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VOLUME SEYENTY-SLX STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1953 ---- -
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In Home DeliveryPostmaster I. :

The Bradford High School bandmaster issue held the School Boardin Bradford County is about
to get a new local law which i
a 2-2 deadlock for the second consecutive drastically
meeting Saturday. G. J. McGriff Jr. this I alters homestead filing procedures, with Sen.
Pictured as the knotty issue remained unbroken are (left to right) week released a full list of blocks I Charley E. Johns and Tax Assessor Gene Long in :

I:. A. Sapp, II. A. Lawson. L.'Z Johns and Dan W. Starling. Empty to be served by home mail delivery .-, wide disagreement on the issue. apparent J

chair in the rear belongs to Board Chairman J. E. Brown, the man and cautioned residents that III i' The! bfU1WfusPnsredJ in the Legislature by Sen. Johns. f

whose vote would have settled the Issue. Brown did not vote on their addresses must bear east, Long, county officer
I directly affected, said he
July 6. was not present Saturday.' west, north or south designa- not consulted and has not even was t
seen a of the
-Polaroid 1-MInuU Photo by Telegraph-- tions. : The mpaciiraWto:. .."-..? ....riu.... _copy bill !
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"We know of no hitches and ,I the tax assessor's annual postcard it had Long's backing. He said he
home mail delivery should go into j!inquiry to homesteaders. It .1 left it on the calendar for three

Thompson Declared effect on July 1," he. said. .- I matically becomes law unless ,days, waiting protest or approval

McGriff explained the city has h-_ $ --- ------ _I i vetoed by Gov. Leroy Collins!before he permitted House passage.
been divided into four quadrants. ,within the next week. j The bill is a "population act"

with Call and Walnut streets as Old Landmarks Make Way For NewNew The issues are these: which does not require advertising
New Band the line. For to I
DirectorCounty dividing postmen 'I Long says the law will radically or a referendum and is usually
accurately deliver mail, it will be change his office passed by the
procedure, Legislature
as a
necessary__u__ ____., _for__ .residents___ __ __ to_- indicate automatic railroad crossing I, riers, were installed on, South, t he had discovered the concrete.i!cripple efficient might(''courtesy to home-town .
operation, and legislators.It
danger signals costing near $100- Jackson, 8th and Jefferson streets. base for the manual tower
j was
School Supt. Hal mon P. Morgan declared this i their sector. 000 were, put in full operation on All of the new signals are automatically I poured by Quigley and Davis in I I could ultimately upset the county's -I' was drawn to embrace both
Here's the way it works: I tax Bradford
week that M. C. Thompson of Chipley is Bradford High eight Starke streets this week.X. I operated by an electrical structure. and Union counties, butit

School's new bandmaster de;spite a 2-2 vote snarl in the running All persons east and living west (on like streets Madi- M. Smith, local agent for the!system which detects trains as ,1I 11925.I The last tragic accident involv-,I homesteaders Johns says the the law simply saves i i Union.will bring no drastic change in

County School Board. son) must designate whether they Seaboard Airline Railroad said they approach. The old cubicle I|ing the railroad occurred only a L trouble of mail- I
is hired "practically all the bugs" were I for the manual I ing a postcard once a year, and I No copy of the law is available,
said
"Thompson Morgan. "It i is automatic be- live east or west of Walnut (suchas operation was I|month ago, when Dr. Lemuel Colon -lit has '
cause of the operation of the law. In other words, whetheror 150 West Madison, 150 East erased from the system during the given to the county for use as an was killed at the Jackson L (avoid tax"plenty of safeguards" to but both Conner and Johns said it

the School Board approves'the not, Thompson can collect Madison). In these cases, Walnutis week's operation. I air raid warning center. Street crossing. The crossing atthat Conner welching. II]provides that homesteaders have
salary for next year." the dividing line between east Major streets crossing the double -j I The Seaboard last Thursday sent I I time had only a bell signal. Remaining Neutral
Morgan said School Board Termed Bandmaster and west. railroad tracks originally had I tin a railroad wrecker crane, witha Smith said, however, that fatal I E. neutral was Rep. (constitutional $5,000 exemption
Doyle
Conner
bell and blinker :Minor 100,000 ton I! who passed the1!j from taxation.In .
systems. capacity, to lift out accidents on the tracks
Chairman generally
J. E. Brown, in conversation Persons living on streets running i measure in the House. i
had agreed the law made north and south (like Church) streets simply had bells. They were I the huge concrete blocks of the have been few when it is considered Sen. Johns assured him He said| short, the law outlaws the
the appointment automatic. This: must designate whether they live operated manually from a small old system. The crane, steam- that the tracks are double. He was "all right" the billi:annual statement renewing the
and he
informally breaks the two-week north or south of 'Call (such as, cubicle perched atop'a pole near 1 powered but oil fueled, was sent explained that motorists often wait I assumed II]homestead. This annual state-

long 2-2 tie on the bandmasterIssue. :150 North Church, 150 South the ice plant. from Jacksonville and in opera- until one train is passed on one ment now is requred by statewide -
'Church). In these cases, CallS The, new system on four major tion here about eight hours. track and start to cross without :: law and the Johns bill
The band controversy has raged Street is the dividing line between i ( includes bells, blinker and Workmen finished up the bothering to see if another trainis I I ZIP 1 pparently exempts Bradford and

for two consecutive School Board L north and south. "a barrier that drops down in frontof change-over this week by taking on the other track. Union from the statewide'Cr-
the tracks. This type of installation down the wiring of the old system, The use of barriers the four I n on.
on
meetings one on June 6 anda I : McGriff said the following areas : II Houdini
4 j j is located on Washington.10th. said Smith. major crossings eliminates this I the Magician is dead j Follows
special meeting last Saturday.At State Law
consisting mostly of business Madison and Call streets. He said the of the old hazard since i but his successor is somewhere !
age system -[ the barriers will not I Assessor
Saturday's meeting, Board twice Long explains he has
receive
houses, will delivery around. '
Bells and blinkers but no bar- was not known exactly. but lift until I
I
members E. A. Sapp and Dan W. a day: no danger exists. Remember those )een following the state-wide law,
Starling held out for the appointment eight-foot red j i procedure for which state auditors
of Carl Roberts. Starke In lusive. Call Street 100 I Work Starts On Brooker Feed Plant ;Genuine FencingBill and white sticks that surveyors t: have commended him. -
and
businessman and former BUS; .4 % j I through 400 block both east I ; use to sight their instruments? ;i Under state-wide law, the homesteader -
; west; Thompson Street, 100 south; I Well, M. G. McMillan's surveying
bandmaster. Members H. A. Lawson Passed screw appears in to fileor
For person
4t -S Walnut Street, 100 and 200 block was using one on the Blandf'
and L. T. Johns : exemption. After
supported this initial
t- Boon To Bradford Farmers
I ::1 south; all of Court Street; Temple Predicted I ing highway near the county line.j,
Thompson the choice of the t ipplication, no further personal
School Trustees. f Avenne. 100 through 300 north. /Bradford Stock I They were sighting on the stick s tppearances are necessary.

The entire area to be served, in,1, from a half mile away when _I
The Board had before it an The gaunt skeleton of a building Each year, however, the home-
Attorney General's opinion which; \ II1, terms of Inclusive blocks and marks the where Brookeris I Bradford county now has a zip, just like that the slick B teader receives by mail
spot a
I wasn't there post-
broken down Into routes, follows: bonafide fence law. any more. Someone
Morgan interpreted as making the '. i to have a $75,000 feed mill in I from '!c card. He swears the property stills
Route 1 Bay 200-300 a passing car must "requestioned"
1 City The local have. ,
selection of Thompson mandatory. :'. II operation in October. j measure was sponsored : homesteaded, and he mails the
.1 south. Broadway 100 south, Call I I in the I the unwieldy gadgeltLTaint
Outstanding: Statements Legislature by Rep. :ard back to the
assessor.
Outstanding at the meeting Sat 00-400 east and 100-600 west Work on the project, which is Doyle E. Conner as the aftermath funny, says McMillian. He I
urday were: j jI I Court 100 both north'and south, expected to be. a boon to Bradford of a referendum held in the wants it back, and no questions Assessor Long has been provld-
,! 4 Cypress 700-800 west, Francis 600 County livestock and poultry raisers primaries -, asked. !i*>ng the postcards from his own
1. County School Supt. Morgan's last :year. Bradford voters i I ,
West Grand 600 north, Jefferson started recently. This week, 10 ffice expense.
statement that, even if the I overwhelmingly approved a special
Board picks Roberts as band M. C. Thompson 100-200 West, Lafayette 100-300 j,'the framework of the. building was j fence law. i Long was reluctant to comment
west and 600 west, Myrtle 100-300 I going up. t Conner Bradford County 'about the Johns bill since he had
master, Roberts "won't collect any j explained that the statewide I
money" because his appointment Blaze Threatens north. Madison 100-700 west W. E. Bigham Jr., who has | II fence law merely not been consulted nor had he

will violate state law -- i ...."'-' ..... -, .Orange ,,300..north. and ,200-300$ I dreamed the project into near- -rr'4 ,that cattle, hogs and similar requires livestock ,! seen a copy. ,
2. Remarks that School Board Biq Dad's Plant inuth, Pinewood Drive 600 west. I reality, said, "Hope to be millingn J( be kept off the highways. Ill-I Tax Evaluations ,I He said however the bill "could'completely
Chairman Brown did not attend Park 200 south Temple 100-800 I i i[ October. and we expect to save (does not require the fencing destroy our present
the meeting in order to let the A fire in the early morning north Tenth 100-400 west Thompson :$1.50 a bag for feed." animals. Of alII[I system of determining homesteads.

