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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079902:00019

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Edward"B. Taylor I Is A GCS BUSY POOL PLACE IS I Doubleheader Set I Deaf-Mute 110 Beats

The Green Cove Springs pool Another greyhound' racing

has really been a busy place doubleheader is scheduled for ,
Named GGS along with the snack bar. Saturday at the Orange Park

MayorEdward Pete Bethel manager of the Kennel Club.

snack bar; says that about fifty I The matinee, 10 events,

B. Taylor was named mayor of Green Cove Springs children were in the pool Sat- starts at 2 pjn. and' will offer Gangrene Keeps Leg
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at the annual re-organizational meeting of the city 'commission urday, 'He also stated that the I the daily double quinielas on I ,
cool weather undoubtedly kept every race and the highly rewarding -
on Tuesday night. He succeeds City Commissioner Allie I' -
some from using the pool and Big "Q" on the last
T. Ivey. in the crib Yankee raiders swept silently
with the advent of warm wea- two events. J I Hiding corn as
It was disclosed at the meeting that :at the annual municipal ther even more bathers shouldbe That night the single Ken- | across your father's Baker County farm going without food

election held on Tuesday .total of 62 persons voted. 'Commissioners taking advantage of the :I nel Championship race will i when they emptied the family larder, burying the meat In
I II y .E the field and then after and decade on decade of
be held the Marathon year year
newly remodeled pool and snack over
Marlin J. Marris and Allie T. Ivey had been -named in ,I
I course. picking cotton living in aany hovel-these are in the tan-
the Democratic primaries in February. This week's election bar.He I I
also stated that he had Eight owners, who have gled skein of re-collections of Lou Manda Mobley whose age
merely confirmed their nom1na.'t ons. heard many favorable comments +I I earned'I the highest point totals Is calculated at close to 110 years.

Others named in the re-organization of the City Commissionwere about the improved appearance I'from the three sets of earlier I I$ Miss Mobley. a deaf-mute who can neither read nor write

Ben Zellner. vice mayor and tax collector; Mr. Harris, of the pool from contests in this series, will was rushed to Duval Medical Center last Friday with a
gangrenous left leg. The leg would have to be amputated said
I vie for the honors with their
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youngsters using 6 km
clerk and Mr.
assessor; Ivey, streets and sanitation; and F. -
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Mrs.. Vivian Kenney, City very best distances entries. t r the doctors. No said Miss Mobley, emphatically wagging her
Warwick
Kenney, utilities. Clerk, said that two schools in i i iI' I Donald W. HowelL associ- head in disapproval. The leg was not amputated, and on Mon-

The Commission unanimously: resolved to send its thanks to Jacksonville have already asked ',ciate manager of the track, announced day the doctors called Miss Mobleys nice Mrs. James W.

State Senator Edwin 'GG. Fraser and State Representative S. : to use the pool later this Patrons Appreciation Smith and said she was well enough to come home.

D. Saunders for their part in the passage in the Florida Legis- I'month. The groups will consistof I, night will be held on Wednes-) wr: V ; Vr For the past three years Miss Mobley has lived with her
15 and then the neice and her husband a Marine veteran who has a job In
hundred to hundred day, May
lature of a bill which would allow the City of Green Cove to one one aI-I
and thirty children. ways popular Girls and G Duval County at $56 a week for a 7-day week. The Smiths
buy the abandoned Naval base through the issuance of revenue hounds program will be pre- also have with them their seven small children, and Mrs.

certificates any other financial arrangement that may be sented on Saturday, May 25. Pt Smith's mother Mrs Hattie Stratton. Mrs. Stratton, also a

worked out which Trill not involve any additional tax burdenon CLAY HIGH P.T.S.A. In last week's competition deaf-mute is the youngest of the 24 children of John Mob-
MEETS MONDAY EVENINGThe 3 her sister iss the ldest of the brood.
the tax payers of Green Cove. Omer Rawlings entries claim- ley
final meeting of the I ied 10 wins, eight seconds and According to a sign language which is apparently decipherable -
school year for the Clay High three shows only to Mr. and Mrs. Smith the two old women were

Florida's Youngest PilotGraham P.TJSA. will be held Monday, I E. L. Beckner bad seven victories ;as the daughters of an early sheriff of Baker Coantjr. At his

May 13." at 8 pjn. in the school with C. B. Scott and the death, in about 1900 the other children took, they say what
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Selick Jr., of Green Cove, made his first solo air- cafetorium. A program, featuring I(Red Fork Kennel had six wins Lou Manda Motley has just escaped the grim reaper by ar 1 was left of their father's estate and the two deaf mutes were

plane flight and was awarded a student pilot's license last the extra-curricular ac- each. I almost miraculous strength which no one can explain excepl t left to fend for tthemselves. Mrs. Stratton, the younger sister -

week on his sixteenth birthday. Young Selick, who still is not I ivities of the students, will be I After 19 night programs and to call it Divine Providence. She makes her home in a mall l ultimately married a deaf mute and. from this union

allowed to drive the family car alone, is an honor sophomoreat introduced by Bob Bradley, one matinee through last Sat- two-bedroom house in Green Cove with a niece and nephev 7 Mrs. Smith was born an only child.

Clay High. I student president. Mrs. Perry urday, the leaders were: In-law Tier youngest (of 23) sister and her niece's :severemail 1 Mrs. Smith's $56 a week is somewhat supplemented by $66

His interest in aviation began when he was 12 years old. i.Norwood and Mr. James Parker Kennel Win Place Show children. That 'makes eleven. a month paid by the Federal government to Miss Mobley in

That year he 'began building model planes and in a model are the StudentCouncil Rawlings 22 21 8 Lou Manda Mobely and her sister have spent their live:; old age' assistance and by another $91 a month paid to Mrs.

contest in which youngsters from most of the southern states and Interclub Council advisors Beckner 19 10 14 grubbing for an uncertain livelihood; picking cotton, plo wing Stratton in social security and old age assistance.Mrs. .

