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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 26, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY JUNE 26, 1958 NUMBER ONE

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lv'k Upset In UnionUnion Out .Of SAF .E i. Needs Boost '

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County might be declared The Red An outline of improvementsalong

dry territory after all. Bradford Deputy the'route ot U. S. 301 from

In the hotly contested Jan. 21 Maryland to Florida was reviewed

Portion of large crowd attending liquor election the wets won a N this week by C A. Gray promotional
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Merchants Plan Shower Of $$5 Bills the Shopportunity Days partyin seeming ,one-vqte victory 4o keep Into Intercepts Load director of- the U, s. 301$

front of Gem Jewelry last Sat- the county in the wet column, but fat Highway Association, who is in

urday afternoon. At left portable- ever since then a court battle has I this.area to Interview prospective

studio of WRGR from which been raging. Dry forces apparently The 'members of the association.

For Big 5th Of July Bargain DayAlthough were,broadcast. proceedings turned the tables Monday when ."" Of 'Hot Pills'I Gray said that 301 is Caving to

the disputed election results were Black.: I buck a wen-financed promotional

I of,$15 (No. 219528)) have not yet reversed by a recount of ballots in z ju. campaign currently being wagedby
Starke will likely take clip and will to five "Bennies" or "hot pills" are
go persons been claimed. the Raiford box.
: precinct ; II backers of U. S. 17, and stated -
on its usual "deserted village" at- I who are actually in the crowd in Starke merchants are, However the dry victory was c. likely to be very scarce in Alachua that 301,must "fight fire WIthfire"
4 it should be front of I breezinginto
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mosphere on July Islington's ,
pm. summer with their citywide not instantaneous. Circuit Judge sLeaton County for awhile thanks to the to hold i its share of traffIc.
a bee-hive of activity on Saturday July 5. There is nothing to buy, >
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trades day promotion doing much John A. H. Murphree did not hand keen eyes and swift action of The Highway 17 backers have
July 5, when Starke merchantswill and five people in the crowd will
information
established
to keep away the'sual hot-month down a final decision in the a plush
shower of home with an extra $5 bill in I Bradford Chief Deputy Riley
all-out go
stage an center at New Castle Del.
business doldrums.. suit, stating that a final decree a dare
Sweat
and bills. their The usual Tuesday afternoon.
bargains $5 pocket. gift cer- all-out with
will be entered after hearing fur- going ,brochures,
With a slogan of "Celebrate the tificates will also Ibe distributed Harry, Elrod Jr., chairman! of Sweat had been alerted to be on .
ther arguments in the No dgns, advertising. etc., Gray de
5th of July in Starke," local merchants in the crowd. the Starke Retail Merchants Assn., case. the lookout fcr a certain tractor- clared.
date for this future hearing
will offer outstanding values Only one winner has so far said that all cooperating stores was trailer truck heading toward He said the 301 Association,

for shoppers, and will give come forward from the last; Shop-, are well .pleased with the promo- set.In Bradford County on U. S. 301 in WILD headquarters in Rocky

away $75 at the regular snoppor- portunity party., Mrs. Elisabeth tion, and he praised the fine spirit Monday's recount, the drys I Alachua. Mount, N. C. is working closely

tunity Days party Instead of the Noegel claimed the $10 prize with of cooperation that has Been picked up seven votes giving thema Parking alongside the road just with
communities all along the
usual $50. Best of all, the extra No. 237530. The first prize of 425 shown among the merchants for winning margin of six: 565 dry inside
$25 will be given away at S5 a: (No. 177106)) and the second prize the common good of all. to 559 wet: After Monday's recount Morgan Jr. Sums Up Season soon spotted the county the Miami, the truck deputy and lite in an effort',to step up the
the'vote for improvement program of 301 from
the Raiford
A year ago, in discussing the satisfied with the profit made, motioned him over. After the driver Baltimore to .sarasota. He praIS-
precinct stood 116 wet and 111 disastrous 1957 strawberry season,I especially when they: recall the ignored his signal, Sweat took ed this ,community for its efforts

I Call St. Invaded lugs dry 114 compared to the'original tallyof Leaton Morgan Jr. said: "The money-losing deal of 1957, I nut and overtook him for holding in behalf_ol thefourlaning; of 11
wet and 102 dry.'
(By That Is) place that you lose:something is According to Morgan, if a far ,until Alachua Deputy Gene Far- miles of 301 north of Starke to

The recount was ordered by the'place; you find it:?' mer likes raising berries, one bad ]nell[ arrived. the Clay County line and listed

Judge Murphree after evidencewas The truth'' of this sage advice year won't discourage' him. Found in the truck were 45,000 the following u present or future
Starke is experiencing a nightly I installed mercury vapor lights on towns, notably Gainesville, are presented to show that a ,
proved this week ,when I in other areas:
was Mr. benzadrine-dexadrine improvements
He still pills, worth
aerial invasion- not from outer West Call and South Walnut experiencing the same invasion. number of ballots had been grows oerries in partnership -
space, however most likely from Streets. Harris says these lights While the bugs fly !by night, thrown out of' the disputed box. Morgan reviewed 'the. season just with his father, L. U.I I about $25 per bottle of 1,000, or Four-laning from' Baltimore to

nearby lakes and streams. give off a terrific heat and when they are,inhabitants' water and closed and agreed that he'd found Morgan Sr., and one conclusion :(1,125.00. the Potomac River, naw under
The
known the bugs hit them, they flop to live on insects, tadpoles, minnows, suit challenging the Jan. a nice profit in. the strawberry they have reached, after last sea- The Alachua Sheriff's office ran8\ro tiono; '
The invaders by
are 21
result
I the street ".where they flounder a- etc. Ordinarily they are harmless, was brought by Aaron Held-the :same;; field where he son, is that their planting of around J had been on the lookout for the Four-laning from the Potomacto

V several aliases some call them round until stepped on or crushedby but, Huggins warns that if, they're Crawford who charged that :severa.l Just managed- to"'break even" last 100,000 in 1957 was more supplier of a truck stop in Camp- Bowling Green Va.. within the

"locusts," others insist they're passing cars. Some of the handled while still, alive they valid dry votes were thrown year. than they can'handle economical 'ville where the pills had been sold next two years.CQ1npietion .

"giant water bugs," while old grayish brown specimens are up might sting. He "says they seize out in the Raiford precinct on a The season just closed is described ly I and four arrests made for the of through-way from
their prey with their front, claws, ruling by election clerk' Hubert as a,' good, one. Nobody "As a family we can I sale of them. Following
timers remember them as the mys- to three inches in length and managegot a tip-off North Richmond to South Peters.
terious "electric light bugs" that I have a soft shell that crunches puncture with their Dill like a Johnson. 'ricl1"; ?\o.. course,. but most 65,000 plants, which we had this 1 they had the truck picked up. burg.Fourlaning, -

suddenly appeared out of nowhere easily underfoot. mosquito and suck' the juices.. from Besides the wet-drj Issue there growers, ,.,including... Morgan, seems I [Continued on Page Five! The driver, 42-year-old Murrell from South Petersburg -

when Starke got its first street' Harris agrees with the theory the object held. was a second question on the Jan. ......,. :' Ernest Vickerson, was charged to the North Carolina line.

lights of the old carbon arc-light that they're "water bugs" because Riley Wasd'-n, superintendent of 21 ballet asking voters to decide .f- : ','' '; '" -'r"--:; ""'" -" ,, .:" .Jf with possession of central nervous Opening of a new four-lane from .
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type many years ago. The dIctionary -the I experimented by putting a I the power plant, says "We've already whether liquor sales [if the coun- t "" ': tOot E.;; .J':, "' ..} system stimulants, which carriesa Rocky :Mount to Fayetteville N. ,

gives them the highflown title (couple in a curbstone puddle and I :had 'em, but they'n'worse ty stayed wet!,should be made by !"
of: Lethocerus Americans butby i\they "took off under water just this year than ever before.He package or drink. In throwing out I..."( -' .. ',,. ,,.. ,'. two years in prison.Negotiations this:summer. '

any other name they smell as I[like Esther Williams. discounted, the theory that the new the disputed ballots, Johnson had 'D z
bad when smashed by auto tires I I County Agent,George Huggins mercury vapor lights rare the ruled that' they were void because ," ,-1 confiscate, the $35,000 truck and to Orangeburg (25 miles) within

and ,left to litter' the' pavement pressed on all Eides by inquiries cause.of the stepped-up",invasion."Qf certain voters had rejected thsale" '::1 trailer, the next year'
d sidei lk 'ev course\ 'j ..true{,:J 3. t-'ShP.: liquor Met "et.had"ch; eckecfa : _,owned and' operated_ forWares" Addition : : to
I f and } j lr 'raornlngTheacrid 'about the invasion, gained some ;r "'..!; t.-l": : Prg? second span! j
manner of'sale Inc.
'the'fight thin more, the .mtne second a Miami firm. ,
odor is remlniscenfbt: an 1 information' from entomologistsat bright r. the Savannah, River bridge at'Syf-
bugs will flock to them;" he ad- question, vania. '
overripe shrimp truck parked beside the University of Florida. He
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mits, but doubts that the lights W. W. Carter, a dry witness, '
a sour salt marsh. says they're "giant water bugs" Fourlaningfrom Hilliard{ to
Ira Harris, manager of the and probably left their marshy are responsible for, -.JJ'inging.the! said he challenged the first' bal- Meeting Friday Callahan within the next 18
bugs to town. in'the first place. lot .that thrown' out on the months. .
Florida Theatre has been chief homes because it's mating season.
bug observer for the past week He said that ,the bugs are attracted Most observers,agree mat; wnen: basis of this ruling but had not k And the four-laning from: Stance
and ,deciares that the horde' by bright lights [parti- mating! season is over:the'bug invasion challenged the ,others'because To Decide Fate to the Clay County line. '
subside and Call Street Johnson's ruling had already been CFay said all 'of these
swarms in nightly, reaching a 'Icularly the ,mercury vapor type will projectsspeak
peak at around 11 p. m. They such as the 25 new ones recently I will return to normal-"and smell made. well for the progress being

flock thickest around the newly| installed here] and that' other normal, too," they add h petullY.I' Judge Murphree's order. to open Of, Credit BureauWill made on improving 301) but that
the ballot box amounted to a continued efforts are necessary.

denial of a defense motion to dis- ie said the, Association does! : tins

301 Appraisers.Gmu Exams Set Soon Watershed Survey miss the case. The dismissal motion .: Starke continue to have type,of promotion' as'well as the

For Substitute Jobs .was made on grounds that the services of a Credit Bureau? usual billboard: advertising, distribution

the; plaintiff had not proved sufficient fie The answer to that of brochures, etc.

i At Post Office errors to upset the results, largely depends on the question The ,National, 301'rofficial said

Extension Progress Report that only one vote'-had been challenged Work Progressing New ChurchPictured I : a meeting of business men responseto called Lhat, unfortunately, ,the entire 'U.

Applicants for examinations to and that this was not : for the courthouse this Friday! S. 301 route Js being; seriously

fill substitute posts of clerks and sufficient to change thestatus of ]night at 7:30 o'clock. |t damaged by the,aHefced,operationof
Until J111y7 carriers in the local postofficemust Due ThursdayA liquor sales in the county, ,'' above are two views ofconstruction two units now under construction Mrs. f: ( speed 'traps at some locations,
have their forms, 5000 AB 'I' work now in pro- are the 'chapel [at left in lower Virginia Harris, who has such' Ludowici and Jesup. Ga.
as
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gress on the ,first twounits of a photol and the 'and beginner since it open.
t made out and mailed before July Adult nursery He eaid the, Association was doIng
Appraisers of some 80 parcelsof 2. Mailing address is Fifth U. S. meeting will be held ,in the ApplicantsFor long range builduig program for department [at right. The .I ed Jacksonville here in May this 1956, is and'states moving to everything in ita: power to
week
I GED Tests the new Madison Street Baptist main sanctuary will be1! built '
Civil Service Regional Office, : such "traps" but that
land involved in condemnation discourage
Church, Starke, I that Mrs.
First Baptist Mary Land of Lake,
Church of Starke : City
Peachtree Baker Building, '275 later and will front on Madison when local,officials
sometimes, refuse -
suits for rights-of-way on U. S. 26 at 7:30p. Given Until 7
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June to
Thursday July I willing purchase and continue
'on Alton Road ,the Street. Other: units to be"added ,
301 north have been granted an Peachtree St., Atlanta, 3, Ga. m. by the Watershed Planning Fronting : I 'operating bureau here if there to cooperate U is hard to
The examinations will be heldin are:; office building, dining room eliminate them. He said the AAA,
extension of time to complete the Party which has been investi- Adults who wish to take the is sufficient interest among the -
Gainesville at a date to be an- and, kitchen, 'and 'classrooms for : bad routed thousands tourists
gating the water problem of ,the General, Educational DevelopmentTests business houses.
job.Unable 'nounced later. adults, intermediates, young people from J30I because these
I away
to finish the
by original- Lake Region area. for the Florida Equivalency primary aDd'junior.L ,Mrs. Land has many years ot
ly\set deadline of Tuesday, they Those successful in tile examinations Diploma or to establish tenth I alleged speed traps
According to a letter from Area experience in this work and has "
will be added to the list Seating capacity of the chapel Gray said Be had received no
asked and were granted an extension grade equivalency to meet state been of the Lake
by Circuit Judge John A. H. from which'substitutes, are drawnto Conservationist ,Dayid, P. Ventu- licensing requirements must make is 430 and this unit will be used 'Credit.manager Bureau, which is owned City reports of traps being operated in

Murphree. Date for the hearingon fill vacancies as they occur. lett, the survey party. is now in a application by July 7, accordingto for :worship ,services until the'Dr. Jim McClane. She will move by Starke or vicinity, and.that. he

their report is now set for position to give a more' positive L. H. Gibson county test di- main sanctuary, is constructed in Co Starke to make her home U I did not. believe that such existed

July 3. P. 0. Box Rent estimate of the improvements) required rector. Tests will be administered the future. The'educational other 'buildingwill' facilitiesfor there is sufficient interest to here.Gray 'conferred here Monday

'If the report is accepted by the, and during the week ,of July 14. \- provide maintain a bureau here.J. .
I To Be IncreasedRates their approximatecosts. 270 'at the present time.When with James O'Sullivan presidentof
court,the State Road Departmentwill Two hours for each of the five R.
Boards of county Commis- the master plan is finished, it will Bullington, president_ of the Bradford{ Motel! Association,
amount of
deposit twice the parts of the tests are allowed the
the Starke Chamber
the total 'appraised value in thelegistry for the smallest postof sions of Bradford. Clay, and .Putnam applicant..Hours will be arranged provide a sanctuary and educa-- of Commerce.urge.s and E. J. McMeckin, of Hawthorne
all interested 'business
: men, president of the Florida 301 Association
of the court and work can fice boxes'will be increased from ., Boards of Soil Conserva- during the day or evening for the tional facilities for 800 members. whether members of the bureau and'vice president of the

then. proceed on the 11-mile 301widening $1.10 per quarter to $1.25 beginning tiqn Supervisiors, Senators and convenience of those taking the structed The additional units will be grOwthof con- or not, to attend tne meeting Friday national association. He will 'begin -
project I with the due date of July 1, test. For further details applicants as demanded by night.
Representative of the' area have { church. ", Mrs. Land and Ur. Monday contacting businessmen
\Making the appraisal are A. ,J.! according to Postmaster G. J. Mc- all are urged to contact the Adult the McClane will be present to ,discuss in this area in the interest
Sr.W.. S and. Gulf Other box rates remainthe been invited as well as people usa Cost of the first twoumts is around -
Thomas ,. Sibley Jr. Education Office at the and explain the work of the bureau of increased membership in the
I interested in :the problem. [ $65,000 which, is 'beingfinanced
S. E. McKay. same. building. and how it can continue to association.He .

r Gibson further stated that this largely, by the, sale .of be a benefit to St rke. said that promotion work
will be the last testing period until SHOWER OF bonds. More* than half of the this
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At present there are around 20 planned 'by the association ,
Navy Jet Finds.New Home At Playground-Park September 8.Colson's bond issue has already been subscribed members of the Starke Credit area in the near future incluCTS
and another drive is' being -
\ Bureau, but at least tWice' that new billboards and Neon signs at
launched this weekend to I
$5 BILLS number is needed, for continued Callahan and at Yulee advertise
I Tedious unloading;i operationsf Store complete the sale according to L.' operation' here it is said.AAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAA. ing U. &'301.

a multi-ton obsolete Navy jet A. Cangva, building chairman.,
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; o nd-park early last week., The 'Looted structed on ablock of propertyon
Monday NEW POLITICAL TIME TABLE
cane at left of picture' had a West Madison Street.:
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v iinI ow line around middle of the 7
+ V Tues., June 24-Opening date for qualifying'candidates
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)Diane while small crane offered; Colson's store In Brooker was Mayors Court
M Tipport from rear.; Note how front almost completely cleaned out -'- '" // for Representative to State'. Legislature.,

lift ; vheels of the cab are lifted off, morning Gets Six., Cases:
early Monday when. an Mon., June Registration .books close.in precincts.
he ground. Jet was given; to the estimated three, men gained;ten- pIn /! '. Six cases'' of- public intoxication

:ity by the Navy ,at the request trance through a window, and addition to regular $50 appeared on the docket of,, May Tues., July Deadline for, qualifying candidates for
t. & )f Mayor W. 'l'. Jackson. loaded about worth of
$1,000
Legislature
1 up or's Court Monday, ,with none of' Representative, .to State ,
merchandise in trash boxes and Cash Prizes; Five $5 Bills the defendants'appearing..
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frt 'rid t-s left by way of a side,door. Tues.. July Opening date for. qualifying candidates
defendants, J. C. Brown
,," ,,,' _rX Goldwire Colson owner of the will be given away to per Josephine Four Brown. W.- C.Forsyth for county office (School Board, and
Y general stare, .in estimating ,the County Commissioners).
and Odis Brown each forfeited
loss, said the thieves took about sons IN THE CROWD at
I La bond of $27 -while the other two,
4 $18 in tax money clothes watches Tues., July 22-Deadline for Qualifying candidates for
the Shopper!unity Party John Anders Pitts, and 'Robert ,
knives, lighters an adding ma- county office. -"- *--
BOie Crosby each forfeited bond '
chine and other merchandise. West- Call St. Saturday '
on of $52.
Investigating officer. Deputy Sat..Aug., 9-Final date for registering as aTOter, In

1 Riley Sweat placed the time of Julys;; = Leonard Smith ,and ,James A. the September Primaries 'and=Novem

the Incident at about 4 o'clock in Hollis had:paid bond of $12 eachon ber General Election.

; the morning. charges of running a-red light. .
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: Sweat said that the. getawaycar Join The,, Fun t Neither- appeared. Tues., Sept. 9-First Democratic Primary. ,-

was parked down the road I'' The' only defendant to appear .
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from the store.- Footprints, tire 4 I in court was Raiford Tetstone, Tues., Sept. 30-Second Democratic Primary, :

A r- i; a.- J" tracks and fingerprints were tak- It May Pay You! charged ,with failure to have a Tues.. Nov. 4-General Election. '
en and the Sheriff's office 'iTworking I proper, tail light. He pleaded

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NOTICE TO DEFEND ''I ard Stephen Fernandex, deceased;e By: Harry H. Rabb, Jr. ter opening the bids. and in the tribution and Final D9thar: e. and
f .Out la Circuit Court, Bradford C iat/. I have filed my petition lor Prendent. event the contract is awarded t. that on the ith day of July A. D.
I final
editorial fiends: la ChaBcery. I : discharge, and that 1 will ap- Attest: Joseph E. Gray the Bidder he will within tea (18)days 1958, I will apply to the Honorable I
Julia Buda Williams Plaintiff vs. I ply to the Honorable Theron A. .Secretary. thereafter enter Into contract Tfeeron A. Yawl Crunty Judge of
WilJtam Henry Willanis. Defendant, Yawn ,County. Judge of Bradford i.): 5t 7-1U .an* furnish the required bond, Bradford County, Florida for approval
01 Case N.. U- 1' County, Florida on July 11, nail i 'toiling which ha sba.ll forfeit at- of Bald Final Return and for
NOTICE TO APPEAR at 10QO: a.m. for approval of the p t wit a* liquidated damages TfcEld .
SECTIO.V' 1 Order of trlbutiue and Final
CALLFOR BID aa
Houses) .Must ,Come First; ,To: William Henry Williams. same and for final discharge ad fefcWKRAOE SYSTK.W KITEXMOMSALOXR Bond and Prfw a c. bond Discharge aa Administrator ofestate. Aid
whose residence 'and addre'sa Is:. 17 ministratrix of the estate of ttlch- D.v H1GIIW(311) are required to DC seeured from .a .
-- .- ... The Mister Street. Franklin, N. J. ard Stephen Fernandrx.. deceased. (TKMPtK ,.\V1!:\(;IU agency of the surety o* !. uraBc. ,or-'ia Sth day of June A. D-, 1956 I
,Of the hundreds of people who through You are hereby notified that a suit'for Dated this June, 17 Florida.laiS! at btarke, City OP Starke, Florida company, which agency shaU save :Charles: M. SchtnUtiniblratcr
pass Bradford County am established placeof ba&inesi In
divorce has been filed againstyou SEALED PROPOSALS will be- received A ot the Estate ofCharin
Starke each day, a great many might be potential Past in the above named Court and sl Eva Administratrix 1. Fernandez of the estateof by the Clty Council. City of the State of Florida and b. dUly .U McGooo, aka! C. L. Me&X -
licensed to conduit business thereto.
and hereby required to Stark* Florida, until 4OU: f.M.
cause are .
residents. you >n. deceased.
Some stop to consider Starke'a's their Richard Stephen Kernan- Kara bid shall be addressed to .
serve a copy of your answer or (Eastern Standard 'rime) on July Hi: 4t 7U
home.. pleading to the complaint on the del, deceased. 1 A.D. 195i for the construction or the City Council City of Starke,
!future They askquestione at the restau (-19 it'71UOTiCE Florida marked 'se.age System; -
Plaintiffs Attorney Tanzter. ft Maddox a' new sewerage system extension:
rant, at the. motel, ,and at the service station. 103 Law Exchange Building, along U. S. Highway zen (Temple Extension Along U. S. Highway 51 NOTICE TO DEFEND
Because the (Temple Avenue). City of Starke.Florida" ..
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state
and cotmty la ClrcvU C ri. Bradford Jacksonville 2, Florida and file the % Avenue) complete as hpwlwith all
The/ drive Around town, visit our stores, and were in financial straits the local original In the cffke of the ,Clerk of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: by piping, manholes connections, stub- and delivered to tbe office narldas la Thaarrry.
talk the before the. Bradford County Fair Associa lift station and tore of th City Clerk City of Louise Rosier Wilks. Plaintiff, vs.
I to 1)66516) they meet. school board ruled thai the 1933 the.Circuit Court on or the 21 outs sewage Starke. Florida either by a representative
iitj! of July; ,lS5'r otherwise, the tion Incorporated Jones-Langford- main/.11 in operablecondition. Claude WilksIkfendanLCaaQ
of the bidder who snail
But: most of them,move. on down state. ,Not school term, would be shorieneS. allegations" of said Complaint will bet White Post Number 56, The American Alt material- and' equipment furaished'and obtain a receipt therefor or by U-51t

because they are dissatisfied with.the stores they BHS waf scheduled to open Sept liena.This .notice confesed.by,shall be you.publlhedfIce! profit Legion of Its a intention corporation) to apply not for to be in accordance all work with performed the plan snail, rl'IJOt.'d mail with return receipt ftetlce To: Claude Te agpearl Wilks. whose residence

: visit, ;'tr the city' fas a whole, but because they 4 and ttyejhiral schools.July.10... .01 each week for four,consecutive weeksin the Honorable Ceo. L. Fatten one I specificatiottt- and contract, documents requested.The City reserve the right to i and address is: UfikBown.
of the Circuit Courtin thereto wbtch
of the Judges
the Bradford County Telegraph. pertahilns You tr* hereby notified that a suit
can: find no suitable place to live, even if they Also to meet' the financial crisiS Dated, this, 1S day of June, 1933.;; I and for the Eighth: Judicial Circuit may IHf examined at Ute office at waive Informalities in any bid; to for GaWC'Ca and restoration of maiden
salaries school personnel Mere! in and for Branford! County, (Clerk Starke. "Florida and reject any or all bids In whole or
gf SEAL the City filed in
would (OFFICIAL;; ) name has been against you
4 like to stay here. They find that adequate Florida, or in, his absence one at af the office off Reynolds Smith: In part with or without cause, and
CHARLES X DARBY, the above named Curt and "e
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cut 10
housing is 1 lacking per rJ .t. Grade,,schoolteachers the other Circuit Judges at lu aft* Hills Architect and Kgtnm' |nr to accept the bids that In its
as it always has been in -.iT1 the Circuit CourtBj and to serve
'rkrof are required
whd were paid $75 per r. m. on the 11 day of July 27 Park street (P. O. Box 4817) judgment will be for the best interests you fwyof
to the
Marlan..4; Crosby pleading
t Starke:, 1938. for an order approving an Jarkunnvlll. Florida. Plans and of tbe City of Starke, riorl- your answer or
month in 1932 were cat to 8i complaint the PUlnti/fs
< ; Deputy Clerkt of on
amendment to the Charter the 'ifif'1ttlnl may be purcha".dfJ'om
1I e<
: If it for \lAt.JCntl, ]ndge'. Court OfBradfeed da.CITY COl'NCIL OF THIS: Eo K. Starke
11ere'n thfe>! ever-present housing and high ,school teachefi were said Fair Association.The Reynold Smith and Him Attorney i'errynuui.'

problem, Starkev would inherit many', new resi- cut from isa.ttf J81"Charik
dents, ; t ,.Jiss new 'iffeap people ready to 4 I Deceased. ., ,- said Charter, the major changes being not he refunded. Individual copiesof the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
to change the name to 'Brad- the specifications and partial '_ ,. And before the of 1 58otlifrwise.
mBait3f ana games liD The ( Itt Jadce'i ('aunt In or 14 day July.
help.their new-found'community; ready to aid ; .s aih1: : PROBATE fora County Fair Association Inc. '. nets of drawings may be procuiftlfor For Bradford County, flortda. !. the allegations of said
t in its growth. Richard lWsiaigrithtretuih; ( t to -To all persons. Jnterested in the to increase authorized indebtednessor $500 per copy and $0.70 per. I'robilr. Complaint will be taken ,as contested -
town, Tuesday, jnorhinj with I eMatg t.said,,decedent: liability to J100.UOOOO' and otherwise sheet respectively, not refundable.A In Re: TIle Estate of Charles I* by you.
T h is. because /1'1,111. are.-hereby notified that awiiitted to conform, .o and comply, with Bid Pond properly executed by Mi-Goon alka: C. L. 5h-Goon dt'ce..s'pd. This notire hall be yubhrtied oneeeaih
five foot 4nigatbr. Pbf f of Chapter 616 Florida Statutes which
b and
I .tr I .tnslr ment purporting to 'it cannot. provide :adequate,, desirable, places J in hunt injdtstat .1 Jake Mond1gnight. the List }Will and Testament of, said such specifies associations.! charter requirements for or a certified or cashier's checkon NanceOf Filler I'rlltlon For final the week Bradford for four County crnsecnthe Telegraph.weeksin

which to ute. Additional t housing facilities would Another j atol was killed decedent, pae.lerQ toy admitted are hereby to probatein com ,The proposed Amendment is now a rum any not National less or than State five Hank percent, in ii! barge Of AdmhiistratorK Dated this 9 day of, Jane, 1958.
this! CS'utl.1
e increase revenue on. everything from taxes to the hunters.safd> tut tt sank l under : manded. within% fsix calendar months niv file in tbe office of Charles A. (50of'the amount bid, mad pay- .dice is hereby given that I have (OFFICIAL Charles A.SKAL Darby) _
J Darby. Clerk of the Circuit Court able to the City of Starke Florida.must filed my Finela Return as Administrator
f to.clotnes. the boat andthei were uh: from the..da e.\of,the first ppalicatinof in and.for Bradford County, Florida'Pradtord : each bid th 'trcuh.. Court
grocrje},fromi! Ihja notk-e, to appear in this Court accompany as a i f the estate of Charles 1. Mc- CierK ol (:
County Fair Association, guarantee that the Bidder wilt not Goon 'kk;, C. L. McGoonj deceased By Marian L. Crosby; Deputy Clerk
/ ,(lung people vrarft, b, settle down in a able to brink It iip. and ,sb'ow. cause)if,any you can why a
community S. the, action of,.this .Court in admitting; etc. withdraw from the competition af that I have filed my Petition for Dis r 6112 4t 7,3
.such as.outs to lire;.work, and play. Retired Cached BaidvV1U 16 probate sh uld not standunrerohed.
Food ..rr Ee1ltt .._ ._,
like our
persons A'
,, frien41y town well.enoughto -----
Approxlm \ 1Y. ,36011 ans of ,., ., A, 1 awn.rC .
spend i lifeti 's: here. Judge, Bradford County,
a earnings But they,all the inty
food
< werj put up to toJiinlfr .1qrda. .' I
}
,
'.
requfre,.place, to .five, arid a great number want under th; bnergencxv! Belief! (m-nct.\\ {51'\'tt,

., to .riuy k place of their; own Committee Jrooker 1&a ,the,. fer : First pubTk-atlon
+ ;Tins' city ,is '1 losmg'raoqey' A every, day ,because est mouUwlth ,211' ins:; / q r

; problem, is ,attemjjrtingjto! (jo something, about it. t Hampton. 451 a wty 178, IltldNewRfver' titzji\: ENTiON TO"iGt8tE.tIt''tblOl'S

;Ailocal t fcpns.tructioji cojnpaitf It planning: a net? 124.Ft. aA'Y. f,nT-K = r Y 1 'Cq 1"11 hereby;given that SAME the un- ,

subdivision and lists appealed to the councilmen Field pe1,were csraedjhft the i der-sTrne: (m1erste provisions of t 4 ,
.., 'tomatoes Chapter tO.)U.J*\\'s of Florida Acts :Y
for h'elp. .1 largest amount out j : Pork LB.
U MTMMW .w* mm-J 44 iVJrttt reRia&r- with the Clerk 4 Chops 69c"SuperRight" I
: : okra corn. ana soup mix were of the Circuit Court In and for Bradford -
.
: JTwp locaf traders/ eager to aid such afi 1mjtorjanl also put up. County. Florida, upon receipt of i
.k considerable proof of publication of this notice! :
ttndeifakfrrg] .ijaVe Ifpenm; .r:The.ioUowing rules for canning -'he fictitious nan...> of Bradford Sh"
: e pYiork'Quta) ; \ : # ti f ctQt' ran T4Js were :drawn Up: Donors of large Repairs under which I am engagedin

: was4.x p-emeiy Wncult, 3s we\ city i Is.sy :ilready am untS''Or vegetables' 'shall Jie- Stark business*, Florida.at 126. Court, Street

$rated to..ihe.Jiij ft.ATbk.JJt] S. :.301 .wldfnmsrproject "cefve 20 per cent of. the 'canned'produce Audrey Tlarrtngton.. 128' Court . .. .
.
=
.will costShrke..aliout in 40 per cent 'goes to re- Street. Starke. Fla. w4eowner
: : $75,000 itself. Dated this 15th day nfpJune. A. DS
Of coarse this;will be.repaid a hundredfold lief workers In the canning pia'nt.Jand. 1958 at Starke, Bradford County

: 'future-y irs, bn t the Initial l outlay hurts, storeroom.. 40 per cent to the relief Florid'NOTICE 'oF'iSTE Tio's tin: it TO JJ10.+ Western Lean Half or Whole

\ 'XiloWin mIl xteff the value df another .
housing
[ Those .1 bringing{ smaller a-- REGISTER F1CT1TIOCS .XA>IEotHe
: project. the/CoilWfl Tame up with a generous K mounts the owner will donate = } is hyreby pUen.that the undersigned of- ....- .
under Ute provisions
,plan which it offered to'the construction tornp&nr.tra one can out'of every 10 to the relief Chapter'O.SaJ.. ,Laws of Florida, Acts C
> t.Trhicji'lfajs to.be"Accepted' by them. 'storero of 1J41.. will register with the Clerk
n. Brad-
of the-CnuitCourt, in:and;for
: The "City 'ofrere tQ cpfflplet the paving of a''' fe If'r County, Florida Upon receipt of ,i Pork Loin

Pratt Street' : 'No more double: parking in the proof of publication of this notice, 'I LB.
: $\\rofahotjt "thert. ppos ed. "project, the. fictitious! names ,of Clay- Gully i
ir'i4 ed life cost dpes not exceed; t the;estimated Post office block, declared the Ranch, under'which I am engaged In, ,

: $7,656. Also, 'Cqjjncilme'h: of(ered to have 1933 city council. business Fla 2 miles south of Hampton. .

The order was. Issued by ChiefA. ri/D.'Alfen, Boa: 26,.'Hampton;"Fla.; ,
materiajg iewaire
ih half the
t city 'pay cost ;of \ .fs> .p 'L Alvarez, who said "Aut sole "wher. ,

'If''I ,ANH do all the work of i!\stallingsewer pipes. mobile drivers who wish to attendto Dated this 19th day Bradford of June County A. D.,
1938 at Starke
All that the construction company, would have to business, no matter how urgent FJortdL .:. -

: pVy 1 I '"6n estlrriated ,$1,500 to cover'half the cost must AIr;. 'place ,next to .. .*.-t ,mi>\' it Tile .. .T

r -materials.. ?, ., .. the curb Jo' iark,7or,elseIt -; 'CALL. 1-'FOR"btfb.1un.,,1Lr
.'With?urplus''mOny"non existant, and"pldrreat- was suggested Uiat rfolaionmight y '!"k eale4' "bids l wi'il% weue4 W

: 4eni'Ky for street improvements l the .Coun be 'fined.'or/arfestea.. t: 'JltArKe.. .trclty) Florida Council, at the, tb City*, City tfaU, ef Ja Libby's Corned ,
'
e t 'cil "bent over_ feacHwa'rds"''and 'risked criticism: Those 'iailliil, e _Wprufy i ;Atarke J.flI,. ;,'Florida, until.July\ .,1:00,: oIvn'ruesday.3 ...; lock ill .C-.CO O RNISH GA'ME HENS each h 69 Ic"SuperRight" 'I' ., v.m .-
.to" enable Starke to receive 'ii ch: -heeded housing :..1.il.bldt: tltDe..and. p! : :
f @iUttes., Grand Mft.j ::1 'tmt."to: the r. ffe :' ;,bS11c Meceived.n. 'iUbwcand \ / Wt ,
Butler cHapler (h3! ;Btitfrdiy i .4. 'read alofid! fcn/the ("'to.

Thjs.) together with recently expressed interest evening frorrTthVstafite'jChapterwere ,.fnfj ne }j t+ir..1913:. TudrSedLsoiorlac BEEF HASH

: in JrvF deral housing'project, is proof, that our : Mr ,'E, ,W.U: ies. Mrs. G. i :. .Elght. Police 209, hpandwtt4.a Special; with

: Councilmen, jiave. realized J the potential, growth A. Anderson/Mrs. 'W/J/Epperson) ;'minimum a .mlmlmu( ,of of IH inch -wheea. ...ute, '
,
b : 1 rate that could be induced by adequate housing Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 'Futch 'Mr. I equipped .fan with and.Tieavy turn duty.in4Ice.tor'brakas. Heavy Western

: facilities -- a potential that would benefit every- and Mrs. ;(}. M. Sistriink, Mrs W. I ;,Leece radiator.Nevitle 6U-AYP .""'ate

; one'in the citrahd county by attracting industry C., Wooton, Mrs. W. 'H. ''Biggs. '_)'Item. to Ono be Tudor tracl.d. lhl.. Yord a I 1 Mb can 31c
Mainline uded
Mrs. E. D. Wells'and Mrs. ..i sad
L. H.
:: : hd.people i interested in the progress of Starke Hill. A ;'poUc..piounted.pAnew. equipment .to poUc.be' :ccar.arl.Te..aald.CU7.leaerv 1"old. BEEF RIB STEAK 'Ib> SSe

and Bradford County. ...... i can be sera et tbeflgM
t
"' :iC. .
..v. Road 'Work Cheaper Then, 11 to srcept.or..., FtrUB1DA t all.btdLCITY
)Because lice "Needs Him" The foUov,1ng"article ''from- (tfie pF lIT ARKE.
Johns.
By: Carl Citytplk.t ilfw
'' ;, t I
,-, Telegraph of Jude '1933 'tells as
; : .. .... :: ;: I"'''. B..4b -
.. f : .
of the high
story present cost of In 'dafen! se'of his No. '1 man Sherman Adams, ,C..rt .o&agtr. +4f.'J."IJ""lowU" ,send "Super-Right" Short Shank
living .when H'ls"compared'to'iiiecoot t. ('..stir a.te
'Rl"1tA"1
president 'Eisenhower\ has said that "a gift is of work ''E OF'
on Highway 301 1STEPHEX FERNANDEZ.

..k i wle ge..ofcourse.; According to 'the Adjminijtration's. i- "Between '$75,000- d $M, OO %FOR FiN.11.OF FILING nISCH.\RGE! PETITION OF ;fULLY COOKED PICNICS Ib 3ge

viewpoint ra gift's ar gift when (It of federal funds will be spent in AU\lIl'ItIiTRATRIX' IT MAY eu=", crKN.Sotke .. J

:goes toa'Republicanbuta; bribe when a' Democrat Bradford County, this summer to TO ALT WHOI 115 that 1 .
hereby returns ad
J oh"the:" ;.. receiving end: -"- -7.ttow straighten out Road 13 between have, filed oft ( estate ef all Rlctministr I i PORK & ;BEANS
Starke atria :
and Santa .
Fe. bridge, according ..
: else l "can we exptairtr.. JiJisenhower's I IWANT
.an an, announcementmade
-hockilig.statkmedtthat although Adams im-
was. Monday by Leon B.,Thrasher
,
prude tJn his'actions 'as :a"go.behveen: he (Mr. 'state road department en I : -r.7. "J C

Eisenhower: ) ha?. no 'intention of firing him beau ghieer."Construction. ;:: r'r 'i'

't e ,"I heed'him", of the new road TO jiChiffOfl i 52-ozcan ,2ge
tfff
We : redict "that this pathetic summation,: which will shorten 'the distance :

!his: dejfene 6f, the ''tarnlsrjed Adams, will.echoandnrtchorthrp from 'Starke to the bridge one 'SPEC- ''

gh the nation( while' deludedcltliens mile, as well as eliminate a'rid' several "''''fJi!
dangerous,
*:Republican.i and!Democrat .alike wonder crossing curves, will mean one employment railroad -. CLEAN-UP f -

who going.' to consider what the country needs. .for a large nUmber of'Bradford EelbeckVaterground SultanaBrand
'
e .
County, idle:since erne of the CORN MEAL 3 Ibs 39c
'
conditions under which the federal 1 lona Bartlett 2 1-2 can .
We Need "C o0 Politics 1 '
loans made is
ace that J local
labor shall ,be," employed:' T H SI Cashmere Bath Bars
The hotter ,:tile weather, the more our s 9m.pathieszo Month Of Mandates f P'EARS 29' STUffEDOLIVES
: 2 for 27c
: out to those poor candidates who will June has' always$ been the traditional BOUQUET,

:'soon 'Tbe/'cotnbliig the highways" byways 'in ,mopth! forHmarriages.'The r' t I

"an effort,f 9 !mterest t ..voters in;.electing JOT reelecting Bro ker column carried marriage i ::1 --. Detergent

them:tp::2f( announcements "of:Lthe"following: B1tLOANS1'? F AB size 77c
I ce."f giant
e ..Ajd) all!,b sause. the last.Legislature'f { .li P and Mr. ;.Zeanous Williams, son ,"of : lOlL' -oz jar J. only 49
Mrs. Williams < Lake
changed tne/electibixJaw to,make .the primaries4fall "Mrs.: Bernice Crpsbyi.'granddaugh-jf ;: 11ut'err and; Jim -DandyIMS Detergent .

i in September of the tim honoredj
ipstead ter,of Mr. and Mrs.-TT '
A. Crosby; "
jlates In May 'This means 'that candidates who : AD, regular 33c
Mr. Elmer Stokes Air t 2 lbs
n son :of and
; 1 Sc
: :k9FcefwagedJtrTeir;: Hrnp !tnsJ in the comfortable 1
,Mrs Bert Stokes, -and Miss Cora 5111k FortifierBOSCO
and Apr will'now talce" fiehighways'and Cleanser
: wont t4s,0: tan:1\: \, tp ( Padgette. daughter of Mr. and !f r '

: ,Jule-. and AugustItV. ,Byways: 'under he-torrid'sun' ,of Mrs James.P deitte. were'tiaitedis. A-JAX 2 regular 31c 12 oz 37c


:>goihl:. to" be',io iugh. In the 'first\ place,. we marriage- Saturday" evening..at I ; Blue Label

f canYJ5? 2:1.liuttvtMIer how a candidate! expects to the 'home.-of'Kir." and.'Mrs..Lr B. Shortening Gold Medal

find anyone at'Home' in July of August. One-third Crosby. Rev. G. E..McCauley per- -IJPTO : '. KARO'SYRUP pt. '25c ,SNOWDRIFT, 1b tin '31c: IF LOURt.10: lbs ::99cI

rot. fh'fe'votirs'-w-ill:, : \ be A-icatidning out'>tf state; 'lit forming the ceremony. Many

: ti&ast a mVfhiril: villb'' fishing or .swimming in friends and relatives of the bride : ] :

: ,the nearest l lake; and the final: third, will be,snoozing and. groom enjoyed the affair.. .5 '
-- .
I In'thY'shide" ':of:an old oak tree. e SThe $600M r r C'

.,. And,If:by chtnce; the,hapless candidate shouldfinally : Evergreen Section announced

"Idcatfc.a ytterat home,".he'll still find it the wedding "Charles Red-

."diffioilt to talk. jx>litics. For the person- whorftnVmhuilr ding and Miss Mazie' Oriffis of 1

,* ',Kwirnming, or vacationing at some Piffle Grove on May 19. ;LB, y

1 resort'will llxf out,of sorbs just' because he isn't, ,

,and definitely-irTno! mood for campaign I speeches. I. The c..t Jidge.r J Cart :]. "Folks Find Us Friendly"

,\Tht re..:are!,just three subjects fit. for'discus- 14a.Aid '.'.r Bradford C.aatr. FUrIX -

sion in dun: ,,3u1eand, ..AugusjtThey are (i in RE:. P.ESTATE SCHOFItLD OPA.V.VIE. L LOCAL FINANCE ;"'m-.. .-. I-

'the order named) ice cold watermelon,' corn on deceased.* .
Ihefc t oJ :T.vial f Nish\ 'WacT riy l le. OTICE. OF PROBiTG s. >
I ; "* 1'.ta .. ...... Jitrmtttf IB Tfce COMPANY : G den'R1pe : FPeALB.r .
'
'And wWjrfe'tJ5e'st\ Cn t leive polhics? We'lllet Tou Estate-.f Sa4. Dreedertt .
are hereb,
aetified '
-that a irrU- S
: the cHndidatrtHlsrure ,atyout." ten Instrument purporting to be ... Aw.CSI sotaosr sees etranit ,tJ'wefitlr'
.
the la -"IU atid.tteetameit 'of said 114 N."Walnut St. N .. -
THE "!'i&'P Al k .6 Co13f3'V: ($ CM'H bate decedent In this has court.been admitted You t. pro '
are Hereby iAPFood) Stores I
Doors
from ,7
((3 Post
1 ESt. 1171 commanded within six calendar Office) .
months, from the date of tbe.Jtr.tpublication C
:'r 'Of 'this notice to appear L b*._
A ,u.t8 OLDEST WBEKLT NEWS-' tanthi court, and shtiw,canse. : Phones 580 and- 581 11II GilA! AQ.Mt1C t 'AJf1 11' towwr .- t ",
if any ,yea can why the.jictioa, of 5' -
.. -r.p.R"' : PIBU" t 1f' 'Yt .1f : r. ,tp.probate phonld not stand unre- ,.
LNP1 t THE SAME Kt: ltlb: .
...l1..... ..-..'Tfc.r. ... t:....+t .. aee..d Clara Wafer Toked.sj I Theron A. Yawn, County Judge Manager Starke; fla. :
.I the P.... 'fl "l" ... ,
a' ltar. FU. fader Art ( Mar. 197) First publiati.'ii' on June !S, It.; _
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THuRsDAY. JUNE 26 1938 '' "' .
fiSADFQBD COUNTY XCLXG&iPB, JZABXEV* FLOHIDA. 'f- THURSDAY. JUNE 26. 1958r .


YYYYYYYWW.iYYYTTTYTTTY' ., fivers present. After the meeting prizes were.won by several ladies. Methodist Church trip to New Jersey,to,visit I | Ollie Kendrick. of Bradford County Florida: said
delicious fish served ; ,. Executor of the Estate of Annie accounting embraces all of the assets -
was by the Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lee's trother In4aw-and : P '
Schofieid. deueast inane and 'disbursements for
NORTH ,SIDE host church. The next 'meeting Lucille Rowe and Mrs. 'A. W. Sunday 9:45: a. 'm. Church: Ml: and Mrs.'Joe McKowan.. publication on June 26, 19D8. the period from June 3, 1955. through

., will'' be' held July 17, at Hickory Brown. Mrs] Thompson received School, for: all ages :11 a; In. expected,to pick up Mr.Lee's _. 6-26 It 7-17 June You t1. W further*. -notified' .-.,- that If

Bj Sin. Can Brown Grove. Let us all plan to attend, many lovely gifts. < Morning Worship:! Dr, C, E. U m. mts in.Fairmouth, ,jGa.,'.to I The Covatr Jadse'i Co..rt. IB dad: you have are any objections tp said accounting
Speaking of Sunday School The Black Creek Association' ker of Atlanta, Gal-will: bring! he trip with them.Mrs >r Bradford County Florida. IB .or to any .iteiu.; contained
.
tYYYYTYYYYYTT rTTTTTTT rooms, we had a donation of $410 WMU quarterly meeting will be the message. A nurserY provided in and son,. Johnny are to Re': .Estate ft Franklin C. Hol- therein with the such Court obioctioW and a" -ipy mast he thereof filed

We had a visiting pastor from 'toward our building Sunday held July 7 at Cedar Creek Churchat for small children during morn- Florida 'with them for a deceased. f"rvupon the attorneys for the
Oak Grove Baptist Church with night. May the Lord bless the gift 9:30: a. m. All ladies are urgedto ing service. MY?, 6:30: p.:'m. and 'lere. I OTll'E Executor within hirty (JO? days cr
i I : All creditors and other will standapproved.
accounting
said
qs Sunday morning. Everyone en- and the giver. attend. 8 p. m. Union Services.at the Mr. and Mrs.,James'Bridges i an interest- the Estate persons of I Rated this Isth day of June 1953.
Joyed the message he I brought. Veda and I Wayne Suggs spent Announcements of the week Methodist Church" with Miss Gainesville visited on Monday C. Hollingsworth, Deceased. Norman J. Smithof

Brother Suggs filled his .regular several days with their aunt and are Sunday School, 10 a. m.. Bessie Howell, missionary ,on leave Tuesday last week with Mr. Hollingsworth are hereby, notified Executor that rn James this Bates. McGowan for Executor 4 JonesAttorneys P.! O. Box

service, Sunday'evening uncle. Mr..and Mrs. George Dor- Worship 11 a. m.. evening Worship from Japan' as speaker.. Mrs. L. C., Clemmons' and filed his accounting in the- above :396 Gainesville. Flcrlda.
Guess everyone is making plans sey of Jacksonville last week. 8 p. m. prayer meeting Wednesday Wednesday, '7:30' P. m. Prayer and Mrs!' Leroy Raulerson I estate, with the'County Judge 621::! -It 717ALVAREZ' \

for'a big day Friday the Fourth Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott and 8 p. m. Brotherhood, Friday meeting and' Bible Study. family in :Hampt n..

of July. If you plan to be on the children spent last weekend in 7:30 p. m. and choir rehearsal Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon STORE Established 1894 II

highway or in the water be care- Fernandina with Mrs. Scott's after prayer meeting Wednes-i' At The Tabernacle Oakland Park are visiting Men's Clothing
mother Mrs. Cora
Jones.
ful.We day.There week In Hampton with. Mrs. J. -
had a wonderful time Mrs. Sarah Andrews and Mrs. will be a "working" on Bible Saxon. -
Members of the Reader'sClub
Thursday at Kate Alvarez were dinner guestsof the Sunday School rooms Satur
our Associational of the The perfect tribute toa \
Gospel Tabernacleplan "
Mr'and,Mrs. G.,L. Sapp Fri day. We will be looking ,for lrmvtit l
Sunday School meeting held at you. to Intensify their readingfor tyy...'......
Highland Baptist Gerald Suggs pastor.CLAY cherished .
Church. The day.Glad memory
the summer Members of the
theme was "enlargement" to see little Jimmy Alvarez LONG' BRIDGE
and has recovered from children's group are having.Flan::: :
measles.Mr.
tied In well with our plans for McDaniels who has' beenin !' .TY.T..YT..YT. nelgraph studies in the'ook -of AND ;:NEW Every funeral that we conduct ,
building
Sunday School iooms. Gainesville for John. These,, lessons are* so im- is a source of sustaining
a hospital the
North Side tied Cedar Creek HILL pressive that no child can fail to Mn. E. A. Sapp solace and I
lot the attendance banner past three weeks, is now underan spiritual inspira. t4; ,
13:now based which oxygen tent and requests our benefit from them: : tion to the family ;m ,
on teachers
and of- prayers. bj Mn. J. L. Strickland Those not attending Bible

Others on the sick list are Mrs. 4..AAAAAA&.AAAAAAAAA.AJim' School elsewhere- ,are cordially- invited The farmers of this section Hundreds of details are managed and economical
to really thankful for the rains
Cowart Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. New- JoinlPresbyterian day and. Monday because ly attended to that only a trained and careful
some, and Mr. and Mrs. Carter. and Bessie Strickland were
organization when the need
perform
week corn other vegetables, and can urgent
in Starke Tuesday of last
Let us pray for a speedy recovery ChurchFriday co were;suffering from lack : for serving is at hand.DeWITT .
HomeGAY'S Appliances for them. visiting a doctor and doing a small

Mrs. Maude Wainwright is amount of shopping. Jack Wilkinson -. Adult Choir practice, rain. .
C. JONES
Mrs. Nan Merritt and
!
Your spending this week with her was with them. 8p.m. ? "
Friendly Our grandson has been suffer- Moody put up a few sticks FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
-
mother. Mrs. Susan Sapp in Gainesville Sunday Church "School for
Norge Dealer ing with enlarged gland of the all ages 9:45: a, m. Morning,Worship tobacco last week. PHONE 7

Mrs. Margie Burton of Jackson- throat for a few days. "The Christian Conscience" of Ira Palatka:Merritt enjoyed and Harold last We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and accept

NQBGE: APPLIANCES ville spent the weekend with theS. Due to illness John Brown and 11 a. m. Pioneer Youth Fellowship, ANY life Insurance policy in force issued by ANY company M
C. Harleys. Other guests for Ellen Norman were not able to 6 p. m. Union Evening, Service,
S MAYTAQ WASHERS Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. attend church Sunday. There were First Methodist Church, 8 p. m. payment in part or m full on funeral services. Consultation

Gerald Suggs and children others whose names we failed to Message and slides by Miss .Bes- FIRST carries no obligation.