controversial bandmaster issue hours Saturday threatened the 100 south. Walnut 100-700 Bingham the founder of Bing- Consequently, said |Set High "1 probably can work under the
"slide by." .Big Dad manufacturing plant but north and 100-300 south, Washington I lam! Enterprises, Inc., said he : / : I. stock still roams the Conner live-! Recordi jlaw unless it removes the tax as-

3. Charges that Lex Green had was brought under control by.the 1 Of) west and 300-400 west and I.still is engaged in the sale of stock where there are no state backwoods I' i,sessor's power to reject: a homestead -

disqualified himself as School plant's sprinkler system and the I 00200'east, Westmoreland 100 h Cor erection of the milling plant.As r The new law for Bradford highways.Coun-i Bradford County taxable real) application when he knows

Board attorney by siding with Fire Department. both north and south. j a special inducement to draw I ty requires the fencing live-'estate evaluations climbed over l jit' is invalid," he said. "I'll be

Roberts as bandmaster and by I Cause of the fire, which damaged City Route 2 Cherry 300-600)1)I l local money into the project, Bingham 1 r stock altogether. It becomes of effective -,the three million dollar mark for'crippled also unless it gives authOrity -

giving the Board misleading in- six or eight bundles of cloth, is north and 100-200 south. Church I jl] Is offering a block of 100 1 : October 31. the first time in history, Tax As-!! to remove a parcel from

formation. Green, not present at unknown. It could have been set by 100-600 north and 100-300 south'l|
the meeting told the Telegraphlater I an electrical short or an accidental Eighth 500-600 east, :100-share blocks will be offeredthe I had been enacted for such legislation week. I longer is homesteaded.'

the statement regarding cigarette spark, according to 300 east. Jefferson 100-300 east, I facilities of the plant at cost. I I as Baker, Clay and Alachua.counties Largest single item of the.eight, Some Control Lost

Roberts was a "whole pack of lies." firemen. Florida 900 east, Keller 900 north, "This will give the stockholder per cent increase of $222,210 is an j I "If those powers are left with
Assistant Fire Chief Claude Laura 600* east, Mabel 400 south, 1 wholesale, purchasing power'" said -- assessment of $95,830 placed,''me, it will not completely cripple
Pickett said the sprinkler system L Nona 500 east Oak 700-900 north, ;Bingham. "The services of the \v. E. Bingham Jr. Local GuardsmenTo against the Humphries Gold Com!the tax assessor even though the

Time And Tide had kept the smoldering fire from I North Street 700-900 east. Pine :mill will be given to the raiser. pany's Highland Mine. |new law will cause my office to
blazing. Firemen finished the job 700-900 north. Seventh Street 500- :He will get his goods at mill.cost.. the second largest operation in th eta: Get TraininQ 'lose some control over homesteads.
Long attributes the increase in
Time and tide wait for no by dragging the bundles from the 600 east South Street '400-500 At the same time he'll be reaping state. He markets 6,500 three i "If the control and efficiency of
I taxable real estate, aside from a
man building.The east, St. Clair 400-500 north, Tenth I''dividends as part-owner of the pound chickens a week, or nearl:; )In Combat I the office is inhibited, it will affect
It was a crucial moment at the alarm was turned in at 3:10: Street 400-800 east Thompson 200 j jnorth. ]plant." 10 tons, although he started onl;I Units general increase in construction, to;I i both the School Board and the
a fine of
School spirit cooperation on the
Board YI
meeting Satur- %. m., and firemen were out one Water 300-600 north and | Bingham who said two full-time !four years ago. County Commissioners, the two
day. Unbroken was a week-long hour and five minutes. 00-400 south. Washington 500 At least five Bradford County!part of Bradford County taxpayers. -tax boards."
:stock sellers are at work, said the The idea of a local feed mil II .
2-2 deadlock over selection of Other fires during the week: east. stock sale is "moving right along." struck him last year when broiler s National Guardsmen will receive;I i I Long explained that about 50

a BUS bandmaster." were a grease blaze at the ElRancho's Mounted Route 2 Broadway He said the plant will have com were selling for 17 cents a pow: eight weeks of basic combat train Using last year's millage tax'per cent, or 2,500 parcels, of

"Excuse me, spoke up Board barbecue pit on High- 200-300 north Center 300-400, 1 plete milling facilities, with a molasses and costing 24 cents to raise. ing beginning July 1. rate, this added assessment of,Bradford County property is home-
inwuber L. T. Johns real estate will net the
to the exit. as he hastened way 301 Friday and a grass fire west, Christian 100-300 north, 1 mixer, plain mixer and pellet "This mill is going to mean :: Chief Warrant Officer Albert L. $8,000 in additional countyabout taxes stead.is

Reaching the door he turned near South Myrtle Thursday. Orange 400 north, Pratt 500 west. machine. He said stockmen will lot to Bradford County," said Bin g- Crosby said openings are still ;for 1955. i I a physical impossibility
I be able to mix their feed to their i ham, an enthusiastic man in hi s available; for others to participate. 'I .to check all homesteads personally
and explained, "Parking meter's own personal order. | Lt. Randal F. Chitty commented, Long said that the figures quoted each year," said Long. "That is
d !
Polio early 30s. "We're doing our deai
Meet Called For
out. Urgent MondayA
,I run I He pointed out that Brooker level best to bring local peoplin l e i,"It is the desire of local Guard, do not include personal prop- the. value of the'postcard system
,
,will have a local supply of soybean -I Commanders that all personnel erty or railroad and telegraph as-, "If we lose control of homesteads
meeting of the Bradford Coun- consideration of polio matters demanding on the ground level"That's !
The chair of the man who could eligible take advantage this :sessments. and they not to
andj'': meal, a feed base full of I of op- i[ are kept up
of
ty Chapter the National Foundation immediate attention why we're making th "
have broken the tie J Cportunity. '
Board Chair- protein since the nearby Southern | 1 date in a fair manner it stands
man Brown, remained vacant during for Infantile Paralysis will action. An invitation to attend is : 100-block offer. Those taking advantage : He Rabies Innoculation 'to that
Oil and Chemical Co. expects to -1 i said the basic training will j'I. reason the county will lose
Saturday's meeting. Supt. be held in the recreation hall of extended to other civic service I I tart; processing soybeans in will get wholesale. purchasing greatly aid those who ultimatelye For revenue."
Hampton-Starke i i
Morgan said Brown commented he First Methodist Church Mon- organizations in order to encour- ;(October. power. Te benefits of th,e active service. It also will I Johns ExplainsSen.

earlier he might be unable to at- :lay June 20, at 8 p. m. age participation in the chapter'sThe j Bingham is ow.ner of a broiler mill then will go directly to tin e strengthen the local Guard unit Available June 25 I Johns said the bill is virtually -

tend. meeting is being called for community service program. j plant with 78.!>OO broiler capacity, :raisers." by turning out better trained I identical to a Senateapproved -
Hot Issue Guardsmen. I I Another opportunity will be measure, sponsored by him,
Board members Lawson and "We :given dog owners in Starke and which eliminated the postcard
have
Sapp both remarked that Brown I Condemnation Jury Sets Price Tag On Highway Lands for our recruits a, but training it takes program much Hampton to have their pets in- system state-wide. The bill was

apparently was letting the controversy longer for us to complete the i I noculated against rabies. I'killed by House committee."I .
"slide by." Lawson added State Road 100 Parcels No. 25, a jury. ,I In Starke, the shots will be learned
A jury decided Monday that Knight presented evidence to show ; training period because of the) I'< that Sen. Russell
'We'll have to put ice on his feet. property along a highway in Brad I i that the canopy had actually beenon 11, and 12, .26 acre, .057 acre, The trials being held this weekat limitation of a once-weekly drill," :given Saturday, June 25, at R.M. Morrow of Palm Beach had gotten
they'll get so hot." ford is worth about $100 an acre. I land deeded to the county and .103 acre (draining ditch), all the courthouse are the result said Chitty. Mullins' veterinary hospital, !through a local bill exempting his

(Thirty minutes after the meetIng This average was used as a ,many years ago, and that therefore -' owned by William Kaufmann, thee f a failure of the property own- He explained that Guard Brownlee Road, from 9 to 11 a. m. 'county from the old system, and

