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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 12, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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 Armed Cons Caught After 24-Hoi ir Hunt xnY




Two armed convicts, who shota the area since 10 a.m. Wednesday The guard said Strickland, !!
I I serving ankle. Several small
bones were S. 301 in the vicinity of "
>uiseOfficers' at the'slightest sign of
guard in escaping from a road when two convicts overpowered 25 years for armed robbery, shattered. I fatigue.
crew on SR 227 twelve miles I took were shuffled about as i This represented the third prisoner
Guard Willie Butler, 55, his was a trusty and he didn't suspect Sheriff's deputies from Bradford
the determined
southwest of Starke were recap- ',revolver, and fled into the woods. the sneak attack. Butler said Union position of the break in the North Florida
and Alachua counties conducted
fugitives
tured about 9 ajn. Thursday en I Butler, taken Bradford Coun-,,Strickland 24, apparently struck changed. Radio contact t area in as many days. Donald
a graded road in the vicinity of 'Hospital, said he was leading him with the butt oi rife guard's! the search. Bloodhoundsand helped each man to be at the most t Fenner, 18, escaped from a prison
the use'of
Stallings Truck Stop north of,i 34-year-old Weldon Meadows to, own pistol. walkie-talkies important place at the right time.,. farm at Chattahoochee Monday
t helped to run the escapees in a The deputies had food and and 32-year-old Robert
Waldo. a nearby creek when he was attacked I During a scuffle, tue weapon well patrolled circle in Alachua .
drink
brought to them at
regularintervals Thompson broke from road
The a
capture climaxed an intensive -I fiom..behind by Archibald discharged, the bullet
striking county: just across the Bradfordline and fresh bloodhoundsstood gan near Jacksonville
24-hour manhunt waged in J. Strickland. I I Tuesday.
Butler in the '
left
leg near the Nortt' of Waldo, West of U. ready to rush into action The two escapees were broughtto

Bradford County jail later .




BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I Thursday Auto morning.Rams National Guardsmen Off y 'To. rafi.c-wa.Yr.-Camp




I Fog Machine National Guardsmen Ronnie Griffis, Earl Norman, Harold Epp",
Joe Lamb, Charles
Schaeffer
and Winfred Tomlinvon! load footlockers
Official County Publication Established In 1879 into truck prior to leaving for summer purampmeat at Fort Stewart,

VOLUME SEVENTY.NINE- Wrecking BothLeo Ga. Both local units, ('0, B, Camp Branding, and ('0. C, Starke. left
STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1938;
--,- NUMBER FIFTY-ONE Sunday morning and will return to their home base June 22.

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": -- .r. a; #+ a-I- + d f tk.yr.r $.k;M4 i7fir' _q _. *'a+. tk"Wd tF? 7d.-A t YS; a4t'k+Mg CPCz EeC Julian Thomas, Jr. of r., .
Gainesville is in critical conditionat

I Bradford County .Hospital fol- E!. r: I
lcwing a collision with the local,
+r tf (
mosquito fog spraying truck on
East Call Street last night. I

'" Thomas' 1956 automobile wasa 1

-, total loss along the j4'\
with{ truck,, 't .
a which had various parts strewn )|
all over the highway. <
M I f
3 George Hicks superintendent of t .,
streets, was on the truck along vs mi

with two other men. They are I \ -

not believed to be in serious con- >.

dition. however, they were takento

the hospital for .checking.

!' t ,_ The 28-year-old Thomas was .
i I I apparently
r driving at an exces-
sive rate cf speed-the speedom

eter was stuck at 75-and hit the

: back of the machine after comingover

: a slight hill and getting lost

III3.ILiJLI1 in the fog.Pardon,

4-H Girls. Leave For Short, Course


Board Off to the 4-H Club short course at FSU in Tallahassee, bright

: and early Monday morning were ((1st row, left to right) Judy Kelly,

....r..t ..-, _......t'\t" ... _. .. ... Linda Gayle Green, Virginia Parrhh, Patricia Fellum. I-r
UI ... _____; + ; Top ( )
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___. ______ n' _,_ _& ,.. ... Denies Plea
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'-I Miss
Ross
The last of the 96 graduating I Dorothy home demonstration agent, Lynn 1'erint, and
that miracles have seldom been Gwendolyn Raulerson.!

had Seniors received of Bradford his diploma.High School The 96 Graduate From BHSIn strength accomplished, but that by moral physic and Of Mrs. CarterThe

band moved into a stately recessIonal -
spiritual strength have accomplished
and the bluegownedboys many. 301 Condemnation Suits Begin.

and white-gowned girls filed I some respects it was much'.I indoor quarters. and faculty members who had Mike Goldwire, Valedictorian, Florida Board of ,Pardons, fNjJY1day

westward across the green sodded like other' graduations at Brad-.I In another way, the ceremony guided the Senior's footsteps made the farewell address. fitting t\ )]1B Tallahassee. Wednesday, .
athletic field* ,.' two by two.. Halfway ford High School in recent years,' was significant also WjthTa new through 12 long years of school- Beecher W. Payne, supervising |enjedf l'*'fcof.Mjs./-I"* ;1 Effie Car- Local Appraisers

across. someone suddenly but in other way it was different. auditorium scheduledart.. of principal, introduced each mem ter ofvStarke'for .
brokers and let out wild ing.Gary commutation of .
a The 96 graduates' 152 boys and' the:construction under a,recently Elzey, Wilbur Barry, and ber of the class, with a brief f : fl'1
war whoop. Others followed suit 44 girls) 4 comprised the largest authorized $450,000 bond issue, Mark Moore, three outstanding outline of his or her accomplish a $1,500 fine or one year in prisonon Condemnation pr 0 c e e din g Sl proceedings! have been filed by

and mortar boards, blue and Senior Class ever turned out at it might well be the last com members of the ,class,. followed ments in high school. As: the conviction of aggravated assault against some 80 parcels of land, the State Road Department. Their

white were' yanked from heads BHS. The 'weather cooperated mencement held under the .skies with a three-part discussion of graduates came forward, they in Circuit Court here. along the right of way of U. S.i\ report will be filed with the court,
and sent sailing across .the sky beautifully for an outdoor Mrs. Carter did 301,north got underway Thursdays after which the Road
cere- at Memorial stadium,,, "Building the Highway to Suc were presented with their diplomas not appear in Department
like flying saucers. mony, in marked contrast to last Patricia Pellum, Salutatorian, e88." :In'''emphasizing -the- jnoral by H. P. Morgan, superintendent person before the board but wa ,f with the appointment ot: appraisers witf place i"n' the_ registry ot the '
The Senior Clai&of..J9S&. ..was. year's fiasco when rain:' causeda made,'the -keynote ,.address., pay: (and spiritual values'education, .of public instruction.* represented byher-attorney'Zaeft following: hearing J>efore.Cir.cuit .,court-twtC the amount of the

t' officially graduated ,,- ,> : ; last minute shift "to crowded Inor!- tribtit@' .tft nnrent*." friends. the--- vmincT. -- -cnaoVore-----! TV\irit0H--- lilt---: .rrVirhtintia/4__u_._ ftn_u T.>_QCTA.. _R1. Douglas of 'Jacfcsnnville-.whn______n_. n___ _aslr-_ Judge John. A. H. Murphree total appraised,value.., The department
-a ed for clemency.Her in Gainesville. will! then be in position to
Goods Valued County Attorney Mack; Kutcft .go forward ,with the four-laning
Market Moves Supervisor Asks request was vigorously opposed -
Mrs. Howe Quits by State's Attorney T, E. recommended the appointment of: project on 11 miles of 301 north
At DCofCPost three local realtors, E. W. Hayes, of Starke to the Clay County line.
$1000 Stolen All uncan of Gainesville who
To prose-
I Register A. J. Thomas Sr., and Guy Andrews Owners of the contested parcels
Fair cuted the case at the fall termof
Volume : who were approved by the have been given until July 14 to
court in 1957. Duncan
from 2 StoresTwo I In PrecinctsIf told the court. file their answers with the court,
t board that Mrs. Iris Starling of
The appraisers will now pro- ;showing cause why their property
local businesses were brok- I' Starke had been the victim of "a
Of ProduceSweet sb 1t ceed to set a value on each par :should not 'be taken for the pur-
0CiA6 tUbFj have not
( en'into early Wednesday morning you registered, now Effective 15th savage attack" by Mrs. Carter I eel against which eminent domain :poses described.
with one reporting about $1,000 is the time to do it. Supervisor:; during which she"was taken for a .

com made a belated appearance worth of merchandise and money I i cf Registration Marian Crosby ride to a secluded spot, had her

on the State Farmers missing. t, jvt( seas tut '1 LLi ; urges all persons who have not Mrs. Marian Howe, executive hair shorn, was struck with a pistol Attempt To 'Blow Up Caterpillar'Backfires
Market here this week, with 1,000crates Farm. Home and Auto Supply, I! 4* 1 registered to please not put it off secretary of the Starke and Bradford -: and threatened with acid.i
sold through Tuesday at I coiner of Cherry and Brownlee, County Chamber of Com Motive for the attack, as brought
prices ranging from 1.35 to 1.90.1 was entered after double locks any longer. merce has submitted her resign- out at the trial, was Mrs. Carter's On fH5i Grnrlnntf
Corn volume is expected to in- on' the front door were broken. '' Registration books are now openin ation effective June 15. belief that Mrs. Starling was having - -- -- -- -- -

crease sharply for the next few Besides money from a vending all precincts: No. 1-George W. Mrs. Howe said that she would l an affair with her husband.Mrs. Burge Searing, 17, of W. Call explosive pile, causing it to ex

days with the peak of the season machine and the cash drawer! Roberts in Lawtey; No.2-and No. leave Starke Friday morning for Carter's conviction was recently St. suffered bad burns last weekas plode.

seen next week.Cucumbers fishing tackle, spark plugs and 3-Court House in Starke; No. 4 Chapel Hill N. C. where she will upheld by the State Courtof the result of an explosion Burge suffered bad burns on his

have led in volume I pocket knives are missing totaling -Mrs. Offie Rivers in Graham' ; take a post graduate course in C Appeals and she has now asked caused by careless use of dangerous right hand, arm, face and singed
60 far at the. market this approximately $1,000 worth. No. 5-Mrs. Pearl M. Home in the chemicals.The his hair and
season I t I of C work at the Southeastern Supreme Court to review the eyebrows eyelashes.
with 3,550 bushels handled at a Brcwnlee and Chasteen. across Hampton;. No. 6-Mrs. Delaney' j Institute. From there she will go decision, cf the Appelate Court. A Bradford High graduating I He is' getting around better now

range from 1.50' to 2.25. The aver- the street, was entered througha Dickinson in Theressa; No. 7- cn to Lockport N. Y, for the mandate for carrying out the sentence senior ,was attempting to "blow d nd his burns are healing well.

age was 1.80, window, but" nothing is missing Mrs. Eunice,Moody in New River; 'summer, returning to Starke in was stayed until final action up" a caterplller in his back yard The accident caused him to miss
I i I and No. 8-R, A. Colson in Brook
Other produce handled to date: except money from a vending the fall. by the Supreme Court. using zinc and sulphur. When commencement, exercises.
String beans, 800 hampers, machine. I Trail Ridge Club er. nothing happened following the The teenager had been expert-
In her letter of resignation,
average price 1.40. Two thieves were surprised in. Gas Sales Rise lighting ot the fuse, the boy menting with rockets and exploSives
Peas (blackeye and Alabama), the act of ransacking Kingsley A wardsVinners I ]Rotarians Hear addressed to J, R, Bullington, sprinkled more zinc on the hot in his Science Club at BHS.

500 hampers?. average 1.35. Beach's main building the same In Fishing Contest ]Dr. Daniels SpeakOn Chamber president, Mrs. Howe ]In Bradford ;

Butter beans, 300 hampers, 2.25 morning and a connection was said: "The salary I have been re Above 'State Level
average. figured with the local jobs but Tommy Coison j>f the Trail ( HappinessThe
ceiving in the past is not sufficient -
....
A few squash at from 75c to interrogation disproved this. They Ridge Soda! Club displays tnebulletin to meet the cost of living Gasoline consumption in Bradford I
were held by Clay County of- board on which the entries secret of happiness was '
County rose 30 per cent
2.00.Pepper will start arriving in ficers. ,were listed in the organiza discussed at the Rotary Club and necesary expenses any manager over the Florida, average from i

volume, nrxt week, with only 2 5, tion's recent annual fishing con meeting Wednesday by Dr. E. J.I should have to fulfill her 1954 through 1957 I, a larger gain

bushels handled to date, at around Bible School Set test. Daniels, currently conducting obligations in a communIty:' than such counties as Pinellas,

4.00.A. 'Nate Dyal w n. first prize ot countywide revival services in "When I Came to your Chamber Hillsborough and Dade.
few' strawberries are stir The First Presbyterian Church $35 worth of fishing' equipmentwith Starke. He was introduced by O. ) as manager ten'years ago, one

coming to the market, with 3.00 Bible School will be hem MonCay his catch 1.an 11-pound, E. Snow, who had charge of the could manage on $160 a month, Although'gasoline sales are

pints scld since Wednesday of las through Friday, June' 16-20, at one ounce bass in ,Hampton Lake. program.Dr. but not today," she ,added. not an Infallible county measureof

week at .an average of 24c. the church. Mike Funderburk won second Daniels said that most of Mrs. Howe also pointed to this e growth of distribution because of, the they mechanIcs are- --
place with a 9poundounce j the unhappiness in the world '
need for adequate office
spaceand
I
generally helpful in r
indicating
bass and was $15 worth of .-- .. .
_, a given caused by people worrying overthings a paid assistant as contributing growth trends. -- ---- "----- -
,.. .: equipment Cecil Rowe,took third j that can't help.. This iswrcng" factors in her resignation.
prize. $10'worth of equipment said since if Gauging Florida's recent expansion New Jaycee OfficersNewly
jd thes peaker "With no paid assistant, a job I .
with his 9-pounds{ T-ounce entry. gasoline consumption in ,
.. 3 you can't help a thing there is no could be proud of could not be
The bulletin board caused much the state rose 21 per cent over elected Jaycee officers! are pictured above from
need worrying about it, and if 1 mastered Mrs. ,Howe said. "The right to left:

't al! 1Ltl amusement when pranksters you help it, you should roll up only alternative was for me to State the, past Chamber three of years Commerce, the Florida said I Johnny Kopelousos, president; G. J. Mi'Griff, Ore president; Sam
started such remarks your sleeves and do something resign." Zark
adding as
,
about it. Last year's sales totaled almost t), secretary-treasurer; Jack Hodge, state director; and R. G.
: -caught. with a 30-30"" "club "My personal interest toward 1.5 billion gallops and were Gardner.
bed" "cat fish" and other wise Dr. Daniels said that if people each individual in Bradford virtually double the 1950 figure.
had the proper amount of faith, County will always be the same,"
a cracks after the listings. ,AfteDyal's r
they would trust in the Lord> and Mrs. Howe declared. "My home Fishing Licenses "'3': .1 ill:. jlilh"'_ .
winning entry they added that he would work things out in will always'be in Starke regard
+ "Caught in North End Trap.. the end.Sugar. less of any change." On Sale June 15th Y

frr Bullington said that the, directors
t Court Sees Fishermen attention! Your
Mayor's
Is Sold had made L:? immediate 1957-58
fishing license !
E7 expires
: 4 Bonds ForfeitedOnly At Auction plans for keeping> the Chamber June 30.. f T, ya
6 v office until directorwas f
open a new
1.. The, 1958-59 license goes on
five cases, aH for public Held By Sheriff employed. sale June 16 in County Judge T.. ,
.
intox cation appeared on Mayor'scourt
A. Yawn's office in the
C. D. "Jack" Edwards paidJ24L.40 county I
docket None
Monday.
appeared Health Officer
court house.
for 3400 of i
I pounds sugar
to defend the chargesagainst
them. that has been stored at the county i. Attending Camp The cost of a one-year resident. $ .
1 I jail since it was confiscated state license is $2.
Of those forfeiting bond were
from a moonshine still during a Dr. A. Y. Covington, Bradford
1 I
John H. Allen and Otis 'Allen, G.
recent raid. His bid of $7.10, a County health officer and medical New Flags Fly r-J
W. Hart W, H. Smith Jr. and
.
hundred pounds was the Highest.A inspector of the 48th Armored
Edwin Malcolm Wicker. It cost Over Courthouse
Lawtey Nine Ready For ActionReady 1949 pick-up truck broughtJ211 Division, Florida National Guard,
each $27. Pool
Fund
and went to Foster Shi left Sunday for two weeks annual A 'Sweetened'Johnny
new nylon United States flag
to take all Is the sandlot Smith. Other moonshine eqUipment field training at Fort Stewart,
,on comers newly organized Lawtey UNION EVENING SERVICE and a Florida state flag
are way
including a water, pump >and Kopelousos presents $100 check to Mrs. Sarah Torode
baseball team. Front ,row (l-r) James Waters Spurgeon Massey, Ga.Dr. ing proudly atop the Bradford
Donald Teuton, Mitch Brown, Tom Tatum and Howard Bowen Back The Union Evening WOrshipServices 200-feet of half inch'nose was C, C.. Flood of State Boardof County court house. representing proceeds from the Jaycee May Dance for the Jr. Wom
will be held in the Pres bought for $57 by Cecil Douglas I
Health Staff
row (I-r) Jimmy Waters Bill Boberson, Bob Stanley, Michael Waters, > byterian Church' Sunday night at at the Monday auction. will serve as acting This represents the first time a an's Club swimming pool project which represents the first donation
health
county officer during
Lewis n Grlffis, Chuck Moore The team la scheduled to play Flors- 8 o'clock with Rev Donald Kokomoor The $509.40 collected goes into'the 'l the absence of Dr.Covington-- state building flag has flwn from the to this fund. On the left U G. J. McGriff Jr., vice president of the

home Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Lawtey diamond, with the pwwlbUity delivering the' ennon. The county '{'me'and- forfeiture re''r and will be available for- clinic The new flags were hoisted Jaycee, president Kopeloasos, Mrs. Torode ticket chairman, Mrs.

of a game with Palatka the same afternoon. public is invited. fund. I I services. Jean
Wednesday morning. Thomas past president, and Miss Betty Jane Morgan, president.


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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY T>L. OEAPf. STARKE'FLORTOS THURSDAY JUNE 19, 1958

'
ChurchFirst a distance of' 179.55 feet to an
editorial Presbyterian angle point; run thence North 67 II -- .
degrees 49 minutes East along
Presbyterian Church will last aforesaid Northerly boundary : lIE
and continuing along a North- j 'j :
hold ordination and installationof easterly prolongation of last afore- .
elders and deacons during the said Northerly boundary a distance,

IW'N. I Ntft I Im w4rning', services Sunday; June Westerly of 550.4 of feet the to Easterly a- point boundary.50 feet
15.'p when measured at right angles

idle\\ 9M1"LG5t f 1 law tellforcem+n.t ., {iP.;;jE.,C teP.o! And.$arold. :nas- ,therefrom PARK, and of a shown parcel on designatedas plat of_ ANN PAGE Really Freshrnayoniiae
will be ordained and install- said Pinehurst. Subdivision; run'
W 7 Rfl" >?sJeutedOndinedforlhj; \ } V.iQlA\jRP bow: thence North 0 degrees 30 minutes, .
in jfttygtfan. 4? G.e wAtir the( AAW tcckri11$ ltne initun\\>> tfI; ,as deacons. 30 seconds West and parallel to a"

:\ -T'Ae $yate tWt er' ,Wil tglr trite mEnt: 1\arles'! .Schmitt: W1nvl2e ,or- Northerly Easterly prolongation boundary of last a distance aforesaid -' >

offacpf War ,.JNtgei'? /ee fir. -salary: ;& Q"hl l ned and installed,as elder.apd of 75.94 feet to the Southerly
boundary of aforesaid Northwest
tfi.V1e ,s.4 4g !t9) ito JNitii the\ #i(glee I.Qmt\m.\\ iat I 1F'ank Wolf red, preyiously or- Quarter of Southeast Quarter of
or e #ratio # I.me tgtkgr''p hG tAAedpe' installed.as elder. the Northeast Quarter; run thence
i ,O te tW n I IWte1.lt North ,89 degrees, 31 minutes SO
>G ,e m. .._ 'seconds East along last aforesaid .
19 ackuaw1 e -th&t ,t&e fee ayat9ln .k \ I\fl\ 1! NOTICE TO DEFEND ,Southerly boundary a distance of
$ : .r.P JB .Clwnjt Court Bradford County %9.92t'et to a point 25 feet West-
...ore -pr Jess .- ,flpyfipe jstban 9 mit ttMt t h.e I $ Jflorldai la CkBBrrrr; erly of the Southeast Corner of
Anfcie i Goetha Taylor, plaintiff, vs. said NW% of SEt of NE%: run
w For. f t l f.fm,s vc4i Wg f.wte\ zmoo.ey .Robert' Taylor Defendant. thence North 1 degree 48 min-
js kY i& URis ,0.tlter ; Case Jfo.. ,12552tl utes, 50 seconds West a distanceof
myp.y NA fl -
<> Te ApprartTo 65952 feet to Point of Beginning -
] 1 ppnsj c1e 4 s).l"' t9 ,poi o/rW '"{ 1SllrtlPT I : 4erlte:/ : ,"is-RftbPrt Vfdana.Taylor Ga., .whose and) whose resi- above;. EXCEPT described any land portion lying of within the ,

L s, 1& 17 h W.t 'address Is: c/o George Ma this the right of way of Pratt Street .
It that lot Farm. State Road to Lyons, Vidal- OREETINGS: Yon are hereby no- QUART JAREXTRA
to
seems !us a of .questjpns} were ,la, Ga. tified that ,a' suit in equity has been .
Raised and Innuendoes left unanswered at the You are hereby .notified, tbat..a ibrought ,against you and each of you
J last meeting of the Board of County Commis- has suit for divorce and also against Robena A. Lewis
been filed against you in the and her husband, H. H. Lewis and fl
$ioners -; questions' and innuendoes that thepeople above named Court and cause and Jessie Mae JjUkely, also known as
you are required to gerve a copy Je&ie 'Mae Saiifurd, defendants
: as
of Bradford County have 'a right to have of your answer or pleading to the by,Guy 'Andrews Aubrey Maura, Jr..
complaint on the Plainttrr3 Attor- and A. J. Thomas, as'plaintiffs, in
answered and forthrightly. Our +
promptly general ney Alan C. Winters, JrJl Florida the above entitled Court and cause; flSPECIAL!
impression of the meeting was that the prin- Florida Title, and Building file the Jacksonville original in' the 2, that the relief bought in said suit is

$ipals involved each had a private set of figures Court office' of on the or before Clerk the of toe'23 day'ot Circuit confirm to remove the clouds plaintiffs'from title anu (quiet and that and I

that he used to "prove" his point about the enforcement June, 1958: otherwise the allegations of plaintiffs' grantees) to the above
of, said betaken described lands as an indefeasiblefee WortsF1C
will
Complaint -
'-
} or nQn- lljQrcement pf traffic laws inIR14fgrIJ as confessed by you. simple title thereto against the DOO
} county; = but, wfotfimMr, .vim .Xhis notice shall ,be published claims of ;yuu and each of you; and I J'a wn.father's .
opcj each w'f'ek for four consecutive you are hereby summoned ordered r t2e
subjected to close analysis, the f morns>> sjmriy gaPh.in the Bradford County Tel- and requited; the to file your answer or
defenses to Complaint in said
did pot jibe. The overall affect was t fo terre weijyfpjw Dated this 20 day of May ms. cause in the office ct undersigned i
l jJJ' effused state t thai tee "IpfJ-'ICIAL. SEAL) Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
? w '
>> ft wore panes A. Darby, Eighth Ju(4tial Circuit, at Starke,
% a state of confusion, we row f"w, that Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford County, Florida on or before -
By Marian L. Cros y, Deputy Clerk the 30th day of June. 1958, and
no} one M far questioned? has peem d willing (or ft* 5-22 4t 6-12 to serve a copy: tb i'e4 on Theron A. Day Sunday June 15 Red Circle
cable; J ) to clear up, Yawn, Jr., plauitit/b' attorney whose ,
,
I''" lfpw, because the Fine awl forfeiture Fup4 J w r"In The Circuit Circuit Court Of Florida Of The la Eighth And Starke address, Florida is\: foot; on Office or Drawer before said 791 Popular Brands

S l'JHmimf} about t J5,000 |in the rod: the Sheriffs 1 lor Judicial* Bradford. touutjr. In Chancery date Florida, as and required the Florida by the Rules laws (of f COFFEE 1-lb jjc 3-lbs |.i9
Case No. 12-55
Commission Civil Procedure. If fail to do C
department! and the County are trY AUBREr MAURA JR.. ) you so

inn t9 PliW 1 'the blame, Charges (vigorously de- INp GUT. A.ANDREWS:J. THOMAS, )) a decree you pro for confesso the relief will be demanded enteredagainst CIGARETTESReg. S

$&) have been made that the lack of QQP era- q Plaintiffs ) SUIT TO in the IS Complaint.IT .HEREBY: ORDERED that

tW} tetwein the Florida Highway Patrol sn4 the FLORIDA vs. RAILTITLE) QUIETTIJP this Order and Notice shall be published -

'.mtfa Office to at least partly to blame for Q"'D COMPANY, A ) once weeks each in week the Bradford for four County consecutive -- King Size Filters A&P Instant
al, )
URPORAT1QX.. et

t. 5 As?'t ff8! \ wwUiUtsrt the Sheriff\ holds the Order. Defend*- Defendants.of Publication And) Notice To Bradforg Telegraph a general, County, a newspaper circulation, Florida! published and in havIng said- 23545 2-oz 41.c 6-ozl,05

I-55 COFFEE
92ffimi issionera responsible and, in fact they are, Itf'THE: NAME OF THE STATE OF county.Witness my hand as Clerk of said q
TLORIDA. IX
became they approved his requests-! The (PQrojpisgiwi : The Florida Railroad: Company, (also Circuit Court of Bradford County,
Florida an the seal of said Court at
() holds the Sheriff responsible and he is, referred to as: Florida Railroad Starke Bradford? County, Florida
Company of the State of Florida
also, because he submitted the budget and is the James T. Sowder; John McRae; Mary) ; this 20th day t{ May, 1958.
J. Mitchell, also known M. J. Jor- (CIRCUIT COURT Swanson's Quick Frozen
of the county as
head of'the law .enforcement agency dan, Mary J. Jordan, Mrs. M. J. Jor- (SEAL)

', involved is the and dan Hatch, and; Charles Jennie M.A. Jordan Rogers;; Isaac Charles J. Clerk Charles of A.the Darby Circuit Court of Fried Chicken Sliced Turkey Each .
The third party taxpayer, K Mitchell; Edwin B. Staples; Nel-' Theron A.Bradford Yawn, Jr.County. Florida. T V DINNERS or 41c

when and_ 'if the millage! is raised after budget R.lie K.Sweat Barrett and; Lenora bra wife J., Osgood Mollie; V.T. Post Office- Drawer 791. .

calling for expenditures some $30,000 in' excess Sweat; Fannie G. Gaskins; J. G. Alvarez Starke, FloridaAttorney for Plaintiffs.

6f the 1956-57 revenue of the Fine and Forfeiture M. T.; W.Crosby A. ;Crosby Nellie and E. his Mahone wife,;. 5/22 4t 1/12 Grade "A" Quick Frozen

Fund< both will have to explain to the peo- Ethel M. Mahone, also known as Ethel '

ple who pay the bills. H.Mahone J. Warlitk War lick; Comer and her L. Peek husband and, fn Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford DEFEXD County FRYER PARTS Smith Pride S-lb box $$1.19' I

When the 1957 Legislature passed a law put- hs wife, Hattie. S. Peek; John D. Gas- Florida i la Chancery.Avis .
kma; Perbe L. Ga&kms; Martha J. C. Brown Plaintiff, vs. Geor-
ting county sheriff on a salary basis, the purpose Fouts. also known as Mrs. M. J. ge R. Brown, Defendant.

was t6 try:' to eliminate speed traps and excessive Feuts Fouts,; Henry Henry P.P.Fouts Fouts and; Aaron his wife G., Notice To Appear: Case No. 12-547 Super-Right Short Shank Skinned 10 to 14 Ib average
arrests that have been a stigma on some Ethel Rollins Fouts; Eva R. Jackson To: George R. Brown, whose resi-

Florida communities .ii? the pa t. From time to and 1'011 0-her bouts husband and, A.his L.wife Jackson, Ethel; Aa-L. Avenue dence and, Tujunga address, Is California.: 10518 Samoa:') Half Whole Ib
Potts You are hereby notified that a f FULLY COOKED HAMS or 53c
time the charge has been made that such opera- Anna ;Rising J. M.; Rising Mary Rising and its Young wife, suit for divorce
;
tions'were in effect in this county, but the Mary D. Ruing; W. E., Wainwright has been filed against you In the
above named Court and and
and his wife, Lillie cause
charges have always been, vigorpu$ly l enforcement officers who maintained they O.Alvarez W. Alvarez and. his wife, Hildabelle your answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading to the complaint FRYERS Grade "A" Super-Right Top
to enforce the law for, th1Jt'Otection ;
were simply; trying Olivette Alvarez; C. R. Alvarez and Law Exchange B'uill1ing.iLCk-

question naturally of motorists arises and however pedestrians.: if there weren The. his Andrews Andrews wife,,;and Anna Guy her Alvarez Alvarez huboand; ; YU,Leila J.' Alvarez W.G.- and the'sonville Clerk file the of 2.original the Florida Circuit'in' the Court office oa or of Whole Ib 39c Cut-up lb 43c Q DUALITY( BACON Ib 65c .

; Alta Alvarez
; Vascoe Dale
before the ,
<7 such abuses under the old fee system why Alvarez. ; Colista Demaria Alvarez ; 23 day of June, 1958;, ", .'_ __ .. I
} that-fees r' 'T.* D-Gunter and ',his '
has rev.enuet'droppedrso; markedly now wife Lulu otherwis 'the allegations:; 'of( lia'icf ---
Gunter; A. L. Watkins and his wife, complaint will be taken as confessed I
have been: rempved? Lillie Watkins; J. M. Truby; W.-E1-; by you.
r when toe lery Davis; Luther D. Fuser end his This notice shall be published . I1
last July new -- '- -'
Durn.g\ ; ,the, period! wife.: Emma E.Fuller; if alive, and once each week for four consecutive \\1\\
budget wa's being discussed, it was} stated, that} \, it any of. the above named persons weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ,
be dead,, then his .
unknown beiis devisees graph.Dated
\ I
although, the Fine and Forfeiture Fund budget legatees, grantors, leinors this 16 day of May, 1958.! ; ',. ,
large the increase was due mainly to additional ereditors'suceessors' In interest, or (OFFICIAL SEAL) ., -
was other persons claiming any Interest Charles A. Darby
exnenses in connection with the change- in' the hereinafter described property Clerk of the Circuit Court' JANE PARKER LARGE SPECIAL!
by., through, 'under By Marian 1. Crosby puty Clerk.
-' : the Fine or against each Dy <
o.verThat is understandable. But such 5-22 U 6-li
deceased and all ether persons .
and Forfeiture Fund receipts of 1956-57 were claiming any, interest in the property ,
hereinafter 'described, by, through. i
$48,022.50 and the estimated receipts for this under or against them or either of Pie REG. 53c 43ctt'
of around them, and all other persons claiming Cherry
year were $70,000. That i is a gain any right; title,"or interest whatever .
$20,000 and-we cannot help but wonder just! how In or tq the following lands situate In LOANS ,
Bradford '
Cc
'\ to-wit:
the estimate was arrived. A parcel of land containing thirt
These are just' a few of the questions that remained five excluding and five that tehths ((35.5 J acres,
\
portion lying with-
unanswered at the last meeting of the In' the right of way, of Pratt !$ JANE. PARKER: LARGE SPECIAL!

Board when the alleeed "differences of f oumion?. Street(S&) and of the lying Northeast in the South Quarterand half FOR Yt; fi:. ,

between Cp}. Carlos Musqrpve; and:Sheriff P. D. in a portion of the,Northwest ? :. :

over matters of highway law enforceReddish Quarter Quarter. ((NW SEA%), of' of Section Southeast 29, l' 'tld'f. W AngelFood I REG. 49c 39

ment' were' 'hashed1' and rehashed to 'no' apparent.' in Township' the City 6 South of Starke, Range, 'Bradford 22 East EVERY ;\

County. Florida and being more "U
avail.. :" '''''-
particularly. described as follows: '(; v' ".h,1; ;
o \1euJwre: perhaps there isa_ "spokesman! who Commence at- the Northeast Cor- ,-,ai.twRU.J

could coma for}vardaii4 give\ ; an,unbiased:explanation ner said of,\ NEB,th&-NW34 and run of SEK thence of afore-North, :

-of( this situation.so..that,the,lavman could! 89 degrees 45 minutes 20 seconds --

understand it But if Sol< he has.yet,to b$ heard: ary West thereof along a the distance;Northerly: of 25 bound-feet WORTH- Nordem Selected

from. to Point of Beginning.,From pointof TISSUE 3, for 25c
beginning thus described,' con I
tinue North 89 degrees 45 minutes Golden Ripe Ib
1 Oc
20 seconds West along said Nor- Flap DriedBABY BANANAS
TvkeMeQutTo-The- .. therly boundary) a distance of
.. 6-' LIMA 24 23c
i ** *- -- I .16 feet ta the Northwest Corner oz
of aforesaid SE% of NE %; WilliI
T g r aE ,s pP>> ,ltpq cPUgYi'ttolao; : f njn ,thence 30, South 1 degree, 45 minutes Kitchen ChannWAXED
seconds East
tb e .S.teA l yAura&tlYiti6s J \ $ ot laafglyyf8liaalSAali : V*sterly boundary thereof along a dis-the. PAPER 19c Fresh Crisp TenderLETTUCE
is's bJJ 3)1.) t taW'ot 210 feet to a"point;* run ,
c4mnantho7ncet :1t4w, .(R'!
'giog'a 1 thence North U degrees 50 minutes i
Abe ttrg, iaxieAetliORp:\ ? #: l tM la"tYM\ ,and 50 seconds West;; a distance : l1arca1tEA 2 Heads. 29c

cqi p fl ery BN ito i l\ t\\1. iScle98@6rb0 l i e f'.Pt' P1Pmi"? : east Corner of 817.22 of feet Saratoga to the Heights North- PURP.OSE : NAPKINS 2 for 17cnarcal .

I a* recorded in Pat) Book 2, Page .
(
to gFlsigntrstamMeurttcalnSistht4, \ : ,J jt4tdrd, I CT of the public records 'of said ,
ba4.r apallthQ P la\yeri"s\ ftl of J:1': w.atq m8' thee | Cpunty; run thence South, 0 degrees .
g Van3tee; lof lbf lt, nl'S'f.wg98"tap.fi! : 57 minutes East along the DINNER lona Sliced or Whole r
1 lOSsoN y Easterly boundary 01said' Sara- NAPKINS 17c
them elue. ;, toga Heights a distance of 688.27 *

'V'e'll'leave.lt to ,the.. .experts.!Q, trend tq"eX1 Lot feet 15 to, the Block Northeast 1 of Unit Corner One of of )(area! PEACHES 29-oz can_ 2SC.

plain why the local J teams are coming .back again.. Plat Saratoga Book Heights 2. Page 64 as of recorded the afore-in : PASTEL NAPKINS 2 for 23c ; I I .

But whatever the reason, we're glad to see.it said public records; said North- I Waldorf ,

happen. Rooting for your home town team in a erly east boundary Corner being of also the South 1I I High Quality
the right of way r Margarine i
good close game of baseball is j just _about the most ot.Pratt Street: run thence North la TOILET TISSUE 3 for 25c ,
.
89 degrees 50 minutes 30
seconds
exciting'way 'to spend. a long- .- summer afternoonor East along said Southerly bound.. MARCEL HANKIES 2 for 17c i 2-Hli'cartdns/ : r rI
evening:. ary a. point; run thence South 0 degrees UP TO aeinz
The town of Maxville has had a ball team for 57 minutes East a' distance of .

several months now, and Lawtey played its third '412.76 of feet Starke to the Heights Northerly Re-Plat boundary as-' ,DILL. PICKLES 25 oz 43c I I I I

game Sunday. Keystone Heights! ,also.hasappeans. \ of recorded aforesaid(in )plat public Book records Z, Page run 49 StarJdst Aristocrat I PremiumOur j a!

althou,.u vllthe.tt .r ,J teat.uw.ag.1I\.dif\ 1 I thence; South 70 degrees 16;TnJautes $600: TUNA 3'oz cans 2 for 39c i
a
.m < East along the Northerly ;
cl \ a rl\\ff\ll'-'fJAg!; 'tql .t 09I\ ttgw6P! ( 'loJl. bdnndary thereof, -a distance of SAtTINH& lIMJoxt9 i :C r I,
JO*.95 feet to the Northeast Cor- VELVEET A lIb" 53c
I
ner of Lot Seven of said Starke
1ha\ Heights Re-Plat run thence Niagara I I Ii
South 0 degrees 7 minutes East i *
t along the Easterly boundary of STARCH 12' oz box 21e i Own Top Quality i ii
all t'tft.5I'I1W"' ,kpoy\\t o.(prey, a W ,lq 0 ; said Lot Seven a distance of 294 -

us I{llglfeil.a ). a, J m q.,Sa.'f' s i PAJI\, Is I egL i Jq g,eofln ,f said feet to Lot the Seven Southeast being corner also the of "Folks Find Us Friendly" Swanson Beef and Chicken- i OOX 5'49

c; \':ffiliLtf1it'9fPr 1 "O 'lstd keaa t. ?diiPut of Northerly'way of boundary State Road of the 100. right also FROZEN PIES 29c TEAh21h\ \ I

th 1? If1''A I Jl'u.h 91 iP 1 JfR4l.i I\P1tY\\ ; t\)1It thence known North as Madison 89 degrees Street 30; minutes run, LOCAL FINANCE; Chicken of the. Sea i I .'

el t K, Ptl.r.\ Ior East ,along said
Northerly TUNA 6 33c
Sa.f f P' .Um, > J!i}l' ? .'ra *)k to'thq boundary Westerly a distance boundary of 455.85 of feet the oz can I Ann Page Strawberry: i iII
1Tend
MfT\aJ 'lhmWn if; rf'W' *. rigbt of way of Epperson Road; COMPANY ufnFOMVOST :
a tyiwiftWW WiWittoMii. rub thence North 1 degree 33 minute ( DETERGENT 2' boxes 39c l lIijar 1mOIl
1'' ? 50 seconds Ws$t along Bald Ige II ; lfbr
Westerly boundary a distance of 114 :N. Walnut St. Hawaiian .
COUN Trol TGRAPH 3C5:6 feet to an angle: point; run .
'
thence' North. 1 degree 45 minutes
ET.1879-r-" 30 seconds West along said Westerly ((3 Doors from_Post Office) PUNCH 46 oz can 37c .

THlr FfOPU .%'S OLDEST WEEKLY EWS- feet boundary ttf''&' point a distance on a of Westerly JSS.TS saeew src AMtua7 FOOD IfTAtlfl...ilNCI tm
( prolongatlori, of the Northerly Phones 580 and 581 :
SOAP 5'for 42c 412 Call Street
r'''*-."t PVBLMHED! CONTIXOC8LT boundary rf Pinehurst Subdivision) bath size
.l as recorded In Plat Book Z. Page Mrs...Marguerite'.Ha 11,. & 1 1 1 i I
"f
"' I'M VR; THE 8ME MASTHEAD. : 35' of afore<'aid public records:;' f enry'TE'A ll

... ..... .. 'run thence! North 'S9,'degrees 55 e Manager .... < Starke>,' Fla.1AGE .
.11. En b Tt.r: *n* r..nH Second Clans Matter .minutes f'isatOflg,said Westerl .-I BAGS 48 count 68c 'W 6.EA1 Ai1Ah": { ,aril[( TtA t0.uwr '
at.t1r" ru.t'!_ tts..'.,.f'S,1tfrRc. .. t"1..el'J... .61.. 1'J. .. ll4ili. ..., .' prolongation 'and'continuing alonglast r .' I ,. A

_'" aq-4r.- r.T.- ..fir.. "4 r ,aforesaid, ,Northerly boundary




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trrnnmfmrmrrnrr. Union"- one star be added to the Cox'.returned home Friday "from I V. mrrrrrrr.m 'f VTVVrr'ITRrAh'yrrrrfrlHAMPTON Earl Meeks was an overnight:!visit with his mother, Mrs. T. F.j I I spent Sunday and Monday visit-

union of the flag." In the language the St. Luke's Hospital" ,in .Jack- guest Of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin!Brown. ing in Tano.paith their son-in-

HEILBRONNBy of the Continental Congress sonville. BROOKERBy Williams Mrs Matchen is the. Marel Rhoden came home Sat- |: law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

which defined the symbolic meaning Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johns I former Elizabeth Wheeler i urday to spend a week, from the R. C. Williams and son

Mrs Harvey 3IcCarthyAAAAAAAAAAAAA of the colors red. white and and baby of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolford,' TB hospital in Orlando.
Barbara DarisYTTYYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Hn. O. E. tUdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
blue as used in the,familiar flag. with Mr. John's parents, Mr. and Sue By !Jr. left Saturday for Covington.Va. Mrs. James tsroome and sons CARD OF THANKS
&&&&&&&&& "White signifies Purity and In- Mrs. Ernie Johns and attended .
: && & i ., where they were called by
I. spent a couple of days here last We wish heartfelt
to express our
Hello Everbody we have two nocence; ,Red, Hardiness and graduation services Friday nightin the illness of Mrs. Wolford's week with her brotherinlawand '
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mott and Council Approves | appreciation i our many
big days coming this weekend. Valor; Blue signifies Vigilance' i Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ray Carlton Water Rate Increase '.father Mr., Cook. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank friend! who were "so kind and

Saturday June 14th is Flag Day. Preserverance and Justice. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan I|visited the Wilbur Addison family Water rates in Hampton will I Mr. and'Mrs Irving Young andson !Williams. Her mother, Mrs. Dan thoughtful during our recent be-

It was on this day in, 1777 that Sunday is the time we again visited relatives last week In I in Jacksonville Sunday and be raised 25 cents per month beginning ,'' < spent last weekend at Salt\Jchnson and nephew, Roy Mor- reavement. The beautiful flowers,

Congress resolved that "the flag i honor our fathers on Father'sDay. White Springs. Theirniecer'MissLinda the Addison children returned July I, !.i. L. Wattersontold Springs.Mr. gan drove'them to Vero Beach on many ,kind acts, and words of

of the U. S. shall be 13 stripes, A Happy Day is extendedto Morgan returned home ; home with them for a week. Hampton City Council at and Mrs. Gordon Weest Wednesday and returned 'home sympathy were a great consol

alternate red and white with a all our fathers everywhere.: with them to spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mott of their monthly meeting at Hampton and children of Miami arrived to Hampton on Sunday. I tion an: deeply appreciated.-
May God the ,Father of all Mrs. Cornelius
us Moore and
union of 13 stars of white on a : and'Mrs. Hague visited the C. S. Kelleys t City Hall on Tuesday evening, Sunday In Hampton for a week's i: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home I I Mrs. Joe Ricks and family.
blue field. However official announcement bless our great country. Our fore daughter Jean Milliard
of the ,new flag was fathers who have died to preserve Judd and daughter, Suzanne visited and Mrs. S. M. Mott Monday. June 3.Increases. -
in operating costs
Mrs. R. R. Carlton of Fair-
not made until September 3,1777 its flag and freedom and our Sunday with Mrs. Jimmie ..
; banks have made the increase necessary .
visited the G. W. Davis ,
fathers of and the Simmons who is "
when it was first flown has not today many a patient in the Mr. Watterson explained. "' "

been determined.has demonstrated Historical that the research yet While unborn.we are speaking of im- Jacksonville.Baptist Memorial Mrs.. Simmons Hospital is ex-in family Mr. and Monday'Mrs. R.afternoon.J. Waters, Mr. Present' $1.75 rates will be $2, FIRSTIIME EVER! lllllll[ iHDME I ;
and Mrs.: Odell Waters and and the $2 charge will be raised lAUNDRY',1
portant days, lets not forget the pected to be home this week. Let
traditional story of Ross r
Betsy
daughters, Mrs. Bessie Handcock to $2.25 per month he said. .-._ -" -'--
making the first American flagIs big E. J. Daniels Revival that :us remember to pray in her behalf "
I of,Dundee and Mrs. Moor of Traffic problems were discus-
started June 8th and will last to Lakes .
without factual .' ,t
foundation In .
Butler visited .ed at the meeting, and the <
Mrs. M.
June 22. This Revival is Miss Sandra S. < I
1795 Congress voted to increaseto sponsored Carmichael of ;/ .
Council Issued a notice to all I;
by Baptist Churches in the Jacksonville is visiting several Saturday. I ,1 }
,,
15 the number of stars and '
motorists to especially heed speed 2PIIB2CTC1EI .
with Marvin Mann, son of Mr., and II : :
stripes. Legislation' enacted in New River Association There will days Mr.and Mrs. Bill Red-, t"
limits on Hampton's streets as
Mrs. A.,!' Mann has returned ,'
be no prayer meeting Wednesday dish and family "
1818'reestablished
the
number well as the main highway. Since
home after attending school in I Id
night at Heilbronn Church in or- Ronnie KimbreU left
of Sunday
stripes at 13 and laid down
school is out, more children are
der that our people,may take ad- for a week's visit with his mother Haines City for the past year. with
the policy, -that on the admission Mrs. Everett on or near the streets, and extra
and children
vantage of this big spiritual feast. Mrs. Lois Henson in Jackson- Gainey
of every new state ,into theTermite Regular services will be held Sun and Mrs. H. P. Gainey at care should be taken to obey all 1AtIIIIATIC
ville.Miss stop. ;igns and speed,limits. These
tended the
Collins-Melton wed
day with good preaching by the Joyce Morgan was week- will be enforced.
strictly
pastor, Rev. Walter Lee; special end guest of relatives in White ding hi! Fairbanks Sunday Present for the
ConyFOR singing by Misses Linda Gaskins Springs.My Mrs. Mattie Sowells is visiting meeting were wsua;
Acting mayor A. C. Dennison
and Barbara Jean Norman: Con- husband's mother Mrs. friends in St. Petersburg this
,
: .
Clerk
DEPENDABLE W. H. Maxwell, Marshal M.;
gregation singing the songs you Leona McCarthy returned home week.Mr. Merman, and Councilmen. Frank

Homehold A CommeraWPelt like to sing with Russell Redding I Sunday with her daughter, Mrs: and Mrs. R. A.,Graves and Williams, D. E. Hill, and G. P.iVadsworth. 2 AUTOMATIC SOAP OR
chorister and talented Miss Bar- :L. D. Jones and baby to Fernan- babe Connie Lee of Leesburg is DETERGENT DISPENSE ,

ControlGrove bara Jean Norman at the piano. :dina: Beach. Mrs. McCarthy visit- visiting Dennis Hodge.. Alary Katherine Wadsworth
AUTOMATIC UNSE CON.
Spraying' You are always welcome at Heil ed a,,week with us. Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott visited Weds In Gainesville 3 .
HI10NEI DISC EttsEe
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott. of
bronn. Keith Reddish and Bud Harley '
Mary Katherine Wadsworth ... ,
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Call FR 6-2661 Important announcement to all ,visited relatives of Mr. Reddish Lakeland over the weekend. daughter: of Mrs. Marjorie Wads-' i-W-M
1953 Class of 'in Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. Edgar Wilkerson and child Plus,you can't overload PWIco-BondIt _
members of the, worth of Gainesville and Gordon $ .50 ,
Florida Peat Control BHS: There will be a reunion Regret to report that Mrs. Floyd of Lake City'visited Mrs. Noon WadSworth of Melrose becamethe ]heavy it; ...5'even x T washes shag rug. WIINKLE.ftEE WCTI1C DUEl $22 9 95

& Chemical July 5 at Bill Reddish's lake Cowart's and Mrs. Charlie Cow Mott Monday bride of Phil Larsen of Gainesville All deluxe features UtuU. _- .-
Co. home on Kingsley Fake Anyone i art's father of Texas is still critically Mrs. S. M. Mott is home from I in ceremonies at the First I 9 Ib. capacity r- -* Per Week
information about ill. May we that God the hospital after spending sev
pray
desiring more I Baptist Church of Gainesville
ti N. W. 16th
Aye
this big day call Keith Reddishat I will bless him and be with his eral days there as.a patient. Saturday evening, June 7. I -

Gainesville,,Florid 283-J. family. Mrs. Howard Douglas Is in the The bride is the granddaugher -'

1 Very glad to report that E. L.f Official Fanner's Bulletin by hospital in Gainesville. of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wads-

c George Huggins: Farmers are reminded Mrs. W. M. Davis, Tommy, worth and Mrs. Wallace Collins ... PJ.ma c+r1 -- -
to watch their pasture Bobby, and Elsie'Jane Davis of ot Hampton. Attending the wedding -
and field corn for attack by army Water Valley, Miss, and Mrs. and reception from Hamp PHILCO I DELUXE

f STORE HOURS worms. If you want an indication Victora Grinner of Blackshear, ton were Mr. and Mrs.: Wads- '

7:30 To 5:00SATURDAY of' what army worms can do in Ga., were overnight guests of the worth, Mr. and Mrs.: Collins and Electric'Range$199f ___
one day turn on to first road G. W. Davisesk'riday.night. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall.