competed he walked off with three trophies; one for speed, Mr. George Carlisle will in- Blair :Brothers 17 14 19 P.o. :fields r living where they found a roof. Smith says she is afraid to spend any of the Federal

one for stunt flying and one for rat racing. A year later he stall the following new officers The eleven of them-Smiths and the two old ladies-:: exis't aid to the two old ladies because of her fear that an emer-,
of the P. T. S. A.: Mr. H.
was junior state champion In free flight planes built by hint MCDONALD on $56 a week earned by Mr. Smith and a monthly pittancin <<< gency may' strike at any time.
f Mr. MRS. NAMSD
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Robinson president
His flying instrutor since Christmas has been Gil Cabal- ; old age assistance to each of the two old ladies. But Mrs' The Smiths and their seven children and the two old Jadies-

don at Kay "Larken field, Palatka. Graham would like on Ed. Taylor vice-president; Mrs. MIDDLE BURG :PM Smith is afraid to spend the old age assistance funds_-fo:r live In a tiny two-bedroom house on Thomas Street In Green
Lester Rowe, secretary; Mrs. Congresman D. R. Matthewsannomiced
his graduation an appointment to the AIr Force Academy. feaar disaster will strike and she won't be prepared. Cove.
Ralph Milberger treasurer; the nomination of:
Lacking that, 'he will go to college and move from there -- ---
Mrs. J. C. Damron. historiaan. (Mrs. Edna M. McDonald as
either into the Air Force or commercial aviation.
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permanent Postmaster in Mid- rrThi land
is native
Last year he took first place in the district science fair In my :num .
Jacksonville with his ground effects FEW ASK dJeb-mg.
machine (air-car) in I _
:Mrs :McDonald was the,number -
civil
the physics and engineering division. When in the 9th :grade, Ray Chance County -
one eligible on a civil service rTi
he won the special Air Force award in engineering for his defense director reports that
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.of three qualified
rocket project in the district'science fair. This year lie did not very- few requestswere received register
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ida.tes.. Mr. Matthews observed
during the past month tar
enter science project-wanted to concentrate on flying real .
aircraft! _. for information. on civil. defense : that. .}1rs. McDonald' __
matters.'Pamphlets and! scare was one 'of :/the thigfoeot
He has financed his own flying lessons by grass 1Utiing.
house painting furniture moving and any odd jobs he could training coursesare\ available ever made by applicants for

obtain because he was not old enough for a work certificate to citizens on request at the post oftfiee positions in his con- t4ws
civil defense office in Key- trressioral district and stated
I to get a regular steady job.
stone. t.lathe felt confident she would

I During April, the rescue unit I render outstanding- service as r
VETS KEEP TJP
VOX POPULI: IT'LL participated in the following postmaster of the. Middleburg .fr.
GI INSURANCEThe ] Mrs. McDonald's.
office.
DE SHANDS AGAIN activities; an automobile fire; I post
mist:: serious problem facing a fire on' highway 100 northof I nomination will now be sub-
Senator Edwin G. Fraser veterans who hold GI in- Keystone; a stand-by tor- tr';.ted hy the president: of the

and St. Johns State Senator &neficirxy nado alert; a fire at Swan emte1or: ; confirmation. alb "s aa,
Verle Pope this week introduced listing up to date.A Lake, a fire at Brooklyn Lake; In jnakirg ''his recommendation a

a bill in the Florida recent survey disclosed that a stand-by for a parachute Mathews expressed' appreciation t

Senate whikh name the new 49 percent of GI politryholders'iad jump by Army Reserve spe- to Elvin M. Saunders
bridge over the St. Johns some fern of error in their cial units when they pickedup "QT: the efficient service he has Two Family Portraits
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River after S':ar. s family Senc.'xriary listing,: ard: in one- one man with a broken rendered during the past several -

who built the old foridfre as a third of the cases the major leg; a stand-by for first aid mor-iCis as a-tir j postmaster. -

private enterprise and \vh"n ? ervifi' iaxy: had to be e::'-''rvrsd, during the cancer drive pic- Mr. Saunders Trill con- V

it failaed to pay it was tak- B. J. G;.'-ron, officer KI .tf9fe, nic and baseball game; a fire t.1nto serve in .t[ is capacity __ :_ I

en over by tihe State. v A Office i J.cfcsonrille! re. on highway 100 norh of Keystone -ntil lt'S.att1.\ s appoirt- wf s
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Middleburg's Three Sisters, surrounded by members of The S. Bryan Jennings family were there in force.

W. S. Lee airs. W. S. Seated L to r.. are: Mr. and Mrs. Jennings and Linda Odtun
4 : their faniUy. Seated, 1. to r. are: airs. ,
: their granddaughter. Standing, L to r.. are: Mrs. Gordon
Oliver and Airs. Forsard W.Budington. Standing, L to r., are:
Sandridjc Mr.\ Sandridge a daughter of Mr. and Sirs. Jennings -
MrsE.. IL Msrcan E. IL Morgan Trtrs. Oliver's son Sirs. Sandy Sandridge, Mrs Walter Odum, another daughter

Charles Gerding. Sirs. Morgan's daughter' all of Jacksonville of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Mr. Odam and Walter Guy Odam,
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-L -. V J and the Ber. Tom Gerer. pastor of the church. Jr.
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Approximately 200 natives be chosen by election. although there Is no record of ,some time Jn April 1872. most

J I from far and At an election held on Octo- I I an election for its removal .of the books and papers belonging -
-' :: : of Middleburg
ber 3r 1859 the vote for a per- from Webster nor was the to the offfee of the

-t. wide returned to their town manent county seat gave Magnolia change authorized by legisla-. clerk of the cireuft court disappeared -

V R on Sunday for the anneal 33 irate; Mi3dtebr 75; I tive enactment. from the "very insecure -

V homecoming services -and picnic McRae House, 68; aad -..ThitesTffle There seems to have been house at. the county site"

x / ,ate luncheon at the iCdfle-. 9. HcRac: Hous; located :some ikuldurgery afoot about in Webster in which they
vr 4. In WhitccTifle a settlement !the time of the moving of the were houi ;* Z. burg Methodist Church. about 2 adzes northeastof courthouse. Several citizens of repossessed by the county B.