Brown, came by the court- basis for settling condemnation I no payment at all was really awards were $25, $10, and $ rs and state and county officialsto nel with the grade of Private person and I In Hampton they will be administered II it seemed like a good idea for

house and told Supt. Morgan he suits involving 28 parcels of prop- due Dodd. respectively. agree on what just and proper with less than one service I j; also on June 25, at I Bradford and Union.
bad been delayed because of crop erty, tried before Circuit Court .I The jury awarded Dodd $50. State Road 100; parcel No. 50, payment should be. eligible. The year men of receive i I tare City Hall. The charge will be I "Lots of people forget to fill that

harvesting.) Judge John A. H. Murphee, with In another contested case in G. W. and Eva G. Hall, 6.6 acres, Knight stated that when the regular while basic train-p$1.50, which is less than the regular -postcard exemption form. Some-
pay on ,
Here's the background on the County Attorney Hollis V. Knight I j which W. H. and.J. W. Eddy were $396;' parcel No. 25, Lelia New- large road building program was ing duty. The training will be at I!]l price.Jack i times the form gets lost or mis-
controversy. representing the county's interests.J[.I represented by Dell, lawyer from some .04 acre, $10; parcel No. 8, started in the county last year active Army installations. I I Trawick, county sanitarianl;placed.
School Principal Charles E. Par- Knight stated after the verdict Gainesville it was claimed the Esther R. Williams, .28 acre, over 2,000 parcels of land were i p announces that after June 25 ai I "All the bill does is keep from
tin School Supt. Morgan and the that the "awards were both fair(road improvement would neces- $30; parcel No. 11, Edwin H. and needed and that although ,about Those already signed for the 1,drive: will be conducted to pick,I'troubling the homesteader with anew

Trustees have nominated Thompson to the county and fair to the prop: sitate a new well to water cattle. Cleone R Reagan, .55 acre $55; 400 at first refused to accept the training are James Hazen Henry h up all dogs'which do not have both I'I'i j form every year. It has

for the job as new band- erty owners." Attorney Knight told the jury parcel No. 14, Theron E. and Page payment offered, only about 40 LawSOn. Jack Suggs, Kenneth i;! city dog license and a rabies plenty of safeguards."

master. Three of the cases were con-I that any inconvenience caused Virginia Moore, .55 acre, $55; par- will be. decided in court. Stafford and Louie 1... Starling. i 11 I tag. I Johns said the bill reauires

The Board met June 6 and be-, tested, with Mack Futch, Starke, Eddy was the result of the legal cel No. 38, R. Willis Rivers, .17 On Thursday suits involving I those relinquishing homesteads to

came snarled up with a 2-2 voteon and Sam Dell, Gainesville, representing -!removal Of a cattle gap, and not acre. $17; parcel No. 40, City of properties along highway 100 in notify the tax assessor. Penaltyfor

Thompson's approval. This the property owners. because the county had taken any Keystone Heights, .04 acre, $10; Starke went to trial, includingthe no notification is the levyingof
.
meeting was marked by a dispute Ben Holtzerndorf claimed extra of his property for a road. parcel No. 43, Lot and Kathryn parcels owned by the following -, Silence Is Not GoldenThere a fine amounting to three or

in which attorney Green and Supt. compensation from the.county for The jury's verdict was $72 for aj I Ensey, .809 acre, $81; parcel No. persons: E. K. Ferryman H. five years taxes plus 10 per cent

Morgan locked horns over the damages to his father's pasture .721-acre parcel of land, plus $50 36, Emma M. Heiberger and oth- E. Tucker, Paul Raymond, O. 1..1| was a fire in the Big Dad plant at the penalty."I .

legality of Thompson's nomina- by a drainage ditch through his I in lawyer's fees, and $35 for a ers, .46 acre, $46; Haynes, A. H. Holliday, L. wee hour of 3:10 Saturday morning. Four out think the bill is good fpr the

tion. property, located along the Edwards .046-acre parcel and $100 in lawyer State Road S-225; parcel No. 17, :Davis, Eustic :McKnight.The. A'I of 10 volunteer firemen turned out to quench the people of Bradford County. and it
Before the meeting adjourned Loop Road, S-100A, as well fees. J. J. and Elizabeth Smith .459 panel for the jury summoned -i I blaze. never occurred to me that I should)

Morgan wa3 directed to find out as for the .59 acre parcel takenin Other awards were as follows; acre, $100; parcel No. 25, Ollie' for the trials, excepting those consult Gene Long," said Johns.
from Atty. Gen. Richard W. Ervinif building the road. He stated) Edwards Loop Road-S-100A; Mae Williams. 1.052 acre $110; ,already listed were: D. L. Thomas,' Reason for the poor turnout was that three Union Effect Nil

the Board could ignore the his pasture had been cut in two i I parcel No. 10, Randall Chitty 1.69 I parcel 47R, Albert and Eula Belle:Noah J. Davis, J. W. Thomas, CarlF. firemen in the west end of town were sound Union County Tax Assessor

Trustees and select Roberts as its by the ditch, and that dirt covered If)f acre. $169, plus $41-90 lawyer'sfees Smith .092 acre $125. ". Hernwall Charley Jerome 1 asleep and the siren tmounted at the Fire Department :Marcus Howard said he was not

own choice. a larger area than was needed for ; parcel No. 14, Ira W. Andreu,I The jury. in addition to foreman!.Johns, Herbert Q. Parrish Wm. was too far away to jolt them awake. consulted about the bill, nor had

The Attorney General's opinionwas the ditch. .45 acre. $45; parcel No. 17. Ever- Jaudon consisted of Rudolph A.j'Ji:H. Maxwell, Blanche C. Vaughan, The City once had an extra siren on a pole he seen a copy.

read to the Board at its meet- The jury. through its foreman. dinar Leonard and Louisa Johnson Crawford, M. L. Lawson, Robert!'Adam T. Green, J. A. J. :McKinney, near the Courthouse. It was throttled by the But he said it would not alter

ing Saturday. It consisted of a John F. Jaudon awarded Holt-, 45 acre $45: parcel No. 19, L. Thomas, W. T. Crosby, Edwin 'D. W. Johnson, Nellie H. City Council when a resident of the area pro- his present procedure since he does
June 1 opinion to Alachua County, zendorf $59 for the property con- David Johnson, .06 acre, $10; T. Prevatt, Hiram Levy Norman: 'Thomas E. Lewis. Orrie NOllman.// tested. The siren isnt even mounted anymore. ''not use the postcard system.

which was engaged in a similar demned, $100 for damages to the, Highland Mine Road-S-125; T. N. Norman, S. G. Denmark. J gins, F. F. Flume Oscar ,! Protesting citizen or not doesn't the Big "This is a very small county."
dispute.In pasture and $65.90 for lawyer's I I parcel No. 68. Carlton Grandon W. C. Powell, W. E. Torode, and .John Torode,_ L. W. Barry, Carl i Dad fire which luckily wasn't serious he explained. "Very few people
case trustees do not make a fees. |Williams, .061 acre, $5; and parcel Henry B. Hinson. I P. Carter, Herbert F. Cloverset- serve 'move in and very few move out.
proper nomination the opinion Fred S. Dodd, who lives at Mid,. No. 94 same person .218 acre, The State of Florida exercisesthe 1 tIe, Willie Green, Ancel Norman, as a horse-type lesson to the City Council that it !iI personally make' up the tax

said the School Board "shall have Lakes pleaded his case in person.He $5; parcel No.4, Della Porter right of eminent domain :S. C. Harley, Theodore R. Young., had better provide a better warning system? i books and can do the work from

the authority to fill a vacancy argued that the offer of $50 for j!Siglarski .159 acre, $10; parcel,whereby private property needed Walter S. Sibley, Silver Lake, After all, there are times when silence is not ''knowledge.

after acting on nominations of the removal of a canopy of a fill- No. 6, estate of J. R. Howe. .212,for public improvements may be ;and E. W. Hayes, Starke, both golden. j "I believe different counties

qualified persons submitted by ing station was far short of the acre. $15.90: parcel No.7. Eva F.j|condemned ty legal process andji I!realtors, were used by the countyto should use different methods all






