
H. Long with Mrs. Evelyn Cooper Other committees' and chairmerwere LESS YOUR ,
!, of the circle was led by the! ( 50.54 --------- -------------
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and Mrs. Edna Prevail as .. .
Mr and Mrs. Don Neel were '! leader, Mrs. Wesley Andrews. Miss j also appointed.After OLD RANGE ,
honored' Thursday evening Sept. es. i the business meeting ant' Ige bar 1
4. at dinner given! Mrs. Cooper gave a Bible study Sylvia Paulk sang two songs duri installation of officers delicious 189.50 s2i 1Ivory of 6
a lovely party I I i ing the program followed by Mr*. a 25c 1 carton
by Mrs. Neel's' parents, Mr. and | program on the theme "Are You i Paulk who gave reviews of former covered dish supper was served. 1 R C COLAS 17C

Mrs. Orie Wiggins, at the Guidon Achieving Your Victory in I --
topics. Sentence were Plus
Christ?" Mrs. E. M. Davis, prayers DepositToilet
Grill. The party was given following pro I : The Business Women's Circle
given at the close of the meetingThe S
the wedding rehearsal. of the I gram chairman gave a talk or. met Sept. S in the educational! Central Fla. Gas ,
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"Church Extension". A Rounc' Soap :1:{ Bars j
honored' couple who were wed : building of the church for their Cf"n
served refreshments
i daughters
Friday evening in the First Baptist Table discussion followed' the pro : regular monthly meeting with 32 Octagon J9c 1! Iona Plain or Self Rising I

church. gram. Mrs. K. G Duncan, chair -- I members present including five I,
& Co.
man presided over the busines The Daisy Fowler circle met new members. The devotion wa' Appliance 1 FLOUR 1S Ibs. J4J.49

T yrePrice'Vedding meeting Plans were made to visit with Mrs. A. C. Durden with S in charge of Miss Dorothy Ross! -
haven't been attending members and 3 visitors presentThe
Women' who Mis S. E. Sparks installed th
119 West Call St. Soap I'owder. l Ige pkguz \
Told Event Dec. 14 church; arrangements to put meeting was opened witpray'r
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flowers in the church, and futureaims. by Mr- L. W 'nn. Mrs service(: Phone 301 Starke. Fla.PJwIi' D 27c !

Mr and Mrs. Jack Matthews of I Lex Green gave the devotional Circle chm. Mrs, Shirley P..: i Aunt Jemima

Trenton' announce the apPrOach. She also had charge of the program : let. 1st cochm.Irs.. J. D.1>ml, j. 1
ing marriage of their' daughter' Delicious refreshments were' : I, topic "My Tithes and My 2nd cochm.Mrs.. J. II HItch su- 1 CORN MEAL Sibs. 19C

Dolores Tyre, to L. D. Price of served by the hostesses during {'r Offerings". A short business; 3rd cochm.Irs. Ruby Johns Liquid

Lakeland The ceremony will take the social hour.Catholics I! meeting was held after which rec sec.-- Mrs. W. B. Mundy lr bottle 30c i
at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon and Mrs J. W Joy :
place I Mis O L. Beaslev Corr. sec; Mrs J. A. :Monmeftreas ,
Dec' 14, at the Matthew Schedule Kincaid served refreshments Mrs. E. F. Miles: Busi -- - - - - -- --- ------------------ ,

home in Trenton Mr Price the i -
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WO. Advisor Mrs.
of Rev and W L. Price circle met Marcal Colored and White
Fon Mrs Bake Sale SaturdayMembers Doris Knight Si'pt Miss Study Mrs Lacy Silcox Sat., Sept. 12-Onh Exceptional Valu
of Lakeland' Miss TV re is the 2 in the church educational building Com Miss Mrs E. D. Tenly.i .
youngest: daughter of Fred 0 Tvrrcf : of the St. Edward'. with Mrs T. K. McClane I Mrs. F. J. Shaw, Double Feature -: a s \
Stewardship ,,. Pkgs
Stark and a sister of Mrs I Altar Society will hold a bake leader presiding over a shortbusiness i Press reporter Mrs Calvin Johns M"lx>tt and (' I
Steve Starling Jr and Mrs. Ray I sale near the postoffice on N Wai meeting. I 'crapbooklrs.. Pearl Schropshire IX iJane Parker I

Rosier, both of Law Y. nut street. Sati\rdav morning. [ Mrs J. T Lawson was in charge I : vt-arbook Miss Dorothy JACK AND THEBEANSTALK tV

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G-- t Charles Schmitt: children's Home In SuperCincolorAnd lona String No. 303 Cans

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1 1t i i Miss, June Patel.Hostesses for. the evening were Santa Fe MarshalWith CAKE 49C BEANS 2 '" 23C

I Mrs Gladys Harrington Mrs C Urn. lloyd and Ku M>IIHa

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-' at 7 o'clock in the Legion Hal'' : 3 lor 23c

: for a buffet supper. VIVA ZAPATAWith Iona :

i I Mrs Kathleen Bala (h. iiI!' PEARS No.2 can 23'>> : --

i \\ white ahd Jetiel. lilt tint president, of Inverness wil1 Marion Brando and Jean \ shortening
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stones beautifully In golden incoming officer< l

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Jewelry"Your :rant chairman. Mrs M F. Hazer

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Jeweler"W. meeting will beheld With Jimmy Durante and
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.--s rsrrrrrssssssrssrsSSSSSSrSSrSrSSSaCIN Miss Lanene Corbett of Pierson I' Mrs. Lulu :Mott and Mrs. Vera i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Landrum of IS thence run North 3B; 4f>':!! | you are required to serve a -
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I Ii Ga. was the weekend guest of Miff :McCord are spending this weekat I Brooksville were visiting Mr. and c urx-e concave to the 'I- .uan".r'on the or Plaintiffs.ktt'.rney. piaditgt.'paint '.,.

I Faye Paulk. I I Salt Springs. Mrs. Frank Landrum from Fridayto I having a radiu of 5'21.511! John J CrewMan -
a central angle of 5 :35'; .
i I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordon and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J Tuesday. I Northwevterlx along s-aid and lennx i
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son, Harold of Oviedo spent the I: W. Kincaid will attend the Butz- 1! Sue Duncai of Gainesville aa.s! 33 feet to the end of t the Cl 'tk ,.f '
I thence run North 42 ': :>r b.fortth..
I ', weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. : Stringfellow wedding Saturdaynoon the weekend guest of Gail Duke. I, :,256f: ;; feet to the .. I I. rI..) ,.' -' .

Griffin. J'I at the Episcopal church ir I Rev. and Mrs Homer Swindal'I 1 iurxe "-"n'atu the :" : "*L. : \\ 1-' ',H '
THE NEWS I I I jhaxi-ig a radiu of I.ii.S5: ,
Jacksonville and will also attend Ii and son Anthony left i'1"1.1.1 t.I \\ ,
I Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Hairier I, I Monday fora | a central angle of I '. 44'. t r.--. ,I t.X X .

tSrrssssrrssnrs ---- -- - -- drove to Mars Hill N. C. on i the reception at the Florida Yacht two weeks vacation with their i :Northxxesterly along s-.ini: I : I itt- I ,ll)
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i .
fon'l I parent Mrs. M. T. !. -
day to enter their daughter, Swindall in i ithrme run Notth 2'ir'v:! ; ..
Jr. of :Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth I Club.Mr. S. XXiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-
Mr. Mrs. E. Nix
and J.
in Mars Hill College this fall. TheE. and Mrs. William Nagy of Clintwood. Va. and Mr. and Mrs. !III"! ":.f, Ctt'tl" tile) \\ -' ':
/ Kansas City. Mo. were visiting Mr. spent the early part of the week I I I x'1.s.f:' said Seition !I' .1!
W. S. Johns
I D. also entered their Bethlehem Pa. were weeken Martin.. Ky.
Ga. where they Tenlyjs: 11'IH! 6 feet South of :" ..rlh\\
I and Mrs. Wesley Andrews over in :Milledgeville daughter Joan. at Mars Hill. !!! guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Shull Mrs. Cora Brooks of Tampa ncr of said Seitn.n iv '" : t 'l'to: "'!1'1 \ I. '11' 1-. .. .... "
the weekend. Also guest of the entered their son Roddy in the weekend .2: a.'r'nl'.rt. "I' I 1. --, ev !,. I .
Mrs. Billie Hall of Orlando wa" Sr. guest of the T. Frank isttig load.i .
I v; -
Andrews were their nephew Car! i I Georgia Military Academy. the guest! of :Mr. and Mrs. J. H.I!I Mrs. E. C. Priest Mrs. L. B. .; Landrums and Mrs. Landrum i lit.." nt-ti I. 1'r.thy -

Andrews of Winter Haven. i :Miss Fran Taylor of Jacksonville .1.:111. Hall
DuPre several days last week. Alvarez and F. E. Francis visited I were visiting friends in GracevilltI I'ar.--I. X.,. 4; 1,1.1: ..f

Mrs. Jessie Chastain and Mrs. ,, spent the weekend with :Mis!? : Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McGehee of Mrs. Pauline Francis in tltt= I from Sunday to Tuesday. I, :'In: :':.. ts -----

1 June Patel and Mrs. Vasco For- I Th.South: 41' (t-" 1 ..f t
W. L. Andrews Thursdayand and
spent Sun Mrs. Cecil
New Smyrna were weekend guestsof Alachua General Hospital on j Thomas .
I II'1. "-t .f K.t.t ,,,1.I I' I I:
Friday at Salt Springs.Mr. sythe. Mrs. Pearl Schropshier and day. Mrs. Francis underwent ar i I spent the weekend with his moth SEt. ..C S.-ti..n :" T."" ) SPECIAL
"uth. Rang'- :22:! E.I .!. ..
and Mrs. E. W. Hayes honored :I Billy Dansby has returned home family. Mrs. McGehee remainedfor operation last Friday and is get er. Mrs Mallory Thomas. Mallory -, J.art11 s-I' -t tug i-.ad. '''' :

their Miami visitor Miss I after five months! training in radio the week. ting along nicely. 1 Jr. was also weekend guetof : II.U4 "-r'tt ..r- "r It'oJ" .

Catherine Carter with a supperat maintenance school in Fort For Sale-Bwll's hjlmd gloxinia : flH\\f> (llr)- his mother. ""n..d.. h) \II..rt ,\ .
I For sale-Cut r" Il'a".1: :!4 Ig-III: ) ..I 'p.'p.
their Kingsley Lake home Tues Benning Ga j I bulbs, and smL Time to plant vanthemums in all colors, also in I, Mrs. H. B. McLendon arrived i SIJU No. :24i Only .
I i i That panf Mi-- f.loxx!! ,
day evening.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Paulk and now. R. .. Young Christian St pots. R. I\ Young, Christian St I from Orlando Tuesday to spend a :is,nlied landStdt'tflg 44 pp..

and Mrs. Donald Bennett sons of Pierson, Ga. were weekend j :Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Register of Mrs. William A. Gay is leaving week with her parents Mr. and i fioi'i Mi. :N-.itl' "
I 'Mrs. E. Matthews. I ncr of Se. tion. I 1s. T"' lI-hll' I,
and son Wayne of Lawtey are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Miami are guests of Mrs.V.. F Saturday for Camp Gordon Ga. I Itang.22: : KaM. HIM South 1 '

moving to Jacksonville. Paulk. Godwin this week. to join Cpl. Gay.Mr. i' Mrs. Charles Burton of llape- for point of Heginnint I h. pp.'p.
tinue South vile Ga. .
and Mrs.
Burton of
i is in
Mrs. G. B. Flynn
Parker 1320 feet theme North M.,! ; i FREE
and Mrs. Raymond
this wt'ek.'isiting )wr son, Geo Rome. Ga. are visiting relative thenceVet 1317: I .'!nt (....1 t t pp.'p.
of Greenville. S. C. were weekend here for two weeks. of Beginning a',id lying IN t

