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 7, 1951
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: UF00027795:03132
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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enate OK's Blandin.g Funds.

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: jillioii Dollar Bill To Return

,: ouse For Approval Of Increase BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPII ::::: IDCI

reconditioning of Camp Blanding became a certainty

the Senate passed a record $5.887.699,178 de-
Wopriatlon otf as bill $5,722,700 of which is to be set a. ideiJW1ding. I Official County Publication Established In 1879

A voice vote was taken after an hour-Ions: de- .

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.kouss but the Senate the money wan still unapproved by

Ithe bill by $ In-1 Congress. :

Ld ust by be Ihe passed President oo be. I receive two Ct.weeks Pearson the after alloted'said the funds they pre, ldent.should within. Nationwide Search Launched For Zalutskyj

Ling law. There appears signature Is affixed and be ready i

5 b opposition In the House to draw detailed plans and specifications j

f measure will .probably of the work to be done. Bizarre CareerOf I Dangerous Criminal May Still Be Hiding Out In This Area, Prison
j final next week.'I When these plans SOUGHT
R. w. Pearson head of the Army will be ready are completed.to accept I CAUGHT. I Hunted Criminal Officials Believe Partner Spotted By Airplane |j

t Army Engfneers: In Jack- I bid on the project and actual construction ". ,
Ills unit submitted .. ,' Started With
| won't be far behind. ,
ary plans for the ref Although he was Indefinite : '" A nation-wide manhunt was launched yesterday: morning; for Leo (Bad Eye) Zalutsky.j.

of the camp during thert about JURt when work will probably c" otorioua killer and escape artist one of the two convicts who fled the State Prison at,;'
of July to Third Army I begin Pearson said it would KID STUFF Raiford in a fantastic escape shortly before noon Monday. :!

trtfTB In Atlanta. So far likely be sometime around the Hla partner. John Montos better :

f the Telegraph .yesterday first of the year as It shouldn't known as "Johnny the Creek,"!
Pr. neither rescinded or apJIB take long to draw the plans and let 'BLOOD PACT'The MRS. KUCERA'SHECTIC was caught In a spectacular air-',,

plans probably because the contracts.Frd plane-spearheaded search on the:

outskirts of Starke Monday after-1
daring, broad daylight: HOLIDAYFor
noon. \1

) Turnout Expected At PoDs .....ape of Io Zalutsky from Although an Intensive three-
the Stale Frlnnn lant Monday day hunt has failed to turn up any
wrote the latest chapter In the a while it seemed to Mrs. H. J, Kuccra., attractive trace of Zalutnky In this vicinity',

Election Here bizarre: career of a "nmartalrck blonde-haired wife of the State Prison dentist. that Labor Day prison officials' warned that thLs,
Sty} Next Tuesday kid. who entered Into a would be an unusually quiet and uneventful holiday. Earlier does. not necessarily mean that he

weird blood pact with* another ). ,...,. that morning she had Rotten the children' off for the first la not hiding out In this area. With,,

'$ sting records for heavy'' to recover the title lost to Wain- young delinquent In an Ohio, day of school and now she was busy in the kitchen preparing a record of six escapes already'
reform mhool 20 ,'
some years Ir written Into his lengthy record the,
to be smashed wright two luncheon for herself and husband.
expected years ago. .
e r, llfetermer, who once killed a Miami -:
City Election next Tuesday ''I The four-sided contest for two ago.The two joulhn-.Zalulskyami The two-story white house OC.. policeman la known to have
place! to be filled on the Council cupled by the Kucera family
Jurkeites visit the polls to his. pal Frank [Mateypricked the determination and perl..rveiance
stands like
Is quiet on the surface but none blood a lono sentinel near r
... their arms 'until to find a hideout and lay;
a chief of police aIrk of the I IO..k the main prison gate--the only
ayor I I contenders has been letting John Mono (Johnny the began to flow, rubbed them together Leonard (Leo) Zalutmky S3 low until "the heat Is oft" I
and two councilmen. any grass grow under his feet In ), 32. natlv.. of Chkaico.I HO that the blood mingled native of Allentown 1'a house left In this area ,when most ,. '. '4s:. Zalutaky with his' so-called:

|will open In the city hall wooing: votes. Incumbents Paul 111.. baker by t..ade.l han criminal and took a solemn oathto lengthy record Include farm residences were moved "stooge" ," Montoa escaped prison,

and done at 7 p.m. L. Bridges and Wm. T. Jacksonare record dating back manyyearn. "slick by each other" If charge of murder. armed rob I several years ago to a less congested by rutting through all three fences);

llntrrest In closing days asking; voters to return themto Served. one sentence I"Kalfonl I either nhniild later find himself hery kidnaping anti unlawful section across the highway.The In the southeast corner of the),

Vmpaign ha. centered In aid office while newcomer George before Work! War II In trouble. J flight to at old confinement.Han Kucera house however. Is prison yard about 11:30: Monday,

contest for chief of police KopplouHos and former council- for armed roMiery. In famed I After his release from reform artificial left eye laltniied little more than a hundred yards ,. morning. After clearing; these barriers

bent W E. Thornton man Junlus M. Smith are seeking conspiracy trial at Tampa, t h.* scttnol 1 Zalutaky. launched I author anil r>ail 1tJ'! .. head. on upper from the triple cyclone fence. they fled to the nearby home

challenged by E. F. Miles. seats at the oblong council table. 8tat charged that Arthur and headlong I.. a career of crime. II left forearm. Vnarmetl etrpt \- that surround the prison yard. I of n.... H. J. Kucera., prison dentist -

\enfe l Is a tug-'of-war for The only uncontested spot on the Roy Velaaco. brought Mont>H After ...om"Uln0 robberiesIn ;pocketknife when fled Shortly before noon a single forced his wife to hand over;

Flavor between IncumbentR. ticket Is that of city clerk where front Chicago to kill Sheriff Pennw. )Ivanla. he and another prison Monday. lisa ....ra|>ed shot split the calm and Mf's.ICucera the keys to their car and took her i

Wainwright and form- I' Incumbent Carl Johns has no Culltl't"ath.lt4'r" two mistrial pal fled to MJaitil where they I four Urn*** In Florida anil twice dropped her work and with them as a hostage. They i

jor J. P. Roberts seeking opposition.less cane wet droPI...... At present" l lit shot It out with detective on I In other states went to the back door.( She found aoed to the outskirts of Starke ;

serving a 23 year term for a hotel stairs. Zalutsky escaped herself face to face with two glint- \ where Montos the driver ran the ':

armed, robbery. Previously escaped after killing Detective IUI eyed convicts one of them presseda ,ear Into a ditch attempting t(>.
front 'road camp nearPerry Four Stabbed long knife In her side and demanded ;'i.s make
Men Urge Commissioners ,- Jester but wait later cap. curve at high speed. The'
> In 1942. .Utured and neatenced to life Imprisonment the keys to her car. ,_ .' convicts abandoned the ear, leaving

i In 1933. Alone In the house, except for a Mrs. Kucera In It. and parted:'

Small Post 56 OfficersTo Four years later It was One Shot Here frightened colored maid. Mrs. c 'r' company running Into the nearby
Claims CourtI
... .mo'u.tral..1. that Matey was Kucera at first told the men she wood on foot. .
Be Installed In lead. earnest when hn took didn't. have the keys. But as they ..cComiawsuire, Montos was captured about !

oath. InAugust threatened her further she admitted three o'clock that afternoon
his Mood Early after
Kallnn of Starke busIneSs .commissioners received the Tuesday NightDr. pact Over Labor Day regained after her ;
1BS7 ha appeared. at the they were In her pocket. a search plane. piloted by Lacy
eared l before the Board of petition and. according to the of book the frightful experience"' Mr* Kurera :
A. Covtngton, local Public prison and awked to vlnltZalulaky on second floor of the Conway spotted him lying In an 'I
Commissioners meeting final minutes of the meeting home. read" magazine In her Slat. V'armhome.
Health Officer will be Installed In his cell, stating] open field andj signalled the search.r .
and "the that The weekend may'lllhavoe been :
.lday morning. delegation was assured
pre- Commander of Jones-Langford- thev were brother's.That ,\ Keeping' the knife pressed to her by repeated diving. Cecil
pctltlon requesting the favorable' action would be taken as quiet as far as accident. ,were conrernedvon .Sl.urf pbato by Uolanmh Kerns., ,
side one of the convicts, later : weljU deputy: *IJ '
While Post :So. the American Legion night ZaluUky. whai .. ftjrrJIJV" ran across ;
i prnceed'WIth setting as soon as possible". the highways >>f Bradford "- '
up Identified M, LeoZnlntsky, 'notorious }f"i: Lflelrt( anI! caught MoJ
at tha'regular Post meetingnext'Tuesday had bw miMlA arusiy'r: the-floor Loa as
for his
on r. Zftlutslfy put
i claims court'In Bradford Mrs. DEL Thomas aDd Mrs. T nunty, but there wal plenty killer and' criminal he crossed a !
night. climbed fence that desperate shallow branch. The
provided for by law at C. Hazen Jr., representing the over a of action elsewhere as four people knife up and turned to Watch as convict
forced her the stairs. She surrendered
Other newly elected Post officersto repair and run to a parked up at Se well'scommand
f seo lon of the leglalature.tltlnn ..JuniorVoman'a Club In Starkemet | were stabbed and, another shot, not the patrol car wheeled around to to
be Installed at this meeting are: car that carried> hint speeding was wearing high) heeled shoesand chase. raise his hands, and :
presented by thenlaln.d the Board In an effort to arrive to mention two convict. breakingout < give was
I Charles. Hardy. lit Vice Com from the prison grounds. the haste" with which he thrust carried back to RaIford.
close to '100 ..Ig.IIf at a suitable agreement. Inarranjt'lnj of the State Prison at Raiford her the to As they approached Starke at L. F. Chapman
mander: .AI K. Carlisle Finance lie and his, pal were captured up steps was enough prison super :
( business the second floor of the Two of the 0.1: miles hour. Mrs. Kucera (
men In every f Officer: Carson Robert, Sxt.-at- a few hours later Valdosta, "cutting: scrapes" were make her lose her balance and, an intendent, Rave this account of the
the county. They point- old county jail building for a pub. Arms: Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell. fairly routine with only one person fall had he not been holding her raised her head at Intervals to see daring. daylight escape:

he (great need for a court lie library. It was decided to holda Chaplain: W. T. Coram. Jr, Histor..n pa.Matey confessed the pwape. In each scrap bRing hurt but the tightly by the arm. where they were. She knew that "To begin with" he said "it

[kind which would protectmen joint meeting of .the Commissioners .. ; A. J. Thomas, Jr., Service plot and pleaded. guilty In circuit third one assumed bigger proportions Upon reaching the pocketbook If they attempted to pals through was both simple and Suicidal\ "

on small claims and a delegation from the Officer, and. A. U. CraM by. Jr., court here. to a charge of when two were stabbed anda Zalutsky handed It to his partner Slnrke at that speed they would Moat. escapes ar<. "simple" and!
e amount Involved Is toe club within the near future In an Seeber D. Goodman and A. J. shooting a prison guard. third person shot In the hand. John Mont.. more famlllarlly either hit a car at the Gainesville well-planned he explained and

> eek satisfaction through effort to adopt and to execute' Thomas Jr.. Executive Committee Zalulsky ban four Florida The first one occurred Saturday known as "Johnny the Greek", highway Intersection or turn over only the fact ,that the tower

courts. satisfactory plans. men. escape. (two from the) prison. night about midnight In Louise a who rummaged around In the as at the curve on the Keystone road guard' nun jammed after one
Also to. be Installed at this meetIng proper and two from road' small settlement In Alachua Coun sortment usually contained In a and all be killed. She was sure hot kept the fugitives from being;
will be John M. Godwin, Post ty. According to the told that the cdnvlcts wouldn't slowdown killed on the prison '
SCOUT NEWS Dr. C. F. Sayles camps) on his amazing record, story by woman's handbag, but couldn'tfind I grounds.
Adjutant.A. as well an two other prison eftcapew Annie Mae Jackson negresa, whc the keys. H. finally handedher ,, much with the patrol car Chapman said the escaped clan

meetings of local Troop' Dr. Charles Frederick Sayles. J. Thomas.. Jr., Commander In other .ta..... was brought to the Stsrke Medical the bug and she dumped the at) close behind. was obviously. <-.n......_".i n.._.,.. L.liT_
of the Legion's Fourth District, Center for had Her only chance she reasoned, Zalutsky (the brains)
.> scheduled to be resumedht 63 retired Miami surgeon died treatment she been contents on the bed. Her only with Montos
will serve Installing officer. stabbed, three times In the head thought to them I was to convince the men that they acting as his willing stooge
| (Thursday) according at 3 o'clock Sunday morning al; OPS Meeting Set was give the keysso picked They
and then hit with rifle butt should turn off the highway ontoa that particular
|nnouncem this a by they could take the car and time the
nt week by
(well. Scoutmaster. The" his summer home In Little Swltzerland Gary S. Gaynoe For Courthouse Here her drunk husband She said he leave her alone. dirt road before they reached superintendent believes because

f'np has not been holding N. C. as the result of a I went off with the preacher early II The keys fell out of I the pocketbook the business section of Starke the guard In the tower Was eating -

l< for the past few weeksthe heart attack. He was a native of, Gary Solomon Qavnoe three- Monday NightMrs. Hiiturilny.morning and came home and as "the Greek" snatched Whether of not It was the fright< lunch there were many other

{ large number of boys I Syracuse N. Y. and had been on I, Vea r-old son of Mrs. Rubv Rosier I Marian Howe, executive later drunk. He began cursing her I them up Zalutsky yanked Mrs. In her eyes a. she told her fears prisoners distract In the same yard to help
e out of L Gavnoe died Friday afternoon and when she ran out of the house, Kucern down the stairs and out or the logic of her explanation attention and they would
town vacationing. the staff of Jackson Memorial of the Starke Chamberof b. able to
,'(UlI'lIIot 31, at 5 o'clock\. after a secretary he caught up the baby and began' to the garage In back of the house. n<) one knows but the men apparently slip up close to tlfl

tic/ Hospital for many years. brief Illness caused by blood stream I Commerce remlndi businessmen beating It against the wall. She There, with the knife still threatening derldnd .r>e was right.and fence unnotl..d.MGnlos. .
| Meetings Dr.. Sayles was well known, Infection. I In this area of the importsntmeeting I said she rnn .beck In the house to In his hand. lie told her'to told her to pick the road. of with all his pockets full
to be held t In the court rooks
f flrd> Lodge 33: of Free and I here. being the husband of Mrs' He was born Oct. 26. 1943 at house Monday night, Sept. 10. at get the baby and her husband then get In and drive the ear At first A. they approached unpaved steel wire began fence throwing at the

fl' Masons will reBumethla I Louise Peek Sayles formerly ot! Shadycrest Hospital In Starke andremltln..d 8 o'clock.At I attacked her. She was brought tr he begged them to leave. her. at Alton Road at the W. H. Struth guard' attention.to attract the

'visItors : here until his death. He this time, A Reid Mann.: Ptarke by her mother who found home and just take the car, but residence Mrs. Kucera remembered slipped Zalutsky then
Monday Starke. frequent beneath
They were
night at 8
J the
Is survived, by his mother Ruby District Director of the Office of; her unconscious in her home j thay would have no part f that having driven down It once with guard tower
jac'I. ordlng week to C.an announceS -I In the homes of Mrs. Sayle I Rosier Qavnoe, one brother Grady. Price Stabilization and other OPS The second stabbing occured In and. told her they would< throw her before with a. friend to pick pears from the a pair Of bolt cutters stolen
by A. Futch machine
brother-in-law. Judge and Mrs. K and .. out after they down and told them It should ba the one. chop and began
v No meetings held one sister Olemta He Is the officials will be on hand to answer tawtey about midnight Saturday got the high-1 1 I Cutting the fence.
the summer due were to the I K. Perryman. Besides his widow, grxpdHon of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. all questions and assist any, night when Jessie Young, negress way. Hardly breaking his apeed.Montos snipped, Montos began A. Zalutsky

.m')er of members leaving Dr. Sayles Is survived by a sister Rosier of Lawtey.Funeral one In straightening; out any difficulties. -, slnihed Willie McClemmons, alec She finally convinced them that careened onto the dirt road handfuls of rock throwing
Mr. Howe said. a across the stomach. she was too frightened to I{ but as the back wheel hit wash at a time ao the
f n their Vacations Every! Mrs. Palmer Brown of New York. services were held Sunday 'I negro Young drlve'j noise would drown
r I" urged to attend. afternoon at 3 o'clock at Hell- "Reserve this date and, be present drove off after the cutting and was so "the Greek" got out the car nosed Into a ditch and cutters at work. out the bolt

Funeral services were held Tuesday bronn Baptist Church with Rev. at the meeting. It will be well I picked up out on highway 301 by wheel as Zalutsky climbed In ttiej stuck When the guard

NO.TICE afternoon at 4 o'clock In the Sam Watson officiating. Interment worth your time!!,," Mrs. Howe the highway patrol and a deputy back 'seat with Mrs. Kucera. still Mrs. Kucera momentarily blanked that Zalutaky was finally' realised

.'"5 of the death of Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev was In Conner Cemetery under urges. sheriff when a negro woman ..topn. holding the knife. Both of the out from Chock and fright. fence he thrust his cutting the
'" I .... them and testified, men, had been In so long When she recovered. tile had gun out the
ru. we will remain T. G. Mitchell officiating. Inter the direction of Key McCabe that Young< prison men I tower window and fired
until Funeral Home. Joe W. Blunt had hit her.. .' that they had no idea how to start abandoned the car and struck out I the angle was However.
In I such
| Monday. Sept. 10- ment was in the family plot that It was Im
|B'(IJIng, Co. Active pall bearers were Keith i They brought him to Stsrke and and operate the car, a 1919 black on foot while residents In the surrounding possible to aim accurately and _
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Reddish. Cecil Crawford. Jr., John| Joe W. Blount 51, of South he was already In jan here whenDick Tontine with hydromatlc drive. houses hurried up to see : the guard missed him. Then. a<

Simmons and Billy Martin I Cherry St.. Stark., died suddenly Thomas Lawtey constable They forced her to show them howIt what was wrong. !the guard tried to lever another* ,'

kYOR'S CLEAN-UP PROCLAMATION I Tuesday while on his job at the appeared to prefer charges' against was operated and "the Greek" Her part In the escape- was end cartridge Into the chamber the 1

Elisha Griff i Humphreys Gold Corp. mining him on the stabbing. He was released jerkily backed the car onto the ed and nha thanked God that she gun Jammed and Zalutsky finished

\'HEREAS thousands of visitors travel through the operation east of here. the first of the week on highway and stomped the accelerator was still alive. cutting through the third and ,1

of Starke by means of public and private transpor- Ellaha Grlffls, 84. a native of Blount was. employed a. a fireman bonds of $23 and $73. to the floor board. final fence. Mnnrn.-- J
facilities> and WHEREAS in order to attract Maxville and long time resident of i In Uie dry mill. He stopped Two were stabbed with an Ice With the back Mrs. Kucera on the floorIn Tom McClane Picked they both 'fled through;; the
of the and holes
car Zalutskystill
rabe. attention and to make good Impressions on Starke. died Monday at his homeon work briefly to get. a cold drink pick and another' shot In the handIn pointingthe knife at her For Page PositionIn silently a.by.other prisoners stood<
and complained of not feeling well.A. the third
visitors Orange Street. He was a retired scrape early Sunday
all in the City of Starke should Montos drove at breakneck Once
upt free farmer and a member of the few moments later after ha returned morning out at pleasant Grove speed U. S. CongressTom outside the third fence the 1
*-} of weeds and debris and, Airpark Baptist Church. I to the fob h. was stricken. The sheriffs office reported that toward Starke 'turning to the fugitive .topped long enough to ,
HEREAS. it is in the interest that the week right just beyond the prison gates Unite two homemade 1
public Surviving are his widow Mrs An official of the company said William Tlson. Hr., was stabbed McClane son of Mr. and gas bombs
Ptember 10th 1951 be designated as clean-up- Esther W. Grlffls. three daughtersMrs. I that he apparently suffered a heart la the chest with the Ice pick; hi. onto new Highway 225. At a Mrs: T. K. McClane Jr. of Stark, and throw them at the guard '

In .the City of Starke. R. H. English, Mrs. E. F. sttsck. and stated that his death son, William Tlson. Jr., was stabbed speed later clocked at better than was selected this week for the tower. One of them exploded 1
he drove
an hour to 22V harmlessly
.0\\ THEREFORE I. J. R- %WAINWRIGHT Conway and Martha GrlffU, all of I wss not caused by an accident or In the back four times with Intersection with State 10O honor of serving a* page for. one post. and at the base of the out. i

O.R OF THE CITY OF STARKE by virtue of theOrity Starke: two sons, Gadnon Crlffls attributed to overheating.A the pick: and Herbert Ttaon was the Pine Level Baptist Church.near month next spring In Congress. I while the only other set the grass afire, '!

vested in of and E. U Grlffls. also of Starke; native of Georgia, he had livedIn hot 'In the hand The sheriff Washington D. C. shattered on the
me by the Charter of the City Mrs. Kucera s.ld their first plan tower walla J
ke. dl I Deland before Stark. office reported that they were all The selection of Mo- spreading the flam.
) hereby issue this PROCLAMATION designate seven brothers. John Grlffls. Law-1 coming to was to turn off 225 onto the Unpaved young ing gasoline over the
t where he had for Hum. about "half drunk" and all Clan outside with
Week tey. Brooks Grlffls.' Jacksonville worked ne was announced yeaterday J
of Brownies road but that very little
.e September 10th 1951 as clean-up-week Otrlion, and Westberry Crlffia.facksonville. phreys for the past two ye..... groes.Asto. by a local committee of school If actually getting inside 'j
City their speed was arrest they the bombs
of Starke. all so .. were had
rty I hereby urge and request Willie Grlffls. Glen I Surviving areon. just what happened th* past the- Intenwrtion before the I'faculty member and civic leader the small tower gone through

to owners or occupants of property in the City of St. Mary, and Nathan and Raymond Shela.t>of Starke. and dau.hter'j r victims don't seem to remember.I Greek realized It. | *. Congressman Charles E. Bennett guard might have windows been the j

i" clear his or her property in said City of all GrlffU.. Ralford; and slxj i Rlchsrd. Starke However, Luke DeSue Is resting had notified the group thatarrangements allv. burned
3 and A. they sped toward the Intersection
\; debris! during said clean-up-week. sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Rosier. Mrs Jacksonville James Albert Blount comfortably in the county Jail could be made for Chapman said .1
with Highway 100 the Zalutsky had
WITNESS Florida charged with assault with a page from this locality and asked
set Esther!: Wilkinson. )Mrs. Intentto likely
WHEREOF I have hereunto my figured that
of the Marine Corpa, and WillieF. Greek asked Zalutsky If the coast Montoa would
that selection be
LI J a made.
rayor Wilkinson. and Mrs. Georgia Crlf- commit murder for shooting be
| of the City of and caused the Of- I able to distract the
SUrke. clear.
was Ha whe.led
then toward guard's at-
Seal of said 5th '... all of Lawtey. Mrs. Sara Jane Blount. with the U. 8. Army In Tlson In the hand and hi. girl Tom baa an outstanding recordIn tention just about
this aa
City to be affixed hereto Stark. leaving long he
a large as
of September Grtffla.. Msxvtlla. and Mrs. Frances Korea: on. brother Wilbur Blount friend. Rmma Dora Jackson .Is also part Scouting having recently actually did, and
A.D. 1951. of the tire rubber on the turn. that the guard
Starling. Macclenny.Funeral also In the armed service, and a resting comfortably with two reached the top rank of Eagle would be so busy
J. R. \VAIN\VRIGHT Mayor. services were held In I sister. charges of sssualt with Intent to In a few seconds they spotted a Scout. The selection was also that trying to "plug"Montoe
Zalutaky would
a commit murder against her for the Florida Highway Patrol car approaching mad* on the basis of courtesy and able to ba
Church Wednesday get
ul. "h wl" ..h and the Airpark Baptist The body was forwarded to De- from the good It away. Actually the
44 to have vacant Iou or yard mowed afternoon si 1 o'clock with stabbing Judge E. K. Ferryman opposite citizenship. wa stated. Plan would" have failed
lot ha,. fatUltte., Hall. land Wednesday for funeral services set the bond each' direction., This was driven by Patrolman even for
: for doing _. may can the City Rev. L. G. Hemingway officiating. at $200 on Rep Bennett will visit BUS at Zalutsky. Chapman believes if

make arrm.ts" for Uu work to be due with city interment[ wa* In Long. Branch and burial at Deloon Springs. l charge Wednesday morning; .when Q. A. Flllinglm who had 10:30: o'clock this morning (Friday the guard'. gun hadn't jammed