COLEMAN HEATERS and Frances Martin spent Saturdayin get.Jim sie Howell, missionary to Japan,,
FLOOB FURNACESWe St. Augustine with Mr. and Strickland was able to attend Tuesday Board of Deacons Rev. Lewis 301)s

Mrs. Jimmy Richards and chil church services Sunday.Our 7:30: p. m. Rain or ftT On The

Service All Makes dren.A daughter-in-law DottleFields ThursdayJunfofl Choir grace Jefferson and Court Shine AI AUCTION Premises

Of Appliances from Jacksonville spent th : .
stork shower was given last p.m.HAMPTON jrt'9Y Phones: Office.
Friday night in honor of Mrs. afternoon with us Sunday; Wil TUESDAY, JULY STH, 2 P.M. SHARP
Phone 10 liam Starling and son Harvey '
"
at the home of SUNDAY SERMONS
Marion Thompson KINGS BAR, Package Store and Cocktail Lounge
Starter, Florida Mrs. A. W. Brown. During the from Middleburg also visited us

evening games were played and Sunday afternoon. Dottie tells usher Sunday School 9:45 A.M. :
mother Mrs. Scott, and one
: cf Dottie's sisters. Jeanette husband Midweek Service
Bj Mn. D. :>E. HIlI.A..A..a..j i
Dale Morton and family all

STORE HOURS of Jacksonville are spending a two A FRIENDLY
3AR
7:30 To 5:00SATURDAY weeks vacation in Kansas withDale's Businesses Again Close AT:THE PACKAGE
parents and other relatives.
THIS WEEKS ; Thursday Afternoons
We had 52 present in Sunday
'M
7:30 To Noon SWATCH Sunday morning 33 of Most business places in ,Haunp- t
ton are again closing on Thursday
these were 100 per cent members.
afternoons with the .post
We should have done better than '
office following suit, and remain- -
this. Our attendance is yet rather
ing closed after the lunch hour.
'aren't
slack, we know there this
Box rent at the postoffice
many sick. Anyway we adult women isl
now due Postmistress Mrs.'
Mary
won the attendance banner, rht
but we are ashamed'to admitthat Williams says, with'an, Increase
in rates per Quarter 50"cents.'.'
not half /of{ our class enroll
Former rates were' 35 cents per
ment was present.. The ones to
----..,- work in V. B. S. met at the church quarter. making an increase :of Location-IIII..LIAUD, Fla., (North of Jacksonville)
five cents month.
. THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS [Highland] Sunday afternoon and Baptist Church per VBS On U. S. ]ln y's 301. 1, 23 with :555 Ft. FrontageI
made plans for the Vacation'BibleSchool
-4 Here July 14-Z3 M ; modern in design and arrangement, only I'/fe jr.urs, .old. Fully
which is to begin July'and 7 a ; farnlnlM and equipped bm in<>i>.. Two IwdriMim completely f rnIshed .
; SAVEl!, ... Close Out .-. SAVE! continue one week-or' that Vacation Bible School atHampton'Baptist livlD quarters, with teraoo floor, wall la wall carpeting
the Church will'begin air conditioning throughout. Whlnkry KITBM JarlndcdIn
is what we understand duration on July' 14;'With classes each J kale. Circuit receipts tor IS57 Jo.J'Jfl.St.. In arm of five mettle aaelr..taur..r
,.. .
is. Loralrd on I'lnrlda's lit major t' H.. highway Large
The Sunday, School 'Quarterly! day-from 9 a. m.to12, noon,' for, attract It e highway MKOH. RY1.: ." IOUs THICK,.a real money mak>
: children from three'years of''' fr. Inspect this fine property anytime
j TIME Association is to, meet at Highland -. to 13. age Leftto: right: 'Louis' 1 EASY TERMS Only 1/3 Down Payment
church, July 11. All! are invited '
Mr. and Mrs Hayes SUva missionary holder of:ticket .No. ,
1 to attend. ; ,Owner will finance balance. 10% bid deposit required on offer
1 T. M. Knight is to deliver the appointees from 1pager;- ,.Ticket.'drawn by to purchase at the time of auction. ,
pi will be in charge of- flannel l.I
IS HERE message at the Highland, churchnext'Sunday I graph stories and music' for the ': 't Write or call for descriptive! brochure ;.,
evening, all are invited
to attend. There Is pray e r school which will continue"for w CONTACT: GRISSOM REALTY AUCTION'CO.

meeting at all 'of' the Baptist. eight days, through Wednesday* P. O. Box. 135, Silver Springs Fla Phone MArion.9-2332:
of the second week,'July 23.
churches every Wednesday evening KINGS BAR Package Store and Cocktail Lounge
; Handicrafts, Bible stories and I .' OR ,
lets more ,of us attend, we dc
Prices memory work will also be featur Phone, 299 Hilliard, Florida -
on QLIDDEN PRODUCTS not know 'what we are miss frig
1575
less we do attend these meetings. ed for classes from nursery age. N. Temple (U.. S., ) list Your Property With Us Write or Call for Honest

and through juniors. Mrs. Don Hill is Appraisal of Your REAL ESTATE
4th
Thursday evening 2nd,
serving as principal,of the,school 1.,
of 'month Brotherhood a rid
% every '
REDUCED 5 25 WMS of the Highland church Personals' .
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton y
meet. We are also trying to get
II of Starke are'the parents 'of a
the R. A's and G. A's.organized,
but we can not do anything about son; Luther William born Friday
June 20, at St. Vincent's
Hospitalin
these unless some one will attend.

: Mrs.the Iris WMS.Pendarvis Consult is her presidentof concerning pounds Jacksonville., 10 ounces He at weighed birth and six r

55 the activities. is the first'child for Mr. and Mrs. Thanks A Million

SHEET ROCK Melton. Mr..-and Mrs. Lonnie Mel .
. The Lord's Supper Is to be ton of Hampton are grandparents. .
Church
observed at the Highland Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon
next at 8 o'clock.All .
PER Sunday evening and daughter Joy spent lastweekend. .
members should attend.
.in
Shreveport La. where

,4' X 8" X 3 8" Remember Sunday School be they attended Saturday's broad- :l :;. .
SHEET gins at 9:45: a. m. and let's all try .cast of "Louisiana Hayride.. Their

to be on time so much of the time daughter.. Gail stayed in Hampton '
; : ,
, some of us are late. i with her grandparents. Mr. : TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS ENTIRE AREA

; Highland'chUrch is to call the and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh.Mr. .
.
pastor for next year on Wednesday and Mrs. Marvin Faile and ,

evening July 2 at prayer daughters and her parents, Mr. 1958'FORD'
A-l USED
NO MONEY DOWN meeting. Come on and help with and'Mrs. J. E. Toles of Rome For your wonderful response to the Grand Opening of '

this calling. All should show some Ga., left Monday for a week in '.

Daytona Beach.., Mr. and Mrs. CARS : our New Ford Dealership in Starke. We appreciate '. CARS

Toles and Linda Faile who has

Repair Madison Street been spending several weeks with FROM your good wishes'and your cooperation, and can only AND

her grandparents arrived in

,Add, Rooms Carport.-.- Hampton Sunday. $1895 say,'"THANK YOU. COME AGAIN!" TRUCKS

Church Mr. and Mrs.: B. M. McNulty
Baptist
and children of Auburndale and
Bath Room ,. r .
Mrs. Ida Parrish of Earleton were
(Presently, Meeting Washingtonand weekend guests of Mr. and ;Mrs.

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX- Grand Streets) Emory Brown and son, near

'TURFS) Hampton.
r- 1 Visiting,, in Hampton overnight f

Paint -.- New Roof 4 tl' pit last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.
Don Hill were his brotherinlawand

sister. Mr. and Mrs, Gene
% .,
(LABOR AND MATERIALS) Clouse Bradenton. They were t

r r enroute home after a vacation,tripto .
+ I 1et
Michigan ,
Spencer May.;: son of Mr. and

FREE ESTIMATESCALL Mrs. IWUson May of Gainesvilleis .....

taking., llVJ n "boot" ,training in
San Diego ,Calif., after enlistingin

OR WRITE u I IL the Navy' June 12.,He .is ,the i 1
Ii grandson of'Mrs.' H. D. May and )

Mrs. Minnie Marclonny of Hamp-
DAY OR NIGHT : f,

ton.Mrs.. George Saxon and Mrs. E. I '

450R333STARKE L. But Hampton and Mrs. Cleo '

Hunter and.son of. Pompano left At. left: A portion of our show room on opening day. At right: Mrs.
Monday to visit this week with 4

iJibLrt1thll. relatives, in': Atlanta. Ga, and Ruth Taylor of North Clark Street, winner of the $100 grand prize, is
to .
other: towns ,in that area. Mrs. .' : :t '
BUILDERS I Hunter and, her son spent the : :-'shown receiving check from Hyde Terwillegar. ;

weekend here with the George ,,""":",, ,-1" ,

Saxons. Mrs. Hunter .is Mr. Sax ;. .


SUPPLIES INt on's Mr.daughter.and Mrs,; Madison Lee of .

Prayer Meet Wed., 8 PM\ Perry, and Billy Saxon left last TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

weekend for a two-week vacation
Sunday School 9:45 AM


'After '5.P.M. Call Elton Jordan 340-W Training Union-6:45=PM interest in this work NOW, not .

wait until the pastor is called and i' Your Authorized FORD Dealer .

AT SAL DEPOT ,,STARKE, FLA. Morning Worship" .11" '- AM' then complain that the Pastor.,1s L j.
.
1 not the one'they wanted. Hope to
'
Worship 8 PM + 206 W. MADISON FLA. .
Evening' .... see more at church in the future ST. STARKE, PHONE 118

than ,we bare la the past 1-: ,



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"" i FOUR J- -**- .-,- *. : & THURSDAY JUNE 26. 1958

..Itor I
-- -- ---- __.___ arrangements f carnations, -_
-- -- -- - o tI Miss .Breazeale Miss Lu Green

sweetheart roses, and tube. roses
in pink. Southern smilax draped Weds Bruce Mathews And Attendants

I, the organdy skirt of the cloth and i In HghSprings i Honored At LuncheonThe
was caught at intervals with tiny .

nosegays of showers of pink satin Miss Donna Lee Breazeale Pecan Room of the Garden

ribbon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. ? '. .- Restaurant was the setting fora

forming a'beautiful backgroundfor Breazeale of High Springs, and lovely luncheon given last Fri
the bride's taole:>>: were two and
Gladys Moot ,, Bruce Eugene Mathews son of day': by Mrs. F. F. Stump
? 'hrysanthemum trees. The refreshment W. H. Thomson -
,. Mr. and Mrs. .Garl Mathews of her "daughters, Mrs.
... tables arrangementswere ,4 Starke were united in marriageat :, Jr. of Monticello, Mrs. John

pink glaZoli and chrysanthe 2:30: o'clock Sunday afternoonin .t' Griffin of Ochlochnee. Ga., and

mums. .f the First Baptist Church, High 'ii Miss Lillian Stump, honoring
Centering the lawn -aOjoinin Springs. The ceremony was performed '. Miss Lu Green and her eleven
.. the- terrace was a Iiird bath whicit I bridal attendants.A .
by the pastor. Rev. J. .,
vas flooded with light. in the motif
and blue color
Lacy Basham, :. -". ,. pink
hath ,was a surbuTht'arrangemeat attractively carried out in
of The maid of honor was thebride's was
large pink chryzantflemwns.mums
The
ell sister. Miss Dorinda Brea- t '!' the flower arrangements.
glad'oli. and carnations. To :
'. e--h ; : bride's table was centered by an
the rear of this the large Ven.- wale and the bridesmaid was artistic arrangement of pink

tlan fish pool was beaUtifu y' illuminated Miss Haive, Moss,of Tampav" chrysanthemums and asters, with
Thebridegroam's ,father servedas .
with different rainoovr- ,
Me ; white statice with blue tapers
.. hued lights from which a fountain best. man.. and ushers were centering the arrangement. The
Gerald McCoy and Michael Pick- -
I softly played. other tables where four each
: j The bride and groom .drank --.. ering, of Gainesville, and Oliver a were seated, held smaller replicasof
;; : from the.trad.tional.marriage cup '. Johnson. and Patrick Johnson ofHigh the same flower arrangement.Pink .

e after cutting the cake. Then .the Miss Elaine Shannon Springs, cousins, of the
4;.% 2"t f ; .$ ." and blue bridal place cards
"t. bride
bride went upstairs to thebal. designated the seating arrange.
f Edraond Tenly Jr..
: : cony and tossed her bouquet to Nuptial music was played by 'f.-'f -- ment. At each place setting pf

4rtt3 ____ the.bridesmaids walling.below., Exchange Vows MrS.. T. J. Dowdy, organist., and .' -;f each attendant was a gift from

: ? Assisting in' cutting the bride's Mrs PatS Johnson soloist sang ":''''' the bridetobe.As .

4I cake were Mrs. .Calvin ,Houpt, i The wedding of Miss Elaine "I Love You Truly" and "0 Prom- '". the honored guests arrived

; and Mrs. C. C.. Hoppe., Pouring at Shannon; daughter of Mr.' .and ise Me." a pink and white carnation corsage

.P bt44 J the punch bowls were Mrs J. I Mrs. R. J.. Shannon, Sr. of Starke,' ,The-bride, given In marriage by 1 | was pinhed on each by Misses : -

: Y Fred Harris,' Mrs. (I. 'J. .McGnft I to Edmond [Sonny Tenly, Jr., her ,father, worea< waltzlengthgown Marjorie and Evelyn Thomson.
k ; _
Jr., Mrs. Tyler Jones,. and'Sandra son'of Mr.'.and E. E.'Tenly, also of. Imported. Chantilly lace ;ZM Enjoying this delightful affair
i .4
: t 5 Jones, ,and Mrs. L.- H.''JennIngs: of Starke,' ,,solemnized Satur- ever taffeta and net, with insetsof 'v-i with the hostesses and honor
1 'r Miss Jean Mundy kept the bride's at 6 o'clock at the silk and
.l- day evening >pleated organdy a | guests were Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs.
I i : 1 i book, and.--. Mrs. *W. B. Mundy Tenly home, 516 S. Orange street scalloped neckline. Her fingertipveil I 1C. J. Houpt, Mrs. G. J. McGriff,

directed the guests to the ,bnde's with Rev. L. D. Haines: performing of ,three-tiered illusion extended 1*. Sr., Mrs. G, J, M Griff. Jr.. Mrs.
book table. the' n ptials in the presence from a crown embroideredwith t L. H. Jennings, Mrs. L. Q.j .

: j ( After spending some. tune .with cf the immediate! families and ,a iridescents. She. carried a j Haines, Mrs. L. G. Powell, all pf

S / : their guests, the young- couple left few friends.. y : cascade bcuquet of lilies of the Starke Mrs. Charles Stevensonof
.. I 7' -x :p ; for an extended honeymoon along The vows were said before an valley and tube:.roses centered I' Sebastian. Mrs. Y. A. Harris
; the East Coast The bride chose improvised altar in front of, the with a white orchid. lace bodice with white silk organza dcor were Mrs. R. F. Johnson of Gainesville, Mrs. George Bish-

Tii" ':JT as her traveling costume a t>ege mantel which was banked with The maid of honor wore aqua, skirt with draped overskirtof aunt of the bride, and Mrs. L. N. ;iOp, Jr. of Grundy, Va., Mrs. V.

lace _sheath dress wlth( matching ligustnun and magnolia* boughs nylon sheer over taffeta with a ,PIench' .laee.'She wore a small Pickering of Starke. The bride's:w. Strickland, Jr. of DesMoines,
: .ittit iU short : and centered with a fan-shaped wide white collar embroideredwith blue hat' la., Mrs. R. T. Fowler, and Mrs.
w-1 oA portrait collar. Her hat was made arrangement of white gladioli aqua roses. Her headdresi I and a corsage of pink carnations. kept the bride's book. Ruby Collins of Cocoa Mrs. C. C.

a ,-F& of beige colored leaves Khfaroider- This was flanked on either side, was a.bandeau cf .aqua feathered I Mrs. Mathews wore a beige lace Following a wedding trip to Hoppe of Tampa and Mrs. H. L.
.
: z 34 ed with pearls and a chignon effect by tall cathedral candelabra hold- carnations, and she carried a L over taffeta, with light pink accessories South Florida, Mr. and Mrs.I Speer of Pahokee.

at the back made of ,beige 1 ing turning ..white tapers. Lovely bouquet of yellow carnations. and pink carnation cor Mathews will reside in Edwards I As a memento of the occasion,
r\ I colored flowers. She wore matching white Estates Gainesville. Mr. Mathewsis I
arrangements of gladioli The bridesmaid's costume wat I sage.. I the hostesses presented Miss
S ; gloves and shoes. Upon their I: and magnolia boughs, and pyra- identical. except. in yellow. and I The ceremony was followed by an assistant professor in the''Green with four silver goblets.Ullee.

return they will reside. in. Virginia. I mids of burning white tapers were with,a bouquet of aqua carnations'. reception in the church social 'Department of Engineering at the I

: The bride atZ nded school in ; placed at other points of Interest Mrs. Breazeale's dress had a rooms. Greeting guests at the I'I University of Florida. I
Starke and at Southern ; 'T"h.. tn.aet eVnn,"".. urn c ....
Seminary throughout the .Tenly ,home for x lie &ucoi; ci/ca&ci vi aa "4.
: in Buena Vista Va. Just priorto this occasion. Miss. Erlene Wasdin Miss Green, Mr Bishop BishopGreenRehearsal I Elizabeth Reed director of health

her marriage, die was a studentat 1 Charl ne ,Hardy played several information for the Florida State
the University of Miami. She I wedding selections on the piano, To Wed In August Are. ComplimentedAt PartyAt I Board of Health. Following her

Miss Sandra Lucile Green Becomes BrideOf is the daughter of Lex Green, and the'traditional marches were Dinner PartyMiss NAS ClubThe discussion,. "Are you. selling your

George Wm. Bishop III In Lovely CeremonyA former congressman from the Sec I use&tTommy Haines, soloist, sang &f-DT hospital short?" a question and
ond Congressional' -'District and "Always.-. a ( Lu Green and George Jacksonville Naval Air: Station answer period was held.

lovely 7:30 o'clock candle gown of blush pink and ice blue Lucile. >HarristGreerk.. .' The bride, given'in marriage by *- ---. Bishop in were honored at a delightful -i Officer's Club "was the setting The annual convention of the

light ceremony Saturday evening nylon tulle fashioned with a fitted TAe groom attended preparatory father.'chose for her wedding P barbecue chicken dnner: for a lovely rehearsal party on Florida Hospital Auxiliary Association -

in the First.Baptist Church: : united bodice, scoop bateau neck and school-in Virginia,and.'later wasa a.-lovely-white lace over faille ,.-. -*-_ party Wednesday evening of last I I Thursday evening, June 19, at 8:30 will be held in conjunction -
in ,marriage. Miss Sandra Luoole short shirred sleeves, appliquedwith student at Virginia Military institute taffeta gown accented with a t i- -_____ week given by Mrs. Maxie Carter o'clock honoring Miss Lu Green with the Florida Hospital
a I Green daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. Alencon lace and embroid- in Lexington -Recently he bUStle bow:in:the back and a full g"e* ; tz_ Jr.. Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Mrs. Tyler I ana George Bishop III, whose Association in Palm Beach, Nov.

I Robert, Alexis Green of 305 N. ered ,in bridal pearls and sequins. hast been completing ivork'for flared rskirt, ballerina length. Her Jones, and Mrs. Maxie CarterSr. wedding was an event of Saturday 19-21.

Walnut street. Starke, and George The voluminous'skirt was enhanced a degrea'ln-electrical fengineenng shoulder I length. veil, of -illusion at the Kingsley Lake home ot evening. Hostesses were Mrs.

I William Bishop III, son of Mr. and by a two-tone side bow of attheUniversityrof.: Miaml ae was- held .in place by a,crown of the latter I H 'L. Speer of Pahokee, Mrs. U. ,

Mrs. George William Bishop Jr. sweet pink and ice blue made of is the sou'of,Mr, and Mrs.'George pearls-,',andtsequins. She carried Th'e Carter home was lovely for i J. McGriff Sr., Mrs. E. A. Raney

of Grundy Va. Officiating at the peau de soie. Cascades of Alencon William Bishop Jr. of Grundy, Va. a bride's Bible' topped 'with a the occasion with arrangements of lof Freeman, Va.,"!,lrs. C. H. VittI A

double-ring service was the Rev. laceembroidered .in bridal pearls- and the grandson of George Wri- spray of white feathered carna- mixed summer flowers with blue I mar of Jacksonville, Mrs. N. H. : l .;wi

Lewis D., Haines, church pastor. and sequins extended- down the liam Bishop of Williamson, W. Va. tions and long white satin stream The I Rosier Jr., and.Mrs. G. J. McGntt
hydrangeas predom nating. ,
Highlighting the altar of the skirt and was swept into a long Among the out-of-town guests ers., : Jr.
sanctuary were floor baskets hold formal train in the back. Her were: Mr. and Mrs. G.;. W. Bishr|> Miss Dorothy Masters attended lovely California redwood buffet I Pink and white bridal place
ing gladioli peonies'- chrysanthemums matching headpiece was of ice J!.. Mr. and Mrs. RaIpttnRdde' of the bride as maid of"honor.: She table was.-placed on the patio an<11 cards designated the seating arrangement .. ..O'OPSI!

and carnations. in blush 'blue lace encrusted with bridal Grundy Va., George W. Bishop was attired in a pink dacron and ; centered with a watermelon shell i along the U-shaped I

pink against a background of pearls from which two small tieur and Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Scott, silk frock with a fitted bodice filled with fresh fruit and fruit ,i table. The bridal party was seati DID( youDROP

p palms and greenery with candelabra de lis extended on the forehead. Ann and Bobby Scott of William and full skirt. She carried a nose- 1:7: _, balls, interspersed with grape I i < at the middle table which held

holding sweet-pink turning Her Cathedral length formal veil son W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Travis gay of blue asters., leaves. Lending light to the setting I!i a !beautiful low arrangement of I IT?
tapers. Candle brackets intertwined was of blush pink illusion. With Lofteiv 'Mrs. R. T. Crouch, Mr. Harvey Savage of' Jacksonville were fall burning tapers in pink and white chrysanthemumsand

: with Southern smilax this beautiful gown, the bride and Mrs. G. M. Turbervtlle, Mrs.P. served the groom as best man. \ wall brackets. roses flanked) by two five-

caught with sprays of blush pink carried a lovely French nosegayof S. Canova, !Tr. and Mrs. J. Fred Mrs. Shannon"'.chose 'for her Among tne 50 guests ,enjoyingthis branched silver candelabra with

: Piriocchid chrysanthemums With cascades of stephanotis and Harris. Mrs. T. A. Harris, grandmother daughter's wedding' afternoon t delightful affair with hosts sweet pink tapers. Greenery was

cascading blush pink satin :bows Fleur de L'amour centered with a of the bride, all of Gainesville dress, of shrimp pink dacron complimented --. -..t__ and honored guests were membersof arranged down the lengths of the YOUR WATDtf"

were placed along the bridal aisle, spray of cattleya orchids in ; },(n. Charles titerenson of with a corsage of white Mr. and :;irs. Eddie Wasdin of II the Green-Bishop bridal party, two side tables, interspersed with
fllumuninating it with the soft shade of sweet pink. The small Sebastian Mrs.. George Coleman, out-of-town wedding guests, and arrangements of the same blossoms -
: glow of sweet-pink burning tapers pink satin leaves were centered Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake pompoms.. Waldo announce the. engagementof immediate relatives.: and pink tapers in silver Has it met with an, acck
Mrs. Tenly was attired in an their daughter, Erlen, to Jim- : dent? Is it keeping
not
: held by Southern smilax. : with bridal pearls. The bride's Butler Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Win- all over' embroidered mauve taffeta Rose son of Mrs. Ellene Gen- Assisting in serving were Mrs. holders. At each place setting,
I A program of nuptial music only adornment was a single gate Sr., Mr. and Mrs. C. Harris sheath dress with a pink., my W. B. Parks, Mrs. James Black- where the ladies sat were small good time?

a was rendered by Claude Ludlow of strand of pearls, a gift of the Dittmar and Chrissy, Mr. ana Mrs.J. carnation corsage., try,Miss of Alachua.Wasdin i is a senior at shear, and Mrs. Jewel<' corsages of white pompoms tied Let us test It C B EH'tlf.eM Con
I Miami at the organ and Dr. Cab groom. G. Diffenbaugh Mrs. Mary Ann with pink tulle and centered with our
Following the wedding a reception Gainesville High School. Mr. Rose -
vin Houpt soloist, .who sang the Mrs. Green chose for her daugh Wells, ,Mrs. Mary Brooks Miss pearl wedding rings.
wedding music and gave the musical ter's wedding, a floor-length gownof Leida Coleman, Cherry and Lester was held in the Tenly is a 1955 graduate of Middlesboro' The Maxie Carter Sr. Kingsley 5rtr
home. The bride's table in the 60 who included -
the
school and is now em- Among guests
Ky. high Lake home the tor
was setting
reading from the book of nylon tulle with an embroideredfront Hardigree, Mrs./Wattle Bell Rowe, .
dining room. was lovely with a ployed by the F. W., WoolworthCo. Impromptu luncheon the members of the wed- .,.
hamburger
Ruth as the benediction. panel of pearls and sequins. Mrs. Wallace Faulk and Martel. an
lace cloth and was centered witha as a trainee in management. and swim last Saturday for ding party, out-of-town guests,
Her was fashioned of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Matzat, party
The bride petite blond headpiece
a given .
pyramid, of candles with fern and relatives of the honored couple
An August'wedding is planned. of the Green-bishop
In marriage by her father, chose all of Jacksonville.Also members .
drop pearls and she wore a single
S lilies of the valley, and white satin and out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. BishopJr.
Mrs. Gene, Kuschel as her matron white orchid. Miles Hammond of Wil- wedding party
ribbons arranged at the base.",At of Va. W. Bishopof .
Haxie Car- Grundy, G.
ot honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Mrs. Bishop mother of the listen Mrs. Fred Thomson and Hospital.Auxiliary guests given byMrs.
one of the tables was the two- Jr Williamsburg, W. Va., Mrs. It prints a record showing
Sr. Mrs. Marie Carter ,
: Carolyn Green Raney of Freeman groom wore a floor-length silk children of 'Monticello Mrs. John ter ,
tiered wedding cake and at the Adopts New ProjectsFor Charles Stevenson of Sebastian the exact rate and condi-
Mrs. L. H. Jennings, and Mrs.
Va., cousin of the bride, Mrs. organdy blue sheath with back Griffin of Ochlochnee, Ga.,. Mrs.
other ,end was placed the crystal I Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville, tion of watch.
Suzanne' Horning Williams of drape featuring tucks from neckto R. J. Fowler and sons, ana Mrs. BeautificationThe Tyler Jones. your
punch bowl. Around both were Mrs. Richard Fowler and Mrs.
.Winter Park, Miss Diana smith hemline. Her bag was adorned Ruby Collins of Rockledge; Mrs. Approximately. 60 guests attended WATCH REPAIRS
ruffles of illusion interspersedwith Ruby Collins of Rockledge, Mrs:
of Winter Garden, Miss Barbara with a corsage of white orchids. Ralph Dixon and son of Winter Bradford County Hospital I this affair.SubDistrict. BY EXPERTS
n -
valley lilies. On the buffet John Griffin of Ochlochnee, Ga.
Blankenship of Starke. Miss Betty I She wore a blue net headpiece.The Park, Miss Maria del Pilar San- Auxiliary had a called luncheon PROMPT ECONOMICAL SERVICE
William Thomson of Monti-
was beautiful arrangement I of Mrs.
Bishop of Grundy Va., sister ot reception ,was held at. the tanderr Julio Santander and Al of a meeting Tuesday noon at the MYF
white gladioli flanked by white cello, and Mr. and Mrs. V. A.
the groom. Kiss Mary Kllen N. Walnut street'residence of the Corombia, South America; Mrs. Garden Restaurant.
Spence of Jacksonville, Miss Mar- bride's parents. On the front lawn John Anderson of Cocoa, Mrs. H. tapers in' bronze scones. Mrs. Pete'Felos; president, pre- Has SwimPicnicAt Strickland Jr. of Des Moines. ta.
Cutting the wedding cake was Following the delicious dinner,
gharita Santander of ColomDia, punch was served from a circular L. Speer of Pahokee, Mrs. Kelly sided oyer the meeting where, at Kingsley' LakeThe GEMJEWELRY
Mrs. L. D.Haines and dancing was exioyed.Auxiliary
South America, and three cousins table which was covered with a Borgh and Mrs. Guy Richardsonof presidingat the suggestion of R. E. Edmond- .

3 of the bride, Miss Mary Lou Harris long organdy cloth. Pink grapes Crescent City, Mrs. Leslie Shepherd the punch bowl were Marilyn son, benches for the hospital lawn I sub-district meeting of the

: of Gainesville Miss Betty Lou and woods roses caught the green ef Miami, Mr. and Mrs. C. and Carolyn Shannon twin sisters and additional shrubbery around Methodist, Youth Fellowship was MembersAt
of the bride. Also assisting,in
S Harris of Starke and Miss Montine smilax with which the table was C. Hoppe of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. the walks was ,undertaken as aproject. held at the E. L. Matthews Kings- District MeetingFive
: Matzat, of Jacksonville. draped. On the porch ,the guests ,Emmett Raney and children of serving was Mrs. Thelma Kersey. .' The shrubbery has been ley Lake home on Thursday eve-

I All ofj the ,bridal attendant registered by the tight ot a lovely Freeman,\ VA; Mrs. Benuce k'ol." The young couple left on a several donated andwill be put out this ning, .June 19, from 4:30: to 8Sa members of the Bradford Starke's Leading Jeweler

: wore identical, gowns., alternating silver candelabra of sweet, pink lard,;and -children of, Phoenix dayS:wedding trip to Daytona fall..The benches will be purchased o'clock. County Hospital Auxiliary attended -
a In pink") and blue of floor-length 1 tapers decorated with a .Dow of Ariz. ,)Irs;.f Morris 'Williams and Beach after: spending'some time and delivered in the near .fu- The group enjoyed swimmingand the annual district meet- 310 E. Call St.

a taffeta: with bouffant net, skirt pink tulle and satin xilflXHU Mr, and .G.IrI.Roy< W&rd of Lake with thefr-guts.They. will'leave ture. A grocery cart was donated. "a covered dish picnic preceding ing on June 19 at the San Jose Starke Fla.

and off the shoulder neckline,endIng Greeting the guests,at, the front City', Mrsr.Merry Knight-of..Jacksonville Saturday for the Air Force Guard by the Winn-Dixle stores. .to be the business meeting when Country Club, Jacksonville. ,

in a bow 'in the back.that had door were,the bride's;aunts,' Mrs. Beach >Ted Sulllch' of, Camp. Savannah Ga. where used ,as a hospitality cart. the new officers were installed.
: points ,to the,!l or.S They.earned H. L. Speer of Pahokee. and-Mrs. Coral Gables. Jim Rhyne of, West Mr. Tenly will be on' maneuversfor Among the 15 ,attending the 35 attended the
French nosegays with ,the cascade G. J. McGriff Sr. of Stark, in Palm Beach George Reese .of'Key. two ,weeks; after which 'they meeting were members of the executive Approximately members I

t effect of carnations. .and the foyer the golden pier mirror West Clyde Skt21 -of Bradenton.I ,. will make their home in Starke. board, directors and hospital picnic-meeting including Waldo,

: sweetheart roses Interspersed had a lovely arrangement ot pinkpeoIesand :and, Fred Martin of Daytona Mr Tenly is employed with the administrator. from Starke and,Worthington Lake !Butler Springs. 'J1Tj t ., .. .. .;::: '::' 7
I with puffs of nylon tulle ,and gladioli. A pink wedding I Beach. Sperry Electronics. plant in Gainesville Lawtey,

I narrow, satin loops. Their head,. bell was hung at .the corner I Mrs. Ovid Bennett ..... "....I' ..... tv..t.
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a pieces were flat ,taffeta .,.&ows, of the mirror with a pink carna- J"oandra Popsickle PartyAt :.,'......u..x.' ...:,..:.

I matching their dresses, which tion clapper and tulle. bow holding ppanqHonored > Hostess? At PartyMrs. Ensey Play Lot m lf li f f fii :
: were attached nosextfeils. the bell from whlfh draped amilax. At. Party

The power. girls. :...were. little On the dining' room tattle ,was : Ovid Bennett.entertained
< Planned activities at the Ensey 1 U 1 i;;
sijver. tJ.fissc Sandra.Solano I celebrated at a'' delightful surprise birthday :
Misses Chrissy JDittmar of,Jack-- centered an ,antique ,.bowt 1 to close for the ::
I sonville, aid; .Patricia; *. Rosier of holding a, Victorian. nosegay ofcarnations her:14fh birthday anniversary last party'for her husband last Satur- Play Lot Tuesday came afternoon.a Theiast1nasertesofstUd1esonDa L I

: Starke cousins'of tbVftfTOe. Terry snapdragons.And Lady Friday; evening aU6W Edwards day evening at Keystone Beach season ,

York\ ; and *Peggy Yancey of Bountiful roses in shades of pink. I recreation bad when her parents, where. she presented him with a
I given by the teacher, Mrs. Judge policies by what they I
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Solatia was
S Starke. 'They -were_ also attired In the Bring room the receiving gave set of golf clubs. studies
These
I in alternating colors of pink and line stood near. the manteL On a delightful party for her. The ten guests enjoyed .swim I Florence Hippie. weight
I blue with dresses and headpieces either side .were .placed arrangements The ball was attractively' decorated The Bradford County Hospital ming and a weiner roast at the will be resumed in September, say.not by what they I I

: fashioned, similar to the brides of graduating giant Jight for the occasion with pink announces the'fOllCwing? births: party.. after vacation.A -

C maids'. They also carried similar pink delphiniums and pink roses. and blue crepe paper streamers Mr. and Mrs/ Albert Batten}pf Mrs. Bennett .was assisted by popsicle party was enjoyed at Many people think that the .more Insurance.policie

: smaller nosegays. The bay window was enhanced and balloons. Pink gladioli cen- Bt ikea son Albert Lincoln Batten Miss Betty Jane' Morgan. Ray the close of the meeting and awards -' they carry the 'more protection they have. Not trua.t1You

t Serving as best man was Robert with a huge pink sunburst arrangement tered the refreshment table where Jr.. June ,21. Gcldwire and Mrs. Carl ianf" were .made to those most I can get all the fire,theft and liability insurance you

S Robertson of Tidewater. Va.- and in a silver pitcher the birthday cake Coca-Colas and .. Johns. faithful in attendance. The leader, ,Deed in one policy_with one premium. You can save
: the ushers !were Lex Green Jr.. placed on a white marble pedestaLThe other'refreshments were served. Mr.. and'Mrs: William B. Loganof
than
was also presented with' gift in 'as much as 20,% ...or have more protection you.
a and William Green brothers of bridal tableon the rear The 25,'young gttests> enjoyed Starke a.son...Richard. Keith Nurses: Unit
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of her interest in get separate policies. us
I the appreciation
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the bride.. George Canova. JohnHack terrace \\"as.oyerlaid with sheer games dancing during. June '21.. :
a Newsome O. J. McGriff Jr., white organdy over pink satin. party hours. Met Thursday the children and her untiring ser-

Stanley Kagan Larry Fillmore,. Centering the table was a seven. Mrs. Larry Latham and Miss ,Mr* and, Mrs.Johnny 'Bennettof vices. HAROLD AGENCY !'
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a Emmett Raney Robert Burns and, tiered shell pink wedding cake, Barbara Kite assisted In serving; Raiford,, a daughter, Darlene The Bradford County Nurses -

I Gene Kuschel. The two ring topped with a replica of the June. June 22. Unit met last .Thursday evening
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at: Bradford County
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Hospital
: bearers, Danny Strickland of Des, bride's bouquet. Flanking" the Wedding Beta Sigma PhiThe "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" .
? Mr. and Mrs Levi Whittle
pf with Miss Helen Mackey, Mental .
(Moines la. and Collins Fowler of cake were two five-fcranched
Methodist WSCSwill
Circle 1 of the
Starke, a son, 'Ernest. Raymond, Health.-Consultant of Jacksonville, 200 E. CaD Street .. Phone US
silver candelabra-centered Beta Phi sororitywill _,
antique Sigma
Rockledge, carried twin : '
J.bite at 10
June 23. as guest speaker;, ,< meet Tuesday morning
aatin pillows encrusted with narrow with a nosegay of shell pink carnations have a 'buffet supper and card ,
a All invited to.attend o'clock at. tie Kingsley Lake home Night: Call Harry Rabb, 536-J
nurses are ,
I tulle ruffles caught with pink: pink satin leaves, and party on Tuesday evening July 1, Mr. and Mrs. -Wlffiain' TV. McPherson -- -
bows. at 7 o'clock at the home of Mr!. these meetings on the third--Thura- of Mrs. E. L Matthews with Mrs. .
pUn, puffs of nylon tulle. At the base of Melrose, a daughter Starke, Florida
l 'Thg-bride selected an. original l of the candelabra were circular J. D. Warren, 321 N. Myrtle street. June 25.. day- evenings'ot each month. W. E. lliddleton as cohostess.
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'I Mrs. L. S. Hutto returned Tue- *f *. and Mft1.. M.a Davis<** "j*ere*!* ifri$ 9iFrf' T'ahn1tr1"P2 f day from a week's visit with Mr. j Atcfiejr v *ejfnd 5 ot Uu Sutwruueiiueiii of .Public litfctruiuoii oaie feel tor tile. uin-tnug mr t v
J.Yf L va:' Jiiert lu t.It"'ioflda, up to 10 JVII. wuki. ; haJ 1 be and Mrs. Charles Parker in Cocoa.I uTMnf.< Stone ana flpw ,
:. A with bptdfkatk'n.s and other
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I She left Thursday for Camak Oft. i ', _,. r..Anderson. '0" Put f1t'lh@ Rsd t Javgsonviue4k ISaS, at. which time and place all bids contract duui.iits relative thereto
-" r4--*Jjdrgn **-***- i revcuvu wui ue pumic.y opened arid wli Ii may lx> nbta4ne l cfU-r June K,
I \ where she will be a guest for a MR, LeF ;Jardigrc anc clii-; 1 from I H HY4 read aloud for furnishing aU mater- from the office of Ebuugtt! &: (io lbe.I .
week of Mrs. Alpine Radford and ofYf&t |lfieljeacii'u ** Continued: .. uiiT l/-,_- Page 5 Qnel l lUar I Funeral services for William ials 'and labor necessary and incidental Consulting Engineers, Uatitosfille.Klurida. .
Trill attend the wedding of her I to -' CalIaau' and we mean to stick' tontimbefr H}:; U. !were tlc at to the installation; of a new I No de|. sits .are requirrtV for
5&f"j pi? 0' ) 1s* ; boiler in the Dradforu County High such spw-cfk-atlons and forms for .biddine. -
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TOI HEW niece Joan Radford while there. < t.ton r. si4. !VifiL i ftMdar1n t1i mii ria11a1ar' .
: -fir ; f5i flft AH ml 1 Murke. Florida.
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'I ,Jack Webb- of' kncxyille. Tenn." W. and 16"" 110J"I: -. 1P.! d1 !1IepriggInplari e'wdr t $, th rfof 4 eisH01k Pdh Each bid must be accompanied by Bidders 'qualifications must be
.. I '.... ;;;X!;: ODJ. ati flilkl1fprI t "lJ t1idni4'111d'wIt1i" L, never a cwtified.check or bid bond 1n the satisfactory to the Board ot Public
-- !is spending several we'eks with |[.Junius fmiUi are 1h amount of five per cent of the base Instruction of Bradford County
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!his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Mr.ftJm u Con-' :te t6n.jfr. Ys J bit Ze'ilerfr&lb'f; of fife Cithttmttr bid as guarantee 'that the bidder if Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elrod Jr.I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris 'Paulk.: '' 'J I _.J.'ff ,- 0"}en 'r.A4pfVday.1wlfe""dropplnsT( ; 1 fcp&pSrehnfcJfr bftici- awarded the contract will within 1 The Board of Public Instruction .of
pave "C Bradford County, Ktorkla res erv e _
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-y consecutive
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tHE. days
Ill.1 : ____ :: .. : ; fre l- .
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will leave July 2 for Chicago. and family are moving to GlYnle. "- pi it 'Wiia itth4ide written notice be given of such the right to 'accept any bi- whicji.' In
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Mr. and Jim
to attend the annual convention Park South Jacksonville, this Mrs. Brown Miss Margaret Smith of Jacksonville pn their 100.000 plants,In. 1957 Memorial Park, with Masonic guard. enter into: 'a written ,contract: thpir opink n appears to be In the
and 'children of"Staie Fanp was a Sunday'afternoon with The poard ,of Public. Instruction : l best public lniere.st The FS of Lions International. Mr. E'rod Saturday. ,are spending the month of July visitor of Mrs": Charlie Cow ahd they !diij little' mere than breake'veh'but rites at the graveside.Mr. (,f Bradford County Florida in accordance -i liter reserves the right to u-aive any -_ _
is a District Governor of Lions Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Loudon i of .. 'macfe 'a satisfactory .' Miner who lesided at 5905 with the accepted bid and Informalities In any bid and to reject'
"n the Guy 'Safe' guest house at <* aM bid. _
-' ... family. iCl\e a .contract bond satisfactory ny or
and will attend three- ob'thiS : jsnrj.iv
a feral Tampa are spending iswe$ y profit oh' 65,1> year" Norde Drive in Jacksonville, died Public lut-tructioa
Board (
King ley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Q. B. Williams c! to, said Hoard in an amount The r>
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day school fcr district governor) with Mr. and Mrs. A. G.: Loudop Another thing the Morgans are Saturday in a Jacksonville hos I of Bradford County FlTdlj.By .
Rev. and Mrs. Russcl equal-to- one hundred' cent of the ______
Strange Palatka wej? gatnfljay $it.Q"S, of per Harmon Morgan."retarr.: _____
They will return to Starke July and Mr. and: Mrs. Bill Jacks n. thor&ghiy'old oh fumigating pit l. He \\as a native 'of Starke batrac't .
:Ad family of Decatur pa. visited' : Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. price. S Sli-t! moThat's
Mrs. R. A. News n spent several Mrs. : : the land before plariUng. They and had lived in Jacksonville' for,. _
15.Mr. EustisMcKlnght and
and Mrs. H. W. Shipp of days last week visiting inJacksrnvill 'Kihgsiey'Lake family TSgt.and Mrs. Jack Clement use four plows to open the he past seven years where he'
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af from "Tuesday and family left Wednesday for
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Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. R. to 'tnursday. ground, then apply DD Soil was employed as an aircraft *

E. Mathews of ,Lakeland were Miss Bessie Howell Missionary Mrs.. B. R. Quinn and daU&h-.1.two ,weeks Ark.r) and vacation visiting Jn his FayetteyiUe Fumigant and let the land ,"lay,; mechanic i at ';the' Naval Air- Sta-' %t fill If It's Glass We. Have IU I

weekend visitors of Mrs. R. A. to Japan arrives Sunday for a: par out"'fof two'weeks' before" settingplants. : : t! n. lie was a 'n nibfr 'of Grace '
Kewsom. ter, y/anda. of inyern' veie tilts, Wr. $\nd Mrs: C. E. Clement '., .',' ? It/I! CALL WRITE 01 VSIT'
I visit with her aunt| Mrs. Robert efh&fflst ChtIr h, Laitey,1and:
.,,' pyernight guests Tuesday of M. in Bentonville
Ark/TJiey accompanied '
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining returned Miss Howell will were r- Catherine's'Episcopal
Chapman. show attended St.
Pete who fumigated
and Grjffis, :
Mrs.
M W. Lance. Clement'smotoer .
Mrs.
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Monday from two weeks slides about her work at the w. and"Mrs. R.' fl.; Hatchings ,some'of is'land 'and also Had""ccntrol" a Ch r fl 'in Jacksonville. He was1 a Joe Peters Glass Co
.! Mrs. Adra Johnson olrayette.ville. :
in Georgia' attending family reunions Methodist Church Sunday even-. P.fnt'eeten p :fhtcnYas' not member: of Wesconnet L6dg6 No.. to
Mr
yisltjng Ark. who has spent -
Tennille and Griffin ing. She will return to Japan in '' $97.>. &; ArM: ? NEED
I and Mrs. R. A. Green'and Mr. and I tupllgatl'd. a1s there was as much, FOR ANY GLASS
the si her
Pa$; weeks with ,
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and also visited in Decatur, Dublin he near future., I Mrs. J. H. Hooten- in Eustis. daughter a.nd frmily. : difference as'night aM'day in his', Survivors Include'his wife,'Mrs. We Design Modern tyore TfonU
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and Augusta.ACecfl Cary and Buddy Walker of i plants 'He will Betty1 Carson Miner; two Sons. j
< Mrs. Ralph Dijon and son, Bill, Mr. and ,Mrs. Dolph Reddish 'and'production. 'f Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Douglas entered the Brad- Huntsville. Ala. were guests of too. William Howard" Miner' Jr. and
: of fumigate in the' futute.
Winter Garden were weekend: and Sheriff P, D. ,Reddish are! attending ,_ l ; '5 '. -. Table Tow
CaFson ,
ford Mrs. Eustis McKnigh't and David Miner all of Jack1sonville
daughter ,
County Hospital on Tuesday '
of : and .
Mr. most who
guests$ Mrs. Guy Sale. According to growers
: .the Sheriff's annual conference
with ,a slipped disc in his back. Dolores, from:Thursday to Mr. and Mrs/Rudolph: Sink and : umigaCe f the added cost is well ;' his mother Mrs, Effie i 1313 N.W. 4th. !PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 24353
.., .. in West Palm .Beach from ; i: '00
Mrs. Henry Cfirter of Maxville Monday at the Mitchell cottage daughters Mr. 'and'Mrs.. ""Benny- JKedqes ay to Friday. i paid 'by better and more fruit.: Miner: 'of Lawtey'f and one sister

Epent the weekend with Mrs. Effie on Kingsley Lake. Finzer and 'son,'and' Anne"Ma"t'- Bonnie Mary .and 'Jan Craudon Tfie- amount of 'uxigant:used by Mrs'. "Frank", Wells i of Leesburg.. .. to' 1Wf

Tommy Andr ws and David In-.. 4hewa sP iit' Sonday at"St. Augustine are. confined with. the three ,day the Morgans 'was 15 'gallons- per s New Low" Prices!
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Beach. measles. acre at' a cost of $120 per gallon. Union ServicesTo -, '
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Camp at' Camp Montgomery' June Marcus Brown leaves next Sun- 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan oj or a per acre 'cost 'of $18. Hear R : c'; ; I.-
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Joni1s.Florida 30-July7. Gay"fcr,Greensboro, N. C. for agear's Ovieda Were Sunday visitors 'cif ,Another change this year SpeakerUnion tIk{ 750. 14 11.45
Mrs: James High. the former
interning: at Cone Memorial Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Miss Annie, which the Morgans have decided Cervices will tx'hcId Sun
Carolyn Edwards, will undergo. tYLi. .
Hospital. Darby and Mrs.. Carrie Ritch, they like, is the 24-pint crate. day at 8 p.m. in the Methodist 670-15 9.95,

r surgery at the Baptist Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Alvarez Mrs. J. H. Fields! :and Mrs. Ear- Although it is scmewhat more Church with special'music by the ,.2zTf-/fI.frl: -'

Jacksonville tomorrow. ,.and.children of Fort from MethOdist'choir: 710-15 U,45
Myers'spent cld Ford returned Sunday costly to put up berries this way,
Rev. C. C. Benz of Jacksonville :. : }
the weekend 'with Mr. and Mrs.. ; three weeks visit with Mr.and they say it pays off in the 'long Speaker for the service w 11 be

?IHEATREr visited Rev. W. S. McAUley on, B. 'B. Alvarez. Mrs: George Powell in Newton, N. run .by the amount of time saved: Miss Bessie:'Howell; Ii i 'niisSioniu,.. t _, I 760-15 12.45, T

Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and Mrs. P. F.. Stump is visiting Mr.;I LC.T. Leaton Jr. said he used to stay' 'nresently ''on leave from Japan. \.2.6.VJ1} Plus Tax and Kecapable Tire
and Mrs. in'Mon- Vliss 'Howell Is the niece of Mr. ; -
and add W. H. Thomson N. Ritch jmd children. Diane lip 'at''night making the" 36-pint' II I
Mr. Mrs. Jerry Lawson :!
COOL ticello this week. And Buster.-of ,Hialeah! spent.(Sunday k bert' OThapman of Starke. Color- CAPS
COOL! crates
families visited Mr. and Mrs. A. ana after they were packed JUAKANTEEI; ) FULL -:-
.' "Eniov A Movie Tonight" B. Woodham in Jacksonville Mr" .-, Jessie. Young' was ,visiting,- .to Tue.sdaY.Vith his. mother. they had to' be nailed down. ,' efcslides"will' Miss H W-. t
on her mother.. Mrs. S. !to Love'a Mrs.' Carrie Ritch. Diane 'ahc_ During the six' weeks of the 'efl'i'taflc.: :

OPENING TIME: Sunday. Lake' Weir' .last Thursday"to"Sun.- Buster remained; with their grandmother -. past 's ason the Morgans 'picked I 'wwie"the. summertime union. STARKE RECAP CO.
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Mrs. Clifton Brown has --
Man. Through Frl 1:45 P.M. been"rest" ft day: t .
for a ffonth.Mr. about 1.600 '24-pint crates from services 'are 'sponsored' fcy the ** '

Sat and Sun. . 12:45 County patient in the .Bradford Mrs. Rose Lee, an employee at. .' jind .Mrs: fcjeorge C. ,Ppweland >> ; l heir 65.000 plants while' in'1957 ChristlanTtMethodisf, and Presbyterian -, !jPhoner556. 135 N. .Temple ,Ave.
for '
Hospital the -
REGULAR PRICES: pastweek. the Garden Restaurant, is con- daughter, pail* Ann. will ie- 'chureffes. 'is"" wel- ,
,. : ; they harvested only 500 "SS-pirit everyone
Adults. Matinee .... . 40c t ftoed"ta"thf Bradford County turn ,to .their home ,'in Joseburg" crates {equivalent-to1 750 24-pint 'cbme"to attend. '.' _L_ fI" ... I .., ..... .. .t... 'aa- 'fr
Adults .. . . Mrs. Hildabelle ,Bence of Jack- '--' .' '- _" := r- '
Evenings 50c fl pi.or .pbsjervlttign. Or|. b,TjpIane, qn Tuesday 'filter crates] 'from 100.000 plants: 'M>4 1 ; C ::
Children AU Day. .. .. 15c sonville is spending several weeks with' ,
Apcng' thos attending the spendmg two weeks lIir. pd The 'e' : ('
1 : pr1 paid for1'berries this Soft Ball League
with Mrs. Etta Hoover.
Mon., Through Friday: ;; Children's Bible Mission Camp at, : Mrs: Cr J. Powell. Thef' faihiiyalong. i ,- year "w'AS' described as' '"pretty ,

Students. ... ... . . 25c Tommy Huggins returned Wed I :
.A. Polk City next week will be Mal}' withMrs., Laura JHow.ejl l of good" averaging'around $5.25'per To Be Organized Brand
nesday from month's visit with "' Ladies' Famous
Till 6:00 P.M. a and Martha Bollinger of Starke yafdcpta::Oa spent'five ;'days.t9urIAi'S9uth '" '
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his grandparents.. and Mrs. I .. crate. this figure the Morgans Friday J Jr 'lit

S".M. Jefford in High Springs.: .Marlene" ,Linsiri!., Janet' Norman., ,Florida toWest "Key, would have realized around $8,500. g. !