HERD MILE FOR SALE rge. Jr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie :NAA'1,4 of S.-i-tlon, IK. T.,, '
Mi. and Mrs. Fred Leonhar? i South Range -'J: ':ast. lx ,\/
i I to Jacksonville CAIU OF THANKS" 1 1511
Parker and) all went fttia.h side ofuixe> I :
spent: the weekend in St. Peters- State Koad :;-::29: Section ] |
Mrs. J. C. We wish to
50 OR 60 HEAD (burg visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. Warner visiting Mr. expresour deep appreciation -I( "Ul'I''">- I.-t mp desiribid t With Tin Purchasi '
and family and Mrs. Lettic for the many words of I IltlwH' 3
| Wynn ginnri|! on th I '
Cows and Calves Cows, Open and Bred ; Hoopes. i i. ,
i kindness and thoughts of of S\\ ot si'f :S. 1
: frsatalie Thornton and Mr Parker.Mr. sympathy -I' T.\\ "hiI' ,'. :South i.tng.at : <- :! Of One .it .
Heifers and Mrs. Bernard Sullivarof extended to us in the loss of : .. point I '.'\I : .1 \\-t ,, : p

Land Mrs. Marion Manning will! Allandale. S. C. and Mr. and our infant !son and brother. Cal e.l-t i ..JlIt.I I of -..!"I l So t 1 RegularPrice p'p.
Can Be Seen At leave Saturday for two week's thence inn Noith :!t411'Js
Mrs. L. M. Smith of Savannah. Ga VIII Lnvejoy Carter Mr. and Mrs 147'' '.'! l.e t.. I h. I..go"""! : !
visit with friends in Washington.Mr and Morris ur\- I.' 'h,' ', p
were weekend: guests of Mr. Carter. Morris Carter Jr.DhIn i .n .i\ > / pp.
SANTA FE STOCK FARM and Mrs. R. O. Dansby spent havniK .1 i.tdiuot ',:::' :.' I i .1a I p

the earl part of last week at Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan. 10IIT.II ...'IIi t-.tI .1 i Ij.t"f! ". ::"'" I ti p.
Located On Road IS Near Starke Mrs. Leon Moorer was under In rirmit roiirl. llm i K-v m Beach and the latter part ... .11111"'j i f -. the .1 d oi 'p.1 .
I Vincent's hospital 'lorlila: 'n "n '.>rT. I ;; S. ; ; > t to '
JOHN H. DENMARK STARKE: FLA. of !the week in Ozark, Ala. observation in St. Si.-b.Tt f KIh.i IM.untitf. \f- : .\ ..: 'i 1 CI K, _> \\ : : ()Compounded!/ ,1\ :
I from Wednesday to Saturday 'lara l"L.: r. !I.f. iiil.int. ; t I os' !.. .: I innini: ot I
Ms I : Virginia Biellmg of Lake : '\ 111"1.. ,
1 of last week. She had a.c" I'.c-f :N.i 'i ;;,"i 'I i ax. to u: : ; Pharmacist :
\otl-e To ,, of I r ii'.> '5. 1".1 I ai.d. .
Bill 1.1 '.\" visiting her sister. M'sI tpwit* t. ) u :; .
CP .. visitors Mrs. Mural Gardner and To: "l.ti.i F'h"I", \\ h.- I nbo' 1V4 -I', i I." r' i 1I 1I ,
.... .1 I K on Monday. I < 1"1'i : : .
Uouglas eve- il.-nc- in.J .i.lili i-- __ i-. ;"nkii..uii I I lll\ .1".1' I "
Mrs. Glen Duke on .
Mtnd: Mrs. H. L. Brownlee re- You aif hrtny ri, nn,<-rt tn"t H -.t.i.; "i ',OI..1 th! :! : i i iNoTth DRUG STORE
"ing- sort fur dhi.i.e lus; 1-en M, ..,l'' ; :2 : :::12'I '' \l. -' i ".;
THEATRE ur ned home last Friday from againti.u in th'- above tl I,. XV.-t ln.: i,f V'i; of
I H fiv. 'weeks vacation at their cottage !| Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Edge of rvurt and cause and vou arc r.innr-n:mit-i- t I.oil 1" at :a po.-it' 11'.I: !. t : .

STARKE I Gainf's'iIle'isiteli the Glen Duk-F" ed to serve a copy nf your ;all"w'r 'I! :Not thxx.-t i'''n. .I{.Iaid I '
at St. Augustine Beach. or pl.a.it'to th-, pomT'1,1" ]l' Containing: ''I 1 > le, .from
Mr and Mrs. Roy Saunders and and' T. K. McClanes Thursday lh- Plaint.if!',. .\tt.irnev. X.i. h 1 11 I II 1.-S excluding) ) -I 'K .. .
of last week. >..nprla.-, :1(15:; I.xii. h I'.uil.lint.l.n i I k- I Is OWIl.ll" \I.X I i.. ,.V IIdl.,) ,
Dedicated To Community Service baby. Maryann. of Lake City have evening >.i'nviII.F1irid. an.I fil.-| Ui< "I'l I N.. :... I .t', I l I', i : ; 1 '\ Il."ht: I Ph""I' 'I I I :

"Movies Are Better Than E\r" rented: the Thomas house on N. I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan of original in tht- off"n iof I Hitt 'I.'rk\ S'arti.n'I'! :.1! \''. .i'- :
the weekend at of thr Ciriuit i '..int mi MI I I..t'.i' :! ;:.!t. -24 I-ia :
Walnut street. I Gainesville spent the n: da)' nf < tnlier.. I r.lJ.! utli.i-l! That parl i t
Sat., Sept. 13-ONLY I Toe Wed.-SepL 16 17 1 lake the guests of Dr wise.- the all .., ',
as ,
: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasten, Kingsley <-Katii>nof ill .ni- St"f :S\\ .\\V TTTTTTTTTTT TTT
(plaint \\ ill litt.tkin :as ..'If.--.I! |,.v t. 1111.I I Ir
Maines.Mr 1 I. T"-I\i
RIG DOUBLE FEATURE Sr. of the State Farm and Mr. and! and Mrs. J. E. \ ,
I you.Thix i: .. :. .\ i iy; u ,di l, i<> .
r f *T the and Mrs. J. R. Kite were in notice shall lie ----- .
Mrs. Robert Turner spent publishednee 01.
.r -- -- } ; of 1 1.' toll'\ A 'L -- -
"FRONTIERPHANTOM" .1 I Tenn. from Saturday each week for four conserutlv, flirt In- i '. -i. .'.'in -
Chas- Johnson City.
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I
weeks in the Bradford Tele- .
: line of :NA\ "! s, 1' "I.hil' ,.
I AJlfIDINfH : teen.: Jr. at the Brownlee cottage to Tut''day'isiting Mr. Kite'rsister gr"Tlb. I i. South I I.:. i ){' -

I YoW41'HoREr4eR&VI1 I !at St. Augustine BeaL The junior Mrs. W. E. Curtis who i* 1'52.Dated thi.9 day (lr Sept. ml. r. IIOIRI\tSt i ll'l ot I to*. >i. I i.,.I!' : :aid'.',111.}-. !

the ill. OFFICIAL PKAU A. J. Th..m.i-: .
|, Chasten, are remaining at them) I 11111 .-, i, _
As Clerk nf said (',"rt ':
Mrs. V. S. St. John returned Hi'.t! :\th; t.-.t t.. I 1. I" tlirX'e "
'Beach this; week.
With Lash LarueAND RIarian I. Crosby' D.'t'I rV I Iii .
< I I. M I '
Saturday. accompanied by 12: 4t H :: I _
home _
'Technicolor Miss Sara Williams visiting ._ 1..UIIIK .1. i .i 1 I i.- I I'-1!iI _
6( I I'nlln INotice
her in Cross Cit this Mrs. Edwin St. John and children I .1 eiitnl .inj" ; !I. : I IV 44 -
paints >
.. A Seat,._ : :
f'eHbttg ..
: % :i'-.utlll.a-I.'l i lx h uz 'I
after seven weeks''i it with Mrs. I is hereby given j that th.
.. .
week. ,li.I,
44 feet 'I. III. ot .1.1i
!tIel< St. John's daughter. Mrs. D. Came; id-id. Fresh Water Fish Comnussioii i 11111 :Sou'h U -'S" i l'.i: '
"FAMILYSECRET" .f Ih.1"1 e of Florida, art- .
\f x i I.
I. a'i' i
Oinstiano and family in Darien. Ing under authority conferred
upon ,
'Rl'JH 1 '
S-.J' s
tHan I '" '
th hy the .I'J.;
m I\.nstitution of the
efi >?.'It i..n!l |I. -10: 4
I ronn. a-
Pulll CivcK State of "Florida and Ity Kule ;5.01; '
South H. "
Mr and Mrs. Richard Ray and of the Commission, dues hereby..- ,
POINT 'oF IT.i.lNNIV': : ; : :' ; I :
: A f ofomaunt Picture ATTENTION clare that an emergency exists in .
: '
on. Ricky of Jacksonville spent ..nt. i 1111' th.i i, inn sn I
With John Drrrk le ('ohh and iIJ '1 Mrs Bradford County. Florida.hirh 3*" \\ ."1 '.n ,t. T II t. ,1 '
; j J th. weekend with Mr- make necessary th'ri >sing tn ,
I tin. : '
"''lit' mine
Jody Lawrence If You Have hunt me and trapping the tollowinp ,
J S Sapp. i or.- oi \i. --
(1.-I'it.j R""i.-.! in that Court" :
Jim "Disc Man", Chap. 8-Serial Plu, -"'Slt't'J)) 'Tiiu Possum" Cartoon Mrs. Marie Willis of Tallahassee' South B..undary.w: : 'CradcilI'nad I- ",11..1 l i,x I 1'1"I'! I Iict
I from S.II P. :No. 21to EastShores >. "ion .'' i.: '' "1 M2'i.'i I -- -
and "Huili Mouse" CartoonII. latest last Friday of Mrs. -
My News I was the guest of Big hake Santa F.. !:: I lil.ol':, i "I Colin'x'"
Joe McDonald and Mrs.Vilbtir Fast Itonndarv RH.O. 1'''. 21 1.1\I ..' .' I I ill. i I II.I I'' ;
TIMBER TO SELL from :N.-\traded I load to dir roa MRS. J. :II. FIELDS ,
Scott. y f'
A. BISHOP settlement i
Large or Small Tracts Mrs. M H. Sheppard and son North Boundary: Dirt road n-nn' Tha1'.11 I ,'I 1 ; \

Thur., FrL-Sept. IS, 19ltttA'f Michael returned home Monday: S H.I1. No :21 I throughol..red "\'ttlenient Si i i"-l: I 1"">! : I' si : : : !
i to the KaM Shores nf ]Lit-\ .
.1 1 1"-1"1'| -.I.I nunit -
Sun., Mon. Sept. 11 1, 15 We Buy All after three months in Khinelander tie SantaP Lake.Vest u ''I I li, n ..01 t !II : .S

Sheppard will return \ Houndary: Rast Shores of j I tl;' I ton; : l. .i- In 'I 'Tr''i.ac"T ,I ',.. .
MGM'sNEW SAUCYFUMPTUOUS"MUSICAL; Wis. Mr. rig and Little Santa Fe 1-ikes. I" n." c..i,"H- i i h. i .
; PAY TOP PRICES within a month.Mr. WF"'WULAI..) |>SEI& "I c 'I' <" j I
lam iic9riflk4912 ; R..n L 1\I..I.\I..hlln. Pirector ----z..
I and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and | kllp t: s-''I' ::1
J< : 6 <;ame and. Fresh Water KMCommission. point .'.;" -t: I I. ,"t'I I'o :
children spent Sunday in Jacksonville .,rn..r "I t ,I -.., t i ifun
Mrs. Vickers' sister September 5. I'i"i2.: :N"i 1 i h. I I" '
,Write Call visiting S 12 ItMinn x !
or >egin iiiii.' >
I.tJIftQ TWUteIt 'Mrs. J. J. Richter. I --- Suth' a-" ; i (

Sen. E. Johns spent : :157: ',_' : IH', \ {
** Charley :"nlk.I i is heiehj gi\ tn that \Y\r l> al. tic .' tI\ f1Frit
CIXlltMCTU, *f5jm B. THOMAS Tuesday in Fort Pierce on business (I..lIowlIIl\I \ ''''rl..s and t inspectorsi thl'IIIII; i ." 'L"

tzirbMeivwNc4w'.e and Thursday to Saturdayin have l.e.-n appointed to hold theSperial to t p- i I. \
1 I (. lORETTA.YOUNGULj Primary Kl I..di inn in the varlulls toil t J :!S ;
LUMBER CO. Tampa attending the LegislativeHouse Precinct of the l'.unton' a. ,,1' .
Caucus. Tuesday. October 14. A l' I 1'!.:..2lrrrlnrt : ::c'.ti, \ I" :
+ : : \ 'iiI l.n\\lejr run \'',, i. i \\ A!
I I '' PHONE 211-J I Mrs.fallory Thoma! and daughter. Call, F. Carter. Cleik. T. T tttackl.nrn. the ,V \ I