THIS WEEK leading south beside the Prison Mr. and Mrs. R.:J. Waters Mr. Church Gets New Paint 'Nor'

7:30, To Noon Farm field com. You will noticean and Mrs. Odell Waters, Jeanette Hampton Christian Church got

area in the young corn on the Bryant, Mrs. Bessie Handcock of a new dress for, summer this $ 95 wF

,.l li left side that,is completely strip Dundee, and Mr. and Mrs. Bart week, with a shining white paint, "
I i ped. Army worms travel fast ando Waters and son of Gainesville Job for the 'outside wood siding. PHIICO DAY SPECIAL PRICE F c

d lots of damage. ,It may be visited the G. W. Davises Sunday. Charles Batten of .Hampton First time at this astounding low price- ;
; 3 .N
necessary. for the Prison Farm to Monday night Mr. and Mrs. L. did the painting; a push button, fully automatic electric 4.

,have about 200 acres of field corn L. Parker and daughter attendedthe Gail Saxon Marks range with deluxe Rotisserie! Why spoil :,.. ... ... ,'-' '
I sprayed. 10 per'cent Toxaphenedust revival being held at Starkeby Sixth Birthday and waste food on an out-of-date range, t.;

using enough dust to givegood Dr. E. J. Daniels. Gail Saxon celebrated her sixth when you can own a bargain like this. "':ate

coverage or if you are setup Ruth and Mr. A. I. Mann were birthday, Monday. June 9, with I;
to spray use 2 1-2 lbs of 40 in Jacksonville Monday. a birthday party for several i'C 35Ar

WATCH THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS4WX38" per cent wetable toxophene per We wish to welcome the Stana- friends at the home of her parents FREE.
acre in enough water to give good ker family back to Brooker. They Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon. PHIICO SS-4083 '

coverage.As have been residing in Starke for Refreshments' ot'cake, ice Wid. economy even
.
of this writing there has the past year. cream and punch were served $25.00 ROTISSERIE Full-length pan tlorog com-

een no report of screwworms in Mr.., and' Mrs. Junior Stokes to; guests after games were play- Luxuryapplianceincludpcu1m.n' $2"50
county. Our farmers are do and 'children were the luncheon edabsoluteyfreeCooks] AufomalicollyMmedev.aond

luu g an excellent Job ,of keeping guests of the Powell_ family in ed.Baptist YWA Meets turkeys ens .of ,delicious roasts and foods.doz- appliance Spud heal cull turfact** unit Per Week

SHEET s advised about the screwworm Alachua Sunday and the dinner YWA of Hampton Baptist

The last state report guests of'the Buddy Stokes family Church met on Thursday even-.

ROCKy May 31, reported only 45ases in,Starke. ing last week at the home of Mrs.I

for the previous week in We 'wish to welcome the Freddie Milton Misner.Refreshments.

ie state of Florida. AU these Clark family back in our were served to
ere south of Marion County, midst They have been residing in the ten 'present by.Mrs. Marvin C. H NASWORTHY PHILCD DEALER

do not forget this program Lake City since their new hom Fails.e ,

I be sure and let ,us know if I was destroyed by fire some Personals, 310 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.::
ou have a'case. I. ago. They have just completed 'a MaJ. Jane E. Herrin of the U.

Sweet com in the Heilbronn new home on the old site. S. Army visited in Hampton last

SEE US FOR and Starke areas Is'as fine and Mr. and' Mrs Buddy ,Watersjand week with her sister Mrs. Louise -

PER pretty as you would want to look Rebecca Thomas of Jackson-' Manier.. .

COMPLETEBUILDING |at, We are hoping com priceswill :5 I ville were the weekend guests of Marklee Norman 'of Hamptonleft

i be better than the prices have, the Bob Thomas family and ,attended ,Sunday with_the .National .
SHEET | been on other produce,this season. the graduation exercisesat Guard for two weeks' training aFt t 10 minutes
'
May God bless each of you. ,,. Santa 'Saturday night. Stewart Ga. }
SERVICES bye now. Mr. and Mrs. H. H., Lewis and Miss Edna Eayre ;left Sundayto .

Yvonne Conner of Starke visited return home ,to Philadelphia, : is all .

YYYYYYYYY YYYTYYTYTTTYY' the Bishop Thomases Friday. Pa., after 'a visit herewith the :- -

A rare occurence Is seeing five C.. L. Mays. Accompanying: "

Paints \ *. Roofing KINGSLEY LAKE generations of a family togetherat was Mrs.May"Sweeney of Gainesville .. it I t a k es. f.

,. one time. This happened in who will remain for a '. "
Lumber Brooker Sunday at a family re two month visit. ,
Materials
.,,;\ BY Mae ..MooreYYYYYYYYYYTTYYYYYYY union held in the home of Mr, Mr. and Mrs.. John' Parker left ..' '. ; 'Ii'"

Masonry .n and Mrs. R. J. Jones. last' week for'a'two-weeks' vacation c. '
Water The Jones have eighteen living trip to Buffalo. N. Y. They -
Pumps Our choir members enjoyed an ...- .
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Products children and seventeen, with their were accompanied by Mrs. Park
all day picnic Saturday., ,They: er's son and daughter-in-law tll III .
families, were present for the oc-: hilt I/trttat Ilti
Hardware visited Devil's Mill Hopper near Mr. and Mrs. Albert
,Lawn Mowers casion. Also present were thirty Morris of t f
Gainesville and the Stephen Fos e t
Gainesville.Mr. .
grandchildren and four great
ter Memorial 'at White Spring grandchildren. .. and Mrs. Avory Slade and

The Young People's class also enjoyed I children were Jacksonville visit]
Of the five generations thereis
a party Saturday night at Mrs. Nora Matthews of Cal. ors on Saturday and also,visitedin I > ,
Levi Boree's. We are glad to report i
Maxville 'with Mrs. Slade's I
NO MONEY DOWN the mother of Mrs. R. J. Joneswho .
that Mrs. Boree is able to I
is the mother of Mrs. Earnest parents Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
be up and about. She. has ,been Green.
Russ who is the mother of Mrs.
suffering from two broken ribs. Mrs. Opal Giggs of 'Texas arrived
Sonny Dukes who is the ,motherof
Repair Rev. and Mrs. D. E. Willis attended little Shela Dukes. Mrs. Armour last Tuesday for'a visit with

BHS graduation Fridaynight. of Jackson, Miss. the sisterof Mr and Mrs. Carl Rhoden and F45

Add Rooms ." Their daughter: Eleanorstayed Mrs. Jones was visiting the family near Hampton Mrs. Giggsis ,
Carport over the weekend to attend Jones family also. Mrs. Rhoden's sister.

the class party and church services Mrs. W. M. Davis and childrenof Mr. and Mrs. David Younker r <

Bath Room Sunday.A Water Valley. Miss. and Mrs.Victora and, baby of Jacksonville visited x

luncheon was held at- the Grinner of Blackshear, Saturday in Hampton ,with Mrs.

(INCLUDING SEPTIC, TANK AND FIXTURES church Sunday in honor of the GJU Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Waters: Younker's family, the J. A. Wil- v N,,?.: '7

) revival party."Mr. Daniels delivered Mr. and Mrs. Odell Waters and I liamses. c
the morning sermon. daughters and Mrs. Bessie Hand- Mr_ and Mrs. Frank Thomas

Paint \ Kenneth Mott was home for cock of Dundee :attended the and James attended the Thomas t .

aNew Roof the weekend visiting his parents, graduation exercises of Barbara family reunion in Branford Sun _- ,.

Rev. and Mrs. Mott; Sue Davis In Starke Friday night day.Mr. '----- ,_._. _
(LABOR AND MATERIALS) Miss Other graduates from this 'district and Mrs. J. H. Day' and
Ina Stern was also home
.
nMrs. Enzie Morrow of Plant
City
I for the weekend. were: Beverly 'Ann G teeare "
spending this week in Hampton
I Ethel Mann, Jacquelyn Parrish
Mr. and Mrs. David Cottle returned Jennie Clara"Wait, Joannie Hazel: with Mr. and Mrs. G. P. ; '(IIG'f( I Ifi tffi'Ll (
to Cedar Key after spending Wadsworth s
I and Mr. and Mrs. M.
.
Wait Lloyd Wilbur Barry. Jr.
FREE ESTIMATES I some time with their daughter Gary Raymond Elzey Winston M. Matchett: They attended UP I
and her husband. Her other commencement exercises
hi Gain-
Delano Kelley, Timothy J. Mann,
daughter Winifred of Woodbine, esville Monday'when their, nephew -
Jack Truman Parrish and Ronald
CALL OR WRITE Ga. was also visiting for the Eugene Wiggins.Mrs. Wayne*,Matchett, gradu .
weekend.
ated. Y"-
Pansy Hass and daughter
DAY OR NIGHT.. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Davis and and ,son of Melrose visited the Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Bradleyand ti
Mr.and Mrs. J. W. Bute of Jacksonville Cone san,,,Ralph Earl and her i

45 OR 333 were weekend ,guests ,of Clyde Mrs, Rashal family Green Monday.is visitingher 1 mother Mrs. Mazzie Spar kman,, (to prove Mercury the ,
Mall of Jacksonville
their mother, Mrs. Peggy Band use visited in
brother and his wife; Mr.
her son. Landis Buie. Mrs. Lem Rhoden of Raiford. a\\ Hampton ,Sunday with Mr. and

I Mr., N. E. Davis and sons 11GkeMrs; Knight..' Joe Forsyth and Mrs. Ina Performance Champion for 1958

St. Mark's Episcopal and Randy of Dandan. N. C. are i
Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Match
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis
STARKE BUILDERS Rev. Raymond,E. MaeBlain until and grandson Tommy Brandon r- -
Thursday and Earl Meeks of Hollywood, OUTPERFORMS EVERY CAR IN AMERICA REGARDLESS OF PRICE,4!
Sunday Services Sunday Mary M. Okster of Green,, Cove Ala.
visited the Williams families The one factor that counts most in automobile performance is pound.
Springs visited the Jeff Davises power-per-
School and Morning Worship in ,
Sunday. Hampton last weekend, Mr lAnd Mercury, with up to 83.08-hp per thousand pounds dominates any other full-
INC. combined, 9:30 a. m. j and Mrs. Matchen and grandson
SUPPLIES Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph spent,the sized car! Even in horsepower alone Mercury's 360-hp V-8 surpasses every car
night
Sunday
Holy CommunionFIrst Sun with Mr.
Davis and sons, Mr and Mrs.. Al-1 and Mrs. .George except one costing almost$1000 more. Yet there's no sacrifice in economy. Cool-Power
day 11:00 a.m.;Third Sunday vin Davis of Gainesville and Albert Williams, and engine design delivers more power from less gas. But ,make us prove Mercury ia

7:30 a. m- I Davis of Waldo visited they Davis of Waldo visited Mr., and erf'onnanaClwnpion for '58. Take a 10-minute road test today.

After 5 P.M. Call Eaton Jordan 340-W Wednesda1-'lOO p. m. Choir Jeff' Davises. Mrs.. J.. R. 'Davis- .in. .Gainesville

Practice: 7:45 p. m., Litany and Mrs. Cora Stokes of Gainesville Saturday McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORSPhone
AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA. Bible Study had dinner with Mr. and Mrs.| Mrs.' R. F. Dane'and Mr. and

Jeff Davis Friday. Mrs. IL M. Gano of St. Augustine
Other meetings and services
> Dan Davis Mr. and Mrs. F. B. attended graduation. at MelAjrose 447 Starke Florida Court & Jeffertoa'THt'IiSD.U' Stsa

announcement. _.__ Davis, and Mr and,Mrs.W. t1n1a1D1&h: ,
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-." Miss Lu Green{ M t\1\ w I: () ill Catol} Jennings Mr. And Mr?.' Epps By ?. arian I* Crosby_ _, Deputy',.2, Clerk.4t j j.-i. '

1'-1'v Is Complimented Wedding SundayThe 'Is. H qor Guest Hosts At Surprise MITCK. OF TAX KIllAU/ATlON:

\Vith Shower'Miss The Board.of County Commissioners -
I wedding of Miss Donna,, Lee At. Lqvely I Shower Anniversary partyMr. ..f Bradford County. } Breazeale daughter of Mr. and .ii meet at the Courthouse in the Clerks (WElL COME LOOK OWE
Lu ,Green popular bride- 'The Starke Woman's Club was : and :Mrs. Harold Epps en- Office on Monday, the 7th day of
Mrs. E. Breazeale
T. of SUGGEST
High July A. D. 135S, as a Board of Equalizers AND x
elect was honored at a lovely tertained at a delghUu: surprise
the setting for a lovely bridal
t Springs to Bruce Eugene. AUtnews for the purpose .of hearing complaints FOR THAT OLD )
miscellaneous shower Tuesday shower given Saturday afternoon party Wednesday evening. May 28/ and receiving testimony as to
son of Mr. and Mrs. Garl -
Gladys Mooty morning from 10:30 to 11:30 o'. Mathews of Starke w 1l-e;:; an from .f ur ,to fiveo'clock honoring honoring Mrs. Epps'! parents Mr. the personal value'or(>f mixed any property as fixed, real by the(>r [ BATHROOM,

-'-- -- -----._ .. clock at the home of Mrs. Ned Miss Carol,.Jennings; ,. whose and Mrs. Lacy Sflcqx, who were Tax Assessor for the year195S: WHATIS,
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Yancey 1011 W. Madison street. celebrating their 25th wedding an- against the owner or agent of suchproperty.
wedding to Ervin Kuschel Jr. BEST
15, at 2:30 o'clock In the First .
Miss Joann Slade Popular Bride-elect Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. was niversary.A .
I Baptist Church, High Springs., A an event of Monday evening.; Harold K. Norman
Bill McRae. Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Hostesses for.the affair Mrs.Eustis white and silver color theme Chairman of Board of Ounty '('
were,
Honored Series Of .: the
At4 Pre-nijptial Parties reception will be held in: : Commissioners 'of Bradford County,
Mrs. M. H. Sheppard Mrs. Robert church recreation room. 1 !McKnight Mrs., E. D. was carried out in the party decorations }Florida. .

Several delightful parties have Sr., of Charlotte. Ni: C.. and Mrs. Barksdale Mrs. Jim Chasteen No invitations are beingissueet'' T l\ley. Mrs. Frank Jones Mrs. with ghite gladioli, ueenAnne's Attest; SrlYL A REMODEL
OFFICIAL )
been .,Mrs. Lavern Outlaw. Mrs. J. E.Hildebran. but all friends Frank Beard Mrs. .J. E. Hilde- lace and Easter lillies 'pre aa -
given in the past week hon Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington Dela. and relatives of the Charles; A. Darby.Clerk
oring Miss Joanne Slade popular I Mrs. Eustis McKnisht. couple are invited" to attend the' bran, Mrs. C.' J. Houpt Mrs. Tyler dominating. A twOtiered'ed- and Auditor .UXAL I.*Ul H.k. tat
The hostesses presented Miss Mrs. E. D. Tenly Mrs. Sale cake topped with the f1. ure "25" It
Guy
Jonfs! Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr.,
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and
bride-elect. whose marriage to wedding reception.Wesleyan
Slade with a silver sugar and and Mrs. centered the refreshment table. PLUMBING AT ITS BEST
Charles Sawyer will be an event silver Yancey. Mrs.L., D. :Haines and Mrs. W. U The r'Ollllt> ...d..'. Court la And
creamer on a tray as a With the- cake
nuts
mints and
of this Saturday evening. A beautiful yellow and green B.: Mundy, and Mrs. Luther Fur Bradford ('uuaty. Florida. In ECONOMICAL PIUCES-
memento of the occasion. motif was carried, out. 'in th r Guild Powell. lime sherbet punch were served. 1'rob.itr.

Mrs. O. L. Beasley- and Mrs. J, Assisting in serving were Mrs. flower arrangements placedpoints a Plans PrayerBreakfast A blue and pink color motif The honored couple received McGoon In lie,:aka The! | C.Estate U McGoon of Charles,'deceas L. See Us For Complete Job

Jimmy Rowe'and Mrs Robert of interest throughout the' was attractively carried out in many lovely' gifts .from the 15 ed.

W.lightful Kincaid garden entertained buffet at supper a de Turner. party rooms. The refreshment, { July. 13. the lovely arrangements of hydrangeas close friends! who attended this Notice Mxtixrsr/Of Of I'iliui\4m I'rtitUn lIh.trlltor For Final On FIIA Title One

tabje wa$ qverlaid wjth a lovely I and gladioli placed at delightful affair Notice is hereby given that I have
party Sunday evening at the On Wednesday from eleven\ to Wesleyan Service Guild, Unit 'i, ; filed my Finela Return as Administrator Loans
home. of Jhe .former 409 Nv Walnut one o'clock Miss SJade\ was ,hon- c.utfork clothaqd, centered with met Tuesday evening at the homeof vantage points, throughout the of the estate of Charles L. Mc-
9 miniature yel\ 'umhrilla mad :; club bouse. The line Altar (; a'kk! C. L. Mt-Uoon deceased!
street, honoring Miss Joanne cred at beautiful "coffee" Mrs. J. R: Hixon on Brownlee receiving SocietySt. oon I PLUMBING AND HEATING
a party
that I have filed Petition for l>istribution -
of poi e and t sJi ers of yeUoflj i in my
q' stood the lounge the
before
Sade\ and Charles Sawyer. given by Mrs. A. ,Y. CovingtQn j road for a buffet supper meeting' and Final PS*barge, and
satin ribbon at the \>%sp of which mantel which held 'an. elongated E wards Altar Society met of JqIA.. IX
that Sth
with Mrs. B. Emanuel as co-host- un the day
The buffet table on the lawn ,, and Mrs. plyde\ Sinclair,at t, th? "'I i was" &l11ge eqt- pf yellow i' of the blos- I Tuesday evening at the Catholic 1S3S; I will apply to the HonorableTheron
was lovely with a yellow, checked j;' Call, ;jesidenc of the latter. | ess.Mrs. arrangement same Hall for the final meetmg ot the A. Yawn tVunty Judge of
'
pinocchio chrysanthemums. .
damask cloth 'I On R. 'S. Mullihs, president, sows'in the"middle and, graduated' Bradford\ County Florida for ap.proval
with'a yellow I Mixed summer flower wjth ,Il the buffet was an artistic i arrangement II presided over' the meeting where tflacques on both sides holding season. of said Final Returns and for
Etraw hat flower and driftwood [gladioli and Shasta daisies "I Following the business an Order of Distribution and Final
j l of meeting
'colors"placed i. pre-I yellow and" wjiite; chrysanthemums -, plans were discussed for a Prayer I pink.candles.The lUscharge. as Administrator of said
arrangement in fiesta dominating; were placed at val\ !&nd' ncdi, of green :; Breakfast on" July: '13 and a visit "tea table in the sunroom Father John' Linnehan showed religious estate.

at one end of the table. In age points throughout the -I grapes. Silver trajs held dainty to Brewster' Hospital in Jacksonville was overlaid with a beautiful slides of foreign countries. This 6th day of June. A. H., 1958.S'Charles .
the arrangement were red dah- clair home fcr the occasion. The Mrs. Joe Wallace and Mrs. M. Schmitt
sandwiches nuts, mjnts and in cutwork ccloth and Og- Admin of the Estate of
,August. Mrs. Titus Olson, centered with istraWr
has blue I -
delphinium yellow Pin- coffee table was, overlaid with a cakes. I president of the'Methodist WSCS; ; a replica of the mantel arrange- den Bates hostesses, served re- Charles L. McGoon aka| | C. L. Mc
ochio chrysanthemums and red.,. beautiful white cutwork cloth and the I freshments.SKCTIOX. Goon deceased.! I
Greeting guests '. door wasMrs.Hard"y and Mrs. C. D. Williams, vice-pres ment.. 6112, 4t 713
grapes. This .was flanked !by tjvot i centered _
with silver bowl
a containing -
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standing in the -- -
ident short talks and .Oteeting-the guests -
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gave presented as they arrived --
yellow 1h ds. 1 CALL FOR -
BIDS -
po.tte.ry Completing '' I- -
I i pink, and red fOS s. .The ,receiving' line were Mrs. Lej .
? Mrs. Lou Hillendahl, a were Mrs. Powell and Mrs. feKWKHtr.K SVSTKV!! KXTEXSIONS
of the arangement at the other end! I I silver coffee service was placed Green. mother ,qf the bide, Miss member of the Guild, with a 'Special Tenly. Standing in the receiving ALONG! t". s. HIGHWAY (301) ONE QT. OR ( AL. OF PAINT )
the (TK.MPLK
table w.ere' twq plastic,}|a.t one end and silver 'compotes Green, &nfl Mr. gpcey. Mrs. J. Membership pin on Behalf of U'ne, at different half hour periods !- Of !Sturkf! AEMKJ'Hjr Florida>

pineapples holding I y11ow candles.|' and .trays were used in serying. D. Warren was in charge of the the Women's Society and Guild'' .were Mrs. Eustis McKnight SEALED PROPoSALs will he re- F-R-E-E .
at the base of which ..were"green-i CPived by the City CouncIl City of .
and pods of | Standing in the receiving line guest tyKfc 4 toyijing the Mrs. Hillendahl and'fan ly' are Mrs.. .T nll', Mrs. Jones Mrs. Starke, Florida, ,until' a:OIl *.\1.,
ery
green grapes. j I' were Mrs. Sinclair. Mrs. Covingon guests 1 ta the diiiA5.rQom were leaving for tSS Mission field on ? Mrs Carter, Miss Jennings 1(Eastern Standard Time) on July
The guests were seated at in- A.lX.195S..for the construction ol WITH EACH ONE YOU BUY
dividual 'tables which w'ere'cov : \ Miss Slade. Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. Barksdale and ilrs. TTenly. Thursday.The ,,and Mrs. L. H. Jennings. a ,new sewerage system extension

ered with yellow checked cloths-',f and Mrs. N. K. Hurst and Miss Presiding at the' ',te' able were program was- given by Mrs.' Inviting! the guests to sign the Avenue along )U,(complete-S. flighway shown 301 (Temple 'We Eliminate the Middleman's Profit'

and centered with fiesta candle Rosa Lee Sheline of Indianapolis Mrs. Guy"Sale and Mrs.' J. E. Mullins and Mrs. Charles Johns. guest Jjook. were 'Mrs. Beard and Piping. manholes, -connections, with, stub-all
Ind. Hildebran. Also assisting in The next will 'beheld Mrs., Tyler outs sewage.lift station and force
holders holding yellow candles. I servIng regular meeting' ; Top ,s. The guest book main, ,.all ,in operable condition. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
Invited to this delightful affair Mrs. T. H. Slade. Sr. presidedat I were Mrs. Tyler Jones Mrs. in September. was kept, by Miss Lu Green. Presiding All material and equipment turn,

were close friends of the honorees the coffee service and assistingin Garl Mathews and Mrs. T. B. :at the'gift table;.",ere Mrs. : iphed b << in and accordance all work with performed t'ne shall 501 N W. 8th Ave.HOT'S Gainesville FR 6-7588
plans
and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. serving were Mrs. J. W. Jack- Harding. Mr. And Mrs. Darby Hildebran 'and Mrs. Houpt\ and I' specifications and contract documents -, ,"", ,",,,'- .q
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Slade, Sr., Mrs. W. S. Slade and son cf Baconton Ga., Mrs. D, C. The hostesses presented the in charge of tea tabl was Mrs. be pertaining'tht'rt'to, wmch -
may examined
Mrs. A. C. Sawyer. Forehand of Albany Ga., and bride-to-be with the platter to Hosts AfSup-per' Powell. Pouring punch were, Mrs. the City Clerk, !Starke at the Florida office and of L. .

The hostesses assisted Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington her chosen china pattern as a I Myldred Cuttino Mrs. McKnightand at the office off Reynolds, sSmith ...
and
Mrs. T. T.. Long were and Mrs. Clyde by Dela.The memento, of the occasion., Mr.'and' Mrs :Charles.Darby en, Mrs. J. M. Vickers.. Attend- 227 Park lIills Architects Street (P.and I "Uox;nglDt 4114)>ers RQ. eti. J
tertainexj -a lovely family butt- the exit door Mrs. Jacksonville, Florida. flans '
Sinclair. hostesses presented the Approximately 100 guests called were Haines specifications and iyiPVO: : :
et last .Friday attheir' may be purc'hasec!
evening
supper and :
honoree with a silver bridal cake between the appointed hours. Mrs. DuPreaAlsd assisting in from Reynolds Smith and Hills
Tuesday noon the Pecan Roomof knife engraved with the wedding home op ;N. Cherry street serving were iIrs.-M-H, SJiep- Architects and Rngineerp for the

the Garden Restaurant was date as a memento of the oc- Rehearsal Party preceding the BJfS graduation ex- pard, Mrs. J. E./Hardy, and MisSes not sum,, le of refunded.$10.00 per Individual set. which copies will .

the setting of a lovely buffet casion. ercises. Linda Hildebran Sandra and: of the specifications; and partial ID ArG FOR FATHER'S DAY
luncheon honoring the bride-to-be For Kuschel-Jenniings The Darby home !was. lovely forth Ginger' Jones, 'and 'Carol McRae..1.1I sets for Jj.OO(.f drawings may lie- procured -
Approximately 100 guests called per copy and '''.111 ?
occasion with ofgladioii.fndjhydrangeas I per *
arrangements! .1
given byMrs.: H. H. Adams,! Mrs. WeddingParty I $ : The hostesses presented the Sheet respectively, not refundable. "

,W. B. Mundy Mrs. J. H. DuPre. during the appointed hours. ,, i placed at honoree with the' platter' of her the A KiUdj-r Bid pond and properly by a qualified executed Sure by- f BUY A

Mrs. W. H. Smith Mrs.. Alice Anderson Mrs. L.- F. DinKins, Mrs.:Maxie points of interest. chosen china p'a'ttera as a memren ty, or a certified of ('allli..r'It'; (' ;

Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Birthday Party Carter Sr.,. and Mrs. Let:! Green Enjoying the. affair were Mr. to' of the'occasion.. a on. sum any not National less or State Hank, in
I than
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr., and Mrs. For Mike LawsonMrs. entertained at a lovely rehearsal and Mrs. DeWitt C. -Jones and Invited to call during the appointed (a%) of the amount bid.five mad."percent. pay PORTAPLERAOIO

C... E. Jobns. buffet supper at the'home of the daughter. 'Miss ElJse Jones, and hour 'were '250. guests. able must to the City of Starke, ,,Florida, Lj3

Beautiful arrangements of mixed Ewell Lawson, assisted! by latter on N. Walnut street last Mr. and Mr. CV. W, Chalker otQaines.ville guarantee accompany that the each Bidder bid win as not a

summer flowers with pink her,son and daught r-in-Iaw, Mr. Friday evening honoring,Mjss Car' Mr. and Mrs. A, I. Phillipg Family withd.r4iv from the (competition af-
UT,
and Mrs. Spencer ai\4 Miss Ruby Fugate ot : opening the bids and in the
Jerry Lawson entertained ol '
and
gladioli and roses predominatingwere Jennings Gene Kuschel following I event the contract is *iwar used to advantage in decor- at a delightful birthday party ,their'weddin 'reh aisal. Jacksonville., Mrs Koy Ward and Holds Reunion days the Bidder, he. will within ten (0'") At Regular List

ating the room for the occasion. Saturday afternoon for their son The Green home was beautifully family and Darby Peek. of Lake At'PalatkaThe' and furnish thereafter the., enter required into contract bond,

The buffet table was centered and grandson little Mike Lawson'', decorated for the occasion with City.. Mr.and Mrs. ,J, M. Usroy failing which'he shall forfeit deposit Price

with an artistic arrangement of who was celebratmg his second an- arrangements' of summer flowers. of S.anta ,Fe.. Lake, Mrs.. George family of the late U. L. P'i4\ Bond as liquidated and Performance damages. tfond The

fruit and gladioli blossoms in a niversary.The The buffet table in the dining Chalker of Middieburg, Mr,, and and Elisabeth Phillips met at the are required to f he secured from an AND GET

boat-shaped. container. party was.held in the Lawson ;'OlU- was overlaid with a" lovely Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and family, home, of .Mr. and Mrs. S. 1>. Phillips agency company of which thlt surety, agency or.halt insurance havean

The 50 guests included Mrs. T. yard where the 20 little guests linen cutwQrk.cloth and centered Mr and Mjs. S. U Peek Jr -.and! in Palatka last Saturday, it established place of business in

H. Slade Sr.. Mrs.-iSlade-Jf., ol I were!given.,favor? ot. .party..hats. witajveIaz'. susaji. All appointments family, Mrs. S.' J.,. Peek SrKahdy being the' Vend birthday anniver the licensed State to\conduct>f Florida business and be therein.Kah duly.
Jacksonville Mrs. A. C. Sawyer and balloons The refreshment I on the table were ot :3Tohns and ,.Byron Newco'mb; .ot sary'of their'daughter;:-MM. J; S.1 I" hid shall IM addressed to
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also set the lawn I Starke orn\an'of Lawtey. 1 thp City Council. City of tare
table up on was silver. The individual ,dinjng\ I Florida ,l\larl\lIi\ "Sewapre:: 1 System:
cverlaid with ,a paper party: cloth tables were set up in' the livpg Mrs. Darby was assisted in serving The other children of the family Extension Along U. S. Highway 301
by Mrs.Wainwright, &ttending' were O. J. Phillips i (Temple Avenue), City or Starke,
and covered with
and centered with the traditional room were pink : Florida", and delivered to ,the office ,
three-tiered Jinen cloths and centered with oi Lawtey 'Mrs. -W, N. Cox of of the City Clerk, City oftarke. '

h DAD_ with a bunny.Mr. birthday'cake. topped pink rosed&' Presbyterian Women Miami, ) rs.. W.1Wi.. Norman ot I I Florida of the; vither bidder by. who a representative shall- A Perfect, Gift for Dad's Vacation

; The 30 guests included membersof Jacksonville} Mrs. Eddie, \Hiiiard: of.i, obtain a receipt therefor or by '
Lawson took colored slides 1. the wedding party and immed- Met TuesdayCircle Vairico, and lira. Debbie Phillips registered. -mail witb return receiptrMuf'otE'd. BELL & HOWELL ELECTRIC EYE

DADDAD of the. party.. iate friends and relatives. of Palatka. -_ The City reserves_ the right to
One.of. the First Presbyrterian :' A basket dinner was served on waive[ informalities in any hid; to
'Mrs. W. B. Pants assisted the Women of the Church,met the lawn at noon after which Mrs. reject any, or all bids In whole or MOVIE CAMERATakes '
I in part with or without cause, and
hostess in
serving. Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the home Norman! was presented with many I |or to, accept the bids that in Us
of Mrs. I.. H.- Gibson. Mrs. W.XS. beautiful gifts. judgment will be for the best interests .
I
of the City of Starke Flori Color Movies .
DAD McAliley"presided the absence 'were'm de 95
Bachelor Party in Plans to make tne'cuafn da. .
Qf the chairman. and. :Mrs. E.. M. i an annual. event, and "a. CITY COUNCIL OF THK :
CITY OF FLORIDA AutomaticallyLIBERAL
STARKE I
For Charles Sawyer Davis conducted the Bible, study., committee was appointed to make 6-12: 31 6-27:

S_ 4_ l was host at ; Circle,Two met at S:30: .a. m. arrangements! for the. next meet- TRADE ON
Johnny Kopelousos
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the bach'ejor\ party honoring Cnarles. in the home of Mrs. Charles :Wg. I I Ii'fre I :NOTICE'('ourt TO, Bradford UKKKNDCircuit C.untj. CAMERABULLIHGTOH
cot- Schmitt. with.GuyAndrews, cochairman Others' attending"this event Florida: la Chancery.:: YOUR OLD
J J Sawyej at the Kopelousos
Lake Wednesday C presiding in the absence Mrs. G"t; J. Phillips, Cbieman, Ip4nny jnuise Hosier Wilks, Plaintiff, vs.
tage on Kingsley c'laude Wilkv, Defendant.
evening. of the chairman. Mrs. J. G. and oiaihfe Phillips' Case 12-567 STUDIO & GIFT SHOP

C Caldwell led .the Bible study. It Lawtey; Eddie Billiard,, Mr., and :S".(ire To Appear: I
A barbecue chicken supper was Mrs. Arthur Ervinham and To: Claude Wilks whose residence Phone, 265 Starke, Fla.
1 was announced that the July .
Lad address is: Unknown.You ;
served to the from tables set
men
I meeting will be held at the homeof Uy, Mr.and Mrs, Jim Milliard fam-I' are hereby notified that a suitor
up on the lawn. Vairico' Miss j'' divorce and. restoration 'of maiden .
I Mrs..T.. A. Yawn son 'all pf ; I !i- -
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in
has. filed
theI r been against
FORDAD lame you
Enjoying the party with of Brandon -' : ;
and Mrs- Baker
WE WISH Circle Three met Tuesday at Hilliard .he above named Court and cause
honor guest were the best man, ; Mr," and.; Mrs, Leainon Gorman ind you are required to serve copyf
the home of Mrs.:S. P. with Father Cool To
ON JUNE 15 ushers, close friends and several Mrs.Carl Kirstinger, Rowe chairman 'an ,family, 'Mn; and ,Mrs. :;)omplaint your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the Give Something

fraternity brothers from Emory Garland Norman' and fanuly, Airs. Attorney E. K. I'erryman Starke, J

YOU ALL TIE SETS $2.50And University. presiding.the 'devotional MrS.- 'Louise and Mrs.Hardenled Kirt- Mari Yfilson';,Mr. .Madeline .Wil Florida and file the" original In the officef Relax In

son, and one saiit Miami\ !! Mis. ,) the Clerk of the Circuit Court onr ,
Up singer had 'charge 'the prop'3.m.The' ,
: Lois Carter BPW To MeetThe next meeting will be held .otherwise the allegations of said '$, -
and
and .DaughteryJ; h. .
t : Complaint will be' taken as confessed ,1
July 8 'at the home of Mrs; Herb-
AVERYHAPPY Mrs. Floyd Denmark and<;;,family: by you. '
home of Mrs. Desta Dyalat
KEY CHAINS $2.00And ert Green. and Mrs: Leon Starling otJacksonville This notice shall be published once
Mr.
Hampton Lake will be the each week for four consecutive weeksD'
Refreshments were served by 'Mrs. Myrt! Gaskinsf i .
Bradford Telegraph. ,
Up 4he County
of the __
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meeting place
June the hostesses at each meeting. Stafice; Mr. and Alrsi; Oscar Dated this 9 day ot June 1358.
Starke Business and ProfessionalVomen's (OFFICIAL, SEAL) .
Club. Mrs. Lillian Pear- Carter,. M., ,D. Carter. Mr. and Charles A. Darby,
NEW SHEAFFER Annual Picnic Mrs. Howard Norman and tam- Clerk of the Circuit Court.LP'i .
son will be co-hostess. Convention
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Skripwriter $2.95 reports will be given by members Enjoyed By U.D.C. ily Mr.,Mr.and.Mrs.and; Mrs. George Othma Shuford Norman oXLawtey ,

who went to Tampa.Mental "Waters and
/ MrS. Ruby
The W. T. Week's, chapter U.

WATCH BANDS I P, >C.met Wednesday. June 4r at family, of .Palalka' Mrs. .Linnie

F A'HER'S the home of Lt. Col.! and Mrs. J. Carol, Mrs. B rtice Douglas' and ,
HealthIs
NormanOf Miami;
From $4.95 up A. Griffin at Camp Blinding fort Mrs. Lonzie.

e annual picnic- FrL, Sat.- June 13-14
one of America's majpr health
Following, a covered dish luncheon Young-Underbill DOUBLE FEATURE
BULOVA problems today. a business meeting was held '
Wedding Told Day The World Ended
DAY The most effective way to regain with Mrs. L. G. PowenVicepres,
CLOCK RADIOS Richard Denning:, Lori Nelson
The'
ident
presiding.
following'officers'.were
it at the greatest savin is r Mr. Paul Underhill and Mrs.;
through Chiropractic Care. elected for the, new Marie Schwabe announce the MidHorizons FOLDING ALUMINUMCHAISE

year president. Airs. Mattie Ga. marriage of their daughter Glen- West.

49.75Pocket Through Chiropractic care the tjagan; first .vice president, Airs da to James Young, son of Mrs. Robert Ryan, Julia Adams, Rod /
cause of MentaJ Illness is remov- i L. G. Powell;: second, vice-presi- LOUNGE ly 17.95
Marty Green.of rke. The cere- Hudson :
ed without the cost of expensive tent Mrs.. S. E. Simmons; secretary '
took' place in Nahunta, Ga. Plus Serfol JChap. U and Cartooi
mony
Size BULOVA medicines hospitalization or loss Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr.::
AND HOPE MY RECOVERY On April26, 1958. For Children
of time from work. Below is sucha
ALL TRANSISTORflADIO treasurer Mrs. Bertha, Pearce; .
WILL ALLOW ME case. historian, Mrs. E. K. Perryman; Both Mr. and Mrs. Young graduated SUN., MON., TUES. .
from Bradford High School.
'Mrs. registrar, Mrs. L. A. Davis. June 15, 16; 17 Also.
E. S. P. a young housewifuf.fered Mr. Young is attached to'a
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TO GREET YOU AGAIN .. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid gave a report Run Of The ArrowRod
a ueryous breakdown and squadron: of the U. S.r AhForce

SOON AT From $43,50GEM waS .bedfast,,for, 2 sevs. During of the radio-brOadcast given at' MacDill Field''rn 'Tampa. Steiger, Santa Montieth
the Rev. J. H. onJune .
by Mabry BIG MARK DOWNOn
this time she received all the pop- t. Brian, ,Keith, ifcdph MeekerAND
3 on the subject'-Jefferson D Vis." 'Mr. and .Mrs. Young will! reside
ular treatment for ach conditions. in Starke )until the last of June;

LONG BRIDGE; Then: a friend recommend when they will move to, Tampa. Mister Rock and Roll

ed Chiropractic care and in a social Club / Alan Freed

matter of months a complete recovery Met:ThursdayMrs. Tenly-Shannon PIllS Color' Cartoon for Kids

Package Store. -L----was effected. _ SUMMER PORCH FURNITURE

for, problem cac'phone w M. Turney, J. W. Abel The wedding of Miss Elaine I;Wed., ThurS: June' 18, 11)

I JEWELRYStarke's write the Mrs. Charles Ward, and Mrs. Shannon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.R. i- DOUBLE FEATURE -. SAVE AT.

Harry Davis ; Bertha Pearce wtre hosts to ,J,,Shannon Sr. of Stafke; and The Midnight StoryTony NOW .

Leading Jeweler' DR. H. G. BOLUNGER members of the Starke Social Edmond [ISonnvJ Tenly Jr., ,son Curtis Marisa Pavan

On Highway No. 100 CHIROPRACTIC- .. ";- OFFICES' Club Thursday ot last week in of"Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly, will AND
Miles 109 E. Call Phone''170 the Presbjrtema 'ais xby' hall.Fifteen" be* softmriked Safurday afternoon HARI FURNITURE CO1PIQ'E

11 from Starke Gainesville 72 E.VavcrsityAve.Phone; 6-S258 'members ..enjoyed%gains it o'clock'at: the'TeirliOme, Two Grooms For 'A

Enrout to Lake Butler We Give Profit-sharing '. and refreshments. The next, meeting 516 S. Orange, street: before: memhetsiiif BrideJohn '

426 N.-'tslnut st. will be held' in ttie. Methodistfellowship' the immediate families. Carrol l Virginia Bruce 80 STARKE, FILt9iToiR \.
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1 Shopport unity Coupons Starke, Phone 108 hall. Tuesday.. June 17, Rev' tt. "D. riainea/" will" peVronn'" Plus Color Cartoon .

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':Hi 'Nfttwy-dark of'Oeala'1l Misses Patsy and Barbara Coleman ',.,.................. A. JI: 'Green during the weekender .
aW J, F wflS w c. a wu- spent..Thursday of last week: ID'jand,Mrs. Clyde Brannen r. :: :-,

feW; WglJJLW.M in St. Augustine. j i STATE FARMBy of"Jacksonville. *

.: '!,'\.. "1f8iI'D".ref'dn Mrs. E.. S.'Matthews will return I-inland:.'Mrs. Mack A.; 'Sweat x >,

.,.,, I this weekend to, Orlando after and*Mrs.-,' Patsy1. Sweat attended
a" f--hV: ;: Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell
!I1M\k .r.m ate pending; the pest month here thKgraduation' exercises ''of'' the

'" J '!_' ''' 1,. with her son and daughterinlaw -. AA&&A&&&&& &&.&&&A.. A Senior class'ol1 I the .Palatka High 1
II MIWi g
bPtl d
v l:4U' Jr- "\ ,lev'tnb Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat* School on Friday night. Mrs.
ent aWI1 with a thews. New Residents ,
Ronald MeClellan. the former
--'N _,. ".... ,- '.-,...-,,.. -, ,--. -..""..,-- --,--,.- : ;. ..rR r 20. ,I ( ." SHOPPORTUNITY DAYS" i Mr. and Mrs. James''Langston M1s&.-Bobby lJ'aye.'SWeat. was a s
r and sons, Robert and James moved '
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t 1tap; .-4; 'I -" C'da 'rll COMING UP JUNE 18-19 graduate; this class. Also attending -,
Mrs. Effie Johns ini.Krt. ;j.):X liaafre! 'iM Ji ea 9'D \ Fire ;Sunf Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and recently from Avon Park into i I,the exercises '-"Mrs. e.
& were
man Johns, and Mrs. ; M, Hay, of Waycro eats of iir. "and Mrs. R. U.ria the house formerly occupied by '
; ft.i." daughter, Elissa. were visiting Rosa Sapp of 'R ioM.and. Mrs.
ter of Maxville ;
spent overnight jpiesta last ] Col. and Mrs. E. C. Hughes. Mr.
Y.i tl f ttl s Mr. and Mrs..Alebrt Stefanelli, wd1.Allen., and, her son and
Jacksonville with and airs. N. ,8. bankel 'Pfir ws Willi' ta Langston is the Food Service Ad-
Smith. b 'it"::1 tttii': ;," Jacksonville the first of the week. daughter,'Jerry''Allen and Mrs.
attend toe |radui- eab ministrator.Mr. .
ynere a t-W'I" J.' .wg Mrs. Floyd Green was called to Dorothy: McManus'of Ft. White.
bf E their fcranidaufcnter, iudj attend s c .and Mrs. Lewis Martin and
'" id-llll I Ij lilt iTll-.i Iyentloh Crystal River on Tuesday, by, the *t Mr. and Mrs.'Ronald McCleDan
1. from BHS. to Tampa from Thursday two children moved here from
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serious illness of her mother, of i Pafatkspent Saturday night
George Anderson, ,Krs. to Sunday.Mary Green Cove Springs and are living
Mis. S. L.,Stroup. and Sunday'here with her'' 'parents -
Mathews and Mrs. Cula Cor. Lou Edwards spent t the in the house where Mr. and R r'a
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman ,- Mr. and Mrs. Mack A. .
a Bridal shower in weekend Jacksonville. with Pat- Mrs. Bradley resided. .,',
Springs Tuesday evening at sy Stevens. spent Thursday to Sunday in Mrs. Margaret Buck.of Palatka Sweat. ... .,' r ..: .N ,
Atlanta where Judge ,Ferrymanattended Mrs. Fred Cannon,'her'mother, l' ... t
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home of Mrs.
J. H. McNeiU SHOPPORTUNITY DAYS was a weekend guest of Mr. and "
his 45th reunion.of his Mrs. Julia Hinson and daUghter, r' :
Miss Donna Breazeale. COMING. UP, JUNE '18-13 Mrs. H. M. Richarde. ::
Mae Jones and grandson Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. 1913 class of Emory University. J ..Mr.. and, Mrs. H. M. Richarde Charlotte visited Mrs Artis Rick- .; ,t' I'JJ

THEA -of Jacksonville were visit and Col. and .Mrs.. :V. 'l: Long Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Raney and 'and son, Henry will be in Cres- erson in Lake Butler on Sunday. ; 4\t
family of Freeman, Va. arrive today Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
and Mrs. W. E. Middleman have the following hSuse guests cent City this weekend to attend t
this week who art herd 19 attend for two weeks visit; with her the wedding of their nephew, Cannon during the weekend were \
Carlton McManus the wedding of Miss Joanne parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hineson and ?
.'- COOL! was re- Slade _Bruce Norman of Jacksonvilleand
!'Enfoy A Movie' from Bradford County Hos and Charles Sawyer, an vent ot Green. Miss Shirley Ben of Cres- I two children Ben and Gilbert of J GREAT GIFTS .

on Monday after a week's this Saturday"evening: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Killian and three cent City, which will take placeon Live Oak. .. ,q; '-" "i
SAT. sons of Vivian, La. were guestslast Mr. and M"s. L. W. Mumhy had ,\ ', GUY!
JUNE 14 '? following an auto- Mrs. A- C. Sawyer Sr. of Charlotte Sunday afternoon. Henry ; / FOR A GREAT
-* week of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. a.a, spend-the-day guest their son, '-" '
DOUBLE accident. N. C., Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Richarde will be usher in r "' ;
an the!
'"", Jean Schmitt and Lynda Sawyer Jr. of Greenville, S. C. Pickering. Little David and Mike wedding.Mrs. Ray of Ocala on Sunday. J : ... Wearables making winning ,, ?
will attend the Senior Mrs: Don Scott and Miss Dale Killian remained with their uncle Visitors of' the J. CaWwells .
P. S. Crews visited Mrs. t'I 4. gifts for Father's Day. Come, t1y
work Scott of Melbourne and aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Pick during the weekend a
Mrs.
camp at Camp Mont Terrell were, Mrs. J.
I Bond of Bayless Highway on Sunday see our all-star! Iine of thef'i
ering. for two weeks visit. They f 1' up riT'st
June 1623. Metthews of Roberta Ga., Miss afternoon. L. Shaw and son, Leonard of Lake ts \ -L'- "
; and Mrs. Henry Redding Jane Wilkes of Cordele, Ga., Mrs. all spent Sunday at St. Augustine Mrs. Phillip Murphy and little Butler, Mrs. John Lessel of Jack a ', /i:! kind of togs men go for! t y

j / daughter of Pennsylvania N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis, Ind., Beach. son, Daniel of Lake Butler are sonville, Mr. and Mrs. John Par- > 4J'u
Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lewis of Wilmington, .Mr and Mrs. Thomas Peacockof the nelle and daughter of Lake Butler a .
houseguests of her
parentsfor
J. A. Lee while enroute to DeL, Mrs. W. S., Slade Jr. of Orlando and Mrs. Bertha and Pinehurst. Ga. and Mr. Char-
next two while her
weeks
the
Florida. Baxley, Ga., Mrs. D. C. Forelana Pearce spent the weekend with lie Roberts of Lake Butler.

