Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
June 19, 1958
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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i1L Gift Of Bloodhounds Rewards Bradford Officers For Part In Chase I

Wednesday, June 11, was hot. I around to what is known as the' year-old Weldon Meadows down I to shuffle patrol cars by radio the two had approached his house
The graded road was dry and N Louise read.Somewhere. to a nearby Creek when he was'at' will, to prevent losing trail of and asked for food water, and
dusty/ Sheriff's cars from Brad- I in the surroundingarea suddenly attacked from behindby the fugitives. I clothing shortly after dawn.

ford, Union and Alachua counties of trees swamps, an lakes, Archibald J. Strickland a 24- The convicts were kept con- .,I The Negro refused and the pair
eased along behind Stalling's two desperate men-convicts; one year-old trustie. Strickland seized tinuously on the move, through left, apparently afraid to create
Aw Truck Stop north of Waldo, and of them with a gun-were run- the guard's gun and during the deep water and thick underbrush,I any disturbance in the settlement.

Escaped convicts Weldon ning for their.lives, trying to keep ensuing scuffle the trigger was moving in circles splitting up.''Officers I placed a fresh hound
Meadows [stepping from car] ahead of the lawmen led by blood- pulled and a bullet. fired into ButJer's but never daring to stop because I from the Gainesville prison camp

; fIw and Archibald Strickland [at hounds. leg. the determined dogs were always I on the trail and the group flushed
rear of car] are unloaded at The hiding men were fugitiveswho The break took place about 9:33: right behind and the area in front the convicts about four miles from

Bradford County jail after had overpowered and shot a. m. and half an hour later was well patrolled. the Negro's house.

their capture last Thursday 55-year-old prison guard Willie bloodhounds were on their trail. The tip that enabled the posseto Laying beside Strickland as .he
morning. Officers in photo are Butler in escaping from a road Besides the trainer deputies gain several hours on the fugitives crouched in a hole with Meadowswas

Deputies Riley Sweat and Rus- crew on SR 227 12. miles south- traveled with the dogs, kept in came about 7 a. m. Thurs- the 38-calibre nickel-plated

C:21. '" """ 'r ; r',,>', .,. sell Redding and City, Police- west of Starke the day before. constant touch with other officersby day when a Negro from a small I revolver and five bullets he had

.-, -.l-. :, < .. .._.. __ man Billy Overstreet. Butler had been leading 34- walkie-talkie, enabling them settlement near Waldo reported (Continued on Page Five



I ADFQRD COUNIY.TELEGRAPHOfficial Six County Offices .. ,

--- .. County- Publication. Established. In 1879-- To Be Filled This Fall

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.. -- You'd never know it by the WIFE- I
seeming lack of interest, but
Powers Sees w Two Big Fines there's a primary election comingup YOU'RE A CANDIDATE!

in Florida on Tuesday, Sept. a. Attention politicians, !would-be, and must take the oath of office,

Early Start d Boost County's The revision of Florida law, politicians, and prospective polio designate his campaign depository,
changing the primary dates trom ticians! name his campaign treasurer, arian
May to September, and the,fact Have you told anyone (eve start filing weekly travel expense
td that it's an "off-year" election your wife) that, you're going to statements, and other forms.
On U. S. 301 % F&FFund have contributed to the general run for office 'in the Septenlberprimaries Clerk of the Court Chas. A.

apathy of tie public and a tendency ?' Darby says that a person "who
State Road Board to "just forget the whole Then brother in the eyes of states his candidacy to another
Powers of Gainesville Bradford County's' depleted Fine thing." After an, its hot enoughin Florida election law you're of- and fails to do these things might
and Forefiture Fund took a new June, 'July and August WIth- ficially a candidate and you'd bet- get into serious[ > trouble later it his
day that everything on lease on life this week with the out getting steamed up over an ter get around to see the Clerk of opponent in the race should makean

301 widening project IP addition of 3509.40 in fines and election, says the average man in the Court, but quick. issue of it. One elected official -

ing according to plan lA receipts from sheriff's sales. the street. i Even though you can't qualifyas lost his post on Just such a

that "We should be The $1,500 fine of Mrs. Effie Be that as it may, the fact is, a candidate yet, the new elec- charge in South Florida, Darby.
a wcrk order on the job Carter sentenced more than a that only 16 working days remain I tion law (screwy or not) says thata said.The

next 15 or 20 'days." year ago oncharges of aggravated until the opening time for qualify person who tells another per- clerk urges all candidates.
asault, was paid last Friday ing county candidates ,- July 8. son even one, mind you that end prospective candidates to come
Powers said he il the main, Another $1500 fine was paid recently Deadline for qualifying as a coun- he is going to run for office, automatically to his office if in,doubt.about any! '

contractor would be last Sun, by' Noonan Bradley on a ty candidate is "noon, July 22. becomes a candidatea phase of the election law. ,-
as soon as the work moonshine conviction.
sued, and that he were The rest"of the money [509.40] Candidates for State Representative treasurer and start filing ex- bent E. A. Sapp.
with a large crew of j bil es in, represented receipts from the sale must qualify with the Secretary pense statments the moment he School Board, District 3: incumbent '

mediately after. that.S. I of a truck, sugar, and other moon- of State in Tallahassee between publicly announces his candidacy. H. A. tawsott
E. McKay .of shine still accessories confiscated June 24 and July fc. Tile' county offices for which No incumbents nave officially
Heights was named' in recent raids by the sheriff's Democratic nommees will be se- announced, but all
So far, no one has gone on rec- are expected to
place of A. J, I office. as'' lected this fall and the incumbentnow be candidates for reelection.In .
ora being a candidate for the follows:
in each, are as
clined to serve as an Sheriff P. D. Reddish commented addition to these county of
for property being yesterday that the Fine two places on the County Com- State Representative: incumbent
and fices, the Sept 9 ballot will also
right of way purposes: Forfeiture fund picture looks considerably mission and three on the School Doyle E. Conner. contain the names, of candidates

other appraisers are brighter now than it Board that will be filled by the County Commissioner District for:

and E.: W. Hayes.. did several weeks ago. "And there peoples' choices in September.This 2: incumbent E. L. Crawford. U. S. Senator: incumbent spea-

S. M. Wall Co. of : are still several cases pending in reluctance to announce as a County Commissioner District sara 1: Holland.
is the1,contractor the, court and involving large incumbent :Jessie Chastain.
candidate is largely due l-o another Two Railroad Commission posts
fines that have 'yet to be paid," change in Florida election laws School Board, District 1: incum- two justices of the Supreme Court;
School Board can be the Sheriff said. bent D. W. Starling. and Representative to
several Congress:
years ago. making it nec-
of One of these cases is that of
essary for a candidate to name School Board, District: incum- incumbent 'Billy Matthews.
Discusses Sites to be Mrs. Jewel Faulk of Jacksonville,

For:'New I I !, 18 daughter convicted of on Mrs.the Carter same,charge who was atthe I I Council Bidsths

same time as her mother.. Her
A special meeting of I with the '
60r j\ays. fine wag $750. but has not been _. "
board held
was Wedne I between paid since the case is-still being ,,
noon to dIScu!! ,, spread appealed to higher courts., "4 r' : $& .! ,

for the,new. elementary in West

be built. i' will be Vegro ConfessesTo From PlannersAll
; will
Several plots of land

; tioned, but nothms [ : B-E Charges; tY g' r er nf
all aspects has been : paved was quiet at City Council
board ,members I / gutter.ughout, Gets Two YearsJoe meeting Tuesday night as no im-

around individually portant issues were taken up.
worth looking into. Built by Warren Construction was granted
ot Lewis Dean 21, of Starke, '
a 6 month extension of the original
Also at the meeting, .
bed- was sentenced Monday to two 4
scheduled to be opened ; 12 month period for repaying -
mod- years' in prison on five of
charges, ;"
the city for sewer mater-
a special tentative r -
from breaking and '
for 'a new boiler for : entering. ials on W. Pratt St. between Or-
Dean pleaded before
school and two new guilty ange and Saratoga Heights. The
County! Judge T.. A. Yawn I
The 'next regular power who :firm is planning a subdivision and
I ) boded> the ,case over to Circuit '
the board is July 7. agreed to pay half of the cost
Courtwhere: Judge George Patten payable in 18 monthly notes of

I pronounced sentence. cr'W $450 each with no interest charged.
Union ServiceThe -
I :The Negro confessed to Chief .

union evening: mtltel"A I Deputy Riley Sweat that he was :., .... High maintenance cost of operating -
\ responsible for recent crimes at I ..' .. .-< --- ._, T. ,.- ,. ,-- >'
vice will be. held at < the Police Department's
Farm Home and Auto SUpply
Christian Church at 8 1956 Ford led to theagreement
Brownlee and Chasteen, Starke Here We Come
Boys ;
day The Lords Builers Supply, StarliI g's'store that bids be taken for a replace'ment.
observed. The .
" brought by Rev and and Johnson's Farmer's Supply.I. Benny Williams (left) and Ray Maxwell, prominent in (rodent An okay was given for 2 or 3
Bend was set at $5,000'and he
Aliley. pastor of First activities'at'BIIS, study road map prior to leaving Sunday municipal planners to submit
was placed in the County Jail.
Church. The public 'j George Starke policeman Billy Over- a* .Boys State in Tallahassee. Eac-h"t aI' American their proposals for community
invited to these Legion Post 56 and the Starke Rotary Club share expense planning under the program sponsored -
freedom street, off duty at the time, picked Florida'Deve1opmen'tCommission.
by the
Dean up attempting to break In sending two boy to this outstanding week-long actlilty.
The City1[ Is under no
4 i J "66"on
in a drink box at Seymour's
obligation to accept.the proposals
ti I men N. Temple Ave. last week. The Board Accepts Lawtey Loses which set definite planning re-
new screwdriver. he
was ResignationOf Ball Game 5.1 gulations for the growth of the
was identified by Jim Chasteen'as
years for city. If accepted, the city pays
zrl. t. an ad- one taken from his feed store and Mrs. Howe To Florahome only half the cost. .
paint particles found en the instrument -
5 for
A new typewriter is to be pur-
drew 5 matched samples from The resignation of Mrs. Marion The Lawtey baseball team gave I
.chased for the Cleric's office to
the jimmied door .Farm.. Home 'secretary of up a 5.1 game to Florahome Sun- I
larceny executive
Howe as, replace an old one.
and Auto Supply. day on errors. The local team
were Chamber of Commerce was
Confronted with this evidence the made three hits and pitcher
T. plus'the locating of other stolen accepted at a meeting of the Brown struck out 15 Florahome I II Masons' To Honor '

con- material such as a ..22'revolver board of directors here Monday. batters. Hits were made by James Past Masters

their from Starke Builders Supply The board decided. to contact I Waters Spurgeon Massey, and
which had been sold to another at Bill Roberson.A The annual Past blasters dinnerof
by clever the commercial department
Negro for $15. Dean blurted out I' game is 'tentatively scheduled Masonic Lodge No. 35 will be
a and the and to obtain
blood- his. confession to Deputy Sweat. the high school try with Palatka: at the Lawtey diamond -I I I held at the hall Saturday night,
This climaxed a rash of recent the services of, a high school girl for Sunday and if this June 21, at 6:30 p.m. Past GrandMaster
a Riley
I assist- burglaries that, has plagued local to work in the office temporarilyuntil I game is canceled Lawtey will play I II (I Roy Lord will be the guest

Volusia law enforcement agents. for sev- a permanent executive secre- Florahome a return game at speaker. AK Master Masons: and
4. : I the eral weeks. tary can be employed. I Florahome grounds. I|I their wives are invited to attend.

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'r S l Thurs-in- Mass 'Re-Marriage Service' Is Scheduled

L' cigarettes I

; the 20, blood-scent min men At Daniels Tent Revival Here Saturdaycome

revolv A mast "re-marriage service" message on "Love Courtship, and and learn how to make it end" declared Dr. Danieli. "Your

: wiTT be conducted at, the area- Marriage" by Qr._Daniels. so." life cannot be the same again after -
wide tent revival corner of Wash Author of Three, Books j Dr. Daniels said that this service you see'our Saviour crucified
I ington and Orange streets hat- Dr. Daniels- has written three culminating in a mass remarriage on Calvary for our sins."

v urday night, according to the books on love, courtship, sex ana for all husbands and Youth Service Friday
Gaines. evangelist Dr. E. J. Daniels. The marriage problems. "Many divorces wives who wish to renew their The young people of this area
will to*! song service has been set up to already in the courts have vows, should be the most sacred will also l>e honor guests at the
01 1 begin at 8 pjn. instead of 7:45: as been called off after the couples service ever conducted in Starke, service Friday night when the
s ::so am. heretofore. involved read or heard the truthsof and he urges people of all denominations evangelist will di.scUJsWhat's in
: g All couples attending :will ,be this sermon to be preached sat- to attend. A Kiss?" u part of Ms messageon
invited to'repeat and renew their urday night," the evangelist an- ,The evangelist has promised to "In Love with and Married to
,' ; make ap- marriage vows in an impressive nounced. He added that: ".I will give young people some pointers the Wrong Sweetheart.-"- This ser

now that ;, \; or sur- ,ceremony conducted by pastors of give from the Bible a guaranteed on how to find the right partner mon is based on a dramatization'
'Clyde social se the 18 Baptist churches sponsoring recipe for perpetuating the honey- for life. of Samson and Delilah.
daddy, ; ;: any-othe: f the revival, according to Ker. moon and a sure cure for pre- A color movie depicting the CnJcifixion In announcing this unique sermon ..
strip all .are in H. H. Mott general chairman. venting divorce. If your marriage of Christ will be shownat Rev. Lowell Leistner, revival
young John a 1'1 The re-marriage service will is happy, come and learn how to 7:40: pjn. "it will hold you music director, said: TMi, \Ia Dr;

This one's : ._ ... come at the close of a special i;:keep it so. If It U not happy,i spoil-bound from beginning to [Continued oa Page Fire I
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required to be" !ecl iiod'trim an the above named Ccurt and cause
ceived by the City Council, City of are estate:
'yyytyyyyyyy.yyyyyyyy .yyyyyyyyyyyyyy..YfY' Florida, until 5:00 F.M.. agency of the surety or Insurance 'This 6th day of June A. D.. 198.SX'harles. and you are required (o,stive copy
F editorial Starke.- cor.JlJjUl.1''h.lch. agency shall have : U. S.chmitt of your answer or pleading to the
CltPM (Eastern Standard Time) on July en established place of business, In I''complaint 'on the Plaintiffs
Administrator ot theEstate 'of
1t. i S 1 k A..t'R FA RISING, 'anew-A.D, 1 sewerage>:JS. for the system construction extension of licensed theState to'of onduc Florida"' ine-ss'and be therein.duly Char, d=eS'-easld.-L"McGoon, aka! C. L. MeCiuon -,' Florida Attorney.:) 'ti ii. "i' il-malDt;- Starke'',
"be to
bid Addressed
Each shall
t along U. S. Highway 301 (Temple 611= it 7S| and. file the inal In the, of ka
tie City Council. City of Marke. the
67 Mrs. J. G. feldwell Mrs., Gordoa JonesflAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ ..f the Clerk o'f Ciri'uit C6urt nor
; Telegraph/ ; Covers Area By Avenue) complete as shown with all Florida marked; "S wase SystemExtepsion before thCt H,'daY;of lutjl 1$8
piping, manholes connections, stub- Along JJ. 8.Highway ;301 XOTI't; TO iEI'E\D ,
..A.AA A.A. ........ 'A\'e otherwise the .allegation! "of said
I outs, sewage lift station and force Temple 'and ue'.i.tity tfrtiVered of Starke.Ftorida"F la .(flrrut: 'f'Gurt._ Hertford'_ Coaatfl 1 Ctnriplalnt) will. ,be 'lateen "as toufes-:
; to the of-
I From "Me/rose: To Moxri//// Wesley' Wocdward1 Retires' Mrs. Rosa Mae Thomas and main, all in operable condition.All tide of the. :City Clerk, City of I...uise Florid Rteief'tViiks: la t'tiaarrr'jr.'; }Plaintiff vs. sedy you.
Mr.'and'Mrs. Woodward material and equipment furnIshed Starke Florida either by a representative This notice shall be .publishedeach ) onee
Wesley I children 'of Niceville and her .of: 'the; bidder" who shall Claude. AVl'ks: Defendant.. week for 'ct'riKWMjtrvy weeks i
' With the addition ot correspondents at moved'' to Starke' the past week- mother, Mrs. Maggie Norman of be in and accordance all work with pet formed the plans shall, obtain a receipt, therefor or byregistered Case 1%-i tIT IB' the Bradford .C aunty: Telegraph!
ii end.. Mr: ,Woodward' resigned this relatives specifications and contract documents mail witit, ,return,. receiptreotiet'ted. Notice Top..r: slated this 9 flsy 'of Jan.195S.t
Lake Geneva, Melrose, Florahome, and, Grandin Gainesville. are visiting pertaining thereto, which To! "Claude Wllks whose residence (oFE'1C1jd 4 SEAM'
month from the position he"had and friends here. be examined at the office ot The City rt eeres" thee right to 1 and address Vs; Unknown. Charles M Party,
The Telegraph has extended its news: coverage'to, held here' at the State Farm for Mrs; Ellis of Miami is visiting the City Clerk Starke,-Florida, and waive' nfornj.yi'ies\ 'in any bid: toreject You f hereby notified that a suit Cfens; of the Circuit Court..By .
include, fast-growing area of'.the beautiful lake the last Recently at the office off Reynolds, Smith any, :or air fds''ln,, whole ttr. for ...,one am restoration of' maiden Marian, fc.. Crbstij:, ev.ty *Cle i > .
I twenty-seven" years. hen son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Hills Architects and Engineers, Inl)part with or without cause,,and name has 'been filed, against you in l _' 4t' : :sLOW
I region southeast of' Starke. With |In, to.,accept:: .the bids that in itsi!
these' communities a group of Mrs. Wood- and'Mrs. A C. Ellis. ::7 Park Street (P. U. Box tbIl Judgment. win lift for 'the best; -i',
; included in our "news family," The" ward's friends gave her a surprise JohnnieNorman of Mulberry Jacksonville specifications, Florida.may be Plans purchased and the, .City. 'of. .Starke. Florlrda.

Telegraph is now the "home paper" for an area party in her home. At this time' visited relatives and friends f in from Reynolds, Smith and Hills, CITY.- \ i fR01E1ID' RYtS j\\;
and Engineers, for ;
Architects the OFsT3Rtf'FW1ttUA
of bed-linens, towels =
lovely gifts
i extending from' Maxville the north'to Melroseon this section during the week; sum of $10.00 per set, which will CITY, - "Q-:'
'the south and other useful and pretty pre- not be refended. Individual copiesof
a distance of almost 50v miles Visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. -
the specifications and
sents given to her. Mrs. partial
$ Our:news coverage also extends to Kihjgsley Lakeon were' Lewis Sunday were Mrs. Paul se'ts of. drawings may be procuredfor In'The-rgartrJ.dge's, ; Court, In .Asd4 I : BUYs _
Woodward and her guests enjoyed. $5.00 per copy and $0.70 per For- Bpadfwrd Ceety, 'I1Mld.. IB- I
Faulkner and children of Starke,' h
the east and to Brooker New River and the 1
a delightful social hour and delicious sheet respectively, not refundable.A Probate .
' State Farm ,oh the west 'Included'in this and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez Bid Pond properly executed by In Re: The Estate of Charles J.. i: I
ever- refreshments were served. the Bidder and INSURANCEI
by a qualified-Surety -
and children. McGoon. aka| C L. McGoon, deceased COST LIABILITY
widening area of coverage is every nook and Mr. and Mrs. Woodward will be or a certified or cashier's checkon -)j
Norman of any National or State; Bank, in
Robert and Joe
1I cranny of 'Bradford County, as well as portions missed but their friends.are glad a sum' not less than five percent Nolirr Of Filing. Petition For Final j i i
Starke Mrs. Maude Morris, and DiM'hurxe or' \dllliniatratorotlce
I of Duval, Clay Union and Alachua. It is our that' 'they are going to be living ; (5%) of the amount bid made pay- Is hereby
Evilee Jones of Gainesville able-to the City of Starke. Florida, given that I have
belief that claim to such extensive coverage cane so near. Their new home is at 817 Mrs must accompany eah bid as a flied my Finela Return as Administrator No Membership: Fees v 6 Mo.. Policies
visited relatives in Plant City
rf the
McMahan Street in Starke, and guarantee that the Bidder will not estate of Charles U )("--
made by few, if any; other Florida' weekly this weekend. withdraw from the competition after Goon, a'klk: C, U )McUoon deceased <
newspapers a>cordial welcome is extended to opening: the bids and -in the that I have filed my Petition for Distribution -,
1 their former friends and neigh- Mr.' and Mrs B ck' Alvarez 'of' ,l "t'ntltth'e contract Is'a awarded to and Final Dsrharse:: ; and'
' The extension of to these the Bidder, he will within ten (lei) that on the 8th day of July. A. D.I
our visited
coverage new Starke Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
t bors to stop by and visit 'with days thereafter enter into contractand 358! I will apply to the Honorable AGENCY
/ areaS: was made'in answer; to a demand by busi- them. Norman Saturday.Mr furnish the required pond, Theron A. Yawn, County Judge of''i, DOYLE E. CONNER
and Mrs: Albert Norman of failing which he shall forfeit'.deposit Bradford, County. Florida for approval -
firms !
ness in that locality for medium through
Mr. and Mrs. >?. D. Fancher and as liiluidatpd damages. The of said Final Returns and for >,
1 which they.-eoold. reach .residents there with advertising son; Peter left 'on Wednesday fora Mulberry are here on their farm Eld Bond and Performance Bond an Order of Distribution and Final ,1 t loo W Call Street Phone 2S5
for I two weeks and Discharge as Administrator of said
are visiting -
messages. Since The Telegraph already vacation trip in the southern i

: had 0 the widest ,circulation of any weekly part of the ,state. They' spent friends and relatives -- --
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones
I in Keystone Heights, it natural Wednesday night with Mr. Fanch- ,
that they should turn to us to satisfy this need. er's tles cousins in Tampa, the, then C. C.visited Cloverset-Dr. in and' Ohio daughter and Carolyn Pennsylvania vacationed, last :I EXTRA;SP.ECIAL! Mil an ..Ni ellow F;IGHT O.CjQI; (; }; -

: We are happy to extend these' services both week and reported a wonderful
and Mrs. H. J. Kucera and Bryan,
.M to news and medium for advertising
I coverage as a [former State Farm residents] time.Eugene

-ito'this rapidly developing section: Just on Thursday, in their beautiful. and Julius Jones are r :r 1 t

I as we have rendered these services to the,.peo- new home in Val Rico. They spent vacationing in Lady Lake with 1 f iI'
of Starke and Bradford for the their uncle and aunt. Mr. and
ple County past the remainder of the week at Mi-
Mrs. Herbert Norman..
seventy-nine years, we now stand' ready to, serve ami Springs, and returned home ,'Church News I
: when called'upon'by readers or advertisers "from late'Sunday.
Sunday School, 10 a. m., church,
Capt. and Mrs. Dick Jonesand 1 zi.
: Melrose to
Maxville. 11 a. m., Training Union 7
1 three children visited Mrs. Jones'sister p. m. .' ....-- '. ,
. and evening services, 8 p. m. Also -
Mrs. Clarice and
: Ike Sees "Nothing Wrong"As. daughters, last week, en route mid-week prayer meeting.

from Ft. Bragg, N. C. tq Tampa, i.

: .of this writing "Assistant Resident" Sherman where Mrs. Jones and the: chil- lj'anVhitfield in Campville on -

: Adaths IS:'iisiilg- -:sufferingPresidential' dren will make their home while Sunday afternoon en route home 34BBAG .

c PresV Secretary', James C. Hagerty'' to pull his Capt. Jones completes a tour of from Goldhead Branch State l-LB
i duty in Korea. Park where they had been vaca-,
clfestfa'tsuout( ; the fire in tEe. Goldfine affair.
Mr: and Mrs. A. C. Belche and tioning' for the' past week: Susan
: In. a. written statement relayed to newsmen
sens. George and Fred left Fridayon Seigler remained''with her grand
I by Mr. Hagerty, Governor Adams admitted: using their, annual vacation which parents for a longer visit. 9Ci

: the Gokffme suite in 3'' Boston hotel, and also admitted -' they will spend at Key West. Spend-the-day guests of the J. $$199 BAG

: getting- touch with he Federal TradeCoWmissiow While there' they will visit other G. CaldweUs on Sunday were Mr.

and the Securities and Exchange'Cerhmissiorf places of interest in that vicinity. and Mrs. Mack Yongue and sons,

regarding. Mr: Goldfine's problems., Mr. and Mrs. Artis Rickersonof Robert and Henry of'Martin, also ,

/ Expensive, gifts from Goldfine' Adams- and Lake Butler visited their niece Terry and Jimmy Yawn of Starke. I

'wiffe haye:'-afep been) disclosed! Mr.. Goldfine was and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred i

; emphatic! iii 'regarding, the note! visits as.-! the Cannon,, last Thursday. Mr. and MTICE .*, W M* BMwWBroacJ
Mrs. Cannon and Char- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by -
I same thing as offering the' hospitality of! his the Bradford 'County' Fair Association "
lotte visited Mr. and Mrs. Rick Incorporated JonesLangfordWhite -<. Breasted Frozen Grade A Dressed and!.Drawn
home, even, though the House Subcommittee on' ,
Post Number 56, The Ameri-
[ Legislative Oversight says the Adams hotel bills' erson on Saturday can Legion, a corporation not tor- Super-Right Boneless ;
Birthday-[ Party profit of its,intention to apply to Ib
.amciuited, to:abound $',000. Mrs. R. V; Turner entertainedon the Honorable Ceo. L. Fatten, one HEN TURKEYS 3ge
of the'Judges'of the Circuit Court
In answer to reporters' questions, Hagerty. Tuesday' afternoon, with an in' and for the Eighth Judicial' -- t /
I said:, "The President: finds' nothing improper in outdoor party for her'little daughter cult, in and for Branford County, : ROUND i
Florida.. or in his absence one' of i
accepting the hospitality-'of, an;old'' fr.l !1d." When ., Vicky, in: celebration of' her the" other Circuit Judges, at 10r. STEAKS Slider-Right Tender Shoulder
aslced if ne.sw1Y similarity between Adams" third birthday anniversary. Twenty m. on the 11'day of July
1958;: for an order
: incidents and the' so-called "Truman scandals," children were invited to enjoy amendment, to the Charter approving of the an !S Ij Ib
I, thisdelightful'' party With Vicky. said Fair Association.The' 1MB ROAST 39c
: 'Hagerty said: he didn't.know'anythingtabtint'he' Amendment relates to Ar-
II latter. I A'table on.the lawn'was centered ticles I. ira), Ill; V. VI IX; of %Western Beef IbRS'c : l .
with! pretty:birthday cake with said Charter; the major changes beIng .... .... 7 '
J But,'for all his protestations of ignorance;;jovft1al \ I three candles: Games and'contests to County change Fair the Association name to ,-Bradford Inc."-, ( Supers-Right Extra Lean
Jim 'must know that the; difference 1 far: out- I wwe enjoyed: Punch and:tiny individual to increase authorized indebtednessor

weight conceivable similarity. Forgone* thing; I cakes were served, each liability to $100.000.00 and other- :
any. wise to conform lo and comply with e--'
Federal bureaucrats had not in Truntan's.! time: cake' decorated- with! a; miniature Chapter CIS, Florida Statutes, which PORK !SPARE RIBS Ib 3ge
specifies charter requirements for
a been threatened-within an' inch of theft" s'foi'' i parasol'' for the' girls and; a flag such associations.The f
I for the boys. Vicky received many proposed Amendment Is now Allgood Brand
much free lunch froinanyone'!
accepting so as a
on file in. the office of Charles A.
involved in' business witH the GovernnVenlt' I pretty gifts;from'her guests: Darby, Clerk of the. Circuit Court,
: Mh. and'Mrs. Ji B' Godwirf'and in and for Bradford County, Florida.
i For another thing;:, the "deep freezes" received) i Mr... and Mrs: Rl: V. Turner were Bradford County Fair Association, SLICED

by' such one-time hired help as Donald:' "soni' I dinner guests oni\ Thursday night By etc.: Harry H. Habb, Jr. BACON: SKiNLESS 'Ib

T. Lamar Caudle, and Harry Vaughn can hardlybe i of'Mr. and: Mrs; Billy Miles in Attest President: Joseph, E. Gray. FRANKS SSe;

compared. with; questionable\ conduct fW>m4 the Mscdenny.M Secretary. .

man wjjq a is far more than his title of '"jftesiv Ij : and Mrs; John\ Crews and s-i* st 7-10 Sugar Cured '.

S dential.: ssistant" implies the man Who, in'thejudgment' children of Mot tlcello'are Visiting SKCTIOX 1 GILL FOR BIDS Captain John's Cooked DriedFILLETS
: close"1' observers has in\ fact j his parents, Mr. and Mrs' G: E. 8EW"R.\GE SYSTEM EXTENSIONS,
of many ALONG lr. S. HIGHWAY (301) }Mb
President of the UnitfediSfotfes CYewsfor several weeks. (TKMPLK AVE\VE i pkg SSe
: served as Actiri? Mr.. and'Ml"5..- W. H. Williams City Of Stnrkr. Florida HADDOCK package, 39c
ever. since i Mn\ Eisenhower began his twQ.t'erm'' had as Sunday dinner guests' Mr. SEALED PROPOSALS will be re-

i vacation. abd Mrs. Joe' Hundley Rev; and .
I M'rs. James Green and their 1.

a daughter. Miss Nancy Green, all JANE PARKER GOLD OR
: A Respect For Learning of Jacksonville.. .

Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. WANT TO
: ,Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, president of the University Crews for several days this week i

: of' Florida', last week told some 1200'' PTA were Mrs. Mildred Wilkes, Miss POUND CAKE EACH49C=

6 delegates- that one of. the greatest mistakes beingS Janet Wilkes, Mrs. Virginia Rob

made by our generation is, assigning the total... erts and Bill Yarborough- all of

: responsibility' for'the education of our youth to Ft, Myers. CLEANUPTHOSE i
Mrs. O. E. Crosby, }Mrs. Joe
: the' schools.} Jones, and Mrs. Owen House were ANN PAGE PURE FRUIT
: In some of the best advice of the' year, he' re- in Gainesville first of the week,

: minded' delegates that the family should, share registering for summer term of
school for teachers at ..University E
with the-, schools., the. responsibility. for the edu: of Florida. 3 .. $ Q
6 cation 'of youth. "If we desire to create an effective Mrs. P. S. Crews was In'Auburn- Y }

: educational system and to raise bur educational dale. for several days' this: .week JARSFacial . ..
visiting her mother Mrs. Rivers -

: standards' we' must first create in our and her son and'family'Mr; and BILLS ? TissueScotties Fruit CocktaU : -, '- '. 4,w .. -, ._- _...'..... -"
: homes, both' by precept and' example, a respect Mrs. Spencer Crews. 'Coldifi ttfe

: for learning and for learned'men," were the words Mr And,Mrs. Carl Kirtsinger Sr. 2 pkgs 27cWelch's Diet Delight, 8 oz !can_ .' 17cInstant ""A 1* I
ofDr.Reite. of Panama City spent the week- StarchNiagara $ 12e

) end with their son and family, .

1 a And (did- we- hear him right?) he even had Mr. and Mrs. Carl KirsUnger Jr. Grape Drink, qt 33c 12 oz pkg 2c} Fregi| Crowds r

: the temerity to say that before*we buy a new Their grandson Rodney went Detergent. KraUs "
Cheese Food'
: radio for the'car or think of buying, a televisionset home with them on Sunday for a Tide, giant size pkg 77c PEAS 2 lbw.... 25cj
three-weeks visit. j Velveeta lib box .... _.
63c '.n q : 1
for the home we should first see that our Mr. and Mrs.. R; M:. Cadell hadas LOANS Detergent .,.. -

i children have an adequate. library. spend-the-day guests on Sun- Lux Liquid 12 oz can 39c Detergent "- Fresh FirmTWATOES
i Furthermore (and surely this is modern heresy day their daughter and son-in- Sail giant pkgTeUey ">
Detergent C 19c
law, Mr;and Mrs. E. L. Yarbrough, Y8 $ ,
q' ) Dr. Reitz said we should not try to tempt and two children. Macclenny.. UP TO Rinso Blue- gt. pkg 77c --.- 4 -f f t f.t J r,.-'** rZ >,..

children, by- tellingthem, study is fun,.but should Visitors.of. Mr. and. Mr*, L.. B. :

: rather show them that nothing worthwhile is.. Cooper, for the long weekend were Shortening Tea Bags, 64 count ,. S A&P Tqp:? Q ahty
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Pierce and 1 Dexo 31b 81c
: accomplished without"hard'work, discipline, and Mrs. Emma Green of Jacksonville $6OOFolks can tergent. MAYOINIISE 49 C
Sunshine lIydrox Cond. All l box
: some pain." He added that this' attitude- of respect who came on Friday and'left on Ige ?3c '"' .

& ,toward learning cannot' be initially instilled Monday morning. Cookies, 1 Ib, bag 43c A&P Frozen 1Q-.OJ" PJ O.Strawberries .. High Grade Margarine
Mrs. J. B. Godwin and little
:: by the schools, for by the time' children reach daughter Cheree spent Saturday Kraft 2 (orWc: t

S school age, it is already too l late. night with her mother; Mrs. Peg- Dinners, 7 oz pkg 17c A4P FrozenBroccoli mm 'mInsecticide 35"_. .A

: In'concJusionIre\ said: "Given twos students of gy Shaler in' Starke. Oerbers Strained Spears, 2 for 3jcA&P .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace
. : equal ability; the one who will succeed is the one, spent the weekend in Lake Worth Find Friendly" Baby Food, 6 Jars 59c Frozen : T-V-- Snrav

: brougg ht.up in a home where a climate favorable, visiting Mrs.: Wallace's sister and Chickep of the Sea Green Peas, 2 forA&f .c C-i
: to learning exists"So brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs W. LOCAL FINANCE -- Dehydrated Vegetable
J.. Lang and family. Chunk Tuna, 6 oz can 33c Froden i,iif'JT,, ;Jta4"rUpton

: 'of fithb TV;. Dad;; arid help Mom;'fill up. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bruner COMPANY- : Beechnut chopped Baby Limas, 2 for' 35c.. Soup.+tn\fif 2 pkg S

those unused' book shelve. and two little sons will arrive on .
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Food Detergent --- --
e Baby jar 15c :m1tatn1' r re-mtdet
.. .. Thursday from their home in San ,
-- Antonio>; Texas to spend their 114 N. Walnut St. Keebler. Wisk, giant can 73cGoden{ Corn, 2 for 33c

II. G P vacation with his parents Mr. ,, Crackers, Ib 37c. '
and Mrs, Rhee Bruner. (3 Doors from Post Office) :

1I. '/ 1o ttXJWl 1H-JT OLDEST'WEEM.TCOXTXQCLT C1Wlf- Mr. and Mrs.:R. V, Turner hadas Krafts uifh[.'[ f01f ell not IIUHII...imci IIMUI

... .e )'I$.iHFp dinner guests on Father's Day Phones.580 and 581 Caramels, 1 lb pkg 37 c 1 412 Street .
their fathers, Mr. Sam Anderson : 1 1/ 1
: t 11. K-TIIK; SAMK 1U8TBEAD.tklter., of Starke and Mr. Roy Turner of. rs. Marguerite Hall, Lipton! Brisk I Ckall.

......I......'. eltT1i1itrteatMFed( : :: :..L5Ir4i1'Cb Lake Butler Manager HxTea; Bags r lG count 25c aq < AlUNtlC 4 r.caK H* ,tOVtMl; ; TJa.:: i

at tile r-t. ".)itier. .o/' "lIIr1.f'_. wS ':,.y. I .....y AN.....of..-tllt.gr_ ''' IW" L _Nand Mrav Milo .Seigler and> II. .
children Visited Mr. and Mrs. ,




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Signal Devices Speeding Charges ..........yy..y..yy.... ..y..y.yy...... .... .'iLAKE I, I is any Indication of a depression' I

;On Boat Trailers guess we're not in one now. the
Heard By JudgeIn GRIFFIS LOOP GENEVAby Ouf way farmers are taking other j Share the Profits fn Star

,Not Necessary County Court Jobs.
I 01 '. 1 1
Turn signals on boat trailers By Miss Cathrlne PadgettAAALAAALLAALAAAAAAAALALA Blanche Cunningham I ILA.&AA. '
Speeding charges were .. Farmers were having trouble
are not required if the boat and AlAAlAAAAAAAAAAI i Y
last week with
against 6 persons
I I I even 25 years ago with nematodes -
trailer do not obstruct the view, 3 cited for improper passing and Mrs. Delores Black visited her :Mr. and Mrs. T. M; Finley, and ThePast causing rootknot. It was
of the driver's arm signals. 2 for being drunk. daughter. Martha recently spent 1
recommended by the Florida Experiment -
parents Mr. and Mrs., Ralph
This is the most recent inter- County Judge T. A. Yawn's several days visiting in Marianna.
Gainey, last week. Her sister. Iris Station that the pest be
pretation placed on the law, by docket showed E. C. Osteen Mrs. Charles Forsythe was hos- starved out by ,planting velvet
Ann ,accompanied her back hometo
the Florida Highway Patrol. charged with fraud of room and tess at a shower Saturday evening beans or crotalaria.
Jacksonville for a stay of two
Confusion in the interpretationof board. Augustus Covington for honoring her niece Mrs. Emma FRIDAY
the law resulted several weeks having no,, driver's license Ron- weeks. Green's K. Forsythe formerly Miss Hall. Now that it is pickle making Those attending a birthday SATURDAYJUNE 20, 21
Mr. and Mrs. Willie i
ago,when it was announced that nie Stewart for malicious injury The honoree received many pretty time again here are some recipes party for Master ,Ben Holtzen- i
Edward home for the
son was ,
the statute required directional and Ronnie Theodore Manuel and gifts. The Halls are now living in from the TELEGRAPH of 25
dort Jr. Sara Barefoot Betty -
weekend. Mr. Willie Green left fora EIEti
light signals on all boat trailer- Brown .. FOR
Dorothy Ann Ellington Keystone Heights. years ago: Ed-
and Enos Hayes
two week training trip to Ft.
auto' combinations where length for failure to have their vehicles Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes Sweet Cucumber Pickles wards, Jr. Marjorie and Ida Lu
was greater than 14 feet from under control. Ga. visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. Thomas O'Brian home Take cucumbers small ones Davis. Betty. Carolyn Collette i
the center of steering wheel col- Alleged speeders were Wonderful came They are having a new home built BOTTLEDMETERED
preferred wash thoroughly placein and Eula Green Clarice Thomas,1 : -
from camp last weekend. His wife, :
umn to the end of the trailer. '
West, Billy Chess King, on Lake Geneva but at present \i-
and children Patsy and James, a pan,and,sprinkle well with Jack and June Hall Mack Futch.
No arrests were made but as a Thomas B. Me der. Truby C. and his mother Mrs. Verble An they are living at Palatka where salt. Let ,stand over' night. George and Joyce Hayes Betty
result of the warnings ,several Sl de. John Anders Pitts and Mr. Hayes has his business. I Next morning rinse twice let 1 -
derson accompanied him'to Gloria Buford Margaret -
McRae. I -
boat owners purchased directional Floyd Earl Tillman: Jr. camp Mr. J. Austin who has been stand two.hours in clear water -
signals] and installed them on Charged with improper passing g Sunday afternoon. with his daughter in North .Carolina -I then remove and dry on towel. Lowry, Billy Smith Garneta Hut-
Weekend guests of Rev. and
their rigs. were Merrell Dees Jr., George has' returned to his home I When thoroughly dry pack in jars j to, Sharon Hall Frances, Jean
Mrs. Orville Brookins were, Mr.
Most pleasure boats Haff Wainwright'and Herbert here. and and Noegel. AndBULK
I Dimple
are small and Mrs. E. W. Hodge and familyof cover with hot vinegar add
enough that Harry Grady. Joe Mann has been chosen to '
on the Americus. Ga.. Mr. and Mr s. pickling spice and sugar" to taste.
highway the car's turn signals Richard Desne and Isaac John Kenneth Russ and son Dean of represent this district.and to at-I To each pint of,pickles add one- FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH

as, well as the'driver's arm son were cited for being drunk. Melrose. Mrs. Russ has just been tend the 4-H Club camp at half teaspoon, powdered alum Lawtey \

signals are easily, visible from CATHOLIC CHURCH discharged from the hospital. ry Lake starting .June' 16. then seal.-Mrs. Lloyd Green. A. E. Massey, Pastor GAS
,the rear.Sales Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas., and Cucumber Relish. Bible school 10 a m.
St. Edward's Starke: Sunday .
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Sweat
children and Red Stallings spent Grind in food chopper, two dozen Preaching. 11 a. m.

Mass 10:00: a.m. Holyday Masses visited Mrs. ,Sweat's Uncle Joe James Harrell
Increase their vacation in Meridan Miss.
Evening Service 7:30
medium cucumbers six' sweet p. m. ,
6:30: and 8:30: ajn. Sign of the Sweat in Maxville last week.
Noted In visiting Mr. Stalling's daughter I peppers six ripe tomatoes six Bible Study and Prayer Meet.
Cross 8 Catechism
County Friday p.m. Mrs. Estelle' and children
Mr. and Mrs. J. Curtis. medium size white onions. Drain Ing 7:30: pm., Wednesday.
For Class for children every Saturday and Mrs. and Mrs. James I Central Fla. Gas &
Month Of May 9:30: a. m. Padgett of Gainesville visited Mr. Visiting the R. O. Manns Sunday -i thoroughly then add one pint of Radio program, 8 to 8:30: a. Appliance Co.
was Miss Connie Sweeney of vinegar two ai. each Sunday over station
and salt
cups sugar ,
St. William's Keystone and Mrs.
Bradford County Increased Johnny Cowart Tuesday Gainesville.Mr. I I
Its f and Starke.
pepper spices to taste. Boil
sales tax collections by Heights (follow Hiway 21 southto of last week. and Mrs..F. L. of,
nearly $2- Easterly ::five minutes and seal in jars. HAS GONE
000 last month St. William sign Sunday Mass. Terry and Bobbie Jones left for -
as compared with Jacksonville spent Sunday with I
L Mrs. P.M. Barefoot. -C R A Z Y
,April and nearly $3,000 compared 8:15: ajn. Holyday Mass 7:30 I Cocoa last week to spend a few Mrs. Easterly's family the Cue PersonalitiesWe PAR 1C

with May of last year. a m. Confessions before all Mass- weeks'with their. mother ninghams. ,
wonder if the men care T TMCATS. m
i Sunday dinner guests of Mr. w
Collections totaled $13.010.40 a ions totaled 37113.79 for May Visiting Mr. J. Austin were: about being reminded of what STARKE FLA.
1286.03 and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett and family
increase over April This : his daughter Mrs. T. Johnson d i
happened 25
Increase of $4,795.91 overApril years ago. see
I* unusual as May generally showsa I an were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. family of Sanford N. c.; daughter Fri. Sat. HE IS SELLING A TOP QUALITYDeluxe
but a decrease from lasyear's t, Waters of Lake Butler. by the ,Telegraph of 1933 that: June 20 21
decrease Collections Mrs. A. Edwards
in May familyof DOUBLE FEATURE
$46,973.29.The Billy Graham who has been attending -
1957 Mr. Joe Griffis' daughter and
,Horida were ,1055558. state"as a whole showed a: their children visited from JackY Mrs.Atlanta Ga.; and Major and I the University of Florida Column SouthWith I Magic Chef 36 InchRANGE$197
J. Nowicki and of
suffered son Jack
a 6.25 per cent 4.24 per cent increase over Ma is spending his vacation with his
decrease over collections last year. of last year and a 1.07 per cent sanville Visiting and Cecil Pensacola and Elwood Sunday.Pad snville. Mrs. Nowicki is also _MrAustin's .I'' grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Audle Murphy
Bradford's daughter. AND
gasoline tax Alvarez. ,
collect- decrease'from April. .
,-!"'-: ==" Ragan.gett last Wednesday was Phillip: David Edmondson has received I Other items carried in the samepaper Francis Joins the Wacs g5
= --_- his
discharge from the Navy and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian is here with his wife and were: Misses Addie and Donald O'Connor Julia Adams
1 and Mrs Verble Anderson were son. :Mrs. Edmondson is the for! Rosa'Baisden and Mr. R. C. Bu- Plus Serial Chapter 15, and Cartoon -
STORE HOURS ford have moved Wednesday to for Children
of Mr. and
Saturday guests Mrs. mer Murl Dykes. In a' few weeks
Lloyd Padgett: their new homes in the western
7:30 To
they expect to to Indiana to '
A surprise birthday party was go part. of town.: SUN., MON-\ TUES.

THIS WEEKS: 7:30 SATURDAYPATCH To Noon given hi honor of Kenneth Pad live.The B. L. Adams, family of:! and The Pete Canovas._former. Anna residents, Julia Leo of June 22, 23, 24 And Giving You A 10-Year
gett on his 16th birthday at the Clanton Ala. ,recent guests' FEATURE -
home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Starke were featured in a 15 min Guaranteed
of Mr. Adams aunt Mrs. Ida M. JOE DAKOTA
Lloyd Padgett. There were, 16 Gentry. ute broadcast over a National
guests who helped him celebrate. network Monday night. They will Jock Mahoney Luana Patten 0

Refreshments of cake cookies and .T.TT.T 'TTYYYYYYYYYlKINGSLEY be on WEAF each-Monday and Charles McGraw, Barbara .Water Heater

punch were served. Saturday at 8:15.: Lawrence

We are happy to have Mr. and No Sunday Movies AND

Mrs. Orville Brookins to unite LAKE : There were no Sunday moviesin BEAU JAMESWith

, with our church by letter and Starke 25 years;ago.. No television BOB HOPE OR

daughter Linda BY Mae ..MooreYTTTYYTYYYYYYYTTYYYY either. A; S. Manassa
Fay by baptism.
Plus Color Cartoon for Children
Beginning next Wednesday manager of the'.Ritz theatre appeared 30,000 BTU Magic Chef Heater

'{ THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS night we will have our regular before' the' city Council to Wed., Thurs. June 25, 26
mid-week prayer'services at 7:30 Our Sunday School seems to be ask 'that Sunday movies be per DOUBLE FEATURE

and the Sunday following the in a rut with the same number mitted. Curent. movie 'was "Kingof :

SAVE! --. Close Out .-. SAVE! Sunday night services at 7 with present each Sunday. Come on the Jungle" with Buster Crab- MAN: AFRAID Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co.
worship service at 8. let's make it grow. be. Future attractions billed were George Nader Phyllis Thaxter

The R. L. Smiths ,took lunch "Sign,of the'Cross", and "Fare ..ANDGHOST

...... ...... ... and spent Sunday afternoon with well to Am s.". [What-=no Black ,DIVERJames Your Pyrofax Gas Dealer

the E. M.' Nortons. board Jungle.
.: : TIME NORTH SIDEBy ,Among those attending*the"revival ; '. .". Plus Craig Color, Audrey Cartoon Totter 119 S. Walnut. St. Phone 301

I In Starke were the Bradley g, Members: .of,",the 'city'councU at I .
the Nortons,, the Bishops. the,,that time.were, G. W. Alderman,"
IS HERE Bin. Can BroWDy..y..f..y..y..y. Leonard Moores the Cottles; the chairman W..M. ,,Edwards. P. M. .

Smiths the,Buies and the A. R. Barefoot, O. L.'Beasley: and T. N.'

Moores. Kendrick. ,Share the Profits
Well hope everyone had a very Kingsley Lake Church is giving Salaries of the night marshal .- Starke

enjoyable Father's Day and weekend another luncheon honoring the W. E.,Thornton. and police chiefA.
and each father be blessed
may -
revival party and the ministers of .. 'L Alvarez were not exactly 0 0
Prices on GLIDDEN/ PRODUCTS Brother with many Suggs more.brought the Association'and their families regal.t:,The former received $77 a
a wonderful -
Friday June 20.atthe'church., month and the latter. $100. Council
Fathers' last :
Day message ,:paid fire chief R.. C. Buford
Sunday morning. Singing was an i Mrs. O. F. Simeir Jr: is onthesick
$4- for two fires, and other fire-
inspiration and the attendancewas >list this week. We wish' for
REDUCED ;To: 25% good. her a. speedy'recovery.. men were each paid.$1 per fire.'
Some firemen,at the time were:
Happy Birthday, to little Diana Our sympathy to the Jones family Calvin Johns. Louie Kahr Chas. t
Gaskins who celebrated her first in the loss of their relative in
Darby Julian L. Peek Jr., J. T.
All Other' Paints & 'Related Items anniversary last week and also Crescent City. Griffis. Eldredge Robinson Mer-j

to her mother Mrs. Shirley Ga S. Mrs. Emily Buie took lunch andspent rill McMillan, James Lewis and FRI SAT.
kins who also celebrated her the day Sunday afternoon -
W. R. Tatum.
10% DISCOUNT birthday anniversary last :week ,
with Mrs. Emily Silcox. In these depression days the JUNE 20, 21
May the good Lord bless them
Miss Ina Stern'spent the week Telegraph quoted an item which
Sale Runs From with many more. end with her parents, Mr. andMrs. said "There were million more
; Mr. and Mrs.G. L. Sapp and
Harry Stern. people on farms in 1933than, dur-, \
grandson, Lynn visited their
JUNE 18 THRU JUNE 25 mother ThursdaY, Mrs. Susan: Sapp of Gainesville ing the preceding c 'year."',If' this REG. 189.95SHOPPORTUNITY

Mr. and Oscar Carter. M. D. In Star, ,_.
the ProtHs Jf
Shore -
Now Pocket the Discount
Buy Carter and Mrs. J. S. Norman

visited Mrs. Carrie Smith Sunday
afternoon in the Jacksonville rest

home :where she is presently stay-

NO MONEY DOWNRepair ing.Mr. Sys
and,Mrs. John Benny Sappof
Daytona spent the weekend

with his parents Mr. and Mrs.

Carl Sapp.

Mrs. ,A. R. Sapp visited her FRIDAY, SATURDAY -- JUNE 20, 21 95
: mother. Mrs. Harry Taylor of
Add Rooms .-. Carport -- Middleburg last week.Henry THIS IS YOURSHOPPORTUNITY ,

C. Martin and family of

Bath Room Alabama moved this week to New SPECIAL *
Orleans where he will attend Baptist ,

Theological Seminary. May;
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. God's blessing be with him and 1JJ

TURES) .> his family. FREE32Piece RCA Victor Bellamy. Now, table
Let us remember to pray for: TV that swivel! It turns for the best

Paint ... New Roof those who are on 'the sick list; _a viewing angle. RCA Siherama 17"

Mr. M. L. MeDaniels Mrs. Oren picture tube (overall gona--140!)