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State Auditors Open PAGE TWO FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1933;
Licenses RevokedThe
editorial--- .
Farmer's DiaryBy Annual County CheckTwo auditor, and Howard Weston auditor CARD 01TIL.XKS

driver's licenses of Clarence members of the State Audi estimated that the job will We wish to thank everyone for
Sam McGarveywe Andrew Benson, Starke, and
their
t ting Department this week begana be completed in about two months. prayers and kindness and
Charles Lewis, Brooker, were revoked the floral
offerings the
routine annual audit of the Upon completion, their during
findingsare
Little Never Come. by the State Departmentof long illness and death of loved
Kingdom had it planted thicker than the books and records of the various our
book says. Public Safety at Tallahassee Bradford sent to the state auditor, who one.-G. L. Kersey and family.
County officials.
recently, according to a report later sends one the -
State audits often reveal how power is abusedin received :M. A. Pettit, assistant state copy to governor YOU'LL LOVE the nt'I.ter-
Florida counties.We We put quite a bit of corn in this week. one to the county official involved brook
purse-size fountain in
know of one small \Vest Florida countyin the freezer, too. Alice ulanchedthe Revocation by thIS department ted for a period of not less than and another to the clerk of pastel shades. Only $2.58 at pens Brad-
commissioner sent ears, and cut some off and means that the license is termina- one year. circuit court.
which a county county- ford County Telegraph. t
filled pint treezer bags, and some _.
into South to -
Georgia
owned road equipment
she put in as whole ears. By the 'w I IGive .
harvest his personal timber! way, when the freezer is working

In the same county, the county commission fine it is a real delight, as we can car a
for years paid rental for a truck belong- When we wept to use the tractorwe have lots of vegetables and fruit -your

ing to a county commissioner's son. That was found the battery dead, and out of season. But when it quits, ___...*""N"* "' '9 Kf
bad enough, but then someone discovered the at first blamed the trouble on a it's just one more thing to driveus J ; 4 a

truck had been junked three years before! lack of enough water in the bat- crazy. "dressed look
Sometimes audits reveal county commissions'purchase tery, but after we got it chargedwe up" ,
of goods from one of its members learned that the generator was Slugger, our steer that we havein I

an act strictly illegal. An old one which crops not working. Took the end plate the barnyard now where he r s {
up from time to time is use of tax money to off, cleaned off the commutator, belongs, is doing nothing but eat It 1Y'
eat, eat, the whole
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livelong day.
- purchase flowers for funerals of influential con- and then with a knife cleaned out We are fattening the scoundrelup ,-. with I I Ij
the slots. Now it is working fine,
stitutents.We Kathrinka is her usual and mean to pour the corn to \
dependable
know of no such extreme abuses in Brad- and self. him to see if we can't make some : : \ \ GOOD'EARk

ford County. If we did, it would be our clear really fine beef. )Feeding him whole j i S Sf

and simple duty to reveal them. :Moved the pump, engine and corn and all the cornstalks he'll
in eat, but we have to get some
But there has been an inherent flaw irrigation pipe over across the pro-
tein for him too.
Florida county governments. Until last year, highway again, and unless we haveto a ,
50-odd Florida counties including Bradford we'll not do it again, becauseit
When we got the medicine and
in the primaries selected their county commis- is a tiresome job. While we advice from Bob Mullins, the Vet ;. ll:1aBll: I i
were, at It, we changed the pipingon
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sioners from districts.
to treat Leo for heartworms, Bob s
our system and put the pitcher .
This means the candidate did not run county- pump, which we use to prime, minute
wide. He sought votes from and made prom- i i
right over the well by using a Tee
ises to only the voters in his district. fitting. In this way, we eliminateda Well it went ,up, and hasn't comedown e 'v Whether you're driving a new car or an older model, you can give it ;
yet. Guess Leo knows how .
This led, in some' instances, to the formationof lot of connections and fittings, to stop the treatments. new dressed-up appearance with sparkling Goodyear te Sidewalls.
"little kingdoms," where a commissioner was and when we tried it out, it work- I .1. And RIGHT NOW is the time to trade, while our top allowances for i

tempted to work more for the interest of his ed fine. s Anybody want a kitten. Wehave your present tires make it easy to own Goodyear White Sidewalls.
particular district than for the county as a whole. three fine little ones Dit. 1l I
Road and other funds were sometimes par- Just before moving the system, Dot, and Dif, and they are cute, 'p l
we the strawberry runnersin J JI
celed out on a district basis with no thought of the gave kitchen garden a good soaking but we sure don't need four cats priced as low as

need. Each district had its "boss" and each and we hope that will do around here, even it they are r'I I !

"boss" had his little kingdom.In until we start setting them out so pretty. TRADE RIGHT !

the bigger counties, the commissioners as to make some "second runners". Well, we see where some high $ t
became czars in their districts. It reached the Then we had a pretty good rain muckety-muck from Secy. Ben WHITE
height in Hillsborough County where one com- so the runners should be all right son's office of the USDA says the FOR t

missioner diverted road money to build concrete for a time anyway.. farmer doesn't understand the t 4
benches with his name emblazoned on them, of costs of distribution of foodstuffs. 4e
LINE 1 We will oil
course. As soon as we got the systemset speaking for our ourselves wdon't t :.. (Oh\\tU buy 1
up, we ran the, sprinkler line at all when the farmer'sshare SEE ouR\ Et the unused I
Thankfully, the State Supreme Court in 1954 down the tomato rows to give is dropping every year i it GOOD; plus tax andrecappable

struck down this antiquated view of county them a soaking, as some of the was 53 cents in 1946, and this yearit of 1\9.tS t mileage in your I II
government. The Court ruled candidates must plants are losing their foliage, and is 42 cents. In fact. it outragesus SIDE welt tire size
run county-wide. Two Bradford County com- the fruit they have will scald and to have someone attempt to get I 'lHUn tllGUpresent tires! 1
missioners already have been elected in this hence be no good. Ran the pump us to understand it, when with the I 1Ut iSS Otl 6.70x15SuperCushion
for about three hours, until after I
manner. whole country prospering the GOODYE 'it ,. '. ..,
The Court ruling should lead to a new con- dark, as we've found that is a good farmer is getting poorer day by a

cept one of county-wide service and not of time to water.. day. Why doesn't Mr. Benson start 'ntte'S. \\ "sG1"\ 1

bossism. It should mean better county govern- Picked and ate our first Brimmer change representing! the farmer for a "wit\ o\1 your car '- DRESS UP YOUR CAR FOR AS lITTlE AS $1.25 A WEEK

ment.We tomatoes (thanks to the Dick Fer .
are ready to forget private water holes
gusons: ) and we want to shout
dug by the the water already Starke Garden Club ,
county as long as hooray about them the tomatoes .
stands. We are ready to forget private that is, not the Fergusons, Plans Mailbox SaleThe \ ':S\. 1 ,
roads graded by the county as long as the for they are great big, meaty fruit Starke Garden Club plans ,
roads already are leveled. that have the real tomato flavor. the ,sale of mailboxes to replenishits t' I
But we hopefully expect a new criteria to be We sure plan to have some Brim- fund for city beautification. M A
established the Bradford mers from now on. :Mailbox samples will be on ..
by County Commission.We ;, '
hope it will be based on the idea of county- display at the Chamber of Com ,.: ," ,, :" : ..
Alice and
Sam are really FOSCwhich merce office the Courthousenext
wide service not service to individuals or to near
districts. -Sweet Corn.of course We'll means Full Of week. Offered will be boxesin \ MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND
always remem- the low, medium and higher
Is it, after all, difficult to decide if a graded ber this year as the time we had priced classes.

road will benefit one individual or many such good corn. The ears are long Mrs. Marion Howe, Chamber of / _
citizens? Is there any question as to which is and full, and good right down to Commerce secretary, said some I I
I right in view of the fact that we all pay the the tips. We think the reason s one would be on hand to acceptorders. r SERVICE STATION Ii
bills? for our good corn are two: first, GOODMAN'S

There is one and only one just criteria.If we had water when we needed it, Many Starke residents will be in SEEDER D. GOODMAN 1
a project can clearly be given the label "for and second we gave the plants lots the market for mailboxes since
the public good." it is a justifiable expenditureof of nitrate of potash. Incidentally home mail delivery starts July 1. GOODYEAR U. S. 301 at South City

tax money.. TIRES LimitsIA'
Bradford County Commission Chairman H. A. ....,

Bishop Jr. expressed the idea we endorse. He .
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. said in a recent meeting, "The entire Board is From where I sit.ly Joe ;Marsh --

elected to do a job for the entire county." r

Little kingdom never come I


\ In the low-price 3 PLYMOUTH is
Speak, Or Hold Your PeaceThe Handle With Care : ,


tentative budget for operating Bradford :
Tractors are like horses-or the alert,"she says,"if I get hin.
for the -
County year starting October 1, 1955,
mules-in more wajs than one. off the tractor for ten minutes.
is "in the works" now, and will be presented to
the County Commission at. the next meeting, They don't can handle be them pretty right.tricky if you From where I sit, carelessness F1T1NSTflF 'S.
July 5. can cause plenty of harm in our
Too many tractor accidents oft-the-jobpersonallivestoo.Forhappen
After an interval of a month, during which _
because of carelessness. instance, suppose a neighbor prefers I
time the commissioners
it
study the budget is
The day grows hot and drowsy, a glass of beer with supper. .
adopted and all spending of county funds for the
the job grows monotonous-and You might not share this part cn. .
coming year is limited as to amount and purpose. bingo! Someone forgets to throtlar preference with him-but if

Obviously, then, now is the time for any and tie down when making a turn, or you're careless about protecting FIRST IN SIZE ;
all citizens or civic groups who wish to champion something,and there's bad spill. his right to choose, your own

worthwhile projects to gather facts and figuresto Credit Slim Hartman's missus freedom of choice is in danger of
present to the commission: so that the projects for the fact that there's never being "plowed under."

may be considered. been tractor trouble on their
What usually happens i is, sometime during the place. Midway through every
budgetary year, a group appears before the com morning and afternoon she 1"",. .
mission and asks for funds for a particular pur- brings him snacks."He'll stay on OI.lT." FI .IN SAFETY FEATURES !