AND ana frs R. A. Green ana of Albany,,Ga, Mrs. J. W. Jack- Mrs. Mary Lane Jacksonville.. husband,Guard is at away Ft. with Stewart the National Ga. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. at ALVAREZ STORE.

of Tavares and Mrs. J. U. son and Miss Hilda Jackson of Mrs. Donald Bagwell and children Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Red- Caldwell visited relatives in G.I
of Eustis were Sunday Baconton, Ga., Mrs. John C. Stev- are visiting her parents Mr. ion County. At this time
little of Wildwoodcame they
ding and son were
of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. enson and son, Cary, of Greenville, and Mrs. Dixon In Nashville on Thursday and visited with Mrs.'A. G. Yongue, Mr. and I Est. 1894 Starke Fla.
S. C., Mrs, J. G. Pntchett and Tenn. for three weeks. Mrs. '
W. H.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smith. Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. McAliley is attend- Mrs.'. Ralpb Allison of Albany, Hugh Webb Jr. of Nashville, W. D.Green '
Mr. and
Starling over the weekend and Mrs. Shel-
a training session for camp Ga., Miss Rosalie Sheline of .in. Tenn. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. ley Mack
attended the graduation of their Mr. and Mrs. Mack We Give
and councilors at Camp cti tnapqas, Ind. and JOm1 Scott Dave Paulk on Sunday afternoon. Yongue, and I Profit-Sharing Coupons
sister. Miss Mary Starling, who Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
on Thursday and ill- of Melbourne. T-Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Clement Yongue
member of the Jr. and family. '
graduating
The True Rev. McAiney Will be dir Miss Yerna Nistendirk, dierctorof and family spent the weekend in was. a
class of .
of the Pioneer camp, July the Florida State Library, of Sanford with Mr. and Mrs. W. C, BHS.
o? LYNN Tallahassee) ] visited the Bradford Brown. Mrs. L.. W. Pace visited her .

STUART and Barbara Bates are County.Library Board on :Tuesday. Sunday guests of Rev. and Mrs. sister and, brother-in.law, ,Mr. COMING
in Koch's Drug Store SP-3 Stanley Clark was discharged W. S. McAliley were Melvin Smith I and Mrs. Melvin Smith and sons. COMING

BETSY PALMERACOjUUMPICTWS summer from service at Fort of Alexander City, Ala., Buddy Jimmy and Buddy, and Miss

I Lance will arrive home Hood, Texas on June 12 and will Lackey Tuscaloosa, Ala., Bobby I Madge Haggood of Dixon, Tenn..
Tuesday for a month's vaca- arrive home Saturday. Also are MizZen of Gadsden: Ala. and Carl-I Mr., and Mrs. J. L. Hobbs and

from nursing duty at charity riving at the home of her parents ton Manus and san, Tommy. daughter, Kitten, and Mr. and
Plus ...ton'l Baby"MOVIE"b& New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. L !;. Clark, on Sat Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reauch of Mrs. J. H. Haggood of Jackson- WRGR'sCLIFF

; DAYS urday -will fee their daughter, Miss Detroit. Mich. were last week ville.

SUN., MON.:,- UP, JUNE Ig-lJ 1arguerfto'Clark of Miami, who visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Owen .Kenneth Osborne, student \of
June 15, 16 and Mrs. Charles Lawson of will be home on three weeks va Vaughn. the University of South Carolina,
after time here
spending some
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were overnight guests cation. Robert
-. 3 BIG [Rabbit Haisten underwent -
of Mr. and Mrs. ft. A. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Mahathyand with his parents,and family, left
surgery Tuesday at the Thursday, night to go, to Norfolk (Young Lion)
IUM.OII | while enroute to Atlanta family of Moss faint Miss. Bradford County Hospital. His ROBERTS
BRANDO North Carolina on vacation. were last Fhday. visitors of Mr. b 'otherinIawmd sister, Mr. I and Va. where he will join his

Zach _Crawford and son, and Mrs. I. E, .C1ar Mrs. Paul Miller of Miami Beach company, which. will leave soon
"MARTIN of .Gainesville, are spending Mrs. George Fortunas and lie here during his convalescence for Europe. Before returning
week with her parents, Mr. children of Apalachicola spent the home they win attend the World'sFair v
and staying with their parents: Mobile
Studio
; the Mrs. S. R. Johns, while; her}! early, park tf last .wee*r with aer Mr. and Mr. S. W..Hais$n. 'in,:Brussels. -- Saturday 2-3 P.M.
} is at National Guard parental: ReV; and b1rs. E. Mac. :Charlie Osborne and Calvin
I Young ) Slain.' .Little Josephine. HarriettForttjnas Mr.children and Mrs. George Horton Pace, with,the other,members of Florida Theatre Screen --- Sunday
had. the and of Hialeah spent the HiT club of Starke were in .
Lions ,W. Ritca was visiting his ,spent! two: reeks ;
Mrs: W. F., Hitch, in previous'?, with.. hergrandparents.Mis9e 4'. the and first Mrs. of Merrill the week Struth.with Mr. Daytona Beach from Monday until Florida Theatre Stage --- Monday 8:30 P.M. .
CINEMASCCc E er. S. C. over the weekend J : $ JackietC6lley,and Jackie Thursday of last week. .
'Jeffords'of High Springs Hobbs/ 'will I leave' Sunday for FSU Mr. aid Mrs. W. L. Edwards, Joe and Steve Harden arrived' in

Plus "Dr. Bluebird" this' week with her Bummer session. Hr. and Mrs. W. G. Struth and I hcme last ,week from their re- "'I"

Linda Huggins. ,Mr. and Wra. Fred .Guy and Mrs. Leah Bauknlght of JacksOn- pnective schools: -Joe from the
.ADMISSIONS,FOB ', and Mrs. Robert% Cha.ce daughter, ,Jane', of Gainesville ville were overnight guests Friday -'I i University of Tampa and Steve "I Was In Young Lions"Hear
TUBE WILL 11E: 1 ln iVm were Monday" sp endipg Junk and July:: with Mrs of Miss Kate Struth: 'Saturday !from Murray State ,College ,in

Adults Matinee I' of Mrs. Etta Hoover. A. Z. Adkins'at, Kihgsley 1Lake. afternoon they, all attended ,Murray, Ky. They visited their
Adults Evenings and Mrs. W, F. Hertong at Jimmy Guy win leave June 23 the wedding .of Mis* Linda Lou i I mother, Mrs. Louise Harden until
Adults All Pay the graduation of \their f for Camp} CJoqdmQnt fQr Boys on. Arnold and Martin 8.,Page at the I Sunday and then left together -- Cliff Roberts Show

Children AU t Day Mary Ann Stein- Lookout Mountain, N. C. for eight First Presbyterian Church in with Charlie Osborne to visit their :,

Students MOIL* r:from Andrew Jackson: High weeks. Lake City. father, E. C. Harden in Wewahit- 9 A.M. 3 P.M., Monday' thru Friday WRGR RadioS
on Tuesday evening. Mrs and Mrs i#. E. Bradley and ,Mrs..Jerry Lawson and sons of chka: for the remainder of the

WED. ,THURS. : and Mrs.Lou Hillendahl and children moved to. Altaraonte Orlando are spending several week. "The Lions"
June 18, 19, moved Thursday to Kath s Springs oh .SuflQay. weeks with Mr. and Mrs.0 EweLausan. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosby e --- Young

near Lakeland. Mr. Hillen- 'Carr,Colley arid: daughter. MissJackie'Colley ( and little sons of Palatka Road

mother, Mrs.. Rosa Mae were in.Fort.Meade Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Smith and i spent Sunday with his parents, Starting Sunday at Florida Theatre
uxiTURMERunSDLLWAN of Houston, Texas is over the weekend |o attend: the family were in Jacksonville Sunday -, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby.
several' weeks'with' her, wedding"and.c! reception .of,Mr. col- visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby visit-

family. ley's nephew, William Gillispie, to Bolden. ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. : COMING COMINGJACSON&BISHOP
GDnsJOHNS Miss Jackie Burtchett on Sunday Johns on'Sunday
L. in New River
Hodge and fllly Suggs afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli .
S. C. were overnight and daughter Elissa spent- the: afternoon
Another last Thursday of Mr. and Miss Shi Ann Smith was hostess weekend in Fernandina Beach: _,Mr, aqd Mrs. Jim Crenshaw "
to eight girls at a charade and and three children left Fridayfar
01).
Time\ Douglas Hardy. where Elissa was a contestant in,
slumber party last Thursday eve- ,
DAYS the "Miss Fernandina Be ch' points in Louisana where,they
AnotherPlace vj-m spend ,th? next two weeks
: G UP. JUNE 18-19 ning.Mr. beauty contest. She was sponsoredby ,
and Mrs:. Charles MeIster i visiting relatives.
and Mrs. A. H. had the Starke Retail Merchants.i ;
Henry left Tuesday for Orlando for the I Our sincerest sympathy is ex-

....-- ;t::.;;. : : visitors,' Mr. and Mrs. summer where Mr. Meister will be Assn.SHOPPORTUNITY DAYS tended to Mr.. and Mrs. Melvin ;
and Mr.. and Mrsi
Starling
employed by an engineering firm. McKinney whose little son, Myron -
COMING UP. JUNE 18-19
Core
Sauhders of Green: tar
...-,Plus toon "Laxy Little and Mrs.. Gene Norman returned Mr. and to Mrs.their C.home T. Wade here after have :i' "I ,,' last: passed week.away' on Wednesdayof i Used ( Bargains

pending a, three weeks vacation Mike Seiner\ returned to his
"GET MORE OUT and Mrs. WUlard 0 Pass and, with relatives at v&ious.points in t home on Saturday after visiting .,
GO OUT TO A of Tallahassee spent, the Georgia. On Sunday they attendeda his grandparents: Mr!; and Mrs. 1958 Custom 300 For I. 1953 Chevrolet Bel-Air
weekend with Mr.: and'MrsT: L. D. : family 'reunion'at the home Of Bryan Wtiitfleld in Campville for -
4-door V-8
Green. Mr. and'Mrs. Tillman Sumner in the past week. Mrs.'Milo' Seigler Sedan $f 945 4-dr., 1 owner $545

Fitzgerald, Ga. Others from and his sisters Susan and Sally 2500 miles. Save $700 .

Starke attending this event were visited there on Saturday and ne.
the Wades' son-in-law and daughter came homey with them. j.: 1957 Fairlane 500
,, Mr. and 'Mrs. Freeman RegIster Bradford County Hospital an. Mr. and Mrs Owen House and 1953 Chevrolet Bel-Air

and o their Brother-in-law: and nounces the following births: children: Rebecca, Virginia andDavid Fully equipped, V-8 Hard 2-door

I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W. tariff I and Mr. and Mrs.: Milo Top, 4-door Sedan:. 9000 It r $545

550STARKE wire.SHOPPORTUNITY of Starke, a daughter, Carole An.. Seigler and'their children, Mike,, miles. Cost $3200 '

DAYS ne, :June 5. Susan and Sally left on Stmday t OUR PRICE $1895 .

COMING UP, JUNE 1S-19 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ash of Lake! for Goldhcad State Park where 1952 Nash
Miss Anna Ruth Crosby of Butler, a daughter, June 9. they. will spend the week. ,

Jacksonville' home' this weekon Mr. and Mrs. W.;J. Green and I i. 1957_Ford Ranch Wagon 2-door. Nice. Only.
vacation with her parents, M;. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jape I r 335
three ,children of Lawtey spent Y-8 Fully .
Equipped
$ / CjA
and Mrs. Floyd Crosby. Mr. and Hall of Waldo A'1D1".JnCehe birU I Saturday afternoon visiting Mr. J

TAXI Mrs. Glen Stanley of South Port of a son, Charles Douglas on Jun and Mrs. A.,J. Green. .

N. C.' are also house guests of 7, in Doctor's .Hospital. : Other guests, of, Mr. and 'Mrs.I ., 1952 Plymouth Station
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby.

John Godwin was admitted to ; 1957, Ford Custon V-8, Wagon S$3.5

the Lake City V. A.Hospital Wed. I 11OPEIED Thunderbird Motor .
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nesday for observation. -

NEW -k NEW NEW Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Brown- .
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Ladies' Men's Children
lee and daughter, Rose Mary, of = 1952 V-8 Studebaker,
New Orleans arrive Friday for'a 1957 Ford Half Ton Pickup
:
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4-door Sedan
Owner Service Phone few days visit with his mother. $335
!, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mr. I SHOES REPAIRED Like New $j j45

EXCLUSIVE and Mrs. Byron ,C. Brant-
--- ley and.,family 'of Fort' Wayne, 'f 1952 Pontiac,

Ind. spent last week with Mr. I o 1956,Ford, 2-door, V-8 2-door Sedan. Like i

RADIO I CAB SERVICE: and other Mrs.relatives. Jessie'here..Coleman and Fully equipped $945; Brand New. $445

Miss. Marlyce Roddy, daughterof Located Directly Across from Courthouseat f


Faster arid'Safer ,. Starke Mr., and received Mrs. her Roy bachelor Roddy of of 126 N. Court'St. It j 1955 Chevrolet 2-door (210) .1952 Buick Hard Top. ,

arts'degree from Harding College i Fine Buy at
Who Has E Like new. $335
CHUCK and TCHEN DENT Arkansas at commencement exercises Expertly Repaired by Phillip I Served The r 895 '

.. .. on:May 29. She has been Public for Better :Than' 25 Years. ,

OWNER and OPERATOR awarded an 'assistantship in English

for. graduate study at Hard THIS WEEKS SPECIAL_ '-i ,.- ",. MANY, MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM

ing.Mr. All Shoes Get Shoe Laces and FREE
Repaired
Prompt ,Courteous EfficientSTARKE and Mrs Kenneth Witt ,FREE
and sons of Columbians, Ohio SmnBRADFORD' .

I 'are spending two weeks with Mr: ( JACkSON-BISHOP USED CAR SALESSOUTH

: and Mrs.' M. L.Johns. SHOE REPAIR

TAXI 550i Mrs. Drew Reddish and.ehfl-
dren spent Sunday to'Tuesday in WALNUT STREET -ACROSS FROM SETZER'S STARKE, FLA.

Jacksonville with her _mother 126 N. Court. -1Sta4; ... "Fla.,.. ;; ... ., ... BILLY- DOWLING, Manager
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Daniels Revival Mrs. Richards 16 Complete r: : 'ENSEY PLAY LOT

Participants at the Ensey Play

To Lecture. .HereOn Home Nursing Lot weie treated to chicken pilau

Draws CrowdsTo cookies, and ice cream at the

,DisciplesMrs. Course At USO'The close of the Flannelgraph lessonby
Mrs. Florence Hipple last

___ Tuesday afternoon. Visitors in-
Big Tent ; AlJerta (Sune') Richards Red, Cross graduated IB Li I
eluded the Misses Reba Thompson -
:;tffiiP former res'dent of Starke, now ,,women Monday, June 2, who had r' nI .p. t1L and Ann Bell. state workersof
art instructor in Milwaukee
an
it ilhIitpkvr completed 14 hours training in the Children's Bible Mission.
The countywide revival being & will speak at the First Methodist -
I : of the sick and injured the k Keystone Heights.
conducted under a large tent LtiI IViT Church Wednesday night, June 18, care j

cathedral at the corner of Orange iJft.1 I I t"TT at 1 8 p.m. on "My Search for the training' is being sponscred locally !NOTICB

and Washington streets is attracting Wi k:1- I I I'b Twelve Disciples." I by' the Starke Business -and Professional NOTICE IS HEREBY G1XEN by
I I
--'ri A4WJ the
Bradford County Fair Association
: large crowds n'ghtly, and revival VL__. I I I 'I In. her talk, Mrs. Richards will : Women's Club. | Incorporated, .;.iones-Langford
leaders expe t the huge tent fJ ijcrvj,1. describe a hobby she started A Red Cross insirucior from White Post Number 56, The American
to be filled to this week- 'Legion, a corporaticn not for
capacity Palatka taught seven sessions of
some eight years ago a search profit, of
its Intention to apply to
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., kTiJ; for modern day characters to fit two hours each over a three and -- -- -- -'--- the Honorable Of'<'. L. Patten, one
end.The of the Judges of the Circuit Courtin
crusade is atready making her conception of the 12 disciplesof .a half week period in the USO ritt Marguerite Hall, Mrs. C. K. Fordie Crews, Mildred Doyle, and for the Eighth Judicial Circuit

an impact on the, community, according Jesus. After finding the face building. Another class will be- Voss, Red Cross instructor Madge Beatrice Fanber, LCuan C. Pea*. in and for Bradford County

to Rev. Jack Mabry: pro-. --- ... _ she needed for each disciple she gin in july.Graduates. Middleton Della Rosenberg, Edna \ son. Edith Christianson. the Florida other or Circuit In his absence Judges one'at 1u,of

motional chairman. Some YOU I would pose the person in costume, of the first class, Hart. Third row ,l-r): Ida Lee Brown, r. m. on the 11 day of July

people went to the altar Tuesday A scene from "Christ Healing the Lepers," color movie ta' be photograph, him, and color the pictured above,' are: Second row ((1-r): Desta Dyal, Bernie S. Smith, Maxine Gibson, amendment 1938 for an to order the Charter approving of tte an)

night to shake hands with the Jiown at the countywide tent revival Friday night) A different: color portrait in oils, a process for I Front row'l-r( ): Julia M. Mer- Florence_Jennings, Patsy Cogdill,'I I. Jeanette Crews.Myron said Fair Association.The .

ministers present and to pledge Tim is! bhown at 7:30 nightly under the tent located at the corner of which she has received wide ac -' I.Amendment Ira). HI. relates V, VI, to IX;Articles IIf-

that they would "go the second Orange and Washington btreets in Starke. claim.. 96 Graduate Elks To Honor I I McKinney said Charter, the major changes be.
ing change the to -Bradford .
to.
mile for God and their churches.: Mrs. Richards has now co'mplet- name;
County Fair Association. Inc.
Dr. E.. J. Daniels not later than Friday night, according the service. Dr. Daniels will Funeral FridayMyron
.the evaflg.1st ed her collection and is lecturingto Phil P. V it to increase authorized indebtedness
to Rev. .Walter Holland, sky'Monday or liability to 1100.900.00 and other
had preached a sermon ir speak on "The World's Greatest civic and church groups on her
twoyearoldson wise conform to and with
McKinney to comply
which he his audienceto' who is in charge of the children's Love Story," using the From BUS
appealed for greatest interesting proJect. She will ex. I of Melvin and Alma Harris Chapter (16. Florida Statutes. which
"go all out lor Christ and the meetings. Younger children must text in' the Bible as his theme. hbit: these portraits during her Night/ specifies charter requirements for
McKinney of the State Farm such associations.Thft
church In this, crucial hour." He be accompanied by theirparents.Color "Although the young people will talk here. [Continued from Page 11] died in local hospital Wednes- proposed. Amendment is now

pointed out that the curse ot Movies Shown be,honor guests, we do not want Mrs. Richards was widowed Exalted Ruler Jerome Johns of a nn file In the office of Charlev! .
life by day, June 4. after a brief illness.He Darby, Clerk of the Circuit Court,
A color movie the A
surprise feature
depicting of the
modern-day Christianity is that others to think it is pro the l local Elks Lodge announced ,
just a youth the sudden death of her husband born in Gainesville on in and for Pr ad ford County Florida
"we have too many one-mile of Christ is shown each night at service. All ages will enjoy and during the lime the family was gram was the presentation to yctterday that Lodge No. 1802 will was Bradford County Fair Association

church members, and not enough 7:30.. Over the weekend, a ser- be blessed by the service." living in starke. Since then she Mrs. Blanche Edwards of an orchid honor Phil P, Vitsky Monday July 25. 1956. By etc.: Hirry H. Rabb, jr.
:es depicting the last week of and a gift in tcken of Besides his parents, he is survived .
sec nd.milers who will go all out A color movie on "Christ Heal- has taught art and studied to en- her night, June 16, for his outstanding President.At
Christ on earth will begin In retirement after of by two brothers Melton '*Kt? Jnneph E. Gray
for the cause of Christ. ,,37 years work in Elkdom.
ing the Lepers" will be shown at ter the ministry of the Umty Secretary.
After the response to the message Announcing these special films, 1:30: and the song service begnsat Church of Chr'stianity, while teaching in >the public schools of I. Vitsky organized both the Starke I and Marvin McKinney of Raiford. C-12 5t 7-10

Dr. Daniels sad: "If these Rev. Lowell 'Leistner, the song I 7:45: educating her two sons, Dennis, Bradford County.. In presentingthe and Green Cove Sprlrgs Lodges Funeral services were held at
'eader, said: orchid the gravcside in McKinney Cemetery LIVE BAIT' BOATS
people
mean what they have Saturd y's subject 'will be 18, a theatre specialist at the-- University Supt. Morgan praised and has been instrumental in the -

pledged :to do, and I believe they "Many have said how much "When the Stop Lights Go Uut on of Wisconsin, and 'fhnClhy, Mrs. Edward's record as one of Christmas basket program that Friday at 2 p. m. with Rev. ,.COTFAGESRUTLEDGE'S-

do, then there win be a new day they enjoy' 'the f.lms; already the Road to Hell." 13, stM in.high school the mcst faithful and efficient the Starke Elks promote each I W. K. Hall officiating. Burial was

in the churches of Bradford shown, Tout the best is yet to come. teachers ,in the county. He said Christmas. i in the family plot under the direction -

in the Just the last week of Christ The omy service conducted in that teachers I of DeWitt C. Jones
County days ahead. A greatrevival as I poor are always Vitsky has been a members of 1 Mi. south of KeystoneOn
will'start
,is on the way" is the most dramatic part of His the tent on Sunday at Starke Taxi Co. noticed and criticized but that I' Funeral Home.
the Elks for more than 35 years Route 100
7:45 with color movie show-
Free Plane Ride life so are the films depicting His p.m. a good ,teachers, 'such as Mrs. Edwards
Rev. said trials, crucifixIOn. and ing "Christ's Trial Before Pilate.Dr. taken for and, at the Monday meeting he J
Mabry that children betrayal Changes HandsChuck are granted and will be given an honorary life Blood Relayed
will "Christon
Daniels'
speak on
and young people'are attending resurrection. Beginning Saturday seldom given their proper credit Expansion Creating\
in the
the meetings in large numbers. A night we will show films of these Trial in Bradford County: 'I -Ra.dio until the time comes to replace membership All Elks organization. To HospitalFor New Openingsin
WRG and
Dent, their wives are
free airplane ride is offered to allyoungsters climatic events In the life of our This is said to be one of the most them "Then we' begin to wonder City WorkerA
unusual services News, Director and reporter-pho invited to attend the supper,
: and Lord. the entire family to religious' ever how n'earth we'll
young people who Bring get along
witnessed.The tographer for the Bradford, County which will be served at 7 p.m., MECHANICALASSEMBLY
attends aU of the services, and a see them." without them."' Morgan said..Mr. fast ride by Sheriff P. D.
revival will continue Telegraph, has purchased ,the preceding the meeting. Membersof
special: service conducted each Youth Honor Guests nightly Reddish afternoon is
is Payne presentedJhe gift to Mrs. yesterday
June 22 and Starke Taxi Service and. is oper- the Green Cove Springs lodge
is
night for 'chlldren'from'' 7:15 to The people of this area through everyone Edwards behalf credited with to the
: young cabs. on of the faculty. also been asked to take helping save '
invited to to the fullest ating three radio-dispatched: have Mechanlealbaekground 'or aptitude
7:30.: will be honor guests at the revival extent. ooperate I in Starke. In addition to the awards that part along with J. Pierce Smith, life of Robert Hastings, City of \vill ..be, considered.: Open-

Those wanting a free.plane ride Friday night. Special music anda were presented at Class Night, Starke employee, who underwenttwo
"Although this revival is being Gretchen, his wife, serves as immediate past president of the tags at all level
,must begin attending the services free party will be features otAllTypesOfPaving Mr. Payne announced that Certificates State Elks Association. serious operations within a
sponsored by 18 churches of the: dispatcher operating from their ELECTRONICSSome
New River Baptist Association it1' home on Weldon St. to provide of Merit for superior All of, the Elks and their fam- 24-hour period.
performance in the Diversified ilies are invited to attend the The sheriff drove to Maxville radio- TV, or basic elec-
is equally for all people of all constant service 24-hours a.day. ,
Cooperative Training where he met a Duval road patrol trical
H. program Flag Day celebration in the lodge training or experience required -
churches, according to Rev. The Dents were in the taxi business -
were earned by Jack T, Parrish, room Sunday afternoon, June 15, man and relayed a box cf precious
H. Mott, general chairman. in Lakeland before they
I S DRIVEWAYS and Mary E. Starling, and Gerald G. at 2 p.m.NaUman. l blood to the Bradford County In ten'lews, 8:30-3:30" : dally- or
to Siarke
came a year ago
.' PARKING LOTS became affiliated with WKUK Norman. Hospital. Monday evenings, from 6:30 to

278 Turn Out where gained nationwide The high school band played IssuesStatement Hastings is reported in satis- 9 pan. or write for application.
they
:
QUOTATIONS GLADLY FURNISHED FREE the processional factory condition.
and
recognition from their 5-day record recessional, SPERRYELECTRONIC

Call! 1707 Lake Cily For Summer marathon continuous broad- and also rendered "Blue Tango"under On .

cast from atop the local What-A- the direction of Archie Housing StandW.

Lake Inc Swim CourseA Burger stand.Gretchen Green a member of the Senior W. C. T. U. TUBE DIV.
City Paving Company Class.
H. Nollman president of
emceed a daily morn- "ALL LIQUIDS SEEK TilE
record-breaking attendanceof ing radio program. "The Chatter- Rev. .J. ,H. Mabry brought the the Starke Property Owners AsEociation. LOWEST LEVEL, BUT ALCO- Sperry Rand Corp.

Route 3, Box 114, LakeCity, Fla. 278 was racked up at the first box," until the first of the. year invocation to open the program. has told the Telegraphthat HOL TAKES YOU WITII IT." Gainesville, Fla.

summer program swimming session under the name of. Betty Gray. he would like to clarify his [NATIONAL VOICE.] Near Municipal Airport
Rites Held position at the last' City Council
Tuesday morning, and the Chuck recently became reporter- Monday I

total is expected to reach 300 protographer for the _,Telegraphand For Ada W. Dyal meeting when, the matter of a : -,.. .-
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NOW OPEN during the week L. H. Gibson. is handling local ,news cover- federal housing: project was being -
discussed. Sell It Rent ft Trade
school supervisor,- announced age for WRGR, reporting three Ada Wilkerson Dyal 68, died Mr. Nollman said that, he does

Fugate and ThomasGARAGE yesterday. times a day. in a 'Lake Butler hospital Saturday -
not OPpOse the building of private !-
Busses leave from in front of The Dents have 'been in the afternoon following an ex-

the elementary school daily at radio business about 10 years tended'illness.. homes with Federal funds, WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDS
but he is opposed to city author-
& WELDING% SHOP I 8:30: ,a.- m. for Kingsley Lake and each. Chuck, 'a start-story writer Mrs. Dyal was born in Bradford ity housing. whereby there is no

return .about 11:30. Students in I studied journalism at Florida Ccunty, March 28, 1890, her par- I

REASONABLE PRICES GIVE the Heilbronn area are picked up Southern College in Lakeland. ents being the late Louis and private ownership. but public 20 WORDS OR LESS. One Jaurtlol S ( .B Charge) ____ ..TiM
US A
TRIAL ownership.Mr. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER I 4e Per WM.
by a bus that goes to' the lake by Gretchen is from North Caro- Julie Bennett Wilkerson. She wasa -
Nolman said that the Off REPEl IT INSERTIONS! !
20.% DISCOUXT !SAME AD
Portable the way ot'Lawtey. lina, Chuck is a Virginian. They member of Jehovah Witnesses.
Welder for Outside Work old meeting. s a "very"orderly" one 25e ADDITIONAL: FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID 11! ADVANCE.
child three
year
A recreational is be- have one ,
program Besides her husband. Enoch W.. and he felt that ,the statementthat

LOCATEDOn ing offered at the USO from 2:30 Mark. Dyal: :'ot. .Lake Butler she 'is survived SPOA spokesmen were CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ___- ,..:5 Per Inch First lasertisa

to 5:30: p. m. on Mondays and by three sons, J. C. Dyal, "quieted" was Inappropriate. He 1.00 PER I\CH FOR SAME AD J IBPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES
Washington St. Across from Starke Motor, Parts Fridays consisting of skating. '
: Navy Jet Plane Tampa r Carl W. Dyal, Plant City; said that he was "only trying to CARDS OF THANK (fp T. 50 W.rOVER ds) -___ ._____ $:. *

FLOYD FUGATE D. B. (-Dick) THOMAS ping pong, and other indoor and and Claude R. Dyal. Dade City: help the city" and attended the M WORDS ___uu,--------- 4 Ce.t. Per W.rJ
outdoor activities. A charge of,
three, brothers, Walter and Ben-
Unloaded Here meeting for the of ask-
purpose
50c is made for the eight-week : MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS --___ 4 Cents Ptt Wird
nett: Wilkerson. both of Lawtey.
ing questions and finding ,'out all

". season to provide equipment. and At and, Henry Wilkerscn of Baton he could about the, program before NOTICE want all my old friends FO} SALE!-.Penta process treated
materials. PlaygroundI Rouge. IA.;,two grandchildren and rendering an opinion. and customers to know that I have fence posts. 4 miles Norm on 3UI.
,A special outdoor program :.for two "great grandchildren. my own garage located at 710 ALton Green & tiakken Post Co. tfchg
For Father's I unofficial welcoming committee Road across from Hercules
Opening Special students is being held
Day elementary Funeral services I'll
15 small were held at I offices. be glad to see you WE HAVE
of about fry was a new loan for
program
at the school playground on Wed- the'unload the graveside in Elzey Chapel YOU'LL LOVE, tte new Ester again. Ira W. (Shorty) Allen. farmers. Loan of 1 to 6 yean
nesdays from 2:30 to 5:30: p.m. on hand Tuesday for Cemetery near Lake Butler. Mon- brook purse-size fountain pens in Up13 for the entire credit require..

High School students are offered ing of the ex-Navy jet plane day I afternoon at 3 o'clock. De-j pastel shades. OnlyS.'" at Bradford FOR SALE-For balance due on ments. of the farmer and his tamlIy. -
attraction ,) contracts TV sets like Gainesville Production Credit
which will be a permanent bank some
J a recreational program in Witt'C. Jones Funeral Home was County Telegraph. new. Westinghouse and Emerson.Dahmers Association (20 north MaIn.

-' 100 Worms for 75c ..- the USO from 7:15: to 10:15: p.' on Pratt at, the St.Starke. recreationarea in charge' of arrangements. Gift Shoppe. ttchg Gainesville, Fla. tfch*

m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thurs- FOR RENT-Furnished first floor RADIOS REPAIRED
day and Friday of each week. A Transferring the plane from apartments. Attractive ana redec AU Hake All HMeto
AFRICAN RED GIANTS orated. All conveniences. W. H. ....BiBle Charges
Starke That' Our Business narute4
registration fee ,of $1 is chargedfor the Jacksonville NAB to ? k I 9 Nollman. ltchg MIEPHERD'9 RADIO It TV

the eight-week period to pay turned out to be an all-day job I It's !..!.. Creei Owaer
If Glass We Have Itl! 22 s W. Call St.
for equipment and materials with Carl Harton, local earthmoviIlg 4 I LOCHLOOSA LAKE FRONT LOTS Ph0HC 28*
his CALL WRITE or VISIT for Sale. J. Lv or Guy Andrew Starke. Fla.
contractor donating
I Phone 299-R or 3/9-W. tfchg
SOUTHERN WORM HATCHERY Funeral time and that of an employee. as I FOR SALE-14 in x II ft. steel
SundayFor I culvert pipe. $I.n ft. ALSO BnlM
well as the use of a big trailer Joe Peters Glass Co. I
WANTED-Housekeeper. room and ing Iota for sale !I. Sjith Gate
417 BROWNLEE ST. .. STARKE FLA. Louis A. MarrLouts truck. board and small salary. Apply Van Subdivision Low down payment.
Patel. 954 N. Temple Ave. Phone Low monthly payments. BILLY
Albert Marr; 75. of High- Machine guns were stripped FOR ANY. GLASS NEED UII-W. tchg JACKSON. Phone 1(5, c/o Central
from the plane by thq Navy and We Track Lines. Itch,
Design Modern Store Fronts
i land City, Fla., died Thursday FOR RENT-Five room ,furnished
June 5. in an Arcadia hospital the wings were removed for the Just Mail Us A Pattern for house on Kingslev Lake from June ONE BEDROOM tarnished apartments
hauling job by Austin Bell. Most 6 to July 17th. Phone 461-Y. Mrs.
for rent. Phone 1(5 W. T.
:You're Not'AIoI With aL after an illness of several months.He of the day was spent at the NAS Table Tops Rltrh 2tp 6112 Jackson. tfchg
LIItTIIJ was' born Highland on Aug. '
getting the ,plane ready to roll, 1313 N.W 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353 GENUINE ENGRAVED Inviutloiw .
1882 the Wedding
IS,- his parents being
WELL. WHAT DO YOU KNOW
; and Mayor W. T. Jackson and with double envelopes 109
late Joseph T. and Vicie Osteen
Harton arrived in Starke late We have one of the nicest 20 acre for 121.95. Bradford County Tele.
Marr. He was a member of the farms beautiful 3 bed room masonry graph. tf

t :\ Baptist Church Tuesday. I Tlw house. every convenience paved SANTA FE,LAKE FRONT: LOTS:! foJ'Sale.
i ) J Besides his"wife: Louvilla Rich- 'The job of taking the jet off Living Scriptures_ by Jac Haizn; ; I highway.home.FLORIDA Just. $9,500.00 for the ideal Guy Andrews, Phone :3X1 or

.. ardson Man,. he is survived by the truck was handled by S. R. I Overlooking Avenue 'A country 3S7-W. tfch*

one daughter, Mrs William Hol- Hicks, city street superintendent, REALTY CO. Annonncing the opening of Used
and employees of his department.It's Of Starke Building Supplies. Used lumber of
iiday of two L. A. I A
Tampa; sons, TL' i 7 all types windows doors, plumbing,
weight is estimated at betweensix 116 N. Walnut St. TeL HI used tin roofing. Used Cypress
of
Marr Jr. and Ray Marr both *PSA:E1 LEAVE Starke. Fla.
ct4 benches. ideal for any outdoor use.
and eight tons. .
Jacksonvilleone; ; sister Mrs. D. WITH'CU.MV $1.00 per (t.. 8 to 13 ft. long i'hone
Before workers left .' MA4 PEACE J GIVE I.MO '.' 1(5 W. T. Jackson Transfer,
\ L. Rigby cf. Starke; and a brother they securedthe i c/o
Owen Marr"of Mims. I plane and fitted screens into YOU: HJCTASTH5WOZLO tr1 LOSTPersianAngora large Orange Central Truck Lines tfchg
SVETH!, cat. near Starke on Hiway 301. Re-
Funeral services were held the intake and exhaust so that .-' GIVE I tNTOVU* ward. Contact Shuforda Standard WANTED. Dependable colored

Sunday at 1:30: p. m. in the De-: no adventurous youngster could ':" '-- ':4Th'FN7e, ,. -' t.rzy Station, Rtarke, 1 trhg household'lI
Witt, C. Jones, Chapel 'at. Starke i get hurt.Slade. EVEZY QQHM 1+:%1) FOR RENT-Four room furnished
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with Rev: E. C. Harvey offici' .- ): houl>e. Also 2 bedroom partly furn- FOR block SALE home located BY OWNER Hot -E.Concrete Call St.!!

ating. Burial was in the :family Gas Installs AVEWU .' ;---t ihhtd. apartment. 301 South WaterSt. :2 bedrooms, I fuU tUe baths' double
.
; I1i FQPEAc/ ., .. 1tp_ carport. Radio and intercom system
plot in Long Branch Cemetery. I .4
in all rooms Can be seen by appointment.
Radios In TrucksSlade J FOR RE.'iT- 7room.st ry house; L. K Whltebead.. phone
r. -: 2 baths, large yard. 2 blocks from 448-L. Ztchg I-U
Gas Co. of Starke last eihool. ';0. 210 E. Adkins. St. Inquire

GAY'SHome week'' installed moofle radio units -1 flTt door tfrhe FOR'SALJI'.tIi"tI. good condition." Electric Double refrigerator. bed.

.. '. ir three trucks'With the master : FOR RENT Eneey house corner with springs and mattress. Phone
; r Cherry and South Sts. Two bedrooms. '1)8) H. G. BoWnger. IrS N. WalnutSt.
control located at the .office: ,on
Appliances ,, khower rte. Inside IresMy painted. Up

Many of your neighbors have financed their :new West Madison. Tatvntie Reasonable rent. See J. T. Quigley. 1t chg at FOUND-Brown and white spotted

Your Friendly T. H. Slade, owner, states that male bound. Also brown and white
cats at ,this bank. They've found ,our auto loan already the installation has saved FOR SALE 1957 Pontiac Chieftain spotted bull dog. Owner may have
Catalina loaded. full power by own- by paying advertising cost and
,
Norge Dealer the company money and is expect er. Small equity take up payments. board. Contact City Police. Itch!
service prompt, economical, and satisfactory. ed to pay for, itself in a year or Phone 1U_ 1 tp

I NQRGE APPLIANCES IS months. FOR RENT Small unfurnished
,We're confident that you will, too. Come .in.: The radios win mean speedier houxe. Ill Park Place. Call lira. E. HELP WANTED:-Male .. S ) WASHERS I., McKnlght ?4-J 8 tp <'19 MAN OR WOMAN-to take over
JIAYTAQ service to the gas company's route of established customers in
I customers because ,each truck is FOR RENT After June 15th Starke. Weekly profits of $.O.CI'
FLORIDA Bank" S COLEMAV HEATERS mad .. "ArcaAla", near hospital, four rooms or more at start possible. No car
constant\ contact with the home and bath. unfurnished Reasonable or other Investment necessary. Will
.
,One of 28 Banks in'' at Stark FLOOS FURNACES: I store, and when; in certain. area, 4 rent. J. T. Quigley at Tabernacle.I help you get started. Write C. K.
t chgFOR Ruble. Dpt2.. The J. R. WatVin
the Florida National K : We Service All Makes'Of can take, care/of, nay calls that Company Memphis %. Tenn up
Group. j ; ; come l in without'coming back into RENT-Four bedroom home,
; Appliances town. f' '-' partly furnlsbyi on Brooklyn Lake FOR RENT-Nicely fornW 4 room
Contact Dr. J. Maiey Dell Jr. apt. Private front and back entrance.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ,To insure fun coverage of. the : Gainesville Fla. 2tp chg Large screened porch with patio

Phone 10 I wide area served by Slade, the :- -, ........... fenced In back yard. To Adults only
'c Located 570 W. Call !St! on cOrner
.- -'. ,. "-'. .. starke, Florida radio antenna ia located atop the Sponsored by members of the 'Madison Stre Baptist Church FOR: SALE-Large. 3 speed floor Phone 112-J. Mrs E.: U Dewlrar.Christian Jot
fin. like new. Inquire US W. Call St. lt"tig
: main: tanl, in .the city. I I St.. upstairs apt. lip



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'- STARKE.. FLORIDA.' ''THURSDAY JUNE 12. 1958 .,t,.. .
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I NEWS OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND AREA' I




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KEYSTONE Architects Drawing Of.New,Addition Little League
HIGHLIGHTS arI Baseball 'SeasonTo

By Mrs. J. Russell Young I I To Clay.Eelctric Cooperative At Keystone Open June 24

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Play ball will echo around
: Keystone
A&&&&&&&&&&&&&& &&&&&&&A&,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI \ --c
'" ..... Heights June 24 at 4:45p. :
To Lead,Revival Studies In St. Louis ... m. when the Keystone Little

The Rev. Allan Batt. minister I ...r. League takes to the field in its
At Baptist Church of the St. Annes Episcopal Churchin first game of this, the first ye4rof

..-= -.. ---'- ,,wJ! Kej stone Heights is taking a little league ball in the town
course of study in Pastoral Coun- Coach W. P. Wilson said that
seling at St. Louis, Mo. While Mr. =
-"== 10 games will be played through
Batt is in St. Louis Mrs. Batt is 'C'
1 F SG3 July with playoffs the first qf
visiting with friends in Chicago August. Schools
'" participating are
Ill. During Mr. Batt's absence Interlachen. Melrose. Johnson,

from his pulpit here Canon Max- Hawthorne, and Florahome..
eon of St. John's Cathedral,
i The boys will don their uniforms
Jacksonville brought the messageat .
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the regular Sunday morning zu : -. donated by the people of
Keystone, and'meet Interlachepin
service. A modern, new $60,000 building. engineering departments. their first
The Rev. Jerry Zellar of St. will be put into use July'1st at I The completely airconditioned game.
Catherine's Episcopal Church In Clay Electric Co-operative in addition will feature its own Assisting with the little leaguersis

Jacksonville spoke at the Parish Keystone Heights to relieve inter-office communication assistant coach Van Robinstine.
{ < as Publicity is being handled by .
Supper meeting on Thursday crowded conditions and expand well as lines to offices in the 12-
s evening, describing the experimental present; facilities. year-old building. 1-p T. Martin.

.Georgia.community* of Koinoia in The 5760 sq ft. brick and That building will be partially -- I ST. ANNES, EPISCOPAL .