_ : : The chtrrh. Triith is the Middleburg. Therefore. M. Green Core deeded two lots to M. MeRae.: clerk at the time

'-z-- oldest Methodist congregationin J. Murphy Judge of Probate i the county commissioners for of the dteMppearance. stoutly

'-& 1- continuous operation in the combined the two and declared -' the nominal consideration of denied any eomptteitty in

State of Florida was filled for WhitesvIIle the county seat. $1.00 and on the condition the act. Is this the McRae of

4 The name of the new county that the 'cororhlssidneii'use'tht Rae House? No information -
tx the services hich ware con
V seat was promptly changed lots for :af County A dile and i can be found on McRae
: 11-V ducted by the Rev. Tom Geyer -' to Webster. Clay County was for a CourtJHouSe' and{ Jail,'* House or McRae, but it would

r tY..t V: sinister. 0 predominantly Whig and it Is and thet'they construct the sesem be was one of the eoun-

.xK fLV The history of the Middle- supposed: that the county was said courthouse and jail **within : ty's earliest "wbeelers-and-

burg Methodist Ch: ch' and named for Henry.Clay and the ja. reasonaable length of dealers."
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of the seat i iI time." "five years from Mkfcttebarff and its
V 1t the town of Middleburg are name county pos say church
inextricably entwined. Middle- 'I jsibly aoaared Danaiel Web- the date hereof have ReD aDd participated in :

z. -1 burg was the original .county: S+.p.. W. B. White of Greed Cove quite a bit of day County's
: : seat of Clay County 'when The last mention of the agreed to provide suitable history. It is Interesting te..

the county was formed in 1858 court house being at Websteris rooms "for the use of the note that attbeuftb it wad .

from a portion of Duval and in' the certification of a recording county officers until a court- never the permanent cOunt --

a sties.=T'-1: jarfc of P,utnazn..coun- -of a" I dom."3t the houseshould be erected." seat, it remains who the ctizeas -
In 1859 Middleburg was courthouse In.WebS '* on The change of. the', .county ,'at, WhM 4 faaave""picked

named temporary county seat i Marph' 4. !i..:In 1872 the seat was not acceptable to all up their teats and siIehty"std1fcii -

until a permanent: : orier:could i county? seat-was at,Green Cove citizens: of Clay Couhty.Af: away." .


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ry ; a1J r Blk. 45 as rec. in Deed 39 4- > ? .: h""?", .__1.. ,.. '. .J

:>'r-1 Book Farm 82.Land Page 19. Fla.. 40 45 ?5 2aE. '. t : T '",(".J": .-

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i ':.:* Notice is the 3rd of June 1963. at Green Cove Springs.County I Co. 46 ; ,' .. .. ) t
mazli2 t'6t public hereby given that on day .
/.1"TL hold the : : no less. applicable : Part of NE 4 as rec. in .. ,..IjJl

the of Clay. State of Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described O.R. No. 34. Page 162 .
honesty is always: rec. in O.R. No.
ex.
than V T%to" private affairsthat. land to pay,the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same together 47. Page part 157 14 'SSE 3982 Durham Arline .. ... 1" 5. to.t

b st'D oliey.- ; : with all costs of such sale and all advertising. In the lists following S stands3for sec _a:: Part of NEU as rec. InDeed ,i
No. 44
Book Page
;; *. .'.;, ..;. i GEORGE WASHINGTONBoy's tion; T for township; R for range and A for number of acres. "3 -'. 26! .. 14 6 25B ... 3984'. Bert Hocks ... ....... I" Mif:
Part of NE% rec. In. *
., .. ." 112-. O.R. No. 45. Page as 149.. 14 .6 25E 3990 Thomas Huggins ;i .. ;,'MM'. 646k,. :

J Taxem& Part of NE\i as rec. InO.R.
Best Friend Asse.sed Vale O.t No. 41 Page 307.. 14 6 25B 3991 Willie JamesTroutman
_.. ...Y DescriPtioa S. T. R. A. Fall same j ... .. ... 299 76.14
Lot 1. Kingsley Lake Vile 20 .
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'I1y=y 3000 102.72 Part of NW" as rec. In '
lage S/1J .l 6 ME 335 Louie L. Wainwright -
: behooves every Lot 1, Elk. L, Kingsley 20 Deed Book No. 91. Page. .. I9' -, -ii.8l
Mother's Day again and it 14 6 Z5E' i 4003 Julius Benton ... .
292 .
Now .comes Lake Village S/D 21 6 23E 351 C. D. Downing ..... 100 4.54
into the record ssome '. Part of NE i of NW ,i asrec.
God-fearing editor in the land to get Lots 10. 11. 12 & 13. Elizabeth : in Deed Book No. .
each & part of 'J
candled' bit about mother. S% of S% of NEK as .. B.32.Holland Page 7'..ex. part to 14 6 25B 1 4018 3lattle Rolland .... |ll-H 5.54.
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noted here that it is far easier, the ground rec. in Deed Book lOll, :* MT *. J* ; i :
It should be ', Part of NE 4 as rec. in 1C % .
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88 & O.K. /4021 .. *
about mothers-in-law and Page No. 24. OR. No. 23. Page 102.. 14 6 25B : .- Rufus Holland ... ; &l
editorial Lazarczyk 1000 36.51
65 -
more fertile, to write an Page 6 8 23E 474 Anthony

or step.mothers. There it is possible: to take a strong and yet I West Crystal 10 Lake ft. of Hts.Lot. 12* 7 8 23E 54* 'Wade C. Ellis Jr,-.. 100 4.54 Part OR.of No.NE4 13. Page as rec.340.In. 14 6 25B 5. 4028 Durham Arline ... .. 19 4.- $:{

non-controversial stand. But who can say anything about Lot 27 as rec. in O.R. No. ""* SEH of SE"4 of NWtt & ." ;... .of.; .. .
havea 31, Page 275. Crystal .- 4 '- 't part of NEK of SW34
good some are bad; some : 7500 255.59 in O.R. No. 32. .'., :
mothers in general Some are Lake Hts ... .1 8 23E 562 Julian E. Johnson. as rec.
good cooks, others can't or won't Part of NW>4 as rec. in" '..; -. -. J..', ". ;!, Page 171 ex. pt. rec. InOR. ,'1' .. _: .'
sense of humor, some are Deed Book 101. Page No. 42. Page 93.
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.cook 420 Deed ex.Book part rec. in '. 47.No.Page 46. Page 430 6 4 26B G' 4183''Mission': Village. 'Ine. M+9 1x16.'
having 101. Page
:The, late Gertrude Stein, who is generally regarded as 422 10 % 23B 20 663 Bernard K. Firth Jr. 400 16.20 SH of NEU of NBU of c '.. : ::.' :.' ,'" ",. t.. ,
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'had the greatest single impact on contemporary American Lot 12 as rec. in O.R. No. 10 NW 34 as rec.321 in.O.R. 6 4 26B 5 L.. 4187 North Florida Lands
1, Page G8, 11 .. '.. No. 29. Page ....... &M. 32,46
(or ended) with the McKay's ..,--. ', Co. : .... ..
began
writiftgw :"once; wrote a poem that S/D 1 14 8 23E 708 Louis B. Farvin: 3000. 103.22Kay's : A In : : .l. +
of Tract rec.
quite literally, a Lo 7. Parcel 3-A. Mc- ; Part as ........ H.W 772f
This was. H.II.'Clark:
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A. is rose" 502.. 6 4 26Ej4200, !!
line is a rose a OR. No. 31. Page
: ; rose SID ... ... 807 Malcolm Pringle.. 3406 116.21Lot .
When questioned (by the a' Lot 16, Blk. 3 as rec. in ., ..
rec.. *. .
landmark in American literature. 14. Parcel 3-A, as OR. No. 23. Page 432. '\" 7.r \ : "
callow college boy) about in OR. No. 25, Page Unit No. . t
editor of THE CRESCENT. then a 283. McKay's S/D 814 Jack G. Mahoney. .. 500 18.58Lot Meadowbrook 4266 Harry E. Whittle)*!. '4,W Mt.S
that everyone knows what a 26, Parcel -A. 1 .
what she meant, she explained as Lot 7, Blk. 10 as rec. inOR .:
want to put a picture rec. in OR. No. 40 i. No. 37. Page 516. .
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rose looks like so why describe it. If you Page 214. McKay's SID 825 Kenneth G. Edwards :500; 18.58 Meadowbrook Unit No. .