"" at a 5mfuIvj fe Cemetery under the direction of Local arrangement were In chargeof lit became apparent that all the been seemed alerted by prison officials.It ) to speak to high school students after that first shot. (
to Mrs Kucera that the
DeWltt C. Jones. DeWitt C. Jones. In a special assembly In Upon --wnch'n' the Kticer
victims will home. j
recover men had forgotten her .. she lay the USO. about 100
yards away the con-
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PAGE!: TWOBradford ---- ---- and other I.ana Rev; ana .oira..._ C. A. Cob y.1 H. .D'n.... ..,VDUl '....ual.. afternoon Mre
Mrs R. J. Jones nail,
and of Penney Farn a. I We are glad to report L. ghl
A udMn 'rahn
County t TelegraphESTABLISHED 1 HAMPTONBy cBR00KER ;I relatives. Mr and Mrs. Max Lewis and Mrs. B. H. Onerly of Gainesville I Fowler Improving at this writing =; snd qo
I IJr'UIIUlthpc. ]I daughter attended the annual attended church at New Hope Visiting Mr and Mrs L. A ;end, it 94ryMldgst
Mr'*. E, J. lwl I' and and visited Miss Mary
1879 E, L MATTHEWS. owNtitBOlTOitEvery !\Ir". M. C. Mwe ney meeting at New Hope Sunday I Saturday Fowler Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs'
were guests of Mr and Mr.. E. J. Mott Saturday afternoon. L. D. Polk and Frank Polk and i
Brooker School opened Monday I I Lewis Sunday afternoon. I Mr. and Mn. U H. Futch of children all of Trenton Reacy Hoi- for hotte p,1
Labor nay Vl..lior !: Frlo"1 and Entered!: M Second Among those spending Ute Labor some out on their vacation and R. Gainey of Jacksonville attended Countynn
yla.e Matter at the Pont Office.at St rke. Fla Day weekend In Hampton were other causes. It la anticipated the the annual meeting at New
the following; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I .
standard enrollment will be 180 or Hope Sunday
Member @ 1951 Elland and sons Jerry and more. We have all the old faculty, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Tllghman!.
Andy, of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. ,
and one new teacher added Mrs. and children of Gainesville were ,
: Earl Van Alstine, Cocoa Mr. and John Boring of Gainesville. Hope I visiting. her parents Mr. and Mrs.S. .'
Snbftrrlpllon 2.75 .." .1.50 For 81* Months Mrs. P. E. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. them every success for a good term M. Mott.
Frank Hick. and family of Jacksonville of school.Birthe Mrs. Lottie Edwards spent last
Mrs. Doris Atkinson and Friday night with her parents. Mr.i
daughters, Sandra of Savannah, Mr. and M... Cecil Melvln an-I and Mrs. F. 101. Norman In the, I
Ga. Mr. nd Mrs. Woodrow Hick. tgpETr&S
nounce the birth of a eon Cecil Vanderbilt section.
: and son Lanford, Brunswick. Ga. Eugene, August 27 In Alachua Rev. and Mrs. G. E Hodges,
@i3'J Misses Marlene Mary Elizabethand County Hospital. Gainesville. Mrs.I pastor of the Beaver Street Baptist -
os r Martha Underwood of Gainesville
Melvin was the former Miss Edith Church, Jacksonville and Mr.
and Miss Betty Durling of Fowler. and Mrs. Raymond Crews spent
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green announce last Thursday and Friday as guestsof ., evaMl
Friends of Miss Inez Jackson the arrival of'a son Allen Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry.Mr. .
Russia's Great Peace Offensive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Timothy August 80 In Alachua and-Mrs. Nathan"Ttllls of
Jackson will be Interested to hear County Hospital Gainesville. Mr*-Trilby spent Sunday with Ms slater. -
Once again the Soviet Union has embarked on a great of her approaching marriage to Green was formerly MI.. Mildred Mrs. O. W Barry. ..
I "peace offensive." Every last ounce of propaganda value is Mr. Bert Faulk Finch Jr on Sunday Mann. Mr. and ,Mrs.. Clarence Smith\ w.B**.rr.th 162 Call Sinai ''tc..

being squeezed! out of the "peace demonstrations" which have September 16 In the Pasa- Mr.-and Mrs. J. A. Parker were and children of Miami spent the Right to LimitQuontitlM ) I '
been held recently in the Iron Curtain countries. On a high dlna Community Church, St. called to Brundrtdge. Ala l last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sterko Florida S
f official level, the peace propaganda took the form of a letter Petersburg.Mr. Tuesday due to the sudden deathof Barry. They were accompanied : ,
I h from Soviet President Shvernik to President Truman urging and Mrs. G. E. McIntosh his mother. We extend our home by their son. Beanie, who
{ conference. The Pro-Soviet press, of moved their trailer home on Mon heartfelt sympathy to them. had spent the past three weeks
.: a five-power peace day to Cocoa where they will be Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones and here with Mr and Mrs. Barry
is following the Russian line like a tightrope walker.As children of ZelwOod last U. S. "Choice" Edt-Rit9 SIRLOIN STEAK &
4, course located for awhile spent Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller of Jacksonville .
an example, The Worker, of New York, the official Communist Roscoe May flew by plane to week here with his parents Mr. are spending this week 7" CUT RIB ROAST J

.,J Party newspaper, said editorially on August 12, "The his home in Washington D. C. Sat. with her mother, Mrs. Lottie Ed PLATE.
:{ Soviet peoples have opened up a historic struggle for peace. I urday. after accompanying his Chattanooga Tenn. were visiting and wards. B E E F STEW BEEF.I 1
Mrs. Ida Williams and Mr.
:1 welfare. O. W. and Frances and FRESH
Let us answer them with good will for our mutual parents Mr. and Mr. H. D. May Mm. Matchett last week. Barry HAMBURGER
Let demand the 'let down' in the arms race which Washy home from the National Capital Helen Barry spent Sunday In -
us Friends will be interested to hear
where they had spent the summer. Apopka visiting Mr. and Mrs. Boeton Butt PorkROAST
in the T
I ington so cynically fears. An alleged news story game that Miss Gladys Hicks of Bruns Coleman Dee Grade A.Drstd. Drown. Fla. or
Mr. and
'i issue of The Worker bitterly attacked General Ridgway for Roger Sparks have wick, Ga. formerly of Hampton, 1 G.of9iaSblPJMCI Fll
recently moved to Hampton from I Mrs J. E. Hardy and daughters .
his tough stand in the Korean negotiations.There Starke, and are occupying the left Sunday for Baltimore MJ Janet and Jajne were Friday u.49c \ '
of this the she will\ reside with friends I CHICKENS Lk
is nothing particularly new in any Knight cottage on School Lane. where guests of her mother, Mrs. O. .
Communists have taken a similar line many times before. It is Mr and Mrs. A. 8. Arnold and and finish her senior year In the W. Barry.

very generally felt that its primary purpose is to persuade children, Michael and Marilyn of Baltimore schools. We are sorry to report Mrs. O. Mt. Vermont Sliced J_. Cut-up, Pan- Ta.teO'5It1li
Hrliool NeweEveryone .
the peoples of the West that the Soviet Union is really on Tampa were overnight guests last Is that school W. Barry and Mrs. L L. Parkeron Bacon Lb. GPc Ready.Cellophane. Fillet
1 the level this time, and that a way can be found to get rid week of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gray, has begun again.happy Our building lao the sick list. We wish them a Wrapped i

of the back-breaking burden of armament. If that should Jr. clean and the campus Is so speedy recovery. Hickory Sweet Sliced :_ Taste O'Stir"'
happen, the military build-up under the Atlantic Pact would home Mrs.on J.Monday F. Johnson from returned Alachua beautiful with the green grass and James Hamilton of the U S. Bacon Lb. 59c ,< '!1.' Fillet u]
gradually slow and finally halt. Europe would be ripe for bright flowers that It makes us Navy stationed In Maryland spent ,)
General Hosptlal where she had 5Se
weekend his ,
the with Mr. :y
plucking at a time which suited the Soviet convenience. Little been confined several days. She feel an If school Is a place where and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton.parents Sugar Cured Bacon Headless,I
all the human mechanical and scientific resourcesof Is we would like to stay twelve 33c
by little, now getting along very nicely. Correction Squares Lb. Whiting u
Europe and Asia would be brought under Soviet control. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and months out of the year.
Physical education la going lobe Lark wt'ek'V.M.S.. Meetingnews Tender Sliced Irk Grade A, Quick-Frozen Fryer
I And eventually, when the USSR was enormously powerful, Family, Misses Norma and JonnSweeney Cooked
stated that Mrs. Earl Willis
real for have new
a pleasure we Chicken
! the United States' turn would come. spent Labor Day at the soft balls and bats. We are goingto was president. Mrs. Eugene Crosby Liver Lb. 3Sc Backs Lb. 29c Lobsters t '
Swan Bible Conference
President Truman and General Marshall, among many practice every day and will I Is president of the \V.M.S. Gr. A, Dressed, Drawn, Quick-Frozen

i' others, have warned repeatedly of the danger of believing Melrose.Recent visitors of Mrs. F. D. noon be challenging Brooker and Stanley Crosby of the U. S. Meaty Pig. Broiler Turkeys Lb. 69c Pig
anything Communist leaders say, and have emphasized the Elland were her brother and Hellbronn for a game with Ih..m.Snm..thlnJ Army. Ft. Knox, Ky. Is spending Feel Lb. 15c Tails ul
1.1 i necessity of continuing the arms build-up as scheduled regardless sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. { wonderful has happenedto his leave here with Mr. and Mrs.J. .
.:I I' of what happens in Korea or any other place. Those Hamilton of Jacksonville and her us. Last year the eighth( .. W. Thomas and Rev. and Mrs.C. .
I'' who oppose the Administration on other issues! are also in brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and grade gave the school money toi) A. Crosby of the Penney Farms
for the school.\ Last I Quests of Mr. and Mrs. In Cartons-In Quarters-Land 0' Sunshine
Mrs. L, D. of buy a projector J. W. :
, I general agreement on this. In any event, the polls indicate Hoyt St. Petersburg, I _
week Mrs. Perkins Miss Swanbom, Th 'ias Tuesday were Mrs. Pete
, I is small chance of the American people being who stopped to see her enroute to '
that there
and Mrs. Sullivan went to Jack Pat'rlvh and son Llndon Mr. and
,.; lulled into complacency by Soviet peace overtures, as great their home, from a N.vacation tripto srmvllle and selected the projector Mrs. W. C. Crosby of Leesburg, BUTTER
Maple Springs, Y.
i as the desire for a real and honest peace is. Mr. and Mrs.D. W. Johnson, and some film strips and slides t Utj: Pound
" One of the great questions is why the Russians do not VI r. and Mrs. Arnold Haddock, We have material for curtains and .... -

,; move in Europe now, while the vast Army which Eisenhoweris Vfrs. Frank Williams and children are going to darken the rooms so PHONE 218
to command exists only in the blueprints. By 1953, according Nell and Jimmy left by car lutThur..day each clans can use the projector in
:' to plan, Eisenhower will have 60 finely trained and equip- for Santa Babara Calif..I Its home room. We are going to COLONIALFLORIST Bollard's OvenReadyBISCUITS Kay NaturalCHEESE Superbtimd C
and raise
/" ped divisions- enough in his judgment, to hold the Russian to visit Mr. nd Mrs. Johnnie Allen work hard this year MARGARIIPound
money to buy a lot of film strips
.' hordes. Why should Russia' wait-If she means war-until and family. I hnve
school. We
for the already
/', a time when victory in Europe: would be incredibly costly and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home are an opnque projector and we plan
spending this week In Austin and, :
,I might be impossible? St. Paul, Minn as guests of Mr. to have a good visual-aid programIn Pkg 10'x Pound 49'CO'Sage 2
y Onijyanswer, of course, Is our A-bomb stockpile which and Mrs, Hal C. Se alons. our school.
,4 I all believe is many times the size of the Soviet's. Another Mrs. George Saxon recently We are very sorry that t'| Mra. FLOWERSFOR
t answer-not nearly so often mentioned' that Russia may visited relatives In Rome. Ga. and Johnson our lunch room manager
'g 1 not be nearly 00 strong as many in the West believe. Therein her sister, Mrs. Cynthia Daniel In Is sick. We surely miss her smiling ALL OCCASION: Elberta

{ Is great unrest in the satellite states, and war might bring; Center Ala. Mrs. Daniel returned face.
j this into! open revolution. Her industrial potential is grow- with Mrs. Saxon for a visit In Miss Rauleraon has some new

ing, but it may be weaker than we estimate. If the Kremlin Hampton. animal and bird puzzels In her room (j) PEACHES
Mrs. Annie Laura Pincher with which her pupils are enjoying No Can
,( leaders feel-and there is evidence that they do-that war her two children Molly and Doug, very much. I 21/2

would destroy them and their system: this is as great an asset of Macon, Ga. were visiting friends Sixty-four of our pupils attended
I as the West DISH GARDENS
possesses.Let's here Monday.
t religious services Sunday. There
! Mrs T. C. Chastaln had as her were 111 enrolled in our school the POTTERY Stokelr's OrangeJUICE White House ApploSAUCE Hunt' NtY
I Stop And Whittle Awhile guest for a week her sister, Mrs. first day. Bill and Mary Johnsonof
I J. L. Chancy of West Palm Beach. Tucson. Arizona and Shirley POTTED PLANTS CATS

I Scarcely a day goes by but another Invention is announced Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Piper, of Dawklns of Warren. Ohio are thee FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
; that will speed up, or facilitate, or otherwise make better Jacksonville were her recent dinner new pupils i In th eight grade. 14-ot

, our daily lives. If, indeed, all the progressive devices, sys- guests. The new pupils In the Seventh I 2 437.c No 303 10 2 Bus
: tems, machines, and just plain gadgets already in use! had Mrs. Jim Sampson Mr. and Mrs. grade are John Kelly Bush of Nona St Stark. Can
William Sampson and three children Hutchinson Kansas and James and, I
I waved all the time claimed for them, and had made our daily 1
: Robert Ethel and Gerald of Linda Pennell of Canton. Oh lo.
living as simple as outlined, they we would all have little
1, work to do and loads of time in which to do as we pleased. THE All Brands Evaporated Limit!
Hut the opposite is just about true. The simpler and

easier our modern living becomes on the surface, the more F URDU M_ IC GIVES YOU AN ENTIRELY NEW Armour, Carnation, .ffc A]
complicated it becomes actually.
KIND OF MILK I Golden Key Pet ll
Years ago a farmer decided to go to town to buy groceries DRIVING I or j Tall' || Cans Vi

t and supplies. He hitched up the horse or mule, drove to town Silver Cow Brands

1 and returned, even though'it took some time to do it. But

now he depends on a grand invention called the gasoline ro.aue KAUTOM"nc'CONv..a
. powered automobile, and for a moment think of the com- OUTES / Evap. Sidramed Milk Stor-KUt Lt Mot Cook' Buq I

i plications. First of all he has to buy the doggone contraption -:- KIM I -:- TUNA REALlljDuncan !
and that costs a lot of money. lie has to learn to drive it,
nnd while the fundamentals of driving are simple, driving :f

! in traffic requires the reflexes of a jet pilot and the nerve of 3 can 23'' No Y2 Tin 29'C Pt 69C
a big game hunter. lie has to learn something of the workings -
II of the machine, so that he can get it started when some y ww.

minor thing has gone wrong. He should have insurance on THEM ALL !

it, a spare tire in working order, water in the radiator, proper Combine! berf reafurei of or*, Mix Up the Flavors! Superbrand Ice
air in the tires water in the lubricants vravt-airivct/
biUtery, in the rear Fordomatic 8 v.s you two
end, and lots more. And last but not least, he should have automatic drive* In one-a torque conwerter -
gasoline in the tank, and that is getting so expensive thatit for imoothn.,,-and automatic CREAM
will not be long before it will be bought by the quart. pears g t-uo-and-GO. rt 5-95 1/2

All these things enter into the operation of a machine M.,
which has displaced the horse and buggy. And with the

horse, all a farmer had to think about before going to town Mince Cone. Gardai r
was whether old Nellie wn: still alive and kicking, a fact Agen Frozen Hasp- Winter |

which was very easy to ascertain.. JUICE BERRIES12ozPkg PEACH H
And so it is with practically all the wonderful inventions
which make modern living so "easy and comfortable." We t [ uJrwd..e
have practically everything on a farm or city home gearedup Cans 9S'C 29c 5 Cans

to operate on electricityand then what happens? A bolt

of lightning knocks out a power line and everything goes

cockeyed. No lights, water, radio, refrigeration heat for
cooking or what have you.

Of course, we are being facetitious. The troubles we have ,0th..e..e.r

mentioned are exaggerated, and we have not said one word ..r.arr....n"r.._"b,vs..d.a.,.r.,LW..5.d AVOCADOS POTATOLac
about the conveniences of modern living. But we are leading ,...M. l,en.ProrfkOUy .

up to the point that such things as the radio, for example, Large Cuban Pears!
are wonderful but they do bring the problem of relaxation.All / oWv. itself, fordomoMc Easier rocl/ng/; even easier 0 5
may be well in your family, but how can be really thinks for you. It smoothly to "rock" out of land, mow or
you and automatically provides a mud with fordomaric than (alai !in and "Ttit Di,." tin 3 C
contented and relaxed when you know that a peace conferenceis countless number of driv ratiot Conventional drrv. Just .
going on at that very time which may well decide the hap- through which engine power It ..(.ctor back and forth move between the Juicy
piness and safety of every American? ..d to th. rear whlt. low and revert 'FO&DOMATCFORD Calif. Lemons 2 I ITOMATOES'b19C LIe

The only answer we can think of is that we all should Yo V.boss ewry..coed Step 1f'8 a gm-Mrvng powerftovt//

have well operating safety valves, which will allow us to be down an th. accelerator and you Fordomalk't automatic .Intern. ., Yellow
keyed up for modern global living, but still enable us to skid get an extra spurt of power for diat gear provide smooth. fast, Onions 3I>
back to the horse and buggy days of thinking and leisurly Ml climbing and patting. Going economical "getaway without
downhill/ you con shift to low at wott.M Calit Pascal
*ngin racing. Urn
living. Church activities offer the best relief, with sports no
for Sweet
any sped **tra engine. than .
and recreations also helping. And come to think of !it, per- braking. more' got Ford.the tavmgful can.venrional Honeydaws

haps we should all go back to whittling for relaxation. This ..G.Ao CELERY Stalk 19:

practice which used to calm down jittery nerves, might helpa Green

lot. At least until some bright inventor came out with an ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY Golden Cabbage u
electric whittler which would do twenty times the whittling
a* compared with hand work. Phone 118 STARKE CORN
dnotgnpcfsdhapcf"i FLORIDA Madison & Adams St. 4 Ears 29c California Plumsyy i

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.gMnrJt: 7, 1951 n BRADFORD : _! : -
I I I smile ::.:' ':': :.'.:':." -"::;-,-;' ..:-- : -:,
night by Miss Iris dough. I aid saw the same cow coming after Welch tore down some
KNOW And TimesOf Charley
WE WANT TO : The Life
Mr and Mrs Wm. Q Hall and um like a bat out of you know I I of his old barns and built one new Announcing .
i LEVEL daughters, Shirley and Virginia' where This poor fellow Jumped What YOU Know New River Folks one near the big barn, He said ,

Ann and granddaughter. Joann aside, but he picked the wrong Jessie !_ LazenbyHarojd rattlesnakes had become too numo'rous KSTAIILISIIMKNT!;
II. M. :MclU: of Perry Ga and Mrs. Hall's side and Col. Knight, roaring with t'juh wrek the Telegraph will By around the old ones. Yet

mother Mrs. Minnie Henderson of laughter said that wild cow coldly ..\l and, a 3-mnnilui Mibiwrlptlonfor .. "mon
them down, one CRUMP
and Janice Shiver ol In tearing
report that GUI, Green Cove Springs, were guasts put him In high gear. the brut 'I1t"- OJ-'.TilE. ) her mother, Nan ster" got awny and went to the
bra E; Hall was able, of Rev. and Mrs }tall. Ml.* Ella UKKK giving 111' informationfomenting Gainesville branch. Besides hard work In rebuilding ENGINEERING
Col afternoon. They
He Is mud;' Chance of Jacksonville Is spending It seems! that Knight's! pas'Cure .an Item suitable for i Moody, Monday burns and gathering corn,
: weekend
I> home from a
!:,r a recent Illness''I this week with them. I.. started out as a hobby when "Following the Furrowa" You were enroute in Nashville Tenn lie bought ten grade heifers. Some & CONST. CORP.
Sunday School. They I Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ellis of he found the four walls of hla law In not; have to write the .storyor holiday Brahmans and aomeGuern.ey .
Grand Ole
the were part
?, led Sunda I Frostproof were recent visitors office a bit too confining and want take the picture Just drop They enjoyed seeing 1032 Hendricks Ave.
other sights)
: here. ed some activity to keep him out by the office or drop' us a card Opry broadcast, and '
p'I'll'el I Mr. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva of doors. He started out with a /ghlng the name and location of such as Lookout Mountain and Rena Osteen was a patient In Jacksonville. Florida
.. ...... Wonder Cave. Mr. and Mrs the Lake Butler hospital for two
IIh.UR that the Mrs. EUa Neal of Gainesville, Mr. few head of cattle, Just as a pastime |person or thing you want written -
rc"Ant given to the "Fio and Mrs. M.' J. McRae. Mrs. >E. GSlkes but It is rapidly developingInto up and we will do the rest Robert Rutledge of Newberry accompanied days, but is back home ncVv.