It is of denied
,
pose. course, on the basis that Copyright,1955, United States Brewers Foundation
the money was not budgeted for that purpose.
The commission is entirely right in doing I

this, for its budget is set up in advance with the
spending of the funds, balanced as far as is "Sure,We Use McCulloch Chain I Saws I

possible with the county's income. I

We might, in all justice to the commission, The thrill of pride you feel each time I

urge all those who have lots of ideas for public you drive your new Plymouth has ; "

improvements of one sort or another to consider says Albert Belcher several sources. There's the sleek ; II BIGGEST I
how these projects can be financed, before asking smartness of its Forward Look styling.
the commission to appropriate funds for that
The of the thriftiest 6 LONGEST
eager power or fit.
"We use McCulloch Chain I t
purpose.
the most powerful standard V-8 inPlymouth's
Last year's budget was about $180,000, of Saws because they have
which a large part is spent for salaries' It must what it takes to perform \ -' field. And there's the peace t I ROOMIEST I
of mind that from that
be clear, then, that any substantial sum added day in and day out on any comes knowing
for a new project must replace some existing kind of logging job And! 1. .>_,..." ; you are protected by more safety features I t

expenses, come from economies, or be covered by we recommend them for than offered by any other low i "AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL CAR"THE BIGGEST CAR OF ALL 3 is naturally
loggers who want to lower : price car. You'll: know hate mean ;
increased revenue. that's what the nation's foremost artists' i the most comfortable inside and
But our point, at this time, is not to de- costs and .speed. up production -i when you drive a big new Plymouth i group, the Society of Illustrators, say ; Plymouth gives you the smooth, ;steady
bate the budget. We simply remind those who t how about today? ; about the 1955 Plymouth! ride only a big car can give.
disagree with it So Albert Belches -. < I I11
any portion of or have ideas says JL
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where it can be decreased, or have new projects president of W. A. Belcher Lumber Company, past presi -
they want included, that now is the time to do dent of the Alabama Forest Products Association and a
something about it. director of the Southern Pine Association.

It is a question of speak up now or hold your "We.'ve been using McCulloch Chain Saws exclusively since ,All

peace for another year. they came on the market In 1948" he says. "Their lightweight NO BLIND SPOT T' ; i ,
M_ MMBMM _BM* .... ease of handling and dependability make McCul-

Remember "Florida hurricane?" You don't loch's four outstanding models top choice with us." i

hear the term mentioned much since last year's W. A. Belcher Lumber Company is one of"the largest

storms spent their fury on Northern soil. If the lumber manufacturers in the South. t iI d .

hurricane has lost the prefix "Florida," good i I I
riddance, we say. McCUUOCH I
t
lIiIWItIIII'II-I &....I'II..II!: nuecZf_,,'- '0"-' .',",,", .."thflI Prices o. 1. 4_.: MODEL 4.30AMcCulloch NO EYE-LEYEL "BLIND SPOTS," thanks to SAFETY-RIM WHEELS have a special reSURER, MORE PREDICTABLE STOPS come

Saws this unique swept-back windshield design I taming ridge to help hold a tire straight I from two hydraulic brake cylinders in
THE BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPHEST. Start At$195.00 ,..J 'P1 c that gives you the greatest visibility ; on the rim in case of a blowout. Aneach; Plymouth front wheel where the

E L MATTHEWS OWNER 1879 AND EDITORFLORIDA'S f.o.b. factory / in Plymouth's field. i other Plymouth exclusive! other two low-price cars use only one.

2. Oregon Chains Available
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE
FRIDAY JUNE 17. 1955

as Madeira G. Fernandez Smith, de raja. .
YYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER Old Santa Fe Movie Opens At Florida fendant. Case No. 10-1036 Dated this 6 day of June, 1953.
kotlce To Appear.To (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles X.Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court
: Madelyn G. Fernandez, also
known as Madelyn G. Fernandez By Marian 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
Smith whose residence and addressis 6/10 U 7/1
: 20-A David Street. Pasay City
By Polly Walt Jr. Republic of the Philippines. AOTICE OF TAX: EQUALIZATIONThe
Board of County Commissiomers 0s
You are hereby notified that a
suit for of Bradford County, Florida s
_..uu.uuuu.uuu Annulmenthas I will meet at the Court House In the
Commissioners Office on
Some of our Baptists are at- been filed against yon in the Tuesday County the 5th day of July, A.D. AP
at above named Court and cause and Board of Equalizers for
tending the Baptist Assembly 1955 as a
)4 t9 you are required to serve a copy of the purpose of hearing complaintsand
Stetson University in Deland this your answer or pleading to the com- receiving testimony as t& the
week. They include the Rev. and c s'' ? plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney value of any property, real or personal -
S. Perry Penland. .00 Atlantic
or mixed as fixed by the Tax
'. Mrs. Stallings, Annette Green, National ,Bank Building, Jacksonville Assessor for the year 1955 againstthe ANN PAGE Rich Creamy
2
Parker Floridaand owner or agent of such prop-
Glenda
Katherine Harrell file the original In the office erty.
and 'James Harrell. Those accompanying o f I It of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 'H. A. Bishop Jr.
,I or before the 11 day of July. 1955; Chairman of Joard of County Qt.
them to Deland Thursdayand otherwise the allegations of said Commissioners of Bradford Salad! DressingOUR 39c -
returning the same afternoonwere Complaint will be taken as confessed County, Florida. Jar
Wait, by you. (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
Green Patty
Shirley This
notice anal TIB published Attest: Charles A. Darby
Harry Edwards and Stanley Green. ;;,e : .s once each week for tour consecutive Clerk and Auditor
The others plan to return Fri- weeks In the Bradford County Tele- 6/10 2t 6/17 _

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day.Guests - - - -
of the C. S. Kelleys and OWN BLEND Seef

the L. L. Dyals recently,were Mrs.T. CO
!
E. Persingle. and Larry of TEA BAGS 48 for 43c of ABP
son -L -_ IT'S THE PRIDE OF THE SLEEK only I Soy
Arlington, Va., Mr. and Mrs. 1.. Lei
Richard and Greer Carson offers aid and comfort to Dana Andrews in a tense NEW BAIL-A-MATIC
A. Kelley and sons FLEET!
Charles of St. Petersburg, Mr. and moment from "Strange Lady in Town," romantic outdoor drama of PILLSBURY ANGEL FOOD

Mrs. R. C. Jackson and daughter old Santa Fe filmed in Cinemascope. The new attraction opens 16-or. SULTANA Whole Kernel

Celine of Tampa, :Mrs. Alice Kelley Sunday at the Florida Theatre. CAKE MIX Pkg. 45c GOLDEN

of Plant City, :Mr. and Mrs. -

Emory Kelley of Tampa, Mr. and Case Xo. 10.1034 otherwise the allegations of said NUTLEY COLORED QUARTERS COR NMARGARINE
Mrs. Cliff Kelley and girls Scarlet Notice To AppearsTo Complaint will be taken as confessed -
and Kay, and :Mrs: Fred Waldron dence: Donley and address E. Gunter is: ,UnknownYou whose resi- This by you.notice shall be publishedonce ,4lW.30HP 2 Clns 35c
and daughters Betty and Glendaof are hereby notified that a each week for four consecutive ; : Mb. IOe
suit for divorce weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY
Wildwood Arthur Kelley of has been filed against you In the TELEGRAPH. r1 CanA&P
Marietta, Ga.-:Mr and Mrs. A. H. 'above named Court and cause and Dated this 3 day of June 1955.OFFICIAL H FANCY SECTIONS OFGRAPEFRUIT
you are required to serve a copy of .( SEAL) Charles A. Darby -
Hall and children of Jacksonville, your answer or pleading to the I I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
and Mr. and Mrs. George Adams t-mplalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk t'Atwater 2 1 Ib. 23c CANNON BRAND
Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Florida 6/10 4t 1/1 Can;
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and children of Williston.Mrs. I
Title Building, Jacksonville, I Green & White LIMA
Florida NOTICE TO APPEARIB BAIl-AMATIC Power Bailing
Merrill Edwards and
and file the original In the office Circuit Court. Bradford CoBntftFlorida 1s AQUAMUTE Exhaust Intake
daughter Mary Lou were the :of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I. Chanrerr. Silencer HUSH-SPRING Mount APPLE KEGAPPLE
I or before the .' William U. Smith. Plaintiff, vs. Complete Shift with Safety- BEANS
the L. L.
of Dyals Tuesday.Mrs.
guests 11 day ofJuly, 1953; Madelyn G. Fernandez, also known r Tone Shiftlock N.w FrMFlowVValvei 46-oz. 29c I
T. E. Persingle Mrs. C. S. Electric Puih-Button JUICE Can
Starter and Choke (optional)
Kelley and Mrs. L. L Dyal were AQUABLADE lower Unit 3 !8Yz-oz' 25
visiting in Williston Wednesday. Remote Control Connections Cans C
A&P CRUSHED HAWAIIAN
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Mrs M. M. Gano of St. Augus- HEED, MEN HER& WHAT Off STOWAWAY Hood Tank Snap-
tine spent this week with the R.
Here's a motor with the PINEAPPLE 2 45c
F. Ganos. WEWAVE /A/ MIND Cans
kind of power that pushesany SUNSWEET FANCY
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin of
outboard bull to
Waldo visited the R. F. Ganos BILtNS A WORKSHOP AND heights of performance.new MISSION INN BRAND HALVES PRUNE

Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Raborn of 0 ]GARAGE COMBINED .i The 30 HP new tops Scott-Atwater a sensationalline APRICOTS 2 a; 35c JUICEIONA

St Petersburg visited Mrs. Beulah of Bail-a-matic outboards -
Harrell Thursday. 5. 7, 10, 16
Jeanne and Joanne Wait and and 30 HP. See it today! Qr. 31

Judy Kelley returned from the 4- 303 Can Bottle c:
H Short Course at Tallahassee TOMATOES 10C

Saturday. 1 & 1iX469150

Mrs. Lou Tomlinson and sons 30HP :Maxwell Instant lOc Off Reg. Price JIM DANDY
returned home Monday after
spending few days with her
parents in Louisiana. I COFFEE Large Jar $1.37CROWDER

Carol Cox of Gainesville has ft LOCAL TRADEMARK Uc ; GRITS
!Iltdrle ilorttng modelBvoilable
spent a few days with the Waits. at eddl- ll-JUMATIC end HUJH-JPJUNd MOUNT
tlonal cott. ... tart dipping spongieR, Aquamutt Exhaust andt.rms
ion bt. QI" pumping. Keep* boat Intake Silencer rive you w4i//
CEMETERY WORKING fanged dry automatically. smooth,quiet ridEs.CHAS. Lb
5 Bag 33C
There will be a working at New
River Cemetery Thursday,June t
23. All interested persons are ask- 0 -l' SERVICE

lunch.ed to attend. Bring tools and BUILDERd'- SUPPLIES L C. SHEPHERD 1 '. : PEAS E PLAIN BALLARD'S OR SELF RISING



NOTICE TO APPEAR p RADIO TV SEAT COVERS n rLOUR
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!.Florida Circuit IB Court.Ckurery Bradford ComBty Lb 4 AC
Juanita Gunter Plaintiff vs. Don-
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA I

I -_ FRIDAY, JUNE n. 19M

_ _ _ _ _______ _ -I Meetings WSCS Miss R.
Nina Bishop Junior Women's Club 1t
\Vomen's
Staged This WeekMrs. And Mr., Joe Andrews Holds Hamburger Fry Club Heads
Stage Meet
To Wed On 10 Special
L. D. Vining was hostess August Members of the Junior Woman's To Discuss FutureMrs.
to Circle 1 of the Methodist VV. Club entertained their husbandsand
S. C. S. on Tuesday morning of --- -n dates at
a
hamburger fry at C. L. Scholl, president of
last week in the.Educational build- the home
of Major Mrs.
and Harry the Starke Women's Club held a f
ing.Mrs. M. Hatcher Jr. at Camp Blanding calfed] meeting of the newly elected ,
Mo H. H, Adams leader,
Gladys tyPhone35 pre- Thursday evening of last week. officers at her home at the El i
sided over the business meeting.The Hostesses
for the
supper were Rancho motel Thursday of last
following officers were selected Mrs. Robert Firth, chairman, Mrs. week. i
sssssrsssrrSS rr ----s rrrr rrsr t rr --- for the new year: cochairman Jack Trawick, Mrs. James Groover, Miss Reports were given by the vice- {
Mrs. L. D. Secretary r
Vining -
; Miss Dolores
: McKnight, Mrs. Guy presidents and their new chair- 1
Mrs. C. \V. Sinclair; Treas- Sale and Mrs. Hatcher. S. G. Den- men for next named. (
year They ,
urer, Mrs. Merrill McMillan; Chair- mark and Bob Firth
Miss donnedchief's discussed plans for and I
.- next :year t
*
Life Mrs. W. E.
man of Spiritual hats and -
performed the Dyal also the creation of the Fine Arts
Middleton; Courtesy, Mrs. Carl honors of frying the
.
hamburgers.After
'" Department. which will be under i
U Johns; Local Church Activities, the supper, several of the the second vice-president, Mrs. t tM
Mrs. Merrill Struth.
BarryAnd guests enjoyed a game of croquet W, Cressler. Mrs. Cressler I
An interesting devotional on the (
while
the others
played bridge. Weds named Mrs. L. H.
Jennings as
meaning of the W. S. C. S. symbolwas
; About 35 members and
guests en-
chairman and Mrs. C. H. Nas- {
presented by Mrs. L. A. Davis. T joyed this delightful occasion.
worthy as co-chairman of this
Circle 4 of the WSCS met in new j
department.
\ th e Recreation Building of the Resident of Graham Harold Mrs J.V.. Kincaid, program r
Methodist Church last Monday at: ,1,
8 p. m., with 16 members present.A ,Enjoys First Party chairman, and Mrs. Scholl gave a i

\ Wk 3& business meeting was followedby F -1' report on the meeting at the home |I
Edward S? an impressive installation serv- ) On 50th BirthdayG. : Of Mrs. Tom G. Brown, district '\
\ Sorrells director in Jacksonville, on
l pro-
ice. The service ended with a prayer .
solo by Charlotte Miller.. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Sr. W. Rivers of Graham celebrated gram planning. Plans were also \
sung
1Wi are announcing the engagementand his birthday anniversary June discussed for a luncheon meeting I
During the business meeting, it
.
Clark decided approaching marriage of his 9 with his first birthday party. in August for the old and new
sale
was to offer for plateson
daughter, Nina Richarde, to Joseph Only thing unusual is that he was club board members.
which is imprinted the pictureof
1L William Andrews III, son of Mr. 50 years old.Relatives Following the meeting. Mrs.
the Methodist Church, pricedat
'. ) and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. The explain that Mr. Rivers Scholl and her guests enjoyed: a
$1. Lucy Hinson and Sarah
Are : wedding will take place Wednes- somehow never got around to cele- r:: buffet luncheon.
Hunter are in charge of the sale. .
day, August 10, at the First Meth- brating his birthday, so the family -

,i are Officers chairman for, the Lucy following Hinson; year vice odist Church, Starke. staged the affair. !- : Eastern Star Meet \
Guests included Mrs. Hester :
chairman Laurie Mullins Miss Bishop is a graduate of t. )
; secre- (
Macon Thomas of Starke, Mrs., Fronie :' : .4: __ __ The Order of the Eastern
Wed tary, Charlotte Miller; corresponding Wesleyan College, Ga., ) m Star ,
secretaries, Ira Smith and Lola class of '47 and received hermaster's Clemons and Miss Odessa Thomasof 'y- ;' will meet Wednesday at S p. m. at f

Garbett; treasurer, Sara Torode; degree at the Universityof Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. the chapter room to greet Esther
,
secretary of spiritual life, Mrs. Florida in 1950. She is now an Shaw of Lacrosse, Mr. and Mrs. Livingston, Worthy Grand Matron

iW Bradford;, secretary of Christian' instructor at Bradford High Ellington and tw0 daughters of -_ of Florida, who will make her t'
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers '
School. Grand Visit. All members
relations, Alice Anderson; membership are urged -
Miss Jacqueline Barry, daughter broidered organdy over taffeta chairmen, Maybelle White- Mr. Andrews is a graduate of and daughters of Auburndale, Mrs. Miss Jacqueline Dyal, daughter The bridesmaids' gowns were to attend.
with head and carried W. S. Crews and son Billy of Au- ot Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Dyal of identical to that of the matronof
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barryof matching piece head and Grace Jordan; publicity, Yale University, class of '51, andis
Brooker, became the bride of a bouquet of yellow carna- Emily Feeny. burndale, Mr. and. Mrs. Pierce Brooker, and VV. Harold Sorrells, honor. Miss Waldron wore pink Recent BirthMr.
Edward S. Clark, son of Mr. and tions. presently employed at Andrews Crews and Mrs. Emma Rivers of son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sorrellsof and Miss Dyal yellow. Their bou-

Mrs. Wiley Clark of Leesburg, The bride chose for her wedding Miss Frances Motor Co., Starke. Auburndale. Jacksonville, were united in quets and headpieces were identi-: : and Mrs. Leaton Morgan Jr.

Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in a lovely ballerina length white Douglas 'marriage on Saturday,, June 4, cal. I announce the birth of a daughter,

the Brooker Baptist Church In a lace gown over satin with match- Reveals Engagement Shower For Bride-Elect Janice Dansby at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. The Immediately following the cere- Sandra Marie, on June 4 at Mon- (,

lovely candlelight ceremony. Rev.C. ing mitts and shoulder length Held Monday Evening In Women's ClubMiss Rev. H. G. McLeroy, of., Jackson- mony a reception was held in the roe Memorial Hospital, Ocala. i

B. Stallings, pastor, performed veiL She carried a white prayer ville officiated at the d ubl -ring Community Center. The bride's !

,the double ring ceremony. I book topped with a purple throated Janice Dansby, popular covered with a lovely lace cloth, ceremony.The table was overlaid with an imported CARD OF THANKSWe

Beautiful pedestal baskets of I orchid. bride-elect whose marriage to Rodney -.1 was centered with a crystal bowl bride, given in marriageby cut-work cloth and centered wish to thank the many

white gladioli intermingled with Mrs. Barry wore a pink linen Hall will be an event of this I surrounded with greenery inter- her father, chose a handclippedrose with a three-tiered cake topped friends for the prayers and

fern, against a background of dress with a lace yoke and complimented spersed with pink asters. Also on point lace with a bateau with a minature bride and groom. thoughtfulness so kindly expressed

palms and graduated candelabra with white accessories.She \ I Saturday evening, was honored ata I the punch table was a silver can- neckline, emphasized with seed Mrs. James Melton of Jacksonville during the death of our beloved

burning white tapers formed wore a white carnation cor- delightful bridal shower Mon- delabra with burning white tapers. pearls. The fitted bodice ended in and Miss Celine Jackson 'of husband and father.
holding
day evening at the Starke Wom Misses Joan Furlong and Aliese a point in front, and the, bouffant Tampa presided at the bride'stable
for the wedding added
to
the setting sage.Mrs. Sincere appreciation t
ceremony. Clark was gowned in a 1 an's Club. Lawson played soft piano selec- skirt over satin terminated in a while Misses Naomi Stokes Dr. Felos for his devoted time and I

sister of pink linen afternoon dress with : Hostesses for the affair were tions during the party hours, court train. Her fingertip veil of and Carol Dyal of Gainesville serv- effort Also to DeWitt C. Jones
Miss Frances Barry
,traditional white, accessories and a white car- Mrs. Ralph B. Alvarez, Mrs. T. seven to nine o'clock, and duringthe illusion was attached to a cornetof ed punch. Mrs. J. C.- Woodall of and officials for his splendid work.

the bride marches played the and accompanied nation corsage.A B. Harding, Mrs Ewell Lawson, evening Misses Helen Haines, simulated pearls and rhine- Jacksonville kept the bride's book. Mrs. Lizzie McKinney and family. I
wedding reception was held immediately Mrs.,L. ,N. Pickering, Mrs. H. A. and Patty and Aliese Lawson sangas stones. She carried a white bride's Later in the evening Mr. and
,
Ronald Slawser"Oh of Leesburg romiseMe" following the wedding at the ,. Lawson, Mrs. If. S. Dankel, Mrs. a trio "Someday" and "Some Bible with white orchids and tube- Mrs. Sorrells left for a wedding !

soloist, who sang" Brooker Community Center, whichwas L G. Powell Mrs. Paul Raymond. time," accompanied by Miss Fur- roses. Her only ornament was a I trip to South Florida. They are I

and "Always. attractively decorated for the Mrs. J. R. Taylor, Mrs. E. D. Ten long.In. strand of pearls, a gift of the now residing at 4124 Quincy FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S

Robert Clark of Leesburg at- occasion with baskets of white Iy Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. Russell the receiving line were Miss bridegroom.Mrs. I Street, Jacksonville.Mrs. .

tended his brother as best man gladioli and greenery.The Norman, Mrs. Rufus Hutchins and Dansby, her mother, Mrs. R. O. Paul Harrison, aunt of the Sorrells is a graduate of

and the ushers were Jimmy Cros- lace-covered bride's table Mrs. Lacy Silcox. Dansby, Mrs. C. E. Hall, motherof bride, was matron of honor, and ,Bradford High School, class of JUST ONE

by of Starke, and Fred Conerly, was centered with a three-tiered The club house was decorated the groom-elect, and membersof bridesmaids were Miss Betty Wal- 1953, and of Jones Business Col- FRIGIDAIREMade

Arthur Brooks and Chester Badg- wedding cake embossed in white, throughout with artistic arrangements the. hostess committee. dron and Mrs. Bobby Dyal, cousinsof lege. She is employed by GeorgeL.

ett of Leesburg.The balanced by three-tiered candela- of pink and white hydrangeas Assisting in serving and caringfor the bride. The honor matron!I Seaman Auto Rentals in Jack- only by General

bride who1 was given in bra with burning white tapers. ..crepe myrtel and pink asters. the guests were Misses Patty wore an Alice blue gown fashioned I sonville.Mr. Motors Corp. All other

marriage by her uncle Bill Con- Mrs. Polly Watts Jr. cut the ?; The, 'piano on the stage held a Lawson, Aliese Lawson, Helen with a lace bodice and jacket. Her I Sorrells is a graduate of Electric Refrigerators are

erly of Leesburgh, chose as her wedding cake assisted by Miss : M lovely large basket of the same Haines, JoAnna Lee, Agnes Law- net skirt featured panels of lace, Landon High School in Jackson made by other companiesand

attendants, her sister, Miss Helen I Shirley Green. Miss Annette Green blossoms and at either corner of son, Joan Furlong and Sylvia Al- and she carried a heart-shaped ville, class of 1949. He served cannot use the word

Crosby of Starke who served as and Mrs. Shirley Overturf pre- the stage were jardinieres of varez. bouquet of pink carnations. An arrangement -"with the U. S. Navy and is now Frigidaire.

matron of honor. Miss Katherine sided at the punch table. Mrs. Mr and Mrs. C. L. Douglas an magnolia leaves. The bride's table Miss Dansby was the recipientof of similar, blossomswas I employed by International Har-

Harrell of Brooker and Miss OveJ- Robert Clark was In charge of nounce the engagement and approaching was overlaid with white organdyover many loyely and useful gifts, worn in her hair. I vester Co. of Jacksonville", .A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
Want
da'Grifti of State Farm as brides the bride's book. marriage of their daughter pink linen. The table was which were displayed at the partyon 1 .

maids. After spending some time with Frances, to Lamar Crosby, centered with a long arrangementof white linen covered tables. The Miss Judith CaseyTo Recent Birth ? ?
The matron of honor was gowned their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Clark son of Mr and Mrs. A. L. CrosbySr. pink asters balanced by silver hostesses presented the honoree :

in yellow organdy poised over i left for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., The wedding will be held on candelabra holding burning white- with the large service platter _of Wed Mr. Noegel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Woodof THEN SEE

taffeta with matching head piece. where Pfc Clark is stationed with Friday evening, July 1, at 8 in. tapers. Silver compotes held mints' her chosen china pattern. Saturday June 25 Starke announce the birth ofa
She carried an old-fashioned bou- the Army. the. bride's home. No invitations and nuts and silver trays held I Guests numbering 160 were Invited daughter, Susan Elizabeth, on E. H. SMITHTenth

quet of blue carnations. The Among the out-of-town guests I are being sent, but friends and tiny tea cakes. The punch table, to this delightful affair. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey are announcing Saturday, June 11, in St. Vincent's I
bridesmaids gowns were fashionedon were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews and relatives invited.
are the approaching mar- Hospital, Jacksonville. JUrs. Woodis
the same lines as the honor Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hendricks of .to. .. and Temple Aye
riage of their daughter, Judith, the former Clarice Thomas,
attendant. Miss Harrell wore pink ,Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Miss Carolyn Crews Ree Casey to Leonard M. Noegel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Starke, }1&.
embroidered organdy over taffeta :Conerly of Wauchula, Mr. and foster son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. j Thomas of Starke.
with matching head piece and car- ,Mrs. Coleman Best of Bowling Honoree At ShowerMiss L&CSk4h4Finally which will take :
place
Quigley
.
ried yellow carnations and Miss 'Green and '- -- '-- '- --- -- -- ... ,._,.. --'
Mr.; and Mrs. J. E. Saturday evening, June 25 at 8 I .-- -._-,- --- -
- -- ----- ---
- -
Griffis wore a of em- Carolyn Crews, popular j
gown green I Hardy and family of Starke. o'clock in the Fundamental Gospel
bride-elect of the State Farm, was
Tabernacle in Starke.
the inspiration for a lovely linge.-
Camp Blanding Group day afternoon at Kingsley Lake on rie shower given Saturday eveningby found the coolest place I I while he is up there, Mrs. Graves No invitations are being issued =

the Camp Blanding beach. Miss Sylvia Paulk at the Paulk in town Tuesday eveningright is running his milk route the but all friends and relatives of