() .. : ,Ml III I"'IT".ALWIIIMOI P. 0. Box 735 I Odessa of Gainesville anc!|I ottuiM) ;Norman and Sbt.trIing. AY. ffet, M. n. S'oi i ; -
a1TAuL'% 1'\1"1..1'| '' 72; f.-i\ ii I I. i I'
l Plus 'Fraid Cat" Cartoon and STARKE, FLA. Mr and Mrs R.-ssie Thomas and 1 Precinct>. :1 \nrlh vnrk* SF-I. a di I r.\: -. II to, ,i, t
MtM II I REAL I daughter (.f Paiatka were weekend .Lit'rell O i.i\', Clerk.' ; 1i-e B 6 Soul I. /.mi.: E.. -' -
I ::IIIIltill"1 ill lilt. I. TMIS and In- i I North '.'. l' \\ :'i I"i
I&AAAAAAAA- guests> ('t Mrs Emma Rivers. lll.lll IJleen: lnsle| ,.torsI'rrrliirt point .1"11.1.1" | -I. ,i. i
HUB ""Monwe ('mc'S To Dinner" Miss AmericaSHORT N 1t.I: s,,,ith| ssrrClyde ItI"' '. I:. irt .., ,?! j I
Cart 11.1 A A A A A AL A A A A "" .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Aaa&A .. AA .. 1LA A AV ,Colsoii. Clerk : K AYll.i liii'H .i s ,,
ooa And Latn.tt"U ---------------aaaaaL41a
> e-. tin-sell S M, Krf.: and 1-:. I' I..--
Joins. IniieitorI'rrriiirt I I I- oxx, II. .1 I '. I .1| \1.|
IF YiU J"1.XD"OJt) NAME COXCEALEO IV TilE BLANDINGDRIVE N... I (:raliamN J'oil. hi, I, \ '" ,
IN : J. I Max"is. Cei| k Kr\in 1 ,s-aI. ;'oiniii'.i Ii.!. I i,,>,..tr
OR FLORIDA THEATRE ADS CUT AD Ol'TXU PRESENT M.Uti.I.F Criffri ami Ii.st.Vadin. J J tit I It d I .,'M"4' i,. i 1"I, \
IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FREE TICKETS \ Inspeiti.isrrcrlnrt |II .. I..!10. 1 1. "I\ XX 'll
N U. :; llnini( n | tltl It :II'1'1'' \ .,'I i iof
/ 1. .1 "'\111I. son, .1. H' l're\att ;.in,,l ".%'. II. tlrif"ti 1 mi' : d.| I "I II ''I'' ,
BLANDING E- 1 I Inspei I 'tor*. I Mii>\\ .1 i..11'I, \< h\ .tin '., Th,"
DRIVE-IN ..r..h.... N.. G 11ierr..*aI i not l I... i.tk. > I'i ', h.. u, t
I I. 1 K. .Childc| k.: .1 I T 1M'\nd. I".1 t I".1" I I till !I.- DE LUXE 8 3-CU-FT
''..\elind Sulln.in and! S. K: 1i 1""I. "I. 111'1 I t I lit"
I! Dedicated To t ',-pe-ti.rs. TKI: \i ''ti-t, r: t bit I I.
Moxics Are 1'rrrliirl 'It. 7 Arw Hi rr1 |i.r Taking: '!I-i I I-">'li, t '.> MAKER

(\mmmnity THEATRE Better 4tw \1 !FYHTBM--, Cik.Cfte| .ter 1.lr"W :. .lbo\I. .. -tb il .1 'I! 10I. '\ t I Ii .
\ -. y.:. I.. Kt-llv and Frank I.rilin I. i I. i the .o .|/1'1 l .n ig ""b. '
Srnloe A MARTIN THEATRE Than Kpr: "on, 1"1'1'--. 't pro. t.. .1..UK'L, t I.. l. l
rrwlnrl >0. .S llr M>ker :L itiio\i. ,I. -. i l I.. .I 1 i.ind- I l. i
-One Mile East t of Starke on New handing lIighwa \\ K HiRham. Jt t"leik. C .1. ''I"'''' -, t r"I' i II' > ,. I I'" ". H | i

\\ v. .V L,.she lt-: ..'ii. .tit and A canxx "It) of \\ | ,
M inn' I lii-|.....torsI 4iK "I.I I 'o .1' d 1>"I'row
BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:43 P.M. I ,\ IM.I.I r of the lioaul: : 1 "f Countyn a pi.it! i,.t'-, i ( "; ,i' I Koad ,
SHOW STARTS 7:13: P.M :i_- '.lie! of 1:1..If"r": County STaT.Lt,1: ': '. i'j 'I':. r
OPEN EVERY NIGHT 1 KAIX OR SHINE 01. s.''pt,'mber .' .\ l P. I 1'CiiI :! It",'?id.i! n."l Ii.it .f I."I n \ '
I t.'!1"1.! ::t'.LI: \ .1 Thomas j>hr t-. Ir. ..f 1 tin I idi\ .;: s .. I
Look for FREE Passes Clerk) ci. mi'! 4'' .nlt 'IIIt.I Con. H ".. I uHth' I DOWN
in Our
Boxes of Delicious, Hot !' I 12! It Cn. nit "f PH. 01.f \\ ''I I :
Fresh Popcorn Children Under I 'da"f" >'I"| '. t 1,1''b. r \ I'' : :
Come 12 Free if with Parents. n I he t ir.nil 4...ur. Of Tin- f.Ulilli.linliii.il I o'i.1..0".I I in lb.|| .if'. i n,. : :: ::: A Y MEN T
Early and See Complete Show Before 9 P.M. I'in-ill Itrmlfwrd ('"mi.v,' I'it mt Conn '11., rt Ii h. I I i
tafJtMtI flnrlda. i4IIft.. ::>:,*, Court tI.."-.. ;ot i.iiro; -\ilb, I ,
I XPKOKP I CU'\TV:, .. political ".'fn-llI. r sad: I '. .lari* ,"n :

Fri. Sat.. Sept. 12 13 I ,..Ii\ I-'J, of th. St.it.. of -'I..i'u1a. mir. ....p"f i ti .ippiais i t Balance on
Hwh) "rd ,
al. the
'. "tinners! Moroiliv Hall d l r i 111!

I Mon., Tucs.-Sept. 13. 16 # l i ". .-ndants liroperAll
I'M r. or tIll I: MSJ I"u'! s to t'" -nit ; 1 Easy Terms
\.>li ic" Of Kiniiiriit: Diiiiiniit I'mcffil- pa I lies III.\l t 'i 1.0\' 11>| I
I inc: lie htaid a' th 'ire t and ) !; ) j

flnQ J'j \ THK XAMKXO:' KY THE Ignated
c"LI TYRONE POWER U'THOIUTY (IF THE STATE It i- fm h. t r oldled" I I !
j FLORIDA Until e lie |.tllill-ll., il 1 oil., I
iKh Hit fell m ( .F
n T > ALL WHOM IT MAY COX- for (","i \\ h ;prir to I., r rI'i'i2
EOXtlllOl. 'f CKIlX. AND to all persons and in I l.'iadfoi-l, ) iunt- \' \ _
!11d04RErith JESSE I JAMESMINIY : I : I p.irtie" haxine ..r l.timmp any :a diilx ipi.il'f' id t n"\\'I'.<
II right title.) i'i'.re-t, &iatsni"rt- n. Itrid'-id t c.nntx!
,. z
IECHNJCOLOI I '.tlp.! sir ..th. r h.'nto or ..n those Witn -- t l | ;, d) -i iaid
,-. rtain I.al..I- of land herei-iaftei '..iu i t Ii n, : (110 i il i
FONDA NANCY KillTIANDOIPH ae SAFETY ile--crineit\ ..tt.I) the follonmK persons he i. .\ II .',:

SCOn UIAN DONliVTA "0.:- '.I.. r with all unknowniicrspti I"FFI.'I1.. :-IF-.H.I \ I
2O* CfMTl/IT.rOX (NCOM l.tinnnK by, through or .tn- i '!t-rk i 'ir., -nit < 't'< I ,

d..r ktiwn' persons who ,4r 5I..l.l.! "f Cmin'x !'' .i
GAS HEATER who are not known t.- t.e d. aj or

Plus "Pluto's lIt"arthruh"artonn .cllH'1 i:Namaid addr----- I >..roth> .torirn TO .\ : ,
i.l.i .1.! 'i. 'n Clrrtiit f-i...r'. lr.. ; 1 CHNICOlO I, You get more for your money 24..95 up I! Hall Hall I I'.t' t..na I'aytona Heach.B. .Fl..i.. h. Florida. ...,..ri..... 'to V'wr.lrn. ...- ) '" Door lu'.r Co"Jio"
nie I Maher! Plamt-f '
with Dearborn-the :.1"10)' i"..11. Jr. Addr.-" rnknown!l m K nKeep' your butter IL\'
world'sfinest ; II :\ .tit l..r. Pefendant .. .
IIghl for "a\tclt
Albert AIl>rlBht.\ 191 :1 Kr\ngt! at.uur. tatv-
WILL SEER CHARLES DRAKE MRS. C. L. MOTT I safest gas heater. More S rs-et. I Metr-.it 1!. Ml' !bl>r.tn.. Ida I-oj! .1.1Me'ritt .1l !1"1.-T. U'1. '!p!'.t..",....r I! ::0.' .prtadjug!
A UNIVERSAL I It F P. Lik.iut1 ', Inside- ,.1! ."Jot ..
safety because its Cool '
amazing Cabinet never gets hot on |da. ) s1 'c A Srd Ax. mi.it' I HI-
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section ::->;;i-:50;; SM'C
I top sides back or bottom can't 1 Hradford Cnunu.Parcel Mn.nx N.xx'k 1 oi,: I
| Flu"Alpine ror00" Cartoon scorch walls, drapes or 229! : ,,1 I''',., !=!r..t. l-r..nx X.\\
No. 2u High t f \\ .tSRP \ :
I Wed., Thur.-Sept. 17. IS woodwork. Safety pilot gives complete protection should : :So :n\ -.it You for ate h.-ris- notified

MRS. S. R. JOHNS, JR. flame be extinguished. More heat, because the Dearborn's I nhd That part land:<.f the f. lliuini, : .J.-! pX-.r. *. < ....t, 'dy ,.r "
uI P'It. a.
i "'ny and
N.rthea't corner -
a.M i NlPOY I leap Yw pvtl pf unique design pours volumes of heat out its louvered front Starting of NM froni of SWH the tf S.., 'in, I'. -.
Sun.. Sept. 14-ONLY ,. $ I reaches the far corners for wall-to-wall warmth. More ''run Township, West 1102 6 South feet, for Itanice point 22! of Ka-I.I I.-'-. i bore x-r-j named Court aeainM and t REFRtGERATQR
are required to

LARRY '..'p'YtELIPAPKS i convenience, because it lights automatically! 'I ginning feet to, Northwest thence continue c-.rn..r We-t..f :NK''of 12" .4. ."-'."iplaint.ur answer on "or-.. Pta nleadm serx-e,ntitrs

M-G-M SW-4 of Section lv T'Wi! -hip!) >
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the trajon'jnot THE South. Rangt :22!: F..a..t : HtS I axx FT, hins 3: !
present AVe-t I d.i-\' ': >" '
: :! feet along
ELIZABETH I Jaskonvil.Ffrsritta.! .
>, unusual comedy .of thi :\Ki' of \\1. >! Piillp f ,! file the oriKin.-il! in
: TAYLOR i I ( SI f' '-t. 'h.... f N >! -.".' f. -v\e\ Clerk ,.r th ';11".
to pt.ii of l.i'Kinninv, : 1 iie P before t''. '
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\ feet erf t"t.. f <-"r\r\: r-- if f. H. d *.\- X '\
SLADE GAS COMPANY i State Road -=-i-- :. -I. 71: r I S -
Plus "Slitk Pup" Cartoon I< i-irvty lint t. e I >.'t! t- r'.. \' 4. ('
"Bungled :..ws- Ifepinnir .:, ," '.' .. .' S I (' Starke
Iiu Bungalow" Cartoon ..CV'.oi of ':1' S 1. ..
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VTTTTTTTTTTTT buses after this. a I II spent Friday in Jacksonville. nit Itivorc for s., i