(LABOR AND MATERIALS) ftwart, Mrs. Johnny Bennett, -... : clear"Living Image" picture. Other Models From
Diana and Dean Bennett and Patsy \ Rich, Balanced fidelity. Sound. "H d

Sapp. If den 'PaneP tuning, too. Choice of
Mr. and-Mrs. A. W. Brown and modem two-tone finishes: ebony .
Ernestine were supper guests of & gold or gold & silver. Model 129.95 up .
FREE ESTIMATESCALL the Carl Browns Friday night. SERVICE FOR' SIX 175604.

Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp visited i :WITH TfIt35Piece ,

Mrs. Ellen Norman of Highland I -a .
OR WRITE Friday. .

DAY OR NIGHT Our Associational Sunday CHROME I Free Estimates '

School meeting is to be this T V Ser .ce

Thursday night. June 19, at High- VI
H 45 OR, 333 land. Let us all plan to attend.. DINETTEFOR All Work Guaranteed

especially our teachers and of

STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES are Announcements: Sunday School of the 10 i a.week m.: $X59.95 30 ''IlL Extension Table SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV' !

Morning Worship 11 a. m.; Even with Leaf. Plastic Top.
ChromeBase Legs. 4
Ing Worship, 8 p. m.: Prayer meet

INt ing. Wednesday: Assodational! No Carrying. Charge Plastic Chairs.Seat Chrome INMAN D. GREEN, Owner f

Sunday School at HighlandThursday. !

7:30 p. m.;and Brotherhood You Get The'Best For Less Ats TV RADIO -- SEAT COVERS -- UPHOLSTERY

Friday, 7:30 p. m. Conand ,

,After 5 P.M.: Call Eaton Jordan 34()-W: visit with us and hear goct ed e.e: PHONE_239 STARKE, FLA.COLOR .

I preaching and good singing. s HART FURNITURE CO
church with'the friendly w TV

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O&t Bridesmaids. I 'Miss ., ,lade 'And; I, --F----; : Miss Lu Green ? _

Are-Feted" rr. Sawyer Feted i Is I Complimented 'I

By MIsVSad Officers ClubThe At Luncheon

,Miss Joanne Slade was hostessat Officer's Club at CampBlinding I ,
The Pecan Rcom of the Garden
a delightful buffet 'luncheon. 'was the'setting" a' de-
Restaurant was the setting for a
last Friday at the Kingsley Lake .flghlful al fresco 'party'and dance lovely buffet luncheon Tuesday

: i 4IadyaMooty! home of"her parents hon :J er ihursday: evening; June 12, honor-- honoring Miss Lu' Green, "whose

u----- ---. --- -- -- .. -, _,_ ; bridal attendants, out-of-town log Miss Joanne Slade and Char- marriage. \o George 'Bishop'ill, I

r .. guests, and intimate ftIendS. .oj I sawyer: whose 'we ding'vas will be ,an event of ,Saturday evening -
It. The buffet table was lovely with an event of 'Saturday'evening.. at 7:30: o'clock at 'the First

a: white cutwork linen cloth t .losts'and nostlsses for 'theaitall'
centered I Baptist Church. Host s eS tor
were Mr.: and Mrs. Needham
a, ., with 'an anlngement. t' ot .. : the affair were ,Mrs. S/L. Peek;
Jurst of
Indianapolis ind.
pink! lugii mums, carnations .and Ur. Sr. and Mrs.,Roy Ward.

: pompoms. In the center' ;this and Mrs. D; Forehand of Al- The buffet table was lovely

'' a'rrangement were two large nk i any,!'Ga., Mr. and Mrs: 1... 'ti. I with a Victorian ot
tIei1.1 :p ,. .j kiv1 arrangement
: Lewis of Wilmington, Del., CoL -
satin-covered hearts and lovebirds pink carnations and" roses in a.silver
I attached" .vithsaEIn. rrt&on.The" i .' 1i 1' 4 'and :Mrs. T. T. Long of Starke,: "fr' .. antique soup'tureen. All appointments -

table 'where and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of Bacon- A4 table
tfl'reding on the were orsi1ver.
... .-
ton, CiThe U. .... .,. '
'" of the
party was seated was centered I I Arrangements: same

:', / with' beautiful cake"; decorated, In. club house was' beautiful for I r .. 4 S I blossoms graced the fong? dining
,the occasion'with arrangements of '
turquoire and white Jrcm which 2 I I table 'Md' feathered1greenery ex-
1 ink' 'summer flowers 'placed'at h I 1 I '
:' 'pi : hndedl die
strung turquoise r.bbons extend : : length with pink
I lng'"fo e 'cp 'of the" 4>ridaf Attend Vantage points throughout. The nosegays oi roses and carnations
E. :1I'u mantel was a focal po.ntVith! a '\ ', '
: 'BrtdaY
ants. Attached to the1 ribbons i t : placed at eaclTend: place
I' j caked ,in ,the cake were wedding "{an. haped 'arrangement of greenery \ "' cards designated the' ting": ar-
: "
;: .
.. ,
: with '
1I centered 'pink gladioli. >
ch'arms told Ihe" ,. 'J!
I which future tt i lli rangement.
i I each attendant.. The cake was* ''t The three pun h ta"es, two on ,, 'f-I} a. Ass'sting; the hostesses in serving -
_ '
the,terrace" and'one' ,
Lg.' flanked "by'-twin of : in'the reception ...... ;."' were 'MrS. E. AV Y nceyana
; arrangernnt4: : overlaid t :;; 1 1, .... ,( ):., '
room, were with pink : -*"
I ink roses, .snapdragons'and dais t ," Mrs. L. F. Dinkins.'
linen cloths and centered with c t :;:"
ies in 'a, silver container.:. Bridal 1 il' .' i '" As a memento- of ,the occasion,
'zS marked lr' Crystal punch bowls which were ri' iI! the hostesses presented the"rnon-
; r place cards the seating i"" 'surrounded with greenery interspersed F :..t ''C ..
U : 4 a : arrangement and at 'each attend. ;',',t dee with an. automatic. coffee
.. ant's place was 'a"'gift "from" the ,l.\, ...... I .f pink gladioli florets. 1 '' .Lft": maker. .

... #: : : bride wrapped" "in white satin pap' Davis-McClane 'Large\;ches, silver nuts and Irays cookies.held IntImatefriends sand-. : "',! ,. .:' ; ." .Among the 25 guests attendingthis

.. e : pet and tied with bows' of 'tulle 'eciding field of the honored guests and i r .':. .....' :. ':f'"f'. ,1.. lovely" affair' 'with, the, -hostesse'jfand > -
,,. s.nJ1atin ,11bb ris. The .individual I I.In' non r guest were Mrs. Lex
., : ,,%i.I hosts presided at' these tables. I ,; '!.- "' "
mither'bf /
S t -: tcb tables were covered with white -I Miami Church, During the evening the guests ; F "- ,. .k.. ,,', ;:1':I i Green th'e ''blide-elect.
Miss'Bett Bish p ofGimdr'\'a.;
:- l linen cloths and centered .* I ,
j'\? with lw ,were entertained by Miss luara I : ,, '. ,.& '
4. k arrangements' of greenery, and Nuptial rites were performed at L .. ,. .- ..,",.-.;..<. ", >. M"ss Mary Lou: : Harris of 'Games
:. Payne, soloist, accompanied byArchie >fi < "'" : ;'
'or t' ..i 1 ville Mrs V. 'W.1'Stnekfa'nd ?
'RaderMemorial ; J ot
ml J 7 1 in : ,
S pink gladioli florets. 7:3Tp7: ( on, ne Greens -
U 4 p r4 f. the piano: An ., t ; '" '' :: ," .,",'} t.:, J': D4'S" Moines; 1.. Mrs" it'L. 'Seer
Miss Slade assisted .
was in entertaining Methodist Church, ,Miami'for orchestra the 1 'l t L. J .
from University of #
II !. her guests by.her'moth"- Florida the I :t '", : .., > ...,;: i' .,;# M 'Lake Woflh. Mfss TMareuenta- .
: Miss Hope Baskette Davis provided Gables'
I -,"' -"""': "- Santander of Coral MISSDiana'
er Mrs. """ '
I -- -
.. : T. H: 'Slade Sr. Mrs. for ; ; 1. ; ;; ,;
music dancing on the' terrace.
and Thomas Kindred McClane
.. Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington, Del.: Col. and Mrs.: Long and Mr. Miss Carol Jennings Weds Ervin {Cuschel Smith of Winter Garclen.
Miss Montine Matzat
and MISSMa.ry
presided at the silver cliafmg dish, HI. The candlelight doubleringC
I and Mrs. Lewis greeted guests at In I First : Ellen of
Baptist Church Last Week Spence
end '
Mrs. Needham Hurst of Indianapolis ceremony took .place in a setting the door, while Mrs. Jackson; "

Ind. served the salad. of palms white chrysanthemums Mrs. Forehand, and Mrs. Hurst I -
The First
It Baptist Church was ed cn the corner. .j
; AJso assisting were Mrs. .1'. 1'. and candelabra. greeted in the reception hall. the Mrs. Slade HostessAt
Long, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, and 500 setting for a beautiful. wedding Roy Koontz of Green Cove

Mrs. J. W. Jackson"of aconton, The' bride is the daughter of Approximately the guests called Monday, evening, June _9, Springs attended the groom as I Buffet SupperMrs.

Ga. theRev. and Mrs. Jack' A. Davisof during appointed hours, from when vM1.Carol Lynn Jennings, 1 best man. and the ushers were .
8 to 11:30 o'clock. T. H. Slade Sr.
I Miami, and the bridegroom isthe d daughter of Dr. and Mrs. LloydH. Walter 1.. Jennings, brother of. entertained
Fifty-six guests attended this .
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jennings, exchanged vows with'I the bride, .Robert T ccia of at a buffet supper Wednesday
delightful affair. "
Junior Club of last week at her home
S K indred McClane II of Gainesille. Ervin G. Kuschel, Jr., of Green Starke, and Ronnie Macadaeg of *evening

Susan oq :l-1qoed:} fprmerly! of Starke. el f Eini\er) Dance Cove, .Springs< son of Mr.. and .Mrs.I Green CoVe Springs.' :. on town' E. 'Call wedding'streit"or guests her while out-of-,:the

The bride's father officiated at Ervin G. Kuschel Sr. Garrison, A lovely gown' of white) tulle ;
At At Club ,I of the were entertained -
m en family being
,- Birthday Pry he* ceremony, and also gave' hisdaughter __ I Minn. Officiating at the eight 0'- and Chantilly lace over satin was at a bachelor party atingsley
I : dr'.. ; -'"' The Junior Woman's clock doubl -f ing nuptials was chosen by the bride. The
Mrs.: Joseph 0Voo t ntrtarn- in marriage! He was as- Club will I delicateK .Lake.
-- .
. "' ....... ,, .. d 1I ed at 'a' 'birthday ''party at her istedTby Dr,-Prentice A' Pugh of hold a dinner dance on Thursday, Rev.' Lewis D. Haines ly molded bodice featured a becOming About '20 guests enjoyed i theupi
: Miss Joanne Slade And Charles home on WashingtoiTstreet I, Wednesday ;' ,- lashville, :Tenn., an uncle of the, June 26, at 7:30: p.m. in tbe 'Officers ,Highlighting the altar of thesanctuary' ,Bateau neckline embelliss r on tffe"Slade! tef race.Farm'ly .,
I Sawyer afternoon. June 11, tor bride. rClub at (Camp Blanduig for: were pedestal baskets ed with' appliques of 'fldraT' em-

: Exchange Vows In Lovely Church Ceremony her daughter,* Susan who was I R. Watson Dutton, director of I members* and. their. husbands or I Qf white gladioli and pompoms broidery.jhe Volumnious* skirt' ,

; celebrating: her third anniversary.Th'e musical"the church, was soloist, gr.i ests. I against 'a background of magnolia' terminated,in a short 'train. Jer Picnic

One of the loveliest weddings handmade handkerchief which L i -party 'was' 'held,in the yard L accompanied by Mrs. Orville Win-. Reservations must ,be in by June : boughs, ligustrum, and palms. fingertip veil of imported Illusion: Given By GreensThe

: of the season. was*. solemnized". Sat- was carried by her paternal. where the nine little guests enjoyed erstena af the organ.. J 23; and ,may ""be made, by calling Burning white',tapers in graduated was held in, place by a4crown

vrtfc evening at eight 'cIock1 grandmother at her wedding., playing' 'and were' given favors The bride's -gown 'was a floor Gwen lloxley at 444-J, Joan Chit- placques'an'd'sevenbranchedcandelabra I tulle and lace bordered with family of the late .Mr. andMrs.

: when Miss Joanne Slade. daughter Mrs.: Slade selected lace' of balloons ,and canay., ''1h e- refreshment length 'oiig nal of white silk org ty at '403-J, or Betty Jane 'Morgan -' cast a soft glow'over pearls and she carried a 'dia- A. H. Green held a delightful

of Mr. and' Mrs.. Thomas ballerina length gown for her table in the yard held L ;:anza over satin and tulle: with a at .360-W after :5 p.m. the setting.. fiuptial music was;I mond-shaped ''bouquet of white family picnic Saturday after-;

S Hbwell Sl de. Sr., became the daughter's wedding, compliment- traditional birthday cake, ice, 6 nistle1ui 'the ]back. The "torso'itfed Hostesses for the evening are. rendered before the c'eremony'. orchids and valley lillies with noon""aT: 'the-"N lsoni'Gi. ii home.

: bride'of John Charles Sawyer, ed with pink and white accessories cream and '''soft drinks. : bodice.. was. fashioned with Joan Chitty, chairman, HettyJane Mrs! Lex Green, organist, and I Irs. white satin streamers. :The bride's I The pa.rty honored kiss j abel -

a sop of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Car- and a corsage of pink: }.[rs. Wood 'was aSSisted by her sHort sleeves! and' a* neckine" Morgan. Gwen '('Moxley, Betty },! R ndal -F.' Chitty and Mrs. only' qrnamen s"were solitaire Sublett and Harry Green

: roll Sawyer, Sr. of'Charlotte, N. cymbidium orchids. mother,' Mri: A'*'J. Thomas Sr.' U ,: adorned Jjy]lace square' appliques Bloodworth, Sue Winkler, AnnSnell. L. F. Dinkins': who sang' in duet pearl earrings and a string of whose marrige will be an event

I C. formerly of Miami. 'Mrs. Sawyer chose a beige lace and p rl'mbroid iY.? A crown'of and Pat Cauffman. ':]:Love You Truly.",Mrs. Dinkins; pearls, a gift of the groom. of July 5, Mr.'and Mrs. Jesse Sub

Officiating at the Impressive gown with crushed satin cummerbund L adiesCotincil cascade pearls "and 'Iridescent also sang the "Wedding Prayer." Mrs. Jennings selected for her lett of Walter Hill!!, Tnn.. parents
double-ring ceremony in the First I accented with beige'acces- Mathews Are'Hosts 'The bride daughter's wedding a gown of '
Met Tuesday caught her fingertip veil, and she who was given In I of Miss Sublett, who were
p Methodist Chruch was the Rev. sones and a corsage of ivory carried"Vca'scade arrangement of: At Rehearsal! Supper marriage by her father, chose II pink lace complimented with an here for the'weekend, and for'Mr.and .
: Beryl Roberts of Tampa. A pro- cymbidium orchids.Immediately Members of Circle : Miss Lu orchid corsage.
One of the :white phaeloeriopsfs orchids. Green as her maid of Mrs. Jimmy Green, newly-
gram of organ music was rendered following the wedding Ladies Council of the"First Christian Frances I In High SpringsMr. honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Following the wedding a reception weds. -
,Miss Davis sister of
: prior to the ceremony by Mrs. a reception was held in the Church met at the home ofMrs. r the bride, maid, of honor and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere Christina Marie Wisbrun of Cha: was held in the recreation I Approximately 40 members of

.i Lloyd. Green and the traditional East Call Street residence of the W. L. Andrews Tuesday nightat while bridesmaids was Miss hosts at a lovely rehearsal L I I. huahua, Mexico, Miss Carol Jean building of the church, which L the family and guests' attended

: wedding marches were used In' bride's parents. On the side table : 8 o'clock Stokes of were' MaryMargaret supper last Saturday evening at; Dellinger 'of Atlanta, Ga., and was decorated with magnolia this delightfuT affair.

.'. the service. Miss Mara Anne in the foyer and at points of interest Mrs. Lester Kite had charge, of r Robert Annsdorff Tampa amr 6:30: o'clock in the private' dining Miss Maxine Jones of Keystone boughs, ligustrum and white
Mrs. of
: Payne, soloist, sang "Through the in' the 1 the program the Heights. Miss Green candles in branched candelabra.
living room, where on subject of Park.: Miss Catherine room of Barber's restaurant, High was attiredin '
I :McClane.
Years"Entreat Me Not to Leave The
the receiving line stood, were prayer. She'was assisted by Mrs. sister of'the Springs, complimenting Miss Donna I an aqua tulle gown with bout- punch tables were overlaid
: 'Thee," and "The Lord's Prayer." crescent shaped arrangements of: Andrews. Mrs. MfU1 'Fogg, leader, bridegroom, wasjUn10r Breazeale and their son, Bruce I I fant'skirt featuring ruffles graduating with aqua cloths and centered

a Adorning the altar of the sanctuary white carnations, stephanotis, ]presided over the business session I t bridesmaid., wore" identical All, of the attendants Mathews, preceding their wedding from small to large from: with crystal punch bowls sur-

S were five sunburst arrange- gladioli, and chrysanthemums. :and prayer was led by Mrs. Clyde blue of crysta't lehearsal. I I top to bottom. She wore a crownof rounded with fern interspersed
: ments of white chrysanthemums, :gowns' organza, with 'white pompoms.
The bride's table in the dining and, taffeta. Their headpieceswere The bride-to-be's color motif of ( matching tulle petals and
n- gladioli and carnations in pedestal Plans were made to and at1tractiyely : I t I beaded taffeta leaves The bride's table was beautiful
room was overlaid with a white serve ,refreshments circular bands of matching aqua yellow white was and she '
i baskets. These were placed a- ; I with
to the carried carried old-fashioned an aqua loth ,featuring a
children out in the
imported appliqued organdy over during v from table bouquetof
.: velveteen which fell shoulder -
'.. gainst a background of cande- atin cloth and was centered with Vacation Bible. School the week of: length veils. They carriedcblonlal decorations and flower arrange. cerise carnations. The bridesmaids I ruffled bottom and caught up at Bradford County Hospital announces *
: labra with emballs and the
greenery corners with lusters of white
June ments. A silver
23-27. candelabra
a three-tiered temple wedding : !was gowns were aqua tulle the following births.
.- at the bases. The windows and .. .. bouquets. of. yellow carnations I I blossoms
'cake embossed with white Refreshments were served by: !i and' tuberoses. placed on the 'bride's' table arid It I full length over' taffeta,'appliqued I and satin streamers.. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Franklin
: pews of the church were also decorated orchldie Mrs. ten candle' holders with 'pearl The table was ,centered with
s stephanotis and roses. Andrews: assisted by Mrs. E Little single were and crystal beads cascading | a hade, Sr.: of Hampton a son,

a' with burning white cake were ruffles of white maline.At A. W1nk1 r. Mrs. Effie Johns, and. Miss Betty Fridy of) placed at interval down the diagonally down the front L i three-tiered wedding cake em Donald Franklin Siade, Jr. June
tapers, entwined with greenery: the corners of the table were Mrs. Marjorie Underbill.Akridge. Columbia, S. C., was flower girl, length of the tables. These were The backs were accented with i:; bossed with clusters of 'roses and .
: Which cast"a soft glow over the wearing, a short crystal blue 11.Mr.
organza valley lilies and
topped with
tulle ruffles large an
cascading arrangements of roses, in aqua I shoulder of taffeta and Mrs. Joseph Gilletteof
S* setting. *. stephanotis, and carnations.The Joan and Joyce Schojl 1. and carrying a basket of) and yellow and tied in bows with with streamers the floor. Their orchid corsage. Around the cake Starke, a son, Joseph

.. The bride who was given In Nancy Bates, Jane Richarde, Ann roSe etal3. filies of the valley. ,Bridal place headpieces and bouquets were was a ruffle c-f tulle interspersed June 12. .... Burt.

:. marriage by her father, chose buffet in the dining room Godwin Jean Mundy": Jackie Scott McClane, three-year-old cards designated the seating arrangement similar to the honor attendant's. with 'whIt? pompoms, gladioli
: was graced with silver candelabra Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baldreeof
a -
I: her sister, Miss Flora Slade, asher Strickland, Sandra Norman Melissa brother of the bridegroom, wasring' 'Marking the places Little florets and fern. Completing the
I l Melody Cuttino and Karen Starke
with burning white tapersand a son, David
S maid of honor The bridesmaids -: Stallings, and Nancy DuPi .. bearer. of the attendants were gifts from Harris served flower arrangement were two silver Skipper( i ,
showers of white velvet ribbon as girls June 14.
? ,were'Miss: Susan Slade, Also assisting at the reception: 'Mr. McClane was his son's best the bride ana groom. and were attired in similar candelabra holding burning white
carnations: and lifie gowns
: sister of the bride, Mrs. T. H. valley S. were Mrs. A. Y. Covington, Mts. man while' ushers were. Don 'Mc- Attending'this delightful affair: to the bridal attendants. The tapers. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
In the den. where the ring
: Slade, Jr. of Jacksonville. Mrs. wedding H. C. Hitch Mrs. H. H. Adams, Clane, the bridegroom's brother:; with the honored guests and hosts bearer ''was Lloyd Greeting the guests at the door REGISTER FICTITIOUS XA5JE
gifts, displayed Jen is hereby that
It; A. C. Sawyer, Jr. of Greenville, S. f were arrangement was of a lovely white Manhaped rs. J. M. Vickers Mrs. S. G, Thomas 1E. Davis the'bride's were'30 people
I' C., Miss Dale Scott of Melbourne I Denmark, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright t, brother, Marion Harrington of party, out-of-town guests and who wore a white E. Hildebran. The receiving linewas Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida Jctg
suit white
carnations of
stephanotis gladioli will
b. Miss Jane Wilkes of Cordele Ga., Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. DeColley 1 Starke members of the immediate faniI composed of l$41. register with the Clerk
and the
and chrysanthemums.The Wildred K. Smith 3 __ .. shoes and black tie. ,He carried a wedding of the Circuit Court, in and for Brad-
:.. and Miss Hilda Jackson of Bacon- Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Ji., of Winter Park. ies. '"* satin pillow with flowers party"and 'the parents of the for County, Florida, upon receipt 'Of

ton. Ga. two punch tables, one on Mrs. J. A. Griffin. Mrs. Robert r '' _____ _____ r. arrang- bride. Presiding at the bride'stable ; p roof of publication of this notice,
Mrs. Davis, mother of the bride, ______I_; he fictitious name of Clay Gully
the front
.j\ The bridal attendants wore lawn, and the other on Turner, Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Mrs wore ecru lace over aqua taffeta and cutting the cake were Stanch; under which I am engaged 'in

.' Identical gowns of aqua( silk organza the back terrace, were overlaid Alice Anderson Mrs. E. L. Mai and Mrs. McClane, the bride, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. F. B. 2 miles south Of Hampton',

:t _ballerina length with with white linen cutwork' cloths thews, and Mrs. R. L. Grace o I f groom's' mother, chose pink lace Beard, Mrs. L. D. Haines, !4r L E. D. Allen, Box 26, Hampton. Fla.,
.' and centered with crystal bowlssurrounded Albany Ga. Eustis McKnight sole ewner. 1
princess lines and bodices of over taffeta. Both and Mrs. Frank
by clusters of smallgreen .wore corsagesof Dated this 19th day of June, A. p.
After spending some time with Jones. Miss Sandra
:; Chantilly lace. The matching pink ,$sweetheart roses. Jones kept 1958 at Starke Bradford County, ,
a bandeaux were fashioned with grapes. their guests the ycung couple I Following trie' the bride's book. Florida. '

:: Illusion and seed pearls. They carried The seven, aunts cf the bride 'eft for a ten day wedding trip ception ceremony a re- Assisting in serving were Mrs. -. 6119 4t 710|
was held in -
S crescent bouquets of rhubrumlilies were among those assisting as after which they will reside mAtlanta. : the .churchpat1o Luther Powell, Mrs. E. D. Tenly, CALL. FOR, BIDS
hostesses. Greeting the The bride chose for Mrs. C. J.Houpt June IK. 196V
S and feathered pink car I guests at Mrs. L. F.;Din- Sealed bids will be received by
:; nations accented with tiny pink the door were Mrs. T, T. Long raveling a two piece ensemble' of The bride graduated from high ,- kins, Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr., Mrs. the City Council of the City of

.: bows.. and Mrs. C. W. Sinclair. Standing rtalian cotton in shades of blue. school .f in Winter Park and at- t'4 4i Tyler Jones, Mrs. W. ;'B. Parks Starke.tarke, Florida, until the City 7:00: Hall o'clock! in

:'' Attending the bride flower hi the receiving. line in the she wore a French imported; tended Wesleyan College in Macon Ti '. Mrs. James Lewis Mrs. J. M. pm., on Tuesday, -Jury I, A.U.,
as livinsr room were Mr. and Mi rs.f f eather hat with which she wore Ga. She received her B. S. ,q .'"- -..- ,i. Vickers Mrs. H. B. Hamilton, 1958, at which time 'and place ail
girls were little Misses Evelyn'Sinclair 1 : bids received will be publicly opened
degree last
: r of 'Stark Paige Pritch- 'Shade, Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer the metallic gray accessories and a week from" Florida M :' .l' Mrs. I. G. Harris 'Mrs. 1C H. and''' read aloud' on the followIng -
State {
I bride and and 'Orsage of the orchids from her University where she was ":' Sheppard
| groom members of Mrs. Orie Wiggins,
ette of Albany, Ga., and Sandra active In'Glee Oat New 1958 Tudor Sedan color
the wedding party. Assisting as bridal bouQuet.Among Club; tud nt government Mrs. Myldred Cuttino Mrs. black, V-EIght Police !
: Blade of Baxley. Ga. They were : :: j Donald 1 Special: WIth
floor hostesses indoors were Mrs: the out-of-town guests :Wesley"Foundation, and :' ; '.'i1 McRaeT: Mrs. Randal Chitty, a mlmlmoirf 280 'bp"'an4 wita'a
'I I gowned in white| organdy poisedover i minimum of 114 inch wheel
N. were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jobs h Kappa .Delta ,sorority.Mr. '
aqua( satin with sashes K. Hurst of Indianapolis Ind. ) < 't" and Miss Ann Elder. Assisting in equipped with heavy duty" brakes,

:: and carried bouquets aqua similar to Mrs. L. H. Lewis of Wilmington) :, and daughters Linda and Kay, otLeesburg McClane received his B. S. serving sandwiches on silver trays Leece-Neville radfator. fan and 50-AMP turn indicators,

., the bridal'"attendants. -.--- -. Dela.. Mrs. W. S. Shade, 'J!'. of ,.Ralph Snow of Athens, degree from the University of were Miss Jean: Mundy, Miss srftttm. One Tudor 1951 Alternator Ford

aa Baxley, Ga.. Mrs. D., C. Forehandof : Oa. Miss Ann"Shirley of Atlanta, Florida and is in his second{ vpar Linda Hildebrari, Miss Brenda I Mainline to be traded. AI') extra

Albert C. Sawyer Jr. served his I Albany, Ga.. and Mrs.- J. W. la., :Mr. and Mrs.J, 'J."Dean and of Medical,School there. He Is a Lewis, Miss Carolyn Vickers, and mounted"-eqnipment on new to police be excluded car. Ford and

:) brother as best man and the. Jackson .of Baconton. Ga. Others family .of Albany. .Mr. and Mr$. member of Kappa Alpha frater- Miss Carol McRae. cn be seen at Police Headquarters.The. .
S ushers were Tom Slade Jr. of Roy Ward and family of LakeCity : nity. said City reserves tbe right
assisting Inside After
were Mrs. J.: E. spending some time with to-accept or reject any or '*11 bids.
I Jacksonville. Tom Lang and Johnny Dean of, Baconton, Ga.. Mrs. W. Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Car- After a wedding trip Mr. and I their guests the young couple left CITY OF STARKE, FLOK1OA '
:,J Kbpelousos of Stark FredPeade'of ron. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond'Wo By Carl ,Johns. City Clerk,
S. Slade and Mrs. Charlie Stevenson .. Mrs: McClane are now at home on a two weeks honeymoon I to 4-19 Zt I-n
Fort Myers, Alton Johnson i- of Greenville. S.-C. Mrs.'J. G.Pritchett ward Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Space at 308 South 12th St. in Gaines- i-- L 'r- r--'" Jacksonville Beach. The bride -. '

:, of Valdosta. Ga.. and' WilliamHurst" and, Mrs .Ralpa.] Allison Sr.Js of Jacksonville,.Uoyd H.: ;Lei, ville.' Mr. McClane .will continuein Miss Joanne Slade and her /iance,. jCharles Sawyer, are chose for traveling a pink linen In ford('curt C.BBtr Of ,C.tate..., of Jade Fl.....Brad.."

S onndianapollsrind; : of Albany Ga. oTWllmlngton. DeL, Alrs."j. C. medical school and Mrs. !c- pictured 'al rehearsal; supper :h,I eLl last Friday evening at the dress 'with pink accessories, coniplimented I IN RE: ESTATE OF 'RICHAItI)

: An exquisite gown of all-over' Miss Rosalie. Sheline. oLWiyne. -. Stevenson and Gary Stevenson of Clane will teach in the Gainesville Garden,Restaurant.. with the orchid from: STEPHEN'deceased.NOTICE FERNANDEZ, '

rose-point Chantfllf" "was Ind.'kept the bride's' band L V TJreenviUY.jS: c., Mrs. Free Guy, schools. her bridal bouquet. OF FILI\G PETITION

: chosen by the bride for he wed cutting the cake were 'Mrs.J. l Jane ,and Jimmy, and Mr. and Rehearsal Dinner linen cloths and arrangements of Following their wedding trip FOR. FINAL ADMINISTRATRIX DISCHABGB! OF '

: ding. The molded bodice featured W. Jackson. arid 'Mrs. D. C., Mrs. R. Lee Montague of Uainesville Spcjal Glub pink and white summer 'flowers they will go to San Diego Calif.where TO ALL WHOM IT fAY CUNCEKN! ,:

: cap sleeves and a scalloped sweetheart Forehand. ,, WS.SladeSamandSa: nrs.: For Sawyer-Slade were placed intervals down thetables. Mr. Kuschel will be stationed have Notice is hereby given that 1

: neck-',1Jne embroidered In' Presiding! at the punch tables dra of Barley Ga., Mr. and M Meeting ld Wedding'Party" The 'seating arrangementwas for three f and half years filed my of final the estate returns of as Bje admlnUtratrix ?-.

seed pearls. The bouffant skirt were classmates of the bride: Don Scott and Mrs. Donald Scott marked with bridal place with the Pacific .,Reserve Fleet at ard Stephen Fernandei. deceased:
that have filed
: ended, In a chapel, length train. Misses Ann' Shirley! or Atla tet of.Melbourne- R v. Beryl RobertsRecent The Stark Soc1al'Club met at .Mr. and. Mrs., A. C. Sawyer Sr. cards in "the !shape of"an arch the U. S. Naval Station. final discharge. and my that petition I will ap-for

The- bride's 'three-tiered veil of MelrOse Yinson ofFort "Valley] of Tampa; and. X G. Prichett 'of the MethodIze 'Fellowship'' Hall "! of harIotte, N. C. were' centered with 'w ddirig bells'and Dir td the Honorable Theron ,A.
Yawn County Judge of Bradford
: silk 'illusion fell gracefully from Charlene Bell of Tallahassee, and Albany., Ga. Tuesday' with, 17 members. a lovely rehearsal" ,dianer.last Friday : valley fellies.The pecan tree in the Fro County. Florida. on July II. Hi

a matching lace., Juliet' cap.'She Rosalie Sheline-of Indianapolis, BirlhRep. and guests, 'present.The evening complimenting their corner of the dining room was entwined { gram.- f : at same'-10:00 and: a.m.for' ," for approval of tile
finallllS'harge as
a carried a.crescent shaped bouquetof Ind. Those from Starke assistingat ) group enjoyed party games son Charles Sawyer, and Afcss I with, pink; hydrangea blossoms 'The first Presbyterian Church ministratrix of the estate. of Klen-

: white vanda >orchids stephanotis. the tables were Mrs. Jimmy .. and Mrs. Doyle Conner and a movie;- "Time' -The'Servant Joanne $.lade.Jollowmg their wedding ... and greenery. will*ha've "their *clOSing exercisesVBS *..... tf+b.e, 'Fen""I.. 'dtftIUlt'd.1Datf'd' !
this J'vne
no'f'5S"at Mtarke
a white roses and 'valley lilies Rowe, Misses Jackie Colley Margaret announce tthe birth of a daught.l ... *of- h Mam"gpste _.. renearsaL .The'50'guests included members for their Vacation Bible School: Bradford County, FlorIda. .

:>' with showers of white satin iiily Rose Duncan. Jackie Hol)bs.leyGreen Kimberly Ann on June 14 at' iheBaptistMemorial were .Jj.jfradford.>> j&y, The! dinner was held at the Gar.denltesSuraStwficre of the wedding party.lmt'-of-" '"Mon Friday evening at 7 o'clock' at e] J3va AImlnl"tratrlx L. Fernandez of the estate

ton..Pearl earrings were her lya ;'Lnda"Johns1San-! [ i Hospital 1. ack"sonvme. W. S. McAliley, and Mrs. Ed 'thetJ"sniped guests, and members of the br efihe church. Parents and 'friends ef Rkhard" 8tepheJl-'t'hnan

prnament and,she carried dra ,Johns. Babs Lance.' Janet 4 Simpson. tables jwere.oYeiiaid with,.white and bridegroom's'families.. are cordially invited ,to attend. des, deceased. I-n 4t 71'a


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: I .FtinerarMbhilay .: Decent Birth rSiia reals' are 'Mr/lM/ ..[.i l

r 1 I F.. Crews of L-iwt*" aiiif> iu.I .(-
a rot Mrs. Dumpier PC.. and Mrs. Warren K. Boat.right -, fie Boatwiight also of Lawt&yDefore
: 1\. of Camp Lpjnine. N. C.I
Ii : Mrs. Ora. Belle Dampier, 67, of her marriage. Mrs. Boat-
a nncunce the arrival of a daugn-'
: kN Garden City a. subbuib.of Jack- tejscnville r. Linda Faye, on June 10. Wright was MISS LInda Crews.

I died Saturday, enroutel' :'--n __ ______ --
j to a hospital, following a heart
--* attack. She was a former residentof
Share the Profits in Starke
.-' Starke and( High .Springs.

.1! Mrs. Dampier-was'bom in Dawson '
1' w :y / ,.Ga. and lived in Jacksonville: 'I'
"or tight years. She was a mem-
j ; ; -" of the Garden City Methodist
: : :, : t- Church.

:; 1 ; of- Surviving are her husband, P. r -
; ; ; A. Dampier; two daughters. Mrs.

'' ; a .xi John 'D. Welchcl Decatur- Ga..
.: ; .tl i 4, and Mrs.. Ji W. Clapp of Atlanta;

TCerrsider three sons, Parker and .Hancel FRIDAY SATURDAY JUNE 20 21
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] : ... .-J. .. ;,;. : Dampier: of Jacksonville: ,and R.
I : C.4Pee[ ,Weel Dampier of Starke;
: ; ThexLjliesFrp a sister Mrs Evi& Dupree, Atlanta -
: ,*Ga.; a brother: ,James

: \ : i; : ;; 8 u lhiTo.A Business. seven Cranford grandchi'dren.Jacksonville! ; and I 1

; ... .. .. ..... .... . . Puneral services were held at
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f f''tA.e! > .1'0 BATH TOWEL
r;, 4:30 p.-.m.; Monday in the Gid- ,
: 'of} Mary Sue Hollis makes a pretty more'size on them and then reselto 1
l i 'I picture1 'amohglthe! Easter lilies nartlrern'II1II'5e11es 'as' fcrctnbults'4or Jackson.vile, I

: ; :, '''grottnfby-'feer %tepfatheru: George .the Easter trade. Bulbs pastor of the Garden-City Methodist : ,, 'I
!! I Cheshire:, 'at 'their{ hcme1 "on,:of'severr'inch- size or larger are.I -'Church' officiating.
; West -'PraU; street. 'I soldby .Mr.'iChesier' 'in the, mail 1 Burial\ 20" X
I 1 was in Green Lawn Cemetery
I : s : Th e blo 'omV, lovely as they I order business he has developed Jacksonville. 40"z
'' [ I to' seeai'are. Just' a "by-product! for and the balbtets are reserved foe i ireplantinglrin !
: Mrf 'whose | the fall. FOR
Ch Shier real business
of is'growing 'lily 'bulbs for Sou'tlrFlorida' I IOf. ;cmrrsp,, there are secrets i in Bloodhounds 3a
: the trade;: but i Mr. Cheshiersays n
'I : nurserymen i I he:'uses ..regular47 5 'fertilizer 4L R
; "I got into this business as a I : Gift To County I u
j and has a routine spray program.:
hobby. .
Cheshier said "but it R ,
One reason bulbs from thi&.1i1' soon became a business." He, went; in-such 'tCiritfnned'frs>nt $>attf. One] I
; are demand is that; they
of on to explain this his mother, was' ,
given'a are"clean", net having a diseasetermed taken when he surprised the guard
; handful of Easter lily
"fleck" which is'prevalent, from: behind. But the dbnvicts.
: bulblets'more 'than 20 years ago farther south.. Bulbs also, put on clearly exhausted, offered no resistance ,, >(
this start
as a they continued
better growth. in, this area, ,it is and surrendered gun 1
to them 'at the family
t grow
) : farm on Griffis ,Loop, during the said.Besides without firing a shot. I
the planting at his The fugitives were turned over rkai v -
time that Mr. Cheshier ,was .en-
; home Mr. Chesier has a half to Bradford Ccunty deputies Riley
J ployed: at White's store in Starke
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; : ;! r. arre field.of l lilies on Highway Sweat and Russel Redding and
] ; ; I and; later"at'Green's grocery J PO. Most 'of the work is done by Starke policeman Billy Overstreet:J I

; :; This has been a, late season for him with the help of Mary Sue.', who brought them to the county 7" f .-.
: lilies, which usually bloom be-, 12, ,and another .
stepdaughter, jail here to await court' action.
( !: ; t i$ ns li tween Easter and Mother's.., Day,. Betty Jean,, 14., The, deputies and State Prisons
> depending} en weather conditions,
Mrs. Cheshier she ,
: says agents then breathed a sign ofa
< : (1 :' n' and continue. in bloom for abouta they flowers,.,but her work as'FE'Smstress' relief and went searching for thenearest x xi
i i month.
: keeps her so busy she bed as they 'had little or.
;' t1 l : After the stalks die down the hardly has time "to look, at nosleep.1! I since the
t. ) ; :' I work of blub, digging begins:'-, thfm." escape. i r .
I Strickland.- serving 25 for
; << 'i : { this year, some time, -in August.J years
s \ Even ,though he's been at it for armed'robbery, was sentenced to
; As ong's stalks are green. 4he i,,20 years Mr. Cheshier says h e 10 years for :aggravated assault I
bulb is still growing, Mr. Cheshier''*' still has 'lot ., ? d
: r's- a to learn about the' and 5 for escape. Meadows received -,
: I explains. i'I business'He'plans to attend a 5 years for 'eScape. The men
; Bulbs of four or five inch cir{growers 'meeting- ,
: Georgia: sooiand were'sentenced the day after their Solids
; cumference are sold to several' :i i hopes to pick up.a few new capture by Circuit Judge George
j bulbmen in Lake County who put ideas.teenagers. ,
I < .J J t Pastels
t : Mrs. Richard Fowler and twosons ,, and older single young 'Prison officials, in expressing
: and Mrs. Ruby Collins of I r I people at the close of the service. their appreciation to the Bradford O ColorsS.TUMP'S
) C ocoa''arrive' today' to spend the I Free refreshments will'be serVed.A men for their tireless vigil,
weekend here with friends. I I movie showing how one young presented the Sheriff's office with ... ,a. L. wrisa ilk

Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och- man won his wife over many two young bloodhounds yesterday..
locknee, Ga. and Mrs. W. H. suitors, including a millionnaire, The dogs are being kept at
: ; Thomson of Monticello are will be shown at 7:30: with the Deputy Redding's house. and will

: in spending this week with their main service starting at 7:45. begin training within, few weeks :
Thursday's topic will be "After to assist officers in tracking down
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F: r
Stump. Evelyn and Mar)orie Death Where and What?" Some criminals.And .
I .
Thomson spent last week with of the questions to be discussed so, a tense and dramatic
; : D. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. will be: Will we 'know each other segment of law enforcement"came' DEPARTMENT: m

I : ,Stump. '* beyond, the, grave Do the ,dea4.'I torn end'as,lhe.Qf1tC IlTiAA.: tQ} .\ r 'i't ',1 t '
Rcbin Sharon and Mary Gates. know what is happening earth m.Uu1di rrceiyedir.'f.:or) lw'1!\rj ; E. CALL* T. .' <.4a.s PHONE 100

Fox of Charlottesville, Va. are I'I And can we communicate with the bwardufor :tbe"t"ff{ '\ i, 'J) +: J 1
------t D. dead? la, p' "Xu, rt ,01 ''- r u.;' ".
I spending this week with their .
uncle I A color movie on the life of: -
and aunt, Mr. and'Mrs.. u ;
Carl Rberts. Christ will '"be shown at 7:30: p.mVFinal Co. fiM J1i ae i PfofitsihStgr; e

Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Mrs. Sunday J
The final revival service will beheld .
Jacqueline Moorer and daughterLee .,
Sunday night when Dr. Dank-:
spent Tuesday of last week ;
ids will deliver his
with Drr and Mrs. E. H. Robertsat pnze-winning-
Atlantic Beach. sermon on "Gambling with Des* ,
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tiny. This message was tran;.
scribed as preached and submittedin

'ReMarriage'Revival a world-wide sermon contest L
entered by 247 min sters1 from It

nations, The Daniels'; entry won
first prize.In 0
!' !, Service announcing this sermon Dr.

Daniels said: "I want it understood FRL-SAT,
[Continued from Page One] that no message can bless one

DanielS: most talked-about' apart from the power of God npotrHr J. N 20 21a t

I mon. Parents and 'young"1; people It is the Holy Spirit that ton. l t 2I. ,
t f 1 on alike thank him ''foi 'the plain.. vkts and saves, not a mere se?.
fearless, needed things 'life say* 'mom:. I have seen as many as 230
about the moral, sbtlal; and sex 'saved at the conclusio0 of mils' ms PAY Z
problems facing yotmfffceopli toi' message, but; God did the savingnot
day. It gets down ''Axlitere!' the the sermon." H ;tn* *97 TEr"35'' i2 *"* S5ri** fcTT "

of young people hive.'q'r'' :<* ,. 'The message deals with Satan's our o, e oese j
Ii j Leistner added: "This' messageis 'lIlo lled dicV and shows how teen qiir L.i noice or TTiest?
I so interesting until ''we have hit 4 gartole with their destiny. 'Tae I 95
en offered J20 to -'ybangfpe-*- 'evangelist has promised "to name BEDROOP !
: \ son who can sleep .through We ,the'biggest gambler in Bradford. QLETE (
sermon, and we have' never1 1 loSt County." It- i t l. t *
a dollar on this offer..' Older peo* ; u ;,Tjfte expense budget Of the revival
pie enjoy it 'as much as the young was completed last SuM Y LiOIIVS for.only

ones." night, according to' announcementby ...:. .rrifiiPXm .
Party For YouthA W. H. Williams, chairman
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to -
party will be given for all the finance"committee..' % M
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A Fact You Can Do Better At"

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". 1j-louRU 'IXJUNT: *, TldJLuUAPll. .;TA&K' FLOBlJlA-: THTRSt\V. *.' 19, 1938


:jVitsky Presented Elks president Association of tile Florida and George State I Charges Filed Against Driver Another Big Grand OpeningOf

Life Membership I Reeves, also of Gainesville past New Ford

In Elks Lodge exalted ruler.J. Who Collided With Fog Machine ShopportunityDays Agency ScheduledClyde [Tlie firing Scriptures- by Jack Hmntn:

&:>. Doyle Starke bus nessman, In Company with God's Laws

a- Phil Vltsky was presented an was elected Vice President of the Wednesday evening, June 11, WeekendCash Terwillegar, Starke's new ,, I I

)honorary life .membership in thetiici Northeast Florida District at the 9:50 p.m. The nig'nt is clear, the at Bradford County Hospital after' franch.sed Ford dealer, invites the /

: Club Monday nignt in recog.Jnition t lonvention last month in Lake road is dry. The Bradford Coun-I suffering from a concussion a gift, certificates and a public to attend the grand openingof \ \

of h13 .tireless efforts! tor Worth. Willis McCall was elected ty Health Center's mosquito broken right wrist, internal injuries bevy of extra: prizes await the the new agency (formerly An- ? : Q I I I

he organization, president. There are 9 lodgesin .chemical spray truck comes out of I and, numerous face and lucky persona at this' Saturdays drews Motor Co.) this Friday ana< .

I An Elk for S5 years. he was the district. Glenn Street and heads 'bade into body ,cuts.Thomas. Shopportunity party to be held in Saturday.A .

the town East Call Street emitting has been charged with number of interesting feat -
t principle organizer of the on front of Gem Jewelry on East Call : -

jBtarke) and Green Cove Springs John Monroe WilsonJohn thick fog for 'a radius of about 100 failing to have his VcMcle under street. ures have been planned for the

;podges. He has contributed much feet. control. Still enthusiastic over public response two-day opening, including 4U I II

'time to charitable work especial- Monroe Wilson of Route 2, I Driving the truck is Benjamin to their efforts to convince orchid corsages: for the first 4U II I

Jly the Elks' Christmas basket program Staike: died June 12 at his home 'Starling holding the speed at 10 Sunday Wreck ; shoppers that quality merchandise women who visit the showroom I

for needy families. here. A native,of Dalton Ga., he m. p. h. Operating the spray unit can be bought as cheap starting Friday morning; regia

:' Three new members were initi- had ,lived in Starke for five years. is J. U. Barton. Superintendentof Near Blanding or. cheaper In Starke than any tration for JIOO cash to be given: '

fated at the mf'mber'and' wife Surviving are his Wife, Mrs. Streets S. R. Hicks is standing I Brings DWI Charges where"else cooperating merchants away Saturday at 4 p.m.: and 1 : \ "II

)Dinner meeting: Johnny Hopelousos Elizabeth Wilson; three children on the right Side of the truck. are offering another round of lubrication jobs to be awarded' sue L ::1L \
Drunk driving 'charges have The will als
hard-hitting bargain Items ad- times daily. agency
Jack Hodge and Meade and three stepchildren none'of Without (warning, there is a
been filed against two personsas serve cold! drinks to all visitor I
vertised the'area
:LewI them living here. thunderous crash and the three throughout by
the result of a rear-end collision the house, and is of.
and radio. during open
I Attending the meeting ,were, J.fierce Funeral services were held in City employees feel themselves being press
afternoon that completely 50 of free wit l
Sunday fering gallons gas
; Smith of Gainesville, past Rome, Ga.Wherever. thrown forward with a tremendous Gem Jewelry, this week's host
demolished two automobiles each new ear sale.
amount of force. store, will get festivities under
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way at 2 p.m. Saturday with
After regaining their, senses, : 4t
44h1r1 they pick' themselves up off the people. special prizes awarded to shoppers gar Motors at 206 W. MadiSon, .
and bruises The accident occurred near the every ten minutes from then until has undergone extensive renova., 1 ,:- 'I KNOW THAtI
highway nursing cuts .1rr.11 ,)\ t' WHJTBOEVKWDCCFHlTjHiUK!
and survey the' scene before main gate entrance to Camp .i the big climax of cash awards tion and redecoration during thE }" o.

them. Blanding on Highway 16 when a at, 5 p.m. A running account of past two weeks, and now present!1 ___ i << KREVEfcNOTHIWON (

The dead quiet is (Ibroken by 1958 sedan driven by Lillian Belts the festive event will be broadcast one of the most attractive aut I /4hic iji"{ Be PUTT 1'J ft

residents out of their of Jacksonville crammed into the from the mobile studio of showrooms in this section.A ,,.. ..!' NCRAMVWIW.TAKEN I I1i"1I
and rear of a 1954',car-being driven by: WRGR in downtown Starke. personal invitation is extend fi fson ,
houses, cars driving up people
; cJI
crowding around. William W. Baggett of Green, Cove Following the pattern set at the I ed by Mr. Terwillegar to all residents ; t'ir

The spray truck had been knocked Sp ngs. last Shopportunity Day party the of this area to come in and m

71 feet and was completely de- Those admitted- ,to' Bradford i cooperating merchants will donate get acquainted during his grand, .JJt! ilif./. /) I

molished. The spray unit had I County Hospit suffered from I a number of valuable gift certificates opening. it1\

been thrown 54 feet in,the other 'chest, head, leg, and facial injur- I to be distributed among :

direction. ies. Baggett. in'serioUs condition, i the crowd gathered at the 5 p.m. County Judge

: You Live North of the road was a pile of was transferred to Lake, City tor event. These certificates will
twisted metal that had once formed further treatm nt. have a value of hundreds of dollars Has Full Docket Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church

MAIL1' a 1955 automobile. ..The driver Miss Betts was charged with when applied, on purchasesat Escapees Archibald J. Strick

BANK BY was located and rushed to the reckless driving and both drivers the stores donating them. land and Weldon B. Meadowswere ;

hospital in, critical condition. The were charged with driving while Only one of the three cash each charged last week wit] I
three* City men were also sent tor intoxicated. prizes at the June 7 party has FOR SALE BY OWNER
Customers who live some1distance aggravated assault, petit larcen:
I been claimed. Mrs. F. J. Pellum.
observation. Clay County Deputy H. B. .
from the bank seem Starke police officer A. K. Smart holder of No. 161334 claimed the and escape for slugging a guard, !S :
taking his gun and escaping from ;
: to appreciate most the con Brown Jr. investigated and sur- second prize of $15. The first a convict road gang south oj "i.kJ 1 11\ { 'H1

mised that Leo Julian Thomas Jr. prize number 144764 and third 1tT'
of banking mail. last week. If'
ventence by FFA Workshop Starke \' f :
of Gainesville, driver and only occupant prize number 4)6975.1 have not yet \ ; '
But some of our nearer neigh Also, on County Judge T. A J .
of the car, had been traveling Open MondaysPaul been claimed. The deadline is Saturday .,,' f.
Yawn's docket, Ruby Thompso: ...
bors like this method too. This at 60 mph In a 45 mph zone at 5 p.m. 1
with improper ex __
bank offers special envelopes the speedometer stuck at Hutchings, vocational ag Since Shopportunity Days start' was charged .
hibition of dangerous weapoi
75 and collided with the rear instructor at BH3, announces that ed last March, with more than 20 a
to make banking by mail malicious injury for reportedly -
of the spray truck, possibly becoming -I the work shop in the ag building Starke merchants cooperating,
'" easier. We'll be glad to supply confused in the heavy tog win be kept open all day each Saturdays have begun to look like shooting up a car and threat.

you with some, on request. from the machine. Monday for those.who wish to do "the good old days" with crowds ening its occupants.