SAT. JUNE 28 and Mrs. Norman and Reba' Hall' 'of Keystone, ., from their 65,000 plants. Charles Schaefer has called a
Dr. Owensbyof ,
DOUBLE FEATURE Miami spent the past week with 'Heights.' 'Phis! Haddock and Glenda attebded When queried about the Starke meeting"at 8 'p. m. Friday in the

,.-- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham at. .,Mr. and .Mrs. W. J. Johnson vChiliren's'BibI6( Mis-' market. Leaton Jr; replies that he St rke'Armory for all organizations -

\: \:: Kingsley Lake while enroute to I, and children of Miami were week- ,,ioncamp} aVpolk'city'lail" week, sold all of 'produce there this, interested' m f rmini, (a soft DRESSESWashable

w L V4IES .t Albany N. Y. where Dr. Owensbywill I jend gvests I of Mrs. .Alice Andersen ReV. Donald Kokoinoor' is ''at year and thinks he'did as well: ball,league. '

intern. and Mr. and.Mrs.>R. V. Turn, the Methodist Ybuth Camp In there as he would 've anywhereelse. i -The Bradford County Recre.ation .

er. Leesburg this week''attending the '
SantaFePassage has appVopri-
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner are Committee
Mrs. Alice Anderson is spending Jacksonville.District Intermediate As for the future
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t'' spending this week in Miami attending '0 strawber." ated $250.for this purpose and appointed
the meeting of: a week t with her,son and daugh- camp. ries In Bradford County. he \' Charles Schaefer,'who ht!
managers ter-in-law'and family, FT-1 and Mr. and Mrs. V. W Strickland, smiles and
the Independent Life and Acci-, says, "Any man who I had experience in forming suet Cotton
1j xjRircotoKyiOHNPAYK, dent Insurance Co. Mrs. Lyle Anderson. Jr. in Charleston Jr. and children are: a't Silver wants to keep on farming in, leagues. He is with the Stati. ',

",,r-.J.hAotI Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon and S. C. Little Mike Anderson Glen this week 'vacationing with Bradford County had better have. : \Maintenance Dept. at Cam];, IdealS

I children visited the )Jacksonville, is confined. in.the.U,. S,..JNaval l Mr ind.Mrs.Stricklandc'Sr.; some. berries.Sr4rJsssSsrr." Blanding.. A. '

; Zoo Sunday. Hospital, ,Ward ;B, Charleston, 8. Miss Connie ,7on.underwent'I i .. C'f 11. JL _
on for leg's.Mr. at Doctor's Hospital on r" StSSSss4 -sS'=sssprJ-rrSss I rsrrS Cfl r or ummer vacauonsREGULAR
r nun C.: operation,on -his surgery '
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Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren I anit"Mrs.. E. L. Johns and Monday.Mr. .: I H Horn e Demonstration i
CAMERON and children of Statesboro Ga.. '
/D6MERGUE son, Larry, recently returned from ,and Mrs. .,.K.T.'. ,..Duncan; of to. *" j .
I' LIIPIJIUC.PlODUcnON'_ are spending! a few days this week a week's vacation in'''Henderson1 West Point, Ga. are ,sp nding :> NotesDOROTHY
with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and 1 .
ville. N. C. While there they oc- few days with ;.his parents, Mr. : I

AND family. cupied Laurel Lodge the summer and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. 'by>> 10.95 to 14.95Special
Linda Sale spent the first oi r
-I home of .Mr.. .and Mrs. J. T. Quig- Mr. and:Mrs. ,Ernest Noegel Jr. ] ROSS
the week with Mary Brooks in '
1
Jacksonville. lev.. and sons of ,Rockford. 111. are ..Bonn 1 e Demonstration Agent !

I Mrs. C. .M. Turney is visiting, V isitins :Mr. and Mrs.E..L. Johns I f :

I relatives t In Fort ,Laud rdate.| .{r..and rs..L.!M.Nogel. .and .Short' Course this time. i

-Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hplton.and c ither relatives. They" expect to I; Back from a wonderful time -It' is expected that the cabins":

daughter, Linda Kay, returned 's isit Miami and other points; !In spent at the annual 4-H girls' will take on-the. appearance of 98

I lott..ltSI >Ia_ Saturday from two weeks vacation t he state before returning home.' short course held at Florida State perhaps.planets.: You can be assured -
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I =.': In Shreveport La. .visiting Mr. and\ Mfs.E.,C. Taylor,!and .University, Tallahassee are: Lin-- ,that life on these planet

!,I her parents,,tMr. and .Mrs. W. P. f amily have rented the house at dacheen' who"represented' Bradcrd ,will be "Out of this World."

WfOI Jordan. and also her brother-in- 110 E. Adkins street. 1 CountyTn the stat dress revue -1 ;Reservations are noW being *

QNgMA5COCGENE NATIONS' ;I law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Bi yLinxwiler. Mrs Gladys Weldon and daugh1r ; 'Patricid Pellum", "presided in ,made: ;:at the home. .demonstration1. .
ANGIE '
stOLE El: Dorado, Ark. The t. ,.Martha were in Maccknny n a morning assembly; Judy Kelley office..for'this,trip} Jo.outer spade..

BARRY -..DICKINSON I Jordans returned with the Holtonsfor Sunday visiting ..Mr. and Mrs. gave the'devotion1 in i morning'assembly t All 4-H'ers not already registered
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Plus Royal{ ,Cat ,Nap" Car- a month's visit with .their" Steve Weldon": :. Virginia- Parrish was a should get their reservations in'

toon. family' here. lEf;,and Mrs. Charles Sawyer J page during 1in assembly pro next week. of
l Wide Selection ,
Styles
Sheriff, and Mrs.' P. D. .Reddish, ;pent $esweekend with herjpnts. : I gram; Gwendolyn Raulerson' received -1 Baiik .Weaving. 'Il.
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29 30 and sons ,and, grands, Stan .;Mr.,and f ir5'lT..1I. 1f.de, I ISr the certificates' 'for the Members of the State yarn :
June
Bun Mon. t ,
Reddish., spent Saturday .and, while'enfoute to Miami-fQi'. : a- I g jiris in the r coin tton c remony" ; Home .Demonstration ,Clnb .' re '

"I .-.-...,,-_",DoN H""TMA".I. Sunday at Cedar 'Key.LSTARKE' week. and Lyrih"Perint, waVa page during -l.enthusiastically busy 'weaving: 4 STORES

_EU6fNEO',1SOPHEALOREN' I I.j Mrs..Sar.a!\, Hunt?r ,and chilTheron.jnd ariissembly' prcgramT" reed baskets.',Mrs., J. B. QodwinjMrs. ;

., dr nSona "nd }; .Mrs.rrwere They ed classes" in art ,lip 1 Roy Cooper.,Mrs!,.Albert ; J.

>'4 I ,R"K" r.ading., to.Atlanta, the home living with"parents, Green. and Mrs. R. M. Cad/tell

DESIRE .' lkllAT. June ,30'where Mrs.' Harding clothing, foods, music,, dental Hy- are the first ones to learn in.their I I 111 E. Call.St.
'
T 7NDER : JjlA ///a aMye.we t : .. i visited her dau hier, Miss' June giene.janjd' 'others/- lub. They have, practically firiinfhfd Starke Fla.

1 Harding and Mrs: Hunter and President and Mrs. Strozieripresident" : ; '
EUMS __ : weaving a large round.bas- :.: .
THE Fri, Sat: June 27 28 j familyvisited .3r4o Brothers; of Morida State Unlvefsity ket that will be.suitable, for holding -, -

::1 I ,..: 'P QBLE FEATURE. 1 Mri; "and' Mrs. P. A. Clardy and ent" taInedif* a" reception (,. fruit, vegetables, hot rolls. -, ,
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family and ,Mr. .and Mrs. R. JF. in their bome the "juniors' andseniors. I '
) b Apache Woman potato, chips'or'"even siwfng. Thy
PERKINS : oug t!\ (Ii ;Clardy. 'j udy and Pafricia i said ,

JANTHONY ,i b.trvoo"rSPECIAL J: oy.Bridges,jjoanTaylor they 'enjoye1 Jhe'pucumber pwich.I,may also .be. ,made into apurse.
The ;Starke: ,Elementary! Junch- "

:il,84 .k} S1SMS 'ERR.1EWIS AND AS room workers: and their children During the 'week aU the girls'wfnt Canning. :,and t ,Freezing- *4. i
Pw
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plus ; The" SadSack enjQyed ,a ,picnic. at Jacksonville- t' .to. Tisif, ..,h. newly. **constructed I Canning and freezing of fruits 3AVINGSH.
Ghost Writer" Cartoon : : Beich. on" .June; 12Mr. governor's mansion. and vegetables are popular activities. V

r-v. Plus, New Seal 'Chap No. 1 and, .And ,Mrs. Bill Thompson Mrs. ,F. J. PeU m, local leader,. the .
among hrifty homemakers -
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Tues.., Wed. .July 1, 2 THIS WEEK Iron ,Claw" _Cartoon and children' spent .ThurSday to and Miss-- porothy'.h6me "demonstration -. these days. Bulletins are
Sunday -In South Florida and-also agent accompanied the .

-a- A -jui- :-I ,Vinyl-X Wall SUN. MON., TUES. visited friends inrFort Lauderdale girls on"th "'trip:-'ne' Home Demonstration ,,1 available free of,charge. from the

,June .29, 30 J- July l 1 Mr.,and Mrs. Ralph CWUy.and, County'Council and, home" demonstration office in the
Firiish 3.90gal l
DOUBLE ,FEATURE- daughter of ,Valdosta, pa. were the'Board of"County:Commissiori-j court house annex. Just address, 'a ..
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; Palm Brand JOE BUTTERFLYAudio last Wednesday .and ;Thursday era: were donors for ,the short card to 'box -267, Starke or call ,'

?1IE CllFOR. visitors of.Mrs. Randal Chitty..Mr. curse scholarships. .. e4 4
Murphy George Nader ,00 233. r these bulletins. The home .
,5-.. :Flat 390; gal: MeredithAND .. and,' ,Mrs. J..P."Tatum. of Outer..... Space. --- 4H'CampKeepng "
Burjess. of the latest 4 demonstration: agent will also be a
Deland were Monday visitors, up-with .. ..
i Palm Brand Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth. world developments. 4-H camp I glad to assist ,those whomay, have 1

'1V11- --I- "'" SemkGloss.396 gal. FORTYGUNSJarbara .Mr...ancl Mrs". Guy,Andrews! and will take on an outer space atmosphere 'problems.' _

Stanwyck .Barry.Sullivan son. Tommy, were jrtsiting friends the week of July 7 at Cherry -

'Ylus >Tweet and Sour" Car Mildew Resistant Plus Color: Cartoon for Children I at Neptune..Beach, over"'the. week-, Lake. f',NOTICE OP TAX EQtALlZATIOX' L'S_
end. One'of the highlights of the* '
!opn. White: House Paint Thur. July 2 3 Matthews week: will :,6e party that's Out' The City Council of the City of
:Wed., Mr. andMrs..E. .L. t ;:a tarke.. Florida will meet at the -
-42Ogal. DOUBLE FEATURE and Daughters moved? to .their of,This,Worfd.** 9ther interesting City >>*.n, la the City Clerks ollice
Thur., Fri. July: 3, 4 on Tuesday the l&th day of July!
t sidelights will also take place at
In TheKremlin Lake home on Monday
I The Girl King ey AJ, 18!l. as a Board of Uqualixen:
I
'" for the..summer. I for the purpose of hearing com-
I : I ; of Lake,Butler. Lillian Janet Sladeof "plaints and
-'Marjorie receiving
C. H9ppe o! : testimony a.
and.lMrs.lC.
.Mr.. ,
: j&j j < JJampton.1, Willie 'Butler of to the value of any property, real .
Lex. BarkerZsa.. Zsa,Gaber the ,with personal
Tampa spf.nt weekerid pr or mixed. as fixed Dj
: Green Cove :.Springs Leo Julian the Tax Assessor for the year I1t,,
SAnd 3.
MorningstaKai.yWooo! Mrs. O. L.Beasley andjirs. '
BUILDING SUPPLIES > Thomas Jr. bf.,Gainesville; .J. C. against the owner or agent of snell

\ QUAUTYsvici JOHN STE1NBECKSThe W..I Ineid. : Bart Uarlene.Smith.. Ruth W. ., property. '.S ?,4.rr _____ _

Way>yardBu8 ':. ;JIr...and, Mrs.. W. A.. Scotland; Gillette Geneva/Crews./ ; LInda Plane (OFFICIAL,T. C. HienJr.SEAL) Chairman Citj 5"S i Jii.J .:!.. -

c 301 U E. CALL ilL,ti:4JwIu: ,fJ;>lua Col.r.CwliooaDon't Corbin .S.. arnen, aiid children>> .Woods' -and ,wa da Sue Council City of Starke. Ma. '
: Carl Johns.
of Gataesvnie City Clerk. City 01 Life !II
Ricky and Peppy to
j I Woods. Starke. Fla. : Brought Their Plans .
u1- ,
... were Sunday guests of Mr. and of itz: ;
'Also Edward Dale Roberson

MrsvJ. T. Quigley. Melrose; ,-DcttlHardenbergti. of CALL-FOR BIDS '"(ou. too, can mal] e your fondest < ,eaxaonietrue
u1ttpoSeYouT Mrs Richard., piehl., and daush- ,Barstis', Sealed! bids win be'received, lr
Keystone Heights. Joseph
: the office of Business Manager saving In t11I1ank.
Marguerite Alice are. visiting$ through planned
: ,, ,
MSO...- ...'..... 6t Tlbrahome; Robert Lewis Bt ck. Florida $tate Prison .up to and nol : '
0 her Mrs. Margueijte ,
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.mother. Bernice.Gloria .Baldree. ElliSo.Eo later than 10:00 AM. July 16, U4s '- -
TREVOR WYNNMILNERJONES SLOAN at which time'"they will be opened .1 .
this week.PATIENTS .
Chester
__ c__ ___ Trgically Polio Strikes Hardee "of Keystone Heights, Edward for 1 lot Surplus "Firearms. Bid
==:. James EoIbrooks'JamesAI- must 1* en form secured from KUe
,
--I-..-- ADMITTED : Incas Manager**'Office, P. O. .Bo:
-_II"__lOt.... One-Fourth of all Polio Victims are Adults. '. bert Vaughn of Jacksonville. William 221. fUlford. Florida. Firearm:
... Bank
BRADFORD HOSPITAL I FLORIDA
-- TO Wesley B ggett of KingsleyLake. hnay fie IttnQfcieti between the hour; ,

Don't put.off being immunized* PJioneyouMoctor nowFLYIIS. bottle- UnaerhiU. AltonBettsfc6ftPattayirginia of 1:00 PM and 4 PM. July 9tH ont; One of< ?g Banks' ba.' ctlSlark. ,
.The following patients; were,admitted 8 e .,lat. Community vCIub, Florida Stat: < -
:flus "Boy and His Dog, Car- Bradford .Hos:, :: Finn Prls n. the Florida National. e
to Cpunty
: -
loon I I It 6.2lCAM. I
STORE pita) during the past.w.eek: of JJe1rose and Tlney B. Driggers. Group
DRUG
I Ir
t : Janice Marie Brown. Sqsa :I VColoredadmissions were: John : frOH 'BIDS ,

h'oull See tt.Better.at Ute Carol .Sapp. Mae D. Mclntosn oj r Cuinmmss,' Amt'Peart Hall knd NOTICE TO HEATIIOJ. Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationJ

\: MO.VIES 220 Temple Ave. Phone 79 Starke Fla. late Geneva. Margie: Harris 01 r Margaret Grandison of Haw ('OSTR'TO.Stsrt", fUrida

1 I Hawthorne Leslie E. Whiteheac l thorne. Sealed bids will be received,liT. tb.I

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THURSDAY, JUNE: 26, U3g
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turr e. V J.J .r_ I I ,..., I III I 114 I ,, J
ship is a must: specific planningis also used.the drill to plant millet.J. .

Farmer's Diary ,Vc 3Jt SERVICE MEN necessary;. cooperative assistance M. Dyer made a request. for

? must be obtained frcm complete soil and water conservation -

agencies groups and individualsto :farm ,plan. He used the
nv Q.",, ,\f..r."YfY
carry out the various established District's seeder cultlpacker to

obj .ctives. plant Jlairy Indigo for a cover

V pounds and if that isn't a record, The district supervisor is crop.: Fate Brown did the tractor,

( it is pretty close to one. : Walter L. Jennings 18, son of charged with definite responsibilities work.r.

.5. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jennings ofStarke. I within his district. It is I *

While talking of "old timey" ,has enlisted in the D, S. necessary for him to have leadership LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRT

things Walter Wilkison said he Air Force for a period of four I qualities a clear perspectiveof (presently meeting In City Hall)

remembers when his father, Lewis years. He is now an Airman 3rd I I' the jcb to be done, and a realization SUnday-Bible study, 10 a. m.*

used to fix the land for plant- Class and will undergo two weeksof i that "Planning Precedes worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung.

: ing corn'with a grub hce. The old: ", >!q'IS, ..:.'..',, (;.; processing at Lackland Air 1 Progress" people's BIbf(

Wilkison place was out in the V -. _'it.t; Force Base, Texas before enteringan 1 I A soil and water conservation study, 1; preaching, 7:30. .,

This Is the best eating time of Vanderbilt section which is now baniels Revival I Left: Priscill: ,Dodd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Dodd of Keystone Air Force technical school.. He program within a district is too Wednesday-Bible study 'l .
settled: mostly by Whiteheads. is a former student of BHS anda l large a task for the supervisor p. m.
the year. This 'week we had a Heights, is shown giving her plane ticket to J. C. Strickland:
former member of the Radio Program- StationVVRGR.
National alcne; hence the help of others ,
wonderful meal consisting of fresh Jr., Orlando'auto dealer, who donates free plane rides at Daniel re-
Described As Guard. Monday, a. m. ,4SEVENU
6:30
is
sweet lima beans sliced Paul Hutchins said recently that essential. A better district program -
corn to- vivals. (Right): A view of the 64 boys and girls who received free S ., 5 I
mat es., pepper, and cukes and the local FFA boys are going out : will result If representatives
then V topped it.off with some of the hog business and will go in Most SuccessfulOne plane rides: last Saturday as a' reward for attending all services at I Pvt. Roger K. Rivers, son of Mr. of local, county, state, and federal DAY

sweet plums from our own trees. for row cropping next season. He the Daniels: revivaL and Mrs. R. W. ,Rivers of Key- agencies are invited to attend ADVENTIST CHURCH ,

S .. said that about 100 boys are lined stone Heights recently took part meetings and participate in the Strvicea each Sabbath In the
I up for the Vo-Ag program next of the most successful revival I respective churches: 108 young Rev. M.. E. Faile, pastor of the in a tactical parachute jump with planning of the program. home of S. N. Brown across from

The vegetables we got from term. campaigns ever undertakenin people pledged to "renounce the Hampton Baptist Church said: the 101st Airborne Division at 5 Bethel Baptist Church cut ot
Deputy and Mrs. Russell Reddingon Bradford County came to a sins that wreck. is the greatest thing that has
S t. young people; "It Fort Campbell Ky. A rifleman in Frank Norman used the Disnict's Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. BU
a visit to their farm. She does close Sunday night. Attendanceat 124 professed to be saved and to church in the past
come my
Co. D of the division's 502nd Inf., t grain drill to plant millet Bible Study each Wednesda7:30 ;/
most of the 'gardening (while According to a big' watermelon the crusade, which was sponsored "
signified desire to be ,
three
a baptizedinto years. Pvt. for F. J. Shaw Ardfn pastorJivittg
Rivers entered the summer pasture. : : Mote
last p.
Russell is busy being a law man! : buyer, the price of melons is due by the member churches of local churches; 55 came to One of the highlights of the October Army .

and as sjie Is'a former Gaskins' to go up. as there is expected to the New River Baptist Association rededicate their lives to God. In revival was a free airplane ride bat and received basic com

girl she eomes by her farming' be a good demand for the fruit averaged from 800 to 1,100 addition to these several hundred given to 64 boys and girls on Sat- He is training 1957 at Fort Bragg. 'N. C. ....

ability naturally. for the July 4th holiday. per night. "There were a total of people pledged to start family urday as an award for their faith- a graduate I SI of BHS. TIze Scriptures- by Jac tianun 1
.
V, I SS decisions." said Dr. E. J. I
1.374
altars and "seek to have truly ful attendance at the meetings.The .
Had an\ enjoyable visit with But that depends on the weather. Daniels) the evangelist. Christian homes." plane ride was given by Pvt. Wayne Mundorff, son of Despite Surrounding Circumitances j j'iW

Clyde If it's hot. then there'll be a He' listed the breakdown on Pastors of the Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mundorff of
Cone of Brooker and Henry sponsoring courtesy of J. C. Strickland Jr. ME YEMI&HT HAVE PEACE. IN THE WORLD

Htoson of Hampton. Our' topicw good demand otherwise the mel these as follows : Seme 500 pledged churches declared themselves of, Orlando a prominent whole- Starke, has arrived at Fort Jack- YE 6ILL HAVE 1RiBUL1lO4'C4'/5TJi ? /#

"as the l low prices the farmer ons will go begging. And that to "go the second mile in their Sunday night as being ."more sale auto dealer who donates ridesto son, S. C. for basic training. Up- 633)I

get as compared with what the'II' makes melon growing a double churches;" 587 pledged to give a than pleased with the blessings children in the revivals con- on completion he will receive --

housewife up north pays. and the. gamble for a grower has to con- tenth of their incomes to their of God upon the revival." ducted by Dr. Daniels. further advanced infantry train-

general conclusion was that tend with the weather when ing or will be assigned to an y

thing sh uld be done some-I growing them and then hope for Rep. Billy MatthewsHas New Gas Station I Guard Companies Army school. .
S.
but what?, favorable weather to sell them. AnnouncedFor '

i 0SS James A. McRae, son of Mr.
Total
While "on a "go-round" with The folks who have tobacco at Re-election Brings ,Here Return Sunday and Mrs. James W. McRae of .

George Huggins we'stopped in at least have good prospects this Congressman D. R. [Billy] Mat- To ThirtyTwoChalk With/ Good Starke. has graduated from recruit '
Tully Norman's and saw what is year. According to all reports, Recordi training at the Naval Training -
described there should be a good demandfor thews announced Wednesday that i Center San Diego Calif. During -
as the "biggest plum the and the outlook is he would be a candidate for reelection the nine weeks of .'bootcamp"
tree in Bradford County," It certainly crop up another one for Walking guard duty put one
is a huge tree for a plum.. that the price will be even higher to Congress from Florida's Starke. Within 30 days. the 32nd local National Guardsman in the McRae received training

and it was so loaded with fruit this year. Eighth Congressional District gas station in the city limits will hospital with an infected foot, but qualifying him for duty with the
to' the Democratic
subject
Tully had to prop up a ,number I S. 9. Mat- open its doors and unlock its otherwise all went well with fleet. x
Primary September.
on SI.
of the limbs. We have a new dog. a poorsorry pumps for business on Temple Camp Blanding's Company "B"
S. stray that was half dead and thews, whose permanent home is and Starke's Company "C" during Pvt. Roger Williams son of

we were tempted to shoot it,and in Gainesvile, was first elected to Ave.This, ,will rij1 to 50 the 'number their two weeks field training at Rev. and Mrs. Lemuel Williams of

Sheriff "Pete" Reddish is the put it out of its misery. But Alice the 83rd Congress in 1952 and of stationsperated by Speed Fort Stewart, Georgia. Starke, recently arrived m In._
latest cowman to try the'Charbray has since been re-elected to the France
where
fed and watered him. and grandes he is assigned -
so now Products Co. of Tallahassee. Gil-
cross of cattle. He recently boughta "Pete" is our yard dog. Leo is 84th and ,85th Congresses. He1 is bert and Shields Contractors of The members of the. units who to the U. S.Army Quartermaster .' (

bull from Bryant Reddish. who captain of the amemberf, the House Committee arrived back here Sunday after- Depot. Pvt. Williams en- 'i

will talk all day long about the as a pedigree mutt guard he though.will have and on Agriculture and the Committee Tampa are handling'construction noon about 5 o'clock reported tered the Army in August 1957 ,, ,:
the site occupied
formerly by
on
virtues of thebreed..We hope the nothing to do with Pete on the District of Columb that the training, food and facilities and received basic training at
whose Jackson &. Bishop Used Cars.
bull "Pete" bought'turns out to be ancestry Is i. were excellent and the weather Fort Jackson, S. C. He was stationed -
doubtful to
put it Built along modern lines of
(good, for ,otherwise' Bryant may mildly. ''In announcing he said: "I am hot. at Fort Lee Va. before
concrete block and stone, the station -
find himself. "in trouble. with the Is. most grateful to the people of the features a large driveway The men repaired and replaced leaving for Europe.

law." I IBy If A new home! It is coming closer 8th Congressional District for the area a wash and grease bay, glass vehicle engines and parts used by S. .
V i
every day now and we are all excited -i honcr of serving as their Con- front and three tiled baths., the various units composing the Sgt. Maurice A. Prevatt whose

the way, Byrant just ,sold a even though we realize that gressman during these past terms. The company, started years ago 48th Armcred Division. They also wife, Ovedia, lives at Raiford, recently \

3.months.old calf that topped the at the start we will own only avery After, six years of experience I with a handful of stations in repaired weapons, such as rifles, graduated from the 4th -_ _

market nd. brQUght' $64.03. The small part of it, and Uncle believe that I am now in a better south Georgia by a Mr. Speed, pistols. rocket launchers and oth- Armored Division. Non-Commis-

bull 'cal/. out ,of a three-fourth I I I Sam will be shoving out hIs big position to serve and representthe now operates stations in three er small arms, track vehicles,' sioned Officer Academy in Ger Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church

Brahman, ,cov? and sired by a i fat hand every month for a payment I people of our District and na states including Alabama.W. artillery pieces and did welding i many. A fire team leader in Co.

Whiteface bull.,' .weighed 235 tion. more effectively. If reelected and machine work. I B of ,the division's 50th Infantry.
W. Morrow, superintendentof
.!':premise. the same dedicationto construction, has application Both outfits received Superior Sgt. Prevatt entered the Army in Sell It Rent It .* Trade .ItTO '
1957 basic training
Swim Hay completed -
Summer Course Program public service that I have tried blanks at the site if anybody ratings on the field training report

T Be to give during my service so far." wculd be interested in applying made by the Regular Army at Fort Hood Texas and arrived -

In Homemaking 1I o Suspended for a job with the station. I Evaluation Team'made up of Regular in Europe V. .last. November. A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

I For July' 31'Period Joe Lewis Dean I Army officers.
William R. Holder seaman.

Ottered, For .(;il$ Due to thee holiday use of the Faces Warrants State Jaycees ". days Company of Its' .field"B" spent training all in three the: USN, took part in. a U. S. First .
'f : Fleet striking force exercise held 20 WCBOS OH LESS, OB* 1..0.. High:school'girls who have 'Camp Blanding facilities theBradford On Five ChargesJoe Give Certificates rain and "C" Company had two off the coast of Southern California ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 10 __u_ -. _____ 4 e ft* W.f4
County 'Summer Program wet days. 20% DISCOUNT ON REpEVf INSERTIOM'sAHE HUe -

completed the eighth! grade' will be will not conduct the regular Lewis Dean -was issued five For ScholarshipThe Therewere, 200 guardsmen from I of Mr.early and in Mrs.May.D.He E. is Holder the son of ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR. ADS ftQT PAID I*AD ADV"' CIL
to partiipate in a new swimming
eligible
program July 3 through separate warrants charging him
here'that took part in'the 15 days
enrichment and orientation coursein 1. Alternate activities Include with breaking and entering last Florida Junior Chamber of, of active duty. All members Route 2, Starke. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ---___- 11.:5"", Urk Pint I........

the area. of homemaking beginning kating pingpong various indoor i week for'his admitted recent series Ccmmerce awarded certificates of traveled by motor movement except l.eO PER INCH FOR 91MB AD REPEATED OVE OR MORE TlfcEl

July.1,. according. Mrs. ames, shuffleboard ,and volleyball of rob eries. I scholastic achievement. and good 10 per cent authorized to CARDS OF THANK I'p T. M Wrdn) -___ _____ feteMEMORIALS
'Maxine Gibson vocational home at the usa building on July. study habits"to those students of _____.
Also OVER 80 WORDS :: 4 Cnt. Ptr
en County 'Judge T. A.Yawn's .' drive private automobiles atno ------------ Wer'
economics teacher of the Bradford 3. Hours will be from 8:30 to 11:30a. BHS who had no grade below MB"for
docket, George E. Hood expense to the government.The AND RESOLUTIONS _
County High School. As. all high j m. and 2:30: to 5:30: p. m. Baseball the 1958-57 term. A specialcertificate -- 4 Cmt r.r 11'.1
alias John E. Mills was charged payroll paid last Friday totaled
school girls are required to study 1 is scheduled from 3 to 5 was awarded, to Sally
p. with forgery ,three times and Uttering' about $16.000 for the local FOR SALE-For balance due on FOlt;I.t-renta:! process treated
home economice"for" least one I m. at the high school Ann'Epperson. 7th. grade, for all L I
stadium bank contracts some TV fence posts. 4 miles North on JUl.
year. the main purposes of the j forgery once. "A" grades. units. 55. S8IL STDiII i new. Westinghouse and 1merson..1!: I I Green & ttakken Post Co. uclw
field.No Calvin Starling! was cited twice Dahmers Gift ShnDDe. trcng I HT
summer courses are to give new activities are scheduled for Certificates were donated by I I
for fraud of room and board. J. I WE HAVE new loan
a
students an opportunity to become July 4 in observance of the national -' B. Brown Jr., for'a worthless: the Minute Maid corporationand L State Service Soil Conservation WANTED i farmers. Loans of 1 program to 6 years for

acquainted.with.the recently completed I holiday. were signed by state president for the entire credit requirements .
traeti
check Smith for Officer Will Be :io 40 and 80 mere of nnlmprotrd -
Leroy being .
foods-laboratory and sew- An outing is planned for July : and 'chairman of Scholastic N-E-W-S laid. Gite n_ price aadterms. of the farmer and his fam
drunk, Willie Ed Mitchell for as ily. Gainesville Production Credit
ing rooms and the homemaking \7 at Gold Head Branch State Achievement as well as local president In Starke July 10 Association C20 Korth Main,
sault and batter and Carol H.
programs in general. :Park. Activities there will Includature' 'John Kopelousos, and local By Bill Haas FLORIDA REALTY CO. Gainesville. Fla. tfehf
Harlow for disposing property. un A. L. Crosby Jr., county service Soil Conservation Service V
Activities planned for the :n trails, swimming, fishing der lien. chairman' education,. James I Of Starke RADIOS REPAIRED
include preparing Temple. officer, announces that a repre 116 N. Walnut St. Tel. 383 Ali
courseS summer boating and group games. School I Make All ....
foods simple sewing;. "informal"etiquette 'buses will leave from the Starke i Warrants for improper passingwere The 'following received the a- sentative of the State Service Officer The Board of Supervisors for Starke. Fla. IcaMMbte Cfcarse tiersateel.
issued Thomas Mercer Tor- SllEPHEHU'S RADIO TVIMBIU
Florida of Veterans
Department
home improvements, Elementary School at 9 a. m. : wards: the Bradford Soil Conservation FOR RENT-Three room and bath Gr.... Ow..p
bert. Jr.. Nick Mike Joseph Edward Affairs, will be in his office furnished apartment. Private en- ::8 W. Call St. ,
decorative plants, and grooming. Each student will provide a picnic 12th Grade: Patricia Alvarez. District held their regular monthly trance. Utilities furnished. Mrs.L. fhomeStarke 131
Earl
Elmer ,
Fit.
Henry FurneyMiUicam
Although there will be some overlapping l lunch and enough money for cold I and Willie Lee Jackson. Wilbur Barry, Virginia Darby, from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. on meeting at Lloyd Green's home. D. Green phone 2S6-L ltchg

with topics taught during drinks. Dressing facilities are Tommy Dyal Elizabeth Farkas, July 107Veterans: Those who attended were Foster FOR ,SALE-U In X II ft steel
NEW 24 Stainless Steel Tableware
Unlawful piece
'the regular school term,'the summer available at no charge. Busses will 1 made against speed Wilbert charges E. Moore'were: Gerry Gibson Pat Hobbs Char. and their dependentsor Shi Smith chairman Lloyd with chest 119.9s\ value sell lng culvert Iota pipe for, $sale U5 ft.la ALSO S nth Build Gate
will be flexible enough les Osborne, Mary- Starling Joanne survivors consult'with this for $7.50. 1 only after 1 pm. m
course leave l the park at 3 p. m. and Helen Minerva ''Wright Mor may Green. and Sam McGarvey, mem- S. Redgrave St. Itp Subdivision. Low down payment.
.to follow the interests of the girlsaDd All activities will be supervisedby Wait. representative on all matters con, bers, G. T. Huggins secretary. Low monthly payment BILLY
JACKSON
ris.
will emphasize .summer activities the summer program person- James Floyd Willis was cited. 11th Grade: Barbara Bates, cerning benefits from Federal or Paul Hutchins, FFA Advisor, and room FOR house.SALE-Monthly Pinehaven payments two bed-$44. Truck Lines.,, Phone, US c/o Central tfchrO.VH

Mrs: Gibson .explained. nel. Parents. however are invited for having driver's license and Terry Futch John Green Ter State a.gencies. free of charge. Bill Haas and Leon Carter Soil Best offer takes equity. Doris -

As a :result of a survey made to help with the outing if possiblefor no rell Green Jim Hobbs.' Judy Kelly Conservation Service. Stewart 1S8-J after 5 p.m. or Box BEDROOM furnished apart-
J. Patrick Bailey for giving an. 424 Starke. 3tp 73| ments for rent. Phon. IfS W. T
'before the end of the past school them to attend. improper signal. Mara Ann Payne Franklin PATIENTS ADMITTED Paul Hutchins told the Boardof Jackson. tfcof

term two* cases of limited size The regular activities of the Ritch. Bennie Williams. TO BRADFORD HOSPITALThe the plans of the FFA Chaptersfor FOR SALE-r-Used Electric Hqt Wat-

will be organized.:The ,first class program will be resumed on Tuesday 10th Grade: Gary Chance, De- were'ad I- next year The Bradford Soil er cellent Heater condition.and Refrigerator.See at Starke Kx-! GENUINE with ENGRAVBD double envelopes Wedding_, 'l4o Invitations -

will begin at 8:30: a. m. with the July 8, according to L. H. Maj. L. W. Hieatt l loris Cloversettle, John Dodd. Virginia following patients Conservation District is planningto Builders Supply." Itchg for $2185." Bradford County TeJ -
mitted to Bradford County Hospital ; '
second* class1' scheduled for 10 a. Gibson, summer program coordi- Is Named Chief Ervin. Hank Graham. Hilda during the last week. help the FFA Boys as much as FOR RE Furnished first floor graph tr

m. Each student will be assessed nator. Jackson Judy Lesawyer.< Flora possible with their activities the apartments.. Close in desirable lo- SANTA: FE LAKE FRONT WT for
Of Air Procurement Bessie Rebecca Nasworthy' of cation. All conveniences. W. H. Sale Guy Andrews, Phone 383
or
$1- for materials' including food Slade. Sara Jo Sprow VirginiaLee : .
coming year. The Board also discussed Nollman. Z28 W. Madson St. tfchg !!! ?-:W.. Itch t
Itnsfor the Thornton, Harold Tyus,.MaryK. Jacksonville, Lillian Voncile Ro
.six-week, course. Phones InstalledIn some of, the agencies and
and will also be expected to 'Maj. Lewis W. Hieatt, whose Wainwright. binson. Diana Lynn Ilgen of Keystone FOR RE.VT Three bedroom house, Announcing; the opening of Used
pro- that assist the Soil Conservation -
groups 3 miles from City Limits 1 acre Building Supplies. Used lumber or
former
wife is Lucile
vide for transportation to the RoomsAt tlje Mary 9th Grade: Linda Cox, Anne Heights. Margaret Mary: District's programs. "Ef land. $:5 per month. Available all types, windows doors plumbing,
high school. Girls who are unableto Torode Starke, has been assigned Mathews Terry Walters.8th Bell. Sylvia Hagan; Margaret fective Soil Conservation District July 1. Call 533-Li or see Blue used tin roofing I'sed: Cypress
Temple MotelJames House right benches Ideal for outdoor
Florida on Highway 100. Itchg any use.
take the entire as Chief of the Grade: John Adams. Barbara Frances Muir of Keystone $1.00
course because programs are accomplished by a per ft. 8 to 12 ft long. Ptaobe
of family vacations or other reasons Air Procurement Office under the Blankenship. Joalyce Graham Heights. Glenn Raulerson. Michael I- number- FOR SALE' 2 bedroom frame house., 165. W. T, Jackson Transfer c/o
factors. Active leader-
O'Sullivan owner of the on 1J7%: x 250' lot. J. C. Laura- Central Truck Lines tfcbg
Air District.
will be permitted to attendon Temple Motel. first to install a Atlanta Procurement Joann Reddish Betty Lou Wayne Newsome. Rose- .Lee, more. 334 St. flair St. Zip 7-3
Government contracts betweenthe Wainwright.7th Lumanda Davis of Waldo Ruby FOR RENT-Nice 2 bedroom borne
a part-time' basis. Mrs. Gibson '
swimming pool in Starke for' the W. C. T. U. HAY in
Air Force and 45 industrial BAILING. Twine Tie. Any Kingsley Village section. uewn
Grade Roena Newsom. Alexis Margo
,stated, providing such students pleasure of ,his' patrons. now : Arlen Lee Bias. Sally amount or type. Contact A. H. Harley as Cecil Tabot house. Nice lot
will notify the teacher in advance. claims another,,, ntractors In the Florida area Ann .Epperson. Harriett Eloise Klier of Raiford. Heidi Hildigard Hwy 16. or S. R. Marco, 481.J. %18. Call 146 to see. $56 month.

Membership, in the new course Mr. O'Sullivan first.is are administered by the procurement Goodman. Jack McComb Edyth Klier of Raiford. and Florence A.' "THE DEVIL IS WILLING FORA 2SJ-Y. ft'hll111 Itcng
individual
having office: located at the Orlando PERSON TO CONFESS "
is .voluntary and the classes will Armstrong. Brown. >:
telephones installed in the Air' Force Base. CHRISTIANITY AS LONG AS WANTED-One 10 x 24 Used Tractor .
not award, grades or high school looms of his motel for the Also Arthur J. Strickland. Lloyd Tire. Must be In fair condition.See OVEACRE AND ALMOST 'wJi'IV
credits. Girls already enrolled will of convenience Maj. Hieatt heads a staff of .47 Dr. Houpt Given C. ,Padgett, Susan Rebecca,Geiger ::4 liE DOES NOT PRACTICE IT." T. E Durham, Rt. 2. Box %11...., 3R.R.HOMC '
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tenants. Work of installing :
(GOSPEL TRACT TIDINGS.1 Stark; Fla
civil Service specialists in Up .
,be notified by mail a; to which 'the switchboard at the career Andrew Pinkowski of Wil Tint far. tram (awe *mt a* ;;..
class they'will attend. Other girls contract administration secure Fellow DegreeAt .mlngton. Del. Goldie' Lenqra Lo FOR RENT-4 room furnished klKkwar 100. Pint .f r....tt.r
motel is in l?progress this week.. ity, production industrial house. Also partly furnished Duclex m garde*. a rw and a ,Ig.CTkI.:
.interested in the new .course who pro- AAOS MeetingDr. gan Edna Ruth Batten. Leroy Health FactsA newly decorated. 304 S. Water I. roHMlry Hrtmg: hut .U*. to "w*.
-rank as ninth grade students or perty, and quality control. Gillard Norman. Lola ElizabethTurner. St. ltD Aa little a* S309.00 ,,IU haadto.IN .

above rare\invited to contact Mrs. Confederate Widows Prier to his assignment at Calvin J. Houpt of Starke Idell Edna Roberts of WANTED TO PUT: Recapable Tires. I.R1'OC.UEICIIT8 .4

Gibson by telephone ((249-J1' or Said EligibleFor OAFB, Maj.] Hieatt served in was awarded the fellow degree Middleburg. Oweida Johns, Joyce recent survey shows that S3 for blacks, $XSO for whites. Oat af Ike' decal :3 B, R. HBH !.
many vitamin tablets pass throuch Starke Recap Co.. 135 N. Temple Itp ar.toga.. Ibis to .. EaiiUr deal
Europe the Far East and
,by writing to .Box 1190, Starke, continental last week i>y the American Aca- Lillian Bennett Raifcrd, Marba .4 tea be arraa.ed where ysu.....
a. Federal, PensionWidows United, States, special- demy of Osteopathic Surgeons.Dr. Arljn Whittle and Ellis Franklin ] the patient without ever being WAITRESS WANTED-Garden Res f. (.rd this .,,..rt..lt, te ".*.
izing in Air Force procurementand ,Houpt was one of seven Tillis of Palatka, digested. This in reality is "mon taurant. Apply In person between Jell a..... that .!. JV'JT
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10 am and 12. Experienced LIKE BRAND .NEW.We
of Confederate down only. ,.
veteransare the drain.
New President enttled: to production. surgeons ,honored by the academy j I Colored admissions were: Naomi ey Itch*
a pension from the Maj. and ,Mrs. Hieatt are now during Its annual I'I aNd UatUga .ci yes property
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federal government ranging from membership convention Parks Louise Smith, of Putnam Under Chiropractic care the pa. HELP WANTED-.Female ar ls-35. If It I. far sal,. We kate knyevawaltUr
Rotary Club residing at 1840 Oak Lane Or- and "cliniCal 1 V for 1. tint.the ,itoaertrMklek
Pf HO.64 to $75: a month and should assembly at Hall Annie Scott of Middle- tient's digestive organs function *No\f experience necesaary. Apply S Nits *(ha.. Y.url salckt hetkat
lando.
-Take Over July 2 get in touch with the local VA the George Washington Hotel In burg and Ophelia Townsley, normally so vitamins can be prop. 1'SO What-A-Burger pm any day"lrl'hgWA 11 am- troierty.. We aced It wketter
Jacksonville.The .
wrii
Us small e. tarie. Teae by.
oflice if erly digested and the maximum
arenot at '
they present TED TO BUY-John H/HJ SH or,rail.
degree 'was
Lions conferred
,J,..Thomas, jr;' outgoing getting,this benefit. Service Awards for First Christian'Church benefit derived from them. hp outboard motor. Reddish Andrews .
outstanding work in the field of Rt. 1 Brooker. lIp WALL IlEALTY
president 'of the Starke RotaryClub Rep. Bob Sikes said in a recent Presented By Elrod
surgery.Dr. Morning worship, 11 am. For information the benefit I
reviewed. .accomplishments news release that ne had been FOR SALE-Lovely I bedroom. ,2 REGISTERED BROKER vBex -
Houpt served on the board Rev. J. R. Sherwood, pastor of Chiropractic in tile baths, Phene 4STJStarke
care problem large living room large' 480
.ot. the past year- at the luncheon asked! by the Veterans Administra- District Governor of Lions Harry V
, of dining all electric ,
kitchen
governors of the academy'for : Sunday School 10 ajn. cases phone or write room 7ISIWI
meeting Wednesday. He will be ton to help locate these widows Elrod presented service awardsto two terms i Youth Cb.urcn tarry\ utl'ltv rwmi with built-in cab ,
and' ,was 7
succeeded at the July .2 meetingby because there is no complete fed- members of the Lake City Lions program p.m. DR. H. G. BOLLINGER inets. Write P. tt Box 751, ;;tark".
chairman for the convention. He ,Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Fla. V upTAKEVIEW
: the newly elected president.. A.. eral record of them. Club at a dinner-dance held at named V CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES FOR BENT-2 bedroom, furnished

L.'.Crosby Jrj : ;' .: :, ,t According to Public Law 85-245: the Lake City Cuntry Club June was president-elect of' the J:30p.m. V : BEACH COTTAUKS house on Kingsley ,Lake. Available
? academy for 1959-60. i Adult Choir practice 8:45: XL By week fish swim, picnic. Phone nO\F..q strunk's Feed ft: Seed
A joint meeting of the old and widows under 70, are entitled to 24. V p.x 728 E, University, Aye Waldo HO 8-3552. Airs. Maude Store... :<. IteBt

new board'of dir'cthrsiW beheld $40,64, and over "<0 ;o $65 a month.If Featuted .entertainer was Miss THE RIGHT POINT for the :: Wednesday.Ladles Council, lit and .3rd Gainesville, Phone 6-:%3S Kahr Box-605. Earleton Fla.4tp 7-17 I p Iiu..L"( J 'ft. V bottom iport

Thursday night. June' 26. in the "the widow was married to the Sylvia Paulk assisted by the way you write. Come In and select Tuesday night S runabout lnelu4el' top-wndhlei(
<426< N. Walnut St. EW'reILT 12 ft. V bottom fl'l1lnl' cushions new trailer and 1157 11
Enlisted Men's Club at Camp veteran during the War ,Between Fisher! Variety Show of Galnes- your favorite KSTERBBOOK: :
V Everybody welcome to each boat. Save up to' 10000. Phone hp E" nrud. Electrje- Starting mot
landing.' V the State she is entitled to f 75. vile .. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. Starke. Phone 101 EJ-J 818 Nona Temple Ave. Stance or. Phone &).J. 8)8 North Temple
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STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. ,.,JUNE,26, 1958
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Garbage Problem JUNIOR GIRLS I

Powers Says PetitionsWon't Solution SoughtBy ELECT OFFICERS Special June Sale!'