I I Nellie Wilkinson was in the 1 Those who would like to attend has teen filed against you in the S
I the Youth Fellowship at Bran above named Court and cause and
LONG BRANCHBy hospital a few days last week with i
i j you are required to serve a copy of
blood poison in her jaw. She ford next Friday night please be your answer or pleading to the "
I IAAAA I' at the Pine Level church by 6 p complaint on the Flai'stiff'e
mashed her and it
Mrs. J. L. Strickland a pimple on jaw Attorney. T. Frank Lar. rum,
i became infected. Seems that little m. The new church bus will be Stark-, Florida I FIRST

AAAA AA UAAAAAAAA things like pimples can cause leaving the church at that time and the file Clerk the of original the CircUit In the O"ffii,urt'e on of I

Mrs. W. E. Hall accompaniedby before the I
School started last week and plenty of trouble. j or
: the H. M. McRaes were visiting ( day of October, 1S52:!; :
60< Elgin Lang is home from the I '
we understand there are about Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodmanat otherwise the allegation- hospital, was in the store part complaint Hill be talon ..isM nfi,'- I
enrolled here at Clay Hill. There the Palatka hospital Thursday. "d by :yuu.
time Friday and Saturday. She This notice shall
De ii'iHi-h'-d
two teachers last week ?Ir. and Mrs. A. R. McRae and!
were just ,
1 is very weak and has to go back once each week for four cone' ut \'e :
son Buddy accompanied by Mr necks in the Bradford County TeUgrsph. -- I
but the wife of the principal is tc | every few days for a check up. .
McRaes parents were visiting Mrs Dated this 3 of :: Or.l.'H,
day Etpt
be here this week to teach. Irvin Padgett came to our house
10. W. McRae and children in Jacksonville US!.
Pammie Starling let the school Sunday afternoon for a few Sunday afternoon. I>at.,il thin fi day of A'IK':"' '"J:
minutes and again we got a ride (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Th'.mac,
bus leave him the first day. He i I 1 Mr- and Mrs. Robert Myrick and Clerk of the Circuit Cr.urtFv
tent. Mr. Jones I
with sour of the boys tc to the Mission 11\1 JIII L I'ro"by. l"i I ",-\ ,r.-v: !
Kathy have moved backto .
daughter .
delivered the message after Train I 'j :: ':
practice football and then to look i this section from Lake Geneva
ing Union and we got a ride homeIt
'o'nce'Itl \IMM\H:
tractors, not thinking the
at some here.
is nice that folks take pity onus We welcome In Circuit Court, llrndforil (fount,
bus would leave for awhile and the Florida In Chnnrerr.
and take us too and from sereices Some of the people of this section .
Ethel Stuart. Pl.nntiff, \ i -
bus left him. They
for I sure have been crippled attended the Singing Black Stuart, efendit ,
and low for him. He walked all!
('a-' :N 'i' 'j.N BARGAINS
churl h Sunday
: for sometime with a misplacementof Creek Baptist
the way from Baldwin to Fred : lre To Apprnr.
one of the bones in my left foot afternoon. I To: dames Stuart, whir r' il.I in ,
about mile of home, and
Langs a with for the and address i is: :230-: :: ('..lulI.I i, I 1'.u
Mr. Jones will be us
got a ride on home. We have an i j Alto, CaliforniaYou .
I next three Sundays and he ha AA.AAAAAAAA.AA.AAAAAAAAAAAAHEILBRONN are hereby notified int a
will watch those
idea that he ,
of the Miit for divorce and r Moti.1n i ( flIIaid..n
to act as leader
agreed name has be. n t !1. il
I I Junior Union. We hope the against you in the abo\e n.iiMil -........... .....- _J ,
Court and cause and air required ''
,, Juniors will take an interest and
CASH to serve a copy of vi ir answer -
WILL attend with studied lessons for or pleading to the r"pl'n'l ,
the Plaintiff's Attorn 1.1\ d
i we feel sui e )Ir, Jones will be a I i..n I'.nss. :SOI: Claik Huildint- .1 i I KM., SEPT.15th
For Saw Logs great help. It seems the Junior I \ ill... Florida, and file the > t r''I' '.al OB'I' 15th
but in the offli-e of the Clerk .f It.
AND PULPWOOD i have about lost all interest Th Hfilbionn Home Demon tra- ('IJ'I'lIit court riM or 1.. ful' ,(to' J1' .
1 we do believe Mr. Jones will be a (day of September. t?.".:!; ot'urw.1-', *
tion club held ittegular monthly
TIMBERA i the allegations of aid r' m.l.i'| nt ,
': great help while with us. meeting at the home of Mrs. W I, \\ ill be taken as contest-.d ,l'u\ io ,. _, _

Post Card Will Bring Me i We are glad Indeed to have Mrs C. Clemons Jr. Tuesday. The members once This each notice week shall for four be con--PIII.IIh..d,!i|rots 1:

To See You. Vina Padgett back at church, after made wash cloth bedroom weeks in the Bradford Count\ T. 1e- : -- - >

being absent for a month or more' slippers. Those present were Mrs graph ,' ; .- ,_tf.-P >- 4"i. '
Hated this 22:! day of AIIKII-- :
D. B. 'Dick' Thomas 1: due to illness. Felix Sapp Mrs. T. N. Norman I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J 'r\\:'"i' i-' \
C-|tk of the ''|" ll"' C '01': t LUBRICATION
told that there is a. Mrs. Eldon Sapp. Miss Ross ant1 POLISH
We are i I' Kv
Fla. : )'arlln I. Ci.vi\ ] |ni'i
hawtey; > : ., .
moving picture show on Sunday the hostess. At the close of the J. ;, "

nights at Ella Carter and Bill J meeting refreshments were served 1I'Y AndWASH

'Tanner's store. Probably that ifj I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman ane II Iii4i.i1111'I(1IIlnt\: :n'Itr: or I\TINTIO\" \ \ill:

j where some of our church crowd son Gerald were visiting relative Notice' !i" helel.x JTIMIl. "i' .'I I.'. JOB JOB
.. ,
Aids ltnd.-i' iRMMl. mult'r th. I pi a i
Hearing were Sunday night anyway theyweren't in Jacksonville: Sunday.Mr. inf Chapter :jn.'i-! "; I.a\\' "f i 'I'.
church. Acts of 1941. will regit.rI \\ 'I. "
at and Mrs. Eston Brown weresupper
I Clerk of the circuit! root '. .'',.1
AND guests ofh'. and MrsJ I'( for Pradford .(',,"nO'. !.:Ia'' ..' Fl. J.'

I i, .....TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt C. Sapp last week. ,la: tlpon of this re<,i'iit notit of. |iriiof tin."r t i iI..M I' '.1,1"," .. 'j.'," I I $1 .75 $ $$7v

BatteriesDiabetic I Mr. and Mi-s. Jimmie Gaskin of name of Hardy Rr'.'In) ,rM": '..', '...'" ,
LEVELI pang underhi h'> tt. :al" ru'd'in
PINE Tampa were visiting relatives in business at i I''" Ti mph .1t ,. -
Foods this community over the weekend I Starke: Fla in i 'I',i > '"in. *|"...i"terebted .. 111-.'s' ,.... QJ $

I Mrs. II. :M. McRaeIAAAJJAAAAAAALLAAAAAAAlli Quite a few from this community tolll\V>:

AND I attended the revival in Lawtey "hallo'' I Ii k.,. F' I '

I j jttev. Mrs. Morris Carter who is con third 1'i "'" ( -- ,. ., _. .. .
SuppliesSurgical W. E. Hall pastor of the ; fined to the Doctors Clinic Hospital riithin D--ut.a! 11\1"1",1.J M ,,1 lamj't', r. F.a.: \, :. ::- :,.. '. ,- -' ,---:, : '

Pine Level Baptist Church had at Starke is slowly improv I .1!, 1 r: .n. ,.,ini\, si.UK.t i ii I TTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTVTYTTTTTYTTTTTTYTTTTTYTYYY
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223 in Sunday school this past I' ing. I .' .", 'i.t] .: '.
Sunday. \ I'i I i :' 01 1 i
SupportsAND School started September I1
Rev. Hall, Bro. Alton Dobbs with over a hundred children i J' DISCOUNTS ON TIRES TUBES

and Bro. J. E. Murrhee of Hill- 1.olled.lr. L. H. Flitch is pi" ."1,1

TrussesWe iard returned Friday afternoon I' pal. Mrs. Mattie Ellis, Mrs I.mn... LIJII ,

from Fort Worth, Texas where)! Crosby and Mrs. L. H. Fi.' < i i.

they enjoyed the Fellowship and teachers.Mr. yon Q1'Cplannillg

Rent I business conference. I I'I I r and Mrs R L Mot;:.i'i I i I. BATTERIES & ALL ACCESSORIES

CrutchesVeterinary Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Clough and of Jacksonville were \\ifU>-!nguests !,: I F _

'I family left :Monday for Aiken, S.'' of his parents, 'Mi a new

where they will make then -
C. Mrs. R L. Morgan. --=
home .

Supplies I I home.daughter.Mr.\ and Janice:Mrs. T.left E. for Gordan Mississi-am1 BHS Honor Roll To or any nlhi-r type of 0 C DISCOUNT [ C DISCOUNT

I .. List Top StudentsAn building call on us

CANOVAPRESCRIPTION j Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae were 4 Y
'I Honor Roll will be publishedthis C
\'lsitingIr.. and Mrs. Neil Clem- GASOLINE
year for path six'e..kj; siailing McMURTRY OIL I 1
CENTERnear mons at Lake Alto Sunday. '
adrfseven }
period which will rover RI I : ads
Mrs J. E. Murifreo and son Edward
( hospital) through 12 ,To qualify foi "" ,
oi Hilhard wenvpiUnjj
this recognition each student must BUILDERS
Gainesville; Fla. Mrs W E. Hall Friday. I i I
meet the following requirements
'I t Mr, and Mrs. Robert Mynck I I 1
1 The student must receive pI Ke'Mone Heights, Fla.
-----------. each Iaead I II '

,'mic subject and on Citizen ,
,I ESTIMATES I Call Us At Your

PLANNING TO MOVE? ship. i j I' ('IIEEKFl'LLY (ilVENriioxi

2. No student with an unexcused

Let us do the job for you com i absence will be placed or: Convenience y J

'' pMSruta.tt. lete. We operate local and long the Honor Roll. :

I:; ., distance anywhere in U. S. At the end of the school year a ,, KKVSTO.NK: 3581 DAYKKVSTO.NK And We Will

MOVING certificate of merit will b" pre ,'j 2451 NIGHT /

w www' ,; center to each student who hat, -

U, Phone 311 or 25Q-J 'been on the Honor Roll six tinier .,- / i Pick-Up
I during the school year.

