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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I VOLUME SEVENTY-NINE- STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY JUNE 5. 1958 ____ __ ___ NUMBER FIFTY
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sites for the new Starke I I Walter E. Keys, regional administrator ,.
Elementary School were discussed for the housing and -g cold war of long'standing" ,between State Trooper

'jy the School Board at their re- home finance agency, spoke to Musgrove and Bradford County Sheriff P. D. Red- I

-.ular meeting Monday morning. I the City Council Tuesday-night! !r simmered into the open at -l\f hday's meeting of the ,

Of the three sites, all located in concerning federal housing loans. Commission. I '

outh Starke, the one owned by I i Following his outline of'"the -"showdown was brought to''

T fcmmy Gill ,was favored, but no plans available for housing low by rumcrs circulated in Guard Units
rice was set on the .l nd. The
income families by way of a pro- week that members of

Jrcperty, containing a little over ject development, an cpen discursion had prevailed

en awes is located on the south !I was held during which the State Highway Patrol Leave

ide of Wilson Road between the time opponents of this sort of er Musgrove to crack down SundayFor -

Colley property and the land recently -: program voiced their opinions. violators in Bradford I

sold by Bateman to Mrs.[ These outspoken critics members in'order"to swell the'coun-i
StewartMore
- It. B. ALVAREZ, assistant manager of Florida State Jacqueline Moorer. I I of the Starke Property Own fine and forfeiture
Twelve acres, located the
Farmen Markets, hoists the final bushel of cucumbers near ers Association, included W. H.

to complete the flrt car of cuke to roll from:the Starke Peterson Dairy was offered, to I Nollman and Lex Green who stat- .' .__ rumors, said Commissioner than 50 vehicles and over
the Board ,by the owner. W. T.II had
[Buddy] Bishop Jr.
the end Lunz ed that they are against any form 170
On
market lat Saturday. reeei\ing are Jackson, for $3,000 and the other men and officers from this
associated with J. It.Walnn ;' of federal aid. They also accused" circulated by Musgrove. area will head for Fort. Stewart
Staring: (left) and John Pope, property discussed was east of
Mr. Keys of trying to "put added Bishcp addressing
right Produce. A car hol K 550 bushels! of cu State Road 100 and owned by something su- Ca. early Sunday morning as the
over" on the city. ,Theywere to Musgrove's two local National Guara
cuniber.ALVAREZ*. Col.. Elsey.This land had not been i and com
offered i quieted after receiving, assurance Capt. C. W. Hancock panies.. Co. B and Co. C of the
sale but the
or suggestion
I that the council would not act H. Lee Simmons, "I don't 748th Armored Ordnance battalion -
was made to contact the i ".
SAYS The owner. hastily or without giving',the opposing ..it a damn bit. leave for summer encamp
Beard members voted to group a' chance to: voice said that MUSgrove was ment.,

billow School Superintendent Moran their side of the question* and : tickets and telling people Advance detachments from both
At MarketThings
Power Now to buy an option on the Gill
Buying if present their signed petitions. couldn't let them off with units left Thursday morning for

the oroperty price budget.the price was within Mr. Keys had been invited to TROOPER MUSGROVE states his case because the County Stewart and will have received the

looked brighter on the 4,000 bushels of cucumbers at the Bids will be advertised for on a attend the council meeting for the I as' Sheriff Reddish (near door) lends had requested a necessary articles to set up "housekeeping" -
down violators order
Starke State Farmers Market this I market so far, loading one to two school; bus to replace the old one sole purpose of explaining two on for their respective unit

week as K. B. Alvarez, assistant trailers per day There has beena Iriven by Mrs:'Nelson Green. Bids main programs to the membersand I make up a deficit in the prior to the arrival of the main
Merchants
director of State Farmers Markets fair movement of squash at from received three months ago on this to answer any question that Shopportunity budget. body of the companies on Sunday

who is assisting with the veg. Jl to $1.50, and a light movementof bus were cancelled by order of the may arise. It was made clear that: 'denied that any such The advance detachments will

rtable deal here, announced that string beans at $1.50 to *1.8&: State Department of Education he was not selling anything but Gift Certificates Saturday had been made of the spend their three days drawing

Alvarez said that corn will start Patrol. He admitted cots, mattresses, linens, food,
"we have plenty of buying power because the purchasing depart- merely clearing up questions con- I
now for vegetables of all types.", coming in the last of this week ment had not cerning federal housing: loans that I having discussed the ex- tents and other equipment ir-
yet established
A number of gift certificates,j r certificates $15.000 with'a
deficit of $
and will be in ed for the two weeks: training.
He said that growers could be as- heavy production ceilings. furnish the money for construction -
text week. is also expected redeemable on purchases at local j j These will be of the State Comp Company B will leave by, motor
lured of receiving the market Pepper Other bids to be of dwelling units to be rent-
advertised will will be distributed when applied '
price for their produce and thatIt to start next week. I. be on repair 'and addition ed to low-income groups with stores among I office and telling him convoy from Camp Standing at
of
a the crowd at the ShopportunityDays store whose
lack of
cooperation between 6'30 a.m.and C
would pay them to contact During the past week the market toiler to the heating rental based on the size of the Company will
of
buyers here before selling. has handled 4.800 pints of BHS. system family and income. cash awards party on West ficates. Patrol and the Sher leave from the Starke\ ,armory at
At .
strawberries: at an of 23 present heating en Call street Saturday afternoon at The gift in matters of traffic the same time. The two convoys
Mor- average
Alvarez said that Tommy gineers, Eboe and Gothe of Gainesville No decision was reached and
5 o'clock. tributed only will meet at and sens
3-4 rents, for return to Lawtey are
rie of Columbia, S. C. has a representative a growers the councilmen
decided to investigate '
on the market and is ex. ot 113666. :Alvarez said they. cations. are drawing up specifi' the The event will be held in frontof who*are in his defense remarks Mus- duled to join the other units or

'arrive himself had been handling around 60 housing project further the Bottom Dollar store and Saturday. It did not deny having made the 78tb AOB and the 48th!: Armored -
pected to, .here by ,A motion was passed to accept before reaching a definite conclusion festivities will begin at 2 : m. eral hundred statements but 'Division! at Fort Stewart at
last ot the week. J. Jo.:. Collins crates a day and would have had p quoted fig- ; "
the preliminary
plans submitted by however enthusiasm for the when proceedings will be broadcast certificates to show that 2:30 1' "will re
of the owners of the w.B. around 100, if growers could have ing he pan. Sunday. : hey -
one
Garrett'iCo. of Greensboro. obtained! cups to pack them'm.. architect Sanfcrd Goin of Gainesville plan was evident among the coun- over WRGR and a numberof this.time ,been' "lying down" in the turnto 'Stark ;and- Camp Bland-
for three of the building pro- cil members. ,extra prizes will be given to All of law enforcement on June,22.' ,
and Alvarez There has been a shortage of cups on ing -
C. is the ,market
tald that on the Van Buren Companyof here for the past several weeks.A jects included in" the'recent bond John Ware of 'the ,Florida Development persons in the crowd by the Bot- .asked to fill 'County highways., \\Vhile in camp" the,men of.botftu .
issue. They are: new library for Commission discussedthe tom Dollar. cates and C Commissioners' hive been It *will receiveextensive* training
interested in of is b&i
,Pompano ,is also fair volume produce Starke "
Elementary classrooms at urban planning assistance Many of the cooperating Shop- same time concerned in recent 'in 'repairing tanks,': wheeled
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buying produce lere. ing handled at,the Brooker market RJE, and cafetorium at.'Anderson grant plan that provides the 'city port nUy 'stores will ,award: gift Droftt- haring" fact that'' vehicles 'small artillery
'Although prices on most vegetables according to Manager Ralph I Junior High Lawtey. with free i _,over'the_ _... Brad.. %- ," = -- '- ...,_- arms---."----- --- _
are .still ]low, due to overproduction a planning surVey recommending I line" ana lone wire ) Nettles, who said things "look a Members present at the meet- community development fall seme-$15X300 instrument jnuhe.co aM.

,ji at| !,.th the.,crops same injUjjireasmaturing" tfinelurAl- little'1 brighter?*' Brooker1' is now( in Dan?, BlHyPowellrE; : ':A.'Sapp, and-planning for,the future. meeting, .t.he363,2l.bUd-, .#Company 'Bjxanmandea: :by 1st
Starling and
yarn a&ld that growers would moving some potatoes, and there Johns. Thornton". 'If the survey 'results and' re: for operation: the sheriff's Lt.1os.SO.' .,' Wood -of Starke, andC
fare Just I as well at the local has been an increased volume otlakeye commendations and cost' of put i during the ,1957-58 fiscal. }?.* C:; commanded' by:Capt. H: F.

markets as they would anywnere \: and crowder peas, and I ting' if into operation meet the The' increased budget was Chitty',of'""Starker are"two"' of the

else. "We ,urge all" growers to white and speckled butterbeans.A Power Mower approval of ,the council, it can 1 :by": 'the ',sheriff :largely .four","!.!,companies. *"- 'comprising. the

give us a trial he said. little pepper has been movingit approve the plan. If 'it,wishes. it .hiring of .additional 748th-Armd: :.:OnL.Bn.-. wjth-hea'd-

J. R. Wainwright has run around from $3 to $4 per hamper. Cuts Off Feet may reject the program at no an l. new automobiles.-* a.Qerters..in-the: ,,new, Cedar Hills
ccst. said 'the Commissioners' Armoryi comrnanded' "by, Lt.. JJol.Roberj"'V' _

Of Waldo/ The councilmen decided to have fearful of having to, carry tJnk.o Jacksonville.
Daniels Revival BoyCharles the Commission take preliminary I'p' [ over i into 'Tiex\ year's ,Co. B's' advance party was m

.teps to determine local needs and raise taxes to meet it. charge"of 'Sgt.. : i William. JI;. Henderson -
f.-
Tewksbury 13-year- and then view the _results. before : tically denied, however, .. :: .

Set To Start old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. committing themselves. t ,, wanted to create a speed 'The advance, detacnment from

Tewkstury of Waldo, had both The council decided to have f I -c Bradford County or .ex- Co, C 'C 1Jisted.of SIC .1. L. Alvarez -

feet amputated by a runaway the the Highway Patrol ,to ;,' SPJ Jtaman Alvarez ndPfc.'GUJIKo
city 5000. toward the :
pay
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) tiower'mower Monday night. lo. sos.. Pfc, Gerald
L 'E'A a quota" making arrests ,
k.. oavlng cf W. Pratt Street and .
Sunday NightThe The boy was riding'a rotary nay 50 per cent of ,the'cost ,-of) to boost the fine and W. Crosby of -Co: C will attenda
power mower while cutting the & : fund. three-day pre- amp cook's school
sewer materials
needed from
grass of his parents Motel Yankeeon existing ', and also left With. the detachmenton
\ Hancock said that he
greatest revival effort yet line to a proposed housing I was
US 301. He had stopped the Thursday.
undertaken in this area will begin development in that area. ; who had told Musgrove
mower to get off and remove a )) mark the first time-
: in Starke Sunday night, June Councilman : more tickets and fewer This will
can from his when the Billy Noegel requested :
path machine that the 'local units will have at
g, under a new type tent cathedral the placing of traffic i slips, and that the com
a
into
evidently slipped In
gear tended June Previous
located adjacent to the football light at the corner of Call and was hot involved. He said camp
and
into him.
ran have been been held
stadium. according to an an- Water streets to help curb a serious been reported to him that encampments -..)
nouncement this week by Kev. Charles is reported in good condition traffic problem present there. Senior Award Winners was not cooperating in July.

Howard H. Mott. general chair at a Gainesville hospital. This action I Sheriff's office and that
was approved by the
man. The area-wide campaign is ,I He was up and around in a wheelchair council. [ ] was "running for Social Security
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sponsored by all Baptist Churcnes the day after the accident. 97 .GraduatesTo Labor himself. Date Next Week

of the New River Association. According to doctors, he will Simmons, Highway Patrol A representative of the, Gaines. _

During the preliminary business be out in about 10 days and Building Permits Forms said, however, that "I ville Social Security Office will bin &

conference on Sunday June I, a should be ready' for fitting of Get Diplomas believe Musgrove has been 'Starke at the courthouse at

motion was unanimously passed to E. J. Daniels I artificial feet in three months. Show Increase AU persons down on the job in an ef- 9:30: a.m. on Thursday, June 12, _

invite every church of all denomi- survey forms hurt the sheriff." He added for :the purpose of conducting. social _

nations to cooperate in the revival Over Last Year Friday Night or otherwise transfer or other action security business. .
end an invitation letter is being SOMETHING FOR ALLSchool's
in the ,
case.
them' as Persons who desire to make application _
sent out by the publicity chairman to
Adding other indications of I instruction to social
for security re-
Rev. Jack Mabry. "no recession" in' Starke is the It will.be D (for diploma) Day Chamber of
To Offer ve' and the other Trooper tfr.eine.nt, pr survfvors benefits secure -
The campaign' is being conductedby Summer Program fact that local construction durIng for 97"members of the 1958 Sen- the Bradford here. M. N. Sellers, de- social security ,account num _

Evangelist, E. J. Daniels and the first five months of 1958 ior Class of Bradford County High This, from a belieye that the bers'. orget: any-other social security -
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his revival party who conducted has topped last year's figure for School when they don caps and the C of C in accident record could be ;' information are invited to

similar. services in Starke nine Varied Activity Staring Monday the same period by almost $100-' gowns and receive their coveted gotiations with tighter enforce- seethe .representative at the time
of the best
years ago; He is one 000.
heepskins in Memorial Stadiumat terested 'in I (Continued on Page 4) of his visit. _
Jcnown evangelists in the country Permits for $242,163 ,worth of 8 p.nv. Friday.,

1 Is the author of 18 books and The annual summer program I baseball. Construction have been 'issued The eagerly awaited announce-, -

editor of a Christian magazine. for elementary school studentswill The school wiU assume responsibility since the first of the year according ment of valedictorian and saluta-

'He has preached in most of the begin next Tuesday offering i for the children dur- to City Clerk Carl Johns. tcrian was made at last Friday'swith Mayor I12 I-

48 states and also in many for- swimming instruction, band instruction ing the, scheduled programs. For the same period last year, the top honor going to Mike ; ., '
eign lands, being awarded two recreational High school students will be Goldwlre and '
and a pro permits. totaled 147400. second ranking placeto 1 4f' '- _: /
first prizes in world-wide sermon offered swimming instruction '
gram. daily Mcst of the permits are foe Patricia Pellum. At Friday'sexercises
contests. Busses 'illleave from the front' frcm 8:30: to'11:30- and in an new homes, with a $70.000 church Patricia will make the

Assisting Mr',. ,Daniels will bejowe1l of the elementary school daily at evening recreational program at permit .and several new _service welcoming address, ,while Mike :

'Leistner, music director 8:30: and return about'11:30.: Stu- I the USO (from 7:15: to 10:15 Mon stations included. will bid farewelT to BHS. Three Jet

Johnny Boa, ,organist and Kev. dents in the Heilbronn area will. day Tue. toy,. Thursday and Fri other ,ranking graduates; Mark '' _

Walter Holland, associate evangelist be picked up by Mr. Manning's day.'EightVeeks will be the duration Moore,: Wilbur Barry, and Gary k- _

and supervisor of property and bus and go to,Camp Blanding by of the program costing $1.00to Legion Promotes FJzey will speak on the subject of .

personal work the of Lawtey. pay fcr equipment and ,ma- Local Observance "Building the Highway to Suc Plane _
war _
)(r. Leistner is known as one ot terials. Students ,will enjoy'skating. 'cesS."'>. -
the' in the nation. Because Mrs Malone will supervise the Of Flag Day' 'M :
top singers primary ping-pong weight lifting Indoor Last Friday's Class Night pro _
in the daily
children
of his rich, bass voice he
games, dancing, music appreciation Post 56 gram in the elementary school For : _
a swimming program assisted by American Legion..
won nationwide recognition on -
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outdoor volleyball and cafetorinm was highlighted by the
hymn program over a radio network Mr. Manning. A recreational pro- through its commander, H. H.
shuffleboard. presentation of honors and awards
gram will be cffered at the USO Rabb Jr., is asking Starke mer-, '
directed and
and has pro- :
Band students are requested to by Beecher W. Payne, supervising
from 2:30 to 5:30 and cants and home to'coop
duced his own television series. He : on Monday owners City -
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arrange a schedule with Elden prate principal to the following students -
will direct a' large chorus choir Friday afternoons consisting of in displaying the flag on, abovr :4
Mathews band director. This : T>ictured :
ckating ping-pong and other indoor Flag Day- Saturday, June 14. i!
and lead the congregational sing
phase of the program, Jfill'also Seated ((1-r Pat Hobbs, best _
games along with outside Commander Rabb urges an: _
include beginners. all-around girl; Joannie Wait, -
ing.Johnny activities. A charge of 50c will. bq business places with to display r
19 flags
Bos, the year organist
Evening basketball and softball year book. .editor-in-chief; Gerry W. on Pratt Street.i I. by news, cameramen from both,
was born in Holland and now made for the eight-week seasonto will be offered if there is sufficient them on that day. Those'thatdo Gibson.teaching scholarship.Standing above Mayor. ,.r K. R. Wheeler revealed Jacksonville television studios and
lives in Michigan. He is knownas provide equipment and ma- not have flags may obtain themat II |
demand. Interested students ((1-r) Lonzo Kirkland.: plane by official Navy. photographers.
terials. jet, called the "Fury.
a modest
"The Wizard of the Hammond cost by contacting
I are requested to contact Science'award; Patricia Alvarez, Starke in I Austin Uell,.local mechanIc. dismantled
Raba, or Guy Andrews. forerunner of the "Sabre-
and his musical arrangements A special outdoor for
program II James Hobbs, and Tom Casey... BPW award fcr outstanding a- sonville Naval .the jet at the base and it _
have caused wide acclaim. elementary students will be held Parents are invited to assist in The Post Commander also announces chievement in commercial subjects, day afternoon.The was the first Navy jet will be brought to Starke early

A feature of the revival will be at the school playground Wednes- the evening, as well as the morn- that Starke Dry Cleaners end Danforth leadership award; North American Aviation next week.

the showing of a series O'f color days from 2:30: to 5:30 under the ing swimming program. Those Interested and Laundry is cooperating in Mike Goldwire. Valedictorian and Commander I current. model in the FJ-4.
the Life ofVt'vtt It was through the personal efforts _
movies depicting direction of Mr. Manning with :a should contact L.H., ,Oib- the observance by offering to Danforth award; Patricia Pellum, tive Officer Forrest, disposal,unit sup.
Qtt& fci M. tt TSd Tftisi n1ti.n.' \\\ ct ,v.rolJ..tt SaJatatoriaa, and JeacMnjr scholarship II t of-Mayor ,Jackson that toe _
I SMI, sisamw sto&twa. w-QKSxn.-1 clean, uttftaat ctticge,, &.ttf'sorted waa received ', stated that this was the
series begins with The birth ot] activities} games contests, bobbY ,ator, at the USD office or phone: flags that are brought to them i; Burge Searing, trianS half of the ,c (\ donation la Vie State & I])\ 't \\\ut. tvtL: t g

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LACE:TwoT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARES, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE :5, 1958

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other persons claiming any interestin thence North 0 degrees 30 minutes date as required 'by the laws vforidu HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY vs. James Edward Mimbs, 'Defendant
the hereinafter' described property SO seconds West. an>l parallel to % "' and the Florida Rules of RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST IN' Case -0. 12-544 I
I editorial. Out by. through, under or against each Northerly prolongation of last a-, Civil Procedure.: If you fail to do so, PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED BY Notice to Appear
such deceased and all other persons foresaid Easterly boundary a distance a itree: pro confesso will be entered THE ISSUANCE! BY THE BOARDOF To: James Edward )limbs whoso I Iresiden.e
". claiming any interest in the property of 75.94 ft't"t'to the Southerly against you for the relief demanded PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF and address is: Unknown
.1 i 01 hereinafter described, .by. through. boundary of aforesaid Northwest in the Complaint. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. OF You are hereby notified that fruit I
under or against them or either of Quarter of Southeast Quarter of IT. IS EREBY ORDERED: that BONDS IN BEHALF OF SPECIAL for .divorce, rare, custody and control
this Order and Notice '>hall be published T.fX SCHOOl DISTRICT NUMBER: of minor tluIJ I
them and all other persons claimingany the Northeast Quarter; run thence
BacfcToTfceEprryf.It 4'Past title interest whateverin North 89 degrees 31 minutes 20 onceeach week .for four con ONE HEREINAFTER MORE PARTICULARLY has been filed against you In theeboe (
right or
the named Court -and
andyou
t seconds East along last aforesaid I secutive weeks In the Bradford County DESCRIBED. OR.-TO cause
to the following lands situate In are required to serve a of
copy
or Southerly boundary a distance of Telegraph a newspaier| publishedin BE AFFECTED IX ANY WAY
l looks as if the long-neglected strawberry l Bradford County, Florida, to-wit:. 29.92 feet to a point 25 feet Westerly Bradftrd County Florida and having THEREBY: y.ir answer or plcaiJng to the complaint
A parcel of land containing thirty- of the Southeast Corner cf a general circulation in said You and each of you are' hereby on the Plaintiffs Attorney
be due to stage a, comeback' in Bradford E. K. Perrynian, Starke, Floria
may five and five tenths' (3i.a county. required to appear on the 14th day of
) of
acres said NW 4 of SE%f NE\i ; run
the in the
and file office of
County and it's about time, tor our way Of' excluding that 'portion lying within thence North 1 degree; 48 minutes Witness my hand as Clerk of said June, J958.. at 10:00: o'clock A.M be- the Clerk of original the Circuit Court on or
the right of way of Pratt 50 seconds West a distanceof Circuit Court of Bradford County, fore .the Circuit Court of Bradford ,
before the K day of June 1958
thinking. Street and lying hi the South half 659.52! feet to Point of Beginning Florida! and the seal of said Court at County. Florida.. at the Court HouseIn otherwise the alienation of said Complaint
(1 SVi:; ) of the Northeast Quarter EXCEPT any portion of the Starke Bradford County Florida i Starke, Florida and show cause
The monetary success of the current season in Whatever happened to the ana in a portion of the Xorr.hwebtQuarter above described land. lying within this Oth day rf May, 19iS. why the prayer of the Petition filedin will be taken as confessed by
spite of the very limited acreage planted to this "strawberry cream" that was reported (XW!4) of Southeast the right of way of Pratt Street, (CIRCUIT COURT)1 the above entitled proceedings you.This notice shall be published "nceeach
; of Section 29, (SEAL: ) should not be granted and the bonds
I.luarterst ) 'GREETINGS: You are hereby notified -
week for four consecutive weeks
crop has put many growers in a frame of mindto in the Telegraph 25 years Township 6 bouth, Range z: Eat that suit in equity has been Charles A. Darby therein described and the proceedings In the Bradford County Telegraph
ago? It was a skin and face cream in' 'the City of Slarke, Branford a Clerk of the Circuit Court of authorizing the _issuance thereof
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increase their next Dated this 14 nay of May 19'.S! !
planting season. County, Florida and being more brought against you and e ch' of you Bradford County Florida. validated ,and confirmed said bonds:
from the oil of (OFFICIAL SEAL)
prepared juice particularly described as. follows: and also against Robert A. Lewis Theron A. Yawn, Jr. consisting of Four Hundred Fifty
Of all the varied Clerk of the -
in Bradford Charles A. Darby Cir uit
crops grown and her husband H. H. Lewis and "
fresh strawberries. It was described Commence at the Northeast Cor- Post OffU-e Drawer 791 Thousand Dollars 4l4SO.000.Oay !School
County, year in and year out there is none thatis as a new product of the area ner of the -NW'A! of SKU of afore- Jessie Jessie Mae Mae BlaJtely,- also known'as Starke: Florida Bonds of,.Special Tax School. District. By Marian Court. L. Crosby, Deputy clerk51541ba
Sanford. defendantsby
said NEB and run thence North as Attorney for Plaintiffs. Number One. dated May I. 19)3. maturing .
such a consistent money-maker as strawberries- and claimed to be "immediately S3 degrees* 43 minutes :20! seconds Guy Andrews, Aubrey Maura, Jr., 5/22 4t 6/1 serially OB May 1 .of each of :
:Prices fluctuate, of course, just as they do with absorbed by the skin and when West along the Northerly bound- and A.. J.- Thomas, as plaintiffs, in In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth the yoars 493! : .Co U78, both Inrtusive -,
ary thereof a distance of 25 feetto the above entitled Court and cause; Judicial Circuit Of The Mate Of .- bearing interest, payablesemi..
other crops, but when the season's average is applied imparts a rosy and spark- Point of Beginning From point that the relief sought in said suit is Florida I..d Fur Bradford annually, at such rate -as shall be- tier NOTICE OF INTENTION,; TO
ling appearance to the cheeks." of beginning thus described, continue to remove clouds from and quiet and County. la Chancery. termined anon the' sale thereof not REGISTER!> riCTITIOlK NAME
figured up it is usually found to be sufficient to forth #!9) degrees '\ii' minutes confirm the plaintiffs' title (and that: THE BOARD OF"PUBLIC INSTRUCTION in excess of six per centum (Set) per Notice is hereby given tltit the ui<
that it
have brought growers a fair return on their in-' They might have added 20 seconds West along said Northerly of plaintiffs' grantees) to the above OF BRADFORD COUNTY annum., a more particular description designed, under the provision 1 .if
would make the girls "good en- boundary a distance of described lands as an indefeasiblefee FLOIUDA, for and. on behalf of of wiM bond bein t'OIltainl"iII.< the j Chapter 20.933./) ; Laws of Florida.! At-ii.
vestment. Unfortunately, this cannot be 'said ough to eat." Imagine a straw- 616.16 1 feet to, the Northwest Cor- simple title thereto against: the SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT PeOllofi filed In. thH nrocf 'dine. i of l94- '*ill register with the Clerk
for the other in this ner of aforesaiu SKfi:i of NE % ; claims of.you and each of you ; and NUMBER ONE, DONE :AND ORDRREn. at 3 rke. of the Circuit Court, in and for Bradford -
crops now being grown area. berry-flavored girl friend! run thence South 1 degree, 45 minntes you are hereby summoned ordered Petitioner, Florida, this the 14th day of May, County Florida, up'-n receipt . Observers remember few if any instances .ss 30 seconds East! along the i pnd required to file your answer or vs. 1938; v proof of publication of this-nottee. Die
Stark'e Westerly l boundary thereof a 'dn.f .- defenses to the Complaint in said THE STATE OK FLORIDA, and SCEO.. L. PATTENI fictitious name 'of Surke: Rap ,', ,
when there was .an over-production of strawberries A beauty parlor advertised f taiice of 210 feet to a point; frun cause in the office or the undersigned others I Judge of the Circuit" Conrt of under which we are engaged in business -
that nt pays to .be autUllIin them" North '.n degrees SO aunt l'lerk of the Circuit Court of the Defendants. ho Flehth JuAH-iar Cl 'tlt of at 13a. N. Tempi Ave. Starke
and it is .
that Brad-
generally acknowledged Eighth Judicial Circuit at Starke, ORDER .. ,
", utell' and itt $el.bl'ld.lV lit, g "Uis- TO "UOn. : Florida inand for Rrarifor" Florida. _
ford County berries,have .a quality all their own,' the u5pring. .. Perhaps -.they j.wantedtov tan.ee '(f In?.:!! feet to the >Jorthcafct Bradford County, Florida on or before TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA, County..' 5/1. 4t 6/5, Alu'B- Boles, Waldo. Florida and \
take advantage,,of they : 'Corner of Saratoga Heights, the 30th day of June, 195S\, and THROUGH THE STATE ATTORNEYFOR C. Roulston, Keystone Heights, Fla
unmatched by any other section of Florida. naturkl-Inclination. towardro.. as-recorded in Plat Book': Page to serve a copy thereof on Theron A. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT XOTICK TO IUFF-SD': partners. ,
: ; 6of the tm|>"c: reordB'of."taid: Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs' attorney whose OF SAID STATE THE SEV- In rlrrnit Dated this lilh day f May. A. D.,
We believe that everyone Interested in and connected mancealliit.spring.is'sui>poSed to, I County ; run thence South 0 address I is: Post Office Drawer 791! ERAI PROPERTY OWNERS TAXPAYERS I.TourtBradford. fkaaeertJ".f r Coa. ty.Flnrld" 1968 at Starke Bradford County
with agriculture in should do bring ctbrthe:: young. male.; ;te..e \ A l grveua?' 'minutfrs! KsfAt a'. ng' de-I Starke Florida! on"or before said CITIZENS AND OTHERS Chlspa.EasterJiag 5iimba,''J'It..hI11l.r. Florida. 5/15 4t 6 a
ny'
way ... t Easterly boundary it said & .........., ., : '.
everything possible to encourage a larger acreage \ Wll r- > toga Helghur: distance of G 4J.%1
Nineteen Y Upg ,men of the feet to tue Northeast::! Comer of -
of strawberries next when .
Time "
this county could boast season.of more than :>a was thousandacres County.had, taken advantage one Lot Saratoga: H'; Block Heights 1 of/as'Unit recorded.On of in ., .,'. ;: -- ::;-- :; -::. '?'-- Super-Right-'-; :

the QirC.: : C p1'opaL1L.Tltf! ..'; ele.,: Plat Book: 2; Page 64 of the aforesaid A ;::' Super-Right Pure II IIA
in recent the.total has dwindled' .
but years graph wtstfUllY. :lote. ': erhaps. -pUblic'record!!; 'said Northeast ::
to less than 200 and the volume'hal been'hardly; i Corner being also the Southerly f'
whentour: ':reforestation, recruits> f 'boundary of the right of way
enough to interest outside buyers. We doubt return from eamp,they,will.#cnows ; if Pratt :Street; ; run 'thence' Nbrtla COLD CUTS

that acreage= will ever reach the thousand mark the.v lu .fcrests and help pre-.... 1, East&J degrees along'56 saId minutes Southerly-sa'Secimds bound- \\ PORK SAUSAGE

again, but a planting artfund five or six hundred vent thb.prattice.of.. "burning tho. ary a' "distance TpfSO'feet -tb a I .

acres would certainly be in order and would Apparently ..it took'thetrr point- "minutes'; ruirtheiwe. East South a distance fldegrees5T of I :r I. Pickle-Pimento Loaf,
effort plus5..l'ealS to get where: 412.76 feet the Northerly bound1ait r: Hot MildIb
in and create
b$ enoirRh to brink buying power .of'Starke Heights Kc-frtt as ijl or
.
ajcbmp titive. pnce-stimuUting i situation 'on the- we arfe-today." tie' ;# recorded In Plat look: :\'Pag n C v Olive Loaf, Liver Loaf
t* i _
or' aforeiiiid"public'i retofdsi: "run /jl
l local Market. > .... "Beer returned to the county I i th hi&: &uth -jO degre es-'l* 'inini -

How about adopting a slogan of "Back to Ber- last .!. o-.jijelTele-, i t utes bounerarjr"uEa'st thereof kloiig, 'a the?distance"'Northerly: of 49c

ries" for Bradford County agriculture? If ariyoh graph ef-May.a2; ,1933.o/,The item J 304.95 feet to the 'Northeast tor- 6 oz pkg 2SC
2.wjih on1ij 1e0iaeh. I net.:W Lbt Seven of' Bald t rke
cohtiihied .
eaft think of t 4 'better one,:w 'd'b pleased, to I'I'I I : 1. Heights He-flat Yuir' -thence
hhar it. .-. .. I.-" : being licensed to sell the 3.2 bev- South 0 degrees 7 minutes East
era{ ." Albert Hartman, owner of along the Easterly boundary ofqaid
Lot Seven a distance of :294
the Spotlight;, obtained the only feet to the Southeast corner of LUSCIOUS GOLDENBANANAS'
U ense. City ordinances,prohibit:, said Lot Seven being also the
: A Winning Comhi'ICtio" Northerly boundary of the rightof
automatically repealed
fng sale were -
.: way of State Road 100, also
,. !*/.' J' 'I I when, the state law_' was known! as Madison; Street; run LBS
Something new has been added on the local 1 l passed legalizing the sale of beer. thence utes East North along 89 degrees said Northerly 30 min- 2 c

: see boundary a distance of 435.S5 i feet
seeheftandKit is 'an encouraging sign -of biggerand .
\ Mrs. H. M. McRae, the present to the Westerly boundary tf the FOR
better''things'to corner I right of way of Epperson Road:
Pine Level correspondent, was run thence North 1 degree 33 min .
We.f. fer to the recent joint and cooperativeS writing the Rising news 25 years utes 50 seconds West along said ,

activities ;of the Chamber of Cdmmercc'' AfldstherJunior ago." Westerly boundary a distance of
3C5.6 feet to an angle point; run
i
Chamber of Commerce; ,* *, L..' see tHence North 1 degree 45 minutes

; 'In'fec 'morithl the "old' work horses" of the Just to ease the minds of some 30 seconds boundary West a distance along said of 3SS.75 Westerly TOMATO CARTON

Chamber of Commerce recognized"that they\\'ereti ladies, this column, when it rePortS feet to a point on a Westerly
''t : i birthday, from the past prolongation of the Northerly
somewhat :of ,a rut, but seemed at a' loss,.in- not what birthday little boundary of Pinehurst Subdivision
will report
as recorded in Plat Book 2. Page
e their .efforts te interest the younger business I Miss X celebrated. It -wouldbe 33 of aforesaid public 'records:
heads of ;the community in-a.c of'.C program. too easy to add 25 years and run thence North 89 degrees 55
minutes East along acid Westerly!
a Then along came: the; reorganization of the'Jun- get the tight answer., prolongation and continuing' along :

\ i ibf Chamber of(commerce and the;probteftJ! se- 1n.. r ss, last distance aforesaid; of Northerly 179.55 .feet boundarya to an LETTUCE it

ed;tb ''be' immediately' t solved. The Bradford Hardware adver- angle Joint; run' thence North 67 I, HEAD
tised fishing contest. Only freshwriter degrees 49 minutes East along
"The' heads of the two groups' let it. be known b ss' and trout could be entered -- last and aforesaid Northerly boundary.,, .... -, .
continuing 'along a Northeasterly
that each was ready and willing to.workVwith the rod
'and must be caught by prolongation of last aforesaid -
other, for advancement of jStarke and Brad- and .reel with tackle bought 'at Northerly boundary-a distanceof I
550.4 feet to a point 50 feet .
; ford County and.the upshot was-thr appointment Bradford Hardware and weighedon Westerly of the Easterly boundary I, I
,
s of' a' joint' committee ,to itatt the ball rolling.- scales at that store. Prizes when therefrom measured of a parcel at right 4elgnBt angles FINE'.. QUALITY.' A&P TUB STYLE '. ,

The first effort'"of this 'cdtipenrtive was were .&.U and $1. Judges were :, : as. PARK and shown on plat of ,.. ., '
group. A: O. Andreu, H. C. Wall.and H. I said' Pinehurst Subdivision; run "
,
.
\6 gather information for ,an expanded programof V. Knight. Cant wait to ,find out i j .

work designed to put. this county i iri the,run ,who won.- Guess we .will.have to.

'ning with other progressive areas'.of the state "look into the future. .'

that, quite frankly, have been running rings S. cYCHANOE-"IN Butter B 63C1'ona

.
abound us in fecent: years. Thirty Starke business places .
: agreed t to tlose. Thursday after-"*.
Monday
this before -
morning joint group appeared -
Sul
noon beginning June .1;.and eOn-, i 'htA n c
: the Board of County Commissioners to ask
tinning until one ,week ,beforeschoolopens
ii support for their coantywide\ prpgrahi. We believe in the fall. vThes.-

a 'they made a 'good case,[and their presentation were: :S.' R. Johns.Carl's Cash '. SUMMEROffICE 'I

seemed to fall on receptive.ears. Store, ,Fred F. Stump Stern. 't """'._ '
I If these'two\ groups keep working together, asthey berg. J&RtStore,< Mrs.. C st/.IJR'f \l !flifl <4A&P Fancy GrapeJUICE

: have started out to'do, 'frte Sincerely believe bach, Paul E..,,Canova, rJr. Mrs.

that it tvlll be most stimulating arid productive E.E Canova. J. :M. Alvarez,: -J.
the
No. 2
Care
: W Morgan.-.-. Saul's.Store.., J__ M. PEARS
: combination that .has' 'come ;tour rAy in a1: l king, Edwards, .Suwannee .Store, Den: 2' 'J

a. long,time.. a ... mark Furniture Co,-stark ,Hard.. ,.if i K. f.

ware .k .Furniture.? CJover

.J Farm '!Store\: Harold "C.. .Wan; HOURSliV -- _

: The 'Year's' Worst: if. .e, .', I Three Friends Barber Shop, Brad Coldstream' Brand 24-oz bottle 21

.
.
/ ford Hardwares Co.. CityBarber : < 'J
) A sorry bit pf advice .was tossed off lightly by 'and'Bfeuly Shopper.TIp Top. Oroveery. L i

o an FSU'professbr who was 'g libt&l ,ih the daily .M. For YourConvenience PINK Mb
J. W. White is;; Sons.A;, SALMON can'f f
advising graduating stiidents'td-'lease
; press .
Darby. Hart Furniture Co., C. A.FUteh. .
It the so-called backward areas of Florida. slid I
A., H. Green J. C. Man- _
: flock to greener pastures.
iif Priest's 10 Cent. Store,
: Editor; J-:. C. Wadsworth of the Suwannee !tiem- ii, WEDNESDAY .. 1 -.., --
i ocrat' saYS this': 'is typical of remarks;'that, ,often Starke Dry Cleaners, and Brad- 9:30 12 Noon Armour or LibbysPOTTED: A&P Fancy 1

: come. ,from the mouths of "edu ated fools,". ,and foid County Telegraph -

e. we' agree." .Tie r'J Circuit. Court .Of ,Tke EfchlhJnOJclalCircuit OPEN UNTIL FRIDAY 7 EVENING P.M. MEAT 5 ozs 2''for
/ There,, ate just as fine opportunities i iri ti hat U < + Of FUrlda, 1. Ad 33 WHOLE BEETSAnn

b the,professor .terms' backward'counties. ft5 any I'''; Bradford Comnty.'lB; Chiim.-ery.. CLOSE SATURDAY'
else fact ;'.' Case \o. +; 3AL'BRCY __. ___, __ .. ., .
where say the Suwannee' Mrt r. "Ih MAURA.Jit; )' 1 i : I
1 I 'believe the opportunities, are greater in'tnos'e OUV ANDREWS ) : I

areas; for" a young1 man can gain for himself a, AXD A.Plaintiffs.J.:.TUOilAS: )),, SUIT TO Page Mb I IL

personality'',and position of, trust earlier.i in ,a THE- ,FLORIDA.vs.. RAILTITLE. ) ,QUIET. P.M.t: 2 cans 2Sc

small community than he, 'can',by being, tossed ROAD COMPANY, A ) .. .

into the keen.competition.-larger sites. .- CORPORATION-: Defendants: et al. )) i KETCHUP 140z 2 for 33 '

Order. *( Pvblkatlmi A.d Notice TDfffBd
"Far better advice 'ta.youngsteks, i in'my opinion L .

is to point out,te them:that' location in'itself, L\..TILE NAME OF THE STATE OF LOANSUP I 'f .. f'i
,
i hat littte .trf te with sticcm- faDm*.- :$u Less ""- FLOfilDA 719' lajTRatfroad TO: Company, (alI. i I ,

seerasito come toithoseiwh6work''and-ule-: aoj Teree4.to.ps4 Florida Railroad . .
: : CPi tdyany, Pf"the Stile of Florida) ; GoldenIslef A&P FancySWEET
mansgemenMn personal affairs.no matteriwherflocated. :rap>T.-Sawder r Join McRae; Mary i "

: ." -. .yt.s;:.,, iff, v* BCY nett r wit'r} ,7 a'ati, ;bell"&lsQ'[)1 r1.I,. ;J 'l'1Ani.r8.known! an. M.M.. J.J. Jordaa.'and'Jennie Jor-- TO !

: --Editor( Wadswprth! advises his seniors! to look :Charles: 51 11.A.;;'Rogers Jordan; ;; Isaac Charles J.Ha.URi' 303 cans If for(
whl & ** / T>. \ i1 FIELD PEA$ 33c PEAS
e anlind.at'3iofiei'and} I/&m iuiyou; + find'op ,1! chen; 1wrn; Staples; -
,
lie ; rre\t..t. noa J. Qlgoodi.T.
: pfifanities here: :: a fdr those iUing t6'.wo'rta' ce flp'bMsibTh %-t.;;Fannl G..Gaskins; J. G. Al- 6OO"Folks .
n tea; W. CAT .CroWor and his wife,
im our.$ettion of<.F-1brida; t\'h n"tt'o LhihdtrdelelOpltlentt )(.:1'.- Crosby\ ; .iXeUfe E. JIahone;
3lboatidlEbftbtticttith'3a 1it Kt)i'el M. :MaAooe; als6 known as Ethel ., A&P'
: 1tahQIlQ, :W >1l1k; *,a4d her husban1f 21-1bcans 31c
fQfur't.+' l..c"tr"t t tea,n4 \. 1'r. ,4 the Rfl- ,;; J.war k-k-'CQIIler L. Peek' andJil
wife pittleU.Peek; John D. Gas- .
: Thee thing might be said for Bradford Vfasi! Itrte! 1*..Gaattna; Martha J.. 303

: naev! CrP. tHerrsmall\ sburity 6l ihdiieratir.rn'liahipec 1 gouts Youta, .; .alSQ Henry1"'known"u P'- outs; :Mrs.Aaron'M. G.J. WHITE CORK cans Tfor 33c

,a tftletds'U.s\ : :'1-otmg e td rstdy ttadMVeVetalredycfB .I Ft-uts: JI eery 7k'. Foots and his wife Find Us
b\iHd + r1S ....j }:tic Kolllna. Fouls ;Era R. Jackson 'Friendly"
: \ 1ttljgz eaterpmpprtldns.'t:4y :
: ..nd her busba d.,A. L. Jackson; Aa-
ottoii\itoe name of the FSU Iroii 1?.: Foots and:hip wife Ethel L.

: prote o n! ndthisrooner; } #e forgfct \ 1tIlh= Arfna Kuti:Rising j.!'. M;: Diary Ristni Ruing and his Young wife; LOCAL FINANCE! A Perm'Heavy Duty 100% Pure Pennsylvania Jane Parker

: *?dered-idvi: t this better/. ftrgtt 1ti4 i9erna StOr knd'hfa'Vire.: K .Rising Lints{ M.E.Wainwright Wainwright;

-& f-it *ii\tts: the! i,1 r<:eya I fe"'il.-"Alyareit: Florence E. Alvarez;
-- -------- TX-Wr'-Arvmrrt an* his wife, Hildabelle: COMPANY c' Safe $ 'l
MOTOR 33c $1.45AMIIICAt '
Alvaref.. J. C. ,Alvarez and his wife OIL.qt !!
Olivette Alvarez C. R. Alvarez and m PIES

:tHE. &RA6ndr5b, cb'tiN"'nr. EGttAi'k his Andrews wife and Anna her Alvarez husband; ,Leila J. W.G. IHN.rWalnutSt.:, '
; 'h.tl1t ';; u Andrews ; Guy .Alvares; Y. "L. Alarex 1
.. \ ; Aha .\k'arez"at eoe Dale ((3 DOors from.P St Dffice) "
r. J'I.fK1D"'S 0 l IL T1WL1LTLT ::4'zspthte Al\-ar r .Collsu Deniaria Alvarez fOtlWOtr MO MTAHd. ..jTttfl 111*

: i"raliall, 4jotTiiol.t Tv Gunter D, ;Gunter A. L. Watkins and his and wite his,, wife Lulu, : Phones 580 and 581 412 Call Street 8-inch each 43

food JJtoresM ,
'O'1"\O' Llllie Watkins: J M. TrutiW El- .
hti''t1li
rt SAME MASTHEAD. lery Davis; Luther D. Fuller and.his Mrs. Marguerite Hall, '
wife E. Fuller U alive, and I Starke Fla. "
Emma ; ,
Lri1i'tttri
:6LWilai : Ufl" !.. Sem.f Claw Ira .
qt if anof the above named Manager MtAI
ATUMTic fMlflC II*
.
a got tktj..1.. VI fJ starkj, t:... "aver "!!V.,! ,III- be dead then hU. unknown, heirs persons,.deisrrsrpate4' . ,-. -<* '**, .. n .. J ,. _. .

.: .\.- :....:.. ".!..l."f., ".... _. I-. h' _. ;, '" t. grantor* *, Vinon; ,- .
Teditoris z<'uevi wurii in interest, or q
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THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1958_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STABKE, FLORIDA ,PAGE THKCi

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tYTYTYYfTTTTTYTTTTTTTVLAWTEY born,Wednesday May. 28. son and.family,on.Sunday.Mr. .. s AAAA4AAAAAAAAAAA44AAAAAASTATE I Bruce P.ur len rand Miss, Doris Sunday.- '. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.Tt.GRIFFIS .

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton and Mrs. Herbert,Redding 1HltWdNNTo. Norri on Friday' night at the Sorry to hear of the illness of

and sons of Jacksonville spent the and daughters of Green_, Cove S FARMBy Ocean Park'Baptist Church at I Mrs. Roberts [Mrs. James Lavender's LOOP

weekend with the Frank Cruce were Sunday:. night supperguests ,. ", Jacksonville Beach. mother]. Hops she is soon -

MM. family. of the Louin Redding:: family. rr .Mrs. H.: D. Starling who was ,
Bj Joyce T. Vutch
B Bin.
Harvey McCarthy Mrs. G.
; J. CaldwellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Cathrine
well.Glad By Miss PadgettAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJf(
Mr. and Mrs. F. S, Campbell Mr.and Mrs.> Herschell.Milliner ,* Ie.*.*! *** ** ,*,! *** -'t I It..a confined in the' Bradford County to have Roy Turner back
&LLAAUUaaaaaaaaaaalaaParents and Misst'.Rebecca, Wilkerson of &&&&&& &&&
< Hospital for able home
&A.AA eight days '
and the L. C. King family enjoyed &A&A&1 was again after his illness of a \

who wish to enroll their :' a-picnic at St. Augustine'Beach Jacksonville1 were. theweekend Hi Neighbors and congratulating -i Club LuncheonThe to return to,her home here on few days in the Starke hospital.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones

children for guests of, Mr. and Mrs Wesley Saturday While. she*was hospitalized Edna Lavender is stayinga I-
first
next year's grade on Sunday to all our young people whowill i Community Club held its Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Jones '

may do so at the school on June i i Miss Jean Moore of Heilbronnwas Wilkerson.Miss be, graduating Friday, night. annual Spring Luncheon on Tuesday her two .daughters; and few weeks with her daughter, family of Tampa visited- the I
6 9. ..Arthurme Blanchard, of their families visited her ,there, Mrs. Tedd Cook in Jacksonville.She .
or I
the Sunday' dinner guest of These dear.ones to our hearts! are of last'Week. About 20 members Griffis family th1s-weekend.

Mrs. Milo Smith Is visiting: her Miss Settle Norman.. Jacksonville was- the weekend opening a-:big door in,their lives. I and several visitors enjoyed Mr. and. Mrs. Raymond Reddingand fell and injured a knee We Mr, and Mrs. Joe Stanley ..
guest of her sister Miss Enza
.little son of Wildwood and hope it is well ?
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rev. and Mrs. Jim Lingerfelt We. are inside this passage and this delightful affair. The clubroom boon.
,
Blanchard family: of Gaines .visited!
: Mr. Visitors
and Mrs. Philip Murphy and of the E. A. Sapps Saturday
Mitchell in Lebanon, Va. of Middleburg attended Home- need to do ourpart In helping .was beautifully decorated Griffis
Mrs. J. CvPons and son of Tallahassee : and Mrs. Nelson Surj
son of. Lake Butler. afternoon were Mr.\ and .... .,
Freddy Wilkison went to Jacksonville coming at Evergreen Sundayand them achieve 1 their life'sdesire.. with huge baskets of gladioli and I
spent Wednesdayand $rant, Turner \ Bill The baseball I
spent the weekend Mrs Richardson and grandchildren games have; :
on Friday to visit his stopped' by to see the A. This senior class of fine girls and other spring flowers. The food was
Thursday with her parents Mr. I in Starke, with his grandmother Mike and Carla enjoyed by young sand p4| c:"
C'I I boys will.become the men of our served buffet Rhode \
Kirklands style and the ladies
the
brother. B. L. Jr. and family. His afternoon.
and Mrs Bryant Reddish. Mrs. fair.countY.., ,Mrsv Alice Anderson and and Mrs. Alvin Kite and son community., The,.last,game,
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Monk Barton and Olan Griffis Reddish, and Miss Mary Julia Theyk, ,along with I were seated,at a long table. overilaid had a trip. with her to Jackson- Ronnie, all of Jacksonville. at the home qf R, 8. Hors r

Mrs. O. B. Wiggins and family of Macclenny visited the Levy Futch accompanied her to Tallahassee many others-all over our"-Nation I t with a linen cloth centered to ''
I ville meet his cousin Michael many people. turned',q1)tt) |pr
will
brought him home on Sunday and I Griffis during the, weekend; ; on' Thursday afternoon. make America', greater than with a low'a.rs:-rMnent of gladi- Anderson, of Charleston, S. C. Nine Miss Pat 01.r1an'Ate' t
From
dinner ever before.May.God,bless, them cli, larop'an dns: miller. Area !
were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts of Mr. Reddish went to Tallahasseeon y who has come down to visit' Mrs. day guest.of Miss ,,Linda J

Mrs. B. L. Wilkison. : Jacksonville were here on Sunday Saturday and brought Mrs. and leadd them'astheyundertaketo Fourtern sr.a'l: 'l rhildren were Anderson, for awhile Will Get Degrees r Brookins of Hampton? In. ,

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood. for a visit, with the J. M. Reddish. home Sunday.. wonderfUl'lead' their' fellowmen and' our I, present ani sr I Irn: ? low table was Mr;, and Mrs.. G. E- Crews hada From U of F afternoon she attended bacccreate
country: fixed them '
former residents here but now of Griffis family.Mr. I Mrs. G. W. Durham, Freddy [ fo: in an adjoining family, reunion last weekend services at the school. .