Goldhead Branch State Park block structure will house the remodeled to contain a large con- sumers in 12 counties with near- ployees with a monthly payrollof I sociates architects of Gaines CHURCH '
stores department, .including a ference room and demonstration ly 25,000 kilowatt hours of electricity 45000.
ville. The Rev Allan Batt
Construction Minister.
Sunday. June 8, found more is by Triest
3200; sq. ft. warehouse, the construction kitchen. annually over 4,000 miles The
new 96 x 60 ft. buildingwas Service
Sunday 9:00
than 2pOO people and 340 cars in Construction of Keystone Heights. : : a. m,
the Park. Reports are that the right-of-way, land and Clay Electric serves 15.000 con- of line. All this takes 120 em- designed by Myrl Hanes As- Parish Night Supper: First

i visitors seemed to enjoy the Park Mrs. Herbert Nelson second. Mrs. IH r. and Mrs. Dodd ,'teachers and officers; NQTICE ing Worship 8 p. m. Thursdays 6:30: p. m,

.and remained even longer than Carl Carnes. intermediate. Mrs. Honored on Anniversary I I Mr. and Mrs.jG. L. Sapp were Arrangements are being Make church attendance a family ST. WILLIAMS CATHOLIC
s usual. In spite of the recently increased Edith Rice, low, Mrs. Helen Con: supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. E made by The Telegraph to add affaireach Sunday. You are CHURCH

picnic table facilities neen. There were five Bingo L.. Crawford Saturday. new correspondents in the welcome. Father Lanahan, Parish Priest;

z !Sunday saw families having to prizes. Sorry ,to report that Mr. M. L. Keystone Heights area, in. Mass each Sunday at 8:15.:
spread their lunch old-fashioned-'Mrs. Haberstroh Is Hostess Daniels eluding Melrose and Flora-
is back
in'the'hospital in COMMUNITY CHURCH OF Catholic Club Supper: mn
wise on the ground on such sub- Mrs. J.:H. Haberstroh was hostess Gainesville.'We.pray'for speedy home, whose news itt'm.ill KEYSTONE HEIGHTS second Wednesday.

stitutes for the red and white on Wednesday afternoon ;recoverY for him and'for all'others start appearing' our next Rev. J. Russell Young, Minister ,
Dr. John Mitchell cloth as they could round up. June 4; for'a dessert canasta issue
on our sick list. Mrs. Jeanette Dr. James D. Pait Organist,
I Evangelist Looks like we need more tables. party!; A congenial l group enjoyed Gaskins 'of Avon Park is also ill Choir Director. KEYSTONE
We regret to learn that Super- the afternoon.. High score was Martin and children.
dF.7" The Associational 'Hymn Sing Services: Church School 9 a. JEWELERSExpert
infehdent Bob Baylor has been won by Miss Cleva Carson- low yr t 4i was held'last' Sunday 'at 2:30.: Services of the week are: Sun- m. (Summer Hoursl Morning
spending some time in the Bradford' score by Mrs. Sara McDonaldand day School 10 a. m.. Morning 10 Watch Repairing
k3 Worship
.bsaJc Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sapp and a. m. Nursery during
County Hospital. Hope this Mrs. Charles Wallenius. won Lynn Worship, 11 a. m., Evening Wor- Church School and Morning Wor Quality Line Jewelry
son. spent several days in
I' "1f finds him well and back at his the door prize. ? T' Sarasota with Mrs. Sapp's brother ship, 7:45, mid-week Prayer ship]. Youth Recreation: Thurs- I Walter M.\ Muhlhofer
post. Mr. Gillen is doing a good M rs. Charles Smith Hostess meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.
Charles,Taylor. last week. day Evenings 7:30-10: '
job in public relations for the A dinner honoring'two. DuPont Carl 'and Brotherhood meeting Friday 7:30p. : ->
myself, Mrs. C.
E.
q Park during Baylor's absence as couples soon to be transferredwas m. and our Sunday School

:, !always. I given by the Charles,SmIths Clark visited and Mr,'Mrs.M: L.Carrie McDaniels Edwards an meeting next Thursday at 7:30: p. Going On A Vacation?
Ashton Williams, cne of the at their home on Saturday evening dm.. This is the church with the
Park Rangers, is June 7,. The Richard Hack- Mrs. Mary: Finely of' Gainesvillein
recuperatingafter ftss1INl friendly welcome.
T ti F'M surgery. mans who are being transferred the Alachua'" General Hospital UNLESS YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE MONEY

.. '.. :1" Mrs. Nessler, mother of Ranger to Wilmington the Clint Den- .... a. Sunday: night! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TAKE TRAVELERS CHECKSSee
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Suggs and
Ronald Tipping and nys who will leave
Mrs. Mc- shortly for
11: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.J. .
., ;- ..' ',. Elreath, has been very ill, and is Johnsonville; Tenn., were .honor children' were dinner gUests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. L.; Sapp. R. Smith, pastor. Ralph
''WI still in the
i: Bradford County Hos- guests. Invited also were lrir'.and
i? pital. Mrs. John Puffin, Mr, and Mrs. Frances Martin'spent Saturday Copeland. Minister of Music and I THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK

Cottages are booked through Robert Hertz and Bill Morgan. s. with Miss Carolyn Kelly. church organist.

yI I August If you're lucky, you Mrs. Arthur Chapman is in Mrs.' Shirley' Glover daughter I Carolyn Brown ,spent ,several Services'Sunday School 9:45a. : A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community

1 might get in on a cancellation. Raleigh N.' C., visiting her son; ,of Mrs. Robert. Dodd, entertained day this'past;week with her aunt m., Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Keystone Heights, Fla.

t = Hook 'N LineRutledge Harry Clods and his family! She.at,her home on Lawrence Blvd. and uncle, Mr. .and Mrs. 'Billy Training- Union- ., 6:45: p. m. Even-, ;' Member F.D.LC., ....
r
: a Fish Camp reports was there in'time to see their son Monday 'night, .June" 2, with a '" "

the largest bass caught this week William Clody'graduate: from' ;surprise, party ,honoring Mr. ,and > .
was brought in by Jimmy McRaeof High SchOOL: ? ,. Mrs: Dodd on their second ,wedding !
Starke and weighed 9 lb. 4 Visiting at the Chapman's last anniversary. '

Dan Booth ozs. Carroll Schubert also of week were his nepliew' and, wife The refreshment table was '
Song LeaderDr. Starke brought in the next size, Mr. and Mrs. ''Edward"'Campbellof cen- :
tered with tiered weddingcake. Authorized
a ,
8 lb. 2 oz. Garland Norman of Miami. Mr..'Campbell' expectsto Open Factory Special
punchwere
faced sandwiches and
John R. Mitchell of Georgia Miami has occupied one of the enter'the University of Floridain
with the
served cake.
.will conduct revival services cottages for a few days. His family the 'fall. Also-p aping'a visit to ;

twice daily ((9:30: a., m., and 8 p reunion was held in Palatka, the Chapmans were Mr; and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dodd received .
m.l at the First Baptist Church and Garland got in some good H. w; Beecher from Fairfield, N. many lovely gifts as tokens of "
starting June 15 through the 20th. fishing along with j; the. occasion. '' : '
seeing the
Dan Booth of Gainesville 'will il family., His largest catch was a Thomas Lavely and his wife of Swimming Program ?; : .
.lead the singing and Ralph G. 6 )1b., 3 oz. bass. Pittsburgh were visitors last,week ',An activity which annually .: : BIG 13 cu. ft.

Copeland will be the organist. Miss Polly O'Connell, fashion at the home of Mr. Lav ly' parents brings many families to this'area .

Varatlon'Bible 'Schools coordinator with Furchgott's has Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Lavely. is the Free Swimming Instruction oJ.

Now"that public,school is outhe t, been spending a.relaxing vacationin i program conducted by'the .. :" X/ '

various'" church Vacation Bible one of the Rutledge Cottagestand Mr; and Mrs..'Bob Randolph Rotary Club of Keystone Heights. .
Schools' are in order.-The Baptist| has enjoyed cooking outdoors have returned from a tenday' This program has grown in popularity -

held their school th1s week, clos and "taking it easy" 1A general visit with their parents' in Robin- and importance many HOT POINT

ing this Friday night with a a good change from bisy Jacksonville son HI. Mrs. Randolph's parentsare families plan 'their vacations to

commencement program at the and the worldlof fashion.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. 'C. J. Tharp. coincide with the 'dates of ihe 1'
I V.' G T F G r r T
church at 7:30: p. m. An enroll and Mrs. Rutlecfee enjoyeda Mr. Randolph's parents, Mr and swimming instruction.

ment of J JU set a new record for sort of "busman's holiday" Mrs. H. C. Randolph and brother Dates are July 7 through July

the school. when they had a visit last week Jack' all live Robinson.' They 18, beginning at 10 a. m,. each

The Community Church VBSwill at the camp of Mrs. Rutledge's aU enjoyed the visit and the day, Monday through Friday.

,begin on Monday, June 16. A brother and family at Lanark- ,grandparents were delighted with The Rotary? Club,works with the FREEZER

Church-Family picnic will be a over toward Panama City. The little Cindy. director of the .Y, M. C. A..Camp
feature of the close of the first Harry Bells come down each sum I Mr J. R. Cook Is a patient in I Immokalee to put on.a swimming
week.' mer from their home in Macon, !Mercy Hospital MiamL: program under the nationally recognized -

Narcotics,Stolen Ga. The Rutledges, usually so A2C Rodger W. Phelps son of'' system of instructionand

Narcotics ,were stolen from ,Be- busy helping the visitors here Mr. and Mrs. George Phelps, is awards and begins with,.six

lote's Drug Store early Monday have a good time, got in somefun on leave'before being transferred year olds in 'a Minnow class and _

morning. Entrance to the building .I themselves, and Mrs. Rutted;e from Elgin Air Force Base to Ed- progresses Senior Life Saving

was made by prying open the I.' reports catching 48 trout! wards AFB' at Mojave, Cat' Rod- for swimmers' over. twelve yearsold. $

front door. Clay County Sheriff Home Demonstration Club ger is enjoying a visit at home ,
The Lake GenevaMcCrae, and seeing friends in nearby First Fish .
John P. Hall said that miscellaneous Fry to help sponsor "
,Home Demonstration Club met in towns including a visit with his this .
items were also taken, and program will..be held at the
the new home of brother in Orlando : H O T.O"'N T r '
Mrs. John and friends
Pay-
th value of the stolen goods was' Beach en June 20. Another Fish 1-, ,.' :, !: tI''j. 5_.. ." ,
ton on White Sand Lake Tuesday in Daytona. He reports to his new Fry at the close of the '. '. .' P1"'b: .y_. .
/ .
estimated at $500. programon : r 1 .. .. ". ;. .. ..... ... .
morning; June 3. The meet- base on June 20. I .. '
Rotary Function Walraths July 18. at which time the -< .,: ,;, .
,ing was mostly social and a Arthur Lockwood has been .. \ : .' Dt., ,f\J"\
a awards will be presented those ;{: .. .. ,.. .
Sixty guests, Rotarians and luncheon .. t't: '.,:.;. :'\ ". "" .
served the has recent patient' in the "
was by Veteran'sHospital. '
completing the : .,.
Rotary Anns,, enjoyed the outdoor I course. 4 .. "..rI..'.' !< '. ".....: ,
_
toss Lake City for a check- Our High School Graduates S<"""" !,. ';t.. .' _
at the home
supper- party One important item of business up. He has now returned home. :c
of the Frank Walraths Jr. We proudly salute our '
on was the change in the name of Mrs. Donald 'J. LaFleur. aunt High .
Wednesday evening, June 4.I)the Club to include KeystoneI of Mrs. Herbert Nelson has beena School graduates, and extend our I : : : } : ; '
After a delicious supper, served sincere congratulations to Miss :: ; : ;
;
'
|Heights since a large part of the recent visitor oaf the Nelson :: ,:/ : ::
picnic style in .the yard, a number i-I membership is from here. TheClub home. Her home Is Chicago. Kay.Walrath and Larry L Mee. ,
graduating from "
of the guests enjoyed dancingon Bradford
IDghand'
', now is officially the Keystone Mr. and Mrs,' Samuel Gardner : : :' '
.
the The occasion was'j to Miss Glenda
porch. Whitesides
one of'' several' social functions Lake Geneva. McCrae or and their three children are new graduating, from Green Cove ;: : .J : NO TRADE NEEDED
K.
G. M.. Home DemonstrationClub. Keystone'residents, temporarily .
planned for: Rotarians and their' Springs High, and to Miss 'Ann .' "
vlsiting'the McGla ves-In the Holl :
wives during the year. Frank Cbx Miss Catherine Parker, Miss anPAYMENT Buy With Savings on Food
The
members wish to extend a cottage. Mr. Gardner is with the Leona
Walrath Jr. is chairman of this Gornto and Richard Fox
|cordial invitation to all homemakers DuPont Company: .
comn ttee. graduating, from Melrose High
in this area to Join the The Ed Conneens enjoyed a recent
II. Ilartwell School.
.R.' Passes .
club and take advantage of the visit from Mr. Conneen's' ',

Heights H. R. resident Hartwell,for Keystone the pastthree fered up-to-the-minute through the suggestions Home Demonstration of--I; sister Baltimore Miss, Md.Margaret. Conneen of M.....vvTvvvvvTvTyyv AFTER SMALL DOWN ONLY $2 WEEK .

died Sunday morning .
years
program. ; The WMTJ of the Baptist
in a ,Lake City hospital. Mr.
I NORTH SIDE
The next meeting will be i In Church will meet'on Tuesday, "
Hartwell ,had been in .ill health
for sometime. He is survived by) September. June 17, following the morning ,_ --.- SIMILAR SAVINGS ON OTHER MODELS .--. ,

his''' widow.. Edith M. Hartwell: Party At Henderson Home meeting- of the Revival Services. By' tin. Can Brown ,

three ,daughters and three sons Mrs. Gay Livingston Mrs. Fremont Father Lanahan being trans AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHappy "' i
Mrs. Helen Milligan. Mrs. Vivian Tolles and Mrs. J. D. Hen ferred from this area and will be '
Come See Call
Boyer,Mrs. Marian Heacock, derson were joint hostesses for a repla ed' on' JUne"30 by" FatherDougherty Fathers' Day to each or Keystone Heights 9391 Particulars .

Ward Hartwell, Robert Hartw ell bridge party at the Henderson at .Std: Williams' ,Oath father on his Day, Sunday and '

all of York Pa. and Howard Hart- home on Wednesday June 4. We olic Church. may we always honor him -

well of Gainesville. There are remember that there was a deluge Construction I has begun on St. The services: were enjoyed:b11

fourteen surviving grandchildren of rain right at that hour, but we I Annes Episcopal l' Church: all Sunday with messages brought ,

and: one great grandchild. learned that guests were met by Robert Morgan Wins Honor by .the pastor Gerald, Suggs and I

t.and Mrs. Hartwell movedto Louise Grange Mrs. Henderson'sdaughter Robert Morgan, son of H. L. baptism .at Sunday afternoonatBayless

'Gainesville twelve years ago who dressed in bathing Morgan. Jr. and the .late Mrs! Highway. We sincerely !
from Gowanda N. Y.. and to suit didn't mind the rain. and Morgan of,Keystone Heightswas thank the pastor and people o f -

Keystone three years ago.. They parked the cars for the guests. named the' new student of theyear Bayless Highway for the use of .. ,

members of the CommunityChurch. Bridge players of and their baptistry.Let .
were Keystone contributing the greatest i,. .
Melrose were invited. Also, com service to his' school..Bolles Military us all,, remember, : ......-' : ;> :',-".'... ,- -, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .. .
Funeral i services were held on ing from Jacksonville were Mrs. Academy and received the sociational Sunday the.As-1 1 -, .. ...--' ,

Tuesday. June 10 at the Chapel Cam Bas edo. Mrs. Laurice Jackson William Delevan Baldwin gold ing next Thursday. June ,: .... BUY WHERE SERVICE IS ASSURED .'.

of DeWitt Jones In Gifn esville.. and Mrs. J. C. Detweiler. medal during ,the .recent graduation Highland.. beginning at7:30.: .j! : '

Episcopal.Minister High score prize was won by ceremonies of,:the .school. I Make plans. ,to .attend, especially.1 I .


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t>AGE.EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: B1ARKE, FLORIDA ,TIIITvSDAY, JUNE '12L 1958. _
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"'T".YYYYYTYYYTY' of Indian River City Is visiting TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, Hampton School I II -

I her parents, Mr and Mrs. Percy The picnic to Little Talbot Island II ,

LAWTEYdy Griffis. HIGHLAND was very enjoyable. Principal I .

I Mrs. Glenn Smith and familyoi I Taylor secured Mr. Otto Morgan i
CHURCH NEWS kneads visited the Carl Van- to drive the school bus. All of the
Bin. Joyce T. PatchfZiAiAAAlXAAAAAAAAAAAA Ity lln. Lacy ljormaLAIAAALIZALIAAEfA'AIAAAA4!
: zant family last week., pupils and patrons enjoyed the '

; I Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Phillips and trip and look forward to the next
family and Coleman PhiffiiSs Of one. I
t Supper For TfiT Arw6oos Miss Maggie Crews visited her
Waldo attended a joint birthday Many thanks to all patrons and
Mr. and Mrs. H. Br Arvood brother, Matl lOn Crews wfib.s' ffld I
dinner for Mrs. Carrie Normah friends fw -the ooperation received -
At The TabernacleLast ,hymns and songs Interspersed whb. resided. here. for many years a Lake City 'hospital.'Severalfrom i I
ahd'Mrs. Lois Carter of Jacksonville this year. We will see you :
With vocal 8o1 3. but now of, Annlston, Ala. were : here attended the ;
af the home of Mr. and Mrs. and the -thhdreh on Tuesday II
I The with a OU lack" suiJpfcf Lewis Marr at Starke I
Saturday night the Gosph concert was broadcastfrom honored uneral of a ATTKXDIXG
Simeon Phillips in Palatka. September 2. 1958. COME SEE WilY TilE CROWDS ARE
Tabernacle the Tabernacle for the given by their friends on the old funeral home and the burial at
congregation was enjoyment ,
Percy Griffis and Carl Vanzant RYE Seventh Grade 1 The great crowds are dr\: log for many miles arount- "
of shut-ins. Strawberry platform on Saturday Lcng Branch Cemetery. Mr.
treated to .
a sacred musical ,concert '
visited Roy Parker in Middleburgon The Bible Camp scholarshipswere There's COME AXD: SEKWHY. ;
: attend this revivaL a rea-.tm. ,
presented by Andrew Gradycf There will be an out-of-state evening Thtise enjoying this! .loVe* Marr used to live in this com
speaker Sunday morning. affair weI Mrs.'M ary ft ddis&, Sunday. munity. won by Flora Belle Hudson You too will enjoy the great music the masterful
Ohio, who is'Visiting ,his lather : Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jackrsorivilte and Betty Jean Crum, Glory! I
..an& ,Mr Carl! .Hiffla'rd._ Mf*. Lacey Norman and( son were in singing, 'and the moving mes ges.I .
Rev. S >J.. Grady. The arc visiting her parents Edith Cummings and Mary
program per-I
; lit. H. fl1 ..Mr and Mrs. O, J. Cove conducted for all people of all
Methodist Chtirch } Mr. iriS Green Springs Saturday I This re>hai U being \
Mrs. L. S. Tanner. Mrs. due. These four girls will be accompanied -
.* .' :consisted V > ,.. ) of-. .old. ...and. v- -new' and SIlly Mr. and Mis. Q. L. S&pp, and grandson, ,LynnBa'ppjftsited morning and the R. E. Sapps returned by their teacher Mrs., I churches. It N Starke's GREATEST revival effort. HELP
i rid
Chiih& & Fred Moore Irrd/ai&fly, Mt. with them to spend the EVERY SERVICE.
Sunday 9:45: MAKE IT A SUCCESS BY ATTENDING
the Tanners Wed- t L. M. Royal to camp in Auburn- ,
for all ages, 11 a m. ffi m Mrs; ArthUr ?earce, !s*.. amt Mrs.Olfta h U1" j I
es9ay. _
Madison c ? ? Hicks .__ dale, July 7 to 13. Some of these
ShurorOlrs. Hester W"
Street Worship: nursefy is for Mrs. 0., Miff; Sn Billie
opeff
Mrs.
jA Mt. and Mts.; Q. W. Roberts, Mr.tnq& Allan*Carter aria daughter d'ii granrJdu Kte1f Of MImi visftj : studenfsreeeived. awards for perfect i I I .
small chudrerf during the Morn FRIDAY NIGHT
; add Mr. rid i ;!!fs. Paul.Beftriett speliinf and attendance at I F
ing sefvide ancl Junior ChArcfi is Mrs.. O. .,t. Phillips; ,and sons, and daughters 'the Lacey Normans Sunday I
: were Saturday -' the cctnineheeihent exercises at : !
Baptist Church also Held at this hbifr I IMYF Miss EHzabeth 'Thrl7. .Mrs. ,Mae guests "of : aherrloon. Mr. O. W. Marr and I
the
RJE
I .. : J. J. Smith B. T. Mirshall Jr. pesidentof f
,, -. ej35p: ., rfi.'p $'in. _. t Miss Enzl Blanchard l Mrs.. family in Sf afkev D. i:.. Rigsby Of Starke visited the the class waS given a gift for YOUTH HONOR GUESTS '
ttha'paieLi nddaujhters. ,Mr.and Normans Saturday Afternoon. I
>
((Presently Meeting \Washington; Evening Worship, tthion services, eittaiia Mrs. Elite fioatwfight and fam- 99 per cent attendance" He :s
trS._ riDy son, : and Mrs. Lloyd Norman
and Grand Streets) this, Sunday,,,- Church Will be with Ift Rev.ihS.. Prfeibylerlan DonIKbkomoor > Mrs. JoyceI\itchand. _, ._ :TtalpVaiid) : I flY visited t fefalrVes' In Tampa on ahd'Mr.sbn visited: in Glen St. Marys credited with having missed one I The young people! of this area ore invited to be our special honor
.. Sunday. day, of school during the entire
feature "youthspiroHonol
I : L. C. GaTsci e. Out Of town guests '- Sunday. guests Saturday night. The program will
briiiglnl the message. Mr. ana Mrs. G. Wt Tlobeft term awd had a very good excuse;
were ReV. and Mrs, ._ P. Sheetz Mrs. Sarah Norman and Mrs. music" by Johnny Bos, 19-year-cId rganist, and Lowell Laiitnt*
You are, cordla'IIy InVlted t6 i visited Mr.nnH M.1tO1iso"rdtUhii \ : for being i SESfcnJ.) He has been i
and dattfhfefs tnttl :Jetfrey Marfs [leh.Jtosrrrian went to Jacksonville" : and a party at the close of the service.
attend S rvi e5'with tw. J&ck'sonyille, and t Mrs. 3. P. Thursday.Drs outstanding in his work this term I
last week
day for
Wednesday JTS&: b.. Prayer Wyrick.bf 'Tallahassee' : iIt'Ehizisfi1 i fl'Math Ellen every to take medical treatments. and as member of scout troop 71 Hear Daniels Sermon.'OnLIi'S ., ,
meeting and Blbft t Study! Story The 'Arfcoods l left 'Morirfay. for Jejtertment dt the University of of Post'314. and as member of ths : ''
She has been'ill but is improving. I
hour for the: children j has been .tKetf Eome after visiting their 1rida| was. the splaker at the Rev., George Chism of Moniac, school patrol board he has also "\\ GREATEST' JLOVE STORY"
MethoSfil ,
discontinued until fall. *.son, George and t miIy,lh.Miami, church 6h Sunday xc lled. All of these pupils will I "
an'd their grandson, BCbby '!J ttf.c ,ih 18rtii. (. ras-actio"mpanied by Ga.. visited the Lacey Normans be in the eighth grade next termat All ages will enjoy Daniels' thriltfng,:fnessage on 'The
Dr. t: Sunday afternoon. '
and & tbokVi1T wis and his granddaughter, RJE. World's Greatest Love Story.M '
Presbyterian Church l lJ lfriday head J&fcilJL Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Sunday afternoon Rev. T. M. :
Cody and Boy Scouts Meet
i and tMr friends here for
many and Mrs. .Knight visited
Choir the past week. family were Sunday evening supper Knight The boy scouts of troop 71, S
Adult practice ..guests of Mr. arid the Lacey.Normans.. .,. '
: ; Mrs. G. W. Starke met in the workshop of
Mr. ahd MrS. Lee Taylor of
8 p. m. Roberts. Mrs. Zettie Padgett and Sarah EVERY N1GHJ7:3O: ,
RJE with scoutmaster B. T. Marshall :
Live Oak visited his parents, Mr.
Sunday S hool for all ages, and Mrs. Node' Taylor last week. Mr. and Mrs. 0.,J. Anders andMrs. Norman were in Baldwin, Friday Sr. in charge on Wednes-

9:45:: a. m., Morning Worship. They with' Mrj. Node Taylor arid Hester Hicks attended a afternoon for Mrs. Padgett to got day and discussed membership in 1 "S '** I

"Church Leadership." Installation Mrs. Jeff Prevatt_ were" in Jack- emetery working at P rrISTI the doctor. the Junior Baseball League of Great Color Movie on Life of Christ:
and prdination ,of officers, Cemetery near Maxvflle. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knight
onville on Wednesday i to visit the American Legion Post. Insurance
11 m. Youth Fellowship 6 p. Mr. Mrs. and children of Baldwin visit '
a. their grandmother, Mrs. Lucinda arid Will Barber and covering the players has AH who have seen the color ,
I : m.. Vnion Evening Service, 8 p. Grtffis. ton: of M &lehny visited the the. Lecnard., Normans Saturday been purchased by the post for '
I iF m. Sermon by Rev. Donald Koko- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes. called Bryant Reddish family' on Saturday gfterntion. $30 which gives each player complete movies being shown each night -

moor at First Presbyterian : .eV riing. 3 fore'returnIng' to their home ,protection in of injuries them the they '*- S
oh? Dr. Fiank Morris in Alachua case > declare greatest i1
Church. General Hospifal l i in Gainesville Mrs. Maribh MarrS' of Jacksonville to Sanford. Mr. and ,Mrs. W. 2E. ., while playing. Parents, are, 4 J
Tuesday Starke Social Club. on.Sunday evening.Mrs. I visited Mrs. Hester Hicks Dl 1klns Visited the ,Lacey Normans urged to let" their' boys" participate" | have ever seen. They make the -

St. :M .rk's Parish HousS. 7:30: p. Mary Reddish had as ind Mrs. Glenn SKuford and son I Thursday. in thi ". very fine sport. Watch this I Bible; live before your eyes. Tb '
m. guests the weekend 'Mr and Jeffrey Ma'rrs on Monday, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Taylor :of paper for the games that will be _

Thursday Junior Choir- practice and Mrs._during Ed Bowman of Old'towh, Jeffrey returned home' with his: Middleburg ,visited, the, Lacey played during the summer. Prin- best of the series will be shown

I 3:30: p. m. Mrs. Lu Norman of Heilbronn, mother, in, the afternoon.Mr. Normans Thursday afternoon. cipal Thompkins has been select during the remainder of the 4 > -
Sunday School 9:45 AM and Mr. and Mrs. L. W..Baldwin .Sand Mrs. Tom Whaley, Mr. Don't 'forget church and Sun- ed as the official and the assistant 1 4
Whaley's l mother School. Bring the little ,bOys revival. Parents should bring I
P. T. NQLIN, Supt. SEVEN1H DAY of Starke. Mrs. Whaley,, day coach for this group, Prof. ,
AbVflNTIST ChuRCHServlce3 ( Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson Mr. and I and girls. We have a place for Elmer" Shell athletic "
the
Training Union-6 :27* PM Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer ot as re- [ their children to see them. I
:
ROGEB DANSBY each sabbath in the Tampa were. Wednesday overnight Mrs. Buster Bennett and Joey,, the babies too. presentative for the post while, I
Djt.Morninorjhip.1i.
._ : t" home of S. N. Brown across from guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Lynn'Hamilton] Mr scoutmaster B. T Marshall i is the|
: : AM Bethel Church east of and Mrs. Manus,Griffis of P 1at. of the I
Baptist M ore. Mr. arid Mrs. Billy T rooe manager team. Charles, SATURDAY NIGHT'i-i
Evening Tent Revival Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m and son of Gainesville visited theM ka, and Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Bat.. TflE RIGHT oniT Ilor _BIP Covington, reporter. \
7:45' pjl ten of Jacksonville all enjoyed I caioU.wHte.ComeInandsetect : -
BIble Study each Wednesday. ores cn .Sunday, evening. Church News \

............ .. ,' t 7:30: .. p. m.;::--Ardo. .. .1 Mote s ; pastor, Mr. and Mrs: Rufus' P.r vatt and an all day Lake'outing' and lunch a1; 'fountain tour'iaverite!pen. 'TJfOXJBAPH ESTEBBROOK New Bethel Baptist Church
daughter of Jacksonville visit Kingsley on Sunday. New Bethel Baptist Church I Hear Unusual Sermon I II II II

his, mother, Mrs. Susie Prevat _._________________4 44- __ ___-__._. ___. _. _._.wwwyww. . .' Rev. A. Vinson pastor held regular t
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StARK? FIRS18APtiST this Mr., weekend.and Mrs. Daniel. Masse oNapTes NEWS OF INTEREST TO :,COLORED with Sunday service on School Sunday, Gwendolyn starting I' I

spent last week with his CITIZENS OF BRADFORD :COUNTYBy Marshall, acting superintendent.The .
parents. Mr.:and Mrs. A. E. .Mai- lesson wasreviewed. by the
sey and other ,relatives. TheMasseys Oiora (J, ShellAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA pastor, morning! ,message was inspiring !_,
Will Have also had as a recent guest on peace ,faith and rest :

..' nSUNDAY heir son, Wayne of Fort Eustis, by the pastor, music by choir I
NIG! :S SERVICES off\a.' Summer,Program nesday June 4, 6:30: p, m. at the No. n,'De 'coQ Willie Green, pre- I
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Everett Burney of Jacksonville The summer program opened Braflford, County' Hospital. She-- sident.;. -1 called on his mother, MfS. Oflofgia 'trls'.week' RJE'and"at"C: "C: ie ieIt.o mourn". "hef'passing"dYvpted a oItecYlOn for BTU, due toan

SUPPER 6:00 TRAINING UNION 6:15 : Ann Sapp on Saturday afternoon. Anderson Junior High -> School. husband, Nelson Ghent: accident t of the President Sister I :!

I Gwendolyn, Gregory, and Kim The enrollment was not up to expectation a loving father Dan Thomas; one Sarah Jenkins. The evening

PREACHING ,SERVICE 7:15 Wilkison' of Miami are spending but is expected to increase brother, Leroy Thomas; three message was delivered by Rev.'
some time with their grandpar- by next Monday. Persons sisters, Eva Mae Benter, Birch Willis, missionary for the Mt. -

SONG SERVICES AND rnts, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison. who do not attend other activi- Harbor'Mich, Ruth Mae Mitchell, Sinia Missionary Baptist Assoc '

I Mr. and Mrs. Wilkison had ties during the week will not be Starie, Alene Fields' of West'Palm iation. S "

i PASTOR'S 12 /2 MINUTE' MESSAGE :ns guests' during the weekend Mr. allowed to' participate in the Beach; three uncles Amos ''Wil Deacon B. T, Marshall, Sr. general -I I 'stftMP :} I

k nnd Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and children !- swimming and free movies. Each liams, :Eddie, Williams: and 'Re/. chairman of the youth program '

CLOSES 7:45 FOR TENT MEETING of Jacksonville, Claude Dyalof Tuesday free _pictures will be I J. W. Robinson all of Starke: four fcrSaturday_ June 14 askedall '

6. Plant City, and Casper Dyalof shown at the Reno Theatre to. aunts, Sallie Williams, Louise members to cooperate with \ v tVANGELIST .

..' .. ..... Tampa. i persons enrolled in the program.A .! Graham, Josephine Williams and the 'program by donating ice D m .L .,, E.J. DAfflEr& I
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowe and i season ticket will be given to Ethel J. Williams; five, sister-in- cream, cakes, cookies and other S S t'.ci4'

The perfect tribute to / J. B.' Rowe,attended funeral services -I each person who registers, which laws, 'brother-in-laws. five good thingS'to eat for the visiting MISS IT -. '
for Louis Marr at Long will admit him to the theatre. nieces, five nephews, a large delegates'who will come from the '
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I' a cherished memory Branch Church on Sunday after- Mrs. E. J. Givens will have number of cousins and a host of Jerusalem l Association for their I
charge of refreshments which will other' sorrowing relatives and annual BTU and Sunday School Some have declared this the most unusual sermon they have ever I

Every funeral that we con I noon.Mallie Prevatt of Jacksonville include peanuts, popcorn, cand- friends. Ccnvention outing. Rev. L. A.: heard. Tells ,about the stp lights between ever lost soul! & hell,

duel is 'a f"sourte'of sustaining Is visiting his mother Mrs. Senie ies, cold drinks, hot dogs and lee For: she has finished to begin Tillman is moderator of this, and shows how men can run them until they go out.Color I

solace and spiritual inspiration Prevatt, and Mr. and Mrs. John cream. And greater things theydoWho meeting., A group of the youth of I Movie "30 Pieces aISilver"Shows
( ( Brown. To date 60 pupils have enrolled : ,came so far to die so the.. Sunday School will serve as
to the family. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton'and in: the reading clinic by recommendaticn young hosts and hostesses to these visit- I Judas betraying: Jesus. The films from Saturday

Hundreds family are visiting Mr. and Mrs.C. of teachers. Only those And live again in You., ors. Persons wishing to make con- night thru June 22nd depict the betrayal, the trial, the
of details managed'and economical-
: are R. Norton in Tampa. persons who have signed and returned -Dr. Daniel A. PolingFather's tributions to the entertainmentof crucifixion
and resurrection of Christ.!
ly attended (o ihat only a trained and careful! Friends of Mr. Elaine Teston slips for this clinic on DaySunday this group are asked to contact I
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organization can perform when the urgent need will be glad to know that he is Wednesday will be admitted. Other June 15th is Father's Deacon .B. T. Marshall Sr.,

for serving Is at hand.be'WITT convalescing at the home of his reading and library experienceswill Day and will be observed in all Alphonso Jenkins Jr., and other SUNDAY 7:45 P.M. I !
son. Earl and family. be provided for persons not the churches of Starke and vicin- members of the committee. Joan :

... C. JONES Mrs. John P. Wyri k and Miss listed for the clinic. ity. Don't forget your dad, he is Jenkins, reporter "

}FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE I SERVICE Mary Julia Futch came from The summer program staff in- one of the best friends you have Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. Church See and Hear ,# '
Tallahassee on Friday to spend eludes: Principals Thompkms C. ever had. Mt. Pisgah A. M E. Church, .
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7 the weekend with Miss Elizabeth C. Anderson Dr. Florence Jennings 'IVat -oak School Rev, W. A. Richardson pastor will

We furnish the highest type servIce at lowest prices! and accept Terry and Mrs. Joyce ,Futch andson. and Supervisor Shell. The closing picnic,and beach hold regular services on 'Sunday "CHRIST ON TRIALIN

ANY life Insurance: policy- in force, Issued. by ANY company' as Mr. Wyrick and grandson, Have your child enroll today. cuting was held on Saturday June starting with Sunday School,
payment In' part or m* fuU ,on' funeral services. Consultation tarry Carter came for them on Devotion begins each day at 9 a. 7. Mr. Albert Tyson school bus morning serviceat 11 a. m., pastor -

carries oblljatioo. ., .. Sunday. Terry Futch, who is on m. Classes are dismissed at 3 p. driver and patron, drove the bus in charge, evening worship at
4 t' y vacation from DeWitt C. Jones m. Pupils will be allowed to go for .a record'' load of pupils and 7pm.' BRADfORD COUNTY"I I

Funeral Home went home with home for lunch'when they are patrons from the mmunlty All .Sister Margaret Albert Chairman -
1L the Wyricks for a few days. not on the lake. reported a delightful trip. of the ladies division of'the

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson School Lunch WorkshopMrs. The main project now is school building fund of the 'churcji Is In Dramatic Color Movie ,

HEARING L PROBLEM ? and t daughters visited Mrs. John Alma Royal Jenkins will beautification and completion of I making plans for a big program CHllISrS TRIAL BEFORE PILATK will be rhown in

Griffis at the home of Mr. andMrs. leave this weekend for her,fourth the set up ,for pre-school by September and building fund rally on the one of the greatest movies ever produced.

Russell Tyson in Jacksonville summer at Bethune Cookman Other activities will be fourth Sunday in June. All persons I
FIND OUT WHY. on Saturday. College which she has attended to sponsored by the principal and in Starke will be called upon 9 In, Stirring Sermon By DanielsDr. II I

Among those attending Home- qualify as manager of RJE cafe- patrons' to complete payments to rally to the completion of Daniels will be at h's be>t:In this message hhoning

FREE BOOK doming at Clay Hill on Sunday torium. She will complete,the four fldor covering and other items the' New Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. how Christ is on trial In Bradford County tday. It will be II

were Mr. and Mrs. Fonso Prevatt year course held in two week needed at the ,school I Church. Remember "half done is illustrated by'many true life stories.
TELLS ALL I
and family! Mrs. Selma Eunice: workshops each summer.Quantity Many thanks to all patrons and not well done." County-wide talent -

Mrs.. Daisy Sutton and JimmyEunice. I cookery ,is the course in which friends you have been very cooperative will appear on.this program. NIGHTLY THRU JUNE 22 /

1 she will enroll. Other workers in and loyal. We,look for- Mary Helen White, 'reporter. \
Are,you worried about your Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and I the cafetorium include Mrs. Char- ward to your',continued support. Antioch Baptist Church

hearing :-vor know someone children T of St. Augustine were I ity Williams and Mrs. Ethel M. E. Roberts v principal, L. M. Antioch Baptist Church Rev.

who.i is t.Sonstone!! has printedthe weekend guests of Mrs. John I Young. Mrs., Williams has also Riley, ,assistant.Thnrston ., George Lee,.pastor will hold regular j
bboVeveryone has 'Been Shuford and Dave. I attended Bethune '-Cookman Col- School, service. on Sunday starting jI jI I

waiting for, -.all the FACTS Mrs. O. J. Pons and children lege. The workshops are-sponsored Surprise! surprise what better with Sunday School Dea on I, I

about hearing. It. is 'yours.aid or not.It, is a message of of Tallahassee are visiting her 1 under the auspices of the State fun could there be than a partyby Clarence' Williams in charge. 'All ,
free. Just ask for your copy hope for everyone. parents;] Mr.a'rid Mrs. Bryant Reddish. Department 6f Education with the PTA honoring the princi- parents: are asked to have their I
of LIVE AGAIN.
They with Mr. .and, Mrs. Mrs.,Champion and Mrs. Wagneras pal" Mrs. S. C. Price and teacher children in church hool by 10

,.- LIVE AGAIN is easy to Here Is"aids-read the truth bout LIVE Reddish attended graduation ex- consultants and directed by Mrs. D. B. Jackson. Mrs. Louisa a. m. At 11,a. m*. the message will If

read with many illustrations. hearing cises for their brother and .son, Charles Francis Director of Dietetics Brown president and committeehad be delivered by the pastor. All
and make "
It answers all year 4tiistini i .,AGAIN mind. i up your Ray a( the University of Florida at.,thf college. charge.A I members of the choir' afe1 asked j f

how Kealtn affecM nMrinr, own ,. ori Monday.: Obituary Of The Late Rosa Ghent cash gift.of $10 was presented to be in place at 11 '.m. We regret -!I

how we hear, what happens Get the facts straight tod Edward Wainwright of New Not how did she die? But how each faculty member in re-I : the illness of Sister Arata" ;

to our hearing how to decide fret York is visiting his parents, Mr. did she live? ecfghltion' of their kind and unselfish Williams one" of our faithful,', \
whether you need a hearing for yew !: copy-today and Mrs. T. L.. wai 1wnght., Sun- -Not what did' she gain. But service in the community. members- and hope I she_will soon I'

day dinner, guests'of the Wairi- what'dld'she give? It was brought out that teachersare recover.. Sister Gertrude Carter, .
wrights were Mrs. Jack Brassell These are the units to measure .not being ,paid to make :all president.RJE .

SONOTONE and family and Mr.and Mrs. Dan the worth of a woman as.a woman -- the :extra efforts and ,do alL the Elementary Citations 1

Wainwright of 'Jacksonville Mr. i regardless of birth.- Many fine things they have done Perfect .attendance: Yvonne .

'319'S. W. St.'GinesviI1e. Fla. and Mrs. .kJack Wainwright and 'Te late Rosa1. Ghent was born after school; hoars. Williams, Vivian Wheeler, Valaria I,

12tji! son of Alma...Ga. and the H. C. in Starke.1 February 2. 1914 to A glowimf! trib te'"waS' paid, tMri. JenkinsK Tom Gain y. Lillian!, \
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and James Wainwright families. Mr. Dan Thomas and the late Price for her outstanding Hall, Betty Jean Crum. I
AU at S M foN.n. 110o:. of H.riar Mr; and* Mrs.: H. C.' Kelly, and Mrs,' Wilier Thomas. On -April 27. Service in Bradford County for Good conduct i Rosa Lee Dom

Yft Please boofief tlVE AGAIN* sons,.visited jelalives and friends 1941 Rosa waS united in holy the past fifteen years.. men Dorothy Perry Jimmie II
seafmtyou* ; in Jacksonville on Sunday after- wedlock to Mr. Nelson Ghent by Pupils who wish to enroll. for Laura Brown.Scholarship. I

AT HOME.GET Name : . .! noon. Rev. H. J. Blount. She was converted ..- the summer: program, may do ,so : Leroy Thomas- I v4
THESE ''Mrs. Ruth Johnson and son of at an early age undet.J' the- ;a"t.Dfice.( The: bus_ win pick up Sonja Williams Shirley Ann

FACTS Address Apt. Starke were Sunday evening sup- pastorate of the late Rev. H.: it. pupils at'Mt. Pisgah Church each Moore> ,Glory Edith Cummings I

FREE p(eV guests of Miss SfaAcff-1 Debose and joined Mt. Moriah rdomlng'at 8:5S: a.'m. each morn; Flora Belle Hudson. I Near Football Stadium Starke | ,
I Cit, )' -_s1.t .tcf. I It Methodist where she served faithfully t ig.' Parents are asked to attend All around pupil Dora Maw\ "
,t Mrs. Tex Wilson and daughters until the end came on Wed-: 'fly?: program"i wlieriit; a possible. W m mS. I It .
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'i iryrVyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy as all will attend the:Daniel Revival Barbara. of,< Gainesville.,.' Jones. cent fishing trip to Doctor's -Lake.I they are interested in school 'righton come to attend. They will be at Kingsley Lake.

LONG BRIDGE in Starke.- Mrs. Margie Sapp and:childrenof Visiting Mrs. Rachel Brown 'and Last Friday evening D. J. Par- the summer, program begins teaching music and art as well as Billy and Bobby Nolan Henry
Personals' : Gainesville- 'visited the E.. A. grandmother r Brown was' Mr. and rish, Leon !Harris and Rudy Hig- at Baldwin next Monday morning other subjects, and on Wednes Wellhausen all enjoyed campingout
AND NEW RIVER Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hanley, Sapps on Friday, Mrs. Ronald "Brown. .of''Jacks n- ginbotham fished at Kingsley and any of the students are wel- day swimming classes'will be held last Monday night.

of Corpus Christ, 'Texas visited We,are glad to see little Donna ville. Lake and caught some 'nice fish. .
Jtn. E. A. 8+pp the M. I; Johns,family ,on Thurs- Hopper up and around again Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins: We are glad,that Mr. Higgin-

..&&.&&4&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&, day and Friday. after. her bout with: the'.m1 mps. are keeping their grandson,'little botham is getting along nicely E

Everyone' '''Is welcome at New Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl Wynn .oil' Sorry to report "the' illness of i Dean Russ while his mother Is in from his back injury received in
Starke called on Mrs. the hospital. an automobile accident about a
one of '
our neighbor, Robert
River Baptist Church next Sunday I
MOOdy' Sunday evening.Mr. I Dobbs. He'is Rev. Walter Holland was ,the month ago. His wife was in an
Sunday School 'at 10 a. an. a patient at a Starke ,
and Mrs. Robert 'Brantley hospital guest speaker at Boatdrain last auto accident last week also, with
and the at 11 m. by
message a.
Sunday morning. We who were her sister but neither were hurt -
of Live Oak were guests of Mr. .
thepastor. L. L. Parker. ; '.Charlie and Eloise Cowen and :
I there; really enjoyed the wonderful seriously, ;
and Mrs.: Albert Moody Saturday.
two sons. Danny and ,,David of
Dr. E. J. Daniels and his party '
I message he brought. to us. Mrs. Ruby Durrance and sons,
Dinner guests.of Mr. nd'Mrs:! Starke visited the M. J. 'Johns-
will be present and a basket din Church ,
.News R. V. and Howard had astheir
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Ralph Merritt Sunday were: Mr. Monday.
ner will.be served at noon. There will be overnight guests Monday night,
no Sunday night
,There will be no night services and Mrs. John McCallum .andALVAREZ' Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cook .and and 'Wednesday.Prayer Services Mrs., Christine Tatum and chil- iC
family of Jacksonvile dinner
were' until after the Revival is over. dren, cutch'and Reba, Doyle Ann
STORE Established 1894,] guests of the James Lavenders The reason .Is to give each and Durrance and. Wanda and Nell _
Sunday.
Men's Clothing everyone the chance to attend Swindle of Glennville, Ga. They Thp :: : ,.
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYGRIFFIS the ,RevivaL But they will con- came to see R. V. Durrance grad-
tinue as soon as possible. uate from the Baldwin High


At Koch's ,We Hove LOOPBy AAAAAAAAAJ A&&A&&A&&AAA' School.Harris-Padcett Wedding
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Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris an- 4

Miss Cathrine. PadgettAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA GRAHAM nounce the marriage of their I A fresher ,
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daughter Jean to J.;D, Padgetton car
Friday night, June 6 in Folks-
JACKSONVILLE. PRICESAND Mrs. Martha Sue Russ daugh- Bin. John McKltmeyLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI ton. Ga. Justice'01 the Peace. J. #1 ThiinderbinJ-styled to stay in style _

ter of Rev. and Mrs. Orville E. Harvey performed the wed- ,Y Inside or out, the 58 Ford has the distinctive Thunderbird
Brookins of Hampton was admit- ding. The bride was born and touch. Power-Flow hood, sculptured rear deck, smooth
,. .. ted to the hospital in Melrose on Mr. and Mrs., John- McKinney raised in Maxville- and attendedthe I flowing lines these are just a few of the features of the
.: Friday of last week. and children spent from Fridayto Maxville and Baldwin a ;. future that Ford has now. And Ford's Luxury Lounge interiors .

..:..... Those leaving for National Monday in Tampa Visiting Schools. The groom was born rival those in the most expensive cars....
Guard their children, and raised in Clay County hav-
'. Camp last Sunday. were
... .- '> Jack Griffis Thomas O'Brian Mr. and Mrs.' Frank',HineS and ing'attended school at Clay Hill .
Mutt Jones and leaving earlier! children of Micanopy visited and Middleburg. A fairer priceLowest

in the._week was Cauthorn Pad their sister Mrs. P. O. Starling r,Attending the wedding were
mostl'Aiat gett. Saturday. the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. .

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd} Padgett Mrs. Bill Underwood and Oscar Harris, the bridegroom's : of the low-price three __,_.
l\te\ visited Mr. and Mrs. James Pad- daughter Louise Hagan of mother. Mrs. Harry' Padgett, Mr. Sure Ford offers the lowest-priced 2-door, 4-door,convertible
gett in Gainesville Sunday and Hampton Lake visited Mr. and and Mrs. Ben Higginbotham and and wagon of the low-price three.* But look what this low

later ,they 'decided to borne and Mrs. John McKinney Thursday, daughter Donna, Shirley Higgin-. price buys! Magic-Circle steering, easy as pointing ; .' a
SIFUSe j spend a few days with us. They This community'' was saddenedto botham and Mrs. Raymond KU- c, built-for-keeps body plus a ride that compares with can
[ hPrr also visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. learn of the,death. of Harvey gore and daughter, Mary. Y costing hundreds of dollars more.
Waters and family in Lake Butler Starling who died in Miami last On Saturday night Mr. and

G on'.Sunday afternoon.The Tuesday..Mr. Parry Starling,:Mr. Mrs. Leon Harris and children,
J' -' ...' Sunday dinner'guest of and Mrs. Harley Starling ,Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higginbotham A finer dealer!