reader's mind just repeat the word often Lot 3, Blk. 1 & Lot 10. ,> .., 2 4416 Susan N. Kohler. .. 4M4 tiT:" '
of a rose in your Blk. 3 as rec. in O.R. .,
enough and he'll get it, sooner or later.A No. 45, Page 29. Sandy Lot 11.. No.Blk.45.10 Page as rec.340.inOR. i

God bless them all. I Shores 2 .. 10 8 23B 835 Nellie M. Riddell..., 2000 69.86Lot Meadowbrook Unit No. I
mother-and "'
mother a mother is a 4, Blk. 1 & Lot 9, 2 4420 Francis E. Layeock. 4&W 144C

RIV: .. 3 Sandy snores :2 10 8 %.T* 836 Amile \";. Freidlin... ;2400;: 82.41' .;. Lot 8. Blk. 1. Bellalr Unit "
Lot 66 to 69 Ine.. Blk. p. No. 1 4467 Com.t '}lomes. In ::\'. 30 '1W.0

Many Lakes S/D .' H 6 23E 932 E. V. Sutton .. :. ... 100' 4.54 Lot 10. Blk. 1. Bellair .. -
ottiktur Farms 39, 40, 41 & 42 ;"; 4467E Cornet Homes Inc.. 360 1>3.2*
ree. In O.R 29. Page 56 Jrl\io'B\tt.i; : \ : Bellalr

ex. part ree. In Judgment Unit No. 1 4467FComet Homes. Inc.. 3990 tH.N

Leln record No. Lots 29 & 30. Blk. 5. Bel .- .
by DUNCAN GRONERI 1. Page 193 & Plat'No.. .. lair Unit No.1. ... 4528 .Bellview Builders
Lo6t agfo'U9..:. ,. .. .. 11 8 3E 11 936 Bernard P. Parrish. 500 2008 1 Inc. .. .... ...... ... 8*M MAI: ;
sinking feeling that Nelson Rockefeller has just 1 iha, LchLommond N. 330 ft. of NWK of .

have a to the Presidency of John SiD _. ... 11 8 23E 940 Bernard P. Parrish. 4200 143.35 NE'4 of SW% as rec. I.. ,. .
doubly assured the re-election Lots 10, 11 12 Loch in OR. No. 1. Page 336
Lommond SID : 16 8 :3E 941 Bernard P. Parrish.. 1350 46.86 ex. part of SW>4 as ', '-
Fitzgerald Kennedy.For Lots 13 10. 33 tnaLoch .
ir In O.R. No. 41.
rec.
Governor Rockefeller has been until last week-end,, Lommond SID .. .. 16 8 233 942 Bernard P. Parrish.. 6000 204.29 Page 99 7 4 26E 4555 North Florida Land ., i

the nation who might, conceivably Part of SW's as rea In t t n.. '. .> CO" .." .. "..... 540 2-0.98
the one and only Republican in 0.R No... 50, Page 312. 17 8 23E 974 Harry H. Hazen.. 200 7.92 Lots & 12 & N. 60 ft. 27 .
Lots 9 & 10. Tower' Hill 5000 Lot 28 .
defeated the President. of 31. Blk. 3. .f
have double in SID .. .... .. ? . .. 17 8 3E 983 Robert H. Jackson.. 9&0 34.33 i Orange Park 33 s
What Rockefeller has done, in effect was to Farms 38 & 43 ez part Acres 34 4 26E 4599 Richard C. McGee .. 10f00 34StsLnt

derring-do of both Edward Duke of Windsor rec. In Deed, ,Book 69, I:. !. ;.$ 18 as rec. in OR. No.
spades the political Page 59 &. Plat Book .._ 47, Page 360 & No. 48.
and Mr. Kennedy. No.6. Page 32 .y. .17 8 Z3E 18 1000 Bernard P. Parrish. 400 15.70 '. Page 408. Robinette

Part of 8W14 as rec. In S/D 42 4 2 SE ..J4684: 'Dawkins Building &
the uncrowned -
that
There are some still alive who will recall Deed Book 10.9, Page 'i Supply So. . 609 25.79

Vm defied the custom of his nation for the love 155 . . :. . 11 8 23E 1005 Ward Price .. . .. 500 18.58 Lot 13, Creighton Forest 43 ;
Edward
H. Barwl-ek-eoo 68.86
husbands before she met Lot 7. BaycircleSID .. 11 8 23E 1039 Ralph E. Danson 2000 68.36 S/D 44 4 25E 4754 Howard
of a woman who had had several Part ofV% as ree. In Lot 9 as rec. in O.R. No. 28

of Britain. Very obviously, Edward thought O.R No. 7. Page 653. 18 8 23E 1195 Donald S. Lawrence. 200 7.92 20, Page 63, Westover 44 W. Rockwood 550 120.16
the heir to the throne of Lot 11 as rea In 0.12. No. 23M 1275 Wilma C. Todd ... 2700 93.07 S/D 45 4. 26E 4848' Perry
thought he could have Wallis Warfield Simpson and the crown 4Z. Page 199L South Lot 15 as rec. in O.R. No. 28