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First Christian ChurchServices f YYTYYYYYTYYYYTYYYYYYYVY1HAMPTON I Parker of Douglas. Ga. sin i our school last week. There r shifts.

wotm XHI Hammond Annhersary r were 66 boys and 49 girls :| We unrk'.ast" week. Most or :'h.. .ill'
sc >
are being held the Mi' / ry proud 1 fvur !nt"\ wellMr' 1 .' .
in and Mrs John E. Hams I'Hampton is still holding its teacher on a success! i -
repu- Miss Martha '
American Legion Hall until the mon t. Route 1. Starke celebratedtheir tation as a boy's town AT: \\ .t.cure '. er gr'att I.' M( _
of her
CHURCHESBaptist pupils are already ., '!! Alderman: \ .
6th < i: d i MIV Hu"- ,
B )11' Urn. wedding : '1'
church ibuilt Bible school at y % \\ llammtindu..u..uu..u..u anniversarySaturday ] The seventh and eighth with her ,
gradt'lgave th
evening at their home ir .I.t i'4.e: hi1: :" i
10 a m. Everyone welcome. Morning a talent Th \I'r.th .
Crystal Lake by entertaining witha show last Fnda> trade! did! splendid! s '" :l the first day "I h

worship at 11, 11:15: am. the afternoon. Practically' every" pupi'in --
--- I ReW.. C. Burton visited! Fry and Weiner Roast these
Lords Supper, Morning message I friends in Lake City for several the Suwannee Rythm Band consisting 1 grades demonstia I ..
I ted .
ChurchThe iI i I r Methodist Church .. at 11:30.: Henry Carter will! I days last week. I of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Finch tertained some the musical other taleand;t.ijes! \ \\<:; ........-...-.....---.....""*...,

First Baptist Church ofj I The First Methodist Church of preach the next two Sundays while Miss Dorothy Ross, Home Demonstration and J. Jackson of Gainesville interesting selections.Mrs. "

to'': Starke cordially invites you to at Brother Swindall is away on vai I agent was a pleasant who entertained. Mrs. J. Jack- Mona Canova. \ 7he} ice
invitation ,
Starke ;
extends an 'caller here Saturday. son of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs o Staik. .Caey s ,r G,2I8mCG
all to worship at the services held, tend the following services of worship I i cation. Plan to be present for W. N. Jackson and children is our new music teacher.v,. ::1' CREAl.? :
Mr. wifh tnOfsels of
and Mrs.
14. The Griffin
on Sunday Sept. Percy of .
very proud that she has ",
The morning
next Lord's Day. i every service. Shirley Bennie Leslie and con-<-t

hour of worship will be at 11 with,( Church School begins There at 9:45 is: every Sunday !I i Prayer meeting is being hehl ir Jacksonville fin's father\ called Walter on Griffin Mrs. Grif Mrs. R. F. Dyal. grandson Gerald.Buddy to help us this year. We are p", -1w cAoco/-di ed
Sunday morning. a Sunday
the Pastor's message, "Grace the homes. This week it will beat : Roark. Mrs. Jessie Chastain anc make every effort to orj.ai : almonOSW !
School class for evening.Mr. in ft
". The Church Choir will every age I t' a junior chorus.1. know".
Enough. | the home of Mr. and Mrs. P, S 'Mr and Mr Wm. W. Hammond "
sing, directed by Mrs. L. A. Can- group. Crews at State Farm. and Mrs Barnett Adam! and daughter Willow Ruth all of our boys and girls can sir.with ?.

ova The Happy Hour service of The Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell Evening services begin with of Gainesville called on11'. and Hampton. i!| Mrs. Canova's h*>'.', we

evangelism begins at 8pm. with' will preach Sunday morning at Mrs. Davis Swindell and the Wig- sure they will d' 'sta-
;, Christian Endeavor at 6:30: Carl Andrews of Winter Haver1!
Miss the eleven o'clock church serviceon gins family Sunday Mr. Adam- work.
directed by LADY
the Chapel ,
Evangelistic services at 7:30.I : visited fiis aunt Mrs. Jessie Chas- .
Aliese Lawson and the piano-or-i, the subject, "The Word of God i I is a former Hampton resident. ;; tain Sunday and Our school vat: ,' ,s h,
will be I Mrs. T. L. Gilmarten Monday.
Mrs. for Today. Special music was or
gan-duo of Mrs. Dinkins and Mrs Mamie Meade ; ful at this timt. Mr H I > enb" ._
At The Tabernacle is spending
; the sick list the
Strickland leading the congrega- | furnished by the Senior Choir with first of the week
of requested Mrs. E. K. Perryman as organist.All i i 1.1 Mr and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and sometime in Brunswick. Ga. &s I our custodian has > I.IM I" '
tional song period The Question "Who Am : I guest of her daughter Mrs.V.. W. attention to the flow and RORDENOhoooIate
and choruses. During young people are cordially son Billy have moved to West .
hymns gospel
this hour the Pastor's message j invited to the Senior and Inter I Bible Quiz during the Tabernacle Palm Beach where Mr. Saxor Hicks and family. I grass on the lawn is-veKi ;y gi I < : ,

I Methodist Youth Fellow Youth became has employment. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs I Mrs. Annie Godwin is assists!]
will be "Why Doesn't God Kill mediate I Meeting Saturday night
Frank Thomas attended churchat Mi". Nets Johnson in the hlll'hroom
the Devil? and will be the third ship meetings on Sunday eveningsat a "battle of brains" between Mrs Verna Young entertained Antioch. Almond
I 6:30. The Youth Choir i her this year. They were mH\
the devil. : provides father George Stich and :
message on [ members of the group with the A t.\o w <-eks Rt \i\al will begs, '' ail lastfek till nut
special music for the Sunday brother and wife Mr. and Irs'' mng ncui'111ill '
Sunday School ants at 9:45 church service at men winning out with the most Ii IiI Walter Momiu evening at !the Baptisi, }: bal.i'iio: 11ll1dw1' the L! .'' ,..ALWAYS m PVEST IN ICE CREAM !
evening C. Stich of Jacksonville j
with Orie Wiggins superintendentin directedby 'correct answers. Chu: h ReB,,'.\e oLakelarn1! dt' !r :\14Iletl1<111111111 \ pett '
7:30. The Youth Choir is Sunday.
charge, and departments and G. Mitchell with Mrs "THE FEAST OF BELSHAZ I \\lll he the Evangelist\ ",t 1' 'nn i .!dl" i .it- IM 'he JtIi.! in ibe round) Burgundy-colore package.C ,
Mrs. T.
classes for all ages. Training Un the organist Mr. ZAR" ( famous Oil Paintng) con Holland Payne, our congema' >>('hual l \,.\\. .i" :11-.1 '.lte5 T'1! Th11.'ro1'u 'n'. .

ions gather at 6:15.: directed byJ. L. J. Green as Sunday evening tinues to attract visitors from ice man, is on the sick hat Thei \\"Ie 11", pup,N ('!ni"l! ,". 11 tin 'h,it ut h'I t'o eat: .1 n t t.\ ,
Mitchell will preach
T. Lawson, with a Union for of I near and far, and are welcomed Charles Davis is substituting! I
on the subject him.
each age group.Midweek by the Sponsors as this fulfills .-

Service will be under Glory. I the wish of the Artist, who desired j :Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sweat of

the leadership of the Pastor witha I, The "Children's Hour" is held that the Work might be a., Gainesville were Sunday guest ; 1 n p m

from the 23rd Psalm every Wednesday afternoon for Testimony to the people of America of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown ;

and mony message a for period all.When of worship and testi all 6 Mis and children J.12 R.under Wainwright between the direction the and ages Miss of of I could phecy the,be and fulfillment given also to how one of Divine, Bible chosen ability Pro-fora !i I were Riley Mr.guests at and High Mrs.of Mr Spring-Colsie and Mrs Sunday Rigdor Johr :i 1:I C Illi I'! H S) n B I J F on U B a 111 .

Anne Cressler. special work. The Artist- Mrs afternoon

Thins ftecome Scarcer The book of Romans is the basis .\mStewart. Fletcherbeing ). Don Ousley, who Is .tats(.ned! i DYNAMIC GOSPEL PREACHING BY

of the Bible Study at the mid healed of bodily disease and giver. in California with the U S. !Navy I

week prayer service on Wednesday Divine inspiration for the work I and who has been on a two week I

evenings at 7:30: during the according to her recorded testimony -' leave at his home in PerM jll!' I I

p month of September. and l that of her Pastor of spent several days last week wit*'

St. Petersburg. I' Mr. and Mrs. Horace Max I

1C Church of God Miss Helen Adkina of Daytona U I I I Iv

Church of ChristCorner Beach spent Sunday with her
Stark--8th &: St. Clair Sts. 10th and McMahon parents Mr. and MiJ GAd. I I

kin, other guests were Calvir
School 10 Morning Bible School-10 A. M. 9 R .
Sunday a.m. Richard and Mrs. Carlisle l Richard : 8 p. M.
; I Worship 11 a.m. Evening Preaching--11 A. M. and 7:30: I Sr. of Alachua.Mr. I SEPTEMBER

b) Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service P. M, and Mrs Fredrick1'att'r. *
and Bible Studyeach
Tuesday 7:30: pm. Prayer Meeting Prayer Meeting i I
c I Ilts Wednesday 7:30 P. M. son were weekend gii'-st of :Mi ,
7:30: p.m. Thursday. and Mrs Archie Eiland in Ho"
rime Law try Everyone welcome. EACH NIGHT v qI x
masassa. I 15th -- 28thI

toTcke x rn1hcautloos Sunday School 10 a.m.forn. Mr and Mrs. :\. L11ne of I I yI i
YPE Serv St. Edward's Catholic .
ing Worship 11am. Fort Myers, were Satur dcv visitors ,

Among the more important ing Saturday, 7 30 p m Rev Richard Lyons pastor. of the M. L Watteonami! I :

things now becoming scarce is Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. I Donald McMahone's

a place to live which suggests 'FRIGIDAiRETHERE'S Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. Donald ItcMahone left Saturday \: '

to home owners the Confessions Saturday 7.30: to afternoon for Ba\ton Tex *

wisdom of taking these three 8-30: PM to return to his ship after) a \.1

extra precautions: Children's Catechism Classes cation with his wikI
First, check your house from Wednesday, 4:00: PM.Presbyterian I )[r. and Mrs JiniinuM: -M I.I'

cellar to attic for fire hazards. FRIGIDAIREMade I hone Jr. of Augusta. S C.. were

Second, be sure you are carrying ChurchSunday recent guests of Mr and Mr:

sufficient fire insurance to only by General Donald McMahone Evangelist Harold B. Bowe Jr.
r School at 9:43.: :
cover prwen/replacement costs. Motors Corp. All other Friendship Class 10 a.m.Morning The many friends of Ralph ,

Third, make your "place to Electric Refrigerators are service conducted at Pearsall will be sorry to hear

Ii ve" protection really complete made by other companiesand 11 a.m. that he is again a patient in the : LAKELAND FLORIDA

I by carrying i insurance cannot use the word Gainesville \lospital his wife and

f t quarters damaged that pays in the by case lent fire.your of temporary home is {Want{ Frigidaire.A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE OIRISTIV.V HAMPTON: rumen not Mrs.Saturday improved.Mr. Jessie, and Chastain. report that visited he him hay I FIRST I I n B.1PTIST\ It I S f nillll'll I r f' lAIPTOl\ 1 (J 1;1 1Lq

Set tit;, agency for complete Please notice the change in the and Mrs W. M :Manning1

intutance service ? ? j time. of our services. of East Wauchula and Mr and

Sunday School meets at 10 a.m.. Mrs.[ N. O Manning of St. Petersburg
THEN SEE Regular church service at 11, and spent Sunday with Mr and!

H. C. Wall AgencyConstant Training Union at 6:30 p.m. fol i I Mrs T. J. Perry. ,. .
..:.J i
E. H. SMITHTenth lo'eiby\ the regular church service I Misses Norma Joan and Connie 'c'..L' "

Service Over at 7-30: pm Brother Johr I Ssveeney were Thursday night sup. ; ':;. '

60 Years- and Temple Ave. Childress will be bringing the per guests of Mr and Mr Fred Inspiring Song T Church Air-Cooled

Please morning and evening messages.The Dodd in Keystone Heights on Sunday I '..... ) .<.. ,.
Phone 116 Starke, Fla. theirguests :: :: ': : '
t weekly prayer meeting is or. the Sweene\'s had a- Service Each Nite ; )
Miss Hi Ramo of Gaines-; : :: b
Wednesday nights at 7:30.We : I ? \ : : For Your Comfort

would like to have you at ..' .
I I villeMr. ? '
and Mis E. D Allen enter- t
service. Come
each and '
every For 45 Minutes : :
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. praying and study God's word with tained Allen family reunion at f'r...}.t;t;.:(: Nursery
Starker .
7th Open Each
liS. their home Sunday Sept h.:;..: ..) ..

r ___ __ r __ # I Ii I Over 100 were presentIt..v Your Favorite < ." -

Lewis D. Haines Pastor i \\'OODLAUITNT fllt'HellI were from Tallaha see. lasp. i' ,
I I Gainesville. T'Uatk.i! Night For
Jacksonville Your
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town I f
of the Woodlawn
: pastor and Tampa. Hymns
__, #(PHOXES# [ [ i: Office 2:11;} < Pastorium 130 I( Baptist Church is happy to announce I Mr and Mrs. A. F Ailen: : of

#- -- I a wonderful tim* at both I Palatka were recent guestt t' .hand ConveniencePlenty

Morning: Service "(.'race Enough" services this past; Sunday. I Mrs Vernon Stade Choir Specials 1 1 f

Everyone is cordially invitedto I Mrs Louise Mamie and SOP

Evening Service "Why Doesn't l Cod Kill the le\51?" worship with us. Sunday Schoolis I I Charles spent the we'ken.'It! !- Of
Solo Duets z Free
10 a.m. preaching at 11 a.m I Jacksonville. .
flees---#-# #-# friends in
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SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A M., 8:00: P.M. I land, Sunday night at 7:30 p.m.'with I Mr. and frl.Y.. F. Tu ket! am1 I

Sunday School 9:15 A.M.-Training Unions 6:15 P.M. ,! Wt'dnesdanight services at family. AIrs. J. D. McCullomh! QuartetesTruly z'. .<,: d ; Parking Space
MID-Il'EEK SERVICE i 7 :W and T. L. McCullouch of LvvOak :
WEDNESDAY, 7:15: P.M. .
Pastor of :Mi I
i A. G. Flynn. Supply ( were Sunday !guest: ; :


: SPKCIVL \lTls.M: -- A RealSmgspiration '
,.. family. ,... y EveryoneInvited
Mr. and Mrs J. Foi-\the" t <" '" t k
services for A y.. :
Special Baptism .
tertained at dinner Sund.u :Mi
H Edwards of Fairbanks will beheld : .
and Mrs Lester McCullni u '
Sunday Sept H. at 2:30: p.m ., !
and l Mrs
family of Palatka. Mr
Where CanSubsidies at Hampton Lake All relative i
Ernie Southland and faltll yaRd
and friends are invited to attend '
Mrs David Southei.ai.il l an.