u'THUnd. House Lawa 11111 ofill and daughter Vivian and I Around Bradford County a full-time business "Funny It you are already a subacribet the Shiver. on their Fannie Crews and Jon Lazenbywere Registered

S..Ioter 20188 with the Mrs. R. W. Franklin and sons With Holcomb Kerns thing," he added, "my health! was the three months will be addedto trip.We in Live Oak last weekend
Kir rour*. In and but I never \ are to hear of Truby Joe Cowling plant several LAND SURVEYORSand
/ tilt Glen Morris and James Mason, bad when I started, .your present Mibwrtptlon. sorry helping
Bniintv.,. ,f publication Florida upon oli were recent guests nt the H. M. Somebody once said that "SIJI felt as good In my life as I do Hodges being sick and hope he acres more of permanent pasture. CIVIL ENGINEERS
f name, toIMEnlCAL cess U making hay with the grass COME ON HAVE FUN will be recovered. -
i fltlllom! McRae''s, i now. soon fully Mrs J. P. Hammond and daughter /
CBNTKH.nitaKo Mr and Mrs. B. M. McRae and, that."grows And under truer the other words fellow'ifoot. He's getting ready to sew the Submit Your"TIPOFTIIEWEEK" Aubrey Welch and Bud Moody Betty, of Jacksonville visited 1k"i'

In buelnese tn children were visiting Mr. and ever spoken no<' were pasture In winter! rye and clover have been In Hernando putting her sister, Mrs. Nan Moody, Sunday

jtr(rile.lnt Florida re,t.I In aia Mrs. Carl Dobbs In Lake City Sunday Even: on Labor Day (a hollQiij this month. The Bahia grass. down a pump for Aubrey's sister,, 1
lei the stock going pretty well Nanu> \\lnn.r"1I1 be'an- Grace Watson.
Sri a for ,most other folks), Bradford Minnie Johns and cilldren spent
nine months of the year and noinutHl. raxh ",,,"'k. Miss Ida Merrill hns been bak-
|'h', Ftorliln. this Hth The Young People of Pine Level County farmers managed to get In monthsof Sunday with her parents, the N A.
A. 1951. attended the Sing !at Johnstown a full day work, for there areri'imany at Intervals during three ing grape pies lately that are Conners, In Midway.
817| 4t "11 Baptist Church Sunday afternoon.AREZ' I holidays around a tarm.--at the winter. But, just to make barn, has cleared 24 acres of It for simply out of this world. She Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crews of
sure, he puts In clover and winter has several arbors loaded tc .
least cultivation, anda\ still going\ weekend
that's how It looks to us. alsr High/ Springs spent the
rye every year anyway When asked if he would the hilt ..
e strong. with their grandparents, the O. B.
Clothing in the process of building a new sell his property, he said "Not for I We are happy that Leslie. Sapp
STOREIen'I After passing his pasture ant! for Moodys.
1894 JI barn which he plans to use anything In the, world," and ws has decided to attend the U. of F.
admiring it from a distance Urfl next year. Mrs. Mable Love of Jackson
corn and hay storage don't blame him a bit. Think he too had Navy on the 2aaAin9 ,,4
after time, we finally cornered Col l. His other barn is loaded to the done vllle visited Troy and Leona Dukes
brain and must have
a ,
D. E. Knight In his office the other rafters with the hay he cut from over the weekend.
morning and asked him to ride oil Overheard a couple of fellowi some good talking to change hismind DEFENSE-
the this year. Moody spent Fridayand
excess grass Marklee
of Town for Vacation Wish that "someone"could
Out ? therewith us for a look around. Yes, his tine pasture has cost talking about "the signs" the other his brother
have out-talked Joe Lazenbyand Saturday with
Make Your Summer Headquarter .. .s,.T,.. isn't him lots at all of sure money he'll, and get Col.it all Knight back. day planting.and what Syd effect Griffin they says have on lie Jesse Mervin Cason. who are Karl, In Palatka. Your Auto needs Protec-

at theGUIDON But he's having lots of fun and his doesn't wait for signs to plant: he still In boot camp. Philip Martlneau of Grahamhas tion. Investigate Comprehensive
health Is good.--so what more could Just waits for enough rain and Hear via the grape vine that sold the Carl Wynn (Fonnle
GRILL a fellow ask! goes ahead He figures he makes I Jesse MervIn and Joe gained 10 and Crews) place, but the people have end Collision Insurance -

a about as much and as good stuff! 14 pounds respectively.. Going tc not moved In yet. before it's too
the next fellow. bed early and being "home"! at
EAT AT THE BEST There may be more pleasant pastimes as R. .1, Turner, Jr. and Wylene, I
will the
meal times on
put pounds .te.
But Ernest thinks the seasons Turner's
FORGET TilE BBBTLUNCHEON than standing under a huge Byrd who have bought Ken
grape arbor, picking and eating are getting turned around (or anyone. around store In Lake Butler, have been
We all had the
IS STILL THE BEST FOOD full-ripe white scuppernongs until maybe theend, of time is approachIng Jitters learn living with Roan and Phyla Turner Charley E. John
here Monday night when we
can't possibly he ) because he planted able to
you feel that you says but this week were
BUY IN AMERICA! ed that convict was being
an escaped
hold another one-but right at the hla peas on "twin days". Just like find a house there to move into, Agency
moment! we can't think what It he always has but this year they hunted In this vicinity. Younever 110 they'll be leaving soon. Phone IS BTARKK, FLA.Itoprmntlng .
be. hardly 4iave bloom on them. Always know where they'll show upI
could possibly a we'll have Miss Ida
Next week
I heard the
church when
The other afternoon out at before he planted on "twindaya" was at
wouldn't suck news, and I must say that I don' Merrill's grape pie recelpe. Wish t.
Cleveland. Neal's place near so the bugs
CARGE'? we had this pleasure, and the plants, and his peas turned out remember what Bro. Dodd preached all of you had a slice of it right
I about. My mind was on Mama THE TMAVKLERS H rtfw.
hope to return again before! the fine. But this year It's different HOW.
season runs out, or Mr. Neal's so he figures/ something has upset. and Donnie at home by themselves
hospitality wears out. He certainly the 'cOlrnoa. The prison guards were down at
IT WJTH us Long Bridge then with blood. '
tins some delicious\ grapes.. eWe're a -CDJ- --w' .
hounds - -
L And by the way, Cleveland let happy 'to announce\ the trailing them up and down

us In on "the facts of life" about first "Tip of the week'! winner- the river. I Spray Your Home NOWJet -!
CEMENT Sorry to know that Karnle
grapes. He says one of his vines Rev, S. B. Sparks: He suggest;
Southerland Is home with heart =
> METAL ROOFING Is a "he" and the other a "she" doing a story on the timber Industry I a
BRONZE SCREEN WIRE One has bigger, sweeter grapes In Bradford County. That'l condition. He was honpltnll7 j Irec..ntly with Kill!
and not work.
able to
ing than the other but Mr. Neal claims a mighty good Idea, and it covers
ASBESTOS SIDING e M. L. Johns Sr. attended the
he doesn't know which la which. .
il a lot of territory-! much In
ASPHALT SHINGLES It would be chivalrous, of course, fact, that It'll take us a little time Wild Life Officers School In Willis-

orI MASONRY MIX to pre llme'that the "! I the sweetest and most prolific, and Dorothy Anderson has been away not KAU or
Idea, Mr. Sparks, and will add Any bug that are
rather than start an argumentwith three months to your Telegraph from home quite a while now. DYING, mall bottle to JET KILL

(IS BUILDING SUPPLIES any of the lady folks, well .ub.crl pUon. Who'll be 'next? She was called to the bedside. of I no. Tallahassee. Fin and we will

give 'em the benefit of the doubt. Come on In with your suggestion two sick sisters. gladly return purchase price.
INCORPORATED Hut that's the first time we ever and maybe you'll be the winner Frank I* and Emma tAU were .

Main St. Gainesville, Fla. Brahma COW'S target knew that grape vines had sex. : next weeklProperty I 'round and about with Frankie BOTTLED IN F1.0IUDAUY"'LOJUDA.PEOPLE
You learn a lot of things followingthe Lynn Saturday. The youngster
Colonel Knight Is the proud ;owft-" furrows around Bradford Transfers hns really grown and looks well.

er of 400 acres of some of unl County 5Dropped He's about as big as his mama
nicest looking pasture we've feIn *\ American Legion Post &6 boughta FOR FLORIDA BUGS

Bradford County250 acres 01 In for a visit Ht John large lot on the State Farm road now.Saw Jerry! and little Mike Sapp
It Improved and sewn In Pen"a. DlffR" place near the Farm..r.i. this week with an eye to building\ of Palatka and Margie and Kay SoldtO.nl'NTEII.S':: DRUGS

cola Bahia grass The lint) e*:. Market ,the other afternoon and,a home of their own on Ute property Sapp pf Gainesville shopping CANOVA'S: DRUGS COOK'S

tends from the Brownlee Road to SAW his fine summer crop of butter In, the future. Judge E. K. Perry around there lust Saturday Little OIC()('. SISTKUNK'S

the State Farm highway, and bee beans and field peas It Just ,man sold the lot to the post for Mike has .been sick fever and
ULLY EQUIPPEDe gins about twa miles west of town, goes to show that thriftiness. and I'$800. teething but was still ready to .

On this pasture Col. Knight h#. good management knows no rarecolor ,, __. _. _.. _. u._
about a hundred head of cattle, or creed- -they yield the

most modern and efficient equip- mostly purebred Angus, with a same profit Inany language .
few registered Brahmas thrown
hent available to the profession Is '
And the
j zed by this funeral home in mainlining In to really liven "liven things things up. up"- Jt BUl.
standard of There Are Dozens of Tires .
its well known you know what we mean. ,

Service.'eWITT Col. Knight; enjoys a good joke,
I and with a twinkle in his eye h" p

told us about buying a Brahmacow '

C. JONES i I, and putting her In the pasture THERE

with the others One day he was ONLY ONE
Starke Fla.
Phone 7 I .standing out thereIn the open and

looked around Just in time to seethe ..:t ,
al t Director Ambulance Service critter with all four feet "off

| funeral enable to offer conveniences and the ground", head lowered, and ( '
home Us managed 'H % >
him. He
services not otherwise available. to barreling dodge to one side, and the cow ; GOOD #% EAR '

didn't bother him any more. Laterhe r slGAhyr ?r./:

found out that she was blind in
h& the highest type service at loweat prices, andr one eye and luckily he had dodged r : :

life Insurance policy In force, issmed by ANY I to the blind side. r v

D". as payment In part or In full on a funeral. I, A few days later, however, one :

Consultation carries no obligation. I of his men happened to look around .t


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SATISFACTORY will 7 mouths to feed !S
John Is of enterprising!
one our

colored farmers who believes Get the Tire that out-pci'lorms flf

wholeheartedly In keeping some .
BUTANE thing growing all the time, and his. "
bean and pea crop testify to the

validity of his argument.We : conventional Tires these 12 : '
arrived just as John was fixing ways j .f '

to leave for Jacksonville with .
GAS SERVICE 18 hampers! of beans (currently { '.t t Ne
; bringing J4.50)), and he carried 32 .

hampers up there the day before Softer RIde :. More Car Economy ; rj .> i $.)
Even;: the peas are going pretty or'f It. .

I goad, he said, averaging about 4' e Safer RideGreater Smoother Ride e fI I
$2 25 per hamper. y

1 For more we have served John like everybody else,.wants .. Quicker Stops )
the or
past ten years to get his strawberries In, but It Traction

I customers in the ; looks like It JUSt won't rain enoughto ,.. Easier the BEST
numerous wet the ground good. H. U also Steering Get

I Starke Kingsley Lake area, planning to plant two more r' .j- j* Less Driving Fatigue Better Looks TODA get GOODYEAR
/ acres In peas and a couple more In CI
I and would appreciate an opportunity butter beans. ; r1RE TIREI
we "Got to keep something goln' .. Fewer Car Repairs Fewer Rattles ON

I to figure with you on your requirements. when you have seven mouths to : ",' SU PER-tUSHI
tfd." John said, but was quick to
'*\ add that one of his children ..houndraceve .. And GREATER MILEAGE, TOO
I Right .,;. -
Our Prices Are .. a large part of the credit Terms 190..II
.. ss ....
Good for' his current crops. It seems \
I Is ..
Our IO'"
worked Jacksonville ...
.r that John at the E ...,
You fjI JD DOfl'f Wait 90% of all tire l. ,w' "i
I And We Have Ample Facilities To Please. NAB until Just before time to D Burr during
pull this year's corn crop, and his T the lent 10% of Jlre life. *

oldest boy actually did moat of the, E 5
I A POST CARD OR A PHONE CALL ;s,,: work getting It to maturity. Tilt!
f h I.n'l worth the risk- Get all the advantage of Super.
John bought his 16 ,
I TO US AT GAINESVILLE 'II. Cushion tires-the first successful' ,
ago/ when. it was, nothing but a extra low pressure Everything a fir* can do

j .WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION'Y;t woods. With only that 34 acres: to NO passenger car lire. SUPIR-CUSHION do. BETTBtl
," start with he began making a llvIn -

*;. He.has now,built a house,_ a


Dr.Seymour .

uilgasIn R. MarcoOPT011ETRIST Service Center Station .

Eye Examined
Gainesville Fla. Clouts Fitted SEEDER GOODMAN
Southwest lit Ave. GOOD,?*CAR I'hone 206
U. S. 301( at South City Limits
Starke Fla.
Phone 5393 j 121 W. Call St. ,

Ph. 219 Starke, Fla.

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? ---- Miller-Peterson | Altar ;society: Met 1G
Miss Anice Green Betty Jean Yarbray IlVlJss dbtll11S.
Pastor And Family
r\\ Tuesday NightA Mr. f
BrideOt IJl.h,
Honored At Event To Wed Mr. Dittmar Becomes Honore{

Shull meeting of St. Edward's Altar At BlJt stet ::
Marking 8th Year Society was held at 8 o'clock

.... I l.Iward l T. Shull Jr.. son Tuesday evening. Mii ,f
1 Members of the W M JT, of Ihc. ;i Mack y
wl'r/11081.. ... "r1'. and Mrs K:. T. Shull of The meeting was opened with i I' I c
Church k
First Baptist -t ti was sou
Rev Sti.'ki' and Miss BellY Jean Yar- prayer, led by Father Dunlcavy. !r R
es at a reception honoring of Mr and Mrs H. { who aluo outlined the desired alms were i I' ., "' e
Halnns and family brii daughter r!! | i
D u
and Mrs. L. llghtfu.evening ,
Gladys Mooty I Sunday following the worship service C Varbray
marriage In a simple but Mrs Paul Keleher President ':
Phone 35 This service marked the beginning un t d m pre- Church ; W.member
give ceremony on Friday. sided over the business session ?" '
I of the elgth year Impn! '
pastor's ,
S SrStSt rnrrsrrpspsMiss the J' ilerrgt
-r-rS In
---- S I 7:30 o'clock for I
Aiifetiiit :31. at : when plans the coming year .
In this city.
Lucile Mjtchell Weds Lester T. CrewsIn The lower auditorium of the ,4I evnlnff The Rev. )Ir. Wood which officIated were made. Arrangemriti at I1IIrJllto.

decoratedwith at the ceremony The following officers were elec- frs were MM 'I de<:,
Church beautifully
Lovely Presbyterian Church Ceremonyi pink and lavender coral vine took place In the Feachtree Baptist Vr P ted: Mrs Paul Keleher president; Interest anj re PPton:fait y
Ga. gladioli
----- against a background of magnolia t Church Decatur Mrs. Emery Cooper vl presl- magntlJ&

leaves. The bride was given In marriageby dent; Mrs H. O. Bates, secretary; flanked! hv el1ow
her father, and had as her 1 lighting th. 1tPtn
I Mrs. Maxie Carter, social chair. i Mrs. Joseph Wallace treasurer; mantel
+ of honor her sinter, Mrs. table J 11It
} i man, greeted the guests at the matron Mrs. Robbie Sheller publicitychm. was .verlai,:,
t Dennis. Cantrele. Mrs Louie Dean altar ported cntworl "
1 i door and presented them to the ; 'loth
Sergeant Shull had aa his best .. chm. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, with a silver '"
> receiving line composed of Rev. J't ... ; antique
1 T. Shull. Sr. liIIIIt
his father E. 'Ing
yellow .
Jr of Christian
and Mrs. Haines and family Mrs : confraternity .odwanthemums bultllil
bride wore a sand beige 1
1!S. E. Spark WMU president, and The Y Doctrine. andcenterpler FIJI
blueaccessories. a' v hllIII
i gabardine suit with navy 't"I .e, o\'HI,
the circle leaders, Mrs. B T. elsnkba
eM She carried a whiteprayer \
t 1 7 ? I Thomas, Mrs F J. Shaw, Mrs. G t book and wore white orchids Miss Josephine Peterson, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carnell side with with .hre, -brar,1 rya

B. Flynn Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, I of Mr and :Vrs. Frank Peter- burning '"p", take

Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr, and Mrs I I and Mrs Floyd Green annnimre The matron of honor wore navy) son of Starke and Walter Miller Are EntertainedAt Guestiv, < !(Pt '

Kate Shepherd. the engagement and approaching blue with navy accessories of Cottondale Fla. were united In II Patio PartyA tables, fait ,P red ,.': II

L Mrs. F. M. Hazen presented the marriage of their daughter -' After the wedding a reception marriage on August 14 In a quiet I W vases holding- rod .
"The Church'.! Anlce, to Charles Harris Ditt- brl*..'. table enteb
following program: ; wan held at the home of the ceremony performed In Chlpley. i delightful patio party honor- vas ;

One Foundation" by the youth mar of Gainesville son of Mr and bride's. parents where a white andgreen They are making their home In Ing Mr. and Mrs. CorbIn Carnellof I iflllver bowl witling hnt*
choir directed by George Jones; Mrs. R. Hood Dittmar of Jack carriedout with a shone ). ,
color scheme was. Cottondale at present. Bronxville N. Y. and Wheaton Whltlll(
a reading "New Temples Dedi- sonville. In bone Marking the brfc
decorating.The Ill was given Thursday night of ,
cated" by Mrs. L. G. Powell; 8 Date of the wedding will be announced was a t !
corsage: > dauj ,
young couple left after the Miss Alvarez HonoreeAt last week by Mr. and Mrs. J T.QullZl..y ?,-,
"It Is No Secret" by later.
r ; +' t quartet sung ceremony for a trip to Gatllnburg,, at their home, "Ecum Se. Mrs. Mattie Gahagsnof
. .\ : Helen Haines, Patsy Benton Aliest Tenn. They plan to make their Farewell Party cum", which was attractively dec the Auxiliary Ret Frill,
Lawson and Joan Tenly, accom I
", Aflr Mrs. Shuford, Jr. home In the near future either In orated with cut flowers and potted and Rev \Vallare pdnup

k kI panted by Patsy Lawson and Starke or Jacksonville Miss Helen Haines ,was hostess;; plants. the guests at the door ,

j Martha Landrum on clarinets.Mrs. Honoree At Shower at a delightful party Saturday I In raring/ for the gueatxe..
arrival of dinner
Upon the guests
behalf the
;r'k Sparks, on of Thursday AfternoonSt. WCTU morning at the home of her parents Edward Burns lire, IJ\
WMU presented the Rev. and Mrs Meeting was served in the patio and ;
N. Walnut street honor- Mrs. George Miller
on .,'.
, handpainted Mrs Camel! a bride of June, was ? ?
Haines with a -
'I I Mark's Parish House on "Christian Welfare" was the Ing Mlns Sylvia Alvarez who mov Thomas Mrs. Stanley Km
, .Introduced to the traditionally
'I the occasion.Towle tray as a mementoof I Church street was the scene of a topic of the devotional period at ed to Winter Haven the past week- Southern-style outdoor dinner. Mrs O. L Benslpy

I", \ Pouring punch were Mrs T. F. delightful miscellaneous shower the regular meeting of the WCTUIn end.A After dinner the guests enjoyed Mrs. J. W KincHld 11II11
afternoon from four to
1 Thursday Tabernacle Friday yellow and color motif C. Brown played
PI the Annex last green piano.
ey Landrum Mrs. Pauline Clark Mrs. six o'clock Mrs. games, a historical qu lz and ex-
honoring SidneyJ. carried out In the attractive during the
afternoon. was / cvonlng Alto
and Mrs. J. E c
Gladys Harrington hibitions of magic. Later music
Shuford, Jr., the former Miss
of fall flowers placed at several selections
Members reminded of the bouquets waJogf"'
were ,
Futch. The refreshment table was and conversation was enjoyed In
June Hall. Hostess for the affair
Wr overlaid with a beautiful lace forthcoming state convention In St. vantage points In the home. the parlor. accompanied by lira

r cloth and was centered with a 3- was Mrs. B C. Holtzendorf. Petersburg, October 9-11, and It Is Japanese table mats were used on the piano.
Attractive arrangements of fall Enjoying the,occasion with the
1 M fp / tiered cake flanked with tall burn- hoped that a large delegation.from the refreshment table that wascentered The guests of honor "w'",
flowers were placed at points of bowl of honor guests were F. A. Scott. Mr.
Ing white tapers tied with white the local Union will attend. with a lovely vented' with a beautiful Med
Interest throughout the receptionroom. and Mrs. W. A. Scott Mrs. Purvis
satin ribbons. Presiding at the marigolds. Yellow and green napkins Towle tray from Ihe,1Ir,,
The bride's table was ov..r.laid Hazen and daughter, Janle and
Mr and Mr R. B. Alvarez and further carried out the color memento the
table were Mrs G. L. Mathews, as a of occu
and Mrs. D. L. Thomas. with a hand crocheted cloth daughter, Sylvia moved to Winter scheme. Linda Belk of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs

with a Queen Ann lace design Haven Sunday where Mr. Alvarez Kenneth. Reed of Park of the Mrs. N. T Rltch i speniih.
the Mr. C the affair were thirty
e'wT Serving guests were Enjoying
Centering the table was an attractive la Assistant Director of the Palms Mr. and Mra. L. A. Wynn end with her son and te!|
b+ G. Priest, Mrs. Jesse NewsomeMrs. arrangement of yellow friends of the hostess and 1.1188'' Mr. and Mrs. I :J. of '
: +,' ; T. B. Harding Mrs. R. A pompoms Stale Agricultural Marketing and Wynn In-lnw. Dr and Mrs T S f
1 y Mrs.'EL. flanked by crystal holders Board. Alvarez. Hampton and Miss Susan Wallace. In Jacksonville
Green, Mrs. L. A. Canova, .
-" supporting tall yellow burning tapers -

:I I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomas CrewsAt I and. McKnlght Mrs Ewell, 'Mrs Lawson H. A. Lawson tied with tulle,

The receiving line was composedof

a lovely candlelight servi<'eMI.s button chrysanthemums were the hostess, the honoree and the "

Luella Carolyn Mitchell, placed at Intervals on a white satin Woman's Club honoree' mother, Mrs. B. F, Hall, ,?,.,xnw.>.e, ,. ; ?}.}yyA} .},: utk.yt.yyy4., :' S +tei..i. ,cri1:e:

daughter of Mrs. James Marlon ribbon between sliver candlesticks and the groom's mother, Mrs.
I Will Hold First
.Itchell and the late Mr. Mitchell holding long burning white Sidney J. Shuford, Sr. of Lawtey.