Anniston. Ala. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Griffis and and Danny Griffin of Jacksonville young Billy] friend Moore to accompanied North Carolinalast a ':, rocm.and served where. they were seated when they were fortunate in I Nine candidates from Starke Mr. and Mrs., L
and Mrs. Fred Moore and other the Leonard Prevatt family were .; attended Baccalaureate services week having all of their children at and ,surrpunding area will t>e I daughterMaryofQrlanqv}\ '
,
to bring the latter'sbrother Mrs. J. G. Caldwell
friends. in Macclenny for a visit with Mr. for Mrs. Durham's nephew, Ralph ,'i was honor- home with them. Those, present among the 1,255 students slated [Mr., and Mrs.. Willie Qre 'p,
home from the University.He <1 ed, as the oldest and ?
Friends of Miss Minnie Lee and Mrs. Tom Norman. Fetch, on Sunday at First Bap- I'(I only charter were John Crews of. Monticello, for degrees, during spring com- their son Edward.wa. home; i,
reports a nice trip member of the club
Griffis will be glad to know that Mrs. C. E. Olsen of Jacksonville tist Church and were dinner Mr. and Mrs. present. The D. E. Crews of Montgomery. Ala. mencement exercises at the Dm. visit and it is not.:.expectedhe

she has returned from Hope Haven. visited the Lee Greens on Sunday. guests of' Mrs Joyce Futch and Henry Thorntonand tul'president, presented her a beauti-\ M. Sgt. and Mrs. Calvin Williams versity of Florida on June 9. will have another visit be
baby returned home early corsage as a token of the
.. Minnie Lee and her parents, Mr and Mrs. Nick Pope and family. Saturday morning from Lincoln club's and' family of Bolixi, Miss., Lt. ,From Starke: Carolyn Babb Ca- six months. -, ,

Mr-; and Mrs, Percy Griffis- had daughter. Mrs. Robert Meyers and Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Park appreciation of her many Cmdr. and''Mrs. L.-M. Francis and nova, BAE; Nancy Louise Dupre, We hear: ; that Ron :GriffS*
Mich. '
Everyone will be
service ,
saddened many years to the
as guests on Sunday Mr. and.Mrs.. daughter of Jacksonville and Mr. Fred Moore were: Mr. E. D. Boyer to club., family-or Washington.. D: C. and BAE; Ray Goldwire. HSBA; Aaron getting. along rnucfc.&tjer-:
learn
of her father'sdeath. Guests
were Mrs. Mosley.
Ruffin Griffis of New River. and Mrs. Elmer Carter of Clay Sr., Mrs. Jewell Royal and J. E. Mr. and Mrs Malette\ Hale and A. Hutcheson, BSA; Bobby Baxter his?operation\ ",last.wjeei.pId
May the Good
Lord our new '
Mrs. Harold Eunice, Mrs. Brad Hill visited Mrs. Mattie and family Bruce Royal. Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of fort her and her com- Mrs; Richard Medical Officer's wife, son of hake Butler. John Delbert Morris :BSE; Martha L. Sief- I he may be home next wefk. \
family
Norton, and Nancy were in',Cochran during the weekend.. Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. E.' D. Boyer He can do. as only T. A. Yawn of Richards and Mrs. and Mrs. Hale and her family ferman, BAE.Lawtey r Mr. and. Mrs L QyC\,.,,, >}fa'

Ga. on Sunday and attended Mr. and Mrs. Horace Nettles in and three children of Pittsburgh My husband's Starke and theirthree returned'' to their homes'on Sunday : Ray C. Reddish, UA; and family and .Mr.. and X'

the Baccalaureate Sermon for I and daughter of Gainesville spent Pa., Miss Rachel Boyer and ona 'McCarthy, his mother sister MrsLe and- ley. Carol little Richards daughters and: Patty DianneYawn. Mos but Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Fran- I Hampton Marshall W. AfStchett, If John Brown and daughters VL '!

t Jimmy Eunice. Jimmy' returned Friday' and' Saturday with Mr. Mrs. Will: Edwards- Jacksonville family. Mr. and Mrs. John Still- cis andtheir families will remain ERE.: : Keystone Heignts, William in Brooker last week.

home with them in the afternoon.I! and Mrs. Wilmot Starling and'r and son- of Gainesville. well all of Fernandina Beaclvwere: I: 'Immediately with their parents:for a ten days Nicholas Stanley, MED.!; I James O"Brianawas. the Suv

The Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison following. the visit. Lt. guest of Calvin.Realms in St
C. B. Cannons of Jackson- daughter. ] Cmdr. Francis is being The commencement speaker ?
i ,Sunday luncheon
I guests in
our home. Mrs. a short business meet- '
ville spent Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall and were Sunday and Monday. guests tr'ansferredi'to.San! Diego, California will be Gov. LeRoy Collins Boatdrain Baptist -Church
McCarthy is' her ing '
I spending was
with Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Nore- i family of Kingsley Lake and their of Mr. and Mrs Cecil Dobbs and vacation .presided over'by Mrs.- and'after. their visit is over Sunday School, lO.ai: m.. ? '

worthy and family and Mrs. Mat- guest Miss Jackie Lewis of Tenn. family in Jacksonville. friends visiting us and her many .Milo Seigler. Old and new business they will- be moving out there. THE RIGHT rOLNl' ior the day worship 11 a. m., -Trai;

tie Henderson.Mr. I. visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Leavett of the community, was transacted and -then the !Sgt. Williams is being transferred way you wrtt Come,in- and select Union 7 p. m. Evening Wor
Mr. and club'
Mrs. Charlie Hillier adjourned
for
and Mrs. J. D. Clarke and and family. uaVaa.a.aaUVaVaw.' and thesummer to Anchorage. Alaska and'',he arid your favorite E TERBROOK 8 p. m. and Wednesday "Pi
family and Sharon and Junior months. The
daughters were Sunday guests of I I Mrs.., Nancy Keene- and Allan next general meeting his family will be going there. We Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH Meeting 7:30: y. m.
Thornton visited ,will be- .
relatives in on the second Tuesdayin .
Mr. and Mrs.' Carl Andrews in |Hart and daughters spent Sundayin CLAY HILL Jacksonville over the weekend | September.Our wish for both of these families ,

Gainesville Macclenny with the V. H. 1 much happiness in their new h
Keith S
Reddish
was the weekend community was deeply saddened Share. .theProfits In
Miss". Gloria' Crawford of Jack- Keenes. locations.
by Mr*. J. L. .
tltrickiandr guest' of relatives in Jackson this past weekend. by the
sonville was the weekend guest Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse an ville. .
duaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVaa news of the sudden. passing of our 9YY. .........
.n.
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack daughter had as guests a tr ,
g : Mrs. Lois Hinson and baby of g<>Od- friend and neighbor, Mr. '

Crawford. last weekend' Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Relatives and friends visitingthe Jacksonville visited with her parents : W.'N. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Starling Raulerson of Kissimmee '.
Mrs. Stricklands the past week Mr. and Mrs Ernie Johns have resided at theFarm: for the vwr r ,

had as guests,last week Mr. and Alma Dyal of Starke and the C. after learning that Mr. Stricklandhas ,Sunday.. last.f teen years. We extend our AND NEW RIVER:
Mrs. Warren Bush of Texas. Mrs. P. Miles
family' of Lake Butler.
returned from ,
the hospital. Tuesday overnight guests last deepestsympathy to
Mrs. North,
Wiley Smith,, li fe. E.. A..
came down from Sunday guests of'Mr. and Mrs. Sapp f
were Mr. and Mrs. week
Ed Mayo from of Mrs. Annie Kelly were their sons'Billy and< H. G. Davisand -
Jacksonville on Friday to be with C. G. Hodges were Mr. and Mrs..; Lawtey Rev. Chism ,
; Mrs.
pastor of Betsy Sapp of Raiford and family of Gainesville. utaaaaaVaaiaaUUVUr

her parents and.sister,,Mrs,Bush. Jack' Johns Mrs. Deanie Ponsell, Highland church; Rev. and Mrs. Mrs: S. L. Cason of West Palm Mr. and Mrs Carl Kirtsingerand
M'rsO; Ji:. and Miss Our community was saddenedby FRtDAY SATURDAY JUNE%
; Phillips' attended! Sandra Hodges of Jack Herb Higdon, pastor of Long Beach. sons Rodney had as weekend 7
firueral'services' : ton Rev: G.. B. sonville. the: death of Calhoun Barry
Branch church; Dumpie Wilkinson Pearson Cox of the University guests Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Ray ,
Van Allen- in Waldo c#i Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Burney of last Wednesday. Years ago Mr.I -
Hildred
; Carter; Mr. and Mrs. of Gainesville visited with his and little son of Panama City
.' Rev.. Van'Allen conducted a Jacksonville visited Mrs. Georgia Barry and his family lived here. .
Clayton Strickland and daughter; family over the weekend. He will who are at present living at New
revival at the First Baptist Ann Sapp on Sunday afternoon. atNew River. He was' married to .
sister-in-law Lizzie Strickland, leave Friday for Daytona Beach Smyrna.
Church several' years ago. Miss Elizabeth Terry was the Starke; and Rev. Percy Knight. where he the late Betty Thomas; At the /
will'be employed. Mari; Bryan Whitfield ,of Campville
Prlscilla: Tanner went to 'Jacksonville Friday overnight guest of her sis- 'All' time of his death i he was> living :
were welcome. lyn Cox will come home today to visited his daughter and son-in-
'' on Monday to' spend a ter, Mrs. C. E.Strickland in Gain Some with his son James' of Tampa. -19/
thought we should havelet spend her summer vacation from law; Mr.; and Mrs. Milo Seigler
.
while with her brother-in-law andsister esville They motored to Tallahassee Funeral services were held'at the
-I them know Mr. Stricklandwas the University. We are glad and family on Friday of lastweek.
very -
Mr and Mrs, Bill Zack. on Saturday and attendedthe graveside at Sapp Cemetery Sat- !
going to the .
hospital but you to report their' father Mr. E. L. Mrs. Whitfield spent. Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and graduation exercises for theirniece have to know urday afternoon at three o'clock.
anything' yourself I Cox, although still confined to day' night and Monday with the
family were, weekend guests of Miss Mary Julia Putch ,at before Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shivers
tell 1
youcan anyone else. the St. Luke's Hospital is feeling Seiglers:
Mrs. Clemmie Lee in Florida and Billy and' Richard, of
Enigma, Ga. State University. They He was called; we got the card' better..Let u&pray God Will'bless ,Mr. and Mrs Spencer Crews i boys
Johnny Bennett, and childrenof were overnight guests of Mr. and Palatka spent the weekend with ,
on1 Friday for him'to report Sun- him making him well again. and children. Billy and Laurawere T'Y"
the State Farm visited the L. Mrs J. P: Wyrick. Mrs.. Nan Merritt.Mr
I day. As all can see, we had no Mr. and Mrs. Archie Carmichaeland weekend guests of his parents
S. Tanners on' Saturday. ,, Mrs. Hilton Waldron of Starke and Mrs. Phowler Wilson
time to brodcast this news if .t baby of West Palm- Beach, },>)r. and Mrs. P.. S. Crews, Lakeland :
Mr. and Mrs! T. L. Wainwrighthad spent Sunday with the Robert I of visited with Miss Ida
is
considered
news! Wealso dIdn'tknow Mrs: S. T. 'Shultz of; North Car and' Mr.. and Mrs. Milo Seigler.
as guests during the weekendMr. Waldrons. Merritt and II''the' James-Lavenders'Saturday >
he was coming home when olina and Mr. and Mrs. M.- L. i :Mr, and Mrs. H. B.. Kelly and I :: '
and Mrs. Jack Wainwrightand John Caldwell. a former resident he did! Thought would be there Beach of Jacksonvillevisited' Sat children wereSunday, dinner and Sunday. .
son; of Alma. Ga., and Mr. of' Lawtey, but now of San for Miss Genevieve Bardin of Jacksonville "
'
another
? week but : .
broughthim urday with Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Reddish guests of Mr. and Mrs.'O.: E. 1-5
and Mrs. Dan Wainwright. of Francisco, Cal. was the Saturdayovernight home visited Mr and Mrs. Ethan
when wewent to visit -and Mr.and'Mrs:, Freeman Crosby. Mr; and Mrs; John SpenceJr.
.Jacksonville guest of Mr. and Mrs; Sapp over the weekend. ,
him so. please do not censor ME Crosby. spent the weekend' with Mr.an' ;i iL
Mrs. Ruth Barthlow Mrs. EffieGreen Jack Estes. too severely, I Ollie Kendrick and his.brotherof .
couldn't
do what I Very sorry to' report that Mrs and daughter of Middle- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hinesof didn't know to do. ', Columbus;Ga visits friends at
Floyd,Cowart's and Mrs. Charlie Mrs 0.E. Crosby and Mrs. L. :

burg visited Mrs. Mae Wells and Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith By the way Mr. Stricklan Cowart's father in Texas.is very A. Crosby of Bayless Highwaywere New River Friday: ; .?
Mrs. Bales and daughters on Sun Mr. and Mrs. Rosier.H. ,
isn't improving from the opera ill Let us remember to prays in in Jacksonville on Saturday. Frank Black of High Springs L

day.Mr. C.Kelly was in Lakeland on tion. Let us say, the operation his behalf Mrs. ; H! M. .Richarde, Henry spent this weekend with his parents -
-
and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and Wednesday and brought his son HER't
a success, incision healed
prefect- Remember inspiring Sundayand Richarde;. Miss 0 Jane Richarde'and' at the Moody Trailer Court
of Hilliard Wendell who is
spending
sons are a student at ly but he is not
Leslie's vacation with his parents. Southern College .home for the regaining Wednesday Prayer Meetingmessages Lyle Buck 3rd of Jacksonville Mr; and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and
strength as- wefeel he should
and by Rev. Walter Lee attended wedding d
; i the otI Genny Bardin'visited Pete anLeslie
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. summer. On Sunday the Kellys
the shoulder and I
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.Ed carried Mrs. Margaret Kelly to very sore.arm We take neck this remain young beautiful,, ladies singing, Miss by Barbara two of Jean our I Mrs. Richarde's nephew, Haro dShoretheProfits]l I : Sapp and family in Pglatt a I j t

Durban and sons were Mr and New River to 'spend sometimewith method-- letting friends knowas I p
Norman and Miss' Linda Gaskins
Mrs. O. J. Boyette of Valdosta the Roy Tomlinsons.Miss we can not take time to writeand and good fellowship awaits ... .' m StorkV

Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wil Mary Wilkerson is visitingher inform all. you
at Heilbronn. Come and be with
liams. and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban brothfi in-law and sister, Mr. Our little neighbour boy, WayneJohns 1 1 / '
us and don't forget the big New
of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Marcus. Griffis of Lake '
had the cast removed from River Baptist Association. Revival
Mrs. Joyce Futch and sons, Wales. his I
arm Friday. We know he is with E. J. Daniels. Our Revival
Benton and Ralph were in Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green and '
more than glad to get rid of this will be in July full details of,, I zFRIDAY
on Saturday and ttendedgraduation family were in Live Oak on cast which he has !
been
wearingfor ir 81Gi
which will be- given at a latter II
exercises at Florida Thursday and
evening attended several weeks. due to broken I ''I 7 I
State University at which time graduation exercises for Mrs.Green's date.Official I ; I.'r. "

Miss Mary Julia Futch received sister, Miss Esther Car arm.Elgin Lang and Louise i Johns George Huggins Farmer's: A Bulletin few sugges-'by. SATURDAY JUNE.7 I i SCREEN

her B. M. E. degree. ver. The Greens visited Mr. and went to their doctor for treatment I
tions for vegetable and flower t
Mr.and Mrs. O. J. Anders were Mrs. Kenneth Green in Jacksonville Friday. 2MNCH OVERALL DIAGONAL

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. on Saturday. gardeners..Running roses are-very
The Clay Hill school "
was o MEASURE, 262 SO. INCH
Dan Parrish in Maxville. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier had last week and all of the youngsters apppearance smidisurrs I VIEWABLE AREA
theleaves ,
Lloyd Wilkerson, who is stationed as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs seem to be happy that signs. i,
they of attack The ,
in Tampa spent the weekend Homer Hart of Jacksonville do not have to by mildew. same / 3- j
back to
go schoolfor trouble will show I
with his mother Mrs. Elisha W il- Beach Clarence Mosley of Jack a few months. 1 up in zinnias

kerson. sonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slade Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilkinsonand later on A dust or spray.contain- $v" .
YR
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Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl Mosley of and family of Hampton, and the Bessie Strickland ing sulphur is the treatment.

Jacksonville former residents of Edmond Rosiers of Macclenny.. Starke were I in Black spots on leaves of bush : HALF
Thursday of last.week. is-indication of :
type roses fungus
Lawtey,' are announcing the arrival Leon Dickinson of Sanfordvisited Grace Lang and others of Clay x r .,
of Renee Man and Wilker- type disease. Zineb or. Captan is;
a daughter. e. Mr. Mrs. Leon Hill attended the .
revival. some I the treatment. Rose buds that- +

last week at Maxville Baptist I turn brown and shed easy are I


THIRSTY WEATHER Church.We missed our pastor's wife, the usually bud attacked and shake by it.thrip.into Open your I

Mrs. Chism, from Sunday School hand- and you will seethese very : PRICEII! I ;l
and church at
Highland Sunday.His tiny insects. Malathion is.a good-
mother is very ill and Lois treatment :

could not leave her. We hope the .
Tomatoes are looking good allover I
AHEAD mother will soon be well and Mrs. I
the county. If notice
you
ti-1 Chism can be with us again, we black spots appearing on the bushor I 39 t:
Red Hot
all miss her. !
Shoppdrtunity Special
J. L. Strickland, Mrs. lacy Norman probably on.any.have part late of,, blight.the fruit This you is Jr tll<<:

and Lillie ,
Herndon were also
the disease that destroyedour 1
,, .a-
absent because they were not able ,
tomatoes last It is
,
: season very .
.
probably physically others to attend.absent'There were difficult to control. Zineb dust or ., < FREE Introduced)NOW months ahead el fimel ,

illness. We missed several due who to Sprays the best to use ,. preventive "'-* 1'Ji/; Buy'now and save! New '.chassis/ eircultryl 'I

have been now is better than tryingtostop.it'after Super-bright Aluminized picture.Top::
} attending regularly and .
hope they will be present next it has' started. level Tuning! Built-'n, Pul! U PIVOT-TENNA
/ Treatment every 7' to 10 days igets
/jw Sunday. We had some present" $2 SPORrSHIRT sharpest P icturer.:.ln smart Ebony-finitji t
I Istock. might be worth while. Be sure to
.
with us who have not been comingfor : .. .+;if... ,_"\-'. with gold trim.Complete No extras to
get theZineb'' on the, undersideof .
.
.. .
sometime We See it !
hope
they can the leaves, this is' where .the t. .- .:. .buy._. today
,
he with us again at each service. z
disea.;e.starts... We just hope that r

l J ,We just had 50 present in Sunday 1 this late blight will not hit us this Sperm/NW .. P ice' it n
School but
had !
quite few
a more: /

\..: !) present for church services., We ,year. WITH THE PURCHASE OP
; Let it be God's. will to bless .
,need all of you in Sunday. School $
each of you bye now:
Of the 50 members there were 42 EACH PAIRMEN'S.DRESS 1'r9i-

100 per cent,members so we feel
Two Scheduled
4 that was a good grade for the ones

present. For Induction. PANTS J. .... -


upOn ) ,banner.The. girls We are Junior proud class of won our girls the Min Rhoda. Dampier, clerk at 10% Down 2 Yeatf-Bank .Terms

and boys. They, are preparing. to Local Board No. 18, announces Takfe:Advantage of this AMAZING OFFER!

Coke'! do the work in a few years we are thattvro men were called JUST IN' fOR
r TIME
fi doing.now We,need-;all of> themin for inductioninto service on May! FATHER'SDAY; : w- C K. NASWORIKY :

'SIGN OF GOOD TASTE Sunday School and*church all 20( :' The are:, Daniel Roosevelt ,

.. ....... church services. Elizabeth Ann Derosoft : .
of and
.-cut*it tMMitMi. "M-ivr MA** Y11NY4 MK Lake Butler, ,Wil-
Smith, a Jr. girl joined the church 1 9 ,t
bert \
Jenkins. colored of. Lawtey.. f GENERAL SUPPLIES
Bottled un&r cvthoriry of the Coco-Cola Company by on profession of faith Sunday B Q-rksJale

morning. and, wasp to- be baptised Nineteen men. were called s

STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY with some. other-girls Sunday, fOr; armed, forces preinduetion1.1ica1'examinatioA : w .. :310 E. Call St. Starke' Fb '

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Z* ..rAGE'FOUR'J'i' tXJU&Ty: '.TELEOUAFI1:8TAUKE, FLORIDA TntrnsD.\ 'JUNE i. 1938FinieyrDyal

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Bradley-Bennett Donna 'Breazealfc v The High School Band playedthe
and recessionaland
--t processional
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R Marriage Told, Is Honor Guest the Glee Club sang "Trust in

The LonT aid "If With All Aly
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At, ,"Parties.. Here ,. Heart.
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I Miss: Donna Breazeale, of' High Arrangements of blue carna-

r Springs, fiancee of Bruce'u&thewso tions and white gfadioli, carrying'
1 Starke and Gainesville,4: was out the class ccTjrs, formed a

1 .. _.Gli I 1. MOON .1 honored with, two .lovely/parties lovely setting for the inspiring
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. .-' '.' last Saturday:;, ,j service.

Mrs,..J, E. Hardy wasjiostess.Ata Following the services, a rec"o.
: i Bridge, Party [ Coca-Cola: ;party,for this torWe F- dy 3 1 tion was held in the MethoCStI'rflowship

t. -, At Officers Club L; U'o-jbe. on Saturday ;;morning' ,at 4 S y hail w th members of

. her..home..on,Church street." 'I the WSCS, assisted by the Senior

t Tuesday EveningThe ,' I Lovely arrangements of summer I %' Mothers Club, as hostesses. Stand-
: I
flowers were used throughout the r .
f IP
'e
1r ., a ing in the receiving line were Mr.
Officer's Club at Camp rooms
1t
I I party for the occasion. The I II and Mrs. B. W. Payne and the
Blanding was the setting of a delightful : refreshment t bleW; s: overlaid, class sponsors. Mrs C. P. Cowen

.1 bridge party Tuesday with'a cutwork doth and find Mrs. F. S. Smith served
. evening given by Mrs. Del Colley. ed with.a silver; bo -lho1cl: 'center-I I
. b4l-\ punch.
I
. and Mrs. 'Myldred Cuttino. 'j gladioli. Silver ,trays. held daintycakes.minissandwiches ,

. I Arrangements of red white and and. nuts.
. OF THANKS
r T. yellow asters celosias, gladioli I y |IOn a separate table was a silver CARD

1 and cosmos, highlighted points of a.6 holding'h&'Coca-Colas, surrounded Our heartfelt thanks are expressed

.. interest in the lounge of the club (, by greenery t Interspersedwith to all who extended com

. and a lovely arrangement of the I[ pink' hollyhock<,florets. I Kindergarten Commencement forting sympathy and help in our

1. same blossoms in a low bowl centered I 1 Mrs.Hardy,'greeted the guestsas recent sorrow. For the beautiful

1 the ,refreshment table. The ;they :arrived and_ presented Graduating members of Mama presented by H. P.. Morgan sup- Faulkner, Debra Jane Johns' Jim service, flowers, and other kind-
1 F table was'overlaid; with a beauti- r them"to' the receiving line composed Priest's Kindergarten are pictured erintendent of Bradford County Shuford, Kathy Griffin, Nancy I nesses, we are deeply grateful.Mrs. .-
ful cutwork elotli' of'Mrs. Garl Mathews, Miss above as they receive their "diplo Schools. Struth Richard Studstill, Jan "
and the punchbowl 'Fines H: Hefferon.
was placed at end. Breazeale! ,' her.mother;""Mrs.-E. T. mas" in 'commencement exercises The 1958 kindergarten graduatesare Ritch, Ruth Crosby, Dana Marie :
one
tal compotes and trays held Crys- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley of Breazeale,;and sister Miss Darin held Sunday May 25, at 4 p.m. in : Clare Ann Raulerson, sue Mays, and Benjy Moxley
nuts candies Lawtey announce the marriage of da Breazeale 'of High Springs.. the First Presbyterian Church. Hurst Archie Thomas, Leonard Rev 1.. D. Haines brought the

ii wiches, mixed and cookies., dainty sand- their daughter, Ferrell Jean, to I Assisting in the serving were The program featured Bible Conner, Keith Palray, Ginger ;i- graduation message, assisted in O]_))}

; Glynn Gary Bennett, son of Mr. Mrs.. J. W. Vickers, Mrs. M. H. stories as told ''by each Kindergarten rod, Carolyn Crews Sam McAhley, the service by Rev. W. S. Mc

Several progressions of bridge and Mrs. Troy Bennett of Law Sheppard;/:and Mfg. t'G. Harris.Ttrty.fivegeesi'caked graduate and diplomas were i Katherine reek Dale Mabry, Paul Aliley, and Rev. J. H. Mabry. -
were enjoyed by the 50 guests and : ; at the EVERYBODY

prizes low scorers were,awarded to high and tey.The marriage was performed by appointed. 'hours; ten and. 11 Arthur HollidayIs Kuschel-nnings 97 GraduatesDiplomas_ ffMOST'' Now IS SOLO sOM -** '

Rev. A. E. Massey in Faith Baptist o'clock. .
1. 1d; .and, Mr.' .T, M. Finley of Assisting the hostesses at this Church, Lawtey, on May 20 : vThe'hostess'presented,.the. honoree 'Honor Guest Wedding June 9th To Get MAKINS-

Lake ,Geneva. announce ,the engagement delightful affair were Mrs. L. A. at2:30p.m. with ,a'piece of her' chosencrjSW.as !At Bop Party Dr. and Mrs. fJoyd H. Jennings BATHROOMSNEWFEDM y '
Davis Mrs. F. B. Beard Mrs. t '80'memento'of the oc- U
: of their daughter, Martha E. announce the approaching wed- (Continued from Page 1))

a ''Sue' to James Edward Dyal, K. Ferryman Mrs. Ronald Onus Circle Four WSCS casion.' toThe' Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Holliday entertained ding of their daughter, Carol Foundation Award presented to OLD
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1 Bon of Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dyal and Miss Jackie Colley. at a birthday-bop party
Lynn, to Ervin G.. Kuschel Jr. band student
: of Hampton.' Elects OfficersCircle :Starke Woman's. ..Club was Monday the Catholic Center for outstanding byi I
son of Mr. and Mrs. B.! G. Herschel Stark Club.
Rotary Tommy
Uyal
I Executive Board the setting for a beautiful tea their son, Arthur, who was cele-
of Garrison Minn. The wed
Four of the. Methodist also received a teaching scholar-
I given for Miss"Breaieale'by Mrs. his 14th anniversary.
brating
Plans LuncheonThe WSCS will meet in the recreation I ding will take place Monday eve-
Garl Mathews on Saturday afternoon -
ship.The
building 'Tuesday June 10. .at 8 .from 4:30: to"5:30'o'clock.: : .Yellow and white crepe paper ning, June 9, at 8 o'clock at the class history was read by

.. executive Board of the p. m.. with Mrs. John Torode and I I The 18 assisting' hostesses, -' were streamers and balloons were used First Baptist Church Starke Patricia Pellum, the prophecy by PLUMBING AT ITS BEST
the
First.Baptist Church met Wed- Mrs. Jack Clement as co-host- I. Mrs. R. B. Alvarez' Mrs.' Maxie' for 'decorations throughout All friends and relatives of the Sylvia Paulk, and the last will and PRICES
Center.. The refreshment table couple are invited to at Dankel. Mark T-ECONOMICAL
testament
nesday afternoon 5:15: at the esses. Carter, Sr.. Mrs. Cola l Coran, Mrs. was' overlaid with -a white.lmencloth young by Judy

1.. : church. The business session was At the May meeting, held in Edward' Beetoe' ,"Mrs/George. Anderson and centered with a punchbowl tend. Moore monies.served as master of cere- See Us For Complete Job

4 presided over by the presidentMrs. the home of Mrs. Carl Lamar Mrs. Paul Raymond,.1.11'1; .
which
ei W. B. Mundy. Prayer by Johns the following officers were Milton Lang, Mrs. R. A. Green and.around lillies. were green Miss Mabel Sublett The 1958 Tornado was dedicatedto On FIfA Title One

u Mrs. Paul Raymond. Circle chair- elected for the coming year. Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mrs:, :Dave fern. day Mrs. Lois Moore, high school
Guest Of Honor
tiPltOF11'3 men gave thenreports.. The 40 Teenagers enjoyed danc- secretary, and gifts were presented Loans -
Paulk Mrs. Mrs. E.
Jack Parker
... Chairman Mrs. Jack Clement; ing during the evening and two to her, and the Senior Class
.
There will be.a covered dish L. :McKnight, Mrs.:: Jesse' New- At Morning Party
I ''''',.-' luncheon at the church June 17 Chairman of Programs, Mrs. L. : contests with prizes were awarded. sponsors, C; P. Cowen, }to. S. PLUMBING AND HEATING
some Mrs. T. B. Harding; Mrs. B
for Rev. Daniels and his staff. K. Whitehead; Secretary and : The Bop contest(was won ''by Shirley Miss Mabel Sublett, bride-elect Smith, and Mrs. Betty Blaisdaie.
T. Thomas; lotrs .LfN.Pickering: ,
Publicity Chairman Mrs. W, R. ,
and George Morrison and the was inspiration for a delightful The impressive Baccalaureate
Meeting was closed with sentence 1dMrs.
!Mrs. Frazier'Shawi; I Homer -
Miller; Treasurer Mrs. B. L. Waltz contest was won by Wayne Coca-Cola Miss
prayers. Lewis of.'Jacksonville.Greeting party given by service was held Sunday when
.
100 -, Mozley Jr.; Corresponding Secretary guests'at 'the. door Kinney and Melinda Reese. Delia Rosenberg, Miss Barbara a capacity crowd of gVWuates,

Mr. and Mrs..John W., Griffinof ; Mrs. Olin White Jr.;; were Mrs: Thomas indf Mrs, Pickering Mr. and Mrs. Molliday were as- Spencer and Miss Reba Starnes at their families and friends gather

At Ochlocknee, Ga. will spend the Spiritual Life, Mrs.W. B.-Thomp and'stan b g far the receiving sisted"by, Arthur's grandmothers, the home of the latter on Kings- ed in the elementary school cafe-
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. son Jr.: Chairman of Membership torium at 8 o'clock.
line in the lounge Were Mrs.Mathews Mra. A..N. Holliday Sr and Mrs. ley Lake on Saturday morning.
., Stump. Mrs' ;;J: P. Bloodworth; Secretaryof ;Miss Breazeale, J.lrs.,1'.lT. 0. .L. Haynes Sr. The refreshment table was love- Rev. Donald Kokomoor delivered -

Christian Social Relations Breazeale Miss Darinda Brea ly with a green linen clOth, centered the traditional sermon, assist-
A CASE RECORDFROM Mrs. J.A.. Lee; FlowerCom- with an arrangement of ed by Rev. J. H. Mabry, who gave
i zeale Mrs. Alvarez;.and Mrs. Lew- Bobbie Smith
DRESSES ittee; Mrs. Carl Johns Court- Faye I
L.
: is. if" ** gardenias and stokesia in a silver the invocation and benediction.

ACHIROPRACTOR'S esy Chairman Mrs., Drew Reddish Is Honor Guest bowl. Silver compotes and
1 The color motif of yellow, white
.. : :LChairman.of, Finance? Mrs. arid green '.was-:: carried trays held nuts, mints, cheese dip
r ; 'attractively
-
FILE S. P.:Staneff; Chairman of;Local < out 'in' flower 'arrangementsthPoughout''tije' At.Outdoor. PartyMrs. andmixed crackers. The same ONE' QT. OR GAL. OF' PAINT

t ON CASE R 158 Church Activities' 'Mrs.''G: T.' 'clirli''::house, in .- Shi,'Smith entertained at flowers were used in attractive

1 I Huggins. front 'of the stage:.was' .: 'white. a delightful\ ) -birthday party last arrangements. throughout the par- F-R-E-E: : a !.:
the meet1ngra.
fitter stork rooms.
given lorher ty
A farmer suffered for weeks fence decorated Withgreenery endyellow'gladiolL'1n Friday evening
with shower was given forMrs.v L. D. tteftenter-was: ,;'Bobbie t'ayeiwhd was Twenty-five guests were Invited 'WITH
.condition daughter
i a commonly,known Whittle : affair. .EACH, ONE YOU BUY
: attend this
to- delightful!
as neuritis a d-lwrsitis.- Becauseof "a;.picture' frame' centered with(alargehite c anniversary : "
dr the 'stiffness I in his neck and ,. .Mrs.-Lee'assisted'inserving, : *: refreshmentsJ .<.weddihg' ,beil rwth' party was held :.in;the "% 'e Eliminate the Middleman? Profit' <

J pain In-his arms and shoulders ; swags of..:streamers extending to yard> at ;the,,Hogan. Smith homeon Mrs. Clyde' Priest. .

t ?" 1 1r I he could not rest at night. Daring white'posts'on; 'each side :welch North Walnut street. Honored At PartyMrS. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

the day, it:was impossible to be Presbyterian Men. were topped 'With smaller ,white ,The. refrfshment.able was
: wedding:bells ,. with wnile linen cloth 501 N.'W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6.7588DRIVER'S
comfortable In,any position. Plan Ladies Night -j overlaid a : Clyde Priest was honoredat
to The attract.ively.'appojnted tea and' centered with a pink' and a lovely party Wednesday

This man was examined by a trble m, the aunroom:was'overlaid white embossed Birthday cake. ,of week in the
II The Men of the nrst' .Presby- : morning last City .
I
chiropractor who found a nerve I with a white satin cloth: .and:centered Trays"held' cookies, hamburgers; Park by" the mothers of her
given
terian Church held
their month
$ $ ,pressure in the. neck was causing ly supper meeting in,, the assembly ,'with :.an" ,arrangement of candies! and minMultcolored kindergarten students. PROM license
,
$12Regular
i $410 the trouble. The pressure was hail Wednesday, May 28, with yellow gladioli and white asters .balloons were strung over the Refreshments were"enjoyed, andgifts your
.
removed and the patient arameDJoys cirI-3 serving ir, a- silver, and crystal.-epergne. table: were presented to Mrs: : Priest

'. food.health.Chiropractic ,I The president; R.: Li Paterson, This, was flanked,by'candelabra' The 35' teenagers enjoyed danc: and. her assistants, Mrs. Vernon .BUY ,. '

: '. has restored healthin I conducted the' business :meeting with similar .arrangements in the ing,arid "games'during"the,party Silcox and Mrs.A. J; Thomas Jr.

: :,,$5.98 to $25.00 many so called Incurable during'which'it' was decided to center' .of. the' candelabra which hours'sevento.: :ten o'clock
held yellow"tapers.The; ; '
conditions observe ladies night on 'Wednesday punch"burning table was :overlaid' with a "Th'e'To'ut=oftown,I'guests' included LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
.
; June 25. Wives and familiesof :'Bediy' Baker of JacksonVIlleand CommissionersDeny "
cutwork cloth and
white centered
I""e For further information on the men .will be' invited. The | 'Louise 'Smith of Hamlet:N. .
i with a crystal punch bowl. surrounded "
'
I problem cases July meeting was announced as byLreeneqaM j ,yellow c., !, ;;. : Membership Fee .. 6 Mo. Policies
work night: 'i Mrs. Smith. was assisted ChargeContinued .
Phone or write The gladiolL, __ : ., toy t
.
The pastor; Rev.. W..S. McAliley, The mantel in .the lounge helda .Mrs. Hogan Smith, Sammy Gill

.. Dr. H. G. Bollinger reported highlights of'the:Synod beautiful fan-shaped arrange- .and,Shi'Smith'Jr. ( from Page 1)) .
.
of'Florida which met .
r CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES May 2022at ment of yellow and white:gladioli
1 Miami Springs. ... flanked by low silver candle hOlders \Voman's'ClubJo'iit ment. DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

1t 728 E. University Ave. The program, 'The Congre- with burning yellow tapers. He said that the same number .

1 Gainesville Phone 6-3238 gation of the Redeemed. was Inviting the gueststo, the tea : I In ;Honoring of ,accidents. 1141) had occurredon lab W. CaD Street Phone 285

r presented by .Frank .Wolfred-and tableHweretCarter( Mrs: Teacher ,Of Year Bradford's' highways duringthe
.
426 N. Walnut Street Dr. S. P. Rowe. Green, !trs"'l Andenon' and Mrs. first-five months of this yearas

1 Starke -'Phone 103FRIDAY Parker. Assisting in the tea room The Starke' Woman's Club Joined during the ,same period last In Starke
Share the Profits
Birthday Party were Mrs. McKnight, Mrs. Beebe, with,other clubs in District year, even though an additional -
... Mrs Paulk' and Mrs. Newsome. Four'"in honoring trs. D. J.:Rivers Trooper had been addect here. He
For 1 1
Phyllis Haddock *
Presiding the' tea table were ;of'Lake City who was chosen said the efficiency of Troopersis
,
Share tits Profits fn S Mrs. C. S.Haddock Mrs Lewis Haines and Mrs. Lang Teacher of'the lear by the lion.da'Federation judged by the accident recordof
entertainedat
Pouring punch were Mrs.;Harding, of Women's Clubs. their territory. :F,
e, 1 1 1I a birthday- party Wednesday and Mrs. Coran.' Taking care of Mrs.-Rivers'was'presented with a Musgrove maintained, however,
afternoon
her daughter, Phyl- the book :Mrs. 'and check dIStrict that over a 17-month period the
lis,.who celebrating guest ;were: Pick loving,cup. at the -
Ita was .her llth ering and :Mrs William Mink. workshop held last Thursday arrest rate here had gone up 40

anniversary.. Floor hostesses were Mrs. }tu. at', pie Lakewood Woman's per cent. '

I, and The, refreshments ten guests 'enjOYed'in the' games yard ie Carter Jr.,.Mrs.-Kenneth Grid- Club/in Jacksonville.lecognitlon.. Bishop pointed .out that last FRIDAY, SATURDAY JUNE 6, '7

I er, and Mrs.-Gary ,Garner.. was Sven01* local year Highway Patrol 'arrests had .

I. during the party hours. Out-of-town 'guests were ,Mrs. club for, the program, ,award they contributed about $20,000 to. the If Your Taste Is Modern *, .
C.J.:: Bastedo, Mrs.,S. L.,Jackson received at the recent convention county, but for the current.bud-
,
"SATURDAY JUNE 6,7 Dance Recl'talS Mrs. W. J. .SipreuY Mrs.- Lowell held in. sC: peterSburg., Mrs.-'.c. get year, which ends in September -

'For'Tuesday Nichols. Mrs. Virgil Mathews L.'Scholl;;'representing" the Starke only $5,000 to $6,000 has been See This Most Interesting Suite With It's

,, I Mrs. W. J. Flink,' Mrs.' Lemuel club.,,was one .of; the, speakers at forthcoming, from this source.. "SET-BACKS' To Create A Most Unusual

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARATHON -The-second annual-recital r of Lawrence: ,ilrs.Phillip Smith and the.pre-,luncheon..: In another'phise,of the discussion Effect.In .
Mrs. Steve Weldon Jr.-of JacksOn- Johns and
Patty's Dance School will beheld Sen. 'Charley E., Walnut and Grey Mist
Get set..GO! Run, don't yllle: -and Mrs.J..H..McNeill. Mrs. Rep. Doyle E. Conner took different -
on your mark..get Tuesday, J'une,10. at"8;pi m.. in PATIENTS ADMITTED
walk, to see us. Those who come in first get the Starke,'Elementary- Cafetor- Frank'.Johnson.; :and Mrs. Duke .TQ-'BRADFOBD HOSPITAL sides on the question of whe- Bookcase Bed Double Dresser and Chest

.I ium. of" High.Springs. < ther or not the Bradford sheriff's
'
PATIOSIZEUMBRELLATABLE There is admission 'charge: One hundred 'fifty guests were The following. patients were office should revert to the old fee :t Y

t, Everyone; interested is Invited to invited, to., can. .between. *. the" ap.' admitted to Bradford County system abolished by the last legislature -

attend 'as well as parents* 'and:I pointed hours.Wesleyan. '. Hospital recently:' : It' had .been .pointed out

\. friends of. tfie,.students. Marie..8.; Raynor of 'Keystone that the office- had ,run into no
Guild: Heights: AlmaEvelyn, McKinney budgetary' difficulties in those 3n;,

of.'Raiford,Michael,Wayne Rho- days..
with of Dianne Golson Sets Picnic'
;Supper
purchase den, Shirley K. Kersey,44artha Sen.' Johns stated that he.wouldbe
Hostess At in favor of pasSing''a specialact Iz-i:
PartyDianne The Wealeyan, Service Guild Bertie'Thomas'' .Lake Geneva
Wilma Jackson: Dorothy Johnson exempting Bradford County
Unit 2, will hold their last meeting
Colson entertained at a from the present budget systemin
Williams'of Hampton Norma
of the season at the home of
delightful surprise going-away favor of the old method of col-
Any Mrs J. R. Hixon' on Brownies Jacqueline Currie of Lake City.
party-last Friday evening for Me- lecting fees. Rep. Conner however -
road, Tuesday evening June 10 Mae Sidney Mott of Brooker,
linda Reese who is moving to MIamL' challenged this.v1ewp nt, 0,., r.,
PORTABLERADIO at 6:45: o'clock, with ..Mrs. B. Linnie Mae Sharpe of Middleburg 'N
urging the. local officials to stick
Emanuel as co-hostess. This will and Charlyene" R. Brantiey of
The party was held in the Cols- Grandin. with the new system until it is
on's yard onV.. Madison street be- a picnic. supper-meeting .and
given'a
fair trial.
members will pool'their'cars,for Also Murl Dyesdmonson: of
where games and refreshmentswere transportation to the. iiixons- by I Lake Geneva, Terry Lee KIng of The discussion ended on a note
enjoyed by 25 teenagers.
Lettie Mae of indicision with nothing more
Keystone Heights '
meeting at the R. S. Mullins homeat
Miss Colson the honoree a
In Our gave Roster, James Puckett of Key- tangible than an expression of
8:30 o'clock.Martha a
uSIIOPPORTUNITY
1 going-away present as a mementoof .,
,_ stone Heights, Vernon Smucker, hope that more harmony would

STOREBULLINGTON the occasion. Fred A..Wh1te.of.Hawthorne. An- result between state and county Reg. 169.95 SPECIAL

I Bollinger, ne Kuchler Messier of Keystone law enforcement officers.

Recent Births Has 'Weirier Roast, >t Heights.. Rode R. McCall of Value I 139.95
ST 1\1.\&K'S CHANGES
.
: tr Jacksonville. Gloria G. Hetherington -
Bradford County Hospital an- Martha Bollinger was hostess at of Keystone Heights. Carrie SUMMER SCHEDULE:

nounces the following births: a weiner roast for;12 .friends ;at Seller. Carrie Helen McManusand Effective this Sunday. st.Mark' .
Mr. and Mrs Eugene S. Brant- her home on N.. Walnut ,street Katie Sue Howard.

tQtl } ley of Grandin. a son. May 30. last_Friday;.evenings J. JTJ-? > .. Colored Admissions. were: Episcopal Church Will bold( Harry C. Elrod Furniture' Co.
$udh& Gift Shop Mr. and Mrs. David 'Lee* Ed- The young guests enjoyed games James Brown Doris Lee ,Aaron Sunday School and Morning Wor-

mondson of Lake Geneva a son. and refreshments in the EoUingert and Louise. Hutchinson, of ship in a'combined service start- 218 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.
Jon Steven, May '31. back' yard during Evening. Hawthorne. ing at 9:30: a.m. ,
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-- ....._.... -._. Mr. and Mrs..A. D. Morris Kathy Struth observed her 15th Mr. and Mrs. John Easter at- Mr. and Mrs. Drew, Reddish

.M't purchased the Charles: t biitnday at a,family,supper party tended the graduation of their and family spent the weekend in

home at 315 N. Myrtle street luesoay evening. ;aau&n.ei, Betty .at Toccoa High Kisimmcith: Mr. and Mrs.Ciaiuice .
1 plan to move there from W. Miss Pat Humphries has returned School, Toccoa. Ga. on Monday Taylor, former' Starke
.iscn street th!'end of the home from noiy Name Academy -j,evening.
/4rGi t./ lacIN i Mr. and Mrs.'Charles Harris can:: AnuuiiO, **a. f- r residents.!

to move to Jacksonville ; Glen E. McCUue of Enioiy :
THE NEWS Mrs. Maggie Andrews spent t Umversity will fcpcud Jane au
Share the/ Profits in Star
"'f">'K ni In Jacksonville: with -I( JUlY \tiia IUS j gi&ujpai'euis, Mr. -

son and family. I and Mrs. Get.,.ge fciyui. Sr. I 1 1 1a.
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Mr: and :Urs W. n. )! cane Guy 01 troop 23, 01 Gain-
Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty Mr. and Mrs.George Flynn 'Jr. ml fsrnil? cf M'nticello! tiViUe. rc .n.*/ was aw-dideu tae I|
and 'son visited Mrs. M. F. Chitty I have as their guests at Kingsley spending the weekend with Curved Ba:, rughesc: rank in G.n.i .r \\M.' ., Y.
and',Mr. and Mrs. Chester Had-. Lake this week, Mrs. R. S. Mc- and Mrs. F. F., Stump. I Scouting. Jane is an 8th !grade; ,'I .AJ
sock,in Lakeland,'Ga.:on Sunday,1 Ateer,* Mr. and Airs Robert Mc- PFC Cary h'azwofth ,, student at buchhoiz Junior H.gh'

;Mrs. JI. P. Brown was in :Miami Ateer and children and Mr. and !last Wednesday, after 17 1 School where she is president, oi''
last week visiting her daughter Mrs. Richard Houston and twin duty in Korea. HP was di a WA her home rcom and a uiemoei-
Miss' Flcrense:: Brown 'and son daughters if Tampa. "rcm fervi-'e at Font t the Student Council. I
Marcus. Mrs. Blown and, Marcus Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Voeth cf C., and Mr. and Mrs. M Jesie brmtn is attending the
and Lakeland weie weekend guests of ire now rending at the American Water Works short FRIDAY, SATURDAY JUNE 6,.1 7'.
returned on Sunday will :
their n-in-law and daughter apartments.Mr. (course at the U. of F. this week.: ';
. !back: to Miami June 9 for Mar-
cus' graduation from U... of M on Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Dent. and Mrs. F. F..Stump Mr. .and Mrs. Smith and fam.lyj i
June 10. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. served their 47th wedding | attended the barbecue supper /J 1
T.[ J. Bryan were Mr. and Mrs. versary on Tuesday. I there Monday evening which was: L'
Mrs.,Wanda Thornton and son, /
4H'IJ
Raymond Bryan and Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. F. M. given for all the operators and
and Mrs. Ruby Thornton of Conklin and Mrs. Gladys Jacksonof and family, Mrs. B. E. ', their families. lai" ""

Starke and Pat Griffis Lawtey; Jacksonville, and Mrs. MalI and Mrs. Glen Conner spent Eighteen members of the Hi-I tJI .
spent Sunday visiting...in Jackson I Bryan of Starke. i day at Daytona Beach. Y Club with their sponsor Dr..C.
ville.I .- Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Shawver and Mrs. Alma Compton and J. Houpt, and V. W. StricklandJr.
.1' family of Alderson, W. Va. are Cox of Jacksonville Beach t ., spent from Monday to Thurs- t
MM H spending two weeks with Chief Sunday guests of Mr. and Hodge day at the Sheraton Plaza Hotel, SrORT T I HIRJ5Men's
and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter at Guy Sale. Daytona Beach.
I Santa Fe Lake. Miss Carol Jennings has Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan
FloridaTHEATRE Mrs. C. G. Priest is spending house guests, Miss Carol Jr. and children were weekend
several days with her son and Dellinger of Brenau College Fla. Mobile Homes guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. ahd Miss Christia Wisbrun Shytle and family of Orlando. SPORT SHIRTS iTf

Dan Priest in Live Oak. Chiwawa.'N. M. At Johnny and Jimmy Pollet and c+
Jimmy Reddish will attend Mrs. Robert W. Underill Righf-Time' Dan Ricky Shytle returned home SHORT SLEEVE
summer camp at Fort Benning, children of Melbourne ,are with them for a visit and all V

Ga. as part of his training in the ing this week with her As a measure of his success were Sunday afternoon visitors of 2.00 Values
ROTC at the University of Flori- Mrs. J. H. Moncrief. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Super-
Jack is the second
:: largest dealerin
COOL! COOM,, nault in Ocala.
Miss Dianne Edwards and SPECIAL -
"Enjoy' A Movie da.Charles the state' for Guerdon Industries -
Tonight"'SAT. Lawson son of Mr. and sister. Mrs. J. M. High of builders'of Great Lakes trailers r
IUNET ONLY Mrs. H. A. Lawson of Starke, was sonville were visiting Mr. one of the biggest sellers in r

BIG. DOUBLE FEATURE. among those'receivinlr; degrees at Mrs. T. J. High in Clarkton of the U. S. He also- ranks sixth in p EBICTARKE
.. --1...': Florida Southern College's 73n over the weekend.J. the entire nation. While at Mari- FL-: 1.39-
spring commencement in the First M. Edwards, leaves in anna Jack won a two-week Bermuda .
Methodist Church of Lakeland. for Portland Ore where he tour for being the largest

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris be on business there for the : dealer in the nation for, Knox Fri., Sat. June 6, 7
and daughter Betty Lou, will mer.Misses trailer company DOUBLE FEATURE -
spend the weekend in Atlanta Sylvia Paulk and Jack considers his fantastic
Abbot and CostelloGo
il visiting their son, Jerry, at Geor- Dankel spent Tuesday to sales record, 230 trailers in the Boy's SPORT mm
... gia Tech. day with Mr. and Mrs. Ervin past year, is due to his policy of To Mars %
Miss Lu Green spent the past rews at New Smyrna, They "giving a person; dollar for dollar 'ANDUntamed
ll week at the University of .Miami accompanied home by Mrs. more for his money." He also FrontierWith SHORT SLEEVE

Jim Lasher Bill Dealing, and drews and son for the cites his personnel for the good 1.50 Values
Joseph Cotton and t
; / / Patsy Stevens of Jacksonville were and Paul Paulk of Daytona job they do. He feels that he has Winters Shelly ; ii
for the summer. w been lucky to get the right kindof
Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. Also
Serial and SPECIAL
Cartoon
-
Randall Davis, Ervin
and Mrs. L. D. Green. help.
S 4N Mr. and Mrs. Edward Griffin Delano Thomas Buck' Gill Jack lives in a trailer naturally SUN., 10N., TUES.
-.... and family and Mrs. Stella Griffin Lamar Shaw. will be coming ,'on the lot with his wife Eliza- June 8. 9, 10 .C
"- this week from South G beth, and their two children, Lea
DOUBLE FEATURE
of Fort Worth Texas spent
'. College. Ervin won his 1 Anne, who is two and a half and All Sizes
Monday to Wednesday with Mr. Man From God'sCountry Many
track following the track
And three-week-old
Jack Jay, Jr.
:
and Mrs. C. S. Haddock.
win in the Georgia ,. After'' being in Starke 15 Patterns to
32 LIVES LAID BARE Miss Nancy DuPre returned i Track meet recently. months, Jack is planning on Ceo. Montgomery
Saturday from U. of F. and will Mike Anderson of Ch Choose FromSTUMP'S
moving to a better location
AS TRANS-OCEAN PLANE AND
I to Winter Park Friday to '
go on C. is spending this week
north,of where he is now on 301.
DITCHES INTO SEA! be bridesmaid at the weddingof Scared Stiff
a I grandparents Mrs. Alice ks; Ah 'exclusive trailer park with a
Miss Suzann Schick. Miss Du I Dean !Martin Lewis
son and Mr. and Mrs. : minimum capacity of 25 units isplad Jerry !
Pre will return to U. of F. Sunday Lappe. Also Cartoon
and future
plans call forth
and Monday where she will grad- Mrs. T. H. Slade, Sr. i is "development, ,' ,
; of an existing
)
Thurs.
Wed.,. June 11 12
uate Monday. morning with 'a Atlanta, Ga. from Thursd lake: DOUBLE FEATURE,

BA degree. Saturday, She will be jto .' ;Jack; bragging about his coworkers -
Mr. and Mrs.,Rodney Hall and ied home by her daughter, : on says that with his dependable Joker Wild
son and Mrs: R. O. Dansby and ne, a- tudent-: at Emory : is personnel .he can trust AND
son Mickey, spent the weekend sity and Mrs. A. C. them with the business while heifoes The Restless Breed DEPARTMENT STORE ,
.
'
.dl: with'relatives in "Ozark, Ala., son, Charles Sawyer.FRIDAY 301'r ks ,: j s,b'at.he.. ..Always.,wanted.') la !\Vit1 Shott'rady aiRl:Anne' .. :
r do;. ,"take"one day off .a' week, Baneroft
E. CALL
It ST. PHONE 100
and 'go fishing. Also Cartoon ,
Shore the Profits In Star ,
.. .
1 }
I : kip: and Mrs., :Tyler, Jones yisit- .
..... 1 ed Mr!; arid 'Mrs.-- Roy Wingate in '
'
IWrtMmPJlL. NANCY DA'S.' 1 ,tl'I Mrs.Jacksonville."'Wingate.over,'spent the Monday weekend.and Share the -' Profits fn Starker ,

._- IDOl'urruv I CUIIIII NaDuCn I ".-' Tuesday",with:toe Jones'family.Mr. .
_. .IWLI 'ICIUMIt -* .' and' Mrs."n'lr'IW: ? ,of Albany eo
PJus Happy. ,Go:Ducky" Cartoon Ga. wcre'Mcndayvisitors
,of Mrs. W. G. Haile: "

.. Judge 'and Mrs.. T, A., Yawn,
._ Sun., Mon. June 8, 9
Jr. had'as weekend guests Mr.
SATURDAY JUNE 6 7 I
., and Mrs.:B.;. W. Davis" of Warner.