? daughter of Lake Butl.n11,\ :Mr I
rKNTKCOVTAL 1I1JI.1X.:01.: .
John Knight andr >i
.,. (9lt'LCllSur.&tiv and

< 4
,,", School 10 a.m. here.Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Perry itu':\ ,-
#. :l .Jf business' Morning Service 11 a.m. family visited Mrs Perrv's mot"
3 :: your subsidized and I
*" am Evening Service 7:30: p.m. er, Mr Cowan at Gaines lIt Song Leader :ind Soloist Harry B. Welch
tppaying: for,it through taxes, why can't my Prayer Meetings: JVednesdaj I Sunday.

.....J business be subsidized too and you pay sight 745; p ni. Saturday nigh. !I Rev. Robert Gray left Mmd.t\' J1K'O\viIiF; I H v

your share oUt. ? Ifcue one subsidy leadstcTarjother. 7:45: p.m.Cllt'CCII. I I for Lake Wales to attend t'v
.' of a former clis-mat-
} .& ;\ wedding
01' jRsr: CHRISTOF I of Jacksonv.lk: .
\ ** ?" Homer G. Lindsay
Every cj7subsidy Infects a new rigidity LATTFJi: I).VV SAINTSMasonic I II I Mr and Mrs. C. C Hill of Pi

.I into the uonal Park visited Mr Hill's ne
economy dislocatians'Uicrt'ieacl mona
Ii IiI Don Hill and family SUM!
t .tstW, Rigidities.. What P-indav School every Sunday phew.
will happen th.enGoverpS ? .."/ *.. mornms::; 10 a m Sat jme'it Serv-. i I
/ day.Corp.
Frank Nazworth. I!oi. '
: : '..M 6 30 p m A cordial' invitation | ,l> Piano and Organ x Hear The New BaldwinAccompaniment
base st Greeil '
enl\ic'Jntb l.be Air Force
> < : son
; complete, teethe ;.3 tided: to all. :
buaineae'cnicl'fi&ajibi II i S C. has a ten day lease and i ic
>strtfCturB bore < Eva \;:tl'
mother Mr : .
his ,
chaotic cpul 4 '% B<8* K vend. I OF INTEREST I I visiting -
-"'; : .'...-.:.,:.. I worth and famil h Electronic Organ
Liberties." too f' ., t 2 : t 1%' > 'j:\; ADDRESSESi Ii I Ii S-Sgt. Roland Nazworth Mi

-' x .vn; .f. .,.,<:'., i tine base at Paris Island -p{>nl .
.. ", .. !... '.. Miss Helen Adkins. ,,, Western' :\n"' ( 4,4
/", ill"'.- f' "r.... /., *''< ?*'. i t re the weekend with his mothei r Each

A Peopl..' That lose Their Ecoito I'nion. Daytona Beach Fla. 'I II II family a1.'Io), another we'kp--- B The Pastor i" .. --- Night
." .,ies I C. L Brady. 912 :\. Mills >t. <<" Mrs. izworth w .i. San y
Win in a .Short Time Also Lose :ctTil.. 1 Orlando Fla. guest '
Religious and Political 'Freedom! -r Mrs R M Joftn! !! on. 2505C COUftTCSY:

Curtis St.. Tampa Fla. L Y4? 45 Reynolds Piano'CompanyOF

Capt. F. M WHhami. tf OS De- BUylPULPWOOD
.t/se-Your Bank Champion o/ Youi/Libeities. Ridg fensf Wing.IV O'Hara: Fvld. Park I I .: :i JACKSONVILLE

Dr. J. M. Hembree. 3S7 West

Sth St.. Columbus. OhioPvt. Jr I

Robt. F. Moody. US5316222. *- :
: : Co. B. S21st EAB. 3rd Pit '

t ti Ft. Lecuard'ood.. Mo. ': CONTACTC. Orgnist Sob Gray

\V T Murrhee. SA4155W.1
lllembtr Florida //alfonal group

twee t-'SS Amietam Fighter Sqd 51' Whitehead Arts 10:31 -- elletie en titorD! ;irsus (i Ihnst utd!) \anon >;lnlt! >Sr !aneD"
I i! YF-'l. 4: i Gunner Div are

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Feed Seen This Year I! shortage in has widespread already been reflected of- Hot Weather AbatedBy _- ------ -
Acute Shortage ; dumping Bird Hunters Have --- -- --

j I cattle on the market in lemit First N'Easter ; Age Rings On Tree Provides Decisive HAZEX TlLYXliNOTM: ..

!1 weeks. causing a general pru-e de 1 sincerely appre.' .. ',

Fanners Planting Grazing CropsNorth | dine of from two to foui cents Ten Extra Days August Rains Up vote given me in the r ,

j per pound. North Florida felt tht Clue In
Chasing Co. .
I effects of this rush of scare-sfllmg Alt'i-'iifjh: Mil doesn't begs!! ,fMI Clay Timber Thiefs Tuesday and I assu :

Florida farmers whc for maximum feed utilization if because after cattlemen had gull r 'i.Uuntil September :!3. Flu will continue to -ei\e I
52 I
have suffered heavy crop losses it is to be olved.. |i ted the markets in Georgia. Alabama During Shoot .' n.lians I got relief from an unus S mi.-thing n-..\ In the line of liter having first veiif.rd that I courteous and fair n.a-v: .

as a result of the unusually dry j| It isn't so much the damage and other drought-stncker iially torrid summer when a coo' crime detection was brought tc the logs were those hauled by the future as I have .11.\! ., -
summer face a serious feed problem caused locally by the drought. al ''states, they began hauling their "Waterfowl hunters of Florida front moved into th' slate last light recently when Sheriff John 'I suspect. do n: thea; -' )'al\: ivol.

: cattle to North Florida markets J P. Hall and Deputy Sheriff .
O. B. .
during the coming fall and I though dry weather did curtail the ; will have 10 ext a days this year week dropping the mercury intc Green I The trio then headed back for \ >tt .1':.1 i iuppoit
I here of
making an over supply County tracked
winter a problem that will require I field corn crop by a possible 2(? i for the shooting of dUcks. geese the comfortable cool 70's and low down a timber thief the Jennings timber tract where \: L > I .1
resourcefulness and measurer i The Agricultuie Experiment I &O's. The sudden by matchingup
| per centbut the drought hit change in the found that at least
and one
Station and the Extension Service coots according to the migratory age rings in the stolen log LEWIS
,1 | weather was attributed their cuts THAXK> \ Ol F !iiI ,-.
__ hardest in Georgia and other near to the I was a perfect match I
at the University of Florida bird regulations establi.-hed i iI I. with the rings of the stumps that feel ..
hi" '
j first greatly
by states where local cattlemen t'I, northeaster of the season I for stump top. so their next : .1
::'have been accustomed to obtain I are recommending that farmer?. by the Federal Wildlife authorities- rather than to the squally disturbances -I were left in the woods The coinciding was to cut a round from that been re-elected *h
Television and during September I \ rings offered evidence that particular low
Tips oats rye I "
cotton seed meal. peanut hay. and plant and released by the State Game reported in the Atlantic'some j stump. townsmen to a ;'
,i I was conclusive and
and October in order tc resulted ir City Council ,.
other supplemental highproteinfeeds. and Fresh j 1.100 miles south southeast I I In the and t-n. i\ '
Water meanwhile
Commission.The the '
By I the conviction suspectedI
feed of the timber thief i ''1
help with their problem that T -\ ,
of Miami. I j > ': tmiif H k
: Properly fertilized and plantedoats season for ducks geese am' Sheriff Hall said that the timber had been arraigned in Greer. !' partial'!; ,
: b.' '
e '
This fear of an impending feed- Since the middle of May. residents Cove Springs and I -
CHARLESSMALL and rye will produce good coots opens NoIi., five day theft came to light when Bryan -I pleaded not the eon!. ... an.! >. .
of Jacksonville !
and vicinity guilty. When he learned
amounts of feed for livestock eailier than last year, and ends I Jennings owner of a large of tLr all tin:' ->
I have experienced one of the hot damaging evidence
had beer
tract of timberland Middle-
on Jan. 10. five days later than near I '
: 'h'le the field corn crop f- .
test summers in history with gathered against him.
GRSOLinE"GOSSIP"By the 1931-52 closing dat Shoot. burg complained that someone however i
I ? : i'' .pointing no one knows yet ing will begin at noon of the opening temperatures frequently in the had illegally cut ard hauled away he reversed his plea and acknow.

how the peanut crop is coming high 90's and even topping the I ledged his guilt.
of his trees.The .
I' day for all three jpe"ies.Vit cypress W. C. T. U.
"Shorty out. except that it will be smaller 100 mark at intervals. l )
Timber thefts
the daily hours thereafter beingone sheriff. accompanied by I of this kind; \ aiI <
SUCCESS usual. It is certain. however The U S. Weather
L' I than Bureau station -
half-hour before sunrise to one Deputy Green went to the sceneI I common in this area but Sheriff -- .-

19 MUCH BETTER THAN I( that what peanuts are pro. hour before sunset. : at Jacksonville reported !i I! of the alleged theft and Jennings, I Hall says they are usually diffi ,, TIlE ('cnulIrnt: : oj nil-
i duced will go further in fattening: around eight inches of rainfal' I!
A BIQ FAILUREIt for Day's bag for ducks will be pointed out where the group of i i cult to track down since in mo!- t I EOVrilVN r\KI.I\MKM OS
minerals are
I pigs if Therefore it will be four. only one of which may bea inches in August which is almost three .,, trees had been cut. Acting purelyon I cases the trees have been haulec" HYGIENE .\NI) UNN I-- II \-
stock. than the !
the normal
suspicion the officers turner" distant points where ritorosEu THAT TOT \I. HU>
woodduck: for 3 Canada Ito they cannot
to have plenti. geese. 'I .
especially' important inches for the same period.
I minerals available and 3 Blue: and coats 10. Possession their attention toward a Doctor I be traced. The sheriff said IIIIUTION SHAM Hr I I\TR>
: ful upplies of The early part of the summer war Inlet who to have
ed.I limit will be two day' man was known however. that timber owners air nrcED: IN EcjvrrTHE
while peanuts are unusually dry. although this sec hauled of the
I has shown that: bag for ducks and one day's bag some logs out neigh. I becoming more alert now due tc ( INTEKNXIHiN: "ItlP
off Research tion of Florida did not suffer from
I minerals while feeding for geese and coots. the high price of lumber theI :-.' TEMI'LXK: )
pigs that get drought conditions such as were f traced his truck to Kings I
i hey days and
I many of them ale taking ruoM \ .
weighton of \ rioi
more Ben L. McLaunchlin. director "I."IIU\I
on peanuts gain experienced in other parts of the ley Lake where they found that
eat than pig the Game Commission said thai extraordinary precautionH.. TlO"I I"- I
[ the feed they Southeast. Most north-central!
had sold The officers
he some logs. that
urges they report sm-h, tliett1to -
I for bird*
I uoih.dup" that do not get minerals. hunting the migratory Florida crops had been harvested:
"An don't say get went to the pile of logs ands the proper authorities :at t th
wait 'too long tc would be allowed every day. lie before the div weather set I
n. >
on the job! | Farmers who warned all hunters that a luck wed some short pieces from the earliest possible moment in "r'l"\ t1mNOTICE
feed '
their supplemental maycome end of several of them 'to
F buy stump facilitate tracing the
.I I log-
short. it is predicted. A I stamp is necessary for taking !
up -- - - --
.\ regular <'hang" of oil in your terrific demand will undoubtedly ducks and geese County Cattlemen I -

car will as-sure )Oil of manymill"t develop later in the fall. and there Other Federal rfgiilation! for Brailey Odham 'Sues I Following the weiner toast an.! t