Officer Brown could find no in. welding or other work. Hutchingswill coming to town early and staying I Unlawful speed charges wev

dication of Thomas' brakes being be on hand to keep the shop late to take advantage of the out 'levied against George Arnold Wilcox -

applied. It was noted that the car I open. standing bargains being offered by Richard Dokson Martin

FLORIDA Bank was equipped with power (Drakes. He also announced that the local stores on these special week Richard Stone, James Howar L-

Due to the extent of the damageto ends. I Hurst, Bobby R. Saunders Jame
One of 28 Banks In '
at S..k.the Bradford FFA of which
Florida National the rear othe truclt it was Chapter, Lewis Law, Thomas Sanders Concrete Block Home located at 140-1 E. Call St. in
S impossible to determine if it's rear i he is Advisor will hold Its first James Richard Johnson anc
Group I Recent Birth
lights were functioning at the summer meeting on Thursday, James Edward Webb. Starke. 3 bedrooms, 2 full tile baths, double carport.

I June 26 at 7:30 in the Charged with improper driver''!
p. ag Kenneth Robinson
time.The Mr. and Mrs.
_ Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Gainesville oil distributor building. daughter June license were Eddie Williams anLJnwcod Radio and intercom system in all rooms. Can be seen
I of Starke a
is now listed in "good" condition' Gibson. Frank Joe Nag
16. by appointment.
.: was cited for improper passing
Bertha Crawford and William J. L. K. WHITEHEAD. Phone Starke 448.L

Miller for, being .drunk, All ons)
FORD DIVISION of Ford MdforjCompany invites 'to meet
you your : Chandler for having no driver'''!

.. license, ,Leslie George Greene fo -

: NEW FORD DEALER !i Battle aggravated for fighting.assault, and Fran]! Sell It Rent! & Trade It

U Circuit Court Bradford C Batj
florid,*: la Clutneery.
\ Julia feud Williams, Plaintiff, vs: r 1
William Henry Wiilains, Defendant,
Ca \.. 13-570 20 WORDS OR LESS O.e I..*rtlo. (Mtbtmim Chary .Ti

.. NOTICE 'TO APPEAR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 0\ Eft 20 ---- .- -__.._ 4e Pr, Wart
L3L To: William Henry WIlliams!, :20% DISCOUNT 0\ REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD
: _._ whose residence and address Is: 1;r '
Master Stret>t, Franklin N. J. ,
You are hereby notified that a sul -

I'r I I for divorce has been filed agalns t DISPLAY ___----nh:5 Pn lack fltct la..ntoa
in the above named' Court .
you sn:
cause ana you 'are hereby required t( *].<*> PER INCH FOR O\K OR MORE TI"Et

serve a ropy of your answer cpleading : CARDS OF THANK Tp To BO W.rd.) -----___ _____ $3.0*
to the complaint on th ___ __
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WORDS c..te P.
: : OVKH 5O h Wor'
Plaintiffs Attorney Tanzlt-r & Maddox '
109 Law Exchange Building
.. Jacksonville 2, Florida and file th: MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS --- 4 Cmu Per War*

: original In the cffice 'of the Clerk 01.
You'll like to do business with Ford
r' the Circuit Court en or before the 21]l balance due 011 L KINCSLEV"
I w -' : Dealer..He wants you to know him as friend and .day of July, 195 ; otherwise th,! bank FOR contras SAI.E-For some TV sets like LAKE

: neighbor. He values your good wilt highly! and ;'s allegations of said Complaint will bl! new Westinghouse and KmersonDa Due to a ranrellatloB wr have a
\0.. ", : willing to work hard to keep It. -- taken as confesed by you. timers' Gift Shoppe. tlchg touke for rest durlag August.
This notice shall be publit-hed ncieach

.-. ,- i ..f.' ........:........................................ week fur four consecutive week!I LOCIILOOSA LAKE FROXT LOTS FLORIDA REALTY CO.
_p. I S So in the Bradford County Telegraph. for Sale. J. L. or Ouy Andrews
Dated this 13 day of June, 19S8. Phone 299-H or :39-W.* Ueng OF STARKE
(OFFICIAL SEAL) 118 !N. Walnut St. TeL 383Mnrkr
--'IU Clerk of the Circuit Court WANTED-Housekeeper, room and
By Marian L. Crosby, board and small saLiry. Apply Van SU4E-Peilta
D.-puty Clerk.! Paiel 9.4: N. Temple Ave. Phone process treated
12K-W, tfhg fence posts. 4 miles Norm on 3U1
Green" & Uakken Post Co. tfchtl'
Clyde la The Coualy "8d e'. Court 01 r FOR RENT\ Small unfurnishedhouse.
Bridferd Couatr. Florida 27 Park PIa('e. Call Mrs. E. WE HAVE a new loan program for
IX RE: Estate of Catherine Teare,, I,, McKnipht %4-J 2 tp jl9 farmers. Loans of 1 to 6 years
Terwillegar Deceased. for the entire credit requirements .
NOTICE OF PROBATE FOR RENT-Four bedroom home, of the farmer and his fanj
To all persons interested inthe! partly furnished on Urooklyn Lake. ily. Gainesville Production CredJt
Your New estate cf said decedent: Contact Dr.t.faxey; Deli, Jr., Association 420 Jljrth Main
You are hereby notified that a: Gainesville Fla ftp chg Gainesville Fla. tfch.
written instrument\ purporting to, b<
Ford Dealer the Lart Will and Testament of Bald I WANTED RADIOS REPAIRED
decedent has been admitted to probatE AU Makes
AU ..,.
In this Court. You are hereby com', 20 -It) and 'BO t,..... of lm- leasable Charges -
r L 4 _* mantled within MX calendar month;I proud .a.d. Glir is price ..* MlfcPHERU'S! RADIO *: TV
from the date of the first publicaticr, term lamia Gre.... Ow..,
0 .. of this notice to appear in thin Court, 228 W. Call fit Plane 231
: :r'tE... and show {eaus, if any you can why FLORIDA REALTY CO. Starke. Fla.
the action of this Court in admitting
: Of Starke
---- lalq111 to probate should not stand, FOR SALE.-.-14 In x It ft. steel
116 X. Walnut St. Tel. 332Starke : culvert pipe I1.J5 ft. ALSO Build-
,Pictured at left Is the modern show room at unrevoked.Theron' A. Yawn, :: Fla. ing lots for sale I* S nth Oat
'k County Judge, Bradford County,
,. '. Terwilleffar Motors and"the staff (left to right) ; FIor.a. WANTED A HOL'SEKEEPEK-COil- Subdivision.Low Low down payment.
t PAX lOX. Middle: aged for elder monthly payments. BILLY
/ Clyde Terwtllegar ownerHarold K. Davis (OFFICIAL SEAL) woman in Keystone Heights.: Good JACKSOX, Phone US, c/o Central
First publication on June 19. 19586U
light work. Call :3W.! !I Keystone Truck Linei. tfchg
Parts and Service Manager; James Kowe Salesman 4t7lW. ;| Heights. Itp -

I ; Herman Hodges Mechanic; and Tommy, OXE BEDROOM furnlabcd apart-
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING; on meats for rent. Phone 165, w. T,
Lee Alien, Porter. Court St. Across from Court Mouse. Jacknon. tfchgGENUINE
C. T. U. made like by Philip.
The newly modernized and expanded Service Old Shoes new
Pradford !Shoe Repair. UPI \ ENGRAVED Wedding Innations .
0 Department at Terwillegar Motors has all the \' with double envelopes 100
"I cannot give to the temperanci FOR RENT-Three room and bathfurnished for J1.9J. Pradfcrd County Telegranh .
netevsary equipment to give your car or truck apartment. Private en-
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cause because there are so mans]r jf
the best 'of Service have Ford factoryrecommended trance. Utilities furnished.Irs.
men 'p
causes requesting support 296-L. ItchgHIFI SANTA
my L. D. Green, phone : FE LAKE FRONT LOTS for
Your F or d. all the modern facilities to service to keep your present car in top condition.And service! -methods and writes a lady. We might ask:, Sale. Guy Andrew., Phone 283; or
wishes and efficiently I I find his staff of Ford folks : equipment for sale cheap 397W. trchg
Satisfy your promptly you'll experts are friendly there are Genuine Ford Parts handy when "Are any of these 'e oses' doin{0 and cabinet Contact
*itlo new Ford car or truck, a good used cor, or too-anxious to please you in every way.- needed. anything to rid this nation 01Amertca' r Amp.Jan Mundorff. at 218. Itchg Announcing the opening of L'sed!
Building Supplies. Used lumber of
worst saboteurs I, NEW-24 piece Stainless Steel Tableware all types, windows, doors. plumbing.

.......................S.........................S..S.SS.......S.S.I.SIIISS..SS I..I..ISII ISIISIII.............................................. (NATIONAL VOICE) for $7.50.with) 1 chest only,,after U.,* value 1 p.m., sell;'os benches used tin Ideal roofing.for any Used outdoor Cypress uses
,.. S. Redgrave St. Itp '1.00 per ft., 8 to 12 ft. long. phone
.- : 1C5. W. T. Jackson Transfer c/o
", I Health FactsA FOR SALE-Hound black and tan Central Truck Lines tfchg
Here's the place fo
: Walker mixed. Coon dog!, good
runners. D. J. Luke, Kt. 1, lox
block home located 1404 E. Call
recent survey shows thai I %53. Starke. Itp 3 bedrooms, 2 full tile baths, double t.

I ACTION 7 ST th; many vitamin tablets pass throurl I WANTED-Experienced waitresses carport. Radio and intercom systemin
all rooms. Can be seen by appointment. -
Also dUhwasher.! No other need
the ,patient without ever bdnidirected. L. K. Wbltehead phone

a'I .:' ;' : This in reality Is "monot apply.ant. Apply El Rancho Kestaur-Up 448-L. itchg -if-

down! the drain." FOUND-Two black and tan male
FOR SALE-Pinehaven two bedroom
hounds. Owner may have by pay-
Under Chiropractic care the pa, house. Monthly payments (U. Ing board and advertising cost.
Best offer takes equity. Doris Contact City Police. UchgFOR
tient's digestive organs funetioi I Stewart. 158-J after Ii 'pm. or' Box
.. 44. Starke. Itp 73| RENT-House on Klnggley
normally so vitamins can be properly
t Lake for the summer. Contact K.
: .
", -" S I digested and the mailman I FOR SALE-U-ed Electric Hot Water D. Conner phone 800 Starke after
'*.kV I ': benefit derived from them. Heater and Refrigerator. Excellent 5 p.m. Itch I'
condition. See at Stark ,
I -- 'I I --_ -'s : Builders Supply. '' ItchgVTfETV FOR BENT-Nice,2 bedroom home
For information the benefi I
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in Kingsley Village section. Known
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7 pr .-.- _::;; ..::_._-... ___ : .' of Chiropractic care in problerj I ITPVISHFn ronm frr as Cecil Tabot house. Nice lot.
rpnt $7 per week or SZi per month. Call 146 tQ see. ISO month.
>: cases phone or write Davis Hotel Itchg Itcng

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DR. H. G. BOLLLNGER FOR RENT-Fnrnl"he l first floor SEMI-RETIRED couple like small
.Il CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES apartment! Close in desirable lo place to rent or care take. Motel
cation. AH conveniences. W, H.
work light farm work. Love chlcs
Tht SI Ford was the first car ever to use the whole condition thai t could be found anywhere in Ae worUI VAlimin. 228f.' Madftnn St. tfcng ens and garden. References. Con-

world as a test track. Across three great continents: | In the new 53 Ford there's newness in everything that : ihe car thai was proved 721 E. University, Ave. tart Jessie Newnern. Osceola Camp
WAXTETI-rSED HAS STOVB. lint E-3. Belle Glade, Fla.
: ill higMal sculptUlod styling won the praise of court most for superior performance ease of hflndUng : Gainesville Phone 6-3223 nr" rovqiar ?*... Must he In rood Itp
'- the'most style-conscious ont critics everywhere. And Ford riding comfort, and life. TrLr*'! nothing : end approved around the world I ,,dltfnn. Call S52 after 5 P.M. WANTED'"' TO KENT-Furnished

the worst roads end most rugged newer nothing finer than ford cars and trucks for 511 426 N. Walnut St. house or dtoplex: for retired couple.
proved it Jick Perm.
RENTh..I"'onm unfurnishedapartment Glv
I' FOR Bfntj> full details. WriteW
Starke.; Phone 108
I 301'South Walker Kt.Itcng. HIll.1'?' O.I. Box: 114 Gaines

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'+ have one of the brat fi-td

Th/Lura SwqessMoltrPOHCA. 4 l r I corn crops on record As von o

NEBRrU around the county you'll -e t. :3:J
---- a.
& 4 V. alter field of good corn wcn a

Wherein I work in my garden diced apple. vK I dark green color and most farzi

I welcome in the June time. I Mix equal amounts of cottage ers looking for a big crop.

have company on Decoration Day cherfe and mayonnaise.Add II .

and we decorate the graves. salt" to taste, sugar and r"..,- .. I Visited a farm whcrp a mn

My own dim life should teach vinegar. : +v has lost 57 out of 75 hogs! due D

me this, Toss all and chill. .f : 5 cholera and he is almost as %.. 2
Vary the amount to the size of Visited recently with A. F.
t as the hogs in of the *
view o >
ti That life shall live for ever ''
family. 1 : (IFredl) McDavid. who is buildinga i
your price the porkers are brim; ">
more. We have been having quite a .. fine home on Santa Fe River now. All of which reminds ut. of,

Else earth is darkness at the bit of rain. As jet nothing has near Brooker and saw his thor- what one stockman saId: "Wi.' i

much water Ly cughbred quarter horse stallion,
suffered from
coreAnd hogs are cheap you eet a bi;: liter
dust.and.ashes all that is. and vegetables are growing. It is r "Sunny Cook. Fred also has a and you can't kill tivm e\! :>
-SHELLY dark and cloudy today. I chopped --- -- number of thoroughbred mares
you run over them with a
So much has since I stray weeds in the garden' and Enough onions for millions of" "all the. way"; hamburgers could and in the future he should have tractor. 'But just let the mars-
happened ; At State Prison Farm some colts of the
picked off potato bugs from potatoes same fine stock.
last wrote. We" celebrated our be provided by this field of whoppers at the State Prison. Sampling I go up, and they'll suddenly g-i:
: : This is first year thatI .
twelfth 'wedding anniversary cn the size are (I-r) Lucian Conner, G. T. Huggins, Rufus Alvarez, i tender and pop off all over the
Incidentally Fred likes to
have been bothered enough to cut I place."
May 17. We had company Don's put bug dust en potatoes. As yet Onions.i Frank Perry, district agent, Agricultural Extension Service, and 0. his own meat and he will havea 'S.

cousins and from Omaha came up the bugs have not' been on squashor E. Crews. chilling room and a walk-in re- I While over at Brooker WP hrrJ
stayed overnight. Mary went
frigerator built into
cucumbers. his
new one of the best meaLs Wi'V!: nao
to church with me. Then my There is a line from Alfred Onions-large, mild and mel- netting 1.250 pounds. of berries. These were all con-I marketing problem since every- hcme. So, with plenty of beef, I in a while [lat Green's restart:
near and dear neighbor died. She sumed within the prison and if' thing produced on the farm there and a' lot of
Tennyson that goes: low-are being produced on the The team composed of Lucian com growing, he antl. Tender blackej'e pea frrh:
was a retired nurse. I broughther "We have but Faith we cannot Bradford County side of State Conner farm manager, Rufus Alvarez purchased at market prices would. is used by the institution should have all the choice FLOR- !I okra, sliced tomatoes and ham
mail to her every morning. have cost around 3000. Expenseto : Ccnner highly praises all production IDA beef that ,I
know. Prison property at the rate of six assistant in vegetable production anyone could ask and for dessert pie made( from
She died of a heart attack one Only love and faith can guideus tons per acre. and Crews, have pro- the prison of the three acres J departments in their ability for [and we know it is as goodif I high bush blueberries from th:'

night.funeral..1 sang two songs* at her through this life. We do not G. E. Crews in charge of vege- duced during the past year per- was a total of $400. Labor, of and interest to do the best not better than Western beef]. old Closby place.

and we laid her away. know the mystery. We do know table production at the prison haps the greatest variety of vege- course, [a big item in berry pro- job possible in the most eco- *
I really decorated graves this that great suffering swells the duction] was provided by prison- nomical way. Got to talking to a pulpwoodman
I believes he is the first man to tables ever grown at the State The flies are really pestenr?
year. decorated not only the I In addition to variety of this
soul and makes great people. So grow the Texas Grano variety in Farm. This production program a week. He asked where our cows. There's one in partu a-
relatives but of for ers.In
other families a couple oft plots I raked for everything that happens thatwe I I this section of the State. He has has meant a better diet for the observing this operation at vegetables the prison produces he could buy a snake-bite kit as I lar a yellow-colored pest. thai
away call bad luck when overcome had lot of inmates other food items such as beef, he is thinking of having his crews ;looks something like bee thatj
and a experience growing and greater economy for the prison over the past year. i a
flowers the
put on graves. we are that much greater. pork. milk syrup, .and a varietyof carry one along just in case. Itj j is driving them and
onions and says this is not the the prison budget. crazy. no
The cemetery is hill and has County Agent G. T. Huggins says
on a The real demand of the human pasture hay and grain for sounds like a good idea, and wei!
first time he has had a yield like I wonder, for we've been bitten
such beautiful view. The west This year for the first time
a that it beyond any doubt in1
spirit is to find grace and help to proves livetsock. presume he can get the kits many times by them and tiThe
wind blows eternally on a' hill. bear it. I who see so much of this.Of they produced their own straw- that this area will produce a Visitors are always welcome to Starke. does hurt.

The air is so clean and free that sorrow that my heart is torn the four acres currently berries with outstanding success. variety of vegetables. The big visit any of the farm operations i i i

one does not mind. I. suppose and has an ache find my soul planted in onions at the prison, From 41,000 plants [less than handicap he points out is vol- and the department managers Enjoyed the meeting and talk- I first carloads of watermelons '-

some day'I shall be laid to rest turning to God more often each a little less than a tenth of an three acres] they have already ume production and marketing. welcome suggestions to improve I ing with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. sold last week at Immo-
beside Don on top of the hill. day until life is a constant prayer. acre was harvested last week, harvested more than 20.000 pints I The prison of course has no their operations. Cheshier of Starke, the folks who 1 kalee for $2,020.: But we wouldn't
My garden is and I
And Tennyson writes on- have the big crop of Easter lilies.
have YTYYY'tVVf TTTTTTTTTTTTTT1LAWTEY services at the when dug potatoes. I I advise anyone who has melons to
had attended they
lettuce, radishes and family lived here several years of Starke Which reminds
I falter where I firmly trod l us that there is
onions for some time. Now we Methodist Church and were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and figure on getting rich quick be-
And falling with my weight of a lot more farming right within!
ago.Rev. cause the forecast that then
have ripe strawberries. I notice cares \ Sanford Mayo of Ocala, Father's day dinner guests of Mr. family of St. Augustine were the city limits of Starke than |! is

the raspberries are getting quite Upon the world's great altar the new Methodist minister, and Mrs. G. W. Roberts. visiting Mrs. John Shuford and anyone would imagine. 'will be a flood of them and the

large too. So they will be readyto stairs Aj bite Joyce T. Patch preached his first sermon at the Miss Louise Mitchell of Lebanon Dave over the weekend. market will drop.iii
eat when the strawberries sometime with Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dees and
are I I church on Sunday. Special guests Va. is spending There's
That slope thro darkness up to a fine crop of blackberries -
gone. The apples are getting, a &AL4UAA..A..6........ were his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith and Mr. family Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy as well as other fruits Have you noticed the fare

nice size. We have a nice big tree God.So Mayo of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs. Sheetz, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ansley ,number of new homes going up
my busy life goes on. I Shower For Recent Bride year. Our plum tree is just :
i along U. S. 301? They are all a
and it is loaded with fruit. Davis and son of Pennsylvania.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt i and family, Mrs. Ethel Tillis and
comfort the sorrowing and swal- Mrs. Gary Bennett the former loaded and so is our persimmon result of the four-laning that I:.
All the little Effie Miner had and daughter of Jacksonville son Mrs. Howell. and Mrs. J. E.
things about low my own grief. I cry out to Miss Fen-ell Jean Bradley, was as Sunday I tree. I due to start soon and before 10nI ."
home and in lives dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. How- spent Sunday with Mrs. Susie Dees cf Jacksonville attended
our bring' a God. for help. I know He is be- the Inspiration for a lovely bridal I we hope to get our new home tinder -
services at the First Baptist
certain amount of joy and we side me. Then out in my gardenI shower given by Mrs.. O. J..Phillips ard Miner and sons and Miss Prevail.- And it looks now as if we'll !I, way.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and Church on last Sunday even- I
find great happiness just living Mary Ann Motes of Jacksonville
glory in the growing vegetables, Mrs. Steve Starling Jr., and
simply doing our work and when my lovely flowers on the lawn Mrs. Edwin Starling at the home Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had as family enroute from Michigan ing and rendered several special on Sunday. well as new customers

some one passes away we hurryto and'I know that life is good. That of Mrs. Arthur Pearce on Thursday guests during the week Mr. and to their home in Ocala spent Fri- musical numbers. Mike Waters and Ronald Kim- I Mr. and Mrs. R. F Estes of
take care of them. I Mrs. Everitt Burney of Jacksonville day and Saturday with his parents Glenn ShufOrd who is at Na- brell left Monday for Childrens
heaven will be even more wonderful evening. After the playing of I. Church Hill Tenn. are here fora
j Mr., and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. tional Guard Camp at Camp
and Will
Mr. of
HELPFUL HINTS Burney Bible Mission Camp at Polk City.
: and perhaps the thingswe several games and the opening of visit with Mr. and Mrs Jack
Starke.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and.,Stewart. Ga., spent the weekend I
Clean your water pitcher or wanted to do on earth and the many beautiful gifts delicious I Mrs. Florence King of Waldo I I Estes. They all motored to Stephen
glasses that ha've.a deposit of never had time to finish we will refreshments were served to the and Mrs. Jim Batten car- :family of'Jacksonville were! with his wife and son I has reopened the. Bel Air Restaurant -\ FosJej_Memojiai at White
Thursday evening guests of Mr. JQ Ponsof_ Tallahassee spent the bottom by sprink- some day carry on in that place following guests: Mesdames Don- ried Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaleyto Walter Wilkison.Mr. the weekend. 'with'his family at I and will ''welcome old as I Springs on Sunday for the day
and Mrs.
ling a plnch'.o"cream..4!: tartarin Our Father, has prepared.So ald Bennett;"E:.. Massey, Mit- see their doctor in Jacksonville
and Mrs. Dan',W.; Starlinghad the home of Mr'and: Mrs. Bryant
on Saturday. The doctor took the
the bottom of the glass fill Hurray for life and the chell Brown, E. L. Massey Effie
with water, let stand overnightand great: hereafter with our Maker Miner Oscar Carter A. H. Harley cast off of Mrs. Whaley's arm and as Saturday guests the H. T. Reddish.,
hopes to remove the from her Markham family of Gainesville. Mrs. Harold Eunice and family Our Worms that
wash. ;and our Lord. H. C. Wainwright, Mae Wells one Try are Fat & Sassy
fn Mrs. Joyce Futch was in Talla- Godwin at
To clean the coffee percolaterput GOD ,BLESS You every one. R. L. Bradley Richard Carter .leg the near future. The visited her father Jim

soda .water in. it and let' it LOVE. MOTHER LURA.P. Glenn Shuford, Hester I Hicks .Whaleys feel that it is throughthe hassee on Thursday night and Maxville on Sunday.

perk until you feel it must be S. I had a telephone call Buster Bennett'and son, Hubert goodness of God that they brought her daughter; Miss Mary Miss Enza Blanchard spent

clean. Wash and dry. I from Brooker Fla. and talked to Priest Luell Tanner Ivery are recovering so rapidly from Julia .and son Terry home with Sunday afternoon with Mr. and 100 Worms for
Friday. Miss Futch $$1.00
their recent automobile accident. on -- -
Cole Slaw With Apple I Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children Thompson, Fred Moore Troy
dinner returned to Tallahassee where she Mrs. J. B. Dye at their Kingsley
Sunday guests of Mr.
And Cottage Cheese Goldie and Dwight. So Bennett, Bill Zack, Paul Bennett,
Shred cabbage finely and add wonderful to hear their voices! Allan Carter Harold Starling and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott were will be employed for the summer. Lake home.:

I Missess Enza. Blanchard Vonda Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman The MYF and Rev. Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Billy'Torode, and AFRICAN RED GIANTS
and sons of Highland, and Mrs. Mayo enjoyed home made ice
Gayle Starling Carol Fay Brad- son of Gainesville spent Sunday
Charles Mosley of Jacksonville.O. cream at the home Mrs.
ley. Out of town guests were Mrs.I afternoon with her parents, Mr.
Lee and family on Sunday even-
Cecil Dobbs and Mrs. R. W. Sapp' J. Phillips attended the
ing. and Mrs. Fred Moore. Southland WORM/ HATCHERY
of Jacksonville; Mrs. Glenn Williamson funeral of his cousin Mrs. Anna
of Gainesville:, and .Mrs.I: Jones in Jacksonville on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hodges feel Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and

WITH! EACH ONE YOU BUY Geo. Kersey, Mrs. R. L. Smith' Ralph Darley who is employedby they have for an"Believe item which It or mightbe not" daughter Diann and Mrs. C. W. 417 BROWNLEE ST. STARKE, FLA.

and Mrs. J. J. Smith of Starke. St. Regis Paper Company of news- Thomas and son visited Mr. and
"We Eliminate the Middleman's Profit" column as they found tomatoes
Jacksonville the weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Malone and
bush Mrs. Milton Clarke in Macclenny
.growing on their Irish potato
daughter and grandson of Clay with Mrs. Hattie Darley and Miss ---- -I
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Ky., were Thursday night guests Prescott. '

501 N. W. 8th Ave; Gainesville FR 6-7588 of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling and Coleman Phillips of Waldo was "P to se
daughter. the Sunday dinner guest of his Y'ALL S 1 e'

Miss Enza Blanchard Mrs. O. parents Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips _

J. Phillips Mrs. Fred Moore Miss The Phillips visited Mr. and

Share the Profits in StQL Elizabeth. Mrs. George Anderson, Mrs. Charlie Cox in Hampton ,

Dave and Joe Shuford and Mrs. and J. S. Jones in Theressa in COME! $ 'j

1 1 Joyce Futch attended the funeral the afternoon.Mr. .

services for Mrs. Lucy Harrell in and Mrs. George Roberts :

Jacksonville on Thursday morn- and son of Gainesville and Mr. ft :

ing. The late Mr. Joe Harrell and and Mrs.. Vernon Silcox and son T

f, er. th. helitr in StI ,

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.uIUK u.-\.rt "'USE II', 1953
Fellowship 6 p. m.; Union Sunday a week ago but last sunIday I his ,father Deacon Joe Louis for m. the Missionary Society will -
.:. Evening Worship Service First. they were both missed as well. this special day. All
reported avery meet at the home of the president !
i Christian Church Sermon by as Mrs. Lacy Norman and a num-I delightful observance.
Elizabeth Givens in
\ Rev. W. S. McAliley 8 p. m. ber of others from Sunday School: Summer Program the Reno theatre apartment just il I

CHURCH NEWS I Wed. 7 p. m. Joint Supper and church services. Hope all can More than 100 pupils have enrolled below the church. Visitors and 1 Last Chance! I

I Women meeting of of Church Men of with Church childrenas and be with us next Sunday. at RJE for the summer program community friends are invited to

= We had a much needed and very so far. Many pupils plan to attend and take a part in the
guests 7 m.
welcome rain Sunday evening and enroll as soon as their crops have discussion on home and foreign
r Junior Church is held for .older Practice.Thur. 3 p. m. Junior Choir night, looks like we are going to been collected. Due to the large mission work. At 6 p., m. services To Attend. Enjoy

: Methodist Church children. MYF, 6:30: Union !. .get0some .rain today .Monday, group, so far and ,limited staff will be held at the, church. Rev.
., p. m. and .we really do.need the rain- members, enrollment will close at Sampson in charge; All members
Services at 8 p.m. in First Chris7 11.. ,,'fl"'I'1'.Y.'' ''?'''.''''. : HEAVEN-SENT REVIVAL
' .who end cf this week.
Sunday 9:45': a. m. Church tian Church with as all are gardening. or.fanri Twenty-three are urged to see their leaders and
: School. 11 a. m., Morning Worship Aliley bringing the Rev. W S.. Mc tag- ,know. pupils have reported for libraryand do their full duty so that.we may

: A nursery is provided each Wednesday Prayer messag meetingand (oJflNl i lIlLb .We were glad to see Mrs. Chism ? .resd1ng'on Wednesday. Wewill meet the budget of the church.

e. Sunday for small children, and Bible Study in FellowshipHall ,. back',: in Sunday School and accept only two more persons Brother' Homer Williams has THURSDAY 7:45: P.M.
, 8 p. m. I i,- r.Am".. ..d' .-.-';"mr'.lrhlnd" 7' church, last ;Sunday.She. reports in: this clinic as .we plan to have been named general chairman for
. b e r; ,mother improved in health, five groups with five persons in: the'Men's Day program this year.
.4...&.&..&....&..&..&r.-w.&&&.....1....&..aas.nFw& &&&&&&.;. was 'able to .go to her sisters and each group for 30 minute periods It is the aim of the men to try

e Madison Street At The Tabernacle_ ) Sorry .we didn't .send in our stay sal Mrs. Chism could -attendhurch each Wednesday. and have a bigger and better pro- 1

. news last ,.week,, somehave. JSked.b.outl ., Pupils who do not attend classes gram than the women who had a
Members of the Gospel Tabernacle thfsi.Well, ,we had a' ,sick We ;were Informed that, there ion Tuesdays and Thursdays very successful program last
congregation attended several : ..ngsdache.and will,,have to pay"lOc to go to the month led by Mrs.
Baptist Church : ; there were sa.many, weren't many out tbv WMU,meet M. L Paul andE.
meetings at the Tent Reviva I Lake
Bttlebright.starsflitting: .betweei last Monday. Wednesday J.''Givens. '
s tag Thursday We
. last week. A letter recently received i us.and buj; Daperandtypewrite:!. ,were, not,, there we hive evening.a sick, Fr iday. .Two buses have been provided Mt Pissah A. M.; ]E. Church MFr 13

: (Presently Meeting; Washington from Dr. John McNeill of f' we ..Just.couldn't., quite tell: -just man to.take cue-'of, but we hope by the county for transportation Mt. Pisgah A.-M. E. Church will II

: and .Grand Streets Washington, D. C. states that h e whaii' ye;, ,ogre trying .to writeor -; to ttend in the ,near: future.? .Alt\ I so.;that we may comfortably hold regular services all day start- I
) plans.a 'summer visit to
c the': if we had wxitteuanYthing; so. who belong to theespecial I transport all pupils enI ing with Sunday School at 10 a. !
t Tabernacle to minister in musi.. we jus .let UVaJlgbjif.any;:of,you ly,,should .attend-and all.others I rolled,that wish to go to Lake m. Sister- Anna Wright, Supt QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Come t and message. readers hue had sick ; I Whitamore .on.-Monday, Wednesday Morning service at 11 I All of have loved who have
1 in to -, ever a can possibly- so.. Also faIl a. m. Rev. us ones died. We too must die.
Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Cutsha 13egdache,. ll"f I and Friday swimming and Ulysses Clark in '
oq.knotq.wliat I I charge
1 mean : Evening
they men should attend the is natural that wonder if
. have arrived in Starke from their : C we we go at once to happiness,
games Anderson Junior
Here ; '
. J ,>F'tgofor,two .weeks. worship will begin at 7:30: p. m .II
1 I I home in Greenville, Term, and at Our daughter and son-in la tv, the 3rotherhood.yThese second and fourth meetings Thursdays are, High also has a bus for swimming Sister Elizabeth Wright will lead or torment, if we retain our identity, etc. Dr. Daniels will

: 'f4 A ; present are guests of friends at Betty and John Brumbelow were time, 8 p. m. in each month. Lets transportation. prayer service. Guest minister will :I answer these and many other questions such as .rr
Kingsley Lake. I here with us all last week and we More than fifty persons haveenrolled be Rev. Samuel Redic of Lawtey I
: ,4 all try to attend well attend
as as
Recent messages by the Tabernacle .really filled some Jars of. berries Sunday School church and for music and movieson who will. deliver the sermon; Collection II i
: WED. 8 P.M. ;-t'" sponsor have been along and vegetables of different kinds. meeting.. The next meeting pray of Thursday. The Lawtey pro- will be made by Levi! Dexter -H I DEflDKNOK
. .. pre-millennial lines.Presbyterian We believe in putting folks to Brotherhood and WMU will be ram is directed by Principal C. and Sammie, Junior officersof I
. work who come to see us especially June 26 at 8. C.' Anderson. Six weeks and the the church. This day is set a-
: Sunday School 9:45 AM Church when they come to work. We program will close, August 1. side as a special rally day for our
just had 35 100
. t filled 174 quart jars, mostly ber- per Parents are asked to prepare building fund drive. We must
. Training Union-G:27* PJ1 Fri. Daily Vacation. BibleSchool ries.i1 in Sunday School last lunches very carefully these hot complete the New Mt.. Pisgah A.
Commencement Program I!I The friends visiting the Strick- Sunday .The Intermediate classwon days so that food will not spoil M. E. Church during this conference -
: Morning Worship: 11 A3I t the attendance banner.
7 p. m.; Adult'Choir lands during the week two weeks and cause, children to get ill by year. We are counting on all

: Evening: Tent Revival tice-8 p. m. Prac-1 I I ago were'' Ben and Jake Sapp ,of Where banner, away were from you? them Lets next take SUnday this food Summer poisoning. our loyal community friends: ,
. -- ) Sun. Church School for all Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Maye of WorkshopMrS. white and colored to help us. You
7:45 PMS ages9:45: 'a. m.. Morning Worship I!Lawtey. by the 'way Mr. Maye will you? M. .L. Paul, teacher of are cordially invited to attendee all Color Movie On Christ At 7:30: P.M..

.. .Service 11 a.. m.; Youth, propped some of our peach trees We are to have en exprisonerfrom fourth grade is attending a thr services Mary Helen White, reporter -
S -. j!I I while he was here, the trees are: Raiford, who was converted weeks workshop at Florida A&M. ] .
; so full of 'fruit they are on the while in prison, preach for us at This week will mark the end of 1 Ebenezer'Baptist Church FRIDAY 7:45: P.I '
verge of breaking. Mr. and Mrs.j Highland July 25, 26, at 8 p. m. her first week away from Starke.She Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. .
, Sanderson Bennett. and 27 at 11 a,, m. and B p. m..He recently studied in Gamevilla Robinson I pastor held regular
STARKE b fIRST : BAPTIST t Last week visitors were: Jim is now a missionary to the pri and completed a graduate services Sunday starting with

Godwin 'and son Ceif of Maxville: sons-We will tell you more about .ourse in Audio-Visual Aids under Sunday school Bro. Henry Bryant YOUTH SERVICE
Y Henry and son Alton Mosley, our this later. Remember the VacationBible the auspices of Florida A&M. Supt. in charge. Morning serviceat

:. Will Have ./ two'nephews, Clayton Strickl and School.J. This will complete her studies for 11 a. m. at which time the Young people will be honor guests at this service. There will
1 of' Kingsley Lake and Hamilton L. Strickland tells us that.he the summer.' She is the wife of A. pastor spoke out of his soul and be
Strickland of Miami. Hamp had preached his first sermon just T. Paul, local grocery store 'oe emphasized this point "The fools "Youthspirational" music, color movie, free party with
NIGHT refreshments.
SERVICES not seen his Uncle,, Jim in 20.yearsor 57> years ago last Sunday, J erator. have said there is no God." Even I

mQre.had not, seen this wonderful 15 or the third Sunday in one. Mrs. Alma Jenkins has completed ing service started at 7:30: with a HEAR EYE-OPENING SERMON .
SUPPER'6:00TRAINING UNION aunt..Bessie at. all. [We We feel this. is a record to be one week in the School 15 minute song service by the

6:15I I hate to tell him what he has missed proud of, a man 76 years old Lunch Workshop at Bethune- choir, prayer service, Holy Communion

PREACHING. SERVICE 7:15 I I{ !] Hadn't been to see the cou- working for our Lord this muchof Cookman College, while her was given by the pastor I What's In A Kiss?
t I sins at the Lake and Starkeandother his life. We feel daughter Betty Jenkins is doingspecial and officers. The Pastors Club I i
has work
SONG 'AND places in this section for study at Florida Normal & and Usher Board presented the I I
SERVICES everal to-do for the Lord in the future Industrial .I w.ittt .
t years. Memorial College, St. pastor many lovely gifts for Fathers .5<
. PASTOR'S 12!# MINUTE MESSAGE J I The Harvey. Lane family of cr he would not have been spared;< Augustine. Day at the close of the ser 'II

:Middleburg visited us Sunday this long. ,We would love to hear: Church News vice. Sunday school this Sunday I a t

:. CLOSES 7:45; FORtTENT MEETING .. evening-last. They informed us. frQm others who have.a long rev Allen' Chapel A. M. E. Church regular service on the first Sunday -

. they missed church Sunday mornIng cord of this Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church: In July. All members and i
. ." 4 ..... '.. ,due to a flat tire which they l kind. Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will friends are invited to attend. I
S -.. '. failed to. get repaired in time Remember to attend church hold regular Trustee Day on Sunday St. .John's'Day Observance
: The..perfect .tribute; to l attend church. They plan to; Sunday School we will look with the members and officers All .members of Morning Star
. tend Homecoming services at toehold for you there next Sunday.appreciation in charge starting with Sunday Lodge No. 26 of the Masons of r
. a cherished memory, home church in Georgia next School at 10 a. m. Sister Irene Starke, Heroine of Ruth Court

. Sunday. CARD,OF THANKS Thomas Supt. Morning worshipat No. 18, Order of Eastern Star, Dell
Every funeral that we con Jimmie Lang has been havinga 11 a. m. sermon by the pastor,I Chapter No. 168 are expected to
: duct i is a. source! o'f. sustaining ,, good [?] case.of mumps' for the We wish tor express our deepest with congregation at Mt. Zion turn out'at Pleasant Grove Meth-

solace' : .a P iritual inspiration t t + last few days. Was .up and going ,to our friends who Lawtey, Rev. S. W. Richardson, odist'Church on Sunday. Worship
.. to thes .' around, t really had fat jaws.jOur sent cards and ,flowers. Also, to pastor All members are asked to( Master 'Damon Dell is asking all
r.. i p ". ,i 1 /. i grand$orCJjimmy.Englan) Dr. Ritch and the nurses and'De- visit 004, pepple of Law? members to hall 1:30p.
learned that green pears aren'ta Witt tey on,Sunday morning 4 p. m. program begins at 2:30: p. m. a
Hundreds of details are'managed and economically good diet C. Jones for their efficient .y i.
very for little boys, or .
: attended. to that only a trained and careful I at least they can make a feller, services Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Mathews I II I Hear the revealing answer in Dr Daniels' most talked-about

organization can perform when the urgent need very sick. It seems that some of; arid ,Mrs. Vernon- Smucker. Profits in StarkeI I II I sermon. He will dramatize the story of Sumson Delilah

.:. for serving is at hand. the other boys learned this too, atays I Share the and speak on .
least they all were sick a few d UNION EVENING SERVICE
"In Love With
: 1 1, And Married To The
DeW I.Tr C. JONES from eating the green'pears..BetUnion I
: FUNERAL DIRECTOR ter wait next time until pears.: rewill Evening Worship Service Wrong' Sweetheart"You'll
: PHONE 7We ripe! be held Sunday at,8 p. m.. in laugh aid cry and be ble&!ted. Parents and young

&. Jim Strickland and Lillie Hern- the ,First Christian Church with t people alike have thanked Daniels for the plain, helpful
. furnish the highest type service at lowest, prices, and accept den were able to attend church Rev. W. ,S. McAliley preaching. things said about the social moral, and r
sex problems
a ANY life Insurance In ------ ,
policy force, issued by ANY as
I of
. payment in fait or in full on funeral services. Consultation I
. carries DO obligation. NEWS OF INTEREST. TO COLORED i i iI !

.. --P. .. .. --- -- .. CITIZENS OF. BRADFORD COUNTY Special- 'Fti., Sat. -- June 20, 21 I! j I EXTRA SAT. 8 PJ. I '

By Ozora ,J. Shell

AAA1A11AA1A1A11 ; ... .AAAA" ... i Hear Daniels' Unique Sermon
A. Vinson. pastor of New Bethel k+
The Boy Scoputs of Troop 71, Baptist Church., Her .
: Custom Built on Your Lot have ers in enrolled the Junior the Baseball following League Play- will be Deacon and Mrs. B. T. t COURTSHIP
W f rw Sr. also members of New t
.. Cheste''Crum, John Givens, Char- Bethel 'Church.National .
s F 'I, lie!Brown, .Richard 'Chandler, President ,
t &tQy) Co .en:' Milton- person, Marvin' Davies, son of Mrs. '{I Values to 238 AND rdARRIAGE"

1 Clifford Hudson, ;M<$se Mitchell Viola Davies of Hampton
I waselected
f Johxmy; .' adcson, l om .Parks, the national

: .. Johnny ;Pitman] ugene iSmith, Sigma Rho Sigma National president Social of' NOW.. &;_\ Dr. Daniels has written three
s. ?
:, 1 Noopan Ralph' Sugg Herbert l Williams} Science Honor Society which was \+ books on love, courtship, sex

.. .I IF F 'This: Willjains: and'is! 'Sidney Fraifr. held at Tuskegee Institute, Ala., a and marriage problems. Thou-
group sponsored by
A g \ ; 'Legion in the spring cf this year. Marvin 100 sands of marriages have been ,
Jl\e ems
Post 314 of
} is a senior at Florida
,, (.which Deacon julyis Royal Post he is majoring in political A&M science.where 'rr.. I ,;ry made happier by the truths he
CommBtiaer. Other will present Sunday.
: officials of the He was one of the three nominees ,
I group gre-Pjtncipal Eddie y
e Thompkln's. for this
high post, the other two 'I i will be
.-duiclal umpire: ScoutmasterB. were students from FI { Young people given point
.. T. Marshall Sr. team manager: Tennessee. As a graduate Texas of and I .,N v p1t4.\ ,u ers for finding the right lover
Elmer! Shell, athletic officer; Eli he has made ,,1 for life.
many wonderful
accomplishments k
Graham, coach; .bat boy, B. T. a \
"- I J
during his college J You'll hear how to perpetuate
Marshall :
: EXTRA ,CONSTRUCTION I .The schedule for the career. He is president of Sigma : :\ the honeymoon, or restart it.
FEATURESIN Fourth Di Rho, Chi Chapter, Sigma Tau Mu ,
: ALL ,BEVIS vision of American Legion is as I \ Truths
} :HOMES: Debating Society and the political I guaranteed to help
.. follows: July 5, ,Gainesville al science club. He is a member of J EVERY marriage. ,
.Star; July 9 Starke at Ocala July fce'pre-legal
:I. 5 Treated Sills! and Floor Joists ,. 19, Gainesville at Ocala; July society of the school There Will Be A Mass "ReMarriage"SERVICE

-. Double Framing On All' Openings Starke in playoff at Ocala. Fi Association at the close o[ the sermon. See 500 people

: _. Full S-Foot Ceilings ) games have been scheduled for nity, committee member on Public BOYS' KNIT SPORT SHIRTSValues I 're-married".
,. Solid Pier Blocks August which will be announced. Relations, School
Spirit and Student Color Movie "
"The 7:40
-. Top Quality Paint, Choice of Colors IJ during the month of July. Handbook. As national presi I on ,
Plan now to follow the Junior j.i dent of this social science honor to 2.98 I I .
League Baseball Team of Starke 'society he will Final
I serve as coordinator
and cheer St}
them to
so thai
I advisor to.thirty. ( .
: they may be the champions eight I -_. -
of ------
the chapters -
: ffo Doy/fl Payjnent across the United States.; -h !fOo .
Eleventh District I Service
of the American He will direct the 149
executive staff
Legion Department of Florida. II 'Dr. DaoUls will deliver Ib" union* stirring

: Low Monthly Payments go All to scouts are making plans to ivities in program for the planning 1959 meeting and the which act I ..dWleB&inl.mda..caJUdahout"* enooa ea"GAMBLING .SUN.J
camp Coacoochee
on July
l&l be held at Atlanta University
: STARKE' AND VICINITY I 32. Will you help send one? B. T, In the spring. Davies graduated

: CALL OR SEE SMITH DEV.OE --PHONE 410-J accept Marshall Sr. Scoutmaster will from. RJE in! J952 with honors 7:45WITH :
your contribution by checkcr and he has not let the
540 DK1NS colors
STREET Mv 0. if you will send it to Rt touch the ground. More I
: 1, Box 218, Starke., Florida. Per power to 'I
AT HOME, ANYTIME you as you near the completion -
DAY sons contributing will be given of your college Just Received Large
: OR NIGHT citations career. We Shipment of 1 DESTINY"This
I by Post 314.
/. I Charles'I need
more graduates like you .
: CALL US COLLECT PALATKA EA 5-5317- 'I Ccvington.Home Reporter. that "will hold} high} the torch."' RUBBER, BEACH SHOES

.: FOR APPOINTMENT"MS I I AgainAnnette Barbara Shell an< father's Mr. and Day Mrs.VisitorsMr. Isaac Robinson of Ladies and Childrens Assorted ColorsROBBINS' Th sermon was .awarded first prize in a worldwide sermo CM

Velia Elma Shill returned to Starke test in which 247 ministers from 11 nations submitted messasct.
Starke after an extended visit their enjoyed a very fine visitwith Hear about Satan's loaded dice and how men gamble with the dtvl.
d .
uhters. Mr .
$ Cora
I >> fpjislrjiffon CPr Jnc.flpenpalvQPAM. with grandparepts in Atlanta, Ga. Haynes and Earnestine Robinsonof when their destiny h at stake.