S WARNER.....n BRO$. a Robbins:.Ga.
St DOROTHY FUEL the John aldw or'San Francisco,

N ,' MALONE BILL, : Calif., former, Stake'resident,
was a business:vts1tor' In Starke
UO *llMtM<) FRL SAT '
I the past weekend. -
m Mr. and Mrs. H.. Ho' Houston, .,
FLYNN iuvrntcr Mrs. Gussie Durden.Mr.; and Mrs. I JUNE, 7 .
Mtaitatw.ITOO. ., y S. R. Johns 'son Randy and
Ma.a7wG ; : t
I daughter Linda, Virginia Jearf SHOP AT THE FRIENDLY STORE

Darby, Tim Warren, Mrs. Morgan
icharde, son Henry and daughter -
: :), MUCK -Jane and 'Bucky Buck attended 'Better Bargains .- You Buy For Less" 5

the wedding of Harold
TOO SOON
a. .
Bruce Durden and Doris "Jean
Norris last Friday evening,' May i
'Q 2
PIECE
LIVING ROOM SUITES
EfREM IIMBAUSTIR.NEVArarrulsoliIMTINMIINER ; .. 30, at Ocean Park Baptist church,
.
$ fciwi*| |MT riJIMraCNi ( Jacksonville Beach.
f ..*.s ll|lIMY BUNKC"KW W AU IWOL II
,.. u, .- r ..eI .... Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers had

Plus ")t's;A, Lh'Ing'"Cartoon as Sunday visitors Mr; and Mrs.A. .
G. Gowen of Fclkston Ga. and s
.
James Harrell Manager klr,. and Mrs. J.' M. Barnes of
.
,
Tues., >\'ed. Jane,10,:11 ; :a, ta n
Kingsland, Ga. Sue, Ann Barnes -;- -

OVERWHELMS ACTIONI Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. a-to remained the,week.with Carolyn Vickersfor r -

-: !; -
I O. W.' White, Sr. returned : 7' :
home last week from St., Luke's

Hospital and is convalescing (%
t H SGONE at-W. nicely. K 1. ; rA: A; ;

Mr. and Mrs..X. M.: 'Smith and

-, family spent Sunday with Mr. : rt-' ; t.

RW PP J.EUlE'tlYYIwU Lake.and H.'T, Smith.at., Santa. Fe


HE SELLING. ATOP QUALITY ) '
la The Cirarit c..i:Of Tke ti.r..1I. a

Deluxe Magic Chef.36, Inch : JadMal Br4f.rd C4MimtT.jFUrUa.-j-Clrrait. .!. Ami .For Similar" -
;:Jr. IX RE: FORFEITURE U*%, THIS SOFA AND CLUB CHAIR
the ERTY FOLLOWING:, 'DESCRIBED, ,- ''PROP- To Photo ,,, ..

1J43 Chevrolet p/u true*.. Motor : .TO MATCH "
RANGE No.., VHb1-668382';. IUS"l"ord 4-dr. : '
sedan. Motor-No.'V6r'G1i6LL2:-rr 95 ,
.9'7' BHsirs-Stratton ,guoiine water > ,
pump no Serial No.; 3(00 pounds oq $10 Down -8 FeriMo.! '
lEN ER ONLY' i granulated sugar in Hershey -
,
For ,
t'MICHAll'lANOON: .. X t Aassc1lef7WKQf ar paper bags: 200 feet dlameter'II1110 'black tuba- '
--- of her hose I-t-Inch
IIosiut:' pound butane gas cylinders
4 lECHNKXX.ORe(" no Serial No. %

Plus And Giving You A 10-Year !kOTCE- Use Our Budget PlanWe
"Spook and 'Span" .Car .. In Notice rs hereby gtyen that on
Loon. Guaranteed r'... the *th day of June, 1S58. at twelve Give Profit-Sharing CouponsFor
o'clock .noon the undersigned Clerk
of the Circuit- Conrt',uf*Kradford

Thurs, Fri. June 12 13 County to the highest Florida and will belt sell bidder for cash,the The Big Shopportunity Days .f

M+-n..* M-G-Mmmm- I Water Heater following described property:
1J49 Chevrolet p/u truck. Motor
f VHM-W3K 1 -- Brlggs-
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Stratton gasoline water pomp no Cash Awards
\ OR ., Serial No.: J408 pounds granulated -
sugar in Hershey sugar pap-
..YUl BRYNNER er bags: ZOO ft, black robber hose
MARIA SCHELL- CWRE BLOOM 30.000 BTU Magic Chef bags I-t-; Inch ZOO feet diameter black; f-100 rubber pound hose "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" ,
IB 4.C06S*(!tRY saltt,::,f HARD BASEHART butane gas cylinders. ho berlal:!
..HUM tUI.!..__..aa0. and Na ,
,. .-. iii! I Saida.le8hall tm-
I .w.w ImIrWWV : mediately west of Bradford County
JalL In Starke Florida and will liebe14'tn Denmark Furniture Co.

Plus -High and Flighty" JCartooa Central Fla Gas & Appliance Co. and--' 1 ilt..l'lorlda'Statutes! accordance with of un.e Chapter., AJJ-
.This the ZSth. day of May

"GET MORE, QUT.OFXIFE' MOVIE" Your Pyrofax Gas Dealer a. 1938.(OFFICIAL SEAL, )Clerk'tof the 434 436 West Call St. PHONE 151 Starke, Florida
A.
GO OUT TO 14 Charles CIrcuit Court.Darby in and for rac1ford
119 S. Walnut St. Phone County. P'loridL't hii
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YYYYVYYYYYYYYVyyYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy with a" f ggjtr. ? jr .. I
trustee day SundayS starting r' II
-, !Medical Staff
I Joint Pat Priest Wins
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Sup!; Home DemonstrationNotes Group
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I IrI Irene Thomas in charge, morning I II I 4-Year Scholarship I Met TuesdayThe

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY worship, 11 a. m., evening service Asks $5,000 On Music Ability regular monthly meeting of
at 6' p. m. Missionary meeting 4 II I
By Ozora J. ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL p. m. at the home of Sister N. L byDOROTHY For ProgramRepresentatives --- the' Medical Staff of Bradford
---v- County Hospital was held Tues
., A A A A Pullum, League 3 p. m. Miss Fan ) 4 ROSS !,
---------- I day, May 20, m tne Bradford
I nie Bell Frazier, president i in
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1ft Receive DiplomasOn Meeting Tonight Home Demonstration pent, from the County Hospital. Members present -
I charge. To all of these services the I '
Chamber of Commerce and Jay- II Doctors H. H. Adams,
were
Monday night in the cafe- Dell Chapter 168, Mrs. JanieS. general public is cordially invited. or' H -
Summer Time Meals .J I andolder and have
; completed -
age
cees were present at the County P. G. Felos, D. M. Chrstotfers: A.
!
Mitchell will.
torium of RJE Mr. L. H. Gibson. worthy matron Ebenezer Baptist Church "I
Sandwiches well be more) at least two of club ]
may I
held regular'meeting: years I I.:, Commission meeting Monday in I Y. Covington T. G. Kitch, A. J.
General Supervisor of Bradford tonight Ebenezer Baptist: Church, Rev, than just a snack. They can form work. The Board of County Commissioners the interest of expanding the local ( Barry L H. Jennings, J. E. Denmark

County. Schools awarded certificates starting at 8 p. m. All members: E. D. Robinson, pastor held regular the basis of a complete meal and the Home Demonstration chamber to increase its effectiveness I,, Carl H. \VeIis of Jackson-
to the following persons: are urged to be present and on service Sunday starting which are often favorite meals in County Council don- !.I
on are
and usefulness to the coun- I, ville, and James E. Mosley of the
Pauline Clarke, Flossie Lee Dell, time as there is business of vital with Sunday School, Supt. Bry many homes. To the sandwichadd ors of the trip. j ty. II State Prison.
JJohn'EaInell Diggs, Fannie Belle importance to be transacted. I in salad or vegetable milk Patricia Pellum for I I II I
I ant charge, morning worshia a treasurer I Spokesman Tom Slade requested -
Fiazi Scouts
Boy I I
r. Leroy Frazier Jimmie at 11:30 led by pastor evening drink and dessert. the, state council which meets'' $5,000 from the ccunty to be

Green, Shirley Mae Hamilton, Troop 71 is making plans to service at' 7:30: prayer service led Pimento cheese 'has proved during the Short Course; will be matched by the city with the remainder Wayne Patrick [Pat] Priest, UNIONEVEXIXO SERVICESSTART
THIS SUNDAY
Mildred Carolyn Heath, Mary become members of the Junior by Deacon Hawkins, sermon b popular'with .home demonstrationwomen quite busy with her official duties.I I of the $15,000 goal reached grandson of Mrs. E. C. Priest and !i

Lee Johnson, Leroy Jones, Emma Baseball league. According to :|: the pastor Rev. Rcbinson who and it might, be served Linda Green will represent the I by efforts of the two civic or- Mrs. T: A. Mersereau. both of I ii i, The first in a series of summer

,Louise Kelly. Genell Lewis Ben Sccutmaster B. T. Marshall Sr. 'preached out'-of his soul about with potato salad ,or cream of County in the State Dress Revue I'I, ganizations. Starke, will graduate from the union evening worship services
McDc gal Simon Jerome Mitchell the ground work has been dene .
Paul and the street called ."strait", tomato soup, ice cream and abeverage. when. she models. cotton 'print I I Guy Andrews' and Jack Hodge Harlingten [Texas High School will be held Sunday night at
William Reddish, Mary Alice for this accomplishment. To date Baby Karen Venessa Phillips'was Carrot: and celery sticks' party dress she made. 'I echoed Slades endorsement cf the this month and has been awarded 8 o'clock in the First Methodist
J
Roberts Robertha Scott, Cleme- the team has lost only one game '!blessed by Rev. Robinson in a radishes, and cucumber slices, add "4-H Makes Our Best Better," proposed program and pointedout a full four-year Navy scholarship -': Church. Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pas-
tine Williams. end that
was the return visit to !I ceremony' which included: Mrs; zest' and color. theme of the week's program, will that many benefits that may: to Tulane University.Pat i i tor of the First Christian Church

Robertha Scott received awards Palatka en Saturday with a score ( Annette Bryant Phillips, mother; Cream cheese-pineapple spread be carried out in all the activities.I be reaped from such an effective is an accomplished French I I will preach
of I'
athlete as valedictorian outstanding girl i Williams 8-2. On shut Memorial Day, pitcher Henry Bryant, grandfather'ElmerI I' if used on any fruit'may well Each day' of the Short_ : Course is'' plan. It was further stated that horn player, having played solo i
in music. out Palatka
outstanding
; i' ,20. I and Ozora Shell, god-parents, [he, served with, peanut butter divided between class work and> what money was given to the horn with the All State Texas i
Genell Lewis The
was awarded a game was sponsored by A-
I
medal I' merican Rev. Rcbinson .conducted the sandwiches.;. Iced tea with a sprigof recreation together with evening cause would be repaid to the Band in 1957-58, and All Region
salutatorian Post
as and a certificate Legion 314. Principal I '
with the American Creed Eddie Thompkins served ceremony in a very impressive mint completes a refreshing inspirational meetings. county many times over. Band for two years. He will enter
as umpire -
I manner; admonishing the god- summer meal. : Special events include the Jun- Although interested, the budget- Tulane in September, where he
along with all the other ani called
grad- avery good game. :' parents to live'in the fear of God ierSeniorPart at the President's minded commissioners took the hopes to continue with his music I I
Pimento Cheese SandwichesMelt
uates. I
Scouts ale looking forward to going 1 and should something happen to home and a trip to theGovernor's !'
under advisement.Also with the University Orchestra
Other awards included: American i to Camp Cocaccochee in in top of double boiler one- request a.k
I, the natural parents they. would i mansion, newly constructed taken under advisementwas and Ccncert Band.
half pound of processed' cheese,
Legicn Post and Auxiliary July although many will not have i
of
be responsible for this child and I where the First Lady
314 to John 'Diggs the thin with milk [fresh or evapor- a submitted budget for it new
-$lO for interest ]i I required fee which has been : her rearing, even education until Florida Mrs LeRoy Collins will yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyVVYVlKINGSLEY
and ated milk to desired consistency.Add ccunty-wide recreational programto
participation in Scout increased this year. We are ask-

Troop 71, Joseph D. Greene Jr., i'ing'I churches, fraternal organi- I she becomes 21 years old. The a small jar of pimentos which greet the girls.Governcr be set up with the use of pub :::: .... ;::::::::.:::..:if?:: .: .
j grandmother of the baby is Clemer Collins will speak to lic LAKEBY .:..:.::.;...:;.:.......:'I. :. .f/: : .....
award of $5 to Margie Leversoa zations and social clubs, even Bryant. A very fine report, have been mashed fine. Mix well. the girls Friday morning in as- schools insuring.and a the professional best director ,:.\::,,::::::: ::::::;:;::,;::.;:.:;::.t.x.:t::::: ,' : :,.:::.:.:.,.'.:.:.':.".,,..
fcr outstanding scholastic a- individuals to make donations to Spread .mayonnaise .on bread and Another possible
sembly.v outstanding
chievement in 8th grade, 7th the troop so that more boys will financially retary. was made by the sec- then pimento cheese mixture speaker will' be President Robert program at the least cost. The Mae MooreVVVYvvYTVVYVVYYY'VY'VY'VVV The future ,con look bright. ..

taught by Mrs. L. M. Royal presented be able to attend camp this year. I Makes about 10 sandwiches. Strozier of Florida State Univer- commissioners agreed to meet
awards valued at $15 to Last year the late Mr. Carl Knight I Announcements by the pastor Cream Cheese Pineapple Spread Monday night at'8 o'clock in the even from a wheel chair. .,.

students for perfect'attendance, ponscred a boy. to camp several included a church conference' for Mash cream cheese. Add crushed sity.The girls will live in the student courtroom tot. discuss the plan. Our deepest sympathy to the with Hartford Accidentand
the third
., perfect spelling which added to churches and the American Saturday night before pineapple which has been : dormitories; eat in the university Sealed bids were opened for a ;Joe Ricks family. May the Lord I Sickness Planning
Sunday. In the absence of the ,
the elementary departments recognition Legion Post and Auxiliary. Char- drained. Mix well.- Spread slicesof cafeteria and attend classes fog and four.wheel drive truck. be with them in their sorrow.

for attendance, scholar- les Covington, reporter. president Sister Lonnie Gibbs, bread with mayonnaise and in the university class rocms..\Manatee Corporation of Tampa Rev. D. E. Willis and family For complete prottction
the pastor asked all choir mem- was awarded the- fog machine I for yourself and your family
ship and citizenship citations. Poppy DayAccording add the spread. This spread: may 4-nCalDp spent Thursday evening with tht

In: high'school, physical education to Mrs. Pauline Marshall bers as well as church, members also be used to fill peach, pear or Camp letters have gone out to I contract at $1354.50. Furnishingthe A; R. Moore' family, visiting Mr?.I, look into the Hartford
to please attend the conference.The .
truck will be Hardy Brothersof Accident' and Indemnity
and sports awards'were made chairman of. Poppy sales apricot halves on a, lettuce leaf. parents of 4-H girls. This is the Moore who was ill.

. ;. to: 'Hen Dougal, Simon Mitchell for Auxilary 314 all poppies were' following members. ,.recently, 4-II, Short-Course first. letter and. when the releasesare Starke-whose bid for the Dodge The Kingsley Lake Baptist Sun: Company's 4-way plan It
Jimmie Green and Robertha sold. Many thanks to and visited South Caroline: ,Mrs. four wheel drive. unit was $2396.- includes ((1)) payment of
persons More than 500 4-H Club girls.leaders returned to the Home Demonstration day School seems to be holdingits
Scott. members of the group that made '[ Corene Colbert, Mrs. Mable Hall 175. most hospital' bill:;;
and agents from 52 Florida office, we will know own. There was the same total
Music for the included this banner for I' Mrs. Frances Coleman, Mr. Columbus assistance with major medical -
program a one :
year pop- counties will descend upon who is going to camp. The second -t nrpcent for the last two Sundays.
: Madame Jeanette "You'll pies. Mrs. L. M. Royal unit Brooks, They reported a Band Uniform expenses; ((3)) income
pres- I the,campus of Flcrida State University letter. will. go to the club The Training Union is also doing
Never Walk Alone! and "It's a ident will hold the next regular very delightful visit'with relatives 'Tallahassee for the 43rd girls who have returned their release line. The whole church is busy I to replace earnings lost

r Grand Night For Singing" directed' meeting at RJE at 2 p. m. the '; and friends. Ranell: English, re- Annual Short Course for girls forms: Fund Drive now getting ready for the coming j through disability; ((4 >

by' Mrs. 'F. C. Williams. first Sunday in "July at which porter. scheduled for June 9-14. If a parent does not receive a revival to be held June 8-22. I benefits if you suffer fatalor

The addresses by students included time Mrs. Pauline Marshall, sec- First Born Church Girls slated to attend the Short letter the office should be noti- Closer To Goal/. The Baccalaureate service turn- crippling injuries. Callus

"Well Begun is Half Done", 'etary will make a complete reporton 'First Born Church Elder F. Course from Bradford Countyare fied. Only girls who made an exhibit for full details now
ed out well. The Smith, Moore,
"Our Creed" and "Strike A poppy sales. Howard pastor. Rev. King Chandler ; Patricia Pellum; Starke: Judy of, their work are"eligible to and Buie families attended from
Match." Announcements and Thurston School preached Sunday night Linda The Chamber of Commerce has
Parrish to
I en Kelley, Virginia I go camp. Kingsley Lake Church. Mrs. Buie
significant remarks were made by On Wednesday May 28. a picnic followed by an address from Missionary Green. Brooker; and Lynn Perint Camp will be held July 7 at donated $100 toward the purchasing -I has a son, Landis Buie, gradu C. Wall Agency

'Principal Eddie Th.ompkins. A- and fish fry was held at the 'I Elizabeth Wright' who Gwendolyn Raulerson, Lawtey.Mrs. .. Cherry take near Madison. ManyI of new uniforms for the ating. .

wards for Outstanding school- school and was largely attendedby I spoke on "Don't Forget the Best," I Pellum. a local leader;, and I wonderful improvements havei i Bradford High School Band. This I I
home and community participation and friends. The feat- plus what' was made at the fish Congratulations to Mr. and i Phone: 146
patrons which included God and religion. Miss Dorothy Ross, hcme demonstration -i been made since we camped
were given to Mrs. Alma ured activity was a Spelling Bee I The address was rich and inspir- I I agent. will accompany I there year before last which will'l j fry and auction puts the uniforms Mrs. O. F. Siemer Sr. on the birthof + 200 E. Call Street

k Royal Jenkins, manager of RJE by the pupils of the third and I ational. Services" will be held all I the girls on the trip. I make this outdoor experience : closer to reality a grandchild.We ,

caffitoriunv who has six children fourth grades. Pupils who chal- day Sunday beginning with Sun.. These girls are fourteen years J''F'n' more exciting.ImproPp.f I About $500 is still IieededtO_ YPL'___are_ .happy. to welcome. .Miss i Starke. Fla.
enrolled at RJE that participatein lenged to the end and could not I day School. At 3:30: p. m. the maKe a aown payment of $1800 r.aLny jonns into our cnurcn. I It .

the school lunch program and be conquered were: Robert Pitt- pastor and members will worship Passing which must be paid before the

Mrs. Marion Dell, president of man, Jacqueline Mitchell, Ruth atthe Church of God,in Unity in uniforms' can be started.

RJE PTA who has completed her Ann Clark, Delores Broughton I the fellowship union, meeting. Leads Ticket, The band parents extended

second term as president, and Shirley Ann Younge, Shirley Ann i Evening service will be held at On County Docket their thanks to everyone responsible t\/ TRAVEL

Willie Alfred Kelly for courtesyand Brown. Johnnie Mae Hill, Gwen-I j First Born Elder Flax Howard in for contributions including

service in the'community.. dclyn Collins, Joyce Reddish,| charge. All members are asked to MGTH2 Improper passing led the docketof personal donations and assistance LiL

Kelly works at*a local barber shopon Elijah Strong, Coy Jackson, Clar- please attend. After service the 008SOliOiaTE ,County Judge T. A. Yawn last with the various fund-raising pro-

Call street as "shoe shine boy anell Mitchell. This activity' was Calvalier. Gcspel Singers are ,ex. week j.. Nine were. jchajged with jects. r.

and attendant" and Is a very conducted by Mrs. S. 'C. Price, pected to render. program to Soil ConservationNEWS t that violation while seven wart A colorTV set is to be given _, j -

serious boy'scout who needs community orincipal. which the general public is in- rknts were- issued for the passing I' away June 14 to help outfit the _

assistance to go to camp .Special Education vited. There will be no admissionfee worthless checks. 'The usual tand members: fl
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on July 21, 1958. The spiritual The special education classes of everybody is welcocf. Sis. W. leader, unlawful speed resulted; <

part of this closing program was Jenkins Elementary held their Strong, reporter. Soil Conservation, Service in two arrests while"one person Watershed, Problem.

conducted by Reverends Alphon- school closing party on Monday Bethlehem Freewill Bill Haas was cited for reckless driving. _
By
&o Jenkins, Sr. J. P. Franklin and which included grape punch, Baptist Church Charged with improper passingwere To Be DiscussedAt

George Lee.Dlarriare' weiners and cookies. The teachersin Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- Herbert Shellie Davis, Lester Keystone MeetThe
Bethlemen Freewill' Baptist.
AnnouncementMr. charge were Mrs. I. C. Jelson i Thomas Prevatt, Cedric Love
trict Supervisor Zedra Hamilton.)
and Mrs. Willie Pittman of and E. J. Givens. Guests included Church, Rev. L. McKay, pastor i Payne, Edgar Dale Johnston Edward watershed problem of the
I held regular storial services, on of Brooker, was appointed toi
!o Lincoln City announces the recent Fannie Belle Frazier: Clementine p Lee Forrest Am Bliss Simpson Keystone Heights area, first

marriage of their daughter Williams and Supervisor ShelL Sunday starting with Sunday serve! on a nominating committeeto 'Thelma Sarah Franklin, R. brought to the attention of the

Pearly Mae to Raifield Perry Jr. All reported a very delightful School, assistant supt. A. C. Cardy I select candidates for the Flori-,i iO.i Beak, Jr., and MacDonald general public by the Lake Brooklyn -
in charge at 11 a. m. Covenant I \
of Starke. The groom is the son repast. da Association of Soil Conservation -I Johnston Wiggins. Civic Association, will be the \- a Checking Account

of Rev. Raifield Perry Sr. and Church News meeting was held. Darlene Carter Districts Area 4 VicePresident -,j C. E. Ulery was cited twice for subject! of a meeting called for

the late Mrs.,Ella Mae Townsendalso Allen Chapel AJW. E. Church was christened by the pastor. j i writing bad checks. Also charged June 12, 2 p.m., at the Keystone I gives you a record of
Sister Rosa Green is godmother, and alternate. The meeting!
of Starke. They will resideIn Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, with worthless checks-were Robert Heights Woman's Club. Henry T.

Lincoln City. Rev. L. A. Sampson will observe ,Visitors present included Elder was held in Gainesville and was',.Bowess, D: C] Best, Louie Dempsey Stanley, Director of Watershed, your spending, showing

Griffin. attended by Hamilton H. H.' Julia Moore, and Zenas Tet- Parties of the Soil Conservation \ you in which direction

a I I The I Can Circle will meet Sat- Chitty, and Charles Hardee. stone. Service, Gainesville in a letter to -
urday June 7 at the home of Dea- Herman Wayne Stockard and local interested organizations stat-' you're travelling finan

ft HOME YOU CAN AFfORD ccn and Mrs. Prince on old Law The committee nominated H. Ronald Melvin Griffis were charged ed the reason for the meeting was \, ,. cially. Open your Checking
W. Arrington of Chiefland for
tey Road. All members and friendsare with unlawful speed and Lon- to learn the wishes and ideas of "

I invited to attend and enter Vice-President and Boyd Williams nie Gordon Cooper with reckless local peopl .: 2'"1 Account at this bank.FLORIDA .

Custom Built on Your Lot the discussion. On Sunday after- of Ocala as alternate. driving and wilful and wanton County Commissioners and IT:. '

noon at 3 the Fellowship Union Complete soil and water con- disregard for the lives and safety Boards of Conservation_ Sup-

will meet at Elder White's church.All servation farm plans were pre-I of others. ervisors of tooth Clay and Bradford -

members and friends are ask pared for G. p. Shuford, J. D. Counties have been invited

ed to come out and enter into Gaskins, and Bill Patrick. Glen 'Slowest Day' Mr. Stanley also stated in hs

the service fcr the Lord. Sis., Shuford and his Dad are putting f Of Current, Year, letter that the gathering of data Bank

Gladys Blye, reporter. seme permanent pasture on their by his department begin June
Antioch Baptist Church place located on the Lawtey-Rai- In Mayor's Court 9 and since the picture has chang- One of 28 Banks in' Starke

Antioch Baptist Church, Rev.. ford Road.. They, also have a fine edvifh( the work already doneon the Florida National

George Lee, pastor held regular stand of. young timber coming I May 26th was the slowest day of Brooklyn Lake and water flow Group _-_ _

service en Sunday starting with along which they plan, to protect the year for Mayor's court, ac- ing through channels the Soil;I'
I to Acting Chief Ben Holt- Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
ccrding Member
Sunday school at 10:30.: Mr. Willie from wildfires and over-grazing. Conservation woula like an up-to-
zendorf with only one case tried.
Brown, acting Supt. Charles Darby Gaskins tells me he likes date story on the wishes of the
On the docket were.two accidents -
I Covington secretary. Lesson was Giant Striata Crotalaria as a I people concerned.
cases. Charles Lacy Jenkins -
taught by the pastor and reviewedby : summer cover crop. I found Darby -\ *
appeared and pleaded guiltyto
Rev. J. C. Cannon, pastor of. fighting grass in his sweet reckless driving, and causing Positions OpenAt

the A. M. E. Church in "Macdenny. corn.field. He stopped at the end!: an accident. ,Damages to, the" : WEATHER"AHEAD

Rev. Cannon also brought the of a row got down off his tractor! other car driven by Berths, Robinson Local P.O. THIRSTY

; : uo mcrnlng message which was very and lighted up a, smoke and re-I was covered by Jenkins' in-

inspiring, emphasizing working .:>n marked, "Did you see my pepper I
He fined $27 and
was
EXTRA CONSTRUCTION FEATURESIN surance.
Substitutes
the building and having a true patch? I had crotalaria there last For
30 with
put on probation for days
ALL BEVIS HOMES foundation. Sister Arata Williams year and those peppers are sure 'isa !
has
sentence 'suspended. Jenkins I The Starke Post Office
led the choir in "Working on the green and growing good." service man and returned from three positions open and applica-

'a '. 5 Treated Sills and Floor Joists Building" which was enjoyed by We walked over Bill Patrick's Orlando,for his trial. I IWillie' tions are now being accepted.Jobs .
all. Rev. Handy Williams also: of farm ,the other day discussing a I -
Double Framing On AU Openings Burl Inman, charged open include that of substitute ,
Macclenny was guest: for the soil conservation farm plan, when ,
S Full 8-Foot Ceilings .with improper passing, and causing clerk,' substitute carrier,
morning and gave some inspiring we came to an old field that was!i i
I .' Solid Pier Blocks an accident, did not appear and substitute delivery messen-
remarks. During the evening Service -not producing. Bill said, "I have for trial but had.paid for damage exami-
ger. An open competitive
I Top Quality'. Paint, Choice of Colors. the guest ministers includedRev. all the crop land I can manage. to the car of. Russell Hornsby. nation for career or temporary

>: Arnold and Rev. Handy Williams I'm going, to plant this area to Inman forfeited.bond of $27. appointments will be held.

father of Margaret DeSue pine seedlings and I won't have to accepted
Applications will be
and Queen Esther Green of work my head off taking care of j Mayor Asks Stores from persons who reside within

No Down PaymentLow Starke. Sis Mae Dean, reporter. them. I will protect the trees from To Be Careful the delivery of the post office or
wildfire and this will produce a -
who are patrons of it. Applications
Monthly Joel Miller ElectedTo good crop of timber" With Their TrashPolice must be received or post
Payments Frank Norman Jr. used-the Dis-
marked on of before July 2.
Student Office
trict's rotocycle mower to controlthe reported to Mayor Jack-
IN STARKE AND VICINITY weeds in his pasture. son at a meeting of the police The beginning basic rate of

CALL OR SEE SMITH DEVOE PHONE 410-J. Jcel H. Miller; son of Mr. arid Don Conner used the mower on force Monday'afternoon that pay is $l.8'peirhour.. Applicants
Mrs W. R Miller of Starke, has j must, havereached.. their eighteenth
540 ADKINS STREET his pastures and also used District's some of the business establishments -
been elected .social chairman of birthday on the closing
fertilizer spreader to put
in town are not properly
WILL SEE YOU AT HOME, ANYTIME the Student Council of the California but ammonium nitrate on his disposing'of trash date for acceptance? or aipplica- 1
tions. This age-limir dow not-ap-
DAY OR NIGHT- Baptist Theological Seminary .pasture laud.Clayton Mayor Jackson asks all business
to vet
ply to persons entitled
at Covina, Calif for the_ 1958- Crawford;used the Disi places to dispose of trash saying
erans'
CALL US COLLECT PALATKA EA. 5-5317 triet's seeder cultipacker to plant "leavis, paper and'other' trash preference.

FOR APPOINTMENT .59 term. Pensacola ,Bahia. Marklee Starling ; constitute a health and fire haz"artt. Necessary forms and further in- stock _
which formation be obtained from up
Council to may
The Student "
I also used the seeder culti-II ." ire'added that he felt sure
the Civil Service Information Representative
t Miller has been elected charts packer to plant ,Pensacola Bahi& the businessmen would cooperatein

Bevis Construction Co. hic.I the social life of the school; Dr. A. J. Barry and Strickland this matter. I at the post-office. Coke N _

finances and oversee the school used, thes eeder cutlipacker toi Another matter brought up at on SIGN OF GOOD TASTE
plant Giant Striata Crotalaria for I this time was parking in front of TOE BIGHT POINT for the
II newspaper and year book and ..._ _.-.OOs4.l aMI T4 eoca-COI.A CCA1 J
>pee
A D. Dobbs used the seeder Hotel. The
# Open Daily 8:00 A3L To 5:00 PJU. also sponsors the program of intercollegiate ray the Magnolia' space In and
write. Come
cultipacker to plant Pensacola In front of 'the hotel is reserved way you se
P tka
; Hal(2MileWest. of"Y" at New Palm Ave. ', sports.' lied P< t -d under authority of The Coco-Cola Company by
Intersection I Baliia:;pasture alsp andjused th_ fOr short-time parking for patrons your favorite ESTERBROOK 5

It I J. Miller Is a graduate of the !fertizlzer spreader". to fertilize his of hotel'and is not to be used STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

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AAJ &&&&.&&&&&&&&&\&&&& better lock, up- Several from North Side en- and Mrs. E. C. Harvey and children. rag, Worship, 11 a. 'm. Ever;ng44Cr5hip Charles A. l>3rbv.

Mrs. A. p. Harley St. I.Law.- eyed Homecoming at Evergren : ." ; '7:' 0"in:: "Trim...- k ClerlT'ofCy the VIrcuirV0fl r t *
L r ; Marian L.. Crosby lJl't>nty Clers Notice is hereby given tha thefajlowing described lands will )be
II tey, Sfciif"last'weefc wjth. her son Sunday; I Friday dinner guests of"Mr. and Union (Sundays) '6:30 p. rn..!Mid- itt &-13...

.ESIDE... and .dau&te'r-feflaw'Mr.; and Mr. Charles Taylor of Sarasota Mrs*'S. C. Harlcy were Mr. 'and ,Veek'"Prayer.1 Meeting. :, Wetlnesfov7:30pjn's '- -. i'1; sold at.public jWJclJoa at.!%. ik.o'q ock i noon oo,.the ?alp!daY oj June
} 1Ii'Mr. AOTICE TO DEFEND
: .
ir gz. < .! : visited with his sister and broth- Mrs. Risdori. of Jacksonville 1 Mr: : : .z I. Circuit Court, Bradford ('o..t.,.. ADy:w 1958,: at they.C!i yHal!tv.ot S dyke <; u llotIgradford.
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anq'Mrs:. ii Russell Carter er-in-law Mr and Mrs, A. R. and Mrs. E. C. Harvey, Mr. and NOTICE TO DEFEND, Avis Flor C.III n Brown i IB .ChaBrery.i'laintiff., vs. Ueor State. of i 1orida.to! pay tht7 ar>lount due job t. tax e! ht\ t oppolite .
t....' .f.............n ha ; Sunday1'guests her mother, Sapp Sunday afternocn. Mrs. Gerald Suggs and Mrs. A. !. rirr.lt tonrt. Bradford C..t, ge R. Brown. Defendant .' : .. ; .,
MrsfB.Al:: : : shaw' ,:'>and""Mr: and Florida IB Chaarrrr.. Case; .Ko. 12-547 to the., ame tpl th.$.ld l th iLjlj ta.ol t tntch_6atr 1d Advertising
H. Sr. of .. r
1WAhadaomewonderful eryics Harley Lawtey. Plaintiff '
: Happy to know that Mr. M. L. Annie Gnetha Taylor;: vs. Notice T. Appear; '>'

during,our revival, last week. E.Q Miss pet!/'iris:KjIuroupis and children McDaniel is able to be up. Hope: Our Brotherhood president S. .Robert Taylor Defendant"'. :' To: George R. Brown, whose> residence -'_.. 'i'-A Ig tl"th.t w.l'i:..! vC It. ; of Jacksonville.MrsrMaude "Case co. .12-552 and address is: lUalH Samoa
limey 0 to: Jacksonville1 was, he will soon be back in service C. Harley urges all men to be !lode, To,Appeart Avenue. Tujunga California.You LDe..ulpt1ea 8. T. X. AtfM Owae1 TUIII
'Wainwright ;
the @eak 'r. /: 4iQuCs I ; 'spent with us. present Friday night for meeting. To: Robert Taylor, 'whose residence are hereby n' lifted that ahasbeen :',
\L'" .:- E everai days last w ek with her is: Vidalia Gal: and whose _ittt-' fop' djvni'fA V' Lot. of.BLK. In ,
?!ular'! monthly nosiness mother ".'Mrs: 'Susan of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lanier of The Black Creek AssoCiationhas address 'Is! "h/o George., Matnu filed against you'in the CreFi J\ A2tea SIP. 71S. !1n.,... Thomii_.'i.'I1inhn: 'SU!
meetingwas: postponed- until) neatwedn4sdgy .. -J 'Sapp School meptin Farm. State Road to ..Lyons'Vldaliak : above named Court and cause and NITS Ft. nf.S&U: !: tt! a, ... .. .
: : Ga1k 'villa:,' Perry visited their children and a Sunday ; Ga. you are required to serve copy 01 -NW' EioAb vt ,
'night; 'Our pastor; air;= : 'and *Mrs. Bland Matthews attended services with us Sun June 19, at 7:30: p., m. at High You are hereby notlffed that a your answer or pleading to the com,:, lOA '.on' pCovlngtofl: d'9 II. "p" _
Gll 1Q) t'Stfg l l Mftti! # aV to attend': suit for divorce plaint on the Plaintiffs & :Law-
1J1.n Daughter day. Also visiting with us Sun lands. Let's all plan A.. Carlton, 40.
and Bobbi Sue xof Jack- ; Attorney Mabry ''
has been filed agaipst you in the srn LEX. N R6L
Aver-Cllltltl faj'lBr; !< fort-fey. sonynIetPen thee kend with day was David Browning of Jack especially teachers and officers. above named Court and' cause and Law Exrhange tfuilding. JacKsonville & EX. .IA ..iD'! W'hCor"

AT fa a fpuh) : \fltion' for our Sunday sonville.: Services cf the week Sunday you required'to serve a copy Z, Florida ,_ : ..-. 21 ( 22 J l Annte Murray ISJ
her4 mbther 'Mrs Sarah" are; office f
i : :: Alvarez.\ I of :your' answer or pleading''to the and file the original in the o Lots 8.:1: \ I OJ' BIksDIn
School 1 +f<)Xjns }ook :c(.:I'opetit 'krt.'"Evelyn Norman visited Mr. and Mrs. John Benny Sapp School at 10 a. m.. Morning. complaint on the Plalnt'lff'"Attor the Clerk of the Circuit Court on. or Sunny Acres .

Von't'le'finished.:'tonr-.beforc.'< '" thpQ. gate.. j' Mr t,.'bati''Wilkie'yof.':Hendersonville spent the weekend with their parents Worship, 11,/'a. m.. Evening. ]word ney Ma Alan Title C.Baildin Winters., Jacksonville; Jr., 3l' Flor Z, before 23 day the of June, 1958: .. Lot 4 of gilt, 8lif a f n Ubfe HiEd' 33

Vi'Sfl*. ; N C '1.l1-st week'to! Jackson- Mr and Mrs. Carl Sapp anMr. 'hip, 8 p. m.. Wednesday, Prayer Florida and file the:original .in the otherwise the allegations: of salt Sunny Acres ">"' Boberi..Dep" l.TJ
cl.ft..aDl-1f1s. Reese slott hiJ rtfee- *_' --i.- W.. .., Meeting 8 p. m. and Friday, office pf the Clerk 'of the 'Ircult complaint will 'be, taken as confessed Lots. 7, S, 9.'lt i of ,
and Mrs. Dodd. Court tin or before.the .23 'day of by you. Blk: r 1 iil.-'Sunny4:
a visitor Saturday night while Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Masseyof Brotherhood, 7:30i: : We' will be .Tune,' 1958; otherwise, the allegations This notice shall be published Acre 'S/llv... t4fled l b'nea 1.17
Douglas Brown celebrated his i of said Jomplalnt.wl11; be once each week ft r four consecutive NB' bl.ciI
they A m'
were at lookin fer' at appointed
church the :
who emptied Naples are spending this week you fatten I as-confessed b "you. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
: .? !. a 12A tract cf land
their fourth ; ''
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deep freeze. The birthday anniversary this; timer: Gerald Suggs, pastor '.
freezer with relatives and friends. This notice shall be published Dated this 16 day of May UilS frrmerly owned by .
contained about onre each week for four ronsprlltl.pwf'eks P. C. Gooiiwine InN
$100 past Monday.
worth of OFFICIAL SEAL)
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. had (
Sapp .
IIEILBRONN MISSIONARY in the Bradford County Tel % of NfiU) : of
meat This is the second breakwithin =to a supper guests"Priday'night E Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez: BAPTIST CHURCH .egraph. Charles. Clerk A. Darby of the Circuit Court Sws! lying N of

!a. week. so when you leave C. Harvey' and Gerald Dated 'this :20 day of May, 19i a. By Marian L. Crosby In"t (" A':4I Mack Lot Minnie Sanders. 1.59
i_ .. Suggs.'' had as Sunday dinner guests, Mr., Sunday Scho '. 10 a. m. Moral (OFFICIAL SEAL) 5-%% 4t 16x13I SW i of BLK 6 S

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S'of R' 4 W 'E ': ,
of W line! of NE:'4. :' : : ,
gryI rf SW>4 Temples ';, .:.J.

I v 'faf oi&btcn Church this weekmillimiccri Com.SID SB .Cor. of, 'W%I'' 21, I 22' 6 Rutu'. Rfcsb. ; ; 1.1'

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L Ft. s 116% Ft.; j.

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Lot 3 of BLK %0.in .
s +r, N Reno SID ,1'f.*L-Williams, 1.77
Lots B. 7 of BLK 20 .

in N Reno HiD Willie, ., Mae .Powell 2.55
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L Lot Ii"22 of BLK 1

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Gahagan SID i
Ex. R/W. Aaron lloUey %,%7
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Lots I, 9. 10 of BLK ". .-
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l't'. M 1 1r 19.-23 of BLK ?
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of Gahagan''SID.' tamp Cohen 3.S3.
Lot 10 of BLK 3 .in '

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THE GEM JEWELRY Let 19 of BLK 3 to ;
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At W 259 Ft .To POB 22 I 22 Unrue Tyson et al 1.14

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'OF' STARKE of: NEU of SEVi
of NB'4 2S e 23
Lot 6 & 7 of BLK .1' Jot E. Thomas 4.59
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-,- COMPANY.' SID EX SLY U' .. .,
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WESTERN, AUTO Lots I, 3 of BLK 16 1 : w.. ?;.'If.rshaU 816
EX W 25 Ft &
EX N 35 Ft. of
SMITTY'SBARBER ASSOCIATE STOREJ. Lot fin. Orig.. '". "
Town of Starke .
RHcJr .' n.,,
Cart
F. ,Jaudon 1Lot20Ft.N&8 ..".. .. .- '
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SHOP Daddy Is Mr. Fixit NE Cor. of Lot : "

S of BLK 18 In .('

Smitty Smith "Daddy Is 3Ir. Fixit at our bau!> Wien the kitchen sink gets stopped up 'or the faucets start Orig.Starke Town .of + .,

leaking, Daddy fixes them. He fixes! my bike, my fishing reel and even shoes and he fixes F. C.' HolIiiiKS worth 26.61
my my EST.Leon:: .
GIB E 30 Ft. of Lots 2. 4
little sister's.doll many times. 'When we hurt ourselves he is! our frst! aid doctor and he can fix a BROWN'SSERVICE of Blk. 22 !In Grip. :. ,- I t
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bandage so it won't hurt a bit. If we fail out with our playmates, he fixes that too.. lie J Town of Starke .
just talks picandl 40J3
I .Lots I &: :2 of BLK 7 .
\ W. L. THIGPEN and pretty won we are too ashamed to quarrel. % STATION EX In L R/W T & COS SID. 'I'

E 3S I"t." .of Lot 3 of Mack .Lana 6.14
Daddy say the Church, where we all go b his 'fixit shop'. He says the songs, prayers and : BLK 15 In L T & -.1., '
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BUILDER sermons he hears there often prove to be just the right wrench he needs to fix COS 2S&i .
something, especially ULKS i) : Of Enoch TysejnUnknown 12.32::
If.it'sra) heart that needs mending. He says if many people who don't 'attend church Yould Lot 26 in L T &: .

Phone 297-J shop around and find a church they like and then give it a good trial they'd find that.a lot of the FRED'SMARINE I Lot CO'S 2 &S/D.E 2 Ft. of 6.14

things that ordinarily have to be fixed: won't gpt broke In the first place" Lot :3: of BLK 36 .
r in L. T. &: COS SID '
CENTERFred Lots 3, 4 of BLK .40 Wie! Cain, 9.63
In L. T. & COS SID Liiiy.ft i
: Lcnnia: 4.S9
'HARDY BROTHERS' CrandonBROWNLEE Lois 2 ('It' Blk:;; 48 in Jackson. lilcka.Salll'e
In L'T & COS SID -
Lots 3. & S9 of Lot fJoe' >'illiama S.C4'Ffojd
4 of BLK 14 in L '

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MOTOR CO. JOHN A. ELK 4, In' TemplesAdd. Creen 2168
TORODE Ex. Lots f..2

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'of.Lot 8 & :
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t".E. & CHASTEEN 11'56asfL of Eunice I Annie J.Jj
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Lot 9 of BLK ,19

\ DISTRIBUTOR FOR .. Temples Add.:- ., ..J. A. '
Your Checher'boarciDaeler; .. ; I. .Bell17.45,
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j Thence $0 Ft.'B -
FIRESTONE INSURANCE 150 Ft N 60 Ft!.. .'
.', INSECTICIDES hOSPITAL. W;, 150 ft to s'POB Zt.I. 22 L3L': Ga\11n '_ 15..',
.Lou 4:* 7"of BLk -

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BUlLINGTON'S ., 4 of.BLK 12 ,In SeymonneColletta 2.S'
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.FOR KEROSENE. OR FUEL -'. OIL T' B. T. THOMAS LUMBER Lots of NE 5 thru.4 of 1(NWJ4 ofBLK 21 t 22 I Aucilwr.., :.r, (feriffla. '' 7,/a
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STUDIO & GIFT SHOP \ 4 of E. W ?
Hares SID 4 W% (-
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COMPANY I E H of. Magnolia .
St adj. Ex R/W Sick &s D I.',
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MADISON& CHERRY STREETS '._ A E"FLORIDA'l .. SW4of NEK & ... .... i ft
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Com. ',
at NE Cor. of S "
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run S 'SO*. W it*'. .
GROCERY & MARKET COMPANYOF For POB Cont.. W .

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NWy of SEU '
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r 315 Ft for POB; .. ..
W 54 Ft. S '. 105 '
Go To Church Ft E 39! Ft to W
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F.\GE"rGnT'_ .' BKAUfUKU IXIIJMl itLxuiw' IH.lUnl' ra""UUH THURSDAY.; JUNE 3, 1938

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I II I Daniels Revival I z--_ __ I Witness HeldIn / -_--

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F .' v, : ', %: f 1_ I Starts SundayContinued ContemptBy __

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5tOlj.l! _ Judge YawnJames 1
hiist and tel's' a complete

ich .. .-* I-- _
night a -it a differ: Jtse
4 j E. Rosier, Jr. was heldI '* _
)f his life and ministry. The ES
I I in ccntempt:: of court and fined fl4
m-'Vs are :among tne most dramatc -
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; ( 4J4 $25 by County Judge T, A. Yawn
ever presented on this sub.Ject : ?
) Tuesday: morning. : J
1 : -
The petit jury had been im t
A special boys and girls service & I )
panelled for the trial of Wailen
: will be conducted at 7:15 each .
: charged with, assault. Rosier
Ai light: with a free rirrlane ride of- Ei: Sfpp ,

: fered as an award for those attending : : the complaining witness, had .
taken the stand when *
Judge
all services of the revival. .U ; '
I Yawn noticed him acting strange- .
o..tH"I! viii be g ven on the open
I' I ''v. When asked if he had been
TP night. 1 1I

I I Nursery facilities are being set drinking, Rosier replied that he kwM*

''liD across! the street: in the Airpark __ had. i _

Baptist Church and an efticienl Following the incident, the

I I staff wll: be in charge of the I II I ) Judge excused the jury and continued New Legion Officers Sworn In

'different are groups. the case to the next term.