'became the bride of Lester tapers' Silver compotes held daInty Meeting Of Fall Assisting the hostess In caringfor

(Thomas Crews son of Thomas mints and nuts. the guests were Mrs F. C. WWERpRICESi

si i trews/ and the late Mrs. Crew. of In the receiving line were Mrs The first regular monthly meetIng I Holllngsworth, Miss Jimmie Cole, kNOW; 0 *t
o'clock Mitchell the bride and bridegroom '.; : .i.. .
q 'enus. Florida at 3:30: of the fall season of the StarkeWoman' Miss Lucile McRae Miss Mamie $ yyYa :: X ,vA: .F
afternoon of last week I the matron of honor and :i .$t.{{ : ni't Y htf New'St ,
t J Thursday Club will be held Wednesday Henry Mis. Betty Crawford and : ; tSa, \

fin the First Presbyterian Church. the best man. afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in Penny Holllngsworth E ., .,., ..u.>t.y; ; w a'?+
of the Mrs. 0, W Lamar of Quincy '
PI'. U, S. Gordon, pastor the club house.The Invited to call between the ap- }jk t
Presbyterian Church of and Mrs E. K. Perryman cut thebride'
First pointed hours were one hundred
officiated at the Im- cake. Assisting at the reception program topic will be
;alnesvllle "What's New at Bradford High"An guests : ,! 'f q:: .. a: ?.'$l;.
iresaive double ring ceremony. He'as were: Mrs E. L. Matthews, 1 4S.:,i.n vrY.:: w: Vf> /*.>
George McManter"fit Mrs. :J. M. Smith Mr. H. C. invitation has been extended I 'V' %1!
l by
"' .sflll.ted '
I : Brown Mrs Morgan Rlcnarde, to all the new teachers to attend Stump Home Scene end VIGETB1a 'te

,I, if Tampa. was handsomely Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs. Frank this meeting. ? n'k,., ..q.t.Yt
The church Of Rehearsal PartyThe bi
the wedding service Hoover Mrs. Fred Vellum Mrs.C. Hostesses are Mrs R. P. stub' xr 'i '&ro-w ..
; ,Iecerated for ; 9Rif eel. > RGgi: {:5.;h t s:
vt [(with a myriad. ''of candles In A. Knight, Mrs. Charles Darby bins, Mrs. R, A. ,Green, Mrst Walnut street home of Mr. xiJa>x$ s
long Miss Louise Stern Mrs. F. F. W. H Customers'r
.ranched candelabra and Gladys Harrington Mra. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump was thescene

'andlo holders canting a soft Stump, Mrs. J. R Kite Miss Nollman, Mrs. C. F. Ward, and of a lovely buffet supper
setting. The altar Evelyn Stump Mrs. W H. Thom- Miss Dorothy Ross. Corner
low over the I Wednesday evening of last week lona Cut GreenBeans
of arch of candle. Hon of Montlcello, Mrs. S. S. Matthews
made an
vas following the wedding rehearsal of
baskets of white gladioli ,. Mr. E. O. Mansker of The men and women of
vlth floor St. Mark's Crews-Mitchell
,j ,nd white asters which stood Tampa, Mrs. W, E, Mlddleton. Mrs.I. Auxiliary Hosts the of the affair were ceremony.Mr. and AP.have just one job: to 19 Oz.

of white N. Breazeale, Miss Audrey New Hears Missionary keep 13c
.igalnst a solid background : Mrs. Stump. Mr. and Mrs. W H our customers happy. CAN
of man of Madison Mrs. W. B. Sewell w"iy
vines plumomi
with trailing Miss and Everything do behind
Thomson Evelyn Stump we
clusters of magnolia Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Miss Della The St. Marks Woman's Auxil-
Vrn and
,; Miss Lillian Stump the scenes and in
. Rosenberg. Mrs. Guy Sale. Mrs. L. iary held its regular monthly meet- our stores
eaves I used !I. "in"
Summer flowers
fA the wedding. guests assem- A. Davis. Mrs. Merrill Struth. Mra. Ing Monday afternoon at the were buying,manufacturingand
i As
decorating the home for the occasion
of nuptial music 'Clifford Haaen, Mrs. Vernon Sil- Parish house The meeting was distributing food-has
f ijiled a program lona Sweet
with' bouquet of
Svaa played. by Mrs E. M. Davis, cox. Mrs. Al K. Carlisle Mrs opened by the Directress Mrs a graceful only one purpose:

hurch organist. The traditional Arthur Holiday Mrs. Joseph MattIe Gahagan, with devotional white carnations attractively arranged to make your trip to

k I: J adding marches were used. The Scanlan Mrs. H. H. Adams. Mrs. followed. by the Lord's prayer In a crystal bowl used BK your AtP a pleasant, 16 Oz.
the of the buffet serving PEAS 13t
Joseph McDonald, Mra. A. B
rldal chorus from Lohengrin was After a short business session satisfying! and money-
Baker, Mrs J. H. Rltch Mrs. table. The table was coveredwith
ung by Mrs R. J. Davis, Miss each member participated In a discussion saving experience. CAN1ONA
r Mrs. Herbert James Lewis. Mrs. W. J. Chandler, an Imported oyster linen cnt-
{ Svelyn Stump. Mrs. Mr. W. O. Godwin Mrs. :J. M as to how the auxiliarycan ,work cloth and flanking the centerpieces Any time we fall downon
Louise Stern
been Mlts benefit the church In its
! ohn Mlxon and Mrs. L. F. Din- Erownlce Miss Audrey Carlisle, activities. were crystal holders with thepjjob, please; let us 10-OZ. CAN 19-OZ. CAN 2N-07. fJl!

Mrs O L. neasley, Miss. Madge lighted white tapers. write: .
, a Ins.The bride, who was given In Ml
,larrlage by her cousin Samuel C. Mrs T. T. Long Mrs. A. Z. Ad- noon Is a new member of the auxiliary poured punch from an attractively CUSTOMER RELATIONS Tomatoes 10C15C 22 2DEPT

[Mitchell of Jacksonville, had as kins Mrs. Carrie Ward. Mrs Ruby Miss Clara Leaman who I appointed table on the porch for :

er matron of honor Mrs. Frank Collins Mrs Marcus Brown, Mr., has been a missionary to India the guests as they arrived. A&p Food Stores

of Clearwater. S. L. Peek Sr. Mrs J. E. Wilson, since 1923. She gave a very Interesting -, The hosts presented the former no Lexington Awe larter> New
r The matron of honor's gown was Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. S. E. I talk about the religion I Miss Mitchell with a piece of her York 11, N. vT

beautiful model of orchid mar- Simmons, Mrs. S. R. Johns, Mrs.L. and social life of the Hindus. I II chosen china pattern as a remembrance Seedless or MalagaGrapes

.ulsotte over taffeta with sprays D. Green Mrs. A. Anderson, I During the social hour Mrs. O. of the occasion. Mr. and '

!>f llllles of the valley featuring and Mr. Charley: E. Johns 'L. Beaxley hostess for the after Mr. Joe McDonald recently married Rajah

full hooped skirt. Her fan Assisting In nerving were Mrs noon served a salad course. The were also presented with s 2 Ibs. 29Hard

l haped bouquet was of pink mallne Guy Andrews Mrs. W. E. Dowllng, meeting was closed with prayer by lace table cloth from the hosts.

nd tiny pink button pompoms Mrs Herbert Green. Mr.. AI Harley Rev. Fred Yerkea During the evening Miss Mitchell SALAD DRESSING ,

Best man for the bridegroom Miss Dorothy Claire Klckllter and Mr. Crews presented the -

as his cousin Fred Pellum of of Green Cove Springs Mrs. James Madison Fla. wedding party with personal gifts. Ripe

itarke.> Serving as ushers were Hunch Mrs. Billy Jackson Miss MrCrewe graduated In pharmacy AsuteUng, the hostesses In caringfor

ohn It. Powell. 1:. L. Matthews Dorothy Swanbom. Also servingas with high honors at the their guests were Mrs. Del! Pts.25c Qts.45cLaChoy

E. Simmons and Richard T. asslHtant hostesses were Mr.. University of Florida and la a Colley. Mrs. Richard Thede and TOMATOES lb. I 19

''owlor of Stark! and Cleveland H, L. Brownlee. Mrs. R. P. Stub- member of phi Kappa Phi. bache- Mrs I.. F. Smith Jr.
bins Mrs D. C. Jones of.Galnes-
lor Phi
)hlo. of Science In Pharmacy Attending the party were members Beans
The bride selected an exquisite ville. Mrs. Hogan Smith Mrs. W. Sigma!' Biological) Society Bachelor of the wedding party and ,

Mice Carol gown of bridal satin D. Muntly Mrs. J. L. Anderson, of Science degree The Rho Chi out.oftown'guesta..

nd Imported rose point lace with Mrs. J. E. Wilson Miss Elise Society Pharmaceutical, Fota SPROUTS Iceberg CrispLettuce

i fitted bodice and a sheer nylon Jone., of Gainesville. Mr. Carl Chapte Mr. Crews was also In
Jackson, Mrs. Titus Mrs. Weiner Roast Held
Olson ''
ulle> yoke featuring long sleeves the Army four years with the armed
W. A. Stern, Mr II. C. HoTtzen- LARGE
hat tapered to the wrists. The forces during World War II By Young Set 19'
dart Mrs. Bertha Pean-e and Mr. 19 15c
In back with oz. can -
own fastened the He served more than three year HEAD
F. Smith
U Jr. At Edwards Home
mall satin buttons extending fromhe In the Pacific Theatre first with ,

neckline to a point below the Greeting guests at the door were the M. P. battalion In the Hawaiian Wa Chestnuts 35c. --
lace Mra. K. Q. Duncan. Mr. F. F. The J. M. Edwards home on W
ivalstllne. The imported Islands, and later operating radar
plum terminated Into a court Stump. Mrs Edward Burns, Mra. with the signal corps. He also Madison' street was the scene of e Right Thin Sliced 25 to 30 Slices to a Lb.

rain. She wore a scallopedlara If. C. Rltch. Mrs. G. C. Livingstonand took In the Iwo Jlma cam ray event last Friday evening when
Mrs. N. T. Hitch. Sr. Intro- part I Pat Green and Carolyn Soap ] bar 14c ''
which Sleg. Judy Ivory
of seed pearls to paign. Mr. Crews Is now a pharmacist gee Bacon
attached the French tulle ducing the guests were Mr. R. F.Demorest { Edwards entertained at a wienerroast Ib. 59'9
vas at Berry"s Drug Store at I'rrwiial She
and Mrs W. B. Sewell. I
ingertlp veil. Her bouquet was of and a "before school get together
irlde's roses and tuberoses show The bride's book was. kept by High Springs. ". Ivory, 3 bars 16c ,
Miss Carol Mitchell of Jacksonville, Among the out-of-town gut'.t..tthe _
set refreshments
and The enjoyed
satin streamers young
red with
Miss Jeannette McLendon of Or- wedding and reception were::I Large ..10..
ubernses. The bride' only orna- around the camp fire play 30-c Headless Dressed and
Mr. and Mr. Walter Williams, Sr. Ready to
lando and Mrs. Fred Guy of Flakes Fry
ant. was a family heirloom neck- fed games and danced durjng the Ivory -
Gainesville. Presiding over the of Tallahaaiiee, Mrs. G. W. Lamar !,
ace of Princess Archllle Murat. bowls Miss Lillian and Phillip Lamar of Quincy Mr. evening limit BarCamay C
punch were
Mrs. Mitchell selected for her I About fifty" member. of the
'lace Stump. Mrs. R. T Fowler and Mrs.Del and Mr. LeRoy Joyner and arm, the Soap 4 for 47c'Whiting Ib.19C
laughter's wedding a rose school I crowd participated In -
ColUy. Mrs. Levy Canova and John Mr. and Mrs. Dan Vaden Sr. -

nd crepe afternoon gown. She ]Mrs. :J. W. Klncald provided solon Mr. J. ),[. C. Tharln. Dr. and Mrs. I Lava Soap bar lOc ,
a of lavender beauty reg. _
yore corsage
music during the reception. B S. Carroll Rev:and Mr*. JohnT. fun.Mrs.

tiers.Following the ceremony a recep- After spending some time with Harrison and two son. of Jack Howard Weds :Oxydol, Ige. pkg. -_ 30c. Jane Parker Fresh Chocolate Fudge Gold

their guests, the couple left for a sonville. Mrs. Miriam Klckllter, "
on was held honoring the couplet short wedding trip In, SouthFlo Miss Dorothy Claire Klckllter ol: Walter S. Sibley Dreft, l gee 30cis '

the Sturke Woman's Club. The rida. Upon their return they will Green Cove Spring., Mr. and Mrs. 6 1-2 INCH 49'i
eeeptlon room was highlighted by .Mr. and* Mrs. J. V. Edward. Sr OB. rug.Spic'n Layer Cake I
long mantel arrangement of be .t home to their friends In High W. H. Thomson of Montl ello.M" ,. of Brooker announce the marriageof *

Ink gladioli and pink aster. At Springs Mrs. Crews traveled In '*. G. C. Livingston Mrs. E. O their daughter Mrs. Virginia Span 24c EACH !

olnts of Interest throughout the a dressmaker suit of rose beige Mansker of Tampa. Mr. and Mr. Howard, to Walter S. Sibley. of rkgRTrend -;:;
accessories. She Frank Carter of Clearwater Mrs
with wore a
floor baa- navy Starke. "roullI
udltorlum there were
eta of pink gladioli and pink corsage of bride's roses and tube Fred Guy and children Jane and The ceremony. was performed by for Suds 37c All Prim In till *il effective

liters and white gladioli and roses. Jimmy of Gainesville. Mr. Louie the Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell In Snowdrift 1 Ib. 35c /* Home Style Dr"a", Srpt. 8.A&P .

vhlte asters Intermfngled with The bride .Is a graduate of Bradford Hill Mrs. E. B. Wells of Lawtey, the First Methodist Church. can -

luMers of magnolia boughs. High School and attended Dr. and Mrs H. B. McLendon and 1 Starke, Wednesday afternoon. Wesson Oil qt. 671 Food Store
The brlde'a table overlaid withn Florida-Southern College at Lakeland daughter. Jeannette. of Orlando,, Sept, 5. at 6 o'clock In the presence BREAD

Imported lace cloth was center- She Is parliamentarian for Mrs. A. 3. Crew. Lt. and Mrs of the Immediate families.After Swifts Prem 52cSwifts C..

id with a double wedding ring the Junior Woman's Club. The Crosby Dawklns of Jacksonville a short wedding trip to and i '

ake placed on a reflector. The brlde'a maternal grandparentswere Col. and Mrs Owen Griffin and 1 South Florida the couple wUl be Chop. Ham 60c 11-21b Loaf f 20c The Great Atlantic l'aclficIf"

;ake was surrounded with white I Mr. Frederick Postelle Shaf Lt. Col. and Mrs. Harold Wall of at home to friends at Silver Lakethere bt300 Eat Calms

iiallne. Nosegays of tiny white fer and :Mary Putman Shaffer of St. Augustine. Mr. Sibley .Is engaged> In the

I real estate business.

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--- ----- -- -- ;; Charles Hardy', I Mr and Mrs Don Parker of Mr. and Mr. Fred Guy and Chltdren -
I ; frs.--W-- Mr. and :111'11. I
) i,.1'i Pen Offu" r Paul Keloher and F Colnon of I. Woodman CircleAll I Sunday in Palat Jacksonville arc occupying theKlnt'ald returned!' to their home in
and family spent
\ Mrs Kelehor returned last Orange Park visited relatives Hnrdy'a parents,, cottage on Klngslpy Lake I CalnoHVllle Monday after spendingtwo
ka visiting '
from Boulder Colo where Starke Saturday. Woodmen circle member E McGauley. Mrs Hobble Sheller entertainedat weeks at the Adklnn summer
f! Mr and Mrs W. E. Cooper of I are W\ lcd to Marling to be held I Mr. and Mrs. O.
enjoyed a brief visit with H Lake.
I at St. t1d.war.I'a : home on Klngaley
Ut4 11 Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Green, eon a supper
Keleher'H people. They were Mobile, Ala. are spending the latter -,in the WOW Hall Tuesday' evening,
Archie, and daughter Judy, and Recreation Hall recently. Miss Carol White! and two former
home by their sona.I part of the week visiting Mr.and Sept. U, at 8 o'clock for the purpose
Green'sfather the affair. friends Miss ViolaLewU
visited Mrs. I Twenty guests enjoyed college ,
Mrs E. J. Flynn and Mrs. W. of electing officers for the Jimmy Young!:
Ib THE WEWS I Terry who had spent J. W. Abernathy In Daytona Mr. Dolly Sullivan ha returned of Miami and Miss Mary
I summer! in Boulder with their D. Faxon. year. I
Madden of Eagle Lake, apent the
a Marcia, who Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Is visiting All member are asked to bringa Beach Sunday. Ito-, the clerking staff at Koch'aDrug ,'
-- attending
I Mrs. Frances Parker and Mr*. covered dish for refreshments Mr*. R. C. Dampier and son Store!', after cloning: her dry Labor Day weekend at Daytona

,_ Colson en- | Mr. and Mrs I University relatives of Mr.Colorado Keleher, and left Karma Wallen in St. Petersburgthis -....-.. Billy, visited Mr. and Mrs. P. A. I goods toro last week. Beach.

vacation at White, and daughter of of last I week. Mrs. Eznmajytie\ Mathews of Dampier In Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green had as
eek [ C., and Mrs. J. K Mediterranean week cruise on aboard a six- Mr. and Mrs. Q. F. Sewell and Ocala spent the Weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright overnight guests Thursday, of last

:tip J. Eaves and)Wraye. Ca. were Carrier daughter. Ann and .Ron, Murphy, parents, Mr. slid Mrs. L. U. :Mor entertained at a family reunionat week, Mra. William Beck and N O'rICRNoUn. .
A Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 'lv n that the
s hereby
T Lake
4J Saturday from a the J. L. Cole family.Mra. and Mrs. Ned and of Marianna and Don Plttman o< gan.Rev. their cottage on Klngsley < daughters, Carol and Cecelia of underaljfrnftft, la engftsred In business
with Mr. Selma Yancey the Jacksonville Naval Base were J. E.: V\lPrCI of Live Oak. Sunday. Present were Mr. and HenJoraonvillo, N. C., and Mrs. antler the rirtltlnu name of Chris
j vacation ter. Jane, of visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mrs. Charles Darby and family of O. Ncwlxrn studio, Ht.rk., Bradford
Illinois. weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Irene Johns of Green Cove
8 Southern In Jacksonville Florida, and Intend to
<-on mil
In spent the weekend Tuesday H. DuPre several' last week Sante Fe Lake, Mr. and Mrs. A. t.
their daughter, and Cecil Sewell. tl"y Springs. resister acid fictitious name in the
ftilrd In Rldgely, eon'a parents Mr. daughter Mrs Joan Edmond Tenley Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chaateen Petty Officer Second Class Rob- Spencer and daughter, Anlce, Mr Mrs R. O. Dodson and two song of rirti of Clerk of the Circuit Court
{Wroten have returned ( Florida.
Prndford County
Thornton. Mra. and Mrs. Carl Chambllaa and famIly of
some time In Wash- several days' vacation and son, J. Roy were visiting ert N. Deer of Key West spent of Trenton visited Mra. Dodnon'a Worth J. Newhern Sol Owner
trip. Anna May Morris spent friends and relatives In Atlanta, the weekend with his brother-in- and Mrs. Ruby Fugate, all of mother Mrs T. M. Hutching 8J4| 4t >|14
| return They visited Mrs R.
lr Sylvia had spent Tlfton and Hahlra, Ga. from Fri- law and slater, .Ir. and Mrs. Joe Jacksonville. Anise Spencer remained week. Worth Q. Newbern Solo Owner.
several last
I and Mrs. In days 8114 4t IIIH
Thornton with Mrs Bronson. Ashburn, Ga. and day to Arnold with the Wainwright for v
land spent and Mrs. Walters In Relda- Tuesday
Mr. and Mra. Mrs. John M. Mixon of Willlston Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Biggs the w..ek.Mr. ""' '- ""I ,
relatives In They also visited.. friends -:4: '). ;' 1t.v"i'" ..
In :
'N' J.'q :
tth had as their guests : and St. Simons Is visiting Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand recently returned t from a two and Mrs. R. O. Danaby and ,t.h, -" '. .' _._,:_ \( \,
Island -
1 C'W and Mrs. B. E. home < re Mrs. J. E. Futch today, Fri' week vacation WUllamHburg, children!' Janice and Mickey spent .,,"
H. Graham and Ily of Ocala Wednesday night. day. Va and Washington, D. C. The the long weekend In Ozark. Ala I :

8"t weekend from Mr. and Mrs. L. Jeanette McLendon re- Mrs. Janie Avery entertained Blggst-s, who spent the month of visiting relatives. Mrs. R. J. Andrew neered ,
Sunday to her home In Or '
fcn Kingsley Lake In- August at | Lake, moved and daughter, Barbara :
as their Labor after a visit of several weeks the Cannnta Club Tuesday evening.Mr. Klngay I dynamicoUyena1new
home on Blending I Into town Jean returned with them for awack's
visitors Mr. and Mrs her grandparents. Mr. and and Mra. Nate Dyal, and Tuesday
merman of E. S. Matthews She sons spent Sunday at Flagler Leonard F. Smitti.: Jr. Is takinga visit, v
was ac
s. E J. Flynn spent and Mrs. J. C. Vining home by her parents. Beach. First Aid Instructor Course at Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green had as gR BEND I.X
Sat Lake Hultt. Ga. I and Mra. It. B. McLendon Mrs. F. H. Long had as her Lake City thin >week given by the their weekend l guests their aon-ln

Richard Thede and Mr and Mrs. had spent the weekend here. weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. C. Florida Forest Service. Mr. and law and daughter Mr. and Mrs

ave moved to Galnes aa their Labor Day and Mrs. E. A. Winkler have A. Long of Homestead Mr.: and Mrs. Smith and! son, Larry, will Willard Pass and aon of Tallaha.i; automatic