!? I The children aided a bright spot Daytona Beach. Mr. and MrS Tee biggest gambler in this area will be named. He will be present

: 'to Elmer Shell's Father's Day Henry W. Bryant enjoyed a visit I ot the service.
: .
To5:00p.M. '
Annette was promoted the sixth with their sons, Richard and Al- I
Pab ka Half Jib
West'of .
r 1'Y'tat d
New Pa1m Ave/ grade and is a member of the Girl yin.andson-in-laW, Adolph Phil I BIG TENT
Intersection! Scouts of America. Velia Elma lips. All of these sons are members The Store Of Values i
j I of the USAAP. Jonathan Lewisr.lof I I
I will be blessed on Sunday by Re I Keystone Heights visited with COB. WASHINGTON AND OJtANGB'AGE ST,11iKE

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Watterson .
home last weekend.Mr. er. Mrs. Minnie Weathersby in During their stay they are visiting ing in Gainesville.
er Troy and her sister I
and Mrs.Frederick Wattersonof Pompano Beach, and other : -
with their friends of the Harry J. Sullivan of Atlanta, Patricia Thomas.
Starke were dinner guests tives.Misses community.Their grandsons.Billy Ga. visited the Sulllvans last Sat-
Sunday of the M., Miss Muirlein Rodgers of Day- NOW OPEN
L. Wattersons. Wendy and Debbie Hill and Keith Reddish have visited{urday. i
By Mrs D. E.1DUAAAALAAkAAAAAAAAkAAAAAS Visiting in Hampton with Mrs. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. many points of interest in our Mrs. Ovide Gano and daughterof tona Beach visited her parents
Louise Manice her brother, W. Hill,- I the Tim Rodgers for Father's Day
were overnight guests Friday state among which were Jacksonville Swan Lake .visited':Mrs. R. F. I Fugate and Thomas
J. Herrin of ,Baltimore Md. He night last ,week of Miss Sherry Beach Orlando Silver Gano Thursday.Mr. weekend. I
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wheeler has been in the hospital in Lake Christie, in Gainesville. Springs and a' tour of the State and Mrs. A. I. Mann and The Tim Rodgers family visited
and children of Flat Rock, Ala., City recently for an operation The Gospel Messengers vocal Prison. children visited Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Cauthora in Gainesville GARAGE & WELDING SHOP
visited the Williams families in and has been convalescing here group from Byran University Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman and children of hospital Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .
and near Hampton last week. ,with his sister. Dayton, Tenn. sang at the E. J. Henry Thornton were Mr. and Hawthorne. G. A. Gay spent several REASONABLE PRICES GIVE US A TRIAL
I They were overnight guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.. W. Home left Daniels revival meeting Monday Mrs. W.'J. Thornton and family, Ethel Mann of Jacksonville days last week in Jacksonvillewith
and Airs. Frank Williams on Wed- Monday for a two weeks trip to evening. They were overnight Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parker visited the A. I. Manns Sunday her son Gerald Gay and I Portable Welder for. Outside Work
nesday and Thursday.Mr. Belleville Nebr. to visit their son- guests with Rev. and Mrs. Mar- and family Mr. Leon Wainwright evening. family. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay
..and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh In-law. and daughter, Mr. and .vin E. Faile and Mr.. and Mrs..D. and children all of Jacksonville Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey and sons will soon move to Miami. LOCATEDOn
Jr. and family of Gainesville visit- Mrs. Richard May and daughter. E. Hill. and Mr. and Mrs. E. Griffis of Hazen were Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Mr. and Mrs. Orren Davis and
ed at the Glenn Macintosh home Melody. Mr. and Mrs. Bill West : Visiting'last week in Hampton Maxville. Ann Wainwright dough Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. Macks Washington St. Across from Starke Motor Parts
Saturday.: and son of Jacksonville : with Mrs. Ina Knight ter of children of Gainesville visited Mr.
spent last and son Mr. and Mrs Leon Wainwright Furlong and baby of Starke.
Jack Galliday of Richmond week with Mr. and Mrs. Home. were Mrs. Gladys'Green and Mr. is spending this week with ,Mrs. Jean Douglas is heme from and Mrs. N. J. Davis Sunday. FLOYD FUGATE D. B. (Dick) THOMAS
Ohio, was a visitor in the M. L. Mr.,West is employed at Sperry's, and Mrs. E. I. Knight of Heil- them. the hospital. I I I -

near Gainesville, and the family bronri on Wednesday, and Mrs. Miss Judy' Morgan spent partof Mrs. C. B. Colson has an inJur- -
is house-hunting for a place near Earl Crawford and sons from. last week with her sister, Miss ed knee and,is,confined to her -- ,
Termite Control his work. Lake Butler on Thursday. Joyce Morgan in'Jacksonville,and home. in Star

Miss Emma Hicks of Plant City John White of Gainesville will is spending this week with her Mrs.-Verlie Johns is. visiting
FOR DEPENDABLE is visiting her brother-in-law and preach at Hampton Christian brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ware of St. iJirOTflTrr
Household sister Mr..and Mrs. J. W. Beden- Church for both services next Roy Morgan also of Jacksonville.I Petersburg for 'a few days.
baugh. Mrs. Bedenbaugh has been Sunday. Morning worship'services Official Farmer's Report by I Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm E. LewIs -
Control very ill. at,her home here. will be at 11 a. m. and eveningservices George Huggins: With the pricesof visited Mr. Willie Malone who

Grove Spraying Mr. and Mrs: Gordon Weest at 7:30: p. m. vegetables as they have been is a patient in'Clearwater hospital -
left for Miami last weekend aftera this season perhaps a few sug !, Saturday nifeftk N'r /1',
Call FR. 6-2661 visit here with his mother Mrs. tYYYYYYYY./Tyyyyyyyyyyyy gestions for making and keeping Allen Lewis spent Thursday
T. F. Brown, and Louise and the yard and flowers more at with Malcolm Lewis.,
Florida Pest Control] Billy remained for another week's HEILBRONNBy tractive may be more encouraging. Mr.. and Mrs. Allen Lewis spent
visit with their grandmother.Mr. Two popular flowers will be Sunday with the Malcolm Lewises
& Chemical Co. and Mrs. Bolney Wall of Mrs. Harvey McCarthy blooming and at the same time and Mrs. Amanda Lewis. -,
Ohio visited in Hampton be subject to a leaf spot disease John Lewis is visiting his FRL-SAT. 1J "ny
24 N. W. 16th Ave Sunday i.&A &A that will grandmother Mrs.
with Mrs. J. H. Saxon. &uu.aa make them less attract Crowel of Lar
derful 'may be control and Mrs.-Charles. Perry of
south in Florida with his moth- happy Summer to you and
yours. Yes, Summer led by'regular dust or spray with Gainesville visited the M. O. Har-
starts June 21st. officially i captan or zineb..A little fertilizer rells Friday and Saturday. JACKSONVILLE PRICES NOW AT KOCH'S
Activities for Heilbronn Church :of course, will keep flowers in a Pat and Tony Castlin of Au-
Week-end will be more healthy condition and moreresistant : burndale are visiting their grandparents -
Big regular 'services
on Sun .,
days prayer meeting ,Wednesdayp. to disease. If insects attack Mr. and Mrs: C. L. Atkin- 1.10 Value 9.95 Value
m..and choir practice a malathion treatment can son. Visiting the Atkinsons yesterday WE ARENEVER
on Advertised Lifetime
Nationally Cutlery
I be used. were Mrs. Aline i'
coining up? nights. Our pastor Rev. Wal Lewis and
ter Lee and the entire church If you have not fertilized your children.
body extends to all an invitationto lawn an application of fertilizernow Everyone is invited to the LIP STICK = 6 STEAK
come and worship. will be good. Centipede grass I Brooker Baptist Church Basket 3 UNDERSOLD

Brother Holland of the E. J. needs only one application for Dinner next Sunday June 22. The ONLY KNIVES
Daniels Revival Party visited at the summer. St. Augustine grass Revival Party and the pastors of
church during Sunday School and should have at least two. Do not the New River Association will With Set
gave vital information mow lawn grass too close, when be guests.
ing the revival in Starke and concern ask the ground surface is exposed to Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas SSe \ WHILE
.ed all people everywhere to come heat the grass is more susceptible and family attended the E. J. ,iJJfl \. THEY LAST
uG ,. I i and be a part of this big and to disease and insects. Daniels revival Saturday night.
:glorious meeting. We are also We have a new Bulletin on Mrs. James Taylor and dough Summer Picnics Are Fun! ONLY -
insect pests of
looking forward to ornamental plants. ter and Mrs. Bernice Amersonand
which will start July ?own. revival It is free for the ask ig. You can children of Gainesville visited We Have Everything You Need
Ronnie Kirobrell returned home pick one up at our office or we Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas 6.95 Value 2.98
will mail some to you. Tuesday.Mr. ;
Sunday after a week's visit in
Jacksonville. He left Monday of Another suggestion you might and Mrs. H. H. Lewis of ELECTRICFANS A.\
this week for Polk City where he try if you have some good Starke visited the Bishop Thomas
; I i \ will attend a Bible Mission School watermelons in the garden or a es Friday and Goldie and Dewight *
4-i for a week. few selected ones in the field that returned with them for the week
you want to keep from getting
Glen Norman Miss
Linda Gas- end.Mrs.
sun-burned. Mix 2 lbs of hydrated Gorgie ONLY 3-CELL
kips, Blaine Thompson and Miss Malcom of Jacksonville \
DON'T lime to 1 gallon of water and and Mru
FORGET Rcsiene Fields visited beautiful apply i Drew Blantonof s
Cypress Gardens this paste to the top surface Wilburn were visiting relatives
a wonderful recently time. and report of the melon, this will prevent here last week. 4,95 L; FLASHLIGHT

Miss Bonita Faye Green's sunburn and can be easily wiped Mr. and Mrs D. M. McRay of
$ COKE for several guest off when the melons are picked. Starke visited the Woodrow
days last week
was ro
May the'Good 'j&-1i(
Miss Eleanor Lee of Bryceville. Lord watch over Thomas family Tuesday after 'T.;
of you .'bye now.. noon.
Henry Thornton
Jr., spent last 'tA
week with relatives in Jackson Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Lewis and HM
YYYYYYYYY YYYY YTYyy M Mrs. Reed Lewis and children ; .. With Batteries

;++n ;a s'u..a.ts TKM-IUH...r.a.rM____ a McCormick family reunion Generation at enJoyed the BROOKER visited last with Thursday.the Woodrow Thomases r I Pt VACUUM BOTTLE WHILE

Bottled under authority of The Coco-Cola Company,. home .of Mr. and 'Mrs. Charlie Bobby Thomas spent last week THEY LAST
Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Company Burnett at the State Farm Sun By Barbara Sue Davis In Daytona at. the. FFA soave
day in honor of,-their father. J, tion.Mr. 7 98e! -ONLY-
; E. McCormick on his special day V VYYYYYVYYyyyyyyyyyyyyi and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas

of the year, "Father's Day". Little Carol Rhyon of Cross and children Wayne and Juanita 1C
I I Share the Profits in Star Guests in" our home Sunday City spent the past week with the Stanaker and Patricia Thomas Make. KOCH'S Your Headquarters For

1 1 e I were my husband' mother Mrs. Warren Mizelle family. The Miz ml- Branford.attended the Youth Fellowship in Summer Fun Supplies Sun Tan Lotions,
Leona McCarthy his sister. Mrs. le family visited the Buster Rhyon Sun Glasses, Swim Caps, Etc.
John Stillwell and Mrs. L. D. family Saturday.Mr. Benny Thomas Jr. of Gainesville -

I : Jones and children, all of Per, and Mrs. Warren Mize lle, Mrs. visited Benny his Thomas.parents, Mr. and Be Sure To 'Get Your Coupons With Each Purchase at KOCH'SPrescriptions
andina Beach. and Karren and Lucretia Cumbee, Sr. Satur
Bill Green visited his father; Norma Jean Taylor of Santa !e, day.
l f I e L. F. Green in Lake City Sunday and the P. D.'Reddishs of Starke Rebecca Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Waters and Called For and Delivered
afternoon. were in Lake Butler, Thursday. of Jacksonville
Henry Thornton Sr., returned Mr.. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and spent the weekend with their
Good June 20 Thru June 28 home Sunday from the Glendale son Craig Mr. and Mrs. Edison parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thom Free Truck Delivery Service

Hospital in Palatka. He will, undergo Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin as.Joan KOCH DRUG STORE
surgery at a later date. Fleeter and sOn of Clearwaterwere Thomas of Jacksonville Phone 53SHOPPORTUNITY
OURPRICE Weekend guest of the R. L. in Townsville, S. C. over the spent the weekend q with her tathr. -i
Shopportunity Morgan's was their niece Miss weekend. -
IS Delvene Morgan of Jacksonville. Mrs.'J. L. Whittle,Jr. and three
Buster'Crawford of Jacksonvilleis sons, and Mrs. L.. L. Hardee, Sr.
spending this week with his of Jacksonville visited the Bill DAYS -- GIGANTIC CELEBRATION AT C. II.NASVORTRY'S .
t SPECIALS! uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bigham family Thursday. Mary
Green. Jane Bigham returned to Jacksonville -

Thursday afternoon guests in with them to stay until Sat
10 INCH the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. urday. .
Cox were Mr. and Mrs. L H. Arm- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wooi'and
SHEETROCK bruster of Gainesville. Mary JaneBigham are spending
FRIGID FANS Rev and Mrs.,'G. E. Cutshaw the week in Lakeland. FOR YOU!
and grandson. Billy of Greenville Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Waters
Term are visiting with Mr. and visited friends and relatives here

1,55 1750 Mrs. Bill Reddish and family. last week and they are now visit- Come See Don McN/ef/ or Salesman Sam

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Let us help you (J.rr1Vie'f 110' LESS THAN FORMER -

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xt i It seems this girl was so cr.r-az1 about the service Here'ehev deluxe feature to-, PHILCO DAY SPECIAL '.- '.:
: -r "ti she from her Phillips 66 Dealer that she'd buy want in a '
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.. FENCES E t was rather trying for this Phillips 66 Dealer; Automatic Dofoil ".. 8 Pwctlain CArpe -

PLAY ROOMS : considering all the free services he provtdes for 2 en.ft.iwt frMZtrE00 Dairy Bar Sla/ag D..f. ,,', -
e UTILITY ROOMS 1 ..IW sal Cht ..K.pwt IS.q. ft. ....If ww ;.. :. --r t;
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am1 Milk Shtif ale! 10.2 CM.ft.capacity; _
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and Construction turned out'just about as you'd expect Such aa p 4
by Warren Const. Co ,YouH have to go under the i. outdates 45 million Refrigerators I "
I obliging fellow,she decided,would be a handy man
house to fIX itr Now 3 zones of cold with 3 special refrigerating and
around the house. So she hooked hinu freezing .y.tema-l 38 (2)) 33" cold co EatlU
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Warranty On WorkmanshipAnd in a Philco.
Materials. Over 20 Years Building Experience.USE I Trouble is that Phillips i 66.Dealers are so dedicated -.

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!!lJ11J"IYYTTJrlTYYY11! Loyree P. Hartmaft Cocomlse 1nam1.i Florida SKD No. 198 under said *' .

Starke, Florida '-*. '-* SKD No; Slj Charles Tir Klein S Edna Towni-'end l S tctitn 'z8o1 UHV 20" said survey. North 10 degrees 4 minutes 09 seconds the east Hue of Section IS, at a.point radius uf 5729.578 feet, run thence

LONG BRIDGE Joseph Thomas Cocomtse Lawtey. Florida SRD No. 18: A dloel Unknown SItU 1271; Beginning& kri"d a follows: '.Ea tr2VV6.49 .fet to the beginning :U.V 2 leet soutnerly tr(>iu t.'nUlh- aLt lacUsUrriy aiung salu ..urve Ibrvugil
5 tarke. FI\rlda bUt Xo. 61ab.y "I me.west luiv 4tl SWU of curve L' l'ato the southeast c.ut u>rucr ul said &
ISO; UI S 5 :SKD 130; 131 of I -tUI a total central angle ut .: Moute Klein Michael fcU "i Section 21, Township .6 having a radius of 5729.578 feet cuuUluing l.ajtf
AND NEW 1R Iar living South acres more or I"I a uisuuice vt leet luHie
RIVERS 2 Florida Lwtey. Florida SRD .1. 1:!; 1nknown'i and, 1 104.60, feet Range ,:: East at a puiat I un theiice northeasterly along skid eJ.u>\'" ul exi&Ung road right of end uf said tune, run Uience.North

SRD No. 5.I; T. ; 131 visees, aYd/or claimants: of Juterl'jr"m Nurthwestturner l'un" thrvugh au ang.e of 9 degrees way.uWNED 10 degrees 49 iniuuies ItS!) secouOs -
Bin. E. A. Sapp 235 Charles E Knight under said S Stl',4! of said St 09 minutes 35 seconds a distance uf BY: Daisy Cox and her East 2.WB.13 feel tu the begin-
Raleigh Cox Route 2 run thence North 915.9i feet to the east line uf said Raleigh Cux
1U'hae Towndend 1 hu""all John D. Diags Ulug ul a curve collate tu the eaaler-

WAAALLAAALA4AALAAAAAA' Rou:" -. Gainenle, Florida SRD No. 70; Unknown SKD 128;;: feet,minutes run thence"Xorth 99 seconds 1302.29 I Section 16 at I point 264.02 feet southerly aim his Wile cunsteiicr L. Digjjs, .y Having a radius ul 29.ai8 feel,

Starke. Florida 8RD No. 54-R; 5 234 130 131 It d.greo 35 from the northeast corner vf licuritlia. Chauuier aim her kusiiuud ruu ikeuce uortlieasicny aloug tald
Mr. .and Mrs.. Ralph Merritt 23a Sarah Knight I Hazel, Wail /' ./ minutes to the north 09 b"dl tat 2999.0S feet:' aid Section 16, 'I JIll (' .11.& lUmiituu aiid curve* ihri ugh an angle uf 9 uegreesUV
Route 2 fStarke, FJa of 21 Containing v.otiS acres inert or less lier
Ben Davenport SRD 159-K :eton llauiiliou \Vil- uiuuu-s 35 teconua a bifelauce uf
;:: at
' were in Macclenny visiting 3431 Florida Arena* Gainesville, Florida SRD No. 70: J. E. / % *307: 3UI the'a northeast point 1373.87 feet Westerly from I exclusive of existing S rod right ofway. lau L>. tilths aud his wile Mii I 915.91 teet to the east line yl Secliou
Merritt's folks Wall, corner of said Section 1 IS8S, Daisy M. DaVeupurt 16, al
the I
.Richard Jones Miami. Florida SRO No. 54-K: % 21, Containing I a a point 264.V2 feet southerly
3 Starke, Florida 0.552 acres, more OWNED BY: Elizabeth Noegel and Uell
or Davenport, Hum
% Ester E. Kucera SKD 159-K;] l less 11Nanc Alinie Belie the northeast corner uf said
Sunday evening.' Dalsey M. Davenport :1 Valrico. Florida SRD .No. 137; 264; 507; 308] of exclusive of existing road right: her hufiband V.. H. Noegel, Uetie lU"1 her bauuCharlie Stubb. bccliuu' 16.Containing.

Mr. and Mrs. Barney Moody of 3431 Floridaenue 138 J. L. Water OW.NE11 way. Noegel and his wife Connie' Noegel. Mil. > No. J2-K Kiglit of \"lf V.I37 acres inure t>r less
L f S BY: Anthny C, Cermen. feKI) Xo. 43-K; 40-Kj It 44 '13Right 'lliat uf
part :
- Lake Wales were Saturday night Miami. Florida. SRD No. 54-K; Henry J. Kucera Situ IlL;; aro and his wife ; ; exclusive uf existing road right ufway.
235 Valrico. Florida BF.D No. 137:; ro(; 207; % L Lorena C rlenaro.-, of Hay 1 he north lou feet uf the following .

gest of Mrs. Frpnie Moody. Christener L Diggs 138 L Loin A. Waters bill That) AO, 23. 28, 29 BIght vf Way That part of: described piece or parcel of Jue to OWNED BV:; Loyree P. Hartman

awtey. Fla. pan of: Beginning at the intersection of the wn: } the
Mr. and Mrs. A. Turner of Route 2 Clara M. Lane SKD 173; E 'ru intersection and her uusbaud Ju&epU
L Starke. Florida SRI No. 53: 1023 East 'Georgia Avenue 206; 207291; I West% of Block 1. South Range 2 1 Westerly right of way line of State edge uf SEi! of 'KU i>f eton southi, Cucuuiise.K1 .

. Ocala spent last with Fronie 54-R; 235 DeLand, Florida SRD No. 175-K]: 20 Mamie,C ,Weaver East, being ail of .: Jying Road 200-and the north line of SK,4of Tuwnship 6 South, Range East > > >.. ; Right of Way

Crews and family and this week John David Diggs. 205-K: South Franklyn Street also of State Rod 200 (U. S. 30!), SE!. of Section I. 'Township I with use west edge uf the right of That part of:

Route 2 J. A. Lane. Allntown. Pennsylvania SKD the E% of Block 2 South of r fSouth! Range 23 thence. run't ay of State Highway No. 13 .theiice \E4 uf SKl uf NEV (west of

Mrs. Jessie Lazenby and her Starke, Florida SRi No. 53; 1023 East Georgia Avenue lilies 1'-R ; 229 ;2(9 ; 270 I h l lying Rang' WeM being aU of such Block.1! southerly along the westerly) right uli l"l't1east along the said We ledge Slate ItuuUItU) of Section* Ik, Tuwn-

moter. Mrs. 'Rhoda Dowling ofHomestead U.I; 235; DeLand Florida SRO No. 175-K: J. W. Weaver east of State Rod 200 (C. S. 'I way line of saiii State Koad 200 for of said highway). 20 tnt Cur "a hip ( South, Haiige 22 East KXCKFT.
Minie L. Diggs -- 205-K: 0 South Franklyn Street of Simon J. Temple Subdivision i a distance of 407 feet to the northeast I I ciul of thence run tk-guming al uorihweet ufuf
hgilwlng. corner
are visiting them. 149 1-% South Dixie Highway John Magyar!, Jr. Allentown' Pennl'lvanll SlI of lands at Temple's Mills as per plat I'corner of the lands described in ltd asteriy alng liu wet edge uf S E:4 NKU uf Section 16 Tvwnship

Mrs. Anita Moody and Mrs., J. Miami 33. SRD No. S4-K:: Route 2 I Evelyn 1/6-R/ : 229 ; %6; %, thereof recorded in 1U Book C, at page 424 I Book 80 at page 203 et seq. right of way of said highway a dis 6 south, Kange 22 East turning Uieiueea

D: of Lakeland T. ,Xli; Starke. Florida SRD No. 90' N. of curr'nt public records I the current public records of Bradford tall" uf 2k 4.5 feet, thence l'UI wester e Io5.9 feet mole ur less fur point
spent Vable ""* Route 1I.a1'tey of Bradford ,
Wim William D. Diggs Magyar C unto. Florida EX- County, Florida, thencerun in a I s. aud parallel with thy south edge of u( beginning, theme
run 364.1 feet
last Sunday night with 149 12 South Pixie Rou.fe. 2 0 Fla SKD CEPT.the following westerly direction right sai.l SE
Highway S 14o] described parcel at of NEU a distance uf 315.3 east lu West line uf Stale Koad No.
: Ms. Mae Miami 33. Florida. SRO No. 54-K:: StarTce.Florida'. ?KD No. Ko I Abner Yarbrough. individually and thereof, to-wit: said State Road 200 (and along the teet tu a stake, thence run southerly 13 Now C.; S. Highway 301) theuce
o.L Bank ; w 335; Angelo Mell as Guardian for Edna Yarbrough Commence at the centerline of Center northerly line uf the lands described ''c"lall' uf zt b11 feet tu a slake, thence I m a southerly direction
and Mrs Chester Moody rof r Aeatha Dornthv Ridley, Dineencfn Route : r.Starke --5 I an incompetent person !treethtre l it intersects center: in said le Book 30 at page 203 et ta.-lcrly t<> the iH'int uf a west line of said highway following 141.7 feet
Lawtey Fla. l
Keystone Heights visited Mrs. J.: Paradise 'Fkir.ida51W No. lOS:1 Edna SKD147:1 lneor: S., A. L Railway, West, track, feeo.. extension of said line distance uf .7 feet ail l lying and thence west 232.7 terl thence North
110 East 43nd Street 3a2 Yarbrough. Incompetent an for westerly), for distance of 945.57 being in the
a said
pint of Simon SKI of NKU Of 1 39.5 feet to
Emily Moody Thursday New York 17. N>w Mai-y Meli' (/0 Atiher Yarbrough J: Temple's survey puint'uf beginning lying
SKD No. S Guardian feet to said said
a point 4.58 Section,
1 orl S : Lawtey Fla. a !ubi\ion run North 72: pint bin Township and Range, west uf and vi ithin 55 feel Of the survey -
Miss Mar' Frances pekle of r 174 Roile.Z. A. Yarbrough :SRI I4i degrees Welt centerlne of Cen feet talterl measured the ALSO; A prcd laud lying in the line ul'slate Koad 2UO, Set lion 2801
Frank Jilneen ., Starke Florida SRD No. 105: ter :lrltt 974 feet to of paid line), of. the SKU of of
east right Section 16
Jacksonville spent from Wednesday c/o J. L. Paradise S S. 1 f- Route of -urs. westerly & Town (114) 201, said survey tine being described
S \3)0 Jil.yof boundary of NE' of SW of SE ship South
4 ?i Range 22
: "i" Itt Rod No. ZOO / I Eat in Brad as follows:
110 East 42nd Street Heat D. MercerAddref's Lawtfr. fla SKD 173; South 18 of said Section, Township and Range, County, }'Ia.
t' Sunday ; degrees West and
: along fore more Ik-ginning tilt-
i on
wt I/nknown south line uf Sec
'her''ster New York New York SRD 206 207 said big
Mrs. Pat Johns. J 17.. $KD .Vn :0. 128; York S Manufacturing and ; ; %s I Road East' right of way line of State run thence in a northerly directionS i parll'ularl described a! : tion 16, Tuwiinhip t ouUi. Range 22
174 1 1U; 131SUrke. Building A'o. 200, 934 feet and to said at the
: ''Edna M. Corporation S I Point of pralt westerly COUI.lloe intersection of the i East at a Point 1313.87 feet westerly
Sunday guests of the Ethan nnbof .Rtlnler. ). IUtrt Beginniugr. thencecontinue South tid NEV4 of SW of SE% easterly right of line iI iruni Uie
j; Address Unknown RD .No. 12N }' Z J. c/o R Carl Harris 18: ar( way of State I southeast corner uf said
Sapps ; degrees West along said a distance of 90.57 feet to the F Road 200 and time Section
were: Mildred 1347 right boundary 16, run theiue
Wilks ,_ 130; 131 Florida SRD So. 26 Roolt\'elt' Avenue of line Est 1'Ullerly North 16 degrees
u : way of northerly of said oftiSW4 of aforesaid
] -S S $tate Road 386 boundary Nli4 SKU NKU! for 35 minutes
and dalaght n. Ptirbn. Orlanu Fla SRD point 09 seconds Ka&i
los 40-K
r fctene I t : )(71 ; feet, thence
and South of SKU, in uf
1 2XS5 72 degrees run thence _n I beginning, and run thence 1111.34 feel
F.rhe StreetwmrlUe.'Tla. : 42.43-K easterly to the beginning
tfTlftV 44 of
:"oi (HI ; ; 317 a
) :01 -1 ; 345
Mrs. Virginia Roberts of My- (. ( '{3RD Noi: 13:: hrtMi :11 BHnFoun 36 felt thence Xcrth 18 degrees Est I t easterly diretion along the nl.rlberlybUlddr along said southerly boundary a dis- curve cuncave tu the westerly having

I ers, Pete and Leslie Sap'F and .i.era' M. Durban 5 Nailnn:1 Lead COtXTY SECTION J80l-:01 STATK UOAD !0 I West to,, thence North 72 J i j ) of said NEU of \4 of tance cf 242 feet tu the southeasterly S a radius of 572.5i!) feet, ruu Uience

I 5365 Forbes Street r/o MCarfhv Crencbaw UKADFOUU I'OISTV UESCK11'TIO east right of way line of SE',4 and continuing along north- cor.r of a parcel of I northeasterly along said curve through
families of Palatka and Mrs., i i Jacksonville. Fla. RKD/ No. 132I 512 Bank s >8 State Road a distance of 345 erly boundary of said SE!. of SE by Lissie L. Clark and a total central angle uf 5 '46

'. Oenny Bardin of Jacksonville. I I flue Luevenia Ellington Jackaonvllle.P1"npf :tonal SItU ulldlnl 187 SRI) No. 18 Right of'Way. feet to pint. of beginning 'and 'U' | for a distance of 1017.7 feet more orless H. X. Clark and Foy Clark hUlblud, I minutes a distance uf 576.67 uegrees feet lo
P.oute That'part" taining acres and to the point of Beginning. EXCEPTING Elizabeth Crews, the
f I I 2 Elizabeth Noegel Of: lying in Block by Warranty Deed I end of acid curve, run thence

U S M. and Mi's. Meadows Anderon tarke, Florida SItU No. 16erthna tarkE Fla. SRD; 4J (1) A parcel of land fa the NW!. Simon 2. South and Range 1 and 2, West therefrom any portion I dated May 23rd 1933. and recorded I North 10 degrees 49 minutes 09 see.onds .

and daughters of DeLand 1 Estea I \\ NoegelStarke of SE i of Seton 21, Township 6 'J. Temples Subdivision thereof lying within the right of way r in i Deed Book .75, page 243.-et seq. East 2706.49 feet to the beginnin -

.' were last week visitors Route Fla.- SKD 41 !out. lying in SWJi of 1E\ of Section 21.l L ofa graded road lying alon& the Public Records of Bradford County ? of a curve concave to the easter

. 'of ;::'I LwtfY. Florida SRD No. 137: Connie XftegelPtarke. S 16 {' tn tire 'Ea,1ntining_ Township recorded 6 South 22 East]., northerly boundary of ab'e desrlbfdJ.mds I Florida ; run thence in a northerly l ly having radius of 5729.578 feet

Minnie Granger and Mrs. Emily: 134 Fla. 4} Bradford County Florida ; and be in the current Public Re -S direction along the easterly boundary run thence northeasterly along said
Ceorge J. HI cords of Bradford lying west of and within 55 of uf
. Moody. Etl Gene Xopgel ing mf-re particularly dehcribed as County, Florida. fet last aforesaid parcel a distance of curve through an angle of 9 degrees

tnutl 1 Starke, Fla. *" Slit, 4} follows:. For point of reference ALSO ECEP; the survey line of State 290 I 100 feet lore or less to the southeasterly 09 minutes 35 Seconds a distance cf

We are glad to report that Rob J. Florida SRD No 137: Albert Norman S mence' at the northwest corner com of A lying in Block 1 Section 2S01 (114) 201, said surwylne corner of a parcel of land I 915.97 feet to the east line uf Section

: ert Dobbs feeling, better .138 Route 1 t. said NWU of gEU of aforesaid Sout..',ange Z West of Simon J. being dt'rlbed as follows; c l.eot by party of first part to 16 at a l'oint 26402 feet southerly

i and OPI'trude Eunice La'wtey. Fla. SKI) 185 Section; i 21, and run thence Tlmill Subdivision, as per on the south line-of Seton Crews by Warranty Deed I from the northeast; corner of said

able to be back home. Sorry t Lawtey. Florida SRD No. 175K; Maybelle Norman '" degree and 17 minutes west S'uth 1 thereof reco/ded in Book Vlt.C. 16, 'Township 6 South, Range t dutVd December IS, 195:. and recorded Section 16,

report that Mr. 205-K Koufe v '- the along] Page 424 of the Public 'of: at pint 1373.87 feet westerly in Deed Book 80, 'Containing
Black ill Westerly boundary,thereof a dis Records a l'agt 437 et t 0.109 acres more or less,
i i J. H. Eunlee iwtey. Fla. Sill 185 Bradford County, Florida from the corner of said I set). Public Records
Starke ,. I talle 'of.397 feet to the centerline tf and being of Bradford I exclusive uf existing rust! right of
hospital with back Lawtey Florida SRD No. A.' Norton more Section 16, run North degrees
175-K: Bradley : a ditch for'a point of 'particularly described as fol] thence I County, Florida : ruu thence in a way.

jury.Mrs. Francys EunIce =15-1 Lawtey, Fla SRI 175-K:: From point of beginning beginning.thus de lows: 3; minutes 0: seconds Est westeily direction along the southerly OWNED BVi Charles E. Knight
I 205-K: Commence at the 1111.34 to the beginning boundary of
scribed continue intersection of the fee las* aforesaid parcel a and his wife Sarah KnighLOCCLTIKD
Ole Kendricks of I Lawtey. Florida SRI No. Xe''; Selma M.. Norton !outh 1 degree and easterly boundary of {curve concave to the _'westerly having distance: of % feel,
Colwbu. right of more ur BV. J. D.
1 minutel west way 3.1 Itss. Beik and his
said tl.
Ga. was visiting in River I, :. S S. Eunice Jr. 175-R: 205-K_ : %t Lwte, Fla. SRD 175-K: bundar a' along 435 westerly feet : of State Road :200 the'Southerly'( a radius of 5729.578 feet, run thencenonhealterly to tl. easterly right of' way line uf: l ie Bertha L. Beck.

last 'week. Florida 205-K' lI lru ; run thence South t boundary) of the 'right of'way of Mar- along said curve through :t< Road 200 ; run thence in b r.kl) NO. 71 RIght Uf Way
Lawtey. SRI No. In Paul Parker ket
: Road a (central angle of degrees 46
degrees and formerly Center Stteet. for tota i southerly) -ngsaid easterly TlUt of
29 minutes part :
Those I. 175-R; 205-K 268 Starke. Fla. SRI S 'east a : point
enjoying : of a distance of to
the tis.
beginning. right of
birthday Selma Eunice 5 Frederick Pashall : tance, of 144. 27 fttto an iron From JHiint of b the end of said 7606 t.e way line a instance uf lit] Commence at a point of 50 feet
'AI ginning thus curve, feet
dinner'honoring on the described run in a run lte to point uf beginning, EXCE1T. east 'uf centerline
Mrs. Lawtey uf Slate Road No.
Lizzie Mc- ; Florida SRD No. 175-R: 1S1J Street Westerly boundary of the rightof erly ( uirection North 10 degrees 49 minutes 09 sec- a parcel uf land
at Mr. S S 205-K Fla. SKD 183- S :way ft State Road No. 200 also alongaforesaid'easterly 1 lying in southeuMquarter 2oo and a point 25 feet south of cen-
Jim ] unds Kast 2706.49 feet the
Ke to
Thomas' Hnlywoo. boundary (.f the begin
home Farmers-Home Administration < known as Teple'enue right pf way of State (SK4j! of northeast 'quarter: terline of County graded road said
; run thence ,
Johnstown were the 'cIo William T. ShaddickGainesville. PrtIfott North 17 Road 200, a distance of one niiig of a curve iolca to the south (N11U! of Section SixteenOtil, point being the northwe
Morris Highland. Fla. SIlL ,180 dtgret and minutes" hundrtd corner yf
Branneri family, and Florida SEW No. ] Ella Prescott east along lalt aforesaid% westerly twenty-five (13 Y' feet to a (concrete] east run having a 5729.578 led:, TuvvnsJiip Six (I) South, 1:111 I*-t 7 uf Ruhfield's Subdivision in

Emily Mesdames 155; 258; 15 Hhghfand. Fla. :SKD ISO- boundary/)/ a distance of three hundred monument : thence in'an easterly th"I'e through northeasterly uf along Ild Twenty-two (22) Kast in Bradford. SW',4 of SW.4 and SK't of SWU of

Vernice and Fronie.Moody. First Federal Savings .and Loan, M. L. Prlscot eighty feet to the centerline of .fore. dietlon and. panle to aforesaid] curve minute's 3 an seconds angle : uesreesvi II 1 County, Florid., and bii' mOle Section 10, Township K South, Range

M. and Mrs E. A. Fitzgerald Association of Galnllll Route -::TT said ditch run thence North degrees '' the right of :915.97 lee I ; the east a line uiHalc"of said particularly d"icliO ; 22 lOast as recordcil in i'lal Book 'i
of of
Gainesville, 26; Ffij. i way Market Road, formerly Center I'oiuineiice Ih. of the 1'age 7 of Bradford
; ; iutelJt.t.n County records
Savannah Ga. !RI ."ott, : 1 sonlsIIt along said Street lo at 264.02
llt led
visited Mrs. Geor- 106; 10Y Viola Prlcot ., ditch (enterlne, a distance of 261.6, a distance cf 125 feet to a southerly."ctill from a the northeast comer easterly) right of way .uf SK 201 run southerly along easi right of way
ge Anderson Ann Fisher Route feet concrete monument: run thence in and the luulh"I'Iboundary uf line of Stale Ruad
Saturday and Sun to ) beginning and,. I a "f salt! Section 16Containing .No. 21)0.) 560 feet
4311 South Trask Street I wtey. Fla. 12)) A northerly) dirttion and parallel I to -a ilnoitliea.a touthtalt ouarl.r f k I. \ .,f lor iKilnt' uf ,
day. 184 unreel of land in the NWI 1Of beginning tlieum.tsouth
SRI 0.192
...,, ors
Tampa Florida SliD No. 198 T L5 Prlscot SB'4 of Section 21, Township, S afl'rtlald ta"ttrn I. 1- ";dn al'IOtS mul'I quarltr--ix j I.{ ;;d'r; bs degrees SO minutes east 1021-0
Don I lot| 125 feet to ; (: exclusive yl existing ruad rigiuif in
Lawtey a Ulll"e a feet
Fllhtr SRD 175yonier. South, Range Z2 East in the City of monument : u'rtl.rly dl't"tion along to west right of way line of S
| 4311! South Trask Street Ra Incorporated Bradford on tforefaid southerly ) ; way. >aid easterly)' way hue a distance A. 1* Ky., tlit-iice South lit degrees 35
THE County. Florida boundary .
tark. ; 0 OV \ED ,BY: York Manufacturing
BIGHT POINT Tampa. Florida SRD No. ice c/o Corporation Trust rua Uience a of one minutes
for Company and west
| U along saul
III more westerly .lid "Buu lundn:\Oelel west right
th bt'g < e- along said u g ana/or ALfi
Dorothy Fuerst 508 Consolidated Buildin jarf'ularly southerly 'CorVl'ativn e tenths feet of
scribed follows boundary, ,a southerly boundary way line uf S. A. I,. Railway 431.0t
: of 1?. .
re- ert Nellie P.uaruer.
way you writ*. Come In and Address Unknown SRD No. 128: Ja cksonville. Fla. PI 11.P feS renee, commence at the northwest distance. of 125 feet to point of, be. Garler, e of a parcel of land" recorded in fee theme North 64 degrees 30 minutes
130 ginning, lA-rd U M/k
; 200-K : < 0. 1'age 437 Pub- Wet to
Albert F. corner' of said NW-U 'of SE'i of /T TO: Mortgage recorded l"to. East right uf way line
Garner Wilma lie
Rivers lying east of Uecirds:
lUJJ of
and within said bf
50 feet State Road
aforesaid vf ; run No.
your fa I Starke. Florida SRD No. 40-K : Address Unknown St.ton 21 and run thence the in at page 3&9 ; and mortgage tht-iu' County 200, 1118.8 feet
'ort ESTERBROOK ; SKI) 1%': South 1 17 survey line -of State Road 200, l e in an easterly direction along theme northerly al'ngsaM East
degrt. minutes West ecorued book K heal
42 at 80
; 43-R; ; 317 130 n 2401(114) U page sa i.l
4 ; 131 Set ( 201, said 'sun'ey :uUlerlboundary a right uf line uf
along the cilalU way State Road
Fountain Nellie P. Garner B. E. Reddish Westerly boundary a dis- 0) the NaUuual Bank of
ea TELEGRAPH. Starke tance of 832 feet to Of lne described as fellows: -U.wU of furty-eight (h) feet Jo a point, No. 2110, 425.3 feet to point of beginning
begin- j
Florida SRD No. 40-K Route 1 Jiurlgage
: "Beginning al'kollt.
pint on the west lecolled.n eihl-n" (at) feet
42; V3R44317Lawtey ; ; Lawtey, Fla. 154: Ping; frm, point 'f begin- of SK4! cf Section 21 1ielf: SW4 Jjuuk 3.1 at page. Zjj.. m lav or uliuuttr I man-line of State Ki>ad eagerly 200 for uf time ,
HHI Township l'uiut lying
thus 6 / easterly uf and within
nmg 119
,. Oty Sue Gault run South 85 11. Ji-lies ttliu, his Wile Aiiuuiel.
I. 155 of
The ; 253 Kange
Clrrsll Court Zil; 80ulh 22 East at a point iJegiimins. from iH>int of feet of the
Of The 104.60 begin-i suvey line of State Head
t. Eighth Florida No. 283 Ethel D. Reddish degrrts' and. :9 minutes East a dis. Junes.KU .
Judicial Circuit SRI uthtrl from the ning thus descril>ed, continue in :I 200( Stxtlon
Court. IB A For W. E. Route tLwte tane: .t 144.27 feet to the northwest Kij'lit of May an 2&01 (114) 201, said
Bradford C.n..,. Ilorlda. Lawtey.Gaul Sit!) No. 2'J3 Fla. 154 S boundary of the rlgb t'or vvay'of westerly State ccrner of SW-U of SKU of said Sec that.u.3 of: easterly)' direction along said southerly survey line being described as follows.

: Lw .. __ B L. Green 155;!RI i!; Z59; Road No. 200, also known as Temple 11 ton; minutes 21. run'09 thence seconds North: 1 degrees 1302.29 I .bfc.: 14 Vdr.NKU! uf SEk alL in Section \undaf.3) ftet to a a distance point One vt huivired thirty-eight nine- I' tiu Beginning 10, Township un the 6 south South.line' of Seen

East Columbus Avenue Betty Register A.venue--run thence -South 17 degrees I feet -juuiislup Kange 'i.'i Kaslu flange 22
ROAD DEPART- S run thence I 'OULU. teen (119) feet
ST.TI ) XcMh 16 degrees 35 easterly of aforesaidcenteriine Kast at a puint
? OP FLORIDA Phoenix. Arizona SRD lo Ii-I: t arke Fla. sItu: and 26 njinutes Weft along paid I I 09 saw;u act ul,ianu lyiug east ui feet easterly
an) Freeman Jr. 3 westerly, boundary minute seconds East 2999.08" feet (1 ; run thence in a "roin the southwest corner uf said
Agency Register a distance of 71 oulh.rl'
? pf the 'Z05-1 to
Florida. State of ) Essie M. Green 8tarkl Fla. SKD 33 feet: run sotith S3 degrees '23 the north lie of said Section 21, rUluc east J'ual ut a.nd within 53 feet direction and parallel to said 'ent.r- $ectiou 10, said point being on Iheire
*. and ) 47 East Columbus Avenue lce Register "'. S minutes: west. .ditince"ot '90-feet1tl;;S] at a"" ,point lriI,1': feet westerly, from .he 1)'I. weuleliuie ut Uie tat'ui.ll line a distance of thirty-right (38) of a curve concave to the southa.sterly -
) Phoenix.- Arizona :SRD 175-fl Fla. e of said Section feet to a lint; run thetue 4n westerly having
'. BRADFORD-COUNTT. .No. : Starke. SItE 9; run thence North 22 degrees 17 min 21, .lat" inau JUO, AecllUU, 2401 I I a radiuU uf 5729.578
a) .5 Containing 0.334 direction and parallel Vet, thence(
205-K more or \HJ tu aforesaid from
Political 96 utesweVt a'rlS a tangent
distance bearing
Subdh'hlnn of ) S ; 9 a of 97 feet ; run L I less, exclusive Ul, aim west uf lulU to tile "
the State NOT1CJS L. R. Grett Freeman Register Sr. thence South 85 d.grts 29 minutes, of of existing road right roau 'light 'ol way tine ul pre- southerly boundary a distance of North 22 degrees 50 minutes 35
) 1"111
OJ' HUL Route Starke, Fla. SRI 94 East way. S thirl..i ht (38) feet to point ; iwonds East run thence
; distance of :3.73 feet to : ; Slate 2vO, aaiu ceuteriiiiering I I northeasterly
*" Pttlioner ) I OWNED h.U
lll Lawtey. Florida SRO No. 172 96; of beginning. pint : Harold T. Thornton run thtI.'e in a n.rlherl' directinand along said curve through an angle uf
J. \ ) Mamie Green E. Sacco 9 and his wife Elsie Thornton. : uescriueu : Iv.lo\l: to af 1 degree 58
WALL Jlbll Jaralt < minutes 52 seconds,
E al. ) lying welt of and "oithi 50 feet of Ctiuiiieuciiig uu the south line uf Sec- "ntErlle a
Route 1Lawtey. 1 S -'BEI' M'rtgage recorded : ciiltanci thirty-eight ( ) to I distance 198.11 feet
Defendants. the survey line of Road 200,1 T in, '! Italige Z2 Pt to he end of said
) h >uutu
Florida SRD No. 172 La wtey. Fla. SRD 170; ill 2801-11 Stte said i 404 in favor of .UUI, u"U"hl1 I. Point of Beginning (1) lying p8tlrly (urve, run thence North 24 degrees
t.., VOTICB. Mildred Greene .L nry Sa'co Secton' described 14) 01.follows lui\'ey liny :tnts also" knownVi James H. .5"l al a OiL : : t tuet wcaienyrum of and within 119 fett and (2) lying 1 49! minutes 27 East 911.66

PHOCKKDI.VGt 01 EMI.-VEST DOMAIXXante Address Unknown SRD No. 128; 8337 88th Street lUl a : | Slrog! mortgage recorded in tile suuilicast corner said tetlionh I westerly of and within 55 fet of the I Feet to the beginning of
curve con-
Beginning the
on West line of SW .. Bo run Uieiice Jsouth .3 degrees 2tuiOiUleS I
I. T. S S 130; .131 Woodhaven, < kHat page 144 in favor of I survey line uf State 200 Section c-a ve to the westerly
A of Uni having
ad radius
By SE% of 21 <
Tkr 6I | al aecuilU East Zi leet to p
t Of The State Of Authority Carson Griffis Long Island, New York SKD 170: Stio Township Cornelius Scholl and his wile Gladys I 201 (lii) 201, said survey line f 5729.57X feet run thence northeasterly
S Florida Highland Florida SRD No. 182-K I South East at a point lie 1-oint of lie&uimug ut cenierliue'right I
TO ALL WHOM 171 L&hol. being described as follows: I along said
,. IT MAY CON S ( feet Southerly from the curve through a
GrtffisHighland. Albert ; 01 Lane ut said Male ICoad ZOO,, :
CERN. AND HUll Sappenfield I Kiglit. of Beginning un the south line of Seton total
;o all 3 ( angle uf 14
i persons and Florida SRD No. 62RF. ( of, SW, i of SE of laid I \aT saiu i>uiut beuig tile begiuiulig ot'urve a I- degrees 41
Lawtey, FU. 'rntr' That 16
p rte having or claiming SRD 156;; 157 Sec Ilar of: Township 6 South. Hang 2%I minutes 19 seconds a distance of
any \ pn 21, run thence North 16 '; cuncave to the
ti. aoutoeaauriya
J. Grtffis Ruby'SappenfieldLawtey 1 :
title interest estate 11'1 square in northeast corner alt at a point 1373.87 feet westerly 14 7.0 fet to the end of said
mort Highland, Florida SRD No. 18S-K: Fla. SRI 156 157Cornelius grees l liutfS 09 seconds Kast I of of Ui\l luuius of leet, runUieiice from curve,
Bl U.ii'.JI the
gage or other lien to or on those ; 13 02.29 s fk 1 South of Range southeast corner of said run thence North 10 degrees 08 minuts -
run thence North 16 decrees
certain 'parcels of land hereinafter S 273 fchoU ". I 2 West Simon J. Te pl's Subdivision iiorilieasleily along sum curvebruugh ection 16. run tltn't North 16 de- 0$ seconds East 2829.86 feet to
Ida Strickland Griffin St Fla. 35 minutes 09 seconds East L Ulal ceiiual uf 3 described and the arke. SRI 27; 28; 29 I of lands at 11 in a ang>, 35 second.East the
sons together with following ptr- Starke, Florida SKD No. US: Gladys Schol S :993.08 feet to' the trth'lie of saidIecti6n I vf Jk'EU of .Section Telpl.oi 21,is. NWU rees .jO iiuiiules a distance uf ifcti.tx grpt feet to the of the southeast beginning of a curve concave to
unknown f ; Township 6 1113 beginning a having
a of
persons claiming by : UO.HJ. 2t arke. SRD ; 28; ;29 21. at, a feet South, Range eel to the. of curve, ruu
: through 'or % 22 East'as tnl &all concave 10 the having 57 29.578 feet
under or thence
W per map westerly run northeaster
R. Griffin S. L.- westerly from the northeast corner neuce Zi )
known persons who Scruggs plat thereof llh degrees klllUldiU a radius of 5 i2'0
are dead in Book ; ly
Cat along said
or who are not known to be I Starve, Florida SKD No. 189:i :3 South East let AvenueGainesville ot .1a i4 Section 21, rt'lode Dee : seconds East 6.10 led to the bennmg5 .1 fee thtnOen.rthtalttrly curve through an angle
dead 424
thtI'ef records along sid curve of 1 degree 30 minutes 32
or alive:' 190-K: : Fla. SKD 60; 194:; SI Containing 0.18"acre more or less, of Bradford i ut 1'c ne concave to tae a total central trough a
J. W. Griffis :g3 288 287 28 :sc : xclusive of of County Florida angle of 5 distance of 150.90 feet to the north
SEMIOt.ot : : ; ; ; St I eist g"rod right ] S .esieny having radius uf 3s25.esl I minutes
STATK HOD Starke, Florida SKD No. John .A. Shadd Sr. lying west <>f and within 50 .feet of a a distance of 576.67 feet tuhe line of said section 10 at a point
way. .eel, ion theiite
BKAHFOHD 3 uurilieaMerly aioiig i
:0 COt\TV NAMES 0 S the survey line uf .State Road 200, th end of said (curve run thenceN'Orth 16 99.13 feet from
AND Mae Griffis Route 2, Starke Fla. SItU 89 I OWNED BY: Kayo Investent'Company. : >aid curve Uirouga a total central the fiortfe.
AUDRESlE1 Section
A cm* United Life Insurance S tar 1 Florida SRD No. 33 Mildred E. Shadd j 2801 (114) 201, said suney angle of degrees 36 niiuules a 10 degrees 49 minutes 09 secn.Is west corner of said Section 10, 7
line I
c/oJ. Edwin Larson co. Joseph H. Cumber. Sr. Route 2 5 'KD >.. Z5- Right ., Way being described as follows: ance ut I t feet tu the tnd ut bdiurve UL' Kast %.06.4 feet to the begin Containing 0.440 acres more or lese,

Male' Insurance Commissioner 13303 Madison Avenue St arke. Kla. SKU 1.!I part of: ..Bcginniug.onthe Hue off SW )1\.1 end uf said ceiilerlitic, 'I ning of a curve concave to the easter exclusive of existing road right Of

The Capitol Lakewood 7. Ohio SlID No. 94;: E. 31. Silverstein% I Tat) Commence at the centerline of of SkJIi of Section :21. Township 6f Uience,lor a purpose of reference run I y having a radius of 5729.578 feet, w ay.
96 97 r 1255 Marseille Drive Range 22 East ,at a point run thence northeasterly along said OWNED BY
Florida ; enter : Raymond ifowe and
SRO Street where it .hence North
Tal lo
h&see us 49: degrees minutes
; Miami Interst feet southerly from the I (urve through an angle of 9 his
Josephine A. Cumber Beach. Fla.) SRD 110-K; 294Thelma I .enterline of S. A. northwest 51 seconds 64 degrees wife, Marion Howe.
157 leet to
Effie Alderman 1 13355 ladilnenu'e Simpson ruck, an initial L' Rai\ay welt'C'f corner of S\Vi! of SEU of said .me ut said Welt Stale Road tie lun'lJ'1 run 0 9 minutes 35 seconds a distance of SKI> No. 7C Right at Way

Hampton Florida. SlID No. 110-K: Lakewood. 7. Ohio SRO No. 94: I, Dade City, Fla. SRD 12*; ISO; Simon J. Temple's Subdivison survey run Seton 21. run thence North 16 de-: neuce Ni-rih 10 degrees 49 UU.minutes I i 9'15.9 feet to the tat line of Section I That part of:
t 97 I .5 15 minutes 09 seconds a 264.02 feet
East }
; 131 point
11 10utl.rly Begin at intersection of Stateoad
T. J. Alderman z, Mica Z. Hamilton Is belle Smith "Oorth 72 degrees West along center;I 1302.29 feet, run thence North 16 degree )9) boll East :I6b..i9 feel lu tlie from the northeast corner : R No. 13 and the County graded
ine of Center Street 974 feet east be f
Hampton. Florida SRD No. 110-K: Lawtey. Florida SRD No. 54-K: Seffner, Fla. SRD 128-. ; 130.; 131 fight of way line of State Road to No. ; 35 minutes 09 seconds Est southeasterly{ a curve a 235:i Evelyn T. Knelling 2999.08 feet to the north having Containing 0.232 i|'
2 U : line of acres more or Its.i |line i or the N% of SvV'4 pf Section
2 00 thence South 18 2'J.SiS
degrees run northeasterly
Arnold Howard Hamilton 497 2nd Welt Section 21. ata leet. thence e xt-lusive of existing road
Construction Company Ave feet right 10, Township 6 South, Range 22 East
I Florida SRD No. 54-K Naples SRI 176-K lung said East right of way ,line of irons. 1.3.8 along said curve through au angle .
/0 .W. H. Arnold ..awtey. : Fla : westerly the of 1 and run North along the East right
7 Murray Building S S %3 229 269; 2(0 I S tate Road zoo, 934 feet for.point 0 said. Section 21. corer hi 9 degrtts'll miute 35 secoiius a OWNED BY: Fred Taccia and his: of Way line of said Stale Road \0.