Merle Betz was elected presi-
Brooklyn GroupThe dent of the Keystone Heights ALL 1938 GOODS to be sold

. Hold Road Work Junior Girls Monday night at I at 25% off list. Outboard
Up Lake Brooklyn Civic As-
a their meeting held in the S. Motors, Boats. Radios, Air Con.
sociation nominated officers, E'I'
McKay Real Estate office. dit loners, Heaters, and.all Marina
selected a board of directors, and
',Earl Powers of Gainesville, discussed two important subjectsat i The 15-18 year old girls sponsored -I Supplies, such as Skiis, Ski

State Road Department member their meeting Saturday nightat I by the Junior Womans Club Ropes, Water Pumps, etc. Sale

from this' district, told The Tele- Keystone Heights. planned a Cancer drive June 30 ends June 80.
through July 1.
graph yesterday that the delayin Carl Carnes was nominated to LEE'SBoats

widening Lawrence Boulevard I retain the presidency Mrs. H.. A. with Dr. Slaughter's backgroundas

[State Road 211 through Key Sprow, vice presidency, and R. C. n_ __ 4_ a surgeon and know that he & Motors
stone Heights is not due to petitions t 1 Crawford secretary and treasurer.The \ I
practiced at Riverside .
surgery Fla.LEE'S
Heights
circulated and signed by board of directors consistsof Junior Ball Club third, Bucky Buntz and Billy I' Hospital in Jacksonville between Keystone

63 residents of the town request- ,, : Section 1, Lewis L. Givens; 2, Gets Carnes took turns in left field] 1934 and July of 1942, when he
] Ing that the project be abandoned L. C. Gayle; 3. Gay Livingtson Uniforms;, Kenny Terrell was centerfielder'i was commissioned a' major in the

because it would require the and Mrs. Roger Gremer; 4, L. W. Plays First GameA and JChnny Martin and Tommy' Army Medical Corps. It was dur-

destruction of shade trees. I McGowan and Mrs. J. C. Hall; Thompson served in right field. I ing these years in Jacksonvillethat

Powers said that $30,000, for the I 5, Mrs. J. H. Van Zant and Mrs. third'' inning string-of 6 runs Umpires were Mike Thunder- ,, Dr. Slaughter began his writ- DRIVE-IN

widening work is included in the a $., Morris Slott. Members at large gave Keystone the edge that beat brook and Col. Roy Watkins of' ing and most of us have read his

new SRD budget starting July 1.. include Mrs. F. R. Sacher and Mr. Interlachen 9-7 Tuesday after- Keystone.The first novel, "That None Should THEATRE

and that actual work on the job, Lively of the YMCA. noon n the first Little League boys next game will be Die", and have eagerly awaitedthe I

originally scheduled for June, P' t All members were urged to be!. game of the year played''' at Key- Monday afternoon at Florahome publication of his new books, ; Keystone Heights, Fla.
would, likely begin in .July or
a >, at the First Baptist Church in stone Heights. beginning at 4:30.: j two -
almost
August. Starke tonight at 7:30 to meet Going into the third inning, Pictured are, left to right,' every year. I
Powers said that the Road with the Federal Geological Survey Interlachen led 3..1.; but the Key- kneeling Rotarians and Fri., Sat. June 27. 28
'M Tony Brault Lamar
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Board been therefore look
had working closely
Team and learn of their find- stcne nine took over and led the Hill. Stefan Brokas, Elam Glis I Rotaryanns//
with city officials on the project Dr. Slaughter Bandlans ofMontana
ings concerning the low-water! rest of the way with the good on ,
son Johnny Martin Eric Red-
and that the department would pitching !of ,Walker who [Continued on next Page
Situation in Lake Brooklyn.It Veazy fearn Joe
Mann, Bob Jackson
KEYSTONE ROTARY CHEFS
proceed according to plan unless
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was credited with the win. Cor-
was brought out that arrangements -
Jimmy Fox and Johnny Carnes.
Keystone Heights city officials are about completedthat bett Terrell hurled the last two Rex Reason, Margla Dean
requested otherwise. Pictured above are some of the Les Beasley, Lon Rushton, Frank will authorize Raiford pris- innings of the five inning game. Second row, Gary Cooper Billy] KEYSTONEJEWELERS

The Road Board member took "chefs" who helped stage the suc- Walrath Jr., and Ed,Hussy. oners to be brought in to dig outa About 200 spectators watchedthe Carnes Bucky Bunce, Veazy I Sun., Mon., Tues.

the same position in' a letter re- cessful Rotary Club fish fry at More than 300( persons were served canal linking Lakes Brooklynand boys, decked out in their Walker, 'Jimmy McMurty, Butch Expert Watch June 29, 30-July 1
ceived by Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Keystone Heights last Friday at this event which given David Repairing
was Magnolia to improve the flow brand new uniforms provided by Fox Sunderland Terry ,
Hackman whose name was the afternoon. In charge of fish to help finance the Summer of, and increase the depth of the the citizens of' the town. Terrell. Tommy Jones and "Coon" Quality Line Jewelry DESIRE

first to appear on the antiwidening hushpuppies, and coffee were Swimming Program sponsored annually water.A Joe Mann and Bob Morgan Wilson, manager. Walter M. Muhlhofer UNDER THE ELMS

said petition. In. his letter Powers (Il-rl Earl Hayner, Buster Aiken by the Keystone Rotarians. committee was formed to look took turns behind the plate, Butch Third row "Roby" Rokenstine, Sophia.Loren, Tony Perkins

"I:have received of the r.............. .........yy..y........ into a serious garbage disposal Fox held down first base, Elam manager, Mike Lovorn, Kenny
a copy problem in Keystone. It was said Glisson was stationed 'at second, Terrell Bob Morgan Mac Hill LIVE BAIT BOATS Wed., Thur. July 2, 3Devil's
petitionsregarding'the wideningof that collections are now dumpedon Eric Reddish played shortstop, Dwight Mitchell Tommy Thompson COTTAGES
the street in KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS -- -
City Keystone HairpinRarint
top of a field out of town and Jimmy McMurty took care of and Herbie Nelson.
! Heights, The State Road Depart- RUTLEDGE'S
not even turned under. This has Fictore In Color
s ment has been working very close- Sirs. J. Russell YounI&&J Rotary Club will have as guest Slaughter, who for all his fame
By created a dangerous condition 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn
ly with the.City officials on .this speaker the well known author, and acclaim stoutly disclaims -- .. -- -,
that neither Clay County nor the Route 100 ,,_, ___ _''t.- __ .-
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project. If you are able to get --- ----- our summer resident, Dr. Frank having any greater pedigree than '
Keystone City Council will at-
the City to indicate to the Road G. Slaughter. The banquet will that of any country boy who grew
Churches in musical circles for her lovely
Advent Christian tempt doing anything to correct,
Department where they would be held in the Educational Build- up on a tobacco farm In the Pied-
Consolidate Mission Boards ,voice Mrs. Ruby Leite. was electedas it was stated at the meeting.All TUCKER FABRIC ,SHOP
like for this project to stop, I offer ing of the Community Church mont section of North Carolina.
By' vote of 328 to 250 the Wo- vice-president of,the new_ board. persons interested in join-
you my full cooperation in. here on Friday evening June 27, While his estimate of his heritage Custom Made Draperies, Slip Covers,
man's Home Mission Society of Elected President of the ing the Association are invited to
seeing that the City's wishes are as at 7. This will take the place of from his ancestors may or may Upholstery rJ
the Advent Christian Churches, contact one of the members
complied with." General Conference today [Mon- or the regular luncheon meeting. I not be valid the heritage he is Special Prices on Cypress and Aluminum
in session' at the Park of the day) was Dr. Edwin'' K. Gedney join them at their next meeting .
H. L. Ownbey, chairman of People of Keystone Heights take leaving for book readers around Lawn Furniture
Palms accepted plans already Dean of Gordon College. Boston. July 19. when the election of officers -
the Keystone Heights City Council pride in claiming the world is truly great. 2861REPEAT
Advent as a part-time Keystone Heights Phone
i passed by the American Mass. Serving with Dr. Gedney will take place. Membershipdues
told The Telegraph that he resident the Illustrious Dr. Most of his readers are familiar
Mission Society for consoldiationof will be Rev. Herbert Holland are only $1 per person per _
was, "absolutely dumbfounded"when -- ---- ------- ----- -' -- -
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1 the two mission boards. The year
pastor of the Advent Christian
he
learned that petitionswere
Woman's Board had the over- Church of Detroit, who was re-
being circulated opposingthe
sight of the mission work of the elected to the office of Secretary-
street-widening project.
daises.
church in India and the American Treasurer.
"We thought we'were doing The mother of the bride was
of the workin
Society had charge
something nice for the town," the Philip- Tuesday's sessions' were to see gowned in heaven blue lace with
Mexico. Japan and OFFER
he added "and I still believe that plans developed for the speedupof a taffeta overskirt. Her accessorIes -

all. or a big majority,.of thebusi- pines. > ". -" Home Misison. Work' .. and Youth were in matching 'color.' The
ness people, the ones who pay'the. President of the newly consolidated Work. mother of the bridegroom worea -
most taxes 'are for !t." board is Rev. Robert Hewitt Wedding: Of Local Interest dress of pink oriental brcade

Ownbey said he did not think pastor of the First Advent Christian' St. Paul's Episcopal Church in with matching accessories.

it likely the Council would request Church in Waterbury Conn.A Troy, N. Y.. was the setting for A reception following the wedding -
the project be halted since Jacksonville woman, well known the marriage on June :7 of Miss I was held at The Mansion. THIS GREAT BIG ULTRA-MODERN.

no one had ever appeared before plot five feet on each side of the I Cornelia Margaret McMann and The couple left afterward for a ,

that body .to voice a protest. present street grading paving, Craig Hartley. Mrs. Hartley Is wedding trip to Boston. Mass and

Powers said the Clay County and drainage structures. The the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. FredH. Keystone Heights. They will residein

Commissioners, as well as the widening would start at the intersection McMann of Troy, and Mr. Cambridge. Mass., where Mr. y yk
Keystone Council, had been instrumental of 21 with 100 and I Hartley is the son of Mr.and Mrs.! Hartley will be employed by Nu-

in pushing the widen. continue to a point near the Key- Dubert Hartley and the grandsonof clear Metals Inc.
ing project.He stone Inn. Powers said. Mrs. Nellie Grayson all of Mrs. Hartley is an alumna of

said that the Road Department "We see 'no conflict with the Keystone Heights. Troy High School and attendedRussell

owned the right of way am I law in spending maintenance White carnations and trailingivy Sage College. Mr. Hartleyis

that the proposed work woulc L II I funds on this project," Powers formed the background for the a graduate of Gulfport High
consist of removing the gras:; added. ceremony, which was performedby School Gulfport Miss and Poly- H.

__ __________u ___ the Rev. Frederick E. Thal- technic Institute. He is a memberof
mann. Traditional wedding music the Theta Xi Fraternity.

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's was played by Adam Decker, organist DuPont Staff Honors -
FREEZER REFRIGERATOR COMBINATIONwith
Clint DenneyA -
Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes
The bride was given in marriageby dinner at Barry's Restaurant t

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY her father and she was attended on Wednesday night honored AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING

by her cousin Mrs. Stanley J. Clint Denny, who is being transferred

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner Turner. James P. Wadley acted as to Wilmington, Del. Attending TWO COMPLETE SYSTEMS Don't be misled. All 2 door Refrigerators .
best man and ushers Gerald the dinner stafi i
were were .
are not the same! You must have two separate refrigerating systemsone
L. Pellet and Alfred B. Zustovich. members from the Trail Ridge
for the refrigerator. One for the Freezer. Hotpoint has both!
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The bride chose for her wedding and Highlands plants. As a partIng .
c x -- LAKE FRONT SPECIALS .-- gown a waltz length model of: gift a car refrigerator was! .

white silk organza, styled with presented to Mr. Denny by hi! '
White Sand Lake A Good Investment an embroidered motif, tiny sleeves associates. He leaves this wee k 12 CUBIC FEET I
and portrait neckline. Her illusion for Wilmington and will returr 1
LOTS AT $1250 veil was held in place by a Juliet for his family as soon as he is I,

These lots are easily reached require little clearing and cap of silk organza. Her flowers able to locate a home for them For Only
were white roses lilies of the valley The Dennys have been a part ol:1 .l

next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" I and ivy. the Keystone Heights community
I Mrs. Turner's gown was o f for several years and will be miss,
Primrose silk ed by their friends here.
pink organza cocktail -- many

S. E. M9KA Y .. REALTOR length, with scoop neckline, Dr. Frank Slaughter I _3s
Her headpiece was formed of tiny, To Speak To Rotarians

Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 bows in matching silk organza Fore their Annual InstallatioiBanquet
k, and she carried a bouquet of pink: the Keystone Height '
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;' :. No Down Payment with Trade-in No Payments for 3 Months
1ST PRIZE (Jr. Div. Under
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> t i Quarter-Year No-Pay Grace Period
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during such unemployment up to a maximum of a full quarter.year period, provided'at .

1. Contestant must be registerFREE BOOKLETed '. .
at Walker's. least three payments have been made..
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ON FISHING
BANKING HOURS Mon., thru Thurs. 2. Entry must be weighed in at .

9:00' A.M. 2:00 P.M. Walker's., Get Your Copy.

DRIVE-IN WINDOW -'Mon thru Thurs. 3. Only Large-Mouth Bass Contest Closes

9:00: A31. 4:00 P.M. caught on artillcallure' may REDFEARN'S

be entered. SEPT. 5WALKER'S
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TTTTT T T J T Tt TKE.Y Batt reports a very Interesting for several weeks Mr. and as their guests last week. TYYYYTYTYTTYTVTTTTTTTYTYFLORAHOME Brantley last Sunday. Lake Butler; and many friends I Evening Worship, 8 p. m. Rev.

and helpful experience in St. Mrs. J. A. Hollingsworth and children Mr. and'Mrs. Richard Kyle are Mr. and Mrs. J. Alderman of with*whom he has worked. He is Orville Brookins. pastor. Come

'S/rONE'. Louis. of St. Augustine also occupied visiting his parents, Mr. and'Mrs: Grandin attended the Florida expected to be in for another week and join in our singing and worship -

Little Leaguers Given PicnicIt a cottage. Louis Kyle. They are making the AND GRANDINAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAA Cattlemen's Association Convention and it would please him if you I hour. Wednesday night service -

HIGHLIGHTS was. a real "picnic", too Lake Brooklyn Civic Association Florida visit prior to" Mr. Richard at Cocoa last week. was to drop around to see him. I 7:30: p. m. with Zenas Griffi

A.....A At *A A A A A A A A A A A A A A. when our" to"Il.,policeman,!''alterMuhlhofer Nominated' for office in theLake Kyle's leaving' for-'a new positionin Those attending the birthday Evening services will begin this leading the discussion.'.
enteBtainedjtbje! Keystone Brooklyn Civic AssociationAt Tripoli.<< party of Miss Joyce Johnson included 'Sunday night.
; Mrs. G. E. Halverson is, spending Sunday School at I( Edward Green was visiting his
[Continued from Page One] .Heights Junior: League jneelinx4ast Saturday!:night Mr. and Mrs Bert Christoffers, her summer vacation in her ''David Brantley, David 10 a. m, Morning Worship, 11 a. parents and friends while home

when they will welcome.Qim .as Baseball Team and their friendsat were Carl Carnes, president, Mrs.A. Jr. were in Orlando this week on old home town near Madison, Rye Christine Brantley. and Rob- m. Training Union. 7 p. m.. and on weekend leave.Prescription .
the Muhlhofer home Sunday H. -eprow. 'vi -JPe5ident, and friend. Dr. Slaughter -
neighbor
and .his family ,fnioyed their afternoon. Twenty-three boys en- Ralph Crawford, secretary-treas- business' conference. they :went to Wis.The beautifully decorated Timmy and Linda Hubner of

joyed ;hamburgers -and "the -fix urer. Hollywood() and Miami.. Florahome Methodist Church was Florabome.YYYTTYYYYYTYTYYYYYTYYYYY,
stay in Keystone Heights. Only1se" .........
ins", boat rides, swimming and '1'beseoicgr along with nominated Service
We heartily agree. Another wedding.anniversary, the setting last Friday night for r
uiaenib ; :elected i
water skiing. Mr. Muhlhofer Board rs if
was ; thealte Muhlhofers; theirtWEnJtyfJaurth. the marriage of Miss Alice Cookto
The officers will be /:
following a gracious host, prviding ,all the will l ake.officeOIi.Satur; ; : ay..JULY J .- on Monday, June William Peacock of Palatka. s
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TV broadcast he
recently to on a referred hamburgers boys could eat and 19t, tbt, next I regular: meetiue 1-9 "Congratulations. ;' And many: Those attending the Crenshaw- GRIFFIS LOOPBy $: As! Sear You As Your Telephone j
Keystone as a "para- ninny nice prizes for the games night t ,_ :.S.I.$ *., ,.",*' !. r .. Van Vaerenbergh wedding in 'f

installed at the banquet; and\ contests. Twenty-three boys Adjoint, County.,njeeting"on thewatershed I(28 Tampa on Saturday June 21, in- k. CALL KEYSTONE HEIGHTSToiletries
President Alfred Watson
; vices Miss Cathrine Padgett
"will"ber'neldin
safe Problem
went home and sound ,
'happy ,
cluded Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cren-
president, N. Watson Harden- after having fun at "Wally" Muhl- ,' Stag..in 'the:'First1; 'J;, "I1' S T CHJJBCH shaw, Mrs. Myrtle Robinson, Mrs. ..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMrs. f (Day) 2161 (Night) 2281.
bergh; secretary, Ralph Crawford;
lofer's. Bajptjst.Church: Q'.Thursd... Jae, HEIGap .S 'kT A. and
treasurer, Walter Muhlhofer. Directors I ; !, = Wm. McGrath Mr. Mrs. T. Mary T. Brown and Mrs. SODA FOUNTAIN-
Attending the picnic were the 126\. 7:30p? m. I L. Drake, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Club Gordon Rachel
Service Sasser'
: ..A, F...8eaxey.-Ce} i E. Smith, 'pas, or.' Ralph were visiting
I Gibson all of .
Adams: Vocational Service, Albert following: Butch Fox Mac Hall 'i of Music'andchurcii' Florahome.Mrs. friends and relatives in Jacksonville Sundries Beach Supplies
5a11i W'JIdigta AnnlvrJSatufc j ICrgpeland, Minister .
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Nelson;' Community Service, Terry Terrell David Sunderland, Alice Hazen and son of last'weekend.
Roy Watkins; International SerVice Pat LaMee, Sob Jackson, Billy yr Junert21; marked t the.1 } 'organist." : Starke were dinner guests Sun- Miss Catherine and Annette BELOTE
DRUG
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fltty-titth, w.rdd\qg\ anniversarySharing ( 'Services': Sunday School, 9:45:
: of the L.
Herman Schroeder. Cam s, Joe Mann, Lamar Hill day night T. Drakes. and Elwood Padgett were the Friday .
of *; ( a. :m. Morning Worship, il a. nv .I < > t
The banquet will be served by Tommy Thompson, David Walter, I L. E. Tanner and son, Kenneth,, night guests 'of Mr. and Mrs.
the Women of, the Community Eric ftedfearn. Jimmy McMurty, afternoon the celebration in a Sunday Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Even- visited relatives in Melbourne last Johnny Cowart. Lawrence Boulevard
family
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gettogether
Church. Kenny'Terrell' Mike Vandiver week. The weekend
guest of Mr, and
Dwight Mitchell were their "sons", H. A. Reaves_ COMMUNITY CHURCH OF Miss Beth Drake left Wednes-
Veasy Walker,
fainting To Be Presented Sunday Mrs. Julius Kowatch and son is
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A sijk screen painting i copy of Mike Lovern.) Alec Livingston, Arthur and his E.family Jr., and of Frank Gainesville M.: of, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS day June 18, for Niagara Falls, Mrs. Kowatch's sister, Audrey,

Leonardo da Vinci "Last Sup: Ernie Parker, Tommy' Jones, Herb Jacksonville andtheir families.A Rev. J. Russell Young, MinisterDr. N. Y. and son, cf Jacksonville. AIR CONDITIONING

per" will be presented to, the congregation Nelson, Johnny: Martin John wedding cake was made and James .D., Fait, Organist, r Paran Baptist Church at Gran- The Dixon Family Reunion was .5 .
Brasington7Pfcnic din is its annual r ;
of the I holding Vacation held at the home of
Community decorated their Choir Director Mr. and Mrs.
by granddaughter, EP REFRIGERATION
K : HEATING
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Church at the 10 .Cnjpyed By Community Bible School this week. Julius Kowatch
a. m. service on Miss Frances Reaves. Sincere con- ,Services: Church, School 9 a. on Sunday of last
Sunday, June 29. The painting Church Sunday SchoolE. gratulations and best wishes are m. [Summer Hours Morning Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sykes Jr. .week. There were around 50 relatives COOL SALES-
formerly hung in the home of W. T. Martin, Uh nday School and family of Tennessee are visit- who enjoyed this occasion. -
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extended, by all their Keystone 'Worship a. m. Nursery during '
A. Wallace and is being given to Superintendent the Community xiends. ing Mr. and Mrs; H. B. Sykes Sr. Lloyd Padgett''' was confined to ENCIN'EERINGINSTALLATION
Church School and Morning Wor-
the Church by Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Church Sunday School reportsa Park Ready For The Summer of Grandin. the Bradford County Hospital last .
ship]. Youth Recreation: Thurs-
Appropriately the presentation "good time was [really] had" Mrs. Rhoda Perry of Melrosewas Friday aftef being crushed be-
Playground in
the
eQuipment day Evenings 7:30-10:
will precede the service 'of be,8U. who attended the picnic on a guest of Miss Rebecca tween two trucks. He received
City Park has been painted and
Communion being held during Saturday afternoon at Gold Head quite a few broken, cracked and RED STRICKLAND
repairs are in progress to put the ST. ANNES EPISCOPAL
the 'Mrs. Branch St te.Park. It was a real crushed ribs. .
morning Worship Hour. Those visiting from aKeystone
Park in first class, shape for the CHURCH ST. WILLIAMS CATHOLIC -
Wallace, an'artist, has given a deSCription "old fashioned" type-' picnic, with "umrijer recreation program.Surprise ; i CHURCH out of town are: Mr and Mrs. : Heights, Fla.

of the process used* in ajl; 'the old games, three-legged.: Birthday Party The Rev. Allan Batt, $(inister Elmer Stokes, Everette Padgett

the painting. ... races, sack races. tug-of-war, 'Mrs... .Alice" Ketchum "was the unday Service. 9:00: a. m. Father Lanahan, Parish Priest and Mr.r and Mrs. James Padgett PHONE (Day) 4144 (Night) 4291P.

CAP Outing: And Barbecue: wjheelbara) > race and something honored [and surprised] guest at parish Night Supper: First Mass each Sunday at 8:15.: from Gainesville, Rev. Orville
Ashland, the i new, brought in by the game dirEctor Catholic Club' Supper: each Brookins of O. Box 11
estate:; of Col. the dessert-bridge party given' by Thursdays, 630 p. m.: ] Hampton, Mr. and
Ashley in Melrose. will be the set- Frank 'Harris done with Mrs. Louise Logsdon, Mrs. John second Wednesday. Mrs. J. L. Waters and son Roy of "

ting on Saturday Jun 28, when aater-filledballoons; Wet 'and Moore :and Mrs: John Klinepeterat r .:;
l fun! Mii e. Adams and Bjuoe Pre.vait .- ,
the Keystone Heght} CAP' Civil I the home of Miss Bessie Rutherford : '-
Air Patrol] hold their annual out I i served its scecial. lift guardsfor itn Friday afternoon .
the in swimming.- The .
ing and barbecue.'Eriendi fit the group Enjoying the delightful affair

CAP progress who,and ace events interested aif wel in ome.Reservations its. ::affair. cold was, topped red' watermelons( off with' beautiful J.were D. Mrs.Henderson Edward Mrs.Hussey Carl ,Carn-Mrs. L A BANG-UP TREAT FOR 4th OF JULY! .

$t. Ages Te Have ,
may be made with
es
Mrs. Louis Kyle Mrs. R. P.
any member.of the CAP or,tickets ,Bale Of Articles Cunningham,.Mrs Charles Spires,

Saturday may be bought afternoon.at the The gate affair* on fstate Household of the I late a/ticl Mrs'. F from.: T., Scott the Mrs. George Phelps, Miss-Rutherford -
the'honored
begins at 3 o'clock and will include will be for sale on July 11 and 12 hostesses.. guest and. the. Chicken. PIenty0 of Cole!

boating, skiing, swimming. for the benefit of the building of Mrs. Ketchum received many l10rbecued ;
the St. Annes -
Episcopal
The Ashley estate. affords a Church# lovely gifts in token of the'oc- BEG.U.S. PAT OFF
beautiful spot for this 4ut-door: it is announced by the presidentof casion.
the auxiliary:Mrs. N. W; Hard-
occasion
and it is one of the Mary'Ann
highlights of the season' for. the .enbergh. "Kid"Schaffer party'provided EntertainsA fun TO BRIGHTEN. UP EVERY BITE, / Invite a gang, or Just thet n ThY, to a delicious outdoor treat!And don'tcentre

CAP. Numbered ampp the articles: for the evening for guests of Mary A forget to include ice-cold Coca-Cola. With pre-meal snacks with the meal!
Gold Head Branch are a washing machine, lamps, COKE. WORLD S>
State Park News picture! frames, a refrigerator: and Ann 19. Invited Schaeffer on Thursday, June itself.. ,,there's just nothing like the- cheerful lift, the special good taste of Coke
Darlerie'Camp
Topping the record again! HAl-9 various kitchen acre, including bell Susan Davis were, Dee Dee Hard-- Q. -SPARKLING DRINK! to brighten! up a hot summer holiday. Better have plenty of Coke on hand!

Visitors last week! 857 cottage dishes and other items. enbergh Betsy McGuire, Paulette M.l.l

visitors, 1,243 campers [you Hook N' Line Tyre, Gary Bliss, Butch Fox, David "_it IUrmHD"'.....A...tnmwn Qtmr"t aK9U KuivrrBARfilCUEO

should see those sleeping ham- Orren Brannen. former Keystone Sunderland, Junior Vandiver
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mocks a group had 'last week!] Heights resident, who likes Bill King, and the hostess. Kid -- .< ,".' '. ",,.+,,. ''Xr%'Y ;*,",,,.''v ",.J'r. i,:
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'and 3.916 day visitors. fishing here so well he came back costumes and .tai;: '. .:,
games were the! order -
We made the "tour" lift week for. a few days of [it, caught his of the evening. Prizes were t..:::. .' ..:'
and around every bend of that' limit of bass'in Lake Geneva over won by Susan Davis, Junior Van- ,. ': ': .
beautiful the weekend and weighed the ':'. :..::.>: ::
paved road the 'e !sy
diver and Betsy McGuire Refreshments d: x .:.Ar.: .,
J something interesting nothing largest catch reported to Rut- of punch, cake and i 4; ...;: -t
: more inviting than the rustic cot- ledge's Fish Camp-an 8 lb. 2 oz. cookies were served the guests. >

: tages overlooking the lake. bass. Walter King, of Keystone Marian Beasley .. .
Last week there were several Heights caught his limit of ,bass Celebrates Birthday '... '. .h'S Y +} wYv"'Trv'k' 'YY''sW. f:

: Scouting groups, Trpop 24 from also: and his largest was 7 lb.,4 Miss Marian Beasley, daughterof E .w8 : f : I '

Jacksonville. June 20-22, Troop oz. These were caught with eel Mayor M. L. and Mrs. Beasleywas < 'i \ .. i i 'C
. 130 and Troop 206, also of Jack Guests at Rutledge's Cottageswere guest of honor on the occas- I k x f

. sonville, during the same period. Mr. T. J. Ellis and familyof ion of her tenth birthday on j '

Cub Pack 121 for an all day out- Wilson N. C. The Ellis' were Thursday, June 12 at her home.

: ing and Cub Pack 284 Father and here for the Conference: of the Assisting Mrs. Beasley in caring :
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.. Son camp for June 2122. Advent' Christian Church being for the guests was Mrs. Gertrude .s i. !
. The First Baptist Church of held" At the Park of the Palms Link of Lake Geneva. Twentayoung'

Jacksonville had 38 family groups but )in between'conference Mr. friends were invited to the .
: camping out-Church leaders and Ellis got in some good fishing. Mr. party. The guests enjoyed games :'. -' i I! +I -t: tiZ f J

. their families. and Mrs. Barber of Jacksonvillewere for ,which there were prizes and ',.PL rik t.r t .i .. C r4 (
-= Grace Presbyterian Church of guests over the weekend refreshments of lemonade "and .
Gainesville had a picnic on Sat- ] 1d ."-
also.Walker's cake. The honoree received many ? ..
. urday afternoon, and The Community Sport Center reports lovely birthday gifts. .
Church of, Keystone 'that bream have been biting on Keynotes ,

: Heights also had& (heir" picnic.,on buss,and that the early morning Guests at the Walter Muhl- : ;i I ,,: .
. Saturday afternoon hours or late evening are the best hofers. last week were his sister 'I. r ; ,

'. Park personnel who have, been time tp',catch the bream, night and her husband and son, Mr.and ..' ,..:.ay.,4.
on the sick list are all back except fishing has-been good too. vCWp "Mrs. Robert Walters and Da- b'ryr.,

V Mr. Hart:wh.9 is .01),vicaijOQ,, Strickland caught his. limit ofbream'Saturday ; vid of .Flmhursf HL Mrs. Walter yr ; ty4? r
Minister Return From '' night: on bugs.Holiday .
. \1fdr' } Muhlhofer will return home with
. The Rev. Allan '!!att, wjio'has Beach C.Uace Guests them for a visit.

been in St. Louis for*course- in "A number of visitors here for '' .Ralph Crawfords have hadas \ .. .", 4 'i t ;:' :' ?i '

: Pastoral Counseling, has returnedto the conference at the Park of the guests their grandchildren, ? J4 ; :

Keystone, and Interlachen Palms were guests at the Holiday Ralph Crawford m and Rita .i1; I 45 'S s ) < vi ifr

.. 'bringing the mesage at the Sun Beach Cottages. Also Mrs. J., L Crawford, of New Orleans La.. r ; : ,

-. day Services at both places. Mr. Parrish Jr. of Lake City is 'guest Also :visiting the Crawfords were r : a:, i} :j 1 f

.. their daughter and family from AP

ODOMS .HARDWARE & SUPPLY Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
" 1'V
. Gaither and four children, Beverly L :

. 'Melrose, Fla. Dan Jr. Deborah and Stephen. T : K\
Mrs. Margaret Muir is recuper-
: GARDEN TOOLS FISHING TACKLE ating from surgery at the Bradford -
" 1 E I Iwn
.. GENERAL LINE OF HARDWARE ': County Hospital
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Mrs, PjulHoll arrived onst-

. urday frpm'Pittshurg to spend ,
.. : ks r
sqme tulip her!)n,,th'e.HoU cottage .s A .z.

on bake peneva; ..JS he.joined Nan-
PAULS SUNDRIES ielrose ry. Paula and Alan, who had come fir
down, earlier with their grand
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Let Us Handle'Your Service father; E. Mecklem.. -
Prescription. Col.,R. H. Kelley is a patient in F
. the Naval Air Station
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Hoyut ,
FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES
. Jacksonville, ,here,.he. was ,'op
. the critical list at this .writing
His many.fclends in" Keystone

: %ML DRILLING Pumps Service wish Enjoying a quick a recovery picnic at for the him.new r fFa s ,

. home and lake at the John O.I .
: TERMS AVAILABLE I Hunble's[ recently. were twenty- Aa s ,.
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. four members of the entertain- t
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: PromPt Service Free Estimates *, went committee for .the Metropolitan :
., Club of Jacksonville.'Also, CHICKEN.Brush your OIL POTATOES.Bake potatoes be SUPER SALAD. Serve t green salad, CJUHBCRBY CUM. Heat eras
. J recent visitors, were Miss- AnneWhildeh I halved broiler-chickens"barbeforehand_ bring them along wrapped tossed with dressing, diced stuffed jelly nntfl melted poUr into wheezed-
. MLPH E. MATHEWS ; ,,and Miss Edith; owell cue lance, broil 12 inches from.heat in aluminum foil Then just reheat olives.Guests will enjoy sipping Coke out half shells of oranges.Chill until
fi of Jacksonville.. about 1-3 hours,turning and basting- .: them over the 'coals. Great with with this. Coca-Cola. .so good to set. For extra sparkl,nacyKiKer '
c ;enty Serve..wit o Coy-Gola..laporite tf t& world. taste, in such good taste. CokeuduJ'YILjl'AoM'tl.
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. P.0. Box. 528 Melrose, Fla. Miss Dottie Hardenbergh has I..

.. recently had her tonsils removed
.. PHONE GR 5-5101 and is making a good'recovery at ;
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her home.
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: Also a member of the ".tonsilI S '

Club" is Diana Hgen who hadtlie' ;;: .
APPLIANCES ': RADIO & T.V. I ( ember- .i
... distinction of. having,""st1tchs" i
.. S, l lcs and Service she also is making a rapid're- 4 _

: PLUMBING AND. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING. covery. : COKE and Good :Taste '. .
. a. i Orren B .nnen. former: resident r
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: Jacuzzi i Home Water Systems, < I I of Keystone Heights was_ a visitor} rr '
t here last weeJ .Jot several days .
I
. I WELL DRILLING 2. TO 4 IN. fishing. Mrs. Brannen and the go together! ; /J

M 1 children were visiting her parentsin .

Statesboro, Ga. and Mr Bran- .;s ... -
. MANrTliimBW Co
lr.ic nen returned to Statesboro for 1
---7' REGULAR w KING SIGN. OF GOOD TASTE
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them, en Saturday.,
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.:. ( Box 353 Melrose, Fla. 'Ph. GR !S'56 3" 1 had i Mr.their. An4lMrs grandsons John Roland. .Albrecht and Bottled under outhorSy! [ of The'to a-ColQ Ccmpofif|bTK, STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY A .

Enre.tt: Albret.ht irpm.Selma, Alas
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THURSDAY. JUNE '26, 1958 1 BHABFOBO COUNTY TELEGRAPH> ,.STARKE," FLORIDA
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'. '.;; yiyyiYT YY YYY ..YYMA'XVItLE' noon. able to be and --
up about again. erson rmek: cIit.&i r those somewhere' else '
about thit .
and Mrs. A. J. in-law in Jacksonville Saturday in Clermont. Lake Earbor visited her Sunday:
1Mr Harper ofJacksonville Mr. and' Mra. Bata,Hftrzfe .-aqdldrs south, -all enjoSiod'dMniir3ti; are
r much worse.ragree' and 'were visited 'by the Carl Mr: and Mrs. Elbert Mott, Mr. Mr. and "Mrs: Warren Mizelle
were guests of Mr. J. D Bell
children Had StJicJt1a '
and; : > dra" Sunday -af
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and .Mrs." John',Northland family as theirguests for Monday djnrier 1,coon.'l Landing,. with'Mr. Huggins, lets Jones family in the afternoon. and Mrs. Bjford King Harold and Karen and Lucretia Cumbee, Jean.

.- r, F l last Sunday.. We, Are very,glad Mrs., Joan Zagartz, of Jac1canviUt T-24iai' .6nann Thompson v of Pal t- betfianfcful'for'what we have and Mr.. and'Mrs.. R. J. Waters- hive Lloyd King' Dickie and Barbara Endicctt and Terry Dukes pf
f 1Il1..c: B. Nolan'I. may%e Good Lord bless'and care returned home after Sue Davis enjoyed a picnic at Worthington Springs e.WOfed"picnic
$ visiting A
to knowthat Mr Harper is getting Joan BelTa school teach.;
fea are spending this week! with forteiich I
i *' of you.. ;bye'now.
....AA1.l..1.1.. along nicely} ,now. Miss Ginger Cannon.' ; t with friends and relatives here ,Hampton Lake Saturday evening. at Lake Butler Lake Satur-
'' .Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson er.Mr.: and Mrs. Bud Waters for two weeks. "' Mrs. Viola Griffic visited her day.:
.Mi*.; and rr.Xyyyyry.TYYYYYY..YY1BROOKE'R
does(Higginbotham spent '
daughter Mrs. Dorothy Mae Whit-
from until attended funeral services for Mrs. family of Jacksonville had Sunday YTTTYTY.IYTYYTYYYYTYYU'El Mr. and'Mrs.. Bill Hendricks I
Saturday Tuesday 1n.
I 'Elizabeth Rozter at the South dinner 'with. ,1r1rL'oro and baby of Jacksonville and Mr. tington of,Panma City also Mr. YOU'LL Uu.e aew LataP
JctCSontdneyisiting Mrs.. Paul : y r and Mrs: Al of
Prong Cemetery in Jacksonville Waters and family. and Mrs. Elton Hardy and three ; Lloyd Gainesville brook purse-size\ fountain [V
GarreJt .
,
,and children Mr. B
: and 1 i l J N'8. visited his sister, Mrs. '
Whittington.
Mrs. Tranklin ,Higginbotham and last l Thursday: Mr.and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and t : R ; daughters of'Starke visited: Mrs.' pastel shades. Only ; ..Wlford. '_ .1 W.aa 1 r a.

children and Mr. and Mrs. ,George Mr.: and Mrs. Jonnny sweat and daughters: Alene and Helen Mrs. By Airs -Harvey i McCarthy By Barbara Sue Davis Mattie Barry Sunday. Mrs. Viola Griffic's of County'Televa' -h.". ..* :r.
of last : Mrs- Lottie Edwards is visiting daughter
Jqhnson and children. son Macclenny spent week Junior GoolsDy of Baldwin and YYYYYYTYYYYY.YYY..YYY..YMr. -
' $Mr. and ''Mrs. George Johnson' vis'ting'with' Mr. and Mrs. E. D. :Miss Gloria Higgmbdtham ofJacksonville t &&.&&& I& .....&&A&&AA. I her sister in Jacksonville. this
add \ Hirginbotham'and family and. Mr. I all enjoyed sightseeing said .)lrs. Lloyd Wood and week.
family of Jacksonville
Sunday with Mrs. visited "nd 'MrsLeslie Sweat and tarn- in Jacksonville Sunday after Hello, Everyone and a very son Craig left for a weeks vacation t ONE QT. OR GAL. OE PALNT ,
Raymond Kjl- pleasant day to each of you. at Half Moon .Camp on the Tommy Raulerson visiting t tI
gpre and family and, Mr. Doss ily. noon.Mr. It has been called'to my attent.lon' St. Johns River Saturday and relatives in Clermont this week. I !
FREEWITH
Higginbotham. Mr. and., Mrs! C. B. Nolan and and Mrs. Ernest Padgett of a
? i and"Bdbby VISIted'1n that there axe 'lots of our were-joined by the'W. E. Bigham, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rauler-
\Mrs. J?. B. .Griffis and Mrs. sfms. Billy Jacksonville'spent Sunday with
friends and neighbors living
now
]flenry} Griffis entertained,: their Palatka last 'Thursday afternoon Mr. Padgett's parent,Mr. and'Mrs.Harry .. elsewhere who get the paper in Jr.. family: for the weekend. sop., and Mrs. Rachel Green visited EACH ONE YOU BUY -

Sunday School classes at Stngk.land's I with Mrs. Nolan's mother, Mrs. Padgett and family., hopes.of reading,about their loved I Mrs. Florence Vanadoree fell Mr. and Mrs.'Clyde Robertson .
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W. A. Cannon and also other rela in her home and'broke her hip 4"We Eliminate the Middleman's Profit ,
Landing last Tuesday. with Mrs. Dora Byrd; E.: a Padgettand ones at home.'How would you like a .
tives. j Thursday. She is now a patientin
a>picnic and awim. Mrs. Gladys Mrs. Ruby Durrance and to :pay tribute to these special GOT ASUMMER Z
pppeland Accompanied :them and Mr. and Mrs. Deny Peters of sons R, V. and Howard visitedat ones of ours by putting in a little Gainesville hospital. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

&ey were joined at the, lake by Keystone Heights! .brought their 'the Baptist' Hospital in JaCk- personal note :each week to them? 'M rJane' and little' Billy 501. N. W.. 8th Ave. Gainesville !FR 6.7588i i
Jkjrs. Leslie Chilson and 'children, little daughter:\ Vickie out Mondayto ionville Sunday afternoon with It may be a good friend 'that has Bigham visited friends and relatives COLi i
the with ''Mr. and Green who in Lakeland last week. i .
Carolyn' -.nd. Roger. spend evening Milton Middleburg: moved away, a boy in service or : '
,{Miss Gloria Higginbotham of .Mrs. Harry Padgett and family. i? a patient there. some of your immediate family. Mrs. J, R. and Mrs. Orren Da- TAKE 4--- ... "
).{ Mary Wellhausen spent :Mrs. Mary was a vis of Gainesville visited the N. ,
Jacksonville _,and Mrs. Junior. rs. Wellhausen Wherever they are and where
Goolaby of Baldwin\ spent Sunday last /week with her son and daugh 'recent guest of Mrs. Beard in ever the Telegraph goes, it means J. Davis family.' Wednesday. forsymptDmat' 3Jd ftORI ACDn 1 1IL ri

afternoon'Vith'Mr.. and Mrs. Les ter-in-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Baldwin. a( lot |to get.news from home.. Can ,Mr,.and l Krs. :N.. J. Davis and 66'6
lie Sweat and family. Wellhausen and ,family and is Rev. Otis Barber of Jacksonville you 'imagine' the surprise they will F. B.! Davis attended the :funeral ', _.
We regret that Mrs. Dorothy spending this week with Mr. and preached at the morning services led, when they turn to the col- services of Mrs.' Davis' brother-I ; RELIEFHEARING I.

\Vaterata JH this week with an attack ,Mrs. Oscar Harris.and family.Sidney at the' (Manville! ,Baptist. ChXtlrcpuitday .. Ad. see..a.short.PmQU note .. a //IL ill
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of appendicitis" "'- .t Wellhausen accompaniedRev. morning. to them? Please advise if you CHARlOTTEI, I

W. O. Mathis of Jacksonvilleto would like to do the above? If the I
i Mrs.. Henry) Carter spent last I Mr. and Mrs. Bob: McClung and PROBLEM ? UIII/ COUNTY
weekend in -Starke visiting with the Homecoming Day Services I daughter, Gail of Parkerburg, W. anSwer is yes, give me the name i iI
of the Beulah Baptist Church near ; Va., will arrive Sunday for a two of the individual or individualsthat : Count/ MaY,
Mrs Effie J Johns and while there I
live Oak where he was a former weeks vacation with Mrs. Mc- wait each week to receive FIND OUT WHY. .

.attended theTent. Revival -Ser.tices. pastor, Singing was enjoyed after dung's parents:!, Mr and Mra. news' about you, v Puniq Gorda l la ;

.\ t the,.dinner on the. grounds. Henry Carter. ?fr. and Mrs. Gene Kelly .and FREt'BOOKTELLS !\ .

Mr. and Mrs Ben Higginbothamand Mrs, Sade Padgett, wlio., has been Little Gwen Waters of Jacksonville -{, .
family, :Mr, and Mra. Leon staying it the home of her daugh. spent last weekend with/ her $ t ALL :-.

Harris and family and' Mr. and c I ter, Mrs. "Cornelia **adgett' in grandmother. Mrs Dorothy. Writers -. Mrs., Annie Kelly. tWvE: 404j f: t
Jacksonville since]her release I : *rom and'f amily. *. | *'!Miss Ann Wainwright daugh-1 ,., ; I
:Mrs. J. D. and all I ; ,
son enjoyed c
Padgett the hospital,'ieturned'to< ( her 4iomeiere L.I, 6. Rob 'r an of Ltvt Oak 1 teV of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wain- re yoajgtorried about yourhearing : Rw. e t

a picnic outing and a swim I! in Maxville Tuesday. We hope spent? the weekend here at the wright of Jacksonville is spendingthis .: or know someone .. ::ij x- ) ,

at Black Creek Saturday after I that Mrs. Padgett will soon be biome of Mrs.. Dorothy Waters and week with Mr. and Mrs. Hen- who is? Sonotone has. printed a t i_. .
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i family. ry Thornton and family. the book everyone has been .- '
I 'Miss Debbie Phillips of PajatKa Misses: Rosy and Edith JMoore waiting for all the FACTS + ', f'
will teach -at the Highland Battisl'ChurcVacation"Biole totted(; ,in Gainesville Thinjsday.t about hearing. It is youn. Cou"n't1
aid or not. It fa a ni ewege of .Charlotte has and of.the longes\ ant1inee
school My mother's mother, Mrs. J. M. free. Just ask for your copy
"THE MIGHTY 1490JJWRGRRadio of LIVE AGAIN hope. for. everyona. k the state, featuring one of the Souths finest harbor,
the first week in July and plans Fralick of Providence and moth- 9 A > 1JJ; "
tmtkTJ for which the County is named. Agriculture is a'prun\
to come for a visit with some of er's sister, Mrs. Frank Richard of LIVE AGAIN is easy to ; ,,Here Js.,, h. \ dj *
her friends here in Maxville while Lake Butler and. mother's brother read, with many illustrations. hearing aids "7l'ea.d: I;..yl "source'of revenue *ith over half the total acreage ofIbe.eountjr

there, ,J. D.fr lick also lof Providence it-answers' your questions AGAIN and'make.'np.' ,poy J t \ ; being devoted to truck farming., A' unique

Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and daughters visited in our home Sunday after- how health affects hearing, !own mind. "..,ooA p'ier'atPuntaGbrda; a mile stretch of former highway

Alene and Helen. Mrs. Junior noon. how we hear, what happens ''Get the facts'straight Send Wdge'reaching oot'into Charlotte Harbor's' deepest
Goolsby of Baldwin and Miss Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Walkerand toour heartng, tow to decide :. water, afford prize. sport 'fishing for both tourists andiseSitfent3.

Gloria .fiigginbotham.' and Mrs. daughter of ,Jacksonville visitefiSunday"witfilTilf ,et1 rtdt: nled a hearing Ifor I .jow'.free cojiyNtodgjJr ; ... .. .
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:Carolyn Howard and -children of : : bd" Km.5 ?'ee-, .
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ANSWERS ;t w 141SONOTONE!rt319 ( .
PI P/ Jacksonville -arid Mrs. fcudy Hig- man Crosby and Mr. and."Mrs. In progressive Charlotte County and throughout i

ENTERTAINMENT CONTEST! gintiotham and daughter, Kohm 1J3.ill .J&etfdish, and family. Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation, works.

all enjoyed a\swim Viand picnic at I BeilbronnChurch'welcomesyou i constantly to assure the sale of beer-and ate '.ndef-
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NO. 1 .-Strickland's: LandfngFlskt Tuesday*"'. l't tavatt'ehd; Services :Sunday and .. "; conditions. that strict law
I afternoon.. Itt fc* ** .-'. S. W. 12th St."Gainesville7 Fla. pleasant, orderly Believing
R R : ,hear good preaching by :"Pastor., '
Mr. 'arid"Mrs: 'C: EJ Wlik'mson, ,Pot?."Walter"'Laeei":" special **inting; w ------, ---------- -,- -- --- enforcement serves the best interest .of the people cfFlorida'

\ ELLA FITZGERALD JrJjuid'-family visited in,Jackson: by two of -oiir 'talen( d "young .SOMOTOME-The Foundation. stresses close cooperation with

GENE AUSTINt '-, vifle Sunday wtn Mr.">aIia+s1is: Iadfes' Mss 'I&da;"Gadc&r i .'aridrbara''Jetiii : MAKEUP House ot HearkliCTQU J. :the.Armed Forces, law enforcement and governing

I PECCY.LEE. I I' Harold. 'Davis'daughter. tnd"ramiljt- : rT4ieir' toorinanj: congregatton"sirgtri J4IU Please send me your booklet, "J.IVE AGAIN'wIInML officials in its continuing "self-regulation" program.
t ; 'Shirley. semauted u .
: ; witJ( Cnorn erR .' .' -. j .
BILL FARRELL Ihere'for'a''.'W. ek'8" -irisitwithtnDaviseft ---, ; sse\f'Reddf1iahistant choritmVLee 'CETIHESE Fant. / \\" Uniicd Sz..14 -...'."..
:
Z' ALELTORME Z '. "Mr. and Mrs': *Simeon 'Phulipaof :rer;: Mrs; prayfer P.4L::;MMorg''meeting n'and: Jiht-every! > !IS'r FACTSAddr.is Apt. fti c it ,,..........4HI..-....... ,.
2DJ N.Y
Palatka} visited:\ with friends iA Wednesday nig.hV'arkf choir'jp/ac-j FREE Cite ttat--- .. e e 'i+ru5' 0rl.Me. tLdlrTake Sao/ .
Maxville' Suliday\ rafferdoan""riidds Lice =im Friday ''jiigiij:!;:* :
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Fi-1 '.Mre' 'l3tiMEfi 'iota: T.Y a
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of '
WMtJjfedies 'W'meet.tonight
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Listen ForE
t'/. : Balo !ni'wilf'beiinterestdto I .. .
EENTERTAINMENT mon of kt''mo; fi:iii-: at the church .for ,
learn that she was operated in i
bus1Aessweedy

CONTEST : .st.ville Vinoeat'B Saturday tospital'inJackson-:and! wish her a l.to program,be present,. .and.membersere'and a short bring, omeorYe.f .urged.I! tKe. worK out .ojf camping witli tlie

S No. 2' S speedy recovery. 1> course, tlje biggest an- "\ > t
Mrs. Oscar Harris and
children
nQ cement;of all is our Revival
.' Susie and Clara Mae and Mr. and that will start Jujy' 7. We'ire' look-


rite Yoke' of.Starke Mrs.Mrs.Middlebiirg J.Bud Day 1Jc1sIO Saturday T Padgett'. _.!:t'with visited Mr. and in i ink,,forward please tht .come a'woRderful and WHrtth:;! meeting us.- APACHE CAMP T AILERI

Watch column next: week for; ,

..Johp. and ]Ed-Waters.. ,', 1,. C. Robe more details abcftlt time, visiting: r t 4 r

"' "- .,. ....-.--:., : .:, : lfiv' : singers etc.'j I I ( hx
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.. :...., |Hr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton, ,
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... .. .y M
., .' and family visited Sunday withM .:
r .. and Mrs Raymond 1"i.; Parker' 4' Y

Inj'f1' :or. ,country.... .\ and family of J cksot1viye. -y

Monday goes pffAM: iyand Mrs. f" f '' '3 ip
f' -. R. L. Morgan and :Stony were

Rev. and Mrs. Roy L. Crews of :
-I"E' ..I1 Aruroa, Bl.Mr.and ;

.. 111.1. -' r r Mrs. A. A. Ortagus of _
Jacksonville spent the weekend r / \

I : UR BUDGET .. with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Solano. +e' f ,
Mrs. Kenneth Smith and children .' j- ; I

...........-.-.. -'IhY "'. '' .., .."._.......,..... .. of, Jasper were visiting Miss
t; Ida Sweat and family Sunday.- .. !

Rev. anq, Mrs. G. E... Cutabaw
and grandson, Billy have returnedto
.. i" '; 1 ';;',: '. ... their home in.G1feoYiJle.: .T.eDJl, Rr
m #
, and Mrs. Bjlll Reddish and familytdthelr

T 1r. I many fjriend of.the.comOiUnjity ,. I II
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I Ifeddv KflowaHhburt&day a -onthe job ) ,.Rejr. Cut haw b.a'i .' .I
.. pastor of GOT church.: yLN .i sr

t '. ;t .!gguda..JI1ftU'o' 1"I; # eYHO11&Uy5 ::,::1 rs\.1.a9T Latham; and ,.chlldjen : .

....,. : o!' I' iiladelphia;- Pa. are'
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.juMJ -
; 4OQ.. ,. \ S! perth
t 6 ,pending the summer with her
lili .. t
rmm,, ore, _/_.\J.O bs_ 1 t tt ;;1'r.: .- '." jnother., Mrk Annte,Sa nders.a 4 < J

the modemS: .. > \ \ ;sister' ; Mrs. W. A. Solano. V,, q
'lyery sorfer to report that 'tdof

lowest' wag& 4* the.jw\i\ ( v., our neighbors are ia the JBjrad-

bur "wired hand" is the key 1: ford County Hosptfal.. Lacy Mob-
) ley entereoT the hospital Monday .. .
'.is' 4ow mot, iiigb production u .night of'this week. Leroy Normanwas .. 4 4. ; .'-1

modern farm I, ;'t t admitted to the hospital Saturday M f1 Easy to 7iaii7. Easy to set
,.f .and operated on TJflepda'yofthis < up
) I week. May God bless these s J ... ... I ; 1.jJ
: f r" M emepand restore thenhealthIff 3 -i.t ,
1- :
:I : i! >0' them as only He can do. Let us t < ,,: PERFECT FOR LONG VACATIONS!
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.. remember to pray in their J be t. pW )f;( ;" 1f..J-' IOR. > f... ,
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jfi { half.Official ,, 'ttr'
.1 Farmer's Report by OVERNIGHT TRIPS ,
w tiT-Ew- George Huggins: Good rains always .
.. r' 't. f -
help some and hurt some.SflW. f1

1 ". . -. .- -... vegetable barest Kill .be. .. .

I J a..:4z.-.4.t. .cnt'-shoat -btit'-it 'seems that 'the .. -? N **1 eta fD er _,_ J

rains through Tuesday helped a The Apache erects in a few short 'minutes, t1ret1'froat! Chi
-- --'.-: --- --- greater acreage of crops. All pasture Full .ii. Permanent AD compartments are '
; hd.member tJftugb!' and Gey eorn,needed. lain Bed alwan made g,. handily accenibl.outsldt.. When you are hauling the Apache on fsltwoaasi *
19 feet of floor @II1''Ut.! ,
a "jou".i1omt\t'.Uft, el\e.p\> .badly. Isolated fields of late sweet pace cqoare to accommodate .. Pr.ride. ample- ,' p.aoanent :-' sion withply tires there are no.view. obstructions i >aa ltrg.#''orb
a .. corn and peas have gotten a boost cota er'sleeping baCI. ttorace for: -
a I .. ii j t dependable "eo ic, pii ,,,,: that will carr;them'ttljrouh i'? Compartment for table doon l letdown pole er*. ete.tackle",' camping' :, the car It's 7 feet. long and 4 feet wide.' No dlfficultiet fa bsHf\I

eir>I al hgbtbrl lt I Which .lornafc X it,ttrrAncel ICMa. or >- Waterproof trailer boz.pool .U i. trailer into tightspots. The Apache is light enough for on*.maff to
o 4c ,us Norman |ajfs ti "Hon t'1te' aQpX riety "' Tent ha tipper door Owner .ian rig com ,
ens Hving.givef; yb(* added \ is the only one. Tully Gorman jJ and plaitie window creen with.for jrt personal ent|fear.to fit maneuver into unusual camp tites g.tk6 h

his truthful brother declaresthe mud protection. DAH'Rf"f ;aD4..ter .
I
; leisure for family fun. for There' a floor in the
,
.proof opipartmentWr
(
Rutgers variety to be supreme.I tent to protect-againitdampness. protect food The Apache b the economical way to -take the work .,3a d
I : ", .' '(.c1 1C .,. .lpI er.. certainly would not judge exceptto .1d c-r.. ,. "
:_' .. camping. See it today and .you'll HAVE to own an,Apac h e.
4 t TlorldaUv say'eachj; .' .jnightygood'I __i. ,
;
tlhappieft j hWl'.50W:
} ita;. ".,y\ U.f"arm ; ) tram bQ Anc4 for;ijay'wlfe* ,b/ tomatoes to- List Prace$540.15. "'*with'Mattress And Spare a Wheel and Tire F. O. B. Starke, Fla.