Thede la finishing Mrs. Wallace Faulk ,' home from Baltimore, Mrs Bill Long and daughter, of return to their hone In Munson see and their grandchildren, Palsy

hhe University. Gross of Jacksonville.! where they took their daugh Gainesville and Richard Long of Sunday, Linda and Marjorie Green nf I
/ Martha Ann for Clewlston.) Mrs. Long and her Mr and Mrs. William Gilchrtst Jacksonville
a checkup
Hopkins. They were ac family spent some time with Dr. of Savannah, 0a. were weekend A. M. Wiggins of Jacksonville ECONOMATWASHER

by their daughter, Miss and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll and guests of the Leslie| :Blggaes.. spent Sunday and Monday with

Winkler, who remained at family at Klngsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite and his mother Mrs. M. II. Ilerlong,
D to BUY Let Us Memorial Hospital, Mrs E. L. McKnight drove to I Mary Rivers Stubbl'p" were guests and Pr. Herlong-. L
Lakeland Saturday to rail for her of Mr and Mr. (]eorge Moody at
N. C., where she will In- Judge and Mrs. Frank Smith
WOOD Wash Your for a year as dietician. daughter, Dolores, who has been Flagler Beach from Saturday' have returned to their home In F

TIES Marie McMHlln spent last attending the summer session at Monday. Orlando after
S5 Miss CAldwell spending Angus
9 round.For Florida Southern University Peggy was the
with her mother, Mrs. J. In the Klncald .
'ne Timber Dolores will return to the tan guest of Miss SJe Bigs over the with the new exclusive
term the first of weekend at Lake.
K. Denmark will] leave Sun- October. Kinsley, -
resume his studies at Emo- Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register, Mr. and Mrs. ft. jt. Turnipaeed RINS-SAVER that saves
FREE Bleach If !
Ofin College., Sr. and grandiion, Freeman Reg and two children( Fort Gaines,
Temple Ave. of Mr.! and Mra. A. D. Inter, HI, returned Thursday of Ga. were weekend %nest* of Dr up to 56 gallons of
Pay last week after a six day tour and Mrs H. H. Adams The
OWe were to hear
sorry of the
of Mrs. Martln'a brother through the Smokey Mountains.Cpl. Adamses also had as Sunday water washday
Cash Prices Will C. Brown of Dayton, Ohio. Morris Williams of Fort guests Mr. and Mr, D. E. Adams If You Have

SIZE TRACT in St. Vlncenfa Hospital Bennlng, Ga..and Warren Oglenby. and Mrs. Carrie! Adams of Jacksonville \ -

Dry Your last Monday. Mrs. of Waycross, Ga. were weekend PINE OR CYPRESS G
sister, Mrs Charles Plck- guests of Miss Evelyn Newsome. Mrs. R. c. Dabbler spent) Labor
of Miami was. Mr. and Mrs Junlus Smith had Day In Palatka. M the guest of TIMBER TO SELL
For called to her I
0EE bedside all weekend guests Mr. and Mra Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe. Mrs.
early in
In New the J. E. Jones of Orlando Mr. and Varnadoe and Mrll. Paiapler visit Large or Small Tracts

and Mra. Mrs. Charles Meyers of Jackson ed Daytona Bitch 11the after
Hugh Walters ville, and Mr. and Mrs R. P noon. We Buy All $65.00 less than
IcKINNEY Julia Ann, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Meyers and son, David, of Charles Jerry Lawson visited Gene Walker -
Ed the
I'AY TOP PRICESWrite cv.rage price 01
ton. S. C. I in Savanna ,. Gft. last week
|ke Taxi Stand Tenlyand family. Lt. Col.! and Mrs. H. C. Wall and Gene returned with Jerry for a
Rigdon and son DeLacy 0 automatic washert
)NE 150 to Jacksonville family have returned to their homeIn ahort visit here with the Ewell

rke, Fla. The spending the past two Friday weeks St. Augustine after spending Lawauns. or Call
his mother, Mm. J. J. Rig. August at Kingsley Lake. Dr. J. Maxie bell; |1 of Gainesville $
Mr. and Mr*. Harris Tyu of was the Saturday visitor of Sen. 229.95

Keleher left Monday for Chattahoorhee and Mr. Mac Wileyof and Mrs. Charley Johns. B. T. THOMAS
.!! Seminary, Bloom- Panama City were weekend Mr. and Mrs \V. H. Yawn spent

Conn., where he will enter guests of Mr. and Mr. H. K. Tyua. the weekend In Albany, Ga. visit. LUMBER CO.
for the Priesthood. V S. St. John log friends.Mrs. low down paymentEasy
10 He and daughter,
b The Voters Of Starke I Iit' a scholarship as stu- Mrs. Alice Sldman spent Sundayto Effle CordrAy of Jacksonville PHONE 211-J t.? i trm

the Diocese of St. Augua-- Tuesday In Darlington, S. C. at- spent. the weekend with Mr. P. O. lime 735 + 34.49
and Mrs. W. B. Alunly.
tending the SOO mile mock car STAHKE, FLA.
office Is a public trust. It should and Mrs. Frederick Bishop Nancy DuPre Vmt| \.
whose conduct is characterized Ricky and Neal race.Mr' Mrs. W. Harrington In Palatka
by of and Mrs. L. A. Smith of last -
lonesty integrity, fair play and Park, N. J. 'will arrive Ralnbrldge, Ga., George Baladen, week. i automatic-yet no wringer,

ciples which should be the to be guests of Mr. and Miss Miller, Mis Louise Townsonof no spinner, no bolting down Powerful UNDERTOW
E. .
L. Matthews .
and family Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. .
vli ig !servanjjjrhe.:: office"..of -Chief Lamp"i Lake. r. '. Freeman Johns were the Weekend\ AGITATOR WASHING H.OATAWAY.FLUSHAWAV
filled by a man who will consistently
and Mra. William R. Morse Truck Tires
guests of Mrs. Effie Johns.
draining a New porcelain for work surface
his duties by diligently and constantly Richard, will return this Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McNeill top extra a One

"without favoritism. lie should from a month's tour of the today from a ten-day vacation returned -- dial does all the work. You don't even have to be there

om iniquities of alcohol at all times States and Canada. at New Smyrna Beach and 8.25 20 TEN PLY
x -----
W. L. Edwards and daugh- '
precaution for the protection of public .. Miami. /
e to it that such property is not Wm.Jacksonville; Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swlndall 'VONDERT1J11
O. Struth, Jark-
purposes lie should be ever alert to ; Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. and aon, Anthony enjoyed a delightful 80.75 plus tax guaranteed S
and trip Monday to Ormond year.
morals of the men, women and and children Betty Mar-
munity. and Sandra of Milton; Mr. Beach, Daytona Beach and other In.writing
point of interest.Mr -
.. W. W. Page, Jr. and ,at Mmj w," jrf JM'ijCHnjnjtajiMafBiBran'
are looking for such a man to Billy Martin and Mer and Mrs. J. L. Gentry and .-
artment then I urge you to vote for of Lake City; Mrs. Ester daughter. Vida Jean returned PURE SERVICE STORE A product hIIdIa'f>>pIbcet,.. I...

Kme to serve as YOUR next Chief of and son Sidney Mr. home Thursday after pending
James Pollock of Plant several week In Boston, Maim
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill visiting Mr. Gentry's sister Mr. PHONE 189 WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

Respectfully and children, Roddy, Kathy Marlon Pennell and friends In
New York City. Enroute home OPEN I 5 A.M. 'TILL 11 P.M.
were weekend guests 222-221 Temple Ave.
Earl F. Miles. On U. S. 301
and Mrs. W H. Struth and they visited In Richmond Va., Sky
Struth. Line National Park, and Sumter, St. Roads 100 and 200 Starke Fla. PHONE 166 STARKE FLA.

and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf S. C. I .
i office does not carry with it any I J1_
retirement their guests last week, -
'.. mother, Mrs R. -- -

( political adv.) of Jasper, !her sister,
L. Morgan of Brunswirk
tier brother and slsler-In-
and :Mrs E. N. McGhm 1

roe, Texas. '
Carwell of Tampa and jUN.'OR
... of Miami were week- .. ij/

at the Avery Inn. :

at Mary a slumber Ella Turner party Thurs enter .r t M. 1

of last week. Her .

Dedicated To Community Service were Misses JoAnn Slade, -_../' e .... -
"Movie Are Better Than Ever"pt. Hazen Mary Sue Epper .
Moacrief and Nancy sQ .T O YOUR SCHOOLS. .
Sun. Mon. The (Iris attended the mat.
8, ONLY .. buffet a t .
a at j
supper '
[E FEATURE MGM', .. i '* and spent the night ., .. '" .". I' '-' ;""
: ., ':r4;
:J.' ;
TE ()aSMnEV > ; George Kopelousos and aon. ::J
(STARRED CNN1 returned Sunday after /
AIJICAL several days in New Or- .
La. F '
BURNETTE Janle Avery entertained at RED !
e/ad I dinner party last Friday ,
A for the Instructors of the
Manufacturing Co. En-

JANE i the affair were Mr. and .

/ ,r Sink and daughter, a A.h '
: / '
: rJ1 Bnckhart Mrs. Geneva Oscar Milton Klrku, Miss and r ... ;(II ,.

Breedon, all of Lexington, PRO/CTwh..e.re.a.
Also News and .
Cartoon the graduation exer- ok-. .,
o' 44'44. f. q
evening of Mlxses" ; j I ..M.,...,--0.' ..w.,---' .. .
re'uaw r.. Morgan and Odessa ',1 4' 't _. ..,.., ,....... .. s- __ ..4,
Tues., Wed. i.....,... ...., .,
r i1AIEM and Mrs. Helen Stewart ": '"' ado mat u ,.'pri.l.......pol".u..wd4... ...,_, Ii.K. a..t.1 ,.. .
Trit. from the Alachua General \ r ;' )- ar.h.. .. tI..... ,.d ..av./h or/.i klb.u" ..,.._I..s bean.' --...:
of Nursing were: Mrs. H.... r, u': ...................-...,........,...a". 10 ,__ NtM. I.,9p.
and family. Mr. and :: ) .fihr

.: ..... Morgan Mrs. Shellle GROWNUPS, TOO I II MIL* YOUK-SILINT PLAY SAf
Idell Lan-
: ( Sharon Hall. K.rp ..... tt nilicy" poto, U Bun...
Mrs. Elva You in
Frances Colley. I on help School Safety Progtamg./ Remember! AMI I throw Uunu. M
: and family Mr. and M,.. die ABC'sicAlws &Cage( 1.Dive low .. -. .._ .
+ JN. .,..I Jones, Mrs. Clyde Priest through peciall-
Plow Latent News, Van, and Joan Dinklns. ,, School l ?ones Obey. Safety. patrols. at all.eimo! .0LlC.MI":1. .,... .....1 p.' ,. .p"
riln took'place In the .1 rW ea..l
and "Let' Go M ; .
Church Gaines r ..... Ply .... N _
v ,a..p? _., /.l.mk DM),._ tr .
Thur., Fri. a' reception following ...sody...M... kun...-......
home given by the e

L. S. Hutto returned home I II I
SHEUTf WINTERS from St. Luke's Hospital

had been under observa .
several daya.

and ]Mm. Jesse Newnome

Cnn ? pppycy e" .r _: weekend and Mr guests*. Eunice Miss Ne"Lola" rl i FIORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY TOUt lUNIHINC KIVM)
a Plus
"Trap lUppr Bob Barnett, all of At.
and Lad And A lanta. Ga. J .

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iIi i'AGSl'_.__(___._______ --_ .. ......_ .__. .__.ft.. I NOTrc!'] TO APPEAr_ I YOU. .are. ."required.. ._ .h_to_.appear... ___on_.. J a-. .
I 1 she ''oti plaint will Dt laiten ? Circuit Court. nrndford COS5IFt'lridai ; '. .WUS' '" ; ;: '
that In
we will try broc< oIl this year as a'' getting any fatter Think f<.." d bv you.Tli In (.h...."'- Court ond cause: wherein plaintiff ''Ill. I
I Ifly eommerlcal as we have chang. would pick up if we could let her ,ix nolle. shall bo publishedtnr CurtIs: 1\. Sutphin Plaintiff.. vs.E.rlir. BeoRs divorce. Bradford County "f i'Se' ',
crop I conne< utlv shall publish this
four OrderIn '
for ,
But still think that her to nurse so we have to keep gm ph.r,4. Notice > Wltnevs my hand and official e s. c|. .
them .. thin 22nd day of AUIfU.t.t61. To: TMr.AM E"lln, K. SutphIn, BeaLat. Stark, Florida this August Cenlt ,
apart. "
DIARY broccoli will eventually be a big ,ldenc and address Is: 823 29, 1961." COO MH '
whose re <
Vt; crop around here. S S IU 'FI<.'IAI, SISAL.) A. :3. Thomas Court. faHt: Sixth ('Street, Little l.uck. Ark- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thorn., of Prop \' ,. n.:
S S u Gomg to get some day-old chicks Clerk of the Circuit Clerk As Clerk of eald Court. S2, TEast .." ;. "
Sam McCIairey I flock start- IX Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy "YOU; i are hereby notified that a liT Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy ClerkChaa 4Q ",
Alice got out our Irish potato and get a replacement 82i| 4t 9J14OIIH suit for Divorce ha. been tiled n. bless 204-05' Guaranty: Llfa aessea Eu, .:,

The author utll be glad to re- seed which we saved from our ed. We have talked about It a lot, TO APtKAIt against you In the above nsm.a Building l Jaekonville 2, Florida. C..rtltl.t ,
have decided that It is > ........ County, Court and eaua* and you are mc- Attys. for Plf. till| 4t l21| alice Mnj' t 1 T'a, .
now ,
and but
: N'h'e! Item' of tmtrrmt con..rnIng : Spring crop (about a bushel) I* Circuit' Court, .r.. oulred to serve a copy of :your an- ___ of Prop rh ... .... Do..
\ \ the activities of farmer In planted them in the old Sedge practically now or never, as the Klorlilni, In ('hScPrT.cirI..n Plaintiff "". awer or pleading to the complainton NOTICE TO APPEAR Reach H, Dl La, It,
have has done well. 1'uttcrion the Plaintiff's Attorney, T. .. Circuit Court Bradford County, 8 South, n 1:4 Ii
like flock We very Defendant. .
We .. T"
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe I Grass Field. especially Muiniu" Louise Patterson Frank Landrum. Stark., Florida Florida tm Cnnncvry.Anna which A... ns.E.,:
left at the Telegraph offlc'n or the way you can plant Irish potatoes but the hens are getting some age Can No. and rile the original In nil office fiennla Plaintiff vs. Samuel C..rllrt"HI', N'.1 :"'"1 x.'

mailed to Sam -Garvey, Law.ley, I In the Spring; and then by on them and it la beginning tc To Marcia AppearTr. Louise Patttrion of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on L. Benalt, Defendant.Case No. 1834Wtlrr ance ProperlV. A D 1 7' ,.
24th day of September of 1911. ii
before the
or .
Florida.Wormed I II saving the small potatoes, plant show. Plan to get 200 Reds WHOM residence IN: notified Unknown.that a 1951; othrwl th* allegation of T" Appear. Heach, 1-10"1, 6; U. N,

I I again in the Fall and get another 5,5 SHave You are Divorce hereby has been filed aid Complaint will b* .ult for and address IB: 1175 W..tFarm" which t..:
tensed by
crop. Of course It doesn't always to cut "Right" field againto atfiitntit" you In the above named you. .Road. New York. At.'I\ Norma1. .'
Henrietta''* five shoals Decided to do some Fall planting and you are r.- This notice shall publishedone her' A. ,
i work out that way for last year get It in shape so that we will Court anti oaun anpr each week f..r four consecutive You are hereby notified that a All ar > .,
started of aisi
and them in the corn and pea. early (at least for us) so qulred to serve a copy your for Divorce has been filed pc nDerty ,
put 11- suit
this Fall. week In the Bradford County County '
be able again the complainton ''J' 'It
to plant rye
Fall due to
nuts. Used one tablespoon of PTZ with a 250-foot row of green beans. we did not get a crop, ... or pleaillns to Zach H. graph. against you In the above named da. Hrasifurd 81111

and fed them the medicine Put fertilizer In at the time of getting them in late, and very dry Last year we planted It and our the rlnlntlffn Lynch Attorney fiulldlns, Jack- Dated this 22nd day of August Court and cause and you are required Unless .1,, K W
shoat .. 601
per but this Douglas i ltd.OFFICIAL. to serve a copy of your answer flcates 'CtIfi.111!'
weather In October, and an early stock did fine on year and tile the ehall I h. It
In a pall of pig and ROW meal. planting but j-aked it thoroughly rows of it onvilln, Florida office of the Clerkof ( SEAL) A. .1. Thoma or piesilIng to the complaint' on the tn IIIw th rolet. ... ..
freeze. Instead of just three original In the Circuit Attorney T. Frank ProP'r'',
Ci.urt. Plaintiffs
fertilizer will not burn Clerk of the .u..h d.
about so that the or befor .rIlCI "" ,
were on
Indications these Court at ,
From back S. S planted on beds with a regular the Circuit September 1D5lotherwise ; By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk Landrum Stark, Florida, and file ; h. 01"1 I- iii. srtIlt,1,
1he wormiest pig. we've ever had the seed. Feels good to be at to broadcast it the 24th day of allevHtlon of ..Aid Sill 4t till| the original In tile office of the Court \In.... d.hl.h..t, bIGl",
after the hot sum Chickens fell oft In egg pro planter. We plan the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before day r >II,
that the PTZ will get planting again confe.ed ..- In Ih tb.n"
and we hope b taken an '
to a little bit of duction to 5 or 6 a day, but whenwe over the beds and see If we can Complaint' will .. Circuit ( ....t. Prad/ord County., the Jet day of October 19&11oth..rwl" ; Which i. tho ", (, 'tie
rid of most of the worm. Shoals mer. Going plant by you. In of Bald R) .r, .
I of it. Have been h publlHhedonr r'lorl.lnl (han rry.Fiowman the allegation Tatel ,It. ...
re-filled the laying nests .with get a real stand notIce Hhall ,
average about 40 Iba. when put Into everything so that we will have a Thin week for four connecu. It. Iialley Plaintiff va. Complaint will b* taken as con. 1951, It" ,
litter the hens new supplyof advised to plant rye grass but we each Otis S. Bailey Defendant. eased by (
the field and we'll see how much good variety of vegetables for the gave a live week In the Bradford County :you. OFFICIAl.. ':AI., '
grit and oyster shell and pulled had such good results from regularrye Can No. BUt This notice hall be published Clerk of r 5'
Koadntand. Telegraph. Order Of Piihllrntlnn Cod Notice ToAppi'sr each week for four consecutive "
weight they put on. of Augunt one County, Fl- "
S 5 I some greens for them productionwent last year that we hope to repeat fAed> this 20lh day BTATB or KI.OHII. TOI week In th* Bradford County 'I'ele.graph. I Ida

r Also weaned Porky' last litter Plan to a small of anap up the next day to 17. Just It. 1951.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. :.7. Thomas, thiN 8. riHlley, whose r.*ldf>nc* and I ""ti."
try crop
" of five and penned them up for a CCC ( the Circuit Court, I aildrevi l IH' 121 N. Long St. Salisbury Dated thll 29th day of August :NOTIfKthe OP
beans so made up 12 beds about another example of the fact that MyruI'i.kDef. Deputy Clerk N. C. 18B1.OFFICIAL. FOIl 'PPl.lr,,,,'
double 'rtt
been -
) day or so (after they had IWO feet long and put In fertilizer you get out of a thing just about Every once In a while someone By silt| 4t 914OTICIO | Ynu are required to appear on ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, NOTlen is :nVtn
, treated) and then let them out by the "signs," October 1. 1951! In the Shove named Clerk of the. Circuit Court That F. ir. I; ltht HEitpiy. : t
what Into It' Chickens asks us if we plant -
After a week of waiting for the you put Court and Clerk ....
the other five. The TO APPEAR cause, wherein plaintiff By Myrtle T. Deaver, Density following,
In the field with fertilizer to lose Its "heat", we we've found require little care and we admit that we do not. It Tin-alt> Court Bradford CoBUty., seeks divorce. Bradford County lll| 4t DialOTlCE | Issued. thereon, Th'rlltl'l' ,,..