I cui. houon ccmmenaed:: : the 30 In attendance at the II The only trial was held Tuesday -
stressing Reaves Gainesville Andrews new District Commander of the American Legion,
Scouts Receive II H. A public Guy
I I boys for doing a gcod job and revivals. Rev. Lewis Haines. pastor I when Aaron O'Neal was found
to Dr. MarcoHeads accountant and International I is pictured above swearing: in officers of Post 56 at installation rere-
living up everything required of the First Baptist Church guilty of driving while intoxi-
Counselor for the Lions, was :in monies in the Legion hall last week. From left tp right are: Joe
of good Scouts. said on ''behalf of all the ministers: cated and fined' $200 or 60 days.
New Charter I The Scouting representative "This revival'Is for all people ofill charge of installation. Mr. Reaves Out of a scheduled 18 cases Gray, Adjutant: II. A. Bishop Jr., 2nd Vfce Commander; Seeber Good
District Governor in 1949-50.
also cited the Rotarians fcr the churches and also those of no Starke LionsDr. was, four were continued, a request of man, 1st Vice Commander: and H. II. Rabb Jr., Post Commander.
Also at the meeting, Mr. Colson
wonderful job they have done and church affiliation. We want every presented an award for being nolle prcsque by Prosecuting Attorney .
was
Starke Boy Scout Troop 70 was pointed to the new anchor fence person in the area to mace this I Mack Putch was granted
S. R. Marco [center] Starke the best secretary in the zone. The Three Enter Jaycees Elect
presented its charter last Thurs- installed, around the grounds as his revival. We believe everyonewill in two bonds were forfeited in I 1

day night at the Scout hut for an example of the good care the enjoy the type of singing and Optometrist, was installed as club received recognition as the eight due to the failure of wit- Guilty PleasIn Slate Of OfficersJohnny
president of the Lions Interna- best Lions Club in the zone and
the twentieth consecutive year club is taking of the S troop. nreaching we will have. Come I nesses to appear; one was dismissed I
tional local club at their regular also a placque and cup for the CourtEach
under the sponsorship of the local The Colonel had praise for the once and we 'believe you will come and one tried. Two charges Mayor's I Kopelousos was elected
last best attendance in the entire
Rotary Club.NeighbOrhoOd. parent organization in keepingthe again and again.." meeting Thursday night. C. district. against Jchn Richardson of reckless of the three defendants I president of the local Jaycees at
Jr. (left installed
W. Colson was
Counselor Col. listed
Committee'chairmen not luncheon meeting
and their weekly
driving unlawful speed
troop gcing for so long a time, Court Tuesday
in Mayor's -
appearing
as secretary of the club as wellas Wives of the members were also
Paul N. Horton of Gainesville above follows: Prayer Kev. last Thursday at the Garden
emphasizing the 20-year stickeron are as did not get to trial as he changedhis of i
made the presentation to the Rc- the charter. Merle Packham; Personal work, cabinet secretary'ef this dIstrict present at the meeting held ini plea to guilty and was ,fined afternoon pleaded guilty ': Restaurant.

tary's I institutional Faile Rev. 351.Funeral. i the liens Den.Rotarians the violations charged against I' Other officers included G. J.
representative. Rev. Marvin ; Prospects a total of $42 or 10 days. I :
charter presentation is an them.
Harry Rabb, who inturn, presented The ,. Orval Brookins; Housing and urymen serving for the O'Neal McGiiff, Jr., vice presdent; Sam

it to Scoutmaster David Mont- annual event given to those troops Parking. Rev. Lacy Conway; Ushers Monday SeeDemonstration tttol were: Michael Barry, O. .C. Linwood Cuffee, Negro, was I,I 1 Zack secretary and treasurer;

gomery who accepted it for the who continue to upheld the creedof B. T. Thomas; Music. L. H. Kelly, James Donnelly Eldon fired $102 on a charge of driving : and Jack Hodge, state director.

troop. the Boy Scouts of America. i Outlaw; Hospitality, A Russell For W. N. North, Of Sapp W. H. Hicks, and Delbert while intoxicated of no and driver's$27 on lic the Ben Davis of Madison, vice
HypnosisAn charge having
I Norman; Transportation, Rev. L. Green. president of the 2nd district spoketo

Adult :Education Funeral SundayFor ''L. Parker; Nursery Mrs. Sarah Prison EducatorWilliam interesting demonstration of Other called jurors included: J. ense.Docketed the newly organized group.

Lawson; Finance, W. H. Williams; l hypnosis was given at the Rotary A. Williams Berry Dyal, Jr., on a charge of driving I All young businessmen interested -

Program To Offer Q. J. Dobbs Follow-up, Rev. James Temple. N. North, who estab- Club Wednesday by Dr. J. E. Denmark Marklee S. Norman Seeber Wes- while drinking, Carl G. Parrishwas I in joining the Jaycees are invited

'Science CourseThe In Rutledge Ga. lished the first educational rehabilitation Starke dentist. ley Moody, Kenneth C. Grider, fined $102 or 20 days. to attend the next luncheon

Final Rites HeldIn I I program in the Flori- Ass.sted: by Miss Barbara Spen Milton Daniel Carter, John H. Pleading guilty to disorderly meeting held Thursday at 12:30:

Bradford County Adult Quillian James Dobbs, 56, of da prison system, died suddenly cer as "a patient," Dr. Denmark Powell, ..eon Edward Sauls, O. conduct, Clyde Manning was put in the Pecan Room of ,the Garden -
Ohio Chanel following a heart attack Satur- showed how who will on probation for 90 days.
Education Program will offer a Starke died in a Starke hospital any person R. Alvarez, and Troy L. Dukes. Restaurant. -
) SmuckerVernon day, May 3L Funeral services cooperate and who has learned Four defendants failed to appear -
Wednesday May 28, following an For Vernon
series of science classes in which were held Monday in the DeWittC. J and forfeited Bond on five I
illness of several weeks' hew to relax, can be placed in High School Bond

the fundamental natural sciencesof Mr. Dobbs was born in Morgan Smucker, 68, of Starke, Jones Chapel. I' varying stages of hypnosis. When Age charges. Eleanor Gasset, booked : Hearing

biology [botany and zoology 1, County Ga. December 6. 19C1 to died in a local hospital Saturday,I Mr, North joined the prison properly hypnotized, the patient on reckless driving and leaving:

physics and chemistry will be the late Thomas B. and Lou Cols afternoon after a brief illness. He I system in 1936. He was elevated can undergo light surgery without To Be IncludedIn the scene of an accident, had paid I A hearing will be held at the

was born in Garden City, Mo., to director of education 15 years I pain or any discomforting aftereffects bond of $37 on eacn count. Bradford County Courthouse at
I
ton Dobbs.
taught during the. eveningor
class session same of Feb. 16, 1890 his parents being ago when the state embarked on t Dr. Denmark said. Adult Classes Charlie Clark, on the docket 10 a. m. June 14 on the petition

sound-films by means A member of the Baptist I the late Chris and Elizabeth Zoder an educational rehabilitation pro- The dentist reviewed the history with a case against filmstrips, discus- Church, he was a veteran and grain for convicts. of hypnotism and said that it had bonds. This is in compliance with
and
Smucker.For i an accident -
I The Bradford Adult driving causing
sions and | County
,
experiments. had been a: civilian employee of I Death came suddenly while Mr. been used to some extent by the law and is for the purpose pf
many years Mr. Smuckerwas Education Program will be extended also failed to appear and
Many ,adult students have not the government for over 20-years. I North was on a pleasure trip to j physicians since earliest times. He allowing any objections to the
employed as an inspector to include high school forfeited his bond.
had the opportunity to take Surviving is one daughter and HarvesterCo. Jacksonville. He was a residentof said that some people are reluctant $102 validiation to be heard by the
International
with the students who wish to
courses in all of the areas coveredby I the State Farm. A member of i to try it because they do not improve For leaving the scene of an accident I circuit court.LIVE .
Elbert Dobbs of Atlanta World
of
one scn: He was a veteran their knowledge in the basic sub-
the high school offerings. The the Baptist Church and a Mason., understand the theory and application Hamilton E. Crawford had
Ga.; thiee brothers, Clarence :War I, a member of the Methodist ject areas of English, mathematics -J I
teaching will attempt
new technique memberof He was born in Homerville, Ga., i of hypndtism.I posted bond of $27 which was for- BAIT BOATS
to "scatter-shot" all of the Dolbs: of Stone Mountain, Ga., Church, and a 35-year science, and history dur-
31 1900. He was a
the American Legion. on August ing the months of June and July, feited by non-appearance. Bobby I I ... COTTAGES..
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basic sciences .sumultaneously.The I C. W. Dobbs of Social Circle, Ga., graduate cf South Georgia Teachers First Graders
accelerated science pro-' and S. L. Dobbs of Atlanta; three Surviving are his ,wife, Mrs. College in Douglas and had I according to L. H. Gibson, Adult Eugene Bonnett's $27 bond was I I RUTLEDGE'S'I

Crystal Johnson Smucker of Education Director. Priority will forfeited when he fail a to appear -
sisters Mrs., W. L. Gilbert of Mi- ,
,
gram will be" offered during Jun! taught in Florida public schools 1 Mi. South of
Elden Will KeystoneOn
Starke; one daughter, Mrs. Register be given to those ,students who
of
con, Ga., Mrs.,,Thelma ,Davis before joining the prison system. i on a charge of reckless 'I
and, July. on Tuesday evenings at! Ga. and Mrs. Mattie Mathews, Starke; a brother, failed courses: during ,the regular I Route 100
Newborn ,
I his wife Florence driving.
Johnson of Hubbard, Ore. Surviving are school term. All students must beat
the USO Building [southeast,I Clubb of ,Social Circle, Ga. Elmer ; North and William N. Here 'FridayRegistration
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a son
Anna Frazier least 16 y'ars old. .
two sisters Mrs.
wing] from 1''l'p, m, until 10 p. Funeral services held in : of the State
were North Jr. both

m.C;,Hobbs under and the L.direction H. Gibson.of James The I I the Sewell Baptist church at Rut- Hubbard and'Mrs., Elizabeth Ore.; and Yoder one also grand-of Farm Gainesville; a ,stepson.: three H.brothers.G: Davis L. of J.I t ing the first grade for at pupils Starke enter-Elementary or Students more courses may,,elect Classes to will take meet one Sell ft Rent ft Trade

tledge Ga. last Sunday .afternoon, child., I School next year will be from 7 p. m. to 10 p. m. once
new class has ,
housewife's"i interest:not overlooked the and interment followed in the The body was sent to West North of Longwood Fla., P. A. i I held Friday, June fi,from 9:av m.j weekly.. Registration fees are $2
in
her
many ', North cf Tampa and John North,"until '3 p. m. at the"elem nt 'y 'Text books ,will be TELEGRAPH
home gadgets. At least"one topicof family -plot in Sewell cemTj. Liberty Ohio, ',where'funeral services of StocktonOa.; two sisters, Mrs. I per' course. WITH A CLASSIFIED
afternoon srhool cffice Principal P. T. No- awardei
were,held Wednesday furnished. No credits are
each class will -include : Funreal Home
some; DeWitt C. Jones Lawson Touchton of Lutz, and
lin announced this week. .
& althcugh tests will in-
in the Hostetter. Troyer scores on
thing of interest the house' of Starke had charge of arrange-
Mrs. Ben Cowart of Ga.
Stockton
and grounds.' : Lynn Chapel. Burial was in the I To enter the first grade a child dicate the amount of improve- :o WORDS OR LESS One Insertion UIl.I.... Charge) ___ .TS
,
ments. family plot. in Fairview Cemetery I and two grandchildren. is required to be six years old on ment. All classes on the high ECH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 ----. ._ _____ 4e Per War

there. Funeral services' were held Mon i or before Dec. 31, 1958. Every par- I school level will be held at the 20% DI COr\T 0\ REPEAT: 9KRTO\S!! SAME AD

day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the ent must submit the child's"birth I Kf ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS! OR ADS! NOT PAID It ADVANCE.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home | USO Building [southeast wing].
-All/' Types Of Paving DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. certificate at the time of regis :
was in charge of; l local arrangements :i Interested students and parents
: _______ _.
Donald Kokcmoor 'Officiating. I tra ion.'It'the. parents do, not should contact L. H. Gibson at CLASSIFIED DISPLAY! 'I.:% Per lath First Usertioa
Burial was in Crosby Lake Cemetery -j HI.OO PER I\CH FOR S4MB AD ItEPF.iTED ONE OR MQRR TIMES
DRIVEWAYS I have a birth certificate for the the USO Office [59-J1. :

; I I child' they should for one OF THANK (Vp T. M Word.) ____
apply CARDS --------? ---- jj-W
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. PARKING LOTS Funeral Friday Pallbearers were J. H. foncrief'l I now and get it to the school office Rites OVER SO WORMS n .--u 4 (eut. Per Ward
FridayFor
QUOTATIONS: GLADLY FURNISHED FREE I For Jos. C. Ricks II. F. Tyus J. P. by Sept. 1,- NoUn said. MCUOHI4LS AND RESOLUTIONS ----_______ 4 Cu.. Per Wr
McLendon, Joe Wallace and Milo i I Every child registering should T. B. Hefferon,

: Call 1707 Lake City ccident Victim Siegler. complete all immunizations for Retired Electrician -- .

Funeral services were held last Traffic Charges communicable diseases during the HI'1I0)lF. NOW FUn fence SALE posts.-4 Penta miles process Aortft; on treated:301.(

Lake City Paving Company Inc Friday afternoon at 22 o'clock for summer, including booster shots, Thomas B. Hefferon, 55, died \\'. hate .a 3 bed room CB house, Green & tiakken Post Co. ucng

Joseph Churchville Ricks, 36, who Lead The Docket and during August every begIn- last Tuesday afternoon followinga p."tr.*1.0Ott.Oi downs..', clip$17.32 utilities.aa priced the bal at WE HAVE
loan
a new for
program
was accidentally electrocuted In County Court ning pupil should have a thorough lengthy' illness. ance. You caa'l go wr .g o. thto farmers. Loans of 1 to B years

Route 3. Box 114 Lake City Fla. while /working at KingsTey Lake, physical examination, the princi- Mr. Hefferon was born in New one for the entire credit requirements
of the farmer and his
Wednesday, May 2/$. Charges of following too closely pal said.Lawtey. York City October 4, 1902 to the A nice email frame home la City IIr. Galo 8vll1e Production Credit lam

Mr. Ricks born Starkeon crept into the limelight of County late Patrick Francis and Mary nlth raodrra routrnlrm-m, patedutreeU O.OO. As.*elation, 520 ;"rth MauI."
was in NineSchedules rlo"e In. Price 'J.1 Gal esville,
Share the Profits in Stark I Fla. rche
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Jan. 20, 1922, the son of JamesD. Judge T. A. Yawn's docket last 3allagher Hefferon.He .

and Ada Carter Ricks. He wasa week. Five persons were charged ; Game was a member of the Catholic Lake Other properties bargain larlude nurburban Kingaley hornet, 4 RADIO REPAIRED .

I I carpenter. a veteran of World with this violation: Ishmon Johnson With PalatkaThe church, a veteran of World poultry farm, acreage, .. 1'.111.. U *.Charges*. All-tf cRADIO dla.......tH4iEPIURO.S

.' Radus Cull William Devel i War II and retired electrician. &
a
.
War II, and a member of the We are at four sierice. day aid ./ TV

I,, Kingsley Lake baptist: Church. StrIckland 'Fred Stroman Jen- new Lawtey Baseball team Surviving are his wife, Frances Bight. ('all..* let u" hew you 22<, W'Ia..a Call St.Greea. Owner Phone SM

Besides his parents he is sur- nings, and Lester Lyle. will play Palatka, Sunday at 2 p. Hale Hefferon of Starke; two what Me hate.FLORIDA .\ 8tarke 11*.

vived by his wife, Alma Todd Running stop signs brought. m. at Lawtey School diamond. No brothers, George J. Hefferon of REALTY CO. FOR .SALE-1 4 in x 11 ft. steel

Ricks; four daughters, Doris, Syl- charges to James Carroll Smith, admission is charged to games but Bronx, N. Y., and James Hefferon Of Starke culvert pipe 11.25 ft. ALSO BuildIng .

via Jo, LdriSa Sue, and Alma Dcnald Franklin Bennett, and donations are accepted.So 'f Racine, Wis. 116 N. Walnut St. TeL 3SJ lots for sale la S nth Gate
Cecil Everett Leach. The Rosary was recited at the Starke Fla. Subdivision. Low down payment..
has clean slate
far Lawtey a ,
Low
Jane, all of Starke; two sons, ;monthly Parents. BILLY
FRIDAY, SATURDAY JUNE 6, 7 Larry Joe and Joseph C. Ricks Speeding, as usual was the with a 4-2 win over j NOTICE want all my old friends Truck
jr., also of Starke; six brothers, leader claiming 15; Daniel Lee June 1, and over Palatka 5-3 in Thursday evening and mass was and customers to Know that 1 have Lines._ ttebg

Ladies' Sleeveless Ladies "JEANIE" Jesse J., James D. and Geor- Willis, Ray Washington, John their first game, May 25.: icld Friday morning from St., my own Road garage across located from at Hercules 710 Alton ONE BEDROOM furnlihed apart-
:
ge W. Ricks, all of Starke; Robert Henry Johnson, Charles James I Mitch Brown has pitched both wards Catholic Church at offices. I'll be glad to see you ments for rent. Pnon 165. W. T.

BLOUSESScoopNecks Shorts Lee, C. E., and Leo A. Ricks,' all Clarke C. W. Banks who was also games', striking out 16 batters in 3tarke with Father J. X. Mona-. again. Ira. W (Shorty) Allen.4tp 8/13 Jackson. _tfchg.

of Orlando; five sisters, Mrs. JOs- charged with having no drivers the Florahome game and 14 lan officiating. Interment fol- GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations -,

by Jeanie Our eph Johnson, Mrs. RUby J. Gnffis, license, Clarence Eugene Powell,' against Palatka. I. -."*ed in Crosby Lake Cemetery., FOR bank SALE-For contracts some balance TV sets due lIke on for 121.95.-double-envelopes Bradford County-Tete-' 108
George Edward John
,Regular Miss Melba L. Ricks, all of btarke; McLaughlin, new, Westinghouse and Kmerson. graPh _tf
Lowell Shadd, Charles C. Stiller, Dahmers Gift Shoppe. tfchg

Our ; 1.98 Mrs.Daisy Dorothy Mae Smith.D. Batfos both of and Waldo.Mrs. Benjamin S. Decosta, Clifford TJie Living ScripturesForging: : hyjack Ijamin FOR SALE-Good quality young Sale.SANTA. Guy FE LAKE Andrews FRONT, Phone LOTS 383 for or

1I Regular / Yarbrough, also charged with Angus Bulls. Beef prices. Doyle **7'w- ttcPg
: + : jI Several Funeral services were held in reckless a Bond of Strength Conner. Starke. phone %!$5. Stchg &/$
driving Johnny Richard
L Announcing the opening .of '
Used
Lake Church
the
Kingsley Baptist
1.98 Styles Kurlin, Jr., Claude McCellon a IHfi FOR RENT-Furnished first floor building Supplies. U .lumber Of
4t' )< with Rev. Donald Willis officiat i iI apartments. Attractive ana redec- all types windwws, doors;plumbing,
in the church Hardin Dudley Price Hardy and orated. All conveniences. W. H.ollman. Ufced tin roofing. Used Cyprepc
Interment was
ing. Roger Sprague Gilmore.In :\ ltchg benches, ideal for any outdoor use,
for $ cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones $1.00 per ft.. I to 12 ft. long. Phone
$ 2 $3 all, there 35
2for$3 Funeral Home in charge of ar were charges LOCHLOOSA LAKE FRONT LOTS 165 W. T. Jackson Transfer, c/o
Central Truck
brought Lines
against
t rangements. 33 persons including for Sale. J. I.. or Guy Andrews. tfchg

Percy L. Benton alias Phone 239-R or 319W. ttchg FOR SALE- -.3 bedroom house. f5Utf

FINEST QUALITY Boys' Short Sleeve Larry Benton charged with withholding down. Must sacrifice Phone 533-L.
or see on Her 4 paies $. Road IOU,
Rites Wednesdav support, James Rex!ordHalso Blue house. '
NEW HOMES FOR !STARKE! tfcfigWANTED
Strapless ct. charged with reckless drivIng -i
.
S., For Mrs. ConnellIn Willie Perry and Leslie Desue. We BOW hate plaa and cpeelfleatia ,Dependable colored
"BRAS"By .* far new 3 bed room k.Bi.. household help. Apply 2t2 W Madison -
Jones ChapelMrs. charged with having no drivers fA\ with 1 aid 1 1-: hathm rarportu, St:: _. tithe 6J12
VI license. tile and hardwood floor Come la

"Soperform"Our Dorothy Mace Connell 57, Improper passing brought and wake your election now. artmpnt.FOR RE All Purniihed electrical kitchen.garage All'qj a-

Regular 1.98 wife of Ted R. Connell, operatorof charges against Joseph Herbert FLORIDA REALTY CO. Vime at Kingsley Lake. :Mrs. J. M.,
a'- Mitihe-ll, 305 W, Madison St phl"ne4J
I the Whispering' Pines Motel in Crosby, Doyle Minster Lucile OF STARKE Itchg.
SPECIAL Renick Brown, Joe Pope Crawley,I 11. N. Walnnt !St.! TeL 383Starkt
Starke, died at her home here RGiI4
FI.rldaLOST ,
Jr. Charles FOR RENT-Furnished cottage. Nioe
E. Beckle, and Robert '
Tuesday afternoon following an 'or couple. Redecorated inside. (14
4 1.00'--1 Clifton McAndrews. Lake St. Mrs. A. F. Saute (33* Me-
i ,
OX STARKE Elementary
illness of several months. Sfahnn St phone ISS-W_'trf'hli\'
playground small round gold locket -

SPORT SHIRTS Mrs. Connell was born in Amoy, Thieves Enter '., I one on side gold small chain.diamond Initials on GUO other.A on. WANTS Maid work full or part

Blue Bell & Tom SawyerSTORES China on Nov. 21, 1900. She wasa Another Home keepsake. Phone Starke :35. Zip St.time.('It Gertrude v. Carter. 901 Florida._ Itfr

t WE. GIVESHOPPORTUNITY member of the Church of Eng!: ,
At Church Time WANTED-Housekeeper. room and WOULD LIKE-to buy cabin at Salt'
-' board and small salary. Apply Van Springs :Must be reasonable. W. T,;
PROFIT-SHARING land.Besides her husband.,she is survived Thieves entered the home of p_ Patel. !Sit N. Temple Ave Itrhp Markham phone Franklin IIICI.r.lnp .
COUPONS Mr. and,Mrs. Reese I < Scott
by one sister, Mrs. Edith of high 'r FOR REXT=-Two bedroom completely -
way 16 near Heilbronn :Saturday furnished house. Newly decorated. OR SINGLE w''man to
MacKenzie of Reno, Nevada. night while the family was in Adults or with infant child. Inquire live in for motel work. Apply Uiwler1nt -
,Funeral services were held in the church. 733 N. Thompson St. 2tp ;12 -nnt \ .'\ I,4.I1POR ,=,

DeWitt_ C... Jones Chapel Wednesday Entry was made through the .. .. NOW OPEN: Thomas Garage SALE Ifv eoulty .MA) In .11vatnt
WeMtaB Shop across from Starke '-P E'E'w afternoon at :5 o'clock with tack door and the freezer was Motor Parts on Washington St. Giveus Q"Mlv\.In" Inquire Faulkner's Sr.44A -

Rev. S. E. Sparks officiating. Allowing ransacked ,of about $100 worth at a. trial Portable welder for work own VtSI1T. ito

: fl III :111 E. Call St. services the body was"ere. meat. Also, a pop-up toaster, was WI WATCH YS.TAND FAST IN THE FAITH-BE 5TKOWS .J4E'J61I er.outside cf shop.-Dkok r Thomas. Itrtig

taken. A child's wagon was used FOR RENT-Flv. t'nt'm fuml"WhOfUfh
mated. The family requested: to haul the loot from the house to FOR SALE-Used Automatic Wash- "" ..Kslv.Lake f.- J"'If'
by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church
Sponsored .
ing Machine. Good condition $40.Pbone 4 en July 17th. Phone 4U-T )'....
that flowers be om1tted. _
a car. ,
ltchg
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SECTION TWO : / '. .. ".
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ready been approved by his committee -' Jacksonville visited the Lloyd
Housing Loans and are being processedfor BBS Letters + + -r Woods and W. E. Bigham Jr.

For .Farm Families loans which bear four per family over the weekend.Les .

Encouraged cent interest on the unpaid balance j. Hardee Jr., Mr. and Mrs.

and may be repaid over a Are AwardedAt Lloyd Wood and son Craig. Dickie i PEbbEkSC

More farm construction with period up to 33 years. Construct- Davis and Mr. and Mrs. W. E.

better homes for farm families, ion work can start after the loanis Bigham Jr. and children were

is the prospect for coming years.i closed.In AssemblyDeserving boating at Lake Butler lake Sun-
addition to financing major
according to Harlan R. Ellis day.Mr.
the loan funds can
1 county supervisor for the Farmers !construction and Mrs. Dewey Stokes and
Home Administration. I I help a farm owner repair and athletes of Bradford son of Jacksonville visited the H.

Recently as an anti-recession modernize buildings such as add- High School received letters in a E. Stokes family for several days
measure the FHA expanded its !ing a bathrcom, improving the special assembly Tuesday. May a last week.,
kitchen, adding an extra bedroom,
.farm housing loan program to ; installing heating insulation and 27th. Also trophies were awardedto Mr,.and Mrs. Dewey Stokes and
the fullest extent possible under the the school for outstanding son, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes.
electrical wiring or painting .
existing laws: set up by Congress.I house and service buildings. athletic events. ti SHr. Buddy Stokes Mrs. Viola. Gil- E
Ellis reports that he has already School trcphies included Keystone lis and Mrs. Mattie Sowells attended -
received more than 35 inquiries I The FHA has $400 million available .Conference track championship Church services in Palatka
from interested people in the nationally which can be P. K. Yonge Invitational ......,.- ,......... ---.- .. --- Saturday and Sunday.

area. I used over the next three years for .. track. Keystone, Conference Captains of Bradford High athletics (left.'to right)) Curtis MeGee, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hayes of
To be eligible for a loan now I farm housing loans. It is esti- Championship football trophy basketball and baseball, Rudolph Hutcheson, co-captain of football,
Chattanooga Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs.
mated that if present farm housing I.
an applicant must own a farm presented by The Florida Times
continues it has in Wilbur Barry, football,,Charles) Osborne and Freddy Stevens co-cap- Fred Wilson and
that is in agricultural productionand activity as Union Keystone Conference foot- son of Ft. Lauderdale i
the past two months, more than I tains for track. Trophy's are (left to right) Keystone Conference Mrs. Edna
must plan to produce at least ball championship conference a- Hayes Mr. and
$400 worth of commodities for $5 million will be channeled into ward and Keystone Conference Track championship, P. K., Yonge Invitational track, Columbia Re- Mrs. O. C. Hayes of Gainesville, I

sale and home use based on, 1944 Florida by the end of 1958. runner-up basketball trophy. lays track trophy awarded. ..to,. .'.that, meets outstanding" athlete, Charles were the dinner guests of Mr. and
prices. Many part-time farmers, Further Information or applications Charles Osborne. track co-cap- Osborne! Keystone: Conference Championship for football presented Mrs. Guy Harrell. I 1 TON UNIT

who were previously ineligible, may be obtained by con- tain, received the Columbia Relays by the Florida Times-Union, Keystone Conference football conference I rcS1 iS*
can now qualify, for loans under tacting the Farmers Home Ad- track trophy which is awarded to award and Keystone conference runner-up basketball trophy. _
the expanded program. ministration Office in the Seagle the outstanding athlete of that
W. R. Conner chairman of the Building Annex Gainesville, Fla. event. Termite Control I Only
Bradford County".FHA Committeesays or by writing Box 494 Gainesville Lettermen were: football: Wil- Jimmy Malone. Basketball: Reason Kirkland, a
several applications have al- Fla. bur Barry, captain Rudolph Jr. Varsity Football and track; Tom Tatum and Terry Futch. FOR DEPENDABLE

; Hutcheson, co-captain. Mike Larry Elder Billy Helsabeck, Baseball and Basketball: Curtis Household
I McGee, Captain Jimmy Hall and A OommerctM 199.95.
Goldwire Larry LeMee Tommy Randy Wilcox Johnny Stephens,
Armond Rivers Pert Control I .
Stallings Randy Johns Terrell
'THIRSTY. Ronald Crawford John Miller, a
Green and Gary Bennett. Girl's Varsity Basketball: Helen Grove
Cecil Leach Don Spraying
Football and track: Bert McGee Neil Phillips Kelly, Charlene Dennis, Suzanne

Charles Osborne, Bob Tac- Widegren, Glenn Harrell, Woody LaMee, Rosine Flakes, Linda Call FR 6 2661

cia, Fred Stephens, co-captain, Strickland.Jr. Gayle Moody Margaret Douglas SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
James Thomas, Henry Hall, and. Varsity track: Robin, Coley Linda Hildebran Ginger Thorn- Florida Pest Control
D. Ritch Green. Marty Crosby. Vernon Parmenter ton, Patsy Nichols. Manager, and
Football and baseball: W. H. Irvin Martin. Henry Bradley Linda Chapman, Manager. & Chemical Co. INMAN D. GREEN, Owner

Johns Bubba LaMee Bennie Williams Charles Helsabeck. Richard Mil- Cheerleaders A. Team: Lavora
Starke Fla.
24 N. W 18th Ave. i I Phone 239 ,
and Calvin Pace.
ler, Butch Elder. Capps, Robby Capps Virginia
Footballbasketball and track: Gainesville, Florida
Darby Mary Agnes' Matthews
Football Managers: Bobby I
EATHER Charles Noegel and Jim Hobbs.Jr. Shannon, and Steve Williams. Penny Hollingswprth, and Barbara I .
> Varsity football: Gene Bates.
Baseball Manager: John Whis-
Weaver Doug Seymour, Harry
? "B" Team Cheerleaders [Junior
nant.
Stallings, Hank'' ''Graham,. John '
Sbare 4Profits In Star
Dodd Frank Williams, Harvey Track: Marion Ccttle, Richard Varsity]5 Betty Wainwright Su- _.I
Duggar Julius Kowatch Tom san Slade Diane Firth Norma
Tanner Mike Reddish Tom
Bell Kay Dennis, Pat Harper.
Smith Donald Teston. T
Smith. Mike Denton, Marion Cot-
tie Richard Duggar Bill Powell, Baseball: Harvey Tanner, and I Basketball and Cheerleader: I I"1 I :

Wesley Moody. Jimmy Hall_and George Patten. Elissa Stefanelli.the t

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e..YYYYYY ..TYYYyyy.yy pital in St. Petersburg Sunday. weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry of Kay Emerson of Bland was

BROOKER Gainesville visited the M. 0. Har- the weekend guest of Linda Sue

rell family Thursday afternoon. Thomas. ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Johns and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis of
AHEAD By Barbara Sue DavisyYyyyyyyYyyYyyyyyyyyyyyy children of Tampa were the week- Starke visited'Mr., and Mrs. I

j1 end guests of Mrs. Verley Johns. Bishop Thomas iday Mrs. L. L. Dyal visited her Thomas returned home with them FRI. SAT. o
"""'- The commencement exercise of
granddaughter little Deborah Sor- for the weekend. '
slockup the Brooker Junior School was rell in the St. Vincent's hospitalin Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Thomas JUNE 6, 7
held May 30. 1958 at. 8:00: in the ....
Jacksonville for several days and children Panama City are ;".t"
-M
school auditorium" last week. visiting Mr.'Thomas' parents the
Jt.KOCH'S Sfeopportunify Days $PECIAL
The theme Garden of Memories.
on Coke! Sandra Fairchild is leaving Tim Thomas for a,few days. ,?" .
The stage was 1 beautifully .decorated -
SIGN OF GOOD TASTE by the Brooker Garden Wednesday to visit her grandmother Mr. and Mrs. Sam _Bleasdaleand
... in Pompano Beach for daughters of Starke visited NATIONALLY :
'.-ehwur r e ee wiww.ra eonew- -eau- Club, .
r f: 7 ,*.: l in the with.center IVY.of and.the pot-plants stage a fountain and- two weeks! Mrs: G: ,W Davis'Monday mom 1 1.10' LIP, STICK 5S CADVERTISED
ftotifod b dir authority of The Coca-Cola Company by with Sandra Fairchild A3c Kenneth, Parrish of TyndalA. ing.Les BRAND
por-
F., B. of, Panama City visited Hardee' Jr.'of.Paris Island.Mr. .
COMPANY traying' a' fortune teller. Servingat
STARKE. COCA-COLA BOTTLING his parents the Lee Parrishes over and Mrs. L.'L. Hardee Sr. ofFRIDAY
the tea cart:Alfred Dukes as a .
butler. Those taking part in the V' I

Share the Profits in Stark program Harrell were: class:: president, Shore the Profits in Sfor k twJ G. W R, OJ ?Gat': (oofoixoNEW tY9 voGU.
Henry Valedictorian Mary
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Jane Bigham Salutatorian. Linda I .
Ann Gainey Class Will. Hazel l .
illL3tJSLili! Jones Class Poet Norma Lee .

Padgett and Class Artist John .
Dale Register.
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Other members of the graduation If'
class werefLoralrie Annette

Dukes Janice Marie Green. Lon-
nie. Tetstone Earnest Eugene Edwards SATURDAY! JUNE 6, 7Girls'

Wayne Philip McNeil,
FRIDAY, SATURDAY JUNE 6, 7
Wesley Kelley and Lenox Kelley. +

SCHICK "25" Superintendent 'H., P. Morgan 1
presented the diplomas with the SWIM SUITS
ELECTRIC SHAVERS L4'' aid of Principal L. H. Futch.

The seventh grade presentedeach
Regular 29.50 member with an autographbook SPECIAL /

and sponsored a receptionand
ONLY dance after the ceremony ]In -
NOW 1950WITH the Brooker community center. 'SKRIPSERT FOUNTAIN PEN

Punch and cake were served v
TRADE the guests by some of the mothers.A .
S I :
One GroupEARRINGS program; of skits and songs Sheaffer use enamel, sQver
LovelyCOSTUME were presented by the Sub-teen and other precious metals to
club of Brooker Tuesday night in create a fountain pen that
the; community center. actually expresses your per
2.50 Values SETS Patty Bigham was master of tonal taste in fine jewelry!
Size 4 to 12

Now only $| .00 20% OFF ceremonies.the program The members,and made organIzed their

costumes. Proceeds from the pro-

gram were donated to the Brooker Little' Girls'SANDALS
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DRESSER SETS Baptist Church to be used !In

their repair program.

Participating in the programwere

I 20% OFFMake : Patty Bigham, Shirley' Tet-
stone Wilma Tetstcne. Regena lady Sheaffer XI P rt
Harrell. Ramona Harrell Nancy "T ulla" barrel patten I

I, C' < Lovely Gifts Green, Sandra Fairchild. and with Jet gripping 4 e o1lction
Karen Mizelle. 1280 ,
Mr. Charles Fisher of Jackson-
TEEN-AGE I.D.'s BULOVA ville is visiting the Ralph Nettles

Reg. 4.95 CLOCK RADIO family this week. n -. A Jut nnacrew tip of your
Mr. and Ralph Nettles and
Mrs
t.. .,: : y Lady Sheaffer pen drop in
children visited Mr. and Mrs. '
aarttidgeof famous
Now only 2.49 49.75 Arthur Vorp In Yankee. Town For Father's Day =' r b a-% Skrip writing fluid and

over the ,weekend., I writ*...imoothly.clearly
d n. z of writing!
Mr. andMrs. Perry Osteen and MEN'SSPORT *C your way

Bulova Transitor Battery RADIOPocket Mrs.visited Caul the Carlyle Edd Polk of family Newberry Fri- ,1f'i rig y I If ,

S
day.Mr. SHIRTSx.98 .!
( Size) :and Mrs.: C. J. Tetstoneand '" ;ci'-{,.., '
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43.50Up children, Gainesville visit- il-/ -, lady Sh.afuXVIPtf'i
ed Mr. and Mrs Edd,Polk Friday : % "Moire"barrel pattern'wttfc
night. ?::98. )t. \ / ', \ Mandarin P.4
band.
53 Pieces Service for Eight Your Lady Sheaffer pen : :* decorative!
Mrs. Marvin'Eo Stokes and Mrs. c L1 te U;in Puree Case fashioned : enpp!Ae MCon.UdySheaffwIIPe. 'USOQ
<
ROGER'S 1847 SILVER PLATEReg. Nell 'Beechman of Edgar visited Wash & Wear Small of harmonizing fab- r; : h
Medium
LargeMen's ric. Matching fabric y ,. *
the Edd Polk family .Saturday. ,
'" pouch bolds reserve car- s'j c Corduroy barrel MU
89.75 NOW ,Mr. Talmadge Polk and sons bridge supply.Gift-boxed. .f with Ivory I gripping
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40.75NOW. Allen and Donald of Trenton were SWIM TRUNKS secboa $1 ioSHEAFFEHS
the dinner guests of the Edd

Polk family Sunday. Y ": .........
W-O-W IAn Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Davis. Mr. I', ,
and Mrs. Alvin Davis of Gaines 1.98 2-98 l' uevuni MODUS noft $10OOfO $110.00

ville and Mrs! Jeff Davis and Mr ..d.rd Wo/.ek.t..Iedo.4".We appkabi. i!s rr j ,

Elgin Products WATCH-% 19.95 and Mrs.attended Basel the Davis Taylor'and reunionat children BOXER AND REVERSIBLEROBBINS' .

the Taylor Methodist Churchin
Baker County Sunday. Prescriptions Called For and Delivered

VrtGEM. Mr. and Mrs: W. A.Davis and<

JEWELRY children spent the weekend at Free Track Delivery Service
Salt Springs. ,*
Starke's Leading; Jeweler Mrs. Guy 'Harrell.Mr.. M. O KOCH DRUG STORE I ,
Phone 53
Harrell and son William visited The Store Of Values 1 1 1r
109 E. Call St.
Mr. Han-ell's sister, Mrs. H., P
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Mark's .Uatic, 'services, 7:30 p. m. I Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel Underhill. -
I Methodist Church Press)'te ian Church S t. EpiscopalRev. .
Mu r t M Wednesday Prayer Meeting come. Mrs. Paul Faulkner and chil

I Sunday 9:45: a. m._Church Sunday Church School, 9:45: Raymond .
I School for all ages. 11 'a. m. a. m. Morning Worship, "Our Sunday Services-9:45: am., AIR PAKE BAPTIST CHURCH of Mr.- and Mrs. E. C. Lewis.
g CHURCH NEWS Morning Worship. Rev. Frank Debt to' Paul" 11 -a. m. Western Church School; 11:00 aon, MornIng NORTH SIDE Sunday School 9:45- a. m.; Morn- Mr. and Mrs. Garland O'Steen
Prayer and Sermon. BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Jacksonville visited
M. Gracey'of Penney Farms will I District Men of the Church Rally, and'son of
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Union 6:45: m. Evening Wor '
fill the,pulpit. He is a niembeiZ: Cftace: Presbyterian Church Gain Holy Communion-?irst Sunday p. here{ Saturday.
n. 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, Worship, 11 a. m. Training ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer
Jfew" York 3 Pioneer
> and
It the. Conference esville. p.m. Youth Dinner guests of 'Mr. and Mrs.
.. Union 6:30: m. Evening Worship.7:30 7:30
p. Service Wednesday m.
7:30 a.m.Wednesday7:00 p.
... .n now a afeutEnt': Penney Farms.- Fellowship, $ p. m. Union Evening ., Edward Norman Sunday'were
-' Choir ; m. Prayer Meeting
p. welcome.
The morning service is broadcast .Worship Service, :First Metho4is9burch. > p.m. Everyone Mr. and Mrs,Herbert.Norman and
a. m., morning service, 11 ,
At The TabernacleDr. a. m. Practice; 7:45:: p.m., Litany and Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. Fveryonrwelcome.Rev.
evening service 6:30 Qve-r Station;WRGR from 11;3,0 r Gerald children, Lamar and Barbara of
p. m. bible 'Study.Other Suggs pas- TTTTYTTTYTTTTTTYTTTYTTY1
.rthif till noon each Sunday. There is a "Tuesday .- Circles of theWoipenof ., Lady Lake. 'Mr. and Mrs. Thur-
and Mrs. Harry F. McG e. Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. meetings and services by tor.
Junior Church and a nursery the Church will meet man Jones and sons, Eugene and
announcement.
who have been ministering at theN I m.First '
RISING
Gospel Tabernacle for the past provided. during. morning worship as. follows Circle. 2. Mr Charles HAMPTONCHRISTIAN Julius of Starke, and Mr, and

six weeks left Thursday morning M. Y. F. will meet at 6:30. 'p: Schmitt hostfss. '9:30 9. m. Cir- BROODER. BAPTIST. CHURCHSunday CHURCH Mrs. Gordon Jones and daughter. -

: to visit their daughter in Ala- Christian ChurchMorning m. J[note change f tim ".'! tie 1. Mrs.. L. H. Gibson hostess, School. 1l.'d: m.i morn- Christian Endeavor, Friday I.Stp. By Sirs. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi ..Carolyn. }

.. bama. worship, 11 a.m. Evening Worship ,at' 8. 'This 8 p. m. Circle.3. Mrs.-g. P. Rowe ing worship ,H ,a m.; training 1 m. Bible Study, Wednesday Mrs. Reed'Lewis.and daughter

y An Interesting and informative Rev. J. E. Sherwood paato. Sunday. June 8, begins our union hostess. '., 8 p.'m.- union 7 p. m.;' evening worship. 7:30 p. m.' Sunday Morning Wor spent Tuesday with her mother
II illustrated-study of "Birds pi me Sunday School, 10 a.m. services sponsored by the M = Thursday. .....Junior Choir. practice 'Sp--m"-m.' r 1 ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship. Mrs. C. L. Atkinson of Brook Mrs. C. L. Atkinson of Brooker

N Bible" was presented during theM Youth: Churcn, 7 p.m. dist:; Christian and Presbyterian i 4 p.:m. -V r' I: >V{e dnesdaHour, of Prayer 7:30 p. m. Bible' School, 10 a. m visited Mrs. Reed Lewis and Church News

Saturday night service. Wednesday Prayer Meeting,I churches of tbe, city..Senses will, ,3 p,-'m. children Wednesday of last week. Sunday School, 10 a. m., I
be In the Methodist Church this I HIGHLANDBAPTIST CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Reed left last Monday for Cana
7:30 "
: :
Mrs. Hippie's Bible 'SchooJ p.m.Adult Church, 11 a. m., Training Union,
0 Sunday evening with Rev. Sherwood J 'CHURCHSunday' PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS LATTER DAY SAINTS da where he will be employed for
Class reports a gratifying increase Choir practice, 6:45: 1. Services
pan. Evening 8
and
7
V m.
in attendance. Wednesday. bringing the message 1 School 945: ra. m ? 'r r CHURCH :" Services each Sunday in old three weeks. p.
II Wednesday Prayer meeting Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and f Sun. Starke p. m. Also midweek Prayer
Masonic Call St. of
Hall E. Lawson
Ladies Council, 1st and 3rd Sunday School;10"a. m.; Morning on Little Sally
IIII CHURCH OF CHRIST Tuesday nights.Everybody and Bible l Study. 7:30.: 7:30 p, m,. Prayer Meeting each Worship, 11' a. m.; Evange- lay ''School: 1O a.; m. Sacrament was Saturday guest of Mary Sue Meeting.

: C. L. Omtiirf Jr., BlUiste* welcome to each You are cordially invited to attend Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. Rev .. .

: Sunday :... Sunday School 10 service services 'of this church.: George welcome.Chism pastor. Everybody' I

II. V.--, GUAIIAMBAPTIST
u CHURCHSunday I K1MGSUB7 LAKE! H,tibr h, lir ..

M H school, 10 a. m. Morning MISSIONARY BAPTIST
STARK FIRST BAPTIST Worship, 11 v, m. Training Sunday Schoot; 9:45: ..m.. MornIng 4\
'
Y"shlp 11 EverJng
Union. 6:30: p. m Evening Wor a.m.
ship, 7:30: p. m.Rev.. W.. 0- Service 7:30 p.m. Prayef\ Meettaf .,
Collins, Sr., pastor., each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone tod
rr"Hi Will Have ; I \
welcome.-Rev. H.. H. Mott IHI\ \ iii i, c'
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.NEW RIVER pastor ."11 1\\\\

SUNDAY! >> NIGHT{; SERVICES Sunday BAPTIST School.CHURCH 10 a. m. Wor 1UI / ,.I 1Nt('1\\\\,D t ,r i' '

ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Sent I
: SUPPER 6:00. TRAINING Madison Street z -_-_ /
6:15 ?
.UNJON ..:'e. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting. eac V
7:30 -" '
Wednesday, p.m.


\ PREACHING SONG SERVICES SERVICE ANDPASTORS ) 7:15 ASSEMBLY HIWAY OF LAPEL GOD Baptist (lurch :;: ::ir -i: 'I ,'


G. M. Cteborne Faster
122! MINUTE MESSAGE Sunday School, 10 al: m. Morning '
(Presently Meeting Washington
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CLOSE9 7:45 FOR TENT MEETING Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic -
Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday and Grand Streets)

.. I weekly' prayer service. Invitation ,- '
-- extended to everyone.
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INVITES. :
'v'r -
FAITH BAITIST CHURCH lr 11
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STORE HOURS LawteyA. : 1 It: ,!,11'pia, I 1

.. E. Massey', Pastor YOU stillp. Join the Throngs M

... T WE K' ATiU7:3Q Bible Preaching/ tCk1.1q,: !11 )V.a.m.,m. .

iopnI
4o: Evening Service; 7:30 p. m. TO
Bible 'Study-and Prayer Meet-

.. mgT.3; $ p"m., Wednesday. County-Wide Revival Cavalcade

.. 'Radio r.zt. program; '& to 8:30: a, During

each Sunday over. station

4' ,'VRGR... ... .-,. Starve.CATHOLIC.


I St b tW8Fd's, Starke CHURCH: Sunday P1 BEGINS SUNDAY NIGHT-1:45: P1 M1

Mies, 10:0,0: a.m. Holyday Masses. ,
6:30"and( 8:30: a.m. Sign of the
,
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR {WEEKLY SPECIALS Cross, ,Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism

Class for children every. Sa.tu..t. : The GREATEST REVIVAL _EFFORT EVER UNDERTAKEN in this area will get under way Sunday nightin

I day, 9:3,0: a. m. a huge tent \located adjacent to footba.U stadium. Services will be conducted nightly through JUNE 22nd.
; CLIDDEN PAINTS! St. William's, Keystone for all of all faiths.
Churches of )New River Baptist Association are sponsoring this revival effort and is people<
Heights (follow Hiway 21 southto
1 invited to co-operate to I the fullest and to make this (l \ ; LIT .
SPRED.. SATIN St. William sign Sunday Mass All.. people and all churches are TJV1Pl\tFY1Y; I
&:15 ajn. HQlyday Mass, 7:30
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: QT. GAL:'" aror Confessions before aii"Masq- IS DEFINITELY} A DIFFERENT COME AND SEE


L S1- $429SEMIQLOSS LA tpraeatly\WEY CHURCH meeting in OF City CJ..IR'Hall) I THIS COUNTY-WIDE REVIVAL CAVALCADE is DEFINITELY DIFFERENT{ from many of the so-called

Sunday-Bible study, 10 a/m., revivals of our day. It is CHRIST-CENTERED CHURCH-CENTERED and COMMUNITY-CENTERED.: Posi-

worship, 11 a. m, lively no high pressure methods in finances or invitations are used. The message given by our revival:party
I
Evening-Young people's Bible i is as old,as the Bible but their methods are as new as tomorro s' headlines.
:, study, 7; preaching, 7:30. COME ONCE AND YOU'LL AGREE. that this revival is pleasingly different. You'll see why thousands
Wednesday-Bible study 7:30p. .
: QT. G.t$1.62 \ m. usually) pack the big tent every night. .1 '

I Radio Program Station IN

$ $5.28 WRGR, Monday, 6:3j) .a. m Study and. Training COLORED MOVIES PRESENTING THE LIFE OF CHRIST' ,,

CHURCH OF GOD ti
Sunday'School, 10 a. m. Morn- Sunday School 9v45; AMP. EACH NIGHT AT 7:30 P.M. preceding the beginning of the song services, you will see a new and different -

COMPLETE. .PAINT, DEPARTMENTCompge in, Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday I T. NP1IN, Supt colored movie depicting the life of- Christ from His cradle to His return to heaven. These movies make the

; Us' ; Evenipg Service. 7:45: p. m. TPB Bible live anew for all age .. Parents_ owe it to their children to bring them with them to see-' these.- marvelous

Spa If or Service Wedaeaijay, 7:45: p. m pictures every night; NO TWO.ARE ALIKE( DON'T MISS ANY ONE OF THEM. ,

I>' Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m Training Union-6:27* PM
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/ Building Services J.A\\1 rY '
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Sunday School, 10 a.! m. Morn ROGER DANSBY Director CONDUCTED BY OUTSTANDING REVIVAL PARTY

Paints Roofing ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv- : i-. -' .. .
Saturday I 7:30 p. m.DAT. '\ .. ..