-. ;fan anaher juibo11\ field .he ''. xF : ;
toiler lire fetter Electrically i !' trunk of Aty.oldrdie: tosiafo iMB

market is like. the cucumber market
-11'III1ITT1I'" was. Itwil'c & Aut Supply
tr \ rarm.
a rr.. '/ ..- ___ ,'___ _-..:. Well quite somebody a story could On have the written 1958-' ,

.F.LOIU A*_ : WP' ., ANY ,aUaer.-Ccop aad market, eoo"dltidns' n/ A U I ,
.' ". being\ as bad as they Save ; '116 E. BROWNLEEST., PHONE 26 I .
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PAGE TEN BKAUtURU COUNTY TELhti1 APli, SlAlCKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE t*. 1938
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YYYYTTTTTTYTYTYTTTTTTYTTVYTYTTTYYYYTYYYYTYYTTYYYYNEWS sponsoring this group in baseball. presented with talent''from' Law- I vvvvvYyvvyvyyvvvvvvvvvy. I In a Jacksonville hospital, Sunday the past week. : ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, A. W.

: The first game is scheduled for tey which will include membersof rlt rnoon. We hope she will soon Mrs. E. J. Manni and children' Norman. ?'
OF INTEREST TO COLORED !
Saturday July 5 with Gainesvilleat the Houston family and Mrs. KINGSLEY LAKE be well. of Starke left Sunday for Massa- Church News

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Starke. Plan now to attend this Houston president 'of' the 'Missionary Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bishop and chusetts for a visit. Sunday School. 10 a. m., Church

Ozora J. Shell game on the beautiful new diamond Society of .Mt. Zion..Solo children visited the A. R. Moores Mrs. Maggie Norman left Mon- 11 a. HL, Training Union, 7 p. m
BY Mae Moore
at RJE. Scoutmaster B. T. by Bro. Linwood Crawford ,and Sunday afternoon. day with her daughter Mrs. Rosa and Evening Services 8 p. m;
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& & & & & & & & & & &a&a& & & & Marshall, members of the Amer- others. Don't miss this fine pro- yyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyvvyylYYlLuncheon, We hear that Mrs. MacDonaldis Mae Thomas to go back to Nice- Also mid-week prayer meeting.

-------------------1 ican Legion Post and Committeemen gram. the sick list this week. We ville for visit.
for the revival party on a
ley Lee Jr. honored with a
was I Mount WANTED Clean Cotton Rap
thank the Baptist
wish to County Calvary Church
well attended and enjoyed by hope she will soon be well again.vmmn.vnmmmet. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman
birthday his I was
party by mother Commissioners and other city officials Rev. George Lee Pastor will be No Pants, No Shirts, Host Be
Mrs. Mable Lee at the-home of for the clay and services host to the Eastern Division of all. We have really enjoyed the and son, Johnnie left Sunday fora Clean. Bradford County Tele
!I I revival at Starke many of our
her The
parents in Hawthorne. rendered to improve' the baseball the Ministers and Deacons Union visit with their son and daugh- graph
from Starke I I I members have attended each ser-
guests were trans-
diamond. Charles Covington re of Mt. Sinia Missionary Baptist.
ported in a station wagon by Mrs.i I I vice. We feel the revival truly revived RISING
porter. Assn., Rev. G. Q. McArthur Moderator -
Lee, courtesy of the honoree's Auxiliary Meeting from June 27 to 29. many of us. We hope they NOW OPEN
will be Successful in all of their
aunt, Mrs. Genevieve Steele.
American Legion Auxiliary of The Friday, night devotion will By !Irs. Gordon Jones
work..
Lovely gifts including money Post 314 will hold regular meetingI be led by Deacon George Moore School Fugate and Thomas
Sunday attendance was AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJVisiting
were ,.received by George. I
with sermon by Rev. E. W. Strong.
I! room 9 at RJE on Sunday July
Refreshments included a large I Deacon off a little last Sunday hope for
c 6 at 2 p. m. President L. M. Roy- Saturday night'devotion by Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
better attendance next time. Now
specially designed cake ice I I al is asking all members and new I Willie! Green, sermon by Rev. Norman Sunday were Mrs. Rosa GARAGE & WELDING SHOP
cream, peanuts and assorted candles that we can get back to our regular
ti Hankerson.. On Sunday Mae Thomas' and children of
.There were party hats and officers to please be present as Clyde : church work hope everyonewill
she has a message of importance morning the Sunday -School will Niceville Mrs. Maggie Norman,;
favors and plenty of birthday be regular in attendance. REASONABLE PRICES GIVE US A TRIAL

music. He is the son of Rev. George -N;jfcr you. 'Mrs. Pauline Marshall, be led by Supt.John. Diggs, .and Shirley Sandra and Diann Mrs. Maude Morris, and Mrs.]
'Wesley Lee, Sr., pastor of Mt.1 chairman'of. poppy sales is asking the 11 a. m. devottcn by DeaconS. Moore returned to the Lake Sun- Evilee Jones of Gainesville, Mr. Portable Welder for OutsideVork
I all members to come prepared to afternoon after a week spentat and Mrs. Thurman Jones and
Calvary and Antioch Baptist Rev. day
Churches cf Starke and Mrs. Lee make a report. Persons who didn't Hankerson, sermon by' J. Cedar Key. sons of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. LOCATEDOn
i sell poppies are asked to give a'donation. G. Smith. Dinner on the groundsat Gordon Jones and daughter Car-
.
who is first grade teacher at RJE I The R. 1.. Smiths were in Lake-
from the 'Department Washington St. Across from Starke Motor Parts
and is currently substituting in r Reports 1 p. m. Song-Service at 3 p. m. land Sunday visiting Mrs. Smith's olyn.Mr.

the Adult Education Program. I the delegates Convention at this will meeting.be made led by choir. Report of Committee mother. and Mis. Gordon Jones and FLOYD FUGATE D. B. (Dick) THOMAS

.1 -- ------Y- Welcome Home' by : A. O. -Jenkins, H: Hawkins The E. M. Nortons visited .MrNorton's daughter Carolyn have been .
'
Start this new term by doing your I
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cuffie entertained is patient vacationing in the Everglades for
SHOPPORTUNITY full for Mary Arnold, and Rosa Williams mother who a
duty God and country. ----- --
their children with a party
GRAND PRIZE WINNER Membership drive is now .on.

'Flashing a happy smile' is Betty for a neighbor Annette Barbara Chaplain Sophia Royal is., chair- t -- .,-- _-. -- '
Shell who has been for .
Starke who away quitea .
Hudson of Route 2, .man. Send in your application - --- .
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while. Sylvia Ann Ford servedas
won the $25'cash'prise at the big I today.
hostess, other guests were Car-
Shopportunity .Days party'on
los Ford, Mack Ford and LaVon Summer Program
Each week the Shop-
June 6.
Ford. Refreshments included hot On Tuesday at 1 p. m. a special

portunity merchants' of Starkeare dogs, iced tea and chocolate cake. meeting was held at the USO con-
giving away $50 in cash to
All reported a delightful get-to cerning the summer program. Already
show their appreciation to their .
gether. over 150 children have en-
good customers. Betty says" "It Boy Scouts rolled which is more than enough I WHY PAY
to trade in Starke. and
sure pays
NOW HEAR THIS! Camp Coa- pupils for the limited staff..Some
she advises all her friends. to ask 1
coochee will open for the regular very definite'' policies and rules .
for their Shopportunity coupons
will be formulated
summer camp program on July with referenceto
:when making purchases.. 21 and will continue through Au- the swimming program. Par- \ "

_Birthday Party gust 3. There will be a big Cub ents are asked not to regard this !
j
On Friday June 20 George Wes- and Parent Outing on' Sunday program as a "baby sitting" ser- ".;... '
June 21 from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. vice. Only children who were enrolled .,..-.t..... : <
Parents of scouts are invited to in the first grade last year "''"'''''' ''' '

Termite ControlFOR attend as this is free and you will and promoted to second grade WHEN YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME FOR LESS! ::

have loads of fun. should attend the program. Pre- ; Jr'
DEPENDABLE. The most important part of school children and those who will -
: camp however is the program. enter for the first time in September r s'' r i.

S Household ft: Commercial This program is designed to teach are not supposed to attend -. ,.
Pert Control boys, many of them who have unless given special permission b;, t 1 .-: : \>- i";

never been away from home over the principal \ ; '

Grove gpraymj night before, the fine.art of living The .Anderson Junior High 'THE CAPRI"

together and respecting the rightsof group is comparatively as large
Call FR 6-2661 the other fellow. Perhaps of all with just one full time staff'mem-

Florida Peat the skills that are taught in camp ber and a parttime assistant for .. This modem two bedroom home h detigMd

Control this matter of human relationsor one half day. r Y .. w. "'.=>!...'..:.p for Southeri living.; Three jalousie wkdowf, .

& Chemical. . the ability, to get along with On Monday 94 persons went to _---_ f YMi... oed a I jalousie door are among the Ital4-
::{
the other fellow is the most Important Lake Whitamore. This program is ..... ........................ 4I
U'N.'W.18th Ave.Florid. one; designed to teach swimming nota ....................... .: : .:... :, ......,.:.*?:}f wd features. offered m this welt-too.
long ride and ;:;:::::: siructed b ome.
picnic. Parentsare
& eavalq, Little league and junior base- a

.. ." ball is in action all over the state. asked to send children to the L!> :. f 1i''
The American.Legion Post 314 is lake to learn to swim. s

Each 'Wednesday Dr. Jenningsand r .

r Supervisor Shell will hold $1495
library and reading clinic. Games.

GOODEAR for 'correctIon of reading disabilities :: ,
are played and other reading t -: -4; 1

experiences are provided for small CASH PRICE
,
.
. 60thANNIVERSARY ( groups. .

Adult'EducationThe r:; ;..,'.';, ,. ,- < up to four years to Poy"I
adult education classes are I.. .I!
still in session and '-will contimu a M'- --- Name your own down payment tkij .:.

: through July 31. Enrollment is I Ui n& ,
a
continuous for these courses y ...
t r. ..
Summer staff members include .
Mrs Mable J. Lee and Mrs. B. J .
.... .L. .Dra w -+ uflteor
"
Lennon both are first grad ,
.; :
teachers during the regular tern: \ ill111
We're .:
with ,
celebrating at RJE. Rev. Franklin is'still enrolling ;.

persons for the class ir l' oosrr '" _
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fLOW PRICES! Moral The and class Spiritual in music,Foundations educatior ,' Tkis floor plan -- .J

; under open the for direction new community of O. R. Shelis chob] con be altered .,..tco. R auaDOlA Monthly I Payments 1 1



Our Three best sellers in Jenkins members.night:Elementary This from class 7 to every meets'10 p.Wednesday mt I({J to teed suit._year Hoop :. L Less Than Rents! t F1


'.V Come out 'and learn more about

the most popular size! music and the importance of tin e .
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choir in your church. Study to be I .f .( / .,... -- .,
We've s&irply! reduced prices on these three outstanding a "Minister of Music." .
: :
Goodyear Tires for our 60th Anniversary Sale) Dell Chapter No. 168 0. E. S. I -. ":..:..,,,, ; ;

On July 3 at 8 p. m. Worthy "" '." .
and with
Stop today SON ,jaftty -,
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Matron Janie S. Mitchell is ask-: ; ;
ing all members to. attend the rY' r'
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meeting "get on the square with
-iii .. your chapter" She has proclaimed ,

3'T Super-Cus J14RM a vacation for the summer as soon p., THE HOLIDAY" 'toaYr'Y

as all dues and obligations are .
s
Ntw low PrICe paid in full. Remember that'the J.7W Afee-bedrooa %&dGJ&oosts M-I

third quarter begins on July 1, .. ._ a .... ...... ..'. :=
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rs don't forget ESBA, get squared t choice. floor .-.... Larger rooms wd tkermmnicau. .....__ *

95 away today. of doe-floor firing have! mode _

--- Heroines of Jerico o east,pofmlar horse: Tins home feot- '

.,x urua.s, Court At the last meeting of Ruth :.MS-a sepomte dawg loom and a large i r ,
No. 18 a proposal to change
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,.d-- the'hour of the meeting was made fcwrf pordi for none spacious lirisg 1I-E I
". 11+M... by Most Ancient Matron Sophia \ / ,

Royal. AU members are asked to
: .", -- be present at the next meeting by

5 p. m. which will allow persons 2395 .

DELUXE 4 who work t6'get to the meeting on 1yy

time. Parents of Juveniles are
Super-Cushion asked to pay their endowment at _.
once fore this quarter.St. ,.I rtt: ...,... _' .. i -.-
Price .
low
New ,.. .
John's ,
Day was held at '\

.Pleasant Grove Methodist Church "-ot .p to bar JKOB to,pa?- .'11 ,4 ,,
95 :and was largely attended by members This floor plan coo be -
I and friends. A very fine Pro- "-e your 01 down payment! tlis "
6Jl1 tsw4IU''y gram was presented with Wor- --rr altered to Sour yoar v .

shipful Master Damon .Dell as 6 .> >:.. -'. -ee_ :-- ',..

principal speaker. f .. .......,. .1.1I.
Church .,
News '. ,
->t..h.
f .".. .
S# wq Mt. Pisfoh A. M. E. Church I. .... ,'' -:. ,
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Mt. Pisgah A. M..E. Church, .- .- > ....
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Rev: S. W. Richardson .(-'.. a. ..: .
pastor held '
[ ;t"
: NYLON regular service on Sunday starting .. rot> Fucrm BSOXHATJON wrcot: CALL COLLECT ''-. / > t.

with Sunday School ,_ ,
Supt. Anna '
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Deluxe .
Super-Cushion t'. ;
a, I Wright In charge. The baby con- -. : ,

__ Lowp.sl Pm! (nr test recently held at the church.. #

; $ sponsored Shaw was by very Sister successful.Mary The Lee i : .. ;; .

if?. W95 winners were little Linda Louisa I -1 < JIM WALTCORPORA .

1 Brown who reported $85.00 and .1-.
6Jl115.wi,. .
.&11......,.. Kim Cecilia Littles. $43.75. Each :. "- ; .
w-..' baby received valuable prizes.
.... ...=....I.. Parents and I r7
sponsors are deeply
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> grateful to all who .. to '. .
persons helped :"-... >
'Clttk low other sizes foot r
Nr
ow slots'on .
make this contest successful. This' > / .

r '; Turns ti low.is sly a week! was another effort to complete the .." i '
New Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. Church qf

Mary Helen White reporter. f ..A' 1' 0r ,
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church r -' j .

T4 GOODMAN'SSERVICE Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. '
Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will .I !

: hold Missionary Day on Sunday ,I'

STATION starting 10 a. m. with Supt.Sunday Irene Thomas School at in I '32S1*. WM Bower, Street* Jacksonville. Flo. Phoas EY. 7-Jlil.
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U. S. 301 South > -

....- STARKE, FLA.1"1 charge.mage of At the 11 Live a. Oak m. Rev.District Grim-will RFD. 2, Box 213-A PHONE FR 2-2587. -tGainesville INTERSECTION RT. 100 AND 17 AT THE "Y"

preach the missionary sermon. At
Fla. Palatka Fla.
'J. 5 p. m. a)musical program wi>2.bq .I. ,
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VTffITTTYTTYYYYTYYTYTYtisLAWTEY Mrs. C C. KirtSJnger Jr. and son zabeth Terry spent Friday and dren, Glenda, Barbara, Jim and Johnston. The Johnstons were en '

of the State Farm, and Terry Saturday with their' aunt, Mrs. Mike came this weekend from route from their home in Miamito

Johnson of Pensacola.Mrs. Rosa Jones and other relatives at their home in Tampa and .will Atlanta. Ga.
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WATCH FOR THOSE
i .. L. H. Harper and familyof Ormond Beach. make an extended visit with her Sunday dinner guests of Mr. EXTRA SPECIALS!

dj MM.Joyce T.:FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Kingsley Lake spent Friday Mr. ana Mrs. P.: L. Dinkins had sister, Mrs. Clarice Thompson and and Mrs. H. M. Richarde were .
with her mother, Mrs. Carl Pre- as guests' during the weekend Mr. children. Mrs. Annie. Norman Miss Jane

A A. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St. and Buck 3rd of ii to
vatt.Miss Mrs. R. S. Rosier of Lowell was, Richarde Lyle
Arthurine Blanchard of Augustine, and Mr.and Mrs. Hor-' at home with her daughters for Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Joe _
The Ladles Aid Society of the Jacksonville was the Saturday Cox of Jacksonville,
ace who are
Methodist Church met at the the weekend.Mrs. Hiett and two children. Cathy and r
overnight guest of her sister, Miss spending a few days at their cot-
home of Mrs. Effie Miner on Tuesday Raymond Secrest and,her Gordon of Nashville. Tenn.
Enza Blanchard. Mrs. J. B. Dye tage on Santa Fe Lake.' *
evening. After an interesting daughter. Miss Helen Secret of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon
of Kingsley Lake visited Miss and and
devotional by Miss Enza blanchardand Danny Freddy Griffin Hallendale visited Mrs. Clarice Charlotte Cannon and Mrs. Julia
Blanchard on Monday morning. Mrs. G. W. Durham of Jacksonville -
a by several ladies, Thompson on Saturday Hingson spent last week in Live
program :Mr. and :Mrs. L. W. Baldwin of dmner qtr
(Mrs. Miner served fruit punch and of were Sunday guestsof Steve Harden who has been in Oak with Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Hing- .. tr
Starke were Sunday guests Miss Elizabeth
cookies to the following guests; Terry, Wewahitcha for the past week son. While there they took a trip
Mrs. Reddish Mr. and Mrs. O. J. and
Mrs. Mary Reddish. Phillips
Mrs. A. H. Harley Mrs. U. W. came home Sunday accompaniedby in Mr. Hingson's new boat -from
went home with them to spend ,
Roberts, Mrs. R. E. Lee, Mrs. H. family were Friday night supper > a friend Charles Brogdon of Strosia's Landing to Salt Creek,
the weekend. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman '
C Kelly Mrs. Ed .Durban, Mrs. I .Wewahitcha who will be his guest where they spent the night and
Mrs. Mitchell Brown was the Phillips in Waldo.
Raymond Williams, and Mrs. L. until Thursday. returned the following day.
Futch. Friday luncheon guest of her Troy, Buster and Donald Bennett Miss Nancy Bates was named to Mrs. J. G. Caldwell was in Pen-

Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and children mother Mrs. Harley Higgmboth- of Titusville spent the week- i i the Dean's list at The Florida sacola from Tuesday until Sunday
end with their families
of Jacksonville spent last am in Baldwin.Mr. respective State University at Tallahassee. visiting SK-2 and Mrs. Joe Neal

week with her parents, 'Mr. and and Mrs. Ab Norman and here.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Belche and ,Little Joel Allen
Mrs. O. J. Anders. family of Highland visited Mr. B. Godwin on Friday eveningwere Belche. J. G. Caldwell will go
Mr.. and Mrs Charles Starling and Mrs. John Brown on :Sunday;> family the weekend of St.with Augustine Mrs. John spent Shu- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwinof there on Saturday and return STARKE MERCHANTS WILL STAGE A GALA

and children were guests of rela- afternoon ford and Dave. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Caldwell.
tives in Tampa over the weekend. Word was received here on Sat- Gecrge Shuford of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs.. Kenneth Normanand
Miss Frankie of
Wainwright
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson urday of the death of Howard Jacksonville is visiting her uncle Mr. and Mrs. Owen House haveas little daughter, Sandy, visit- SHOPPORTUNITY DAYS BARGAIN PARTY ON JULY 5
Miner in the Naval Air Station house this week, Mrs.
Gainesville visited guests
of
end sons and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Luther ed the J. G Caldwells on Monday
)Ira. Troy Bennett over the week- Hospital in Jacksonville. Deepest Hcuse's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. night.
sympathy is extended to his Hilliard. P. Bond of Lake Como. When they '
Mr. and Mrs' Frank Wells and Sunday dinner_guests of Mr.
end.Mr.. mother, Mrs. Effie Miner and other return to their home they will
and Mrs. Everitt Burney ot
daughter of Leesburg are spend- and Mrs. Oscar Crosby were Mr. DON'T MISS THE SHOWER
Jacksonville relatives. be> accompanied by little David ,
stopped by to see
ing sometime with Mrs. Wells I Ifew and Mrs. H.; B, Kelley and son,
Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp on Sun Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. House, who will visit them for a
mother, Mrs. Eftie Miner. Johnny of'Gainesville, and Mr.
day morning as they were en- 'O J. Phillips were Mrs. Ada Phillips days. ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and and Mrs. John Spence of Jack-
route from Jacksonville to Park and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips : Paul Capt. and Mrs. R, C. Ford of -
visited Mr and Mrs.
of Palms near Keystone Heights: and son, Bill of 'Miami, Mrs. sons Seaver in acksonville on Thurs- Warner Robins, Ga. came on Monday OF $$5 BillS
for a church meeting. ,J. S. Jones of Theressa Mr. and and were the guests of her .

Recent guests of Miss Elizabeth: I Mrs. Simeon Phillips and daugh- day.Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Moore had parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Murphy -

Terry and :Mrs. Joyce Futch were ter, and Miss Debbie Phillips of as guests during the weekend, Mr.. for the past week. On Sunday HIGHLAND I
)fro and Mrs. C. C. Kirtsinger Sr. of Palatka. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle Andrewsand another daughter and son- JIn
of Chattahoochee. and :Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Eh-! family' Wildwood. in-law. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller
and children of Jacksonville Uj Mrs. Lacy Nomua
., Miss Ellen Outlaw of Jackson- came

ville spent the weekend with her I and joined them and all of them .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .
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R. L. McCall. went to Germantown and enjoyed
grandfather, Mr.
AMAZING ALUE! The ladies of the First Baptist a family picnic dinner with still There was a good attendance at W

Church served a delicious'dinnerto another daughter and her family, I the Sunday School meeting and

Dr. E. J. Daniels, members of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Farmuth. fish I fry held here Thursday even
'
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Belche and
I his Evangelistic party, and other
ON THIS 10-P1ECE :ing.
guests on the old strawberry plat- Son; George and Fred returned addition to the regular $50 Cash Prizes, for Shop-
form last Thursday.Mrs. Sunday from their vacation which Carson Griffis and daughterwere

Mae Wells, Mrs. Martha they spent at Key West. Enroute in Jacksonville Thursday. portunity Day, there will be an extra "Shower of $5
SOFA BED LIVING ROOM GROUP home visited Mr and Mrs.
Bales and daughters, Misses Mar- they Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and
tie and Jackie, motored to Chatta- Seiche's mother, Mrs. Ola Belche, children of Green Cove Springswere I Bills" at 5 P.M., Saturday, July 5. Five $5 Bills will
hoochee on Sunday where they his sister Mrs. G. C. Cameron in I
M 1 were met by Mr. and Mrs.:J!;. B. Plant City and another sister, supper guests Saturday of be given away and each one will go to someone in the
Mrs. R. C. Haymens and her fam- the Lacey Normans.Mr. .
INCLUDING ,* e ; c4;.... Wells day of Mobile.together.Ala., and enjoyedthe \ ily in Arcadia. and Mrs. Floyd Norman and I crowd at the Shopportunity Party in front of Bulling

Eldon Davis of Savannah. Ga. is Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cooper visit- .son were in Glen St.:Mary Sunday.Rev. ton's on Call Street. Nothing to buy JUST BE

1-SOFA BY DAY M visiting his father.Perry Davis. ed Mr. and Mrs. Van Hall in Jacksonville George Chism of Moniac
Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Massey are on Sunday.Mr. THERE!
BED BY NIGHT 'T- *i spending his vacation with his and Mrs. A. J. Green and visited the Lacey Normans Sun- r

w mother Mrs. Wiley Massey, in children visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis day afternoon.
Go Where You WifOn/ The 4th Of July
Platform Rocker *. i Barwick, Ga. -Edward Lee is Knight in Ocala on Sunday. Their Mrs. Evelyn Mosley of Jackson-
"
Dale Knight, who had been
1 working I in his father's place at con ville the'weekend guest of
; was
,
1 l-occ. Chair the depot until his return. the; guest of Mr. and Mrs. Knightfor the Lacey Normans.Miss BUT CELEBRATE THE 5TH IN STARKE!
the past week, returned home
All For Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Markhamand
Only family of ,Gainesville visited with them. Little Susan Knight Debbie Phillips of Palatkawas
Starke Retail Merchants Association.
1-Blond Coffee Table Mrs Markham's parents, Mr. and came home with them and will here Sunday to attend Bible Sponsored by

Mrs. Dan W. Starling on Monday.P. visit with them this week. School meeting.
95 H. Day ,andyjohnny Roland ,Mr. and i Mrs. J.R. CadeU"jnd --- ----
2-Blond.Step,End TablesJ' of Cedar Key'are' visiting"Mr.and daughter.-Joyce of Kingsley Lake

Mrs. Herbert Priest. spent the day with his brother, TO
2-Table Lamps Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cadell on Sun-

"yyy ....... .. .. day.
Birth AnnouncementMr. NOTICE PUBLIC
2-Sofa Pillows. I
STATE FARM and Mrs. A. C. Belche and THE
Mr., and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell are
proudly announcing the birth of
!lr J. 0. Caldwell
By
a new grandson in Pensacola,

No Carrying ,ChargeYou & .. AAA&j. June'21. SK-2 and Mrs. Joe Neal ,
Belche are the parents and the

,Club MeetingThe little boy has been named Joel
Get The Best For Less At regular meeting of th e! Allen.

Home Demonstration Club W J; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McClellan .
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held in the club house on Tues' "
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of Palatka spent the weekend '. "
day afternoon. Mrs. J. B. GodwiIpresided. 1 with her parents Mr. and Mrs. :

in the absence of th e Mack A. Sweat.
president Mrs. A. C. Belche. Rou- Mrs. Walker Wood and little':
123 East PHONE '
tine business was transacted am 1 daughter, Vicky are spending this f
Call 80Starke Miss Dorothy Ross gave a lessor 1 weekend and next with her par-.

Street Ffa. in basket weaving. A day is to b e ents. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Clark.'
set for a work-shop in the nea r in Hialeah.

future when it is hoped that al I Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner had The Community State Bank of Starker

members can be present and complete as spend-the-night guests Friday

their baskets. her aunt and uncle and three

Mrs. J. R.-Jones and l\er, chil- children. Mr. and Mrs. W. J.



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PAGE TWELVE BB1DFQBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STABKE FLORIDJ THURSDAY,.JUNE 28. 1958

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YYYYYY..YYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 Loyree P. Hirtm CocomlseStarke. Miami Florida SRD No. 19S under said Section 2801 (114) 201 said survey North 10 degrees 4) minutes 09 seconds the east line of Section 16, at a point a radius of S729.578 feet, run thence

Situ No. Charles' R. Klein Edna Tawnseta S line beingiescriB as follows: f East 2706.49 feet to the begin- 264.02 feet southerly from the north- northeasterly along said curve through

Joseph Thomas CecomiscStarke. 1 Lawtey, Florida No. JZJ Address Unknown SRD In; _' Beginning on the west Jine.of SW>4of aiac of a"curve concave to the southeast east corner of said Section 16, a total central angle of 5 degrees 46

"1 PINE LEVELLAAAAAAAAJ Florida BUD No. 1 tR 130; 131 L .-' ltD 'UOflU St| 4 at Section 21, Township having a radius of 5729.578 feet Containing l.itfv acres more or less, minutes a distance of 676.67 feet to

Daisy Cox Mar Klein Michael 'l'OYhSe1ld if Irving' and 41 South, Range 22 East at a point run thence northeasterly along said exclusive ot existing road right of the end of said curve run thence

Route 2 j jZJ5 Lwey. Florida SRD No. 128; deceased, the Unknown heirs, 4evlseea 104.60 feet southerly from orthwest curve through an angle of 9 degrees way. North 10 degrees 49 minutes 09' seoBnT6

-wW I.34.&I '13';1S1 'aDdtaretber ctatmaatsMlchatl [wner tit SW% "ot SE% ol MId "- M Tnmntes 33 stssmos a otstance 61 .;WKED VP. TJaTBy T3X "End Tier | IHSt TmtJ Teet TO the eITa-

.4, Mrs.IL U' Charles E Knight under-sai4" tin :21,'run th nee. North 16 degrees 915.97 feet to the east line of said husband Raleigh Cox, John D. Diggs nlng of a curve concave to the easter.y -
c Route feet south- and his wile Christener L. having a radius of nZUi18 feet
Raleigh Cox 2 Townsend 15 minutes'09 seconds East 1302.29 Section 16 at a point 264.02 Diggs, .
.............. Rwit* -S ", GaW.J RD 41.99: 'Addr.M .Uakaewa c SRD'UXi; reeVTun thence-North imegrees wlyfronv the nortfteast corner nf rtnta"t.'t1anttte'r ana tar'btlSbanU run thence-TioTrhasteT7y aluhfe'-Said

Starke, Florida No. 54-R I 234. no; 131tarko minutes OS seconds East .!ll"i feet said Section 16, Kizia Chandler, 'Alice Z. Hamilton and curve through an -angle of 9 degrees
;, W.'E. Hall filled Tegu IR Tn I S nTtt Haul W&O K to the north line "ot 'said Section 21, Containing 0.06 acres more or less, her husoand Howard Hamilton William 09 minutes 35 seconds a distance of
.. B. b 2 f ; Fl*. 'BRD 15J-K; it a point-1373.87 feet Westerly from exclusive of existing road right of D. Dim and bin 'wlfe Minie L. 915.97 feet to the east line of Section

appointment at Pe Level Ben Davenport florid SRD No.W;: Zit? 307; 3"88tark the Bortheast comer, of said -Section way. -" Diggs. Daisy U. Davenport and her 16, at a point 264.02 feet southerly
; "Chuffch jnmotida'Attea: ** GalnevtU. J. E. Wall -t 21 OWNED BY: Elizabeth Noegel and husuand Ben Davenport Annie Belle trom the northeast corner of saidLectiOli
Baptist 234 Containing Q.552 'acres more or
dhr Miiml, Florida SRO. No. lIlt: Ester ;E. _Kurtra- Florida SHD. liS.H; less .exclusive of existing ,road right, her husband W. H. "Nofegel. Gene tubb and her hofeBand'Charlie Stubb. Ii.Containing. _

and evening. We ire zj* Valrico. Florida SRD No. ill; i S 2(4; S07. ; sos of way. Noegei'and his wife Connie 'oe&l'l *H1 Mo. S7-R B..b&.r Way 0.137 acres more or less

port that Mrs. is improving DaIlY 1 Davenport 138 J, Waters S OWNED BY: Anthony C. "Cerraen-' SKI ->.. 4S-R 45-.a. **; 44; S17 That part of: exclusive of Existing read right of
= H 3431 Avenue Lawtey. Fla. SltD.ld: The north 100 of
way.
feet the following
Henry J. Kucera ; aro and his wife Lorena Bight .f Way
after a very ,serious Illness. She Miami. Florida SRD No. 'hi; VaTrlco. Florida SRD No. !0SZ07: ; 291 BD .>.1.o.s'i; M, 2* ]Uh&tf Cermenaro.Way That:part1 of: described piece or parcel of land to- OWNED BY: Loyree P., Ilattfcan

Is now at the home of her son- Ii 1 1 Loss.A.-'Watege .5 -That part of: Beginning- the intersection of the wit: From the intersection of south Cocomise and her husband Joseph

Rev. and Christener L Diggs Clara If. Lane Lawrey, Fia. BRD 17f; E% of Block 1 South Range S 2 westerly right of way line of 'State edge of SE>4 of NKU of Section 46, Thomas Cocenatee. S
and
in-law daughter
2 ,
Route Florida. SRD Ko. 53 1623 East .Georgia Avenue / S S ZOS; ZQZ91aThIe West, being all of sacn Block lying Road 200 'and 'the north line -of SB 14 Township 11 South 'Han e 22 East. SlID 'Hie:, 'Ie. JUrhi.f. Way
; Weaver-
Mrs. J. E. Murrhee at Hillard. Starke. Florida C.' tf Section 16 Township 6 with the west edge of the right of That part 'of: .
SRD No. 17&-KV East of State.Road of 'SE% .
64-K 2S* DeLnd. 200 (U. S. .
a. . *i : 20 Sooth .FrakIymStreetAllentown .' 301) .
of State No. NEVi Of SKV4 of Js'EVi {west tf
13
thence Highway
ZOI-K also the"E Block South Range 22 .East. run way .thence
; of.
% 2
'David South of
..p Mr. and Mrs. Robert":1O"ad 'John Route 'I ,Digs J. A.-Lane .. ., Pennsylvania SrU Kxnge West being all of such Block southerly alonk.the westerly right of rUn northeast along the bald west State Koad 200) of Section 18. Towvship'
'4children of Olusfee, :and Starke, FTortda- SRD-NO.' : In! East Georgia hue ; -5-Miles 3 S 11&.R: US : U9 : 270 lying east-of State Road 200 (U.' S. way''line c.t tii i State Road ZOO fora edge *f said highway 2* teet for a South, Range 22 feast hCEP .
W. ,Weaver.2Q _
Florida No. 175'ltt feet the northeast pm&t of beginning thence north Beginning' at northwest corner ofSE4
distance of 401 to run
Mcfca'e ret iri S* R: ZU DeLnd 301), of Simon J. Temple Subdivision
J. W. 4eta v Seuth
Mrs. Franklya Street
MlnIelDigg. \ 20*-** SRI of lands .a.t 'remple's'Mills corner of te' lands described in Deed easterly along gain west edge of said of NEVi of Section 11 Township

two week vatoi.lrId Mrs.McRae U9'J.! ; John 'ManarI'n. All, "town. Pennsylvania ) recorded in Deed Book Cat: as ref plat 424 Book 89 at page 205 et seq. thereof rX rightof way of 'said highway a distance -.,,6 south. Range ,22 East turning thence
5 5 -4l'$-R 22J IU 270 page
spent trtjj-lat Miami l3.outhDlxmrMrf 64-K; Evelyn ; ; ; thereof of the current public records the current public records of Bradford of %6t.i fret thence run westerly east tOLl feet wore or less'for point

.. mostorttI' z35 Starke,'. Florida !RD No. 99 Rotate 1 N. Wkelan of '" radford County Florida EX- County Florida- thence run in & and parallel with the south edge of of beginning, thence run 264.1 feet

Sottr A e nt. "wrmam tx Tirrt ,. I .Mable .Magyarl .st 5 CElT.tfce"-following described, west l'ly' direction at right angles to said SUVi of NE a distance of 215.5 east to west line of State Road No
Uiwter-FtL .I arce1
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:: 'Whiter, ,143. 1-2 &nIU'iDtte I oute 2 Ab er ..nU thereof to-wit: said State Road 200 (and along tha feet to a stake, thence run'southerly a 13 (Now U. S Hfgbway 301) : thence
.Tarbrough Individually
M. ad M Hhwati' -3tarke,<.FlorMa SRD No., SO S liae hands described distance of 260 feet stake in a southerly direction following tie
brotlier. Wtteeler > $3, FloIda SfD ;I 3 8 Guardian for 'Edna Yarbroug S Commence at the centerline of Canter northerly cf the to a thence
anc| -, : "233zgat. Angelo Melt at Incompetent Street where it intersects 'center In Aid Deed Book .30 at page 205 et easterly to the point of beginning a west line of 'said highway 111.7 fret
-\ The Taylors Vent won mrQtky Route 8 _. i ? person and an extension of said line distance of 261.7 feet all lying and thence west 232. feet thence North
; family. Jto ; Lawtey, Flu. SRI 147 line of S. A. L. Railway, West track seq. _
Tennessee \Ftiere'tHey"visited 1v.s. CJ.. JL. JtradIee19.P.IIt RIdle Stab, ,- Florida- SRD No. his; Edna TarbTOUffh, Incompetent i an initial point for survey of Simon westerly), for a distance of 945.57 being in the said SUK of NE, of 3U feet to point of beginning lyingwest'of -

.. 5nd- Street '.' .__ and Mrs. ? tad frJhily. New Tort 17, New Tort RD.Mo. Mary Lawtey, Fla., SKi 147 degrees West akmg'centerine bf Center feet easterly (measured along the ALSO ; A parcel of land lying in the line of state Road 200, Section 2801
174FritbLe Ro.te 8 r: f said line ot the SUU of NKU of Section 16 Township (lit) 201.'said survey line being described
:; Mr. adtths,1I > Florida S"., N. TarbronghRtmte Street 974 feet to east right of course of ), westerly _
Starke SRD No. 105{ 1 ; way-line of State' Road No. ZOO boundary of NEVi of SW>4 of SE 14 6 South, Range 22 East in Bradford a, follows; '

Robert's taMts 'a Me.'G. on e/o J. L. ParaQIse I Reatha D. Mercer 252 Lawtey. Fla. SRD 172; thenee South 18 degrees West along" of said Section, Township and Range. County, Fla., and being more 'Beginning on the south line of Section

their home. 110 Eat Und Street t. i -S 5 201i' "O'l' Z1IlYork' said East right cf line of State ran Thence' in a northerly direction particularly described as follows: .16. Township 6 South, Range 22 _____
way
Address Uakaewa SRD No. 128 way
.. New Yr iT. Mew .Tork 8R0 -.' iso isi; Ifaanractnirlng. and Building Rtmd No. 200, 934 feet for Point of and parallel to said westerly bound I Commence at the intersection of the East at a point 13T3.t7 feet westerly
Mrs. 'John S&ulfe ani \ Stanle-' "Miller- : C rporatlono Beginning 'hence continue South '18 ary'of said NE% of SW% of SEft ;i easterly right of way tine of State from the. southeast corner ofeaid
rdW- .nlb.e '. R. Cart Harris distance of 90.57 feet tothe toad 200 and the Section IS. run thence North 18 degreeS

::., Mildred to! tittsbforgh Route' 2Starke. / degrees West along said East right for a guuthecJy boundaryof
a unknow SRD No. 128; Florida SRD No. is: 1347 Roosevelt Avenue S bf way line ot State Road %00, 386 northerly boundary ,of said NKVi of aforesaid SE>4 of NE% for pointof 35'minute* C9 secondsEast _
: Saturday morning and 130; 131 Orlando.Fla. SRD 40-H: feet thence' South SWVi of SEVi, run thence in aDasterIy beginnlngland run thence easterly 1111.34 feet te jthe beemntae, efa
a U1SEOYa:1 72 East
degrees
4 'e1041 L
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D. zTVVb1. .v4 J.i. : ; 42; 43-K; 44; 317 direction along the northerly along said southerly boundary distance curve concave to the westerly having
Visitors ct thfe H. \ 245 feet thence North.18 East a _
1.'k s m I365jp6rt. s Street (14).11' !AI ,. 'I 336 feet, thence North 72 degrees boundary of Said NE>4 of SW% of Of 242 'feet to the southeasterly a radius of 5729.$78 feet run thence

Hark and Otrry MRe "Leta *M. nJ..n anD No..112 National Lead Corporation O'NT' SECTION t8ei-J STATE ROAD 200 West to ast right of way line degrees'of S&U and continuing along the northerly corner Of parcel of land conveyed northeasterly,along 'saId curve through _

Jacksonville spent last 1 2365 Forbes Street c/o McCarthy Crenshaw BRADFORD COUNTY. DESCRIPTIONS State Read No. Ol'a distance of 345 boundary said SE4 'Of SE14 by Lissie L. Clark and her husband, a total central angle of 5 degrees 46mmutes
for distance of 1017.7 feet more or H. N. Clark and Foy Clark to u distance of 576:67 feet to
a single
512 Karnett National Bank Building feet to lint of beginning and _
Jacksonville Fla. 8RD No. 132 containing -
their ganaent the H, !M.Mc-. Le nIaflintoi, Florida SRI 187 SEll No. 18 Right ef Way 2.53 acres and lying In Jlock less to the point of Beginning. EXCEPTING Elizabeth Crews, by Warranty Deed the end of said curve run UieTOe
cue lacksonvle. That part< of: 'therefrom any portion dated hay 52m.I. 1511 Ain ..nwt..A North II degree -4 1 jrrtnate* 09 "see.-
home S 3. South '
Raes. 6ari-i and Range 1' and 2 u -'
'L' Noege (ii A parcel bf .laud'in the NW% : West. IeedBoo-t z'i3: )ndg East 706.45 feet
to the
; FiorUa. 'SRD No. "71'nrth Starke, Fla SRD 41 Simon J. Temples --Subdivision and thereof lying Within the' right of way 75, page et seq. begin-
day with Mr. andMrs. T N. Kor-'i[ Starke (.f SE% of..SectloB Township 6 Public Records I ling bf concave to the
.k Este W. H. ? '-* bStarke.F1. 21. < lying in SW% of NE i of Section 21. DC 6 graded road lying long the of Bradford County a curve easter
man andOera1d. \ ROute'l I.. 'SKI 41 SOuth Range 22 East, containing Township 6 SoHth Range 22 East northerly boundary of above described Florida; run thence in northerly I I ly. having Tadtas of ST29.S78 t.
ir- IS6 cres. la the City of Starke. u direction'along the run thence northeasterly along said
Lawtey Florida SRD No. 137: Connie Koegel H recorded in the current Public' Re. lands. easterly boundary
.
Mr. and Mrs Aaron Pouts of IW Starkest*. SRD 41 Bradford County Florida; and beIng .cords of Bradford County Florida "lying westof and "within55 fett of of last aforesaid parcel a distance of curve through an 'angle of 9 degrees
Lakeland Wednfcshay night 1 OcOrre'J.EstesRoute.- r 1' lane N.. ei H 4Starke,14 more particularly described as ALSO EXCEPT ', the survey line of State Road 200 19 feet more 01' less to the south- BS taiinntes 35 'seconds a distance If

spent' i .1 ..' S RD n follows: For point of reference commence -, A parcel of land; lying In'' Block 1 Section '2801- (114) 201, saM survey easterly corner of a parcel of land 915.97 feet to the east Une of Section

: of last week with the H. H 11 j Lawtey. r Florida- SRD No 137: Albert Norman .- at the northwest corner of' South, Range 2 West of Simon ,I. line -being described as follows: conveyed by -party of first part to 16 at 'a poInt '264.02 feet southerly

.. family. \ ... 13SGert7fld&.unie Route Iry r it sald.NW, % of SEK of aforesaid; Temple's Subdivision Beginning on the south line of Section Howard Crews by Warranty Deed from the northeast corner of said
Lawtey, ffki t 'SKD 185 section 21. and fUh thence south 1 thereof' recorded in Deed as. per Book plat C 16, .Township 6 South. Range 22 dated December 18, 19 3. and recorded Section (,

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner of Lawtey Florida SRD No. J75K: Maybelle Notma degree and. 17 minutes west along Page 424 ef the Public Records -Of; East at a potat 1873.87 feet westerly in Deed Book SO, Page 437, ,.etBea. Containing D.1'09 acres more or less

Starke Z05-K Route lv.4 -iLawtey. : the ,Westerly boundary, thereof a distance Bradford County Florida trom the Southeast corner of said Public Records of Bradford I bxclusive of existing road right fwaif.
:, were recent visitors of Mr. J. .>Uj W 8RD 185 of 3)7 feet the.centerline: cf more and being Section 16, run thence North II degrees County. Florida; run thence in a S "

0 and Mrs. W. C. Conner. Lwtey H Eul.e, SRD No. 175-R: Bradley :Norton. '' : a ditch for a ppint 'of beginning. : particularly described as follows .- 35 minutes 09 seconds East westerly direction along the southerly .Om"ED BY: Charles E. Knight

.4. %05-1 Lawtey, FfiL ,; Rb 175-tt: I From point of beginning thus described Commence'at the intersection 1111.34 tttt to'the beginnnig-of a boundary of last aforesaid parcel a 1 Hid hW wife Sarah Knight

Miss Goldie Thomas anfl'bftth- : yW 205-K I continue South 1 degree and easterly boundary of the of the curve concave to the westerly having distance of 232.8 feet, more or less, OCCUPIED BY. J. O. 8ecfc fend lib

< er, Dwight were recent Trf VncYI'tun'c PRO No. 16,: Selma ife-JJorton 9 17 minutes west'along said westerly of State Road 200 'and the right of way a radius-of 5T2J.5T8 teet run thence to the easterly right of way line of 'wife Bertha L Beck.

Miss Yvonne \lt .' rtS-R: 205-R: Z68 Lawtey, FU. SRO 175-K: boundary.a dista.nee.of. 435: feet .to boundary of the right of southerly northeasterly Along fcaM curve through State Road 200 ; run thence in a SKD NO. 11 'RIght Of Way
of Mar
Lewis, J,_:':.Euliice.Jr. tf.-i 205-K! tea Iron stake's Mm thence South 85 Let Road formerly! Center way a total central angle of 5 degrees 46 southerly direction a10ng said Easterly Thai part of; ,

0, Mrs. L. A. Crosbyjuifl %a.vti Uvtey. Florida SRD No. 169: Paul ParkerStarke. degrees and 29 minutes east a distance point of beginning 'From Street for minutes a distance of 576.67 feet to right of way line a rJsrtance of 117.5 Commence at a point'o( 50 felt
', .. 175-R; 205-R; Z6SelffMt F4a. v.s SKD *ZH12 of-144. 27 feet'to-an iron stake thus ; point of beginnIng the end of :said curve," run' thence feet to point of beginning, EXCEPT, 'east of .centerlme of Slate Road No..

ter, Joice and Miss 'Mc .EufiJce PrederickL4 PlJatiaD en the westerly boundary of the right sri direction described run in a sonth- North '10 degrees 49 minute 69 .seconds a parcel of land lying in southeast'206 and a point 2-3 feet south of cefl.ter'llne .