I little pigs average only 20 lb. at will the beans. Had fairly but they do need some essentials. is not that .we believe that folks Klorlilni In In <....... ". Telegraph shall publish thli Order saldcertlfl, ,,. ., .1.Till. t,.
eight weeks of age and again we'llsee plant S. who do are for we are not Carolyn :M. Mlecikownkl plaintiff In next four weekly |Iseuc., TO APSE SR hers and Y.nt ,f h..,..84
heavy rain after we made up the Junlo Mlecskowekl Defendant. Witness my band and official In Clrrult ("".1'0. Bradford Countr.vlorlflnt .. scrlptlon of ih, prnn. ""
v* -
how much they put on. If they beds, and It washed part of them Joy Is mending rapidly from the experienced enough to know, but Case No. 86t9Nollro 29.eat 1951.at Starke, Florida, this August In Chancery.nerald =:7li In whhh w" ai' "

follow the ahoats they will have work on condition caused by a lack of sugar we do not believe in It and are go- To Appear R. Hart Plaintiff. vi. .:
4 up away. This having to To; Janlo Mlvrkowskl, whole (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas, Evalyn Clark Hart Defendant. CertlflraU Vc, J i- '_
in her blood. She Is eating the Ing to sink or swim on what we A. Clerk 'f said Court suanc. Junf,, .
f plenty to eat but trouble Is the beds makes farming complicatedto way la: Unknown. Case No. $1133Jasle I I. A.I" 1111 .
fl. that a ffv !)
she used to, her milk production Is believe In. You are hereby notified Myrtle T. Denver Deputy Clerk Te Appenr.To Ion nt Prnpprly ai Ik II
shoats try to chase them clear out newcomers. SHave null for Divorce and cuntody of Chan. R. hess, 204-011 Ouaranty Lire : Kvalyn Clark Hart, whose II and l to, T.mpl"I'Aih
going up, and she Is losing that S S minor child. ha. been filed Building, jHckaonvlll; 2, Florida. residence In: Lawrencevlll. Virginia. Rlnrk., Section II Towl'lllI)
r of the County. "sorry" appearance she had. Now not got a single berry plant aa nlnit you In the abov named Attya. for PIf. sill| 4t t21! Range 22 Zaet. Stnin. In
two of broccoli.Us..d requlrvd I II >1.
Planted rows and are
and cause you sessed: Unknown
Court Yon ar hereby a
had that we look back on her Illness out yet and we .are really bogged nerve a copy of your answer ; Certificate
to continuation :No
a corn1 plate which we I lit Circuit Court: nrndforj I suit for Divorce, of 114 Tn C
j and think it all caused down raising berries right now. or pleading to the complaint County. ance June 1 I. A r..
filed down so that it vould not that was on Attorney, Evan Klnrldni In ('hnnrrry.Dorln alimony and support money *te., I'" rw
by a simple thing, we realize how Got to do something drastic sQOn on the Plaintiff and Neal n. Evans Jr., M Jacobs, Plaintiff v'. Duck I has been filed against you In the of Property T.nt I. VL1dltlon I
pick up too many seeds, and by T. Kvan Japknonvllle. .Jacobs Defendant. I abov named Court and cause and U. 14. 1 Ill, of RU| ii. "'
oVZlDIMC complicated the raising of stock as raising berries Is one of our best 103 Law Exchange Building are required to serve a to Stnrkt >..'' '
you copyof '
using the 14 gear we planted several Florida; and file the ordinal Cane No. 01132 "tt.
can be. Hope to build Joy up to chances to make good here and we office of the Clerk of the Order Of Puhllmtlim *nil .tlpr' T. your answer or pleading' to the ship South, TIon. II| a,.
i seeds about 18 Inches apart. In the In which A. .
complaint f>n tile Plaintiff Attor >e m. 24th Cppeer .
When they come up we'll thin them good welgtit before we have her know It.Kevstone. (Circuit" of Court September, on or, 1961 before oth the.rwl.* Buck Jacobs. whose OF FionmTOI residence and I hey (leo, K. Turner, 1303 OrahnmTrulldlng. Certificate," N,. 2R Yt.
I bred day Florida nn '* June 1 1. A n IOU l l
again. Jacksonville and \
Complaintwill addreBa 1. Unknown 1\00-
said :
think of '
hill :
out to one plant the allegation of
You file the original In the office of the Proper. N'WH nf' Vf
S 5' S confcxed by you. are required to ,.
taken ax appear on
that this is an easier method than be notice shall b. publlebed Oclohrr I. 19R1, In the above named Clerk of the Circuit Court on or *, Townshln 7 nmmh R,,..,
'planting in a seedbed and then Enjoyed a visit from Mr. Orr and Heights once This each week for four coniiecutlv Court and cunne, wherein plnlntlrfeekB before the 1.t day of October, ]9Blt: A.40 iT'rtrtSn"" ''r WhlfCertificate ,
his Tom.. Bradford County Tel- dlvorc Bradford 'ountvi otherwise the allegation" of Bald
They were looking weekn In the
Do think that No .
transplantlg. not Telegraph shall Complaint will be taken as confessed 1 ii! T C,
publish this Order
for a registered male out of irrnph.nmeii anc June 1 I. A r>
pig thin Slut day of August In next four weekly I ,AU".. by you. I Itit The\
Big Red, but we told them that the Witness mv hand and official I This notice shall b* published of Properly Tot57 \\4'
OFFICIAL, REA T.) A., :1. Thomas, salt, at Starke Florida I one each week, for four, consecutive finn 13 Tnunitltln, R Knit"
We offer the people of Stark. FREE only registered animal bred to Foreign Missions will be the ( Clerk of the Circuit Court. i"nt thin August2"t weeks" In the Bradford County TeleDated 23 East lOA rr..m.. i,

Red since we've had him wa. a theme in the Community Church ny Myrtl T. Denver, Deputy Clerk (OFFICIAL PKAT. A.:1.: 'rhnmaei geTlh. Assessed: S 11 Wnnrimff.

and vicinity one of the most For Prpmpt FREE Removalof gilt owned by one of the T. J. Al- Sunday Sept. 9. Francla O. Clark 824| 4t |14RjOTIfH nv :Mvrtl! T.As Denver Clerk of said Court. I I this 29th day of Au..uot.USI All of of said flrnil pi-nncrlY ford, But"Mvunty .'

J: derman boys. The Orr. Deputy Clerk OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. :J. Thomas.fk da
Dead & Worth. have a of Memorial Chas R i
Crippled superintendent the TO APPRAII Fleas 204.n8> Ouarantv IJfe"ulldlng. I
modern and fluent equippedwelding | of the Circuit ( ""rt t'nless suchirllflr"t tflcates > .
fine farm (formerly owned by L. Home will In nicole Court Bradford. CotiXr.Klorl.lni Jacksonville 2, Florida .
Mules at Penney Farm., Try :Myrtl T. Deaver Denuty Clerk shall he reImoi
Cattle Horses
less I_. Conner I. fhnneerr.Albert AttV". for Plf. Sill| 4t a'Jltn I
shop anywhere.All ) and we had an enjoy. talk on "Our Mission Program", Fort Clnlntlff.' vs. Yvonne 8131 4t 1)13WOTICR ) to law the property. & *'
such cerllflcm" r nrIf.!
& Hogs able evening talking over stock Mr. Clark four In Korea I.ni-lor Fort Defendant. Circuit Conrt. .
J. Work Guaranteed I spent years No. 4822ntlre Hrsilford Cnnnty. or 4PPt.ICSTIONFOR I h* colt tn the hlaliMt kM"
and crops. and is well qualified to speak on Case B-lnrlrfBt' fn ('Cu...... TT: I>KRIVOT1CR I Court House dnnr rm lt!. '5"
. Call 132, StarkeWE I \ Ti Appear. whoa Orac* tf Rklr"---'joj';: l llrr. vs. Fern I''e hERESY fllVTW: day In the month nf n"10
SMITH'S GARAGEAND I It this subject DelberfSterrett will To: Yvonne Lecler Fort L. Sklrven Defendant.. That T J. Alderman the holder nf I w><'ch I. ti. 1-' ** .1 no .
,j ALWAYS COME When we first came here Immediately residence l ,and mtdreH le: Unknown Case
we be at the organ. He will take hereby notified that a No M10 the following certificate baa filed Dated lnl 20110 Tnj of(

t! MACHINE SHOP I Florida Renderers put up a power line down charge of the music from now on. suit You for are Plvorc has above been named filed Order tpneair Of CreTE PnMleatlon OF FI.ORII*nd *tniirr% TOI Tn I h aid* Issued certificates thereon.for The a tax certificate dd to 1951.fl9'FTI'TAT\; "tet, K, '
to the well In the woods lot and aRiilnit you In the Fern T,. "
The Keystone Heights School and are required Sklrven who residence .Nmhers and 'i'.ara nr-I.n.. the Clerk of circuit Curt oil
fJ Temple Ave. Slark..J INC. made the d. Yankee mistake of; got off to an enthusiastic start on Court and to nerve ecu a copy of you your an- and Apt. 111 niTOress Rrt. Is11O2 S. Alfred St.! .description of the property and thenames > County Florlila.
Alexander Virginia- In which It assessed I I'll'
was are
I using pine poles. At the time we Tuesday, Sept. 4. As one teacher 1 on war the or plendlnfr Plaintiff. to the Attorney complaint, T.i .

. were told by neighbors that the II said everyone was "bubbling over i Frank Landrum. Stark, Florida -- -- .

poles wouldn't last, but we were with pep and eagerness to work and file the original In the offlc
In a hurry, so we .vent ahead* And I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
I teachers and pupils aUke". The or before the 24th day nf September,
EreryJranch sure !enough the pole. lasted just building has been cleaned and the 1(51; otherwise the allegation of
two said Complaint will b. t.k.n..
years when they snapped off kitchen painted and everything I.
confessed by
ANCETj at ground level. This time we replaced In good order. The teachers have This notice I you.shall t>* published
think one with a cypress pole and put In some time palntlndeekll.!, once weeks each In the week Bradford for four County conaecutlv Tele- SPECIAL !
It will last a while. tables and flower pots so they look graph

*. fresh and Inviting. The enrollmenton Dated this 22nd day of August

AGENCYPLEASE l Alice planted beets Ir the kit- Tuesday was 83 but more may 1951(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, I'" ONE WEEK ONLY

HC. WALL chen garden. She soaked the seed be added. this. week. Clerk of the Circuit Court. _
: for few Py Myrtle T. Beaver, Depot Clerk, : ORDER TODAY 1 1
iullU a hours and then planted Mrs. Hurley has returned from __ 824| 4t 8114| t SUPPLY LIMITED : _

PHONE 146 them In a bed which had both barn- her summer In North Caolina.Mr. r .

yard manure and commercial fertilizer and Mrs. H. W. Ilardin of NOTICE' TO APPEAR
Constant Service Over 50 Years In It. In Circuit Court Bradford CouBtr. ,
After the beets come Jacksonville spent the weekend FI..r"'., In Cnnnrrrr.Flossie 1951 MODEL

up Alice will transplant them and with Mr. and Mrs.' Kennedy at their Williams Willis, Plaintiff

I :see that they have trace minerals. home on Lake Geneva. VS. VT. C. Willis, Defendant.Cane No. 861Sntlc

,. I es Mr and Mrs. Williams are visitIng % Tn A"p......
Planted a peck of onion sets In TO: W. C'. Willis whos residenceIt ,
Mr. and Mrs John Davis Jr

FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY I a double row In the old Sedge Grass The Piuigborn' family spent the :You I'nknown.are hereby notified that a

Field. This Is the start of a regular Labor Day holiday In Daytona suit, for Divorce has been filed ) SEWInG mAHIDIWITH (

I Phone 26 P. O. Ko\ 509 111 W. Cull St. I system of planting!, which we lleach. Court na-alnst' and you cauH In the and above you are named re*

Starke Florida I i plan to keep at right through the Mrs. Hugh Wilson Jr. has been quired to serve a copy of your en.swer .
or pleading, to the eomptnlnton
Winter and Spring so that we will visiting/ her parents, Mr. and Mrs the 'Plaintiff's Attorney, Zach U A MOTOR MADE BY THE FAMOUS.

: have a steady supply of vegetables. G. E. Wiggins. U. Doll Kill", 50R T.vnch BiilldlnBT. uis
j II 5 S .1 ack con vi I Ia. Florida., and file DELCO DIV. of GENERAL MOT
. FARMALL: TRACTORS FARM EQIPMENTAUTO : MUs Jranlne Brown, of Wash- the original In the office of the ACME
Also planted'one row of wax Ington D. C., a former resident of Clerk" of the Circuit Court on or he- 10 DAY

ACCESSORIES: IIATTEUIES TInES beans We like this variety, and Keystone, has been visiting the fore the 24th day of September TRIALPLAN
1JI5I otherwise the alleg-ntlnnB of
1 TUBES.. FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS find that lots of folks around here Slprellea. paid; Complaint will be taken as

::1 do, too. Planted the row with the )Fayo Sargent 'Is back In Warm confessed. by you.ThlB .
notice shall be published
APPLIANCESFOR tractor and never get over the Springs Ga. for further surgery. once each week for four consecutive

(11 t speed machine.with which you can do thingsby Keystone Heights has a new weeks. In the Bradford County Telfrrnph. .-

I commerlcal enterprise. Walter Dated this 17th day of Aug-uit.
,4 S S S Muhlhofer has opened a jewelry 1151.
I Although think that (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. :J Thomas.
we we may store and watch repair shop In the Clerk of the Circuit Court

11. SALE have been a little too .early we office next to the McKay building Py Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk

I planted a double row of English Another sign of growth and Increasing 8(24( 4t I14In

Pea. Here again we Intend to
The Circuit Court fif FleriIaeighth
I Attention llonseicive and Truckers plant a small quanlty regularly The No Ketchum Club an organization JuilU-lnl Circuit I. And Forllrntlfwril

throughout the entire season so of fishermen who don't County, I. Ihaurery.Hal .

rI I that we have them practically all catch flan, picked Keystone for Wood VB. Swlnk Plaintiff DIVORCE I Tur SirvletQiirinti

PINEAPPLE PRESERVING PEARS the time. I their meeting place last weekendTen Harriet Jean, Smith Swlnk Defendant l_, *

! NOW READY S S S couples from\ Atlanta Jacksonville "noTlCK" TO APPEAR Tfade-tn

Planted 1-4 lb. of cabbage seed Tampa, and Miami met In Th. Nnm, Of The Mini of Florid liberal

In a bed and hope that we will do and To: 'Harrl.t Jean Smith Swlnk, a Allowance
here on Friday evening remained non-resident of the State of Florida, if
JOHN II. DENMARK Keystone Heights, Fla. better than last year when we had through the weekend at the but who I. a resident of Scranton,

no cabbage at all.VIII have to Inn. According to their usual custom Pennsylvania. residing at 3.1 New .
FE STOCK FARM York Street, Scranton, Pennsylvania .
or get some cricket bait out on the they caught no fish. (There It IB hereby ordered that you are

beds so that we get a stand. Is a nenaltv If YOU do). required to appear on the 26th day
.-.. .-.. .-.. of September, A. r)., 1981. before
The Inn reports a full house for the above entitled Court In Bald

Now after getting started In our the holiday. The. Beach was well i HUB, aa required by law, to the
[ Fall planting all we need Is a lot Complaint' for Divorce filed against -
STUDIOS patronized but not crowded: and
CHRIS. J. NEWBERN you and should you file your appearance .
of hurricane rains to wash ev..rything Gold Head Branch State Park reported on said date with the Clerk' -

out, and It well can happen. a smaller crowd than was -f the Circuit Court at th. CourtHouse

-THE I ROVING PHOTOGRAPHERS" But we know it, and will not be un expected, due to unsettled weather then hereby At "8tark' ordered, Florida.and required you are to '; :

prepared. It seems to us that experience conditions. 'Only 855: were regIstered .serv a copy of your Answer to the .
Complaint for Divorce, a* may b. -
In farming does prepare for the holiday, although filed 1 In this catlfle by you. upon Far :rv
WEDDINGS -- PORTRAITS! '.. COMMERCIAL: : you for trouble and you are not the number of visitors for the weeknumbered tm T. Dnuarlna, Plaintiff's solicitor tt_ .-----c.- --
downhearted because you lost a In the Above entitled caus and :
about 2,000. Court, whos address la 1o3 North
crop for the reason that you are The Haiiklns home was the scene Main Htreet. GalneBVttl. Florida, on
prepared for reversals. or before the 15th day of October,
Studio Open All Day Saturdays 5 5 of a family gathering over the I|I" 0 IUI l : and In the event of Itch

weekend. Three of the marrieddaughters ,.failure to file an Appearance or an 0.. S. .
John and Luella are leaving this home with theli : Answer as required' herein and [Indefault C..S. .
Wednesdays 6 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. week and have had a fine time In were thereof' respectively, a '.- 5o5 p..kn
husbands and children. ,'re. Pro Cnnfesso will be entered
Florida. It ha been a real pleasure I aaralnet you for either of such fail.nrc FOR FREE HOMEDEMONSTRATION
to have them with us and we by you to file an Appearance.
S 10 Portraits$3.00 ADDRESSESOF andlor an Answer for th. relief d.- $ 95
X hope they will come back again manded In the Complaint.That .

and next time we hope with their INTERESTSf. the nature of th,* suit, as 19 S
ent W. filed I. for divorce wherein the
parents and livefi\ Bradford Plaintiff Hal Wood "...Inlt. seeks

C. of County. Sgt. Doyle E. Crews-14263-. divorce from you Harriet Jean
Mr. .5. Defendant. "AVIVCTT.O
I 446 Bane Weather Sta. Hunter
jlaught* Had another case of screw- AFB Savannah. Ga. the above entitled cans. was
nd ct 'Instituted In the Eighth Judicial,
worms Mrs. J. E. Edwards Brookvllle
on our hogs so .we bought ,
Circuit In and for Bradford County
ore a
a jar of the newest medicine (E. I Ohio. In Chancerv. at Rtarke. Florida and

sters.Follov. TRANSFER AND Q. 3 35)) baaed on a formula Pfc Edwin Homsby-14387145. .Ss. the!lwt tip',*K.of Plaintiff in* CBS*".IB,lTtfl.>f t.vrvtn .

lion waIt :.B.ALVAREZ&SON STORAGE CO. compound by the U. S. Dept. of Sqdn. L. MP, RTC. Box es: 8801- TUFT TBA.V: SMITH PW1NK 1'.. .- -
Agriculture. It Is supposed to' bebetter 1-TSU. Gordon Ga. fendant.
the 81fcecptloi' It la further ordered that thli
In that It alee kill. the Votlc to Anpn nnd'nr: Order ahalh s --1
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g(1.- screw-worm flies, although care 10TICH To *PAI. .... puHUBkefl on.* each week for [rAE I
long r .--... C..r.. Rses..qenen". four Ml mnsemirlv. weeks In the VACUUM STORES ivr-.
k SKI** oUUt local must be used In treating very rl..'''., tm c.P7' pradford Connrv IsrBph. a 408 W. For yth su '

orVC long distance I young calvos with it. Mlnnl Prln.le Mmlth, Plaintiff vs.Pelton nwn*..*e ".ihlKh><1 In PsrtfordConntv I I Jacksonville 1
La c'r c'g" l'< 5s5 Smith, Defendant. "' 1"...... and that eelS ..ewa.nan. Florida
|MpVU 4 > 'rltaaTvihe: lBi r. 8. Case No. l':o ... I. o, .. r.n..nl eireilatlonanti ,
iT ,f j .iij,, Hottest Summer In 70 year.. according *. To Feiton Htnlth. who. residence I Without tkI I II
: !Stata' obligation I of
to the Weather Bureau. would like
EXCELLENT and addreaa I*:: Unknown WITNESS my hand and official' ;, I a FREE home demonstration
We won't attempt to deny It, as Ton ar. hrby notified that s .....! of BaM four this Und day I wonderful NEW rORTARLE Sewing
we think it have been the hottest milt for Divorce and restoration\ of .f Auv". A.n. 151. at my office I Machine at 1995.
STORAGE may maiden nam has been filed 'n the r"ft...' Hnu. In th. City of I Name I
since the Indiana had posses ....In.t you In the abov named a....... VmA'nr* en...'". VlnrMa.'OFFIClat. --_____________ ____--
Court and ""U.. and you are reo ------------ ---
FACUJTUCSJ sion. "E 'l,> 4. T Thomaalrlr ---------
5.5 qulr.d to ..rv. > copy ot your an. <- "f .1>* Circuit Court BlvhtnTnt. Address
Agents For wr or pleading to thu complaint l1 fleeit**. tn and far Tlrad.nrf -----------------
Bunkie Is not doing well at all. on th Plalntlff'b, Attorney, OeorgaU <"-....My "lorlda. 3 n Chawcery I city
Fattn. Stark.. Florida and fil... *. *'. *" T>. ------ -
DELCIIEKBROS. y Vyr *yeF Tlennty nan ---- ___ -
She has been held back by not orlslnal In tho .office ef the, v>.rt*.* T r*"w.ta.. Jflti-lf" ". foe | ------- .__.State --------__ -
See us first! having milk and even though she I.h. of th. Circuit Court on or b.. "'tBi.ti'e in' ..,...-H Main' "fr..t. I If

_- grazes and eat. dry feed she is not 'otherwise. the 14."the day alteration of B.pt,mhr.of list.laid i I !OalnB\lll[ Florida.! f'SI 41 ft4 |L -R. F. D. Send Specific Directions. J

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I I were thrilled pink about going, they I last Tuesday after spending a week turned to their home here last Friday

tq ouit Christian Church Church of God are Sherry Crosby, Judy Halslop. here visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. E.I after spending their vacatloz
8th & St. Clair Sts. SUNNYBROOK Daniel Alvare and Shirley Thom Warren.Mr. visiting In Mlohig\in. P A friendly welcome awalu you a. and Mrs. E. M. Gunter of vanlan Virginia and North Ca
,I at the First Christian. It you've Sunday School 10( a.m. BY Mrs. O. E. Crosby Mrs. Vera Alston returned to I West Palm Beach were here during Una. Dr. Walters had charge o "
w I gotten out of the habit of goingto Sunday Morning; Worship 11 a.m her home Sunday after spendingher tile weekend visiting' Mr. and the services In the Methodic!
0 church and Sunday school due Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m Well it'. a boy for the Marcus vacation with her son-in-law Mrs. E. M. Futch. Church last Sunday.
to business or sickness or some Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m Conners. The young man made his and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wm. James Wainwright, who Is employed
other reason please won't you Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m arrived Saturday Sept. 1, In St. Crosby In Miami, spent last week AOTICB TO APPEAR,
To Begin Methodist Church"Let I resolve that this Sunday you'll begin Lllk '1 Hospital. They are doingfine. Glenda and Gerald Crosby returned end at his home here !. c....... <..!*. Bratfenl Cnvtrl
1. over again to attend all the ChurchSunday < from Youth Camp last Freddie Dlnklns. who has spent PlerMai Im Cmmrwr.Cornelius ..
1 1ay' At Bayless Ue Worehlp God" ,will be various services of the church. Presbyterian Sorry to report the serious \Illness week.. They sure had lots of fun. the summer visiting relatives In Hanler Hanley Plaintiff, vs. Anna j'
tlte subject of the sermon to be Our Bible school being at 10 a.m. School at 9:45.: : of S. R. Clark, Sr. Surely W. H. Archie and Rev. Brown of Avon Park returned to his home Dar.ad.nt.Ca.. No. .It
Church .
Nelle. T.
st preached In the First Methodist each Sunday morning with C. W. Friendship Class 10 a.m. hope he la feeling better. Jacksonville were visiting Bobble here last week. To: Anna A.Hanler., whose restJ
Ladd will fill the regwlntment Church of Starke on Sunday morning -, Colaon as superintendent. There 11 a.m. Morning Service con- Mrs J. R. Kelly and children Crosby last week. Mr. Archie wUBobble' Mrs. Charles Dlnklna and daughter -I ....no. and .d r. E at Bayle. High- September 9, at 11 o'clock by are classes for everyone: Morn- ducted by Rev. W. A. Scott. were visiting her mother Mrs. A. music Instructor. Sure Mrs. Mildred Cox of Jacksonville Street You are New h.r.by'York 14 notified, New York that: ,
church Sunday. the pastor the Rev. Thomas O. Inn worship services begin at 11 Youth Fellowship Sunday eve I... Drlngers, Sr., In Lake Butler enjoyed hearing Bobble pick playor were the dinner guest of the suit for Divorce has been, flic