Lumber Materials\ Worship
SE\'EN'1'l1 Evangelist 'T'- .
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eM.. ADVENTIST CHURCH Morning Worship- 11 AM ;.'I l.>. "" ".. .': :...:. :-f. ,
,& ,owy r -
Water Services each Sabbath In the /.. *. .
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Pumps .
Revival .?
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Tent "
Products home of S. N.' Brown across from Evening I ...:.-
Bethel Baptist Church east of !
Hardware e Lawn Mowers Starke. Sabbath School 2 p.; m 7:45: PM j Organist-

.HieNO Bible Study each Wednesday,

,. '.I '- 7:30: p. m.-Ard n Mote, pastor. Call To Prayer for Revival Music./ Director. ,i : r ,I
J ; $
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Each Evening in Cafetor- i r
EVERGREEN :: ,
MONEY DOWN .
BAPTIST CHURCH ium 7 PMJ. ; : I [
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching
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11 a. m. Training Union'8:30: ,
II. MABBY, Jr. faster.That's
Repair p. m. Preaching 7:39 p. m. Prayer .. -
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Add Rooms ... Carport, ... Our:r Business r r' r !g 4


Bath Room If It's Glaaa We' flare It!. ,

CALL WRITE 'ot VISIT -

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES V

) F Joe Peters Glass Co. '."" /("

E.: J. DANIELS
Paint ... 'Neyl Roof FOR ANY GLASS NEED ._ '
We Design Modern Store Fronts -V V nr.E. j. DANIELS, OUR EVAN. }

MATERIALS Us A Pattern :,for GELIST and the leader of this k.I _
(LABOR, AND ) Just MaU .... ,
n>a-wide rethal is an internationallyknown \
Table Tops
'So evangelist. lie has t/
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 conducted great city-wide revivals" :A ,

it' FREE ... throughout America and in many I JOHNNY BOS
ESTIMATES' \0 .. ... foreign countries. He is the author -
e LOWELL LEISTNER, of o, 'er' 18 books and the editor JOHNNY BOS, THE.YOUTHFULORGANIST
1 of a religious magazj e. He has of our revival party a
'CALL. 'OR. WRITE" .The perfect tribute to l LqWELL LEISTXER, OCR MU.! been awarded two first prizes ..Inwrlduide was born in Holland. At 19 years ;

a cherished memory SIC DIRECTOR, Is one of the top \ sermon contests. of ae be.j. j h recognized as feeing
DAY? OR NIGHT musicians of our day. He .b second The Reverend Daniels is a Flor one of the greatest organists of

Every funeral that we ,, to none as a soloist," choir leader, ida-born boy. lie takes pride m the nation. He plays! the organ
cpn-
45 OR 333 and master of congregational the fact that he was born and bo realistically that audiences
dust:| is a source of sustaining have been' to look above them ,
&een
I singing. Because of hi* rich bass reared on a farm in North Florida.
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solace and spiritual. inspiration ,4 oice he bad,his own daily hymnprogram You'll be i blessed by hU plain to see if a storm were actually
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!I I. .J' to the family. .of raging when he plays'"ILSTER
., over a network of radio'f.arwM, dynamic; presentation {
stations. You'U be thrilled .by'his .the gl't'at'truth" of the Bible'and TilE TEMPEST IS RACING.- i
STARKE BUlLDERS Hundreds of details are managed and economically singing and enjoy singing with the his discussions of the truths that will play this': special number at t
attended to that only a trained and careful large chorus choir and congregameet the needs 'of our mod rq-daY: the opening service on Sunday

organization can perform when the urgent need tion of hundreds. living. night.


r ''SUPPLIES INC. for HEWITT serving is at hand.' C JQNES TALL' COME"N JUNE 8 22. I


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After p J 1; &a\\ &tpn Jordan -* ;34CL-W We furnish, the h1&bf.l6type PHONE':service at lowest' prices and accept LOCATED. ADJACENT. TO FOOTBALL. STADIUM.

force ANY ,' .... V --------- -
ANY life insurance policy:in issued by company as V -
AT S.AU: Dbl STARKE, j Churches of New River Baptist Association)
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payment \in: part, or ia full on funeral services. Consultation V (Sponsored by ,
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wwwwwwwwwww www WWWWWWWWWWWWyyyyyy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyy sonality and her information on Huggins, Gayle Cross, Marian of the Palms in the:fall. to leave on Thursday this week, Osteen.' C. Emma K. Fcrsythe] are among

the future of TV and radio. This Bass Che Che Formy Duval. Camp Montgomery Busy Place June 5, for Ridgecrest. S. C. Births the graduates of Green Cove

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy well-informed young lady gave Auction Was Success Preceding Conference Dates Nate Hall, who has been working Mr. and Mrs. David Edmdndson Springs High School. Miss Ann

I the Club some idea of what lies The Auction held on May 31 Joseph Weyer and his wife in Valdosta, Ga. recently was are the 'proud parents 'of a son I Cox graduates from Melrose High.C. .

ahead in the fields of communication for the benefit of the building Magda who are the caretakers of in the hospital there for an open born> May 31 in Btadford County I W. Cuzzourt of Miami spent
Bin. J. Russell
Young particularly radio, giving project of the St. Annes Episcopal the conference grounds report ation, and returned home ,to Hospital. Mrs.. Edmondson is the' Memorial Day weekend here with

&&&AA&A&AAAAAAAAA& &&&A&&A&&&&&&& &&&&&&&&&& some hints as to the type of ad- Church was a successful and enjoyable that this past weekend found all Hampton Sunday to convalesceat former Murl Dykes. Mr. Edmondson his mother, Mrs. Gertrude Link.C. .

vertising we can expect. event. Proceeds from the 10 of the cabins occupied by various the home of his parents Mr. ,is serving on an aircraft W. is an electrician with
Junior League Baseball stine. Business Management Com- Announcements were made on sales were $500 and sale of food Church groups from Jackson-I and Mrs. Hance Hall. carrier.Mr. Eastern Air Lines.
Now Keystone Heights has aBALL mittee consists .of:, E., T. Martin Friday of the coming events, including amounted to '$60. Credit and ville and surrounding areas. The' Mr. and Mrs. Leland Beden- and Mrs. Evan Dykes are r- -

TEAMseventeen boys be- publicity;' Corbett Terrell fin- a Yard Party at the thanks go to the merchants of actual conference period does not baugh and Mrs. George Saxon also the proud parents of a son
tweeen th? ages of ages of 10 and ance; Leslie Beasley supplies and until, drove to Gainesville on Monday. born May 29 In Atlanta GAY'SHome
Frank Walrath's Jr; June 4 and town and surrounding communities begin June 15, but .Camp Ga.
14 will begin practice in the City equipment; Robert Knox co the installation dinner to take who contributed items and Montgomery: busy 'In' prepar- Mrs. J. H. Saxon spentFriday .Evan ,is in the Air Corp. Mrs. .
'
park and will join in competition: ordinator with the League.A place on June 27. food and to Mrs. Gifford Grange tion for the summer in antici- the home'of Mr. and Mrs. George .Edmondson and Evan are the AppliancesYour
'wth other Junior League teamsin series of .10 games will be Gold Head Branch News and her committee in serving the pation of conferences -which Saxon. twin children of Mr.. and Mrs. E.

this area. Included in the played' in the League. The first More than 4.500 people enjoyedthe food. The overall chairman was will attended- by some 600, Mr., and Mrs. Frank WolfordSr. C. Dykes of Lake Geneva. I Friendly

.League' are Florahome, Melrose game, between' Hawthorne and facilities of the Park over the Mrs. George Phelps, who wishesto young people of,; Presbyterian ., returned Saturday from a' Graduates
Johnson Interlachen Hawthorne, Melrose will be\playEd at Melroseon past week. Cottages are filled and thank all who helped, especially churches. week's trip to Covington.,'Va. Miss Martha Sue Finley and Norge Dealer

and Keystone' Heights. June 23. The'first home game reservations run into August. The :Mr. Hardenbergh for'' his as- The Weyers are now occupying. Mr; and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh Mrs, Gene Hall [formerly Miss

Team manager is Coon Wilson will be on,June 24, 'with Inter- camping area has been expanded sistance and the excellent auctioneers a new home built for them by the I spent last weekend in Daytona O NQEGE APPLIANCES
.and his assistant is Van Rober- lachen.An Mr. to date''' Beach visiting with Mr MacIn-
and horseshoe_ pits have been I Mr. Key Sargent Presbyterians. The up TYUSConvalescent
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH effort will be and made practiceshere to set up in convenient locations to !Gay Livingston and. Mr. Billy house has 'all, modem conveniences. tosh's,mother, Mrs. Rose. 'MacIntosh OMAYTAQ WASHERS
schedule games
camping and little over ago and his brother, Charles Home
KEYSTONE FLA. hours'convenient picnicing areas. lose. Only a a year
HEIGHTS at to all, I COLEMAN\ HEATERS and
R. Also, the recently completed base Help For The Ditch Diggers the Weyers had their first view Macintosh. "A Home Away From Home"
J. Smith pastor. Ralph so let's get out and,really supportour I FLOOR FURNACESWe
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hicks of
Copeland Minister of Music and team. ball or soft ball diamond has add- The welcome news'was recei- of,the United States as they came ASK YOUR DOCTQR

'church organist. Cottages 'Have Name Change ed much to the enjoyment of the ved by the "willing workers" of to this country from Germany, Jacksonville spent Sunday in ABOUT US Service All MakesOf
Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson -
Services: Sunday School. 9:45: With the first of 'Septemberthe visitors. The additional picnic the Brooklyn Civic Associationthat where they had been Hungarian Appliances
'.. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Geneva Beach Apartmentswill tables placed In all areas make their plea, through a committee refugees. They now feel much at Bedenba.ugh.Tracy Your Inspection Invited
room for the growing crowd of meeting: with the Clay home and are' enjoying the peace Jones left Monday
Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Even- become the HOLIDAY I to back to Nurses on Duty 24 Hrs. Daily Phone 10
morning report
of, Montgomery.They George
people. County Commissioners and the and beauty Camp
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Ing Make Worship church, 8 attendance p. m. a fam- BEACH which better COTTAGES describes' these a name attractive Mr. and Mrs.. C. N. Sellback of I request by them for State assist- even enjoy the' sometimes AFB, ''Victorville Calif., after two 227 S. Thompson Phone 153 Stoke, Florida
weeks at home
ily affaireach Sunday. You are cottage apartments on Baton Rouge, La., and Mr. and ance in clearing the ravine has noisy campers and have acquired with the Raleigh -- J
Brannen -- --- -
welcome Lake Geneva This disclosure Mrs. T.'R. Ashe of Mobile, Ala. met with approval. The ravine, a good American vocabulary. family.Mr. .
I I were among the recent out of which has a 51 foqt drop from Camp Imokolee News and Mrs. A. G. Pope of Eau ILALYAREZ' Established 1894
comes from the owner-managers, I STORE
Gallic
visited in II
Mr. arid Mrs. Huntley Redfearn. State visitors, along with the T. Blue Pond to Magnolia Lake and Camp Imokolee, the Y.M. C. A. Hampton this Men's Clothing

KEYSTONE Rotarians Hear Miss Newbill W. Davis family, formerly of St. from there leads into Brooklyn, camp near Keystone, had a week- week with their son and daugh-

JEWELERS Miss Mickie Newbill of the Department I Simon' Island, Ga. is to be cleared by'State Prison end camp'of 52'campers and 8 Saxon ter-in-law Mr. and' Mrs.' Edward .
of Journalism and Communications Fishing is good hi the Park Farm labor at an early date. leaders it' is reported. They enJoyed 'and daughters. Stare the Profits In Star

Expert Watch Repairing U.' of F. and director too, G. G. Fisher caught an 8 lb. Duplicate Winners nature hikes and a,visit to Billy Home spent Saturday'
Quality Line Jewelry of the University's PM radio bass liked the fishing and the First place winners in Monday the,Indian village,as' well as the here with his parents, Mr, and 1 1 1I

-Walter M.,Muhlhofer- station charmed the Park so-well he has 'made a reservation nieht's play were n___ _Miss____ _Sara___ routine camping activities. Mrs. J., W. Home, from Home-
programs '
steafl AFB, where he is stationedMrs.
I Rotarians with her delightful per- for an I John Childress of Orlando
Hook 'N LineSpeaking Second place tie between Mrs. Mr\/ D.d Mrs. George Malmgren
spent Monday In Hampton with
i of fishing! We Alice Ketchum and Mrs. George of Chicago and Dr. Richard
Going On A Vacation? thought Mrs. Rutledge might be Phelps and Mrs. Lorena Logsdonand Malmgren of Bethesda Md., have the C. L. Mays. She had spent I 1
the weekend with her mother
too busy helping care for the Mr.. Louis Kyle. Duplicate returned 'to; their homes after. f. 1
near Starke.
UNLESS YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE MONEY I visitors at the Rutledge Camp bridge players are invited to the spending several days here following Mrs. Damon Nolan and childrerof

but it seems she does find time Monday evening sessions at the the death ,of Mrs. Axel Liveoak are spending this week FRIDAY, SATURDAY .. JUNE 6, 7
TAKE TRAVELERS ,CHECKSSee to fish and last week caught her Keystone Woman's Club at 7:30p. Malmgren.The George Malmgrensare
in Hampton with her
limit of shell crackers and bream m. brother-fn-law'and sister- parents
Mr. and Mrs. A. M.; Bryant. Mr SAVE $ $ AT HART
three different times in Lake Luncheon At'Il1mble Home In-law, and Dr. Malmgren the $ $
Nolan brought them to
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA Geneva. They report from the The,new lakefront home of Mr. son of the 'deceased. Sunday and will be here Hampton again
Fish Camp also that Jimmy Mc- and Mrs. John O. Himble was the I Ens. Paul Bird spent last week- '

Friendly .Bank in a Friendly Community Rae 'of Starke caught an 11' lb. 4 setting on Friday for'a luncheonfor end at home with his grandmother next Mrs.weekend.J. L. Williams Russell < FULL' SIZE
oz. catfish..'Mr. St. Johns caughtan which Mrs. A. F. Crosby and Mrs. Ella Bird.He [Is at pre- HIBACKPLATFORM
Williams fi
Keystone Heights, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Marsha'
8 lb. 10 oz. and a 9 lb. 6 oz. Mrs. Himble were hostesses. The sent stationed with the Naval installation .
Member F.D.I.C. Matchett and Wayne Matchett .
bass. Mr. Carroll Schubert of spacious living room with windows at Brunswick, Ga. visited in
Lawtey Sunday with
Jacksonville brought in a black locking out on the lake was decorated Mr. H. R. Hartwell Is a patientat the Ed Durban ... 1
family.: .. ..
Share the Profits Start bass weighing 8.-lb. 2 oz. caughtin with summer flowers. the Veteran's Hospital in Lake 's ;

Johnson Lake with a fly rod. Twenty guests enjoyed the lunch- .YYYYYYYYYYTYYT' ,r,
I City.Mrs. Yyyy y
1 1 Mr. Long also of Jacksonville eon and canasta. A. F. Crosby enjoyed a 'y
caught his limit in shell crackersin Park Of The Palms visit in Lacoochee this week, 1 y ROCKERS
LAKE GENEVA
Lake Geneva. Mr. Burton and Closes For Summer spending a few 'days with her .

Ray Mann of Keystone Heights Gordon Purdy, his family and cousin there. Nylon and Frieze Covers in a Large Variety of Colors
caught their limit of pan fish members of the staff,of the Park Mr. and Mrs. Elton Amos their by Blanche Cunningham to Select From

with popping bugs. of the Palms have left for the daughter Brenda and friend, Judy
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I Local Youths In Recital Adirondacks. Mr. Purdy and the Ford, all of Jacksonville, were WHILE'THEY LAST .. FRI. SAT.ONLY
Mrs. Florence Waller James of staff direct the summer Camp of Keystone Heights visitors on Sunday Recent visitors in the home' of ,

FRIDAY SATURDAY JUNE 6 7 Melrose presented a group of her the Woods at' Speculator, N. Y., attendin Morning' Worshipat Mrs Ray Forsythe were Mr and<
piano students hi a recital on where a.similar program 'to that the Community Church and Mrs H. Gibson and nephew of :

Monday, May 19 at the Parish carried on here at the ,Park is having dinner and spending the Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. '

entertainment Hall of the Episcopal. Church in enjoyed by an;even greater num- Afternoon with Rev. and Mrs. Harry Irwin of ConnelsvUlet Pa: FOR
I Most excitirtg Melrose. ber of people.. The Camp of the Russell :Young. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thomas of .2. 37:9.5

Those taking part in the pro- Woods is also a vacation spot.with Mr., and Mrs. 'Frank.I1e and Jacksonville. The men.are,all're

') gram were Marcia Mason, Janice a Christian emphasis and pur- children visited Mrs. Ilgen's sister tired.railroadmen.
you've ever seen / Woodey Johnnie! Carnes, Carolyn pose.,Various sports, music crafts and family,. the T.. C. Hills of Miss Danette Hooper, daughter

Purdy Charlotte Addison David and relaxation on sandy beachare North Augusta, S." C. over the of Mr., and Mrs. I., J.. Snow, has
;{ Chiappini. Betty Jean Cross, Connie offered. weekend.HAMPTON. passed the state. nursing exam NO CARRYING CHARGE -

\: .. King. Betty Janes ,Heide The Purdys and their friendly Inations. She attended ,St. Vin-
NOTICE-To
l Chiappini, Elaine Johnson, Julie staff will be welcomed back to .............- .." ........""-"'-- -...-.......... cent's school of nursing' Jackson- Our Friends and Customers in Lawtey,
I I I Clay Hill, Raiford, Hampton, Lake Butler; Keystone
"l,. t." Walker, Bobby Ridenaur, Pamela Keystone Heights and the Park- ville on'scholarship given by
\',. I'. the auxiliary of Sarasota Memorial Heights, Brooker, Maxville DRIVE A LITTLE,
;;' : Hospital. She is'now a'regis- SAVE A LOT.

:; 1: f i.tl M the Profits in Stark tered: nurse on,the staff of Sara-

-:+:.[.l v.Jf v x Share ...&By&&&Mn.& &/&D.,&"E.&i&HM&-&&&&&, sota Recent Memorial patients'Hospital.at Brad ford HART FURNITURE CO
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",>f. !
Ri1a'3t'RIItt : County ,Hospital. were: Mrs, ,Era:
Guest Speaker Sunday .
ma Lamoreaux. Mrs. Martha
PHONE 80 'STARKE ,FLA.
At Hampton Baptist I Thomas, Charlie Gibbs and Patricia ,.
f t Walter Holland, 'advance agent Cox. L. Barbow has return I I .HOWARD CALDWELL, NEW MANAGER
9 \ J for the E. J. Daniels' area-wide ed from the Veterans'Hospital'a 1
revival beghmin-g"1n''Starke June J

8, spoke Sunday morning at worship -
services at the' Hampton .
JUNE 6 THRU JUNE 14
Baptist Church, which is cooperating "
r in the,revival campaign.: Let's have
Films were shown in the train- rr

ShopportunitySPECIAL ing union hour at 7 p/m.:Sunday
d > evening by Mr, White of Gain- "cook.o l" 1 .the modern

'"Nigh-Sharp-and. esville. Films included two congregation -

T.Easy" ,sings, a puppet film, A
electric !
tuning
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and "Songtime* by Jack Wyrt- ,C4( I, r 'way

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r. Front Window" VHF zen. % '!;.,;.e
Evening Worship Services ,1:>" ,
nellndicator I I At Christian Church : >;: !W
hatlr (ONE' ONLY) "
ti
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Worship services at Hampton : \

New tinted COMPLETE CABINET & SINK Christian Church will,be each .- .
I Sunday evening at 7:30 p. m. .

safety glass through the month of June, with .. .. ,. ; '
155.00A Jake Thomas of Lake Butler j .
a .
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v_ 260 in."Living preaching. Services last Sunday .. : .. '
sq. REAL BEAUTY! Honey Tone Cabinets Formica held in the but
were morning,
'Color.' viewable ,. '. .. ... ", .
area : ": : -'
Stainless will back
Top Steel Sink Rim- Chrome Fittings go to evening for the (' \ :r '," .
Porcelain-Steel Sink WHAT. A BUY AT THIS four remaining Sundays, this : .

Beautiful custom PRICE! month. ..' .
Sunday school will, continue to \
styling .x h : -
meet each at ,,:
Let help Sunday_ morning, 10 I
us
U F you t
MR.2BY4 a. m.Personals.
.......-. 3-speaker M JY

'" The Mark il"" s AM.r n.260 "Panoramic Sound with all your Wayne Matchett, who will be Ii. V

/q. In. viewable or.a. Mahogany Do 'It. Yourself graduated from the University of 9Y
grained, walnut Vam' .d. W BH From A Florida next' Monday, .leaves 4'M N *
,oak grained IWA.k PO.MK Thursday. June 12' for Mineola,
((21tD8B6J') t-W**** projects I Long: Island;,New','York to workin

Airborne Instruments Labor

With "Living Color"- TV you thrill to pictures so Including atory.: He Is to receive his degree

.vivid,- so lifelike that you're tempted to touch the ,ADDITIONS \ ii in electrical exercises engineering in the at commencement University .-- ,, ,

screen: !And,with this year's tremendous increase. of Florida gymnasium,' at

in programming,you can enjoy the excitement of 'CARPORTS 9 a. m. Monday morning, June ,9.

."Living Color" TV every,day. Don't delaycalland FENCES i Visiting with Waynefor'supper

free demonstration today. PLAY ROOMS Saturday evening-;Jn'in-Hampton at ,.

arrange a ;. UTILITY ROOMS the M. M. Matchett.;home were nC : _
Yet Electric earioe is fDcay'BIGdift'erence.ben! : you move
Richard Jackson, Dave Jacobs, .
Bring Your Plans to,Us. and Luis Gonzalez, all UP students N.- your' summer living to the cool outdoor Rotisseries, spits, pills,

We'll be Glad to Help a>7 .from Gainesville. coffee nakers, patio lighting, hi-fi Dinner! music...indoors and out,

with Advice, Ideas, Materials ,Martha Carole Lane, who spent Reddy Kilowatt does ecores of chore to ease your living. And his

TV ServiceTV and Construction. several months in.Hampton with low,low""wages" ke hk pay your budget's biggest bargain!
the Marvin Fades in the fall of "i
by Warren Const. Co. ,
,. "Gosh-tKi aw POne tardP! 1956 graduated May 30 from Ten-

nessee Temple Schools,in Chat- r -;{tI -
Year Warranty Guarantee On Our Workmanship tanooga. Term.- An ,outstanding;

And Materials. Over 20 Years Building Experience.USE pianist Miss Lane played for several -
Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering ,
programs In this area while ---- --- -- --,1 1Fr

she was. here., as ,well as.servingas
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All Work SPRINGTIME IS PAINT- I
Guaranteed Free.Estimates. pianist for Hampton Baptist a gift tfefty'll ...*...... I
J & J'. ING AND REMODELINGTIME. Church during that. time. She is I

Fully Equipped Dependable. MODERNIZATIONPLAN. doing.missionary work -with the For June Brides, Grads and Dada,make II I

"Youth Crusaders" under the I your electric Appliance dealer your,one-stop gift shop I II

All Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S Child Evangelism 'Fellowship in I'I ...BO they'll enjoy Happier Florida Living,Electrically I II

EasyFinancingNO : J&JBUILDING North: and South Dakota 'this I GIVZ BETTER..LIVE BETTEB..ELECTRICALLY I I.L ., ,

summer. -__:--_ ___ _______.--1
RADIO & TV SUPPLIES Barbara Matchett daughter of
DOWN PAYMENT
: QUALITY A SERVICE Mr. and .Mrs. -M, M. Matchett

FAA. Title 1 Loans or Phone 3 completes her second'-year at the 4\
INMAN D. GREEN Owner
301 E CALL ST STARK! FLA University of Florida this week. FLORIDA POWER &. LIGHT COMPAnY
ABC
Plan Loans
Phone 239 Starke. Fh. Arriving home from school ,work "MCLPIN6 BUILD PUORIOA"
In Gainesville on Tuesday she ill yitrrtJ .



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TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTS TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA .
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: THURSDAY, JUNE, 1953PINE

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?YVVVYYWVVyyyyYyYyYyYY- I 1,1 undet s'id Section 2801 (114) 201 sid survey Nor 10 degrees 49 minutes 09 sec the east line of Section IS, at a point a radius of 5729.578 feet thence
run
: 'o..t". ('..-,.. .1 3'TorliI. NO. 151'f1h.h5 Edna TowsfndAd line being oescnbed as follows: Ea 2706.49 feet to the beginning % .: feet southerly from the north northeasterly along said curve, througha

-- : .. .. .. ,.0 iv. c'sih P J1.ln' rss SRD its. S jjegmning-on the, est line of SW curve concave to the south east corner of earn Section 16, total central
tnknowD 1 angle of 5 degrees 46
'bni.s5 .Cacoml". Lawtey. SRp. !' situ nu Indeceaed. of having a radius of 5729.578 Contamii-g 1-530
1.0. :
MIA ot Section 21, Townthip' eat feet acres more or less minutes a distance of 576.67 feet to
tEVEI "'orlea" 8RD No. gt More KJc'w :' 131. Michael Townsend if living, aM I 1 South, tnge' 22 East at a point run thence northeasterly along sid exclusive ot existing road right ef the. end of said curve run thence
f. .
T. the Unknown
bels : curve an angle of 9 degrees way
lut:61 trom Northwestcorner tbruh North 10
*. fflwtev. Florida SRD N". degrees 49 minutes 09 seconds
'
: and
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1,1 other 09 seconds distance of UWNED BY
MrLIL. 'fr e1lmant11ch1 of S* K of SiSVi of said Sec a : Daisy Cox and her : East 2706.49 feet to the beginning
Ct",1f. Florida SRI No. 54-"- 130; 131 under said lion 21 915.97 feet to the east line of said husband Raleigh Cox John
m..,'. KnichtT run tnence North 16 degrees D. Diggs of a curve concave to the easterly .
235a E Townan'dI 264.02 feet south- and his wile
15 at a point Christener
> *A 9 'miute 0 seconds East 1302.29 Scion 1 L. Diggs, having a radius of 5729.578 feet
.. .. ('ni .
Unknown San 128; feet the northeast of Henrietta Ghastlier
AAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4jI corner
ana.her
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... ........... .. .. .9 C'srkeFovldft : ('ainesv1ll. Florida SRD. NO. '3m. I 130; mStarke minutes tence North 1 degrees Si said Section frm 16, Klzia Chandler Alice Z. Hamilton husband and run thence northeasterly along saidcun'e
234T Hazel Wall sd feet through an angle oT 9 degrees
and Mrs. W. E. Hall ) SRD, No. 54- I i to- the said Containing 0.068 acres mere or less, her husband Howard Hamilton, William 09 minutes
t. Section 21 35
norh seconds
M. 2.15nS. vnlsht ; SRD 159.K. lie a distance of
Fla ; aLa exclusive of existing road right of D. Diggs and his wife
) point feet Minie L. 915.97 feet
n..t "ntB 17.8 Westerly! from to the east line of Section
Lucian Conner and .
Roman Alvarez 261 307 3US!
;
; Diggs
.
....I ""p". tlln'811 Florida SRD No..7n- Hr. E. Wall the noneat cortr of said Section way.OWNED Dai&y M. Davenport and her 16,. at a point 264.02 feet southerly
returned home Wednesday venneSRD 21, Containing BY: Elizabeth Noegel and husoand Ben Davenport Annie
0.552 Belle from the
fact Iqml. Fk.tlda. 234.. Stark. Florida SRD 159-K; acres more or northeast corner of said
Stubb
her husband W. H. Gene and
No.5P' less Noegel. her husband
UetM. exclusive of Charlie Stubb. Section
16.Containing.
Vncooit existing
15
,from Ft. Worth. Texas where 'Z! %6; 507; 10K! of. road right Noegel and his wife Connie SKI No. S7-R Bight cf
J. way. oel Way 0.137
r > SRD No. 1ST13X acres, more or less
..
thy attended the World BaotltFellowship. o."Y.t .Jrlr. Florid' L Water BY SRD >o.43R; 40-K; 42; ; That part of:
.. ...1 "L--I.l. ,", SKD m; OWE : Anthony C, Cermen 37 The exclusive of existing road right of

.' Rev. Hall also "''11. Florida, v.nU SRD No. S4-"' T1ivsv' J Vn. 26: Z7: Z91Uwtey. arC wife Lorena Cermenaro. Right of' Way north 100 feet of the following way.OWNED
described
breh. 23SAn alrlo. Florida SRD No. 1"" Lois, A. Waters S bRO' >0. tr, % !Right of Hay That part of: piece or parcel of land town BY: Loyree P. Hartman

.. the Ba/valaureate message t te.faduAlnr .. "r Dlfft"t ', 131'eI.po : Fla. SitU m.; Tt part ; Beginning at the intersection of the : From the intersection of south' Cooomlse and her husband. Joseph

f a* Calvary n. .. 5 L, "! T,_neOAC 206; loT' 291 Et of Block 1 South, Range 2 westerly. right of way line' of State edge of SE 4 of XE>4 of Section 16, Thomas Cocomise.

: laA Bal rke. Florida Spo "'' .. Th.s > "fla "".In" Mamie C. Weaver ', being all of such Block lying Road 200 and the north line of SEU Township 6 South Range 22 East SRD No. 70 Right ot Way

: tltt Churrh In Grind PmWe.Twcai >. ': Tetand..Plorlda SRD. No.. ''' !' 20 South Franklyn Street E of State Road 2pO (U. &' 301); of SEV4 of Section 16, Township S with the west edge of the right of That part of:

J" Sunday morning. Tfie TA"" DlsTU i-I nf 205-K I Allentown, Pennsylvania SRD the E% of Block 2 South of South, Range East thence' run way of State Highway No. 13 thence NEK of SEH of NEVi (west ef
t
l 1'14 .T A. T.p" Range:2 southerly along westerly right f I run northeast alorg the said State Road
!>:270 West'being all of such west 200) of Section 16. Township .
;::; a arrand and glorious * fPrP Florida, SPn Vo, "'' n...ria >" wDeLand. Miles J. lying eat of State Road 200 (U. S. way highway 20 feet for a 6 South, Range 22 East EXCEPT,
Qt".1e Florida SliD No. 3c.P' 20 South Fr of' Simon distance of 407 fet to the northeast pomt of beginning thence
mp"tl at. both. places. 54-R: 235 nklyn Street 301.. J. Temple Subdivision run north Beginning at northwest corner of
wt..U T, '1__ -%U5-1 I Allentown, PennsylvaniaLawtey at Temple's Mills corner of the land described in Deed easterly along sail west edge of said SKVi of NE'i of Section 16 Township

..' M>. and Mrc. J. W. Mt'a (tar 1a0 1..C ..., n.,. U3kq. TMn. 'Y-larL Jr. 229: 269; 270 RJve recorded in Deco Book C, at a page per plat 424 Book SO at page et seq. thereof cf right of way of said highway a distance 6 south, Range 22 East turning thence
l'i'
,. | 3J. FIorMa SRD No. !&' p yn N. j thereof of the the current public records of Bradford of 264.5 feet thence run wester- east 705.9 feet or
t' have ihr s n, Jam** at "I.tl -" W: current public recoroe more less (or js-int
11 ,1- 235 .C.ql "1ipIei. SRD NO., 90 Route 1 of Bradford County Florida County. Floridathence run in a ly and parallel with the south edge of of beginning thence run Ut.1 feet

: }> for A f' w rlavs l"IVP a'T TV8fl.._ nl_. '.... "alyar Fla Situ .CEPT.the fOllowing described, EX- westerly direction at right angles to I said SE>4 of NEft a distance of 315.5 east to west line of State Road No.

.. n w.p1r4n; TT S. N. 1'. at. sTY'n : ,' 1_' v.. TUyjp15p5 ."_. o...4. Abner Yarbrou for 'Individually an"Guardian : teref., to-wit: parcel said State Road 200 (and along the I feet to a stake thence run southerly a 13 (Now U. S. Highway 301): thencein
r. '1 No.l54Dlneen > c9.ra. SRI No.90 Edna northerly line cf the lands distance of 260 feet to
Fjorlda SRD "ita Yarbroufrti at the de8rib I a stake, thence a southerly direction following the
(a1.) TTU: nA-t dub station 'n. 'nalo. Mell S .an incompetent. person ter Street where It centerlne' Cen in said Dd Book 30 at easterly to the point of beginning a west line of said highway- 141.7 feet

Will h > in '. ... J""ld1f1 .. : Latey. Fla. U1rfo line of S. ,A. itersts center seq.. extension of said line distance of 261.7 feet all lying and thence west 232.7 feet thence North

'N(1panC la. .'. t T, P..I.. tarlsp.. Florida SRD No. 1M' Edna Yarbrou h. Tncompete" an Initial L Raiway. Wtt track, westErly), for a distance of 945.57 ',being' in the said SE% of NE>4 of 139.9 feet to point of beginning lying

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,Tat nf Mr. .n1 V''Y"r1 1.. New. .. York. SRI '"' yj5 Lawtey', Fla. SKU 11 degrees Subdivlson along of Cen- feet measure along the ALSO; A parcel of land lying in the line of state Road 200, Section 2801
Rnthrln. j"1 174 Pt.p A. N. Yarbrough. ter 'Street 974 feet centerle curse of said lne the westerly SB14 of NEU of Section 16, Township (114) 201 said line
described
"*" Err"** Rnthpr'fn of T.ib. T*'-..1 TttnAAT ,, Florida.. .SRD No. In"f Route 1Lawey. way line of' State Road tc east No right of boundary of of SW>4 of SE>4 $ South, Range 22 East in Brad- as follows survey: being

-.l. T T, Ti.qIsp Fla. SRD 173) thence 200 of said Section Township Sand Range ford County Fla.
) and
PIt, Rfld 6on' vl'" And .. n"'h" TJ Warccr South 18 degrees 'West'along being more Beginning on the south line ef Section
litt.rAIaht A T--- 4 -" Ot...tA 206; 207; 251 said East run thence in a northerly directionand particularly described follows

,, .1) rrf (a1fnP'j vI.t ,. ... v..u 17 VCTT York !PI ". Address Unknown SRD v n. 1i.. York 1anufaCtur land HuUdingeo Road No. 200 right, 934 of feet way for line of State parallel to said westerly boundary Commence at the intersection as of the: East 16.at Township a point 1373.87 6 South feet Range westerly?2
Point
,
130 131te.nlAl. of >
; '
17* ? of said NB i of SW'4 ot SE 4 easterly right of '
11l. .'h"h 1at. Beginning, way line of State
from
iinlgrj PntCk.n the
ft continue southeast corner cf said
.A aeiIap. .."... A. Miller. R. Carl Harris degrees thenC South 18 for a distance of 90.57 to the Road 200 and the
% fet southerly .
tn the ".. T''known SRD M. !" T'"",, 2 .S .1547 Roosevelt Avenue along said Et right northerly of NE% of aforesaid boundary Section 16, run thence North 1C degrees -
boundary
6 Int.T,1 of way line of State Road sid SE'4 cf NE>4 for point I 35 minutes 09 seconds East
ISO tlkeo FInLa .1SRD"o.1 Orlando, Fla.. SRD 40.R.; feet thence 386 SW% of SEVi. run in an of beginning, and
,
run thence
Mr 'n. t 11 t'174f"tnv 'South' 72 easterly 1111.34 feet to the beginning of
W.lQ T. TtnvH. ins- 4!; 43R44; ,31 deges'Est direction the northerly a
f 345 easterly along along said
vclt" feet
S tltence southerly boundary
distance
,
North
r ._ CQ1 "I n.1 .I I a curve concave to the westerly havinga
thAi "
t..1n f."Uv at Lak .. QI.AptL'l. .. 4 386 feet; boundary of said NE>4 c-f SW% of of 242 feet to the
TAA..A.n. ,_ wn." O .S SECTION 2801-201 $ ROAD 200BRADFORD thence North 72 degrees southeasterly radius of 5729.578. feet ran thence
.
;* SRI No; 13! IOnTY T.At West to SEVi and continuing along the north- corner of a parcel of land
Bj 1pfMr FnnAAV "tpmnn T ... U "n."." 'Jtb'nI. T 4." l..tOR CO DECR11'TlOis State eat right of way line of erly boundary of said SE4! of SE% by Lissie L. Clark conveyed northeasterly along said curve through
...i .. .l. .., No. 200 a distance of 345 and her husband, a total central angle of S degrees 46
( .
..t for distance of 1017.7 feet more. or H. N.
a Clark
a"' H 7pivl'vIit. .'._ "'. l..t, fId'UP"rIda feet to point of and Foy Clark single ,to minutes distance of
1 :. .." L'I'n NOJ 13" 0" T.. Bank SRI No. 1* Bight of Way beginning and less to the point of Beginning. EXCEPTING Elizabeth a 576.67 feet to
1'Q+hq ,:'HrnoVfT 1?-Li.11 ,' :.... FlilnOtn' T.. ...." 8RD 1X7 ..That of: 2.82 acres and lying in Block cntaining therefrom portion Crews, by Warranty Deed the end of said curve run thence
-v ,* j ..... -.nll "1.t" 'negel ( Pir 3 1 the NW 2. South and. Range 1 and 2. West any dated May 23rd, 1953.: and recorded North 10 decrees 49 minutes 09 'seconds
Joel lr % ,
tra k thereof lying within the right of way in Deed
oiyf ippm "Irn.nIA- "Vr'-." 'T'-V SRD NO. '1 .qI.p.. 1", SKI)) 4 of : roa 1In Township I Simon J. Temple's Subdivision and of a graded road lying along the Public Records Book 75, page 243, et seq. East 2706.49 feet to the begin.

"""f tt.f"Mlet: -....."*f. >.t"l > W Tf. 1'.1 S Range 22 East. contahing lying In SW4 of NE% of setion 21, of above described Florida of Bradford County ning of a curve concave to the easter-
northerly
South boundary
J"'cu."q' 'Qs.. \ y'.D.. tw c.... "I,. .' SUP 4 es, in the ', cht r direction
r t. Florida'' ".1. v"C"I' Flo7'f recorded in along the easterly boundary run thence northeasterly along said
: Public
SRD
r .v. No. County and ,be- te currtnt. Re- lying west and 55 feet of of last
!'.." .",I. SKD 41SKU cords of 0 aforesaid parcel a distance of curve through an angle of 9 degrees
: "Tlatl "t P M 1W 1" .- Ing "" e Particularly described as ALSO KYoc'tjnw County Florida, the survey of withh 200 100 feet more or less
to the .
T. 1..1 south- 09 minutes 35 seconds a distance of
'; P"ngl.-. .'tf, .. I : r- -A ...... 1 ,. Ft., q+.rJr.. 11.. ,4 me followsr Cx4rthe For point northwest of reference corner com-of A parcel of lan' lying in Block 1 Seton. 2,801 described(114) 201 as ,follows said sucvey: easterly corner of a parcel of landconveyed 915.97 feet to the east line of Section

,. W. 'nwtpy. SRD No 1S7 A n'rt Norman South Range of .lne by party of first part to 16 at a point 264.02 feet southerly
cHin hf .F1/rla' : said West Simon
.NW4 of aforesaidSectIon J.
$ the south line of
; on :
5 Howard
:
O Route 1 Temple's Subdivision, Bginning' ie- Crews: by Warranty Deed from the northeast corner of sale
,. Bttv, .T R"Qt' anti DmZnj.p'rI I". T'JlTltcwtev. r 138frtmAf : Mwtev'Fla.Norman. $KD ixalmaiM. 2J, and ruEi nle south- 1 thereof Deed as per Book plat ton hip 6. South, I dated December 18, 1953 and recorded Section 16,
and 17 reored.in C '
e
west westerly
along at feet
Mrs.nf T : Florida) Vlyt""e deg Page a point 113.8 in Deed Bock 80, Page 437. et Containing 0.109 lea*.
'MI'f Prwj;;'Rii SET No. 1H: bou a distance. Public Records of from the of Said acres more or
U44 np'lf" 1TIWitT Bradford cmer seq. Public Records of
Bradford
*p5.t County Florida exclusive of existing road right of
Jplknntr1P.! J" nlher,1,1 T t* FVnlop : ,* Fla. :KI'I' !: .pf'397( fet to the centerline cf. more particularly described, and being Section 16, run thence North 16 jde- County, Florida ; run thence in a
a ditch for a of beginning as tol- "seconds East
35 09
"-,. T.awtv, SRD No. ""dley A. Norton pmt lows: grees minutes westerly direction along the southerly way.OWNED BY Charles E.
f'A n. : : Knight
(tr1P 'b- Florlfl -' .. l-t From : of thus described lULU feet to the 'beginnnig of a
Ant Lawtey SRI pint Commence boundary of last afcresahl
m l Fa 17'1 at the intersection parcel a and his wife Sarah Knight.
-
Ur. -1 South 1 and of the curve to the westerly baring
7..ti OrWhir lnue degree concave distance of
232.8
nnJ, Ant 'rln'vq 'fl1'A easterly boundary of the right feet, more or less, OCCUPIED BY. J. D. Beck and his
; awtev. "RD No. IKM: Norton .. 17 minutes- west along said wPterlbjndr. of State Road 20ft of way a radius of 5729.578 feet run thence to the easterly right of way line of wife Bertha L. Beck.
Tr.i, n' Florid3 and the
lr Cn' ,. 'I 175-R; %O-RJ; 2fK.T ) T.awtt" Fla. SRD. -17.-H; distance of 45'-feet to I boundsry bf the right of southerly northeasterly along said curve through I State Road 200; rua- thence in a KI> K<>. 11 Right Of Way
of
*. ke way Mar- 46minutes I
205-K ; then South 83 a total central angle' of 5 degrees
.
.. MI DrothY S. KIIP''' Jr.Lawley Mn' I ket Road Center southerly direction along said easterly That part of:
r\f TtKwpcsa. Florida SRD No..l6. "ln1, degrees and'29 minutes I east a distance point fC.rmfrly' Street for a ditan e of 576.67 feet to right of way line a distance
t'r : Prl.r' 2T of beginning. From point or of 117.. Commence at a point of 50 feet
175-Rr 205-R1 %6KRplIa Ctpr1. 11". SK1) 82 of 144. feet to art iron stakeon ginning thus described be the end of said curve run thence feet to point of beginning. EXCEPT east of centerline of Slate Road No.
Mr. and :'Mrs. P*"*.!! the wes ) of the right run in a south North 49 minutes 09 pee-
-f' S'dnev Bf rt"nand E..Ip 1.1.1." 1f. bundar erly olrection along' aforesaid 10 degrees a parcel of land lying' in southeast 209 and a point 25 feet couth of centerline -
Mrs. Lawtey, Florida SRD No. 175-K: tn' 4".!.. Street of. way ,cf; SJate, .. 200. also t boundary of the right easterly onds Est 2706.49. feet to the beginittUb quarter (SEUJ of northeast quarter of County graded road, said
Itt.l' mother. Mr?. HHI> 1S3-K Known as Temple ; I of'way of State "u.. ;vli te 10 cue BWI.IUCA.31 -
;
205-K JnlvFI.. AvenuE rn" then Road 200, a distance of (X1], ) cf Section Sixteen (16), point being the northwest corner uf
nf North 17' degrees and 26 minutes one hundred n. AAUlUfi 5 "i*.MO ltd,
SprJu1t and Mr. Farmer Home Administration t.f.. twenty-five (123)' feet .. Township Six (6) South, Range Let 7 of Richfield's Subdivision tnSWU
c/o William T. Shaddick nd. Fla. SRI 180F'la ea.st along last aforesaid westerlyboundary to a concrete .UU 4lO UlCualCl.y >"'.
Mrs.Farl {. "'1.' i..J'1 Twenty-two ((22) East in Bradford of
of I monument ; run thence in" SWVi and SE'!* of SW' of
GMma St.rkp Gainesville, Florida SRD Sn. 154; Prescott a distance of three hundred direction a easterly ... w" L5UUblL USC vl J D' ', County Florida, and being Section. 10
and more Township 6 South Range
were "n''av dinner niests of 155: 25X; 25S wiphfana. F,". SKD ll eighty feet to the centei-lme'of afore I parallel to aforesaid ,; 111 Ui u lea .hl &c\.i/iiUa 'jaMuc vi particularly described follows ,
as 22
East In
boundary : as recorded Plat Book 2
Mr. and M's. A. J, F"dpl. First Federal Savings and Loan' Route T Peseot said dith run thence North 1 degrees -I southerly way of Market Road.of formerly the right Center of ,.fiii.Ji loci to Uu CAAU IAUC U. a.&.. Commence' the intersection of the I Page 7 of Bradford County records,
Association of Gainesville nds West said I AWt.illi ACCbaMUiueiiy
along hk
Mr. Street, a distance oL..1 J'L easterly right of way line of SR 200 run southerly along east right of
and Mrs. A. .T. Gainesville Florida SRD No. 26 Tjiwtev, Fla. SKD 184 of feet to a L'Oiuci way
Fender .ndI ; Viola _1 ditch centerline a distance of 261.8teet I concrete monument 1i thence : lru
family we"rwnt v'ftr of M* I Ann Fisher 106;. 101 Route Presot. I to point ofbeginnil. and, I northerly ; in a .. txtiu ."Guvl i I or said southeast quarter. (SE,) of for point -of beginning, thence south
directon' to
((2) .parcel the NWH paralel' IILt4wtua U.I"t, acres more northeast '
anrf Mrs. n. ;. I aforesaid quarter (NE'4) and run 68 degrees 39 minutes east 1031.0
Mr.1and Lawtey; Fla. 184 boundary
311 South Track Street etern ,
'It. I" SRI of SE of Section 21. Township 6 I lighiwi
t. % VAIU,5IC vjCaaiuig thence in
Iv..
'' a northerly direction along feet
of 125 to
Florida SRD No. 198 R. feet to a ( west right at way line of: S
Mrs. I Tampa. L PPcott South, Range 22 East, in the City of I 'neret monument tott/ '
said
Batten of Theress.0fl4L Don Fisher Situ 179 on aforesaid boundary : easterly right of way line a distance A. L. Ry4 thence South 18 degrees Si
Bradford Florida ; ill'OIK
,
Starke. County.
4311 South Track treet Rayonler Incorporated I run thence in a westerly direction u" *"l .auul.durll of one hundred seventeen and minutes Rest along said west right

Tampa. Florida SRD No 198 ,/o Corporation Trii.. Company and being more particularly 'de-I along said southerly ttlU J ".,1.orv..lvl dUUUfcii ,.w five tenths feet to the southerly bound- of way line of S. A L. Railway 431.0
scribed' as follows: FtT point- of reference oundarl a c. ...I.er .>,...' r. ary of a parcel of land recorded inDeed feet'
Dorothy Fuerst .108 Consolidated distance of 125- feet to t. 11.le thnc& North 68, degrees 30 minutes

.n t.. Address Unknown SRD No. ;.128; .Jacksonville. ,, Buldlns. 121-K; I commence at the northwest of I ginning, pint be SItS.oo..daCT.. Book 80, Page 437 et seq., Public West to East right of way line
brook pU 208-R 253 corner of said NWU of SE'4 1 TO: Alorigaee rct'rueL Records of said County ; run of State Road No. 200 feet
81.fountain 130; ill ; : 27f! I lying east of and pO feet of 1118.8 ,
pens I aforesaid 21 and run thence withi Ilk LM.U& o at pii e Ao'rf ; um niuri0u thence 'in
pastel Albert F. Garner Wilma Rivers Scton' I the .survey line of Road an easterly direction along thence northerly along said East
i Only $0 at &I Stark Florida SRD No. 40-K: Address Unknown SRI 128; ,South. 1 17 minutes West Section 2801 (114) 201, said .OO. St.tMutU lu IMK>. ft ttj. p.ite .I uc.u said southerly boundary a distanceof right of way line of State Road

ford County 4?. 43-R; 44;' 817 ... -.130; 131 long the Westerly' boundary a dis line being .described es survey' .Jf me Aiiaiiiic i.,a"lo..1 iLL.Ia vi forty-eight (4$) feet toa point No. 200, 425.3 feet to point of beginning
4'Ifle Telegraph. Nellie P. Garner R E. Reddish _cf 83feet to point of beginning I Beginning on the west flows: .4th.uI&.gI.e, asia .v..e re"ufUt eighty-one (81) feet easterly of 'the ,

{ Starke, Florida. SRD No. 40-H; Route I ; from point of beginning I of SE'A" of' Section Township SW%6 ". IXM. AI at page tua ui ld>urnuuici Ul centerline of State Read 200, for Pointof lying easterly of and within 119

42; 43-K. ; 44; 317 Lawtey. Fla. StD 154; thus described run Soth' 85 South Range 22 2 a 104.6d ji. jiued AAtw Aisi uiie &.... Beginning. From point of begin- feet of the suvey line of State Road,

Circuit Court Of Tie Ehrl.I' Oty Sue Gault, 155; ; 259 degrees and Z minutes East'a dis- feet southerly Es point 1*. .VilCd.ati ning thus described, continue in an 200, Section 2S01 (114) 201, said

Judicial Bradford Clrralt COI.t Lawtey Florida' SRD No. 29J Rthel D. Reddish I tan<: of H.Z feet to the westerly dcrner of SW'! of th, of northwest said Sec ..;, ,i Might of W ) easterly direction along said southerly survey line being described as follows.