England.' too. But in defying the deeply entrenched customof Part Shores of NW'4 SID No as: 1.rea:: .inDeed 18 8 SID 11. Page.%*10..Westover 45 44 4 2U 4854 E. A. Turner .. .. ... 7690 262.01

the British peoples-that their monarch's personal life was Book 88 Page 115 20 8 3E 1321 Ira Jean Harris .... 800 2823 Part of Lot 4 as rec. In .
Book No. 104.
Deed
Lot 3, Rldgefleld Park .. ... .. 50 3.3-S
to be unsullied-well, pretty much so anyway-Edward guess- SID 1 .t.. .... ... 31 8 UE 1569 Louise Edwards .. 2000 68.86 Page 261 4 5 26B 1. .4911' "Albert Segal

throne. Part of SN'4 as ree; In Part of E% of NBU, as t' .
ed wrong and lost the : Deed Book 54., Page 372 rec. in O.R. No. 31,

In running for the Presidency. Senator Kennedy defied the & 0.11. No. 10. Page 521 32 8 UE 1652 Robert L. Rozear;; ... 4000 137.08 Page 108 6 5 .26BS 4939 Albert J. Boyles f.. 1210 42.28
In the White Part of SE34, as rec.- In Part of Gov. Lot 5 as rec.
Catholic 11.31
American prejudice against a Roman Deed Book 52, Pages; in O.R. No. 20. Page 583 23 26B 6030 Donald A. Fullerton. 300

doing he collected the vast bulk of the Catho- 325 & 72. Page 3&1 .. .. 33 8 :3E U 1662 Lillian A. Wright.. 4MO 137.03 Part of Lots 4 & 5. Tra- --- "
House. In so _
Part ef S'% of NE34 as Grant as rec. in
lic vqtethe vast bulk of the votes of anyone else in any kind of ree. In O.R. No. 30. O.R.very No. n, Page 322.. 39 5 26B 7 .V.-5292 Hubert Sharpless ... 3090 1"U

for the simple reason that he was. Page 447 . ..-. .. 34 8 23E 1714 Joseph W. Hartsfield 1000 35.51 Part of Lot 1 as rec. InO.R '
minority, and still others Part of W',4 of S'V%, as No. 43 Page 495 of '

Roman Catholic the underdog candidate. He won by rec. In Deed Book 73. the Stafford Clarke "
as a Page 11 ............ 34 S 231 1737 Lillian A Wright... 500 18.58t : SID of Lot 10. Travers

the thinnest of margins. Part of $E34, of SE34 as . ,.. Grant 39 5 26B ..J 5314 Domestic Finance 13.31
Service Inc. ..... 30
Governor Rockefeller has defied both custom and preju- rec. In OR. No. HI Page ,
'(against 648 .. .. .. ;;::.. .-. ;;. .. 26 4 24E' 1969 Jimmy B. McLendon". 50' S.U" Part of Lot 10. Travers .
dice. As a candidate of the Presidency he would lose Part of SE 34 of SE 3i, as 'm '. Grant as rec. in Deed 39 8 26B 6 5344 Harley,Mitchell..
Book No. 26. Page 392
other candidate, whatever his religion) the bulk rec. In Deed Book No. .- Heirs .. ... .. ..... 150 T.22
almost any .
"
103. Page 51a : i.S 4 :4E 1971 Avnor Hatcher ....: 50 3.35. '
of the Roman Catholic vote, a high percentage of the Anglo- Lot 18 as tee. In 0.12.. No. ': ..r. Lots :3 I & 4, Blk. 10 as rec. 4. ...
; v -"; In O.R No. 6. Page 32. :.: : .
.,
.. 16. Page 294 Lazy .i- '
and _. '
Catholic vote much of the fundamenalist_. vote, fon top Acres Unit No.1.. .... 11 5' 24E"' 2048 "David ,'Waters....,....),4.500" 11.51. ; .": ) -' Fleming Island Estates. : i.at. 1:1- 5477 James T. Summers 300 12l8t4T
.
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>
great'proportion of the inde- Lot. %Lazy AcreS'TUnU. i .- -t. .4 ; .
oft all that, I would guess a No.1. .. .. :. .1... 11 5. :4E- -,(.. ". 2051 N. R. Majoretals: .... .5150 51.94 11..f Lots 25 & 26, Blk. 10 as' + .. ,;*.
pendent women who will suspect that he'changes wives like Part of Gov.. Lot 8 as rec. '':j : *! ;'! If rec. in O.RNo.. IS. $ s M- -+ .'.r ,

change their underwear. In 0.11. No. :1. Page 31 11 5 ';. u:,' ","L. : I ,: 2067 '-:George W. Roberts.. '. 200 7.92 I/ '. land Page Estates 101.. Fleming S"/D .Isis _..._- ,. .-6481- Ruth TVIlson-. ., .,.. 30 12.31
ordinary people Lot 5 as No. ;, I.; .. : ..... 1- : : '
} J"
not saying that Gvernor Rockefeller's private life 44. Page e.4:8.0.IjI 11 Lots 6 & 7. Blk. 12 as rec.
I
am Creek Estates SID .o. 12 5 %4E'r. 2132 Norman. B. llorehouse 809, 28.73 In OR No. 3. Pare 335. .

will or 'would affect his capabilities as President of the Unit- Part of Gov. Lot 2 .s rec. ... :- H" : ..:.' SID FlemingIsland. .. .. Estates 5503 E. S. Legge ....... 39 12,31

ed States. I am only trying to assess what his chances mightbe Page In Deed 29 Book.. ....No......106.... 14 5 :4-E 2254 James .W. Harsey... .1500' 52.44 Lot Island 11. Blk.Kstates 13. SID Fleming. I 5529 Annie Groves .. ... 150 6.22
thus far
against an incumbent-even one whose record Part of Lot 7 as rec. In ;
2tE .. 2284 Fro Frisbee200 7.92 Lot 11. Blk. 8A. Fleming
U 5
0.11. No. 81.
does not put him in the class with Woodrow Wilson or Part or NE34 4-9. Page a8 rec. inDeed Island Estates SID .. 5648 Emory D. MeMllltan.S671 150 6.22

Franklin Roosevelt. Mr. Kennedy I believe, is the clostest thingwe Book 85. Page ., 5000 Lots Fleming 19 & Island 20. Blk.Estates 14A. ... .'.t .
394, O.R No. U. Page 3911.8t
Helen O. Johnson
have"had in recent years to James Buchanan who is reputed 222, 36 Page 5U & 545 22 5 24E 2318 George W. Roberts.. 2000' 69.86 Farms SID .13. 14. 15 & 16. : r -t ;, f

to have been a charming and very handsome man. His Part of SW'4 of SW 34 of Wolfe's SID 8 626E.. ._.un Albert. Schlemein.... 1500 51.94
NE% as rec In 0.11. No. -
trouble was he could never make up his mind to any course 44. Page 194 .. ...... 22 5 2tE 2336 George Roberts. ..... 1500 52.44 Part of In SWU O.R.of SE No.% 30.as

of action and stick to it. His vacillations almost certainly Part or Book NE% as 107.ree.Page inDeed Page rec. 173 '8 6 -. ,%liE F- "nl .Guy'.S. Hillers .... 150 52.44

created the greatness that we have come to know of Lincoln. 110 .. .. .: . 22 5 2tE 2 2344 James Reese: ........ 100 5.04 E34 O.R.of No.Lot 38.33 as Page rec.591.In w.:

Part of NE3 as ree. In ..
.
The trouble is not that Rockefeller is indispensable. It Is Deed Books 66. Page SID Bradley.and Triplett 8 '6' "* 26B--- 5821 Otfs R. Gosser .. .. 1S4K 52.94

that the alternatives to Rockefeller are somewhat frightening.The 37 part& ree.103.In Page Deed 278 Book ex. Part of NW 4 of SW% as
in O.R. No. 40.
alternatives quite plainly are Richard Nixon. Barry 67, Page 414 & 110 rec. 9 6 26B ,,5885 Edward W. Starr.. 30 11.81
515
...... 200 9.92 Page
Page 126 . . . : 22 5 2481 2350 Frank Presha -
Goldwater and George Romney. Nixon is an extra-ordinarily Part of NE',4 ... . .. 22 5 24E 2371 Tommy Silcox ... ... 409 ., 14.20' Part rec.of in NW Deed% of Book SW% No.as .

smart politician. The difficulty there is that everytime Nixon Part NE'as rec. in 104. Page 227 9 6 26E 5891 )l. E. Mullins .. 39 11.81
edf .... lOt 4.54
Book .6Z, Page 341 22 G. 24E 2374 Nelia Mae King Part of NEK of SW% as .
gets up on a political platform someone starts talking about Part of N% of NWT( as rec. In OR. No. 34.

his brother Donald and Donald's big league lend-lease pro- rec. In Deed 457 Book 109. Page 85 9 8 lIE : 6896' P. :)1. Hopkins .. .. 490 137.08
& part
Ul ex.
Page Part of NE%, of SWtf as .
In short. Nixon is a highly con- in O.R 51 Page ,. .
with Howard Hughes. recv. "
gram : .
: :. . 5 lIE 1% 2392 John H. .Jackson.H 150 7.72 rec. In O.R. No. 44,
the 30 . . 22 9 ,6 26B 5898 Carl E. Meeks 29 8.42
troversial political figure who will I hope. stick with Page 122 & 123 '
Pt of N% of S'\V: as Part of Gov. Lot 3 a* rec. ? S:
New York law firm he is about to join. rec. In 0.11. No. %9. In OR. No. 3'. Page t
Page 332. . . 22 5 2tE 2 2398 William T. Bennett. 100 5.04 19' 30 6 26B '5998 Quincy. Truett. 19 5,04
Barry Goldwater may very well be the owner of the finest S of NW%, as '.. .
Pt. or % Part of SE4 of SR% asrec. 3>'
today. But rec. in O.R No. 31. O.R. No. 46 ; '- .
United States Barry in '
the i./iJ--
mind in public life in Page 4 . . . 22 5 24E 34 2410 Willie Lee Jones .. 100 5.04 f Page 432 34 6 26E t..; _.... 1061 M. C-ennln-ffS, ..... 19 6.32:
'i'O.R
Goldwater thinks it's 1880 and he cannot convince enough Part of ro\V% a8. rec. in Part of Lot 3 as rec. in +
Deed Book So. 106. 44 .. 2 1 26E 1% 6116 Dld..Aecepta"
No. 34. Page
voters to trust him that it's 1880 to be elected though he is Page 15' .. . . 22 5 2tE 2417 Sinclair Jackson. 100 5.04 Cerp ... .. .... .2W Hat

a highly articulate man. Part of SWV. ofy% as ,. '': Pat of Gov. Lt 4 as rec. 'car, .tiL .
re-e. In Deed Book 102. in O.R. No. 28. Page Si 6 .
George Romney who put American Motors on the map Pages 332..3I4.,...... 22 i 24E 2421 Melvin Presha .. .. .. 250 10.12 rec. In No. 32. oil 1
ex part
UU 1(. C. )ennlq. ... Ii$ 7.M
7 26B
2
Shores .
the first American compact car, is still untried as Gov- Lot 9. Black Creek: 23 Page 638 .
with SID .'.::.::.;;;:... ... 26 5 2481 2456 Myron LeFevere .... 500 18.01 Part of G+v. Lot 4 as rec. hn''jl. .
6140V .
ernor of Michigan and if he ran for the Presidency prematurely Lot Z. Black Creek Shores in OR No. 31. Page 144 2 7 26B. J, MeCrarr 90 1SJM42JK
sacrified goat. roo. 2 . . .. .. .. 23 5 21E 2490 Wesley Cooper ..... :54>> .n Part of Gov. Lot a as r.c. ..* "
earth but
he would be nothing on a Lots 8 & 9. Black Creek In O.R. No. 41, Page 390 2 7 26E 6149 Domestic Finance

The Kennedy family has had its share of soiled linen. The Shores No. 2 . .. 23 5 2SE 2492 Albert Thornton .. ,400." 14.70Lot .SerY1te. Ine. .-'it.1211 : '.
28. Black Creek Part of Blk. 4 as rec. In
President's father was a wheeler-and-dealer of the purest; Shores No. Z .. :.... .%3 5 2681 2497 J.L.A. Plunk .. .. .t. 500 18.01 d"e" ; ;:' Pva 'f .:. ", ; .& WH ..,

ray serene ,The President's brother, who now sits in the Unit- Lot Shores 33. Black No: 2 Cteek'.:. . ... 23 5 26E 2499 Oscar Hayes ........ 500 18.0S Springs 456. .Con ..f.; ;. 6570 E. F. Andersen I{ftIt.- 4f0. ',Mt'"