::1 Miss Pat O'Brian was Miss Teresa and Mrs. Jenning Starling and and children Mr: and Mrs. JohnD. .

FOR FATHER'S DAY children Mr. .and 'Mrs. Russell Padgett and son Susie Harris, Expect your Ford Dealer to care the most! _
Starling and children and Mrs Mr and Mrs."John North and.
Catherine Dyal and daughter. daughter. Jewel serenaded the When you buy your new car from us our mechanics thoroughly
check car before delivery and continue to the same
Fay all attended the funeral your pay
services and cake,
:young couple enjoyed
b careful attention detail time for jmice.
to every you stop by
Thursday in Miami.
BILL FOLDS 'Mr. and Mrs.. V. L. .McKinney coffee and hot dogs. .....a.........a.......::1\01.. So come see us. You'll see,that we Ford Dealers not only sell
$5 Rollectric Mr. J. A. Godwin was a Sunday
... _M..?. .kWw,11C. the finest. ..but care the most! j ,
d and daughters, Sue and Ann were dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,

Ronson Schick i supper, guests. of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris and family. '
? Y McKinney Saturday night Mrs. Florence Parrish 'motoredto

$2.50'd ,$d.95 Remington VVyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyMAXYILLE. Yankeetown last Friday and 1 DELIVERS THE HOST ;i. AND DELIVERS IT RIGHT FORD

brought Mrs. Marie Brooker and

For car imwonci family home with her. to spend a

Men's. Belts ] week. .
$1.00'E1ectricRazors that tours Mr. and Mrs. N, L. Cannon and

67" lira. 0. NolaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, family visited in Jacksonville. TERWILLEGAMA4
OLD SPICE SETSThe ci lOt 'of ttrritery.MSMUS : P. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. A.!

$5 Trade-In On AU
Bornstein. I
Gift He's Sure To _
Mr. and Mrs.. C. B. Nolan and
Folks I that i
,Electric RazorsPrescriptions am sorry I let
Appreciate When your ell inanraac* you down for the last couple of sons. BiUy..and.Bobby visited in I 206 W. MADISON PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA.
is written by us, you're weeks, but have been having to Palatka Saturday night with' Mrs.
W. A. Cannon, and Mr., and Mrs.
c served by"nationwide go to work: earlier so haven't .

network of more than 200 had much spare time. Also was H. R. Carmen.. If You're Interested in an A-l USED CA R Be Sure to See Your Ford DealerIt's

S Are Our Specialty strategically located claim called to Palatka three times Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Mize and I
offices.Whether accident lately by'the serious illness of my children. Mr. and Mrs. Claude
occurs in your own'driveway uncle.,However I will try. to keep Green Mrs. Joe Lucas and children -

;. Two Registered Pharmacists To Serve You or thousands of miles the column in for a while now. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown

A from home yon can but is will probably be short un- and family Mr. and Mrs. Frank-

Day and Night. Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions count on fast,efficientserv- til I have more time:to put to it. lin Harold Bell Parrish and family and, Mr.family and G.Mrs.J. For FATHER'S DAY
The Parent Teachers, annual
ice .. as provided by'one Midyette and Mr.: and Mrs. Bob
of Amerka's finest insur- picnic supper was held on the
Your Are SAFE You Are SURE
I Mazville School grounds last Warren of Jacksonville all enjoyed -
,companies.Callus and
ance the day Sunday Hampton
:
When You Have Them Filled At let us give you detail Tuesday"night, June 3. Everyone Lake swimming," picnlcing and .
enjoyed themselves very much. boat -- .ONLY 3 MORE DAYS LEFT ---
Mrs. Evelyn L. Stack former prin- riding.
H. C. Wall AgencyPhone cipal and her.husbands Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Ted Byford and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Clif Taylor
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were guests and also Superintendent .
KOCH DRUG STORE and Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Mize and "
14 Ish Bra 1t. We were told by
: $
children the
enjoyed day at
Mr. Brant that our portable build-
200 E.- CaD Street ing' would'be-here and setup in Hampton Lake Saturday fishing i
PHONE 53 ,.. time' for the, next school term boat riding and water skiing.

Starke, Fla. and the covered walk way will Birthday Party -
be the Mrs. D. J. Parrish entertained
added to .other buildings
1 last. Friday night. June 6 with a
by that time. We are slowly growing -
but maybe some day we.will birthday party honoring her
daughter.Patty her 13th birthday
have : on -
a nice school like we have
always, wanted.. A large grOUP'of young peo- 21" RItA VICTOR
; ple enjoyed this,event with ,Pat- ,
We
: are glad that Mrs. Sarah
this..summerstay ;:; .r., Jane OriffLs has improved from ty. Games'were played and cake
." ', and drink served. :
j'I j-. ', the recent bums that she received Well TV"
,> -' :'e'' ; '" 'fl'; when her gas stove exploded. the school term has end- COMPATIBLE COLOR
ed and there are some happy
Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Palatka,
.. COOL / : children for awhile. However
-, .rr., .. I'4. Mrs. O.: M.. Beach of Hastings, if
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and Mrs.Katie Woodruff of Jack-
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..,":', _,!"-.. k "" ", ., ... .:.. ..
.t""' "! : .: sonville, were ,recent overnight

", ..t,,'.,.;.....,.. CALM (r ,".. I:" lan guests and of sons.Mr: and.Mrs. C..-B. No- ET- :-t

Wayne Hires left Sunday morn-
ing for Maine after spending a :
& CONNECTED furlough here. His wife is remaining ; ;,y 1J f

.with relatives in Jacksonville .4 ,
+s until he gets settled at his new ,
a}
'. post then she will join him. P y
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- r ; 'd;
botham and Mrs. Lois,Waters and IINIIMl

;. ;. 1 sons of Lawtey were recent visit- NW a'_,, S_
ors of Mr. ,and Mrs. Quincy NNI d : X 1.
Adams in Doctor's Inlet. We regret -

.. ',;"l" ,' that Mr. Adams is ill again" J

i '.. ; Mrs. Ruby Durrance and Mrs. .. _A5"= =3
Julia Griffis visited with Mr. and .
Mr. D. b.u f y s S v
: L. Griffis and family in i
','. Macclenny last Monday nght
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? ..a att ,...acEb A group of friends gave Mrs.
Grace Herrick near Cecil Fielda

V o, surprise birthday,party recentlyIn w : :

't celebration of her 17th birth- T rr
S day anniversary.Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson t
v a.k ax : baked ,the birthday cakes.
;
Graduation 'exercises for the

/ eb x >-. : 1\;"<.1-, senior class of the Baldwin High 1 couldn't afford a lotr ,,,,. ,.

...:. ,. .. School ,were held at the Baldwin .
., .r,'._ '.' '_'. .' -v. .., 3, 1'. .,.' l.i. Gym Monday night June 9 d" ;. 'r a .
.;"o' 'v;, Four of the graduates were from t

." ;.,..'.1S''".L-",.?::tI', :\\I t": r'.. -, Maxvflle. They were Jo'AnIi Par-
,, :/'\ :,v (- ; rish Virginia Cannon. R. V. Dur- SPECIALTHIS
n1 : .
.-. .. COMPLETE WITH ANTENNA INSTALLED
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JO"_' : : rance and Harry BelL We wish .

: : 'j.c': these four the best that life can I
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jfT1\ 1 -.5 : /:---' offer them as they, venture'out. 'WEEKCHESTER

-i __*.j .: '..' -.: : proud on their of own.them., We -are. an ,very I. ''DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW! '

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;; ....i ':;;- Mr. and Mrs/.Peters have .recently LOCKS
,. \In tummr,* p clly, BIn* torvle do** so much :
moved to Keystone Heights

r ,. coats .*0,IhUe...h'* your,budatV. Wfit" Urflln :. '. where he Is now' employed by the.. TO BE GIVEN AWAY -
t,- Clay Electric Co.. We hope that Entry Locks 4.20

: Mrs. Peters will be able to return.
Y.S Y. .
: and teach the first and second: Passage Locks 1.80
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-- grades for us again next year. i SATURDAY JUNE 14 730:
Coold"g.AI; Cone Cool, 'Cool Pood No Hot ::1.' ?Extra Ul
Out.*r |S| ditioftlnfl W| | Drinks, |00.| Fro:.n, 1 ISJChorM.u 8 Tlrfnl. :!=i :Cool Outing J. very pleased to know that he has NO PURCHASE NECESSARY
Salads J, Ptrtiti. Picnics '
lit Table'. Cooling. Duaerta -- been released from the hospital

rfrt>v..u u' : in Orlando and is able *o be' at
SERVICE
m home with his !
family once again.
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ENJOY Tilt */& DIFFlR
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginboth-! IMPERIAL
Mji gm Mg ......, am visited with their son and BUILDING SUPPLIES STATION
: daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs.
FLORIDA',POWER' '* LIGHT COMPANY Prank11n-.Bigginbotbam and family QUALITY' & SlttVtCI

t .. "rl tL..lno 8UI}O., LOIUOA" i .' Leon in Jacksonville Harris and Sunday.Charles Griffin 301 E CALL Phone ST 3 STARKE FLA 1575 N. TEMPLE AVE., II. S. 301 STARKE, FLA.

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r o 're Right Loyree P.' Hartl'CocomlseStarke. Jfianfl. Florida SRD. No. 198, unde said' Secticn 2801 ((114) 201 said suney North 10 degrees if.u llte8.O', .sec ,ri &st Ciie tf/Section 16 'at a Volut I a radius of 5725.578 ttt; turf ttitn*
] SlID No. 6 Charles R. Klein V Townsend line being Described as foUows: onds East 2706.49 bgn- I 1.0% loot southerly from the northeast nortnea&tertyalong througha

Joseph Thomas CoeomlseStarke Lawtey, Florida SRD No. 128; Address Unknown SRD U: I Beginning-on. U& west'uiie; 'of SWW ning of a curve -om-ave to the sut corner of said Section l total central angle of > degrees 46

Florida tSRD No. I 130; 131 SKD 130; 131 ot, S* 01 Section 21. township k east haying a radius of 5729.578 fet Containing 1.530 acres or less, minutes a distance o 576.6T fed to
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ITWASFigures% Daisy Cox Mary Klein Michael Townsend'if living, and If South, rtange ,22 East at a point runS thence northeasterly along tic.usue 01 existing road right (if 1 the. end of said cuive, run 'thence

; Route 2 V Lwtey. Florida SRD No 128; decased, heirs, devises 1U4.60 feet southerly trom Northwesttorner curve through an ang.e of 9 degrees way. jgWNED :or 1 degrees n minuteS 09 sec
COL Starke, Florida SRD No. 54-R; 130; 131 and/or other claimants of SWK ol S of said Sec- 09r minutes '3a seconds a .ital" of BY: Daisy ,Cox and her '\ Eltli.U\ feet to the beginning

235 Charles E. Knight lion 21r' run % 16degrees 915.97 feet 'to the east Bld husband Raleigh Cox Ji-hn D. Digs eure ioncave to the easterly
Raleigh Cox Route i Michael Townsend 15 minutes Ulth.Ort 8"ds Et 1302.J9 Section 16 at k point 24.02 feet south tutd his wife lr .1 having a rdius 5729.578 feet,

Rou" 1 Gainesville Florida SRD No. 70; Address Unknown SRD 128; feet run thence North 1 Si erly from the northeast corner of Henrietta Chder. Q husband run thence northeasterly along .6id

Starke, Florida SRD No. 54-R: 234 S 130; 131 minutes 09 Ids dege.. said Section 16, Kizia Alice Z. Hamilton and curve through an angle 61 9 degrees

S Z35 Sarah Knight Hazel Wall t the north line of said Section fee 21, Containing 0.068 acres mere or less, tier bustnl Howard Hamilton, William 0> minute 35 sec-onus. a dist of

_ Ben Route Starke. Fla. SRD 159-K; at a point 1373.87 feet Westerly from excuse of existing road right of Dins and his wife Mii L feet to the east line

J4SI Davenpor Gainesville, Florida ,SRD No. 70; J. %6; ,3U7; 3U8 Ue nneb' corner of said Section Dlggs. Daisy M. Davenport 16. at 'a point 264.02 ""feet southerlyfrom
Avnul B. Wall i BY Elizabeth TCoegel and husband Ben Davenport, Annie Belle the northeast
A Brdcr Cuta Miami SRD No. 54-R 234 O.a52 acres, more or OWED corner of ui
; E. Kncera Starke Florida SRD 159-K; W. H. Noegel. Gene fclubb and her husband Charlie Stnbb. n
gree was an unusually 236Dalsev ElteI l exclusive o t existing road right hlr Sect 1.Cotinig V
lt' one.wtr from V M. Davenport Valrico, Florida SRD No. 137; J. I L. Waters V 4 264; 3U1; *Ol way. Noegel and hi wife Connie Noegel.fcBl M
Sttitc 3431 Florida Avenue 138 OW'E BY: Anthony C, 'Cermen > 3>o. ; 10-B; 42; 44; 317 1'ht part of: Ecusi rod
the Federal-State Henry J. Lawtey., Fla. SKD 173; riht
north
War Miami, Florida SRD No. 54-R; Kucera ar wife Lorena Cermenaro. Rich of Way Thl 100 feet of the following
Service in' Lakeland out V 5fhrlstener Val rico, Florida SRD No. 137; Lois A. 206; 207J; 291' situ AO. 27, %1, Z Bight of W ay part of; described piece or parcel of land ,to- OWNED BY: Loyree P. Hartnan
V V
beT t L. Diggs 138 'ater V pan of V Beginning at the Intersection of the wit: From_ t intersection of south Cocomise and her husband Joseph
j Lawtey. Tat
in truth. Route Z Mal M. Lane f Fi SRi 173; of Block 1 South Range 2 westerly right of way line of State edge of SE 1 NE>t of Section 16, Thomas Cocomise.t .

to their report of Starke. Florida SRD No. S3; Iff3 East Georgia Avenue S Mamie C. Weaver 206: X11; Z9i West -bemg all of Block lying Road 200 and the nort line of SBU Township 6 Sout Range 22 East N.. ;t IU.t.f Way

Accri 64-K; 235 DeLand, Florida V SRD No. 175-K; 20 South Franklyn East.of State Road sc U. S. 301), of 'SE% of 1 Township 6 with the ge,of the right of Tt part of:
Street
thi te Gainesville District; John David Digs ZU .i Pennsylvania also the El cf Block 2 South,, Range 22 East thence run way of State Highway No. 13 thence of SEV4 of "% (west et

there 62 cold nights com Route 2Starke. I.A.Lsne Alentown SKi Kange 2 Wet beingrall of Sout..of southerly along terly right of run northeast along the said west State Road 200) of Section' 16, Township -,
were Florida SRD No. 53: 1023 East Georgia Avenue Miles J. W. Weaver 17S-R; 229 ; 269 ; 270 I lying east of State Road 200 ,(Blok U. S. way line'tf said State Road 200 for edge of said highway 20 feet for apoint 6 Sooth, Range 22 Eas| ECEP

pare with a average dug 54-R; 235Mtnle DeLand, Florida SRD No. 17 -H:, %South Street I 30l. of Simon J. Temple Subdivision a distance of 407 feet to the northeast of beginning, thence run northeasterly Beginning at northwest
of L.. Dipgs -- S 205-K All Franklyn at Temple's plat of the lands described in Deed along said vest edge of said SE% Of XEVi of Section JC Township
of per corer
21-yea htor te Di- 149 1outh Dixie Highway John Magyar, Jr. 'ntownennsylvnia 176-R SRI,' lad in Deefe Mils, a page 424 Bok SO.at page 205 et seq. thereof of right of way of said highway a distance I south Range 22 East turning lhenc$
Route 2Starke. 229 269 270 Bk
trict of 46 nights per san Miami 33. Florida SRD No. 54-K:i Florida I Evelyn N.- Whelan ; ,: ; therett of the current public records the current public rerds of Bradford of 264.5 fet thence run westerly feet more or less for pint
SRD No. 90
and the total i one less than the 235 Mable .Magyar Route 1Lawtey. V of Bradford County, Florida, EX- County, Florida, thence run. in a and parallel the south edge of of beginning, thence run n..!

1939- William D. Digs 2 Fla. SKD' 145 CEPT.the following described parcel : westerly direction at right angles to sid SE4 of NEt a distance of 315.5 east to west line of State Road No
of the
maximum 63 during 149 1South Dixie Highway Rqute ,'Florida SRD No. 90Angelo I ISt8ke Abner fndividuaiiy and thereof, to-wit: .sid State ,Road 200 (and along the'northerly feet to a se tenc run southerly a 1(Now V S. Highway 301):, tenc.

40 san Miami 3SvFlorida SRD No. 54.H:1 V V V V as G Yarbrug. Edna Yarbroughan Commence at the centerline of Cen- line, cf the lands describedin distance a stake_theuce a southerly' direction <

f 235Aeatha Route 2 Yel' N Incompetent person ter Stet where it intersects center said Deed Book 30 at page 205 et easterly to the point t>f beginning a west line of said Mghway 1(1.7 feet

The months of November, with Dorothy Ridley Dlneen Starke, Florida SRD No. 105 Lawtey- Fla IlK!) 147 line A. L Railway, West I seq, ad eteniq of said line distance of 261.7 feet all lying and thenre.est 232.7 feet thence North?

only one cold night, and March. ,/" .J. L Paradise 252; Edna Yarbrough, Incompttent0 an initial for survey of tack westerly), for a ditnce of 945.57 being in the said SEU of NEt oftaid 139.9 feet to point of beginning lying
110 Und Street (/ AKner- J. feet to being 4.58 Township and west of and within 55 feet of the .
Vary V Yartorough, as Guardian Temple's run North a point sid point Seton Range, survey
wit 5, were below average. The New York 17. New York SKD No. Route Mel Lawtey Fla. Situ 147 degreesVest SUbiYison centerlne of Center 72- feet measr along the A" T rcel of land lying m the Tine of state Road 200, Section 2801

midwinter months accounted V 174 Starke.- Florida SRD' No. 105: A. N. Yarbrough Street 974 feet to east right of curse of said lie), the westerlyboundary NEVi of Section 16, Township (114) 201, said survey line being de
Frank DJneen .
for the remaining 56. e 252Reatha Route 1 way line of State Road No. 200 of of SWK of SE>4 6 South Range 22 East in Brad sib a follows:
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p/o J L Paradise D. Mercer LawteY-Fla. SRD 173; thence South IS degrees of said Section, Township and Range, ford County, Fla., and being mor on the south line of Seo
Two records that were set during I'fl F.. 4!nd Street Address Unknown SRD V No. 128; VVV S V .206: 207: 291 said East right way WeS along State run thence in a northerly direction particularly described as : ton 16, Township 6 South, Range 23.
XV York 17 New York SRD No
the winter are the earliest w 174Frtnn 13o; 131 York Manufacturing and Building Road No. 200, o feet for' Point of and parallel to said westerly boundary Commence at the intersection of the at a point 1373.87 feet westlrlf

M. DnhoseAddresi V Stanley "A. Miller Corporation V Beginning, thence continue South 18 ,of said. NE% of SWfc oft SE* easterly right of way line of State from the southeast corner
fall freezing temperatures on Unknown SEll 128 Route 2 c/o R. Carl Harris degrees West along said right for a distance of 90.57 feet to the Road 200 and the southerly boundary Section 1$, run thence North 1 deJ
NA. ; 1347 Roosevelt Avenue of Est of said NE of pf aforesaid SE'4 of NE! for grees 35 minutes 09 seconds
October 28 and lowest recorded 13U; 131 Starke; FloridaV SRD No. 26: way line of State Road 31>6 northerly boundary point EE
D T. Durban V V V" i : ,. JOB 107 Orlando. Fla. SRD 40-K: teet South 72 degrees East SW% of SE%, run thence 1n an of beginning, and run thence easterly 1111.34 feet to the beginning

temperature in the Ditrct'shitor "4 i Forh. Street srcrrinv"ssot mil) V.201 !T-TF V 4;" U.U.U; 317 feet tenc. degrees East ,easterly direction along the,northerly along said southerly boundar a distance curve concave to the westerly having

12 degrees, occur TipkEnnvJ1le', Fla. SRD No. 132 ponrno BRADFORD SECTION 386 thence Nrrth'1 72 degrees boundary 'Of said NE% of SW& of of %4 feet to southeasterly a radius of 5729.578 fet run thence
1orh
T&tq XT. Dnrhan National Lead Corporation ZH81-281 STATE ROAD 200 West to east way line of SE% and continuing along the nor- corner of parcel of land conveyed DQrheterlJ.along sid through
December
13.
on 9U5" Forbes Street V V c/o )'arthv Crenshaw BRADFORD COITXTY 'DESCRIPTIONS State Road o 200 a distance of 315 erly boundary of said SB of l>y Lissie L. Clark and her husband, tot of 5 degrees 48,

The first cold wave of the season 1"ksonvle. Fla. SRD .No. 132 512 Karnett National Bank Hiilldlnar I feet to 'point of beerinninp- and for 'a distance of 1017.7 feet more or )l. N. Clark and Foy Clark single, to a distance of 576.67. feet to
Lutvenla Ellington Jacksonville Florida 'SRD 187 SRD No. 18 RIght- of Wa taining 2.82 acres- and- -lying in Block 4 less to the point of Beginning. EXCEPTING Elizabeth Crews, by Warranty Deed the end of sid curve, run thence

entered the District on October Route 2 F.li7aheth Noegel That part of: ,, 2 Scuth and Range 1 and 2 I therefrom any portion dated May 23rd, 1953, and reorde Nort 10 degrees 49 minutes 09 sec.

27 bringing freezing temper- < take; Florida .'SRD No. 76 Starke. Fla. SLID 4 (DA parcel 'of land in the NW Simon 'J. Temple's Subdivision,, West,. thereof lying, within.the right of way in Deed Book 75, page 243, sq. East 2706.49 feet to the t>egin._

...t"nl ?!. Estes V W. H. SnegelStarke. of SEH of Section 21. lying in SW% of NE of of a graded road lying along the Public Records of Bradfor County, ning of a curve concave to the easier*

atures fOf'tee' days. Followingthis Route 1 V Fla. SKD 41 South Range 22 'East, rtinigJ.86 Township 6 Range' Sto. 'U, norel boundary of above described Florida; run northerly ly having a radius of ,5791 fet;

cold. spell temperatures Lwtey, Florida SRD No., 137; Connie Nnge acres in the City recorded In Sut Public'Est lds. V direction along the easterly boundary run thence alon
usneorpe !tak .la. SKD 41 'Bradford County, Florida; and being' cords of Bradford west of and within 55 feet of Of last aforesaid parcel a distance of curve through an angle of 9 degrees
moderated and it Florida
wan't until J. Estes nenl NO 1 more pariclarl inscribed as V ALSO EXCEPT:County_ 'the' survey line of State Road 200 100 feet more or less t( the southeasterly 09 minutes 35 seconds a distance of

December 1 that the thermometerdipped Tout J, V Starke 'la. SKI 4 follows: reference commence A parcel of land lying in Block 1 !."tnn 5501 11141 '2 1 Rid survey-- corner of a parcel of land 915.97 feet to the east line of Section

and stayed d until Lawtey. Florida SRD Na 137: Albert Norman' ,,- I at the northwest corner of &ut,Rge 2 West of. Simon J. line being Vdesrib d as follows: conveyed by party of first part to 16 at a point 264.02 feet southerly *
w a Route said NW% of SEW of aforesaid Howard '
th 138 Temple's Subdivision south line of Sec Crews by Warranty Deed from the northeast corner of sai4

later part of February., Oertrude Eunice Lawey. Fla. SKi 185 'oion'-.U, and run thence s"uth 1 thereof recorded iri Deed as per plat tin 16, Townthipt6, Sout Range 22 dtf December 18, 1953, and record Section 16,

The hardest Lawtey, Florida SRD No. 175R: Norman degree and. 17 minutes wet along Page 424 of the Public ,Records B'ok C at a point westerly fd Deed Bock 80, Page 437, etseq. Containing 0.109 acres more or less,
freeze of the sea %05.i Ronfe, 1. the Westfrt bundar'th a dis Bradford County Florida from the Southeast corner of sid Public Records of Bradford exclusive of existing road right of
J. H. Eunice Lawtey. Flat. SKI 185 fet 10 the centerline cf and being Section 16, run North ounty, Florida; run thence in I
son a
came December 13 temperatures more particularly described tenc 1 i
,'whe l.wtty, Florida. SRD No.. 175-R: Bradley A. Norton a ditch for a point of beginning. : a follows grees 35 seconds East westerly direction along the southerly I way.OWNED BY: Charles E Knight.
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ranged from 15 degrees V 20 -H Lawtey, Fla SRI) 175-K:205-K: From point of beginning thus de- Commence at the intersection the 1111.34 feet to the beglnnnig of a boundary of last pferesaid parcel a and his wife Sarah Knight

Francys Eunice V V Hcribed. continue South 1 dege and Easterly .f concave to the westerly havinga distance of 232.8 more or OCCUPIED BY J. Bek and his
to 20 Two hard Lawtey, Florida SRI No. IBS; Selma M. Norton 11 boundary of the right way cure fet les
deg freezes minuteswest along sid of State Road of 5729.578 feet run thence to the easterly way wife Beck.
Bra L
200 rght
Fjla. SRD 175-K; and the lne
Lawtey
occurred 175-R; 205-R; 268 'oundar"a distance of 435 feet to boundary of southerly northeasterly along said curve througha State Road ; run thence asoutherly SRD Right Of Way
_ in 'January the 9th J S. Eunice Jr. the right of way of Mar 1
on Z05.P
Paul ParkerStarke an e; run thee South' 85 ket Road, rmerly Center total central angle of 5 degrees 46minutes direction along said easterly That part of:

and 19th. 1.\.tey. Florida SRD No. 169: Fla. Silo 82Frederick degrees 'and 29 minutes east, a distance point of beginning. 'From Stret for a distance of 576.67 feet to right of way line a distance of 1 n.5'tt Commence at a point of 50 feet
175-R 205-R 268Pelma beginning
; ; M. PuhalUI of 144. 27 feet to an iron stake thus described pint the end of said curve, run thence to point of beginning, EXCEPT, est of centerline of State Road ,No.
Eunice run southerly
From the.2nd until the 23rd of Florida SRD V No. 175-R: Adams Street : on the westerly boundary of the right I Direction along aforesaid North 10 degrees 49, minutes.09 seconds a parcel of land lying in southeast and a point 25, feet south of cent
Lwey, Fla. ? 183-K, of way of ,StatS ,Road No. 200, also boundary c.f the easterly Eat 2706.49 feet to the beginning quarter (SEof northeast quarter lerline of County graded, road saidpoint
February :205-R I right of of State
'
the District experienced Rl known as Temple Avenue run thence way, to the southeast (NH cf '
Farmers Home Administration Ellsha Prescott ; Road 200, a distance "of one hundred o' a curve concave O Section Sixteen (16), being the northwest corner ofUt

an almost uninterrupted c/o William T, Shaddick Highland Fla. SKD 180 North 17 degrees and 26 minutes twenty-five (125)' to a concrete having aradius of 5729,578 feet, Township Six (6)) Sout" RangeTwentytwo 7 of Richfield's Subdivision in

cold Gainesville. Florida SRD No. 154: Ella Prescott tat along last' aforesaid westerly monument; run thence fet in an run thence northeasterly aiong said (22) past Bradford SW'4 of SWt and SE% of SW% of

spell with hard freezes occurring 155: 258: 259 Highland. Fla. SHi 180 boundary, a distance of three hundredS direction and parallel to aforesaid easterly Curve through a angle of 9 aegrees County Forid and being more Suction Township 6. $outh, Range

First Federal V Savings -nnd Loan M, L Prescot ,f" eighty feet to the centerline of aforesaid southerly ix-undary of the U9 minutes .35 seconds a distance of as follows: 22 East a recorded in Plat Book 1.
on at least five days with minimums. Association of Gainesville 'V" "' ditch run thence North 71 degrees way of Market right Center of 915.97' feet to the east line of said }Commence at the intersection of the Page 1. of Bradford County records

In the Gainesville Florida SRD No. 26t Lawtey.. Fla Situ 184 sonds West 'along said a Rod formerly 125 feet Election 16 at a point 264.02 ted easterly right of way line of SR 200 run southerly along tat right ot'ay
low 20's which approached 106; lof Viola Prescott ditch centerline,. a distance of 261.6 Street monument ( thence to a southerly from the northeast cord and the southerly boundary of aforesaid line of State Road No. 2DO 560 feet.
; run In .
the of the Ann Fisher Route 1 feet to Twmt of binninanr northerly direction and a cf said Section 16 southeast quarter (SEx _of for 'point of beginning, licence squtti
severity December 4311 South Trask Street Lawley. Fla. Sill 184 (2) A parcel ,NWU afcresaid parallel to Containing 0.192 acres more or northeast quarter (NE t>* and run (8 degrees 30 minutes taet lOSl.O,

freeze. Tampa. Florida SRD No. 198 R L Plscot of SEU of-Seotion 2 Township 6 of 125 eater to a 'concrete boundary, a monumenton distance less, exclusive, of existing ,road rigni thence in a northerly direon along feet to west right of way line of S.

Don Fisher i MHi 179 South, Range 22 in the City of aforesaid ftt : 01 way. said easterly right of \ay a distance A. U Ry., thence South 18 degrees 35

The,lowest temperature recorded 4311 South Trask Street Rayonler, Incorporated Starke, Bradford Coiraty, Florida, run thence in southerly a boundary direction; O\ .ED BY: York Manufacturingand of one hundred seventeen and minutes west along said west right

at the Starke Tampa Florida SRD No. 198 (/0 Corporation Trust Company and being more particularly described along! said westerly b Bubumg Corporation uua/ur .Ai- five tenths feet to the southerly boundary of way line pf S A. L. Railway 431.0feet
southerly
and Brooker sta- Dorothy Fuerst 508 Consolidated BuIlding as follows: Frr point of re- distance of 125 feet
ton was 17 on December 13 Address Unknown SRD No. 1Z8; Jacksonville, Fla. SKD 1Z1-K: ferenc commence at the northwest ginning, to be darner.bCiijECT. Dee Book 80, Page 437 et seq., Pub West to East right of way line
at 130; 131 200-R; 253; 279 "corner of >sid No SE>4 of lying of and within TO: Mortgage recordedin : : of said County ; run of State Road No. 20t>. 1118/8 feet
50 feet
both the State Farmers' Market Albert F. Garner Wilma Rivers aforesaid Section thence the survey eat line of of bok tt at page 3t>9 ; and mortgageiecoraed thence in an easterly direction along thence northerly along said East
State
and China Stark Florida SRD No. 40-R; Address S Unknown SKI) 128: South 1 degree and 17 minutes West 2801 Road 200, In IXH>K 1> at page bu heid said southerly boundary a distance right of way line of State Road
'drove. 42; 13-R; 44; 317 ISO; 131 the boundary a distance Seton (114) 201 said survey the A.Uanuc National Hank ot of No.
B.: E. Reddish along Westerly! being described as follows uy forty-eight ((4g) feet to a point 200. 425.3 feet to point of beginning
Nellie P. Garner of 832, feet to point of beginning : Jacksonville, and Mortgage lecurded eighty-one (81) feet easterly of th ,
Route Beginning on the -
1 west line ,
I Starke. Florida SRD No. 40-R; from point of beginning pf SW .BOOH 31 at page lao m tavor otnomer centerline of lying
V ; of Sf% of Section 21 % in State Read 200. for Pointof easterly of and within 119
U The Circuit Coort ._. 4; S-R; 4; 317 Lawtey, Fla SHt 154; thus described run South 85 Township H. JW"I ay His Wile .mne Bgnning. .From point of begin- feet of the suvey line of State Road
Of 155 259 at
The fcighth Oty Sue Gault ; ; South P.'ge' point 104.60
Judicial la Florida SRD No. 292 Ethel D. Reddish degree and 29minutes East a distance 2 Es the a northwest Junes.au continue in an 200, Section 2801 (1H 201. said

Bradford nrfal County Coart And For W.Lawtey E. Gault, Route of IH.2 feet to the westerly corner of SW',4 ofSBU of said Section .So. 5 Right of Way easterly direction along said southerly survey line being described as follows;
right of of State 1 nat part of; boundary distance of Beginning the south Une of
I boundary Way 1 a thirty-eight on Sec
Law No. Lawtey, Florida Slit No. 292 Fla. Situ 154: tl run thence 16 degrees *
B. L Green Lwtey- 155; 258; 259 Road No.-,209. &soVkflowfl as Temple 15 minutes 09 Nor 1302.29 bit 01 "'1}4 of SEV4, all in Section (38) feet to a point one huivlred nine lion 10, TownshIp 6 South, 'Range 22
STATE ROAD thence South 16, Souui, Kange 2z n.a:taa teen (119) feet of aforesaid East at point 110.13 feet
DEPART-) 47 East Columbus Avenue ttetty Register Avenue; run 1 degees feet run thence North 16 degrees 35 JuWIll I easterly a easterly
MENT OF FLORIDA an) Phoenix, Arizona SRD No. 175-K: Starke, Fla. SItU 33 mid 26 minutes West minutes 09 seconds Eatt, 2999.08 1h Uat ot laud lying eaai i>l centerline; run thence In a southerly from the southweSt corner of said

Agency of the state of ) 205-K Freeman Register Jr. westerly br mdary a distance of 7 to the north line of said Section felt 21 tile x-uuiic Koad, direction and parallel to said center- Section 10, said point being on theaarc

Florha ) Essie M. Green Starke Fla. SRI 33 'feet; run thence ,routh 83 degrees 2 at a point 1373.87 feet,westerly from, lying-eastot and withi 55 feet of line a distance of thirty-eight (38) of a curve concave to the south
and, ) Alice minutes west distance of 90 the collet tine 01 sale otouile feet to in easterly having radius
47 East Columbus Avenue Register a the northeast corner of said Ue : a pcint; run thence a west- a of 5729.578
Political BRADFORD COUNTY, a) PhoenixArizona, SRD No. 175-K: Starke. Fla. SKi 94; run .thence North 22 degrees 17 'minutes 21, Containing 0.324 acres Seton .ivoau iUU, ftccuon laul {Hi irly direction and parallel Vo aforesaid feet thence from a tangent bearing
the Subdivision of ) NOT1CJ5 205-K V V V < n-'" : wert t a distance o 97. feet run eXilusiv.'of existing Toad < 4vl.ai ,'eS1. ot ,auQ .to (ae. east "' southerly boundary a distance of North 22 degrees 60 minutes 3&
State of Florida, ) OK KUUS L. R. Green Freeman Register, Sr. thence South 85 degreEs 29 minutes l right uliug ruul right ot way line 01 pie- i of thirty-eight (38) feet to a point; seconds East 'run thence noctheasterly

Petitioners, ) NISI Route II.wtey Starke, Fla. SRi 94: a distance of 3.73 feet to point BY: Harold T. Thornton "nt O4.d Kuall ZoO, aalU 'ILtlll. run thence in a northerly direction along said curve through an angle of'

3. E. -vs.- > Florida SRD NO. 172 16; 97 East _. OWNE ElsieThornton .,eLiig utix.ru/tru as toaows: and parallel to afort-sad centerline a 1 degree 58 minutes 52 seconds, s>
WALL et al. ) Mamie. Green Isabel E. Sacco o bnning.of and within 50 feet of ad SUBJECT TO Mmgage. umeiioiig on me buutn une o( bec- distance of thirty-eight (38) feet to distance 198.11 feet to the'end of said
Defendants. : recorded
) Route 1Lawtey. Route 1Lawtey the survey line of State Read 200 in Book 26 at : 404 ,in favor of Lion .iu, 'iu"n nip 6 boum, itauge z2iut Point of Beginning (1) lying pasterlyof curve, run thence North 24 degrees,

NOTICE OF FloridaMildred SRD No. 172SKD Fla SlID 170; 171 Section 2801 (114) 201, said survey Ray Strong, page known James H. i, al a point I3i3.o Lest Weaieriyirum and within 119 feet and (2) lying 49 minutes 27 seconds East 911.66

,' EMIXEXT DOMAIN Greene Mary ; line being described as follows: Strong and ali g the souUiea)corner Saul section westerly of and within 55 feet of the feet to the beginning of a curve concave -
PROCEEDING mortgage recorded in
IB The Address Unknown No. 128; l 537 88th Street Beginning on the West line of SWH Bwk 41 10, ru tHence aoulft i3 degrees 2. survey line .of Stat Road 200, Section to the westerly having a radius
Name at 144 in
A page favor of
Of The ad 0,The.Aatlort 130; 131 Wwodhaven, of SE% of Section 21. Township 6 Cornelius Scholl minute "i feeconas Katt 24 ted to 2S01 (114) said survey line ff 5729.578 feet, run thence north
State and his
TO ALL WHOM Of Carson GrlffisHighland. Long Island V ,:New York SItU lie; South. Range 22 East at a point L., Stholl.MtD Wife Gladys tiLe foiut ut Be&inmug 01 celLtrlleoi being describ as fellows: easterly along said curve through a
AND IT MAY CONCERN Florida SRD NO. 182-K IiI 104.60 feet Southerly from the northwest V rifehi lane ot bald SLate the south line of Seton total central angle of 14 degrees 41
to -No. 33
all NLawtey. Right of
parties havUg persons and Hazel Griffis Albert Sappenfield corner of SWK of SE'4 of said That of "aJ baiu point oeuig the begriming of a 16, Township 6 South, Range 22 minutes 19 seconds a distance of
or
right claiming any Highland. Florida SR NO. 182-R Fla. SAD 156; 157 I Section 21i run thence North 16 ( Interest 1. 1i3.81 ,
a estate mort Ruby Sappenfield acre square in northeast corner
Utk J. F. Griffis V 15 minutes 0 .seconds East oaring ( li,4&9.i leei, run from the of said run thence North 10 degrees 08 min
gage lien to oD grees of W of a raU5.o corer ,
or those Florida SRD NO. 186-K; Lawtey. SItU iso; 157Cornelius V % Block 1 South of Range .
Highland. Fl North 16 degrees nori.heasi.eny aiong saiu lurve Section 16 thence North 16 degrees uts 08 seconds East
thence
certain parrel]* of land hereinafter 1 V 1302.29 feet run 2 West, Simon J. Temple's Subdivisionof ineiice run 2829.80 feet to
described Z1 09 seconds East2i99OS through a Utai centraL of 3 aegrees 35 minutes 09 seconds the beginning of to
and the 35 alg.e a curve concave
following per Strickland Griffin Starke SRD 28;. 29 lands at Temple's in NW& Est
;
Ida FIt % line of said Mis minutes a aittance ot 1111.34 feet the the
sons together with all unknown Florida No. 189; Gladys feet to the north of XE% of Section 6South. au .11.1'l"t to beginning southeast having a radius of
persons claiming by, through or Under Starke, IUD 190-K Starke. L Fla Schol SRD 27: 28; 29, Section 21. at a point 1373.87 feet -.- Range 22 East%, per map or to toe end of said curve, run cUrVe concave to the westerly having 5729.58 feet run thence northeasterly -
known V the northeast thence North 20 degrees 2a ilitnuiesU9VsecOflOs : a radius of 5729.57S run thence along said through
persons who are dead J. R. Griffin S. westerly from corer plat,thererecorded In Deed Book C .et. curve an angle
who are not known 1 Scrg East "B.-iU feet to the beginning northeasterly along through of 1 degree 30 minutes 32 seconds
O to be dead Starve. Florida RD NO. 189; 3 1st Avenue of -sam Section % at page 424 thereof of the public records cure a
alive: 190-K Gainesville. Fla. SRD 60: 194; Containing more or less. of Bradford County- Florida, of a curve concave to tile a total central angle of 5 degrees 46 distance of 150.90 feet to the north

SRCJo' :1-21 STATE ROAD J. W. Griffis VStarke -S 285; 286; %8; 288; 289; 290jo exclusive of existing read, right of lying:west cf and within.50 feet of westerly having a radius of a9.,1 minutes a distance of 576.67 feet to line of said section 10 at a point
-
feet, run thence northeasterly aiong the end of said thence 1690.13 feet from
orSTYLU'ES Florida SRD I'o. n >in A. Shadd, Sr. ways the survey line of State Road 200, curve run easterly the north
AND ,DDRESESi Mae GriffisV Route 2, Starke-, Fla. SKD 89 BY: Kayo Investment Section 2801 (114)) 201, said said curve tnruugh a tutai central North 10 degrees 49 minutes 09 seconds west corner of said Section 10,
.cml United Life Insurance Co. Florida SKD No. 3 'Mildred E. ShaddI OWED line being described fellows survey angle of 9 d"gret 36 mmutes a distance -' East 2706.49 feet to the beginning Containing 0.440 acres more or less,

Edwin Larson J.sfph.tarK@H_ Cumber. Sr. Route 2 SRD, -No. t5-R Right o Way Beginning on the west a line of:SWVi of 960.0U test to the end 'ot said of a curve concave to 'he easterly exclusive of existing road right of

State Inluranc Commissioner Madison Avenue Starke, 1'11. SKD 89 That Dart. of: .. u ,. of SEVi of 21, Township 6 cure and end of said centerline havIng a radfus tf'' 5729.578 teet way.OWNED
The Capiol Lakewood ', OTilo SRD No. 94; E. 51. Sivente'in : 'I --((1) Commence at the' centerline 01 South, Seton. East at a point thence lor a purpose ot reference run run thence northeasterly along said BY: Raymond Howe and

Talahasee, Flo'rd SRD No. 156: 96; 91 1255 Marele Center Street where it, intersects 104.69 feet southerly from the north thence North '.! degrees 10 minutes curve through an angle of 9 degrees his wife, Marion Howe.

157 Josephine A, Cumber BeachFIa SRD 110-K; 294 ,of S. A. L. Railway west west of SW> of SE al setonusVefet 64 it-el to the surety 09 minut 35 seconds distance of SRI No. 76 Bight of Way
Effle corner 4 of 'said
Alderman '. 13355 Madison Avenue Thelma Simpson : ntert, initial point for survey of Section % lie of said State Road 200 run 85.91 fet to,the east line of Section That part of:
Hampton, Florida SRD .No. 110-K: Lakewood 7, Ohio SRD No. 94; Dade City, Fla. SRD ire; 130! tack J. Temple's, Sbdlvison. run 21, run thenc seconds 16 East degrees thence North 10 degrees 49 minutes a point 264.02 feet southerly Begin at the intersection of State

294 'i; 97 V 131 North 72 degrees centerline I 09 seconds East %ll .i9 feet t the from the northeast corner of said Road No. 13 and the County graded
T. iaabelle thence.'iorth 16
J. run
Alderman Alica Z lamloa' Smith of Center Street 974 feet to east 102.29 fet de beginning of a curve concave to the Section 16. road as now constructed on the South

Hampton Florida SRD No. 110-K: Lwtey, SRD No. 54-H: Seffner. Fla. SRD 128; 130; 131 right. of way line of State Road No. gross 2999.08 3 feet to the north 09 seconds line of said southeasterly having a radius of Containig 0.232 acres more or lees, line of the NV4 of SW% of Section

Arnold 'Construction Company M* V Z> 497 Evelyn 2nd T. Snelng. I 240 thence_ South''18 T degrees- West Seton 21r at a point 1373.87 feet a g n.a lS Ieet r theme northeasterly' existing road right of 10, Township 6 South, Range 22 East
of
Hamilton
c/o W. I-!. Arnold Howard along said right of ,way line westerly from the northeast of along sid through an angie and run North along the East right
7 Murray, Building ..Lawtey. Florida SRD No. 54-K: Naples Fla SRD 176-K; Stat Road Rt, 334 feet fo point of said Section corner of 9 degrees 09 minutes 35 seconds a way.OWNED BY: Fred Taccia and his of Way line of said State Road No.

Palm Peach, Florida SRD No. 60; 235Wdred S William A' Snelling 229 1:.' 269; 240 beginning thence continue South 18 Containing %. 'acres more or less, distance of 95.91 feet to tne east wife Anna Taccia. 13. a distance of 880 feet to a point of

194: 285: 286: 2&7: 2X8: 289; 290 R Hammond 497 2nd Avenue degrees West along said east right-of- exclusive of existing road right of line of said 16, at a point SRI No. 60; 285; 886; 287 Right of beginning, thence run North along
Route SStarke Road 200. 386 feet southerly trom the north I Way the East side of State Road No. 13
,
The Atlantic National Bank Fla way line of State teetthem" :t.0t .
Florida SRD No. 113 ; $RD 176-H;
of Jacksonville 'les' 229 269 270 South 72 degrees East 345 fet way.OWNED BYt Freeman et of said Section 16. That part of 220 feet thence run East to Seaboard
; ;
Jacksonville Florida SRD No. 40-K; Route Mae Hammond 2Stark. Standard Oil Companyco thence North IS degrees 386 fet Jr., and his wife Betty Regste ALSO; The Scuth 25 ares of that portion Airline Railway, right of way thence

42; 43-K; 44; 317 .. Florida SRD No.' 113 a T. Ade S North '72 degrees West to east OCCUPIED By: J. W. Griffis and That par of: of the NRVi of NB%and the EH of South along the West side of Sea
Bank of Palm Beach and Trust Co. I Charles Hard 525 Riverside, Avenue tenc,of way lineof V State his Mae Griffis. S% of of SE%, all in Seton 1$, NWV4 of NEK of Seton 16, Township board Airline Railway right of way

40 Corolut Row Starke Florida SRD No. 241-K: Jacbolvle. Fla.'SRD' 139; 140 Road No. 200 a distance 345 feet to SRO rte, 41 Bight of Way Township 6 South, Range Et 6 Suth. East, that 220 feet, thence West to right of way
Palm larh, Florida SRD No. 68: -293; 300 311 point beginning and containing 1o part of: all of said tract of lad lying east ( lies .Hlghway 200 (excepting of State Road No. 13 to the place of

194; ::18. 286; 287; Z; 289; 290 Juanita Hardy V ; 3i$0'South' 7rest(89th( Avenue 2.82 acres and lying in Block 2 Sout V Tat intersection of the westerly the Public Road, and reserving therefrom a beginning, lying and being In Sectlo .