Palm Peach E:ldred Hammond William A. Snelling Beginning thence continue South 18eg C dlltnce I tu tie east wife Anna Taccia.Mill .
Florida SKO No. acres more less, .
SO] R ntainig or 1 3. distance
; d West said 0.010 a 880 feel lo a point Of
fees east right-of- me said Section 16 at
194: 285: 2S : !.->7: !SX: :s'; :'U Route : 497 2nd Avenue along txdul 'e existing road right of a point Xo. 60; 285; Right beginning, thence
The Atlantic National Bank S tark. Florida SItU No. 113 ;? pre Fla. SRD : i-ay line of State Road 2UO. oi6 feet, way (, 26 4.02 feet southerly from the northeast 5- Way U6:7 .r'l. run North along
I7.K S 11 the East side of State Road Xo
of Jacksonville 229; ; I.hence outh 72 degrees East L corner'of did Section 16 It,
; 3t fet OWNED BY: Freeman Register That part of t:| 220 feet
thence East
Jackon\'le, Florida SRI No. 40-K] : Route 2 Standard Oil Company. t hence North IS degrees : ftt; Jr., land his wife Betty Register.OCCUPIED ALSO ; The S'-uth 25 acres of that portion Airline run
Florida SHD No. 113 e/0 C. T. Ade t hence North 72 'degrees to That part of: I Railway, right of way. thence
42; 43-R 44 I Wes titright of the NE'i of
: : By: J. W, Uriffis and and the E% of
1'' South
:E' along the West side of Sea
Bank of Palm Beach and Trust 31. Charle Hard S S 525 Riverside Avenue of way line State his wife Mae Uriffis.SKU : of NKU! cf SE'/i, all in :eton 16, CWU of NKU o Section 16 To I-
40 Coconut Florida SlID No. 241-K Jacksonville. Fla. Sill 139 toad No. 200 distance 345 feet t T Binge \ board Airline Railway right of way
Rnw Starke. ; ; 140 a o-l| So.'41 Way \rhlp I Sut : E"t hip 6 South, Range 22 that
% sou 311.uanita Joyce of Blelt.1 all of said EIt. 1 220 feet, thence West t" right of way
Palm Bearh. Florida SUP No. : '; ; Etanley beginning and. containing ; Janjl lying t"lt li ies
pmt part : tral't west of State Highway (
194: 2S5: *XS; 287; 24; 2K'; 6 J Hardy 3450 .et 89th Avenue :. acres and lying in Block 2 South Tt the intersection of the the i'ublic e and reserving therefrom:10 excepting of State Road No. 13 to the place Qf

Claude P. Starke Florida SRD No. 241-K .1iamt. Fla. SKD 198 and westerly within a tEinninglying and being in Section
Barbour : Range 1 and 2 West Simon J. I lying east of and 119 i-e I
293 300 311 Steve Starling, Jr. right of way line of State RoamS 11 fet P of land lying in the northeaswrner :it 10, Township 6 South, Range 22 East
Lawtey Florida SitU No. 1S3-K: C ; ; Temple's Subdivision and lying 200. and. the- of the survey line of Slate ROod UI. thereof '
north (
of 250 fee'
SK'4 measures
2S5 i Doris C. Hardy Route 1 S l' i n SVN'U of NEV it :21. Town"hip 1 Sei-tion 2&01 (114) saio survey lying easterly of and within 113
Ruby Barbour Florida SRD Xo. 241-K:: l.\ter, Fla. SItU 14i 6 South, Kange)eton in the SH'4 of !eton 16, Township 6. I.line : east and west and 597.5 feet north and feet of the survey line of State Road

L'tty. Florida SRD No. 183-K: Sake 293; 300; 311 Vivian Starling c urrent Public Records of Bradford South. Rage East for a point of beng d.scriLd folo,!of Seer south along the highway) ; 12 200. Section 201 (114)201 said survey
365 Douglas P. Hardy Route 1 r run thence southerly 557 tiun tying west and within 55 feet of | line being describe* as follows
I County, Florida 16, Township Range 22
Eula M. Barr Starke, Florida SRi No. 241-K: I \tl }'Ia Situ 148 ALSO: feet along the west 'right of way line East at a point I .:outh westerly he survey line of State Road 200, Beginning on the south line pf Section

15-31st Street 293: 300; 311Starke : H. G. Staton I (J) Beginning at the point of the o f said State Road 200 to a point of beginning from the southeast corner qf said Section 2X01 (114) 201. said survey: 10, Township 6 South. Rang 22

Gulfport. Mississippi, SKI> No. J. E. Hardy L awtey. FU. SRD 159-K; i intersection "of the easterly boundary ; from the point of beginning: Section 16, run thence North 16 de l ine being described 1111 follows East at a point 110.13 feet easterly

: : u- K Florida :SRD :0. 241-K: 30i l Uie of right of of State thus described run in a westerly: gres 35 minutes 09 seconds Beginning on the south line of Sec- from the southwest comer of said
11-1 :
I. Bary 293 ; 311 Mary D. Staton :200 with the northerly way boundary Rod line direction at right angles to afore feet to the beginning of Ea"tUI. a ton 16, Township 6 South, Range 22 I Section 10, said point being: on there
Street Jo Hardy L awtey. Fla. 159KIV7: State. 200 for a East I at a point 1373.87 feet westerly
1-31t Ella SRI ; of right of way of Sapp Street (formerly : mentont Rod disc concave to the. westerly having a of a curve concave to the soutV
Mississippi Sit!) N 0. : Florida SRD No. 241-K i; 300 feet to an iron gtake| from the southeast corner of saidSection easterly having a radius of 5729.57?
tae North a radius of 5729.578 thence
Street,) at an iron stake I
175-K: 2U5-R 293: 300; 311 Rose Strickland thence run northerly and t fet ru 16, run thence North 16 de- | |feet, thence from a tangent bearing

Pertha L. R"cl Albert Hartman. as Curator 2536 Tami-Sola Street set at such point intersection (adwhih : S tat Road 200 a distance of 150 ,-, northeasterly along sid through i greet) 35 minutes 09 seconds East ,j <6f North 22 degrees 50 minutes 3,5tconds

Stak. SRO No. 70 -of Estate of Elizabeth Letsch, S arasota. Fla. SRO 135IS .5. point is 2s0.35 feet dLtat thtn, r easterly a distance of 300 a minutes total central angle of 16 degrees I 4 1111.34 feet to the beginning of a !) Eat=f run thence northeasterly

Incompetent 2.543 307; 30) .fl 'and bears South 17 degrees I i feet tq said westerly right of way the end a of distance said of 5i.67 fet ) curve concave to'the westerly having I along said curve through an angle of

Starke. Florida SRI No. 7V Stake. Florida SRI : 241-K: W. R. Strickland minutes West from the intersection o l line of State Road 200 at 'a curve tbtnLi a radius of 5729.578 feet, run thence 1 degree 58 minutes 52 seconds a distance
he line of 1) pint North 10 degrees 49 minutes 09
boundary beionds >
Dorothy Booth U; 300; 311 Street easterly which -is ISO feet northerly of northeasterly along said curve through
Arcadia. Florida SRD No. )3SI Viola Iligrinhl I Sarasota }'lL SRD 159-K; I right of ,way of State Road 200 with point of thence run southerly Est 2706.49 feet' to the beginning : : a total central angle of 5 degrees 46 nf 19.11 feet to the end'of said
bginnlng. North
curve, run thence 24 degrees 49
.Wllam.I.. Booth Address Unknown SItU :0 1:1; I 264; 307; JUS the north line 'of Block 4 South, sid westerly fight of way a cun concave to the easterly I minutes a distance of 576-67 feet. to minutes 27 seconds East 911.66 feet
SRD 131 Ray Strong. also Range 2 West of Slimn J. 11 a 'radius of 5729.578 feet,
Florida No. 93 10; known'a Ttmple's"ublollion l line of State Rod 200 fur a distanc-r ha\'ig tlie end of said curve run hence I 11 to the beginning of concave
Bradford Furniture Corp. James Hill James R. )-. FOR POINT OF BE- of run enl- northeasterly along fcaidcurve a curve
1. 150 feet to. point of Beginning, Norjh 10 degrees 49 minutes 09 seC- to
c/o S. L. S nigjtsGainesville. Route : 1554 North Lakeship Drive. t U 'MNG thence runjNorth 17 degrees lying westerly of and within 55 I trough an angle of 9 degree I ons East 2706.49 feet to, the beginning the westerly having a radius of

Florida SRD No. SO; Starke Florida SRO No. 94: ; Winter-haven. Fla. SRO 2 T! 46 minutes East, and along said easterly feet of the centerline of the west Ian 09 : seconds a ( of a curve cleave to the easterly 5729.578 feet, run thence northeasterly

14: !U: 28 : %8; 288; 2!b'; Z 50 96; I 9 % I boundary line of the right of way of State Road 200. -Section'2801 l 915.97 feet to life east line of Said Section having a radius of 5729-578 feet ninthence alcngMid curve through 3 total central

AuMIn R. Purdett Elizabeth Hodge 28, : of State Road 200 for a distance of 201, (centerline (te 1C, at pint6.0 feet southerly northeasterly angle of 14 degrees 41 Tninut?

Address Unknown SRD No. 1:15; ''tarke, Florida SRD No. 10 3: Annie Belle Stubb S 940.6S feet to tile north line of Block t sid being' 'dsribed from the nortealt of sid along said, curve 19 seconds a distance of 140.0 feet
as ( >ws:, corer through an angle of' degrees 09 j
lo the end of said curve run thence
ISO: 1 253 3609 Frow Avenue 3. Range >2 West of said Simon 5 Section 16 I seconds
Sout. Commencing the south line minute 35 dil-tanC"8'
Bryant Arthur Burdett Jack Hodge Miami 33. Fla' SRO 54-K;; J.. Sujxlivision, thence runSouth' on Containing 1.197 acres more or a North 10 (leirree OX minutes 0* sec
L lple's Section 16, 6 915.97 feet to. the east line of Section
Fostoria Ohio SRD No. Township onds East 229.0 feet to the beginning
: l
128; Stake, Florida SRD No. 10 s: S 23 72 degrees 16. minutes 10 Sout I"I exclusive of existing road
22 East at a point westerly righ 16 at a-point %54.8 2 feet
s to
S 130; UI 252Marlon ] Charlie Stubb onds East and alppg.the north of way of a curve concave the southeast -
Jerry Burdett Howe : '3(09 Frow Avenue Block S 2 lne o from the southeast corner of sidSe.ton OWNED BV: John David the. northeast- corner of- saidSection : having a radiu. of 5729.578 feet,
South. Range at
Address Unknown SRD No. 1:8 West 16. run thence Nfrth ,,73 de Digg 1 6, : thence at1
; '$33 Cypress Street i iStarke. I Miami 33. Fla. SRD 54-K: kkng the north line of 3, and his wife Christener L. run rtheaptery alony

130; 1 31: Florida SUP No. 1 I.. 0'- %3 South, Range I Westof Blok Simon J.Temple's gtS 2* minutes 5 lend .Wes:SaD Xo. 54-R Way i I Containing 0.024 acre more or less. Curve through an angle of 11 'degre.o .
Graham Byrd Raymond Howe Anna si t to the of BI&h'U exclusive of existing road right of ; minutes 32 second a distance of
Starke. Florida SRDO. 132 Tacca- Subdivision! distance said centerline said pojnt being the I Tat par 1
813 Route ] Of SE 150.SO feet to the north line of salarelation
S of Section way.OWNED
of feet the westerly boundary 4
Cprusreet 871.S3 to -
Mildred Byrd SRD No. 71 | Starke, Fla. SR 57.Sit line of'the right of way of Seaboard beginning of a Starke. Florida SRI No. 132 having a radius of IH5oUret Co..ra'ion
Fred Taccia easterly E1t. .
Charley ( easterly from the northwest cnrner
and.ail that I
; F. R. Carradrne Starke. E'John.. SRD No. 189;! Airline Rirod. at a pit .. thence from tangent- {tearingrf portion of the NE SPBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded [ ,f ai4 Sec'ti'fl 10. '

Route 1Lawtey 190-K| Starke out., Fla. 100 feet from terlle of tid.ted North 16 degrees 35 minutes 09 I XE'4 C SH'4 of Section IS, To\m'l in Book 40 at page 1 In favor of Containing 0.323 acres more or lest.5
SR n.i ship 6
Florida SRD No. 13 is; Homer H Jones Hazel Tanner. p west maIn track of rairoad seconds East run northeasterly alongsaid I;, Tying.t Range 22- Est > L. .Si-niBKs : and mortgage ft.ed exclusive of existing road right of.way. >
'ot recordnk
thence and 55 feet
14SRD (43 Lane i Robte 1OjLawtey. S run South 171 degrees mi- curve through a total central 1 lhi in Rork 6 at page 31A held -

JTorrell Carradlne 'S Sing, Fla. SRD No. I ; Fla SRD utes.50 I'Bd Wed, and along angle degrees 27 minutes 12 seconds l and east of and within feet ot Palm Beach and Trust Company : OWNED BT: OHie Luevenia Elling-
Route 1 ; 43-R; 44; 317 LrS. Tanner westerly oup. of said rirdright ditlc.o non feet oJo the survey lineof State Road 200, and Mortsaee recorded In Book 6. at tim.

1lltey. Florida NO. 139: Minnie B. Jones 4 Route of way for distance of 877.1 end of sid cUle and the beginningof Section 2S01 (114) %t, said survey' pave 335 held by Arnold ConstructionCompany san Xa. Rich of Way
1'H line
being described I
uo to the. northerly boundary :
UU Syringa LaneJacksonville fet sid 'a curve' concave to the a ,

August CassiatnJit (. Fl. D&ye\ : i S Sapp Sit thence run north 7( degrees ( having a radius of lC5.U feet westerly run Beginning on the so\ith line of Se. I sun x.. It RUM .f Wayi That FVorn part southwest-f: corner o' Ei tit
Blvd. alner West and the northerly tion 16. Township 6 South. Range 22
uth1'ut. t:; t3-1; 4i; 31? Route along thence -northeasterly said rcurve That part ft: SwId nf NW'i of Section 10
Vlneland. New Jersey SRD No. .5. Hoyt Jones Fla. SRD If boundary of Sapp Street for a East at a'point'1373.87 feet westerly Township
total A "f
Lwtey. through a central angle cf 2 de tract land 259 feet east and South. Range 22 East and thence
4o ioi. ; I LOT, distance of 874.59 feet to from the southeast corner of said section
2652 Walnut Street. TannerRte'r sid Poit 27 minutes 1% seconds rest and 57.5 feet north and south East alonr South

arCUne Cassia Blvd.toSI Allentown Pennsylvania SlID No. -Beginning-fceins ali ot gf 40.6 feet to a point at a'di.tnc 16, run thence Xor 1 dtgftl3i in the northeast corner of SEi ofXR run f **MPW i of NW'i a djjrjance edze of
295 Fla. SlID 1 65 South Range 1 West and all ti minutes 09 bee. feet
and the end of Est 111.3 of : tlyine'
.j' Vineland. New Jersey SRD NO. 2Sins : L.tey. said left J XK'J west of State: 4&4 9 feet to east e'*ee c.f right of
May Underwood Jones part of 3 Range 2 i the beginning of a 1 way
-. Bl Sut We lane Centerline. aid point being designated1 < ( ( Hiehway Vie) of Section K. Township] of State Highway X>. 13: thence
10 2S5J Walnut Street Starke. Fla. SRD 27. 28. 2 9 lying 200. the westerly having a radius ( run
1 Et Ro. al .asmirvey 6 South. Range 22 Eat.
\ ter1v
Cermenaro northea alonethe
C. ,
Jne' StAtiCf iuist edee of
'Anthony Allentown.-- Pennsylvania SlID Harold Thornton that of Block 4 South, 5729.578 feet, run northeasterly *-
i No T. Range;; 94.83.05- State tl.we f 55'
"1 Florida SRD No. 25-K Rod I lyine1 west t> sad within Mid right nf of
said State
Lorena Ftarke. Cermenaro 29S' Starke. Fla. SRD 2?. 28, n West lying north .of Sapp Se 211k (H4> 2oI.runthen.& ectiit.. along said curve a total I the survey line rt State feetfl0! war High
asat way a distance ot 300 ft to a take
Bernice Toole 5 degrees 46 winuteea aj
Kayo.Investment Company % angle o.f :
i east of State Road 90.
po..eof reference 15 rent Section 2X01 (114) 201 saM
Stark Florida SKD No. 25-K degrees cnn .
& '' / -John A, Couffhlin nOt Avenue XOrh .tapce of 576.67 feet end of eT_ noint of 'ommencement: thence con-,
( pa.rt pC Block. 4 South. Range 1
35 minutes
'4 Elsia Chandler Slg : We 09 1 ods 'East toth line being described a* follow: linue .nnrth
1490 Northeast Avenue SRI 19 10.3 said thence degrees a terlr along said
7th lying north of in run I East
Richmond Htlghtl. Sapp Sret Sip : feet to the beginning: of a f\n'e Berinnmon the imHih lin. t>fH S ec.v #J e ofxaM rieft saf
North Miami. Florida SRD No. Everett Toole (unI cn seconds w'r"of hiehrwar
Florida SRD No 64-K 1 .s per cave to the westerly having : 0 E n 16. Township S South Itanee 2! dktflp
r.dlu a nf sso'feet 1an3
Blanche Kin S 1501 Sligh nue .2706.49 feet to the beginning to n"ir
thereof recorded in Deed Book C. at I
U- of 5: '.5S East at pnijit
run thence north-I a 1373.87 feet westerlyfrmn
I '.wned TV
by ris
S450 Southwest. 19th Avenue tet > M. Miller
Henrietta Chandler Tama Situ i ua L page 424 thereof of the current I curve concave to the ta5terly. hadJra the > : thence riuj
Miami. Florida No. I 198 living and It PUbi easterly sid rn'e through a radius of feet. run them-f soufheaet fornt-r of I lid eim"t.rlv V>ne south edtfe of lan.Jf
Richmond 'Meni..1 records of Bradford Countv. .
lelght., Walter SR tfal central angle c.f dcr *s 4C Soi7 )6 run thenr? Xf-rth KSo det4etiu1n ncj- owned lr
Florida SRD JiO. 64-H' King deceased thl uUlnmna neir, Ivin; of and 50 feet : nortlu-asterly KIJ curve lhrou Irip M Miller *
Cits F."t within 1 minutes a distance of 57C.S7 feet 1 rees minute 'L second East
34i> Southwest 89th Avenue other 1jsiapee of 4l.11
and/or e* "Ian J angle of 9'degrees 09 minutes feid fn a point
ks.. _._.___s-j. 333 vies ul pf""t tine of State Road %. the end of said curve, run thes cej seconds & distance of S15.J7 feet : 1111.34 feet to the heeinnine nf r a which lno: feet north of smith edgp

curve to the "baring
westerly (Continui4 on next I Be) j

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iX Hsaidr tkihrt tan weteHy issi* 1 l : -set way line at State H a4 seconds 64 feet run} SSD N*. 164-B Right I erly along said curve through t ,tal
feet to a --lake the e at ZOO. (former, stake; run then a 6ouOi O!degrees 08 seconds :East :2761.71 feet to the from the southwest c of said I *f Way I a <
thence North
tight of" lo < edge iy State Road 13), thenee ,run *uth 05 minutes east and parallel to the beginning of -curve, to 'the Section 36 46 degrees'U minutes ], That part of: 'Wy a concave 'run thence North
nich' point tnI % iHnway 17 degrees 43 rninvtes west and along, easterly,boundary of said section a oatbeasterly having & tadius of1 grees 07 minutes 31 te- 8. seconds East 1718.90 feet to the One acre in southwest corner of 45 se.tncs a xiiscnce _f ), 4..93lett
above beret: west 08 seconds East north line of said Section 23, at a > Lot 25 West of : to the end of said
in' as point\eJste right:-f way line .of 'State Distance of 125.1 feet to an ir a stake ?4-94fl feet run thence 1 ( >6.54 feet to the Petal- Railway in Woodlawn (curve run

'fpl-m nt said Road JOt for a.distance 41$.! te tto oa 'the southerly boundary of said l ly along said curve sortheaster1 of west lane of Begin- point 561.2' feet westerly from the Subdivision Section 13. Township C thence North 16 Degrees 29 minutes
bt e 3 IW.% of slake 'centerline, said northeast corner of said Section 23, South Range 22 36 seconds East 3045.85 feet the
1tec of 254 an IroA thence run north section; na tfeeace.north S3 degrees central angle of '15 degrees 02 minute point being.the beginning of ALSO East, according to to
W 80 degrees 4< ntnutes, west for a;distance east along the southerly ..boundaryof ,. a curve : a map of Voodiawn, which said map beginning of a curve concave to the pf said a distance of tOM." feet to the concave to the
highway That
in sal4 northwesterly having f ,
part t
> is
; recon M easterly having radius of 5729.5S'eet
Ston f 293.2$ feet to .an iron aid eeUea upon the Public a
distance Records
stake a of end of
Township &d: 493.2J said; curve, thence North radios of 'll t '.l1 That
KaioKeJyhjg run feet run thence
portion of the :
i '
NE. of NEwest it Bradford thence
thjicerun n rth 32 degrees 30 feet of 1 Ccunty Florida run northeasterly along
< minutes to point beginning :31 degrees ,
Jlf tct of I 07 minutes 08 seconds northeasterly along said Flats
'"IU' 'w 11 east for a distance of 439.2 ''feet lying west of ,and within 55 feet I) ]East 374.96 feet line total central curve through{ of Seaboard Railroad; LESS 9 Book 1. Page I, ai curve through an angle of 3 degrees
200 to the east angle of 44 I ,
Ue 0 1t Rd i to :said iron stake at said point of of the present -centerUne of State. said Section ofin degrees 85 acres to Jaae Byrd; LESS 2 acres lying easterly of and within 55 15 minutes 47 seconds a distance -
) 34 at 01
'line -being'described a point 505 4 seconds a distance off to R. E.
ad iWe beginning Read Blanchard, aQ being to :'eet of the of 326.31 feet to the north line
.1 line
) 200, Section 2 I(1U2Q.t( naidlicenurllae southerly from 2916.67 feet 1 -survey of State Road
I the northeast to the end
corner ef aid- Section
&Il0wa. curve} 23, Township 6 :00 Section if said Section
Beginning south of I lying westerly of and within '55 being described as follows: ,I, ,
O U. eciiwi feet of the Pur-4 I urvey line feet easterly from the northwest
line being described corer
of State -
survey Road Beginning on the south line of the of as fol-
1U, Uownship ( 1.150acres pose reference
eut 22 more or run thence sooth 73 lying
westerly ef and within 119 ows n of said Section '
200, Section 2801(114)201, said NE% Of NE of Section 11 Town-11 : 12,
survey % less
East degrees
at A 110.13feet exclusive of road 27 minute 53 feet
existing right seconds East of the
.froai the .pul comer of easterly line t>emg described as follows: I ship 6 South.. 'Range 22 East at a | cf way. 20 feet run thence north 16 degrees 3--200, Section survey line cf State Road Beginning on the south line cf Containing 1.041 acres more or less,
lwtt IaW Beginning on 'the south line / 2801 (114)) 201, between I lection 14. Township 5 of existing roafl right of
of Section point 319/67 feet Westerly from the South
Section 10. point being OD' OWNED 'BY: Charles ,R. Klien 3{ minutes 07 seconds Bast "0,17 feet survey 11 ire Station Rangew
'Uk tea ,I, Township I South Range 22 south 412-1-57.70 and 22 East at a point 581.5 feet
a coacave to the east corner of NE% of NEVi and his wife Mary Ellen to the north line of said Section 46 the Borthlinc westerly way.OWNED
eure East, at a point 1090.13 feet'easterly of said Section 16. nm thence North parent tract, said I from thc southeast corner of said BY: L. R. Greet and his
TO: point .
having a %&
a feet
easterly of 57 -easterly from survey line and wife Mamie
raU vecordedt survey line station Section 14 Green.
l from the southwest of 10 run thence North
corner said degrees 49 minutes $9 seconds In 16 de-
tet. 'Uee 22 Ilm uegrees a tangent oU taq Section 3. said point being, on the East 1028.05 feet to the beginning of Michael Townsend 24 at page and 407 his in Wife, Edna 26, northwest comer of said Section being Beginning described as follows: Trees 32 minutes 07 seconds East S RD I>.. '173; 291 Right ef Way

lWluo8 .. arc of a curve to the easter- a the south line Of Sec 1347.83 feet to the beginning That part of:
aeconda East concave curve concave to the easterly having Townsend ALSO of a
run tuence living and if : tion 23
: liariueusurly ; having radius of ; deceased I Township S Scuth, Range 22 jurve concave to the Lot 40 In Section 12, Township 5
a 5729.578 feet, a radius of 2148.59 feet run thencenOtheasterJy westerly having
aM ng said curve ituvugu an auaieof thence from the unknown heirs devisees, 'and/or lying a tangent feet
bearing of thence
1 ae&Teeill nunuie along said curve through other claimants under "said Michael feet of the enterUne of the lane from the run
'wi 1ic Onus worth 11 degrees 38 minutes 40 seconds .a total central angle Of 20 degrees ef east' southwest corner of said northeasterly, north and northwester- Subdivision as per plat thereof recorded
a distance of Townsend State .Road
198.1 and Edna Townsend : %110, Section Section
itch and 2801 (114) "3, run
io HIU thence
MI North 16 along in Plat Book
de y said 1
East run northeasterly alon 04 minutes curve through page 17, current
Of twtw r a distance at 752.49 ;feet i 201 between the an angle
curve, run theuce with mortgage recorded in Book 31 at south line of gross 3! minutes '
21 parent seconds East >f IS degrees public records
aid 19 of Bradford
curve through an angleof 4 degrees to the end of said : minutes 20 seconds
degrees 49 curve rua | i '448 in traet'and the
minuus page favor of Viola intersection 3932.30
cf the feet
Et Hlggfns west
2< a"'oftd41 to
i a point designated Istance of 648. County, Florida
29 minutes 2 seconds as 54 feet
$ 5J to the
a 30
degrees minutes OA east
911.CS feet to the dine secj Isabclle Smith Edna M. T>ub se, railroad right of line and line
way (2) survey
'oe.llu.ra. ii Station
4 tan e of 444,10 feet to the end East 412-1-57.70.[ run 'tne of said Section 14 ( line lying (1) westerly of and within
.t.U feet to the beginning J] west of
curve Dorothy
easterly of and
concave 40 Futrst Mildred Greene heli to the thence North
the railroad
ha 16
> Motion 1 29
t.eriy of
thence Township 5 survey State
curve North 1C South
run degrees of
a curve concave to the Range
a ra4lus of 5729.5 i ma Simpson,, Bryant "Arthur right of vay line between 07
feet, run 05 ,minutes OS seconds East having a radius of ,&729.578 Wilma Burflett, the intersection -, seconds East 1718 90 feet to the !2 East), at a point 191637 feet R"ad 200 Section 2801 (114) 201
northeasterly along said .westerlYj Rivers Austin R. BuTdett, of west railroad Tight of north line
curve through 5093: I way of said Section 23, at mrtherly from the Between the south line of
a described
37 feet to the north of southwest parcel
a total line said thence northeasterly,along I ]Reatha 'ine'and the corner
central angle of 14 : D. Mercer ftiid Jerry Bur- east right of line point 561.2 feet
41 minutes 19 seconds degrees S Ulon 3 at a point (91 feet easterly through total central angle ot ,%0 'dett jf State Road 200 and the way north northeast westerly from the 'f said Section 13, thence from a above and suney line Station
a distance of the 'northwest line corner of said Section 23. tangent bearing of North 05-1-5000 and (2) lying of
front of
comer NEK degrees45 'minutes 01 seconds of 4 degrees westerly
1470.0 a MED
feet : Na. ist l parent
to the end of aid lIght ft W. tract, said centerline Containing 3.152. '
y being 2 and
curve of said Section 3 acres more or less minutes 47 seconds within 119 feet of said
run thence distance of 2075.0 feet to the fl1d of That described East continue survey
North 10 degrees part t f: as followa exclusive of
OS min line
utes OK() seconds East 2829.80 feet to Containing 0.297 acres more or leas. said eurve ran thence north 10 degrees I 'E% of 'NE% of 'Section 34. Town-- Commence on the south line of See- !, way. road right of idrtherly vn angle of along said curve through 5 05+between 50.00 and survey line Station
6 the
exclusive of existing road of degrees 11 minutes north line of
right 08 minutes 08 seconds East 55
the beginning ship 6 South Range 22 tion 26, Township 5 South OWNED
of East. BY
a curve concave to Range 22 i : B. E. Reddish and econds a distance of lareel described above and
the southeast 2795.0 feet to the beginning of a lying (1) wen 'of and within 55 East at a point 326.85 feet his wife 326.24 feet to (3) lying
having way.OWNED Ethel
a radius of easterly D. Reddish. 'he end of said : easterly of and within
William 65 feet
BY F. of said
: Booth curve thence
curve to the run
ooooare easterly having
( feet from
;z.T8 ] and the'southwest
feet (1) east of and within 119 SUBJECT
run thence northeasterly I corner of said, TO
: Mortgage recorded Vorth 1 degree urvey line. said
59 line
-along said apd bis wife Dorothy Booth. a 'rad Js of 5729578 feet nm thence ,1 feet of the line Section 26, thence north in Book minutes OS seconds survey and survey -
curve through an angle survey of State Road L run 31 degrees 28 at Page 411. In favor of West 3077.18 feet line station being
SliD No. 1i'I:11: Sisht ef Way northeasterly along said curve'through to. the north line of described as
Of l' 200. Section 07 minutes ,
degrees 10 minutes 3.2 seconds 2801(1)4)201. said "11'- 08 seconds East Farmers Home Administration. 'aid follows
a distance of That ,part of; an angle of 1 degrees 30 minutes .32 veT line foUows 1987.34 feet to SRD Section 13 at a point 8.48 feet :
feet being 4escrlbed a 'poInt No.
to the'nortl as : run thence ISO 1S7
; Right Of Beginning
Way 'asterly from the on the south line
Commence at northwest of Sec-
a concrete monument seconds
iiH6 a Ostance of 156.90 feet to South 58 corner
of said Section Beginning the south lineof degrees 52 That
Id on 52
at a point Nconds part of: >f said ion 12, Township
Section 5
set at the northwest corner of .SE the aorth line of said Section '10 at 13. i South Range 22
U O.U ftet easterly from the Section 34, Township S South, Range I East 64 feet to the Point of Be, A portion of NEU of Sast at
SW NEH of Containing 0.101 a point S.U feet
of of Section ( acres less.
% 3. Township more or easterly
a point 1690.13 feet easterly from 22
corner of ald Section East at'a,point 24.74 feet ginningof east lane said Section 33
10. wester centerline Township 5 South. Range vxrlufiva of 1 from the southwest
South 22 -thence existing road corner of said
Range East the
run northwest corner of satd Section right of
ly from point
Containing 0.144 the being the
southeast of SW of 22 East
corner beginning and
acres more or lou South 38 degrees (2 minutes east tar 10 a curve being more particularly wiy. Section 12, run thence North 1 degree
exclusive of existing road of SEU of sam Sectioa 34 run theses; concave to the northwesterly described follows 19
right of having as : OWNED minutes 08
BY Hawl Tanner I seconds West
a distance of 350 1 feet to an iron Containing tI.030'acres more or less North radius of : and 296.52
lOWNED 16 degrees Oa minutes 08 Beerods a 11459.14.feet thence from Commence at NE eerier of aforesaid "r. hiKbaid. L. S. Tanner. 'eet to the beginning of 'Un'p
stake for a point of beginning, thence exclusive of existing road right of a con-
BY: .Paul Parker East 5741.78 feet to the beginning a tangent bearing of North 31 Section *
run south 76 degrees 12 minutes east way. degrees 23 and run thence South RD N.. 1418 RIght ef Way rave to the easterly having a radius
.XU Me. M Jtight ef May of a curve ,concave to the. 07 minutes 08 seconds East 89 degrees 15 f .
That for distance of 331.2 feet to an OWNED BY: Mae Hammond arid run L minutes West atari That part of: o 5729 58 feet run thence north'wentTly -
part. of: southeasterly having radius of north-easterly along said curve the northerly boundary thereof dis Commencing e north and
tron stake set In the west right of her husband Eldred'R. Hammond.SBD a at the northwest corer northeasterly along
'Begin at the Intersection cf ,762.9.437 feet. >run thence nortieaster- through a total central angle of 14 degrees tance of 596,47 feet to the westerly of Lot 34. Woortlawn said curve through a total
way line of State Road 200 i(formerly No. Kl-B Kixht of Way Section central
Stale Road No. 13 and the, Bounty ly along said curve through a total I 35 minutes 01 seconds dis.tanee boundary of right of 'S. angle Ot ID
of State Township 5 degrees 28
I way South Ranso minutes
State Road 13) thence Tun South 17 That part of; 2! East 44
!'graded .
road'as "now central angle of 16 'f-ffrtfs '02 mta- of 291? 67 feet to the "R"ad
constructed ndof No.
on TOO run thence South 17 nd pun SAuH : seconds a ditlt.l"f
[ along the feet
tie degrees 41 :ramntes west and ;along CD TJWii of NE% it SEt and said : elde to
south lib* of the ales a dntawwvf,2644 feet'to the curve and east lane degrees 19
N3 uf the SW centerllne, minutes .f the end of
West along said the rteht of said
the seat Tight of way line of =State E% Of :8WW of SEit. EXCEPTparesis -- wny of State Road curve run thence
Hi of Section 10. lownabip South end of se>4 curve run thence 'N,Tth for purpose of reference ,run thence : 1'r"t'fltet1y1loundary distance of ''0. t5 North 16 decrees
Road 200 for a instance of '411.7 'feet deeded to JIagyari and Crawford a_ 16 47 94 fet to the point he"Innine !9 minutes 36 see-
'Kfldye tit Jsiast 41 North 73
and run decrees (7 minutes' f secondsEast degrees .27 minutes 63
north sec 'to'southerly rods
aieag I to Iron thence run "North boundary of right from raid point of East 28.74 feet to a point de-
Ittitf an vt&te aU, to Section 34, Township 5soUth. .
toUt right of way line of State .314. feet to the east line of onds 'WestU feet, run thenee'North'l: of way of Umated
state Road I
80 degrees 4( 'minutes west for a ,. No. S15tr 'n sst to the West side as survey line Station
Range 22 E of 1
(2) Lots 56 and ,
'Road :No' 16 -
is Ud
440 feet for Section 34 degrees 32 minutes '
a cf t a point'585.4 feet 07 seconds Ea si t wfnt of
point : beginning "V
distance : run thence South r"ht of of continue thence
i beginning thenbe of 293.25 feet to an, iron 57 east. of State ,Road 200 ; 2iK of 1073.04 way the S. A. L. Rtil"py North 16
; Tun 220 southerly from the northeast feet to the north line of said I 89 degrees '
feet north corner 15 decrees
I mjnutes West along sai'* tfcpnee 29 minutes 36
stake thence run north 12 decrees NW t east of State Road ,:OO.i; S4t.SWV0 % SectIon run North akTis the West secopds East
along the fat'said Section 34 26 at point 2960.8!
-east right of way, a feet'eaSt- soUtherly boundary a distance of ,1"1' r>t the rtht 3017.11 feet to the
distance of (
30 minutes east for a of NWV4 all in Section 12 FliT of the S. A. L. beginning of a
thence south along aald railway ; 'Containing 3:9W acres iwre t>r less erly from the northwest corner Ofsaid 'S45:6 feet to iron *
right stake curve
thence 0 concave to- the
run feet
; thence
'.f 439.2 'feet to salt Iron stake at ,said Township g South Range 22 ,East run West to th> easterly having
Way : O feet. thence west to tktaatszdeot exclusive of existing road right ci* Section 26. South 15 decrees 42 ". '<5J a radius of
point 'of beginning, I) J State ttoad No. 13 right Containing 1.096 acres more or less distance of, X4102 feet to iron stake ."tp Jf nH northeasterly along
or lying west of and within :55 feet northeast corner aad EXCEPT, i way.OWNED > Y0. n. thence rim South said rune through
way aad"polnt of beginning ijlng BY? DL. Durban and his exclusive of existing road right of roB thence Nnrtb; ;,72 deTeen 41 1nn the Past an angle of 3 degrees 15
and being' ia Section of the suryey line of $tato Road 200 acres in the southeast corner west of wife LOts M. Durban minutes ( r side of the rieht offly minutes 47
lu, ToWllibJp"South. 6 I way. East a di!fanr> of 31S7opt : seconds a distance
Section of State of 326.31
2801(114)201( ) said survey State Road No. 13 and except 1 Road No. 13 to the feet to
East and containing : Graham Byrd sad : Abner Yarbrough more or -less to the north
aforesaid line
line being described as follows: acre laNW westerly w tot of beQinlng.lyine of said -Section 12 at a
corner ef Section 26
6 Beginning acres tawe or less, ALSO; Beginning on the south line of See TWP. 5 South, Range 22 East ((4), his gglSvtSs wife Mildred 'Byrd. I and his wife Edna Yarbrough, an in- boeorupetent of right of way of State easterly of and within 65 point 1366.59 feet easterly from the

at the northwest corner tion 3 Township 6 South, Rauge 22 Bight of Way "person. Road< No 200 run thence North 17 cot of thesun'er line nortwest -corner of said Section I!
of the Kft of the "ft of Lot of Sectioa 13, ,Township! That part of san No. .118 Bight .f of State Road .
: War
Section iv NWVi' of S\V4! Pf r East at,a point 1S90JS feet easterly 5 .:out Range '22 hast, lying ,(1) That of degrees 19 minutes East ,along said I Ion, Section 2801 (114) 201 said enrer Containing 0.664 acres more or less,
certain tract That part
22 East anll'run Township ( south Range from the southwest corner of said west of aad within 55 feet of the I land or parcel ofj ;"X of : of westerly< boundary thence North 17 y line being described as follows:: e xcluslve of existing road right of
south containing 1 and 22/100 SEK NW% of Section
a distance acres degrees 19 minutes
I East said I
,Section 3. said point being on the arc Beginning on the
line south
between line of
of .3t survey survey line station It Section way.OWNED
teft to a more or less lying In the S ofSWVi U. Township 5 South.
point of beginning Range SI,East westerly boundary
: BY
distance J.
of the easterly a 450 t 14, Townshin : L. Waters and his
a curve conc&yeto 26 -M>0 and the north tine tot > South, Ranpe
thence run east of SWJ4 )f Section 26 excepting therefrom
a distance Township 5 aU
of 318 that portion I feet to
feet point of wife Lois
beginning 22 East A. Waters.
radius of 5724,578 feet, SW of at a point 561.2
having .a % SE feet
"to-the' : % 'of said Section 34, .alW westerly
west right of line South. Range22 East Bradford of N% .of SW% of NW% lying West
way of State thence from .a tangent bearing of' between' lying (1) westerly. of 'and within L from the southeast corner of said I SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded
line Station
toad Ho. 13, thence rue southerly 40 survey I County, Florida described as follows pit old State ,Road No. IS sold to)11 9 feet of the survey line of State I Section 14 I n Book 38 at Page 442 in favor
the'' North 11 degrees 48 'Uibvutw seeenas :u+}a'1.U 'and:the north line of SE. run thence North 16 de of
along weat':right of way line of r : Theodore Cross, 5-acres tying along: Road 200 Section \. N.
Bast ,run northeasterly ,along U Of said Section 2801(114) 201 L In'ef's.3 minutes 07 seconds Yarbrough8RI .
34 and East t
said lying
State'Read No. 13, distance Of r Starting from southwest corner ef the east side pf old State Road '13 between the South line of parcel described 1347.83 No. 174 Bight ef
be4.'l'i \ sata curve through an asgle t.4 east of and within lit feet of the Section fret to the brmning of a Way
ihenee 26. and 5-acres
South Range lying along side of
run west a dis west above and Une Station That part of
survey :
degrees .26 minutes 28'i seconds a distance line ef curve concave to the
survey State westerly having
lance of 105 feet thence Road 200, Section 22 East and run .east along) section NEW State >Road .. 13 for
run North more 42 S--OOOO end '((2) | :
lying of; SofIit22andS'4of1zt4tn
westerly a radius of
of "4.n feet te the end. ef said 2801(114)101 said 301578 feet ran thence
a 'durtaune'Bf survey line) line 247 ,
7T7 feet'to the feet, thence -north 274 feet accurate descriptions
point of see public record and within 113 feet of Wrodlawn
curve, run thenee Won, 1$ degrees end said survey northeasterly, north and northwester in Section IS, Township
Mc :survey tie stations being described
llUnrK.'CCtPri; ; a point cf beginning said pomt Bradford County, Florida:: line Between
OS ,minutes '08 ,seconds ,East (093.31 follows survey line Station ly along said eurve through anleof Range 28 East
as an
Heglff at-the: sooth west corner of BU feet to the narth Urn of said Section Beginning on the: south line of 'SW8EU being the intewecuw'' of East rIght of also except the right of ways of Old 42S-I-00.00 and the -north line of[ | 12 degrees 19 minutes 20 seconds; lying (1) Westerly of and Within
ef '
NWVi of 8WK 'of Section 10() way of Old State KO&d No. 12 (north State Road No. 13. now State Road: parcel described 119
above feet of and
..TowiiahL'ottk I at' a point ill feet -easterly from 14' *)t of said Section 34 ,at side a distance 648,54 feet to the ear (2r Easterly of and
of '
.Range 23 East run &J present dirt road), then6l'tk I No. .13 the Seaboard Airline RaUwayand Beginning ton the south )me of r l line within 55 feet of the
east l> the northwest ,corner of NEU of satdSection k Ont 624.74 feet westerlv. from Of said Section 14, (west line of survey line of
3.U feet to idegBee: 30 minutes east Old Graded Road '
west right of way line long paralleling the Section 23 Township State Road
3 more 5 South. Itange Section 13 200, Section 2801 (114)
Containing 0.210 Ceres South
southeast Township 5
of of-SEI4 Range
> corner W4{ of ,
ef I .
State Koad east side of of of Seaboard
Jet thence right Oto Airline
in north- way Railway on the East: 22 'East
a : at a point 2960 feet easter 22 201, said
easceny .uirccnon ot'> tew, exclusive of existing roaa j said Section 34, Tun thence North StateRoad No.' -13 191 thence side. East, at a poInt 191637 feet survey being described
aiong said west feet ly from the southwest corner of said I as follows:
right>ef way line ,of 'State Road No. rlght t of way, 16 degrees 05 minutes 08 seconds east to west Tight -of way of New I lying westerly of an4 within 65 feel: Section 23 northerly from the southwest corner
OWNED BY; Joseph H. 'Cumber.r East 1289.41 feet to point run thence' North 16 degrees of said Section 13, thence from a Beginning on the south line of seetic'n -
a designated
351.0 '
-2. ,
reet. thence westerly 181.t Gura- No.' 13, 280 feet, thence 9f.tbe eent rllna of the west lane of 32 minutes 0?, seconds East L 12, Township 5
and wife Josephine A. tan&ent of South. Range
his bearing North 4
as line degrees
station :6I -OO
feet, tt.ncefcoutb 250.0 feet to point survey south 3! degrees 30 minutes west State Road 2W, Section 2801 (114) 4 74.80 feet 22 East
continue thence north 16 degrees i W to a point designated as 12 minutes 47 seconds East continue at a point 8.46 feet easterly
beginning and lying in atoag west of New State 201 said centerline described
southwest erSUBJECT being line Station from the
recordedin 1'lght'afi'ar survey 428-1-00.00, con southwest corner of said
TO Lease northerly
: minutes 08 seconds East 1237.15 feet along said curve throughan
eornvr of i)14 of 'NW Roaa No dirt;road 289 as follows
of SW% of : tinue thence North 16 degrees 32 i Section 12, run thence North 1 degree
Book 23 at page 333 in favor of tQ.a point designated lineStation angle of 6 degrees 11 minutes 55
Section as
10, lownship feet thence north 1 degrees weat Commence the south line of 8ee.tion
6 ? on
South, Range Freeman Register. Sr., and his wife 281-1-37.15 these minutes 07 seconds East 176.60 feet s seconds a distance of 326.24 feet to 59 minutes 08 seconds West 296.53
22 East tying (1) westerly continue along north Bide of dirt road lt' .%. Township 6 Sooth Range 22 i on the north line of said Section 23 feet to the beginning of
Alice Register, north 16 the end of said run thence North a curve concave
degrees 05 minutes 48
of seconds feet point ,
within 55 feet to 'of beginning, East at a point 32U5 feet'easter1 r '
(2) and OCCUWED BY: James M. Hill East 235.22 feet to the 'beginning at a point 561.2 feet westerly from 1 degree 59 minutes 08 seconds West to the easterly having a radius
lying easterly of ana within lying west of and within .55 feet from the southwest corner of said I, the northeast of Section of 5729.58
corner said feet run thence north
N off.. 3077.18 feet
8'0 J' JUfh& fa ti to 'the t It8 rvf concave easterly of the .
feet line
the centerllne of survey of State Road 200, Section U, run thence -North 31 do23, Section 13 at westerly, north and northeasterly
That of
point8.48 feet
part : having a radius of 76)9437 feet a easterly:
present State Read 200, Section 2801 South bCO feet Of SEU- of NW% run thence northeasterlysong.,,said Section 201(114)201 aid survey grees 07 minutes 08 seconds East t, Containing 071 acres-more or less, from the northwest corner of said along said curve through a total central

(114)21 saia eentertine. being as'loiiows: angle "Beginning cii the south line I'of Of west fen (. rlilK, said point 44
and West seconds a dIstance of 1847.92 feet
East Stale Road No. 13 Containing 0 037
of "f 15 degrees 02 minutes a acres more or less
.N ittgianug of ton the south line 'of the of S. A. E. Railway .la Sectioa 3. ff 2004.44 feet to the end dintane'I' Section 26, Township 5 South Range being the beginning of a curve concave OWNED BY: Albert Sappenfield. exclusive of existing road right of to the end of said curve, run th.ence
fc 22
AEJ4 cf East at 32645 feet '
Section a point tft'the radius
16. Town- Township 6 Scuth Range 22 East northwesterly having a and his wife Ruby -Sappenfield. North 16 degrees 29 minutes 36 sec
hip 6 South Range '22 fcast curve run thence North 31 degrees from the south west 'corner of bald ef 11,459.16 feet thence northeasterly way.'S
at a.JII..t .lying easterlyf and within 111 run SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recordedin ', onds East 3045.85 feet to the beginning
07 minutes
08 seconds East
J1X.W teet westerly trt/m the Section %6, run ,thence North 31 degrees along said curve. through afrUl Book 38 at of
feet of the survey line of State Road feet to the east line of said page 185 and Mortgage wife Florence Tanner. a curve concave to the east

wouuieasi comer of Xt" of N:U of ZOO, Section 2801(114)201) said eur34! ,- at va 'oint 505.4 'feet 8 07 minutes 08. seconds East central angle of 14 'degrees 35 I recorded in Book 39 at Page 465, in Situ >.. lea Eight ef Way erly having a radius of 5729.58 feet,
oaed .4tc4t1_ ik, 2'624.7S feet to the beginning of minutes 'U seconds distance of
run thence nortn 10nunuIra line being 'described as follows; ftem 1U'9'1 a a favor of Acme United Life Insurance That part of: ran thence northeasterly along said
V rey the northeast corner of
C1e&ree. 'i> curve .concave to the 2916,67 feet to end of said
09 northwesterly the
secttuds t1II4b.Ui Beginning ea tire south :line of -Section tion 14.ALSO. carve Company. Lot 21 of Woodlawa Subdivision curve through an angle of 3 degrees

'- \ feel tu the 'beginning 01 !a I, Township South Range 22 b.a\ -a..ra.diwi of 'l63 'Ut feet, run and i centerline of west lane, for purpose saD Ke. 159-&; J S7 Right ef Way according to plat recorded in Plat 15 minutes 47 seconds a distance ot

aryv eoncitve to the easterly having a thence northeasterly along said curve ot reference run theece .South That part of: Book 1 326.31 feet to the north line of said
East at a point 190.13 feet easterly A parcel of land In Section !q f., Page 1 of the public recordsof
'1W1U4 U ,JlUII.U feet run tnence 'rom the southwest corner of said Township A5 South, 'Range 22 East through an angle of degrees' 56 71 degrees 27' minutes 53 seconds East The N.iJof SEU of Section 14.I ,Bradford County, Florida in Section Section 12 at a point 13t>6.59 feet

northeasterly atong saw curye through minutes 49 seconds a dhltance'.of !i20 I feet; run thence North 16 .degreeaiLmlnut Township S South, Range '22 East, 11 easterly from the northwest corner of
the ,
are Township
Section 3, point being on as described abo\e, 5. South Rang< ,
a total cfentrai angle oX'iO degrees to -the" easterly 24.05 feet to the north.-line-of 'SWfei( 07 -secondsEast 980.37 lying. westerly cf :and within '119 22 East. said Section 12,

auaateN a distance of 753.49 feet ting ofW4 a eurve a radios concave of 579178 feet teet lying of the westerly centerline of of and the within west lane 06 5 I ot said Section 26, a.ta: point 676.4.4 feet' to the north line of said Section feet Of the survey line of 'State Road ,, lying westerly of and within 11::9 Containing 0.503 acres more or less,

,to the Mid1 of Bttiu curve run thence theace from a tangent bearIng Of Road :200 feet westerly from the northeast corner 26. at a point 2960.8 feet easterly: 00, Section '2801 (114) SOI.said survey feet of the survey line of State Roadzoe exclusive of existing road right of
State Section
2801(114)-( '
N rta ::>e degrees 6S'mmutes 09 secanas 38 ; ef SWft of saId '5et1'Qn 26, from the northwest corner of eaid line being described as follows: Secton 2801 > way.
ef North 11. degrees :JQ1 ea.ld centerline describes : (114) 201 said survey
Ease 4Itv.U'fett to the regaining minutes 40 ;seconds East Ton -northeasteWy follows, : being 1 IpttShnuv Containing '0.023 acres, more or Section 38.ALSO Beginning on the south line of line being described as follows::: OWNED BY: Agatha Dorothy Kid-