L Intint, Sunday'' School. 11 a.m.r I' Mitchell. The service will be held' a.m.each with the Lord's at 11:15.Chrletlan Supper. served fling at 7 p.m. Thursday. whatever you do to an electric Paul Dinklns family last Monday. Court agafnit: n.Ioa In. the and above you are name.re4quired
Sunday :
ervlce topic "How Shall In the Starke Woman's Club anda Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs Muriel Norman was shop guitar. Maybe he will play for I Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs to aerva a copy. of your anj
Revival?" 7:1: p.m. *cordial Invitation Ie extended to! Endeavor begins at 3p.m. ping in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. everyone sometimes. W. H. Edwards Sr. were W. H. seer the or pleadlnato. the complain ion
8:30( with Catherine Colson as I Plaintiff* Attorney, TjS
Bunion. 7:45: p.m. Sermon all. The Church School will beginat I begins and Mrs H. B. Kelly, Mr. Saw Dolph ,and Turdie Crosby Edwards Jr. and J. M. Edwards Prank Iandrum, Stark. Florida enifj:
Sin." 9:43: with a class for every age: hostess. Evangelistic service and Mrs, Floyd Crosby and Mrs of Lake City around again Monday of Atlanta, Miss Ada Edwards of rile the original' In the office of th>f
h* I at 7:30: p.m. each Sunday eve- St. EdwardCatholic Beulab. Kelly Visiting Mr. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or t>.4
cordially Invited tcL group. were : Jacksonville, and Mrs. Charles ore the 17th day of September 1551elherwl.
is la also
The Lord's
Bublio I ning. Supper Marcus Conner and eon In St.Luke' i Jimmy Barber returned to Jacksonville I and .. the alienation I off aalct
worship with us at any Sunday evening at 8pm. Mr. served at this Service. Rev. Francis J. pas Rathel and children Eugene Complaint will b. taken coal
I Mitchell will preach on the following -, Midweek Prayer services are tor. Hospital Sunday. Sunday after a vacatloa Ronnie of Delmar. Delaware. I fenH..d by you.. f
allowing titles will be, used subject: "Paul-Mobilized each Wednesday eVenlng at 730.: Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. Rev. Kearns preached for Rev. with his cousin Glenn Norman. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gllchrlst of This notice. shall be 'publlahaitonoe ....
each week for
C A, Crosby at Black Creek Sun. :J.: John four con cutl"4
eellst Kearns fn the reIrh -' for Christ. Special music will be The 9th chapter of Romans Is the Weekly Mass at 8: a.: m. L. olNewRiver was Savannah Ga. were Labor Day week* 'in the Bradford County Telelgraph.
day. He reports a'well filled house and Basle .
evening' furnished by the youth choir. Confessions' Saturday 5:00: to visiting'Ocar Crosby; of Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. r
bB-lns-Sunday topic for discussion next week. guests
Mrs. Kearns this lSth'
wants to thank all the Sunday afternoon.Don't P1" > day of AucusqOFFICIAL.
18: "Title Examined", The Senior and Intermediate Will look forward to seeing you 8:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. and Mrs. Mae Wells. ,
ber Indies for their to
and Foolish Builders", Youth Fellowship meet at 7 p.m. at all the various Church service. Children's Catechism Classes graciousness forget to leave tour news Mr. and Mr*. Dan Harley ,nd ( BBAt.) A. J. Thom.it ..
+ 'I"e l them while there. Items In the mall box of Floyd rk of the Circuit Court
iandiral The Law." "Soul Dambnn every Sunday evening. Followingthe Saturday 10:00: a. m. Looks good to ace the Eddie Crosby's and I will be glad to children Elaine and Tommle, were aryrtli'IT. Oeaver:, Deputy Clerl.
and Death Disarmed" evening church service there At The TabernacleThe Adult Religious Instruction Norman bark on the old Risingfarm them la the each week.LAWTEY. put diner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sum- 'J17 tt f;
Other Day", "The Only Is a Fellowship Hour for all young courses every Sunday 1 to 8 P. M., after Eddies hitch as guard paper ter Harley of Jacksonville last NOTICE -Or RLRCTIOWt

lion;" "Once Redeemed by people In the Recreation Hall. Sunday morning message at tad by special appointment. at the State Farm. Eddie says the Sunday. J. n. Wainwright, Mayor.
j of Jesus" "You are Al- The Children's Hour on Wednes- the Tabernacle was delivered by pecan farm looks better than the Mrs. C. T. Mayo of Tampa if *t,rk.. Florida, by virtue of th3
avid and cannot be Lost". day afternoon at 3:15: : has been re the sponsor and communion was Church .f Christ night shift at Raiford. \ visiting" her rather J. H. Moore authority hereby rail veiled an election In me by to he law,fuel d hurch wishes to extend anon sumed and all children betweenthe observed. The evening service was Corner 10th and McMahun Mrs. Eunice Box Mrs. Bertie this week. at the City Hall In the aft>re.al2
to anyone to attend this ages of 6 and 12 are cordially In charge of Rev. A F. Grady. Bible School-10 A. M. Grlner Mrs. Hope Barnett end L. II. Futch Mrs. Mae Wells Is spending her town hv the qualified voter oil
and hear this Man of God I Invited to attend. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Something new was presented at Preaching--11 A. M. and 7:30: Mrs. Dolores Mongionl of Jack -- -- vacation visiting her sister Mrs. pur"..... of Hrptvmber electingth 11, ltd.* followlniT for th,|
an evangelist In Ken- Secretary of Children's Hour. nonvllle Lin ale QUchrtst. In Brunswick, Oa.Mr. offlcera:
s been I the Tuesday evening Study P.M. spent Monday with lire Miss Idell Durban was a business .
Eastern U. S. foi Work for the W S. C S.. Is In C. C. and Mrs James Phillips at 0. Mayor far Two Yeara.
and the Mathematical problems were given Prayer Meeting tad Bible Study Crosby. visitor to Gainesville last 0.. C..t.f P.llre fie T_
J years. charge of the Children' Hour. out and when correctly solved each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Saw Mrs. L. A. Crosby and Mrs.J. Tuesday.Mrs Macon, Ga. were weekend guests Year. .. .
pea Bayless Highway Bap. Prayer Meeting Is held on Wednesday -, proved to be answers to Biblical Everyone welcome. R. Kelly In town Saturday with O. W Roberts spent the of his parent, !,Mr. and Mr. O. J. A_0a...(."It a,.4"Taj'..Ic.Cell TP__'......fer., Tw T
Jmrch on Highway 223 ItKlnoklngr evenings at 7:30 p.m. On' question the new youngsters. Two cute weekend In Boynton Beach. While Phillip Year. .
nice now. The car September 3, a new Bible study I' First of the speakers for the fall TIIF.RE CHRISTIAN babies. I noticed they were both there she attended the marriageof Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spence of K Innpectnra. .O Memmlncvray of said election. :
t are doing a fine Job. Any- began based on the first three and winter schedule of special CHURCH getting an awful lot of attention.Mr. I her. niece. MI. Charlotte Tatum. Orlando spent the weekend here W M. Edwards
10 has a spare day Is In- gospels of the New Testament.The services will be Dr. Van Gordet I .. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Mrs. A. H. Harley returned to with her sister Mr. Frank Jones. T.T.. M.n. Williams flalnea. .
down and drive ains. Is Invited. N. C.. There are regular preaching son Bula were !In Jacksonville' entertained her
? come on public cordially of Hendersonvllle. an her home on Sunday after a visit Mrs. H. C. Kelly P. R. Sparks,
eminent Bible teacher and lecturer. services every .Friday night at Wednesday and brought Mrs. Ar-' with relatives in Jacksonville. Sunday School Class on Tuesday Paul Raymond .
1:30.: Crowds are Increasing and stile. Crawford home I In teatlmnny ..""r..t. I hereuntluhnorlhe
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST with them. Mr and Mrs. Rex Mlxon and evening of last week with a class my name and cause thml
ark's Episcopal OF LATTER DAY SAINTS PENTECOSTAL nOUHTESS great Interest Is being shown She was sick but felt better and returned sons. Wayne and Larry, and Mist party. After playing games the .. of the.aid town tn be. her.unafflx.d .
Would appreciate your presence.The to Jacksonville thin the tth day. of AugursA. .!J
Masonic Temple Call Street. 10th St. and Temple AT* Is served Sunday Lou Edwards of Jacksonville were KUSU were served refreshment D !1551.nFFIltAT..
Buy, September 9-Church Sunday School every Sunday I Sunday School 9:45: a. m.: Morn Lord's Supper 3 Spotted the Jr. Phllmans up SUnday guests of their parents, consisting of cake cookies, Ice ( SEAL) J. n. W.lwriaht
9:45 a.m. Holy Com-' morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services Ing'Worship 11 a: m.; Evangelistic every Sunday afternoon at from Tampa this weekend. Took Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Sr. cream and fresh grapes from the Atlent. :Mayor Cart Jonnnr., CHr Clerk;
o'clock. their
6:30: m. cordial Invitation Services 7:00 p. m. Everyone mono Mrs. Allen Moore back. : Kelly's large vine.
j 11:00: a.m. p. Mr. and J. L. Kelly of Gainesville grape f10| Rt 9
Rev Fred Yerkes Celebrant Is extended to all. 'lll'elcome, __M_..'.........._.. Homer Swlndall Minister. She had been. visiting her parents.; were guests of the Frank Dr and Mrs. W, T. Walters. re-
Mr. and Mrs. W R. HalKlop.
REVIVAL: BEGINS: MONDAY Saw Lavon and Margaret Alvarez Jones family last Sunday.
AT FAITH BAPTIST of Orlando visiting Lavon's parents I Holiday guests of Mayor and
Mrs O. J, Anders Mr. and
We Reserve ., Mr. and Mr R, M. Alvarez, were
A revival meeting will begin this I Mrs. J. D. Jenkins and chllednr
I Monday night, Sept 10, at 8 week. I' Jenny Lou and Peter John and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke
[HONE NO. STARUNii 5 The Right o'clock In Faith Baptist Church, Seemed good to see Undo John Mrs. Pauline Redgrave and children ,
Lawte). Preaching will be by ElderJ. Kelly and wife around Wednesday. Johnnie and Chert. all of Rev. Lewis I). Haines, Pastor
To Limit H. Mattox of Gibsonton. Fla. They were visiting their daughter Jacksonville, and Dave Perry of
I e The services will continue for two Swinton Crosby. Mobile, Ala. Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town

7 0 QuantitiesSTANDARD weeks. Everyone invited.-A. E. Back to school again! We hav* Mr... W, A. Starling of Jacksonville PHONES: Office 231- Pastor um 130 .,..e"

Massey, pastor.TIIKREHSA. four new beginners\ from here who was visiting her daughter r- ,.,. ? v, v ,

Mrs. C. R. Whitehead, during last t
State Mrs. Williams
and their
week. Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead
CHURCH daughters Sandra and Sherrie, met
Sgt. Williams In Ringgold, Georgia 'I wentto Jacksonville last Mondayto Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:t5 P.M.
Services are being held each \ where they visited his parents, take Mrs. Starling home. MID-WEEK SERVICE
Friday evening at this church. before coming to the Farm last : O. J, Phillips and sons, Leslie WEDNESDAY 7:15 P.M.
"We would appreciate your presence Thursday. Sunday Sgt. William: and James, spent Sunday in Tampa r-, mm--m-r fffff-r-r-m _V"_* mffff -

omatoee SIZE -- PERCAN 9c and I'm sure you shall receive reported to Westover Air Base at I. with Mr. and Mr. Coleman VISIT TilE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR
: a blessing," says Rev. Homer Springfield Mass, where his family Phillips I ,
(Limit Three) '" '"'' v v ,
; Swlndall. will join him upon completion of Miss Leonora Warren of Val. v
The Lord'a Supper Is also served living arrangements, donta. Ga. returned to her home
each Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Let us count on your
,well House 80 Count presence at all services of the -----

"-- 25c NAPKINS Box.. lOc church.- .

I STATE FARMBy CIIRIST r i! I i i the a n 6 cveiae e

tape Fruit Sweet Cereal

ICES 3 No. 2 25c KRINKLES each lOc Mrs. Bryan \Vhltn'ld

cans After spending: ten days with Repent, therefore and be converted,

Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd ., that your sins may be blotted out Acts 3:19.
-- Batavia Richardson returned to
her home In Crescent City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and df 1T ionaL
their son. Billy were guests of Mr. : 'Jo't JOLt! Clodt&.n.d
ALASKA TALL and Mrs. John North In Stockton,
almon 39c Georgia Sunday.

From Monday of last week until /
EACH Saturday Mrs. K. W Parks and

Billy Parke of Lake Worth were a
visitors of Mr. and Mrs W O.Stringfellow. YOU'LL' NOT WANT TO

Orala. Is now making her home
IILUfor29c COFFEE 1 lib. tin 79c with her son and daughter-in-law SERVICES OF i.# YOUR CONVENIENCE
I Iat ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell. THIS GREAT REVIVAL '
Mr. and Mr. P. S. Crews had "- r CHURCH IS AIR-C001.-,
''IIJI their guests during the holidays MEETING THAT'
Woodbury I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Atwood of Jack- el f ED FOR YOUR COM.;

SALT, 3 f for l lOc SOAP, 3 f for -- 23c sonville.Luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. ALL COUNTY OF IS BRADFORD TALKING i J n FORT. THE; LORD IS

W. E.
Feagle Wednesday
Mrs. George Saxon and Mr*. Mary ,
Blrt of Hampton and Mrs Cynthia i4 .> b ? 4* J + HLESSINGS. nON 'T
Daniels of Rome Georgia.. SERVICES SATURDAY ,$4- f 1
,, 1
I During the past week Mr. and w 1 PLAN TO JUST
Mrs. J. L. Walker and family mov- NIGHT ft 4

ICE Blue Rose LB.63c ed to their new home In Leenburg. COME!

Summer vncntlon ended. Mon. CLOSING
Whole Grain day for the Fern bovs and girls a
who attend school Starke. SERVICES
Holiday visitors of !Mr and Mrs SUNDAY

Herbert Thorns were Mrs. Irene BEGIN AT
L. Roberts of Palatka and Mrs.
azor Single or Double Edge Yellow Handle, 5 String Roberta Crutchfleld and her son SEPT, 9TH aL' 8P.M.Soloist

LADES 3 for 20c BROOM, each 83c Thomas Freddie and of their Lakeland.daughter. Kathleen Mr*. 4 "1 S .

returned to Palntka, with Mr. .
Roberts for a week's stay.

Miss. Joyce Oliver of Ft. Lauderdale -.-- -- -- t1&rx &

WAX CLEANSER. 5c JELLO, 3 for 25c Caldwell was Sunday the guest of Miss June ,

Mr. and Mrs. Milo Slegler 'and

their eon. Mike. of Fort Walton f
were guests of Mr and Mrs. Bryan
Whltfleld from Friday until Wed-
FRAY BENTOS +, ne dny. Mr. Whltfleld went home

with the Siegler. for a vacation

visit.Mr.. Mr. Garland Cod-vln and '
orned Beef 39c
their baby son of Palatka spent'
the holiday weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Godwin. I

Mr. and Mr*. a. E. Crew had as* .,'8

their guest for the evening meal .
Sunday Mr and Mrs. E. H. Clemon, "" a
KnA & Kraft Mrs. Mary Parker and her son. Evangelist
Joe Mr. and Mr. Malcolm H. :
OMATOES 2 for 33c MAYONNAISEpint- demons.. Mrs. Pearl Rodman Miss ,,.,..', .
Marlene Rodman snd Mrs. Ann -1 R mmn B E S 0 tM1
Purvl. sll of Miami; Mr. and Mrv Ijijuhil
'rrh! Juicy Willie Denmark of Jacksonville; -Song Leader- lla
Mr. end Mr. L. J. Clemon of "

DLLET.lb.29c LEMONS dozen LaCrosse and Mr..and Mrs. L. C. Bob Gray
23cI demon of Lake Butler. During I Jerry Dot Clemons
I the day Mr. and Mrs. Crew. and
their relative had attended "Home

I coming" at New Hope Church. FIRST BAPTIST I CHURCH
$ SAVE AT Following 18 months' tour of Hampton

duty In Alaska M-Sgt. Calvin ,
't i William. has returned to the I



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:'SEP 7- 19 51 BRADFORD COUNT TEtf.OItATtt, ......u. FXORIPA __

PAGE EIGHT suit for Divorce has been filed
Absentee Voting against you In the above .,
I named. I
by phoning :07. POLITICAL Methodist Circles Search LaunchedFor Court and cause and you are rqulrd -.
i Florence! Brown to serve a copy uf your anwer ,.
TEEN TOWN Last week, 75: young people at Met TuesdayCircle Today (Friday) Is the deadline or pleading. to the complaint' .fl',
ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR absentee ballots In the the Plaintiff' ,
tended. There were 50 ooys and fur voting on Attorney Jus'phIC \"I' It
TOPICSSquare Sit Graham ,
15 girls. It; IH believed that this MAVOK 1 of the Methodist WSCS ZalutskvContinued City Election of September 11. Jacksonville.Skipper Florida and Building tile the '.

dancing and folk games shortage of girls t Is due largely to To The Citizens of Starke, Florida: met with Mrs. T. H. Slad Tuesday '' Ballots may be obtained In the original In the office of the Clerkof "
that o'clock with clerk' office at the city hall. the Circuit Court on or befort.
will be featured along with the reg. the mistaken impression I wish to announce my candidacy morning at 10 ( from page 1)) the 8th day of October 1951 : otherwise '

ular games this Friday night at girls must have dates to come. for re-election u your Mayor.I 13 members present. |I II I the allegation. of aald Complaint t.. ...."Tlrl"j;

Teen Town held weekly In the The organization said they were have served you conscientiously -I Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton gave the" vlct. forced the dcntlHt's wife to In Circuit Court. Bradford (;o... by you. will b taken a* confessed. .1 l I S" ".Id., I.tel r.::: 5h.

U. S. O. building for all young anxious to see as many girls as .and honestly, and when you hon. devotional "Fruits of the Spirit. hand over the key and go with MOTICH. 1O ArrKAItJvrr"l' This notice Shall. b* published Mill"lICIpI. g (;.'ni,""

people from the eighth grade boys come this Friday night forthey or me with this office again I The program "was given by Mrs. I them III they aped from the area. Hansen Ia ( .!...lMaintlff. va. Agot Once weeks each In week the for Bradford four Consecutive I '
through 19 years old. do not have to have dates will serve you for the next two W. Q. Halle on the Brewster Ho :i They turned off the State Farm M. HatNefl lJel..nd.\ Telegraph.rusted Count | 'I T. A,,.,5. (

As school re-opened this week I but may come seperately or together years the same as I have in the pltal. road onto Highway 225 and. upon 'sac No. 8838 this 5th day of September. I: dri,' Ms'y\ u;" ",

a special invitation was Issued to I Just as they wish. past.On Circle 2'm with Mrs. T. 3. reaching Highway 100 swerved !S.tI To':;.Agot To ApSes'Al. .nll.n.. whose resi- 1951.(OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas ""y'",. laland.l't.i

teachers to visit the club this Friday The organization again asked the record thaT I have made, N. T. Rltch Mon-, left toward Starke. demw 1.1 40* Fifty ttlxlh Street Clerk of the Circuit Court I suit r..r Ire I ho"b'
and Mrs.
or game I am soliciting your active vote Griffin officials had Brooklyn New York. By Myrtle T. beaver Deputy Clerk biv0 ,:
night and observe the festiv all persons having games 1 Meanwhile, prison hereby notified that a nor1lln. ,.. I.,
afternoon.Mrs. You are lilT 4t lho
wish to donateto and support in my campaign for I day Patrol : filed Eli! Court and "
ities. Parents of teen-agers were equipment they Rtcharde the called the Florida Highway suit for Divorce he.. been q..lrod 'Its
I H. 10.
Rose re-election. In th* abov named KOTICK TO APPEAR Prt. ::
Reddish reportIng
this call Margaret Sheriff P. D. you 55cr
aim Invited to attend again please assured do- Respectfully yours, devotional. The program was on and themto Kurt: and cause and you are re week. The organization requestedany Duncan at 85.: They The Church's Concern on Family the escape and asking srvd a oopy of your answeror I. Chaaeery. 'p.. 1: 1'1.lntll' .
adults Interested In chaperon- naters that the equipment will be J. It. WalnwrlghtFOB be on the lookout since the car I pleading. to the complaint on the Jtotnoo. I]. {'C'arplnelll Plaintiff. va. 103 I.nw\'an. oM N"I i D

Ing Friday nights to contact greatly appreciated.PORTRAIT MAYOR Life.A salad course was served during had been headed for Starke. The and Plaintiff Neal D.Attorneys Evans, Jr., Evan, 10S tw T. Evans! I-..I' Catherine Carplnelll, Defendant Case No. S849 I .nn\'III.original. In EIbImf Florid, Br IN

sheriff drove out the State Farm change Building, Jacksonville, N.tlp* Te A.a>_.. "f th. Ih, .
To the voters of : the social hour. Circuit S
road while Patrolman FlUlnglm; Florida. and file the original In the Tot Catherine Carplnelll, Whoseresidence the> 14th dt ( ..
llTr-- -IiI---- In asking your vote and support Clerk of the Circuit and addreaa la v
toward .effire of th. : care of otherwl,,
I, of my candidacy for Mayor of Circle 3 of the Methodist Church I and Deputy Sewell sped Court. on or before the nth day ofOctober. Mr. John Nlaro, lOll South 4fllh r--mnlRlnt' iii .n.R""
I would like to remind home of Mrs. Foster Lake Butler, hoping to hear the nit: otherwise the alleaatlona Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. f'sni.: :': h:* ,:.!"| bo to
Starke you met at the It reached the Pine of ...Id Complaint. will betaken You are hereby notified that a This
: STUDIO that I am not new to Ute duties of Shi Smith Tuesday afternoon with I car off as a. confessed by you. suit for Divorce and ratification of hn"'. tachWeekt ttles.... 'h1n
Level junction. ; \ be publishedi separation t.. ,.
this office, having served one term 13 members present. Thla notice shall' agreement has been rileda.aln.t In ,tha lIrtdr"r.
FlUlnglm said they saw a caranswering i each. week for four consecutiveweeks you In the above named. grnph ,
I liailmarkGreeting Cards previously In this capacity.I The meeting was presided overb I' the description given in the Bradford County Tele- Court and cause and you are r- I9ftI"d 'his !bit
would also like to call your at Mrs. U D. Green In the absenceof quired to serve a copy of your an. !oJ
them by the prison officials and "ri"aed: ? this Slut day. of August! awer or pleading to. the complaint ((01"1"11.\1.
c........ tentlon to the benefits being derived Mrs. A. Z. Adklns circle leader. nn the Plaintiff Attorney T. Frank st1 .
It. CI'rk
tried to see, as they
\ ... from our parking meters Mrs. Titus Olson way in charge of loFFICIAI. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I.nndrum Starke, Florida and file P'y Myrtit T. 'ilk'
I WI.ddIes 1"11. whether or not a prisoner was "Ierk of tOe Circuit Court.By the orlKlnal In th* office .of the DetW,:
('........1.1 and to remind you that these were devotions. Mrs. A. Wood pro- driving. They didn't know at that Myrtle T. Denver, Deri1i'yltCIJjgIn Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I b..