got sacked from Harvard for having some- Lot 34, Black Creek Lot 1. Blk 1 as .,- '
States Senate Part of ,
ed 2500 Mark Green .. .... 500. 18.08 ', :. ,
could" Shores No. 2 .. ..... 23 5 UE In Deed Book II. .
knew he rec.
when he
else take an examination for: him Lot 35, Black Creek'Shores inDeed .
one .n "500 Page 87& ex. pt. rec. -
it. The President's own handling of the news at the No. 2 .. ..... 23 5 26E 2501 Thomas A. Smith ... 1I.0S Book 100. Page .
not pass Lot 36. Black I Creek Cove.4' ,,;.: # .
Green
time of the ,Cuban crisis (one of them. I do not. offhand, recall Shores No. 2 23 5 21E. 2502 Roy K. Brannoh .... 500 11.08 Springs 269. South. pt" :1571 Clinton L. Bra.c1'. HIt ,9JHj.
.
it was) left a very great deal to be desired. He deceived Part orVI4 of SW' as Part of Lot 1. Blk. 1 as \IJ', ,, *. -'' .
which rea In Deed Book U. rec. In Deed hook 10. .:-- :--:- -
admission though he Page 158 ex. part rea '.3.' -. -.
the'American people, by his own Page 269. South Green ;:
24.44,
In 0.11. No. 50. Page ; 6S72 Clinton Bragg ..... 64' .
now says that it was a perpetrated effort to confuse the enemy 528.. ... . ... .. .. 18. I 2tE 2865 Emma J..Rhoden. ... -500 19.58 Went Cove part Springs of Lot J. Blk. ." .... "
..
.
Lot 25. Blk. %. Saunderlee In O.K.: No. _'" rd
; Some confusion. SID . ... . 13 4 25E 3003 James E. Garrison.. 500 18.08 11 PaeSit as rec. ). Palmer &

Perhaps the customs and prejudices of the American people Part of SE34 of NE'4 as 45.Ferris Tract 4.R. .' .:..'..., 665-....*.,,:"Charles J. WfdMf".. .. >*'* ....te

are more susceptible to logic than I think. I cringe at. the rfI: .OR.: .No.: 10, Page..,. n 4 2SE. I.. 3136' C. E. Adams ......;:..: 3S00""' .' 120.16 sreG Part us of rec.Lot .K.Deed Blk.Book 191 ::**";;-""K .*i .": 1T.:.-,:;"1
.
:
g6655XLester
NW' ,
". .
of SE34 .s : PaIn.ce
:
of '
Part
would surround one :such 60. Palmer .
prospect of, the rabble-rousers who ..... In 0.11. roo 21 'S .,* i No. 3/. . G. .
Senator Goldwater. whether he repudiated them or not, .., Page 35 :. ...:.:. ..!: U .4 25E '1.- F U12,. Mid StateCol, .t-s"p': ; l'In .211- .- ..s.u. :.( & Ferris Blk.Tract m ex. pts. '* r .. !a. .'. ... .A.
as Part of Gov. Lot 1 as'ree.. A : ... Lot ,A. _

f. O.R No. 22. Pare .; a. ''>-, '" .} r,":;.:' ,..' '..;::;.-'. ,. ... : refc In Deed 103 Book Page 79. !; ... ..., ,...--__ 4 .- __ ___....
PUBLISHED EVER THURSDAY J 10' ez pt. ree. lu O.R. : : + Page 85, : }"---' _x ... ..--- --- .......-.
5 No. U. Page no .. . ,21 4 25E -,43379.. D. F. Crlttnd.en 4-. .:- 'J.O lL31. 118. OR. "No. 1 Paee1S6 ,. 's .. .
: $. '
28 :; -
BY Fart of Gov. Lot t as recz, .' A No. 6 Pale -.... .. : & :_... "
.VI :! .- ..3310''James E. Barrentine 1100.:3&01 S-.. Palmer &. Ferris Tract i, .. ''UU.W'to B.l&li Lucaa. p? c. r ..,_
; U. 4 25E .
In 0.R J'o. 49. Page 190 ; _
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INC. ,
PRESS. 5
all Lot
CRESCENT : -.r { a''V ETly % Lot 4 & IJ
Lots 41 & Blk. 3 ;
t. U. : U. ; _. ; :
Gr_n Cove Springs Florida 11$ Doctors Lake Estates' -1J'" as rec. In O.R. No. 25.ft \.. 1, ; >s;wr:'
\
SID as r.c. In O.R. Xo. 2i 4. 25 Wilkinson Hyema ". .
Phone 284-3166 U. Page 413 ......... U 4 n 3517 George B. Spencer. ..- 60* 22.41 Book 4. Page Add.57. .Plat 6711 Irene Neal ..... .... 240* ";.p.34'

Lots 1 & I. Blk. 5. Doc26 4 25 .
: 165
Part of Lot H. Blk. 't ... .
3537 J. R. Shnman 14.70 : "
ton Lake Estates SID U 4 2S -*, ,4001Z -.
1' as rec. In O.R. No. 44. j">. :
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Lot 12 as rea In O.R No. Z 5 25 Page 46. Palmer & .....:.
U. Page it!. Oak Park U 4 25 .' .. Ferrta Tract ... ': j,"'[,' (783 Jaeit.'B. Ward. ......, 24 P' 86,80
CeTlBDrro .. .. .. 3597 John M. Marud 01 42.28 f ::a .". :..
SID ... . .. 43 5 Ji Part of "Lot C Blk. 16 as < -
'
.lIA Part of Lot S as rea inDeed rec. in Deed Books 10. f :,:.':: .
Book Xo. 108. Page 24, 13 Page to tc. '. : : '-.- :
253... ..... .. 9 5 ZSE 9 3712 R. W. J.llckeitOO. 17.94 86 Pag* 133. Palmer & j "" '-.7' OuHon i. -
Part of Lot 5as rec. In Ferris Tract 6JM Floyd .: C. Jr. 5114
..._ Duncan Groner Deed Book Xo. 109. -- *. ; .
---- Part of Lot H. Blk. 1 K .
-
:,,,,------ Page 21t .. ... ...... 1 5 ZSE 3713 Jay. V. Wltcber. .*iZ.-l"'. 35.51 In O.R. No. 28. .. t.:. .
Groner as rec.
COVE SOCIAL EDITOR --..--- Elizabeth Lots U. 42 It n as r.c. In :,:. ":..;- Page 487, Palmer ft -' '
GREEN I .. ...... -ffrf. ,1444
O.R Lame
__ Elizabeth dronerASSISTANT No.1. Page 19. Ferris Tract 6848 Corp. .
,
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MANAGER -- .. 5 3752 Charles H Robinar-180 62.59 ,;
ADVERTISING Rio Blanca HtL SID. 9 2SE Part of Blk. 54 as rec. InDeed
DIRECTOR OP ADVERTISING ...._. Gene Koza Lot 3 &: Lot 4 ex. w. 240 .. ; ;, :; Book 84. Page
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Koza ft. of Lot 6 It N% of : l :'- ? Palmer A Ferris
PHOTOGRAPHER --------- Gene S% lying N. of Co. ReS. 11 5 ZiE 242 3765 Larue Corp. .....: :::.4500 114." Tract 449. ... ISIS Curtis Courtor .. 12* 4t-78