J. M eurve 'eouuave to the vveeterty ,- of'-- 'existIng------ .-road rIght- ; Section 14: Township 5 South Range ley Dmeen and her husband Frank
'along feakj curve throuth an Beginning,on the'south line of said wa -- Beginning on the south line of Seotlon ,
having a r&I11.It 6in>.6<& feet rua 8 ,. tying -easterlyof and to tbe_ west' 2? East at a point 561.2: feet westerly Umeen.
of 4 2< minutes { S 12, Township S South, Range 2",
angle degrees 26, point 336.85 feet .
aL '
ia OWNED BY: George J. Estes ad 6f line of the
w' nwrtatasieriy atong wild curve seconds a distance pf 444.10 'feet\ to easterly from the southwest ,corner lot L- rauvoad right way centertme from the southeast corner of saidSection East at a point 8.48 feet easterly from BUD no. 175-B Bight of Way

through 'a tvtal ceutnu angle of 2Uatgrcbs the end of said carve, run thence wife Bethoa M.' EStes i of -the-east lane of State Road 14, run thence North 16 degrees the southwest corner of said Section That part of:
saW Sectioa 26, thence North
4i 'lW ute vi second a dis- North It degrees 05 minutes 08 seeS! I degrees 07 minutes run 08 seconds .East m SUBJECT: TO; Mortgage recorded k 2 00, SectIon 2801 (114) 201, said centerltne -., 32 minutes 07 seconds East 12, Tun thence North 1 degree 5 S N% of N% of SW% of NW% of
tauce'of tuJa.U lest to the end said Book 48 at page 339 in favor of :being-described as follows: l U.8 'feet to the beginning! ofUO Section 12
oi rijda East 50 .3'l feet t( the north 066.09 feet to the point of Beginning J. a minutes 08 seconds West 296.52 fee: lownship 5 South, Range
', ran 'U1'' norm 10 Henry Kucera and. his wife Ester Commenee en the south line of Section 1 to the having 22 East,
degrees $91reet C concave westerly to the
tine of saM Section S at a jxjlnt o if west lane centerline and the beE. Kucera beginning a curve concavito
.iI mtnuies VI tbdUOflOkML 2jp.VJ 26, Township 5 South Range 22Ea a radius of 3015-78 feet run thencenortheasterly the lying (1) westerly of and within
the it
easterly from northwest corner ginnJngof ,a curve concave to the easterly having a radius C
f 'tcHbe: beginning tf a' curve con-: of NEtt of paid Section '3. westerly haviag radius of 11,459.16 MtD '.. 13914' Right ef Way !t at a point 326.85 feet easterly: north and northwesterly 6729.58 feet run thence northwesterly: 119 feet of and (2) easterly of and

to"tae'easterly having' radius ,Containing o,J85 acres more or less feet, run theaoe. northeasterly along That part of: from the southwest corner of said l along said curve through an angleof north and northeasterly along saidcurve within 55 feet of the survey line of

fef ,ii)9.k lent. run 'thence ''north I exclusive ot existing road right of said Commencing' the point where Section ;6. Tun thenee North 31 de11 -' 12 degrees 13 minutes 20 seconds through a total central State Road 200, Section 2s01 (114)
curve through total central
easteriy along said curve tiirough an a the 'south line! of Section 26. Township g rees 07 minutes 08 seconds East a distance of 48.64 feet to the east Of 18 degrees 28 minutes 44 angiis zUl, said survey line being described
angle of 14 I
35 minutes
.&lI,! uf-i aegreeB'SO: minutes 32 sec- way OWNED' BY: Angelo Hell 'and his seconds a distance degrees t>f 2916.51feet 011 I Ito 5 South Range 22 East lntersectir, 111987.3* feet to 'a point' run .thence, lute of said Section 14 (west line of a distance of bet to the enof
ou" a dutauue 'of' llu.W feet to tne 'wife .Mary Melt the >ead'of. said thence i the west line of the right way 8Oath :58 ttegcees 42 minutes 52 sec: Section 13, ,Township fi South, .Range: baid curve run thence A orth Iii Beginning on the south line of Section

north line of said Section 10, at 'apomt SaD K*. !OS-l07iM- Klght ef Way n ortb 16 Degrees 32 curve minutes, run n'sec-: of S. A. L RaIlway thence ru northerly ids East 64 feet to the Point of Beginning U East), at a point 1916.37 feet degrees 29 minutes 31i seconds East 12. Township a South, Range 22

1viwj3tet easterly from the I That part of: nds East 1239.58 feet to the beginning along the west line of-said Railway of east lane centerline, saidpoint l ,i northerly from the ,Southwest corner 3U4&.S5 feet to the beginning of a t**>t at a point 5.45 feet easterly

''northwest corner of 'said Section 10,I The north" .of NE44 of f the right of way for a distance tot r being the beginning ot a cune;I tf said Section 13, thence from a tangent I- curve ,1)llcato the taateiiy having trcm the southwest corner of said
t> a curve concave to easterly -
Containing ".au acres more or less, SWH that lies east t State Road of 420 feet to a point of beginning cost-are ''to the ,nuriiiwesterly having, I bearing of North 4 degrees 12 a radius of 5729.5s feet run theucnoruieaMerly section 12, run thence North 1 degree
havfcg radius S819.T1
'xciusive oi a feet thence run west to the east right of r l\a.\ radius of ll,459.1b teat thence from : a9
existing road right ofway. Section ::3 Township I minutes 41 -seconds East continue along Mid througl minutes 08 fceconUs West
No. eoo in ran thence said curve
along ,
northeasterly I way line of State Road 200 U. S.' North illegrees' ,
( a tangent bearing of northerly along said curve 'throughaa Z9t>.52 feet to the beginning of a
South, Range 22 East awe through :a total central angle an angle ot 3 degrees li minutes 4becoudd 7
uWNED BY: John A. Shadd Sr. 3 01) thence run southerly ,along the>07 mummies '08 seconos tast runriBortheasiertf of 6 miuuies curve to the
,I lying east of and within tit feet o t'3 tiegtees'56 minutes 03 seconds a I angle degrees it 9* a distance of 3Z6.1 feet I I 0 concave easterly having
aad 'Its wife AliWred".'Shaddbl east line of said State Road 200 for along said curve through, fcwonas distance of 5Zfl. et a radius of 5729.5k feet
ot line of State Road 260 i a n i to the northluie of said Section 12 ata run thence
the llstanoe
survey of 262.28 the ,
feet to end Of .
> It : I a distance of .240 feet thence Ton 11 total central of 14 degrees 3 a
io. ttigfet at May 2801(114)201.) said survey a angle cue end of said curve, run .tttenceorlb point feet from tiie northwe tei ly. north and northeabterlv -
Section said
curve and the of ,
1'hat Ut'of: 4urve easterly to said point of beginning; minutes 81 sec-ouds a distance CtciS..7 If 59 tainutes IMJn alone said through
Une being described as =follows: 'to the hav I A degree ua (1iI JWrUlwelit corner of tutu' Section 12.. curve a total
cBogiimnlngon concave westerly
tMBnuunt tt the northwest corner r the south Ime Of Section lying easterly of and Within 119 I H < feet to, the end of said tune %5t 301'{.is teet W the norm line oi 1.197 acres less c entrai angle of 18 degrees Z6 minutes
more or
of E ft oi *iW% of &W) of, Section 3, Township 6" South. Range 22 thence iig.a northeasterly radius of 3819.71 said feet, run feet oi the survey line of State Road I tana'''I' '-ast lane centerline, for purpose I at- Section 13, at a point *..4fte e4aLohy ae4uslve of exiatuig toad right of, 4 4 seconds a distance ot 1847.92 feet

10. Township 6 south Range 22 'Kasivaad I East at a point 1690.13 feet easterly! a of 262.28.feet along to the cunedistance end Z 110, Section 2801(114)201, said survey ,ut reterence rua theace north 73 ue-' t from the northwest _corner way. to the end of said curve, run thence

'rua booth: 'distance vf 62a'feet 'said line being 'described as "follows.' !g rEes.Zl minutes1 seconds West 22ffifcet Section 13 North 16 degrees 29 36
from the southwest corner ef if oi saia OWNED BY; J. S. Eunice, Jr. and minutes secinds -
o saidcurve and end pf said west '
thence rua Kast a distance of SU Section 'S,:said point betafe on the arc Beginning ,'oa the south Une'of' I 'run thence North 16 degrees 'as'i containing 2.1U9 .acres more CT lesi, his wile Fiancys lun ce. o East feet to the begin
lane centerllne thence for
feet to >a west Tight of line Of purposeof Section 26,Township 5 S9\tth, Hang* i minutes 07 Mieaus ba&t lOiJ.W feet: ning of a
way ot a curve concave to the easterly reference run south 73 degrees 27 exciiiMve 01 existing road ri&ht ft kltD 'o. 1.8; 1:1 Kicttt of Way curve cpncave to the easterly
said state toad itf, thence northerly radius of (729.578 feet 22 East at a potnt 326.85 feet easier P u> 'Uie north line of fcaid Section part 'of having a radius cf (729.58 feet,

'aionc 'road right of 'way a distance having thence from a a taneJlt bearing of thence minutes South 53 seconds East 2 feet run. ly from the southwest corner of said : a pomt 2960.8 feet easterly from I nay.uWNED BY: J. E. Wall aM his That poiucn ;of Lot 56, Woodlawnin run thence northeasterly along said

of S44.93 feet thence run west a distance nonh 11 degrees 38 minutes '4Q see0 2 .seconds West 16 degrees 775.42 feet 32 minutes to the bection 26, run thence. north 31 degrees [I the nurtawekt ,corner of said Section Wile, iiazel WalL I totetion 12, Township 5 South curve through an angle of 3 degrees

-of416: feet to the point of be onds East run northeasterly along line of -said 07 minutes 06 seconds East 6. ; bLjBur f lu: Mortgage 'recorded rtanl\e Z2, East, lying west of State 1 a minutes 47 seconds a distance of
north Section 26 at a
ginning. )'tCtt'T- said curve through an angle of 4 degrees pOint 29408 feet easterly from the 2624.73 feet to the beginning 'of ia I Containing 0.187 acres more or less, in booK 39 at Page 329 infavor 91 toad No. ZOO (formerly State Road 326.31 feet to the north line of said

K< gm corner 26 minutes 28 seconds a distaqce W. rt. Strickland and his wue, Rose ,"'. 13). ALSO: at a point 1366.59 feet
northwest of said Section 26
Ei ,of NWVi of MWW of Section '10 I of 444.10 'feet to the end of ALSO' corner ,. having radius of 7639.437 feet, runthence ") i ainckland.OUCLtfiKD. NE-U of bt\4, of SE% of Section easterly from the northwest corner

Township Ii' South,' Hange 22 Eut said curve. run thence North 11 degrees A,pueel; cf land in Sections, 12 andItTownship northwesterly) along said curve uvVNED BY: Steve Starling, Jr. an<: .BY; U. G., Staton ana 1 1. Township 5 South Itange 22 East of said Section 12.

run tiouih ;tIihe feet theace kai t 05 minutes 08 seconds gait r through an angle of 3 degrees -11 3-I k tsgifeVivIan ,:OOI. i his isue Ai rj a lihj described as Lot 20, Woodlawn Containing 0.506 acres more or lean,

US.i bet to rvreat right of way 1inof S 094.37 feet to the north line Of said$ as ,describe above j South, Range 22 East' minutes 49' seconds .a distance o. 154; lii Bight of Way a > .>. l..-a aunt vf Hay 11 Section 11 Township 5 South, exclusive of exibtiiig road right of
State -Koaa J o. *vO, thence In i a : 524.05 feet to the north line -of SW ihat part'tf: lhat part ,of: ii way-
22 East
Section 3 at a faint C91 feet easterly' lying,east ef and within 55 feet lane according to map of
aortheny direction ,along said welt i from the northwest corner of NE& aad west of' and within of said Section 26 at a point 676.42:, ittegm .tit Ute 1I811l east eonter ofriangular That frurtioD of Lot 40, Woodlawnin Woodlawn recorded in Public Records OWNED BY: Selma Eunice, Clara
119 feet of
right of 'Of : feet westerly from the northeast corner Lot 1 of Town of ,Lawtey, 11. Lane
sway line State Road NcIo. L of said Section 3, the line of Road 200 t section 13, Township e bcuth, if Bradford County, Florida and her husband, J. A.

:* 324.15 'feet thence West ' Containing 0.515 acres more or less, Secttoo survey. ,3801(114)201.( State. said ,' of SW& of said Section 26, ,&cwr..inK'o map .or- ylat thereof as Uange .22 ttoua. lying _. of Seabod.ruAirii&e 1)'lng'e erl'y of and within 119 Lane,, Ebie M. Green and her husband

fevt to point of beginning, and lying exclusive of existing road right of Ihte being described survey Containing 0.380 acres more'or less I.1 l1te same appear of record in the of- Kaiuuau and ease ot bUiteKodd f'eet of the survey line of State Road B. L. Green, Kuia. il. Bary and

-northwest eoraer of .bft of NV' as fellows: exclusive uf existing road right 0 lite'of ,the bit of Circuit'Court faraflford No. itiu (!ormer.y State lioaa VU. S ,tklZblll (114) 201 said her husband T. L. Bary, J. 1L
ay. Beginning oa the west line of Section ,
of SW% of Section 10, Township: t OWNED BY: Stanley A. Miller 13 Township South 22 way. 'County, Florida in :edBook l u). 'txiid lot id numbered according survey 'line being described as folCouunniug Eunice and his wife, Gertrude

oath, Itange 23 Jast t. I SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded East at. a point 1916.37 feet, 'Range OWNED BY: F. R. line and C, on Page '3 and run eonthtrly to nap 'of 'Woojiawn, which saia .Q't'II' Eunice, J. S. Eunice Jr. and his wife,

4yiug westerly of and within .55 I in Book 38 at page 49 in favor Of from the southwest comer northerLyI I his wife iiorrell Oarmdine. along the west edge of State 1nreet: map ia recorded upon the public re- .beginning' on the south line ofet4on Francys Eunice, 8 lma M. Norton

feet of the eenterUne of present First Federal Savings and Loan Association Section 1) said .point ]* SUBJECT. TO: Mortgage -"recordedinBock :"'Q feet to the northwest- corner ofState ores of Bradiottl County, Florida., : U, Township 5 South Range and her husband, Bradley A. Norfc n.
being on the ]
State Road 208.Section 27 at page 418 in favor of 'sad Jackson Streets thence ALSO sD he. iB 2t -K
: | ttight ef May
JSOl(1UUOl.i of Gainesville and mortgage arc of a curve,concave to the $ East at a point 8.48 feet easterly
said nteriine, 'being 'ILl Standard Oil r Company. westerly along'the north edge oi said Commencing the northwest That part of:
recorded In Book 39 at page 17i in ly'having a radius of 3015.57 feet at corn'er'of tom the southwekt corner of saidection
follows: favor of August Caaslato and his I thence 'Item MftD ,ll ttitht ef Way Jackson Street 1160 feet to the west- land Ju Lot 25 Section' II ,12.; ran thence North 1 degree Lot 7 and Lot 10 West of Road

Beginning on Ue eouth line of the wife Caroline, Caaslato north degrees L a tangent 12 bearingI That part'ef: 'line of -analiey running midway be-- To'nehU) 5 South Range 22 East, 59 .mmutes ,g seconds West Section 12, Township 5 South, Range

XKfcof NE'I; of Section Township A parcel 'of land in the southeast t wet Xfrove and Pine Streets, thence owned L. 22 East
*KD ,>e. Ii8it9t Bight' Way onds East new by S. Tanner and run 96.i2 fet to the beginning of a curve
northerly along saM I -
< South. Range [center of the NW% ef SWfc of SeclUen -, northerly.along the west edge cf said lying westerly of and
>t East at a point That part of: curve throng angle of ( north along the east side of ,State oaoave te the easterly having a within 119
219.IT teet from ,the south an degrees ) i., "Township S South Range 22. alley 460eet (9 the south line of said Road 13 feet of the line of Road
westerly 105 State
: BKVi ot 8W%. east of State Road L 11 minutes 55 seconds a distance ,ofj t i 'tO. feet, Jhence east tu radtus of 'iZU8 feet run thence survey

art corner of N V& of Ntife of said, 200, of Section t, Township 6 South, 126.24 ,feet to. the .end of said curve las]East follows and more particularly described'I triangular Lot 1, thence easterly a-: the right of way of S. A. L. Railway, northwesterly, north and northeasterly 200, Section: 2801 (114) 201, said survey

tot-Uon 16, run thence north 10 degrees Range 22 East, : loog the .south line Qf eaid.Lot -1, 1160 th.aceIouth 'alOng the west side ot qiong said curve through total line being described as follows:
central -
North minutes a
1 degree 59
49 miaqtea. ,0 cei-wid East lying easterly of and within 119 run 't thence* seconds West 3077.18 feet to Begin at Ihe southeast corner .oi ,f eet ,to .point of .beglail iug. abo dint he said ngbt of way tf the said S.- angle of 18 degrees 28 minutes Beginning on the south line of Section

1028.06 feet to the of the NWK of SW% ot Section ,1f L Banal lot 1 of the Town of. ,Lawtey,, A. L. 12, Township 5 22
beginning a feet of the survey,Use of State Road L the north tine of said Section .13 t Railway to the northeast earner 44 Mccuds a distance of 1847.92 feet South. Range

curve eont*ve to the eauterly baviag; %1, Section 2801(114)201, said survey (south line of Section 12. Township Township 5 Couth, RaBge 22 Bu p:, according to f1RP'w plat thereof aaeasae I pf land now owned ,by L., S. Tan- to the end of said curve run thence East at a point S.48 feet easterly

a radius ,of 1141.19 feet. run 'thence tine 'belnc described as follows: thence run north 0 ,degrees} min- appears of record ,in the officeof I aer, thence west along the north line North 16 degrees 29 minutes 36 from the southwest corner of said
5 South. Range 22 East), at a
northeasterly along said curie through Beginning on the south ;!tine of r 8.48 feet easterly from the pointt tlof utes west tor 152.4 feet to' east -un 0 the Clerk of Circuit Court of[now ,owaed by L. 8. Tanner to the East 3045.85 feet to the beginning Section 12, run thence North 1 degree
a total central of 20 right of way of State Road ,No. BradfordCounty, Florida 'in' DeedBaok I 59 minutes 08
angle degrees Section 3, Township I Soqth Range, o1.sid.Secton 12 thence ipcint of beginning, said land lying of a curve concave to the easterly seconds West
64 niiuutee a distance of T52.49 feet i 22 East at a point 1690.13 feet'easterly corner 200, thence run south 32 degree .7 'Co Page S except the portion 'of and Mng in the southwest portion having a radius of 5729.58 feet 296.52 feet to the beginning of a
North J degreeS .minutes 08 seconds '
to the end ,of said eurve. nm theace' from tbe southwest corner of saidteetion L West 96.52 ,feet the !mroutea west along said east right> said 'diagcnal Lbt 1. lying directly ,-of Lot '2 i. Township fi South,' Range run thenee northeasterly along said curve concave to the easterly having

north SO: degrees 13 'minutes 09 econda I, saM point 'being on the arc of | te to the beginning of way Une of State Road No. .200) south ef and adjoining the KEM of 22 East \\eodlawn as Mapped and curve through an angle of 3 degrees a radius of 5729.58 feet, run thence
a curve ooacave easterly
East 240.14 the beginning for ,180.6 feet thenee .run north 89 MW>4 :Section .23, 'Township '6 South the northwesterly, north and northeasterly
feet to of a curve concave to the easterly of platted upon public records. of 15 minutes 47 seconds a distance of
haviag a radius (739.58 feet .
of a uirve concave' to tbe weal t. having a. radius of $72,9.578v'feel ran -thence jterth and northeasterly-1,degrees. -40 minvtes east for n.. itetto Rang 22 East *feo the SH of !4)WI Bradford County }Florida 326.31 feet to the north line of said along said curve through a total

eriy trlg a radivs of S729.1T8 feet thence from a tangent bearing of along said thrown an angle \ the point of beginning, : of NH% of Section S, Township, \i lying easteny of and within 55 Section 12 at a point 136659 feet central angle of 18 degrees 28 minutes

ua thc northeasterly atangaald North 11 degrees 38 miuotes 4Q Leo. curve mfauttee-44 lylag easterly of 'and wtthm lit SoQth.."Range .22 East, feet of the survey line of'State Road easterly from the northwest 44 seconds a distance of 1847.92 feet
ef18 /degree 28 seconds cornerof
curve through a total central angle lIf. oiids East run northeasterly along a-dntance/ of ,1847.92 feet to the endf feet of the survey line Of State Road lying .(1) westerly ef. and within 21R fOil, Section 2801 (111), 201, said ur-' said Section 12, to the end of said curve, run thence
.2. I 200 Section 9801 (114) 201--said survey : feet,and (2) lying easterly' and line North 16 degrees 29 mInutes
degrees 4S minutes e1 eeceada a said curve through 'an angle of 4 1 said theaee North 16 .vey being described as follows: Containing 1.161 acres more or less, 36 seconds
distance.of feet the end I u"erun: line being described as follows.:: tbe westerly right of way tine of pre- East 3045.85 feet to the
2076.90 the line
to degrees,26-minutes .28 seconds a .distance degrees 29 mtnutes 30 iseeWs Eastt5.15 Beginning on south 'of exclusive of existing road right of beginning
of said curve run tkeaee ,North 10- Qf 44-1 feetto the end of t Beginning on the south;line
degree f8 ,BUmtes .0$ seconds East'.s19 said curve. run thence north :-U de- cur* ooneave feet to- to the the;beginning' outfceasterir4 ot a 1 tlc,* H. Township' 5, South, Range 7 2 the 'west lane of State Road 200; tt East at a point 561.2 feet westerly way.OWNED BY: Isabel E. Baeco erly having a radius of 572958 feet,

( Mt U> the x toalnjr of a 06 .minutes ,08 .aecoads East : Ba t mt. potat sz'sisfeet' easterly Section 2801 (114) :n.' saU weat from the southeast corner of saidSection SUBJECT TO: Mortgage recorded run thence northeasterly along said
frees having: Tadros If b12Sfeet: ran .
curve concave te the easterly ,having' 54M47 feet to the,north Une 4f said thence northeasterly catt from -the southwest corner" Of said lana, .oenterline. being described as 14, run thence North 46 degrees in Book 37 at Page 455 in favor of, carve through an angle of 3 degrees

a .radii* of IU9.i j feet .run thence Section a, at a Point (H feet easterly ah ot S along 15 curvethrough wtofctes section. 26, ran thence. .orth 31 degrees follows 32 minutes 07 seconds East Mary Sacco 15 minutes 47 seconds a distance
northeasterly through j angte degree 07 ,minute '8 second Gooiaunclog en the south' line of 1347.83 feet 336.31 feet to the northllne of said
along said curve : I rent the aerthweet coieer of J4BH I 47 Seconds of'326.31: Eaa to the beginning of a SliD >.. lit Right of Way
an.angleof degrees* 20 minutes of said Section t, a said 2624.73 feet to the ..beginning $e"Uoa 2VXWnip'5 SouthRange curie -.coacan te the westerly having: That part of: Section 12 at a point 136659 feet
Ito I feet to Use Section
cecoitds a distance f 51.90 feet ,Containing '.IIa acres jnore or leas 13 at a the point"north I3CTS9 of feet _easterly cnrve concave to the. nqrtbwesrociLfl 2| Bart,at a point 5&40J feet eute..J1trom r ] a radius "of 3015.78 feet run ,thence: S& of NW%' of SW% known alLot I easterly from the northwest corner cf

the north line el said ecU.n ,18, at exclusive Df .existing Toad right of from the ef aid having a radios pf ? the southwest eoratr of .aaid6eetioo northeasterly, .crth and northwester 41 .in Woodlawn as same is plat- said Section 12

a. point .& feet easterly from the .y. -. : Sectto .U.norttrw comer thence northeasterly afong aid cuP e 12 J-run ,thence North 16' de- ly .along-said curve through an angle ted in Current Public Records of Containing 2.863 acres more or less,

northwest corner, of said Section It, OWNED- -BY: T. J. Alderman and Containing_ '3.439. a : mor* or_ hrqugh an auglp of, gdegrpea 5 mhIs grees 82 minutes 0? seeends East of 'degrees 19 minutes 2$ seconds I Bradford County, Florida in Section L exclusive of existing road right cf

Containing O.W74 acres wore or less Ms wife Effie Alderman "/ XXM. acres utes n seconds a distaneeuif 1247.65 feet t* a potet. -ns thence a distance of 8+8.54 feet to the east: Township S South. Range 22 East

exclusive: .t "UUng j ad right of Silversteln.BTJ bra exclusive existing .road rightof feet tP the north. Una of SW& of said North 73 degrees 27 minutes .53 wee.1JIJI line ef,said Section 14 (west line of i Also; way.OWNED BY: Miles J. W. Weaver

*,.. m Ylctt- .r Way- 'ay. Section n. at, a ,point 676X2,- feiDf West:2-feet to the pomt" of be- Section -13, Township" 5 South, Range The East half of northeast quarterof and his wife, Mamie C. Weaver.

t way.OWNED BY: Jaable Magyarl and That -part of: OWNED BY; -JUyonter Incorporated westerly from the northeast ginning 6f "M ,west lane -centerlineI{ 22 East). at a -point 1914.37 feet: the southeast quarter of Section SUBJECT TO: Judgment recorded

her htub ndJohn Magyar! Jr. A parcel of 'lana m the 'SEH! of laD- oX.. .UJIItJUI- rf-JUs-ht .* War SW K ot. aU Section |6Containing > said 'point:being the bt .* i northerlyfrom the southwest corner Eleven Township Five, South Range I It t fn Book 29at Page 171. In favor

SBP -1\e, *3RLkt W Way ;', .of Section, :Tewnship t South L That : CUII'acA8 rare or leaPt curve codcave'to the Westerly fcaring of E M-Section 13, thence from a I Twenty-two Earl of William A. Sneliing and his wife,
That part of: Range 22 East. Bradford County part :: exclusive of existing read right a'radfua of:n 5UI I etthereron a tangent beating ,of North 4 degrees I lying (1) westerly of and within L Evelyn '1' Sneliing.SRD .

.AJI..that certain' vortloa of-th B14 'and ,.That 'portion-of-ine SBJ4 of NW way. i tangent beai-itig of North 18 degrees It mInutes 47 'seconds test cflSnlnue II *.. ITS BfcM of War
PkIri Vontamtns 1 !- 3 29 feet and (2) easterly of and withIn -
1 FEli .Jying out f State Road ,
M SW% of Section : ) OWNED BTt- Evelyn N. Whelan.fiBD Jt minutes OJ.Eeconda East rin northeasterly said That part of:
Township 4 ? northerly klong ),
curve through
hundredths (1.54) acres aid being I 55 feet of the line
No.: 13. u r 140, also U.: .& Highway} : 'S'e., survey of A of land C2C
141 Ki ** cf trip feet wide
> War .
&. Range 2} Cut. wWcfc 16M westof .Ttiogns enld iuirv an angle of f C gre8 11 rainmes Ii
'rt.tT dee cibe4 at' tQ1- Rra t %00. Section 2801 (114) 201,
301 and WH of SWH of NEIi..r8E4 ,' north and south
highway No. 1J ,U> Bralford \ That part ef: : total central .angle Of 4 degrees 12 seconds a dfetanee of 32f.24 feet to said line lying between
lows described
ty ,FlerfcU.. EXCEPT. Dw1I I Commence: at the southeast. corner of Lectjqn34, Township That jwruoa at Sli of SHH I of minutes .56 seconds A distance "t.un the end of said curve run thence follows survey: being as State Road No. 13 and right of way
5 8 nrth. Raise 'J East of Seaboard Airline Railroad the
< lying
Commence t soncreto -iWU lying west feaboard Airtlne ,feet 'to-the end .f aid curve, North 59
meamnent degree minutes 08) seconds
ofof creteloed Be tos I for Beginning on the south line of r
.( '
-ef 814 of NEV4 of SW% of
feettof Section
easterly and within 119. 1.
poinh Railway, ef Sertlon 26 Towirthft SSoota. ,
let at -ftorthaett comer of SEVi% I and the begmning t t a curve West 3977.18 feet |o the north line
tad 12
beginning run thence Township 5 South RUle South
the nrvey Une or.StAte Raaa 20*, ecncsvf Township Range 23 Kast,
of SW% of .' to the of sail >
Strtkn eaeUrly. havinf a Section
Township I
2 degteea .an4 S .mlaijtes west along 8e ttBii tlI4)201. atd Use JJ at a point :.48 22 East at a point 8.48 feet easterly lyingeasterly of and within 55' fet
South. Range, 21 ..Baet tb nce run survey 'lying weetefiyof a f witting feet 11459.1ft feet, .ron thenee northeasterf feet easterly fromnthe northwest corner the
tha easterly boundary of, said ,See* described msJoUoM frorn southwest corner of said I of the surrey Une of State Road
: betas
South 38 4 cr M SI mJaHtea east : rt-tfce' nteriJueiof'ft(,t wtt laKe' pf '\ ** g seW iurve-|hpD gli .a total .ot said.& eti QD 13, -- Section
ardfetance > f 4t7 12. run thence North 1 degree 200, Section 2801 (114) 201, said
Wtti Bettnnmg tt* wont iiiM ot 8wUatt :
fettothif State' H ad wa, gection tttjl IL '
for a distance of S ( 6) cwttrat. pf lidegreu11-mlsstg s t
O.1/eet to an Iron oikety bfiuadsj of 'COntaiJii 0.124 aerea tA 34. &
washp ::Itaaftt RIRast
stake for a liMa.of i : fet satd enterHne! tetng qqxncxA.w 56 seconds a distance '843.11 feet I exclusive of
egtealnf, thence existing eight 01.ay. fows
(way of s, traded county road: run at Jefd feet to the beginning ef a :
run South 7* 'degrees,U mlnutee-east -a pMnt 4S4.T4 feet wentrrty follows: p Ce :tketot said curve and end of _
Y to the having on the south line of
thence S ) .
for a distance: of 3IL2 feet to an .t, tsaUl outttsrtr buuadary from' the southeast- Corner ef ?'W% 'Commence rathe, sontb Une of Section I I said west lane ceateriiae. for purpose | OWNED BY; Claud-B. 1Il a radius of 6729X8 feet nix thence Section 1. Township S South. Kange

c t S1% { -igaa Section If, TIm 26, Township -5 Soath.'Ranie. t24:<; Ermt .. 't .'l1. 2 71 1 and his wife, Ruby Barbour. northwesterly, north and northeast (Continued oa next page)

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22 East at a point 1266.59 .1 I -- -
feet east.erly Section line dividing Section I.1 wife Ida
aid from the southwest corner of Township 5 South Range 22 East SUBJECT TO: Mortgage Griffin.recorded described Township 5 South.follows Range 22 East,i I ed In Book 3 at Page 442 in favor Containing 0.667 acres more or1 I::0 f a lateral ditch survey line, said Point of Beginning of said ditch

Section 1. sid point being on and Section 4 South in Book < at Page 377. by Commence 8 the I of A. N. Yarbrough less exclusive of existing road ditch survey line being described survey line, run thence South 16
on line
the arc of a curve concave to the Range 22 East and rid of &RU >. Berew Pit right of way. follows
west of State Charley E. Johns, Section 26. Township 5 : as : degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds West

feet easterly having a radius of 6729.48 Road No. ZOO and being in Section SaD Ao. 1l| rSSi S8!)| 290 Range 22 East at a point South 226.85 BORROW DRAIN LEF OF OWNED BT: Angelo Mel and Commence on the south line of 8 6.6 feet, run thence South 14 de-

: thence from a tangent bearing 1. Township .5 South, Range 22 Borrow Pit feet easterly from the southwest STATION 118-1-94.87' ( his wife Mary Meli SSL'L"JECT 14. Township 5 South g rees 58 minutes 07 seconds West

of North 19 degrees 45 minutes East, BORROW PIT >0. 2. AND HAIL corner esaid Section %6. run I That part of: TO: Interest If any of Range 22 East at a point 561.2 feet 56.89 feet, run thence South 7?
22 seconds East I of SW%! of
run northeasterly lying westerly of and within 119 ROAD LEFT OF STATION thence North 31 degrees 07 min. SE' NE'4 of Sec Jack Hodge and his wife Elizaw' from the southeast corner degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds West

along said cure through an angle feet of the survey line of stateRoad -!-.- ute 08 seconds East 2634.73 feet ton Township 6 Souths Kange beth Hodge. of said Section 14, run thence North 620 feet, run thence North 73 degrees -

of,3 degrees 16 mlnute 13 seconds 200 Section .2401 (114) 201, That part of: tc the beginning of a curve con. East. SRI So 25.1 Dnl.If Easement 16 degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds 55 minutes 53 seconds west

a distance of 33. feet to the end said survey line being described a SE% of NW% of NBtt of Section L cave to the northwesterly having a: ling the each Porrow side of and within 10 LATER DITCH LEFT OF East 1347.83 feet (to the beginning 480 feet to the Point of Beginning
said run thence North : 16, Township 6 South, Range radius of 7639.437 feet, run thence pit Drain survey STATION = --: .: of a curve concave to the westerly of the parcel of land hereinafter
% line said '
degrees 41 minutes 36 drain
2 seconds Beginning on the south line of East, described as follows: northeasterly alongsaid curve survey line That part of> having a radius of 3015.57 feet, described, run thence North 66 degrees

Eat 5491 feet to the north line Section 1, Township 5 South. Range Commence on the east line of an angle of 9 degrees being described as follows: SW% of SEU (West of State run thence northeasterly and north 11 minutes 53 seconds West

1. at a point 1477.54 22 East at a point 13M.5! feet Section 16. Township 6 Kange minutes 56 a distance % Commence on the east line of Road %00), of Section 34. Township along said curve through an angle 148.55 feet, run thence North 7$
:outh. Section 16
'feet westerly Jrom the 'northeast'corner easterly from the southwest 'corner 22 East at a pornt feet 1253.20 feet, sfcone South 89 Township 6 South 5 South. Range 22 East. of 13 degrees 47 minutes V9 seconds degrees 55 minTrtes 53 seconds West

of said Section 1. of acid Section 1, raid point being southerly from the northeast corner degrees 29 minutes 12 seconds West Range 22 East at a point Z64. 2 ling ((1) left of and within 30 a distance of 725.57 feet to the 33 feet more or less to the west

Containing 0.28) acres more or on the arc of a curve concaveto of said Section 16. said point: 14S7.4 feet run thence North degrees feet southerly from the northeast and (2) right of and with Point of Beginning of said ditch property line of parent tract run
less, exclusive of existing road the easterly having a radius of being on the arc of a 20 minutes 12 seconds 1 corner said Section 16, said in 20 feet of a lateral ditch survey survey line run thence South SI thence southeasterly along said

right of way.OWNEDBr. 5729.3tfeet. thence from a tangent cave to the southeast c.t"In.having a 735 feet. run thence South !tat point being to the on the arc of a curve line, said ditch survey line being degrees 15 minutes 02 seconds East west property line 22 feet more or

: R. L. Prucot. bearing of North 19 degrees 45 radius of 5729.578 feet thence from gree:19: minutes 12 seconds West concave radius of 5729.578 southeast having a described as follows: 30 feet, run thence North 88 degrees l less to a point 170 feet North 75

saD N*. 180-R RUM Way minutes %econds East run northeasterly a tangent bearing of South 19 degrees -, feet to the Point of Beginningof from a feet, thence' Commence on the south line of 24 minutes 58 seconds East 153 degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds West

That part of: alonl said curve throughan 5* minutes 44 seconds West; Borrow Pit No.6, run thence 19 tangent bearing of South Section 34. Township 5 South. feet to the end of said ditch survey from the Point of Beginning, run

Commence on east side of State anne degree 59 minutes run southwesterly along said t 20 minute 12 seconds delree SS minutes 4 seconds 11 I Range 22 East at a point 691 feet line, thence South 73 degrees U3 minuter

Road No. 13 where the middle line 13 seconds(I 4i< ance of 393.69 I I through an angle of 9 curvet t East 450 feet, run thence run southwesterly along said 11 t easterly from the southwest corner Containing 0.028 acres more or 53 seconds East 170 feet more or

running east and 'et crosses said tn the end of paid curve. run fee minutes 35 seconds a distance of South 89 degrees 39 minutes 12 curve through an angle of 9 d.e- of the SEt 4 of said Section 34. l less, exclusive of existing road less to the Point of Beginning

road and run North 365 feet: thencerun North ?S d."r_-. 4t minutes 36 eec- 915.97 feet to the end of Raid curve, seconds West 450 feet run thenceSouth aires 09 minutes 35 seconds a 11 run thence North 16 degrees 05 right of way.OWNED Containing in aggregate 2.245
distance of
east to right of way of Sea- nude Eat feet to the North I i I) run thence South 10 degrees 49' 16 degrees minutes 12 of said 91.3 feet to tbe end 11 I minutes 08 seconds East 110.63feet BT: Claude B. Barbour acres more or less.

'board Airline Railway.approximate- lin_ of S91.7 1. at a point minute C9 seconds West 2K2.52 seconds Wist 450 feet, run thence thence South 10 11 t to the Point of Beginning of and his tfife Ruby Barbour. OWNED BT: Rayonier, Incorporated. -
ly.1JOO feet: thence south along the I I North 89 degrees 39 minutes 12 degrees 49 minutes 09 seconds West: said ditch line .
1477.24 feet westerly from the, run thence South 8S degrees I seconds 1601.55 survey run thence Sun N'o. 2 ss Drainage Eaaement
raid right of way .of Seaboard Airline northeast corner of said Section 1.I i' feet; 09 seconds West 14.41' ,East 450 feet to the Point .of feet, run thence Mouth 88 I North 73 degrees 54 minutes 53 seconds LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STATION SliD N'o. 292 Rich of Way

Railway 365 feet: thence run Contalnlnl acre' more or: run thence North 01 I Beginning of Borrow Pit No. I, deere S3 minutes 09 seconds west West 74.1 feet. run thence 481--SI.9O That part of:

west1200 feet to point of begin !-.. p clu'lv 0.17 existing road i l 46 minutes 51 seconds West feet: ALSO; ,** | 1279.75 feet run thence South 02!I North 71 degrees 39 minutes i>2t1 That part of: Start at the NE corner of the

,Ring and being in Section I, Town rl,ht nf way. to the Point of Beginning 6i Borrow A parcel cf land for Borrow Pit 20 degrees 13 minutes 51 seconds Kast t seconds West 625.9 feet to the endof Lot 21 of Section 11. Township 5South. NWK of SW>4 of SWU! of Section
.hip ft South, Range East I I feet, run thence North 87 said ditch Township 5 south Range 22
% OWNED RY: M. and Pit No. 2. run thence South L Haul Road. 46 de. survey line. Range 22 East in Woodlawn 26.
1 Prescot grees
ALSO: h. wife, Viola dpgrll 56 minutes 09 seconds p lying northerly of and within 20 85 feet to minutes the 09 sprondtast Containing 0.700 acres more or Subdivision as recorded in Plat East, run south 719 fet to U. b.

Commence at a point on the east nno.. 1*' nigat of Way 500 feet run thence North I fet of a line described as follows: of drain Point of less exclusive of existing'. road Book 1. page 1 of the public records Road 301, thence south along said
ride of State Road No. 13 where survey line, run | right of road 150 feet for a point of beginning
Thtt part of: 01 4$ minutes 51 seconds I Begin at the southeast corner ofBorrow thente
of Bradford
deg..s North 11 County, Florida.
the middle line of Section 1. Township Lot No. 3 feet Pit No. degrees 34 minute 51[L [ OWNED BY: Rayonier, Incorp11 tHence south 61 feet thence
in NEI4 of Section 1, run thence North I 6. as described above, seconds West 600 lying each side of and within 30
5 South. Range 23 East, crosses II feet the orated. west 279 feet to Old State Road 13.
end I
5 South. *7 56 run thence North
Range 22 minutes 09 seconds I 83 degreejs 39 minutes
Township del'-e of drain feet of a lateral ditch survey line
said for a point of beginning 181 O() feet 12 I survey lne. hUll N'o. 25S| 250 t thence in a northern direction alongRoad
roa. Iving o Section line I run thence South I seconds East 80 feet to the Containing .% said ditch survey line being described -
point of bl2lnnlnl east of State Road No. 200.Ivlnf "1 degrees 44 minutes 51 seconds I end'of Haul Road, I less exclusive more or Or.I..I. Eauement as follows: 13, 100 feet, thence in a eastern

'run south along the eat Ilde e" erlv of and within 55 East 600 feet to the point of Beginning ALSO: "*M : of existing county JI.\TF.R DITCH LEFT OF STi- direction to point of beginning
road right of Commence on the south line of >
''the rlrht of way of said Road No way. I being in the SWU of S\V 4 of Section -
fAet o' the survey line of tateRnae Of Borrow Pit No. 2. A parcel Of land for Borrow Pit TIO400i.10.30!
BT Section 12 Township 5 South
13, 100 feet thence run east approximatelY 200. Section 2X01 (114) %01. ALSO: Drain. OWED : Charles K. Knight L That part of: 26, Township S South, Range
S2 East
>of right-of way 1200 of'S.A.I.feet to went lUilwav.t Bide 1. survey line being described as t Haul A p.reel of land for Borrow fit L lying each side of and within 10 SRD No.wie.ta Borrow Sarah Knight Begin Lot at 1 the of Town SE corner of of Triangular 8.48 Range feet east from at the a south point or 22 less East; ,the containing north line one of acre this more acres

thence north and parallel with said I follows: Road. fet of the Pit Drain survey line said BORROW PIT XO. I, hALL Lwtey. according west corner of said Section i not a straight line, being off set
S.A.L. Railway, approximately Hoofed [ PflnnlnP on the south line ff lying west of.and within 20 feet t survey line being described as follows AND DRAIN- ROAD the to map or Dial 5 South of a line described same appears of record in the
Range' as'follows: : LEFT OF minutes 08 seconds West 296.52
thence STATION line would be and is marked by
run west aTProJlmlte.lY 22 at a point 1366.59 feet easterly Beginning at the southeast : 116-1-94.97: office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
1200 feet to right of way Ea.t eon Begin at the northeast corner of PART) of Bradford feet to the beginning of a curve Iron stakes
from the southwest corner of per rf Borrow Pit No. aq Borrow Pit No. 6 described above, That part of: County Florida in concave to the southeasterly having
Road No. 13. the point of begin dtrb' a Deed Book lying west of and with In 55 feet
ning. eid Section 1, said point being on I I ed above, run thence South run thence North 61 degrees 20 minutes NEi! of NW% of SE' of Section C, on Page 3 and run a radius of 5729.58 feet run thence of the line of State Road 209.

the arc of I curve concave to the crees 46 minutes 51 seconds Kast I 12 seconds East 80 16, ( South. Southerly along the west edge or northerly along said curve through survey
55 feet run Township
of and within
lying easterly radius of I 57 feet to the end of Haul feet Range Z: State Street 860 feet to the NW Section 2801 (114) 201, said survey
a Road
easterly havlnl 57'.51 I North 16 degrees 20 East described as'Jollows an angle of 3 degrees 05 minutes
line of State Koad
of the tntnc : l
survey miute corner of State and Jackson Streets, line being described as follows:
feet from a tangent Containing acres
th"nel more or seconds East 520 Commence on the 08 seconds a distance of 308.56
%00. Section 2801 (114) %01. said 6.91 feet to east line
of thence Beginning the south line of Sec-
lea. westerly along the on
Ing of North 19 degrees minutes I of Section 16 north feet to the Point of Beginning of
survey tine being described A follows tl eeconJs East 4 OW.VED BY Bradford Furniture said Pit drain survey line, Township 6 soutH edge Of said Jackeon Street 1160 linn f5. TownKhln 5 &>uth. Range
: f.n northeastErly ; Containing acres more or less, Range 23 Fast at a point % I feet said ditch survey line, run thence 22 East
the nouth line of along said curve through an angle Corporation.SUBJECT. ALSO; .84 feet southerly from the 6.02 to the West line of an alley North 88 degrees 54 minutes 00 seconds -, at a point 326.85 feet easterly
beginning on from the southwest of
of 3 desrees 56 mInutes" 13 seconds TO: Mortgage recorded corner of said nortbeat running midway between Grove and West 300 feet to the end of corner
5 South. Range BORROW PIT N'O. AND DRAIN Section
section 1. Township said Pine said Section 26
thence North 31
I 1. Streets thence run
In Rook northerly
40 at Page in along
distance of favorof
feet to said ditch
a LEFT point being on the survey Containing
22 East at a point 13S6.59 feet 3'3.6 S. L. and OF STATOS 41I2.That arc of curve the west edge of said allY 860 feet degrees 07 minutes 08 seconds East
; the end of said curve, run thtnteNorth s. Mortgage recorded concave to the southeast 0.2(9 acres more or less exclusive
easterly from the southwest corner 23 degree 41 minutes 3S I I In Pook 6 at Page 310 held I par of: a radius of 5729.578 having' to the south line of said triangular of existing road right of way. 634.73 feet to the beginning of a>

''of said Section I, said point beingon Pllnndl Eat 5490.73 feet to the I i hv Bank of Palm Beach and Trust 14"' SEW. of JTEU of Seton from a tangent bearing feet of thence Lot 1, thence easterly along the OWNED BT: J. S. Eunice, Jr. curve concave to the northwesterly
the arc of a curve concave to: Company and Township 5 South. South south line of said Lot 1, 1160 teet having radius of 7639-437 feet
or north lln. said Section 1. at a Mortgage rEcordEd i East described follows 19 degree 58 44 I and his wife Francys Eunice. a run
'th' easterly having a radius point 1477.24 feet westerly from I In Book 6 at Page 335 in favor of 'as run minute ainnn.seconds. to the point of beginning. also SRD Xo. 2891 170Drai.agr I''thence northeasterly along said curve
'5729.58 feet thence from a tan- Arnold Commence on the north line of -' o"i I diagonal Lot 1 of the Town of Law
; the northeast corner of said Sec- Construction Company. curve through < through an angle of 3 degrees 55 minutes
Cnnfinn 11_ Qn L Don aagle of 9 Easement
'hearln of North 19 degrees Tnu"hln "+ de

'Ient. tlon- J. I Hn \n. ins Rnrr w Pit .. grees 09 35 tel according to map or plat LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STATION 49 seconds a distance of 524.05

45 minutes 23 seconds .tat run, Containing 0.113 acres more. or BORROW PIT PRAIV LEFT OF, 22 East at a point 8.48 ft east from distance of 915.97 feet to seconds tbe a i as same appears of record 534-1-49.60 feet to the north line of SWU of said

northeasterly along curvethrough i 1 le.. .erchisiye of existing road ".tTION 200-1-73.13! the northwest corner of said Seton of said curve, run thence end in the office of the Clerk of Circuit That part of: Section 26 at a point 676.42 feet westerly
56tnlnntei South
an angle of 3 degrees r lf... of WaT.nWNFD That part of: 13. run thence South 1 degree 10 49 Court of Pradford County Lot 7 of Woodlawn Subdivision from the northeast corner ofSW',4
seconds a distance 0 1 SW" of RW1nf utes 08 seconds East a distance of degrfe minute O! seconds, Florida In Deed Book C. 3,.
1 BT: Mavbelle Norman Section 3. \'Ist 1601.55 run page as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page of said Section 26,
S93.C9 to North the end of Mid cure I 810 hfr Albert Norman. Townphlp 6 South-Range 22 Kast. 1351.23 feet run thence North SI degrees South 88 degrees 22 minutes thence 09 except the portion of said dlagonal -i 1 In Section 12, Township 5 South Containing 305 square feet more or

ton thence % d"crff :: ,. 1 $-R Rlg.t .f Way blnr each side of and within t 0i mlnutf01 seconds West seconds West 1279.75 feet Lot 1, lying directly south of: Range 22 East of the public records less, exclusive of existing road right
minutes 31 seconds tRt 54SMU3: | T hat of: fe. of the pit drain survey 662.93 feet, of Beginning thence South 0: 13 minutes run and adjoining the NE>4 of NW >4 of Bradford County, Florida, of way.

fet to the north line Rid Sec,* 1" of SE:>4 of Section 38, Town- said drain survey line being de of Borrow Pit No. 8. run thence 51 seconds Eat degree feet to the of Section 23, Township 5 South lying each side of and within 30 OWNED BT: W. E. Gault and his
west "
ton 1. at a point northeast 1477.24 feet corner of: ph. 4 So.nth. Range 22 Kast. KANU scribed as follows: I''North R9 degrees 20 minutes OS seconds Point of Beginning of Ktorrow Pit NW Range 22 East also the S% ot t feet of a lateral ditch survey line wife Oty Sue Gault.