0 c..t, Florid. W. E. GanltLawter Route t. boundary right of way of State 21, North Hi. 41.L4I. of: boundary a distance of thirty-eight Beginning on the south line of jSection -

Lw.No._______ Florida. SRD. No.- 292 -Lawtey.. Fla' Situ 15: Road No. 200, also known as'TenrnL' tin, minutes rn thlnl seconds Est 16' degrees 1302.29 '7 ")of Stilt, ah in Sectionifr (38) feet to a point one hundred nineteen I 10, Tuwnbhlp 6 South, Rang 22

STATE' ROAD B L Green 153; 258; .Zil Avenue: runthence South I''degreesand feet run'thenle 'North '16 degrees ;uIS..LI,1I'i. ':o.. ittsge .. i..st (119) feet easterly of aforesaid East at a point 110.13 feet easterly
WENT OF DEPART.) t Columbus Avenue petty Register ,. 26 minutes West alon said' minutes 09 seconds East 35 a.* Ul ao.iu u.*wt 41tue SdSaA .).6 tL IlL centerline; run theme in a from the southwest corner of said
FLORIDA an) SRD No. 175-K arke, Fla. SRI 33 boundary a of 71 2999.08 feet southt'rl11
Arizona ;
westerly
Phoenix Uimc Jauau, direction and parallel to
.. Agency of the State of r to the north line of said Section 21 1 Section 10, said point being on the
) Freeman Jr. 23minutEs fLUe
decrees
ZO -R Register. run'theflee south 83 within !IIt
feet: iyiub'ed&i line distance of '
a thirty-eight
at point 1373.81 .n 11 (38) arc of a curve concave to the south
Florida feet westerly from
) Starke. Fla SKU of 90 feat a
33 distance ;
and Essie M. Green west- a the northeast .uh." (1" tbaC .due uioiale feet to a point; run thence in a west easterly having a radius of 5729.578
Alice corner of said Section
BRADFORD- COUNTY ) 4 East' Columbus Avenue Register* run thence North 22 degpes'1 minutes 21, Containing 0.324 ibUciu s.G.p'otsi.iun: ..,1JiiJ erly direction and parallel to aforesaid feet, thence from a tangent bearing

Political Subdivision of a) Phoenix Arizona SRD No. 1-H: Starke, FJa. SItU 94; west a distance ttet; run less exclusive of existing acres more or *vi, auu, .t. uUcaCHueu ( ..ssU U) LSO e.l CASud. southerly boundary a distanceof of North 22 degrees 50 minutes 35
) road
the NOTICE -R. 16; 97 thence South 85 degrees 29 minutes right 4i sue Ill thirty-eight (38) feet
State. of Florida, Freeman Of' way. ..g 1"1"L Y.1 to a point; seconds East run thence northeasterly
) UK
KUW; Green Register Sr. East a distance of 3.73 feet. to pint .ttll. O.1Lc .. LeU""h& run thence in a northerly directionand along said
Pfttoner. ) L R 1 Starke, Fla. SRD 94; OWNED BY: Harold T. Thornton .I. ,14 curve through an angle of
of beginning. and his wife ..! as lO..uw$: parallel to aforesad centerline a 1 degree 58 minutes 52 seconds, a
\, J.;' WALlJft ) Florida SHD No 172 r I. !n 97 west of and within 50 feet of Elsie Torton of Sec-
I.wte- line of
txJUin
E al. ) Isabel E. Sacco S lying SUBJECT recorded u..Uh5. oa u e distance thirty-eight (38) feet to distance 198.11 feet to the end of said

De ndant. ) Mamie Green Route 1 the survey line of State Read 200 in Book 26 T lrtgage favor of .11.. 1'"WUlp I .:).1 lioiijje zz Point of Beginning (1) lying easterlyof curve, run thence North 24 degrees
Route 1 Section 2801 (114) 201, said survey ttt 13J.O and within 119 feet and ((2) lying 49 minutes
potul Wat.n 27 seconds East 911.66feet
Ray )
Strong also .1 i
SRD 172 sno no; 171 known, James
Florida *
NOTICE OP EMINENT DOMAIX Lwy. Greene NQ L"tey.'FJa line being .described ys follows: Strong and recorded g R tWin me &ouiUea&t coiner said. IctO westerly of and within 55 feet of the to the beginning of a curve eon-

'f PROCEEDING t .SRD iz<; 8531 -. 88th street Beginning on the West line of SWU BocK '41 at mortage in favor U, rut uieuLc trouin ti UC&KXS ,nmiiiuieb survey line of State Road 200, Section cave to the westerly having a radius

IB Th. Ka_e A.4 By The' .Address Un1Wl No.131);' 131Carson. Woodhaven, Of SEV4 of Section 21, Township' 6 Cornelius S. pge ajid his wife of ai btxouua tidkl 21 ictt tome 2801 ((114)) 2O1,- said survey line cf 5729.578 feet, run thence nohh-

'p. TO Of '. Stte Of FJorId.I Aat.ort .Griffis ,,Lol Island. New York SitU no: South, Range 22 East at a pint L. Sc-holl. Gladys mint ol eginniiJS ui ceuLetillieteL being described as follows: easterly along said, curve through a

'AL WHO W MAT CONCERN Highland. Florida. SRD No. 171 IdifiO feet Southerly from the said SKI) >o. Right of Way rignt )ale '01 MIH "ilt tOld :11, Beginning on the south line of Section total central angle of 14 degree
li
person and Hazel Griffis Albert Sappenfield. west corner of SW>4 of'SE' of That s of: 8diu point Deliig uie utrb'.iiauig' ( I 16, Township 6 South Range 22 minutes 19 seconds a distance of

artu. having or clmln& any Highland Florida SRD No. 182K Lawtey.; Fla SRD 156; 157 Seton .21 .run thence North 16 degrees 1 par. square in northeast curve L'lcveC tne bouiata&tcriyHaving East at a point 1373.87 feet westerly 147.0 feet to the end of said curve,

gage, tite.! Interest mort J. F. Griffis Ruby SappenfieldLawtey. 15 minutes 09 seconds East of W'4 of Block 1 Southf corner Range a rauius of u.u1 ieet, rW from the southeast corner of said run thence Nortlr 10 degrees 08 min-

certain o or. on those Highland, Florida. SRD No. 186-KJ Fla.. SRD 156: 151 1302.29 fet run thence North 16 degrees 2 West, Simon J. Temple's Subdivision tnenco nortnea&teny aumg; tll curve Section 16, run thence North 16 degrees uts 08 seconds- East 2829.80 feet to
cf land hereinafter Cornelius 09 seconds of 3 degrees minutes 09 seconds East,
parcel Z73 coU 35 Est of lands' at Temple's. Mills, in NW through I tUI ceuirai aug descrid''and. the following per Ida Strickland Griffin St rke-.Fla. SRD %; 2 1; r 29.99.08 feet ,to te. north line of of NE% of Section 21 % i\t minutes uibtaiice' 01 loo.ut 1111.34 feet to the beginning of a the southeast having a radius of
6
Township
S.persons with all unknown Starke. Florida SKD No. 189; Gladys L Shol Section 21; at 1i:1'feet South Range 22 East Lest to the enl of all curve, runtnence curve concave to the westerly havinga 5729.578 feet, run thence northeaster
claiming by, through or une SRD 27 28: % I from the comtr as per map or luItlULe5us 5729.578 thence
IttU-H Starke : 1 westerly northtat' plat thererecorded in Deed ZV degrees 29 radius of feet run ly along said curve through an angle

IfW are persons known who are dead J. K. Griffin S L of, said Section 21, at page 424 of the Book C bet-onus" ixitt 6.4U teet to the Beginning northeasterly along said curve through of 1 degree 30 minutes 32 seconds a
not
". or silver to be dead Starke. Florida, SHD No. 189; East 1st Avenue Containing 0.178 ace more or less ( of there ,public re of a curve couta\e lo tiieWe&teny a total central angle of 5 degrees 46 distance of 150.90 feet to the north
County Florida
190-K Gainesville. Fla. SHD 60; 194; cjXclusUe of existing 'rd right 'rd Erdtor cf navmg a mains ot 5Z9.55 minutes a distance of 576.67 feet to line of said section 10 at a point

8ECI .\ ZOI-201 STATE ROAD J. W. Grlfl' 285; 286; 287; 288; 289; 290 lying west line and of witi 50 feet of teet, run thence nortneasteriy awns the end of said curve run thence 1690.13 feet easterly from the northwest -

'jk AND ADDRESSES COUNTY NAMES Starke, SRD No.. s John A Shadd, Sr. OWNED .BY: Kayo Investment, Section-2801 (114) 201 said Road 200, said curve through a total central North 10 degrees 49 minutes 09 seconds corner, of said Section 10.
SitU 89
"UI Acme United Life Insurance Mae Griffis Route Starke. Fla Company. line being described follows survey angle of 9 degrees 3b njinutes a uis- East 2706.49 feet to the beginning Containing 0.440 acres more or less

o c/o J. Edwin Larson Co. Startte. Florida MR No. 33 Mildred 2 E RDNO.25-R Ktht' of. WayThat on the west a line of:SW tance ot 9tiU.uu.teet. to the end Of "&ItIcurve of a curve concave to the_easier-, exclusive of existing road rieht of
Route %
State Insurance Commissioner Joseph H. Cumber, Sr. part of:, of Bginning Section I I and ena' ofJ.I centertaie ly having a radius of 5729.578 feet
Starke Fla. Situ 8 lt of 2i; Township 6 way.OWNED
the centerline
The Capitol 13355 Madison Avenue (1) Commence it South thence lor a purpose ot reference run run thence northeasterly along said BT: Raymond Howe and
E.' 31 Range 22 East
SUverstftfn
Lakewpod 1, Ohio, SRD No. 94J: where it intersects at a pint North 10 minutes through an angle of 9 degrees his wife Marion Howe.
Talahlee, Florida. SRD No. m: 1255 Marseille Drive Center Stret' west 104.60 feet southerly from, the thence .It!) degrees curve
96
; 9 centerline A. L Railway al seoonas West 64_ ttet to the survey 09 minutes '35 seconds a distance of SRD No. 76 Right of Way
157 Miami Beach, Fla. SRD 110-K 294 west of SW of !
; 'of % SEU of
Gumber .
Effie Josephine A. initial for' survey corer sad ZOO run the east line of Section That of
.. Alderman Thelma Simpson track, an thence line of said State noad 915.97 feet to part :
21. North
Hampton. ,.Florida .SRD No. 110-K: 12355 Madison Avenue Dade City Fla. SRD Iff 130; Simon J. Temple's'Subdivison, ran Seto, minutes run 09 16 thence. North 10 oegreea 4V mutes 16at a point 264.02 feet southerlyfrom Begin at the Intersection of Slate
: grees East
No. 94
SRD -
centerline
Lakewood 7 Ohio ;
.. 294 131 North 73 degrees 'West along feet snd 03 seconds East 2 ba.i9 test to me the northeast corner of said Road No. 13 and the County graded

T. J. Alderman 56:57 Isabelle.5 Smith of Center Street 974 feet to east 1029 25 run tenl 16 degrees beginning of a curve oncafe! to tne Section 16.Containing. road as now constructed on the South

Hampton, Florida SRD No. 110-K: Ala Z Hamilton SRD 128 right of way line of State Road No. seconds East souihedbieriy having a raaiu *ofa29.6 0.232 acres more or less line of the N% of SW% .of Section
; ; to
SRD No. 64-K; SfnerFa 130,131, West 2999.08'fet the north line of said
4' 294 Florid 235 Snelng 200 tlwhce South 18. degrees line of Section 21, at a point feet is tet, run thence nortaeasterly exclusive of existing road right of 10, Township 6 South Range 22 East

Arnold Construction Company Howard Hamilton 497 2nd along said .East, right .of way of westerly from the 113.81 of along said curve tnrougn an a I je way. and run North along the East right

r/o. W. H. Arnold Lawtey Florida SRD No. 84-K; Napes Fla. SRD 176-K; State Rod 20s, 934' feet for point 18 Section 21. of 9 degrees V9 minutes 35 Mt-onus a OWNED BY: Fred. Taceia and his of Way line of said State Road No.

I Murray Building 235 229; 269; ,,210 beginning1 thence continue South sid 0.080 distance of 915.91 tett to tile east wife Anna Taceia. 13. a distance of 880 feet to a point of
-Containing less
acres more or ,
Palm Peach. Florida SRD No 60; Eldred Hammond William A. Snelling degrees West along said east right-of- exclusive line of said Section it, at a point SRO Xo. 60: 385; 286; 287 Bl&ht.f beginning, thence run North along
194; 285: 286; !*1: 288; 2X9; 290 Route 2 R tl 2nd Avebue way line of State Road 200 J86 feet, of existing road right of 2b4.02 feet southerly from the northeast Way the East side of State Road No. 13,

The Atlantic National Bank p1es, Fla. South' 72-degrees East 345 feet, way.OWNED 16. of 220 feet thence East to Seaboard
of Jacksonville Starke Florida SRU No., 113 SRD 16.t thence feet BY: Freeman Register 'corner of said Section That part run
Mae Hammond 229; ; thence- North 1 degrees 386 ; ALSO ; The South 25 acres of that portion Airline Railway, right of way, thence
% Jr. and his wife
JacksonvilLe Florida SRD No. 40-K; Standard Oil West to east Betty Register. of NEtf and the E% of side of
Route IStarke. Companyco thence North dege 'lhat part of: of the NE% South along the West Sea
:
u. Bank of Palm Beach 42; 43-R: 44; J17 Florida SRD" No 113 C. T. Ade right'of way of State OCUPIED Griffis.SKD By: J. W. Griffin and SV4 of MC% of SE%. all in Section 16. NWV4 of NEU of Section 16, Town- board Airline Railway right of way

40 Coconut and Trust Co. Charles Hard? (25 Riverside Avenue Road No.. ZOO a distance 345 feet 'to TLwnship 6 South, flange 22 Ka t. ship 6 South, Range 22 East that 220 feet, thence West to right of way
Row No. 41 Right of Way
Palm Beach, Florida SRD Starke,. Florida SRD No. 241-K; Jacksonvte. Fla. SRD 139; HI point of gnning.and containing3.S2acreS That of:* all of said. tract'of land lying east of lies west of State Highway 200 (excepting of State Road No. 13 to the place of
2
194 No 6 293; IOU; 311 Block Sout pat the Public Road, and reserving therefrom a beginning, lying and being in Section
: 285 286 .
: 287 28* From the intersection of the
: westerly
Claude P. Barbour : ; Z; Juanita Hardy 3450 South West 89th Avenue I and'Range 1 and 2 West. Simon ; right 'of lineof' State lying east of and within 119 feet piece of land lying in the northeast 10, Township C South, Range 22 East.

Florida SRD Starke. Florida. SRD No. 241-K: Miami Fla. SRI 198 Temple's Subdivision and lying way Rod of the survey line of State Road 200 corner thereof that measures 250 feet lying easterly of and within 119
No. 163-K % and the line of of
Lwtey % ; 293; 300; 311 Steve Route Starling 1Lwtey Jr. 'In SW% of NE'4 cf Section %1 Town-the f of Section noh'16, Township SE'4 6. Section %&01 (114) '201, saiJ survey east and west and 597.5 feet north and feet> of the survey line of State Road

Ruby Barbour 6 Doris C. Hardy hip 6 South, Range 22 in line being described as follows: south along the' highway) ; 200, Section 2801 (114)01. said survey

Lawtey, Florida SRD No. 163-K: Slarke. Florida SRD No. 241-K; Fla Situ lip current" Public Records. of, .BradfordOunty. South.referencerun Range 22 thencesoutherly East for a point 557 of Beginning on the south line. of Section lying west and within 55 feet of line being described as follows:

291; 300; 311 Starling Range 22 line of State Road 200. the south line of Section
% Florida, 16, Township 6 South, the survey Beginning on
Route the line
vStarke. feet west
1Lawtey along
Eula M. Bary 6 Douglas P. Hardy S rgt.of way Kant at a. point l 73.hl feet westerly Section 2801 (114) 201. said survey 10, Township C South, Range* 22
1S-J1H Street Florida SRD Np. 241-K; Fla. situ 148 I "AL at' the plnof :the o said StateRoa4 %0 of be- trom the 'southeast' corner of said line being described as follows: [ East at a point 110.13 feet easterly

Gulfport. Mississippi SRI 293; 300; 311- H. G. StatonLwtey intersection of the ,' gig' 'frml'th point, o beginning Section 16, run thence North 1C degrees Beginning on the' south line of Sec- from the southwest comer of said

17S-K; 2U5-K No J. E. Hardy Fla. SRD 159rK; ; line of right cf way of*-State Road derb.n ia a westerly 3$, lauruteB V9 seconds East ton 16, Township II South, Range 22 Section 10. said point being on the

T. L.' Bary Starke Florida SRD No. 241-K; 'Ol 50"ltn'the' northerly boundary line direction r&ht angles to afore 1111.34 feet to the beginning of a East at a point 137S.87 feet westerly arc of a curve concave to the south
D. -
d. 293; soo; 311 Mar Staton Street (for- mentioned' Stte' 200 for a distance of said I
1511st Street of way of Sapp curve concave to the westerly having from the southeast corner easterly having a radius of 5729.578
of.right
; Fla.
Jo Ella Hardy Lwtey ", SRD 159-K; ) 'at art iron Stake of fet to an Iron stake, & thence 16 thence North 16 degrees from tangent bearingof -
Galport. Mississippi SRI No.175.lt S 3U7 merjy North Stret radius of'1729.Sr& feet ran Section run feet, thence a
SRD No. 241-K; (and thence run northerly and parallel to '
; ZO -K Starke, Florida Rose'Strickland25J8 such Il intersection northeasterly along said curve througha 35 minutes 09 seconds East North 22 degrees 50 minutes 25
Pertha L. Beck 293; sue; 311 set a1 .58 feet distant State Road 200 a distance of 150 fe 46 the beginning of a northeasterly
Tami-Sola Street pc4nt is 280 total central angle of 16 degrees 1111.34 feet to sconds East run thence
Starke. Florida SliD Albert Hartman as Curator Sarasota -K I whth, bears South 17 degrees 46mlnnteWtt thence run easterly a distance of minutes a distance of 576.67 feet to curve concave to the westerly having along said curve through an angle of
No 1 SRD 159 ; -aBd .
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Letsch of feet to said right of
of Estate of Elizabeth westerly
J. D. Fl intersection ; way
BeckStarke thence
distance
the seconds
264 307; 3US"SRD from the end 'of said curve, run thence a radius of 5729.578 feet run I 1 degree 58 minutes 52 a
Florida SRD No 70 Incompetent 241-K W. R. Strickland' ; bounoary line of the line of Stt' Road 200 at a pint North 10 degrees 49 minutes 09 bec- northeasterly along said curve through of 198.11 feet to the end of said

Derothy Booth Starke. Florida. SRD No.300 311; 253C Tami-Sola Street I tl of way of Stat Road 200 with which is feet northerly of onds East 270.6.49 feet to ttte begin a total central angle.of 5 degrees 46 curve, run thence North 24 degree 49
Arcadia Florida SRD No. 93 :9: ; BoCk t South, point of beginning, thence run southerly 576.CT feet to 911.66 feet
Sarasota Fla. 159-K; line ot' ning of a curve concave to the easterly minutes a distance of minutes 27 seconds East
,I,, William F. Booth Viola Higgins the norh : Temple's along said westerly right of way
SRI No. 128; 264; 307; HIS '\Vest of Simn J. having a radius of 5729.578 feet, the end of said curve run thence to the beginning of a curve concave
Address Unknown gage BE- line' of State''Road 200 for
Arcadia. Florida Sl No 93 iso; 131. Ray Strong, also known as SUbdIS1SflY.- FOR pOINT OF a'ditc run thence northeasterly along said North 10 degrees 49 'minutes 09 see to the westerly having a radius of
of 15> feet to Point of .
Bradfor Furniture M. Hill James R Strong thence run Nor IT degrees curve through an angle of 9 oegrees ons East 2706.49 feet to the beginningof 5729.578 feet, run thence northeasterly
James JXXL.G
ScruggsGainesville. 1554 North Lakeship Drive E and said east lying westerly of and within 55 09 minutes 35 seconds a. distance of a curve concave to the easterly along said curve through a total central

Florida SRD No. 60: Route 2 Florida SRD No. 94; Wlnferhaven. Fla. SitU 27, 46 miute line of the right of, way fet of the centerline of the wes lane 915.97 feet to the east line of said section having a radius of 5729.578 feet, run i angle of 14 degrees 41 minute

194; 285: 286: 287: 288: 21)9) ; 290Aftotln Starke. 96; 97 234 200 for a distance- of of.State Road 200, Section % ( U) 16. at a point 264.02' feet south thence northeasterly along said curve 19 seconds a distance of 1470.0 feet

R.' lrd.UAddrtl' SRD Elisabeth Hodge 28., 3$ of State feet Rod 'Jor line t BLOCk 201. said centerline being describedas erly from the northeast corner of saidSectitm16 through anangle of 9 degrees 09 in the end of said curve, run thence
No. 128 9U.n
no ; Starke, Florida SRD No. 105; Annie Belle Stubb 'SouthBangs t t sid Sin follows: "f V minutes 35 seconds a distance of North- 10 deTees OH minutes 08 Pee-

Bryant Arthur Burdett ; 11 Z52 3609 Frow Avenue : 3; TemP1'5 Snbivlslon. thence rn Commencing on the south Containing. 1.197 acres ", more or 915.97 feet to the.eant line of Section ; antis East 2X29.80 feet to the tfrtn-
Miami 33. Fla. Situ U- J. 1& see- Section 16,' Township ( Range less rightof feet southerly to the southeast
Ohio SRD No. 121 Jack Hodge t Sut exclusive of existing road 16 at a point 264.02 fling of a curve concave
; South degst line of 22 at' westerly S
Fostrla point
: : north a said nf 5729.578 feet
m Starke'Fiorida SRD No. 106; **' Use Est way. from the northeast corner of having a radius
Jerry Bordett ni; 25? Charlie Stubb' o Et flange. 2: West. and frm the southeast corner of said I OWNED BY:. John DaviiJ Diggs Section U.Containing, run thence northeasterly along said

Address Unknown SRI No. 128: )farlo Howe i' I' I 2609 Frow Avenue : Sou lie of Block ", Section II, rurt teI.North 73 de- and his wife Christener L. .Diggs. "0.024 acres more 07 less, curve through an anne of 1 degree

lie; 111 Cypress Street Miami 33. Fla.SR 54-K: along te.norb Sd Simon J. g 1 i seconds West : ( KII >*. B4-R Bight ef WatT exclusive of existing road right ofwn" $5' minutes 32 seconds a distance of
of I
Graham Byrd Starke. Florida StD No. 71 Z3a Sout RelW for a dsD.1Utfet Z t'he of Beginning That -part of ISO 94 feet to the north line of said

Starke. Forida' SRD No Ill iaYDo'nd w : ;' Ana Taeei o the wsterlYeirz sid said point being the I r XW% of TCEtf of SE!, of Section OWNED BY: Bradford Furniture Stiiw 10 at a point 1690.13 feet

Mildred Street *_ w.,of SeaboaTd beginning of a curve concave to the 16. Township 6 South, Range 22 East. Conirration. Ateriv from tb northwest corner
Florida aiti: No. 71 i Starke. Fla SKD URI line o t rhof' easterly having radius of lh9:1 and of recordedin 10.
Stark8. Florida SRD No. 132 Starke pit 'all that portion of the TVEtt SUBJECT TO: llortrape of aiA Section
R. Cardln Charley E. Johns I' Fredaccia' frOZfl.th fA fet thence from a tangent ''NEJ4 t*, SEfl4 of'Section 1.U Town- Book 40 at page 1 In favor of S. Containing 0.*.* acres more or less

Route 1Florida Starke. Florida SRD No 19; Route 2 Fla \eG feet main 'trck 'ot sald 16 degrees S minutes 4$ ship 6 South Range 22 East, L. Scruggs: and ny rteae recorded exclusive of existing road, right of-

LtFrida SRD No. IIS; 190-K Starke. '. IKl'n' ; South 1 degrees 43. mta- seconds East run noreterlalong lying' west of and withW SB feet b Both C at page 31* held by Bank wav
Hazel
1411 Homer H. Jones Tanner- thenci TU seconds and along thewerlY' said cure i and east of and within 119 feet of I of' Palm Beach and 'Trust Company; OWNED BTOIlie Lnevenia Ellfagtnw -
Morrell Carradine 6643 Syringa LaneJacksonville. Route 1 & 50 West raIlroad angle of I degrees' 12 seconda -
sid' %111S the survey line of State Boat,1. %00. and Mortea recorded In Book 6. at
Route 1 Fla. SRD No 40: Lwtey. Fl. SRD lt-i bud aD of $77.11 a dit of fet to the Section 2801 lIt' 201, said survey noe-e 335 held. by Arnold Construction sliD >.. 53 Eight of Way
SEP NO. 139 42; 43-K; ; 317 L 8 of said end of and the '
LweT. Florida ; 1 thC.northerIy boudar, Bd ere bnmgof line being described as follows: rnmpany.Sn' 'I'hat part of-
Ut Minnla B.e Fla. Situ feet'to'Streetthence run DCr' de a &concave to. the .wetel 1 Beginning on the'south line'on Section ) >.. 't RIght .f Way om eethwt corner nf iw: fyVfVt

Attgnst CassiatoSI 6643 LneJackouUe Lwe. lU-t Sapp West and northerly having a radius of 11459.16 fet r 16, Township C South. Ranm' 22 That part of: swist of of A* nD 1 5 Township

) Southwest Blvd. FI SRD No. 40: Rout 'Tanne grees 25 min aO for a thence .northeasterly along ce I East at a point 1373.87 feet westerly A fvt of land 25t feet -east and a South. Range U FAS and thfncemn

Ylpeland.! New Jersey SRD No. 21: U; 4J-R. 44. ; 31?, Lawtey.; Fla, 168Florenca bdr'a feet to Mi Pint through a total central angle of d&[ from the southeast corner of said 4 ec- west and 57.5 feet north and south East nlonw South edpe

101; 107 Hoyt Jones ,Tanner SR -. d ( being'all'of S, rrees- %miute 1 8Jds a-dtanl tion 16, Tun thence North 1C degnees 'n the nortWst corner of SE'4 of 0f w.14 SW% of NW.4 a dtetano of
Caroline Casaiato S652 Walnut. Street ;
Sit Southwest Blvd.. Allentown Pennsylvania No. Route 1 '- t of Bgnnig l West and all that of 498.1 fet pit at of te.end left 35 minutes OS- see. East 1111.34 fi** ;/ ft NE% Hvtne west of State KA4 5 feet to east ee r>1 right of way

.. Ylneland, New Jersey SRD No. 26: .8R 235 Lawtey. Fla. SKD 168, of BlockS. Sut Range 2' We sid cre. and t! betas' *M-to the beginning of a curve'CODca ve\i to Highway ?0O) of !<-tk>n 16, TownshIpS of ptiit Hi hwsv N H: thenoe'runrl'r
and
los let May Underwood Jones Elsie Thornton I part of 200. al lane ctelD pB Station the westerly having a radmsOf < nnth. Range J2 F.at.lyin ) 1one the east ed4 of

.'''.M Anthony C Cermenaro ; 2652 Walnut' Street Starke. Fla., SRD 27. 38. 39 I lying. East of Stte 4 8r rth, Range sate 'a 1f''Road 200. Section 5729.578 feet run 'thence northeasterly I ? west nf aw" within 55 feet of 55)4 r1ht of war f.f wld State TB h11 -
Bk State
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., Stark*, Florida flio. 25-H AUeatown. & SRD No. Harold T. Thornton that pr ot Sapp ste.ud t.8. for along said curve through a tot i:*I the surveY flu* of Mte Road 20frt wey s < 'tanr*> nf 240 ft. to a *tak* as

Lorena .rmenaro'1 \ peIV I. Vto 8tarke. Fla. SRD 27. 2*. Z.. West ,State Road 20ft. ad .al tt no (10 201. run North thence degrees par- central angle- of S degrees 4C minute t 'tU>n 2S01 II U} 20. sal I", surrey 0.taint-nf rrir 9".t*-nt- thence rf>n-
Bernice Toole1S01 east of We Ie a distance of 576.C7 feet to the end ot followBerlnn'i'e *' l"ie along ssl V.aqt
'v take. Florida SRD No. 25-K; Kayo Investment Company Block 4 South Re M nO.n v'w; >" bln dl'flC'r'hf'd all
.. .! c/o John Coughln Sllgh Avenue pr of -of ,Sapo # Si: 35 mute e second. E8 said curve, run thence North '10' degrees on th. iwwth lir' nt S**'- sfrp tiC .I4 ri ht nff way of said hjrhtn -
A north eon- I
Richmond Heights, 12490 Tampa, Fla. SRI 113Everett .arlt feet t t.b o-a radius '49 l minutes 01 seconds East A1"n 1*. Townohin a Potrth Ranee ?2 ,v a41.ts'w. SjaIf fse( land now

Florida SRD NO. 64-K; North Miami. Florida. SRD No. 1 J J. Te1ple..SublvslJ Bk'C eYI..tot.wetnlylTi a north- 2706.49 feet to the beginning of a .".Kt lit a point ms.XT feet westerly aIWI5S TIorlti MIPP# tbern'el run

zu Blanche King 1501 Sligc Avenue' tberrre of the Ct lc fe ni. curve concave to the easterly having ft"n th" southeast ''.r of .14 .steemy ai'prnith f415 of 1 ndsM.

Henrietta (hantle 1450 Suthwes SJth .nnt. Tampa. Fla. SKD 198 page : Brator4 Cout. For. easterly Ad carve through 46 a a radius of 5729.578 feet. run thence V-tlon 1C. run tit we Xnrtk 11 ". .w.w Iiwflpt )'w slsj flOPj5 Miller a

Richmond. 'lti. SKD No In Edna Townsend If'lvig and n' ntord1-wt' and within fe |total central o'S deeres >northeasterly along said curve through ".-q33 'FntofP1O *9 fnn** Fast .'i 'lo. SC SiC t1 fst tt a 31int.which

Florida SRD 0 n-R. KinaU50SuUnret deceased, the heir 4e lying Est'ff State Road 200, minutes a distance 571.67 feet tote an angle of 9 degrees 09 minutes 35 1111S4 ft to the IxxHnnlne of aiu.'e 4w *AA feet north nf
.. IU .9th Avenue 'vlaees. and/or other claimants the/'luey le. o end ot"said curve, run thence. .second a .distant ci nUt feet to concave te. the westerly having (Continued' on next page>



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.THURSDAY-JVNE-5,. 193S BRADFORD lXU>i'l' TELEUHArtt, BTAK&B, FLMS10A PAGE TJILRTfEiresiu

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Iron stak set in the west right of a distance cf 493.32 feet to aa iron I Uience-"nbrfh ir'degrees: mlnues easterly I I mlnutea 53 seconds East 64 fact run San So. 1C1-B Right .f Way along ssid: curve thp-mli a t< ''Iui.I.l )

' ; t1suvi sIiy 4wtt way IJntt of State Road 200 (former- slike; run thence South 02. degrees 0))> :ueconda East 2V lJi teeV'1* from ,Uxe>.soulhu-fcst corner of said thence North 16, degrees 32 nmlnutesV i That part ot: # Ut i.1 dt'g _
'L, 1n-t e1ed 'i/"St4te IJoa V1nC TWJf oitl 05 minutes a's awl: pijraUe.1, to the 1[ beginning ofa'tlirve"jnca\ Cuesouth.eastery !-Sectton' 2C1 run then.ee;" North 31 ie- ., Sv*;' iid tart 171I.20 fet't to the. Onv- acre in southwest corner of We;" 45 I'etfLIdsatsLaIIt'C of bm. ifeit
Iht : ai f iit SI4Le ljignway 0? minutes 08 seconds -Ea'st north ,UuieofsMi4 at Ixit ? West Railway in Woodlawn to the end of sutitl i-uiie. run
17 degrees -4g julnuUf.west'and along easterly boundary Qf e tid. section a having a radius ot greta .ecUTi ***t *r.l '
zu uu Ueupat q, 1ere-, the west Eight of way. line of State chance ot 125.1; fet to an iron 'sakeon' 1763,9.431 feet.,run thence northeastery 2066.54 fe*< V th0'"*' o[ Beginning >oint. J61.8 'fe westerly from the Subdivision Section IS. Township I thence North 16 degrees T9 miuuus
'th. a.,c(tvjjijucucmjjcui 'Q4'.u Road 2(4 fur distajKe o( 416.7 feet 'the' BQHtherJy boundary' .of said \ aong) eatd. curve, through a total ; of west lano.:centerline, said northeast corner of said Section 23. South.. Range 22 East, according to 36 seconds East 3t)4iM) feet to the
tends'a/e totaled m'JbJV qt SWanqwe to aa iron slake hence run norU} bectiou; run'thence'north !((9 degrees I central angle of'15'degrees'02 minutes point being the. beginning oL.a curve ALSO: 'a. map of Woodlawn. which said map beginning of a curve concave to the

NVjf'4 a t V-f *2&t oL iii& *UcVkfcy in tuit) SecUviuX'9Q&6U of {*;3.2A feat to an iron stake, of said s etlon" a distance of 4924fert end of said curve, run thence North a radius" 11,459.16, feet run thence That pcirti > "4ntl *nge..lying: Xnlft" >t IlISIice) run north 12 degrees 30 mkime ,to point .of begiiming, 31' degrees 07 minutes -Q8 seconds northeasterly along said curve'througha west' of Seaboard Railroad : LESS 9. BorfeL Page I, i curve through an angle of 3 degrees
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withla 119. toet, of thesurvey total central 1 acres to Jane Dyrd LESS 3 b1K easterly of and within 5s* 1* minutes 47 seconds a distance
( easl for a distance of 4312 feet lying west of and'' within 55 feet Bast 374.96 feet to the east line of angle of It-degrees Si : acres
uu& @tts.te Road. *(M) iicttioB 2sOt w said |rcn stake 'at said point of of the present ceatgrline. of State said Section 34 at a pout 505.4 'feet minutes 01 seconds 'a distance of ( to R. E. Blanchard all being .In feet Qt the survey line ot State Road of 326-31 feet to. the north line
(Ul) OL.said survey Uiw being-tfe. ; tzrnin& Head 2007 Section 2S01(1I01, said southerly from the northeast corner 2916.67 feet the'end ot said curve Section 23. Township 5 South, Range 200, Section 2O1 BtcUted aa. follow; lying westerly of and within 55 cttnterline being described as follows: of said Section 34. i and centerline. of -west lane for purpose 22 East survey Une being described as follows feet easterly from the northwest corner
eginning'on Uie south line of .tUvn > (itt of the survey line of State Bqad Beginning on the south line 'of the Containing 1.150 acres, more or of reference run thence south 73 .lyin? westerly of and within 119 : of said Section 12,
: in, 1'QHuship. i South, Range 12 2.00.> Section -2801(114)201. said survey XE4! of NE'4 of Section 16. Town- less exclusive of existing road right degrees 27' minutes 53 seconds East feet ot the survey line cf State Road Beginning on the south line of Containing 1.041 acres more or less
Ea$t .at a. point 110,12 'feet 'easierly line being described as follows: kill B | outh. Range' 22 East at a cf way. 120 feet run thence north 16 degrees 200, Section 2.01 (lii) 201. between Section. 14. Township 5 South Range exclusive of existing road right of
frwu UAA south*tst corner of sa&Uiitn << Beginning on the-south line Of Section pwi t 319.67 feet westerly from the OWNED BY: Charles R. Klien 32 minute 07 seconds East 980.21 ftto'the survey tine .Station 412-1-57,70 and U.. East at a point 561.2 feet westerly way
10. said point being on the. 1; Township 5'' South, Sang 2? south east corner ot NE% of NEV4 and his wife Mary Klien north line"of said'Seclicn 26, the northline. of parent tract,' said from the southeast corner of said OWNED BY: L. R. Green and his
artof a curve cuncaie to the southeasterly'having -., East, at a' point 1690.13 feet easterly of said Section 16 run thence North SUBJECT TO? Mortgage recorded at a point 2960.8 feet easterly from survey" line and survey line station Section 14* run thence North 16 de- wife, iUmle Green.
a radius 'of 'S72 7( from the southwest corner "of said 10 degrees 49 minutes $9 'seconds in Bok- 24 at page- 207 'in favor' of ; the northwest corner' of, said SecUon.j b ing described as follows: gtees .3: minutes 07 seconds East sun X.. us; ill Bight if Way
feet, luence trum -a urgent b Laiugcf Section' 3. said "point being "on the East 1028.05 feet to the beginning of Michael Townsend and his wife, Edna 36, Beginning oi the' south line of Sectmp J347.83 feet t< the- beginning of a That part of:
Aorth22 ti-jircei '.ij i.iuiu., ,ijfeecoods 'to the Townsend if \ ALSO! Township Souths curve conrav to the westerly having Lot 40 in Set-Uon 12.. Township 5
: arc of a curve'concave to the easterly a curve concave easterly having living J 'ind,if defeated, I a Range Z2- -
East run thence n3rt.iUoM.-r> having a radius of 5729.578 feet, a' radius of 2148.59 feet, ran thence the unknown ;1ieirs devisees, and/or \ lying (1 easterly of and' within 55 East at a point J960.8 feet easterly a. radius of 3015.78 feet run thence, sr>uth. Range 22 East in Woodlawn
lyafong said CUte 1Vt.' Jangle thence from"' tangent bearing of northeasterly along said curve through other claimant under said Michael feet of the centerllne ot the east lane from' the southwest corner of ,said soHheasterlv, north- and northwester'y Subdivision as per plat thereof recorded
of 1 degree 58 minuics ,4 mvu.>udatdustance North 11 degrees 38 'minutes 40 sec a U tat central angle of 20 degrees Townsend; and Edna Townsend and of State Road 2.0 of flLI leet lu U.. u.d onds East run northeasterly along 04 minutes a distance of 752.49 'feetto mortgage recorded' in Book' '31 'at 201 between the south line of parent 32 minutes 07' seconds East ,f 12 degrees 19 minutes 20 seconds rent public records of Bradford
of said t-ur\e, ryj 'Uiiiuvv .orL '24* said curve, through'an' angle "of 4' degrees the' end of said curve run thence page 448 in favor of VIola} "Higffins, tract 'and the Intersection of the west 3932.30 feet to' a1' point designated as riitance-;; 645.54 feet to the' east County" Florida.
degrees 49 minutes i, vviiUw iiot 26 minutes '28 seconds a distance north30 degrees 53 minutes 09 &econds"East Isabelle Smith' 'Edna ?,t. Dubose, railroad right 'of' way: tine, and '(2) survey line Station 412-1-57.70. run line of said Section 14 (west line of lying (i) westerly of and Within
911.66 feet to Uie begumiug ot acurve of 444.10 fe t UTthe end of 240U4 feet to the beginning Dorothy Fuerst; Mildred Greene. Thel- easterly of and. to the west railroad thence North J8 decrees .3! minutes usetin n 13 Townshin South, Range 129 feet of the survey line of State
concave to Uje westerly having said curve run"thence North IS degrees of a carve, concave "to the westerly ma Simpson. Bryant 'Arthur Burdett, [ right 'of way line between the intersection 07 seconds East '1718.90 feet to the n Kasty, at a nolnt 1916.37 feet Rad 200 Section 2801' (114) 201
a radius o< 5729-578 feet, run' thence 05 mInutes "08 second? East having a radius* of 572 .57$ feet, 'run Wilma Rh-ers. Augtin R. Burdett. of west railrrad. right qf way north line' of Mid Section J3. "at a' Torlherly from- the southwest corner between the south line of parcel describeo -
northeasterly along said curve through 5093. 7 feet to the north line of said thence northeasterly along said curve Reathl p,' Mercer an4 frry, Bur line and the east right of way line.i Pint 581.J feet" westerly from; the -t mid Stion IS. thence from a above and survey line Station
a total ceatraj ajjgie Of 14 degrees' Section 3 at'a point 191 feet1 easterly through 'a total central angle.1*of 20 dett. i of.State. Road, 200 and the north line northeast corner of said' Section 23' 'snsem hearing of North 4 deeree? 05-1-50.00 and (2) lying westerly of
41 minutes lIr; BecgnOs a distance of from the northwest corner.or NEVi degrees 45 "roioutes Ql seconds a SRI) No. 13$ Bight ot Way of parent tract said centerline being Containing 3.15!. ao/es more or.less, '2 minutes 47 seconds East continue and within 119 fee of said survey
U7q.li> ttet to the end of a14 -curve, of said Section I, "* istarice'of 2075.0- feet to the end of That- part of: described aa follows: exclusive of existing road right of northerly alone said curve throurhn line between survey line Station
run thence North 1Q degreea- nutmeg 'Containing 0.297 acres more or less said curve run thence north 10'rde- E# of NEli qt Section .34, Township Commence on the south line of SecUcjj way. unitle of s'deerees II minutes 55 5QH-50.00 and the north line of
04 ueconUa.Eitt, 2 29.k0 feerto exclusive Of existing road right ot grees ,08 minutes OS seconds East'2795.'b 5 South, Range 22 East. '267 Township S South, Range 22 OWNED BY: B, E. Reddish and -eoonrts a distsinoe'of 326.S4. feet to parcel described above and (3) lying
tM begiiuimg (f a cury euueaa- to way. feet to the beginning of' a lying (1) west of and within -55 Past at. a point 326.85' feet easterly his wife, Ethel D. Reddish,' 'H* n* of jsjyd rup-e, run thence easterly of and within, 55 feet of said

the southeast having a radius of OWNED BY: William F. ?ooth curve concave to the easterly' having feet and (2) eas.1 C ">4 within -119 from the southwest cornet of 'said SUBJECT TO: Mortgage, recorded Vorth 1 decree 59 minutes OS seconds survey line, wid survey line and survey -
5.J21574 feet, rua thenoe nortAfeasterly and his' wife Dorothy Booth. a radius ot S729.57JS feet run thence feet Qf the survey line of State Road $ectton. 26, run thence north 31 'cte- in Book 28 a 'Page 411. in favor of nvst 3i 77J8, feet, ; to the north line of line station being described as
along sai4 cuve through an angle S8D No. 49691'RIht.f; ; Way ortheasterly along said curve through 2.00, Section' .28O,1(114)201.' said surVey frees 07 minutes-08 seconds East Farmers 'Home Administration *M Section 13 at a point 8.4S feet Follows:
0/1 isgres 30 minutes 32 'seconds'a That part 'of: -* an angle of 1 degrees 3.0. minutes 'ti line btjing described as follows: 1987.34 feet to' a point run thence ?RD'u.! 139: 13X light ef Way 'aster'r from the northwest comer Beginning on the south line of Sec
disUaceiOf- l&O.So feet to the north Commence at a co.ncrete monument seconds a Iistance'ot 150.90 feet ,tqule Beginning on the gnuth line qf South 58 degrees 52 minutes 52 seconds That part of; qi4, ijieotlon 13. lion 12, Township S South, Range 23
lAna cf said SecUon lo at a' point set "at the northwest corner' of SE.4 nprUi Una o(. said. Section '10' at Section, 34. Township 5 South, Range East '64 feet to the Point of Beginning A portion of NE'i of *s'E'{ of r. taininTto 101 acres more or less. Kail at a point 8.44 feet easterly
W0.13< f tt easterly from'the'north- of SWH.'ot Section" 3,' Township 6 a P Qit1t KjUlt.U' feet easterly from 22 East at a. point 6 4.74 feet westerly o/ east lane centerline, ..saidpolfit Section ?3. Township 5. South. Ran?' "v. ; iisjve of existing road right of from the southwest corner of said
weU, corner' of 'aiCSectioq 10.Conuiuing .- South,", Hange 1} East, tfience run l$ northwest, cprner. pt said Sectntatiiiig ..from the southeast cprner of W4 being the beginning of a curve 22 East and heing more particularly Section 12, run thence North 1 degree
0.144 acres more or less, South 38 degrees 52. mlnyt.es .east'(or of SRVt of said, Section 34 run thencf; concave to the northwesterly having described as follows: Vn'T'cT'Tl BY:, av-ei Tanner and 59 minutes (IS seconds West 296.52
feet
Q4chLa1 v* -exisUng rod right, q* a distance ot 35Q.1' feet'torap irpn Q.Q3Q acres more or lext1ubve North 1,6 .decrees 05. minutesT 08'sec a radius of 11,459.16 feet thence from Cmnmence at NE corner of aforesaid -- h..sli4. L. R Tann.r. [ to the beginning of a curve con
way. stake for a point of. girtnjPK..' thence of existing road right of ends East 2761.78 feet to the, 'be a tangent bearing of North 31 degrees Sectipn 23 and run thence South '"'V IRS Right of Way cave to the easterly having a radius
oWi'ED BY: Paul Parker run sputh. 76 degrees 12'miputes eAst was.1JWD. ginning of a curve concave to the 07. minutes' 0.8 seconds East run degrees 15 roimites West along Th-t part of; of 5739.58 feet run thence northwesterly. -
bfr1 .g.-&t Light et Way, for a distance of 33Lt: feet to. an BY:, Mae Hammond an4 southeasterly having 'a radius of ncrth-easterly, along( said curve the.northerly boum' iry. thereof adis! On-mon ine at th* northwest mr- north ami northeasterly along
Uh4t part of; -- iron stake set in the west, right of her husband' Eldred R. Hammond 7639.431 feet run thence northeaster through a total central angle of 14 degrees tance ot 596.47 feet to the westerly -r .cf ..Ix-t >4. W.oIawn. SwHon said curve through a total central
iicgin at the intersection of way line of State Road 200 (fprm rly Kp.>*.' iji-fc lilgW ,f Hay ly along said curve' throuerh/a total 35 minutes Ot seconds a distance boundary of right of way of State T"nshio 5 KoiHh Range 2 2 East angle of 18 degrees S8 minutes 44
SUMrload Ko. 13 aii the coqqty State Road 13. thence run South U That part of: central nmtle of U **Krfre OJ minutes of 2916-67 feet to the end of Tirad .No. 200. 'inin thence South) 17 -nd nm S"ntb alone the East side seconds he a distance of 1847.9 'feet to
graded road as now constructed uz degrees48 1 minutes west and along (1) NWVi of NEi4 ot SEK! and a distance of '004.44 feet to the said curve and east lane' centerline degrees 19 minutes West ailing sttif f the ri-ht of way of State Road : end of said curve run thence
Md'vouUv'line the N% of thq SVV UIQ. west right of way line of Sate EVi ot SW& of SE'A EXCEi'T par- end Xf Fa id' curve, run thence..North for purpose of reference run thence westerly, boundary a distance of 16.47 > a 13. ,44 feet to the. point of beinnine North 16 degrees 29 minutes 36 seconds
it Vf{Section 10, Towusiup 6 SuuUi, RpaA 200. for a distance of 414.7 Range 'it* East and run north aluugM6 tq an iron stake, thence run North ord, all in Section 34, Township 5bouth. East 374.96 feet to the east line of onds West 22 feet' run thence North way of-State Road >To. S-li; in Kast to the West fide cf as survey line Station
\ east ruiht, ot way. line. o.f t>ta(9begmnrng *-degrees 46 minutes, west fora .. Range 22 E' (Z) Lota .5ti and said Section 34. af a point 505.4 feet 16 degree? 32 minutes 07 wends East point of beginning; run thence South ilic right of way of the S. A. L. Rail- 505-1-50.00. continue thence North 16
1ua4 :No. 'u; 440 feet for a flQiut f distance of 8.93.25 feet toan Iron a 7 east of'tate Road 20U ; NVi' of southerly fmm the northeast corner 1073.03 feet to the north line of said 8 9 degrees' 15 minutes West along said cay, Uience run North along the West degrees 29 niinutes 36 seconds' East
;. uitnce run 22V lee.t uorthaiwr stake thence run north 12 degree \WU east of State Road 200'; Sftof of said Section 34? r Sectipn 26. at a point 2960.8 feet east southerly boundary a di tanoe! "of ide of the right of way of the S. A. L.uillway 3017.11 feet to the beginning of a
the satu eas right of way 20 'minutes east fora distance .of i SWii of N W Vf r all''in "Section. U, Containing 3.9S9: acres m 're or less erly from the northwest corner of 845.6 feet to iron* ake; run thpn<'e 70 feet thence run West to the curve concave to the easterly having
thence aouth along'said tahway right 439.2 feet to said iron stake at said Township 5 South Range '22 East exclusive of" existing road right of said Section 26. Sooth 15 dferees '42 mfnutesj"West a ast Side of the "right' way o.f a radius of 5729..S8 feet run thence
ol way 220 feef thence west to the point of beginning- 3) .NEK of NWU except 3H' acres wav. ,' -' Containing 1.096 acres more or less, dista oerof S4J rt 'feet lo Iron sfake Bate Road No.' 13. thence run South northeasterly along said curve through
ea.st side'of ute Koad No! 1$ right lying west of> and within 55 feet hi northeast corner and, EXCEPT-"6 OWNED BY- D.V Purban' and his exclusive of, existing road right of run thenoe North "TS"deorpeR' 41, h'inutes long the East side of the right ofvay an angle of 3 degrees 15 minutes 47setends
f:way and tiolnt of'beginning Ijiiig of the survey Una. of State- Road 200Sectiii acres In the southeast corner west of wife' Leta M. Durban East a Jlsfan ,nf S18.7 ifeet of State rtoad Xo. 13 to the a distance of 326-31 feet to
and bmg'm Section 'i'owusbip b i 01(114)20V'.' said survey late Road No. 13 and except '1 OCCUPIED BY:. Graham Byrd and way.OWNED BY: Ahner Yarbrouh nVre"brlevg" in"af>.rp. aH" westerly point of begi ning. the north line of said Section 12 at a
3outb. JKaage 33 East and .fontaaniuga line being described 'as follows; ere In NW corner of S.ection 26' his 'wife MJIdre4 Byrd. and, his wife Edna Yarbrough an Incompetent boundary of' right't "way of state lying easterly of and within 55 point 1366.59 feet easterly from the
acres Xiitre or tebg. .&LS I; Beginning on the soUth line of Sec. TWP. 5 South; 'Range 22 East (4) KRD No. 11T:138 Rlcbt of War person. Road No. 20Q run thence, Xorth' 17 feet of the survey line of State Road nortwest corner of, said Section 12.vtmiiuiiuig .
wnmg at the northwubt corner lion 8, Township1 '6 South, Range 22 N% 'of Lot $ of Section 13, ..TownshipST That part t:. situ N 148. Bight of Way degrees, 19 minutes Estalqnr said 200. Section 2801. (114) 201, said survey u.om acres more or less
<& ttiett;% ot the'NW 'oC S\V 4 of East at -a": point'1890.13' feet easterly South; Range. '22 East. lying (Ij That certain* tract or parcel of That part of: westerly boundary thence, North 17 line being described as. follows: exclusive of existing road right of