> of drh ing! pleasure. :1 I may not be enough to go around the taking of migratory bird" Duval McCarty Club :accompanying refreshments man Wei ish t lo annoimie.

apix-ars that were(' going! to I Therefore early buying is strong. are: shotguns' mut be plugged tr Plan Barbecue I games were plaxed during the our many friend,. and

make big success too. Satisfied evening.
a YYYYYYYrVYYYYYYYYTYYYYLBBY 3-shell capacity the use of rifle
I Ilv recommended. J. Brailev Odham. unsuecesfiil patrons hatu. Franklin
customers will do just thU- I is prohibited and the migratory On Sunday Don Ray's mother
:I Wise farmers are planning nowto I Candidate for governor of Flo- H. Rogers: and wifo. Kslher
crop birds may not be taken within one The Bradford Count v Cattle has Mrs. Robbie Shaller.
plant temporary grazing I I ida. filed a $250.000 libel enteitamei1at H. Rogers han purchased

I'arlthis month to provide minerals half mile of any place where salt men's AssoFiationill sponsor suit against the Duval County I a family dinner for her son. the Hood SepticTank co.

Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed i Sales & Service for their heids and to useevery or feed that may attract such barbecue Sept. 25. at the pits ofI i McCarty for Governor Committee. I Those attending were Mrs .1 in-: and will continue operating(
distributed the
I means available to get ful1I birds i i. placed exposed Container Corp. of Americaon 1 i Odham charges a circular pub-
at the I Brown Godwin and son, Jimmy. of under the same name til -
situation scattered or present road between Graham and
I feed. The Ik-hed and circulated
iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfA AA A A J utilization of by the comI -
I to be a serious I any time within two weeks priorto Brooker for all the county's cattle. mittee State Farm. Mr. and Mrs. BiP!
RADIO & TV i this winter is going i I shortly before the May 27j I Hood Septic TankCompany !
i Kaiser Frazer HenryiI one. but farmers who plan in the open season on such birds.Previous men. j second primary in which he was.l I Tilley and son, SLeven Miss Rita

Sales and ServicePh. I DEALERSHIPTemple I advance and take advantage of Federal rules gave Florida -'I Maurice Edwards Jr.. presidentof defeated by YcCart .. was "delib- I Robertson of State Farm and Rob j

239 Starke Ave. Ph. 32 research results will come nearer a state-wide split-season for the county cattle group has eratelv. maliciously and willfully" I bie ShaRer

I solving it than tho e who do not. taking doves. Oct. 1 to 1.1. anc" issued some invitations to cattlemen distributed with the "malicious' II II I And \\ ill give i t the 'arne :

- - - - ------- I I with of the I I J.\W-oOX 1H.XliS'OTEJ S efficient service.IA'ATIfl.
Dec. l.r; to 29. a daily bag county and all cattlemen intent to destroy the reputationfor I 1 :

I Stolen limit of eight and! a marsh her. are invited to attend. honesty and integrity" enjoyed I wish, to thank my many friends \

I Cigars I season: from Sept !1-:> to Nov. 13.with President,* of the adjacent county by him throughout the state. I who showed their confidence in meat : ON ,\

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Van's Cole I ITi: birds piMinittcil each day groups have also been invited The circular entitled "The Florida the polls Tuesday by electingme : South Main :St.\ across i:
\ In to the
of Coun
I City
and Cushman S. Radebaugh. pres. I Post, purported to maintain I Railroad) from :Slot\ k\ ard. :

Break-in; NEWS ABOUT i Meat of the Florida State Cattle !! that Bob Venn who originated Od- I to cilman. I will do my honest best (;:l nes\ iIIl'. Fla.

:: Through men's Association has been invited ham's unique talkathons was a I always merit yourunfidenlc \

ZENITHRADIO I SERVICE MEN as honor guest. 'front man for Arthur "Mickev" I land trust. and I will be glad t. I T. O.) Iii\ :M I I'hon '"_ I \

I Two lightning fast sailors dresSed Robert St'-finelli: son of Mr I During the group's monthly McBride and declared Venn "own- j'discuss m.itteisf: tli. pnhl.! .'. <(< ;"inl'Silil' l'ia.IUIPHLIIJ1 :
escaped from"an's tpn'slllh t you .it .mMi'ie: ,
their whites Brailey body and soul. and that jI
in last I
with andIrs.. Ileiuy Stefanelli oftarke. meeting Friday night. they Erl 1..1.\ ,'
Cafe early Labor Day he was bought and paid for by the 1fII1W
recently volunteered for heard Dr. O. F. Goen of the University -
boxes of cigars when they tainted of McBride and his
and four Navy service and is now takinghis of Florida Extension Division money .
discovered by the paper man Continental Wire Sen-ice" \
were talk various anima' .
I bQOt training at San Diego. on -- -

Sales Televisionand making his morning deliveiies. Calif. Later he will study electrours diseases. 1! Odham added in his < oi>!i'i.i-ir! \ \: 9 PieceBedroom

The eatery located adjacent, to I of the suit. that he U not inlet h'
i I / at one of the Navy schools Dr. Goen. a specialist in anima' \

Service the Greyhound biu station on He would appreciate hearing frorr husbandry work told the danger ed in getting any money fnui', i < I

.e___,pptrrppflppflpsrSrflfletflrrflatrSSSS, Temple Ave., was broken into by hi friends at the following ad- signals, results and cures for five defendants for himself and ,* ,",. ,'

I two sailors about 5:30: a.m. on d-Jss:! : P.obert Stefajielli EFSN of the stockmen's most dangerous donate all he receives above < Group

221 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 1 Sept 1. according to the sheriff'soffice ( 52-0S03. USNTC. San Diego 33 diseases to their herd. tual expenses, of the Miit to : \

'Ca'f. : Ogllized }Flolld i hi llltles, \
I undulant fever
He discussed

Florida Times-Union representative Willie Padgett. son of Mr. and sometimes known as Bangs disease ONLY129' j
flSSSSflflSS fl fleflea p
in town. was delivering his Mrs. V. A. Padgett of Clay Hill : Black Leg: Shipping Fever: Mrs. Mamie Griffis i

I Antrhax: which is now moving '
I construction \
morning papers to the differentStaike is now serving with a -

business houses when he squadron in Alaska. He writes around Polk and Duvnl Countiesand
I in the West Palm Beai hareas Phnnl' (; -- Starkt. Fla. 1 95
hear! weather
Same al'I'OS'an's Cafe and that he appreciates the 82 Was Pioneer
and toma..hl''urms.
: :
Uic the summertime butit \
some noise lIIsi
I waitresses had already arrived for gel a little too cool for comfortin

the day. Lapp tried the door, but the winter. His address is Willie Feel Broke? 'Cause :t.lisIamie Bio\\n Gurus "..
MAIIY II You left two Quarts ofri.utiKii.tr TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT }.j
TrU\"I.arl'nl. Kinis.liat MATTRESSES it was locked. Padgett. 505; Const. Sq.. Tok Cost Of Living Is \\'IlIoof the late Enoch ( Jrit'i I' j L

at hou-c l h)' miatakt Know Alaska. of f
At that moment not-ced Junction. I i Lawtey died suddenly Fnd.u! '. h.HiU
\ou won't want to l'<* withouttlirni
OF ALL KINDSRENOVATED At Record Peak afternoon ; follO\, L4P"4TJt1I I lIed
for lonit. I'It'a>* pu-k up.I two sailors hopping out a A'Lidow Jr. Sept > If ,: 'I -
Robert L. Brown
Staff Sgt I
cot a nuartii-\ week at Farm brief illness, LI
at home
her on l'liig- &
Supply -Sylvu: on the south side of the building RobertL. ,
I HuiinA. Auto USMC son of Mr and Mrs. The ( o-t of Ih'IIIgas measured l Lake. -4'--J I \'anil
and seconds later hear their ,car ley I
with the
FOIt SA1.K-: ---Sweet Y-'llow Lupine Brown of Hampton by the government reached a new
>....11. lI.ury IllJlKo. new rrop crank up and move Ii Hto TempleAve. First Marine Aircraft Wing in record high last month. A native of Bradfoid County. I ('best

IVnol.i IJahia & r.-rtified.. .. jumping the nearly 2 ft high kt'ethe Mrs. Griffis had spent most of her i .-
Soiithl.ind <>at ,."'" .1. liny early | Iy Korea where he helping The newest consumers price : : I \'anit Bt'OI P PI It
curb. l life at Lawtey. She was born )
liefiirf p r I.-.s KO up I Sd drving i Marine flyers chase the MIG9
.0;. leaning -7. \\'. Ilaiiullo'i. FURNITUREReuphoktercd I i index reflecting the cost of food
tfilJNl'INK A* it was ear)) it the day Lapp Sgt. Brown is withe Group 12. i Jan. 4, 1871. Her parents weiche 1 Mattrek.
1ri..ker. Fla. other "
shelter and consumer -
and could not see the license number I clothing t late David and Kiziah ( ;I.oel'

I but believed car to be eithera V. of Starke item as of July 15 moved Brown. .-.--. .
I : I I idia Foi itiov.i .\z. ""- > IlefinUhedHASTINGS thi SFC Robert Turner ... 1 Springsttl
pIi nt. 1ft m I :! in. 12.- ,'a'h. Well Kaiser or FdZl'f completed processing for relief to 1908 per cent of the 1935- Mrs. Griffis was .1 membt-i <>'
rooti-t, and hralld.I.I.al..a cuttinerv MATTRESS CO. .
Van Patel i?owner and operatorof from active military duty at thf 1939 average. the Chumi Kml.. I Bed Sprt'ad
Sill. 100 for $1 I :2.1 r.imellui H 230 Baptist oi I \ 4
<>\: Palatka, Fla.
.laponiras. 11) to I 12: in. :3r:><- ( the cafe. Center. Ft. Jackson It was 1.2 points higher than
Separation Lake. :
ea.'li PiiMaRe 1'.i.I.-'I.I'r.! 'I' AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j :2 Pillo" .
II S. C., recently. He is one of the June index1 and 5 per cent .
Azalea CardetiM ;nnl NurseryI'auline l.ir j. n. ODOH. jit. I Surviving are two daught.Mrs. :." .>< M t'
Karl. 'ulliiis\ !P.or.arleion \ !;;". II'H"tHn FHP Awards Three | l.SOO men discharged from serv higher than the level of January pt
Fin tfi I I Jessie Griffis Wootei: ;
('ATTI.K AMI HOGS ice each day at the nation's six 1951; when price and wage (controls ,ilj', .
Lake and Mrs 1 I'-u'
!ii.is: Kingsley I
I-'I PJf. mdividil.il t" ....Ialoll.h! ilf.il- ;;I l.ftr Oak I'.neh U . tTshiii for Maskey) Harris farm In I.... .:....h 'I'hiir..ihi) -- I. Hine Tampa : OIU'Ion :
toHchinery .i in llradford Tountyand I i, finiiieKtIlle Ia..b l'rlila Three P'adford County persons Harvey C. Raley.) yeoman 3-c The increase continued a steady Griffis of Lawtey; one blot !".' ,-.
\iiinit) If int.-.ir.ted write, : five months'climb in the cost of1living .
Allen 46l".> InoX A\e Ja..k -,,"- I were awfded temporary or restricted USX. son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel : O. L. Brown of Starke: and t. COMPLETEBED

\ HId fur details. 3t{> !S'12: :!'i 1'ItlTI"T YOn I'rotecto!SKCL'P.ITIESFireproof State drivers licenses L. Raley of Rt. 1. Starke. has reported l for moderate income city grandchildren and two t !I"
Security Box families ;
KOU SAI.K Two-story home. S lieautiful. larRe. heavy duty steel Tuesday by Highway Patrolman to Washington D. C. for grandchildren.

roomssith\ C hathrooiiis" and 2 I I 0.5 plus tax Bradford Gore nw examiner formerly looatej assignment there with the Naval : Funeral services were h,-Mth M ROOMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

mall kitchens .\ Mtiall rottaKeon .1 I"I Telegraph tf : 1 .
prenusfH 1 l.l.-k fr..m toun' ir Ocala I Communications Division He ha? Recent Births ; DeWitt C. Jones F d' .