Section from the I.Containing' rFPT of south 660 feet of Commence on the north line of West 360 feet run thence South No. 1, run thence South 87 !4 of NEK of Section 23,, said ditch survey line being described San X.. t 3i SIS Right .f Way

Bald Fl nf SEU Ivlnsr east of State ferlinn 10. Township I Snlth. 19 degrees 29 @ 52 seconds 46 minutes 09 seconds West degree I Township 5 South Range 23 East, as follows: That part of:
'less. O.ll acres existing more road or 1 n".i Jfto. lying westerly of and Hange 22 East at a poInt IIJI.1 West 528 feet, run thence S"uth 89 feet, run thence South 03 degrees 1UU of lying lateral right of the within 35 feet: Commence on the north line of A parcel of land lying in the NW J

nclulltt w'thln 119 feet of and easterly ot feet easterly from the degrees 20 minutes 01. seconds East 13 minutes 51 seconds East 375 a ditch survey line said' Section 12. Township 5 South. of SEU of Section 21, Township C

'rlrM OWNED BT: Ellsha and' a nd within 55 feet of the survey corner of said Section 10'run 345 feet, run thence North 0 degrees feet run thence North 87 de as ditch follows survey line being described. 11 Range 22 East at a point 1366.59 South,, Range 22 East, in the city of
Precot itnA of State Road thence South 1? I 57 minutes 08 seconds West 300 feet grees 46 minutes : feet East from the northwest
his wife, Ella Pre %00. Section deg.s minutE' 09 seconds Kast Commence corner -: Starke, Bradford County, Florida,
2nt (114) 2ni. said survey line 40 second flpt. run run thence South 89 degrees 20 minute 400 feet run thence North :30 de on south line of of said Section 12, said point and being

own .18.1 Right ef Way being described as follows: thence North 49 degrees 3* mInutes' 08 seconds East 200 run grees 1 minute 51 seconds West Section 23. Township 5 South,. being on the arc of a curve concave follows more particularly- described
That part % second West 100 feet feet 425.05 i Range 22 East at a point 2960.8 1 I to the :
1 southeast
Beginning the south line of run thence North 0 degrees run thence South having a
A of land in 87 Commence iron
NEW parcel of Section 1.;Jylnl. tbS J Section :36. Township 4 South.Range thence South 12 degrees 53 min. 40 I 08 seconds West 200 feet 5 the Pint i degrees 46 minutes 09 seconds I feet easterly of said from the southwestcorner t radius of 5729.58 feet, thence from the Intersection an of stake set in

Bradford 22 at a point 1477.24 seconds West 50 feet run thence. of Beginning of Borrow No. ,100 feet to the Point of Wet Section 23, run i I a tangent bearing of South 19 de'igrees the southerly
Fouth. Rnge 22 Fat North 4' Pt Beginning thence North 16 degrees min. 07 I boundary of said NWH of SEU and
Fnt. from the southeast degrees 33 minutes 20 t ALSO of Borrow Pit No. 1. 3 45 minutes 23 seconds Westrun
County Flnrli .ni more -pt .oconds 100 : seconds East 2684.90 to the i ; the easterly boundary of the right of
corner of paid Section 36. run W..t' feet run thence A parcel of land for Pit ALSO: southwesterly along said curve
'particularly! .follows: South 1' degrees 53 Brow A Point of Beginning of said ditch I way of State Road 200, and run
of r thence North 23 degrees 41 minutest I minutes 40 Drain, parcel of land for Borrow through an angle of 3 degrees 15
at the NK corner Pit j survey line, run thence North 73 I thence in direction
seconds a northerly
West 100 along
rOfmlnc "
feet Drain.
aeconda East 1350.76 feet to run thence minutes 47 seconds a distance of:
lying each side and within
.* 1 and run thence South I the of a curve concave Nfrtl <' 33 minutes 20 sec. of 10 lying each side of and degrees 27 min. 53 sec. West 13.19 I 326.31 feet to the end of said curve, said easterly boundary, a distance of
8S degrees 41 mlnntei 40 seconds bellnnln. Iffr"el feet of a Pit Drain survey line described within 1U feet, run thence North 75 degrees 250 feet to point of
to ".pfterly having a radius of run thence follows feet of a line described as follows run thence South 16 degrees 29 I beginning; from
-sweet along' the northerly houndar't 1.05 feet, run trance northeasterly I South 12 degrees 53 minute 40; as : Pegin on the north line ': 15 minutes 53 seconds West 186.81]I minutes 36 seconffs West 117.51 feet t point of beginning, continue In a.
thereof distance of t Commence at the northwest conner Bor run thence North
a alone curve through a total second West 40' feet to thE Pointof row Pit No. 1 as described above teet 72 degrees to the Point of Beginning of said I northerlY direction along said easterly
of the of Borrow Pit
boundary No. 8 described
the westerly 53
Beginning of nit as seconds West 100 boundary a distance of 385 feet to
control ancrle of 6 decrees 30 minute survey) at a point 15 feet ditch survey line, run thence North an
,right of wav of the Seaboard Air thence North run thence South 19 degrees westerly from feet to the end of said ditch survey iron stake
run abve.
49 degrees thence in
the : run
17, 45 seconds a distance of 751.- lnt. I nortbeat corner of said 73 degrees 30 minutes 24 seconds an easterly
south Bor
line thence 5% seconds West 10 feet line
Ralrna run west 41 1 feet to the end nf said curve. 50 sec. West :270 feet. run % row Pit. run thence North West 400 feet to the end of said I direction at right angles to aforesaid
"Inutu 49 sec. theneeNorth 29 decrees 33 the Point of Beginning of Pit drain 1 Containing 0.077 acres more or easterly
4 ; minutes grees 34 minutes ditch line. boundary a distance 9f
North survey
r thence degrees 10 SI
along Westerly boundary I 1 8n" line, run thence North 89 degrees 20 WIt lUl. exclusive of existing
West 330 feet to theend 609 road 1 869.45 feet to
ofbeelnnlng. "lnlt"l SI seconds East 2U7 feet to point V
distance of of minutes 08 seconds West. 196 feet right of
said drain to way.
11.5 act the east line of said Section survey lne. Pit Drain, ALSO less exclusive of existing roadright westerly boundary of the right of
2t Containing acres or the end of Pit drain, ALSO ; of way of the Seaboard
thus d-. at a nolnt feet oouther' 0.01 ; Airline Rail
From .point of b"Jlnnlnl I from the 13.05 corner of l ess. Containing 3.915 acres more or less A parcel of land for Borrow Pit LATRRAL DITCH LEFT OF STATJS BT: Miles J. W. Weaver road: run thence in a southerly

scribed tontlnu" 1 lelrPf. RFM of >?Ri4 of said Section 36 OWNED BY: Blanche King and t ALSO: Haul Road 414160.50' and his wife Mamie C. Weaver. direction along said westerly boundary
46 minute alonl her Walter King Joyce BORROW PIT >0. t HAUL ROAD lying of: SUBJECT
husband. : each TO
Judgment Record
1.295 side : distance
acres more or of and a of J71.58 feet to
said westerly boundarY a 730 distance feelnorth"IT 1P"I'f""hl.I.ive .of existing road ; p.rnt,. "'nle. and her LEFT OF STATION 511-1-35.30 10 feet of a:"line described within foi.: I (1) Begin at the SE corner of: oA In RnnV SO at Pair a 171 in Tlvnr trcn stake nn fnrocolrl eni.tlieriv an
of ISO feet to a point ;husband a Triangular Lot 1 of Town
irlrht of n-pv. Everett Toole; Ann Fisher That par of: lows: -- of Law- of William A. Snelling and his wife boundary of theNW'4 of

of the southerly boundar fon'vpn\ TST: J. PGrlffis.Rtt and her husffand Don Fisher., Lot in Seton 12, Township 5 Begin on 'the north line of Borrow tey.according to map or plat Evelyn T. Snelling. thence in a westerly direction SEU along! ran
Mid NEW when measured thereof
of SPn as the same of
N sno-R Borrow South Range hi Woodlawn Pit appears menD
> iw pit Eat No. 1 as described No. 273 Drainage Eauemeat said
said westerly boundary: run thence! Right of Way above record in the office of southerly boundary, a distance
the Clerk
BORROW PIT N'O. AXD DR tIN Subdivision as. per plat thereof recorded at a point 100 LATERAL
That of- DITCH
nart feet
*. 04 minutes 4t( seconds westerly from LEFT OF STATION of 59S.33 feet to a point then
South degrees of Circuit Court of Bradford ; run e
fV in Plat Book 1 17, current the
SE'J of of RIGHT STATION page northeast 599-1-88.71
and NHof corner of In
of 1117.16feet J-V1 :81-1-18.0 said for- a northerly direction and
West I .dlltal' Th nart of- County, Florida, in Deed fook C, That parallel
the easterly SW of and NE1; of SE'i public records of Bradford row Pit. run thence North 02 part of: to aforesaid
to a point on SFtP of SEU and E% of Florida degrees on Page'3 and run southerly along 8% of easterly boundary of the
SWM County SEU of Section
Accent in Section minutes 36 Town
: of waY of acres 36 1 seconds ri"ht
boundary State Road of %the 00. said tight point being: To.wn' 6.1 Ronth. Range 22 East, of S South, SEU, Ranged of Section: 34. Township lyin each side of and within 10 1 feet to the 5 of said 'Haul West the feet west to the edge NW of State corner Street of ItO ship 4 South, Range 22 } ast. distance of of way 158.96 of Slate feet Road to a 200.point*;

of aforesaidsoutherly I described as follows: I II East KAUlSrT. the Haul Road centerlne. Roa. lying each side of and within 15
730 feet northerly and Jackson Streets thence wester. rrrn thence In a westerly direction,
WA Itar'lnl from the southeast corner said centerline de 2.S9S feet of a lateral ditch at
measured I -lln at the "t martin of theright being acres survey line,
boundary when more or
Section !14. Township 5 South. follows lean. ly along the north edge of said said ditch right angles, a distance of SOO feet
of of State Road No. : survey being described
along said futlrly.bounde.v;.min. rUI I .t the nolnt WiT where It crosses 1.TJsnen ,22 East and run went 779 Commence at the .southeast comer OWNED BY: Daisy Cox and Jackson Street 1160. feet to the as follows: to flout of beginning,
'thence North ;I feet for a point thence North husband her west line of an alley running mid. Commence lying east of and within 50 feet of
along said FIt and West half ecction line 5 rf Lot 30 of said Woodlawn SubdivIsion Raleigh Cox, John 13.I on the south line of
ute 40 seconds East distance of 36s Section: run Westerly on degrees !SO mln"tel West 71 In Section 11, Township 5 South, Diggs and his wife Chrlstener way between Grove and Pine Section 36, Township 4 South, the survey line rf State Road 200,
easterly boundary a the thEn North 83 30 mlnutea ; Diggs Henrietta L Streets. thence Northerly the Range 22 East at section *Rnt MUt 101, ecu
thence North balf-pectlon line 464 feet to ( d"lrpl Range 22 Kant run thence North (Chandler and aJnr a point 1177.24 survey
tn : run line
feet a point west of said
edge being
West alley feet described
East margin of the Florida Power 324.1 feet to the east 3 degrees 12 minutes 24 sec. west husband Elzie Mica feet westerly from the southeast as follows:
10 seconds Chandler Z.
:17. degrees 22 minutes Light right Of way of State Road No. 13, Hamilton and her to the south line of said triangular corner of said Section 36 Rpwlnnini on the west line of 8Wy
Company right of waY 30 feet to Point of of Haul husband How- run
East a dlstonee of 101.6 TJience along the Knot thence 17 p..ts 20 mln. Wept a.1'Road Begining North ard Hamilton, William D. Lot 1, thence easterly along the thence .North 23 degrees 41 min- of RRV of Section 21, Township 6

pptnt of beginninglylhr ."dUhln_ 53 margin of southerly said Power Comnanvrltrht ; 1nnt paid of way line 508.5 82 .centerlne.minutes rn 36 seconds and his wife Minie L. Diggs. Diggs Daisy .i South line of said Lot 1, 1160 feet untes 36 seconds East 220.87 feet South Range 2!. East at a noint of

easterly of State of wav 1S93 feet to its conjunction I wt. ,t'-nle east 1121.2 feet to a East delrfes feet, run thence South :1. Davenport and her to point of bellnntng. also diagonal to the Point of Beginning of said 104 60 feet southerly from the north-

,fet of tie survey lne'nf with the West margin or I point 8 Davenport Annie hU8band.j Lot 1 of Town of Lawtey.:I ditch survey line, run thence North vest comer of SWW of RRM of eald
201.1 I degrees 20 minutes 24 seconds Ea
Road : Selton. %101 'describeda ) right of war of State Road No., Also fYI.nt, all that Portion of 760 feet, run thence South 58 degrees and her husband Charlie Stubb. thereof according to map or plat I KB degrees 18 minutes 24 seconds I Section SI. nm thence North 16 leprAA -
'survey. being : of SWM of SEV. of Section SRD as same of record West 39.20 feet
'ald t,: thence 34. Xo. :241-Ri 311 appear run thence North 15 minutes 09 seconds East
follows:. orth'eter1 IlonA thE 36 minutes seconds East feet in the office of Clerk of Circuit 80
Township 5 -
South. Range 22 Kast 27.6 Drainage degrees 39 minutes 24 1302.29 feet thence .
West wiarrin way of Ranemeat seconds t mn North 16 rte.WMW
Beginning' on the south line of more or less to the end of Haul Court of Bradford
east of the rie-ht County, West 260.80 *
S h.in2 of wav of LATERAL feet to the end 1
No. 11 1365 feet to a DITCH RIGHT of said L mttiutAs A4 Aonnifp East
1. Townxhln $oiith. Kanee nnAt l "oad No. 200 ( Road centerlne OP Florida. In Deed Book C, Page 3, ditch
fftlnt I i ail in formerly State STATIOV r.O-l-81-wO survey line 9999_08 feet to the north line of said'
t al a point UU.I! feet I "llnt "lnnlf" Ipcton' Road No. 13), described follows: : acres more or less. That part of: except the portion of said diagonal Containing 0.125 acres Section
outh R more or 21. at
a point 1373.87 feet
easterly from the 'cnr.lfr' OWNED BY Rayonier Lot 1. lying
10Itl1-"t Commence on the south line of : Incorporated. A parcel of directly south of and less, exclusive of
Epct. land existing
of said Section Iall' point. 1 Mn. (U westerly of and Artlon 34. Township 5 South. NW 4 of SE1:! of lylnA: in the adjoining the NE1 of NVV'K of right of way.OWNED road said westerly Section from 21.the northeast corner of

being on the arc of a curve con of wih. Range 22 East at a Point 624.74 SRI N'o. .R Borrow Pit ship 6 Range n. Town Section % Township 5 South. BT: J. P. Oriffis.
to the A rad n 1"t .ni (2) "" BORROW PIT N'O. .. ROAD 22 East in the Range also Containing 0-128 acres more or lest.
feet from the SU sill
taTe easterly 1\vlnl .ml E5 we.terlv the southeast H.\r City of Starke Bradford 2 Fast of ) N'o. 279 Drainage
of the P'irvev r Easement 1 exclusive of
of 5I.5 feet thlnM from a ItnA of State ?00. Section I corner of SW' of SE',' of said LEFT oF STATION 51JSU'RT | Florida and being more County. swill of Section 23, Township LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF STA existing road right of
tangent of North 19 de- R"li j .\ 5 South, Range
111 !Section 2. run thence North IB (" ) larly described 22 East, TION' 371100.00
(114) "
? 1. saM line as follows (PART)
survey : OWNED BT
4S 55 seconds East and : Charles Hardy and
( "srrees O minutes 08 second That part of: Commence at That part of:
t1n "rtlfa.tlrl'al'n- Ucifi CUTVAthro" blt"A described*> a a fol"olnnlne 507.41! feet run thence South taft Lot 29 in Woodlawn Subdivision In the intersection an of Iron stake set (2) That portion.of the NK'4 of NE'4 of NW 4 EXCEPT 3tt acres his wife Juanita Hardy, Douglas P.
line the I
n of
In.. "f \ dAA-reea f>S Q- T degrees 07 mlnnte 52 second East according to nlat recorded In Plat ly boundary of NW> NE'4 weft of Seaboard Railroad: in NE corner and EXCEPT 5 Hardy and his wife Doris C. Hardy,
4 acres
hlp 4 >
wn of I
irlnnte 13 seconds a of 1. 4'5.75 feet sid ijK 4 less 9 acres to Jane J., E. Harfly and his wife, Jo Ella
dl."nrE 2! F"st at a nolnt 1477.!, Point of Kegtnhlng Book 1. page 17 of the public recordsof and the easterly boundary of the Byrd; less 2 in the SE corner West of State

.393.69 fe t to, th,"nt "f ..I" enrv f>At we.*erly from the southeast I of Borrow Pit No.4. rnn Bradford County, Florida. In Section right of way of State Koad 200) acres sold to R. E. Blanchard. all Road No. 13 and EXCEPT 1 acre I Hardy, doing business as Hardy

.run thence 23 d"lr4' rnrner of nnlri) section 36. runthenpA th"nc. North 30 decree. 04 minute 11, Township 5 South Range and run thence in a northerly di., being in Section 23. Township 5 In NW corner of Section 26. Town. Brothers Motor Company.

,mlnutel:4 second K... 541'.1[ North 2 Heeree 41 min 08 seconds East 500 feet, runthence 22 rection along said easterly boundary South Range 22 East, lying (1) ship 5 South, Range 22 East SUBJECT TO: Mortgage Recorded

t1I north !<. of "I. ute" 35 seconds East 1350.76 feet'I South 59 degrees 55 min.I Fast each side of and within 10 a distance of 250 feet to- Ipf of and within 25 feet of and (1) lying left of and within 25 I in Book 41 at Page 293 in favor of

tlon 1. s nntnt .!' feet wester1 ;- to the beginning of a curve con utes 52 seconds East 300 feet run ling a Haul 'Road centerline. said point of beginning: from point of () right of and within 35 fee of feet of a lateral ditch survey line, Albert Hartman. as Curator of Estate
frnm th" northeast corner of thence South so degrees centerline beginning, continue lateral ditch survey line, said ditch line cf Elizabeth Letsrh. IncompetentSRD
Ca'' (n tha r-epterly having Ararfi O mInuteI being in a survey being de
saM 'Section 1. ',. of fi:ll.05! feet run thencenortheasterly 08 seconds West 500 feft. run Cmmenr at dplrlb follwl- direction along said lastfrlY northerly bound ditch survey line being described as scribed as follows: N'e, 5 Bight Of Way
0.084 scre more orles thence North 59 decrees 55 ( follows:
Contalnhul ary a distance of Commence the That part of:
alone said cnrvethroueh net of said Lot %9. .run thence North feet to an on north line of r
*. .eTcJnsive nf, of existing. roadfIrM. I total central an'le of I 6 ute 5 lelofdl West 300 feet 3 decrees 12 minutes 24 seconds WElt Iron stake: run thence In an east. Section Commence on the north line of Section 26, Township 5 South, South 487% feet of that portion ofNE'i
wavOWVED Pflnt of Beginning of Borrow erly direction at 2S. Township 5 South Range 22 East at of SW'i that lies east of State
riap-reeg :30 miniiten right a
r.rr 45 seconds a I ?0 feet to the Point of Beeinning of angles to point 2960.8
oritfls and Pit No: 4 22
Range at a point 561.2 feet
", wife. } YYt Grlffls.! distance of 751.41 feet to the end o.a14 F Haul Road centerline. nm thence aforesaid easterly boundar a dis feet easterly from the northwest L Hlehway 200 in Section 3, Township
nl from
went the northeast
". thence North ALO.A tance of 869.45 corner of corner of said Section 26 6 South, Range 22 East
eur run 1'.id..I.ema North S2 decrees 11 minutes 36 flet Iron rum
sql) W Right .f Way of land for Borrow Pit seconds stake on the said Section 23, run thence South thence South 16
1-1 degrees
in 51 East westerly boundary of 32 minutes lying easterly of and within 119
East 100
That nart mlnl.tf1 Rp""nd. Drain feet run thence South I
'07KX1 to the the right of way of the I degree 32 minute 07 seconds 07 seconds West 225.40 feet feet ft the line
feet east line of said R1 d Seaboard to the survey of State Road
in in ?rees 24 seconds
A. parce) of land. l" thNE I. each side of and within 10 1516.10 to the Point
Jylnl Airline Railroad point of
ACtloi 36. (West line of Section Eat ; run thence in Beginning of said ditch 200. Section 2801 (114) 201. said survey
of Section 1. Townnhln 5South. fe.t the Pit Drain survey line, 7<0 feet run thence South 5* I of said line,
a Beginning survey
'1. Township 4 southerly direction I dltcl survey line, run thence
Snnth. Ranee 23: along said South 76 line being described follows
ss :
36 minutes 24 seconds
Ranee 23 HradflrdountT. said drain survey being describedas East 247.6 feet: westerly : I run thence degrees 27 degrees
Fllt. East> at a noint 153.05 feet southerly boundary, a distance of I 32 minutes 07 seconds west Beginning on the south line of Sec.
( Florida "nI "In. more follows: more or less to the end ef Haul Roadcent.rlnl 371.53 feet minutes 53 seconds West 89.82 86.6 feet
from the Northeast corner of to an iron stake run thence South 64 de lion
particularly described I s follows: Begin at the northwest corner of aforesaid on feet to to the beginning of a curve 58 3. Township 6 South, Range S!
..iPEU of NEH of safd Section 36. southerly crees minutes 07 seconds
at the NFJ corner 1 Sorrow Pit No. 4 described 0 acre more or less the NW> boundary of concave to the West I East at a point 1690.13 feet easterly
fnmmlnu 4 of hayIng 256.89
nin thence North 17 decrees 10 I t the SEH: run thence northeasterly feet run thence South 73]
southwest rf said
S-tnn 1 and run thence Smith above run thence North 40 degrees In a a radius of feet run thence degrees corner
41 minutes 40 seconds' minutes 51 pelRI". *, East 400 feet,, 48 mInutes 08 seconds East 400 BORROW PIT N'O. 1*. HArr ROAD southerly westerly boundary.direction along said northwesterly along said curve 88.- 620 feet 45 run minutes thence 07 seconds West:I Section t, said point being on the are

west along the northerly "n"arTtbtfof Contalnlnl acres more or feet to the end of said drain survey I.EF OF 511-1-S5.SO 593.23 feet to a distance of feet to the end of said run grees S3 minutes North 73 de of it curve concave to the easterjy
1111 exclusive of existing road 8T.\TIX a point: run thence cure. 53 seconds West
a' dlo anee of 1l5.:' feet right of line. T't port of: I in a northerly direction thence North 10 decrees minutes 670 feet having a radius of (729.578 feet
to the westerly boundary of theright way. Containing 3.6 acres more or I and paral- 53 seconds West thence from ascent bearing of
(TWNED PT National Lead % T. :31 In Wocrflawn SnlvMylston ". el to aforesaid 15.91 feet, run ALSO: a
: Cot
of of the S-aboard Airline easterly boundary thence North 11 degrees 38 minutes 40 sec.
way less.ALSO. .""Inl to P'a recorded In Plat I of the right of of North 20 24 minutes (2) lying right of
"nra way State and
Railroad: thence south 17 degrees ton '"ll' 17 of the nubile record 200. a distance of 158.96 Road 53 seconds West 146 feet to feet of a lateral ditch within 40 ends East run northeasterly along

46 minutes 4(" noM. West That anD part No 1V of:1 100-R Rlgbt of Way: BORROW PIT XO. K All) T H4I! of Bradford County Flortda. point: run thence in a feet to a the end of said ditch survey line. said ditch survey line survey being line detcrfbed said curve through an angle of 4 "eerees -

long said westerly boundary I From that LEFT OF STATION :7-1.1 '. Section 11. Township 5 SouthRanee direction, at right westerly Containing 0.386 acres more or as follows 2ft minute 28 seconds a distance
distance of feet to point of i certain point or stake That part of; 23 East. tance anJlfa a dis less, exclusive of :
1.6 of 300 feet existing road Commence of 444.10 feet to the end of said
where the
beginning.' located tl-e wet edge of the Pf SW>i of NEH of lylne each side of point-of be right of on north line of 1
right of Spcton and within 10 I ginning way. Section 26 curve run thence JJorth 16 denies
From .point of beginning thus de. way State Road Nb. 34. Township 5 South. I feet of the Haul Road OWNED Township 5 South,
intersect with the south 1 % centerline,, I lying each side of and within P B. E. Reddish and Range 22 East at a point 2960.8 05 minutes 08 seconds East 5093.37
lfrlbfd continue South 17 delren line of that, portion edge ( East. described as follows: saM centerline being described as I 30 feet of a lateral ditch his -If. D. Reddish. feet Easterly from the feet tn the north line of said Section
of the SKor northwest
t survey
40 seconds West Commence on the south line of follows: line said ditch ._ SUBJECT TO: held hv.! 3_
Mortua nolnt
XEXi of isnrvAw K at a 691 feet from
Section 16. j .I corner of said Section easterly
acid westerly boundary a distance Township t Section 34. Township 5 South. Commence at the southwest cor- described as -- 1. U "' Farmer Home lstra run
follows the
South. thence northwest of NE'i of said
nature South
pf 730 feet to 10SO feetnortherly Z vest Range East at n of _Id_ 2'__. li : 16 degrees 32 mln corner
a. point of raid State eat ling 11tbenfe !I. Saab Siam a point 624.74 1 -- T.t R."tnn ., Commence on the west line of >>RD No. S04-R 308Drainage ntes 07 seconds West 225.40 feet Section 3. Containing 1.054 acres
of the southerly boundary Township 5 South Range 22 ]
we"te.'v .h. .n"th..t Kaet Swy of
of aforesaid NF.U when measured said west run northeaserlY- the corner of usw"-i SE'l--o--said run thence North 3 derrEe 1 ship 6 South SEt of Range Section 22 East 21. Town. LATERAL DITCH Eaaeiaeit LEFT OF STA to ditch the Point line of Beginning of said more or less of exclusive of exlsltlngroaH

along said westerly boundary.r a Section 34. North degrees minutes 24 seconds point at a TIO survey run thence South way.
distance of 489.9 feet for a point of 1 Welt feet southerly from I 4ZI.Z. 76 degrees 32 minutes 07 seconds OWNED BT: May Underwood
v thence South 87 degrees 23 05 minutes 52 seconds to the Point of Beginning of Haul the That
minutes 10 seconds West a. distance beginning thence run westerly and 2343.56 feet rnn thence tat Road centerline thence North SEU! nortbwet corner of SW% of SEI Tart SEU of Section West 86.6 feet, run thence South Jones snd her husband Hoyt Jones.

of 1083.6( feet to a point on parallel with the south edge of said 22 minutes 52 seconds West X8 degrees IS runt seconds North Section 21, run thence t Township 5 14. 64 degrees 58 minutes 07 seconds TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration

the easterly boundary of the right fEI. of NEI. a distance of 356 dprrfe, run thence North 0 degrees East 6RQ feet to the e 3 of said seconds 1 East degrees 15 minutes 09 lying (1), South of Range and within 23 East, West 256.89 feet, run thence South rf Taking has been filed In the above

of way of State Road zoo. said 1/10 ,to a stake thencerun 35 minutes 52 seconds west Haul Road centfrlle Point of 493.35 feet to the I feet of and lEf right of and 25 73 degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds style cause, by the Petitioners, the

point being 1095 feet northerly of northerly and parallel with the 650.65 thence North 3 degrees Containing acres more or. line, run Beginning of ditch survey 40 feet of( lateral ditch withIn West 620 feet, run thence North 73 acquiring authority of these procedIngs. -

Aforesaid southerly boundary when west edge of said SEU of N91% a 49 minutes 08 seconds Kastjno less. 44 thence South 73 de.: line, said ditch survey degrees 55 minutes 53 seconds West of the taking ef the above described '
minutes line
measured alonl..le easterly distance .of 100 feet. thenc run feet run thence North 12 degrees OWNED BY: Selma, Eunice, gree feet. run thence 51 seconds tat. described as follows survey: being ISO feet run thence North 66 degrees lands, for the purposes set

boundary tente 24 degrees easterly and parallel wih the 1 minutes 08 seconds East Clara M. Lane and her husbandS grees 30 South 73 : Commence on the south line 11 minutes 53 seconds West forth In the petition in this cause

56 : seconds East! south edge of said SKU NUH 200 run thence North 35 degrees J. A.-Lane, Essie M. Green and her 910 feet minute 5 seconds East Section 14. 5 South. of 148.55 feet, run thence North 73 viz: As right of way for a portion of

along said Easterly bounda. a dis a'distance of 3765 feet to the west 07 minutes 52 seconds west husband. B. I*. Green Kula AL survey line, of said ditch L 2% East at,Township a point 561.2 feet Range degrees 55 minutes S3 seconds West State Road 200, Bradford County,

tae'of 730 0 feet a ; run edge State of said right of way of said) 338 the Point of Beginningof Pary and her husband. T. L Bary, Containing 1.170 from the southeast corner westerly of 58 feet to the end of said ditch survey Florida, and that one of the Judges

North 85 decree 14 minutes 102.7 feet Highway o 13. thence run Borrow Pit No.5. run thenceSouth J. H. Eunice and his wie. Gertrude less exclusive of acres more or I raid Section 14, run thence North line, of the Circuit Court In the Eighth

40 seconds East a distance of southwesterly along the 1 degree 16 minutes 52 seconds Eunice J. S. and right of way. existingroad 16 degrees 3! 07 ALSO; Judicial Circuit of Florida, will on

1000.17 feet to point of beginning. said wet edge of said right of way of East 33 feet. run thence South bl wife, Francys Eunice. Selma OWNED PT: Charles East 134,.83 minute to the beginning seconds (3) lying right of and within 40 the 12th day of June, A. D. 1958 at
State I
lying easterly easterly of and within ginning. Hlgh".ay to point of be- 87 degrees 00 minutes 08 seconds I Norton and her husband, Bradley his wife. Juanita Hardy.Hardy and of a curve concave to the westerly feet of a lateral ditch survey line 11 o'clock in the forenoon thereof in

55 feet of the line of State West 423 feet run thence North A. Norton P. Douglas between ditch survey line Station
survey Hardy and his having a radius of 3015.57 feet run Circuit Court Chambers in Alachua
. Road ZOO Section 2S\)1) (114) %11. feet lying of westerly the of and within ab I degree 16 minutes 52 seconds SRD .206i SOT Borrow Pit Hardy. J. E. Hardy wife.and his Doris C thence northeasterly and north a- 16-1-33.49 and the north line of Bounty Court House at Gainesville,

aid survey line. .being described survey; line of State West 400 feet run thence North: BORROW PIT NO. 0 HAUL ROAD To Ella Hardy said through parent tract described above, said Florida consider said Declaration of
a curve ,
Road doing an
200 business angle
Section 2801 (114) 201, lon ditch
follows: 87 degrees 00 minutes 04 seconds LEFT OP STATION S11-J-3&30 Hardy a survey line and ditch survey
said Motor degrees minutes 09 Taking, appoint appraisers and make
line Brother Company. seconds
Peginning on the south line of survey being describedas East 425 run. thence South 1 (PART) line station being described as fol-
feet : a distance of 725.57 feet such order the Court deems
follows: Mortgage recorded I to lows as pro

22 Section East Township a point US 5$South. Range easterly Beglnnlnl on the south line of degree 367 feet 16 to the pint 5 of seconds Beginningof East Lot That 40 part of of Woodlawn: Subdivision in Albert Book 4 at Page 293 in favor of the Point of Beginning of said ditch Commence: on the north line of per. All parties to the suit and all

from the southwest corner of 1. Township 6 Couth Borrow Pit according to in Flat Estate Harman. as Curator of survey line, run thence North 87 Section 26, Township 5 South, parties interested may appear and be
pla recrde
aid Section 1. laid point being on Range' 22 at -point- 1373.81 AL Book 1, page public records Elzbeth Letscn, Inlompetent degrees West 114.75 15 minutes feet 0 seconds Range 22 East at a point 2960.8 heard at the time and place designated.

the are of a curve concave to the feet westerly from the southeast of land for Borrow Pit of Bradford County Florida run thence feet easterly from the northwest -
North 27
easterly .having a radius of 5729.a I corner of said Section 16. run Drain. being in Section 12 Township I Dralaajre. Kmtrment degree 30 minutes corner of said Section 35. run YOU, ana eacn or you, are nereoy

feet from a tangent bearing thence North Je decrees 35 minutes lylnJ each side of and within 10' South. Range 22 End. LATERAL DITCH RIGHT OF :0 seconds 385.25 feet to the thence South 16 degrees 32 minutes I commanded to anpear by filing an

of thenc degrees minutes 23 09 seconds Eat 1111.34 feet to the the Pit Drain survey line, lying each side of and within 10 That STATION :233-1-38.4 end of said ditch survey line 07 seconds West 225.40 feet to the answer to the petition heretofore filed

seconds I run northeasterly a- beginning a curve concave to aid drain survey line being described -: feet of the Haul Road centerline.said pat 680 of: Containing 0.55 ,acres more or Point of Beginning of said ditch in this cause hi the entitled court en
feet less
said curve through an angle the westerly having a radius of: as follows: centerline being described a East of State Road of 8' of NKH of existing road survey line, run thence South 76 or before the 14th day of July 1958.

10nl degree minutes 13 seconds 5729.578 feet. run thence northeast- Begin on the south line of Borrow follows: of S. A. Wet right way.OWED degrees 32 minuTes 07 seconds West to show what right title, Interest, or

distance i 333.69 feet to the ly along said curve through .total Pit No. 5 a described above Commence at the southeast corner Township L R,R.- in Seton 3., BY Wall.: J. E. Wall and His 86.6 feet, run thence South 64 degrees liens you or any of you. have In and

end of said curve run thence central angle of 5 der.eea min at a point 10 feet North K7 degree -. of Lot 30 of said WoodlawnSubdivision i lying (1) left of Range st. Hael TO I 58 minutes 07 seconds West to any of the above described lands

North 23 degree 41 mtnute 36 seconds ute a distance of 516.6 feet to DO minutes 05 seconds East in Seton 11. Township feet of and (2) and within 20 SUBE : Mortgage Recorded 256.89 feet, run thence South 73 and show cause why the same should
rIght of
and at Page 329
East north the end of said cure. thenceNorth the southwest corner of said S South Range 2 Eat. run thence 30 feet of lateral within. W.Bok in Favor degrees 45 minutes 07 seconds West not be taken for the uses and purposes
a of .
line of 5nO.7 fet! at a point 10 degree minutes V9 Borrow Pit No. 5. run thence South North 3 degrees minutes 24 seconds line, ditch ditch survey Strickland and .his wife 620 feet run thence North 73 degrees set forth In the petition filed herein.

1477.24 feet westerly from the seconds Est Z706.4 feet to the 5 degrees 45 minutes 5 seconds West 30 feet to the Point of described sid follows survey .line being Rose Strickland.SRD 5a minutes S3 seconds West WITNESS my hand and this seal
as :
northeast corner of said ectob I. beginning ( concave to East 509 feet to the of said Beginning of Haul Road center- Commence .: Dralaage Eaacsaeat 670 feet, to the point of Beginning of said Court on this 2) of
on the North dii May
.. Containing 0.168 acres or the easterly having a radius of drain survey line. tne ran thence North 82 degrees Section line of LATERAL DITCH RIGHT OF IA.TJO" of ditch survey line, ran thence A. D 195H. ,

lass of existing road $7'.51 feet, run thence nortbeaterly Containing 4,132 acres more or 1 ,I seconds East 100 Range 3.East Township at 6 South 4PART) North 1 degree 35 mInutes 53 see- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
eeUln a point 691 feet That
said South 89 % :
right along curve throughan less 'eet run thenc degrees West 1061 feet to the end of said
angle of 9 degrees 09 minutes ALSO seconds East 760 easterly from the northwest corner That portion of 40, ditch line Ch arlea A. Darby
BY Frederick Lt Woo. survey ,
.OWED : H Pas- of NE% ;of said Section 3 run, lawn in CLERK OF CIRrTTTT! COURT
33 seconds a distance of 915.97 feet BORROW PIT NO. HAUL ROAD' feet run thence South 58 degrees Seton ALSO:

IRD 184 to the east line of Section li ata .AND DRAIN I OF STATION332l4i 36 minutes 24 seconds East 247.6 thence South 16 degrees OJ minutes South Rnge East lying west A parcel of land described as BRADFORD COCNTT. FLORIDA

'Ne of Right .Way point 2U.t feet southerly from ( LE feet, more or less to the end of 96 seconds West 2252.19 feet; Airline Railroad and follows: By Marian I/ Crosby. D. C.
That par : the PART Haul Road to the Point of Beginning of said of State Road No. 200 formerly ROBERT A. CHASTAIN
located In the NEVi of nortbeat corner of said Section That part : sid centerline ditch line eat ( Commence on the north line of ESQ.
Section 1. Township South..ltange SH of XWU of and NEU Containing 0.096 acres more or survey run thence South, State Road 13), said Lot Is numbered Section 26 Township S South, HOLLAND BTTLDTNO

23 East and I described in Containing '0.052 acres more or of NW i (west N' 301). lea exclusive of existing road 73 degrees 54 minutes 53 seconds I according to map of Wood- Range 22 East at a point 2960. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA

furthe. in Deed Book C Ius eclusiv of existing road EXCEPT 3* acres in northeast of way.OWNED East 65 100 fee minutes run thence 53 South, lwn which sid' map is rcorde feet easterly from the northwest AND

Dee 74 I -of : h way.OWED corner and S acres insoutheast BY: 3. 1 Water and degree seconds tbe Records corner of said Section Z6, run MACK S. FTTTH. ESQ.rotrVTT .
publc'record Hrat EXCEP his wife. Lois to the end. of said: ford County Florida,
ford BY: J. R. Griffin and his Section A thence South 16 degrees 32 min. 07 ATTORN'ET
l tr. Jd.II) a_$ utl 1 I SUBJECT TO ditch survey line. lying of and within feet
: Uort e..record, left % second* West 225.40 feet to the ST.RKFATTORNET3_ PT/iRmA


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With Adult ----n _
Cooperation LE z |I Mr. and Mrs. H. Crenshaw, prior
l4 IIIh I to his which
FLORAHOMEAND .1 marriage is sched-
Keystone Juniors Start Ball Club jUled for-June 21"in Tampa,,
I Mr. and(Mrs. Roy .Oibso'a were
Wj : hosts to friends from Rrooksvillo
ft '
"Why don't we organize a' raising the funds needed for last weekend. .'
Junior. League Ball Team?" a equipment and uniforms. "Pat" Mrs. T. L. DrakeA Mr.! avid Mrs. Hay Martin of
group of young boys asked a- was also happy to help these 1 bridal shower honoring Miss Tampa 'were recent. guests of the
round Keystone Heights several young boys. He appointed a com a Alice Cook was given by they I.T. L. I)rakes.Mrs .,,/ /
weeks ago. mittee from his organization to S. f Methodist Church groups c n '. W. R. Loulton of Astor,
After talking to their parents help organize the team and raise Thursday June 12. and )..Irs. Theo Loukakis were
and many other adults, they the funds needed. YL Miss Kay Drake is :attending visiting Mrs,. Loulton's sister.
ended up in the Barber Shop The committee was "Marty" Camp O The,Suwannee 'at Bfan- MrsJ Lillian,''brake, the first of
where "Coon" Wilson works. Several Martin, Corbett Terrell, and Les ford'as an instructor for the last f week,. '

years ago "Coon" managed a Beasley. They immediately calleda __ iJ ", ,}'''--: :''' '.; .' ... ,0:.. _. .::: !:,:.i.'V.-.. -: :.' :.. .". ., --'- ..._ summer. bliss Oblleen Tanner of Melbourne'recently -
very successful, Junior League meeting with Wilson and his I Mr. and Mrs. Howard, YoungSr. visited her
ball team. assistants. Robey Robenstine, and Will Keystone'sTrees Two views of shady inviting Lawrence" Boulevard, a project.of this. nature when have as guests for the week ent s./Mr, and Mrs. Lester Tannery par--
"Coon" was anxious to help Bob Knox. school principal. ,An r- _--.- ,-- .\-r-- -a.W' they said the present street was'I their son. Carl, and his wife and of Florahome.
the boys and agreed to manag organization was' formed and in good condition and actually daughters Carolyn and Jeanette, -
their team: Their next step was named "Keystone Heights Junior .needed no maintenance work. The I! of Macon. Gal .
to get equipment, uniforms, and League Baseball Team." The busi- Be Prey Attorney General's office replied,I i Paran. Church at Gra'ndin: held If Special June Sale!
a place to play. ness management committee was that it had nothing 'to do with a dinner'on the ground, on Sunday -
Several of the boys approached enlarged to include Bob Knox. the control of the SRD funds. I June 14, as a farewiui to Mr. ALL 1958 GOODS to be sold
Of and Mrs. Adams, who ruturn to at ;23% off list. Outboard
"Pat" Loudon manager of Clay Wilson and Robenstine. Plans Progress? The next move on the part of
Electric Cooperative, for help in were made for the ball: team. tree-supporters was to bundle up Canada each summer !. I I )Motors Boat, Radios, Air Con.ditioners. .
Miss Beth Drake is, visiting Heaters and all Marina
their -
Within a week $400 was do- L-rr--i petitions and send them off
nated by the business men and What's holding up :work on the to the newly-appointed chairmanof childhood friends in Miami, anal Supplies, such as Sklis, Ski
interested citizens of Keystone widening and resurfacing of Key- the State-Road Department reports a wonderful tiitie.. Ropes Water I'uugls, etc. Sale
DRIVEIN'lTHEATRE stone Heights' main business Joe e Mrs. Eugene Brantley '.and new
Grotegutt. So far
LEE'S Heights area. The boys were now they'vheard ends Jane SO.
street, son are keeping well sine\ their
Lawrence Boulevard?
assured of equipment and uniforms 7a nothing but they still have
for their team. That is the question that resi- hope,of saving: the.trees. return from Bradford County. -. ,LEE'S

The City of Keystone Heights they dents go are about asking their each business other, enjoying as Fa < t be The done widening with maintenance project,slated to Hospital.Lt. Wm. Crenshew 'Wived. I. Boats & MotorsKeystone
Keystone Heights,-Fla. put their manpower to work"mak'ing [while they may] the shadeof w rather than as a contract job. was Tuesday from Ft. Hood. Texas I Heights, Fla.
a first class ball diamond In camphor trees that line the scheduled l to begin in June, but for a few days with his arents,

the City Park. boulevard.In thus far not a spade of dirt has
FrL Sat.. June 20 21 TUCKER FtABRIC ,
i As the result of an "all out" recent months opinion in been turned. n. I SHOP. i

The DEER SLAYERLex community effort the junior boys Keystone Heights has been sharply ", Have their tree-saving petitions Custom Made Draperies, Slip Covers, fJJ!
i of Keystone Heights will play divided between those who >,, i .had the effect of holding up the UpholsterySpecial ) ,.
Barker, Rita Moreno I their first league ball classify the proposed widening as project -:af least temporarily? Prices on ;Cypress and Aluminum lJ'
I II game, with I inevitable progress and have already without protest. of Keystone Heights.A There are lots of folks in KeystoneHeights Lawn! Furniture
,Interlachen on June 24 at 5 p. reconciled themselves to loss Although are copy of the petition for-
things peaceful was
I Keystone Heights
Sun., Mon., Tues. whq sincerely hope so- Phone 2861
l m. They will have new uniforms, of the trees. The other school of and quiet on the surface, it is a warded to Governor Leroy Collins and others, of course, who snort
June 22-24 regulation equipment, and team thought, composed largely of known fact that petitions have who replied' that he was turningthe about tree-lovers who try to standin
spirit that could only result from beauty conscious women of the been circulating among' the tree- matter over to Earl Powers the way of,, progress,
Wild Is The Wind town, are convinced that the wid- lovers declaring that the proposed of Gainesville, State Road Department !
knowing the community is behind
ening is unnnecessary and they work is unncessary and would destroy member for this district. t Prescription Service
Anna MagnanI, Anthony Quinn them. II,don't propose to let the trees go much of the natural beauty The pro-tree citizens also senta KEYSTONEJEWELERS

VYYVYVVYVYYyyyyyyyyyyyiKEYSTONE copy of.the petition to Attorney : J 4t
Wed., Thur. June 25, 26 LIVE BAIT BOATS "YYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTTYTTTTYIGHLIG'HTS General Richard Ervin, together Expert Watch Repairing |U f As Near. You Ax Your Telephone

Way To The Gold -. COTTAGES 1 I with a query concerning the legality Quality Line Jewelry CALL KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

of using State Road Department j Walter M
Jeffry Hunter, Sheree North RUTLEDGE'S,1Mi. By'Mrs. J. ]1 Russell: Young maintenance funds 'for (Day) 2161 (Night) 2281
South of KeystoneOn .
Route -.a.aaaaaaaa&&J SODA FOUNTAIN-
J One Thousand Visitors pital'is' Mrs. Messier. Toiletries Sundries Beach Supplies
Expected For Conference A new patient in the Bradford Men's, Women's, Child Clothing & Shoes
-- LAKE FRONT SPECIALS ..- The Park-of-the Palms will bea County' hospital is Ranger Ellison '
busy place and so will our town Hardy. Hardy is in the hospitalfor -= SPORTS WEAR: A SPECIALTY BELOTE DRUG STORELawrence
White Sand ,Lake- A Good Investment when delegates to the Conference a series of tests. ,
of the Advent -Christian Church Rotary Fish Fry This Friday Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner Boulevard
LOTS AT $1250 hold their meeting beginning ,on If the above' items have not. .

,((4I.'.are.easily reached, require_ littie, cjea rjnga V!. June.will be 21'needed through to dune supplement 25 Housing.the convinced Height8 te* that Keystone,one .. -t -

next'year will be the LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" facilities In the Park and those that attracts many visitorsNOW '
having..available space ire "
asked HEAH THIS"-The,Rotary
M to call Mrs. Anne'James who is Swimming' Program', an annual THIS GREAT BIG ULTRA-MODERN

S. E. MCKAY .- REALTOR assisting in making arrangementsfor summer? ature*will begin shortly '
the entertainment of the"visit- and to giye-if a good start financially ,

Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 on. the Rotary Club is holdinga r
News From Goldhead Fish Fry at the Beach on Fri 6 '
Branch State Park day, June 20, beginning at 5:30p. :
""" ''''' .., :".,,.:,,: .t.t', d ,_'to,< If the above figures startle you m. Fish hush
.. .5f''(":d./M' ,.< !.',""m;" .".".A..<. .'.>.:; ." ',.._:v."'..= "ab..., puppies. slaw and
."" -iw'': '' < "' > read these! Mr. Gillen
;:t reports coffee will be served at a reason-
\ that the past 'weekend was the able fee, and for a further small y Nn 'i Sa' 'c$' rr a

r S largest in the Park's history, with amount cake and pie made by the 'tt.S i>.G" yr' f4 .'' :t L' i ;
His In et l IKEjEjfCome ( :' .g: u..oxwp G s ( '
; mut\G' I 4.728 people in the Park. During I Rotaryanns will be available.' Thisis xs : > .4 a4
the week groups from four Jacksonville j a community project, VALLCOME ;
Churches enjoyed the I '
facilities. These included groups Hook N' Line +M If! ,
find Ash with tt.J
How to 1
,. from Norwood Baptist Church, This might be a good place to

an outboard ., \\.. .t,.... Normandy Baptist Church, Trin mention that the bass were biting I
,--I I {- ity Baptist Church and the South, this weekend-in' fact kept the
h it better t. A.h t" :i\\ side Methodist Rutledges
I I'I' X Cilurchr. so busy that many of FREEZER
the top or bottom? oo I From last July 1 through this the catches were not weighed and 4
date 17,008 campers have been in, listed. We do have G. O. House
Short or (ony casts?, rig\ ; ::; the Park 11,268' cottage guests:' of Raiford who caught the largest AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING
and 58,782 day visitors. Surprisedwe ? bass weighed in at Rutledges' Fish s

How to retrieve sagged lures ,. ........ were. 87,035 visitors Gold-I' Camp, a 10 lb. 13 oz. "whopper.,'" TWO COMPLETE SYSTEMS Don't be misled. All 2 door Refrigerators -
head during this .
t and Student Recital
year Features
thisj are not the same! You must have two separate refrigerating systemsone .
will soon exceed by 5,000 Local Talent ,
L ,,,. .. e
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1'tr'-<,.'>>> 'Ii":!:,"<."! w", "":{' $: .y .,".,". ? ":., number of the visitors last year Mrs. Florence Waller Janes of for the refrigerator. One for the Freezer Hotpoint has both!
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The Park is one of the assetsof Melrose presented ,the second !in
our community which we may a series of student recitals at:the 1
have been taking for granted not Trinity Parish House in Melrose 12 CUBIC FEET ;' 1
by for your copy! realizing how many people, and on Tuesday evening June 10. at
naturally, how much business it 8 p. m. The program opened with I [ ; i.

WALKER'S SERVICE STATION brings to Keystone Heights! an ensemble number by Mrs. For Only ,. j
Girl Scout Troops are prominent Janes and Mrs. W. B. Dawson, Sr. :
AND SPORTS CENTER on. the Visitors list. _
Troop 65 Last year Mrs. Dawson began
Keystone Heights, Fla. from Tampa was in the Park fora piano studies as therapy for a .88 ; ., J
three day camp, Troop 319 from broken wrist and stayed on to
New Fishing Licenses Now On Sale!
Jacksonville '
had a "day camp enjoy her studies as a hobby and I
on June 11.Explore has found the experience very re-
? Post 312 from ,Miami warding.

SO ,CONVENIENT IN HOT WEATHER camped from June 11 throughJune Appearing1 the program following t fI
16. the, opening number, were
Girl Scout Troop 236 from Billy Carnes Bessie Ridenour, I 3" j
Jacksonville had 23 in camp' for Donald Williams, Virginia Ford, zs 1
three day?. Troop 59 from Barrow Susan Bass. Carol Hurst; Margaret
had 23 for a,two day camp. Boy; Royster Marine, Jones, Margaret
i Scout Troop '183 from Jacksonville Slade, and the guest vocal soloist
spent two days and a Boy was Jack Janes son of Mrs. Janes. t
Scout Troop from Newnan Ga Lake Brooklyn Civic
will be camping j until ,Friday, Club Will Elect
They came on Saturday. June 14 At the meeting of the Lake
A group of High School Teach Brooklyn Civic Club to be held .
ers held a picnic on June 12. Fifty on Saturday June 21 at 7:30: p.
were present. m. new officers will be elected. z fJ
Superintendent Baylor has returned Everyone interested in the Club HOTPOINT s
home after a stay in the and its work, is.urged. to be pre- PROTECTED BUYING PLANNo

N o.Bother. No Fuss No Parking. hospital. Also home from the boa- i Continued on Page 14]

Down Payment with Trade-in '. No_ Payments for 3 Months ,
Problems, Just Bank From Your Car! .-' I
: .. u arter-Year,, No-Pay Grace Period. s' t.,.

BANKING HOURS Mon. thru; T urs. AIR CONDITIONING In the event unemployment due to layoff or iHne* yon need make bo payments .

9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M.
tEEQ REFRIGERATION HEATING during such unemployment up to a maximum of a full quarter-year period, provided *
DRIVE-IN WINDOW Mon thru Thurs. 1 .
SALES- at w
least three payments bare! been made. s
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Keystone Heights, Fla. PHONE (Day) 4144 (Night). 4294 HEIGHTS, FLA.