: P..o......,. w........ Installed during my term In office. gram chairman, had as her topic time that Mrs. Kucera had been | fore the 8th day of October 1951.,
otherwise the alleiratlona
i V DI...... The meters have proved profitablefor "The Older Adults". taken with them as a hOHtage.FlUlnglm Clrc-uM (.0..... Bradford ('uu..,., ('01\1I>1nln I will be taken aa con.said
q..IU? the city and have also I believe The hostess assisted by Mrs. bald he could r-lorldal I* < haN...'?. teased by you.
1\ 1"1.1..1.l 1".1.. solved traffic problems.I Newcomb served a salad see a \\ 1111"'", Kelley., I'lalntlff. v.. MarJorie This notice shall be published TilE Sl'fC81
, Photo _ our Q. S. striped T-shirt on the driver of Zedler Kelley. nefendaitt. once each. week for four Consecutive FAMOfs:
hope you will beat these thingsIn course during the social hour. Sewell Case N... gw< weeks In the Bradford County "CA
" the car and he and hastily
.. TKLS"; .
J mind .when you go to the pollson Order Of Puhllcatlou Auil !S .lre 'l'sAppear Telegraph. I flt\IS
agreed that It was probably the N'rA'rrl III" K1.OHID4 TolMurjnrle Tinted. tlilH 6th day of September, OIT.IUTED
Fla Phone 263 Circle met Thursday evening ;
103 W. Call St. Stark. Sept. 11 and cast your vote for Kelley. whose resilience 1 1. BV1 TIll
for. Zfdler
one they were looking
of last week at 8 o'clock with Mrs. LAND :
me. Isi: lun Pllbert Street 8anKrnnclaco (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Roscoe Bullington Photographer & Owner Yours sincerely W. W. Calnes. Mrs. Olin White They then turned around and California: Clerk' of the Circuit Court IN .AITB- n.HJ;
t 'Jr. conducted the meeting usinga chased the racing car bark to You are required to appear. on Fly Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy, Cl rk TION tv PRllVI'I'Pl.lC
J. P. Roberts wards Starke at speeds hovering October> 8. 1051. In the above named lilT 4t 9'28'
, -i---- ILiI': devotional poem. ('"..,t and cause wherein. plaintiff __ "hl.L t\
TO TilE CITIZENS. The was taken from close to 100 miles per hour or as seek divorce. Bradford County NOTICF.. TO APSE 'R
program .
''J' fast would run. shall publish this OrderIn In Circuit ( ......, Bradford Conlr..
j AND VOTERS the "Methodist Woman" and was as the patrol car Telegraph next four weekly. Issues. l-'lorldni. In ..hn.....,.. CLASS: : HOTEL 0

on Africa. During the business The escape car by that time had Witness mv hand and official' seal Alyca Foley Cudahey, Plaintiff V.. NOT !SELL LICt(| (

r MOST SENSATIONAL Dim to the pressing. duties of meeting the main point of discussion gained a considerable distance on ; nt Htarke Klorliln thin September Louis Cudahey. defendant.Case No.
beIng them and they could only see It 8.' 1951. 8610Nollre
my office and the handicap of was a membership drive I (OFKICIAt 8BAh A. J. Thomas To Appeejr.
short !soma of the pollwmrnon A dessert course was served by In the distance. As they topped arl..p As Clerk of said Court To: Lotila Cudahay Whose retil-

the. force, I h.'e been unableto the hostess. slight coming Into town, they lie Myrtle T. Heaver. Deputy Clerk dence and addrena .In: till East 20h"
Street, Bronx, New York VOTE
IJfeHilllillnir. f
rims' H Mesa. 204 fliinranlv
BUY IN TOWN maker an evbMvtlte.ctunptUgnanil saw the escape car In the ditch ona ,.Incksonvllle Flori'la.Atiys. I You are hereby notified that a

wish I at this tim. to express dirt road next to the highway for Plf. lilT Ht DIII'vit'i'IVH | suit for Divorce and restoration
Baptist WMS Circles of maldon name has been tiledagainst
lo you m> regrets fur not bring but they were traveling so fast It you In the above flamedCotrt

,I ahin to avt many of the votersan Met TuesdayThe I was Impossible to make the turn .. Circuit ('..st TO. llrariford ppnnIn (.....lr, and toserve cause a copy and you of your are an.required And Eu

I would like to hate. I earn and the officers traveled several KlorMtll Jut f'hnnrvrr awer or pleading 'the complainton

I Shcphard,
andrum, rUarke, Florida and file
vofa and support for re-election the Baptist W. M U. met at the{ turn around. C.:0.: RIft the original In the office of the

to the office of Chief of Police for home of Mrs. L. O. Hazen Tuesday SO'w..lIsald he had seen the two 'V *.lie To Apnear.To Clerk of the Circuit Cburt on or be. .ts '
I the brief Instant : T.nnnp| Shepherd whose residence fore the lth day of September. 1951 : '
In ttheyI ,
,. f the> coming two >eark I have and afternoon at three-thirty o'clock men. IB: t'nknown. otherwise the allegations of said :t
nlll continue! to rnaperalf with thec'Itien. with ten members present. I passed the car run around be- Yon are hereby notified that a Complaint will b. taken aa con. 4 '
,I 1 1I hind house. Fllllngim who wa. milt, for Plvorce' has been filed tossed by '
IJ J .. of our city at all times In The program on the theme of a nrnlnBt von In tIme shove namedrf Thla notice anal be puhllnhed
enforcing the lawn. Stewardship was directed by the J J I driving said he saw only one and tirt and cause and you are renitlred -
Jthe man was evidently having to Berve a ropy of your an- ,
chairman Mrs. M. F.
ELECTW. program
*", .r or pleadIng' to th complainton ,
E. THORNTON flszen. those taking part being some trouble keeping his torn shirt, the rlnlnflffa Attorney, Karh H. : .'

I CHIEF OF POLICE Mrs. B. T. Thomas. Mrs. W. B. on his body. T>(. "........ IV05 I.vn*.b nillldlnv., Jnrk- order to help you to! decide :
utinvllle Florlila and file the orldInul -
(Pol. adv. paid for r>yV.. E. Alexander and Mrs. H. L. Hough. : When they returned to the car In tli- office. nf the f'h..k of the whether you should or should not :,

Thornton.) Mrs. B. T. Thomas Circle President they found Mrs. Kucera and began Circuit Court, on or before. the 8lhiliv vote for iiirr as a member of your c ix, ,
of October. inRI l : otherwise theflllearntlona
looking for the convicts but
1 presided over the business of Bald Complaint will betaken city council III the Coming election -
FOK CIIIEFP' I'OIJCK: number of In the surrounding '
a people
spsslon. The community mlsMlonproJ..t aB ronfeBHcd by you. I am staling below Home of :
I To The People of Starke: ; area had gathered and Thla notice' Bhall be published.
1 for the month being tracts own* each week fotfnpp ronBecntlveekB the polIcies I hope to try to follow,
1r I I hereby offer myself as a candidate and literature distributed In the were so busy telling the officers <,. in the Pradford County allied by tile other members of the
r! for the office of Chief of public buildings and the what they had seen that the T-1.BTf ..hnted
paymentof council.
the of I search FllI this lImit iluy of September. ,
Police of City Starke. was slightly delayed
$2 for food for IIch..olchllel.
a needy I I .
o1JNEWNORGE Intend to conduct a clean honest a motion to this effect was I llnglm then radioed the highway (nlrFlf'nT. "J1"I.I .T. 'h..m.n' 1. !Make any 'Improvementsthat '
If I In office them what r"-"|. af the Circuit f'ollP' tend toward makinga t'is
campaign. elected return patrol telling
voted and ,.. .....
L on carried The offering fly Tvrtle T. r eavor. pen y (', city In which you art'proud
had and search
that the
for your confidence promise you amounted to 1050.. I happened P,T' 4tOTICM 1I2'! '
the people of Stark. two things: During the social hour the should be started at once In that to live without a

(1)) to enforce the law at all times I Immediate area. > TO i5'rE U' tax burden.

1 to the very bent of my ability, with hostess assisted by Mrs. M. F An hour or so later, a group Iii Clrenlt ....nrt. Itrndford Conntr.t ., 2. Set up a budget wherebyIt
flaxen served delightful refr..hmentl. '
| trl liit In Chance
ran be determined howmuch
'justice and fairness to all and described only as "half the people .
Lorraine J Hlni-kmore Plaintiff va.ICoy
partiality to none (2) to remain in Starke" was on hand with almost { HdBon BlHckmore, DefendantCaB .. ran be spent be.fore .

All% sober at all times and to conduct The Daisy Fowler;; circle of the every conceivable type Nn. S44.tl I It In np nt. P.ROS

REFRI G ERATO R myself In accordance with the Ftaptlst Church met with Mrs. weapon to join the law enforcement :\.1.l .
rules. of gentlemanly tondudwhl..h Freeman Register Sr. Tuesday officers In the search. By I IB: care of E. M. !Nfaokley efficient\ police protectionI
It't big (11 cu. ft.-.nd) It's should be observed the time' bloodhounds were I07A '17th Street. Denver Colorado. I j the) business and renldentlul -
by afternoon with 13 members and
packed with features you'd e,.- $ every holder of a public office. two visitors present. brought In to track the men, so Voii are hereby notified. that a | ......tlon H of thrcity. Your h hOn

pact to find only in model cost- 2999.5 I earnestly solicit the vote and many people had gathered aroundthe ---- This duty to be the
The meeting was opened with ... .: ...-..""".' -. '
ing far more! Come see it tixUy! Only support of each of you and. If car that the dons were unableto responsibility of the Chiefof
by Mrs. Dora Alderman.The .
1 elected I pledge myself to the task devotion pick up the track and were of I II Police, 'without added

4 of diligently serving the people of Jesse Newsome.was given The by Mrs. I little u.e.Prl.on KEYSTONE <*o"t to the tax payers. SentI

Starke throughout the term of program I officials then contacted 4. I do not approve of streetcorner
1 Top-value features low topic was "Tithe With Joy" with
at cost
office. Lacy .Conway and asked him to I council m..lln.M"h.

Respectfully.Earl. Mrs. Jesse. Newsome and Mrs. F.I search the area from the air. An JEWELERSWALLIE ...... Untie are *ometlinen .

,I I- Shelf- F. Miles J. Shaw taking part. The business hour or MO later he spotted Montos ileclded upon before' Capabk

extra Ice meeting was presided over by Mrs lying In an open field and as he they reach the full council ExperiencedYOUR -0
Package FOR CITY COUNCILAn Shaw. dived on him to show officers at regular meetings..

I Shell-folds up or down large Krlsper-keeps vegetables a citizen of the City of StarkeI The meeting was closed with where he was, Montos jumped up KEYSTONE: : HEIGHTSNext 5. To sponsor and to aid In

moist and fresh am announcing my candidacyfor after whfch dellclons. refreshments and started V
Pow.r King Rollator Coldmafcer-5-year prayer running. Sewell and to IlarveyV Drug Store any practical way the reopening -

Protection: PlanGAY'S re-election as a member of the were served oy the Fillingim were the first of the of a hospital.

City Council In the City Electionof hostess, assisted by Mrs. FreemanRegister group to arrive at the field and 0Prompt This. Mhniilil be added to AND SUP

Sept. 11, 1031. My candidacy Jr. Sewell started running In the general -I the many other attraction .

;1 HOME APPLIANCES la based on striving to make direction of Montos' flight. In 'Inviting prospective WILLAPPREC

:Starke: a larger and more prosperous He finally
came home
Ida Darby CircleThe upon after the Efficient Courteous seeker
ADOU'II (;SAY Phone 10 STARKE FLA. town and also a cleaner and eonvlct had crossed a small ditch .\. a bimlness. man an employer> ,

more decent place la which to live. Id.t Darby Circle members and ordered him to stop and raise Service and also. an employee, I feel thatI
Your vote and support will be sincerely .
ore asked to meet at the Baptist his hands. am qualified to be a lot ..f help

E4 appreciated.-W. T (Billy Thanks) Jackson! Church Tuesday Sept. 11, at 10:30 I Montos obeyed and re-crossed O In managing the affairs of our (F')I, kI. l'i

; @ o'clock to go to the A. J. Thomas the creek to be searched After I'lty.01'11: FOR MEJtiniu. ;

n To'TJrJisidfllt8A"d cottage on Klngaley Lake for a 'I assuring; 'hImself that the fugitive EXPERT WATCH -- .. M. Smith.

covered dish luncheon. Mrs. Ira'I was carrying no weapons Sewell (This. ad paid for by me).

Fort M4I.II-: -Mltmlonnry, ..Irnwl.erry tit Make 'tt ", ..".1.. Voters of Starke WIlHOn and Mrs. Palmer Williamswill crossed the ditch with him and REPAIRS
plant* nn new lnn<1. At |.rlc. to ta..M. rk.rees autarsusleed carried him to the waiting prison -- -
move. Milk. m. an offer K.: K.Wanitln. ('lit. *. ,'. ,unp':1.. serve as hostesses guards. When S I
I ", II... north of Walilnon TntV.: < alt .t. Vfarke Pk. 31: VOTE FORP. caught Montos'
in !ni> !to I'MCOIX FOR (...TCOUNC'lL pockets were entirely empty hour I
Dally 9 A.M. to 6 PJVI.ViMliiriMla .
SAI.KSMA.N: : WANTED Rellabl Sewell
)HFn tIKI.P, -Man ami woman lllintler. to KO In lUnlneit' Bellingconetinier .. L. BRIDGESFor To the voters of Starke, Fla. said. He had no money \ )a 9 12 Noon
fur maintenance. work. NeW VUA hounebolil neceHltlea In announcing my candidacy (for not even a match. MILES
Kln"'Y I'AI If In Hrailford County." State are, City Council Credit for the capture of Mon- I-
oo-tipntlttn. referencea. Rawlelch'a' I the City Council I wish to state
toa should
WEPDINO! AND BIRThDAY CAKES Iif|>t KAII-STO-Y, Memphla, Tenn.Sip FOR TIlE: PAST! SIX TEAKS that no one "put me up to run." go to Conway Sewell
Order" taken at Dahiner. u '!I4 said for without his search
-II by
"" UK II.SF.R'EU YOU FAITHFt'ILY I am running "on my own" and air
Phone Montos
flirt emcee.| would
FOR SAKK:-10 aor., S-room house AND WELL.IIK am asking your vote and supporton never have been

HKW1NO Machine l''urn.panv anil elc.tuIity.peanuta.. fence laM atrawherrle 3 acre .corn. on : HAS! COOPERATKI: > \\ ITUOTIIKR the basis of my record a. a hla-caught so soon Conway donated ILC I FFICIENT IN ALL RESI'EClCAPABLE X

l.nk City ..1.... fhon 8HO until and achool* rout. Vrlc $11100.Inquire CITO..ICIAI.S RY private citizen and business man. time gas and the use of his E CALlING(; FOR
machln In tiptop OF
will repnlr your plane In
....onal l Is. W.one at MtanHnrit Service Htatlnn Doe to the demands on making the search. Sewell *
condition r > .. UOKKING FOR THE HKTTKKMKNT my time FL-:
I.nwly. II. IX lIa. '
said and
the spirit with STARKE PROPEItTV.
1iI1..r .
only a-enuln* parta.our HP OF TilE CITY OF by my business It will be Impossible which he .

,. ldelivery
aervli-" i-ar will pick tip an< carried out the search
nt. STARK:. for me to call on was certainly -
aervlcn upon : mr. W ANTI )-Olean Uaarotton.. No to be \HI!
New Singer machine I available overalls or khaki. Ilradford Co. IIK: HAS BEEN IN A POSITION personally and ask for' your support Road blocks commended. FrlM Sat. Sept. 1, 8 RIENDLY Y TO ALL. WHICH

on reawonaliU tera. Trirurraph !, TO DEVOTE PRVCTICAU. but I hope you will (gIve my Ing off the entire were set up seal. DOUBLE .'EATUREDevil's F. AN ASSET TO ST ARlU;.

runner by LY ALL HIS TIME IV UIS- candidacy favorable considerationand area Monday
FOR 8AUE-Strawberry HTPAY IIOO-Own.r may hav. by I night In
th. bed. Klii." MIMlonary pUnt Identifying and paying. for ad and CII \ltniNO HIS nt'TlKS: ASXH'NCILMAV. cast a vote for' me on September a vain attempt to catch
J T t.an.1. S in I In Hnuth of Stark* f''ed hill. J. H. Whit.. Itt. I. Box ;' Zalutnky trying to slip through.
( 11.
llia-hway too.I Ad.tr a IloutaFlu DoorwayWith
on Ul..k., lip The search
Tlnx Til, Stnrke., \ chKt tf AS CIIAIKM4N OF TilE! Sincerely party continued Its M ORALS HIGHNTERESTED
'OP 9Ar.RM.fnot plywood boat hunt all that night and all
STREET fOMMITTKE: : liE HAS George day
wanted -Mon., Tuea Kopelousoi Robert
BABY SITTER t'lieap.'' Atlerbach, Klngsley hAke Tuesday even Taylor
w." ",,urn In.. 1/:30: to I I:lU. OnpremlHia tf %%'ORKEI) NSELFIHIILY FOR though most of the AND
WIIt..r colored. Mrs. 1 Tin: (1REVTLY NEF.DEI1 TM.l'RO'EMENTS men had been without sleep for : l
Momv. lit M Sib Ht It Foil RI'JNT-Nln. room, bath 36 hours. After finding IN TilE AnSR
hum. on Klnaly lAke fIIrn'' h. I ON Tin: CITY Suffered After no trace ACCORDINGTO I .
WII.I., CAKE! roil CHILDREN. In ed Yearly to r..ponlhl| le tenant. I STRKETS.: of the fugitive/ It was decided that AND CLEANING-UP !

my home by week day or hour. M-., R.' W Beckett. Itt I, Ho* 1 IF P. L. BRIDGES IS Every Meal Due further attempts to search the MRS. HOYLE
Mr... R. H. Mundorf. cor rurlatlan 4tn Rtarke Ito woods
,,n.l l-rntt 14... fhoie 1T9-I lie ,l1r.n HE PIUXMISES TO: ELF.CT.1 To Acid Indigestion I would prove fruitless and KNOW Hi*
FOR SAT.re-Strawberry plants by I. WORK FOR AN F.4PAN.SION : the officials settled down to check. With Spring BjlngtnnAlao BY ALL WHO
RKNTb.ilroom fini.hs4hiIU the bed or by th. l.onn Rill LIKED P-
FOn Ing tips and
stOVe. I OF THE: CITY SKMKRAGE hunches of which 1 Short BY OUR YOUNG
Klectrlo boa. .aa Overatreet, Atlantic S.rvIce 8t. Recently a lady stated that she ami Serial
on. month' aal fre. hot water tf m .Hmrke M. S'STEMS:: I troubled there were large numbers.
was with
heater, :.hower. I IO per Htarke month i t. WORK FOR A SYSTEMATIC : indigestion at' Then yesterday morning, after Sun.. !Mon.. Tuea.S .
B. J. Johna. III. I. Ho* 555, r.OIlT-nr.. for teeth, mad of tar very meal regardlena of what
lip 'IT iiiimtlc Plnd' "r churn. to Mm. W. \VINO PROGRAM: OK CITY. she> at. or how much ahe at*. That everything else had failed the pt. 9. 10. 11 E VER READY TO DO HI* DCTr.r .
I B Jr prison received
STREETS: she had tried about permission from
IIAr.F'-lmprov.d 4$-acr* farm everything
FOR Tallahassee
,,.." mile east of Mammon on hard KOR MAT.R-Twn.whel trailer 4' X. WORK FOR THE F.NLARGMENT : old for stomach relief but with to Inaugurate the na BEST OF THEBADMEN
tr...... IH ."r. pear ,x T' atnke bo.t.III Ili-enne, tion-wide manhunt just In
road rm-an OF THE no until case "
CITY success she
got INNER. :N
orchard half of land el". '* ppHre wheel and l tlr. New tar- Zalutnky had ROES' :nG
LIGHT AND WATER TONE. She slipped out of the AT ALL TIMER !
Kleetrlo ll"hta and water. Write naiilln. Telephone M-J or writ. PLANT TO ; atated she wa ama. SORER
HOT itt "..,k... 1' 5I4I.t'NCH floe 481 lip :MEET: TIlE GROOVING DKMAND:: .d with the rcault when she took area without their knowing It. Atpre.s ANY ALCOHOLICE. nE\

RfW'\t (enmnIeie) for a sIat TWO NEW FOtfR ROOK fOTTAORH FOR THESE UTILITY SERV.: this medicine. Now she eats wttli- time he Is still at large.

....rlrt ... flood location In -4"ompletelv '",nl..h..d. all ICES.!' i out tear and I I. free from tndlKej- However Chapman said he Will IV TECHNICOLOR:

Ht..rk.. Write. Una 511 '".rk... convenience. Vrv reaaonahle.r (Pol. Ailv. paid far. by tlon for the first time In be apprehended somewhere short Robert. Ryan "...1 CUlf' Trevor It(
II 11114 *"ntact Mr.. nr.n.... WaM. yean.
Pin Iy and be AU,. Short. F. Miles has
Fin, tip 5'I' P. L. Bridges). INNER-TONE I II the new formula brought back to fulfill an | Latest News '"
HOUXK FOR 1'1.\1.1'-' : of juice. from the life sentence he was serving I law-abiding la &
F'nS'I'HlIn: Nature'
PrW reduced for quick. ..,... Out FOn RKNT-Klnar.l.. I..ik*,. brand FOR CITY COUNCILI I combined with blood plant. at the time of the escape "His Wed. Thurs. an honest decent
4.ronm apartment. Alletertrti
Nice 1roomhot. new earase building Sept. 12. 13
of ..town. with owner.hath. Including efrl- kltcben.. Peaiitlftillr ftirnlnheil wish to offer my services to IRON and nerve strengthening kind always get Into trouble I ing citizen as our Chief-of Polk'

clnry' apartment. with private aertlon.Can entrance. .. nnv. ..Mra rt Stark.. 8.' W. Iteckett, "Rt.I n. the people of Starts as a memberof : VITAMINS B-l. B-2. and B-8. It again," Chapman said "and when DOUBLE FEATURE _
nice rnldentlnl the City Council subject to the he does we'll him."
.ht h*< relieved get
furnlxli abstract. IJ.nno ea many people who
wated In...> Ornn.. Ht apr'aie FOR RKNT: -Four room ftirnlabeit. election to be held on Tuesday.. had never been really helped before FURY in the SKY
.. tf h..".* sol South Walker fit.
t dour >t Huaen'fc
12. I
that business NOTICE
Sept. regret
I tontacV my by any medicine. Taken .""'!'t. Starring, LORrrTTA: YOUNG
Fort HAt "!-tlsnoo Strawberry does not permit me the time ly before! meal It mixes This E. F.
with to
ptn '.. 1 tie.. north .>f Rti.hnll. "" "''- femal hound near to call On all of and solicit your certify that I. C. E MILESPr'rlJ
highway nJmtve Thomas wtforrt Collar on her. 'I. not her* you nod and aide l digestion "thu Devlin am no longer In the weld. Myttery SubmarineMarta
4tn II''l55 p.warrl to finder Notify John W. your vote personally but I will elinvlnallnn gas and bloat" Sodon't lug and repair business. )
Mill. R lto.". Pta Itp I appreciate I
FOrt HAI.P' ,Pr.all *.' tractArfultv greatly appreciate your consideration go on suffering! Get INNER. past patronage but other Interests Torrn and Robt. Doti g las (PoL Adr. paid for by Mrs.
equlnped Contact It MReddlna w tNl.rrh7touuu.k.eDIng. noaitlon I and your support at th. TONE at KOCH DRUG STORK. I have Akw Latse. N_
Paturdiy. only. l..twtevItp. e.e Babv elttlna- filthy Crawford polls. necessitated my withdrawal -
nnral Delivery, Stark. lip (Adv.) from this business. -- I __lIla. _
Juntas M. Smith : -
-C. E. DevUn ,

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