Section lu, Township fi Spu'tlj, Kange from the' southwest corner of said west of and, within 55 feet of the land containing 1 and 23/100 acres, NH of SEW of KW"i4 of Section degrees 19, minutes East along 'said Beginning on the south line of Section way.OWNED
g aat. and un pt iitatice Section 3, said ,point being on the arc syrvey lineS between survey Jjne station more or less, lying in the SK of"SWWot ?6. Township 5 South, Range 22 East, westerly bouijdary a distance .of 450 14, Township" a. .Sputh, Range wife BY: J L, Waters and his
of 62a feet1 to a point o{ peginniugj Ot"a curve concave to the' essterly 269-1-00'' and the north line qfSW4 SW<4 ot .Section 26 Township 5 excepting therefrom all that portion feet to 'point Qf busipntng, tt East ala point 561.2 feet westerly Lois A. Waters
Uwnce run oast a aUtance of 3is leet having "a radiu'' pt "$7 9.578r feel 'of E4 Of sa4! Section 34. alsq South Range .22. East, Bradford of.NH of SW 4 of NW' lying ,West .lyjng (1) westerly of and within from .the southeast cornerof said in SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded
to the west ngtit ot way line of Slate thence from ar tangent "bearing of. between, survey line. Station Cfuuty Florida, described as follows of old State Road No. 13 sold tp. 119 feet of the. survey line of State Section 14, run thence North 16 degrees A. Book X 38 at Page 443 in favor of
tvoad RO.- 13, thence riiu southerly urI.Ji 11 degrees 38 minutes 40 se.c- 281-1-3.7.15 and the'porth line of SE4 :. Theodore Cross 5-acres lying 'alone Road 200. Section, 2801 (114) ,201 32 minutes 07 seconds East Yarbreugh.
;nii4 the' wea riglit'ot way line of ond. East ru.n northeasterly along of sal4 Section 34 and (2) lying Starting from southwest corner ot the east % of old State Road 13. between the South line of parcel1 described 134.7.83 feet to the, beginning of a SRI That) >e. 174 Right of Way
Mia-Bute Read Ao/u. a Jistanie; of ba. curve t)>rougi afl nele of 4 east of and within 119. feet of the Section 26* Tpwnbhip 5 South, Range and 5-acres lying along west side of above and survey line Station curve cqncaye to the westerly having part of:
b.Th teet- 'thence run wet4 a dis degrees 26 minutes 28 seconds. a d.jsIfMtce'pf survey line of State Road 2(10.( Sec- 22 East and run east along stct.it NEW, State Road 'No. 13 for mjor'e 42H-00QQ and (3) lying westerly of a' radius of. 3015.7.1 feet run thence SH of Lot 23 and SH of Lot 24 in
tance of: 105 feet: thence' run North 4U.1Q teel to the end of said U6n' 2SOKUD201( said survey line line 347 feet, thence north 274 'feet accurate descriptions public records an.4 within IU feet ot said survey, northeasterly north anti' northwesterly Wiodlawn in Section 12; Township
a distance of 777 feet to the point ot curve run' thence North 16 degrees and ''survey line stations being de- for a point' of beginning 'bald point of' Bradford County. Florida; line between survey line Station ak'ngsaid curve- throngh an angle 5 South, Range 23 East,
Ugwouig.; tXCEW: : ; 03 minutes. Q8 secoqdq East 5993.37 scribed aa follows: being Ue) intersecton 'of'East 'right of also except the right of ways of 014 42K-1-QO.OO and the north line of of 12 degrees 19 minutes- second; lying (1) Westerly of and within
begin at the southwest corner of-E'WAW14"bf feet to th5 n rth line of said Sectioa :Beginning on the south line of SW- way of Old State Road No: 13 (north State Road, No. 13, now State Road parcel described above, a distance ot 648.54 feet to- the- east 119 feet uf' and (2y Easterly of and
% SVVii of Section 10 3 at a point 631 feet easterly from 14 *t SEU of said Section 34 at a sjdoof present dirt road), thence I N'o. 13 the Seaboard Airline .Railway Beginning on the south line, of line.of. said Section 14. '(west line of within Road 55 feet of the survey line of
IvwnBhtp 9 South, hange 22 East run the north.west corner t K4JV* of saidScttion point 64.74 feet westerly from the north 8 degrees 30 minutes east along and Old Graded Road paralleling Section 23,' Township 5 South. Range Section 13 .Township 5 South. Range State 200, Section 2301 (114)
east $3.1,- fact to west right of way line 3, Contacting 0.210 Seres, more southeast, corner of'i,SWVi of SCV4 olfcaid east side of right of 'way of' QI4 Seaboajrd Airline Railway on the East 22 East at a point?2960.8 feet easterly -. 22 Eastat a -point 1916.37 feet as"!01,follows said survey line being described
or tSUte-Koad 2lU) th.eiu.-e id a north- r UBS. e asterly oirectton along s id. west right of way. is degrees 05 minutes-* seconds east to west right of way'of New '-lying Westerly of and within 55 feet Section 23, riuVThence' North 16: de of' Ha-Section 13, thence from a Beginning on the south line of Section
right of way line ofSt4te; Kpad .No. OWNED BY: Joseph H. Gumber.Sr. East 1239.41 feet toa point designated State Road No.' 13, 28'0 feet, thence of the centerline of the west lane of grees32 minutes' 07 seconds East tangent bearing of North 4 degrees I!. Township" & South Range
East
2QU .2al.O feet, thence westerly 181.0 ..- and his wife Josephine A. Gum aa survey line station 269--00| south 32' degrees 30 minutes west State'Road 200. Section 2801 (114) 5474.80 feet'to"a point designated as 12 minutes 47'seconds East continue 22 from the at a point 8.48 feet easterly
feel; thence south 2,50.Q feet to point her continue thence north 16 degrees 05 along west right"of way ofXew State 201. said centerline being described surveyline Station 428-1-00.00, con northerly along said curve through Section southwest -corner of said
of- begiiyiingr'-and lying in southwest SUBJECT TO: Lease recorded In minutes 08 seconds East 1237.15 feet RoaA'No: 13 .to present dirtroad, 289 as follows: tinue1 thence North 1 16 ,degrees 32 an- angle of 6 degrees 11 mInutes 55 12, run thence North 1 degree
59
corner' f KH'of Xw' Q( SVVH ol Book 23 at page 333 in favor Qt to a' point designated as surrey line feet, thence nortl1 72 degrees. west Commence on the south line of Section minutes 07"seconds East 176.60 feet seconds distance of 326.24 feet to minutes OS seconds West 296.52
Section 10. t'ownship-.B $ mto, Hange Freeman Register, Sr. and ills wife. Station 281-1-37.15, continue thence along north side of :dirt roaij 167 26. Township 5 South, Range 22 on" the north Mine''of 'sId $>ection 23, the end of said curve, run thence North feet to the beginning ofa tiirve concave
21 East. \lying (1) westeny Alice Register' north 16 degrees 05 "minutes" 08 seconds feet' to point of bcgmning, East at a point- 336.85 feet; easterly at a point 561.2;feet westerly from 1 degree 59"minutes 08 seconds West to the easterly' having' a radius
of .and within 55 feet and OCCUHED BY: James M. Hill East 235.22 feet to' the begin lyjrg: 'eSlj of aod within 55 feet from the southwest corner of said the n6rtheast' corner qf sai1' Section 3077.18 feet to the north line of said of 5729. feet, run' thence north

U) lying easterly of anu within bBU Xo. 105 Right of Way ning of a" curve concave- to' the'east- of the1 survey line of State. Road 200, Sectipp 26. run thence North 31 degrees 23, Section 13 at a point 8.48 feet easterly westerly said, north and northeasterly' total
12fiet of the centerline of That part of: erly having a radius of '7639.437 feet Section 2801(114)301,' ; said' survey 07 minutes. OS seconds East 'Containing Q.S71 acres.more or less, from the northwest corner of said along curve through a central
pregen State Road ZOO, Swtion- 201 South ; 60' feet of SEV4 of NAi'Vi un' thence? northeasterly' along said line being described, as follows: 29.66.54.feet. to the Point of Beginning exclusive 'of existing road right of Section 13. angle qf 1? degrees 28 minutes

(114)Z01. said centerline being des- and South 6SO feet of SW% of NEV* curve. through *a total central angle Beginning on the; south line ot of west lane centerline, said point way. Ctntaining 0.037 "acres more or less, 44. seconds a distance of 1847.92 thence feet
vmo 8 lohowa: Bait "of State Road No. '13 and West of 15 degrees 02 minutes a'distance Section 2$. Township 5 Sooth, Range being the. beginning of a curve concave OWNED B.Y: Albert Sappenfield exclusive totr existing road right of to the end of a'd' curve, run
1egiunmng on the south line, -of the of S." A.- Li' Railway in Section 3. of 2004.44. 'feef to the end of sai<\ 2? East, at a poiru'32S.lj3 feet easter 1p the' northwesterly having radius. and" his wife, Ruby Sappenfield. way. North \$ degrees 29 minute to tjie? 36 seeu'nda
feet begin
Ot .vii i' ot Section IK, Towntloutn. Township' C' Sfuth TUnge ti East curve," run thence North 31 degrees ly from the southwest corner, of aid ,of 11459.16 feet run thence north SUBJECT JQ; \luctgage recorded OWNED BY: Dave Tanner and his Eqt 3045.83 (to the east
$iui1 Uanse Z3 lu at at a lying easterly of and within 118 01 minutes 08 seconds East 374.96. Stctipu .26, run thence. North 31 4e-' easterly a nng said curve through in Book 3$ at page. US. and Mortgage wife, Florence Tanner. ning of a curve concave,
l* V t lLe.s i ..leet westerly irun the feet "of-the survey line of Stated Road feet to the east, line of said Section grees Q7 nimutes 08 seconds East' total central angle of 14 degrees 35 recorded in .Bcol 39.at Pag .4a, in SKIS Xo. 'lt>9 Right of Way erly having a radius of 5729.5.8 feet said
kfUJLh tL :209, Section 2801(114)201( said survey 34, at a point. 505 4 feet southerly 2624.73, feet to the beginning of a' minutes 01 seconds a distance' of favor 'of Acme J-'niteji lifer.Insurance That part1of" run thence northeasterly, of alopg
utareta inluuita us teconua t ibtleel Beginning on the soifth line of Section ion 34. having a radius of i39.4.7 feet run' and: ceqtfrluie of west lane for purpose MED No. 159-Ri 352, Right e( Way according to plat recorded in Plat seconds line said
*. tY the beginning oftoiiLUve aclii 3."Township 6 South, Range"2? thence northeasterly along said curve of reference run thence South That part of: [ Book'l, Page 1 of the public records 326.31 feet to the north Cf. feet
IS
e to iiie eaaieny waving a East at a. point 1690.1 feet'easterly A parcel of land in Section 26.>through an angle of. 3 degrte '55 73 decrees minutes 53 seconds Eaf The NE4. of SE 4 of Section 14, of: Bradford County,, Florida in "Sec- Section 12 at a point 6-$9, of
r.4Lu a ix aii6. feei, run uienceiiuitheastwly t.onV the. southwest "coiner ot said 'Qwnship 5 SoUth, Range 2; East minutes 49 Seconds a distance ,'ol 20 feef run thence North 16 degrees Township i South Range 22 East, lion 11," Township 5, South, Range easterly from the-north west,corner
along said curve through Section" 3! said point. befng op the arc as described above $24.05 feet to Uie, nonh 'lin of SWVi 3* niinutes 87. ttecqndp East 9SQ.7 lying westerly ot and within 119 22 East said Suction 12, less,
a .total cciurai aiigie of zu degrees of a curve concave to the easterly -lying westerly., of .and. within 55 of said Section 26, at a point 616.42 feet to the" north line of said Section feet,, of the survey, tine of State Road lying; westerly, of and within 119 Containing 0.503 acres more or of
1)4) minutes distance of 7 2.i! fett having a.radju$ ot 57: .578 feet. feet o{ the centerline rf the west lana fee\ westeny front the northeast 'curd _6, 'at a point; 2960.8 feet easrly 200. Section 28.01 (114)' 201. said sur reet>f the survey line of State Road exclusive of existing road right
tte the end of saiu curve, run thence thence from a tangent bear of State Road 200. Section 2801(114)- ncr of SWb of said Section 26, from the northwest corner, of bald veyline being described as follows:' 200 Secton WO; U4-201 said survey way.OWNED BY Dorothy Rid
lyortti .30% degrees 53 ininmts Uit secouu Ing "of Nonh. 11 degrees ,3 101, said centerline being described Containing- 0.023' acres,' 'more 01 Section 26.ALSO Beginning on the south line 'of line, being described aa follows: and: Agatha husband Frank
Dineen her
tt-z4U.14 feet to"the &gwuimmg minutes 4.0 seconds East .run north- as follows: less exclusive of existing road. ;right ? Section -Township 5 South, Range Beginning on the south line of Sec ley ,
01,_.a curve concate to merautuiui etetiyMdwaa eagerly along said curve through an -.Beginning the south line of said of way. I tying easterly of and to the west 22 East at a point-561.2 feet westerly tion ,f!, Township 5 South, Range 22 Dineen.SKU Au. liJ-R Right .f Way
a4Lb tee run angle of 4 degrees 26 minutes 2i Section 25, at 4 point 326.85 feet QWA'ED BYr George,> Estes and railroad right of way line of the cen- from the southeast corner'' of said Ea.s.t t a point 8.4 feet easterly from I
tJaLc. iioruieaaieuy among said curvs seconds a distance, of 4.4.4.10 feet t9the. easterly from the southwest corner Ills Wife Bethna M. Estes' ""' terUne of the east lane of State Road Section 14, run thence North 16 degrees the, .southwest corner of said Section That part of: of ot
of NWK
of gWH
Ifirougu a- total 'ceiiUai Viigie of 3d, end of said curve, run thence, of bald Section, 26, run thence North SUBJECT 1O: Mortgage recorded 200. Section 2801 (114) 201, said centerline '- 32 minutes' 07 'seconds 'East Ig, ,run thence -Xorth 1 uegree 59 Nfe X\t
12 5 South Range
Ue ree ..i M1U4UUS.UI bu.ouU 4 lilt.tauce North li degrees 05 minutes 08 seconds 31 degrees 07 minutes 08 seconds East hi Book 38 'at- page '339 in favor 'of being described as follows i 1347.83 feet to' the beginning of a minutes OS txxxjiuU West 29 .i2 feet Section Township ,
of .O cu ve, run tuciite oriri 1U degree line of said Section '3-at a point (31 of west lane centerline and the beginning E. Kucera." 26,' Township 5 South, Range 22 a 'radius of 3015.78 'feet, run thence to the easterly having a radius of lying (1) westerly of
of and
0* juinutbK Us secouus tat 2i a.b3 feet easterly from the northwest corner ,- of a curve concave to the Mil) >o. 139:140 Bight of Way East at a point 326.85 feet easterly northeasterly"nbrtb and "northwesterly -. 5749-58 feet rise 'thence northwesterly 114 leet of and (2)- easterly line of
1 eel to the begmuiiig of vvvej con- ol NE4 ot said Section 1. trebterly having a radius of 11,459'16 That Part ofr TCimmtncing from -pouthwest corner of said along said curve through an' angle north and, iiortiieasteny along said within ai feet of tile surtey
cam to the tabteriy having. radius Containing 0.985 acres more or less feet' run thence northeasterly "along at the point where Section 26, run thence North 31 degrees of 12 degrees 19' minutes-"seconds curve through a total central angle State Koad ZOO, line Section 4a01 described(114)
01. ZLb teet, run thcuce norihejLSieny ( exclusive of existing road right olW& said curve through a total central the south line'of Section 26, Township 07 minutes 08 seconds East a distance* of 48.S4 feet to' the' east of 18 degrees 28 minutes 44 -secondsa 2U1, said Survey being
alongsaid of 14 :35 minutes 01 5 to poinf run thence line' of said' Section' 14 (west line .of dikUnc of as loliows:
curve through an V. angle degrees : South Range 22 .East intersect 1987-34 ,feet a 1847.93leet to the end the south line of Seolod
augie of 1 uegrees'Su minutes 3i secqimsa OWNED BY: Angelo Melt and his seconds a distance of 2916.67 feet the west line, ;of the right of way south 58 degrees. 52 minutes 52 secondsvEast Section"IS, 'Township '5 South Range of said cune,. run thence North 16 "beguiumg on 22
dwtauce- laO.'sO teet to tile wife Mary Meli to the end of-said curve, run thence of S. A. L. Railway thence run north (4'feet to the Point'of Beginning 23 East)." at a"point ,1916.37 feet degrees 29 niinutes o north li&eof bali Section 10. at apuiui SBD No. iO1S7:2$ eight of Way nonh-16 degrees '32 minutes 07 sec-, erly along the west line of said Rail of east lane centerline, said northerly from the Southwest corner 3045.85 feet to the beginning of a i.lu-t at a point 5.45 leel easterly said
ot
l.au.U ltd easterly trora Ue That part of: onds'East' 1239.58 feet to the' begin- way right of'way for a diajanc* ot point being y e beginnyiB of a curve c( said Section 1,3, \henpe ftum a tangent curve concave to the easterly haying run me 12 southwest'theuce corner North 1 degree
Aprtowest corner ofsald Section lu The north 115 yards of NE& of ning,of1 a curve"concave' to the easterly 420' fet to a point, of beginning concave to the northwesterly, having bearing 'of North, ,4 degrees 42 a radius of 5729.58 feet, run thence section run Went
Voiitainutg 0.338 acres more or less. SW;4 that lies east of State Road<3 having a radius of 3819.11 feet thence" run west tp the east right of a radius of 11,459.16 feet thence from minutes 47 seconds East 'continue northeasterly ul ng said curve through Jy minutes Us 'bee-onus of
Wiu n 01 existing road. right otwajj. No. 200 in Section' 8V Township < run' thence northeasterly along said way lin.e 'of'state.' Road 2JIO (L'. S.: a'tangent bearing tf North 31 degrees northerly along bald curve through an angle of 3 oVgrees minutes 47 Ib.d2! 'teet lo the beginning having a
cuite the
Sruth, Ranee 2J East curve, through a total central angle 301) thence run southerly along' the 0iminutes 08 seconds EasI full an. angle of"6 degr.ees.il minutes 55 seconds a distance of 326.31 feet to concave to easterly. thence
ort'NED BY: Jthn A. Shadd. ST., > lymg east of and within 11$ feel of 3'degrees 56 minutes 03 seconds-a east, line of said State Road 200 ,, for I northeasterly along said curve through seconds\ djs'tance/of 3J6.J1 .ftet to the northline of said Section 12, at a radius of ilZS.aS tee aim!, run nonbtatleriy -
and his wife Mildred K ShaddSHU of the survey Unf of State Road 200 distance of 262.28 feet' to the'end'of a'distance of 240 feet, thence run a total central angle of 14 degrees '35 the end qf said curve run .Ihenw a-point 1366.59 feet "easterly from the hut westerly.said north tout
U Uiikt er May Sectfcfj 2&01(1U)2( ) -said survey skid curve' Wand the"beginning. of'a easterly,' to said, point ot beginning; minutes II seconds a distance or North '1 degree 59 minutes !$ seconds noahwest corner of said Section 12, along curve It" through"Zd minutes a
That part of: line being described' follows curve, cpncave to the 'westerly hav lying easterly of and within 119 2916.67 feet to the end of said ourVe West 307.l8 feet tq the' norti_ line of Containing 1.197 acres more or less, centra augie. of oistaiite'ot degrees 1847.92 test
IkfiUiuuyj at the northwest corner Beginning on the south line of Section log a radius"ft 3819.71feet, run fee( of the purvey line of State fiend and east lane centerline, for purpose saiu Section 13, at a point jf.4.8. feet exclusive of'existing road right of 14 feeconua a
cc tfei ot iN'VV 4 of SVV'i of Section 3, Township 6 South.1 Range 2! hence northeasterly along said cur.Ve 200. Section 2$01(114)201.: Bald survey of reference run thence north 73 degrees easterly from -the .noithwet corner way.' to the end of fcam cur\e' tun' 36'thence

10, 'tvwnsiup t iiouth, It.m-ugeU East East at a: point l$90.li feet :easterly 9 djstancgX 262.2.8 feet to the .ndof < hue being described as' follows. 27 minutes 53 seconds West TZ .of said Section 13 OWNED BY: J. s: Eunice, Jr. and Aorui' Eabt'iu4e.5 Ib degrees i 29 lest Intitules to'the and run bouth a diMduce. ot 525 ttet. trom the southwest corner of, said said *curve and end of said west Beginning on, the south line* of feet ran thence North 16 degrees 32 Containing 2.109acrea uioie or- lees, his wife, Krancys Eunice. onus the
thence run Eau a aibtauce of sib Section '3.'sIct' pohfl being on the arc lane ..ceuterllne thence for purpose Section, 26. Township 5 South; -Range minutes 'o: seconds East .U73JI3 feet eiekistve v.of 'existing road right, -ofO.WXED SlID >., 1S i Ill Right .f Way ning ot a curve cyucave of 5729.i to *easterly feet,
i> t to the west-right of lute of to the easterly 22 north line of saii Section 26, THat 'of ''" having a radius
way of a 'curve concave of reference run south 73. degrees 27minutes,53 East at.a point 326.83 feet easterly to the way. part : said
said, &Uie Koad 12, thence northerly havhig a 'radius ; 'o( 5729.578 fet, seconds .East 2 feet, run from the southwest corner of said at a point 2968.8 feet easterly trom. BY: along road right of way a distance] thence trom a": tangent bearing, of thence South 16 degrees 32 minutes Sectjtn 26, run thence north 311 1 degrees the northwest corner -of said Section wile Hazel Wall.SUBJtXJT in"Section 12, Township 5 South. curve turough an augie. of ? degrees vfiZfcSl
of ail.Si feet.-thence run west a dis- north 11 degrees 38. minutes' 4Q sec.onds. .- 07 seconds West ,715.42 feet to the 07 minutes 06 "seconds* 'East 26; TO: Mortgage recorded KaiiK'e- 22, East, lying west of State 5.1 niiauie 47 atcunos north a line distance of' said
tani-uL 4k teel to the point of bel *- Eat run northeasterly", along north line ot said Section 26 at. a 2624.73 feet to the 'beginning 'of 'a Containing 0.181 acres, more or less, in Book 39- at Page 32 in favor 'of ; Koad' No. 2UO (formerly State Road test to tue test
gwuizig, E.\CT said curve through an angle of 4 degrees point : so.s tea easterly from the curve concave to the northeasterly exclusive of existing; road rignt of W. R. Strickland and his wife,"Rowtblricklifnd. Mi'i3)ALSO: Section 12 at a poiut UB6.s9
tile northwest corner
> gm at .the northwest corner of 26 minutes. 28 seconds a dwtanee northwest corner oC said Section 26. having a radius of 7639.437 feet, run WAV*" r '' 'A "* %>'E'. of SEU.-Of SE'4 of Section easterly trout
;\a o(. K>V"U of SWW of Section IV, of 44.4.10 feet to the end 'ofsfdd ALSO ; thence northwesterly along said curve OWNED BY; Steve Starling, Jc. au.4. OCCUPIED BYt H. U. Statotf* and 11. township.;* uutli. Range 22 East, ot said Section 12, less
!1ohiR 1 South Kiittge 22 EaL. eirve.'.run thence North 16 degrees A pamcel of.land, in Sections 12 and through an angle of 3 degrees -55 his wife Vivian Starling. his wile,' aiary I). Stau/n. also described as Lot 20, Woodlawn, Containing O-JOti acres more or ot,
run Soutl) ailv.O feet, thence 05 minutes OS seconds East Township 5 South Range 22 East minutes 49 seconds ''a'"distamee' of SaD No. 154; 1S5 Right pt, Way eut >w. lttt Hifut 51' Way m Section 11, Township 5 South, exclusive 01 exi&tkig road right

3aj.6 lee| to west right of way tine 5083.37 feet to the north line Of said described r above 624.05 feet to' the' north line' 0, ?W44of rlbat-part of.: 'l hat' purt"ofr '"' ''Range 22. East according to uap of way.uWNED BY Sauna Eunice Clara
of.;State Bo. 200, thence In 'a Section 3 at a pointS (91 feet easter lying east of and within 55 feet said Section, 26 at a point 676.42 Begin at the southeast Lcorper oltria I luai PUHHIU of Lot 40, Woudlawnin' \Vooul4wn recorded in public Records : husuaiut, J. A.
northerly direction along said west; fypm the northwest corner -.of NE.K and wect. of and within 119 feet of feet westerly from the northeast.cr gularUt 1 of Town of 1.wtey. T Ssectfuil" "U; 'TOvtiiehip 3 S.utn. of 1 Bradford. County, Florida, M. Lane and her her, husband
41. Green and
rleht.qt way. line, of State Road NQ.2uO of said Sec tloa 3,; the survey line of State Road 290. ner'of'SWVi of said'Section 26, iccerCvi to. ma* or plat thereof, aa I iwUigc Zt 'lalL': lying West of Seab<-uiuAii'ilue lying westerly n>( and- within 119 Lianen Ebfele and
L. Green Euu M. Hary
324.*4 feet thence West 4fi.5f Containing 0.515 acres more or,lejs Section 2801(114)301.said) survey Containing 0.380 acres more or. less, the same appears of record to the.ot- Ka'urodd 'and east 1 of V>tTifeiu leet, of 11w survey line of State RoaczUu. B. T., J. H.
S1 tq BOUlt of becuming. and lying exclusive of existing roa4 right ofway. line being .described as fellows; exclusive'"of existing* ipad, right oiway. iioo, the Clerk of CtrcuU .C9ur* ijBcadfvrd >au No. iW (loruieny* SUte Road Section ZOUl (114) 201. said her r.unice husband and his L.wile Bary, Certrudel ,
In northwest corner ot EM of AVVfcof. : Beginning on .the'west line of' See- .-" County, Flvida in Did l.rTba'Kf lot ib -uunibeieb''attoruiiig i ilo'iuap survey lyu> bungdescribedas follows /. S. Eunice Jr. and bU wile,
SM14 ot Section 1Q. Xownship k OWNED BY: Stanley, A.' Miller tioR 13. Township's South; Range !S OWNED BY.? F. R. 'Crradin and Uook C, on Page 3 and run southerly of Muouiawu, 'b :'ti'said : ,
South, Range ;j East. SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded East at a point 1916.3? feet northerly his' wife Morrell arradjne. along -the west edge of Slate Street map is rect rued upon the puulic re- Jjt iunmg OIJL the south line of rTancys Eunice, t>eiuia 11. Norton
A. Norton.
.'wes\erly, gf and within 55 in Book 38 at page 4.9 in favor of from the southwest corner 'of said SUBJECT 'l'Q:: ,Qrtgage recorded sac teet to IHB- northwest corner t-f coJua'of* raiiojd "yount tiorida 1 Section 'li. Township 5 South, -Range and her husband, Bradley of May
S fet Of the centei'llQe of present First Federal Savings and. Loan Association Section 13,' said point being on the in Book'27 'at, page498'in favor of State and Jackson -Streets, thence ALSO:' 22 ,Last< a.l a, point 8.48 feet easterly SaD >o. nH; ZS8-U- Might
State Kqad :00, eelo2l W(1U)201.. ot Gainesville >and mortgage arc of a curve concave to the'wester. Standard Oil Company. UeStenj along the north edge of said uyiuitujdijs.at the northwest corner from the fojithwest corner of said That part cff: West of Road
Lot 10
said, .cvuterliue. being 4ecrie4 i aaXonqws recorded in Buck 35 at page l 5 South
:' *- favorof August Catniiaio and hiwife thence from a' tangent bearing of "That part ot: running midway between Township! 5 South,. Range 22 Ent, ** 59 isinuws a 8 seconds West Section' 12, ToftAkhip
BepJng on the south line of the Caroline Cassiato. north degrees 13 mInutes 47 seconds A parcel.of land in Ute southeast Grove and fine Streets,"tnenceuJrfherly'along Uiuw owned l>y- U S. 'laiiuer and run 96.,5,3 feet to-the beginning of a curve Z: East, and within 119fu.

NE ( Ni 'Pt Section.1C, TQwnship San > ll -Bi*l(4 Klght .! Way East run'1 northerly 'alone said corner of tbexNW of SWH of Se<5- tme' went-edge't-f siid L north alpiig me east side of Stable voncave to the easterly baring a lying'westerly.. ..t7 thu utirvAV.. of ltn.... nt KtdfA Road
C.SouQi, Kange 22 East at a point That: part of: curve through 'an angle of 6 degrees tion 2.6. !Township .5 South, Range 2.2 aLirbU feet to the souti line'O salutriangukm 1oad w. 13.' 10* feet Ikence east tq r4IL4 'of572958 feet; run thencenarthwgsterly.'borth .vc Ut tIW OU& fl said----- a
sur
I1M7 feet westerly from the, $outh BEW of SWVi. east of Slate Road minutes "Si seconds distance of East, and more particularly described "fo; 1-'thence eketerly 'a- the right of way ot S. A. I.. tUriway, and northeasterly 209, Section 2801 (114) 201.
east: cprner oi-'XEU ot NEJ* pt' said 200. cf Section 3, Township 6 South 26.24 feet to 'the end of said curve as follows: lopelheslJut'line otsaid Lot 1, 116 thence 'south along the weaL side'Of along'sakt carve through a 'total' tea- vey line being described the south a line* 'follows of Section
Seton! 11, ru n thence north 1Q de Range* 22 East run thence North 1 degree 59 minutes Begin -at the southeast corner of fet to'point of .beginiiig, *hi oiaswi4l"k V>e sale right of way t>f the Mid trM' angtj of 'IX, degrees 28 minutes Beginning on South Range 22
5
greta ,'4* minutes 0 seconds East lying easterly of and within 119: 08 seconds West 3077.18 feet to the NWtt of SW>4 of Section 2.8. >( ,l of'the"'Aown of Lawtey. A. L .Railway to the northeast corner .- 44 BWKds a distance' 1847.92 feet 12, Township ; easterly
1028.0 feet to the.beginning.. oC 'a feet of the survey line* of State Road the, north line of said Section 13soutl Township- South. Range 22 East. according to"map _qr"plat' thereof! asbairne of land now- owned by L. S. -'i- to the'end of said curve, run thence East, at a point'8.48 et' feet of said
curve concave 'to the easterly having. 200. Section 2801(114)201.) said survey ( ) line of Section 12., Township thence run north I degrees' 11 mlfii- "ajJpears' of re trd-in the. of flee xer, thence aest along the north lies North 16 degrees 29, minutes 36 sec- from the southl, urneT degree
a radius- o{ 21{8.59 feet, run thence line being described 'as followsBeginning' : South.. Range 22 East), at a point tiLes west for 152.4 feet to1 east (me of'the' Clerk ..of.Circuit.. Court' of nowowned by L. S. Tanner to1 the ohds 'East 3543.53 feet to the beginning Section 12, minutes run thence aeconm North 'f Westg96.3Z
northeasterly along said curve through 4 on"'the south line tSection's. > J.4,8 feet easterly from the "southwest of right -of way of State Road No. Bradford County. Florida, in. Deed Point of legtuninssaid land lying of a'curve'concave to the east 59 to tile 08 beginning of a
A total1 central angle ot 20 degrees .' Township ( South, Rang corner of said.Section 12, run thence 200 thence run south 32 degrees; ? Book C, Page"3"except the.porUon of and being m 'the' southwest portion erly having a radius of 5729.58 feet feet the easterly having
04 minutes a distance of 752.4S'f.eet 3 East at a point 1.90.13 feet easier North 1 degree- minuses Q8 seconds minutes west -along said east"rightof baid- diagonal Lot 1. lying directly of Lot Zs, Township S South, Range ran thence northeasterly along said curve concaveto feet thence
fd. the1 end of saiu curve, run thence, ty from the tsouthweet corner of' sa;< Wes '(96.52 feet to the beginning way line of State Road"No.. 2M south, of and adjoining tbe XEfc of ZZ East in Woodfctwn as mapped and curve through an angle of 3 degrees a radius of 5729.58 run..northeasterly
north'' 30 'degrees 53. minutes 09 eecorida section 3. said point being on the arc bt a curve.- concave' the easterly for 180.6 feet thence ran north' $ NW>4 Section 2Si. Twwnshig 5'South, platted upon the jubltc ''records 'of 15 minutes 47 second a distance 'of northwesterly, north and a'total
East 240.14 feet' V> the beginning of a 'curve"poncave' to the eastiy; having a radius .of 5729.58. feet, degrees 40 minutes 'east for 97.r feet Range 23, East, afco the SV of W* JJradftrd'Couuy'r1; rWa, 326.3.1 feet to the north line of said along said tune through minute*
o{ a'cur\e coacave. to the ..wester'y having -a radius -5729.5.78. feet, run. thence "north and northeasterly to the point of beguinmg. T of ,>ili>4 of -sfectipft.23,; Township" -3' lying edittr.y vf"and within 55 Section 12 at a point 1366.59 feet central angle of distance 18 degrees of 1847.9 2.8 feet
haying a radius o( 5U9.578 f et, thence from a tangent tearing oSQrth along said curve, through aa angle lying easterly of and within IU South.. Range' 3J East feet of th run thenve northeasterly along said 11 degree 3J8 minutes' 40 'seconds of. 18 -degree 2* minutes 44 seconds feet of the- surrey line ot State Road lying 41) westerly of and; within 5s 200, Section 2801 (114) 201; said survey of said Section 12. to the end of said'29 curve minutes, run 36 seconds
curve through a'total central angle ot East fin northeasterly along a distance of 1847-92, feet to the. end 200. Section 28JJ1 CUD QLid aurvey -. feet and' (2) lying- easterly of and to line being described as follows: Containing LISt acres more or less, 16degrees the beginning'of
3043.13 feet to
20-, degrees -45 minutes fll seconds a said cune. thjnough an' angle'of 4 of said curve, run thence North "II tine being' described as foDowB: the.westerly ngttftof-way.4in of-present "Beginning on the sooth line of exclusive of existing road right of East to the easterly
distance ' 5729.58.
raid cyrye, run thence North 'Id ot rMUO t et> tH'4 of 1045-85 feet to the beginning of a tion ?6. 'Township 5. Soiith, Range! 22 Of tae -west laae'ofrState"RCu.d' 290' {23, East at a 'pi-inf SJ1.' feet, wester OWNED BY: Isabel E. Sacco having northeasterly a radius of along said
degrees 04 minuses 04 seconds East said curve, run .th nce nQTO I* -*- curve- concave to the southeasterly East, at a': point $2(.$5. 'feet easterly Sacttan 'SXtl '(114). -201; said went ly from" the -i>outheab-t corner of saul SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded run thence of 3
angle degrees
iJ 5. 5 feet to 'the beginning ci a grees Q& minutes,'OS seconds .East having a radius o{ 5729.58 feet,' rua from the L southwest .coraer oL said; la *.""centertai* ''being described ast f ettion 14, run thence. North 16 de- hi Book 27 at Page 455 In favor ot curve-minutes through 47 an seconds distance of
curre concave to the easterly- having 5093.37 feet to the north line of sai thence northeasterly along said curve sectwn 26. run thenc* north 31 degrees follows: 5"V trees 32 minutes'.97 seconds Ei3fl'.S' Mary Sacco. 15 northline of said
a!radius*pf 5729.578 teeu.rua thenc Section J. at ft PoUil |St feet easterly through' angle of degrees 15 minutes 07 minutes- ecendg East Commencing on''the south line f.Secti6n"2rTiwBihip5 '. feet to the "beglilning of' 'acune SBD >.. IT: Bight .f Wpy 326.3f'feet to the 1366.59 feet
northeastely along; said curve through frqm the northwest corner ot t>Ei% 47 seconds a distanceof 326.31feet' 2624-73 teet to the" begin ivlng of 'a South. 'Range J concave to 'the westerly having That part of: SecUon 12 at a northwest point corner of
an kngte of 1 degrees JO minutes ;J3 ol said Section I,' T to 'the north 'line'*f said Seettoq ,, cnre ..concave to the northwesterly '22'East at a'polot Steet eabteriy a'radlurf'of 3QI3.7feet, run thence 8% of NWH of SWU known as easterly Section from the '
seconds a. distance of 150.90 feet t q Ctjntaujing 3.433 acres more or less, 12' at 'a 'point, 13H39: feet easterly having 'a radius of 763M3Zfeet, ruft fro"fh'sojjtweg t ""corner T-f 'said northeasterly, mrth' and northwesterly Lot 41 in Woodlawn as same m platted Baid 12 lees
tIe nonh line of mid Section 10. ata exclusive t'C existing road ri ht of from the northwest corner of said thence nocUieasterly,along said curvethrough ;$ectioix'33.run"tbenNorth '16* d1 1grees'12 along said curve through'an angle in Current Public Records of exclusive Containing of 2.863 existing acres road more right'or of
point H30.U ft*('easterly fron i** way Section -V13." 'an angle of 3 degrees 55 minutes fniqute.3 07 seconds" East of 12'degrees 19 minutes 20- seconds' Bradford County Florida in Section -'

Qiorthweh corner o( 'said' Section 19, OWNED BY T.'Jf. Alderman and Containing S.433 acres, more, or 49 seconds a. distance .of 524-Q, :2247,65 .ffitt"".!!* a, pol (, run thence i a distance of 648.54 feet to the Cant 1!. Township 5 South, Range 23 East way. BY *. w Weaver
ComaljIng' V.0avres 'more or lesa, his wife Effie Aldermaa and/or E.M. less, exclusive of existing road right feet to the north line *>f SW 4 Qtsa14 ,North Tl degrees ?7 minutes S3.seci line of -said Section 14 (west line of Also; OWED : Miles
Weaver
tcuse' of existing ',roa"d right ,ufw7. stiversttin.BU of way. '- Section 26. at a point 676..4J feet \
T '*.'.. '1U Right *f Way OWNED BY; _Rayo, ier Incorporat- westerly from the northeast corner ofSW I ginning of said west fane.'centerline, 2i East), at a pxint 1916.31 feet of the southeast 'quarter of Section SUBJECT TO: Judgment favor
171.In
WED BY: Mable Magyarl and That -part of- -, ; >4 of .said Section? 26. -. point being Ute .beginaing of a] northerly from the southwest 'cornerof I Eleven, Township Fire, South, Range ta Book 39 at Page
of and
her husband John Magyarl. Jf. .T'parcel of land In the SEU oSEV4 SKR X., ISSjlSiilSt fcljhl *f' Way Containing 0.166 acres mOre rr'Iess. curve coac-a ve fo the a eetery| ,h vag| r said Section 13. thence from a Twenty-two East William A. Snelling ,bis wife
gaD >.. II Kliht ot .Way Of Section 9. Township t Sooth That part of f exclusive of existing road right of. a radiiis pf, 11459.1( feC themce tram tangent'' bearing ot North '4 degrees lying (1) westerly' and within Evelyn .T.. Snelling.SKU .
X ?) .f
That part ot: Range" 23- East. Bradford County That portion of the SE>< of NWVi way. a tangent,bearing etTvorth' degjees ; 12 minutes 47 seconds East detinue 129 feet and (2) easterly of and within That part! of: Right Way
-'Al| that certain portion of. the SKH Florida -containing 1 and fifty-fqn of SE'1ying east "of State Road OWNED BYs Evelyn N. Whelan.SBD 32 iniastea OJ s econdVi East ran, north* < northerly along -said curve' through 55 feet of the survey line of State A strip of land 629 feet wide
of SV14 ft" Action I, To-nstip, hundredths -(1.54)' acres -and being No. 13. or JOO also 1!. S.' HiehwaySOI ,X*. 141 EICM of Way easterly along said- curve thntugb an uigUs of 'S wgrees 11 minute 5iueeouda RoamS 200. Section 2S81 (114) 261 north and south lying" between
8uath.Range: 22"East; which lies west more' particularly' described aa 'fol- and 'Wfr of SW% of NEH ,'of That part- of:'' total central"angleof 4, degree 12 a distance 326.24 feet to said survey line being described as State Road NO. 13 and right ot way
of highway No.. u in BradfoniCoui tows: REM of Section* 34. Townsbtp "Thatportion of St4 -SHU ,ot minutes' 54' second distantof i the" end nf '*aid' curve, ran thence follows: of Seaboard Airline Railroad Irf the
ty. Florida ):xcEJr,: Commence 'at the southeast come 5 South Range 3 East lytnt: NW>4' lying west of Seaboard Airline 843.11 feet, tothe'*nd of iid curve, North I degree .59 minute' OS seconds Beginning on the south line of SU of NEV of SWU of Section 1,
Cwujneflce. t g concrete jnohuments of'aforementioned Section" 9 for point easterly pf and within 11? 'rtf Ran way. of Se -tion 2 ,Township '5 and- th4i begisnlnr of a curve eonoat West S TT.I8 feet ta the north line Section 12. Township 5. South Ranze Township 5 South, Range 72 East
t at the* northwest cornet of. 81 ,4of'aWU of beginning and run thence 'Nortli. the survey line of State, Road 200. South Range S3 East, '' to' the eaktBriy: haViirg ''a radius" of ,of said Section 13 at a point 8.48 23. East at a point 8.4* feet easterly tying easterly of and within & :feet
of 'Section 3. Township- degree and minutes west alon Section ?80iqi4J01 *i South; Rang Jl. East, thence run the easterly boondary 'of Said SeHon. being recrlbecl as, follows.: of the '
South JS decrees _52 I minu.tes ea t a distance of 147 feel to thesoutherly1 Beginning on.the south' lir e of Seotlon. R for a distance o| ll 0.t ffst't n Iron boundary of the right' 'of .34,; Towp hiij S Soulh, Ranf 3! :ei.' eai.4 'centerline. Vlng, "4cftbV 156 seconds i '4tsttnce f.' 843.11 'feet |;I exclusive of exittinj. road, right of JU.5 feet to the beginning of a lows: '! i' -' '
stake for' a poinl of begmninx. thence way of t "rraed, eojjnty. load run East;t a.oint ?4,74 .feet'.westfrty as' f.oltpw i: I t'o e440f said c'nryeand' end o( ',, -. eu'rve ronmve to the easterly having Peginninr on the xQuth line ot
run Sauth8. d gt es.lj pjn.utes.e! st ttitiice t-iLtiui| K8 ,$p it>es !8"mlnute: from thr soothi'!t rornfr nf SWSo -"Commf nr* ni the sruith' lir.e of See- I said-wetn"Inne"centeriin'e' for purpose' ()W1D' BY': 'Clanile, .K Brboe; 4 .r d Ji3 of 5729 i* teet run thence Section 1, Township a aouin, r.ange'

for a dttt&joai of. J l.J teAL to a* west .alopg.,8ajd' oijUie ly 'boundary_ 2z,, ( -said'. Uon, 3,4rufl'; tjop, 26, Townshig 5, South, Jpz. efrnce, :ui Z9rh :l34erce I IS r kia wife,, Ruby Harbour. northwesterly, north and northeastJerly- (Continued oji next page


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22 'East at a j ojnl 1:86.59 feet! east.I Section line dividing Section! 1.1 I wife. Ida Strickland Griffin. !i
I Township -South 'Range
*rly from the suutuweht corner .of i 22 East, ed in Ilook35' at Page 412 .in favor Containing 0.61 acres more or* of Uteral ditch survey line, said Point of Beginning of, aid ditch
Township i Range %! Fast i
Bald Sectlori I, said point being on Sooth SURJEC TO: Mortgage recorded described as folowl; of A. N. Yarbrough. I less existing I road ditch survey line being described survey line, run thence South ii
and Section 4 South in at Page :377 eld by Commence south line .
of
31. *RD No. 234
the o Barrow Pit rightof w*y.- as follows: degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds West
of
are the
a curve concave to
fl 2! and west of State Charley E.. Johns. Section 2 C; 'T
ange-
easterly having radius of WDlhlp" S South BORROW PIT DRAIN OF OWNED BY: Angelo M.I and Commence on the south line of 86.6 feet, 'run thence South 64 degrees
feet; thence from a tangent n.1 bear1 Road No.- 200 and being in Seton SRD X.. 1.4.| 28S| 2S a| : Range 22 East at'a point STATION 111..7 ( LEF. his wife Mary Mell Section 14, Township 6 South, 58 minutes 07 seconds West

ing of North' 19 degree '45 minutes Township a South. Range : Barrow Pi feet easterly from .the 'southwestcorner I That part SCPJEC TO: Interest i any of Range 22 East at a point 561.2 feet 25C.89 feet,' run thence South 11

23. seconds East run northeasterly East. BORROW PIT -\O. AM) HAIL of said Section 26, run SEt of SWt of .NEH of Sec Elizabeth westerly from the southeast corner degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds West

along said curve through an angle Ivlnsr westerly of and within 119 BO4D I.EF OF STATION thence North 31' degrees 07 minute ton .- Township, 6 South flange Hodge. of said Section 14, run thence North 60 feet, run thence North 73 degrees
feet of the line of State 08 seconds East 2634.73 feet
ot.1 degrees 13 seconds survey 131.3. East. SRO .233 UraUage Ea* _eM 16 degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds 55 minutes 53 seconds West
a distance of i minute feet to the end Roed .200. Section 201 ((114) %01. T : tc beginning of a' curve concave lying each side, of. and wihinU LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF East 1347.83 feet to the beginning 4X0 feet to the, Point of Beginning
13.9 said survey line being described SEH of NW'i! of NE of section .to northwesterly having a feet of
of said thence North a the"Porrow Pi STATION Ur.I.2r. of a curve concave to the westerly of the parcel of land hereinafter
21 i degrees curve 41 minutes 36 seconds follows: i Township I South. Range % radius' of 'nu.U' feet run thence vey line, said survey line That part having a radius of 3015.57 feet, described, run thence North 66 degree

feet to toe north line Beginning on the south line of East, described as follows: northeasterly along said. curve being described as follows: SW>4 of SEU (West 'of State run thence northeasterly and north 11 minutes S3 seconds Viest
Rat 549.7 Section 1. Township 5 Snuth Range Commence on the east line of through an angle of 9 degrees Commence Road 148.5S feet
a point 1477.24 %' on the east line of 200), of Section 34, Township along said curve through an angle run thence North -JJ
feet westerly from l.-at; the northeast %,East at a point 1866.59 feet Section 16. Township C South. Range 1253.20 minutes 56 second distance Section l". Township 6 South I SoUth Range 22 Kast. of 13 degrees 47 minutes 09 seconds degrees .55 minQtes 53 seconds West
easterly from the southwest corner 22 East at a point 264.02 feet feet. run South 89 Range East at left 33 feet more less to
corner of said Section 1, I a'' point Zl4.:! ling (1) of and within 30 a distance of 725.57 feet to the or the west
Containing 0.%" acres more or of said Section 1. said point being southerly from the northeast corner degree'Z mlnute'1 seconds west feet southerly from the northeast and (2) right of and within Point of Beginning of said ditch property line of parent tract, run

less exclusive of existing road l on. the arc of a curve concave of said Section 16, sid point 16.4 feet North 16 de corner .of said Section 16, said 20 feet of a lateral ditch survey survey line run thence South si thence southeasterly along said

right.of way. to the easterly having a radius of being on the arc 'of 8 cueVC concave 755 mlnut. 12, seconds East. point being on the arc of a curve line, said.ditch survey line, being degrees 15 minutes 02 seconds East west property line 22 feet more or

BY: R. L. Prescott.. S7Z.5 feet thence from a tangent to the southeast having a .feet 19, run thence South 89 de.grees concave to the southeast having aradius described as follows: 30 feet, run thence North 88 degrees less to a point 170 feet North 43
OWED of' North 19 radiu* of 5729.578 feet, thence fromtangent minutes ,12 .seconds West of degrees 55 minutes 53
degrees 45 5.57 feet. thence Commence on the south line of 24 minutes 58 seconds East 153 seconds Wen
That lV tSR RI..t.r War minutes J rfeconds East run northeasterly a bearing of South 19 degrees 88 feet Borrow to the Point of Beginningof from a bearin of South Section 34, Township 5 South feet to the end of said ditch survey from the Point of Beginning, run

Commence pat on east sidk of State alonr Raid curve through i 58 minutes 44 seconds Welt North 16 degrees Pit 20 o.minutes 6, run 1seeonds thence 1) degrees ii seconds Range 2! Eat at a point 691 feet line thence South 73 degrees it a minutes
an anile 56 minutes run southwesterly along said West.run southwesterly along easterly the Containing 0.028 acres more or 53 seconds East 170 feet more or
Road No. IS .where the, middle line c"Jr.f1 East
running east and went crosses said 1 seconds a 41 nrl of 391.69 feet through an angle,of 9 dlgr.f 09 South 89 450 feet,39 run thence cure through an angle of 9 sll. ner of the SEli of aoutlwut', les ,
road and run North 365 feet: thence the end of said curve run thence minutes 3$ seconds a distance of seconds West degrees 450 feet minute 12 grees 09 minutes 35 seconds a run thence North 16 degrees Ua right of way.OWNED Containing In aggregate 2.25

run eaft to right of way ol Seaboard o"'h3 (*>".rees 41 minutes 36 seconds 915.97 feet to the end of said curve. 16 20 minutes run thenceSouth 12 distance of 9l.n feet to the end minutes 08. seconds East 110.63 BY: Claude B. Barbour acres more or less

. Airline Railway approximately Rat 5490.73 feet to the North run thence South 10 degrees 49 seconds West degrees 430 thenceNorth of said tbence South 10 feet to the Point of Beginning of and his Wife Ruby Barbonr.SRD OWNED BY: Rayonier, Incorporated.