Has Kingsley PartyA E. E. Tanner was chairman of home on Crosby Lake. out there at the BHS ball park clerks in the City hall report they the. couple are invited to attend.

the affair and those assisting were Lovely arrangements of sea- where the Legion baseball teamis are still holding a red leather zip-
swimming party and fish fry Zenith Tetstone, J. C. Stephens, sonal flowers were placed throughout really playing some right good per bag containing children's Colson, Chuck Newcomb and Gary ,

for employees and families of the Robert Chapman, B. Woodyardand the party rooms for the oc: ball'games e.very Tuesday and clothing that somebody put in Harris assisting Barbara

State Maintenance Shops, Concen- L. H. Harper. casion. Games were played duringth Thursday night-in fact that the wrong car on Call St. several Barksd Ie in entertaining the

tration Site and Warehouse 2900 About 175: people enjoyed this evening and prizes were breeze whipping across the ball weeks ago .. youngsters were Diane Colson,

of Camp Blanding was held Satur- delightful occasion. awarded to Misses Nancy Bates park got so cool I had to don a Have you noted that cute little Margaret Ann Long and Patty

and Barbara Colley and Mrs. jacket in the 5th inning-the fellows fire plug in the front yard of the Hodge.

Jimmy Rowe.Homemade. ; really put on a good show Owen Vaughans on the corner of Hear that Jane Trawick has ONE'

ice cream and cake Tuesday night with Edwin Johns, Call St. and Colley Road? its :resigned from welfare, work after

THEATRE were enjoyed by the 20 guestsat pitcher, striking out 16 Willistonmen painted orange and with a signon five years as a "visitor" in this

& the conclusion of the games. and only allowing two hits- it reading "for dogs only"- county Seems she's going to

5TVVRKJI the final score was 11-2 so if firemen, take note see Pvt. i summer school and plans to join DRESS

Recent BirthsThe your nerves are getting ragged Albert Stefanelli home on two I the teaching profession later .

Dedicated To Community Service ..!.. from the heat of the day and its weeks leave from Fort Riley, Kas. '''It's goodbye to Call Street for a
sit around and watch 2nd in while for Stanley Clark and Clifford -
"Movie Are Better Than Ever"If Starke Maternity Hospital too hot to -he leaves July for duty 'I SHIRTWith
announces the following births: TV, come on out to the ball park Germany Kaspar Duncan left Martin, who signed with

you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad :Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Shannon of and relax in the cool breeze and Sunday for the summer sessionat Uncle Sam last weekend i

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. Starke a son, Nathan Kelly, born back up our Legion ball club Emory University explorersJan Seems to be all for now See
June 10. Noted that the George Wirtanenshave Mundoriff, Archie Green, and I you in the next the

., June 18-ONLY Sun., Mon; and Tues. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crawfordof moved from the Vining cot- Charles and Lonzo Kirkland are Carolyn purchase of each

June 19 tage to St. Petersburg and at Scout Camp Echockoteethis
20 21 Boy
Starke, a son, Charles Eugene, ,.
Double Feature ZSSVYARNER BROSr.-----"."._-;_:Zi born June 14. the N. Reiners have moved to Ti- week hear that Ann Johns, I _____.n .___ ____ .
-- -,-- tusville Bill Soto, sign painter, Barbara Colley, Zack Crawford, pair of Dress Pants!
._L\ has moved from the corner of Sue and Gary "Garner, LaVonne K"TARKE
GREATEST Strangelady ,
GENE'S Cherry and Madison Sts. to the and Sidney Jackson, Rocky Gar- DE8

THRILLERI inlbwi" Ingleright house on Rt. 100 ner, Larry Noegel and Judy Casey FL-:.'

: Seeber and Eloise Goodman and gave a delightful surprise, sendoff J ,
l STARRING ) children have moved out to the o party last Friday evening for <

: GENE I ; GREERGARSONDANAANDRBVS Mark Ritch cottage on Kingsley, JoAnn Smith Rowe who left Sun- Sun., Mon. and Tues. OTHER SUGGESTIONS : .

for two weeks and hear that Edith, day for the summer session at June 19 20, 21

L JWIRY Biggs and younguns of Decatur,, University of Georgia-the. party Double Feature 0 Ties ... Socks "

!! j jgj41V4 Ga. will arrive Saturday out at. was a hamburger fry in the S. R. Cry VengeanceMark *

their cottage on Kingsley for the Johns yard the early part of the
summer with Leslie (the head of evening and ended up at the En- Stevens and Martha Hjrer Jewelry -
"
C'tc1tD'MERVYN LEROYCINEMAScopE the house) joining them weekends listed Men's Club at Camp Bland- -And- -

Adelaide and Claude Crowsonare ing where they enjoyed swimming ConquestOf .
WARNERCOLORy returning home today after am happy to report that Pajamas
I ? ?tO' Co9A4 .,
EN enjoying two weeks vacation at the Wayne Mundorff is slowly improving CochiseJohn 'V"
:
,CAMERON MITCHELL SMITH
AHERDOFMt on Kingsley shot in the
Kopelousos .cottage after being Hodiak and Robert Stack *
-And- Plus "Satan's Surprise" Cartoon SHEEP Pat and Bill Jackson and eye with a BB gun last week Plus Color Cartoon for Children Sport Shirts
And Latest World :Sews 'tf ARE GRAZING family are spending two weeks at He is now able to be up and around
-
p-- __ i _'_...-. .. ,J' ORR15TING, the Le.onhard cottage on Spring but still will not be able to go in Wed., Thur.-June 22. 23 SuitsEVERYTHING
tlmi' '' \ HOWE TWININGWed. 1 ONI ALWAYS STANDS GUARD Lake and Carolyn Redgraveand for strenuous activity for the next Double Feature '
,prsunt I$ %lW 1 (ON SOME HIGH POiKT-CONSTANT son, Wayne and nephew, two weeks -

,JUDY _' 'x': ., Thur and Fri. LV ON IVlt LOOKOUT FOR ENEMIES Frankie Hutto left yesterday for Orchids to Judge George A. Port Of Hell ..
1J tt'iOYA ., -- two weeks vacation-::part of the Gardiner who celebrated his 88th
J June 22, _3I Dane Clark and Carole :Mathews:
FOR
Be aware come to the time to be spent with Charlie and I birthday Tuesday hear that -AndHellfire- FATHER

I BULLHTGTOX STUDIO AXD Garnita Parker up in Petersburg, Jack and Dorothy Waters celebrated -
Va. their first wedding anniversarylast
GIFT SHOP when getting readyto
Word comes from Anchorage, Sunday out at the Griffin With William Elliott SHOPBARKSDALE'S
cAR.oLINA'I get your Dad his Father'sDay Alaska that Airman 1-c Edwin L. cottage on Kingsley Lake where Plus Cartoon for Children

gitl. We guarantee you'll Hornsby of Starke was marriedto they are spending this month .

UCANNO1MLGtw ___ find thq "JUST PERFECT" Gwendolyn Rose Figueiredo on Margaret Colson celebrated her Fri., Sat.-June 24, 25

gift agiltthatwillbea May 29-we're hoping we'll get 9th birthday Tuesday afternoon. Double Feature

. real tribute to your Dad. a picture of the happy couple in with a lawn party for 2-1 of her

; "itk AKDY CLYDE, _ROSS_ _.ELLIOTT JOHJ sum \ ',' I time for next week's paper little friends Don Hardy cele-j Rear WindowJames

-- wAYR.llAY1ARD}: '" ". : Edwin, who has been stationed in brated his 4th birthday on June, Stewart and Grace Kelly
Plus "Dr. Jek 11 and Mr. !
) Mouse"Cartoon Ely PAVLtTTt.1 Anchorage the. past two years, and 12 while his dad, Charles -AndTexas -
MttUNDGODDARHAPAMttOVMKKLEAX : pmtLISTUDIO his bride are expected back in had a birthday on June Hardy'l

I AJD GIFT SHOP Starke in September happy to Bobbie Sue Barksdale StampedeWith
hear that Tom Graves who suffered her 7th birthday on. June 9 with Charles Starrett For
COY A. STEPhENSON Plus "Quack Shot" Cartoon and a heart attack several weeks a lawn party for 35: of her friends Plus Serial Chap. No. 6 and Father's Day Gifts

1 Latest World News ; 1' : ago, is getting along nicely in I games were played during the Cartoon for Chidren
-- .
-. -- -- the Lake Shore hospital at Lake afternoon and prizes were awardedto -. .
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- -- --- City where. he is convalescing Betty Ann Register, Margaret 1 II -- ,- q-- q- --- ------- --'-'