'. Schultz made a trip Lawtey, Florida SRD No. 175-K: Ada ri5tretHollywooS 'dKD\1 183-K' of way of State Road No. %00, also boundary? of the along right aforesaid of of easterly State East 2706.49 feet to the beginning quarter (SE,) of northeast quarter of County graded road. said
t :dde- yj* thence way the southeast (NUK of Section point being the northwest corner 6fL
Z05.1 known VB Temple Avenue; run Road 200 ot a 'curve' concave to- ) Sixteen (16),
Elisha Pr s ott 'distance Of hundred ,
burgh Monday. Farmers Home Administration \ 180 North 17 degrees and 26 minutes one baring a; radius 'ol 6729.578 feet Township Six (6) South, Range t 7 ef Rkbfieid's Subdivision in
c/o William T. Shaddick Highland ,!. BRD east along last aforesaid westerly twenty-live (125) feet to a concrete ma thence northeasterly aloag'said Twenty-two (22) East in Bradford SW tf SW14 and SE>4 of SW i f

., M. and Mr.PaUf./ ClaeW.Florida SRO 't 154; Ella Highland.Prescptt_F4a .5KD 180, boundary, a distance three hundred monument direction and; run -thence In an easterly curve through aa angle Of 9 .degrees County, Florida, and being more Section 10, Township 6 South, Rane
iss ZMI parallel to 'aforesaid '
.
sonville 'visited H. : M. L. Present '. S eighty feet to the centerline of afore 09 minutes 35 seconds a 'tlstance of particularly described as follows: 22 East aa recorded in Plat Book Z,
M. 'a Mrs.' i First Federal SalngSan4r Lan 'Routel saM ditch. ran thence North 71 degrees southerly Marktt boundary of the right Of 91&.97 feet to the east line of said Commence at the' intersection of the Page 7 Of. Bradford County records

:: Lewis Bfcnky 'tue1..ot SRD No... .ZS r.awtev. Fl*> 4 fcKU tilt 18 seconds West along said wayof Street, -distance Road of, formerly 125 Center I Sectiun 16 "at a point %61.0% feet easterly right of way line of SR 200 run southerly along east right of way
: feet
.ne. GalnevDe, ForId" .1U1. Viola Prescett ;, ..4Iteh, eeHtertlne, a flistance of 261.6feet toa southerly from the northeast corner and the southerly boundary of aforesaid liRe of State Road No. 200, 60 feet
.. concrete monument thence in
... --_ f- 10 1 Route 1 to point,of beginning, and northerly direction; run a Of alLfd' Section 16 southeast quarter (SEU of for point of beginning thence south
4 M ill* ) Trask, Street. I FJcw 'SRD 184 Srawtey. C2A parcel of bind In the NW" aforesaid eastern and parallel 4 to Containing 0.192 acres more or northeast quarter (NE%)' and run 68 degrees 30 minutes east lOJl.t
boundary distanceof
THE SRD ,N.. In 1 1II R. L. Pre cott of,-SEtt of Section ZI, Township 6 125 feet to less 'exclusive of existing road rightof thence in a northerly direction along feet to west right of way line of E.
BIGHT POINT tat. tlilmy &:IOlla'- ]Lawtey, Fla-. riuvr.wf SKD 17Rayonler. Sooth, Range 22 East in the City ol on aforesaid -concrete monument \"." saId'easterly right of way line a distance A. L. Ry., thence South 18 degrees }5

Trask Street ] .JRCO1t tate Stark, Bradford: Coocty Florida rua thence in southerly boundary; OWNED BY: York Manufacturing' of one hundred seventeen and minutes west along said west right
31.South a *". US I I fin Corpoitlo Tmtt CMnpany and being more particularly described a westerly direction! and Building Corporation and/ r Albert five tenths feet to the southerly boundary of way line tt S. A. L.:Railway 43 M>

: yt* icttte. E Comi ii' tfa Ik )lor'othy, t ,.tD I HOg Consolidated BulldlhtrJacksonville. as foltows: For bint. ot reference" along distance said of 12S southerly feet to point boundary of ,beginning a F. Garner and his wife Nellie P. of a parcel of land recorded InDeed feet thence Xoith 68 degrees 30 milt-

j.4dreei Unknown SRD.Mo.. lU: Fla. SRD 121 K:. commence at.the nortiwestcorner Uar&er. Book 80. Page 437 et seq.. Public utes West to East right of way line
130; 131 200-R; 253; 279 of said WW'iof SEH ol S 'lying,east of and, within SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recordedin Records of said County ; run of StateRoad N'. 30& 4118.8 fee*.
60 "feet
. lect your favorite ESTERBEOOK ,,lbert F. Garner Wilma Rivers aforesaid Section .21 and run thence the line f State Road ef AAik 6 at'page 339 ; and mortgage thence in an easterly direction along thence northerly along Sara East
survey 200
: :tarke Florida SRD "b.l;'O.Hz 'Address Unknown Situ IZS; South 1 decree and 17 minutes West Section 2801. (lit said recorded In BOOK 6 at page Ii held bald southerly boundary a distanceof right of way line of State Reid

42;. 43-R; U; 317rellle 130; 131 atone the Westerly boundary a. distance Cae"l>etbe< described) 201. follows survey By the 'Atlantic National Bank of forty-eight (48) feet to a point No. i9O, flU feet to point of beginning -

N P. Garner 1 R. E. Reddish of 832 feet to point of begin : Jacksonville, and Mortgage recorded eighty-one (81) feet easterly of the ,

... Fountain Pen. .GRH, S:taTkm, Florida r_ PRO No,4.1: J Route. ning; from point of. ..begtaetag of Beginning SE Of on the west line of SW%' in'Muok'37 t.t-pete Iii m (aver of centerline of State Road 200. for Pointof lying easterly of and within IfS
% Section 21
1 t2; U1 J Uwtey, Fla SRD 114; thus-.described run South 85 Township 6South"Ranre Homer H. Jones ana his wife Minnie Beginning. From point of beginning feet of the suvey line of State RoaM
-T ity Sue Ganit.awtey 155; zsrbg degrees and 29 minutes. East a' distance 22 East at a point 4 0 d.' o les. thus described continue In an 200. Section 2801 UN tot, said

.. !. The Circuit Court Of The Klcfcth Ir Florida SRD No. ZSZ 1 Rthel D. Reddish 1 f 144.27 feet to ON .westerly feet veutheriy, from the northwestcorner SKD No.i55 Right of Way easterly direction along said southerly survey line being described as follow;

Judicial .Oa V'. ". J Rf-.teI t. > boundary of the right ot way of State of SWVi of SEV4 of said Section That pat't.ot; boundary a distance of thirty-eight Beginning on the south line of Section

Hradfa .FI._.Ad.r 1 ktey,. Florida SRD No. 292t. ,Lawtey Fla. : SRD 114: Road No. 200,1 alao- knOwn a* ZTempte) I l-"roD -thence North 16 degrees Sft ot NEft' of SEU. all in SectionIt'iownshipS (38) feet to a point one hundred nineteen 10, Township I Booth, Kutge 22

. le.___ >' t. L. Green '$5; 258; 259 Avenue thence South degrees Ii taimrtes .9 seconds East 1302.29: South, Range 22 East (HI) feet .easterly of aforesaid East at a point 110.13 feet easterly
II,7 East Columbus Avenue Betty Register Mid S 26; minutes run West along.4saidwesterly feet.-run theace North 16 degrees -35, ail of said tractor land lying east of centerline ; run thence in a southerly from the southwest corner of said

STAT ROAD' DEPART-1 I>k.caix. ..rtMD SRD !.I'l-H Slarke. Fla. SRI 33 onundary distance of 71 totentes09seconds'East 2999.08 feet the PublicRoad.lj1ng direction and parallel to said center- Section Id said point being on the
asj Frt Register to the aorth line ofsaM
FLORIDA mn Jr. feet thence onth tS degrees 23 Section 2 1,1 east"of and within fiS feet of line a distance of thirty-eight (38) arc *f a turv concave to the Southeasterly -
Agency of the Starke, Fla. SRI 43 : run at point 1373.87feet
-State' oft ) s. J. qrecn XvenueBO Alice Register -.. minutes west a drttaa "itt (tIefeet!: a westerly from, the''Uuerune of toe taet lana of feet to a 7efllt;" un thence in a westerly having a radius of 5729.5)3
I ) the northeast of said Section
i7 Coiumtms corner fetat Wad .2 0, Section 4801 (114) direction and parallel to aforesaid feet thence from a tangent bearing
rainuteswest.a.distanceofciS7Tfeet -
.
17
e _-and ._ ,Starke Fla Situ S4.1 run. thence North 22 .degrees 21 'Containing324' '
) > !ntx. AMtoBa SRD NO. ITS-it; ; Acres more orlesa'eZcluMeof' 201 .and \\elc..ot.and ro.the'east et i southerly boundary 'distanceof of North 22 degrees 61 to&Hites *' BRADFORD COUNTY .. ,lIf J f ; ;jun a
.
a) ; < : xfttngroad'right '
r" seconds East
ZUf.H ol
tine e- thence
.
Political Subdivision of ) NUTICJS! 4.A Green Freeman Register, 8r. thence South 85 degrees 29 minutes of way. tsting road right bf way PI thirty-eight (38) feet to a point; run 'northeasterly
the feet to point sent State Kond UO, said centerline run thence in a northerly direction along said curve through an angle of
State 3.
of Fla. 9f distance of n.
nerldaF) j E iojrte 1.aWteyFIord& Starke SRD East** OWNED Bt: Harold T. Thornton '
fuU descriued as toilows: and parallel to aforesad. centerline a 1 degree 58 minutes 52 seconds 'a
172 II 91 of' ueing
) SRD No. ; beginning. and his wife Elsie .Thornton.
Pettioners. ) Green Tsabel E. Sacco S flying west of and within SO feet! of SUBJECT TO Commencing on the south line of Section distance of thh'ty- 'ght (38) feet to distance 198.11 fretto the end (1f said
lanile : Mortgage recordedin 1i, Township 6 South Kaage 22Jast Point of BeginnIng .(1) lying easterly curve run thence North 24 degrees
I. E WALL. .t al. ) lojjte 1" Route 1 *t s : the. survey line .of State Road 260 Book 26 at page 404 in favor .fRay
Defendants. at a point 1373.si teet westerly of and within 113 feet and (2) lying 49 minutes 27 seconds East 911."
S ) ..ate7riorid : SRD No. 172IlWred Lawtey. Fla. SRD 170; 171 Section 8801 (114) 261. said survey Strong, also : James R..
Greene Mary Sscco line being described as follows: Strung 'and ktrownCcg from'the southeast: oraer said section westerly of and within 65 feet of the feet to the begInning of a cwtvt c
NOTICE. OF fe.MLNE.NTFKOCKKDISGi nO\I ttaknown SRD No.I tiddress hI: '8S37 88th Street Beginning en the West Hne.f SWtf! Book 41. at age mortgage 144 recorded in favor .of in W,' run thence Settth 73 degrees 24 survey line of State Road 240 Section cave to the westerly having a radius
*. minutes 51 seconds East 21 feet to 2801 (114) 201 said line cf 5729.578 feet run thence north
.
130; 131 Woodhaven. t ot SEK Of .Section 21, Township ,( Cornelias Schoil his wife survey
Ia Tit* Same AM fay The Aattp ('arsMh GriffisIlghland. Long Island New York SKD 170; South, Range 22 East at- a point 1. &4oU. and Gladys the total of Beginning (f centerlineof being described as follows; easterly along said curve through *a

Of The Stute Of Florida Florida SRD No. 1SZ-K 171 104.60 feet Southerly from the northwest SRD Xo. U JUa-ht.1 right lane ot said Mate Road 200, Beginning on the south line of Section total central angle of 14 degrees H

o TO ALL WHOM IT MAT ( ". lasel Griffis Albert Sappenfleld corner of SWU of SEVi of said That Way sa1. point being the beguitn&g of a. 16, Township 6 South Range 22 minutes 19 seconds a distance Of

.. CERN, AND to all persons and H llghland Florida SRD No. 182-K Lawtey Fla. SRD 156; 157 Section 21. run thence North 16 tie > part'-efr. curve concave to the southeasterly East at a point 1373.87 feet westerly 147.4 feet' to the end of said curre,
a in
,1 |re northeast
< square cornerof
parte having or claiming any r. F. ., ,. .. M' jy.-appent1el4 o. 15 minutes 09 seconds East having a radius of 11,459.16 feet, run from the southeast corner of said run thence North 10 degrees 08 mia
_. ,. title Interest. estate, mortgage Gr PlC. NO' IVI.K Uwtey.JFl*,\ .." BRD 156: 157 grees feet run thence North 16 degrees Wfc of. Block' 1 South of Raage thence northeasterly along said curve Section 16, run thence North 16 degrees uls 08 seconds East 2829.80 feet to
nla 1302.29 2 WestSimon 'Subdivision
or other lien to or on those Corneiiiw JScnoll *** 09 seconds East ; J. Temple's through a total central aagie of 3 degrees 35 minutes 09 seconds East the beginning of a curve concave
certain parcels of land hereinafterdescribed r rda & irt. Staike. Fla 'to" SlID 27: 28; 29OUdyB 35 minutes' north line of said 'r lands at Temple's Mills in NWU 50. minutes a distance of 766.67 1111.34 feet to the beginning ef A the southeast having 11. radius 'if

I"'. and the following persons ; StMi & SK NO., lt k-'choll Sir.iStarke 2999.08 feet to the 1373.87 feet* of NE% of Section 21, Township II feet 'to the EM' of 'said curve, run curve concave to the westerly having 572S/578 feet run thence northeasterly -

together with all unknown nO.Hha a'4ar SRD Z1i; 28; 29 Section 21. at a point northeast corner South Range 22 .East, as per map or I thenc' "brth I.degrees Zi minutes a radius of 5729.578 feet run thence along said curve through an angleof

persons claiming by. through or under it. S. ,.,feruWfS I \0..- v westerly from the f plaMaereof recorded & Deed Book. 'Cat 69 econda East &.'0 feet to the be northeasterly along said curve througha 1 degree 30 minutes 32 seconds'
known persons who are dead t.t iB No\"ia" > ,South lEasrirt Avenue. of aId Section 21, less page 424 thereof ofthe public records -! ginning 01 'a turve concave to the total central angle of 5 degrees 46 distance of 150.90 feet to the north
.. or who are not known to be dead ei Gainesville;;.*,. \ SRD (0; 194!: Containing 0.178 acres more or ol of Bradford County, Florida. westerly having a radius of i7!.". minutes a distance of 576.67 feet to tine of said section 10 at apoint
b, or alive: 85i8( 27 288; 289; ZStlShAid I exclusive of existing road right lying wet of fend within Sofeet of
? ; 1690.1J
J. W. Gr.lll"U t? !. teat, run .thence northeaiierly along the end of said curve.. run theftiee feet easterly from the northwest -
.. 2S01-2M STAT ROAD jg. n STv way. the survey line of State Road 200, '
.. nMJO tarke.llae said'curve tnfcugn a total central North 10 d"grees.49 minutes '09 fcec- corner of said Section 10,
.trlil fli te5 St.rVs...KU KH.O 89 OWNED BY: Kayo Investmtnl 1 1lim
\DFOnD COtJVTV NAMES Section ?60l (114) 201, said survey
iaw 4red .' sh'adci4 angle ot 9'degrees S6 inmates a uis- onds East 2706.49 feet to the begin Containing0,440 acres more or less
M AND AIIDKESSES Starite ; No. n 4 ompany. being described'as follows: lI'U.1I11 feet to the end of said of to theeaster exclusive Of existing road tight of
lt& lance of ning a carve concave .
Acme United Life Insurance Co. Route 2 ., No. Z5-B Right ef Way '
;; tStarke i 3RD Beginning on the west line "of SW4 rlln"
loaeph said cent :
end'ol
Way
8 curve and ly having a radius of 5729.578 feet,
c/o J. Edwin Larson Fla. SKD 89E. rhat part of: ,of S of Section 21, Township 6
.. 13355 ) tt3o1 i.- L Cf thence Cora purpot\ot reference run run thence northeasterly alone said OWNED BY: Raymond Howe and
State Insurance .T..l centerline
Commissioner S. SirrerstMn at the
kewood < ,.: (1) Commence South, Range 22 East at a point his
', 1. 10 minute wife Marion Howe.
The Capitol 1255 Marseille DriveMiami where it InterseCtSeeterIine thence North n degrees I curve through an angle of degrees
97Tosephine. I Center Street lU.6I feet southerly trom' the northwest '- '
Talahasee, Florida SRD NQ 156: .A. GumbetjI3J55 S Beach, .. SRD 110-R; 294 4 of $. .A. L. Railway. west corner of SW4 of S&tt ef wild el seconds West 64 feet to the survey ,09 mInutes 36 seeon'.e a distance ol SliD Ko. 78 KItht el Way
157 Tbelma PfSimbn tine 'f said State Rbad 200 rua 915.97 feet to the east line Of Section That part of: .
&>J Madison AyeHul "f. Simpson 1:ra k, an initial paint for survey Section 21, run thence North 1$ degrees
Effie Alderman thence N&rtn< 10 degrees 49 minute 16 at a point 264-02 feet southerly Begin at the intersection of State
+ Dao 't: Dade City Fla. BRD 'm; 1311; J. .Temple's Subdivison, ruaS'orth 'IS East
rfnutes'- seconds
a ai, Hampton. FiariBa1 SRD D Ho-tt: IbwoH[ 7. SR&i; 87 131 72 degrees West along center: 1302,29 feet.run-thenceNorth* 16 degrees 09. seconds East 2668.79 feet to the from the northeast corner of said Road No. 13 end the County gradtd
294 1 tabelle Srailh i to east beginning of acurveconcave to the Section 16.Containing. road as now constructed on the South
4'r. At1ea [Me of Center Street 974 feet 35. minutes 09 seconds Eabt
J. Alderman Z nUtuobLwtey. SRD No. B4-K: seffner, Fta. SRD 128; 130; 131 of line of State Road No.iOO north said southeasterly having aI'adiQs of 0.232 acres more or less, line of the N% of SWH of Section
right 2999.08 feet to the line-of
way
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Hampton Florida SRD No. 110-K: 235 I Evelyn T. Snelliag S thence South 18 degrees West 5f2 *78 feet run thence northeasterly ,exclusive of existing road right of Township 6 South Range tl &a>t
Sedtkm.2L 13T3.8T feet '
294 Howard Hamilton 497 ?a4 right way
Arnold Construction Company Florida No. 61-n; Nat1n: SRD 176-Ki; tate ilong Road said East 200 934 feet for point otbeginningthence westerly said Section from 21.the northeast corner of 01 I Carets 0> miameo J* seconds a way.OWNED BT Fred Taccla and his of Way Tine 'cT natt State nlJdto..

r/o W. 11. Arnold LwtlY, 5R 135Rldred -.r-. 'ih i _.. 229; 269; Z<0 South ISiegrees distance of 9l .n feet to the east wife Anna Taccia 12. a distance of 880 feet to a point of

Murr Ildll Hammond 'WflIITh .a-.h6Wlnc continue said east right-of-- Containing 0.080 acres more or less, line of said Section 16, at a jwint SBD X.. eel 283; (86; 287 Bight efWy beginning, thence nm NorBi along
Palm Peach. Fkrl *RD No. to: 2 R V 417.,thd AVnue West along exclusive of existing road right of 264. 2 feet southerly from the northeast -' the East sfof State Roa 4 No. 13.

4-, 194; 285: : zsk- zk9; (so Stark Route Florida SRD No.> Ill< Naples, Fta. SRD 176-K; way Una.ot State Road ZOO 388 345 feet feet, waJ. S iietisiet 1 comer of said Section 16. That part of S 220 feet Inehce nm East to Seaboard
,_ The Atlantic. National Bahk ..: zu zn 270SlindaM Lhence South 72 degrees East BY} Freeman S I '
4r-d-- i5 ; ; ALSO; The S utk 25 acres of that portion Airline Railway right of way, thence
of JackoavtLMJacksonll1e. .. . Mae Hammond thence Jiorth 18 degrees 386 feet 5 Jr. and his wife Betty Register.
Route 2Starke. ,. OUCompany east That part of: ot the HEU oT NEK and the EH of South along the West side of Sea-
to
Florida No: lo-it: C/A QfT. Ade ,! thence fturlli R degrees West OCCUPIED By: j. W. Griffis and all In Section K,
tf Florida SRD No. 11 v line of State Stt of NEt4 of SEV4 NW of NEU of Section 16. Town- board Airline Railway right of way
42: : 44: 317 'Charles Hardt. Ii" 655 Riverside Avenueic3soavllle right of way feet-1 his"wife Mae'Oriffia.8Kb Township. 6 South. Range 22 East, ship 6 South Range 22 East, that' 220 feet ttiehce West to right of way
Bank of Palm Beach and Trust Co. SRD 241-Kt F1a. SRD 139; 140 Road No/ 200 a distance S4 Ke. U Hlrfct .f Way said of land lying east of of Road No. 13 the 'of
t 40 Coconut B8tv Starke, Florida Ne. containing all of tract lies west of State Highway 200 (excepting State to place
-.i. 293; 300; JllTuanita Joyce stanley point.of bepailmtaltd That part of: the Public Road and reserving therefrom apiece beginning, lying and being te Sertfon
Palm Bench, Florida SRD Ne. d: in Block 2 SoUth
.. IUO .$outb West tih Avenue ZAt acreand lying From the intersection of the westerly '
feet
of and within 119 Township South Range 22
east of land lying ia the northeast 10, < EaSt
194 286 216 287 2 : ,6 J. lying
si $3 2 Simon
: ; : ; ; ; ad"C 1 .and 2 West .state'Road
u F.1&IltD 1)8Route and Range rigbtotva.y1be of
Claude P. Barbour Starke, SRD No. M1-K: ,- 61,the survey line of State Road 200, corner thereof that measures 250 feet, I lying easterly l (of at>4 within 119
i. Lawtey, Florica SRD .. 293; 300; 311 "tave.Starling. Jr. Tem Subdivision'and lying Township cta 200, and the north line of 8KH 'of Section :1101 ,lit) 201. saiu survey .east and west and -57.5 feet north and feet of the survey Tm* oT State Road
M 111.J 1 it : SW-U ot NSU .e: Section 21. SE 4 tit> Section 11; Township' 11.
Doris C. HartySlarke. line being described as follows: south along the highway) 200.' Section 2891 (114)201. said survey -
East in the t
.u Ruby Barbour Zt Foldl BRD No. 141-K; L*\,. -F.lLwnSlU 148 C South. Range 22 Bradford South, Range tt East tot .-point of Beginning on the south tme of Section lying west, and within 65 feet. ot line being describe as follows:

.u" Lawtey.'FIeTIL tel-It: .. 293; sou; 311 \ttv1: Starling current Public Records of reference rua thence southerly 55? H, Township' 6 South. Range 22 the survey line of State Road 200, Beginning on the south line of Section
.j I aR 1. KS Douglas P. Hardy j hQQ.t6..1 2' V Couatwr: Florida.AL30U feet along the ww -right of way line East at .&.point 1373.87 feet westerly e.etloe1801 (114) 2D1 'Mid survey 10, Township 6' South, Range 22
FloVlda SRD No. : t W\erl'J'IL. [ SRD 148 ,. i 1 of said State Road 200 to a point of beginning southeast' corner of said described follows 110.13 feet
Eula M. 13h7'S. Stake In- E. O. at of the from the line being as : East at a point easterly
... Staten., the point "
293 12 V Beginning ; from' the point of beginningthus
; North 16 degrees
iS-Ilet .Street L '& SRD 159-K boundary Section 16. run thence Beginning on the south line of See- front the southwest corner of said
Gulfpor N.. J. E. Hardy. wt'ey. -, ; Intersection of the. easterly described run In a westerly 35 minutes 69 feeconda East ton 16. Township I South, Range 22 Section 10. said point being en the
Nl 301 Road
lUs..p SRD No. 24l \ '- tine el right of way of State direction at Tight angles to aforementioned
Flotlfll '
17 Starke ilarr D. Staton line 1111.34 'feet to the beginning of a East at t*>mt 1373/87 feet westerly arc of a curve concave to the southeasterly
-- 293; 300f 111Jo 200 with the northerly boundary State Road 240 for a die-
T.-1. ,. having nU.S'11tt"et
of
curve concave to the westerly from the southeast corner of said having a radius
Fla. SRDU..1t ,
.B Hardy t. -, Lawley, of right bt Way Ot Sapp Street (tart tance of 300 feet. to an Iron stake
C 4
of S729.678 feet run thence 16 from tangent bearing
1.Ust Ela 24f.fti In A radius Section run thence North 16 degrees thence a
SKD NO. Florida SRD No. 'h % merly North Street) at an iron stake thence run toertlwriy and parallel to '
Mississippi Strickland northeasterly along said curve througha 35 minutes Q9 'seconds East of North 22 degrees 50 minutes 25sconds
Gulfport R0ee .
.' n".I; aIt .' %9: 1031 !3 Pertha L. ''e k. Aftitrt Hartman. as 0 -S which votet is & .$ feet I thence run easterly a distance of 300 distance B76.67 feet to "of
.. Sarasota Fla. SRD 159-K; 41 minutes a Of curve concave te the westerly bating along raid eurve thr<*igh an angle ;
,u Starke, Florida RD No.' 79J. of Estate of Elizabeth Letsch; ..o f >*. 264; S07; Jos from and bears South 17 degrees? of feet to said westerly right of way the end of said nuns run thence a radius of 5729.578 feet, run thence 1 degree SH minutes 52 seconds a distance
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D. Bftcfc Incompetent ;minutes West from the intersection line of State' Road 200 U a point minutes it seconds of
the
49 te end said
t W. R: SUKkland. North 10 degrees' northeasterly along said curve through tlf 19X.11 feet
\ BHD ti Florida SRD No. litfe of the ,
Statke. Florid! No. tatke. ZU.t Ute featferiy; boundary which is ISOi feet northerly of the "
293 ZSJ6 Tami-Sobk streetSarasota Road with East 2706.49 feet tothe beginning b total ventral angle of 5 degrees 46 curve run thence North 2* degrees 49mtnates
., Dorothy Booth ; ; PL SRD 159-K: right of way of State 200 point of beginning thence run south of a curve concave to the easterly minutes a distance of 576.17 feet to 27 fWcoHdx East 911.66 feet
til Arcadia Florida SRD tiX Viola HigginsAd&resa the. north line of Block 4 Soatn, erly along said: westerly right of way
1 Zit 307- Ds radius of S72S.578 feet of
SRD No. irs; S ; having a tile bd of %aid curve run thence to the beginning a curve concaveto
William F. Booth Unknown 6-- ?:i sr RMge .2 Wett bf Simoft J. Temple'sSubdivisionV. line of State Road .200 for a distanceof
.. Florida SRD 93 ISO; 131 Rxy thin also known asJiteei OF BEGINNING run thence< northeasterly along said North U degrees 49 minutes' sec- the westerly having a radius of
ArcadIa FOR POINT 150 feet te Point 01 Beginning,
1 No R. Strong angle of 9 degrees 2706.49 5729.578 thence northeastly
Hill curve through an ons East feet to the begmfiim; feet run
Furniture James degrees
Bradfor Corp. 1 1554 North Lakeahip Drive thence run North 17 lying westerly ef and within SS distance of S total
seconds
through
09 mlBotes 35 a of a curve concave to the easterly Hlrng said curve centra
S L Scruggs, >J'eor1ds. SR0 .0< Route Stark, Florida. SRO Jto. u Wlnterhaven Fla. SHD A 46 minutes East. and along said of easterly watof feet of the centerline tit the west lane U5.' feet to the east line, of said Section .having a radius of 5729.578 feet, ion angle of 14 degrees 41 minutes
Galnevle No boutoaary-Jine of the right of State Road 20 Section 2801 (114)
:.! $: zn: 2K); ; z uAustin Ik; distances of It. at a point 261.02 feet southerly I thence northeasterly along said'cu ve 19 seconds a distance 'of 1470.0 feetto
: R. eurdett, ElisAoetH iHodg'* S .1. J tII, UAM18.ftlk State Road. 200 for a line of Block 201, said centerline being. describedas from the northeast corner of'said through an angle of t degrees 09 the end of 1iIWd curve run thence
t. lot;' 8ti ICD.68 te tD.the north fallows: 16 of I 10 decrees 08 minutes 08
Address Unknttwfl RD 'No. 't Starke. Florida'RD' Section minutes 33 seconds a distance North secWids -
_. 130; 131 252 3609 Prow Avenue' 3. South. Range 2 West of said Simo Commencing on''the south line'ef Containing LiST acres more or 915.97 feet to the east line of SectionS r East !*2S.5'0 feet to the beginning -

Bryant Arthur Burdett Jack HotHre Miami 33. Fla. SRD 64-K; J. Temple's Subdivision thence run Section 16, Township 6 South Range loss exclusive of existing road right 16 at a point 264.02 feet S of a earve Concave to the south

.' Fostorla, Ohio SRD No 15: Starke, Florid SRD No. 105: 235BRiJV4R South 72 degrees 16 minutes 10 teomfts d 22 East at a point 1373.87 feet west of way. from the northeast corner southerlyS. east having a radius of 5729.578 feet.
isiSRD.NO. 252Marfoto CtarJ1. Seb .. East and along the north line erly from the southeast cornier of 'said OWNED BY:' John David Diggs Section It.Containing. run ttiehre northeasterly along paid'
: v. ""t. U9.. Aiaub Block 3 South. Range 2. West. and Section 16, run thence North' 23 :degrees -
Jerry Burdett I flfefre and Its wife Christener L. Diggs. O.OS4 acres J1or ._or less,. curve. through aa antic of I degree
Address. Unknown 11: ''au Cypress Street rRtatke Miami 33. : along the north line of Block ,. S, 24 minute 51 seconds West SliD N.. St-K *Igk&. of Way c exclusive- of existing road right oi S 30 minutes 32 seconds a dtetance of

.. I; in ; Fda 8 o 1 4 235 Smith. Range 1 West of said Stool 21 feet to the Point of .Beginning of That part *f- way. S 'S nUt, feet to the north line of slid

.. Graham Byrd Ante Tie1 Temple's Subdivision for a distance said centerline. said point being the NW% of Z4Bof. SEK of Section OwBt; fefadfofd Fernnsre, BettJon 10 a t 'a poist 1690.13 ftet

Starke Florida SRD No 112 ?II Cpre.Streets Route 3.fitarke. 1f t :of J71.C3 feet to the westerly boundary beginning of ai curve concave to the 16, Township S -Santa. Range 22 East Corporation nstet'Y tram the northwest corner
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Mildred Byrd Jb.: Florida: m TiChancy Fla' ",*. SRD .7-K line of the right of way of Seaboard easterly having t radios of 1H U' and-all that portion of the NEVi of SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded of saM Section 10
Florida HMO No. 1SJSKD Johns 'red faecU Airline Railroad, at a 'point feet thence from a tangent bearing; 16 Township
Stake & NE% cf SET>fH6ecUon In Book 4t at page i In favor bf S. Centaraimr 9-325 acres more or lAs
F. Carradine Starke BRD No. 189:: Route 2 I 100 feet from the centerline of \.thewwfet of North 16 delt'ees..J6 MInutes 09
R Florid .. SRD 67-K 6 South W. 22 East L. gcrngrs; and mortgage recorded exclusive of exiSting road right 'Of.way. -
Stark i
I uo.1 *, main track of said railroad seconds East fiorttreasterly aletog lying west of and within 55 feet in Boot 6 'at Pee 310 held by BanS .
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NO. RLZCI Tnna4t
ik554Syringa
j mtarntes
4Lawtey.. Florida n- Route ,1 thence run South 17 degrees 43 said curve throogn a total central I I'and east of and within 119 feet of of Palm !arb and Trust Company:: OWNED BT: 6llie Lnevenla Ellteg
..MOSUU LapeEatkso,4iwfr'4 : 50 seconds West, and along lib* angle of 2 degrees 27 mhkttes 12 seconds survey line of State Road %00, and ttertrae.rammed In Book 6, al t" -

Morrell Carradine : r gab t 8111fnt d:i lAwtO'n L. 3w T.n er a. SRD Ut-HI westerly boundary of said railroad a distance of 490.67 feet to the Section 2801 (114) 201, said survey page 335 held by Arnold Construction I ssh f'.. ki *rst ef S way
Route 1Lwtey 3-n
42 877,51
: : :
"
distance1
for said sad the fcegfaning
right of end of curve. -
way line being described as follows: .
NO. Route I I CVntpany.SST That part."fi
Florida 13IM R'JOflbS ',, p i feet to the northerly boundary of said of a curve concave to the' westerly the south line of Section tRWU
'wte S1**. RD .*K Beginning on ) X.. II 1da61 Xtiy Prom iwe t lwrner r> F.' of
August Ca"*l.ito Jacksonville iiga. IItLS < '40, DaVe TannerRoute .- Sapp Street thence run north'lI northerly de-- having a radius of 11459.16, feet,cuJ"ri'through run 1$. Township 6 South Range 22' That part ft: ? of.VWU of *Uv Inn 10South. 'wnhip

Sit Southw "'r l.Vlneland. Fl i!; lUiD'l Jll '1 -V n' 'fiLawtey grees 25 min West and along Street''foe the A thence northeasterly,along said of degrees ': East at 'IL point 1373.7 feet w tfefTy A tract of 'land 250 feet east awl I < Range 22 .. and tbd.e
New Jersey SKI NO. ZI; Hoyt Jones } F1L. tRD 1St boundary of Sapp a total central Angle 1 from the southeast corner ot said He-, 't aM .'T.h feet tiottn r-so0O nm 'Eht Wn. South edger
lot; 107 z3 Walnut Street Florence Tanner distance of 874.59 feet to said Pointof 27 minutes.12 seconds a distance lion 16 run thence North 16 degrees In the nort"_fit corner of SEU olXEU r of p"M SWU of 'W14 a Htanr? of

rCaroline Casslsto Allentown Pennsylvania SliD NO Route 1 Beginning; being all of Block : .. of 490.67 ftet'to a point at the end of, 35 minutes 09 t,East 1111,34feet of NF.U ham west of State I C044fee4 +e'te''enf4.Iitof Way

Ill Sauthweiit_Rlwil.Vhulaao Uiwwy. FJa. V situ UI South Range 1 West and all that saW -turn',and the-wiot aM fcft to The beginning of a curve concave to Hicrhway !OO) of 16, Townshij I of Ftte Hi"hwi v Nt 13: thence run

,.tto* 'rfe nty ': ti1t er 6ti s\ Elsie .Tiotatoi -* )an >('Block-.-Semth, Range 2 West lane centerline said point being designated the westerly having a radius of ( South. Range 22 East. nertbeederiv' nkme the ceat ....: of

'i v 199:111 tU "o"6 St&rk*. fU.feRD *1. n, W lying East %f tate'Road %H. and. Ul a* survey 11M. Station 5729.S78 feeV run thence northeasterly 'lying west cf a ld withm .S51'feet M 1 r I" rirM nf way nf IIl1t fttat TTteh-

Anthony C. C'ermenaro Allentown Pennsylvania SR Na29i. Harold T. Thornton that part of Block 4 &th. Range 2 9S-I-83.05 cf State Road 200, Section along Said carve through a total the "rwr line'of State Road 129 0Itefotlnll I ray annfnt distance of 30d ft. to % fltaker AShy

Starke Florida SRD No. ZS-K Starke. Fla. SRD 27, U. 29 West lying north of Sapp Street an 28 LJln. !01.rtlIJ thence- for jmrp -, central mgle W 6 degrees 41'salautesa 201 fUn, 201. saM sutvej r A 0' 1'/\t'rM1.m..nt! 3ipnpti.ti. IIfIn_

.. Lorena C"mT naro -. t' Kayo Tnvettment Comgny Bernice T ole east of State Road MO and all that <*e of *efer fece Kftrth. 11 detrfe distance of 51..n.teet te the end ofsaid line iwhir 111 follows: norhput'1v along "I' 1I'Jt1lltIoA.e

o takf. FlorMa SRO Not Z5-K 1.10 JohnCoughlin, -* ISO Sttgn Avenue Dart of Block 4 Soith Bange I West 35 minutes 09 seconds East 130.11 curve.- run theinee North- 10 de- B1.QlesI5ow the '*th Mb of B**" i f "t&P4""! "9%*> fjf HM nflth-

CftHfrRichmond -.. ,.. hn N. m ,&vb'e 'l'Ui"t. '.& BRD"19 rj-fcielidnh of Pp Street in Simon feet, to On lartftftfeff of "rtjrve m. green 49 ttinurrt 09 wtfenA e st Hon 16. Tow ''hin c Srtiith. Ranee 2?1 ."v II dlptsni.e ,f "* f.*t to land nWf

.,., llhb, -; r i Miami I .FtorU' 1UW No'il1tehe'i .I Eurftt.Toole t J. Templet, Sutrilvtsk-n As per lat cave to the westerly having a radiusof 2706.49 feet to the beginning of a East at a point 1J7J.87 feet westerlyfrrw 'iwneul n- >f MllVrt th**"** Inn

,.. FlorldL BRO5K. ZJiHenrietta ; % 1 v. net Rt1'b Avenue tnereot tt<* ed.ft T>*d Book tVtI 5729.578 feet. run thence north curve concave to the tastern! having the 1mirnM \ cor*">r of w HRecrloB I .et"v _frO. ..." p4- ro' 1i4 1

.9, '450 Southwest 8Jtt Avenue Tampa Fla. Situ 19S I page 424 thereof -of the current public easterly along said curve through a a radius of 5729.578 feet TIB fnvnre It. '.'" thence North 11 derw -. ". ( w51. f-tA 7'q 1r. Mfll<>t a
.Qj Ch".r UUni. FtorM* SKD No. 191Wurtr'KhXtTI I Edna Townsendlf Jisiftg an.d. it [fecpfclR of Bradford County Florida: ttaicentral angle of 5 decrees 46 northeasterly along said carve tHrough 25 mhintes 19 tfai** Easl I fit 4111 test tn

RIChmond nel,1Uf. ''k.1 deceased. the ubtnawb betrV.**" Iv\lig'.East of and within 50 feet vtUe I minutes a distance of $ .' feet to I an angle of 9 degrees 09 minutes 35 1111.34 feet to the Ix-rlnniwr of i I which *' JM frt nnrih r>f onnth edge

._- Florida Sl..0.It I J444 &1. "t.t A.au visees and/or otaer elaluaata > Gorvey.llne of State Road 200 the end of said curve, ran thence seconds a distance of 91S.97 feet to curve concave to the westerly havtat I (Contiaued 6n next page)