Iteat-onaMe. llarKdin for rash.e 1 RrnOKT-MI.VDKI> I'.ride Gore gave Miss Ruth Glisson. been in the service since Oct. 4. Home chapel list Sunday at :: ; .. ::4- : .,
< Stroul I II"il Instate Asrent or -100 lngractIVidthiig Inxita-I Mi and lira Richard V. st. -J
Rev. W.
T. Walters of 1..1'
wrhI Kted I lulls ; 1913.!
,11" 12J K riiltrslty on fine i r.itf-c.nt-nt paper is a temporary drivers license
. \ Ave., ilaineivill.Fla: I only SIIIIBra.lr."d! County and rshall V. Prescott, 15 of John of Ocilla Ga. announce the presided with burial in the f.m! .

41..111 !I :!ti TeleRraph tf Harold K. Lennon. Q.MSX. birth of a jon born on Sept. 8.Mr. > plot on Crosby Lake cemetery
Highlfld a restricted drivers lic
\Ar.\NTKI:' Ot.n1u.ue nu' -.. orliielisei I IBei'iniin USX. son of Mrs. E. Lennon of and Mrs. Jess Build of ;
RADIOS ense. Ar-
) pra ,llr.ll 1 fur &;eneiallutv 1 REPAIRED 124 Pratt St., Starke. has just returned ;
II." IOIM <"lriio llo"|ni.il. E. North 16, was Jacksonville announce th. birthof Boy Scout Troop 70 |
til MaLes i 4
301 \V. full St Starke. F1.ttf \II MixirU I Illrnmiunhle to the states from an eight a daughter. Patricia Gail. or.Wednesday
Hinruen; xnnrantee/ giver a license for use with his
('M \S. .. months tour of active duty inater Honors D. R. Tilley i
FOP SM.n nt I.ive Oak Fla near silKIMIKKIi: I 1 I moto scooter only. Sept. 13. in St. Vin-
70.1 W. Call s(, srnrke IMi. :::19 | -
off the Korean coast.
'ho..lHt"'r S.indvvii h, llaniluirtrer
cent's Hospital. Mrs. Budd is the
TB patrolman is in Starke at
& Itoutthnut Mi..|> 1\), n. itll the Fourteen members of Scout
Lennon is Boy
I I ITutilJ.y now on
i FoP nJ.XT-r-'lIrlll: former Sue Middleton i
>% termDiiltiR, gi"..I lui.,.ine4owner and apartmriit with private bath (lot afternoon and light aircraft carrier U.SS. Ba- granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs troop 70 gave a weiner roast last
uihe' to let .Vivlinker ] oltl xxater. elf. trir refrigeration Thursday
*' in lo\fn lhi.".- :1-4-K., )0.\ ,...tt.:11:: Washington rcofling for exams. Applicants, taan which has just returned to W E. Middleton of Stark Friday evening as a farewell party

I.i\o Oak or \\ "itt I1I1Y I'nn-i'ii.: acio.sM from M'hool. Itp San Diego. Calif. i i for assistant scoutmaster. for
1 a\3f pick up_ the drivers handbook_ ,, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crnwfon"
l.iviCUV H.k..n ,, .
U>.1 : l'on | The Bataan has been operating Ray Tilley. who left Thursday; t. .'
-Quiet.e tful. ("-'m. in the office during regular hours. announce the birth of a son. Pat
pnl: .\l.f-7-rll..m hoiw uln-tn.- \ (..rt tbl.-2 apt aJK>inin ,.r 3 ia Korean waters with the famed further dutwith the Navi' 4c'r: _
rOom ai-h. Kleo'.riikit... i Edward. on Sept .> 111la.chua'. I
IIah running
nnlr. v Hit .. g..4<< I'i-di. 'Iiitnrke. llef'-r.. K
Imjirovt'J Und. fin.' 1:11'\ -il General
PuineaM si.M'v iv :.toi: 1 ..ihmuJlj $ take. left han-1 dirt ri>ad Brannen Reunion has been working aboard ship ara Ho-pital. held at the home of lStevens ,' I

'nil> .... dvnt road) at bridge on Call Mr. and Airs. Mack Futch ,
s n.rth i>f 5>'.lr1.>> Pri.It.OOO. announce on the ;.
Blanding i
QM signalman. and has been r. ttion
< '"h prrft'rrfdi to St for ahout. I mi. to mv virii at ,r\t Mt. Zion Oct. 5 iJ .
Mrs. Kvrirtt Johns. l*..\ <7i:;. 1..114,1.. of road. )I'r!'. (:11'1'' i aboard the same ship for the past the birth of a daughter on Kmg-le\ Lake

""II"l'a 4 Via or phono "rl.) .- WynnlllS.. tf i 17 months Linda Joanna on Monday Sept I _
::* tip 10 '. The Eranren family reunioni 'nTICI1 '
10 'PoUt
FOP. l J.IT-I..H:;; c.impleflv 1"1' ; I S. in Alachua General Hospital! '
::11 be I In OrrnK Cnnrt. Hrailfcrd (', .
)held .on"
at Ml Zion I
}'Olt _\1.10'- elf..trie 10"1..,,. I .nihMl hoii,-. Key''.IIn. H. ,.:ht'-| Baptist Befur her marriage Mrs Futch Florltlai, In C)">nrrtr- _
t.",f..lrio riowcr I h"t.Itl'r h...iti i >ii P.im.kKn !..ik.. RVitru -t.\i-". J"hnrth i better known as SWift Grinding Service wa Miss Ju.inra Williams of Lake, William T: H.IT'laint'f:
and Phone
..I i 4 ral>'u hut.he.*. 4"> "rl\- r..flllrrr\I..r 't < |;JVeek Church I Nat h. r Ti.1: 11"1'" rJ 'f"J.u,: 4 .
I .1.ii k"nrn I tile I\ or wp'e Mrs Thrfiw on Sunday. OctIl ;o Bullet .. ,
w.iu-r-rv; >ami f >c>i1>'r* 1 oil h >.U- For Co. Farmers -
er. J platform r.vkt-rs Ra"*lin.. .-r. n..\ -.:.211.Jai!t k.,,"\ Il.i'L, II I* relatives and close friends of ,..11.." T.. \pt>..r. _

ni..t..rrf., 1 nw Miliar' tan Carl j tf.hir I I IIhTSK tncle Ben Brannen Now T". K.>'h>riii.- 'II.( v. lIU2', I _
invited AvailableBill ___
are _
'ht-arcr :2'-. ..>il.. >.i \ "n r S. I teIItend Former Co. r-. d'-m .- arid 1 :> I I'o_ 1.1 ,', L--- :
''M. "I'I'; | ;iMit: rtradfift! Furnituref'Tp. yoil I IlKXT I Inuuire .5r -v- and bring a basket lunch I Agent, '. -sini...pY" .;.OI lift _

._ Up ___h.uin: I'"" Station tf ,sinner will be served between 12nd Eigham and M I>. Htrrell. Class Visit Farm 1 1Bigham's !.'.it f..r" are her"'.> I. -I Jh.it ,. I $39.95 : :; : __
\\XTP.n .. I, 1 p.m. both of Brooker. announced this 1ur
TY : \ --Kurni h- J'4>R SAl.K-Hrtuse trailer t heap I r I

..il apt "rrt>i\).. '.> LI" I.-v M .1f See flat m' 'id Howe, Cyprrss. St. I week that they r.ow offer to farm. Broiler Plant ha. iief-n filod at'ah-t \ III In th' (Ith'r :\1.".." .l ,.,... ___
Ti.n ,K ,( I. ni>iy r..isj>.n.S Itp i iI \ at ahnam..J (""'ir* .. .1 1 rsu.Viii ... 'm.' I .. _
rVf. Fla_ 1tt I.V MEMORIAM ers of Bradford County and e-ur- Brooker was host recently to L tire 1'1111"| Jfi ".'i.a ropxr.iir \ ..r I-'rumSLADE .1

I \\1T.I. ROAKD one or two small I rounding areas complete farm I T. Dyer. former County Agent for I '" answer 'v rr 1.1'1! rO, (*. to fco'jmpJafnf .- ;I .. _
on I. T"f'
uri.rvXTr> FI'4 LF'h.t children for working tin memory of the late Mrs '
I'rotln.-ik oi"''Iln ''' f.'r lad!.' Ks mother Mr ending service. Grinding of Bradford County and his class of, 'lurnl'Y, St.-"'I..n I' Sm.t: 11110 1- :
'" !If'r\'j..fO :nit t<.'-rlt,.rV! InStarke I >.ie. Hardrnbrook across from | t\ie Williams who departed thi oats 4>raham Building, .1.] u -.------ ; -y7
Fat corn.
iei> flarket. I snap and other grainsor I veterans from Bradford and Union ,
Up ,
... Ii i Ih-, Florida
Vi r .r-\l int "-vi -vtlt. | |> Sept. 9. 1912. I r
>. I .' Mr* VN-tH :M-tUn-l. P O I cannot Lord hay is done with a nt'JayBee Counties. Mr. Dyer and his 17 ; ard file the original in th* -.
i\ 108 1. Jal'1..-I'n\"Il1". ri- lJ1ST--nt..n Awn,"!: Catalogue' I jtr courage ee. but all is well Model SUP: ..f 'hE' Clerk of the (firm _
4t.-hs 1"P :* i I l>.-t\v "_n Starke and 'amp Bland- I tl's done by thee portable hammer. veteran students spent more than ij| on 01' h'fotth*
t inp Notify P I.. it.-itt. The blow mill This mill of O. ",.
I .11 oV : is powered by a L an hour inspecting this modern' 1.1 day tor. -r, 1?;
H :Niilliuan \pt. w hard. the shock oth -rwi' '
I ItpFOP. severe: w @ the allegations -
\ \ ITM: ETC Fun R7'cT4mn.: 'I- 90 H.P. Bada industrial
... .' .. \ih that engine and I broiler plant located one mile out: I ("oml.Jaint111 he tak-n af4 -
I .n'' 1''nl'.1 .rdritid..lr. you were with us still
., RENT-L'welling ; has a grinding capacity of five tosix \v 'ojnotice l___ _
Itu.! tov*. r'Onlnld..lfurnl..ht' I onBo\rr of Brooker on the Worthington
.Alxf <.n." smaller apt. rtoth In- Han'h Ju.-t "Ut .r t -wn on :'rti- It we cherish the happy memo tons of II, This lune publlehec
ford Road Mri > > ois snap corn per hour Spring road. once each week for four eoneks .-- '
l Dot
rated 421X" MaJison Wry> at i I son knowing it was God's wills .
I'h.\mlo..r flf 1''mm"I''f' .'ffl.... tf 1'1j \ i Their equipment being the most Bill Big-ham OTraer and opera-1 I IB the Bradford.sn'v. T--. GAS COMPANY
day we see your smil- graph
j ir modern of its type. these men believe tor. explained the operation of the 'j r.at..d : I -Vj..
Fl It UKXT: face when
Fein RKN'T-Two he.lm.nii f\ rnfhfil Sleeping room oonne saints of God! J52OFFir.
<'ting or prnate. baths ; they can offer Bradford I large poultry plant where 3OOthreepound I I'
( blurt from s.'h.l Mrs. '
house. iie I I gq marching home.-(signed) ( : v. : A r" -...< ,
nv.Jt-Mi ('.nt .-niticts Adults onh : Titus CU-ii 21: S Walnut St. 1 County farmers the best ',
Ji ; grinding fryers are tumed out 1 iTK of rn! 'rPI1i!if -I" Starke FloridaTTTTTYTTTTTTTTYYTYTTYTYYTYTTYTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTYTT
,. s'M; ::; M.- I Williams ant family 1I .. I
Ph' I Mahii't UpI : f\'e possiblo I Fv Mar:an L i "i -\I.y p1"-" I"', ,
( everv other 'wet-k ,. :