Member F.D.I.C. P. 0. Box '11 .' WHERE SERVICE IS ASSURED

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her committee were in charge of Alan HolL They will spend the Robinson Carl 'A. Ford, Howard Hospital Problems HIGHLAND '
the refreshment arrangements. summer at their lake cottage. Morris R. Simmons John D. Re- BAPTIST CHCKCH 1'1 ALVAREZ STORE Established 189.1Meurs

KEYSTONE Charter Membership is being The John B. Dyes Jr., and their gan and Mrs. Ray Stedham. Mrs.Mathews Told At 1Jack Rotary Sunday SSchool 9:45 a m. I ,ClothJp -

held open for a short while and family from Ft Lauderdale. ar eoccupying rive the. introductory .- Horning Worship, 11 a. m. and
HIGHLIGHTS al young women between the ages their summer hone, prayer,-and, Mrs. Robinson the F. Monahan Jr. of Orlando 7:30 p. in. Prayer Meeting each

AAAAAAAAAAAJAAAAAAAAAAAContinued of 18 and 35 are cordially invited here. Scripture- reading. Mrs! Simmons executive director of the Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Rev. Share the Profits In Stgrkt
f. Association,, was
I to.ip.tcu The KQWH have selected I ML. Albertiachm3An bas.been \fifi. Williams M1* FJOBL: and 'Florida Hospital k i-.t;' : George Chism pastor.. Everybody
'' guest the Rotary Club /
[ from Page'13] I released from the InBolton told "Our I
as their first project some facilityfor hospital Mrs. Mprris ;the.story ojt welcome.

teen age recreation.. Meeting?, : where he underwent: a seresaof"cpnicalj"tes.ts. :- .Ministry.Tolother'Races! : } !S..IU1d..Na: Wednesday, discussing'some- of .
sent. Th&meetingwilL be.held-at f the problems hospital manage XUU-LL.LOVE a. Ebk,
are field each second and fourth MrsBachwas tipnalties. The; program wasrfol- aew
the Woman's Club building. Thursday even1Iiist at' the. Wo- manh" ;' judderobservation>! lowed by a' short business meet; ment'and( explaining why{ cost of I,brook purse-size,fountain pen*,Inpa.8tel
A report of the meeting of ,the 'days.lBothe' ; !?mounted. in recent Bra*
in\u1's\ CfubDaplfeate for,?a- few : ,returned hlg md refreshments, gaades., Only $3.03 at J t
Soil Conservation Committee held Bridge -to their home- in st AlbahiVermont. ;' A Bonoyage Party was given years ford County ,Telegraph.
on Thursday last week will appear Monahan the Brad-
Mr. praised
Winning high score on June 9 for William i Chiappini Saturday
Junior elsewhere Woman's in Club.this paper.- I were Louis Kyle and Mrs: Log. Fifteen guests 'enjoyed) Pa 'birth ,uight"at'the: A..L. "Hilliard. home. ford County Hospital stating that

Installs New: Officers. don. Second? place was. taken by day dinner honoring Mr, Edward on 'Lake Santa Fe. Guests- were- the fact that it had become fully FRIDAY SATURDAY JUNE 20 21
Mrs. Ann James and Miss, Sara The accredited after one year of op- I ,
Newly elected officers, of the Thiel on Tuesday, JUne,3. .Misses .Judy and Betty, Bassett,
new Junior Woman's Club-of Key- Ma fibl4< -' I dinner was held'at the Wallenlushome. .Card' 'Hurst, Peggy, Webb, Catherine eration, and recently had its .
Newcomers to Keystone are cor- SlppreU.! Beverly Wilson, standing renewed, was a tributeto
stone Hejghts were installed at a i
diallyi invited to coma to the Wo Mr. and Mrs.'Gary Perkins Jackie,arid,Judy. 2alumas. Marcia its., staff and administration.He .
meeting In the Woman's Club' on are
said that it is difficult for
man's Club on evenings Ililllard a "
Monday visiting Mr. "Per kins' father 'andmother 'oleta. Sihith Tandree
Thursday evening, June 12, at 8
a-? I I for.Du }tta gejb'acqualnife'd"dujitigithe -l Mr. arid'Mr. John 'A. Crawley, 'Deedee 'Durham. Mrs, small hospital to attain this rating t6. APBpFlTS r "i
p. cotf? : breal'lonie; and Perkins.. Uilliard. aril Mls., Jack Zalumas. and there are only about ten
The Installing officer raa- the t' vet} ge l tt>nc.Time 'l.:39p.'fn: Young Chiappini left 'Sunday for in, the.. country, of comparable ,
. President of the Melrose Junior, : Visiting 'at tije Myron Prevatt J.
t nmollB Television Stay New York and Thursday for that are fully accredited. '
< Club Mrs. QilberReed. home are Mrs. Prevatt's brother,I
Those Woman's? installed .were president, ,I it Keystop gh .1. Edward? J.'Chapman'andhis'wife: Scotland, England and. several I. The speaker was introduced by ,
: ', had\ a.. celegFity t n.'ounmldsIn : other European countries. He. I R.. E.Edmondson, Bradford Hospital -
\ : : expects -
Thomas Garnar,, vice-presi:, and two sons:'and her sister, Mrs. '' it&DRESSES r i Y., R
f $ 1' k'YgJI. .) Burqyg HuU.. .,to return in early Septem administrator! and also a
dent, Mrs./Fred'MUUing, corresrponding Dwight Arnold and s6n. Mr. Arnold
t known professionally f''as "TheGreat.Volt" ber. Other guests were Ralph guest at this meeting was Charles :
secretary, Mrs. Gene Williams -, joined trie family here'on. &lfT
recording secretary, )Mrs.. w a visitor In thelydrn'e Wednesday. Royster. Bill Logsdon, Ray Gano' Hardy, chairman of the hospital .10 MIN.

Edgar Akridge. treasurer. .Miss oj; !the'pajitet; ? here. 1 OA Saturday evening. Mr. and Ray Maihews. PascaU Carr George board."' !
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fluor Volta, as':MeJis brow, Hanks Emory Cross. 'M. H3reyjoglef EVERY
Barbara Southwell. An impressive; Mrs., Prevatt, the Chapmans. and
accpriJln thVl/ress/ 'masr Wd Mrs.i
- : isy and Ir. St ta rljjt
was'carried a6'
candlelight ceremony ter mentalist.and a magician.who Arnolds attended a. supper party Evans -- I P.f m.1ItiL g
I out by Mrs; Reed. : given by.. Mr and Mrs.. W. 'E.Ogier '
in'.f\rs dMfr. >les Tn Afternoon 2.5 O'clock
rates along with; 1IO dint. Black* .. Saturday --
'The'club rooms were, decorated Jr. and Mr. and. Mrs. Robert -.. < O Way 1, .
,With summer flowers. The table stone he: andjDimning'er., all:of whom, A. M{!Cord at the Ogler home and; "t rtauliterst", _..Ee aid tIbara. ; jieFuneral1services:liar'vey' Les- ON ON THE AIR OVER WRGR 1 1I
has"kpown, as 'frjehds, in. the
I centered with an a Taniement'o! ( ession"Volta in Lake Shore ." ,!kl .n. r Jie)S&r.ling, 52,. of-- Miami, \who

. I,gladiolL Mrs. William Scales-and"pr"! came.,to after Mrs Helen Hartwell and, son ;ofo.,ii.. $' :spent frpm vtidriesJrc '' ;: ,died! Monday, June 2f, were;.held AT DRAWING IN FRONT OF
Florida, d,1ss' I
Terry are visiting at the home of L.brc Suit, ., ot his.. !
"headliriedr" I "'> -- 7vT T TV !Tsisterinlaw atn; pr .0\. Thursday. June *. inc
haying, ) for L
; her mother, Mrs H. R. Hartwellof *' a4 Lt.,and :
years 'ir| :llew' Yojfc and,, abroad, ey. Y. ?uner4 Chapel: .wJth.Rev: GEM JEWELRY
Keystone w .Joseph B.Fold& of aciating..Burial
appearing 1 'theAtres.: SupperClubs s.v..yl\ a : '.. "II. u" ;
e ] : ,.. irmas &1dpp1! wan.intMtaaIMgWOrit>> \ -and.. his.., own. Television FIRST, BAPTIST CHURCH. ? <4 I
'Fl ahov. erscanu.' : h Ms. tar.Up.g. .Ploved\ ,\\MiaJnj:: PLUS BIG BONUS
Oll a Mrs Paw1Jkow.sklI1ostesa ,' FLA.J. ton, Gaspenl 1 l""t.w" eek,as, guests teyeara, agp, from..Starke?, and

'Mrs, J.-F.: Pawlikowski was Copeland. R. Smith, Minister, 'pastor.of Music Ralph and of ness54er\ : A.and broUbin law- lyed.:et 7122,&., 4ynd,Terrace.148a ; DURING THIS TIME ONE CROUP OF
: fc.
Mr. and! Mrs ,Hillard they
l'St# Imember of West

hostess $at a.luncheon, 'June 10 at, Ijethome6n"'Tfuedajr honoring],church Services organist.: Sunday School, 9:45a. : I MtY'nc, : I;. s (\si&. -, ,,.-S.1and I -' s l le t'8J't; B aptist,"Church? $$4.TO $12Regular ELGIN. AND WADSWORTH,
1m"1 t uryiving. ,. -
I Mrs.Richard feackmaq' who will m. Morning Worship 11 a. ra. sonst of'0\PepnfY F t ? .i : are. his wife, .RacheljD'rydep

!leave'Keystone soon due to her Training Union 6:45: p. 'm. Even speck\ ,s J .. ,A Mew-1i.; ,,, tarliijg;; twoj; daughters,
COOL!'- COOL!L --husband's transfer. with thedu : guest of Slfu.r : parents,.,Mrs! .sand Mr.s. ".Rober\.,Kina.rd, Gainesville, WATCHES

"En ioy A Movie Tonight" Pont'qomp n Enjoying the ocasion <- COMMUNITY CHURCH, OF Mrs,,!:\ } .",. .:\. hhVl f !ffiR ;bars,.Janr W;,DeavewMibrpjhers. ; $5.98 to $25.00ATh1G : ,

-. -.-,. ''with:: biro.. Hackman were KEYS OXE, HEIJGHTS] H. FJpat and, +' eI1..,spit fU j sri ;'IJt; via :, H. Ei With.Purchase' of One At ,

OPENING TIME: .Mrs. John. ] Ruffini, Mrs. RobertFJer'bL Rev.'j, ) Russell Young Minstert severaii t i"is, 51.- P. O,' andf, RusseWj} Starting all;ofGraham Regular,. Price. Then for

Mon. Through Fri. 15. PJVL : l-I is, Robert -. Randolph, C. JanVkD. Pait, Organist, Petersburg-- ,,:visiting'' his, ; parents.. E J. Starling of Tampa, ONLY !Jfr r r

aiG tlR'PRic ,'. 1245* I itis,. Wiljiam Few, Mrs. Thomas Choir DIrector. : Miss Cathy Sipprell'Vas hostess -. and Guy Starling, Starke;;' three .i _
S: Girnar'.and: ,:the hostess, Servicechurch: School 9, a, at a,party for 1\- group of I sifters: Mrs. Viola Edmondson You, Can/Buy Another of Equal-

Adults, Matinee .-.:;:,.-.;;... ::40c Sunderianids' ..IL&sL Qiten.Hflose.Mr. ( m. [Summer- 'Hours1.M riiing friends.. on FrIday. ;.night.. at thhome e, and Mrs, Murry.O'Stemof: Miami, SUITS ValuePositively

Adults Ermines .58e. .,and, Mrs.R., N, Sunderlajid Worship 10 a. m, Nursery during -of, hep- parents, Mr., and and_ Mrs Ethel Mae, Grammer, the 3-Hour
Children All Day! .. .. ......' 15e held open house on Sunday afternoon -' Church( School and Morning Worship Mrs, Murray Slp"iprell.Th; ? young: Atlanta, Ga.Elrb'd Reduced, orEARACE Good Only

Mon Through Friday: from 4 ]. Youth Recreation: Thurs.ttay bepple 'were served 'refreshments Airs
to 6 Mr.Mrs.
) : Period We Are OntTh<
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Students, ,. >,:t5c M William banBon who are Evenings 7:30-10 !!indo danced before going to stein' ..t.I InstallsMacclenny, ,
Till'S \)OP.1\L! W1W 'I' .
: .. Jacksonytiie where Mr. ert :i l 1g. : -
I I ST. ANNES EPISCOPAL I l v V-* -- Lions ,
SAT., JUNE 21 Cannot has bfeco tiihst'erred by : CHUfcCH Miss.i f Peggy Webb is-,-..spendingthe I, : HUNDREDS OF, SPECIALS DURING THESE

DOUBLEFEATURE. the Humphrey$ cold Cbrporation, The Summer at.FX Ayhite wi itii Harry Elrod new district governor 2 BIG SHOP QRTUNITY DAYS!
Rev, Allan, Batt, 1ster '
and Mr. and *. Clinton lehn MU friends. She is the of H .. .
y I Sunday Service: 909. a. riji.' younges t; Lions installed officers I L' .. ,' .
hft'; >> being transf erred,bit the Parish Night Supper: First Daughter of Mr. and MrsJoh: l1Webb. ,l of Macclenny Lion Club at a E -
d\if\ Pont Company to" Wilmington > dinner held Tuesday night in the El l
Thursdays Ei
pDe'h,'B&ti) guests called during I : p. m. ',EranJc.Wright; spent last week, Macclenny Lion's Den., :i GEM JEWElR.Y

the afternoon. ST.' WiLUAJ; _CAIHOUCCIHJRCH end visitinghis mother, Mrs Lil. .t,Along with installation of of. ,

1i tageme Announced ; lian< Wright; at her home here. ficers., the organization celebrated JEWELER"
mum* vtu ..r. u !4.r. and Mrs. Woodrow W Coxannounce t-ter, Lahahaji. Parish Priest. He'has just returned from a tw) its 23rd anniversary Ladies werE I : "STARKE'S.LEAPING

'IflKMlUIII'IIUlAtfrutucrtoouctioN mass the engagement of their ass each- Sunday at ft:15, month trip to, Russia,, Germany invjtedj .to, the* dinner, ,and enter Call St. ., ,Pone 170
ilAta. !. daughter,-Ann toFloydD.< ,Baker, Catholic Club"Supper: each and 15 other countries, and hai s tainment I was
s9 n f Mr. and Mrs.: Tracy, W second Wednesday. 1 now returned to' his home In Mi. local; singer. I.

ANDNATURAMA Baker.____u_. Tfie____ wedding will.___ take ami. Mrs. Wright's ,- -- -- -----
brother Oscar
oqJuiy 11 at 8 p. m. In theFiis'rl1aptist T.T T.TT. T T TT TTT Lane of West Palm Beach, was FORD, .CARS. & T UCKS'AI.. USED CARS

Church of Keystone, also a recent visitor.

H. -- lihG---* : MELRffSE() Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner .!:-''I. ""' ... CI1.
:No invitations are 'being sent oi .
and family of Ocala were weekend 0. 40
but friends of the couple are Invited guests of the John Regan /W4fl u
family. ,
s By Claire Chiappini A %
to attend. A covered dish dinner wi1be r = i
Scouti Ilave Trip To,Camp YYYYYYY'YVYYYYYYYYYVYYYY! held Tuesday night at,6:3H: in the .. .. \ .,. .
Five members of Troop. 105, ., ';':" ;!:;ftb' i ,!' OrchidCorsages
Parish House to extend good ,., -m' !
Nineteen Seniors "'Ot. ;; iI i-
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oh /" .
Boy America left I wishes to the Ven: Fred rds ... ", y rt. .;""f-!' 4. "! <$
G. Yerkeson
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... yn.:
Awarded t .{
Sunday for camp Echocatee.They DiplomasCommencement ... "' "'. .,.-t> ..... ,.,, ,"
his year's leave of- absence, >!:.y"" .i"" .u." "... .
'r'..'''' ,,l''j: 1
\ r"
exercises of the .
.."IOHN 3g1A, were Ernie Parker, Jimmy Fox and to welcome Mr. and Mrs. M. I Opt { '.?,4'>: '!>." '.r. :Q ,, > t' : Q.
graduating class of Melrose High I t'V' 'to .04 :r. .
FMSPMI Herb Nelson, Frank Nooney and H. Breyfogle. Mr. Yerkes leaves I ; t' < -' .* \
en J.t... ,Jj. t .: ... "
School held last
were Saturday
siEvE[ 8D Robert Jackson.( t
next .Monday for England where ."j'. ,': r. ,.,;. 1 ...... J
KELLY night in the_school audits ium. It #i1.'rMt .
DON Students Home For Summer I { 2vt
climaxed a in which the he will study at Oxfgrd.Mr. : -..:., 1.1' ..: :}?; ... '.; .' J ,.t". t Given to first 40 wom-
t ..rdeIi Mike Adams, Bruce Prevatt and,' year. and Mrs. Albert C. Spires /It'j. >: :;; u .t . ..
?w t11n0GLxA Emmeryat Class had'made a trip to', Washington OjjI li students at t
Milton Starnea visiting
; enjoyed visit from'their } eo ,
a "to "j : ,

Plus Trighty Cat" Cartoon. for Oxford summer, have vacation returned home .Melrose, D. C.graduating, the? 'first class such had tripa and dAughteI-l 1'law: ,. Mr. andMri son o:' jt...... .... (: $.,;.-w.,:,.'" .<. ., .4\/,# .h...,"',.f'., ...r."{...:'i.-Ma. .,:',:..".,'.,<,., ..<.....,..... .,.}.."x.,< t l''.. '', : Co.- Starting\ vtC

; 'made. : Grady, Spires and their :').....r v.\. .., '\tttJkJ j ;< # :'.4\:; ,...'.' ".j'N.:(: ,{''M':} '''#'''{Wii N..l' '
; $ y
Keynotejii .
--- daughters, Jo Alice and Kay Lee 1 u ;&(:'t >: iti:: #<_"t. :;"" "_"" "N-- t', Friday morning. ,
Sun., Mon.r Jane 22, 23 Mrs. Edgar Akridge enjoyed a Baccalaureate was held the of Boston; Mass. Mrs. Grady .. e:;i' ...... >
IdiU two weeks visit from her mother, previous Sunday with the Rev.R. "
of -'
7.EUEIT Spires' Schnectady N.
mm H. Carr of the Melrose Meth- .
Mrs. E. Klienf elder and Mr. Klien- Y: were also here for a week's : C::
TOiftEAXTERLOMPlus ( odist Church delivering the ad Gallons ofFRIDAY
felder of Tennessee. vacation. The Albert Spires ; \ :
II afiYpdtitrotrmir Mr and Mrs,.,Rut+eQgp,had. as dress. Rev. B. Ray: Stedham of. daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and ffC5 SATURDAY JUNE 20 21
Eliam Baptist'Church' gave the ,
visitors this weekend their son
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Mrs. John: Spencer, Rynd and
.C81OO Don, his wife and- their two sons invocation and .Rev. J. L. ,Hersejrof children of Atlanta were also .. '; GAS
from Hollywood. Fla.vAJtej" ; arYlslt Wogdlawn, >Baptis Church
gueatslast ,

KID in with Atlanta Mrs. ,Don they Rutle planned lge.'s? to:mother go to gave Jones! the played benediction.the processional$ Maxine and Mrs.,of-Bowman, James: week= G., Dixon Ga were and guestsof children : COLD; DRINKS FOR Alt VISITORS With Each New .

the mountalns'tor thViemalhdef( recessional at both;' the. Baccalaureate .
her brothers, William, Maurice Car Purchase1BE
S.. of their van atonn,. and. Commencement exercises -and Francis: Chiappini' :and family :

Mr. and Mrs. Barney; B rItt and Dr. O. L: Walker of the. ,-this past; week. Mr Dixon and- FR EE f ''REEr E! fRE1!

their daughter, Isabel of Cary, Dept. of., delivered Religion the at Stetson Commence-University Bill Tate flew down for the weekend < i ii
N. C. guests in the Carl]
were Nicky Chiappini., son of Mr. <
Carnes home this past weeX.> Mrs. ment address with Rer.-J* R. and MrS: P. D. Chiappini, accompanied ; o :01 3

1 returned Mary Luck'to; Mrs.Keystone Carnes'mother' with them Smith Baptist of Church Keystone: giving Heights the'in First- spend the Mrs.summer Dixon home as their and guest.will : <

after haying been. ; away 'for an vocation.bJ"thenev.Benediction Fred G .was Yerkes given of I Cubs Pack-: 109 will hold its re- i REGISTER FOR $IOG CASH CJo

Ihswq awar 11Ii'rlil.-! extended I''visit gular' meeting Friday night at :
........ .,_.DS8IR..QI II pa\ : Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Paul and Trinity"' 'Episcopal. Church. Salutatory 7:30: at the Parish House.
.IIICItIa. daughters, Kathy! and t Jane and amT Valedictory, addresseswere is
John f Scully recuperating f '' UJYour
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'" -Rocktt'Squad-. Cartoon Mr. and.Mrs R; L. Southwell:: } and made by Miss Cathy'Farkerand'Ray from: messles/ He is the son of 6 '

their son were;.visitors for;Father's Gano. 11*rsj\!Dorothy"S uJJy, i .TG GIVEN; AWAY 4 SAT. 21st a
r High
; School 'Principaf.
at.the-home thefr' Melrose: #- p
Tues BIG ,DOUBLE Wed] Jane FEATURE 24J 25; Mr.Day and; 'Mra ErL of," s uthWen.Miss parents. Sidney H.' Dunn, presented the,! Mrs. F.the F.t.:hospihf Simmons on was Saturday releasedfrom : oc5: m.., : :

diplomas 'to the vhowere.
graduates, I
'Bartoara>Squthwell'Qad,as: anlisecuperating home
.Leonard Paschal Carr. 'WflliJfEfwyn'Chesser 1
oveit'th'e* eekendr Miss
guests 'Y : Stjei recently underwent, major
BLACK William,Chiap
Esther Johnson from' Chicago; ; surgery; ,
Miss dalri+'Haa'pert Miss' CidiO'SteeJi phi;'Fiedri& Elizabeth Cook,' AM g t 845..66r. 12 LUBRICATIONS 1

Maria Morel Sandri. and ADdle- JacJ son'ille.Miss and\'Miss.' Lillian.;; Hartigof Lorraine Marie. Cox'Catherine Jewell Fowler Jean ,Finley Rich'and I': tE &'Observe 1fI4cg : A

And :Kay Walrath returned ::Edson' Fox. Ovid Raymond F1.- Day: lIlday\! ,I r 19t', OC Auto.Transmission TO BE DRAWN er

1fl Saturday afternoon from"'a visit Gano Jr:Leona Garnto Carl Fred;. ._ 1D8j tio, Kadio,

in Jacksonville bringing her little erick Hagglund, Sara Joyce KUn",e,, Flag lay\ cerenioni lat :trar f o. Heater. Clean.. par. One ,
'ditionaUY held Elk _throughout rwFfrrrnTmwyytn --
niece, Debbie Bowl s. Raymond Edgar Mathews MSrs r ; ; by i- "
J 1ThT Catherine.Parker Daniel Eugene: the country.' The local BrO&: i I owner. /
Mr. and Mrs. Frank'; Walrath. :
Pridgeon. Jerome Bruce Ridaught, 1802 held Flag Day exercises in I 4'
Jr. and Mr1,app! Mrs T Freovivt '
Ralph Ray Royster Wayne Sikes, the Elks' home Sunday afternoon I I...f I -J ? -1 j
; Tolles enjoyed a canoetrip down Sale1 .
e Special ,
the St. Johns River this weekend. and Kenneth Lester Tanner. with Exalted Ruler Jerome Johns I I 10 ( to. .00 <7 COO

.. presiding. a .PT' 995
Visiting the GeorgeSColgins.lastweek ale Me.fUn& :
The salut to thVflag: vas given I ; r 00
were Mr. and Mrs. DiEj! Wil- The( Elsie Ifiiight Circle. oJ t ; 149 : -,
son. Sr, Mr. and Mri D. 'Ef Wil Eliaro, Baptist Church. met"J : DoyJ .rvice president ot ,. ft
cows -- ,
uAeNortheast District, andpast 1851 FORD ITCTOIIAi- \
son. Jr, ,and son Robert, aU-of 10,Vt the Lake Swan home j Florida i
: :- Attendiniwere. Exalted,Ruler.Disjtinjgtnsned n BOLETt10orFadio, Hearer., \'J1!iitai Side-
Miami After the vision ton Mrs. Clarence Sutton i I 1957 Cld ,
they left Providence. R. I. .Misses.Attte. ,a/id. Apna,Lee: guests were ex > doe Power llde, Radio wall Tires.' Like newUna' ,; I
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"I Tisori 'Congressman Let Green and sen. .0zr
Mesdames' Dock Henry 0 s JO Owner.
Two-tooe. One
Miss Cleva Carson had as her TIMES; PAILX
Plus "Trees and, Jamaica Daddy"Cartoen guest*,last* vte//&>the Misses Vcrn WUUams. RalpU.Matiitws. -Maud e .CIwle Johns.i ___ ;C3iW owner. a..J six. <
and Ruth Moore and Miss Fern ii i t

-- Johnson;-alf w'homvare. associated III All Ofp'avinQ. 'r totu
Thurs,- Fri; \-=June' 26. 27 with the Opportunity Schoolin II Types z a

Columbia S. C. They were co- ," a ai
SCREAMS M1MJL .Carson worea1 in,. time! Iowa.wMtss/ NARtr1Ni'LO'1 i ; T1LLEiR ,

Anita Ekberr and\Phil Carey Mrs. j 'bast I FtJRNlAlEp FREE f -,
Mar, ttTracyl, returned { QUOTXTIONSf GUADLY
,"Ha1a'11 tak\ d" i : ,
Plp lA Cart J try tosouthernFlorida. '
_. L.:. JI I! Her"guess for;fewJ days Call 1707'- Lake City! 'G / _tJ.o rizedl/ / FORD Dealer' :" ,

:ATI'ENTION'WENTION.j were Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery O

LATBiSHO.J- NE 26. 27'and Mrs. Charles Moore of .Malt- i Late City Paving Company k : 206 W. MA JlSON'ST. STARK ,.FLA. PHOIE.U8, f
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bbQ.;,t tD1 'B'ues"' land. C/3 .. '

'la MipliT is One Arriving Saturday from Pitts- FORLV CARS: & TRUCKS
burgh were Mr.,'E"H. Mefldeni lJ ogte'3' ; ;Box.ti'4;'L k'City; Fla. '
Misses Nancy and'Pairla'HolT and

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.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, attended funeral services: r. tly; Sunday rAW Certificates TO: SOLVE WATER PROBLEM about the children. ( *.e, T p. m. Prayer Meeting can

Wright Sunday at the Macclenny Mrs. Gertrude Eunice of Law- Now she.manages a smile when Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. .
On ," J ;: ,\ \ '. +. ".;. ...H ul (
MAXYILLE Church cf God. tey accompanied by her Jimmy DelinquentTax %
son. she explains just how much help

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cannon and who is a student at the Cochran Lands Sold Brooklyn Lake{ Area Residents the children as well as fnends NOTICE OF INTENTION T.
1 f and Mrs W41lonson t,, REGISTER FICTITIOUS XA.UB
Mrs. apily Mr, and ,, Ed -, CIq College! visaed Mr. shad -
Bj '0"" and neighbors Notice is hereby given that tttt\ pndersjgned -
4 -t. .. land
family enjoyed a picnic Mrs. Sidney Harri Sunday after JJh.dtord' of ."
; County sold all 68 uniler the of
?...A.\l..".."_.T-"VTiT. dinner itt' Gold''Head* v'Bra1....- V chtapt.k ": noon. !rrfk' <1 .itawrtificat s of delinquent County ; Told Tliey Must Share In CostA "I wouldn't take a million dollars *Chapter 1S41, 29,851 wilL",register Laws of with Florida the;;Clerk Acts
Oscar H carried'His for these
df Mrs. Dorothy Waters and children u.'FEdwards moth taxes,. for. last year with the majority children and I of the Circuit Court in and for Bradford -
Linda anH, Roger. Mr.; : 'afid tMrs.T. spent last er, Mrs., Willie Harris/to a Jacksonville. bought by four buyers: didn't know, how good people County, Florida, upon receipt,of
night. Jackaonm&with proof of publication of this notice
Mrs\ Bob Stanley and children Thursday in *doctor. Monday i J. fe Wall, Jr., local real estate series of*test borings will be ejer'project.'is"' deenjed,necessary, could be, until this. happened" he fictitious name of Bradford Sh".
aid Mrs. Bill Roberson and her daughter Mrs. Ruby Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Griffis and I agent pruchased the biggestoart.[ made by a Sou Conservation team and' Cof. Cooper said the Armory says Alma Ricks. Repairs under which I am engagedin

daughter! Marcia, all enjoyed atjrip Malloy and family. Miss Mary Wilkes visited at Black I These parcels are usually bought this week to determine what steps Board will go along with any business, Florida at 126 Court Street.Starke
Friends of Miss Jo Ann Parrish Pond Sunday with Mr and Mrs. for investment rather NEW RIVER Audrey Harrington, 128 Court
to'the Jacksonville Zoo last3jjr.onda&aadtalsavteit purposes can be taken ( ;stabilize the. water sound engineering solution that is
will be interested. to kna5& tit; ,WgU Padp ettbar4Il } { Street Starke, Fla. sole owner.
d with Mr. { I. than fm; losures. level of that: and other lakes in agreed upon. BAPTIST CHURCH Dated this 16th dayof June A. D.
/ he went to ,,or kIn Jacksonville who has/been quite ill. payable ranged 'from Sunday School, 10 a. in.. Wor- 1958 at Starke, Bradford County
and: Mrs Mild Waters and family, faxes this watershed; according-- p. Using; (\ itchex1 colandef to
Monday morning for the State Mrs./'Rebl ValDez and fifergrand'daugh' $1 li79 to $21.4.50'plus delinquencyfees oiT U ffri4, t A. 6lt! q.,.'10
before returning;home."A : H. Esry director. a meeting IQustrate J his.: point; Esy explaii- ship Hour a. Q.-Evening Senr-

Mrs Ruby\urrance, Mrs. Doj faim Insurance Co. and" is mak- r, Juafiita Wagoner *." held at the" Womajx's'Club V ed- 'that if Brooklyn has\ a pojousbottom . . ... . ,.. . . . . . . .A
Ina. her home with her:'cousins, of Plant City visited with \'Miss
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lard Mrs. Albert Smith dj i: Keystone,Heights lass it would rise and fan with *
Mr. and Mrs; Tommy Smith, in Mary Wilkei and Mf. and Mrs. H. TWo buyers purchased 3'4 city (
daughter. Rob m) and E. ; the level the
C. Jdr of underground
Residents f the area .
t. tax ; members ; Store Front
south;; Jacksonville. : EJ Griffis fest weekend. property certificates for a! total lAgdern ,
gett visited in Jacksonville 'v ater. If this is PQt the case itmay
Sunday" R V; t>urranee. wjant; Clarice Milliard' of Starkjt spent of" $ .8Q, to< clear the books' last of the Brooklyn Lake Civic ff i i. *t J MDesigning
.WJth Mrs.. AudreyBell.. Association District Soil Conser* b feasible tof i butla\ a,, sorles
i A Youth held the last Thursday in Jacksonville for Monday with Mr..and Mrs. H. E. Friday. ofr lock 'on ot chaA and Installationtoltunbia
Rally was at the Duval County School Maintenance Griffis and Mary Wilkes. Ben (Sarge) Suslow and T; 'J. vation Supervisors, aembers: the,lakes the,
Ifaxville Congregational Holiness includ- to control the water levels he
of local governing
t Board. We are proud that Mr. and Mrs. H..E. Griffis and Alderman were the men whorn'eip-. bodies
.Church last Saturday night. he was able to go to work so quick Mary' Wilkes visited in RaifordMondar'.Wth < ea the city settle its del I111 tnt ing Sen.Tom: Adams, Sen. Charley said.At
:;Mr and Mrs. Bill Roberson and taxis. Johns. Rep.. Sam Saunders, i the bottom of the chain,
property owners
Mr: past-due
daughter Marcia of Live Oak are ,after Mjvancfc 1a4uat: Mrs. J. C. Nolan and I N ES. Samh;\ Reynolds Oriflis','''who sister has' The sale was held at city hall Clay County; Commissioner- Flora.homean; agricultural area, Glass & Fail

spending this week with Mrs.' 'family. and Mr. and Mrsi "Arthur .J fust,'returned hospital4 by Clerk Carl Johns. ter Odum, and Co!. Ralph- W. has. had floods; Locks- uld' be to.
: } l1Dp1e'trom; a -
'D roth1 Waters and family Cooper Quartermaster of the valuable to control their problem,
.' John Waters Bob Stanley and Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Ed'Harris after! unigrgon' (, surgery State Armory Board were askedto too. meeting! wasVscheduIed for South Marion St. Phone 1227
apd children, and MJX, an Mrs, Shl}if report in a'' sjrious con- Driver UninjuredAs
B11 Roberson played ball Sunday : give a review of the problems, that area the fojlqvong day.. '
Ralph Silas and children of Jacksonville dition. If 'I
afternoon on the Lawtey team. Auto Skids suggestions of possible solutions If, an agricultural; BEo.Waa &, LAKE CITY,. APolio
all enjoyed a picnic at Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson
Lawtey lost the game to Flora- Strickland's Landing had and to agree on the part they are involved the cost will be paid in ntmtttn..................... .. .t. TT TTT
home with of 5 to Sunday. as guests last Wednesday On Wet Highway larger .
a score 1. willing to tal&Q 9 amount by the .4 federal
f Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Cutshaw of Mr. and Mrs Franklin Higgin- their son and daughter-in-law trie government thah If it is a prob- f
Heilbronn bothaot and; family of Jacksonville !Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson and Mrs. Aldro Brown was injured Esry told ; group that they lam, only ofjr idontial.and Favorites
Springs spent Saturday ; recreational Hays Dfo
with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harris ;were guests of Mr.'and'MrsDoss family of Jacksonville. On Saturday following an automobile accident must be willing to assume their l areas.:
Higginbotbam two part of the financial ;
and the
and family. family Wilkinsons visited themin Wednesday. June 11, about After; these preliminary iieet-
(We surely do hope last Sunday Jacksonvtlle.I miles north of Starke on US 301. steps that will be agreed on. ingsi; and* results,1: oft the' survey
that Mr. and ;
It f is nice that\ T. L. Mrs. Senator Adams with :; ; Polio May Strike Anyone Anywhere, At Any Time. .
hire. L. J. Padgett's children are ; Manning Eula/Tearl : and Mrs. Brown lost control of' her Senator have been reported: other meetings

on the road to recovery now. Little has received his discharge front' children w Lyons, Gal 'visited,'Mrs 1956 sedan while passing another Johns agreeing-;/pointed. '' out. that. will. be. Held to determine,f Hare You Been Immunized''Against. This Dread Disease?

Shirley Yvonne born three service 'with the U. S. Army 11)) Ruby Ojieas/qgd family, last I car, ""slid 60 yards on the ''rain- legislation has already, been 'passed what'can ba to done and,what; part ,
If Not We You To Call Your Doctor NuV'if
peeks ago.had to stay In hospitalfor Korea and. is home to stay once Thursday and Saturday.Mr. slick highway, left the road'and, making possible,foe. the in- of"the' cost will be paid by the f Urge.

a couple of weeks with pneumonia again. .and Mrs.. Bob Stanley: and sii u an. additional, 5JL ')yards, vplved. legally back what- areas affected. Your Pharmacist Works for Better. Comm Itnfly Health
and their other little girl, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanley and 'children. ",yk'it .a 'f'I:...,. through; tha: shoulder; ; grass and; ... t

Nancy Elaine has had pneumonia children left Monday after a twoweeksL days'last week with Mr. and Mrs. came to rest right side up-in a Left _{With Six ChildrenPfiy FLYNN'S DRUG STORE

too.. to' > .' ; visit with, Mrs.. Dorothy Bill Roberson and daughter in field.
'I Waters') and family enroute to Live Oak. '
Misses Alice and Barbara ,Northoft The teenage 'driveif evidently 220 Temple Ave. Phone 79 Starke Fla
Jacksonville are spending this: their new home at 74 Grace Drive, "Buford Higginbotham E. D. opetj thedoor.fgotiout'1+ and col- Alma Ricks Hopes ,

w/kek/ with Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison Homes West Palm BJgginbotham and- H A! Sweatof la l p d: She was: icht1l'tb i the

6 Beach, from Fisher, DA. Macolenny.' enjoyed, fishing atDoctors hospital but not admitted she
Nprth and family: ; ; ,as
,Plans are tetog."Wd< 'foe;, the i. Jack' Waters, !( Jjickspnvill() Iplet l :last Saturday morning .Was" not;hta-t.}: '; To' Provide Things Joe Wanted'

annual Vacation Bible School to, Mrs.spent Sunday with his mother and caught some very nice Investigating 'o fJcer"-, '%putyRussell The SORRENTO RESTAURANT
Dorothy Waters. His wife fish.
b& held at Long Branch Baptist Redding reported*no dam-
Church soon. The date will be and children are visiting relatives .'Mr.. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and aee to the vehicle. Mrs. Brown !

announced later. ..fat Savannah, Ga. family. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hig- was charged with failu ;;tp hay \W-OPijtil: qJi\
Mr..and Mrs. Bryant Stack of and daughter and Mr.
(Leon Wainwright and children gipbotham her vehicle under control.Mayor's .
pf Jacksonville visited with Mr Jacksonville were Sunday after- and Mrs. Junior Goolsby of BaldWin t' FRSY. JUNE 2.Q
noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud all enjoyed outdoor hamburger
slid I an -
Mrs. E.
H. Griffis and Miss ,
Mary Wilkes Monday Hart* and; Mr., and, Mrs. J. D.I 11 supper last Saturday night. Cou{ WAnIAN

Bell,and:family. : 'We were sorry to learn that
Friends of Mr. aadz Mrs H E. AND AMERICAN FOOL ,.
; Revival Services are being held Mrs. Mary Wellhausen became ill Yields CulpritTo tt|
Griffis will be
interested to learn
all of this week at the Maxville Sunday and had to be .
aij; church
pfji+ the marriage of the girl that Congregational Holiness Church taken home. Do hope that she County Delicious Pizza U. S. 301 North
stayed at their home and attended '
with Rev. Morgan of Green Cove feels much better now. r on- '* v
:Baldwin School this spring Matted Springs officiating. They will also i :Mr:aiid '"Eeon 'Hartis and. i 'the -
Bowman to J. C. Taylor ot i + Mr*. > i docket>Mayer's- court; t
103rd St. in Jacksonville on SatUrday other guest pastors.Mr. (children and Mr. and Mrs. Char- but turned over to Bradford
June 7th. We wish this -baby. and Mrs. Johnny Sweat and jl s Griffin of Jacksonville enjoyed tfStae4 f 4. 'prqung; couple much happiness. : and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. a trip to Jacksonville Beach 'LOuiS' D art; or 91( Pixie i St:,'21
Sweat of Macclenny spent Friday last Saturday. '

arid and of Mrs.Jacksonville George Johnson visited night with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. !t;h-Hiffffinbotham< ** apprehendedhursdak'9:15x; : ,: }>t ".

Higginbotham and family. I 'Mr and Mrs. Buford Higgin.botham .-, a gart'BiflyOyRrstteet# atithelll
My. Mrs. Doss
Higginbotham Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Godwinof t
66 in.
announce.the marriage oilheJ f lips service station Dean's f
and family last .
Saturday.Mr. Lakeland were guests of Mr. $' daughter.IMferle"EiarIe7,tgi'posso It'were'"ZO''ia! 'screw .... ..
and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson and Mrs. Sidney Harris and fam- .0(:;
"Milton W Cash of Jacksonville. driver and' large knife..-It is repotted _. t ,
-.. 11}"maxriace.was, slemnized-* that..Dean ha.\ admitted -'-,--- ,- -- \\1j .' ,
Alnia -Sicks 'widowed 1 'the
wdayrsniglt; ; June'14th. by'JudgeDavid1 several of-the'recent'robberies 'hiStarke ,' recently by accidental death of her

f y { .' M. lP 'OOtor-'tn, "Woodbine. ,; ,'' including that of StarkeBuilders b1 sbaDd,'" pictured with four of her six children. From left: ,. \ ... 0". .' 'I,

p. : Oa.;: The'bride" chose'for j. her Wedding Supplies, Farm1: Home Shirley.'. Jo- ,, .Alma Jean Joe Ct Jr.. and, Larry Joe,
Supply Johnson and two ouie i. Protect 'hOn1 ?
a'beautiful blue short formal '. your ,,
N'OTICEf and'wore' ""white1 accessories with City police; S Spicious''of Dean; What does:a''woman'of modest to crawL

i It;; Mrs.' Cash'was bdrn:and reared had followed' him- to. the service' ircuinStarice do.whed she sudr' Thea, : are the children: fo] and ail that's in iff!
station.. denly finds herself''a widow ,with whom Alma and Joe
in Max f11e having attended Ricks were V
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Ef ective1958' for quite'some'time: ;'has been employed _'Mayor's court; Bauran.: Clark,* a: question' perplexing uader .ans Joe'4; untimely, death. Don't overlook household contents when roa attest the

: aav'ar waitress'at the JDTruckStop charged 'with and pleading-guiftq circumstances,, but especially so When asked how she was gong value of your property for insurance purpose,B0 ; ..
11 4 St4d t .' btlr -Mri'Cash"-is: ;1 the'son to' public intoxicatlcA. He was when one of the.children.: Is still to manage) ; financially until tale you're covered for 'c ,

The. Florida Bank at Starke of Mrs..Vernie Cash of'Alubuquerqne fined. $27,or, five. days. recovering from:polio,.and another her social" security' and veteran's took everything you've bought ease

\. \ l tWill ,tfew.' Mexie He"was"'raised .'Another: case of-public intoxication 1$' a.''victim1" ,of cerebral palsy. pension payments started, Alma you out your last policy. If yott wan fcelp: is
4 t in' Albuquerque and attended was'against Virginia 'Pearl pluck-Womanthlike question of Ricks.said simply "We are stretch deciding how much insurance you need, call'"

Pay High School-there; He.'is presently O'Neal W! 9.did", not appear ana a Mrs. JoeRicks'whose ing everything. *
.. ':' '.' forfeited bond of 552.Uester ;: husband, 'a carpenteras HAROLD C. %WALL AGENCY
).aVH, I "'.h .. ( employed as,a truck; driver' "by The; lumber, company, refundedsoma I
t' M. Gatlia had two ; accidentally electrocuted
Red.Wing Carriers,. ,.Inc.: of, Jack- I money on the unused build.
.Savings Account Interest .''L' sonvi 1 They are making their. I charges against hiiD. 'reckless while: working at Kingsley Lake ing material. Joe had "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS"r - '

wme'with Mr. and Mrs. Higgin- I driving causing;an 'accident, 'and recently-you'Won't get a downhearted due and some of some his paj r 200 Call Street' Phone 146

} b x>tham. until'' July 1. when they nq"d driver's licenssn. He did not.appear answer' i friends sent money instead'man' y J Night: Call Harry: Rab|>, 536-x' .
Compounded plan to" move to Jacksonville.MatDdafHIgdon .- and'forfeited bond of $77 on "We're; going to get along and lowers to the oil I Starke, Florida
services. Classmatesf
1 ,KvJ .J the the do' that Joe s ...
j'}#> H>'4 t fc (&I.\ : ; Harley Hart- first and $27 on latter the things always the children in school also sent t -
'' charge V wanted to do.''for: the' children,"
.160. and Ricky Harris received the
January and 1 ,
July money as well as flowers. Altogether
... ... ,; :Citizenship'Awards'it'the 'Maxvjlle i For" allowing. unlthorteed. pas* Mis.'Ricki'stouElymafntafns. "I it
amounted to about
Ai t \\-v* *' >. f. \- :. I :School'' the past t rm.* son.. to drive:,and being involved in think I owe that to Joe," she adds $125Latefc

\ : At Two Per Cent Per AnnumFLORIDA I I. Mr:.'and'Mrs Lacey, Brown,,and an' accidentWalterBrooks'T; &i -
&. job. if
Lkrry:' Griffis' ,lofStarke were bond of $11>%' and did> not- apPearto ;1 JoeWas' killed, last May 28 she can arrangt
I defend his'casei when lie' came' f in contact with a -- ..
guests of Mr, ands; Mrs.. Lonnie ; : '" 1
Harris; Sunday, afternoon. i|! Leo:Julian, :'Thoinas:at Gaiiiesville lite'. wire while, using a powers
f I ., '. St..._. : wascharged with faimre to Vi'a' dock: construction job
ck .. r r: R: 1 "Mz:._.and; Mrs; 'Harry, Wflkinson > w GAY'S:
,have vehicle under
control' 4trthlataae
and family. and, Mrs: Geraldine at Iflngsley/ 1
k B MnOne k Padgett of Jacksonville were was'deferreoT' because he ;f'Forvtbeir: sit- children, ranging Home /B A1Ei I

ef'28 Banks'h' I ia.stni, in, the hospital, bit IS. to 11 Appliances'Your
Steyrk8ouidrNUooa ot Mr a : Mra, LWI I! agj from, ; years .
'- ...1i11t. Harris last Friday afternoon. Two charged'with rantinglight red months, Alma and'Joe'kicks had

Group were,J. G. Turner: andromlas'week'g'doc Juststajrted.tQ,enlarge, rebuild Friendly ,. .
We are sorry to learn that Mrs. -it-.nift"r *'nt*' -.0:
Ray Harris has been ill and had >tet,. Jame,.C. Me- ,tqf&J".'homey % few;, miles: east; of NorgeDealer f
Rae; Turner forfeited Mr $l2 Florida t are a better-food
Member Starke. Lumber had been purchased ,
Federal Deposit'1ns1U'8DC8 't o: be carried to the Macclenny
Corporation hospitalSaturday night. Hope bond. McRae was fined $12' or '1 the lawn newly, sprigged, .1t APPLIANCES L buy them evert Servo 'emof in a variety e..d

shoe l ft !much better. k *" days with sentence suspended. and itoine> of' the rebuilding' was ,, ways at all three meals and angi .

I Mrs. Dorothy waters Linda,:and underw ':** B Mw 40 WASHEBSCdLMiAN time too. Everybody shoul hare tWA.

t Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanley Hospital Admissions Joe, a. partally>disablad World eggs every day' for glowing good'
< War n veteran was'due.back for I HEATERS and health
md'children and Mrs. Bill Rober- | ,
.. [ ,wn',ancl. daughter enjoyed a picnic During Past WeekThe treatment',at 'the. Veterans' Ho .:. .I FLOO FURNACES

and swim at Earl ton Beach'! stFr1d8.1 following patients were admitted pital uV'Lali; Cftgibuiobtained; "
R, o. an extension inuorder to WeSe vIce M Makes %%r AeftM .... A
1I and also visited with;Mr. to Bradford County Hospital ., i. ; 's' .
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'pd Mfcs A. L.' Rehberg. during last week: finish th'e WOrk!ou the job atKingsley 1fAppIiances> .,..,.
.306 lhat clH I :_ _
I Charlie'Billiard of Heilbronn Ann William Peggy Lee. Mileyof ,
A_ ; ..
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13p s visited Mr. and Mrs!; H.: Lake Butler Anne Mae Unf- his life* r- ri viWH 10

E.r Gflf+tis and Miss Mary Wilkes fis, Josie Minton, Lilly H. Bias, But Airns$ Ricks has?learned to 1 'Starke, FloridafNEJ"

Sunday. Patsy Ann Carter Myron McKin- take th 1P'phUosoph1! a1Jy. It has ',

Hcos;Warmlng.Mrs4 ney of Raiford Julia C. Haisten, helped, her::
Gldyys. '''Copeland, Mrs. Kathy Silcox, 'Y rgie Harris of spot, because trpubj is, QQ

I F' Henry,Orilf and'Mrs. Earl Can- Hawthorne. Mae D. McIntosh of stranger to this' family.In :

flea entertained' Friday night. Lake Geneva Pajsy Lee Jones of 1954 their son Larry Joe, WRGR NEW!
Week-end 1 June 13, with a housewarming Raiford, InertU $ayor.ofu + ho*:"1 tfad'D6L'o', nd'he is: still m -

i for' their mother Mrs. Lealer stone Hfllght. an*Haven CjosDy need I > off.tJ; atmenfc The doctors H J' .
aa pi ..whp,,I centy} moved into>> Bateman o1 of-TalUhajsee. I si0+Hopei Haven Hospital in JacksOnville -

I IL IL4ip ( 1 r her new home....Games were played 'Also:die ,'Glisson, Rot I 'say diet much can'still CONDITIONED

tcomJ :apd. awarded!! .toMrs. ert DoVb* dt Laka iiuUer Mary 1 begone for the'lttle} fellow who HF&Ii'L i

Julia Griffis. Mrs. Gladys Kathleen WfipdMrrdj' WilCam G.' 'takes his difficulties without & i(''ffk1iE.!

? k't Copeland.. Mrs. Anabelle Harris Few of I( eyston;Heights, Jtasior :complaint. Hft wffl.return soon to I STUDIO $$50.00
Ginger Cannon after which 'aena befitted forfi leaf braces. Larry .
; 1 and; Leon Kersey* 1pa: Osteenrof; 1$ t r ]
drinks and cup cakes were served Lake BuU Margaret FrLstM ot says he like"'111S doctor and Is ; f

to Helen Cannon, Anabelle HarrIs -I Jackson &;Linda:Gibson, Samuel willing to dofwhatever he says. ., i i. ijcASTI C IN CASHLIVE

A ..5't Julia Griffis. Doris Strirk"nd.1 David Noncan ot-Lawtey, Annie Alma JeanHM has cerebral ft
Pea Cannon. Ginger Cannon I*- Laurie AsD of Ukfi."Butler(Annie palsy, and I*, helpless. Thel older L

., vern' Lucas, Elsie Mae Cannon, Laurie/ Howard ofsLaS Q. iutier: ,, giri?, Doris 3unei 15, and'Sylvia 1 j Y Ta Be Given

Gladys Copeland and Ida Lee Jamey Hebert +Jhiatgcy I Y.mira Ja 11, take*almost t fully ,charge : } .

\ : Griffis. k 4. Bunt G'&I1ea all nnet'JajEt\tla Afb wjjfjgi tfaey ark- m 'V

DONT..Foaom l. Janice Marie Brown and Susan school according to their mother. Atm
1- "'" Carol Sapp. They like to keep ;,Alma.Jgan !1 .110 Away

k Colored admissions were: Susie smiling and do everything'they; t AtGEM
: COKE,!' 1.011 Browning of Hawthorne, Samuel can-to make her happy 1-' i.i i ,

Brown Jr. of Lawtey LeRoy Now on the waiting Ifet# kt Son .. MtNUTES.

SUMMER CO Woods of Gainesville, Minnie Ola land TrainingSchooKin,,*Oain JEWELRYSATURDAYJUKE21
) Mosley Rosa La Ghent, MacKle esville Alma Jean will soon: \. Pittman. Naomi Parks and. .Evelina there where they doct&i havft reported r ; --V "'U.L. _

-. V SIGN OF GOOD TASTE' TAKE t \ Hayes of CampvOle.Oeaa. they can heIR!thJri ftttlgirl's '. ..... C. .
e.Meal u ws.wr nwn .w ..-tft' t ., -l \ for 4y muscular control. She. too _

.. Iottttd under authority of TlMCecchCoia Company by $ymPt toma'' ', ,\V Q A.l ate.d1i1cIf"< m PM. ':'t,"' .
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