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:*td4t WM f8EtWhi pYI.ke1it 'dt ,r4.Vht &tf1wRy.4115 a 1tahce'tuf'49V9 ftte'gn'iro iklLkh '1 Hast tt i.yatttMi: feet tat'et47 minutes rflj"secomi Ba nt 54 feet, run San K*. M4-B Klckt ci Way oily.a1O& naid ,cun' through acetitlal
ioNaaa&d; 2iac nut ct tte.ad:300 tMce ..WIt'TheA .OvthViJ) dJdea 08 seconds East 4761beginning /& fet4o. he from" the soutWBat corner' Of said tWiice North 18 fiegrees ::22 minutes That part of; V .. ahtl t.tiites
OsJ ly State Road 1$), thence Vim oth 05 minutes east and cai'aRel to the -<8t ten# % bo&caVe to\Vie r.ltV Von theiR* KWra 31 : eP7 ti secf ids East J718.9I teet to _the One atrre. ia southwest V corner of 45 8 cn& h ItAI'c t I _
Mgbt of 'way t :aaJu, ts.te ) &gh7 !1 iflftlt d fong MsteVry txWBttjrrV bf 4ai3 'eection a1 6ufa Sriy -*(aViira&RiB-*'of763I.Y37 *I1ers ntfotitfe'ft seWndi FastU1L4V north line cf said Section .2S, at .a Lot |5,West.ef Railway ta \Toe41awn feet'.to ihflfend ,r Slid CUi'SS, t'li
%ftBth< p>bft 4s testnatiftl :- topoirft Wfcoofla n mfent, said Rda2 for a Distance f 4 ft.1? Teet We edfethSrlJr. Manaary '* f %aid along said curve 'through a total 'et.VeVt tehe'lftnf rtfee.- -Baldpointbeing northeast corner of said Section 23, South RaBge.ta East, accortiag to 36 seconds East 3045.85 feet to .thl
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14W n4$4ca4. tE% df SWBt & 'to 'an fron .ftate, thence run horthSO efectfonv Wn "Uiencfeio h yj dettees SWitiml ingle ot 15 fietrees 2tnuVoe ; th' lpnf" of a eliPa V V a map of Woodlawn. which said map beginning bt V'a curva'concaVe 13 tW
% fl4 V% fgt 'degrees <*6 Ynrnutes,'west tot a distance east along the southerly itounda'ryof >a-flistaBce fVd00444fe t o the nshcaife to ha'VThg 'l'hatCflbf; .. ta 'recorded hppn the Pnbtte Records easterly hiving a radios ol ..5729JM
: aia'hftfhway ta'fcaid Section, I ::0!. 293i5 feet to'an- Iron -staka, -Stela sfeofifta 'a .SistaBW 'of -493.2 pnd of said curve, runtheftce iWrttt LVUUs'6f 11.t9.fl A_ 'UhthIOe That portion of the NEK- Of NEK of Bradford Ccnnty, Florida, Plat feet .run thence nbrtl'easteirly'along
'PWi1 and Kaage;?yiflfe East of theate."run north 18degrees 30 'mfu feet 'to jfomt fef begmiii* '*- *1 'fiegrefs 7 mtautes 'fls )fecondaiBjfat. iortheasYerly 'along"said curve through west of Seaboard Raitrtoad ; 'LESS 9 Book 1, Pag 1. said curve through an angle of 3 'de*
Tina, "wiafa .il* f rttdf' the survey utea can'for -distance of 4J9.2 feet lying west f V- n-VfthfcV5 !feet .374. 6 tee\ to ,'th'eas'Iih, 'Of a .total [central angle 'of 14 degrees 9ziInutes'51 6tre&-td JafiBfrdt LESS 2 acres lymr easterly of and within (5 green la minutes 47 seconds a., dt* _
V '(Itae ltlt"Of' State. "Road 200 "Section 201 to:sald iron state at ,%aid' point of, ot. the present centerlipe bttate laid 'Rectlon4, hi .a 'pdint 505.4 Teat seconds -'distanceT of td Jta Blaneharft, tU bemt Bt feet of the survey line of State Road tiace of 226.31 feet ta the. berth IkftOf
(crpM) 201.- 'said purvey line fcetog deBegmntng begtontng,. .. .. .. ] Rc4d %0-'Sectlon28Hil4)90i-saiai( southerly., from The 'northeast corner feet tic Che end '61 Ia4d curve Section Township 9 South Range NO Section V2f41(114) 201, Said said Section H at a point 1J66.5I
V s.iono* ,. .. nfying westerly -of ;aid Within,55# me rime-belife described ki follows: *&"Eald., Setldh' ..31.- ". dnd centerline "etstIthie, |dr, ifuT- 22 Bait, V survey Hhe being described as follows feet easterly from the.northwest corner
on oreSouth Hue of Sectltfn feet of,fhe BTJirverline "of Stsfte Road BegmrtAR.nHh 'sotrth Mne of'the. V Containing. 1.150,. acres.. ni5r 'oid nrtclusive PS&:of reference rw .thence seath -7* MBKHsterhr 'of iiia wham-Hi : ef Bald- Section,:li, .. }
16.,Township South, Rartge.'aa ZOO. SecOoa zpIu4)2o1'ai Bur- > Er 4.of NE'of. Sectibn II, 'Town- ,, of existing road'right degree VV 2? .'minutea ,'53 ee ndsEait het of the eurfey line'b( Stale Road Beginning on the south line ef Containing 1.041 acres more.or Jess,
lki& .34. & tfont floaa .leet easter.lypom vey line'being: described, follows:. shfp k South;-Rang''M .i' st at, a.tolnt ftetj-nm then BQrth J6i degrees 2M; gectida JSOl (11$) ':,201,. between Section '14, Toa-fashlb 6 Sooth, Range delusive ot existing reaf right otway.
;the southwest eorne..,of .said ,, .-Begtonlng on th ''aoufh-Mne Of Section 'sr9.S7 ftet westerly"trbtorthe; frU*' R >-:KI IIan -3d(Aihmtea 4 f Seconds East 980.27 feet Hwrvey.; line Bt/LUoh 11287.25 ihthb.nojTthtne 22 East at 'a 1x>tnt 661.2 teSt westerly ..... '
B f lion.. It. said ,point 7beinfc on the -3, Township 1. South, ,Range itflastat south veast cefrner 'of ,NEU of *?'E% his wlfe/Mary KlienrBJECT.TOj <0 the north, line ofsaid ,Section 28, of parent '(not, said trom the southeast corner of said OWNED BT; L. Rt,Green i aid Oft
-arc elf curv* ooocave ,to. the south a point 16 0.n: feet easterly pf said.Section 18, rnn thence North VV V Mortgage *eeeMel -tta 3 tRt mi.8 ftet easterly from %urvy fins'ifta WrVeyUiw Btatfch Section It, ran theh'' North it degre wife, Mamie Green.
zt&47&ingi& raiitts'cf 5 29.578 Irom. the soutliweat te t 4htBce..4iviB at tangent. bearing Section ). said point t being en the ;ahti0r8.O5 feet to tegfiming-of, Michael JTownsesd-and hia-wiz Edna to; V t.Beginnpi tin the wjuth) liife of *ee. 13I7.S3 feet to tfte befirining i bf a That pirttefi ,. 2
f Noith 22 f5.aeoMda arcvef curve ceneenre. to the easterry. ,East run:4a jee- northeaster"Jjr ) : (having, ladms of 6729.47$ feet, a fadiu&ot 21 4S.59,feet, rnn.'Uiencb.nonbeasterTy the.'unknown ..heirs .-deriaeBB, cand/or tflhK (U'--eastfrly1 tinA iHtbkt -66eefi East it 'a point 2960.8 feet easterly a radius ol J915.T8 feet, ran theh6e South- Rang 22 East in Woodlawn
V --alomt.f -cnrve thruuga an angl f thence from a tangent -bearHig, jot -along aB curve brought other eIIrflBhitS41tder. Bald Michael Ihe ceh'teriBj* 'cf>h* least (safe froth th southwest corner 'bf said hortheaJterly, nOrth 'aid riorthwesWrly Subdivision As pot' -tfat.'thSrSof ftcorflea -
of 1 degree &gminute* i2 Beeoimalstam North iU' of said curve, run thence -North- -24deftwi raid curve throughran BBgle.' fr4 Hle- 4.04 the 'ead oaid - t8 MlalRts JUstconua East tfffa2J fntmitesW tflecondsdis- north 10d#greeamknitee -9 -eecondsi fsatielle Smith.- --Eflna 'M. JDuodse, 4a Hght'ot '*a> IBre 'bud (2) survey line Station 412-1-57.70 run hue -of safa ectir'fl.14 (west line of lying U) wtsttrry 'ot ''tfta wrtk*
911.66 feet to the beginuaig Fu >rst. Mfldred Oreea. Thl- ?" anh t' \hb-Vet raflroed thence North 16 degrees ,33 minutes Sett Jon 13 Township 5 South. Range ift Toot of thft *urv<** ItnA 5f State'
t&rte concave to! the V SfreJreny toaving Bald curve, run thence ?0r R. H < 4 Traaiua of 2sIg feet. >un -\BfchVfcofQwAflteFfy nlnut8. O8< seconds End: liawing radftraof flC.b78'teet; run Wilma hrerAastfn R, -Btirflrtt.Reithai *ldng satt "curve through 6 SJ7-/eet'to: U fiprth4iBe of.'said thence Borthewterrjr aontr said>carve D. MeTeer, afld Jerry Burdett tne'-fekst *feht fcfaline :661.8, teSt 4 westerly-from the said Section 13. thence front a Seethed above and surrey fine Station
*'oUl central -arisfe 'of 11 dreea 8ertlo 3 at *, point Ml feet 'easterly through a. total J tttra.t.) itgtaC 20aeferew pf State Road 200 and the'north line nnrtheast-earner -of said ">Section 23, tan pent, bearing of Ntrth 4 degrees 505-1-50.00 and 12)) lying'westerry Stand
<1 mlmrtts 19 *eare t rhtfct am 'fcentenine "being >Contain tng 3,152. acres mere or lees, 12 minutes 47 seconds East continue whtih 119 feet of said ..sorreV
fert to' the tfcd dl'gala ctzr$ -MM SeeBoB>. ;,'.- : distance of 2075.0 feet to flee stid 'ottldturve That part of: Acrfbfcd U foTIows: V exritreive t>f existing road fight cf northerly, alopgj said curve ,' through line between survey line Station
ttn> thence Nora 'iO degreea .08 tafntWfca Oo talnlf>g 0.297-acres mere or lessercluuive ,- men Xhenc* north 10 da-: i, tt UR* Vt 'Secfloa 34. TownRante ;-' CObirtnt bn 'the sbtr\h Ifae of B o- way.- an anirte) of K-degrees 11 minutes 55 505-f50,00 and tiie. north.Ihne ot
05 fcecofada fiast' 2sJ9.80 feet 'tothft of'tkg Toad Tight.of green 08 minutes 08 seconds tuft Ship .'e Sdufh,. TJyinr Et't..V 'tide 2 6, South, Range-22a't OWNED )BY: B. E.V Reddish and ecoads.a distance ot 326.24 feet to parcel described above.and (l.Jylnfe _
beg bin mg i>f a "catte concave .tome wjr.-.. *L ,_ i 2795.0 feet to fife 1nztdg'Of a (1) **st Vf Vrfd 'v1thin '55 st 'a O1nt 324.25fet st0r1' r his -.wtfe, :Ethel D. rReflBiI !*.- the end of aH carve .run thenre easterly, of and within 55 teet bt iald
; uuat fcavtos-, -Tadros :of572I.SYS. OWNED BY WWMrn F'i1oOthand. curve eeMavw-Jfo tmeasterly havingiia.lamttB 'Yet )Sd '(2) Vast f wfthfn, 119 from Ore V sbttlrwest cffmir of saW I SUBJECT"TO* Mortjfige recorded North 1-degree 59 minutes 08 seconds survey line, aid survey line and sut*
te t.. rnn. hsaca ta'ortheaster* .bis >Wtfe Dorothy ooth.MM Vt 17297578 'f et, Wh'TSeficeij**etf-' *e Bnfyejr iintrt State Road Section 26. run Ole'ntfe-'nbrth 31 e,07 in-Book 28 at Pafe' 111. in favor of West t07T.lSVfeetVtO the north line ef vey line station being described 4s
fcr a2bn$. saW uve. through :'anangle > X+ 14191fl '*tght *f War' northeasterly along"ssM-irtrVe fhrdxreh 200. Section 2101(114)201, MI tfl nuf- pen .mnutes| 08 tsecomlsEast Farmers Home 'Administration. tt'l,degrees 10 mmUtes 3.2seco4daJaoisiaaae That part of: an angle of 1 degrees 30 IrimiAfes $2'Bco Vet )]Jrie being dxr1bd as foHows: 1's7.t* beet to ti oiht, 'Mm thence S1lDtJe. tu'i8t *ltbt bt Wy easterly' from the northwest corner 'Beginning oh the .south line f'Section
of.150-40 feet o the .north Cahunerfde at u'confcrete indtni ds a'SiBtance of '150SQ'fet to Bertenlhg on the', .dtitp list of South 58 degrees 52 minutes 52 FC6- That part of: V of.saldSoetlon; 13, V 12, Township g South. Range U
Iin of.aaid Action '10 at a .point 'eet at the UorthVestwriter of.SBUf the north-h'n'e 'ofeald1 Section 10. 'tita Section SH. TQ'wB hip & 'SI' RirigeM krnds East 6l'feet to The FOtrit of-Betlhifbg 'A'-pWtlOh 'bEW b? NE ,ot Containing 0.101avres; more or fees, East at i a point $.e8: feet, easterly
US6.U eeL aLer1y fronv.tae north STW 4 6f8 < rron.. *, Township 1Sdn'fii. 'poYiit 16S0.1J 'teel 'easteWy frOm East'at a oJnt.624.TI f>n wffctV-' >f 'ea'st !frtfe <*n\eHmey ,Sla Section 23, Township 5 S dth. Range exclusive of existing road right Of from the VV'southwest corner of. Ban
2 w t. i er of saidjSecUoB J0 Rahfee "J2 f ''saw ectfoaO IT from the 'smrtheaft 'oorn f of 8W point'beslItgit e efe nh ngf a-turV 22E&t, bhti belflf trtto e parHcularly : V Section 12, nm tteaee. North. 1 degre4
Containing O44 acres more or less; South 98 degrees 32 rtlBBtes taft tor f 'SE4of *a.1d Plt1on *4 rca.Then concave tg the..northwesterly bdvidg describe as fdltows: way.OWNED BY:> Hatet- Tanner and 69 minutes 08 seconds West 19,6. 82
explosive oCrixistina; read right ofMDflt a dts ah'de of J50.1 fe?t to Wi treastake1 for % Jwlnfof ''txfeffihing, tlfcBceruh excrostveof- V real "rightdf ends East 2741,7* 'feet to1 the Wjgfn'nlng be'artt ot Jforth 31 dsgrtes Std ctWni' 23 dad run-Wfence< Edath > X.. IBS Right Cf Way cave to the easterly having a radio(*
: 'paul'FarkerKl Bouft 'Tt degrees IX 'taTntftts east .i-tfy of a euhre concave 'to the D7mmuteB'O? seconds"East hmnrrthpaste'rly 89. .d>gfVVs Is'mlntAes West along That part ot: of 8729.58 feet,:rua thetfre nlrthwi.
4. kt .( Way for a .distance of 3313 v fet to afroh O vEt) BY Sae.&lmmoili: anihr souQieaAerly having -a r dlB :of 'alorife l ii e'urve the northerly! bcAinfary thereof"a distahe Commwwtng at the nofthwert CON erly, north and northeasterly sJOi
:M.part.o:: V stale %et in Ue, west rifht *f busbafta Eldred R, Hammond. JHBb 7639.437 feet, run Shenee-eQrthenl'terly H>VAh'g tp'faJ *Htrrfl ah'ite of 14 dS- bf 5M.4T reel, to the Vesterty Aer r>f I>ot 24, .\VO r_ 1n &t -the intersection of way.ltnb.jyf'Sta'tejR I 800 fforfljerly Ji .;ii-B xtlgkt %2.WayTflt' along; 'said 'vrye through. tfflalntral V Itees 3$ nilmites HI te oAdsva distance bouiraary bfTight of way of 'State IS, TnVnshtp 5 South Ran?* 22 East angle nf 18 degree's 28 minates 44
Rate:vReadNo.. It. *sd. toe oimty State, Road 13) thence "run South.17a parr*of: f T. i <' ;angle of 1J <*egrf s .42 wdnteii tit 2M6J67 tot tothe. efitj BfWId R'adNq. 200.,run thence South 17 ahd run Smith atonfe the at 'sideoT seconds a BWtance ef 1847.92 feel to
graded road &a *constructed 90 >gr1e ;48 :Vattes-V t and 'aTdng ,UW11 gz Ki&% ifjSJ and -a tlisitanoe of' 2004.44Qst i tft-the 'corve' sfhd 'feasft tai* cehterrtne. degrees 19 mhintM West along said the ffRht of-way bf Stats Road the ehd bt said Wirve run theSes
|h fouth lla of. ttteNV4 thSW: the west V right of way line pf State M of :llw3 of.'SEV*, EXCEPT parcels end of said rorvev'nm thence -NfTtlirl for. purpose ot reference rub thence westerly boundary aV distance'of 16.47 Nb. 13. 294 rest td the poftit W beWnnfn North. 16 degrees 29 minutes 36 setonfe -
Ai .of,=S cUon 10, township (South, Rda4.200\for a distance Qf,4164. feet deeded to Magyari. and "Crawfo'rd depfees 07 'tnintrtes V* Seconds Nbfth 73 'degrVs 27 Mlflute ft f ec- feet to southerly boundary of right from said! point bf beginning East 28.74 feet to"a pbtat deignated.
K&g ,42 E.s(, **d run jiorth Jong to 'an .iron stake, thence .run North .. all iASOC11Ofl'34rT0WD811lP: % East 34.4feet to *he, east TIM 'cit dVlIs"r7eBt( : 25 feet. Van ttfenee-tCorth ot way, of Stale Road "No, S-155 to nirt EaM to the WeSt Side' of as Bury line Station
o { ast right* et way Una of Statf 0 degrees 48 ralnutea, west, fqr a South, Range 22 U) liQts56 and aid'Section )), tt point 605.1 fet 16 degrees 32 minutes Ot s p0on&s East point-of beginnlHkt run thence South the.rle-nt of way M'the S. A, L. Rafl- 505-l-SO.OO, continue thenre N>rth 16
fa4 ) o> 130 b gznj.4haceruzi.22Q feet north stake thence run ,north 12 .Tlegreis KVV14east, of -State Road 209 ; S% of TOld Set1O5 Z*, V' "Section'26. 'a't a point 2160.3 feet east southerly boundary ,a distance of chip of the right of way of the S. A. L.Railway.4 3017.11 feet to the beginning' >a
gong tiie baiti feastrlg"ht 4 ,way, 30 minutes east for e distance ot of SWTK .01 NWH; iHn Section 42 i'Cuntathitik 3.959 acr1 mrfrfe or fessJ erly from he "north st corner bf 345.4 feet .to'iron ptake ; 'run.theace 70 fret thenfe run West to the curve concave to the easterly haW*
tbence.eok said railway right 4992feet to -nald. iron;stake at said Township onth -Bange22 ,fiast, ut'e ;of xtst1n1'oh' right 'of Bet1db2* V South 16 ,degree* 42 m mutes ;We* Of way 20 ieeV thnp west to the point "of beginning ,- <-N54-! f MWl4 xcept 3% &ars 'onthin1r3 .jise'aAes nV6rel r IP distance 343.02, feet to iron stake itSite Rrtad No. 13. thence run South northeasterly along said carve tnroufrh
east &ae f.-State .KoadlCo. 12 fight lying west of and witfiiq V 55. feet in, northeast earner and XCEPT whXvEbJRy. ,g, biirtian ani 'his exMnslve" e'xTsting r ad' rfght ..ofVaV ran thenee North f 2 'dorrem 41 minutes ?lone the East side of the rleht of an angle of 3 degrees 15 fntnntta. 17
of Way and!point f beginaing Ijing .the.Mirver Ike i Of State Road 200Sectloa teens*1n the vouttieast corner,west of 'wife teta. -"M. 'tourban East a distance ef -318.7 feet VraV nf State Road NA. IS to the geoonds adistance, of.ijB.Si' tett9the
and being i Section 10, Tewnehip f .2801(114)201( ?aid .survey State RWd' NO. rU *n4 itixpt Isees V OCeUFlftD fer; Orahim Byrd and Oth .- Abn 'aoujh more or less to aforesaid weSterly porM 8f begfnnlnfr. north.liqe Of said. Jedlofl 12 at's
SojiU.j&nZe &1 EaM.. and containing inn rinc .described a s follows:' 4n N\V .confer Of Setidon .It, Ms wife Milj3re Byrd. 'and Ws! wife Eflfii tartroHgh. an infnrfipet boundary right lit way of State lying easterly of and within 5S point 1364.51 feetea'sterb fi* tiC}
I aePu nicre, or *Mi, ALQ; Vat V Bediming-on the south Hrie.ot eojldn TWF.6 -Raag 22 Bait 't4) ""SHI V 1STU8 Bight M Way dt p/rson. .. Read -NO. See< run theSeS North 17 feet of th6 survey line ot State Road nortwest corner f said section 12.-'
; iecorner Townshtp S Sputh. Range. #2Ea't.a N% otLot S tf Section 13, Township ttiat part bf.V RD >rt. ffi High tt h Way degrees 19 taianted East along Bald 2t>6. Section 2$01 (114) 201, said survey i Containing 0.664 'acra more 1* Tet*.
4h NW4 f SWH of poiitt, 1 etiun 10, TowpshiB 6 tioMti, Range Tram the -southwest comer of- 'saidBfcctkm west lot tbid within 65 Tfeetof The land containing..! and 23/10"0.acres, W4 'a &k4& 6gree* 18 .mtiutea East alongr said Beginning on the south line of Sec way. ,
22L'a: y aadruo* south/ distance 2. said point toeing en UNarc iurvfeV tin* between feufvey line 'sta- more or tesa. lying: 'In the Stt oT-SWU *- oufeRange; 2S feast westerly boundary distance ot '450 lion It. Townshlo H South, 'Range .OWNED lY', -3.f4. \Vti lita ui
of 525 feet to "a point: of .beginning t of a curve concave W the '-easterlyItavfek tlda2t '-t9and The beth line of of SfrK bf Sectjon: ,26, Township- eXc &IhVtwWfifcJn in 'that 'portWntt feet to-Itomt beginning, 22 East at a point 511.2 feM westerly wife. Lois A. .yvatera. V '
t.maco run -east a distance of 318- feet ''*. VaMtia of M2L4U tee SW% of -SE% tt said 'Section al- South Rajnge 22.,,East, Bradford N' "oT SVfa pf.NWU lyteg.West'Q 'tying U) -wBteWy of fend fctthta frem the southeast corner of said SUBJECT TO: Mortgage krde4
1o Oe ve t right of.way line o t State thence rom H taifgent bearingt *o *weensurvey .Bn% Sta\foh Ctfonty. V Florida 'described as fol- ( by (State Roa'fli NO. 13 VV sof$ to Ill tea f the Urf t line of State Section 14, ran thence.North ,16 decrees in Book 38 at Fagei44t.&vor of. _
Road, No. US..,thence run Southerly Korth 11 '*egies-38 wlndtes.:40 Wec' 81+*I.15.&id the borth IWe. M 8BV4 :- rows: 'i Jk THedddre Crofcs,V S-aefreB. Iyinalong Road WO, '5ectIoS'\ S0i -.<114) 2tl 32 minutes 07 -RooondBEast A.. N., Tarbreuga.SRD V
akg' the VeSt.righX of way line of bn&s East Win "northeasterly trienfcirjld of said Section 34 arid (2) ..lyingtalt st.tIngVrem seuthwest-'CorBer' of the %a.tld> "of,613 State R V Oa4 State Road No. 13. a distance t clirre throtth in imgte of 4' fcf"Jl! wltnia If9. f<$t .%>f the lection 26-Towfifihip Soath; Range JS-aft-fes lyfh't &tnfc 'wfest SIde bf 6'i&i aboVe infl survey line Station peeve concave to the westerly having That pert 't*: V
JDB''ft "feet, 'thence run west a diajaoce degrees 'tt fhintttes dS.kecondsa din-thirvrey linfe t* tat Road M, sec-. J2 East arid -east'-elojigi V etrtioii' NEW Stafe.'Roaa, Nb. .13 for ihof-e I28-t-.b0 kn'd (!) lying westfe>ly bf radias of 3015.78 fret rtt* thence Softhtt3tMMofjmt'llnWondiawn <
'.of .105eL' ,thence 'run North {aKc tf '444.10 feet to the en& of said'' Idt 1(1f)2L.sfdnurveZ( ) linefcnd line 247 fee ,'Aheace north 2T4 Teet 'abc tffctlncfe of 7tT 'teet to the point of curve tun thence North 'Kdegrees'' Snn'ejr line. stations being -described. for a.itoiat -beginrmig said point ot Bradford, County FtorWatal Kae.bttVeen survey, line Statical said curve through ta angle 5 South Range 22 East, ,
be1iathg. Sidi,4.! 05 minutes 0 8coMs Eafit WI3J.87, as follows:. .,. .,- V being t>?e 4atersectoa ofHast figfet' Qf b tx'ce t ""tte ljht H wayt"W 428-OO] ah3 t foe north line of ht >12 degrees 19 mlhutes 20 sbcondad'afcitance lyWg (1) Westerly of. and wittilain _
-'Begin at Ore .southwest corner ofE- feet to the %or Easterly bfahd
U t>t NWii ol SWii.oI.' Section II 2 at ,a potet '6f91 .feet 'eattttrrfr TMm %. S of feald ,Section 34 at ftpo&t side of present dirt road),, rrhente No 13 .the .Seaboard Airiin taifratnd Beginning.bit the .south, line ok line 'of Said Section 14. fwest line x>fAction Wttnla 55 Teet of the wny Mae xf
'Township Y Sol.itb. Itno 22 East run the northwest cortser Of }TC& of 'said 424.74 f eet?westerly from.tWe etoeth -8-Regrets , Section 2251 (itt| __ __
cast' JJ.O tttoVweL right of way line Section 3.'Containing' .2re trJs, *tfre southea'w; corner .- f SW14 'of SEU' of east side of right of way Nif %Id Seaboard Airline Railway on the East 22 East at a point 960.8 feet easterly 23 Eat); at a point 19JB.S7 fed: 101, sali BtrWy b1l4befiigde'fbe4 -
of 5tate Wad 200'lheace ina north- or leas, ,exclusive of 'existing road said. Section v 34, jun thence North State RoaM *ft. 13, 191 feet, thenCe "siae, .' from the southwest corner ef said hohherly ':'from the HmthweSt corner as follows:
femetty ,,lllrertion along, said wedTt4 piV\{t nf Way If degrees 05 minutes .OS. seconds{ east to.f *laId -Section IS, .ln< noe front a V Beginning 6h 'tne fedufh hisS ol'Se&
t>f way .line of.State ROaAVoe No. .OvNED Blf: 'ose V 6. H5uS ber, East:1245.41feet to a twlat, aesigma- Sta.t4 Ro&'d NO. .43VV:280; test, thence the ceuferline W file>fst Uh btKtate 32 minutes 07 -seconds East ta'hg nt hearing of North t degries tion 12. Township I Soatn. 'Rtn'se
251JQ :leet, hence -westerly u.Sreerthenee.south Scv-and,his wife Josephine ,JL .''GuiniliffiJfctT ted >as survey line1 station ,' 69-H tuIr> loath 82 'idegtew 80 ifnirrtfesWest ffckd.'JoO.. Serfflon.Z'Stli' 114) 474.80 feet tOVa. point, designated as t J mlirtites 47 Becbnds past contfnuertortherly 22 East.at.. .a fblntl4S feet 'eafeteWy
250-0 feet to point continue,the Bce> orti -degrees 05 1 alOng wefet-rtghft* way ef New State JOl. ,?ala e'eriCenate being survey line Station 428+00.00. eon along MItI curve throueh from the sonthVeal rtrjfer 6f fciid
iregiflntrtfe and tj-ing in southwest *b:. 'Lease VecdrAed.Ji minutes 08 seconds East 1237.15 Hteet Read No. 13 \tr presenf"dirt fbaft iS9 time, thence North IS degrees 62 an ahRle bf 6 dtgftes 11 minutes 55 Section 12, ran thence North 1 uogfee
ctflrner ofiH of KWii of SVVKof Book 23 at page 333 in Itavor .otYee to a. oiat4eslgriB.td -es .-curvey lire feet,, thence Worth 72 legrees west iVotejfat>iie tn'Hift'scyth'ltoe' *? 9eVftoh minutes 07.seconds East 176.60 feet sMonda-'a Bistanft bf 326.24 feet :"tothe. 59 minutes OS Secbhd West U652
Section 10. Township 6 South, Range, ?2V Sast, .lying ., fl) .westerlypf Mice Reg4er, *>,, f ,' north 16 degrees 05 urinates 08 sec feet o ifoiiA of etfenWg1 .- ,, East 4,1 ,a 'p<>Int.36i'5 feet 'easterly at a point 561.2 feet westerly from 1, aigree 59 minutes 08 seconds West cave to the easterly having fc' ttflu.e
'and Vithin. V S3 r feet and f OCCUPIED BY: lames M. onds East 235.22 feet to ttie,.l>eginVag"Ot lying west of and wrthm 55* feet trim the feoultWest ctitntr fet Mid the northeast corner tot 'said Section 3077.18 test to tim north line of said of 6729.58 feet, ruh thea e 'hbrth-
(2) ,lying, easterly of and .wfthin $ D.o. US.Mtkt .f War a rwve.ToncBVe.t6 the easterly of the survey lljie pf State'Road 200, Section .26. Tup tnehc North. SI 9 23.-' V Section 13 at a point 8.48 feet easterly westerly, north and hottrreistej-iy
129. feet 'of the .. centerlkne,. of That'rM't Of:, r ., r&outh having a radiva. of ti39.487.'feet. BeafontSllVrnfJOl, said .survey gfreeli 07 Inmute'B.'OS seconds East Containing 0.871 acres more or less from the- Northwest corner of said along said curve through % total'fctn-
Ee1tta1o1Oaa 2'ooSectlon 2801 -atonfrsaid Pomt of Be-gmnm* icftsrvt ef existing toad Hgftt of teal angle ot t5 degrees 4 miaates
:0.-Bet of E i ; run thence northeasterly line being described as lollOws; : i igiaWng 2066.54 feet to the Section .13.. V
(110201. eald tenterline leing dee> and- South .6(0 feet Of S\V 4 of -NE14Kaet viirv* thrMfth % total 'central angle ; fen V tti e Booth line 6f "of weft lane enterfin Aah\.1>6mtbemg'the way. V Containing f.t) >37 'acres more or less. 44 seconds a distance,of }m.9E ttet
crlbttt, as pnowa: ._ .. *f State. Road *.'0. 13 and "West 15 dagreei %2 tnlnutes a -dinteitelot Section: 26. o'wnhip 5 SU&, Range begih'nfng'o'f'a fctfrvefconcaveto OWNED BT: Albert SapjSenrTeld exclusive bl txhtln'g road right of to the end of- said curve nm thnci
'let nntat (Ax'the South Una of the of S. A. Lu Railway .to Section 3, 2004.44 feet to the end 3% &c*
"KE'ii of NB'ii of gectitm 1&. Township oweeh.'Sc'tith1 Range .3* But, tttH thehce North 31 degrees } 'sou'tlwest.etfrner) of said of'.11,5044 Jea rahjthenoe Wrth- SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recbrdei OWNED BY: Dave Tanner V and his onete East 2045.*& feet. to. tfi4 b Mn-
I Sooth.. Range 22. East &t a 1 .tying easterly jof tad -wttMa 111 VI 'rn'lMtn M seconds Cast S 74.98 Section. 26, bin thebce' North 31 de- emterly -along Said turve .through.ft in Book 28 at page 185. and Mortgage wife., Florence 1'an net. sing of a curvepcncav* to V&6 'tast*
f T ?et .westerly. m>m the feet of the survey: Mne of tate Road Yeyt to the "east-fine of fiald iBedtion fl-pest 07 'minutes '0'8 seconds East H'aJ central -angle--of 11 degrees S5 lecnfae* in Book 39 at Pate 415. in BED X*. Ian fcltht ot Way sriy having a radius f>l .17,19.53' feet.
Otras Corner, of NKJi-Cf) %..ofi 200. Section 2801(114)401, 'eaid ne- 34, at i frolnt 506/4 T 't fiberKerlytrofa 2624i3fe'et Ththe beginn1lVVof -a minutes iHl seconds a distance of lavbr'Ol 'Atiri UhlVed"Lafe Insurance That part oft ran thence *Bortkeasurly! 4b$ .'aid
ti4 $btk Vi, run tncncft .north 10Urees 'w llnfe beihfe deStn'ibO&.0tIiows: tEfe ftortheast corner of aW Sec- cupconcaVe to the- northwesterly 2916.67 fen to The fetid Ofid.kry Lot 21 of Woodlawn Subdivision curVe through an angle of.I aegreea
V 'raluutta oy seconds eastb3pret. Bfrfclrinlfifr on the Booth fine of Section don 5 having a ladies -2639.437 feet,: run and eepterline-of west ann.'V2ot purpose qRbP/'i1 -B; >.i7Til it .! Way according, to plat recorded in Plat 1% minutes .47 .seconds a distaacftof Slid
: to ; thte .btglnnJng, of .a 2, Township t oeth. Range 22 thence Northeasterly along.salt .carve of reference rnn thence South That .part ot: ? Book, 1. Page 1 of the public records 326.31 Test ta the -north We cl" -
turVe cdncave' to' ttu tiflieriy.Having a Cast kt Kt potnt ltS6.1J feeteasterlyTrom ;; parctel.'ot had. fa Section 26.through an angle icf Strdegreea SS .'tVdegi'ees 27mintte3: 5S sfecottda Boast ?Tb6 NE54 of SEU of SeiUon .14, of Bradford County Florida in Seedon Sectkta 12 at a point 13 6.59 (eat
tt&liAof 2a.'a9 .feet, run ...thencenorUteasterly the cofethwest comer of said Township ,I Soutlv RaVige 22 East. ('minutes 49 seconds a distance .ef 120 feet. Tiin ftence North 1? degrees Towh&hlp'S So&tfi, Rangfe 22 East, -- It, Township 5, South,, Range easterly from the northwest corner' ct
along BaJd curve tiroush Section 3, said ptfBrt beteg n the arc as Described above, 524.05.fet.ta.the'nuTta One VVofhW4f J82 minutes 07 seconds Ej 3 0.27jftet )lying westerly- cf andttfttim 119 22 East. said section 12, .. .. V U _
*, ..ttitalcentral augie of ?o hegret* i of & ctfrVfe c 04 niSautisli CUfance of, 752.48 feetto" U radlns ef 67t).5rs tett fet ot fee interline cf the west lane feet ,Weterty from the Oortheast Corner O..at ;a pOUll i3 U.9 leei the end oi valu curve. rua thence t er- 'of State Road ZOO Section 2K01(11) n6'rthWest borhtir bf eaid use being described'a* 'follows: IU way. -
thence ttbm fc tangent <* BWfe OfSZtdSeettdnf4., (rein the vey m.-Bectoa 2m { ? 01 >iSad survey
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Dorothy Kld-
; SO 11ietreefl 38 ti* t v-* k. ru Sa kEWajf the 'ofSectioa OWNED BT: Agatha
KorUl degretft (3 (ulnutea ,09 eotncts r* Vnrfh LU L,. s&Kl V cenieriine LWIU UCBUIM** Containing O.Orj acres, more or! 8 c\ijh,2V ,? V .Beginning op the .,south. line beiagt'descrrbed as follewa:
East JiU.l* feet.to the beginning minutes 0Ith4sEadt run SotQvba as follows: : less, exclusive of.txbttng road rtgaifofwayi .i4.SO; ,14, Tbwnehip 5 South, Range tfegmaiag the eovth. tine ef Section fey Dlneea and tec-bubandOineen. ,- ira
01 -curve concave to Uie, westeny iJiat'tBre terty ,along 4'al4 curve 'Uirbtigh Vn'' Beg&niBg 'on A.the south shine of said V %yIugV easietty ot andV\ai .. ?? fi East at a point 66U feet westerly? IS, Township i Soath, Range 22 ,. .
'a ViSiua ol. ?1&,8 .feet. rua)angle ot ,4 degrees. 26 inhintesaecwds B Section 2%, at'a, potot,326.85 leeteasterly OWafED BT: George. Ethe 'md Ta.k.rcad.iit ol .way line bt the Thence tk'oriheabt riy along said xuxve a ,'distance Of .'4U.10 teet,'to olrpm. the >southwest corner his-wit fiethna, VL Kales tez'ane.o 4afctlan6; of 'State.Road I Section -14| run thence.North 16 degrees the boethweet Corner t>f said ttectionIt. That part oft V V
JLhtough total". Central -angle 0f 2* the end, .of %aid curve, .run Thence ol said v Section 'i6, run theuee .North SUBJECT iu: arortgaM ter ed ..ustln 2801 U14),201, eaid fcenuTruae 32 minutes i07 eeconds. Hast 'Ma' thenefe Ndrta. 1 06gee 59 Nifc bf N% M 8W% Cf
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oegrtta 4S tuftutes VI Wcoud 'a distance North 16 degrees 0 i minute* tls e ocnda 41 degree 07 aiautes.08 c6nds East ttoolt 41 ft pate m ia ternof, txing aeSctttwd.ai US:, 134I4I feet te toe beginning a minutes OS fefccoatls West 296.52 feet Secttoa 12, Toln&til* 6 South" Bangs"
'of 'JO S.u teet to.tte ena of said East 5093.37 fat to the north MStvO teetto the Point 'of Beginning Henry J. Kucera atM his'Vlfe Ester : Commence, 'oli the south line ef SeoVfoii curve eeneave tn a -westerly having to the begi'aaing bf 'a curve coniavet 22 East, i
mfrniesV'Os'pqdQr14 aet, ****. feet,easterly) from the .northwest toroer of i'fi 'curve -TOBcave; .to- the san So. tDt4'ktkbt eiMtayThat a pottt 3"2ei5.f9ei 'eistei'iy' northeasterly, aorta ana northwe terry run thence northwesterly', 119. tees of and (2) eaSterly 'tt and
reet'to the.De'gmnlng tH a- curve con- ot NKVi of sai. .Section .3, v ; westerly bavfeg a, kdWa et 1M5&16feeti part of j ,. V Irulu vnouthwesVcOer bf said tueng said carre tarovghaa angle north 'and northeasterly along said within: 55 leet 'of thb ftutftV flb of
.'cve to the easterly .ha\tng. a. tadiustf .Containing 0.& acres more or Ies& cnn tbe.ce orth e8tery) along Commencing at thV point 'wbere evqo a..t6.ji(1 the'nCe.North IS. 0902 ef 12'ctegreew 19 xainatea KO seconds curve through .a total bentral angle State, Road 200, Section im \Itt\
tWi.StS feet, Vun. thrice exclusive of existing road right ,ot said ,carve through a total >eeBtralangte The 'sooth line tit Section 26, TowBuaip i'e s uunu'tes "OS BeconOa East a distance ef 48.54 feetite the.eastfihe of 18 'degrees 28 minutes 44 seconds 201, said survey line beingescmei' "
eacteriy along eiid-tufve through aa .. ot 14 3 rmout| 01 thSilCe.eui,1Adegr Section 14 (west line of the end aa follows: -
way tierces 5 South Range 22 East intersects L9b.3t.f.tO a point, run of said a distance of 1847.92 feel to "
ae of Wegree* JO intoutes Sj.'eec4 ;- OWNED,BY ; XngeW Meti- a-his seeeads. a distance '*-29U.J7 feet the west line,. of the right. of way 2 JnfriUtft it tec0R4 Section 13* Township 3 Siotottt, ttang of said cone, run thence North 16 V.-Beginning; on the south'lute' ot Sec*
tn4 'distance 'ot it'b.iro feet to the w4fe Uary Oddi to the'en M aM curve, tvn'theace W S. A.-L. Railway thence run.northefly EasV i teet to the JfoYnt of Bagmuuig ft Ekst). 'at U point Uii.37 feel degrees 29 minutes 36 seconds East tion. 12, Township V 5 is Scuta, ip&'ffftt
north line of. said SMo rlO, at I 8KD 'is. l7ttt.Ug4k et Way north 11 degrees :Jl jntentts* Of Seconds --along the west We of a.a14-Bail- *ot test lane cth ertinb said nOrthtny froni the hthweet'' terser 3045.83 feet to the beginning of a Cast at a point feet 1\ eaitetly
pomt hvo.nfett eaxt rly from, ihebonhvest That part of: ., ,% '- -. t East 1239.58 feet to the toegianflftfe way right 'of way.tor a dlataace of point oeing the beginnmg bf t curve cf said Bectlon 13, tBence trom a tanieVtt curve concave to the.easterly havinga from the, southwest corner, t 'Mud
Corbet 'of tald_Section 10. ..Thenorth V llf yarfiu vf.KfcH QtSWi4 *f 'ftjcbro Hmctvk ,utitufnlng *.3Si 'acre sore t>r lead, thU IteS teat -of State RoadNo. Raving ft.'radius: of 1519.71 -ICet Ihenc6 rim. west to.the e&stright> ot 5' r4atii'n of,1145b.10.fe ui'tnie tromataigeut mintfes 47 fecbnds East continue along said curve through gree 69 08 begtnnlng.-o't West.
exclusive tit road 't1gbt.o13M.A.add 1 Township i8ith. thfeJice nttttheasterty alotg Skid of. North 31 grtaa Bald Cure tnroilgh.. of 15 minutes 47aecond 296. 2 feet to the, .,
.eilstips 200 fiectioa rtfti Way line of State Road 200 (U.t S. : bearing northerly Ijdng an angle 3 degrees the JV za'b3nga
Ringe It East. : .. -, ( V burVe Th1'Oh a Vottl central -angleol 301) ,thence 'run- Southerly along 4hi 01 .minutes OS seconds East Pub an angie bt.t degree li minuies' >5keconas a -distance, 326.31 feet to curve concave.to easier
6729.58 thence
Er> *:; ; 5r., lytngeast of aid -irtthis 1H feet 3 Agrees $% mfofrtes OS seconds a east line of said State Road;20Cor nbrtheaBteriy along said un-e throtigb a distance bt. .26-H feet to Lfie northline of Mild Section 12, ati radius of feet, run
'hi* wife ilftdred E. Shadd ot the iftrVty. tin tf,State Road 2MSeCtfoh distance of 212.28 fet to.the fend.ef a distance ,of i d40 feet .theaoe run a total Central angle V>I if oegreea aa 4ie end pf said curve, run thence point 1366.59 feet easterly from the' northwesteriy. north and hortheasti
bhD $ vs ktli% S jysiy V 211(1t4)2S1. 'said survey said, carve'and, the beglnnttrg bf a easterly' .to said point ef egunaItg, minutes: 01. seconds a dUlande of29i6.6l.fe.et'tq North 1.degree 59 minutes 08 seconds D rthweiit corner of said,-Section 12, Oily along said curve through a tptal
bXategnntht r. V ,.. ttte tfetfig de Kbed asloHows: COTV* tontavia to Vie : eaterry iat- vlying easterly ,<< and 'tthia:41: $ the end.Vt said Curve ed ,*07.LS feet ta the north line of Containing 1.197 sx-re wore or leas, central angle of 18 degrees 2S,falnute eet*
ttthe trorthwest corner Beglftning ten Oft sottth hue cJ BeCtion tug \ tadiOB W 8818.71 Yet, run feet of.the survey line of State Read and east lane cehterHae, for purpose iaiu JSection. 13. at a point X.4 ( feet exclusive of existiag road right of 44 secondaa'dista.nceoC. 1847.92tothe
of E4 tf NW 4 ttt.stf?ft. of Section 3, ,Township I Sotth. RangB.22 thence hOrtBchsterry J6hg said Curve 200, Seedoa. -28e1(1i4)4S1 eaM -survey of releeueeihithhCe ftotth 73. de ituslerty front the ,nerthweU corterMisaia -way.rUWNED.- V end ef said eurve, run
minutes K sec*
10. Township ( South, Kange 22 Eastkii4 Kaat at a poftt im.lt teet tairterryttom a distance of ,,262.28 feet to the 2nd line; being describe >as lotfowa rees Zl tnfnutls.53 W6ohds West 22 tefcction.U- ,- r i iCoumimng BT J. & S.-EuBfce and North 16 degrees 29
rim, aonfo .a dUtaace ot 525 ton .East > d tance.cf. 316toUrft SecUon 3. said point netog'.on the Mepi lana.centerluie, thence, for puVpos Seetiea 2B> Townsbip 5 'Soatk, 'Itant minutes oecn.. East 107J.DS fttt cik5iVe M estatiBg read J i&it Stsay. ? u. lit; HMtignt ef Way of 'a Curve concave to the ea ter*
V et West sight Of way Hue -of a .curve Concave, to "pje 'easterly ot reference run S uth.73 elrees 27 tt Last *t a- point 626.15 ten tasterly -- 19 the,north lin* ol said SeV416n 26, __ 'j/ j i I That paH of: ly having a radius of 5729. $ feet said
1d State Roaa.lJ. thence northerly having a ramtis ot 5729.57S feet, minutes 52. fiWonds feast t feet, Vua from the ertttfeBt corner of KddSectioa at a point 2960.5 tefet easbsrli; IrbmnorthweU : OWNED BT: J. E. WaH and kUiffc .That portion 'of Lot 56, WoodUwn run thence northeasterly along V
ojik road Meht of .way .e tuoe thence. 'from a bjigent beirfnte.ef thence South 16 degrees 32 ninnies 56, rca thence ..taerth31 ,c6rner 6t said Section i ttalel Walki V V -Sectioa It, Township 6 South, curve through' aft aagte' of I degrees
br14Lt* f thence rnu'wen a flls- north A degree,Is in'utno1s 10 tkt- 07 .secondsi' West. '775.42.feetto the green 07 taftmteS fTI6 eewn'ds Eabt20M.T3 SUBJECT TO: ilortgage recorded -R&age22, El.et, lying west ot State IS minates 47 Seconds a distance: of
tac f 44 fet to the..point.ol b f East run northeasterly Uong ertbUne .of -said,.Section .2V at a feet to the beginntnfe bt iattirv onViMng C.ilfacVes; ffflore tir I S'BIidu ia fttfok 89at Page 329 in (aver ef Road tft>. 2VO (formerry State "Road 326.31 Section feet 'at to the north tine 18 6.59 M laid feet
LAbUT EXCE'T, said curvePvroigh.4n angle ol,! degrees point4W0.8 feet easterly from the dencaVb To Kortheasteriy lve ol fexlstmg .rttStt r11t V ifa W. R. Strickland an* kin-wife,,- Role li'e.V13); AL Q: V 12 a pOint ctrner
gil ht the .northwest c6rnrofofNW4tfW 2( inmates 28 seconds a ,oi- Berth Weat- comer of said Sectioa 28AI having ft radius tot 76X5.437' feet, tan V BtrfcWandi .. X }>4 of SE>4, 't>f SE% ot SecfloaII. easterly Section front the 1! northwest V
% of S ctlon ii, tatceoC4l4.10 leet.tQ4 tbe end et : acres ,
ohp 4 $O'4tb, Ralige Eat.South. said curve ruaQieace KoVth.ls.fleCT ,f.A4&reet of land la s0di08 12 and through an. angle bf 3 .degreea y } wffe Vivian Starling.lKl hIS turn, u&ry D. statoa. aao described as Lot 20, \Vbodlawn, of
u.. 3 5.0 fe't. theie East s. & ..minutes OS S00fld Eat 13' Township f eeuth. Raoge 22 East fefh\itfe 49 becon'ds .a 'discanci of > >-e.lili: IsVWgmt 61 Way 4kbe. 163-ft Kigkt it Way In Section .11. owaship 5 South, exclusive 'of. existing road right
JV.fettJt6>e t r ght ot way Jtoe *0>J.S7-feet to the north linecot Bald ast4 acribe& abeve H4.W feet to the north fee. oti., V14 That ziart of Ihat-pVrtfet: -V Range 22 East, according to map of OWNEb Bt Sehna EiiniCb tttra
691 feet easterly aad. within 55 feet Section t& '.......... Of *f LbtW. WowlRiwnIn recorded Records ; ,
eectiea. 3 at a voint lying j 5VVitIV of ct s&ld .2 at a, potnt. 6.teet .-- eegin ai ouuuit n. Tfekt portfoh rVbodlawn in Public 'indhr
tttheib' ctrQn,. *,Ionk w08tlght from the northwest corner, ol fJEUot and west -of-and with* US feet of Wefterry from the. northeast corfe thanliilar Lot 1 ot Towh ol Late SecWoA 13TbwhbBlp 6 Ko6th. of Bradford .tourity,. Florida.. M. Lane btthtaHa"her, J.KUs-A.
t1 L7 flVtM Roa u A;V. said Section 3, .. V the survey slim of state Road 200. f el SWH.61 said Section 26, i according to map or plat''tHereot! ts Range 22 Eat lying west ot ScatioardAfrline 'lying Westerly-of and within. 119 Lane band,,B.Essie L..VGreei.M, Ureen UhL*nd tad
200. 321,95: ffea. Uehce West ISt'SIeL Containing 8.S1I acres more or less.o Bectloti *841(1145251. Bftld nurve ybtfhR Containing 0.380 acres more or les&eiclosive a the same a'pp&fa ot rfecoW'b the olrfic 'fta.lM.ad aad %aat ef State feet of the eurvav line ot State Road ftary.Bar 'H.
her hui.bandT. L.
-p6lnt ''of beginning, aiid.Jyhigia 'elciunive < ousting, road right of line described as fellows: .. of existing road right bt, .of jhe erk of tlfAiit.CoMrt Cf Road No. ZOO (formerly Sute.Read ZOO. Section 2'S01 (114) 201, said Eunice, and ,his Vie tlertrudeEunke 4,
VI ii&t&west c *t jVg. of "Section 10, Township S OWNED- BTt' etanfcyoi; ViS r tien IS. TowasMtt.i Smth. Range 22 .OWNED T: F..R\ Carraame.aad. Book C. on ,Pas i and run, ''southerly to map /WJdajrh| .%'Wcb, !teld : V J S. JEunfc'e, Jr.and JL hi* Irtte,
2 st. SUBJECT TO: Mortgage -.j'ecord4dIS East U 'a- pnlnt 1916.37 feet aortherlt ti Lie Mbrrea Carredine, along the west edge, of Stale .Street map Is recorded upon ttte.'poMic.re S Beginning, oa the south-line bfBection. Francys Eunice, Seuaa Norton
'JyJnKw* terly of .Jtnd. "witiin S5 Book 3S fct.fagt 49inV.ttYOCIt: from the ,southwest corner of bald SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorde4ia 80feet. to. the ,Berth.West .corner Cf cords pf Bradford County, Florida, 12,. Township 5 South, Range aad her N. bi tki band.it9-1t rndle'klgkt A- Norton,
V tet. of the cetethe f XentEt&t.1toid first Federal SaTlnm mnd fcoan ABSO i Sectloa IS, tid.'pomt bfe&'t on Uearc.of Book.27-.at page 49&4nhvo? of State wid Jackson Street*,. thenefe A ?01 V it 22EaSt at t-pit 848 feet sateiy 8ED of *t Way
fo6. Section 01(114)201.. ctetton of ataeaviUe .and otgnge cirvft coacate to the.'weSter- Standard Oil Cepany.L ,westerly aiosg the aorth edge ef said Commencing at the. northwest.corner front th southwest corner of said That part and Lot; 10 tf .Road
sa.14 t nterHne. being described .&5fn1I recorded ta Bock 39 at page 175 to I Iravor ry huVikf a. fadito of .315.57 feeV.tMhce 6&TJJK9. 14b Klght M Way I Jackson Street 1160 feet t. the west of land. in. Lot 25, Section 13, Sectho* il. ron thence North 1 le- Lot T West ef Ract,
-4,. 01- 'APUSL--------V------.;&5IW "uu---a 1.1 < Io& .'a tahfent Bearing of That part rf: t i|4ia.ot'ta-'runniBg..inidway between Townahip S South, Range 22 East, me.V 59 jniaatea ,08 Beconds Went Section 1!. TownshIp 6.South. '
ob. the south line of. the wife Caroltae Caastato. north 4 degrtM 12 m utti 42V secf, ,-parpel of V land in-V the' Btnrtheast Mrove una Pine Streets, thee now owned by L. B. Tanner and run 296.52 foot ttfae beginning of a curve 22 Bast, inil wlrhm... 119
NE i ot b'erttah K. Township sub *... ne>Btm Bight: of way// onda Bttt: V *a tforthfrry along saI3iv4 eeraer'ef the NW>4 Of.8W4Et.8- BOttSerly tdeBg tbe went e4e of ml north>*lobg the.east aide tuf State coKeave-< the. easterly having a lyng westerly R ead
South, Range IS. East at a pulat Thktat.tofVV.' 11SEtt th'rtfiga ah bufefe bt \ fe ees lion *5. TDWastaB >5 Booth, Range 21 alley ft* feet UJ th 'soath ime of ml Road No. 13, 105 feet-.thence east to radnaT i $729.68 feet, rna thence feet of the survey tine of State sail
il>.;V red esterly from the SouUVait'coraEr et 8WK, '*&& ef Start Reid 11 minutes 55 feteonds i distance ol East and-more varticalarly deitffbedas ti.bhfguat.VVL0t 1; V taent* easterly, a- the-rfchi Bt way 'f s.fA. L, Railway, nonkwettetty, riorth and northeasterly 200, Sectioa 2801 1114) 201. iur-
.fet NK 4 o .NE ot s&ldl *06. Itedioa 3, .TownAfp ( South, 326,24 feet to the endof kaid. curve foHows: Vat IMig the sown ttftX Mid Lot 1, 1160 tftenct .Boath along, the< went side of ateiqr said curve throogn a total cen vey IWe' fteteg described as ftrtlowi:
l ecttoa tS, run thence uprtn 10. dei. : !2 Eaft, : run th'eMcfe ;North; 1 egr>e J9 V min.ttes Btetn the BOttttiiast eorair bt tin M float- bMlimtar'al*> 'dia- Ute Mid right \>f way'ef Uftiaant B. teat 'angle of 18 degree 28. minutes Beginning ten the south line of eec.-
rtfea 49 .minutes 0. seconds tact lying *astHy or 'ana Vitam ftC .0* ftendsht 3077.1* to the NW% 6f 6 4 *f 8ectWh 26, t na) lot 1 tth% T6wa ( Larley.SccoMinf A. Railway to tire notth* st cerner 44'eeceids U dtetance 1817.92 feet tion 12, TownshIp 6' South, ftaoieIt
102SJD5 : toet to the beginning' M a teat bf the survey Ifcfe f State ROd ;.he O'Tt1XI '.or, aw; Section 13isQuUi Township & SArth, RADfee t2 Ckst, to %map 'or plat thereof fti \>t land now owned fey L.'S. Tan to the wd of'saId curve, ran thence Etiit mthe it a eotrthweat point' ;18 corner fett iet nstalytr tai; <2
to>v .conc&vft to the ,'easwrty having 200,. SeAlon tSfllHlDlvl.- 'survey. liAe vt %cWa 12. Towlmlp tfceircfe. run bofrth 0 aegrtes it. mintetes same .appeaft *t rMUrd la 'the .r>Kiceot Mfr. theses 'u'feit Itintha taortk has North 'is degree$ 29 minutes 76 ecbfWs ''tie
Section 12 thenee Nortfc 1
a tadlua ol Hl.iJ. feel ran thence .Ifae tiiig Described-as loUowBT | Soya. Range 22 Easl). at X Point wfeet tfcr2.i! ftet td. feast tinS' the Clerk ot CirMt Court, ofadford fcoVowned by s.'Taiwer.to the EAst SXI45.85 feet to the beginning S3 mtnUtes ran 44V Ce ncr(3iea( terty atong said cue through ., Beghmlng j>a the B udi line otSectloa 8.48: leet easUrly from the.South-west of Hgnt bt Vfay ot State Roal No.. CountyFlorida, in.Bt 4 W>inl %t beginhInaiM land tyiag 'of a Currecohca'e to the east- gree tfci tt
LWtat, central angle ot 20. degrees 3, Townsntp i &IitbV R&hgd_ corner of saii Section,J 2. run thence 20*. thence rtn %bnth 32 degrees itrMnte'S jok C, Page,3. except the portibn W lEd tfftgin life soVtw rt portion irly ni'$Wg a radius of 5729.58 feet, 296.52 teet t* *eastSrl'tegfaAtag *
01 !flts n distance x>f $f.4S feet East ** '' tont E>HMte i\w.L- Norfh-1 dgr e- 55 ,tt&utfea,0 ,sec* wfest akg iiaid >at V rfefabf said diaiehal Lot 1lying 'dfrecttt ef Vtfi. 25, Townshi* B South. -Range run-'thence northeasterly along said cnhre k radius concave of fl2.4S to the feti ran fcaVing-thehc
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10, the end of said' curve, ran. thence 'eodThst cOIDhC ti&stcttt "West ZCSfl feet to the ,begln A fetite RoaA 206 U mapped and
1r flont thb bads way -line .Nqs south of and.id&h&r the Nfcii. pfNWV 2 East: ,.in VTqMlawn carve through an angle of 3 degrees n6te north andnortheast*-
north '30 degrees S3 njlntiiea OS BBC* 3. nad ot be'dik' on The hc niag et a curve concave tp.the 'eastefly.havk for 180.6 feet, .thence-Von n0nh I) Section. -Towashtti \ &0tk'R '"- &Wtfa tie' pablie records of 15 minates 47 seconds a distance Bl song y. ,thi'ofukbttaI
Bald cnm
bntti St2403Ifeet; t6 tire betl- VI A curve concave *w tli ,eaert7 ,a-radiu oi,,6729.58 ,fet degrees l rnfiuites east for 97.0 lest nge 22 EasV 3so the $Vi of NWU | '.__.'ord-Coan'ty, Florida, 326,31 feet to the ,Aorta line of said erly, i8 Wnites
ii :.& toltyi} ttfmcaTe:to th* wed- having a. radius. ot .5721578. fett..tr6iav. rtn ithM>o orth idf"north ea 'td the pbmt of begiunftig ,, ._ .t tfV'N *geetion 23, ,Tewn8ty ijVj .;lying'Easterly pf-ahd ; *ftfen .4; Section 12 at a point 1366.59$ feet central 46 seconds angle a.aistaiicts Of 18 flegreea o 184t.i; eet
ely ha'tng V& e4tus o teet, .tkageatbeaWngNorth tkrwigh. en anglp 111 41th 2i-.Eatk ,1 wk thv% .thin of State. Road "
theice ft along eaUtcttfve lyingeasterly ctndwitWa & age .. v ; feet 'pf easterly from the northwest comarot jend"ol.Sail >ve rSfe Tha3ICeV
r uv> thence ortheasterry aWjr, 'sat- Iaetees.38: teiAteS .40 sec* of 18 d ereea fuhHiteaU secondiBtam Feet of the survey liha-ot State Road L $ oCiiwe: erlyi?|.an-d..w4thla ||, 269. pecUon 7801 1114) ttl. kaidgat- said Section 12,. to the. 16 degVeeJS 29 cu minutes'3i tec*
curve through a total central angle of oada East .rin toortteasteSr aloag -et.lS47.92rfeet.-t e. en 200, 8 cliaa 2801 flli)2OLea4Aeur.Va feet and (2) lying easterly of and to Thy' )lngrbetlig. 'described is followi..Begtnnihg,6n V Containing 1.161 acre's more or less, North ond East. S04S.8Sftct to the begin.
todegrees 4&minates 01 seconds a said curve .tkrougk ah, ,angle.bf4 ofiaM: !wuvft, ran, taeae North 1 line being described to f U wst.BeglaaJng. weater1e-right 'of V way t1e .tVt- -, ..threbouth line cf exclusive of existing road right of sing*.'of a carve 'coacati to the east
distance ot'.2075.00 feet to the tad 4 greea 24 minutes 28.seconds a. dfc- iregrees 4 9 mtat .M secoods East -. en th ouHi line x>f, SeoUoa > eeat tne Road1hGi ft the etterunI Section 14, Township 6 Sotroi Range .-. having at 721.3* feet.
pf-Bald. ttrve rua theac.North 10 anon .l 44ii0.1Te\to, th end tot 4&V85 feet.;to -befieniiig et ..acnrvk Towmhip *v S nth, Basal ?1 .-VB,, .<=o p. fttate-ftoad 200,, 22Eaiat a:point 161.2 feet westetW OWNED BT: ISSIE. Eacco V erly thence',a ortheaaterl7 ridlns!. ;attg ah2
degree* ,t& tomutea 08. seconds East said curve, run thence' north ,16 ckvgre tbaetva to. tsft., outhe M nyhivttig Eastatl (nt K$.85 'teet Section 2801 (114) 2ljisaid west from the,southeast corner 'of saId ., S1B.TETTO; Mortgage recorded run angle of 8 tfeJi
.T5.3.Vtet to toe begtanms >t a a S r iitttes.. Ok.second- East a.radftm.et 17tLI4ft *4* from the southwest comet; VeanteryI II I lane centerline being, aeseriBrt fts Sfcttoa 14, theice NerOx 16 degreea m Book 27 at Page 455 I'favor ct carTe miauUB through aa second-a'Ctetanc,
curvV condve to Uie easterly havfogIt 6093.37.feetto: ao41n4.id thi** :nora a terty: abet said -earvefBMtgh BeetiOB tt, nit thee tortk 41 te= WKJwfertj ? ti miBBtes ,07 Becoada'' EaW Mary 47 the ncrthl ie' of midSection
radtos tf St29.5t8 tee )'tnt. the Section 8Kata-pomi t91 feet easterly Vh aaie t* 4 4 nortfteasierJy alopg said curve through ftfltn. theiBerthweat corner .ol VT -'KBbonas' U dlstilee of I2C.I1 2624.73 feet to the beginning, iajevrv 'D)6a23v TtmAlp c.totfth; flute curve concave to V the westerly-baTYIZi That part of: V 12 at. a northwest Pint cXat
from the corner
n'.ingle o( I degrees M V Intttates 32Woods St said ertrm: 3,, f- fet lo the nortJt- n* of s&id fiectton > concave--t i The inorthwfrstertynavtax !t East %t%>oiht ea.I feet easterly ot. OJf8ifeeXr B thence 8* of NWtt ot SWK knows t8 easterly
.a;: flisubc pf 150.90 feet' tet 6'ethinte .623 crea jncre SF 4eis.ef 12t't: plAnt int.fl.fMt easterly' radms-t)! 7CIM37 frtttHn I &h t1' soathw f turner St Bald northeasterly, north and- northwester* Lot 61 in Woodlawn as same IB plat sa Section 2.863 IX terra tnore.V V ku.Itc4ml's ,
'porai'm of aald Section .J'O, at ht4uM %. *listing read right, bfBT fro th* ttof&ft 6t'dbrner cf wld thence nordWMtbrttalanf laid *nrve Section 23, hft'taenA North rt tte*! ly aloBT.-eaid'oirte tkrougi an,angleC ted' ta Current Public Records cf Containing of exiattog roa4. right.r of
L 4nt.190.1).teet easteny from the 'sty. 'fV f.VOWE1 through an angle of i QegrecB 63 inin- Stt* 52 ifcaAtM T'tMoffA Eastiu1t Vtvtegreet 19. miftute 29 seconds Bradford Oin t'. Florida to Bection v. .
fewest Corner .of said Section lhV : : fV h. AMem* .4d SIcoa1i1i4 ?*>*. moft or *t849se6<5b5s a V 1stSiYjfc h bt IJ4.65 'pt i $?kit Wa ThaheNbl fc tMaace M 618.54 feet to Ute east Township s Sooth. Range 22. East, way.OWNED BT- : Mtie ,S.;.j.We Wears j- /
'ttitnInT 6.0ti atrtfc moft Mfc wire Eftfc-AMermate-jaud/or E. less, exclusive of exRtfeg toed rbti feet6 th% ftortt ttafrX SWU VI'fiaid I tz Uere 27 ITh'ufte% 2 See- line of said Section 11 4tL.1StVC of; txlstmc, road right. bat. SRt'eMeM.tl ... : Section <26. ,at "a 'Point 6T6.43 reelWestt'Iy *hcCnIL Towafih*. 5 Scats,,Range The East half W northeast qairterat SUBJECT TOr ladraent frecdMed
Kk liS-Xtnt If W47Thktartb V ow.hn BYr Btt .J ot** Irttft the %ortHeast Winer ot tt East).. *t. a pomt '1916.37 feet the !onthea t qaaher of Section In Cot* hat Pare 171, hi fzvorot
and ?: MH-.U S4 It HW .Sect** *6. ,. 6ai4.-J. >emtJ feeing tie, bfegftinJng ot, taeorver flpnneny fto* ttie" sod*west1:comer Eleven .Township Five, South, Range Wunara fim-lliat and Ma irtfe,
lofth Magyar!. Jr.r bttkM 1* 'the J.uVc.1 'ithltetliV' 4Wa. at Wat ntafhing O.ISi Acres nabr or less ncace/t4 the"weaterlr.havlalrft. T ftaId, Section U"Ottnce trom ftDeannfr TwatT-twe East, Everyft T. JL SnefflnfcRD .
) o' ti BVifet M Umy .of Reit 166-), Township I oath. That'aTtot: icizh' tf'tilsflnr road -rfent.of II I rftdii -of>lli |:U Mttkenc*Jrora t'ngent XX- KoHh 4 degrees lying U) werterly of and Within .V.: m htgfct; et Way
'thaI tart of: ., '1nhi.t2 EastBrafllbra tT.t' 'nt portion o t1ie.M t3t.WMtt ay la.Unseat bearisf, V-N6rth 1C degreea li rt'StnAea -seconds ast'c46tlnBnoTt 129.teet and. (2) easterly of and with That part of: V .
) cttba t1 th Z __cfrSniftig 1 Sh& --ttfty-tou*: tfeg; ? $ tte' toao. OWNED B>T '*lietaa. V 4tntntea1 sends East TUB northssMrly "- err attttfe s&ld turre. tfcrcmgB in 55 'tet of the urvy line of' State A strip tot Hftd 6J9 fttt VISa
of SW% of Sectjon S. .TUW1tth. ?dtns k(Is 4) afr>s and kiss ct05 3 Itt** Sfl 3U. k1.1Zht.f V .'a1en.aMwve.- tkroBgh 1* a angte'tf'l'd'egrees'll mbufttl 6$ rtfo& 200. Section 2801 tlI4) 201. north ah'd aeatk lyln* 6 w ea
South. Range IS V2 at. which lies west ] htiot bartfcakrty '&aCt'The tt tel- 301 and 'Wj4 02 SW1t bf That part.ot: t U 'p t totd..eent ** sntlei. f 4 legree* 12.Ji seconds .a distairSe.bf i2l-5* teetUfe le eild'ftirvey line being ceacnbea MtoJow State Read Not 13 'and Hght et way
'of hiihwajc.NlJ ftj.BtB.4IoW, Coua* b'c'E' _nof fieetion 34,, & Tkatj portion I SWU distanea'' wBJB todBt aM V' A ; ot Sekboara AfHiBe-Ballread la.the
t1ojia V Commence at eThtT: I' 5.46 titlts.bge V," ; JaftV lyig lying, west oRailwayoffiecn< II *45.14rem4te- tettd ef.tgid cotVe, North 1 degree 69 minute*.03 tecends ., Beginning oh ,The ,BOath .fine bf SK of NEK of 8W* ef --aeeho-.
fcitnriienw al a. eonaSTtf'JribS neit of aforementioned Section $J*'pot nsteyet&fldn 11I, ei2Cf 46 .Township I id1VthS 4inaig ft'cam.cBiicave Went 1077.11. feet, to- the ,rfe5rtk Ji&efcald Section. 1 1. Township 5.. South Range tV>waaal 6 OtSV Rantt.Jf taat.:
set atJUre rttrthwest *brftfot SEU ot beginning and ran' thence.Sdecree Qh ?he irvey 7 if gtata R4 200.. south.-.R.nji,U ? rt, -4 w f j: & o j gt'l> if k ..point *.4$ 22, East.at a- point 8.18 feet easterly lying easterly of and within ifeftef
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of 8WH- -naUp, ISouth. an4A njinytes. e.a'loL eUim tT4.14)4ue) 4 .nrve line ,1ytegwBte.rly tit.ah4 wtthn C5.te 1 I iifltt eit It1I5a *V Bortheaaterttreoga 1'rt tPttHyIfl t OUI# ct- from -the sbulhwe comer ,6t. said of the nro* ;Bneot Stall z0a*'
tnge128 *W. tnfciefc run pia easterly boundary Ja- seine dehd *s: toUowi V5 of.Uw eaterim *t th .vtst has fei f a total net of said tinI'If. .-. Swifco It, roa.. thence North ltleFTee ZOO Section 2801 South r egW 5 taMhttes' an Inn *) dstu1e ot ll7feMJothe to-Read >tei.- ctJoB,281, (lit] fiiVR'l1 of egg.l3ibiutte 1CLtunbug S14j ae1'esIfll'e 'dt ?Us.fCisZtYOV 69 minutes 08 seconds 'West Use fefeur V deeerifted at lot-
for & distance o.f JJij,Jeet( ..to, nn iron aentlwrty j.boon anr I oluth'e.rtgnt, jofvty UOB, 44 (H. centertlne-ing, deacrftedas I *t n&tsta-t ta5i5t3.lt'f tV of i1iti 'r4 r-bt. ciuwa7 2 f.t feet to the beginning of ftemrveiWncave 16W5V ? ,, -
stake for a tx ontt MttoalOT.. Ukefect ef a>; grad:, oontr road- ran atst.mt.i voiBt *4Jt feet es&rl run South 7( degrees It- minute* east the eefioutB:. 81. fegreea 'IL minutes from the Boitneast w er. *f OnnAmce *B toe tewth line rrf See< west lafub c5iute4ihne. foe' nirposOrSt I .QW1E1S BY' Ciatdi a Barboartad a radius of 5729.58 feet ran thence Section 1; TemBht !i.*
lor a distanoe vt *8U feet to ai weat alenc caM aoth'1ibicahdar7' .E-wM-geetlens k: run lion 26. Township f 2 'eV5-u41th,7I-tr*$.*1 M -ibrbbV.. nerthwerterty, north ui *Crth5t" (Coatmuea a'a.eht .gn)