Claude 1. Barbour Starke., Florida SRD No. 241-K; Miami. Fla. V 'SRU 198 and Range 1 and 2 West Sion right of way' line- of State Road lying, east of and within 119 feet piece of. land lying in the northeast 10, Township 6 South, Range 22 East

Lwtey, ,llorld SRD No 163-K: 293; 300;' 311 Steve Staring.. Jr. -,rRoute Temple's Subdivision and lyig 200, and the { SE of of the survey line of State Road 200,. corner thereof that measures 250 feet lying easterly of and within 119
** V V V Town- norh Ineo % 2801 (114) 201, sail survey and and 597.5 feet north and Road
u : Doris a Hardy In sW4 of NE& cl Seton 2 SH\4\ of 6. Seton east west feet of the survey line of State
arbour
Ruby Slarke. Florida, SRD No. 241-R; Lawtey, Fla. Situ 146 ship 6 South, Range in the South Range 22 East for a point of described as follows: south along the highway) ; 200. Section 2801 (114)201, said survey
Lawtey- ,, Florida SRD No.: 163-R. : 2931300'SllDouglas Vivian Starling If current Public Records of Bradford reference run southerly 557 Beginning on the south line of Section lying west and within 55 feet of line being described as follows:

265 P. Hardy V Route County, Florida, feet along the west thenc right of way line 16, Township 6 Sut Range Z the survey line of State Road %00. Beginning on the south line of Section

Eula M. Bary Florida SRD No. 241-R; Lwtey. Fit. .SRU IU ,ALSO: of said State Road 200 to a point of beginning East at a point Section 2801 (114) 201. said survey 10, Township 6 South, Range 22
15-Slst Street Sake 293; too; SllJ. -, (2) Beginning at the point of the from the point beginningthus trom the southeast corner 'of 'said line being described a follows: East at a point 110.13 feet easterly

Gulfport. Mississippi SRO NO. E. Hardy p. Lawtey."' Fl. 'SRD 159-K: Intersection of the easterly boundaryline ;described run in o westerly $ ton 16, run theUce North 1 aegrees Beginning on the south line of S from the southwest corner of said

!T.: L. IS.i; 205-K Starke Florida. SRD No. 241-K: '>t *\ 307 of right cf way of'' State Road direction at right angles to aforementioned 35 minutes 09 seconds Est ten 16. Township ( South, Range Section 10. said point being on the
?ary Mary D. Staton line 1111.34 feet to the beginning
Street 'r310"ll; 200 the northerly boundary State Road 200 for distance East at a point 17.8 feet westerly arc of a curve concave to the south
15-Slst Lawtey; Fla, > SRD 159-K; wit Street (formerly curve concave to the westerly having of saidSection
Jo Ella Hardy ,. of of way of Sapp. of 300 feet to iron from the sutheast cmer easterly having a radius of 5729.57S
Gulpoz Mississippi SItU No. Starke: Florida SRD' No.' 241-K; 'S V o "-_ 10? V North Street) at an iron stake thence and a stke a radius of 5729.578 feet run thence 1C, run thence North 16 degrees feet thence from a tangent bearing
175-R; Z05-K 193; *00: Sll Rose- Strickland M) V (and run 'northerly northeasterly along said curve seconds V
V intersection 35 minutes 09 minutes 35
of trough of North 22 degrees SO
such -at
at State Road 200 distance of.150
Pertha L. Beck set a
1 Hartman, as Curatorof 2536 Taml-Sola Street pmt distant fet a total central angle of 16 the of
feet
Albert 280.58 feet t 1111.34 to beginning a sconds East run thence northeasterly
which pr-lnt thence distance of
Starke. Florida easterly
SRI run a
No. 70 of Elizabeth Ltsch Sarasota, SRD 159-K: 46 distance of 576.67 feet
Estate FI. minutes a to the of
17 degrees westerly having
bears South concave along said curve through an angle
J. D. Beck I V "' from and feet to said right .of way cure
264 307 308 westerly
Incompetent ; the-intersection of the end of said curve, run thenceNorth a radius of 5729.578 run thence 1 58 minutes 52 seconds a distance -
Florida SRO NO. 70SRD W. Strickland ) West from line of State' Road 200 at a feet degree
Stab Florida SRD No. 241-K: mute pit minutes 09 seconds -
Starke. of the 10 degrees 49
said
line northeasterly along through the end of
boundary sid of 19S.11 feet to
Dorothy Booth 283'SOO' Jli 2536 Tami-Sola Street which 150 feet northerly of cre
Arcadia Florida NO. 93 .; Sarasota, ''Fla. SRD 159-K right laterly way of State Road 200 with I beginning, run south East %069 feet to the beginning a total central angle of 5 dege 4 curve, run thence North 24 degrees 49
Higgins ; the easterly -
Viola to
pint tence' of
Block 4 South, a minutes distance of feet
of cre a minutes 27 seconds East $11.66
William F. Booth line
SRO No. 128; 264; 307; 308 the north : along said of'way 5'.6
Unknown
Address
Arcadia.; Florida SRO NO. 93 130: 131 Ray Strong, also known as Range 2 West of 'Simon J. Temple'sSbh'lslon line of State Road 200 rigt distanceof having a radius of 5729.578 feet the end of said cne, rn thence to the beginning of a curve concave

Bradfor Furniture Corp. -V Hill Jame R. .Strong }'. FOR POINT OF BE- 150 feet to Point of Beginning, run thence northeasterly along sid North 10 degrees 49 minutes 09 sos to the westerly having a radius of
ScruggsGainesville. James 1; North Lakeship Drive thence run North 17 degrees lying westerly of and within 55 curve through an angle of 9 degrees East 2706.49 feet to the beginning 5729.578 feet run thence northeasterly

Florida SRD No. 60; Route Starke; Florida SRD No. 94; Wlnterhaven SRI 27 46 minutes East and i along said easterly V of the centerline of the west lane 09 minutes 35 seconds a distance of of a curve concave to the easterly along said curve through a total central
lla fet said
194: 2K: 186: 287: z 81; 2 8'; '190 96; 37 234 boundary line of the right of way of State Road %00. Section 2801 (114) 915.97 feet t the east line of Section having a radius of 5729.578 feet run angle of 14 degrees 41 minutes

Austin R. Pnrdett Elizabeth'V Hodge V t V V "! ,. 18.29 of State Road 200 for a distance of 201, said describedas 16. at a point 264.02 feet southerly thence northeasterly along said curve 19 seconds a distance of 1470.0 feet

.Address Unknown SRD. No. 128; Florida SRD No. 105: Annie Pelle Stnbb '" .J 940.68 feet to the north line of Block follows:cnterlie' big i from the northeast corner of said through an angle of 9 decrees 09 to the end of said curve, run thence

130: 131 Strke .t-.j. 253 3609 Prow Avenue 3. Smith; Range 2 West o said Si Commencing on the south line of Section 16, minutes 35 seconds a distance of North 10 decrees 08 minutes 08 seconds

Bryant Arthur Burdett Jack Hodge V V Miami .S3, Fla.CharRe SRO 54-K; J. Temple's Subdivision, Section 16, Township 6 Range Contiig LiST acres more or 91.9 feet to the east line of Section East 2829.80 feet to the beginning

Fostorta, ,Ohio SRD. No. Ill: Starke, Florid SRD No. 105; I. 235 South 72'degrees 1C minutes 10 seconds U. at a point .Sut west 11S ecuh'e of existing road right a point 264.02 feet southerly of a curve concave to the southeast

\3.: UI 252 Stubs'V and along the north line of erly Est the southeast corner of said from the northeast corner of said having a radius of 5729.578 feet
Jerry Burdett 3609 Frow Avenue Es and OWNED BY: John David Diggs Section 16, thence northeasterly along said
Marion Howe R&Ug,2 degrees run
Wet 16 thence North 73
Block Section run
Address. Unknown SRO No. US: 823 Cypress Street Miami U, Fla SRD 54-K; along Souh. lie'of Blok 3, 24 minutes 51 seconds West and his wife Christener 1 Digg. (otlnln1 0.024 acres more or less, curve through an anole of 1 degree
; 130; 131 235 te nor Simon J.Temple's' SKD Xo. 64-B Bight .f of of
Graham Byrd !tarke. Florida SRD No. 1 South. Wet 21 feet -to thePointi of Beginning of ellusiv existing road right 30 minutes 32 seconds a distance
Raymond Howe Anna Taccia EuWiTtekm Tat par war. 150,90 feet to the north line of said
f".dtnct said centerline, said point being the
Starke. Florida SRD NO 132 i ., ., P 4 of SEtf of Section OWNED BY Bradford Furniture 1690.13 feet
823. Cypress ulft2 6 feet to the beginning of curve concave the : Section JO at a point
Steet
Mildred Byrd I / 'SRD No. SlID 81.'S Sea- a t 16, Township 6 South, Range 22
Starke. ; na n-i the right of way Et Corporation easterly from the northwest corner
1 ot having radius of
132 o easterly a
Florida SliD NO. ary
.
149.1 and all of the NE
Sake Fred portion
Charley E. Johns Airline at a point I IJOO.fet from tangent tat SITBJECT. TO: Mortgage recorded of BPM 'Section 10. .
R Carradine 1 I Starke, Florida SRD No. 189; Route i V beard from ,RUro of the fet tbenc degrees a bg NE% of t of Section 16, Town in Book 40, at page 1.In. favor of S. Contaminsr O.SJ5 acres more cr lees,

nO-i Starke, Fla. SRI 57-K !of'said "'rtiHraad.thence .] 3 ship 6 South Range !East K and mortgage recordedin exclusive of existing road right ofwar. .
Florida SRD NO. 133: frondsBast -run Srjl.
Hazel Tanner 'cl 'norry' lying west ( and S5 feet
Lwtey. 140 Homer H. Jones 17 degrees 43 mm- I 9 wit page 310 held by Bank .
run said a I 'i
Worrell Carradine 6C43 Syrlnga LaneJacksonville _, Rue 1Lwtey 50, seconds West and along the I angle cr degrees minutes 12 nt and east of and feet of of Pllm Beach and Trust Company; OWNED BY: Ollie. Luevenia Elling
SliD No. 40; Fin SRD ;Ies railroad I % the survey line of State Road 200, .
Book 6. at
lt-i of said and Mortiraee recorded in ton.
Route 1 Fi boundary distance feet to the
Florida SRD NO. 139: 1; 43-R;_44; V 317 S Talner westerly right of way..fordistance of 8111 end ends a turv o UO.1 Section 2801 (114) '01. said survey Pare 333 held by Arnold Construction gilD !C.. s$ Bight *f Way
Lwtey 140 Minnie B. Jones boundary o s a bugnt line being described aa follows: Company, That part if: ,
6643 Syrlnga Lane Lawtey, Fla SRD 164-K fet t the norhery degrees a cure concave the Beginning on the south line of Sec SRn nf EU itt
north76 .
August CasMato run : > of Way From southwest corner
thepce k radius of 11459.16 run
SRD No. 40 Dave Saps hiving 22 1 BICl
3)2 South vest,Blvd.. Jacksonville, Fla 4! 4I-K--44 317: Route .r V V Stt Weal fclong the no- thence .northeasterly along fet ton 16. Township 6 South.Range; That "f WV4 of NWVJ of Section 10 TownshiPS
rre westerlyfrom
Vneln4.New Jersey SlID No. 16: Hoyt Jones ; ; Lawtey. Fla. ,SkID V 168 erly boundary SSJ Street through.a total central angle of 2 de- at the a point 17,8 feet cf said sec A tract of land 250 feet eat and South. Range 22 East and thence
lot said Point cmer west and 597.5 feet north and south Enrt aloni" South edge
; to run
10 .of 874.59 27 minutes 1! seconds a distance
Caroline Clmto 2653 Allentown Walnut Pennsylvania Street SlID No. Route Florence 1Lawtey. Tanner dtanc ,\ beta)fet?, of Blok 3, ge feet to a point at the end Of ton minutes 16, run 09 thence Nor 1 degrees feet in, the northeest signer *f. SEV4 of ,>fk MM gw% ef 2''W4a! distance of

S12 295 Fla. saD 168 gnmg\1 West and 40,6. and the end of said left f Es 11.1 VF44 of xm$ !Iv.,wes of State 55* 9 feet to east ee of rlirht of way
Vlneland. New Jersey SRD No. 26; May Underwood Jones Elsie ,ThorntonStarke. Sot Block 3 Sut Range 2 West 'ace sId re said point 'being de to the beginning a cue enc tote of Hi nway ZOO of 16, TownshIp nf state Highway N' U: thence run
106; 107 200, and cnterine westerly having a I Smrth. Range 22 East northeasterly ,ajone the ea't ued'e ofaM
Fla.
2C5: Walnut Street SRD 17, 28. 29 lying East of altat'1r Station '
Anthony (X.Cermenaro Allentown, Pennsylvania No Harold T. Thornton ; f.Bted =4 St-lge site -of a State-tuey U Section 5,58 fet run thence nsrtheaster-total lynt"t of and within 55 feet ff rteM of war of esid State Highway -
SR n.I-I35 through a
Starke.Florida SRD No. 25-K curve
Stake. Fla. SRD 27, 28, % ) 201. run thence for pur- } of 46 In. of State Road 200 a distance of 300 ft to a stake ass
I.Arena Permenaro Kayo Investment Company Bernice Toole Jn 'no.o ,and aR that of North II de siute cent angle 5 degrees minutes .tion 2 ROI ) 201, sai-i survey nolnt of u'umme'wem.nt: thence conthiiie -
Starke. Florida SRD NO. 25-K east rfern' of 576 67 feet to the end of
0
; 150 1 West lire tin"e described aft : :. northeat.rlv slang said V.at
John
Eliia c/o A. Coughlin Sligh-Avenue nart of Block 4 South -Range n 09 seconds nUlfet -fo'TWI
Chandler Est sid curve, run thence North 10 degrees P.eeInni"g nn the froth edy of 'uild rirrt nf of a1d highway -
Richmond 12430 Northeast 7th Avenue Tampa Fla. SRD 198 rymev north of Sapn'Street' m 'S3. beginning,of _concave 49 minutes seconds Rtln w y n
Florida Helrhts SRD' NO. 54-R; North Miami. Florida SRD No 18Blanche Everett Toole ., J. Hple'.' Subdivtsirn .as' per plt to the westerly having a radius 2706.49 feet to the O beginning E 16. Town"hin I South. a dist'nce o' SJA feet to land nw
2J5 King 1501 Sligk*Avenue V < thereof, in .Deed Book C of 5729.57feet.. thence northeasterly .s tt a point 1373.87 feet westerly ,1w,el by Doris M. Mil'er: thence rune
Henrietta Chandler 3450 Southwest 9tft Avenue. Tampa FH. __ _SKD 198 thereof' W the current. along T through a,, curve concave to the easterly 'having ''f the soi'yiWTt. ( .. of Mid south fto' 'andsT

Richmond Heights, MiamI Florida SRD No. 198 Ena if living and i YBfHU ; Comity. TTorM% total whtral s of 5 dee 46 a radius of 5U1 feet, run thnCe 16. run tflule North Ijs nei ',ow 'owned JMM, Tlojla M- Miller a
King the unknown heirs, Ftto northeasterly si curve throg 35 Fe'- 'n"* East *totn of 4H11 foot to a point
'Florida 50 _
SRD 54-K: decese. lying East minutes a (! of 576.17 feet to
No Z35 J450 Southwest nth Avenue vIeea ador other Cimant the> survey ad, of wh Se fe 206 f, the end of sad sa curve, run thence I an seconds angle a of 9 de 0 mlnute feet 11,1 feet to the beelnufne of acre which < 205 fet north of south edge