1200 feet; thence south alone; the Iin" lt said Section 1, at a point minutes 09 seconds West zn. 89 degrees feet run 12 seconds degrees 49 minutes 09 seconds Wet said ditch survey line, run thence Ne. Sufi Dralaasre Eaemeat .
1477.24 feet westerly from the run thence South 85 degrees S 1601.55 feet, run thence North 73 SRD N 292 Right f
raid right of way of Seaboard Air ftt. East 450 to the Point of 88 degrees 64 minutes 52 seconds LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STATION Way
northeast corner of said Section 1 46 minutes 09 seconds West 1147.40 derreea 09 'seconds West 74.1 feet, run thence 4S9-I-81.9O That part of:
line Railway 362 feet; thence run Beginning of Borrow Pit No. 6, minute west
west 1200 feet to point of beginning rnntalnlnl 0.77 acres more or feet, run thence North 01 degrees ALSO 1279.75 run thence South 02 North 71 degrees 39 minutes a2 That part of: Start at the NE corner of the

and being in Section 1. Township i "( existing road 46 minutes 51 seconds West 65 feet A parcel; cf land for Borrow degree 13 minutes 51 seconds East seconds West 625.9 feet to the end Lot 21 of Section 11, Township 5 NWU of SW 4 of SWH of Section
rie-ht of wav.OWNED to the point of Beginning of Borrow Pit feet run thence North 87 de of said ditch survey line. 26. Township S south. flange 23
5 South .Range 22 Fasts Haul South Range 22 East in Woodlawn
BY: M. and Pit No. 2. run thence South Ro. gr minutes 09 Containing 0.700 acres more or East run south 719 feet to U !x
ALSO: 1 his, wife. Viola Pre L.Prlscot 2 1degreea'SS minutes 09 neconda hig of and within 20 85 feet to the Point "fonOI East less, exclusive of road Subdivision as recorded In Plat Road 301. thence south alone said
existing
Commence at a point on the east un No. I** mgt ot.of Way West 500 feet, run thence North fet a line described as follows: of drain survey line, run Beginning thence right of way. Pooh 1, page 1 of the public records road 150 feet for a point of begin
of No. U where
aide State Road of Bradford
That part of: 01 dEgrpP 46 minutes 51 seconds Begin at the southeast corner of North 11 degrees 34 minutes OWNED BY: Rayonier. Incorp. County Florida, ning, thence south 61 feet, thence
the middle line of Section 1. Township lying each side of
Lot No 3 In NEM of Section 1 600 feet, run thence North Borrow Pit No.6, as described above, seconds West 600 feet to the f orated. and within 30 west 279 feet to Old State Road 13,
5 South Range %! tat. crosses Township 5 South. Range Z! Kast 5 7 dewrle 66 minutes 09 seconds run thCnc North 89 degrees,3 9 minutes of drain survey,line. SRD No. 258| 2SDrainage feet of a lateral ditch survey line, thence in a northern direction along
,
sail road, for a begin l lying south of Section line and Fut 500 feet run thence South 1 seconds East 80 feet ,t te'end Containing acres more or Easeneat said ditch survey line being described Road 13. 100 feet, thence in a eastern
ning. ,tro.ald ,point of beginningrun nf. Haul Road. less 0.26 as follows: direction to point of beginning.
east State Road No. 200. 2,1 : minutes exclusive
seconds
south the side! of _. 4. 5 'existing county LITER4L DITCH LEFT OF
along eat "" ALSO Commence on the south line of in '
: road being the SW 4 of SWH ot sec,
Ivlnw easterly of and within 55 "[ vuu reei 10 me or right _of way. TION 400f1O.30That ST.t.j
the-:right feet Qt way thence of east .NO.. feet of the survey Inl of State of Borrow Pit No. 2. teInflnt A parcel of land. for Borrow Pit OWNED BY: Charles 2]. Knight part of:, Section 12 Township 5 South tion 26. Township 6 South Range
,1) .800 run approximately Range 22 East at
a point 22 East
Rosd 200. Section IH 201PS ALSO: Drain. and his wife, Sarah Knight. Begin at the SE corner of Triangular containing one acre mora
feet side -
to west
1200 8.48 feet
east from the
of right of way of S.A.L. Railway, ,, survey line being described as A parcel of land for Borrow fit lying each side of an'withi 10 SRD Haul not a straight line
Road. feet of the' Pit Drain BORROW being off set
thence north and parallel with ..aldBAL )I fonowI: lyIng lurey lne sa PIT NO.1. n.ttL ROAD cording to map or plat thereof as 12 run thence North 1 degree t 59 10 feet north of where,
'. KUO PI2innlne on the south line of west of and within 20 feet survey line being described the same appears of record in the a straight
approximately minutes 08 seconds West 296.52 line
Raiway. 1. Township S South. Range of a line described follows lows: LEFT'OF would be and Is marked by
west approximate2 c.tnn a : STATION 116-1-94.97 ole of the Clerk of Circuit Court feet to the beginning of a curve Iron stakes
ly 1200 feet( to right of way of State & at a point 1366.59 feet east.'i Peglnning at the southeast con- Begin at the northeast corner' of (PART) tt County Florida. In concave to the ,
southeasterly
Road No. the point of begin. erly from the southwest cr rf Borrow PU No. a* dewrihBd Borrow Pt No. 6 a described above That part oj:' Deed Book C. on Page ,3 and run a radius of 5729.58 feet, having lying west of and with In 55 feet
run thence of
ning. 1. Mid Section 1. said point being on above, run thence South 01 de- run ( North degrees 20 minutes NE% of NWM of SE4 of section Southerly along the 'west edge of northerly along said curve the survey line of State Road 200.

lying: easterly of and within 55 feet the arc of a curve concave to the Tees 46 minutes 51 seconds last 12 seconds East. 80, feet run 16Townh1p 6 South; Range State Street 860 feet to the NW sn angle of 3 degrees 05 through minutes Section 2801 (114X) 201. said survey

of the anrvey of Mate Koad easterly havln.a radius of 5729.5X r.7 feet to the end of Haul Road, thence Norh'l degrees 20 East, described as follows: % corner of State and Jackson Streets, 08 seconds a distance of 308.56 line being described as follows:

200. Section lne(114) 201. said feet, thpnl' from a tangent bear- Containing 6.91 acres more or 12 peond 520 feet to mute Commence on the east line of thence westerly the north feet to the Point of Beginning of Beginning on the south line of Sec

survey Una being desrlbe as follows l Int of North 19 degrees 45 minutes I 1es.. of said Pit drain survey line,. Section 16, Township 6 South, edge of said along Street 1160 said ditch survey line, run thence tion !*. Township I South. Rang
East run northeasterly) OWNED BY: Bradford Furniture Range 22 East at a feet to the 22 East at a point 326.85 feet easterly
: "I"nl. Cornorntlon. Containing 4.8t acres. more or less, feet point 264.UZ Wet line of an alley North 88 degrees 54 minutes (Ml) sec from the -
or "I"n" esld curve through an angle ALSO southerly from the running southwest corner or
Reglnnln* on the south line : northeast between Urove and onds West 300 feet to the end of
,Section 1. Township 5 South. Han 1 of 3 decrees 56 minutes 13 sec- STTBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded BORROW PIT NO. SAND DRAIN corner of said Section 16, said Pine Strelts thence northerly along said ditch survey line Containing said Section 2g, run thence North 31

22 East at a point 1368.69 feet nndl a dltanl' of 393.1 feet to In Book 40 at Page 1. In favor lEFT OP STATION | point "beingon the arc of a curve the wet of said ally 860 feet 0.249 acres more or less. exclusive degrees 07. minutes 08 seconds East
easterly from the southwest corner t end nf said run thenceNorth i of S. L. Scrnjrga and Mortgage recorded off' 4.e-l-u.1 concave. to the southeast having to the south line of said triangular of existing road right of 2634.73 feet to the Beginning or a
way.
.of said Section 1. aid point beingon 23 degrees 41 minutes SFseconds in Pook C at page :310, held Tat: par SEM of of Section a radius of 5729.578 feet, thence Lot 1. thence ,easterly along toe OWNED BY: J. S. Eunice Jr. curve concave to the northwesterly

' the arc of a.curve concave to East 510.73 feet to the >v Bank of Palm Beach and Trust 14 Township 5' N1 Range from ,a tangent bearing of South I S I south line of said Lot 1, 1160 teet and his wife Francys Eunice. having a radius of 7639.437 feet, run

the ) a radius of north line nf 'said Section 1. at a I fomoanv, And 110rtlaf recorded East described aa follows: Z 19 degree 58 minutes 44 seconds to the point of beginning, also SRD No. 2G91 870Dralaage thence northeasterly along said curve
I672J.58."tpY havln/( from a tangent nolnt 1477.24 feet westerly from In Book ( at favor of Commence on the north line of run southwesterly along said diagonal Lot 1 of the Town of Law Easement through an angle of S degrees 65 min

flt of North 19 d crlll I the northeast corner of said Section Arnold Construction Company. Seton 13, Township 5 Range cure through, an angle of 9 de tey. according to map or plat LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STATION utes 49 seconds a distance of 524.0S

4$ minutes seconds Kast: run 1. SRI '1. DM Borrow Pit at a point 8.48 Sut. from 09 minutes Si seconds a thereof as same appears of record 534-M9.BO feet to the north line of'SW4 of said

i northeasterly Z alone Mid curve .Pontalnlne0.113 a(111 more ,or .BORROW PIT nnuv LEFT OF the northwest corner of said eat Section distance of of 915.97feet to the end in the office of the Clerk of Circuit That part of: Section 26 at a point C76.42 feet west
, of 3 decrees 6.I <> o. evclusive of existing road TITIOV said .curve, run thence South Court of Bradford erly from the
through an angle rl"lit of That :1.r31 13. run thence South 1 degree 59 minutes 10 County Lot 7 of Woodlawn Subdivision northeast corner of
minute IS seconds a distance of wav.OWNED SW nat : OS seconds East' distance of West degrees 49 minutes 09 seconds Florida in Deed Book C. page 3.except as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page SWH of said Section 26,
the end of said curve RY; Mavhelle Norman of SWV4 of Section 3, 1601.55 feet, run thence the portion of aaid Containing 305
29189 feet to and 1351.23 run thence North 89 de' South 88 diagonal 1 in Sectl6n 12, Township 5 South, square feet more or
run thence North 23 dlgre.. 41; her husband. Albert .Norman, Township 6 South. Range 2EastInns O feet 08 seconds West seconds dfgree 22 minutes 09 Lot 1. lying directly south of Range 22 East of the public records less, exclusive of existing load right

minute 3( Ilcond.. East 6U .' wn V_. 1RH-R Right ef Way each 11"1 of and within 10 gees. feet.' to the Point of Beginning thence 1279.75 feet run and adjoining the NEU of N-WK of Bradford County, Florida of way
ThAt South
feet nf
of ,
the. drain 02
part ; pit survey line degrees
of
north line of said Section Section 23. Township 5 OWNED
the
of Borrow South lying each side of and within 30 BY: W. E.
CauJt
flet. Pit '8 thence 51 and his
SU No. run seconds
1. at point 1477.24 ,feet west- of SF1 of Section 36, TownBhin laM drain survey line. being described i North 89 degrees 20 minutes 08 seconds Point of East 20 feet to the Range East, also the SH of feet of a lateral ditch survey line, wife Oty Sue Gault,
erlv from the northeast corner of 4 Ranee 22 East. KAPKPT as follows: I Beginning of V>rrow Pit NWU ( of Section said ditch SaD \o.
West NE' 23. survey Line being described MS Zoo Right f
360 *
feet thence South No. 1 Way
NU Commence run run tbence
Bald Section 1. of south 560 feet of on the north line of'Serllon South 87 dlgrlea Township South. Range 22 East, follows That
as : part of
Containing 0.5U'acrps more or QEt' o' RV lying ensf of State 10. Township 6 South.' 19 degrees 29. minutes 5% seconds I 46 minutes 09 seconds West loo) lying right of the within 35 feet Commence on the north line of A parcel of land:

I Ipse. nrullv) of ,existing roadrl L Pnld !OA. Jvlnl westerly of and Range 22 East at a point 818,1 West 528 feet, run thence South 8 feet, run thence South 0: degrees of a lateral ditch survey line, said Section 12, Township 5 South, of SEU of Section lying 21. in the NWH
withir feet easterly from degrees 20 minutes 08 seconds minutes 51 Township <
in of and easterly the 1 seconds 375 ditch
ht or survey line being describedas
4' Eat Range 22 East at a point 1366.SS South Range 21
OWNED TRY Elisha and "nd within 55 feet of the survey corner of said Section 10. run 345 feet, run thence North 0 degrees feet run thence North 87 de follows: East, in the city of
; feet East the Starke
from northwest
his wife. Ella Prelnt. itr-e of ptate Rosd jnn. Section thence South 1! degrees 53 minutes 57 minutes 08 seconds West 300 fet gree,4 minutes 09 seconds East Commence on the south line of of said Section 12, said point cornet and being, Bradford County Florida,
2901 (114) 40 seconds West 295.9 run thence South 89 degrees 20 thence more,particularly described
.l' 201. said Survey line flet. run run North 30 de 23, Township 5 South
"UP N 1*:-R Right f Way 4 hence 18 !eton being on the arc of a curve con as follows:
.That of: bpl'e described s. foll"wI: North 49 degrees 3 minutes utes 08 seconds East. 200 feet run grees minutes 51 seconds West 22 East at a point 2960.8 cave to the southeast having a Commence
pat i on the !O lernndl West 100 feet thence North 0 degrees 57 425.05 feet run thence South at an iron stake set In
A l of land lying In the P""lnnlnr south line o run 87 feet easterly from the southwestcorner radius of 5729.58 feet thence from the
JCEU pa of 1. Townshin 6pouth. Q"ltnn6 Township 4 n'1n t ( South 1! decrees 53 mm. 40 08 second West'200 feet to the Pointof degrees 46 minutes 09 seconds West of said Section 23, run I a tangent bearing Of,South 19 degrees intersection of the southerly

R"n 8ectOl E'Jt. Bradfordfonnty I -nge Fsst at a point >econds West 50 feet, run thence Beginning of Borrow. Pit No. 8. 100 feet to the Point of Beginning thence North 16 degrees 3% min. U7 45 minutes 23 seconds West boundary of said NWM of SE'i and

: aM. heinr more feet westerly from the southeast North 4! degrees S3 minutes %1) ALSO; of Borrow Pit NO.1. seconds East 2684.90 feet to the run southwesterly along said curve the easterly boundary i>f the right of

particularly Fln'il as follows: corner of caM Section 31. run seconds Welt 100 feet, run thence A parcel l of land for Borrow Pit ALSO: Point of Beginning of said ditch throueh an angle of 3 degrees 15 way of State Road 200, and run

,in'mence at the NK corner of t"'enll North .1 111'111 4 minute" South 1. dtgrlll 53 minutes 40 Drain, A parcel of land for Borrow Pit survey Jne. run thence. North minutes 47 seconds a distance of thence In a northerly direction along

sold Section 1 and run, thence South seconds Ea. f"p to 'econd Welt feet run thence lying each side of and within 10 Drain degrees mln. 53 sec. West .1 326.31 feet to the end of said curve said easterly boundary, a distance of

89 decrees, 41 minutes 40 seconds the hearinnlnp) of I curve eniu'av.A North 49 degrees 33 minutes 20 sec feet of a Pit Drain. survey line described lying each side of and within 10) feet, run thence North 75 degrees run thence South 16 degrees 29 250 feet to- point of beginning; from
the northerly hnu/Ilv t 4 fh"- westerly h--n-r a radius of ,West 50 feet, run thence as follows: feet of a line described as follows: 15 minutes 53 seconds West 186.81 minutes 36 seconds West 117.51 feet print of beginning, continue In a

'w."t.alona, distance of flP' SdM.fll' feet run thence northeasterly South I! degrees 53 minutes 40 Commence at the northwest con- Fegin on the north line of Borrow feet run tnence North 72 degrees to the Point of beginning of said northerly direction alone said easterly
seconds
\n the boundary of the "Inne cur'e through 1 total of West fept to the Point ner of Borrow Pit No. 8 as described Pit No. 1 as described above ,53 seconds West IOU ditch survey line, run thence North boundary distance of 385 feet to an

1 r"h, o'wtterl th 4hofrl .Air. central nnple of 6 d""reel 30 min- I=lnnlnJ of drain survey above, run 'thence South 19 degrees at a 'point 15. feet westerly from feet to the end of said ditch survey 71: degrees 30 minutes 24 seconds iron stake;. ruin thence in an easterly

" line Railroad( run thence south 17 I.t". seconds 1 diltlnrp of 751. Une V mln., 20 thfnet North 49 dlgrfel 29 minutes 52 seconds We"t'10 feet the northfut, .corner, of said Borrow line, West 400 feet to, the end of said direction at rlrbt angles to aforesaid

decrees ,,4" 40 sec. west 41 feet fo the end said 'curver thence IH. West 270 feft, run to the Point of Beginning of Pit drain Pit. .run thence North 1 degrees Containing 0.077 acres more or ditch survey line easterly boundary a distance of

'1onr .said mlJutel. boundary a; <"' thence North 1 degre'e ilu ? second North Went 29 decrees 33 minutes line, run thence North 89 degrees 20 mdl .e.s 34 A.minutes Uu ---S 51__seconds u" West lens, exclusive of existing roadright Pontaintn 0.387 acres more or SK915 ,feet tcan iron stake on the

'c"ltnr. of nn.5 feet to point of -.ivlntaq "51 seconds East 207S. end-I_ of said drain 330 feet to the minutes 08 seconds West 196 feet to Pit' uv .cu IU me "JU Ul. SBIU DOITOW of way.' less,, exclusive of existing road wesu'ruv oounoary of the right of

beginning. fet the. east line nf said Sec Containing survey line. the end of Pit drain, ALSO Drain ALSO; right of way.OWNED wav of, the, Seaboard Airline Rail
From point of thus 1 tion 94. st a point 133.05 feet southerly 0.07 acres more or : LATERAL DITCH LEFT Miles road: run thence i In
b..lp'ln. l ess. Containing 3.915 acres more or 1e. A OF STATION BY: J. W. Weaver a southerly
serlbed.. conllnde South 17 dee-rees I .from the northeast I'rnp. of OWNED BY: Blanche ALSO; Haul parcel Road of land- for Borrow Pit 414.1-60.50"! and his wife Mamie C. Weaver. direction, along sslrt westerly bound

4( minutes 140 seconds West, Ilonl r pF'< of.NE'i of sid Sectionl'flfltoInln 36. Her Walter King and BORROW PIT XO. I HAUL ROAD. .' lying each That part of: SUBJECT TO: Judgment Recorded ary, a distance of 371.5 feet to sn
rid! weteijv.boundftrv' a (I acre more or husband.<> King: Joyce LFT-OF STATION Sll-l-35.Se 10 feet side. of and within (1) Begin at the SE corner of in Book 39 at Page 171 in favor Iron stke: o aforesaid southerly
rnce of
'feet 730 feet b.c *"'''ive Of existing !tlnl.. Toole and her a line. described as fol Triangular Lot 1 of Town Boundary ,
tf S60 to a point road husband Everett Toole That of: lows of Law of William A. Snelling and his wife the T'J'V4 of SRij : rim
northerly of the.southerly boundary riht nf ''"v. "nd her ; Ann Fisher Lot par In Section Township 5 : tey according to map or plat Evelyn T. Snelling. thence In .f wes'erlv direction

i-of said .NE'{' when meuurfl alone| r />wvrD; '.Y: 1. F. (Crlffis.T SRD VA,hnsttand SAA.R Don Fisher. South, Range 22 1 in Woodlawn row Begin Pit on No the 1 north line of Bor thereof a the same appear of SRD N.. 273 Dralaage Esuemeat sMd southerly boundary g distance along
Borrow
..at. "p.tlrlT'ho-ind-in" run'thenlf T*>-t S.C 1C *. Rla'. 01 Way BARROW PIT ; 4 AND Pit Subdivision as per plat thereof recorded at a point 100- as feet described above record in the office of the Clerk LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STA' of 593 ].! feet to,s nolnt; nut thence
c DR 41'
PI'th'4t degrees 04 "Inut.. 4U ... na.t ,0 in Plat Book 1, page 17, cur the : westerly from of Circui Court of Bradford TIOV 580-1-98.71 In a portlvr'y Direction and
SPK of vwi/ of IR'< RIH' OF STATION 281-j-IS.OA northeast corner of said ior-I parallel
11 >
distance J'.1 an rent ; Florida in Deed foot C, That part of; f" 'f8MBastsHy,
Th public records of Bradford
of-- row Pit. ] hoimdnry of
f run thence the
.
feet:'to a' flnt. IH'tll e''terlv) SU of 1F1 And NKM o'5'4 !9Fl 1rf. County, Florida, North 02 de.gr.s on Page run southerly along S4 of SEH of Section 36. Town r"ht of y'v of Stat
of"'war1 of orop.nl It.7 far Section of.SE'4 and E i nf, SIV,! 1 minute 51 seconds West of Road 200. a
.hl. the. state
boundary "ri ; .3* or ''E'at: lying 'each sMe''of'gnd within' '10 wet ege Street 86U ship 4 South, Range 22 East dlsflTtce of '1SK.M 'fee}'
4 'flton'. Township 1 end ef to a ,POloU
Road !/ saM noln "eln* .0..t1" A"'t. Range 22 Kast. .fee said Haul feet corner of State lying each side of and within It mc thence
Et.te' South. Range 72 9ja of the Haul Road centerline. in s westerly
: t. t;"" ret direction, at
of 85 : and Jackson Streets, thence westerly feet of a lateral ditch *
northerly .111'1
rl"ht
line
survey enle..
I Illt l1nre'1rpouth.rlv fartln- said centerline being "Contains 4 't<
from
,
the southeast n rnce of 300
hounditr" when t the TTA!t in.re-in of the Section cornerof follows desrlbe a 2.59 acres more or along the north edge of said' paid ditch survey line being described to Tmint flu?" be"lnnlne. feet
slrinr pe'd eastetlvhonndslry: 'run rlyht nf vov of State Road No. IS 'S4. Township 5 South. : less.OWNED Jackson Street 1160 feet to the as follows:
"t the nat) where Range !s East and run west 779 Commence at the southeast cme BY: Daisy Cox and her Inns-east "f and wjtbln RO fee of
It
thence North *4 dprees56 mnntes crosses the welt line of an alley running mid Commence on the south line of' Gb.
.. I pt nrt ) feet for I point thence North 57 of Lot 30 of said Woodlawn Subdivision husband Raleigh Cox. John JJ. Pine |tnrev line of JWof Road ?00.
40 seconds Ei P ak'n *. West h"lf section line way between Grove and' Section 36, Township 4
: South c-o
pastetiy bon i4ieIsneaif l :I5'e of cM| Section; run Westerly on dee-re* 30) minute| WIt 7 1 feet in Section 11, Township 5 South, Diggs Diggs and his wife.;. Christener L Streets thence Northerly along the Range 22 East at a point 1477.24,, line tfnn being Ctfti HIM 01. ..,M 'survey
lr11 t hsncs
*". North M degrees minute run thence North Henrietta Chandler described as follows
and ;
feet tt a point; rwn thence North hllf-sectlon line 4R4 feet to Rnge.U Rast west edge of said alley 860 feet feet westerly from the southeast: "'"' <
9 7.,deer1" "22 ,ml I"1t... in peconl I pact .rI" nf the Pio ida Power WIt 34 feet, to the utrlrht 24 sec. West husband. Elite Chandler. Allca Z. to the south 'line of said triangularLot corner of said Section 36. run "f nnln"' o> the'weat 1tna-nt'qWl'
Est a .lst.ne.fIox3. feet to 1,1 eh t ron n.ny richt of -wiv. of WIV State Road No. 13 30 feet to Point of Beginning of Haul ard Hamilton and her bus band, How 1.thence easterly along the thence North 23 degrees 41 mln- olL of Section J1, Townchln C

of hJ h">ln Thepce southerly' slon' the KsofTn : thence 17 degrees 30 mm. West a- Road enterlnl. run thence North and Hamilton, William D. JJIggs: South line of said Lot 1, 1160 feet votes 36 seconds East 220.87 feet: q.Thtl i. R nire Pest at K nnlnt of
his
plht'1 .e.ierv.r. within I!! ...|n nf said pow'r Comnsnvrioh lon? sid right nf way line 508.5 82 deges 1 minutes ,36 sends M. wife Slinie L Diggs Daisy I to point of beginning, also diagonal to the Point of Beginning of said I 1A4 n foet sontherly frrm *h4 north.we.f .
hfn. .a *-of feet thence east 1121.2 feet to a East run thence South Davenpor and torosr,0? $Wt R9'L in
the 'survey H|>" of St. Aection 1.9 feet to Its coniii Lot 1 of the Town of Lawtey, ditch survey line, run thence North of ? p.14
po4Aft. ..$: tM1 Ml" ."11 u>ton' "'tt Weot Inerrin of point of hlpl"nl,?. degrees 20 minutes 24 seconds East and B"n' her Annie Belle StuDD according to map 01 plat 66 degrees 18 minutes 24 seconds I _Section_ M roe. fVifmce Vorth 1C <*e.n .
rIChIof y StP* Also except, al that portion 760 feet, run thence, South 58 degrees husband Charlie, Stubb. thereof as West 1"; mlnntes A4
l ." line I of ROAd No. O same appears record 39.20 feet, run thence North, second E"t
,follow. .bllnl'- d"lrlhl' u.. thence "'r'h'al4' along the VR' of SWH j"1 of Section 34. 36 minutes 24 seconds East 247.6 feet Sun 'Xo.. 241-R 311 in the office of the Clerk of Circuit ; SO degrees 39 minutes 24 seconds I 1A.,4 feet run. fb.nce 'jor'l in < A.

I. : 4fl the. -.*'' |ICe r-f mp 5t t .m.r. right nf way nfC 'fwnlblp. 5 Rangft Z! FasT: more or less to the end of, said Haul I Drainage Easenent Court of Bradford West 260.80 feet to the end of said I A--* ,s mtxntio ft* i'wwmi q "Parf

n."t.p. 1" v.,.. H.... t.,. ""'),1-
,. Pent .1"1,n/4M li. .1PI{* feet nMnt' nf hewln". .i 1' j I" section tfnart No. 200 formerly' State Containing 0.064 acres more or less. That STTIO50194.00' except the portion of said diagona Containing! 0.125 acres more or 000i.. Cl *t i non 117127 feet

.."f ".:.* .,'I Jb.sonth..t .5 Township 4 South,' Range' % Rod Commence NO. IS). described 8 follows: WED BY:, Rayonier Incorporated. A parcel'part of: Lot 1, lying. directly south less, exclusive of existing road 'veetc'4vfrn, ,the-, northeast, corner of
on ,the south line ot of land ..
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itf, .. nf 55141' ,Section I, ,.' nn'1I. ". Oecllon 34- .' NW4 of SEW lying In the adjoining the NE4 of NW' ot right of way.OWNED Cont'nn 21. "
1. (i' iv Af jinrtf Township 5 South SRD No. JOS-R Borrow Pit of Section 21 Town- Section 23, Township 6 south. BY ('onts tnj"*' 01'
nn .*, gf .s cnrwe 1'' 1p.p. ,lh11' 28 East ship 6 South : J. F. Grlffls,, serea morse |e".
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.",",. .t1i.h'Int.t" ) evIn. .,- .. .et .n< fV' e..tery| of feet"ngl westerly from at a point 14.7 BORROW PIT NO. 8, HAUL ROID City of- Starke, Range, %1alt in the, Range 22 Eat, also the SH of SRD Xo. 279 Drainage Easement ::insive nf exiting road right nfhis

t... .nf .57q.5.teetteTl!. from "jili. "''' "I ...t of HII ."rrevVI corner ,of SWH of t"l SEW of said LEFT OF ,STATION 11-1-8.3| Florida and being NWW of NEH of Section 23, Town- LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STA,
h".rn" ftf ... A Af Qtii po.. *A0 l section section S4 thence North (PART) described more particularly ship 5 South Range Z East lION 371-1-00.00 (PART) nwS'1r: pv. 'hrip tti.ty c4
rim
t".P' ] -
,,re.u ,4nclItCe .!; ... "..t 1 (114) ,.ni. Hid .survey line 05 minutes 08 seconds 1 That part 'of: Commence at a follows: : and,. That part of: hi. i"ifp ju"n15 T3opis' TV>tn:" rT '.

f"". nrthdtPP1V -Ion.".II onr'I hpl"' 1."lb"| S. follows. dl'IPPI fet. run South 84decrees Lot i in Woodlawn Subdivision In the Intersection an iron stake set (2) That portion of the NKtt otNE"4 NEH of NW% EXCEPT 34 acres I .nli initp florL' I.. HerA,,,

thenlIPll- t..SelA. .... "..''n''. tha 'south lice nf ll'.U 07 minutes thpncf S2 second Kast according to plat recorded in Plat ly boundary of said of NW the souther west of Seaboard Railroad: In NE corner and EXCEPT 5 acres I r TTP" era; h1 wffa. Jo F)'si
"in.ea 1f ".""n"'. C. ....". "r o..Inn "I "Pnwnshln 4 Month 45.5; feet to the Point of ln- Book 1. page 17'of the public records and the easterly % of SK<4 less 9 acres to Jane Byrd; less 2 In the SE corner West of State TT.l ,l'ln,. I'n"ineea a
** cc ... pi.a T>snap CS p.ot at a noint 1'77. le of boundary of the acres sold to R. E. Blanchard. all Road No. 13 and EXCEPT Tlsriiy
"'.a !et Jo > ",|o lung of Borrow Pit No. run Bradford County; Florida. In Section right of way of State 1 acre Dh-r %Int.' ('.1"In.nv,
fAAt we '.rl" from the Hoad lOU, being in Section 23 Township 6South in NW
rt'; ..ti'T'c0eth f" ....., onthetstnvnap thence North 30 04 minutes 11, Township ,5 South Range and run thence in ( corner of Section 26, Town' OT.T1TPI' e. Mo' "s YPecordol
,cLnnPC. : .._n".' Ji.... "" 7' r>f a.M oectlon 3< run 08 d.rrlf1 600 feet run 22 East,. rection along said a northerly di Range 22 East, lying (1) ship S South Range 22 East ,_ T-.Iu_ 41 .t Poo* M Inv f"

feet to .h'I".." 11." t' ..'I 1",_ ..; .",. Nnr'l -t decreoa 41 fnlnte thence South IP""dEI.t 59 decrees 55 ,min- lying each side of and within 10 ary, a distance of easterly 250 bound left of and within 25 feet of and (1) lying left of and within 25 4ul--e (" "fnr cf of

tl"n" I. t "-1,. u., ",1 Tee. we>.. ... ... .. Fsst ISSO.76 feet ute 5! seconds East 300 feet run L feet of a Haul Road centerline. said point of beginning; from feet to (2) right of and within 35 feet of feet of a lateral ditch survey line, i'ul.h Tr"bop. "tate9

erl, f.'r.I t' n't I I.t.nrnel.O A_ he hp"'nn'n. of pnrveCOn- thence South SO degrees 04 minutes centerline being described as follows: beginning continue In a northerly point Of a- lateral ditch survey line, said said ditch survey line being described ., 11 Prht| Of War
*.OA tA ditch line being described
p"l il ,iFv.Icn 1 1.'v ""V'2 apq.lI 08 second West MU< feet run L Commence at the southwest corner direction along said easterly bound. sur.y a as follows: m,., ,.,,.e f# .
riI.'.'.. 0 nt' "-.. ".". ,....nf f ll or feet. r"n th"11 thence North 69 decrees 55 min of said Lot .29, run thence North amy a distance of 385 feet to follows: Commence on the north line of C'.w.th apaIt rf that
.;.'" of >*lfltln 1. 1. .. ( ute 52 seconds West 3no feet 3 degrees 12 minutes seconds West iron stake: run thence in South,, 'T'14 of OII
wee. ''r''h tots c"ntr'i of I to the Point an east Section 23, Township 6 South, Range 22 East at a point 2960.8 thqt ulp 'IS r 'q
a.II (f Beginning of Borrow 30 feet to tbe Point Beginning of erly direction at right angles 'TIi,..., A 4
to On..h5
AW'Efl vv r.... fSriffls I"" aeC.eea *, wlnntes 45 "econds a Pit No., 4; Haul Road centerline thence aforesaid Range 22 East at a point fl.Z feet feet easterly from the northwest: 3, Townehln
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"I$ ..' ; Of ffi.. .lv.qncA nf 751 4 feet '1 the end of ALSO, North 82 decrees 11 minutes run 36 tance of easterly 869.45 boundar a dis welt from the northeast of corner of said Section 26, run C'nh T'n IC p..*,
T..I seconds .
<% '*. t hi4.C iron Section 23, run thence South thence South iIn. .q.te.i, .i ni; r,11hI5 111
Worth 1C
17 degrees 32
.Yp Plr1t.t WI.T".t A parcel of land for Borrow Pit: East 100 feet, run South stake on the minutes I ... .. ..
1P'-J ..
westerly boundary ,, .
of ,
n. ... .. in "Inn."* 61 BAoonrts) EistfAAt Drain. tbenl the right of 16; d.grlpI 32 minutes 07 seconds 07 seconds West 225.40 feet to the 1 u Ihp (f c***" 1).4
89
C -M'P., Af l.,. r"1"1'(2Ai.ti.tt t. th. "1"" '<> t.thA e... |I''ln' of said each side of and within 10 I degrees 20*minutes 24 seconds East Airline Railroad way of the Mf8bar West 1516.10 feet to the Point otBeginning point of Beginning of said ditch Aft that *A1 MM rnr.fntl .
IYlnl 760 feet, run thence 58 degrees : run .,....
"'r1t "", ( I "''''''' 1 ..i"n >5 Wt line nf section the Pit Drain line,, Sut a southerly direction of said ditch survey line, survey line, run thence South 76 lino KotfiT ( "n1hp.l a.Y4 /
.. ii ., 4 A nth aur.y 36 minutes 24 Inds 247.6 feet along said run thence North 'degrees degrees 32 __,__ I,.. .
qrnih R*... -! iriMAr .hl. Pqq2% paid drain survey being described I westerly 7' Z minutes 07 seconds West .eth | **< nf Of
more or less to end of Haul a distance of
rci.tv x'14lie.p.1 h.Ic. mc.pePlicohirl "C 1..t it nls fin* feet snnth- as follows: te. Rod 371.54 bounlar. minutes 53 seconds West 86.6 feet, run thence South 64 degrees '- 5'ic.'hl 5' Opth P.s.st

(lcQeI.IIe4U 1"""': ... I. t *h.. VA*th*..corner Of Begin at the northwest corner ot centerline. aforesaid southerly iron stake on feet to to the beginning of a curve 58 minutes 07 seconds West "... a, ,,.la 5544 fee* aqfpIl,

r"n", t' ."" N' .. r'v Af VP" A* s"M Qe Inn 9ri Pwrrow Pit No. 4 as described I .Containing O.9 acres more or lel! the NW% of the SEM boundary run of concave to the northeasterly barIng 5.S9 feet run thence South 73 ,___ SI., r? l4

.S14 t CAotlAn 1 unit r... fticn"" ".. >n thence North 17, le>ees 16 sbove. run thence North 40 degrees ALSO: in a westerly 'direction; thence a radius of 30 feet run thence Degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds West nn S ...IC.h.j Ipt,', pa tl. ..

,. rierreeg 4] minute .40 ..4'Arn1C ",..... .' epwln1q F".t 400 feet. 48 minutes Of) seconds East 400 BORROW PIT XO. ie..HAFI< ROAD southerly boundary a 'distance along said, northwesterly alongId curve 88.- 620 feet, run thence North 73 degrees : enrne ec'qva top h, p prIy

..a"Innc t- rtherw| ".iiiil"t ('onIsicic. 2 "*9 ,c.e. more orpT feet to the end of said drain' survey LEFT OF STATION 5111.35.31Thatpartof 593.33 feet to a point: run thence of I 20 feet to the end of said curve, run 55 minutes 53 seconds West __l__ rqiIq ee fr't

"l. ", nf 18.r! I... "''.'\e of existing road line : -' in a northerly direction i. thence North 10 deere.17 minutes 670 feet, "aa t.J. a 4InAs4 haa.in.. pf
tt the".. '' *>m.-:..rT "f the "I..f _.. Containing 3.627 acres more or T-nt. 31 in Wn"IAW PnMIvision according el to aforesaid and paral- 53 seconds West 1.91 feet run ALSO: S'.h ii ,le..e. 5Q icin.f'q 40 .ec.

*>* V.v nf. t>>".I..h..r<1 .e1.. 1'x D pry: Rational Lad Cornoratlnn. less. ( .. I to plat recorded In Plat ofthe ,right of way easterly of State boundary thence North 20 .. 24 minutes (2) lying right of and within 40 I Pact '"n u.np'5svtery *10n.
.1"lt. Book 1. page 17 of the public record Road .53 seconds West 146 feet to
flellrceAt $theno A>ith ia 'ALSO. %00.a distance of feet of a lateral ditch survey line, 5.1.1 '. .'
1 I of Bradford County. .Florida, feet to a the end'of said ditch CIF'C 'I1th n sn1. of 4 -
4ft -Inne 4A secocli. on V.. IM, Rid .f BORROW PIT point run li.9 survey line said ditch survey line being described
1 weeS tea Way >0. S AND DRU\F, < Section 11. 5 thence oroea 45 .? > ft so"1 U lii.-
lni saM we.., w ho" ". Tht t%"r of: LEFT OF STATION "--34.13 n Township South. direction, at right westerly Contalnln& 0.386 acres more or as follows: *
| +
I Ransre a distance of t"n.p of "41 tea Ph0 enf of r |
Itce of 981.53 feet to port otb..inrlnr. Pwnwt tV.f <>Art<|||| point Or Stslre That part nfrEtt %Eat of 300 feet anglls existing road Commence on the north line ot than.'. 'ppth
of IC lia.rqc
of and within 10 beginning right of P1VC r"l
.. located where the west edge of of SW of of Section I llnK I way.OWNED Section 26. Township 5 South,
tie
-......,... .f .,,,, t. .lie. right of way of State Road No. 34Townshin 5 NEt: Rnge z _, ___the ou_Haul_ _.Road__ _centerline.aiu ___. __. lying'each side of and ._ _u_ .PY_.: B. E_Reddish h_ and Range 22 East at a point 29608 n'i'u'.t.q, flQS.en.1,1515,00, SI1 *7ui
within ,, ,..
,erlhe'E: cont'nne' gonth. U du'rlp! IntersHtl with the sooth edge or i East described as follows follows- criuriiuio uemg UCBCIIUCU. a. 30 feet of a lateral ditch nix wne Ciiiiei u. reOOIIn feet Easterly from the northwest L.w I titC Ituttil aiuS 0n.I.
ofthat portion of the : line, said survey SUBJECT TO: Mortgage held by: corner of said Section at 8 point C91 feet e eterly from
44 seconds. Wept alone-) SKtt .Commence the south ,line of ditch line 29, run
"1"u..40 Commence at the southwest corncr survey being Farmers Home the northwest of NE'i of said
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said boundary distanceofJSfljfeet of.NEV of. Section 15Townahip 6 Section SI. Township 5 South described as follows: Administraton thence South 1C degrees 32 minutes corner
. weterly'
to. potntMOStt->t South. Range 22 east,' lying west I Range 22 Eat at a point 624.74 of said Lot 31, Seton 11, Commence on the west line SRD X*. 204-R 07 seconds West 225.40 feet Section 3. Containing 1.054 acre.

northerly of the.southerly bound.ary5o of raid State Highway No. 19. feet welterl" from tbe southeast Township run thence 5 South.North Ran 3 degrees.East 12 SW% of SE 4 of Section 21; Township of. Dr.I.. ;* Easemeat to the Point of, Beginning of said more or less, exclusive of ezlsltlng
a'on.'d NKH when tneanvred. then4 of SEI of said 6 South Range 22 East L.TERtI.DITCH LEFT OF 8TA- ditch survey line run thence South road rieht of way.
minutes 24
seconds West 10 feet at
said west Section 34 thence point 104.60 a -TIO430lSO.et) 76 degrees 32 OWNED BY: May Underwood
along,salt westerly boundary. sid highway a run North 16 degree feet southerly minutes'07 seconds
to the of of Haul from
TH? thence South 1'dentel :: distance.of 489.9 .feet for a point of 05 minutes 51 seconds Cast Road Pint Beginning run thence North the northwest corner of SW% of That part of: West 86.C feet, run thence South Jones and her husband Hoyt Jones.
minutes 10 seconds distance beginning thence run westerly and 2343.56 ''f.et. run thence North 65 SE% of said Section 21 NEU of SEi of Section 14, 64 degrees 58 minutes 07 seconds TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration
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.of 113.I'fl.to'a pint on parallel with the south edge of said degrees 22 minutes' seconds West East as.degrees. 6(0 1 to minutes the 3 seconds of said North I degrees 15 minutes run thence 09 I Township 5, South. Range 22 tut West 256.89 feet, run thence South ,of Taking has been filed hj the above

.the SE 4.of NE'i a distance of 3SC i iand,110 40' feet run 'th.nc North 0 degrees Haul Road,centerline seconds East 493.35 feet to the I lying (J lef of and 73 degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds tylecaube, by the Petitioners, the
of of State 'Road %UO. said feet to' a stake thencerun 35 minutes 52 ,seconds Welt Containing" Point. of Beginning of ditch : feet of ( right of and within West C20 feet, run thence North 73 acquiring authority of these proced-

waY being 109S feet northerly northerly and parallel wIth the 650.65 flet run thence North 3 degrees less. 6S63'ares'more or line run thence South 73 survey de- 40. feet of lateral ditch survey degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds West ings, of the (akin; of the above described -

aforesaid southerly boundary when west.edge of said SKU of Mdtt a os seconds .Kast BY Selma Eunice grees 44 minutes East- line, said ditch survey line being 480 feet run thence North 66 degrees lands, for the purposes set

measured along said easterly distance of 100 feet, thence.run 300.feet run thence Nortn 12 de OWE.::Lane :and her husband 5 feet run 5 leondl de described a follows: 11 minutes 53 seconds West forth in the petition in this cause

boundary: run thence North 14 degrees easterly and parallel .with'the minutes 08 seconds tat .Clra. Lane. Essie M. Green and her, tenc utb'7 East Commence on the south line of 148.5S feet, run thence North 73 viz: As right of way for a portion of
5C minutes 40 seconds, Kastalong south edge of said SK i of .NU* !oa feet, run thence North 35 B. Green Eula 910 feet to the end of lecond.said ditch Section Township 5 South, Range. degrees 65 minutes 63 seconds West State Road ZOO, Bradford County
said Easterly boundary a distance a distance of 376 a feet to the west grees 07 minute 53 seconds West : hOlband.her L A survey line 22 Eastat a point 661.2 feet westerly 58 feet to the end of said ditch survey Florida,, and that one of the- Judges

'of 'no'' feet to a point: run edge of-said right of way of said 336 feet to the Point of Beginning i .Pr. Eunice bUlband T.L Gertrude Containing 1.170 more or from the southeast corner of line << the Circuit Court in the Eighth

thence NorthB degrees U rain- tae Highway No. 13, thence run of Borrow Pit No.5. .run thence Eunice 1. S.: II. 'wle.. and less, exclusive of existing r. road sid Section 14, run thence North ALSO; Judicial Circuit of Florida, will on
ntes 40 s> distance of .' feet southwesterly along the South 1 degree 16 mInutes '6Z seconds his wife. Francys Eunice Selma right of way.OW 16 dlgree' 32 minutes 07 seconds (3) lying right of and within 40 the 12th day of June, A. D. 1958 at

(Ooo. 7 feet to point ofbeglnnnr.| wet edge of said right of way ot Est 33 feet run thence South If. Norton and her husband Bradley -, : Charles Hardy and East 1347.83 feet to the beginningof feet- of a lateral ditch survey line 11 o'clockin the forenoon thereof, in

lying) easterly easterly of gad with sid State Highway to point of be. 87 00 minutes 08 seconds 'A. Norton.- i wie, Hardy a curve concave to the westerly between ditch survey line Station Circuit, Court Chambers in Alachua

55feetof'the survey line of State ginning West 425 feet run thence North SRD :oa! SOT. Borrow Pit i P., and his wife,. Dougla having a radius of 3015.57 feet run 16-1-33.49 and. the north line of County Court House at Gainesville

Rod %00. Section UO'' (114) ZUl( lying westerly of and within 55 I degree "53 seconds BORROW. PIT NO. S HAUL ROD 'ardy. J. E. Hardy and his C, thence northeasterly and north a- parent tract described above, said Florida,. consider said Declaration of

114. survey line d@srlbe a feet of the survey line of StateRoad West ,400 feet, run thence North LEFT. OF STATION .Sll.S&3tPART { :0. EJa Hardy doing business as lon said curve through an angle ditch survey line and ditch survey Taking, appoint appraisers and make
: 200. Section 2801 1114) 201. 87 degrees 00 minutes 04 seconds ( Brothr Motor Company. degrees 47 minutes 09 BConds line station being described as follows such order as the Court deems pro
Beginning ,on ,the south line of said survey line being described East 425 feet ran. thence South 1 That part) of: ': Mortgage recorded a distance of 725.57 feet to : All parties to the suit and all

Section 1, Township S South.. Range .!follows: degree' 16 52 seconds East Lot 4Q of Woodlawn Subdivision In Book 41 at Page,%9 in favor of the Point of Beginning of said ditch Commence on the north line of per. interested and be
parties may appear
East : un.& feet easterly the south line ot SC7 feet to the point of Albert line, run thence North 87
:S at a point Beginnlol on Beginningof according to plat in Plat Harman Curator of survey Section 26. Township S South, heard at the time and place desig
from .the southwest corner ot Township 6 South Borrow No. 5. rlred' Estate 15 minutes 02 seconds 22 East -
eton 16 Pi Book 1..page 17 ,records Letsch, In. de&ee Range at a point 2960.8 nated.
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saidSection J. said pplnt being ont :! al a point 1373.87 publi 114.75 feet run thence
AL. Bradford Welt feet easterly from the northwest
o{ competent and each of hereby
,arc_of a.curt* e concave to the feet westerly from the southeast of land for Borrow Pit being Section :'County. 1lrtda 5. a Drainage E..e.t North 27 degree 30 minutes corner of said Section ZS, run You, you. are
radius of i7Z'.fes nf said in Towsblp feet te the commanded to appear by filing an
easterly .having a corner Section 1$. run Drain. South. Range 22 .LATERAL DITCH RIGHT OF 30 seconds West thence South 16 degrees 32 minutes
feet thence from.a tangent bearing thence. North 16 degrees 35.minutes lying each side of and within 10 lying each side Est within 10 STATION S33--S&4| end of said ditch* survey line 07 seconds West 225.40 feet to the answer to-the petition heretofore filed

of North 19 degrees 45 minutes Ueonda 09 second East 1111.34 feet to the feet of the Pit Drain survey line, of the Haul Road centerline. That par of: Containing '0.51 acres more or Point of Beginning of said ditch in this came,'hi the entitled court en

. Eastrun northeasterly along beginning of a curve concave to said drain surrey line being described felt said being described feet of SWH Of NK less existing road survey line run thence South 76 or before the Uth day of July 1958.
said 'curve through an angle the westerly having a radius of a follows centerlne' a East of State 200 and of way. degrees 32 minuTes 07 seconds West to show what right title, interest, or

ot degrees 5C.minutes 13 .&one' 5729.ST3 feet. run thence northeastly Begin on the south line of Borrow' Commence at the' .southeast corner of S. .A L R Roae. 'in Section Wet 3, OWED BY: J. E Wan and his 86.6 feet run thence South 64 degrees liens you, or any of you have in and

a' distance of .393." feet t th along said curve through a total Pit No. 6 as described above of Lot 30 of said Woodlawn Township Range 23 East. witI Ha.. WalL 58 minutes 07 seconds West to any pf the above described lands

end of ,said eurve run I.ntra anrle of 5 decrees 46 min at a.'' point 10 feet North 87 degrees Subdivision In Section 11, Township lying' (1) left of and within 20 SUBJEC TO: Mortgage Recorded 256.39 feet, run thence South 73 and show cause,why the same should
North 23 31 seconds distance of 576.67 feet to 00 minutes 02 seconds East 5 South, 22 East run thence feet of and (2) right of and within at Page 229 In Favor degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds West not be taken for the uses and purposes

.East 5490,78 'feet to.the north the end of said curve run thence from'the southwest corner .of said North 3 Rne 18 minutes 24 seconds 30 feet. of a lateral ditch survey of W. R. Strickland and his wife C20 feet, run thence North 73 degrees set forth in the petition filed herein.

floe of said Section 1., at a point North 10 degrees 49 minutes US Borrow Pit No. 5, run thence South West 30 feet.to'the Point of line., said ditch survey line being Rose Strickland.- 55 minutes 53 seconds west WITNESS my hand and this seal

1477.24 feet westerly from the'i seconds East '%:O&.n feet to the 3 degrees 45 minutes S2 seconds Beginning 'of Haul Road center- described as follows: RD {.5 3 Drainage Etmtmemt C7A feet, to the point of Beginning of said Court 'on this 29 day of Uay

northeast. corner of said Section 1. beginning of a curve concave to East 58 feet to the end. of said run thence North 83 degrees Commence .a the. Nprth line atSeition LATERAL DITCH RIGHT OP STATION of ditch survey line, run thence A. D. 1S58. -

Containing 0.118 aeres. more or th, e.st.ly. having a radius of drain survey line, lne 1 31 seconds 'East loo ?,. Township C South, : 45 -IPART) North 1 degree 35 minutes 53 sec- (OFFICIAL 'SEAL)

)ese.- nClu.lve'.f .existing road 5721578 feet run thence northeasterly Contalnlnl 4.132 acres more or fet run thence South. 89 deles Range 2$ East at a point 691 feet That part of: West 10CI feet to the end of said Charles X Darby

right-of, way. along Mid curve through less.ALSO 24 seconds easterly from the northwest cor That portion of Lot 45. Wood- ditch surrey line, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT

OWE. BY ."lreefN.7lu'N. *> *- an angle of 9 degrees 09 minutes : feet run thence South 68 degrees ner.of'NE'/ sid Section 3. run law in Section 13. Township I ALSO: BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA

35 seconds a dlst.nl of 915.97 teet BORROW PIT NO. .HAri ROAD 36 minutes 24 seconds East 247.1 thence South degrees
., 184, 4Right ,.( Way. I to the east line of Section 16 at AND DRAIN,LEF OF STATIC feet more or less to the end of ute 06 seconds West '2252.19 feet of Seaboard Airline Railroad and follows: .-A..CHASTAUf. ESQ.
That paro. :' ,1 :,rvft I a point 264.02 feet southerly from 332.M&M (PAT said Haul'Road centerline the Point of'Begmnnlng pf said east of State Roa No. 200 (former. Commence on the north line of HOLLAJTO-BU1LDIXO''- '

Lot in ,the NKVi of the northeast corner of said Section That part of: Containing '.05 acres more or] ditch survey line,' run thence South ly State Road said Lot is numbered Section 26, Township S South TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA

Section 1, Township 6 South. lunge iS, SH of NWK of NWH and NEK leas exclusiv existing road 73 degrees 54 minutes 62 sons according to map of Wood- Range 22 East at a point 29(0.8 AND

22. East and firther 'derrbee in Containing 0,05 acres more or of NWH (wet of Highway sol), way. East 100 feet run thence. lawn. which said map U recorded feet easterly from the northwest MACK 8. FUTCH. ESQ.

Peed Recorded In C.. less, exclusive existing road EXCEPT SH acre in northeastcorner OWED BY: J. L Watel' and CS degrees minutes 52 seconds upon the Public Records of "Brad corner of said Section 26. run COUNTY ATTORNEY

Pact H. public records of mad- right of way.OWE and ECE t acres iniontkeut Lois A. .. East 600 feet to the end. of Bald ford County Florida. thence South 1C degrees 32 min. 07 BTARKE. FLORIDA

ford County, yiorlda, Jjrtng aouu oft t: J. B. GrUfin and fcU .C t Section 94, SUBJECT TO: Mortgage' record ditcH survey line. lying left of and within 29 feet seconds West 223.10 feet to Joe ATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONERS

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