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PAGE FOURTEEN UJFaBD'COUNTY TELEGBAPB FLORIDA JUNE, 195*
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91 feast at a point 1366.59 feet eastrly :Section line dividing Section I, wife Ida Strickland Griffin.: Township 5 South. Range % Book I at Page 442 In favor Containing 0.667 acres more or of a lateral ditch survey line, said 1 Point of Beginning of said ditch

from th southwest corner of 'Township 5 South Range 22 East SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recordedIn described as follows: I X. Yarbrough less exclusiveof existing road ditch survey line being described I i survey line run thence South 7*

ai said point being on ,and Section 36. Township 4 South. Book 6 at Page 377, mId by Commence on the south i S B8r8w Pit right of way. as follows: I
arc of a curve concave to the Range % East and west of State Charley E. Johns. Section Z. Township 5 ] \ PIT DRAIN LEFT 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 iS.11 Road 200 and being in Section SRD Ike. IMl 288 % : Range Z East at a point 110-J-84J7 (PAT) his wife Mary Melt Section 14, Township I south 58 minutes 07 seconds West

feet: thence from a tangent 1. Township 5 South Range % feet easterly from the part of: SUPJECT TO: Interest I any of Range 22 East at a point 561.2 feet 256.89 feet, run thence South 7J
Jag of North 19 degrees 45 minute East. BORROW PIT XO. Z, AND HAt'L corner 0said ,Section 26,' % of SWU of NEU of Sec Jack Hodge wie Elisabeth westerly from the southeast cornerof degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds West

2} seconds East run northeasterly lying westerly of and within 119 ROAD LEF OF STATION' thence North 31 degree 07 ; 16. Township 6 South Range Hodge. said Section 14. run thence North 620 feet, run thence North 73 degrees -

along said curve through an'angle feet of the survey line of State -!- utes 08 seconds Eat 2634.73 SRD Xo 253 DraInage 16 degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds 55 minutes 53 seconds West

of. .3 degrees 56 minutes 13 seconds Road 200. Section 2401 ,(114) 2U1, That of: to tha teglnnlc curve each Bide of and within 10 LATERAL Eu.eat East 1347.83 feet to the beginningof 4SO feet to the Point of Beginning
distance of 393.CS feet to the end said survey line being described SEU of NWU of NEU of Section cave to of the Borrow Pit Drain sur- STATION DTCI LEF a curie concave to the westerly of the parcel of land hereinafter

of* said curve. run thence North follows: 16. Township' 6 South Range 22 : radius of 7639.437 feet. run line, said drain survey line That part of: having a radius of 3015.57 feet, described, run thence North 66 degrees -

23" degrees 41 minutes 3> seconds Beginning on the south line of Eat described as follows: I, northeasterly along of, said described as follows: SWU of SEU (West of State run thence northeasterly and north 11 minutes 53 seconds West

East i49.1 feet to the north line Section 1, Township 5 South, Range on the east line of through an angle secojufS 3 on the east line of Road 200), of Section ,34. Township along said curve through an angleof 148.55 feet, run thence North 73
of' 1. at a point 1477.24 22 East at a point 1366.59 feet Section 16. Township 6 South Range 'I minutes 56 a 16, Township 6 South 5 South Range 22 13 degrees 47 minutes 09 seconds degrees 55 minTMes'53 seconds West

feet westerly from the northeast easterly from the southwest cor- 22 East at a point 264.02 feet 153.0 feet 29 minutes runt thence 12 seconds 23 East at a point 264.92 lying (1) left of and Jut 30 a distance of 725.57 feet to the 31 feet more or less to the west

corner of said Section 1. ner of said Section I, said point beIng southerly from the northeast cor- feet. thence North southerly from the northeat feet of and (2) right of and with Point of Beginning of said ditch property line of parent tract, run
-, Containing 0.289 acres ,more or on the arc of a curve concaveto ner of said Section 16. said point 16.4 20 minutes run 12 seconds of said Section 1. Bld in 20 feet of a lateral ditch sur- survey line, run thence south 81 thence southeasterly along said

less, eclusiv of existing road the easterly having a radius of being on the arc of a curve con thence being on the arc of curve vey line, said ditch survey line beIng degrees 15 minutes 02 seconds East west property lint 22 feet more or

right 5729.58 feet. thence from a tangent cave to the southeast having a 735 feet 39 run minutes 12 South : to the southeast having a described as follows: 30 feet, run thence North 88 degrees less to a point 170 feet North 72

OWNED, BY: R. L. Prescott bearing of North 19 degrees 45 radius of 5729.578 feet. thence froma grees to the of of 5729.578 feet, thence Commence on the south line of 24 minutes 58 seconds East 153 degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds West

EHD Ne. 180-R Right ef Way minutes 23 seconds East run northeasterly tangent bearing of South 1 degrees 88 of feet Borrow Pit:Pint 6, run a tangent bearing of South Section 34, Township 6 South feet to the end of said ditch survey from the Point of beginning, run

That part of: along said curve throughan 58 minutes 44 seconds Welt North 16 degrees 20.minutes U Si minutes 44 seconds Range % East at a point 691 feelealerly line, thence South 73 degrees &5 minutes

'Commence on east side of State angle of 3 degee 56 minutes run southwesterly along said curve onds East 450 run : run southwesterly along said from the southwest corner Containing 0.028 acres more or 53 seconds East 170 feet more or
Read No. IS where the middle line 1 seconds a 393.69 feet through an angle of 9 degrees 09 South. feet min' through an angle of 9 de- the SEU of said Section 34. less. exclusive of existing road less to the Point of Beginning

running east and wet crosses said the end of said curve run thence minute 35 seconds a distance of seconds West 450 3 09 minute 35 seconds a run thenee North 16 degrees 05 right of way. Containing in aggregate 2.245
road and run North feet; thencerun North 23 degrees 41 minutes 36 seconds 915.97 feet to the end of said curve South 16 degrees feet run of 95.5 feet to the end minutes 08 seconds East 110.63 BY: plaude B. Barbour acres more or less.

east to right of way of Seaboard East 5490.73 feet to the North run thence South 10 degrees 4 seconds 450 feet. run cure. thence South 10 feet to the Point of Beginning of OWED Ruby Barbour. OWNED BT: Rayonier, Incor

Airline Railway approximate line of said Section I, at a point minute 09 seconds West 262.53 North 891 Wet 39 minutes minutes 09 seconds west sid ditch survey line, run thence SRO vlfe Drainage Basemen porated.

ly-12 00 feet: thence south along the 1477.24 feet westerly from the feet run thence South 88 degrees onds Eafet 450 feet to the, feet run thence South 88 North 73 degree 5 minute 52 seconds e.:6. LEFT OF STA fcRD No. 293 Right of Way
ftald right of way of Seaboard Airline northeast corner of said Section 1, 46 minutes 09 seconds West 1147.40 Beginning of Borrow Pit No. '22 minutes 09 seconds west 7.1 feet run thence TIOV 489-1-81.90 That part of:
Railway 315 feet: thence run Containing 0.771 acres more or feet run thence North 01 degftes ALSO .' feet run thence South 02 North degre minutes 62 That part of: Start at the NE corner of the
1200 feet to point of beginning minutes 51 seconds West 65 feet ; 13 minutes 7 NWU of SWU of SWU of Section
west 51
less. exclusive of existing road 4 A parcel of land for seconds East seconds Wet 625.9 feet to the end Lot 21 of Section 11 Township 5
and being In Section 1. Town- right of way.OWNED the Point of Beginning of Borrow feet run thence North 87 de of said ditch survey line, 26. Township 5 south Range 22
s Range Pit No. 2 run thence South Haul Road. minutes 09 South Range 22 East In Woodlawn East run south 719 feet to U. b.Road .
ship South Z Eat, BY: M. Prescot and northerly of and 4 seconds East Containing 0.700 acres more or
I in Plat
ALSO his wife Viola degrte 56 minutes 09 seconds lying -- the Point of Beginning less exclusive of existing road Subdivision as recorded 301,-thence south along said
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.. Commence at a point on the eastside 8RD 18.1 Right of Way feet run thence North feet of a ;line described a survey line, run thence right of way.OWNED Book 1. page 1 of the public records road 150 feet for a point of beginning

of State Roa No. 13 where That o of: 01 degree 46 minutes 51 seconds Begin at the southeast 1 degree 34 minutes 51 BY: Rayonier Incorp of Bradford County Florida. thence south 61 feet, thence

the middle line Seton 1. Township Lot pat. 3 In NEU of Section 1, Wet feet run thence North BrowP No.. 6V as described 600 feet to the end orated. lying each side of and within 30 west 279 feet to Old State Road 13.

5 South. Eat. cross- Township 5 South Range 22 East, 8 degrees 56 minutes 09 seconds ru North 89 degrees survey line SRO No. 258; 259 feet of a lateral ditch survey line, thence in a northern direction along
beginning utes 12 seconds East 80 feet vDrainage said ditch survey line being described Road 13 100 feet thence in a eastern
es said road for a point lying south of Section line and Eat 500 feet run thence South 0.6 acres more or Easement ,
from said point of beginning east of State Road No. 200. degree 4 minutes 51 seconds end of Haul Road exclusive eistn county LATERAL DITCH LEFT as follows: direction to point of beginning,
run south alon the east side of 'lying easterly of and within 55 600 to the point of Beginning A right of TION 400-1-10JO OF STA- Commence on the south line of being in the SWU of SWU of Sec

the right of said Road No. feet of the survey line of state of Borrow Pit No. 2. of land for BY: Charles K. That part of:. Section 12 Township 5 South tion 26, Township 5 South Range
800 feet thence 'run east ap.proximately ALSO p his wife Sarah Knigh Range 22 East at a point 22 East, containing one acre more
IS; Road %00. Section 2801 ((114) 201 : Begin at the SE corner of Trian-
1260 feet to Wet side I survey line being described JL parcel of land for Borrow Pit lying each side of and So. :1 Borrow Pit gular Lot 1 of Town of 8.48 feet east from the south or less; the north line of this acre

of right of way of S.A.U Hallway,!|I follows sid : al I Haul Road. feet of the Pit Drain survey NO. 1. HAIL ROAD to map or plat Lwtey. according as- west corner of said Section is not a straight line, being off set

thence north and parallel with sid Beginning on the south line of .lying west of and within 20 feet survey line being described AND DRAIN the same appears of record in the 12 run thence North 1 degree 69 10 feet north of where a straight

B.L Railway, approximately IUU : Section 1. Township 5 South Range of a line described as follows: lows: OF STATION 116-1-9447! office of the Clerk of Circuit Courtof minutes OS seconds West 296.52feet line would be and is marked by
run west approximate 22 East at a point 1366.59 feet easterly Beginning at the southeast conner Begin at the northeast (PART) Bradford County, Florida In to the beginning of a curve Iron stakes,

ly.)200 feet to right of way of State from the southwest corner of of Borrow Pit No. 2 as described Borrow Pit No. 6 described part of: Deed Book C. on Page 3 and run concave to the southeasterly having lying west of and with hi 55 feet

Bead No. 13 the point of beginning sid Section 1, said point being on above. run thence South 01 decrees run thence North ( degrees of NW4 of SE'4 or Section Southerly along the west edge of a radius of 5729.58 feet run thence of the survey line of State Road 200.

arc of a curve concave to the 46 minutes 51 seconds East utes 12 s )nd East 80 Township 6 South. Range State Street 860 feet to the NW northerly along said curve through Section 2801 (114) 201, said survey
easterly of and within 55 feet 57 feet the end of Haul North described as follows an angle of 3 degrees 05 minutes line described follows
lying easterly having a radius of to Road thence degrees % : corner of State and Jackson Streets, being as :
of the survey line of state Road feet thence from a tangent 5'Z.11 Containing S.91 acres seconds East 520 feet on the east line of thence westerly along the north 08 seconds a distance of 308.56feet Beginning on the south line of Section

200, Section {801 (114) ,ZUl, said ing of North 19 degrees 45 minutes less. 1 said Pit drain survey line 16. Township 6 South, edge of said Jackson Street 1160 to the Point of Beginning of 26, Township 5 South Range

survey line being described a follows 23 seconds East run northeasterlyalong OWNED BY: Bradford Furniture Contlig,4.84 acres more 22 East at a point 264.02 feet to the West line of an alley said ditch survey line, run thence 22 East at a point 326.85 feet east
North 88 degrees 54 minutes OU seconds
: said Corporation. southerly from the running erly from the southwest corner of
curve through an angle ; norJheat midway between Grove and
West 300 feet to the end of
"Beginning on.the south line of of 3 degrees 56 minute 13 sec SUBJECT TO: Mortgage record- BORROW PIT' NO. 8 'AND of said Section 1. said Pine Streets thence northerly along said Section 26, run thence North 31

Section 1 Township 5 South. Range' onds a distance feet to id In Book t at Page 1, in favorof LEFT OF STTATION -|- being on the arc of curve the edge of said ally 860 feet said ditch survey line Containing exclusive degrees 07 minutes 08 seconds East
22 East at a point 1366.59 feet the end of said c 33.6 thence S. I Sruggl. and Mortgage recorded of: to the southeast having to the south line of said triangular i 0.249 acres more or less 2634.73 feet to the beginning ot a
easterly from the southwest corner re. at Page 310, held Tat par of 5729.578 feet, thence Lot 1 of existing road right of way.
North 23 degrees 41 SEU of NEU of thence easterly along the curve concave to the northwesterly
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minute OWNED BT J. Eunice
:of' said Section 1. said point being seconds East 5490.73 to Z by Bank of Palm Beach and Trust 14 Township '' South a tangent bearing of South south line of said Lot 1, llbO feet and his wife Francys: Eunice. having a radius of 7639.437 feet run
'on ,the arc of a curve concave to Company, and Mortgage recordedIn follows degrees 58 minutes 44 seconds to the
north line of said Section 1. at a East described a : point of beginning also thence northeasterly along said curve
the easterly having a radius of point 1477.24: feet westerly from Book 6 at Page 335 In favor of Commence on the north run southwesterly along said diagonal Lot 1 of the Town of Law SRD No. 269i 270Drainage through an angle of S degrees 55 min
Easement
S729.S8 feet, thence from a tan the northeast corner of said sec Arnold Construction Company. Section 13, Township 5 through an angle of 9 de tey according to map or plat utes 49 seconds a distance of 524.05
LATERAL STATION -
DITCH LEFT OF
gent bearing of North 1 degree tion 1 SRO No. 108, Borrow Pit 22 East at a point 8.48 Sout 09 of mlnute 35 seconds a thereof as same appears of record 533149.60That feet to the north line of SWU of said

45 minutes 23 seconds Iat curve Containing 0.113 acres more or BORROW PIT DRAI.\ \LEFT OF the northwest corner of said said feet to the end in the office of the Clerk of Circuit part of: Section 26 at a point (76.42 feet west

northeasterly along less exclusive of existing road STATIOX7&1! : thence South 1 degree curve run thence South Court of Pradford County, from northeast of
66"minutes 13, run degrees 49 Lot 7 of Woodlawn Subdivision erly the corner
of 3 degrees minutes
angle That part of 09
through an
of : seconds Florida in Deed
right way.OWNED 08 seconds Book C. page 3, SWU of said Section 26
utes recorded In Plat Book 1. Page
seconds a distance of33s Est'a 1601.55 feet. a*
13 SWU of SWU of Section !, run thence
the
feet to the end of said curve, and BY: Maybelle Norman 6 South. Range 22 East, 1351.23 fet run North 8 degrees 22 minutes 09 except Lot 1 portion of said diagonal 1 in Section 12 Township 5 South, Containing 305 square feet more or
,
her. husband. Albert Norman. Township lying directly south
run thence North 23 degrees 41 lying each side of and within 10 grees 08 seconds West 1279.75 feet run and of Range 22 East of the public records less, exclusive of existing road right
SRO 18 -B Right .f Way 662.93 feet to the County
South
5490.73
East 02 way.
,
36 seconds Pint 13
That feet of the pit drain survey line, degree minutes of Section 23
tinute the north line of said Section 8 part of: said drain survey line being described ning of Borrow Pit 8. rUn seconds 20 feet to the Range 22 Township 5 South, lying each side -of and within 30 OWNED BT: W. E. Gault and his
% of SEU of Section 36 Township East also the
I, at a point 1477.24 feet west as follows: North 89 degrees 20 minutes of Beginning of Borrow Pit S6 of feet of a lateral ditch survey line, wife Oty Sue Gault

erly from the northeast corner of C.EPT 4 N South.% of Range south 23 660 East feet, KA-of Commence on the north line of onds West 360 feet n I, run thence South 87 degrees Township NWU of 5 NEI South,of Range Section 22 23,, said ditch survey line being described SRD Ne, Dii lot Right of Way.

laid. Section 1, SEU of SEU lying east of Section 10. ,Township 6 South, 19 degrees 29 52' minute 09 seconds West 1UU lying right of the within 35 Jut as follows: That part of:
Containing 0.51 acres more or 200. lying of ItateRoad Range 22 East at a point 808.13 West 528 feet. run thence thence South 02 degrees of a lateral ditch survey line said Commence on the north line of A -sarce! of land lying in the NWU

less, exclusive existing road within 119 feet of westerly and feet easterly from the northwestcorner : degrees 20 minutes 08 minutes 51 seconds East 375 ditch survey line being describedas Section 12, Township 5 South of SEU of Section 21, Township (

'right of way.'OWNED and within 55 feet of easterly the ot of said Section 10, run I 34 feet, run thence No-rth 0 run thence North 87 de follows: Range 22 East at a point 136b.59 South Range 22 East in the city of
BY Elisha and survey 08 seconds West ; 46 minutes 09 feet East from the northwest corner Starke, Bradford Florida
: Precot line of State Road thence South 1 degrees 53 minutes I minutes seconds East Commence on the south line ot County, ,
200. Section
Iris wife. Ella' 2301 (114) % said 40 seconds 29 ., feet run run thence South, 89 dcgree.8 feet run thence North 30 de- Section 23. Township 5 of said Sectioa 12, said point and being more particularly described
01. line South.
8RD X.18-1 Right ef Way being described as follows survey: thence North 4 degree 33 minutes utes 08 seconds East 200 18 minutes 51 seconds West Range 22 East at a point 2960.8 being on the arc of a curve con as follows:

'a' part Beginning on the south line of 20 seconds feet, run thence North 0 degrees 5 feet, run thence :outl 87 feet easterly from the southwest cave to the southeast having a Commence at, an Iron stake set In
parcel of land lying In the thence South min. I West 200 fEt 46 minutes 09 radius of 5729.58 feet, thence from
Section 36 Township 4 South, 1 degree 53 41 08 seconds West corner of said Section 23, run the intersection of the southerly
58outh feet a tangent bearing of South 19 degrees
NEU of Section Township Range 22 East at, a point 1477.24 seconds West feet run thencE of Beginning of Borrow Pit to the Point of Beginning thence North 16 degrees min. 07 45 minutes 23 seconds West boundary of said NWU Of SEU and
Borrow 3
thadfordCounty
Range 22' Eat. North 40 minutes Zl p ALSO Pit No. 1. seconds the
more feet westerly from the southeast degree ; East 2684.90 to the run southwesterly along said curve easterly boundary of the right of
Florida. corner of said Section 36, run seconds Wet feet, run thenc A parcel of land for : Point of Beginning of said ditch 15 way of State Road SOD, and run
of 3
through degrees
particularly described the a follows corner :of thence North 23 degrees 41 minutes South 1 'deere. 53 minute 4(p Drain parcel. of land for Borrow Fit survey lne. run thence North 73 minutes an 47 angle seconds a distance of thence in a northerly direction along
seconds
Commence at 36 seconds East feet to feet, run lying each side oC and degrees 53 West 13.19 said easterly boundary, a distance of
miD see 326.31 feet the end of said curve
said Section 1 and run thence south '150.1 North 49 degrees 33 minutes 20 sec. each side of and within 10 to
the beginning of feet of a Pit survey feet, run 75 degrees 250 feet to of
a concaveto point beginning from
Dri 29 ;
cure of thence South 16 degrees
40 seconds line run
minutes a
89 degrees 41 onds West 50 feet run thenc described follows
the westerly having radius scribed : a : 15 minutes 53 seconds West 186.81 point of
a of beginning, continue in a
boundary a minutes 36 seconds West 117.51 feet
northerly South 12 on the
the north
degrees minutes 4'(I
west along
I thereof a distance of 615.29 feet 6611.05 feet, run thence northeasterly seconds West 6 to the Point t Commence at the Pit No. 1 as described of above Bor feet run, thence North 72 degree to the Point of Beginning of said northerly direction along said easterly
along total 4 of Borrow Pit No. 8 53 seconds boundary a distance of 385 feet to
through
of the curve a ner a point ditch line run thence North an
,to right the of westerly way of the boundary Seaboard Air central angle of 6 degrees 30 minutes of line Beginning run thence North pit drain 49 degree sure])r above run thence South 19 northeat 1 xprner feet westerly of said from Bor feet to the end of said ditch survey 73 degrees survey 30 minutes 24 seconds iron stake; run thence In an easterly

south 45. seconds a distance of 751.- minutes 52 seconds West line West 400 feet to the end of said direction at right angles to aforesaid
line Railroad; run thence 1 33 min. 20 sec. West 270 feet, rur % run thence North 11 de
41 feet the end of said Point of Beginning of Containing 0.077 acres more or easterly
40 ,sec. to curve the 34 minutes ditch survey line boundary a distance of
minutes 51
degrees thence North 29 degrees 33 minutei I seconds
West
along 4 Westerly boundary a run thence North 17 degrees 10 20 seconds West 330 feet to th, line, run thence North 89 feet to the end of said Borrow less exclusive of existing road Containing 0.387 acres more or 869.45 feet to an iron stake on the
right of
distance of 1711.53 feet to point of minutes 51 seconds East 2076.89 end of said drain survey line. minutes 08 seconds':West 196 Drain, ALSO way. less, exclusive of existing road westerly boundary of the right of

,beginning. feet to,the east line of said Sec Containing 0.078 acres more 01 r the end of Pit drain.Containing : right of way.OWNED way of the Seaboard Airline Railroad -

From point of beginning thus de- ton 36. at a point 133.05 feet south- less. 3.91 ares more parcel of land for Borrow Fit LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STATION BY: Miles J. W. Weaver ; run thence In a southerly

'acribed continue South 17 degrees ( from the northeast corner of BY: Blanche King ant. ATen. Road 414-1-60.50 and his wife Mamie C. Weaver. direction, along said westerly boundary

'46 minutes, 40 seconds West along SEU of NE'of said Section 3. OWED Walter King: Joyc< Bicy PIT >0. t HAUL each side of and within That part of: SUBJECT TO: Judgment Recorded a distance of 371.58 feet to an
'_ westerly boundary a distance ;.Contalnlne 1.29S acres or Stanley:' Bernice Toole and hel LEFT OF STATION 61+| feet of a line described fol (1) Begin at the SE corner of in Book 39 at Page 171 in favor Iron stake on aforesaid southerly
I 730 feet Ifsl. exclusive. of existing road That of : a Triangular Lot I of Town of Law of William A. Sneiling and his wife
-of 10feet to a point husband Everett Toole; Ann Fisher par : boundary of the NWU of SE 4 : run
.orthely the southerly boundary right of way.OWNED and her huslTand, Don Fisher. Lot in Section 1!. on the north line of Bor- tey. according to map or plat Evelyn T. Sneiling. thence in a westerly direction along
measured along I BY: J. F. GriT fis. South Range 22 East in Pit No. 1 thereof a the same appear of SRD No. 273 said
-of said NE' when SRO No. 200-R Borrow Pit a described above record the office the Drainage Easement southerly boundary, a distance
said boundary: run thence fRO Ne. 1ST of Right ef Way BORROW PIT NO. 4 AS DRAIN Subdivision aa peir plat a point 100 feet westerly from of Circuit Court of Bradford LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STA of 593.33 feet to a point; run thence
fiouth "88 degrees 04 minutes 40 eecinds part : RIGHT OF I corded in Plat Book, page northeast corner of said TION 5D9-I-98.71 in a direction
| northerly and parallel
SEU of XEU of NEU and N% STATI .r. County Florida in Deed BOOK C,
of 1127.16 :81-118.0 Pit. That part of
:
distance records of
West a That part of: rent public run thence North 02 to aforesaid
de easterly boundary of the
of S% of and of on Page 3 and run southerly along
to a point on ,the easterly SE" NEU :1' SEM of and of minutes SU of SEU of Section 58. Township
tact SEU EH SW'4 County right
seconds of
t except .. in Section Floria. 1 5 West the edge of State Street 8bO way of State Road 200 a
,boundary of the right of way of of SEU of Section 34. Township lying sid of and to the of said Haul wet 4 South, Range 22 East, distance of J58.96 feet to
feet the NW a point
4 of State
Township South 22 East corner ;
Range ,
tate Road ZOO said point being 5 South, Range 22 East feet of the Road lying each side of and within 15 run thence In
tXCtP' Hal and Jackson a westerly direction at
described follows Streets thence westerly -
1780 'feet 'northerly of aforesaid a : from de 2.S9S feet of a lateral ditch survey line,
the
starting said
beig I acres more or right angles, a distance of 300 feet
the
Southerly boundary when measured Begin at the West margin of the of Section 34. Township 5 South. I.entetne' along north edge of said said ditch survey line being described
right of of State Road No. rlCOI'n Jackson Street 1160 feet to the to point of beginning,
aid easterly boundary: run way 1 22 East and the BY: Daisy as follows:
along Range run west 779 Commence at southeast Cox and her
line of lying east of and
at the point where It crosses west an alley running midway within 50 feet of
,thence North 24 degrees 56 min feet for a point thence North 57 of Lot 30 of said Woodlawn Raleigh Cox John U. Commence on the south line ot the line
and between Grove and Pine survey of State Road
West half section line 200
,
East along said Eat and his Section 36, Township 4 South
40 seconds 30
degrees minutes West feet wife
11 Christener
5
isbn in ,
ute said 7i Township Streets thence Northerly along the Section 2801 (114)
Section Seton L 201. said
run Westerly on
easterly boundary a distance of 36i : thence North minutes Henrietta Chandler Range 22 East at a point 1417.24feet survey
thence and
8 degree Range 1 run of said 860 feet line being described follows
North the half-section line 464 feet to F.t Elzie wet edge alley westerly from the as :
southeast
feet to a point: run .thence West to the eastrightof 24 Chandler Alica
> 3 degrees Z.
22 minutes 10 seconds East margin of the Florida Power 34 fftt and her to the south line of said triangularLot corner of said Section 36, run Beginning on the west line of SW i
J7 degrees Road No. 13 of husband, How
& Light of 30 feet to Point Beginning 1, thence easterly along the of SEU of Section-
21
Company way. thence North 23 Township 6
degrees 41
distance of feet to righ thence 30 min. Hamilton William minuntes -
degrees
East a J7 along D.
> Uiggs
11U.U Thence the East Wet Road run thence South line of said Lot 1, 1160 feet South Range 22
centerlne. East
: of beginning southerly said right of his wife Minie L. I 36 seconds East 220.87 feet at a point of
point way Diggs
easterly of and within 55 margin of said Power Companyright feet, thence east lULl feet to a 82 degres 1 minutes 36 Davenport and her Daisy to point of beginning, also diagonal to the Point of Beginning of sara 104.60 feet southerly from the north
ling of 1293 feet to its East 100 run thence husband.1 Lot 1 of the Town of Lawtey,'
con- west
the survey line of State way point of beginning.Also Davenport Annie Stubb ditch survey line, run thence North corner of SWU of SEU of said
Junction with the West margin of degrees 20 minutes 24 Bele according to 'map or plat
66 Section
200 Section 2801 (114) %01. except all that portion of husband degrees 18 minutes 24 seconds 21, run thence North 16 degrees
;Boa survey, line being' described right of way of State Road No. XEU of SWU ,of SEH of Section 34. 760 fet run thence South 5 No. 241-Ri 311 Stubb. thereof, as same appears of record West 39.20 feet run thence North 15 minutes 09 seconds East
rsald 24 seconds East In the office of the Clerk of Circuit
the
1$ thence along 36 80
degrees 1302.29
.ae follows: ; Norlh'eater' Township 5 South Range 23 East % I Drainage E..enieBt 39 minutes 24 seconds feet run thence North 16 deereM -
the end of Court of Bradford
.e. Beginning on the south line of West way of Ivlng east of the right of way of more or less to RAL DITCH RIGHT Of County West 260.80 feet to the end of said 55 minutes 09 seconds East
ection I, Township S South: Range State Road No. 13. 16 feet to a State Road No. 200 (formerly State Road centerline. .\ Florida the in Deed Book C. Page 3, ditch survey line 2999.08 feet to the north line of said
.S
point of In Section Containing 0.064 more :-D.O except portion of said ,diagonal
beginning acres
Containing 0.125 Section
acres 21.
,.22 East at a point feet Road No. 13). described as follows: part more or at a point 1373.87 feet
165' 36, Township 4 South Range nEat OWNED BY Rayonier, Lot 1, lying directly south of and less
: parcel exclusive of existing road from the
.....terly from the corner Commence on the south line of of land lying In the westerly northeast corner of
of said Section 1. said point Section 34. Township 5 ,South ed. % of SE% of Section 21. Town- adjoining the NE of NW% of right. of way.OWNED said Section 21,

being on the arc of a curve concave Jlnr (I) westerly of and within Range % Eat at a point 624.74 SRO No. 205-R Borrow Pit 6 South. Range 22 East. in the $eton % Township 5 South BT: J. F. Griffin Containing 0.128 acres more or less,
feet of and of East also the of'
(2) easterly BORROW PIT NO. 9. HAUL of SH him No. 270
radJlvs
to the easterly having a feet from the southeastcorner Starke Bradford County Drainage Easement exclusive of existing road right of
and within 55 feet of the survey LEFT OF STATION -| and NWU of NEU of Section 13. Township LATERAL DITCH
of 6729.58 feet. thence from a of SWU of SEU of said being more particu LEFT OF STATION -
,tangent bearing of North 19 de- line 2801 of State Road 200, Section Section 3. run thence North 16 (PART) described a follows: and 5 South Range 22 East, 871-1-00.00 (PART) way.OWNED BT: Charles Hardy and

agrees 45 minutes 23 seconds Jut (114) 201. said survey line degrees minutes 08 seconds East That part of: at an iron stake set That part of: his wife Juanita Hardy, Douglas P.
northeasterly along said cure being described as follows, 507.41 feet. run. thence South 84 Lot 29 in Woodlawn the Intersection of the souther (2) That portion of the NEU of NEU of NWU EXCEPT 3H acres Hardy and his wife Doris C. Hardy.J. .

.run an angle of 3 degrees 58 Beginning on the south line of decrees 07 minutes 5% seconds East according to plat recorded of said NW>4 of SK>4 less NE%9 west of Seaboard Jane Ranroal: In NE corner and EXCEPT S acres E. Hardy and his wife, Jo Ella
36. to
4 2
.-:minutes 1 seconds a distance of eton Township Noutl 425.75 feet to the Point of Kegln- Book 1. page 17 of the public the easterly boundary of the acres Byrd In the SE corner West of state Hardy, doing business as Hardy
sold
22 East to R. E. all
''U3.n to the end of said curve at a point H'' Mng of Borrow Pit No.4. run of County, Florida, of way of State Road ZOO, acre Blanchard Road No. 13 and EXCEPT 1 acre Brothers Motor
Brdfore Company.
being in Section 23 '
feet from
the
Trun thence North 41 westerly .outhealt thence North 30 degrees 04 min run thence in a Township& in NW corner of Section 26 Township -
deree Township South northerly di-
SUBJECT
Z TO Recorded
corner of said section 36, run ton I South. Range 22 East lying 5 : Mortgage
South Range 22
"minutes 36 seconds 5490.73 08 seconds East 500 feet run along said (1 East
Eat ate East.lying easterly bound- in Book
41 in favor of
293
thence North 23 minutes left of and within 25 feet of at Page
Sectlon degree 4 distance (1) lying left of and within 25
South 59 55 minute a
feet to the north line sid degrees each side of and of 250 feet to Albert
i
Hartman. of Estate
of and within 35 Curator
feet (2) feet of as
1, at a point 1477.24 westerly 3i sfconds Eat 150.1 52 seconds East 300 feet, run I feet of a Haul Road of beginning; from point of right feet of a lateral ditch survey line of Elizabeth
to beginning of a con. a lateral ditch survey line, said Letsch, IncompetentSRD
said ditch
of 30 line
I cure South 04
from the northeast corner degrees minute' centerline being described continue In a northerly survey being described
Bald Section 1. cave to the westerly having a 08 seconds West 500 run Commence at the a along said easterly bound-! ditch survey line being described as as follows: Ne. ttS Rich Of Way

Containing 0,084 acres more or radius of 6611.05 feet run thencenorthealterly thence North 59 decrees 6S mInutes a distance of 385 feet to an follows: Commence on the north line of That part of:
along said curve ner of said Lot 29, run Commjnce on the north line ot Section 26 South 487 H feet of that portion of
,
*' less, exclusive of existing road 52 seconds West 300 feet stake: run thence in an east- Township 5 South,
through a total central angle of I 3 degrees IS Section '33. Township 5 South NEU of that lies east of State
Bright of way. to the Point of Beginning of Borrow miute% direction at right angles to Range 22 East at a point 2960.8 SWU
*.. OWNED BY: Carson Gritlis and degrees 30 minutes 45 seconds a Pit No.4. 30 feet to easterly boundary a dis Range 22,Bat at a point 561.2 feet feet easterly from the northwest Highway 200 in Section 3, Township
bis wife Hazel Grlffla distance of 751.41 feet to the end of ALSO. Haul Road centerline run of 869.45 feet to an iron west from northeast corner of corner of said Section 26. run 6 South, Range 22 East

i, SRD No. 18.1-R Right ef Way said curve. run thence North 1 A parcel of land for Borrow Pit North 8% decrees 11 minutes on the westerly boundary of said Section 23, run thence South thence South 16 degrees 32 minutes lying easterly of and within 119
That part of: degrees 10 minute 51 seconds Drain onds F.st'IOO feet. run right of way of the Seaboard 16 degrees 33 minutes 07 seconds 07 seconds West 225.40 feet to the feet of the survey line of State Road

A of land lying In th 2076.89 feet east line of said lying each ,side of and within 10 X9 degrees 20 minutes 24 Railroad:, run thence in West 1516.10 feet to tbe Point ofBeginning point of Beginning of said ditch 200, Section 2801 (114) 201. said surVey
NEU parce Section 1. Township Section 36. (West line of Section feet of the Pit Drain survey line 760 feet, run thence South.58 direction, along said of said ditch survey line survey line, run thence South 7* line being described as follows:

.,,,South. (Range 23 East Bradford 21, Township 4 south Range 22 said drain survey being describedas 36 minutes 24 seconds East % bouncart. a distance of run thence North 73 degrees Z degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds Wen Beginning on the south line of Section
Eat at a point 133.05 feet south follows more or less to the end of minutes 53 seconds West 86.6 feet
County Florida, and being more : iron stake on run thence South 64 degrees 3. Township 6 South Range 22
...particularly described as follows: the Northeast corner of Begin at the northwest corner of centerline. southerly boundary of feet to to the beginning of a curve 58 minutes 07 seconds West East at a point 1690.13 feet easterly
'corner of SEU of NEU of said Section 36. Borrow Pit No. 4 as described Containing 0.298 concave to the northeasterly having 256.89 feet
*, Commence at the NE acres more NWU of the SEU: run thence run thence South 73 from the southwest corner of said
.aald" Section 1 and run thence South run thence North 17 degrees 10 above run thence North 40 degrees ALSO: a westerly direction along said a radius of 80 feet run thence degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds West Section 3. said point being on the arc

,19 degrees 41 minutes 4 seconds mlute 51 seconds East 400 feet.Containing 48 minute 08 seconds East 400 BORROW PIT NO. is. HUrL boundary a distance of northwesterly, along said curve 88.- 620 feet, run thence North 73 degrees of a curve concave to the easterly
2.609 acres more or feet end of said drain survey LEFT: OF STATION feet to 0 feet to the end of said run 55 minutes 53
west along the northerly boundar less a point; run thence cure. seconds West having a radius of 6729578 feet,
exclusive of road thence
'thereof. a distance' of fee right of existing line That part of: northerly direction and paral-. 53 North 10 degee 670 feet thence from a tangent bearing of
seconds
"to the westerly bOU'dar' of way.ONED Containing 1.6% acres more or Lot 31 In Wwdlawn to aforesaid easterly boundary West 1.n feet run ALSO; North 11 degrees 3i minutes 40 seconds
rIght of way of Air BT: National Lead Cor lesS cordlnsr to plat rcorde the right of way of State Road thence North 20 24 minutes (2) lying right of and within 40 East run northeasterly along

Jlne Railroad; thence South 17 degree poraton. ALSO Bnnk 1. page 17 a distance of 158.98 feet to a 53 seconds West 146 feet to feet of a lateral ditch survey line, said curve through an angle of 4 degrees -
46 minutes seconds West I.isa| 190-R Right ef Way BORROW PIT NO SAND DRUl ordl of Bradford County : run thence in a, westerly the end of said ditch survey line said ditch survey line being described 26 minutes 28 seconds a distance

.along said westerly boundary a That of: LEFV OF STATION : Section 11. Township 5 ,, at right angles a dis Containing 0.38 acres more or as follows: of 444.10 feet to the end of said
distance of feet to point of.teJlnnln. From that certain point 01 stake That part of: Range Z Eas. of 300 feet to point of be-II less exclusive existing road Commence on the north line of thence North 16 degrees
,11.5 located where of of curve, run
the west edge the of way.OWNED
EH SWU! of NEU of Section Iylnl Idf of and Section 26. Township 5 South,
of beginning thus de- right of way of State Road No. 13 34, Township 5 South Range z the Haul Road each side of and within I PTf: B., E. Reddish and Range 22 East at a point 2960.8 05 minutes 08 seconds East $053.37feet
fc'cribed. continue South intersects with the south edge or East described as follows: Raid centerline being feet of a lateral ditch his wife Ethel D. Reddish. feet Easterly from the to the north line of said Section
I
J 1 degree luneof that of the survey SUBJECT TO held northwest 3, at a point 691 fet easterly from
40 seconds along portion SEU Commence on the south line of follows: said ditch line : Mortgage by: corner of said Section 26. run
.minute of NETi of Section 16. Township 6South. survey being Farmers Home the northwest corner of NEU of said
Section Commence
westerly boundary a distance 34. Township 5 Mouth at the loutlW cribed as follows: I' Adminilrton thence South 16 degrees 32 min
ed f 730 feet to a point 1090 feet Range 22 east, lying wel Range 22 East at a point 6U.' ner of said Lot on the west line of; RD .284-Rj utes 07 seconds West 225.40 feet Section 3, Containing 1-054 acres.
'northerly of the southerly boundary of said* State Highway No, feet westerly from the southeast Township 5 South. Range % of SE'" of Section 21, DralaicV Eaarmeat to the Point of Beginning of said more or less, exclusive Of exlsiting

of aforesaid NEU when measured then< e run northeasterl'along the corner of SWU of SEU of said run thence North 3 6 South, Range 22 East Town-1 a LATERAL DITCH LEF OF STATION ditch survey line, run thence South road right of way. -
along said westerly boundary. said west highway a Section 3. run thence North 16 degree minutes 24 seconds 'West 104.60 feet southerly from,. 4SO-.5! &.M I 76 degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds OWNED BT: May Underwood
riw South decree 11minutes distance of 489.9 feet for a point of minute 52 seconds East to the Point of Beginning northwest corner of SW4 of That part of: West 86.6 feet, run thence South Jones and her husband Hoyt Jones.
thenc seconds 1 Wet a beginning thence run westerly and 2343.56 feet run thence North 65 Road centerUne run thence of said Section run thence:! NEU of SEU of Section 14, 64 degrees 58 minutes 07 seconds TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration

tance of 1083.66 feet to a point on parallel with the south edge of said degrees 52 seconds Wet 88 3 16 degrees % 09 Township 5, South. Range Z Eat West 256.89 feet, run thence South of Taking has been filed tn the above
,the easterly boundary of the right SEU!, of NE% a distance of 366 10 feet run thence' North 0 Eat 660 feet to the East 493.35 minute to the lying (1 let of and 7S degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds style cause, by the Petitioners, the

of way of State Road ZOO said and 1/10 feet toa stake thencerun' grees 35 minutes 52 seconds West Haul Road centerline of Beginning of ditch sur feet of () right of and within West 620 feet, run thence North 73 acquiring authority of these proced-
.point being 1095 feet northerly of northerly and paraUe with the 650.65 feet run thence North S degree Containing 0.303 acres line*'run thence South 73 de- 40 feet of lateral ditch survey degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds West tugs, of the taking of the above described

aforesaid southerly boundary whenfneaenred west edge of said ) NE'ia I 4 minutes 08 seconds fast less.OWNED 4,4, minutes 51 seconds East line, said ditch survey line being 480 feet run thence North 66 degrees lands, for the purposes set
along said easterly distance of 100 feet, thence run 200 run thence North 1. BTSelma feet, run thence South 73 de- described as follows: 11 minutes 53 seconds West forth in the petition in this cause,
.boundary: run thence North U degrees easterly and parallel with' the grees I minutes 08 seconds Clara J Lane and her 30 minute seconds East Commence on the south line of 148.55 feet run thence North 73 viz: As right of way for a portion of
56 minutes 40 seconds East south edge of said SEU of NEU 200 run thence North 35 degree 1..A Ln Essie M. Green feet 5 of. said ditch Section Township 5 South Range degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds West State Road 200, Bradford County
a distance of 376.5 feet to the west 07 minutes 62 seconds west B. L.' Green 22 East at S61.2 feet
.along said Easterly boundar a dls- line a point westerly 58 feet to the end of said ditch Florida, and that one of the Judges
survey -
?tanee of 730 feet ; run edge of said right of way of said fet to the Point of Beginningof Parr and her'husband. T. 1.170 acres more or from the southeast corner of line, of the Circuit Court in the Eighth
State Highway No. 13. thence run Borrow Pit No. i, thence J. H. Eunice and his said Section 14 thence
thence North 85 degrees 14 minvtes run exclusive of existing road run North ALSO: Judicial Circuit of Florida, will on
40 seconds East a distance of 102.7 feet southwesterly along the South 1 degree 16 minutes 53 seconds trude Eunice J. S. Eunice, of way. 16 degree 32 minutes 07 seconds (3) lying right of and within 40 the 12th day of June, A. D. 195S, at
1"1001 feet to point of beginning. wet edge of said right of way of East 33 feet, run thence South hi wife, Francys Eunice PT: diaries Hardy and Eat feet to the beginning feet of a lateral ditch line 11 o'clock in the forenoon thereof in
State Norton survey
to of beginning and her
Highway -
point
easterly easterly of and with'' sid 8 degrees 00 minutes 08 seconds A. husband wife, Juanita Hardy Douglas of a curve concave to the westerly between ditch survey line Station Circuit Court Chambers in Alaehu&County
icy Norton.
'In 55 fet of the survey line of Wet 425 feet run thence North Hardy and his wife Doris I having a radius of 3015.57 feet, run 16133.49 and the north line of Court Houseat Gainesville,
Sate lying westerly of and within b! SRD N C
16 minutes 52 seconds 2M| 507 1. E. thence northeasterly and north a-
s1toad Section Z801 (114) dere Bere" Hardy and his .j parent tract described above, said Florida, consider said Declaration of
feet of the survey line of State feet. run thence North BORROW PIT NO. I HAl'L Ella laid
survey appraisers
survey appoint
'follows: Roa %00. Section 2801 (114) 201. degrees 00 minutes 04 seconds LEF OF STATION | Brothers Motor Company. degrees 47 minutes 09 seconds line station Taking,
line being describedas East 425 thence South i being described as fellows such order as the Court deems pro-
K- Peginnlng'on tbe'south line of survey feet run PART T Mortgage recorded a distance of 'n.i feet to : all
and
follows All parties to the self
: degree 16 of: per.
seconds East 41 the Point of
ditch
i %
Section 1. Township Ranger mlnpte par in favor of
Commence the north line of
Soutk Beginning, the south line Lot 9 on interested appear and be
on of Woodlawn parties may
367 feet to of
point
Beginningof Hartman line, run thence North 87
< l East at a point eastiarly Curator of survey 26
from the ui.n corner of Section 16 Township 6 South Borrow Pit No according to plat recorded of Elizabeth Letsch In- degreea 15 minutes 02 secondsWest Section Township S South, heard at the tune and place designated. -
f ,
22 East
Range at a point 2960.8feet
Range 22 East al 1373.87 Book .
aaid Section 1 said point being on a point ALSO: 1. page 17 of the 114.75 feet run thence
4 feet westerly from the southeast A cords of Bradford County easterly from the northwest You, and each of are hereby
.the arc of a curve concave to the parcel of land for Borrow Pit 2S2 Dp.l.a North 37 degrees 30 minutes you.
e of
KatrneBt said
corner Section Zfc, run
corner of said Section U, run Drain, being In Section 12 commanded to appear by filing an
.aaterlybsving a radius of i7n." \ DITCH 30 West 385.25 feet to the
RIGHT OF
leondl thence South 16 degrees 32 minutes
thence North 16 degrees 35 minutes side of and 10 Range 22 East, answer to the petition heretofore filed
within ditch
feet thence from a tangent bearingof Ilg'e'ch South A TIOX & end of survey line 07 seconds West 225.40 feet to the
North 19 degrees 45 minutes 23seconds 09 seconds Eat 1111.34 feet to tie Pit Drain survey line, each side of and part : Containing 0.51 acres more or Point of Beginning of said ditch in this cause In the entitled court on

.- East run northeasterly a- beginning the of a curve concave said drain survey line being described feet of the Haul Road 660 feet of SWU of NEU less, ecullv existing road survey line, run thence South 76 or before the 14th day of July, 1)58.

Joag said curve through aa angle westerly having a radius of5729.57J .follows: said centerline being of State Rod ZOO and West right degrees 32 minuTes 07 seconds West to show, what right title. Interest or

.of S degrees minutes 13 seconds feet, run thence northeast- Begin on the south line of Borrow follows: S. A. I R in 2, OWED BY: 3. E Wall and his 86.6 feet run thence South 64 degrees liens you, or any of you. have In and
I ly along said curve through a Pit No. 5 described aboveat Commence at the eton lands
>.a distance 393.69 feet to the tot as Range WalL 58 minutes 07 seconds West to any of the above described
ond of run thence central angle of 5 degrees 46 I a point 10 feet North 87 degree ner of Lot 30 of aid (1) left ef and Z&st. SUBJECT T Mortgage Recorded 256.89 feet run thence South 73 and show cause why the same should

'! lale cure 36 sec.t mites a distance of nl.1 feet to 00 minutes OS seconds East Subdivision In Section 11. of and (2) rigbt of and within in Book Page 329 In, Favor degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds West not be taken for the uses and purposes
ort I 6410.73 ree feet ti the north the end of said thence from the southwest corner of sid 5 South Range 23 East run feet of a lateral ditch surrey of W. R. Strickland and his wife 620 feet, run thence North 73 degrees set forth In the petition filed herein.

r line of said Section, point North 10 degrees 49 minutes V!) Borrow Pit No. I. rUB thence North onds 3 degees 1 minutes said ditch survey line being Rose Strickland. 5> minutes 53 seconds west WITNESS my hand and this seal
seconds to the
East feet to the
5
*.}477.24 feet westerly from th beginning of a 2706.49 curve concave to degree feet 45 minutes to the ead 62 of seconds said Wei of Haul Road a follows: SaD 1.. 263 DraUage Easement 670 feet to the point of Beginning of said Court on this 29 day of May,
northeast of said Section on the North line of
corner LATERAL RIGHT OF STATION 1958.OFFICIAL
the radius of run thence North 82 DIC of ditch survey line, run thence A. D. .
> having a drain line.
Containing 0.168 acres more or eastel"l survey lne J. Township I FART) ( SEAL)
'. thence northeasterly seconds louth GM ( North 1 degree 3* minutes 53 sec-
tless. exclusive of existing road run Containing i.112 acre more or 1 I at a point That of .
part :
along ,said through less run South !Es fet West 10(1 feet to the end of said Charles A. Darby .
Bright of way. cure feet thenc seconds the northwest cor- That portion of Lot 40, Wood- ditch survey line, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
an angle of 9 minutes ALSO
BY: Frederick Pas- degrees : of NEU of Section J, run lawn in Section 13, Township 5
OWED M run thence South sid ALSO: BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
35 seconds distance of 915.97 feet
a BORROW 5
NO. I. HAUL ROAD fet South OS
PI degrees min South. Range 22 East lying west
to the east line of Section 16 at 24 seconds 1 A parcel of land described as By Marian L. Crosby, D. C.
t SHD 184 of AND STATION 0( West feet of Seaboard Airline Railroad and
Right Way
a point 264.02 feet southerly from : LE.Or feet more or less to the aeoa4 un.1 follows: ROBERT A. CHASTAIN, ESQ.
That of: 3PUT said east of State Road No. ZOO (formerly -
par Haul Road Commence on the north line of HOLLAND BUILDING
the of said Sec centerline
a** Lot loc&ted'li .' NE. of northel corner Containing acres survey lne. run thence South State Road 13), said Lot Is numbered Section 26, Township South

.Section 1. Townhip South. Range ton 1.-- S' % of NWU ofW'4and NE less, 0.01 n degrees 5 53 seconds according to map of wood- Range 22 East at ,a point Z960.8 TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.'
el AiID.
0.052 acres more or of'NWU (west of Htg'WwayIul .
)
VI2 East and further described in right of way.OWED t 100 feet run thence South lawn, which said map Is feet easterly from the northwest
reere
less, exclusive of existing road EXCEPT 3H In northeast MACK S. FUTCH. ESQ.
J). Recorded In De.d Book C, acres BY: J. L. degrees minute 53 seconds upon the Public Records a- corner of said Section 26. run
Page 74,, pubUc records of Bradford right of way. corner and F.CEP t acres in 600 feet end of said ford County" Florida COUNTY ATTORNEY
Lois A. Waters. t6 thence South 1C degrees 32 mm. 91
t OWNED J ail
BY R. Griffin ajxd
Count/. "&ri.Irlo* touta of : ,southeast orU,1 section U. SUBJECT TO: Mortgage survey line. lying left' of and within z feet seconds West 225.40 feet to the ATTORNEYS STARKE FLORIDA FOR PETITIONERS


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