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eide M WH SE'4 of Jfwif last Injg. tUke, let fa the &L rlgfit it i d stahc4 cf 491.32 feet tb an Iron! thence northJS d'ekrees "Ornl'ite East it a :point J6.S3 !eeteaefebl j mInuted3'ccft&3nt'14'Thettmf! 'SR1.t6I-1t1lltht ..tWayV tr'.y Along said tune &through a total. .
aUesa& ; thttuCe tun .weaUuiy i3.JJ Way. Hn<5 ot State R6adNoO (forn O'> st kef run theikfe Sourt M detteei 03 seconds East 2Ttl.78, feet to the from the southwest -tortier V of V bald'thencfeNorih,16 degrees' 32 iuinatva | That, pact tif: V V U.UU.U0-# .u& 4.i $' .'
(eel to H s'Uge on the east edfe <.(] State Road li), ihenC.4 nft| h 05 minutes east an4 ) tofthe | begmnine bt &"citVr.oue* & to the Section -iwtun alienee J' orth .31 >ife'rres u. sectnoU ,alan Iti .to feat to. the Oitu acre in southwest corner of iuc4 45 tev>.nvls a db.tsuj.e oi LV< V jilutt
right of way ot siiV State /iinwjywu.th & 'degrees 4minut w'ejt and [9n8 ea\.terfy. botmai'rV ft Licthw a seuthet rly hah1I'i11US bf763S 97 raihoted' 08 seconds Eat north line of said Section 25, -at a I iLot5 West JJailway in Woodlawn to the. end of KLKI cuue, ru.ithence
fiut is Uebr hiled.'aoovd heaela Statef.Aet ci tanc-e of. 13 j feet to An IroiL slakd .437.ffcet. jiMtheiieetortIkkter 20<66.54 feet to -the 'Polpt of Begin* point 581.J. feet westerly from, the Subdivision.; Section 13. Township i North 4t ojegittr *9 iuiaat s
ai point of cuui'meuvemvnl. k'wd on the southerly bdanaanr.ofsaid. ly alpng aaid curve th oujh ,s total hlng .f, -westlarit enterlln said northeast corner of slid Section 23.V South, Range 22 Last, accordiu to .f seconds East U4e.eo taet lo tile
1na.s.ar> )cat d if jf 6t ri W itMVfc V being- the beginning ALSO a map of Woodlaun. which said beginning of a curve, cyniave to the
A' lltyt&&euPtepfit pokh lectfon; run thence tiorjh' ?9. degrees central tasre of ,15 degrees 02 ,mini point a curye : map
and W& yf o] NWji M. isreea if minutes, wesl.for a 4is- east along the southerly boundary flies a distance' 200t.41'teet to the Concave to, the northwesterly having | That >part of; reconed upon the Public Records easterly having a radius of. iiiS-JS
&$l,9.I ownanju and Kajuse.iyjui Eait o< lbnc run noxth i2, degrees O.mm* feet to- point Jrf, begh nhig; r degrees07 rolntitei 08 second* aithgSAld i-urve, through ;west of. Seaboard Railroad; LES$ 9aerCe Book 1. Page 1. V saia curve through an angle of 3 degrees
.ud .uib.ij teei the jturyey Utes .east |or a distance< ,o( 439.2 feet lying west or afii"-wil ln 55. feet ;:East"7iJ6 feet to'-the.'e4st line Jot a'totat.central angle'of 14de.reea3d.i1uiteL01 | to Jane Byrdt LKiSS t-acres i lying easterly o'f and within 55 la minutes .47 aScends a dw-
1Ut oX. fctatfe hoi 200 euion ZV1 4 ,said Jrtn stake at said point of pjt ,tha. present centerline' of stat [ said Section 34. ut a.poln 0 .i'! et *" Ccide 1 .distance, Mi to R. t; .BUht-hard, "all being ja feet of the survey line of State Road lance of 326.31 left to the north line
(il4).201.. s4id-urvey line being aebtriiiejl ueglng, RUd. 2fiU, SecUoa 2$01(1M)101 bald southerly;. fr6ni the, northeast. dorner 49J6.67,(eetto\th&.pd of.saldcurye J Section 23", .Townphip 5 S'outn,. Range iOO. Section ,2861 '114.1 ?01t said4uiv'ey of said Section 12 at a point 1366.19feet
,as, follows.i i .V.ylng 1get.i4y VV < t *4 ,wn $5 ceuterljne being Described as follows; ; of, Safd. Secjioh '34, JndTcenterline of .west lne, for .purpo&e ,' ?2VasL. .. line being desciibef as fol- easterly from the northwest corner
beainpute 9ILeV.eo4 inq c- feet of1ieuryey.1iiia of Stale Road V Beginning;oa the-south line of the V .ContaiBim; 1.150 .acjes, hjb're oress of.reference' nm thence *outfei73degrei lying westerly, okn& within H9 *W8t of said Section 1!.
tkn.iu. 1 own*tup South-.RaiiW 22at ": & iniauUi .53 secoBds East kept'V th' line.vcf 'State. Road rBeginning-, the line of V Containing 1.041 acres more cr less
to. Section 280J(114)201. Bald. mveyjine > NEi of.NE i of .Section 16, :Tpwnkhip exclusive of exi&tingroad -right.cf ( ? u/vey, south. otwaf
.Labt A poI4U. 41V.1I ieel being described as foUows: I South..JangepIn.t ,2iEast at, a wayr" ,... t VV .t *9 fjeCrun th nca north 1ft degrees J00,. Section 28Qt till 201. between Section 14.' Township 5 South, Range exclusive of V existing road right
Lrow. euW.P wst 4Vr3Lt )Lj Vectw Beeinnlng on the soOth ibis of Sec- $19,67' feet. westerly from,. ibesoulh ;OWKEJppY; .Charles R. Klieri .2 niliiines01 ascends-Eagt J04f Survey .lJne. SWtIc.p4 4,12r7.7B and .22'East at a pQtnt>tjLJte{ >t westerly L. his
,1O.' *uu iHWjt btin&j.on., >U>e Uon:3, TownahiJ) .( MXof a carve tvncave 10 j.ne -southetibteriy East, at a point 1690.13.feet easterly Vf said Section 16, run. thence North [ /SJVBJCTTcj1ortgage recorded at I,a fVlltJIflt.2980.8. feet..easterly ifrorn Khe, 'and subey .line stationbelng. Section 14, ryd thence Vorth 16,degrees Mamie preen. .- V
Right
having jt cauiu* ut .072.Mil 4 from' ..the.. southwest cornier of said JO degrees 4? minutes {9 seconds Uj book 24j at. .page> 201: in .fawifcf the. northwest ctfmer of said Section deprived as..follows:. 32 .uLeso1.Vepon5 East SRI No. US; t l of Way
lett. Uieuce ruu it la.itui beui..l ,; Sec-lion 3. said point being on the East lU2S,0 .feet-to thebgim\lngpf i Michael TownsentJ'-.and' his.'wife',Edna f4i 'V V V 'BegUinjng.cn, Lhe.VsquthJineV o f Section J34tj3.! feet:,tc the, beginning ,of ,a That part of; .
Of .ftorth.' 23 UJlbUv Urt-uue 2 arc of A curve cd 5nca'\e to' the easter a curve concave to'the easterly having Tewnsend. if litifig r'and If deceased, "ALSOlyulg :- ., 2,3.( TownaWp4,Sath1: Raug* 12 ur>e jconcave.io.the' sterly, having ,.iot 40, |lu. Section!, Township 5
bwmrta Haul lUa nicriUri'jrU.i..u; ly haying radio* of S72J.M8 feet, a radiusof 2148.59'f ly ftiong-aaui cui >e< ii.ivJoa .n angle thehre from a tangent bearing of northeasterly.along calf ourve-through others claimantsunder: said JtlctiaeliTownsend the'centerline'of-the eaStlatie V trow,the southwest.. oorner ,of rsald jipj-U? and northwecterlv as lT plat thereof recorded
of 1 uegree il liLu cd' A. & -l worth 11 'degrees )glnlnnes 40 seconds a tctal central angle Of 20 degrees ,* and. Edna' Thwnseftd TUid c* SUte Road 2 0i Section 281 (114) Seetionh.23, ..run-..thence lerth 16 distance (,rIh.li iJTi t3 tT.U East run northeasterly along 04 minutes a instance of 752.H9 feet >mortgage recorded' 'in Bobk 11 "at 801" between the south' line1 bf parent 31 jninnte, 07. seconds East ,if 42 degrees 1> minutes .20 seconds public records of Bradford
ot tutia curve. luii tli-.ice 1 0114 2iOtfetetS said curvethrotigtt an ttigle-of { de- ta hte end of s2id-curve, ran thence Page H-48 in- favor ofVioifc Hfg ns, tract and-thj'Intersec'tioh of the'west Z95S.IO fret tOi-a point designated as a <"ifctan<*,of.648.54 feet to,the east County, Florida,
4S ihiUlUt's ..' sei'Oiifi, i v-t *rees 21 minutes 2! st-cohdS 6. distance north. 30 degrees 53 minutes OJ'seconds' Isabelle Smith. .Filna' M. 'Ddtxfie, I railroad krtght of way line and ((2) survey tine Station 4 12--| 7.70, run ''ine.pf saidSeitirtt 14 (west line .of Jyiug (1) westerly ot and within
SU.bti feet to JlteLeJ.'yi.Jljl ui a of 444.10 foet tS the end of East'240.14 feet to the Beginning i Dorothy Fnerstv Mildred Gene, Thelma feaRterty bt. ahd to'.the west 'Tatlroad thence .Nrrth 16 degrees 32 mInutes $Action 13 Township j South,. Range 129. feet of the survey line of State
curve voluble to the Westery hiiu. said curve. run thence North V 16 de- of acttrve fconcave" to the we'steK.y SimpbOn/ Bryant 'Arthur BuMelt, right of -way nni' bfetw-efeit'-fhe inter- AT.seconds East 17U.9O feet to the :y: East). aLa noint 19K.37 feet Read. 200. Section ,2801 .(114) 201
a radius of.572y.a<8 Jeet. run .Uieiuenortheasteily # prws 05 mihut&A 08 s'ecchds Last having a .radhis Df'5729.5.78 fet.'run WllmaRivers; AUstiiT R. BIIrt1It. a ction oLwest railrfad right-of-way north line of .said-Section 23; at 'a mrtherly fronj the southwest corner between the south line of parcel describe -
,along' said curve through 50 93 J 7 feet trf the north line of said thence northeasterly aidng; sdild curve Reatha D. llercer,' and "Jerry BUrOtt. nie'nnthe'eastrlght' bfjway line point 561.2 feet westerly front the f aid S.H-tipn 12. thence from a *? above and survey line Station
tola) central angle of II degrees Section 3 at a point 691 feet easterly through a fetal:central angle of 20 of tate Road, 200 and the north line northeast scorner of said Sectlot 23, 'angent bearing of Nrrth 4 degrees 505-1-50.00 and (2) lying westerly of
41 minutes 19, seconds a distance of from the northwest corner of >NEU degrees 45 tnirintes 01 seconds 'a RD V*. US RIght of Way of parent tract. Said centerline being Containing 3.132J acres more rr lesp.excldsive '2 minutes 47 .seconds East continue end within 119 feet of said survey
1170.0 feet to the end of said curve. of feafd Sectlort V 8. V distance of 2075.p feei ;to he end of That part"of: T '. .described as follows: of existing road fight of northerly along* '#kl carve through line between survey line Station
run thence North 40 .degiees OS minutes Coritamint p.J97 crea more or less, said curve bin thence north .iO degrees E'of NE .of Section ,V 34, row Commence on- the south line of,Section war.- V V in. angle of 6 degrees 11 minutes 55 505-1-50.00 and the north line vf
OS seconds East 2s29. 0 feet to seconds Eafet V OWNED BY: B. E. Reddifch and :econds a distance of 326.24 feet parcel described above and (3) lying
exclusive of existing road right of 08 minutes 08 shIp 5 South; Range 22.East. ,, 29V Township L South Range: 22 to
the beginning of a. curve concave to V 2795.0 feet to the' belnqrng ofa lying (1)! west of and within 55 East aa point 326.85 feet easterly his Wife Ethel D. Reddish. 'he end of said curve, run thence easterly of and within 55 feet of said
the.. southeast having a radius of wiy.OWXEP BT: 'Willlani P. tooth curve cbncart to the easterly having feet an .(J) ..east of and within 119 from- the' southwest corner, of said SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded Vorth 1 degree 59 minutes 08 seconds survey line, said survey line and survey -
679.578. feet run thence northeasterly. -. and his wife. Dorothy Booth: VttIkD 4 radius of B7t9.58 fefet.-..mn thence feet of the-survey,line j of State iRoad Section 26, run thence north Sl degrees in BUok 2? at Pae 4l1,1Ia favor.. f West 3077.18 feet to the north line of follows line station being described as
along eaid carve through An angle No.* S49097; Right of Way northeasterly along said cun'e through 200? SectIon 2801 fll4)SOU said purvey 97 jninutes 0$ .seconds East Farmers Home Administration.SKD.X. .. aid Section 13 at a point MS feet :
of ,\ degrees 39 minutes 52 eeconJa 198T.34 feet .. 12ft fit hljht \ mster'y from the northwest Beginning on the south line of Section
Tbatparvt: an, angle of degrees 30 minutes 33 lthebelng described as follows; to a point, run them ; o Va7 corner *
a distance of 150.90 feet to the north .Commence at a., concrete? V monument V VV seconds s. .Ustahce ot .150.96. feet togiejiorth Beginning on" the a uth line of South. 58 degrees 53- minutes 52 sec That part of: .. V 'f said Section 13. V 12, Township 5 South Range 22
line of said Section 10 at a point set at.the northwest corner of SEUqf line of said Section 10. at Section 34; Township 5' South Range onds East 64 feet to the Point of Beginning A portion of NE'i of, NEV4 of Containing! o.101 acres more or Jess. from East at a point 8.48 feet easterly
the
1SS0.1S feet easterly from the north- from of east l 'centerltne. said Section 23; Townsfjip. .South .Ransc "tel.uslve of existing road right of southwest corner of said
SWU.of, Section. .,3. Township ,6 a paintJ69JU3 feet easterly, 22 East at a point.414.74" feet westerly : Section
.west earner of said Section, 10, South, Range 22 East,_.thence run the V northwest corner of said Section | from the southeast corner otgW pontVbeingthe beginning of a curve 22 Eastr and bp'n' ?; more .particularly 59 minutes, 1!. run OS thence seconds North 1 degree
Containing 0.144 acres more or- less, South, 3$ Agrees 52 minutes eatJqr 10. -_ of SF.y of said' Section 34 run thence $onve.to, the,, northwesterly having dejcrjb.eJasollows!| ; V V ., OWNED. :: BY; rfayel fanner and feet West J96.52
exclusive of exibting road right of a .distance 01,250.1eet to,,an Jron .Containing: O.Q30 acres more or Jess, North 16 degrees 05 minutes OJ'Sec- a rdlus.of. il,45j9.1 feet thence from ,Commence at. NE. corner of aforesaid 'A! h,, sban<1, L R. T nijei.Rll.Vic4 to to the the beginning of a curve co--
wayJWNED stake.for,a point of beginnine. thence eXclUsive of existing road right of rnds East 2761.78 feet 'toe the be- &tangent bearing ofXorth 31 degreespT"minutes,08" Section .23 .and run.thence.South! iat hljht at Way of rave 5729.58 easterly, having V a radius
feet
.Br.Paul Parker run south .76 degrees 12. minutes east way.- ,.V.Jw.1D V unntn of a curve concave- to The ceeodsVVEaSt run 89, degree. 15 minutes, Wtstf along : tpartP: V north run thence northwesterly
BJKO J q o. M Blent of Mir for a distance of 331.2V feet to an ; BY: .jdae Hammond, andlirhuabdnd I southeasterly: havIng a radius of m rtft asterly. along. (said curve the.norther'jr bouatary: thereof dm- f/orompnrfng at th? northwest ror- said, and northeasterly alpng
,2hat.iHrt of: iron stake set, In **he .west rignt. of ,31dred R.' Hammond.No.TilB .- 7659,437 feet run tienr*. northeaster. through d t (Ul central angle of 14 de- tane.of 5S6.4J feet, to. the ,*esttrly 'er ,ofJn 24, Whlwp. 5ectlon curve through a total central
angle .of
Begin at the Intersection ,pf way, line of State Road 200 (formerly bD .Right of War ly along said :curve""through') totkl grees'-Jj' minutes .seconds a distance boundary of right of way of State '.l.Tn-n.9hIl., 5. Snjifh Range 22 East'fl&Vtfl..0Uth seconds 18 .degrees 28 minute {\
Stale .ttoad NrerJ 02 Vnnutes \ of 2916 tl fiset vto the, end 'of .CraA-No. ZOOj.run, thvnce South V 17 ajonz, ihe.East.sidp the a distance, ft 1847.92 fee to
traded road as now constructed on degrees ,43 minutes west and along (1)jW% of WE. 4 of.SEH. and dlstahre-Df 004:44reef.: t 'tfie said curve' and east lane centerline, degrees 19 minutes West along sah' tletIcjiVt 5)t ,way nf State Rnwd '.orth end of said curve run {henqe
the south line of the Nft of the SW the west right of w&YVlIflO of state Eft of.iSWi4.of. bE'4; BXCJitT par- end of .said ourve, run thence 'I Torth3t ?9s purpose,of. refecencert run hence westjytxn4ary aqdt'tane.of 1(47 ".::4 294 .feet to the point "t be- onds 16. degrt'es,9. minutes. 36 fcec-
h. pf,.Section 10, 'lownsnip 6 South, Road 200 for distance of 416.7 feet cats deeded.- to ilagyari and Crawford deereps 07 'ttilnut' 08 p pohfla "N rth, 73 degrees, 27 minutes 53eo- ftt'tG southerly hoimdTry of ri"1f -* :,pin7 frnm .saH point of beginning East 28.74 feet to a point designated
lunge Z2 tail, and run north Along to an iron stake, thence run North alt' hi Section 34, Township 5 | East lTtSS feet* t UM> juuit risht ot way line of 'State SO degrees 46 minutes. West for a South. Range.Hi E (2) Lots 56'addiljeast Sertlonm34, st a pninj' 503.4 fjet"southerly 32 minutes. sec(mU East point ifiti beginning row thertce Sooth '("> Hfhtof wy pf the.S. A. tu Rail- 505-1-50.00. continue thenca North 16
.taad Ho. U, flU feet for a point tf distance of 293.25 feet to art iron of State'Roud 200V! NH efNWU Trm fhe' northeast corner tft73.ns feet to .the. north--lin of said 89 degrees 15 mfliutes- West along saW vay.,thqee.run- North al'-nc the Veat degrees 29 minutes 36seconds East
twKUtnuc; iheute run 230 teet north stake thence run north 12 ,degrees east 'Of State Road,200V, 8% of'saTd Section 'S4, Section 26. at a j>oint-360J feeteasterly. southerly boundary a .distant of14i. H o', the.ribt; of.way of the S. A. L. 3017.11 feet to the beginning of a
-atoag. the saiu eaat right of way, 20 minutes eastl for ft distance of of 3WU of NW% an In'Section' 12, Containing' acres more? i 2rJes. V from the northwest corner of .<- feet J-iron' rtake; run tfiem'-o ''aijwuv; ,, -ft fen thence run West to the curve radius concave to. the easterly hayim
.thence south along ald rauwiy right 439.2 feet th. aid iron stake at said Township South. Range 22 East. excltisi've of Vxistfng' road* right of Said Section. !6.. V : V South, 15 dPSTven 42 minutes West a -='31 .SMe of the rieht of way f.f a of 5729.58 teat, run 4hen e
VX way_ZD feet, thence webt to the point of beginning1,' V (3) -Xfiof NWli except 34hes wa' V V .Cfinlalning 1,096 acres jnone or less V distance Of 343 02' feet tri imh stake tate Road No. IS. thenrp rim Sf-uth northeasterly along said curve through
east atd of State ROad No. 13 right lying west of and within 55 feet in nbrthest conter and EXC117'5 OWNtEj)' BY:';riU.Durban V and his fxcluslve 45f existing road right of run thence X1rtH 72derw>ik 4n'in- ,1050- ,>!.. Fast aide .r.f the ritrht rf an angle of 3 degrees li minutes 47
it way.and point of beginning (juis of the silrvey line of Stale Road 200 acres in the buUieasE orrter ret OfStte *vifeLta 5f. Purban V .way.* V utes East a cof 318.7 ffe '.sv ofState Road No. 13 to the seconds a distance of 326.31 feet to
and being 14 Section 10, 'lowushu b Stttl.n J801 ((114)201) said survey Rcild No. 1 and .except 1 icpuPlD BY:' Graham Byrd and V V OWNED BYAbner ..Yarbrpugh more or less to afnre ajl( ,we tr1y joint of berinning.V the north line of said Section 12 at a
outh, .Kange 22 jast, abd containinK line Wn ,described ,as,follows! ., acre in NW vcorner of Section 26, his V wife .MIIdred yA ( and his-wife Edna Yarbrough. in- boundary of right of way pf stafpRoid lying easterly of and within 55 point 1366.59 feet easterly from tha
& avies loire .or less, ALSO ; .{Jeginniug on the* south line Of Section TwIt: S Sbutn,' Range 22 East t (4) SV'tb Xo, 1S7:1J8 &igiit f Way -t-ompeterit V person.. tt, VV V No. 2PO rim thence North 17ilegr4's feet of the survey line cf State Road nortwest corner of baid Section 12.
Beginning at the north et>t corner 3. Township 6outh", Range V 22Eaot .? of Lot ,8 of Sevtion 13, .Township That part pi: V .. SED7\... 148 Right of Way 19" minutes Fast aljns said 200, Section 2801 (114) 201, said survey exclusive Containing 0.664 acres more or less,
of. the UV Of .Ihe KWU.of SWJi of aLa point J690.13 feet easterly 5 South Range 22 East, )lying (1) That certain tract V or parcel of V Thatpart; ofi'N1fr /- .? wegterljr boundary: thence >Totth, .,17 line being described as follows: of existing road right of
Section lu, Township i South, ItatiKe frgm the southwest corner "of fiatd west of dnd within V 55 reef 'of thesuryey.llne land containing 1 and 23/100 rarres. : qf.SBU of NW'f ot. Section degrees 19 minutes East a Wig, said Beginning on the south line of Section way.UWNED
22 K;et. :.ana run fcbuth a uibUuce Section 3..bald pvjnt.b'elng oh.lh| arc between survey line station more or lesst lying in the S% o( SWViO.f 2,V OWflShlp5 South.'Range 22 .East westerly,boundary a, di' tance ,of 450 14. Township 5 South, Range wife BY: J. L. Waters and his
of &Zi teet to a point of beginning; of a curve concave to the easterly 269-1-dO and th'e Jioitji; line ot SWVi of Section JS Township 5 excepting therefrom aU that, portionof feet .to polntrf of?Beginning, ,..... 22 East at a point 561.3 feet westerly SUBJECT, Lois A. Waters.
thence run east'a'distance of 3U teet paving a radius of. 5729.5T.& feet, svL91, SE.i! of said Section 34. also South, Range 22 Eatit. Bradford N% of J3WJ; of-NW i lying West V- lying, (1) westerly?, and within from the 'southeast corner of said TO: Mortgage recorded
to,the west right of uay uncut Stale thence from a tangent, ptaring jofNoith between .survey ,iineStation C unty. Florida, described as follows fit: .eld.State. Road No. 13 sold: to IlL eetof the purvey.Jine of Statetoad7 Section 14, run thence North 16 de- in*. Book N. 38 at.Page 442 In favor of
Rod No. it, thenc'e run southerly 11 degrees & 41tIWt.eS ..40'seqonds : 281-l-37.ia and the north line V of. SEpfVsaid.eetion ;. VV Theodore Cross, 5acreslying,..alonghe ,,200.,, Secuon iSOl (114)201 prees 32 minutes 07 seconds East Yarbrough..
along Jhe went light of way line of East runpcirIeasLeFIy afonguaiu U 34. and (2) lying: Starting from southwest V corner of | > east side: of,old State. Road, 13. betweyi 4he.South line ..of. parcel .de 1347.83 feet.to the .beginning of SRD2. ., 174 Right of Way
baid State.Read fro. 1Z. f di&iance of curve through an ,angle of ,* east .of and within 119 .feet of the Section V i26- Township- South, Range and 5acre..lymg along west, side. ofTEWIvStale scribed,above; and survey line Station curve concave to the.westerly having That part of:
iu b.7 a teet. thence run ie&t a <1U- degrees 6 minute 28 seconds a ds- survey .line of State Road 200, Section 22 East and run -east along set-tic \ Road, No.. 13 for more ; 4.2A-1-00.00. and. (23 lying westerly of a radius of 31)15.78) feet, rim Jhenge SH o; Lot 23 and Stt of Lot 24 fnWrodlawn
tani.r ie 5 feet, thence run North Lance of.444.10leet to,the end of said 2801(114)201.) said survey line line 24? feet thence north 274 feet accurate ..deacriptipns'. see public. xe- and withIn 113 feet -of said survey northeasterly, north an t northwesterly in Seetion ,1. Township V
a ,distance of 7IJ feet ti> the point of curve run thence North 16 degrees [and survey line ,stations being de- fur ia< point ,of beginning baldp"olht | ordssof BracTford-County Florida; .Ltne..t'stweeg, V survey line Station along, said curve throngh an ..angleof 5 South Range, 2:. Fist
beuwg. k cEpr 05 minutes US seconds ...East 5,093.37 iscribed a*, follows; :l being the mter&el-ton ot Eist- right, ot also except Uie. right cf.ways of Old .iSfi-l-00,00 and the north line of II.degrees 19 minutes 20 seconds lying (1) Westerly of and within
begin ajt the southwest corner of E- feet to the north line of said Section i Beginning on the south line of SW- j way of Old State Road No. 13 ,U>,orrn State Road. No. 13; now State Road parcel-described above, V a distance of, ((148.54 feet to the east 119 feet of and (2r Easterly of and
\t 01 AW il of SW'l of Section 10 3 at a point 891 Jet t. easterly from V4 of $E 'of said Section- 34 at a, side of present dirt road)',: .thence | Np. IJWth* Seaboard Airline.RaHway JJeginning on. the south line of line of said. Station-14, (west line of within .55 feet of the survey 2801 line ef
'lownbhip 6 South. Range 22 Eait run the north west-corner of NE' ,of said .ptint 624.74 feet westerly from the north 8 degrees 3b"m'mUleti east along' end Old Graded Road paralleling.the Section; 23, Township 5 South Range Section. 13, Township 5 South. Range State Road 200, Section ,(111)
tast-DJ.B feet to west right of way line Section 3, Containing 0.210 Acres, more rbOtttheast 'corner of SWVl Of SEW bf east side of right of way of Old Seaboard Airline Railway on the East ':33Kast.at a>pomt-2960.8 feet easterly 12 East). aVa. point 1916.37 feet 201, said survey line being described
ut tfute. Hoad 200 thence in a northeasterly or less," exclusive1 of existing road [said Section 34,* run thence North State"ROad No. '13, 191 leet; thence V .. .. V V from the southwest corner of said northerly,from the southwest corner as follows t V V V
uirection hong said *west right of way.'OWNED 16' degrees 03 minutes 08 seconds east td West right of way ot New lying westerly ot and within 55 feet Section 23/ run thence North 16 degrees ojf ,sajd Section 13, V thence from a Beginning on the south.4ine of Septk -
rifchl of way line of State Road No.tvw BY: Joseph H. Cumber.Sr' East 1289.41 feef'to point designates State Road No.;' 13. i80 .feel, thence of the nterjuie V of the west lane. Of '3!" minutes 07 secdhds East tangent .bearing of North 4 degrees >n 12. Township 5 .South. Range
.21.0 teet. thence westerly lgl.0 ., and hitf wife Josephine A U umber as survey line station 269>--00| scuth 35 degreed 30, njfnutes ..wegtatodg State Jtaid ?tfQSection.J801 (U4) K3474.86 feet to a point designated 12 minute 47 seconds, East continue 22 East at a point 8.48 feet easterly said
ftt, thence South i5U9 feet to point V continue thence horth 16 degreeS' 05 west right .of way orw State 201,. said centerline being described surrey line Station' 428-1-00.00, continue northerly along said curve through from the southwest corner of ,
oi eginnuig and lyiiie 1A southwest SUBJECT TO: Lease recorded hi [minutes 08 seconds East 1237.15 feet Ro t. Nb. 13 to present djrt .road ,29! as. foUowsr: 'V V > therice Ntfrth 16 degrees 32 aa angle of 6 degrees .11 minutes 55 Section 12, run thence North, 1 degree
corner' of K%' of N Wtf' Of SW i ofSection Bookat page 333 In favor of to ft tiolnt 'designated ge' 'stirvey 'line feet, thence north J2 4egrte, wett Commence pn the south? line of. Section minutes 07 seConds East 1J.S.60 feet seec'ndsadistaneeof 326.24 feet to 59 minutes 08 serondfe West 296-32
10, 'Township C South, Range Freeman Register, Sr.. and his wife Station 281-1-37.15, continue therice along horth bide of Jlrt, ro id t 167 ,26. Townshjp 5 South. Range4 J2 on the north line of said .Section I?, the end of said curve, run thence North feet to the beginning of a. curve.con
22 Kast. lying (1) westerly Alice Rellater, north 16 degrees 05 minutes. 08. seconds feet to point beginning, V East fit, -a point 26.8SLfeet' easterly at a point 561.2 feet .westerly from 1 degre9 minute 08 seconds West cave to the easterly having a ra'Uus
of and within 55 feet and pCCllWEU BYr.Jajnes M. Hill East 235.22feet to _the begin- lying west of and within ,55 feet from the southwest corner, of., said the northeast corner of said Section 3077.18 feet to the north line of said of 5729.58 feet, run thence north
(*> lying eatterly of atid within! SBO 5o. 1Oi.R1ghi of )ViIi ding 6! a cilrve cohcavi to the V eAsterly of the .survey Une of State Road 200.Section Section J6(_ run thence North. 31 degrees 23. Section 13-at a point8.48 feet easterly westerly, north and northeasterly
129 feet of the centerline ifpreboiit T.h"t Part of: ; V having a radius of 7639.437 feet. 2801(114)201. ,ifaaid survey 07 minutes 08 seconds.: East Containing 0 .SJl.acrea inoreor. less, from the northwest corner of said along said curve through a total central
State Road 200 Section 2SD1 ,Soutfi, 66(1( fetot SEU ot NW% iunnthence. .northeasterly klbrig skid line .being Described.,as,follows: f 86.54.feetito-the. pot$ of.Beginning exclusive of existing road right of Section 13* ...MCrntaming angle of 18 degrees 28 minutes
(114)201, said cehterune being des- and South .66d feet of SWy ,pf NE(4( curve through 4 total central angle ,Beginning,.on the south line of of ,wet iUne centerline, said 'point way ? V. ? 0.037acres more or less, 44 seconds a distance of 1847.92 feet
I110uU .& ZbI4UWbtwnm&TUn ? East Of State Road No. IS and .West of 15. degrees 02 minutes a distance Section 26, Township 5 South, Range being the beginning of a. curve concave f.QWQ .TAIbm..Sappenfield exclusive ef existing road right of to the end of said Curve, run thence
the south line of tneot of S. A I* Railway Jn' Section ,3.Townhlp of 2004,4 feet .to the end "of V said 22 East at a point, 326.85..f easterly tr* northwesterly having a radius ana hj s .wife. Ruby. Sappenfield. North 16 degrees 29 minutes 36 sec
4 'tik t Section 16, To'wn- e. utH.rRarige *2E4s(, curve, ,run inence North 31 degrees ,from the southwest corner of said of 11,459.16 feet, run thence north SUBJECT TO; Mortgage ..reeorddipiok way.OWNED BY: Dave Tanner and his onds East 3045.85 feet to the beginning
b14lb k bouiu, Kante 22 lAs at a lying featrly of .and .withta ..J19 07 minutes Q8 seconds East 374.96 I Section ..26.. run Umnce'North< 31 degrees easterly along said curve through a 3$. at jjage.J8a. .Mortgage wife Florence' Tanner. of a, curve concave to the easterly
IJuwt 11M.b< teet ufcbterly iivin the feet of the survey line pf State Road feet to the east line of said, Section .07 minutes .08 seconds East trtalicentralangle ofV 14 degrees 35 recorded ip..Rovk,29atPage.4. iq bKD No. 169 Bight of Way having a radius of 5729.58 feet,
uuuitak comet of NLt of iVi ',1 ot 20M. Section, 2801(114)201) said survey 34.. ata.point os.4 feet V southerly 2624.73 feeL to the beginning of a minutes 01 seconds., a distance, of favor of Acme United Life. Insurance V That part of: run thence northeasterly along said
Mia becuotj in; run intiiLfe lioita 10 follows said the end of said,curve Lot Woodlawn Subdivision curve through an angle of degrees
line. being described as : from the northeast corner of Sec curve concave jtoi the-, northwesterly 2916.67 feet to Company. S 21 of vfS26.J
uctruta 4 a luiuuicd OH MJCOUUS ilastlvi Beginning, on the south.line_of SeoUon lion 3 4.. hating a.radJu* of 7ttS.9.4X7 feet tan iiml t venterIun V of, west lane tor. purpose SKU >.. I50-R; 167 Right ef Way | according to plat recorded in Plat 15 minutes 47 seconds north a distance of said
r\ia\ leet t* tile beginning of a 3Township. Scuth, Jtange. 22Ea .ALSDVV VV thence northeasterly along said cur e of reference .run thence. South V That part of.: Book 1, Page 1 of the public records t feet to the line
cur e .cone*veto tne eabitny aavidgaraiiius >t at a point 1690.13.. feet easterly V A parcel V of land in Section 26.: ,through, -an angle .of 3 degrees 55 73 degrees.27 minutes,53 aecoiiJs East ...The NEtS of ,SEU of Section 14. of Bradford County, Florida in $eo Section 12 .t a point 1366.59 feet cf
the'northwest
u 214s. feet, run thtiicenorUiAaaierly from the southwest corner of said Township 6, South. .Range 22 East, minutes 49 seconds a distance of j 20 feet run thence North 16. degrees Township a V South, RaBge 22.East,. thin 11. Township 5, South, Range easterly from li corner
along taia curve through Section 3, said point.being n the arc as described -above,. V V V V 524.05-.feet to the north line:of SW i 32 minutes ,Q7, seconds East 980-27 V lying westerly, of .and within -.119 22 East said Section more less
a V total, ctaicral 'artg.e of ZU aegreesVI of ,a curve concave to. the easterly lying- westerly of and within 55 of said Sectioh 26, at a1 point 676.4 feet to the.nprtn line, of said Section feet of the. survey lin .of,State Road lying'..westerly of and within 19 Containing 0.5.03. acres road or of,
Wiiiutua a dlbtancb' of 7 2.43 feet having a radius .of 5729.578 feet, feet of the-centwline cf the.west lane feet 'vrebteny from the1 northtaif corner S6; at .a.' point. 2960.8 feet' easterly 200, Section- 2801 (114)-20t; said-eurvey _feet of the survey line of $tate Road exclusive of existing right
to the eiiif ot Bdlu curve ruh theUcehofin thence from a V tangent bearIng of State Road Section,2801(114)- *-SW'/i 0f saia Section: 26. VV frortf the-northwest 'corner of said line being described as follows- I Oo; eiton 2801, (114)', 201..said survey.jme way VVV. V Agatha Dorothy Rid-
liu Utigrecs is minutes 09 tecVUUN of North 11 degree 38 201,! 'Bald cfcnteriine being described -' Containing 0.OZS acres, _inorej or Section- 26,< V V t Beginning on the 'south tine ef .being described as. follow: OWNED BY; husband Frank
t4 tat Iiv.14 feet to' tlte btkuiuihgut minutes 40 seconds East run ..north as follows: V less;: exclusive'of existing read right A1SO V VV Section-14. Township--South Range ..Beguiniug.on the south line of Section icy Dineen and her ,
a, curve L-oiicalfe tU uie uebltir.y easterly along said curve through an Beginning on the south line of said "of way.' V .V rj'Uigt easterly- and to tne V west 12 East at a point 561.2 feet westerly 12., Township V5 .South, Range 22 Uineen. f
keVMi,4I raeiCb t't aiZi.iit feet run angle of 4 degrees 26 minute's 28 Section 21, at a point 326.85 feet OWNED BY: George Estes and railroad right fway line of.the.ten- from the southeast corner of VV Said East at a point 8.48 feet easterly from sttl Ao. 175-B Bight ef May
Uuuiuw nortneasteny aionf saia curve second* a distance ot 444.10 feet, to easterly from the southwest corder his wife Betlina SI. Estes V lerlihe of the east-lane of*State Road Section 14. run thence North 16 -degrees the suuthwe.t corner of..said Section V lhat part of: V
Uirough .a tuutl ceiiuai uurfie of 20ucaret the' end of Said curve", run thence 61 said Section 26. ruh thence-North SUBJECT ,1OAlortgage recorded '200; S ction 2801 ,U4) 01,.said.cOri- 32 minutes 07 seconds East 12,.,run, thence-' North 1 oegree 59 NH ot Nfc of .SWH South of NW# of
4*. ouiiute bA btcouu a disJUuce North 16 'decrees OS minutes OS ecn3a 31 dtfere&i 07 tntnhte* OS'secortda-Ea-t hi Book 38 it page -339' in favor.,of lerlin being described' as.foJlowsv ( 1347.83feef td' the beginning Of a minutes 08, seconds West 296.52 feet Section 12, "township C Range
of ilOi&.tt leet to tnt euu o't &Ltd East' 5093.37 feet tb the north 2066.09 feet tb the' Point of Beginning Henry J. Kucera arid his wife Ester I* Commence onthe south line ot.SecUofaT curve concave to the westerly having Uv the begin-uJBg. a-curve concave 22 East, within
curve, run iiteiictfsorui xu a.muiuted line of saia Section 3 at a'point 691 ot west lane cehterllrte arid the be- E. Kucera x Township $, South I Ranee 22 a radius of 3015.78 feet, run thence to theo easterly, having a radius of lyuig (1) westerly of and
,b 0 seuDbhtf i abt ttt feet easterly from tfie, nortBwest corner lift]Ing of a* curve 'concave 'to tile situ N. tv1f1.t11L, of Way East at 'a point 326.85feet< easterly northeasfertf, north and northwesterly 672V.58 .eetrgj thence northwesterly 1U test of and (2) .easterly of. V add
*;t to taetbegninuig of a liirye con- of NE't of'said Section 3, *esferly having',a" radius of.ll.45 l6 That part of: I from rtherosouthwest..corner ot. said along s'ald curve through in angle north and northeabteny along said within 55 feet of the burvey.line of
cuva, to the easterly n ot 0iZ.Sss teei. run' tneiice northewter exclusive .of existing road right of feaid curve"throuh fca to&l t &ntrtangle' the .south lute of Section-is,'.Township grees 07 minutes 08 seconds East Distance of, 648.51 feet.to the east of 18 degrees 28 minutes 44 seconds VII, said survey line being described
&y( along.vaid tdrve tnrough an Wfl y. of'W14r' degrees 53 miriutes'' $1s'eco'nds 5 ., South, Range,. 22 East lnerseets 1987.341 feeif,4o point, nitv thence line of.said Section.14. (w.est line ot.Section a distance of 1847.92 teet to the end as t&liows V
lOigie of .t "otgrtea Jo midutes 33 fiec- OWKED .QTi Ijfgelo llell ind his a. distance" of 2916.67 ,,feet the, ,west, line of the-'right 'of way SdiftR 58 onus a distance ot lau.au feet to.Uife wife Mary.,. Ie.11 .rMKD to the end ,of said curve, run thence, of S. .%.. L.- Railwaythence-run ..northieriy Eh* 64..f etothe.9ufl0f ,JBe-''r2? Etit)/- ,t a.pol.u,>, ni6.37 foCI degrees 29 minutes 06 seconds Eaut tion -lottiislup a South Range 22u
north line of 'taicf SJfctiori IB, at apumt No. 106107t< Blght.of Way north 16' degrees 32 minutes 07 second along the webt liae of.eaid Rail ginning of east lane centerline, ,f aid northerly froin the Southwest corner 3045.85 feet to the beginning of acurve .tst at a point 8.48 Lest eosuuiymm
leuu.13 feet easterly trum the That partjof: > V .Jiast 229.$8feet to..theb"e. inning way fig.bt ,ot way for a distance of42tf point being the beginning a curia if-said gecj.ion43tffie.uce from a. tangent concave to the ttteny having the southwest curser of fcad
aenhveai comer of said Section 10 _.The north US yards V o( JIE% .of of a purve concave to the', easterly feet to a point -of' beginning, tcdncatfe to thej northwesterly| having .bearing. ,fNorth 4 v egrers.V.12 a radius of 5729.5 feet, run thence section 12, run thence North 1 V degiee -
Containing 0.38 atres niore or lebi, S\VH that, lies east ot $tate toad ha.vmg a .radius, pt. 8,1.9.71 feet thence,,run west'to the eastfrigHt ot a radius of 11,459.16 feet.thence,from minutes47.. seconds. East, continue, uortneaaleriy aling said curve through a9 minutes Ob Seconds \\iiat
exclusive ot eiBUnk road right of Xol 200in Section -Township S run .fhence northeasterly a long said way lineof State Roth 200 iU. S, tangent bearing tf North 31 Degrees northerly along, s.id urvan t4i.rqul [an ahgle ot 3 degrees li minutes 47setohUii iJ0.52 feet to the beginning having of ,a
way. V South, Range 22 East; V curve through a total central angle 301) thence, run Southerly "along the 07" minutes 8 seconds East" run angle f &.degrees lMconda. \ m4i4Ut.e6aa a distance of 326.31 feet to curve concave to the easterly
urt'NED BY Jchn A. ShadJ. Sr., lying east of ,and. within 19 feet of 3degrees.0 mInuts03seeonds a east line1 ofsaid State Road.-20(1( fIr f northeasterly along' said curethrouzhja a..diatauct-1of Z6.Z4 fe4fo the northlme of said Section 12. at a radius of 5729..,8 teat, run thence
ii.nd.his .wife Mildred K. SllaUd of the survey line of State.RoJ.200ccfion distance.of 262.28.: feet- tothe end of distance. of 240 feet thence nln total central angle of 14 degrees 35ifiiniltes the end of saId curvt,. run ttieus point. 1.66.ill fee easterly from the iurtliweeterly1. north and northeasterly
$tIVJ .I*. C ,Aint 01 Uaj 01(114)201.. said survey said .curve .and the,, beginning, of a easterly to" said point of ginritng, '01seconds' -distance of NoKh'l degree-9 minutes e bectiWe iltrwet. >j.t coiner. ot said Section 12.'ontaming along said curve through a totaL
htrt of: line being described as.follows curve concave to the westerly having V lying easterly V of' and within'' 119 2916.67 feet to the eswuwg at the northwest corner Beginning on the south line of Sec a radius of 2819.71 feet, run feet of the survey line of "State RoJd and east lane centerline, /or purpose sam Sectiuu 13,> at u point-,8.4-JeeV exclusive, of existiiii road right of 44 seconds a oistauce ot 1&47.92 feeL
of bft ot NWW of bVvft ot Section tion 3. Township 6.South*..Range, 22 thence northeasterly along said curve 200, Settlort 28dl(114)20r safd surivcy of reference- thence ncrth73 degrees heabterry troni the northwest corner was. to the end of said curve, run thence
io,<'iowiibhip b jjonth, Haiige 22 J tat East at a pc-int 1690.13 feet easterly A distance of 263.28 feet to the end lute V being described as( follows. 27 minutes 53 seconds 0WeH 22 VOfId Section -13, r\*> VWNIJ..13V-., J. S. Eunice, Jr. and AoiUl 16 degrees 29 IiilliUtes 26 bee-
j ud run South 4 ttihtailce ut US feet trom the southwest corner of said of said curve and end of said west Beginning V oh the''south ,'line .of feet; run .thence/North,, 16. degrees 32 ilta1ning 2.109 acres more ct less] wits,. Krancyb Eunice.HI owls East .Ulj.so feet to the begin
.Uience run Kast a distance of lit Sectlbh 3. said point being on the arc lade centerline, thence for: purpose Section 26t Townbhtp 5 Soith) ,: Range minutes 67-rseconds ,East, 1073,03., feet exclusive dt: existing road nghtt bdo 1.U; Right of May ning ot a curve concave to the easter
feet to the weal .ritfht of way V line ofbWU of a curve concave to the easterly 'Of reference run south 73 degrees 27 Zi: East at.a point .J26.SS feet"easterly to the north line, of said Section ,6, iiay. V V 'I baL pai t, of: ly having a radius of 5729.5$ feet said
Stale Road le. thence uoriherly having 1 radius of 5729.678 feet. minutes 53 seconds East 2 feet run from the southwest corner of said at' a' point 2SI60.S feet ea&terly. from uWNED BY: J. E. Wall and hijVite llial yoiticu of Lot 56. Woodlawn V V V run thence nol tlieaslerly aioug
along road right of way a distance thence from a tangent bearing of thence South 18 degrees 32 minutes Section: 26. run thence' north 31 degrees the northwest corner of said Section \ Hazel Wall ia-4Seciion 12,- Toum>hip 5 South, curve through an angle of 3 degrees bf
4tt 444. a feet..uience run west a.distance north 11 degrees 38 minutes 40 seconds 07 seconds West 775.42 feet to the 07 min.uteO&. seconds East 26,V V V V ttbj A>f To: Mortgage recorded luuige 22, Kkbt, lying webt of Stale la minutes 47 becouu? a distance said
of 4h6 feet to the pILaf of l>e- V East run northeasterly along north line ot said Section 26 at a 2624.73 feet, to Jhe beginning of a Containing 0.187 acres, more or leas, fn book: ;39 at Fage 3J, in favor' otvv' Uud No. Suit, (formerly State Road 2b.31 feet to the north line of
tanuig. E.CkkT, said curve through atf angle of 4 degrees point 960.8 feet easterly from the curve concave to die northeasterly exclusive of existing road right of ., K. tiickiand and his *iie, Roe Au> 13), ALSO: Section 12 at a point 13t>6.59 leet
Begin at the northwest corner of 26 minutes 28 seconds a distance uorthwett corner of said Section 26, havjng a radius f>\ 7639.437 feet, ran f ftiricklanu. . .NLMi of bii'i, of SE'4 of Section easterly from the northwest corner
Efe of NWVt'Df! SWU of Section 10. of 444.10 feet to the end ofsitE ALSO; V hence .north westerly,along said curve W&Y..b BY: Steve Starling. Jr. and .. pc iEp.BY: H. G. Slatoh attdiiar 11..Township a South Range 22 East, ot said Section 12,
Township V South, Kange 22 Kasl. curve, ruh thence North 16 de- A parcel of lend in Sections 12 and through an angle of 3 degrees 53 hi* wife-vIan.bteriJag. h's.W14. > .It. 'StilcuJanU .. also- -debcribed as Lot 20- Woodlawn, Containing O.aOb acres more or less,
run South 3tfj.O feet thence J ast trees 05 minutes .08 V seconds East IS, Towrist\ip"5 South. Range 22 East miputes 49 seconds .a distance < vf524J)5 SHD >o. 134; Hi bight ot Way Au.mtt.J4ijut et' in Section 11, lounship 5 South, exclusive ot existing road right of
aLs met to wtbt nght of way line .6095.37 feet to .the north line of saw is deacribea above, V ) feet to the north line of' SW(4of ( riliafpart-of: V 'ihat- part of; ., .. lane 22 East, according- map of way.
of .State Roau ..o. 2UO, thence in a Section 3 at a point 691 feet easterly ,lying east of and within 55 feet ,said ,Section 26 at a point 76.42 tfegin at the southeast .corner, of V Uluit pouiou of Lots 4j! Woodlawnin Woodlawn recoided in Public Records OWNED BY: Selma Eunice Clara
northerly direction along said weat from the northwest cornet of and west of.and. witbjn }1> feet of feet westerly from the northeast corner triangular Lot 1 of lovtn of Law ley, beclioii 13, Township a. .Si.uth, .of bradford County, Florida, M. Lane and her 'husband, J. A.
right of. line of State Road No. State' Road 200, Section 26 to or plat,.thereof as .iioat lyiiig .Weal. of SeaUurdAli'tiue 119 Lane,, Essie %1. Green and her husband
way of said. Section 3. .. the. survey .line of. .of SWK of said oecorMfig map iUugts-2z lying westerly of and within
200. 324.8S feet, thence West 4.5 Containing 0.515 acres? more or less, Section .2101(114)201, said : survey Containing 0.flG acres more-or less, me tame'appear* of record in the. ot> itkuiodU and east ot &Uuelioad felt otthe1 survey line of State Road B. L. Green, Eula il. Bary and
feet to point of beginning, and lying exclusive of existing road right of line being.described V as follows:' exclusive of existing road right of ticeOfthe ,1erk oft Circuit Court if No. .uu (fornieny StateKoad ZUU, Section 2&U1 (114) 201, said her husband, T. L. iurj, J. U.
in northwest corner of KH of NvYV* way. Beginning .on the w est. line ot.,Section way V Bradford County, Florida* in Peed 1 1;:),V said V Jot 4s ,numotreu .according ( survey bite being described as fol- Eunice and his wife, Gertrude
of SWtt of Section 10. Township kSouth. OWJx'CD BY-. Stanley,.A.., Miller V 13, Township. S South. Range..22 OWNED BY: F. R Carradine and! Book Ci on Page 3 and run southerly j 10. map ot VVoodiawu, winch taid lows: Eunice, J. S. Eunice, Jr. and his wife,
Range 22 East SUBJECT TO: .Mortgage recorded East at a point 1916.37 feet.northerly his 'wife Merrell Carradine along the west edge4 of State .Street map is recirded upon Uiepuoliu ,re-I iCgIduji1* bn the south line of Francys Eunice, Selma M. Norton
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lying westerly of and within ac- hi Book 38 at page 49 hi favor of from the', southwest corner- of said SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded 5r feet to' tub iH>rthwest- corner cf coros tf. liraaiord County, Horida, Section V 12,. Tottntmip S South, Range and her husbaiid, Bradley A. Norttn.bKU
feet of the. centerline of present Firfct federal, Savings and Loan. A>w- Section .13,?said point being OnVVtbe I hi Bock 27 at page49 In favor'p1 state and Jatftson"'Streets, thence 1 ALSO:: V 22 East at si point 8.48 feet easterly >o. 17K; 2.V-K RIght of flay
State Road 200. Section 2S01(114)201. elatIon of Gainesville and mortgage arc of a curve concave to the westerly Stancard Oil Company. webteriy-albng1 the. north edge of said Commencing at the northwest corner from the jSorfuiweVt corner of said That part of:
.bald centerline being described as 175 .in of 3015.57 feet, SlID llbO feet to the test Lot 25 Section 13, Lot 7 and Lot 10 West of Rood,
recorded to Botk 39 at page ji&YngV& radius No. 14S Bight of Way Jackson Street of laud in V Section i run thence North 1 degree -
foLlows: favor of August Casblato and his thence from a tangent bearing tof That part dtV VV 1Inb.f, aq. alley funning midway be- Township 3 South, Range 22 East, 5T$: nnnutes, OB seconds West Section 12, Township 5 South, Range
.Uegiunlrt* on the south line of the wife Caroline Casbiato. .- north 4 denrees 12 minutes 47 sec- A parcel 'of land iq.V the southeast V twen..Prove ad 4'Ine bttSOtVSI uteneenorttlerJy now o< ned by L. S. laniier and run I,2,90.5.}.feet.tQlhe beginning of a curve 22 East,
XKWof NEU of Section 16. township BKU >o. m-KUM UlgU of Way end &StYUn northerly along said I corner of the NW i. of SWW'.of,.Section 1 g tb 'est edg ors ld north along the east Hide of mate]conca/e.fo the easterly having a lying westerly of and within 119
C South. Range' 22: East at a point That part of: V curve through ai\. angle .of 6 degrees\ 26,< Township' St>utRange.22 feet to th' iouth lun&of salt! ROad No. 13, 105 feet theme east to]radjuk o[ .a729.s! feet run thence feet of the survey line of State Road
311.(7 feet westerly from the south SE 4 ot SWU east of State Road 11 minutes 55 seconds a distance of East arid more particularly described trungullr?Lot.! th'e'nce easterly along the right of way of S. A. L, Railway, !liorthwlbterly, ,north and northeasterly 200. Section z01.I1H described) 201, said follows survey
east corner of SIie of NE4 of said 200, cf Section 3, Township 6 South 326.24 feet to the end .'of said curve as follows the south line of saidLtit \. 1160 thence south aiong the west side of lpugild% curve through a total cen line being as
SetUun 16, run thence nOnh 10 degrees Range 22 East ruii thence North' 1 degree 59 minutes Begin at tJOVecutheast .eomer V pf feet,to poInt .of. beguming,, ala oiagonat the Eaiu right of way efhe suid'.S.1 fX8iailgleot l 18, degrees 28 minutes Beginning on the south line of-Sec-
49 minutes o seconds East lying easterly of and within 119 08 seconds West '3077.18 feet to the'NWJi ofSWU.ot Section.26 VIOL l.'of the Town.of .Lawtey. A. '1,. Runway to the northeast 'corner 44 ascends a distance of 1847.9.2 feet tint 12. Township a South, Range 22
102S.03 feet to< the beginning of a feet of the survey line StateRdad the north line of said Section 13 Township.. 5 South Range 22 East, according to(map or plat, hereof .as ,of land now owned by L. STan*. loathe end of said curve, run thence East at a point 8.48 feet easterly
curve concave to the easterly having !00.. Section 2801(114)201.) said survey (south line of Secficn 1*.' Township thence run.north.0 degrees ,11 min same-appears of record, in,the office] herr theiice west along.the.! north line] North 16 degrees 29 minutes 36 seconds from the southwest corner of said
a radios of 214S.S9 feet, run thence line being described as follows:. 5 SOuth,: Range 22 Cast), at a point utes west for 152.4 feet.to'east line .of the Clerk of Circuit Court .of4 oovyowned by L., S. Tanner to ..the1 East J04J.S5 feet to the begin Section 12, run thence North 1 degree -
northeasterly'along said curve through south line of front the southwest Road No: Bradford Klonda, -in. Peed beginning said .land lying 59 minutes 08 seconi-s West
Beginning on the 8.48 feet easterly cf right of way pf V State rG a total central angle of SO degrees Section 3. Township < South, Range comer of'said. Section 12, run thence 200. thence run south 32 degrees 17 Book Q Page 3, except-the V portion -of und being .in the southwest portion erly having a radius of 5729.58 feet, 29b.52 feet to the beginning of a
.Q4 minutes a distance of 75149 feet irEait at a point 1699.13 feet easter North 1 degree 59 minutes 08 seconds minutes west along said- east right said diagcnal Lot .1. Jyingdirectly U Lot Af Township 5 South Range run thence northeasterly along said curve concave to the easterly having
to the end of saiu curve, run thence ly from ttife southwest corner of said West 296,52 feet to' tile, beginning of way line of State Road No.' 200 south'! bf and -Adjoining the, NEf 22East, in Woodlawn as. mapped and curve through an angle of 3 degrees a radius of 5729.58 feet, run thence
north 30. degrees SI, minutes 09 t>ec.ond t-ection 3. said point being on the are 6f 4. curve concave to the easier.ly fr- lbO.6 feet thence run north 89 NW Section 23; Township 5 South] platted upon the public records. *f 15 minutes 47 seconds a distance of northwesterly, north and northeasterly
East 240.14 feet to the beginning Qf a curve concave to the easterly baying a.radus of '5729.58 V feet. degrees,40 minutes east for 97.0 feet RahgVn-Easl also the'S4 of.'NWUOf Ltradfc-County, Florida 326.31 feet to the north line of said along said curve through a total
of curve concave to the west- 5729.578 feet.lhen.ce .north arid .northeasterly the N flu of Secth nT23 Township i of and within 55 central angle of 18 degrees 28 minutes
having a radius of run, ,lnence : to point of beginning, > : tying aster>y Section 12 at a point 1366.59 feet
eriy having radius of &729.H8 feet from a tangent bearing of along said curve through "ah angle lying easterly of and within 119 South, Range'' 2J East, leet'Of tlie survey line of State Road easterly from the northwest corner 44 seconds a distance of 1847.92 feet
ruh thence northeasterly along said North 11 degrees 38 minute* ,40 seconds .ot, 18, degrees 28, minutes 44 seconds feet of, the survey line df State Road lying ("l'westerly of and within 55 too, Section 2901 lilY 201, said sur- of said Section 12, to the end of said curve, ruri thence
curve thrUigh a total central angle of .feast; ran. northeasterly. along1 'a dlstance,ol 1847.92 feef.to: hAnd 200, Section 2801 (114) 20r, said sur .feet and (2) lying.easterly"of and 20 .degrees 4S minutes 01 seconds a ijaiij jrurye throygh an Bangle oT.. rof,5ai l curve. run, thencs.Northdegrees 16 rey.Une being described* aj follows, weSttrnrlFisht.** *iy-line of pre lieslnuliig -on- the fcouth lie* of exclusive of existing road right of East 3045.85 feet to the begin
distance of 2(7S.OO feet to the end degrees .26 minutes is .seconds, a distance ; SJ. miuntea 3$,,sec 'n?*, east Beginning on the soutfi line of Section sent' State Road 260'bf the'rtntertine Section. Township S South Range ..way. ning of a curve concave to the easterly
of'ibaid curve, run thence North 10 of 444.10 feet to the end of lOii.85 feet &,jthe, bf slnnfnr.of sjcurye 2S. Township 5f: SoiitjL':Rlnstf 28, re* tire --west*laKe"-of.State V Read ,200, 22 East at -print 5(1.2 feet -*esterly 1 OWNED BY: Isabel E. Sacco V having a radios of 5721.58 feet
.Acgrees. OS minutes OS second East aid -cur>e>.,xiin..thence norjth IJ fle-- ,C9nce, to .the .southesteitIhavLng 'East at ap"6Jht '52f.85 feet 'eastejxfro'm"tne I Section 2801 (114).20l.'fei-la from the xoutheast corner of said SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded run:. thence northeasterly lit akng said
c279i4)3) feet to the- beginning of a gees OS. minutes 08 seconds. Eas a radius, c-5J29.58 feet>.run jonthwesf;" corner V of said ape,,, enterline being ,described as [Sectibn 14. riiii thence North 1C de.grees in Book, 27 at Page 455 in favor of curve through an angle' 9 degrees
c unr0 eoBcavf to theeasterly having MSJ.37 feet 1 lq the north Une Pf.said hence, northeastwlx along eaid., urxetthrottgn sectfo'n 26, rtM thence north.31" degrees' folIos: I VV St- minutes- seconds East Mry Sacco., .,. V 15 minutes 47 seconds a distance of
a radius of 5729.378 feet, run thence Section 34 at a pwJU. StJeet. asIfrly ai) angje .of 3 degree! ISmini 07 minutes S se&jnds.East '.pmmepcjn oij ipe.soUj&Tffhie iUoq 1347.83 feet to the" beginning; bf a hKD. i.J, ;! Right ef Way 326.31 feet to the northlme of said
northeasterlr atorig said curve through from the northwest (..corner of, KEUof i atea 47 seconds distance.of,iSJI 2624.73 fet to tie beginning of .acirt 2J,<.Tcn.nlp.,5: South. vB4Pge curve concave to the westerly hiving That part of i Section 12 at a Point 1366.59, ,feet
an angle of 1 degrees 30 minutes 32ec6mhj sW iSectlon-. feet to the north liae-of said Section fcdncafe i tonk. ,dqrfhwesteryhavhnk } 2l.asLat,, &polnt0604 feet easterly a rlduis 'of 3615.78$ feet, run Jthence .,SH of NWU of SWU known as easterly from the northwest corner of
a distance of 151.90 feet to Containing 2IJ3 acres jirs.nrleaL' i 12 at a. point- J366.5I fee t easterly a 'radiu'f 73.i31tetITU from the souttjwett homer,of.,said I northeasterly ncnh aqd.pprthweste'rIZ oi 4l in Woodlawn as same.ia platted said Section 12. V
'the. north line of ,said Section 10. at exclusive ,of existing road right of [from the V northwest V corner of said thence northeilsterljr along.aid .curve eeJon.J3i pin.therice" North-. 16 tde* aions'aa! ,curve throagh an angle .fav Current Public Records of Containing 2.86.3 acres more,of, less
.a point 1(90.13 feet easterly from the way... \ Section .1J. ._ V 1 through at} angleot i.degrees.VVUV mtnUtes grees325 mtnmes.' seconds Vas kof i,4egmees 19mnntes 20 seconds] Bradford County, Florida in Section exclusive of existing road right of
northwest corner ot said.,Section 10, OWNED V BY? T.J.eAlcIerUU.-ftd Containing 3.439 acres :more or 49. seconds a distanceof $2i5feet.tAhe !z4L1ete4rtoVL point,; fua. thence 'a distance of <4154. feet .to ihe. ast Township 5 South Range 22 East way V V
Comainlhg g.V76 acres more or-less, his wife' Eftie Alderman and/or E. iskacIuslVe ,tit existing road right north l1nof SWV4 cf said North 73 degrees 27 minutesJ >eec- line of iUd ctionul4 (wes t line of Also; OWNED BY: Miles J. W. Weaver
rcltbtve of existing road right of M. snverstein. V iSBd of way. V jf SectJon2SVVata point,676.42. ,ft ends:We't feet.tol.th4 *oinl..oli beghm4ngof Sec-Uoh. 13. Township, 9 South, Range The East half of northeast quarter and his wife MamieC. Weaver.
X*. US BIcKt.et Way OWNED BY:. Kayonlef Incorporated. westerly.from the.northeast corner of said w'est laM centerline 22. East). .At a., ptint 4916.37, feet of the southeast quarter of Section SUBJECT TO: Judgment recorded
'way.OWNED BY liable Magyarl and That part of: V V ed. } SWi, ef said Section J6,' V Aatd-poffit "being1 the. begnntirir'Df' a northerly .from the southwest corner Eleven. Township Five, South Range hi Book 29 at Page 171, in fav.'r wife
her; hust nd 'John V Magyar!, Jr. A panelof land in the, SEot *i. .Ittl3l131 Right t Way Containing 0,166; acres mo re-.or, less; carve5 contarvtb the.we try.| having 01, said Section 13, thence from a V Twenty-two East, of William A. Snelling and his ,
$MDVN. tl Hlcbt *f Way SE; of Section" 9, Township V South.' That part of: exclusive''of: existing road* Tight 'of 1'raahij: at-lt 5ll6-f: eV'Oienc'fr6ni tangent bearing .of. North 4 degrees V lying (1) westerly of and within Evelyn T. Snellm;. .
That pat .ots V Range 2! East, Bradford County, Thitt portion of the 8EU .of NW% way. V V i tangent Warihg of Nerttr it degrees 12 minutes 4Z second .East cqminne 129 feet and (2) easterly of and within SRI) >.. 179 of Bight of Way
All that certain portion of the SE>4 Florida, containing-! l and ittt-four of V SEH: lytagf east 'ef. State Road r OWNED BY- .Evelyn >:3Vhehm.8BD SS'mlnatef 07 sectmds EAsfrtmiftrth'easftrfy northerly alopg; said uve. -throughan 55 .feet of the survey line of State That A strip part of: land (20 feet wide
of SWU! of SEction Township 6 hiindrfrdihs (1.S4) at're8 and being No. IS. 6f.J08alsot.U. 'S. HbrhWay3dl.and.W34of X*. 147 Birkt df Wyr along said tjirvt tbrtn B a angle of 6 t'egrees 11. minutes 55rseconda. l Road- ZOO, Section 2801 (114) 201, north and south lying between
South. Range 22 East which lies *et.of more particularly described. as follows V SWi( of.TtE of r Thai part otrI tdtiif' elttM a'n re St 4 tegteas' 12 a distance ot |2f Jt feet 19 sild survey line being described as State Road No. 13 and right of way
fttfttwJy Ntt13 In1 Bradford Countl. :. SEfc,. ,of S&Uan 'it, .Township I That 'portion of S>4. of Sfl' of uunites ss wwndt Jf 'dislaiic* .pf43J7l.VfM the end of said curve, run thence ; follows: of Seaboard Airline Railroad in the
.- Fknkl*. EXCEPT. Cpmmence at the southeast 'ewnerot 5 .Sonth.,VV Range 25 Ea>t rylnK NWy !lyint wesi 4-f Seaboard AIrline f4.th efd Of raid eprvej North 1 degree 59 minute 08 seconds Beginning on the south V line of SH of XE% of W of Section 1.
Commence at' aeoncretsanonument aforementioned SaetW I for noint easterly. of and. wjfh'ln! 11 S fret Rajlwiy.of SectiorT 2*.''Towftshitf 5Sontt nd tie beginninfc t cyrfe concive West: 3t7Z.ll feet to.the north lice Section 12, Township 5, South Rang Township 5 South. Range 22 Kast.
set at.'thC tUTthwesr corner of SG4of of besinnins and run th>enc4 "KorthS < th&. urvej1 Jlne.of Stjfe'.Bokd, 290. Range* 2 febfrjptjrstfiy to the easterly )hiving i raalnij pf11455.16Jfeetirnq dL said .Sfictioa 11 at a point '.48 22 East at a point 8.48 feet easterly lying, easterly of and within 55- feet
SWU of Section 3. Township; i diffe. ., tft&V5JtU1OS WCSE alonjth Sa tkun,2SOlII1OL said uroy line 'i ofTnd within! V 5| fet thence'flonheasterra4oag feet easterly fronuthe-northwest cor ftMVthe southwest corner of said of the survey line of State Road
South. Ranee ,23 East thence run (, astarly boundarycf.sald Se<;- being, 'r'earrlhed, $ follows* tweceriterlin, infiiwst Tane of 17 said furyJhrfugh a... total ner of said Section 13. VV V Sectfci 12.. run them North 1 degree 209. Section 2801 114) 201, said
Louth 38 degrees*. 52 minutes east tlOnVs..4lstOce f ,<7Ject to. the ..jegipiIpg ciu4hb.Acu1h..linLo e- > c Biral arjgltf of .degrees 1.minuets Containing" f.lf acres mor or Iessj 59 nimutes 08 seconds West survey line being: described as follows
/or a dIstance'et35tl feet to an- Iron southerly bpuodary rot. the> rtght.Qfway'ot Vo4g.Timh1p (wth. Rn,2! 91aaiMlo 4, 56 seconds a distznceLVo4.11.feet, exclusne of 'tiisti r road right of JJ152 .feet to the beginning a :
stake for a point-of terhmlnir. thence a traded *county road;, run East at a point, SZLII ,ge.1 westlyrh1A toth-ent'of ,*ait corw end end of 'dv( VrV rune roncavr to th* easterly having Beginning on the south line nf
run South 76 degrees 12 mlnnte east thenrfj Sonth RjL.Terees V ailxiutr's VVt3tirrner.t rrth fi1 oe, said wft lane cenjerilnej for purpose f OWNEI> RY, Claude I. BarBourI a. J'sUff} 57I3.5S feet run thence Section, lr Towngnip i tjouja, Kangeoa.
for E distance .of. .83J.3. feet to. west along southerf/ ltftdy tics: 26, Township- 73ge il ,I aaf- wife,- 1tubboiM--' northwesterly, north amf northeast- ( ont4atet.4 next page] V
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PAGE TWELVE B&AJUFUUU COUNT* ,1'ELJUittAl'li. 'STAKKE, FL4JH1DA THURSDAY;JtfJfE 12, IMS _

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52 East at aPpoInt 1366.59 feet tat.1 Section line dividing Section 1.1 wife, Ida Strickland Griffin. Township 5 South' Range %.East, ed in Book 38 'at.Page 442 in favor Containing 0.667 acres more or ot a lateral ditch survey line, said Point of Beginning of said ditch

erly from the southwext corner of Township 5 South. Range Z! East SUBJECT TO; Mortgage retorde described I follows of A. N. Tarbrough.V less exclusive of existing road ditch survey line being describedas survey line, run, thence South 'dl

aid Section 1, said point being on and Section 3(, Township 4 South, in Book 6,.at Page 377. r oy Commence .on the south line of SRD N. 24 B.rr.w Pit right of way. follows: degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds West

the arc of g curve concave to the Range 2' Eat and west of State Charley i:. Johns. Section Township & South BORROW. PIT DRAIN OF OWNED BY: Angelo Melt. and Commence 'on the south line of 86.6 feet, run thence South 64 degrees -

easterly having: a radIus of S7Z9.68 Road ., 200 and being in Section SRD \..' 1M 288| 289 WOBcrrew Range East at ,a point 326.85 ST4TIO\'IK-l-MJtt( (PART LEF his wife Mary MeliSUP.JECT Section 14, Township 5 South, 58 minutes 07 seconds West

feet; thence from a tangent bear- 1. Township I South, Range 23 Pi feet easterly from the southwest Tat part oti TO: Interest, It any of Range 22 East at a point 61.Z feet 256.89 feet, run thence $outn 11

ins of North 13 degree 45 minute East. BORROW. PIT SO. AND HAUL corner of'said Section 28, run of 'SW>4 of >E'4 of Sec Jack Hodge and his wife Elisabeth westerly from the southeast corner degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds west

23 geconda East run lying westerly of and ,within 119 ROAD LEFT. OP STATION thence North 31 degrees 07 min ton 16, Township 6' South Range Hodge. of said Section 14. run thence North 620 feet run thence North 73 degrees -

along .said curve through an angleof feet of the survey line of State 1a1-. ute 08 seconds Est 3." feet East..: SRO Ne. Z33 Drainage Easement 16 degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds 55 minutes 53 seconds west
V 3 degrees 56 minutes IS seconds Road 200, Section 201 (114) ZU1, : to the beginning concave ling each' side of and LATERAL DITCH OF East 1347.83 feet to the beginning 480 feet to the Point of Beginning

a distance of 393.69 feet to the. end said survey line bfing described as SEW of .NWU ,of ME 14 of Section to the northwesterly baying a the Et>rrow" pit wihin0 STATION = ,[- .LEF. of a curve concave to the westerly of the parcel of land hereinafter

of said curve, run thence North follows: U. Township I South Range 22 radius of 7639.437 feet: run thence vey line, said drain survey Drin' line That part of: having a radius of 3015.57 feet, described, run thence North 65 degrees

21 degrees 41 minutes It seconds Beginning 'on the south line of East, described as follows: northeasterly : along said 'curve being described 'as follows: SW% of SEt (West of State run thence northeasterly and north 11 minutes 63 seconds west

East 5499.73 feet to the north line Section 1. Township Mouth. Range Commence on the east line of through an angle of'S; degrees 23 Commence. o the east line of Road ZOO), Section 34, Town along said curve through an angle 148.55 feet, run thence North 73

of said Section 1, at a point 1477.24 Z! Eat' at a point 1386.59 feet Section IS. Township 6 South. Range minutes 5 seeanJB a distance of Section 1; Township 6 South, !, ship 5 South, Range 22 East, of 13 degrees 47 minutes 09 seconds degrees 55 mintttes 53 seconds West
feet westerly from the northeast easterly from the southwest corner 22 East at a point 264.02 feet 1253.20 feet run thence South a Range Est'a a point 264.92 left of and within 30 a distance of 725.57 feet to the 33 feet more or less to the west

corner of said Seton 1. of said Section 1, said point being southerly from the northeast corner I d.gree Zllnute.1 seconds feet 10utherly' the northeastcorner lying1(I) right of and within Point of Beginning of said ditch property line of parent tract, run

Containing 0.8 acre more or on the arc of a curve concave of sid Section .1 said point 1467.4 thente North 16 degrees said Section 16, said 20 feet of a lateral ditch survey purvey line, run thence South 51 thence southeasterly along said

lens, ncluiiv existing road to the easterly having a radius of being on arc of curve C6n- 20 seconds East point being on the are of a curve line, said ditch survey line being degrees 15 minutes 02 seconds East west property line 22 feet more ,or
right V 5729.58 feet thence from a tangent cave to'the southeast having a 73a feft run thence South 89 de concave, to the southeast having a described follows: 30 feet, run thence North 88 degrees less to a point 170 feet North 73
OWED BY:, R. L. Prescott. i bearing of North 19 degrees 45 radius of 5729.578 feet' thence trom minutes 12 seconds West radios of .5729.578 feet thence Commence on a the south line of 24 minutes 58 seconds East 153 degrees 55 minutes.53.seconds West

.lua Right .! War. minutes S3 seconds East run northeasterly a tangent bearing of South 19 de. 88 feet to the Point of Beginning from a tangent bearing of South Section 34, Township 5 South, feet to the end of said ditch survey from the Point of beginning, run
That along said through gr' es 58 minutes 44 seconds West of Brow Pit No.6, run thence 19 degrees 58 minutes 44 seconds Range 22 East at a point 691 feet line, thence South 73 degrees 65 minutes

Commence on eat.side of state an angle of 3 "cure minutes run southwesterly along said curve 20 minutes 12 seconds West run southwesterly along said easterly from the southwest corner Containing 0.028 acres more or 53 seconds East 170 feet more or

Road No. 13 where the middle line 1 second a distance of 393.19 feet through an angle of 9 degrees 09 .East 450 feet run thence curve through an angle of 9 degrees of the SEM of said Section 34, less' exclusive of existing road less to the Point of Beginning,

rUlnlng east and west crosses said the end of paid curve run thence I I minute 35 seconds a distance of South 89 I minutes 12 09 minutes seconds a run, thence North 16 degrees 05 right of way.OWNED Containing in aggregate 2.245

run North 3(5 feet: thence North *3 d"o""". 41 minutes 3< seconds 915.97 feet to the end of'said cure, seconds West 450 feet run thenceSuth distance of 915.97 to the end minutes 08 seconds East 110.63 V BY: Claude B. Barbour acres more or less.

run eat to right' of war of seaboard East 5190.73 feet to the North I run thence South 10 18 West degrees 450 minutes 12 of said lurv run thence South 10 feet to the Point of Beginning of and his Wife Ruby Barbour. OWNED BY: Rayonier, Incor
feet, run thenceNorth
Airline Railway approximaely line nf said Section 1. at a point minute 09 seconds West 2sZ.SZ degrees 09 seconds said ditch survey line run thhceNorth anD No. 268 Drainage Easement porated.
89 39 Wet
1200 feet: thence south the 1477.24 feet westerly from the I feet run thence South 88 degrees East degrees 450 feet minute 12 seconds of- 1601.55 feet; run thence ss 73 degrees 54 minutes 52 seconds LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STATIO SlID No. 282 Right of Way

said right of way of Seaboard Air northeast corner of said Section 1, 46 'minutes 09 seconds West 1147.40 Bo 10lnt'. degrees 22 minutes 09 seconds west West 74.1 feet, run thence \ 4SS-I-81.90 That part of:
line Railway 365 feet: thence run Containing acres more or feet, run thence North 01 degrees Beginning 'row PltlNO 1279.75 feet, run thence South 02 North 71 degrees 39 minutes 62 That part of: start at the NE corner of the

west ,1200 feet to point of' beginning lem,,'nclu lv 0.11. existing road 46 minutes 51 seconds West 6a feet ALSO;. '. V' p. V f4 degrees'13 minutes 51 seconds East seconds West 623.9 feet to the endof Lot 21 of Section 11, Township 5 NW1 of SWK of SWH of section

and being in Section 1. Township right of wav.OWNED to tbe Point'of Beginning of Borrow A parcel o.lnd' for' Borrow. Pi.. 20 feet, run thence North 87 de said ditch survey line. South Range 22 East in Woodlawn 26, Township 5 south, Range 23
S South Range 22 I I Pit No. 2, run thence South Haul grees 46 East, run south 719 feet to U. N
Eat BY: M.' and Road minutes 09 seconds East Containing 0.700 acres more or Subdivision as recorded In Plat
ALSO:, wife, Viola L Prescot. I 87 dlgrf 56 minute O: seconds I'lg nor 'of, and within 20 85 feet to the Point of Beginning less, excusive of existing road Book 1. page l of the public records Road 301, thence south along said
h. road 150 feet for of
a point beginning
Commence at a pint on the east ) No. 1M Right of War feet, run thfnce North a dsibed as follows: of drain survey line. ,run thence right of Bradford County Florida.
thence south 61 feet, thencewest'
aide of State 13 where That part of: OI.'dllrfl 46 minutes 51 seconds Begin at suthet corner of North 11 degrees 34 minutes 51 OWED BY: Rayonier. incorp lying each side of and within 30
the*middle line of'Section I. Township Lot No. 3 In V NE% Of Section 1. Wflt feet, run thence North Borrow Pit No: 6: as described above, seconds West 600 feet to the end V feet of a lateral ditch survey line 279 feet to Old State Road U,
22 crosses S7 decrees 56 minutes 09 seconds run thenceNc 89 degrees 39 minutes of drain thence in a northern direction along
Range Eat, Tnwnshlp 5 South Range 22 survey line SRD No. 23S 25* said ditch survey line being describeS Road 100 feet, thence In a
: said roa. for a point beginning lying south ,nf Section line 8t East SCO feet. run thence South 1 'seconds''ast'8a feet to the Containing O.Z6 acres more or V Drainage Easement as follows: direction 13. of eastern

; point of beginning ea. 't nf State Roal No. 200.Ivtnjr 01 derrees 46 mlnutf 51 seconds 'end of Haul Road """ less exclusive existing county LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STATION Commence on the south line of being In the SW to point>4 ot SWtt beginning of See
run.. south along the east ide of ) and within.s&. East 600 feet the point of Begin ALSO; S V road right of way. I 400110.30That Section 12 Township 5 South

th'rllb of way of'said Koad !o. feet ,of tbe survey line of State pin' of Borrow Pit No. 2 I A parcel .of V land for Brow Pit OWNED BY: Charles K. Knight part' of: Range 22 East at a point 22 tion'26.East, Township containing 5 one South acre, Range more

thence run east approximaUlv Road 200. Section 2801 ((114) 201. ALSO: Drain. V and his wife; Sarah Knight I Begin at theSE corner of Trlan-i 8.48 feet east from the southwest or less the north ot this
; line acre
1200 feet to west side i, IM.luney line being described A. p!rcel of land for Borrow Pit lying each side of and within 10 SRD No. W Borrow gular Lot 1 of Town of Lawtey, according corner of said Section is not line '
a a straight befng off
.f;< right' of v U of S-A-L. Hallway i I I follows: '. lau) Road. feet of the PIt Drain survey line said BORROW, PIT NO. It H.lL P. ROAD to map or plat thereof a 12. run thence North 1 degree t>9 10 feet, north of where, a straight sft
thence north parallel with I I I west of and within 20 feet survey line as' fpj- AND the of record in the
anl. lad ppfrinnlne on the south line of ) deribe DRAX. I same appears minutes 08 seconds West 296.52 line would be and Is marked oy
1..4 RaUwa approximately Qeotlon 1. Township South, Range of line 'described as follows: lows:: : LEFT OF \ + office of the Clerk of Circuit Court feet to the beginning of a curve iron stakes,
west approximately beginning at the southeast cnn- BegunVat northeast corner of (PART) 18 of Bradford County, inDeed
the
tb"ne rUf 1! East at a point 16.59 feet east- the Florida concave to southeasterly having lying west .of and with In 65 feet
.1200 feet- of way of Mate erlv from the corner of net rf Borrow Pit No. ? so drlb Borrow Pit C a descj-ibed above ., That part of: I Book Con Page 3 and run a radius of 5729.58 feet, run thence of the line
(load No, 13, the V point. of V bfglnnlnl said Section 1. said point being on ed above run thence South run thence Noun 61 degrees 20, minutes NE of NW14 of SEU of SEcton'' Southerly alone the west edge of northerly along said curve through Section survey 2801 of' Stat Road 200.

: the arc of a curve concave to the Frees 46 minutes 51 seconds 18t 12 and East 80 feet, run 16. Township 6 South. : State, Street, 860 feet to the' N' an angle of 3 degrees 05 minutes line (114) 201, said survey

'IterJy' and wlttn' 55 feet easterly having a radius of 67Z9.5!! 5 feet to the end of Haul thence I degrees. mmute East. 'described a follows: I corner of State and Jackson Street 08 seconds a distance of 308.56 being described as follows:

of 'the 71urver lne' itoad feet thence from a tangent bearing Containing 6.91 acre more or 1 seconds 520 feet t Commence on the east line' of thence westerly along the feet to the Point of Beginning of Beginning on the south line of Section

200, Seton (114) 201. said of North 19 degrees 45 minutes te. said Pit drain survey line, Section 16 Township 6 South, edge of said Jackson Street 1160 said ditch survey line, run thence 22 East 26, Township S South Range
lurey being described as fol 23 seconds East run northeasterly OWED BY:' Bradford Furniture Containing 4.846 acres more less, Range 22 East at a point 264.02 feet to the West line of an alley North 88 degrees 54 minutes 00 seconds erly from at the a point 326.85 feet east
V
o feet southwest of
.. said curve through an angle .' ALSO: V V southerly from running midway between Grove and West 300 feet to the end of corner
V northeas
Beginning on the south line of lt alont derreei 51 minutes 13 seconds SUBJECT TO: Mortgage record 'BORROW PIT NO. I AND DRAIN corner of ,said Section 1 Pine Streets, thence northerly along said ditch survey line, Containing raid Section 26, ,.run. thence North 31

Section 1. Township 5 South, Kanee I. dl.tanlf of 393.69 feet to rd in' .40 at Page 1. in favorof LEFT OF STATION 47 +| 23.59 point being on the' arc of curve the west edge of said ally 860 feet 0249 acres more or less exclusive degrees 07 minutes 08 seconds East

22 V East .,t a .point 1366.59 feet' the end of said curve, run thence S. f'Scruggs and Mortgage recorded part of: concave to 'the southeat having to the south line of said triangularLot of existing road right of way. 2634.73* ,feet to the peginning ot a

easterly from the southwest corner 1 North 2? degrees 41 36 P/ook 6 at Pare 310, held Tat of SEW of of a radius of % thence 1, thence easterly along the OWNED BY: J. S. Eunice, Jr. curve concave to the northwesterly
of ,said Section 1. said point being I' second East 5490.73 minute to the nr Bank of Palm Beach and Trust 'NJ 5 V NF1 Seton from a> tangent bearing of South south .line of said Lot 1, 116V fet and his wife Francys Eunice. having a radius of 1639.437 feet, run

on the arc' f'a curve concave to north line of Mid Section I, at a Coronany. and Mortgage recorded East described follows: Z 1 degree 58 minutes 44 seconds to the point of beginning, SlID No. 269; Z70Drainage thence northeasterly along said curve
having a radius of in Book 6 at Page 335 in favor run southwesterly through an aqgie of 3,degrees 55
Lot minutes
the easterly nInt 1477.24 feet westerly from or Commence on the north' line of along said diagonal 1 of the Town of Law Easement
8729.58 feet thence rom a'tangent the northeast corner of said Sec Arnold Construction Company. 13, Township 5 curve through: an angle of 9 de tey, according to map V or' plat LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STATION 49 seconds a distance of 524.05
of0Tth 1> degrees sAt Wft. :IM Seton Sout Rage 09 minutes 35 feet to the north line of
bearing 1ontsinIn. Borrow Pit at 8.48 rees seconds a thereof as same appears of record S34-I-49.KO SWU of said
45 minutes 2} seconds Fast run ton 0,11 acres more or RORROW PIT. HRAIV LEF OP the E a pint of said of 915.97 feet to the end in the office of the Clerk of Circuit That part of: Section 26 st a point (76.43 feet west

northeasterly J alonr said curve Ieee. erclnslve existing road TAT10V :01.131 13 thence South 1 Seton of said 'cure run thence South Court of Pradford County, Lot 7 of Woodlawn Subdivision erly from ,the northeast corner of

through an angle of 3 detrrees 56 rtpht of way.WFV That nart utes, run 08 seconds East degree distance of 10 minutes 09 V seconds[ Florida in Deed Book C, page 3, a? recorded in Plat Book 1, Page SW 4 of said Section 26r

minutes 13 seconds a distance of ( BY: Mavhelle Norman SWU of SWH of Section 3, a West 1691.55 feet run thence except the portion of said diagonal -' 1 in Section 12, Township 5 South, Containing .305 square feet more or
89 de
393.69 feet to the end of said curve Albert Norman. Township 6 South Range 23 East 151.%feet run thence North South 88 minutes USseconds Lot 1. lying directly south of Range 22 East of the public records less, exclusive of existing road right
thence North 23 degrees 41 bin each side of and within 10 .08 ,end West West 1279.75 feet and the NE of '
run Iqn 8, ef gfe run adjoining % of NW% of Bradford County, Florida way. ,, 'V
:minutes 'S seconds Eat 5e.1 That part 1A1 RI.lt Way feet nf the pit drain survey line feet, to the' Beginning thence South 0% degrees 13 minutes of Section 23. Township I South. lying each side nf and within 30 OWNED BYr W. E. Gault and V his

feet to north line P. Si4' of SE>4 nf Section 35, Town. said drain survey line being described of Borrow Pit' No. 8. run thence 51 seconds East 20 feet to the Range % East, also the 3H of feet of a lateral ditch survey line, wife Oty Sue Gault.

tion 1. at a point 1477.24 feet westerly shin 4 South. Rane-e 2! KA- as follows: North 89 degfe'O minutes OS seconds Point of .Beginning of forrow Fit NWU. NEH Section 23, said ditch survey line being described SRI Na. 293 1 30 Bight of Way
from the northeast corner of (9PT NJ of south GfiO Eat feet of Commence on the north line of West 30 fet run thence South No. 1, run thence South 87 degrees Township 5 South, Range 22 East as follows: That part oft ,

,said Section 1. EL nf SE4 Ivinir east of StateRM" Section 10. Township I 8outh 19 degeel 52 seconds 46 minutes 09 seconds West 100 lying right of the within 35 feet Commence on the north line of A parcel of land lying In the NWI4

Containing 0.51 acres more or 200 lying westerly of and 'ange 22 East at a point IIII.1 feet, run 'thence South 89 feet, run thence South 0% degrees of a lateral ditch survey' line, said Section 12. Township 5 South of,,SEM of Section 21. Township S
less exclusive existing road from the degrees 20 minutes 09 seconds East 13 minutes 51 seconds East 375 ditch line being describedas ISBS.bs
within 1H feAt of and easterly nt tel ealtlrly survey Range 22 East at a point South. Ranee 22 East, in the city of
if Section 10 345 feet, run thence North 0 degrees feet run thence North 87 degrees follows
rlrht t waY..OWNEDRY and witMn 55 feet of the Ilrner run feet East from the northwest corner Starke, Bradfcrd
survey
: EHsha Preslot and tt*. o* State Road 200. sectIon thence South' IS degrees 53 minutes 57 mirutes 03 seconds' West 300 feet, 46 minutes 09 seconds East Commence on the south line of of said Section 12. said point and being County, Florida

hs' wife- EUa Pre Qtt !?01 (114) %01. said survey line 40seconds V West 2959 feet run run thence South 89 degrees 20 min 400 feet run thence North 30 degrees Section 23, Townlbip 5 South. being on the arc of a curve concave as follows;more particularly described

,*.. 12.1 !& Way described as follows: *.ence North 4 cev"pe 55 minutes ute 08 seconds East 200 feet, run 1 minute 51 seconds West Range 22 East 2960.8 to the southeast having a Commence at Iron
bplne
That part : .Peelnn'nsr on the south line of ?I Sfrlndl feet, run 1 thence North 0 degrees 57 minutes 45.05 ftft, run thence South 87 feet easterly, from the southwestcorner radius of 5729.58 feet, thence from the Intersection an stake set In
'A .P&TCIVVof land lyiner In the Section 4 South. tbfnl'Sonth 12 derrees 53 mfn. 40 08 seconds West 200 feet to the Pint df rfes 46 mlnutp 09 seconds West nf said Section 23, run a tangent bearing of South 19 degrees of the southerly

NEV, of Section 1. Townshln 5Pouth Ronce 2!' Eis Township>t at a point 147724 seconds West 50 feet run thenceNcirth of Beginning of Borrow Pit No. 100 feet to Point of Beginning thence North 16 degrees 3 min. 07 45 minutes 23 seconds West boundary the of said NW'4 of,SE 4 and

Binge 2! Eat. BradfordCiwtw feet from the southeast 4* degrees 23 minutes 20 ALSO; of Borrow Pit. No.1. seconds East 2684.90 to the run southwesterly along said curve easterly boundary i>f the right of

Fior'da.. and belnr moreparticularly rner wf'tprl'of said Section' 35Vrun seconds West 100 feet, run thenceSouth A parcel of land for V Borrow Pit ALSO: Point of Beginning of said ditch throurh an angle of 3 degrees 15 way of State Road 200 and. run

described as follows: thence North '3 degrees 41 minutes 1' deerees 53 minutes 40econdeVWe5t Drain. A parcel of land for Borrow Pit, survey lne. run thence North 73 minutes 47 seconds a distance of thence In, a ,northerly direction along

Commence at the XK corner of seoondo East 1350.76 feet to 100 feet run thence lying each side of and within 10 Drain degrees min. 53 sec. West 13.19 226.31 feet to the end of said curve said easterly boundary, a distance of

said Sp.ton 1 and run thence south the beplnnin of a curve concave North *' degrees 33 minutes 20 secnds feet,J>f 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 ot beginning: from
89 41 minutes 40 seconds tn the westerly a radius of West 50 fet. run thence 'as follows: feet of a line described a follows: 15 minutes 53 seconds West 16.1 minutes 36 seconds West 117.51 feet print 'of beginning, continue In a
the northerly hnnndnrvthereof h"vl"l South 1? minutes 40 Pegin on the north of Borrow feet thence North. 72 northerly direction alon said
west along BRil.05 run t""nee northea dfgrpel Commence'' at the northwest, con- run degrees to the Point of Beginning of said easterly
; a distance of 115.! feet any .pt curve thronarh total seconds W 't to the Pointof ner of Borrow Pit No. 8\as described Pit No. 1 a described aboveat 43 minutes 53 seconds West 100 ditch survey line, run thence North boundary a distance of 385. feet to an

to' the westerly boundary of the central I sn of 6 30. min- Pe innin<. of nit drain survey above, run' thenCe' South 19 a point 15 feet westerly from feet to the end of said ditch survey 7* degrees 30 minutes 24 seconds Iron Maker run thence In an easterly

rlrht of way of the Pen board Airline lf a "dictance dl.rlel of 751.- line. run thence North 4 degrees minutes 52 secondsVest 10 degrees feet the northeast .corner of said Borrow line, West 400 feet to the end of said direction st right ingles to aforesaid
thence south 17 .II' -0 8ft0"d. 'mV mln. !0 sec Weft 270 feet run % Pit. run thence North 11 degrees easterly boundary a distance
Railroad: run 4t feet end "f said curve, the Point of Beginning of Pit drain Containing 0.01' acres more or ditch survey line, n{,
degrees 4 minutes 4fl sec. west run thence ,North It) thence North 39 durpel 33 minutes thence North 20 :34 minutes 51 seconds West less, exclusive of existing road Containing 0.387 acres more or 8945 feet to,an iron'stake on the
Westerly boundary a I delrp'I' seconds no feet to the line run 8 degrees 600 feet to the end of said Borrow right of westerly boundary
alonsr 'sad' minutes "1 seconds :1 WI.t minutes 08"seeonds. 196 feet to way less, exclusive of existing road of the riaht nf
feet to point of 01IK end of said drain survey line. Pit Drain ALSO way of the Seaboard
; .
right of Airline Railroad
way.nWjafl
fet to the
11.6 east Hne. of said Se'- the end of Pit drain, ALSO
beginning. L_'__ ..._ A lion S&. at' nolnt 133.05 feet snnther'v Containing 0.01 acres more or Containing 3.915acres more or less. A ; LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STATION RV> Mites J W Weaver : run thence In a southerly
or nerinmnir in > less: parfI' of land for Borrow Pit > direction, *
_From point I from the northeast corner of ALSO : V V Haul "U.1.8. and his wife Mamie C. Weaver along salt westerly bound
scribed. Continue South 17 dllr..A ; OWNFD: BY: Blanche King and : V That SUBJECT TO: Judgment Recorded ary. a distance of. S71.S8 feet
of to
FV VRU of said Section 36. BORROW' PIT t ROADLEFT an
46 minuteS 40 seconds West alone ('Antlnln. '1.295 acres more or I hfr'bulblnd'Walpr King: JoYce XO. HAUL 10 lying each side of and within (1) Begin a the SB corner ofTriangular in Book 39 at Page 171 in favor Jrrn stake nn ,vfftresaW southerly
V boundary an" tier OF STATION Sil.IsS.ssThat | feet of a line .described as follows of Town of Law
8Ih" westerly dIAt"I' of existing roadffr't of William A. Snelling and his wife boundary of tbrNWtf of SEtf ; run
of 360 feet :to' a point ': 0'.t1..ve. husband Everett.Toole:.Ann Fisher par of; :, tey, according to map or plat Evelyn T. Snelling. thence in a westerly direction
southerly boundaryof'saldiNEM .. rind her hiisftnnd Don Lot in. Section 12, Township 5 Begin on the north line along
the Fisher
northerly M or Borrow thereof same appears of SRD No. 273 said '
thl DraInage Easement southerly,
pY: J. a boundary distance
,
B
Alon .I'YEJ F.Grlfa. I1 South Range 22 East Pit No. 1
r D *a. Row pit Woolw described above record the ClerK
w"en'meauret 2.R I a LATERAL DITCH LEFT nf 593.33 feet '
Way at ofce' OF STATION to a point; thence
.. run
a point
100
said*westerly thence Tl .* riart'o" I".lt'or BORROW 4 4>n' DRAIRir.IJT \ Subdivision as per pl tfret feet westerly from of Circuit Bradford 589-1-98.71 In, a northerly direction
e' V corded in Plat Book l current the northeast and parallel
8oMth-H degrees 04 minutes 4f '1( nt vwij nf NFM and OP STATION t.-t8.' corner of said bor County. Florida, In Deed Pooh c, That part of: to aforesaid easterly boundary
otids1 'et s-' 41tanl of' l171I1e.ttO nf S PU of snd nf $N1 E'4 T..t. nat of- V public records 'of' Bradford row Pit run thence North 02 degrees on Page and run southerly along S'4 of SEtt of Section 36. Town riht nf WSF nf State, Road 200.of the
a point nn 'easterly .cent *. QE1 in NEt Section 88. .SEH 'and EH' of SWIGf'M' County Florida 1' minutes 5 seconds West the west edge of State Street ,KbV ship 4 South, Range 22 East, s
boundary nf the rlrht of way of '4 ""11' nf section 34. Townshln lying each side of and within 10 14 feet the of said Haul feet to the NW corner qf State lying each side of and within Ik distance of J$8.96 feet to a, V point;
"own'hin Range 22 run thence,
ate %00. said point "neinrISA de.'rJhed. follows R..th. last 5. South. Range 72 .-JtXC.KjT.! feet of the Haul!, Road, centerline Road. and Jackson Streets, thence westerly feet of a lateral ditch survey line, In-a westerly direction, at
right
f..Od. '* of : aforesaidsoutherly Perln st as.the West margin of' the slsrtfn. tr/1. the .southeast corner said centerline being desrrid as Contains 2598 acres more or along the north 'of said paid ditch survey line being described to nolnt angles of a Usance of 300 feet
boundar when measured 14. Township 5 South. follows: lessOWNED Jackson Street 1160 feet to th as follows: beginning,
right of of State
Road No.
Ions ssid easterly* boundary; run the i way nln" where It crosses the 13t Range 22 East and run west 779! Commence' at the southeast corner husband BY: Daisy Cox and her west line of an alley running Commence on the south line ot lying east of and within 60 feet of

thence North, 34 degrees 56 minute West half section line feet for I point thence North 5 nf Lot 30 of said Woodlawn Subdivision Raleigh Cox. John 1). way between Orove and Pine Section 36, Township 4 South the survey, line, of State Road 200.

s40 seconds. East along' .said nf fssf said and Section run Westerly on rterrees "SO ,I"ntII WI"t1 in Section 11, Township S South, Diggs and his wife Chrlstener 1 Streets thence Northerly along the Range 22 East at a point 1477.24 option line soi (114) J01, paid survey
easterly boundary a 41t."ce' :li hslf-sentinn: line 414 feet to thence North 83 degrees 30 minute ; Range '22 Eat run thence North Diggs Henrietta l'handierVand west edge of said alley 860 feet feet westerly from the southeast being described as follows:

fee.t.:to ft point; run thence. North thl margin of the Florida Power West 324.1 f"Pt. to the east 3 degrees 1 24 sec. West husband, Elzle Alien Z. to the south lne of said triangularLot corner of said V Section 36, run Beefnnlnr on the west line of SWH

S7 '1 seconds FUt Company .rleht of way.Th"nle' right of way nf Road No. 1 30 feet to Point of Beginning of Haul Hamilton and her husband. Howard 1, easterly along th thence North 23 degrees 41 nun- of PEW of,Section 21, Township 6
4err'IBU'mlfutf' -feet to thence 17 decrees 30 min. West Road 'centerline, run thence Hamilton William D. Diggs South line of said Lot 1. 1160 feet untes 36 seconds East 220.87 feet South Range 22 .East at a point of
.
southerly the peet: Nor and his
point" of berlnnlnt margin of alonl Company innE said right of way line 5085feet 82 degrees minutes 36 sends M. wife Mule L., Diggs, Daisy to point of beginning, also diagonal to the Point of Beginning of said 104,SO feet snutherlr the northwest

lying easterlY .of and within 55feej. right nf Ra1 Pn""r feet to Its' cnnInnetlon .: thence east 1121.2 feet to a East 100 1, run thence Ben, Dlvenport and her husband, Lot I of tbe Town of Lawtey, ditch survey line, run thence North corner of gWM of SEV nf said
V line nf tlip W'V 1'9 point of Annie Belle StUbb according tomap or plat 66 degrees 18 Section 21. thence '
of the survey with West margin ot hl.lnnl"9. degrees 20 minutes 24 seconds East and her minutes 24 seconds run North 16 deerees -
Rnsd'20V Sect inn"2"01' O14) 201.said debt nf WV of, State Road No. Also evcent.; Al that portion of 760 feet. run thence South 58 degrees SRD husband. Charlie Stubb.: thereof as same ;appar of record West 39.20 feet, run thence North 15 minutes Of seconds East

survey line being described 1.: along' the VEH. of SWV. If E' of Section 34.Townshln 36 minutes 24 seconds East 247.6 feet No. 241-R| 311Dralaaite In the office of the Clerk of Circuit 80 degrees 39 minutes 24 seconds 1302.29 feet run thsnc0 North 16 new -

as 'follows: V* V West'thlnlf'North'atei 'way of 5 South Rang 22 East more or'less to the end. of said Haul, I V Easement Court of Bradford County, West 260.80 feet to the end of said >es n mlnuit, 09 seconds East
V. onk the south- line nf qtqte. Rosd,' No. 13 feet to a I l'Inl esst nf the rlrht nf way nf Road LATERAL DITCH RIGHT OF Florida in Deed Book C, Page s, ditch survey line. 2999.08 feet to.tbe north line of said

'pjlnnll, 5 H n'1th. Kan' of ".11 In Section Ot.t, Poad No. ZOO (formerly state Clntfrlie. V acres V more or less. That STATION .10-1-94.00. except the portion of said diagonalLot Containing 0.125 acres more or Section 21. at a point 1)73.87 feet

22"-Esst'sfa' point m'\.v 4feet "hlt. : Township.rlnnl 4 South Range .Z3Es Rosd. ,No. 13), described s. follows' : OWNED BY: ,Rayonler Incorporat A part of: 1. lying directly south of and less, exclusive of existing road westerly from the,northeast corner, of
easterly 'from V thsouthwest .cArnet .t.. Commence on the south line ofV NW pacfl. of land lying in the adjoining the NE>4 of NWt. of right of way.OWNED said Section 21.
: said 'pAintbetngbnthe rtInn.: 34. Township 5 South ed.' V % SE"4 of 21 Town Section BY
6 ,
of said Section 1. tvin m westerly nf and within SRO No. teS-R Barrow Pit ship 6 South Seton % Township : J. F. Grlffis Containing 0.128 acres more nr less.
are nf a curve concave Range J3 East at. a point 624.74 In the Range East also the SH or SSD Xo. 2T9
Drainage Easement exclusive of road of
existing
nf
its test (2) easterly HAUL ROADLEFT right
t
BORROW PIT NO. City of
.
having a radius .nl O feet from southeastcorner Starke Bradford County of NE of Section 23 Town LATERAL
fo Ihi.aterJ .nd within B5 of the survey weltrIY. 1"1 OF STATION 611--35.SO| Florida NWU % DITCH LEFT OF STATION wav.
'and
of ? th.nl' from a hue nf State Road 200 Section SWH of SEt of said (PART larly) described, being more particu ship 5 South Range !Eat, 371-1-00.00 (PART) OWNED BY: Charles! Hardy and
)
North 19 degrees 'ectinn S4, North 16deeree.s follows: That
tange-nt bearln of run tb"nll a and. part of: his wife
Juanita
201 (114) %01. said survey line Hardy, Douglas P
East 05 minutes OX seconds East That of: V Commence at an iron stake set of the of of >
45 mlnntes 23 seconds pr (2) That portion NE1 NEU NW 4 EXCEPT 3ft acres and his
being described s follows.Rerlnnlng in Hardy wife Doris C. Hardy
"ld| curve S07.41 feet run thence South 84 Lot Woodlawn Subdivision the intersection of the southerly Railroad in NE
Inn of Seaboard
a I NE!% west : corner and EXCEPT & acres
run northeasterly line J. R
the south of Hardy and his wife
nn Jo Ella
thronrh on ancle of 3 derrees 56 decrees 07 minutes seconds East according plat recorded in Plat boundar of said NWH of isK'A less 9 to Jane Byrd: less 2 In the SE corner West of State? ,
minute second 8 dl!.sne* of Qp.lloT .I Township 4 Nrmth.Rsnpe 4.5.75 feet to the Point of r"erln- Book 1. page 17 of the public recordsof : and easterly boundary of the acre to R. E. Blanchard. all Road No. 13 and EXCEPT 1 acre Hardy, doing business as Hardy
nolnt '
E4st 1477.24feet
acre
st Brothers
393.69 1 to the end of phI curve, westerly from a the southeast lung of Borrow Pit No.4, run Bradford County, Florida, In Sec right of way of State Road 2ou, being In Section 23, Township S in NW corner of Section 26, Town Motor Company.SUBJECT .
S degrees 41 thence North 30 04 minute 11 Township South. Range and run thence in a northerly di- TO: Mortgage Recorded
(1) 5
run .th.nl1 North 2 corner n' iM section 36, run dplr.f ton I rection South, Range 22 Eat, lying: ship South, Range 22 East In Book
Esst 541073feet 08 second feet run V along said bound. 41 at Pare 293 In favor of
East of
within (1))
minutes X8 seconds North SI deereen 41 minute easterly of and feft an lying left of and within 25
to the north I'"* nf std Sec. t"pnl'* 5' "" East H50.76 feet thence South -degrees 55 min lying each side pf and within 10 ary. a distance 250 feet to llf right of and within 35 feet of a lateral ditch survey line Albert Hartman, as Curator of Estate

1.,at a nolnt 1477.24 feet west bep-'nnlne sei'nn nf a curve con- ntes 62 second East 300 feet run felt of a Haul Road Cntfrlne said point of beginning; from point of (lateral ditch survey line, said said ditch survey line being de! of Elizabeth Letsch. Incompetent.
the
tAn. from. tl northeast. corner of to c.v. tn t>>. -wot"rly having arsill"u thence South SO dl"lpl 04 minutes centerline being folows: direction beginning:, continue In a northerly ditch survey line being described as scribed as follows: 8RD No. 185 Right Of Way
said Section 1. nf Bll.ns run thence 08 seconds WIt feet run Commence at the' along said easterly boundary follows: Commence on the north line of That part of:
Contalnlne0.04 seres more nrless eorthes.terlv alone f"lt. said curve thence North 59 decrees ft 5 mln tier of said Lot 29, run thence NorthI a distance of 385 feet to an Commence on the north line ot Section 26, Township 5 South South U7',4 feet of that portion of

'YIhl.Ive of existing road thrmirh total central anele of 6SO ute 52 seconds West 300 feet decrees 12 mInute seconds West Iron stake: run thence in an easterly !I. Township 5 South, Range 22 East at a point 2960.8 NR'i of SW 4 that lies east of State

rle-p* nf w y.OW V I 45 seconds aol Point of Beginning of Borrow .*0 feet to the Point !Beginning of directon. at right angles to I eton 22 East at a point 561.2 feet feet easterly from the northwest Highway 200 In Section 3, Township

''EP RYr.. n 'Griffin and t"o"pp" nf 751.41" 1t"l feet to the end of Pit NO.4, Haul Roa run thence boundary a distance -r west from the northeast corner of corner of said Section 26, run 6 South Range 29 East.
.lntfrlnl"
Ms"- wife. uAI nrlffls. s""t"nIA trt curve, run thence North 17 ALSO. V North 5! mlnulf 36 seconds stake of 86,45 feet to an iron said Section 23. run thence South thence South 16 degrees 32 minutes lying'easterly .cf and within 111
CR n No. 1'-R Right of War .n--p.n'1C| ntlnnteq 51 seconds East A parcel of land for Borrow Pit Kant .100 feet'run thence South the right on of westerly boundary of 16 degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds 07 seconds West 225.40 feet to the feet ft the survey line of State Road

nsrt of: V V 'spa M f.et In the eset. line of said Drain. V V I decrees 20 minutes 24 54M'flhiS East Airline way of the Seaboard West 1516.10 feet to the Point ofBeginning point of Beginning of said ditch 200. Section 2801 (114) 201. said survey -
Railroad
Tta each aide of and within 10 : run thence
of land liineIn the Ivlnl in of said ditch survey line,, line thence South line bung described follows
ect'" 36. West line of Section feet run thance-South 55 survey run 76 as ;
JJE"1ar"eJ SIct'1' 1. Townshln 5 'i. V Townshin' 4 .CnnthKange 22E fllt the Pit Drain survey line 11 minutes 24 seconds. East 147.6"IPII feet a westerly southerly direction, along said rnn thence North 73 degrees 27 degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds west Beginning on the south line of Sec.
boundary
'South R"**e 22 Esst. KraofordCou"jv. .st) st anoint nx.flS feet south sal drain survey being describedas more nr less to the of Haul Roadcenterline 371.5 feet to iron a distance of minutes 53 seconds West 89.82 86.6 feet, run thence South 64 degrees tion t, Township 6 South Range 22

Florida. .re beinr more e..trAm t. Northeast corner of : V en aforesaid southerly an stake on feet to to the beginning of I curve 58 minutes 07 seconds West East at a point 1690.13 feet easterly

particularly' described an follows: PEI4 of NF.1'nf s.M Section :38.r Begin st th' northwest corner or acres more or less. the NWH of the boundary of concave to the northeasterly having 256.89 feet run thence South 73 from the southwest corner of said
Pit No. 4 described SEM
Commence at the NIC corner nfesld thence North 17 10 Porrow a C.n"tlnlng0.9&, in ; run thence radius of 30 feet. run thence degrees 45 minutes 07 seconfls west Section 3, said point being on the arc
a '
dprrpf hov 40 westerly direction
Section 1 and run th.nll Sonttt .Tun tbpneNortb dplrppl along said northwesterly along said curve 8X.- 620 feet run thence North 73 derrees of
a to
'ml"nlpl1 seconds East 400 feet.CfltIilflW 4t ROW OW PIT WO. U. HAUL ROAD boundary curve concave the easterly
U minute 40 seconds mlnte 01' .lnll' southerly a distance of 20 feet to the end of said curve run 55 minutes 53 seconds West
8 d..I.. ( 2.609 acres more or feet drain survey LEFT OP STATION 593.33 feet to a point having a radius of 5729578 feet,
hnnndsrv 1111'Tt ; run thence
west along the northerly feet less erclnsive ,of existing I roadrlpt 'line.tle psrt of; 'V In. a northerly direction and hence North 10 degrees 17 minutes 670 feet thence from a tanrent bearing of
a of .51.3 parai- 53 seconds West 75.98 feet, run ALSO: North 11 degrees 38 minutes 40
dl"t.nl' of .
th.rfof. : sea-
wsv. el to aforesaid
t '
the Containing 3.627 acres more or 1 l IV't Wo 'iwfi gc easterly '
"MI"ln boundary
westerly "' thence North 20 degrees 24 min (2) lying right of and within 40
.n the n. OWNED PY: National Lead Cor less. "Ir"'n" to 1Qt Plat of the right of way of State ends East run northeasterly along
et of the Seaboard Airline r.ln"de Road 53 seconds West 146 feet to feet of lateral ditch line
way a survey
right .
1. 17 records 200 a distance of 158.96 ntl said curve through an angle of 4 degrees
Railroad thence South 17 de. orton ALSO. Rook 'nlp feet to a end of said ditch line. said ditch line being defcorlbeij -
: survey survey
40 second* west .1Q't lea Rlckt .f Way BORROW PIT *O. 5 AND THMI\ nf 'rlifori County,' Florida, point: run thence in a westerly tbl 26 minutes 28 seconds a distance
minutes Containing acres more or follows
trees 46 That part of: Sect'" 5 'South direction, at right 0.18 as : of 444.10 feet to the end of said
boundary a LEFT "TATIOX --54.15| T01shlp' a distance -
westerly angle" less. exclusive north line ot
road Commence the
said ni : existing on
along of Fro?* t-t ce-taln point or stake That :' Ranre 22 East. of 300 feet 'of be. curve,. run thence North 16 degrees
distance of 91.5 feet to V point located where the west edge of the "plt of FWVJ of NE 4 nf Section Ivinr each side nf and within 10 ginning, right of WiY. Section 26. Township 5 South, 05 minutes <3 seconds East 5093.37feet -

fceo-lnnlng. thus detcrlhed right nf way of State Road No. 13 34. Town'Mn 5 Range fe of the Haul Road centerline, lying each side of and within OWNED PY: B. E. Reddish an Range 23 East at a point Z9.6U.8 to the north line of said Section
!heglnnln folth. z his wife Ethel D. Reddish.
From point of with the south edge or M centerline being described as 3ft feet of lateral feet Easterly from the northwest
a 611
I"tlr"tl Ea-t. as : ditch survey 3. at a point feet easterly from
17 degrees dltrlb.d SUBJECT
TO: Mortgage held by: of said Section 26.
continue South run
( line tht portion of the btsi follows: line, said ditch corner
West Commence on the south line of survey line being Farmers Home the northwest corner ot NE'i of said
46-minutes 40 seconds alonl of NTtVrtion 16, Township ,Commence at the southwest cor. described as follows Administration. thence South 16 degrees 32 minutes
I 34 Township South : Section 3, Containing 1.054 acres.
raid westerly boundlfv' nnn-e 22 east, lying west Seton per of said Lot 31. Section 11. Commence the RD So. 284-Ri 508Drainage 07 seconds Went 225.40 feet
feet fouth. 22 East at a point on west line of more or less,, exclusive of exlsiting
730 feet tft a point 10SO IH.i V EasementLATERAL to the Point of Beginning of said
et boundary id State Highway No. 13, feet westerly from the Township 5 South. Range Z! East SW 4 of SEt of Section 21. Township road right of way.
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northerly of the .nntherl. them** run nlrthfast.rl aleng the nf SWV of SE'i of said run thence North 3 degrees 12 I South. Range 23 East at a DITCH' LEFT OF STA ditch survey line, run thence South OWNED, BY May Underwood
of Ifqrp""ld NFU wh'n' nc5Q. said west highway a .ore minutes 24 seconds West 10 feetto point feet 76 degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds
boundary sid Section 34. run thence North 16 degrees 1040 southerly from TI3M.G Jones and her husband Hoyt Jones.
westerly West 86.6 feet, run thence South
sired along distance of 489.9 for a point of East the Point of Beginning of Haul the '
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05 minutes 52 seconds corner of swy.
South 87 degrees !! of NEH of SE 4 of Section 14 64 58 minutes 07 seconds TAKE NQTICE that a Declaration
,
thence degrees
D, thence Road thence' North
? ginning, run westerly and 2343.56 'et. run thence North 55 centerline. run SEt of said Section (1, run thence
minutes 10 seconds West a distance parallel '" the south'edge of 22 minutes 52 seconds West as decrees minutes 36 seconds 15 Township 5, South Range %1at, West 256.89 feet, run thence South (t Taking has beea.filed In the above
degrees minutes
\ 09
of'IUo feet to a nolnt nn 8E1 of distance of sId O' desrrees Fast 550 1 to the end of. said 1 degree 493.35 lying (1) left.of and 73 degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds style cause, by the petitioners, the
40 feet. thence North feet to
run
leads
the flt.rl ry .of the right and l/io F1a a .stake thence Haul Road of Beginning the feet of and (z) right.of and within West 620 feet, run thence North 73 acquiring.authority of these proced-
ffpt $5 of
minutes 52 secondsVesi ditch'
State Road :UO. said cfntlrlneContalnlnr V survey 40 feet of lateral hugs, .ot the taking of the above described
of' 53
way run northerly and parallel with the 650.65 feet run thence North 3 degrees acre more or line run thence South 73 de a ditch survey degrees 55 minutes seconds West ;
Tolnt being 10S5 feet northerly of west edge of said SEU of .NE>4 a 49 minutes 08 seconds Has les V V crees 44 minutes 51 seconds line, said ditch survey line being 480 feet, run thence North 66 degrees lands, for the purposes set

aforesaid southerly boundary when distance of 100 feet thence run 200 feet run thence North 12 derrees OWNED BY; Selma Eunice,, 50 run thence South 73 Jut described as follows: 11 minutes 53 seconds West forth ii. the petition in this cause,
measured along i said easterly', easterly and parallel with tbe 13 V minutes 08 seconds Clara M. Lane and her husband. feet 51 seconds East df. Commence on the south line of 148.55 feet, run thence North 73 viz: As right ot way for a portion of

boundary; run thence, North 24 degrees south edge, of -said SKU of NEt 100 feet run thence North 35 tat J. A. Lane, Essie M. Green and 'herhusband. 910 feet minute end of said ditch Seton 14. Township 5 South, Range degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds West State ,Road 209 Bradford County,

66 minutes -40 .seconds Kast a distance nf,J7..S 'feet to the west 47 minutes 52 seconds. West! .B. L Green. Eula 4L sure line ; at' a point 661.2 feet westerly 58 feet to the end of said.ditch survey Florida,, and that one of the Judges
along said Easterly, boundary a distance .fe and her T. from ,the southeast corner of line nf the Circuit Court in the
ede of said right of war of said 136 feet to the Point .tit Beginning: Pr husband L nary, ''Cntaining 1.174 acres more or Eighth
of'730 feet to a point: run State Highway Xo. 13. thence run k of Borrow Pit No. .1, run thence Eunicq Gertrude lea of existing road said Section 14, run thence North ALSO; Judicial Circuit of Florida, win on

thence North n. delee. 14 min 10!.' feet southwesterly along thevest South 1 degree 16 minute 5% sec- Eunlte J. S., Eunice Jr: and right exclu8ve. 16 degrees 32 minute 07 seconds (3) lying right of and within 40 the 12th day -of June, A. D. 1958, at

ltN 40 seconds of edge of said right o way of nnds East run thence South his Eunice Selma OWNED PY: Charles Hardy and East 1347.83 feet to the beginningof feet of a lateral ditch survey line 11 o'clock In the forenoon thereof, in
JOOO.1 feet to pQlntot.beginning. said State Ilghu to point of beginning 87 degrees:feet OS seconds M. Norton and her husband Bradley his wife, Juanita Hardy, Douglas a curve concave to the westerly between ditch survey line Station Circuit Court Chambers in AUchna

> easterly easterly of and with- West 425 .feet, run thence NorthI A. Norton, P. Hardy and his wife Doris having a radius, of 3015.57 feet run 16-1-33.49 and the north line of County Court House ,at Gainesville.

fn6S feet, of the euvey'llne of State .1 'lng1't.frl, 'of and within as degree 16 minutes 52 seconds saD, .SMi WT Benw Pit Hardy. J. E. Hardy and his C, thence northeasterly and a- parent tract described above, said Florida, consider said Declaration of,
Rc ZOO Section 2801 (114) SOI, feet of the survey tine of State Wes 400 'feet- ran thence North, BORROW PIT NO. I HAUL ROAD To Ella Hardy doing business as lon said curve through' an angle ditch survey line and ditch survey Taking, appoint appraisers and make

.14 ure: line being described a Road :oo.-.Section 2001 ((114) Z01. e. 00 minutes 04 seonds'' LEFT OF STATION 311-WSL30. Hardy Brother Motor Company. degrees 4 minutes 09 r seconds line station being described as follows such order as the Court deems pro

t9I0.I: said lun.'T line being describedas East 425 feet run thence (PART) V' : Mortgage recorded a distance of 725.57 feet to : per. All parties to the suIt, and all
on the south line of follows: V degree 16 minutes seconds East That part of: In Book 41 at Page 293 in favor of the Point of .Beginning of said ditch Commence on the north line of parties interested and be
may appear
Section 1. Township 5 80uth Range Bfclnnlnl nn the south line of 367 feet to the s of Beginningof Lot 40 of Woolawn'SubiVslon Albert Hartman as Curator of survey line, run thence North 87 Section 26. Township 5 South, heard at the time and designated. -
22. East at a point U .east according to Estate minutes 02 seconds 22 East at a point 2960.8 place
I. I South, Borrow Pit No. 5,. pla Ieorde ; of Elisabeth Letsch, In degee 1 Range '
arty from the southwest corner ors.ai4 Range 22 at a point 1373.87 ALSO; Book 1. page public records 114.75 feet run thence feet easterly from the northwest
Section 1. said point being on feet ..terl\ from the southeast A parcel of land" for Porrow Fit of Bradford County Florida, comptent Drainage EaseMent North 27 degrees 30 minutes corner of said Section 26, run You and each of you are hereby
,
the arc of a'curve .concave to the corner nf said[ Section .'. run 11 Drain. I being la Section 12, Township. I 1. RIGHT 30 seconds West 385.25 feet to the thence South 16 degrees 32 minutes commanded to appear by filing an ,

easterly ..having-' radius of S7:'.is thence North 1< decrees Si.:minutes i| lying ekch'Iide of and within 10 South Range; 22 Eut LTER.PTH OF end of said ditch,survey line 07 seconds West 225.40 feet to the answer to.the petition heretofore filed

feet thence from a tangent bearing 09 seconds Eat 1111.34 feet to the 11 feet of the Pit Drain survey line I ling each side ane within 10, That of: J- Containing G.fI acres more or Point of Beginning of said ditch in this cause in the entitled court cm

of North'19 degrees 45 minutes 23 beginning of a curve concave to said drain survey line being described the Haul centerline,' par feet of 8W% of NKH less ecluliv existing road survey line, run thence South 7i or before the 14th day of July 195*.'

seconds East V run northeasterly along the. westerly having a radius of follows said centerline being described a Eat of' State Road ZOO and West right degrees 32 minuTes 07 seconds West to show what right title Interest or1

saidcurve through an angle 5729.573 feet run thence northeastly Begin a on the south line of tiori follows: i A. L. R. R. in Section 3, OWNEDBY:' J, E Wall and his 86.6 feet, run thence South 64 degrees liens you, or any of yon have In and

of,3 degrees 6 minutes I secondsa along said curve through a total i I row V Pit NX 5 as described Commence at' the southeast corner -' Township I South. Range 22 East wife Hazel Wall.SUJEC 58 minutes 07 seconds West to any of the aV-ve described lands

i distance 'US."* fet' to the central anrle of 5 decrees minutes at a point 10 feet Nortb abv of Lot SO of said WoodlawnSubdivlston'lu lying .(1) left of and within 20 TO: Mortgage Kecorded 256.89 feet, run thence South 73 and show cause why the cam should,

end of "said' curve thence a distance of 576.17 feet to crees 00 minutes ,03 seconds East Section Township feet of and (2) rIght ofand within Bk ,t Page 329 in Favor degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds West not be taken for the ones and purposes

North .23 degrees 41 minutes 36 seconds the end of said curve, run thence from 'the southwest corner of said 5 South, Rlg%East run thence 30 feet of a lateral; ditch survey of 'W. Strickland and his wife 620 feet, run thence North 73 degrees set forth In the petition filed herein*

East 5490.73 feet to the north North '10 degrees 49 minutes US Borrow Pit No.,5.' rua thence South North S 1 minutes 24 see-! line said ditch survey line being Rose Strickland. 55 minutes 53 seconds west WITNESS my hand and this seal

line 'of said Section k at a'point seconds East 2706.49 feet ,to the S d.gN1 45 minute seconds onds:>West 30 to the Point of I. described as follows: SRD No. 263 DralBBsre E.. ... 670 feet, to the point of Beginning of said Court on this 29 day of May,

147724 feet wellr1' from thenortheast beginning of a curve concave' to feet to the 6 of said Beginning of Haul Road center- Commence on the North line of LATERAL DITCH RIGHT OF 8TA of ditch survey line, run thence A. D 1151.OFFICIAL.

Section 1 the having a radius of drain survey line Une ruR tbece'North 82 degrees: Section 3, Township I onUI, TIO1 (PART) North 1 degree/ 35 minutes 63 sec- ( SEAL)
:Containing 0.11 acres more ..aterlYt run thence northeasterly Containing ::4.133 acres V more or 1 } seconds East lot! Range 22 East at a point 691 feet West 1061 feet to the end of ,said Chsrlej* A. Darby

less; Ucu.ly existing roadright alonl said curve through less.' 'Iet run teDe South 89 East decrees 0 easterly from the northwest corner That portion' of Lt 40. Wo. ditch survey line, CLERK OF rrarniT CAUP.TBRADFORD' ?

an ''angle degrees 09 minutes ALSO: seconds 760 of NEtt of said Seton 3, run lawn in Section .I. f ALSO; COUNTY, FLORIDA
OWNED/BY: Frederick. l pai.b1 seconds distance of 915.97 feet BORROW PIT RAn ROAD feet run thence South .58 degrees thence South 16 mlnntes Suth. Range 22 lying west A parcel of land described as Bv Marian I* Crosby. D r
NO. .24 seconds East 247.6 i
the east line of Section 16 AND DRAW OF STATION 06 seconds West 2252.19 feet Seabo.rc Airline Railroad and follows: ROBERT A. CHA8TAIN ESQ
II' f ."Wa7 a LEF feet more or leas to the end of: of 200 formerly Commence on the north line, of ,
.N. 'I a point 264.02 feet southerly to the Point Beginning of said east Stae Roa No. ( HOI.LAND BtTTLDINOTALLAHASSEE.
of: the corner of said Section SPAT said HanJ'Rod eenterllne.; V ditch survey line, run thence South State said Lot Is numbered Section 26, Township 6 Mouth .
.Lot 4 located In V the, NK"4 ot nnr\he.t 16. Tha. of f of and NK 4 Containing 0.096 V acres more ..r! 73 degrees, 54 minutes 62 seconds according to map of Wood- Range 22 East at a point 2960.il .*KD FLORID4'

Section 1, Township 5 South; Hag. Containing acres more orI.IS' of NWK N' N' 301). leu exclusive' "of' existing !road East 100 feet run thence South lawn, which said map is recorded feet easterly from the northwest
,
MACK FUTCH.
0.05 8. F.SQ.
22 East and further' described exclusive existing road EXCEPT Stt acres In northeast I rtht of Wa. j 65 deems mlnute 52 seconds upon the Public Records of trad- corner of said Section 26. run
L. Water and COUNTY ftITIR NET
Deed Recorded In Deed Boon u. J. South 16 32 min. V7
of way. corner and i acres In OWED : East 600 feet tt end oJ said ford County Florida thence degrees
PUTt T4. public records of KradXord ECE Lois A. Water (eet second West 225.40 feet to them STIRIIEFLORIDA
: J. it. Griffin and Ala southeast : Section zf, ditch line. trine left
.CO record- luer oJ wlt Z *
Couaty.Florida, lying santa of OWE V SUBJECT TO: Uortftco ATTORJfBT8 fOR PETITIONER
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