.. ..i..iii.n..n.iHI1..1.T--.1 .. !.,.i Gene Koza All See. U lying S. of Lots 1. 2 & .7.. D.eItts .: .
PBSMAN.r. .i. --- .
Black Creek and W. of Book 1. Page
STEROTYPER __--....---...--....................< Larry Groner Bradley- Creek ex. pt. U SID.. .Plat.. JI S JIB 6996 Steen Jones ... ... ';W 1' 1W8
'
S. of traded rd. eft part Lot 4.D witts8brpUtBook t." --sl: .
July 16 1962. at th* Post Of tic.. In 0.& No. U. 1. Pace 21 38 'UG' 998 L. RandolphPA -.3S0 6.21
Matter
Ent.r.d as stcond Class Act of March UU. Page IS .. .... .. ... ... 11 5 25E 93718 Lame Corp. :......1. 2W 84.41 .:: <...
the
Sprlara. Florida under 2. K3883 -" Lot 13 as ree. In OR. No. 'A .
Orc COT.4 CUM ...tac. paid at Cr**. C.v. 5N'1fvascRlrrIo11 ria.RATBS Part of Tracts 4 eft 7. Blk. t 21. Page Ml. Dewltta -,. j; .'
.Be Z5 Ie part of Tract 4. 45 5 UBBlk. SID 28 C 26E TItS Willie J. nummer.. .:209:, 8.4J
U as rea In Deed 41 >. .'.: ....
__ Book No. U. Page 115 U 5 SSE Paran )(. :Hopkins.. Ute .IILO..* Continues On Pare: I

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I Green Cove Socials I LITTLE Chaneys LEAGUE Cafe STANDINGS 3 1 M H C & Penney FarmsSome I WOMAN'S GREEN COVE CLUB SPRINGS ATTEND SEVEN BAND CONTEST MEMBERS

Coca Cola 3 1 The Green Cove Springs Seven members of the Clay

Mr. and Mrs. ,Alf Davis are Mr. and Mrs. Nate Catch- Revels Motors 2 1 twenty persons from Folks from the Memorial of ill health. Miss Grace Russell Woman's Club held its regular High School Band representedthe

visiting Mrs. Davis's parents.I I pole have as visitors their two Cities Service 1 2 the Memorial :Home community -I Home Community are begin- her life long friend accompanied monthly luncheon Thursday school in the state con-
:3Or. and Mrs. W. 'R. Ussery daughters and their families Standard Oil 1 2 were in Jacksonville attend- ning to leave for the summer Miss Watrous back May 2nd at 12 noon in the test held in Ft. Walton Beach
-in Columbia Tenn. They Trill I Mr. and .Mrs. Franklin Hel- J. P. HaH 0 3 ing a Healing Mission for the Mrs. Julie Baccus left for north and was with her when V. T. A. Building this being on May 3rd.

be away for ten days. frich and children of Buffalo Last Weeks Results Wholeness of the SpiritualLife. her old home in Ohio. she passed away. Miss Russell the last luncheon until the fall The members received the
'N. Y. and Mrs. Michael Sino- Bevels Motors 18. Standard St. John's Episcopal Mrs. Lumen Shafer left for hopes to return to the Memorial term.
following ratings; Gary Miller
Mrs. Helen Shaw was in 'I wizt and daugher Mary Lou. Oil 8; Chaney's Cafe 2. Coca Cathedral was host to this an extended tour of the coun- Home Community at a AU officers and committee .Jimmy Tucker and Dicky Sapp

Gainesville over the weekend ,Mr. Sinowitz who is in the Cola 4; Chaney's Cafe 10, Cit- three day meeting, held April try to visit her children. later date. chairman gave their annual trumpet trio, super; Bet-
has recently been trans- 28. 29. and 30th. reports. The President Mrs.
'to attend the graduation of Navy ies Service 3and; Coca Cola ty Sheridan-pIano solo super-
her granddaughter Mrs. "Richard !ferred from Oxford, Pa. to 18, J. P. Hall 0. This was one of many such Mrs. Paul Harrison had as Miss Madge Benson has gone Chauncey Moore reported the ior; Gary Miller trumpet solo

"Melvin Shaw from the "Key West. Top Ten Batters AverageLon meetings being held not only over-night guests two of her to Buffalo New York to con- year as being a very success- excellent. David Henry was
"University-of Florida. Caster .600 in the United States but in former missionary colleagues. sult a specialist. ful one. Mrs. Robert Sudlow their accompanist.Mrs. .

I Mrs. L. T. Pharr of Jacksonville James Corbin .500 many other countries. The Dr. and Mrs. Wells Thorns on gave a short talk on Friendsof
: Medley band director,
the
Mrs. Wm. McElroy of Buffalo I is here visiting her son- Ray Sapp .465 purpose is to emphasize furlough from Muscat Arabia. Mrs. Catherine Teed was de- Library group and whata
Lawrence Miller and Albert
N.Y. is here for an extended in-law and daughter. Mr. and James Padgett .460 wholeness in our lives. Church Mrs. Thorns daughter of mis- lighted to have her close help it would be to the community -
i Sheridan went with the stu
visit with her sister and I Mrs. Deward Priest. 428 St. Vernon Willis .452 leaders in many fellowshipsare sionary parents in India was friends Mr. and Mrs. C. W. to become a member. .
brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. John's Ave.J. Danny Clark .434 increasingly realizing that the niece of the famous Dr. McRae of Umadilla. New York Mrs. Verna Argo, Fine Arts dents.
Nate Catchpole: David Pigue .427 they have long ignored the Ida Scudder. Dr. Thorns grew visit her this week. Chairman who arranged the
Eddie Knowles .384 third part of Jesus' commandment"GOTEACH up in Arabia where his father program presented Mrs. T. J.
Slater Smith is a patientat Williams of PKXTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Mrs. Earl Tate and daughter Max Wilson .375 was a medical missionary. Mrs. Eva Dan had her friend Jacksonville who
Betty Lou of Canton N. C. Clay Memorial Hospital. Jerry Coons .374 PREACH and Heal." Mrs. Mabel Shuman of Colum- gave a delightful talk on Vermont CHURCH Are.,

called on Rev. and Mrs. A.W. Top Pitchers Won Lost I The featured speaker for the I Miss Charlotte Cobb and bus. Ohio visiting her this "Humor." and Where You FindIt. Green Cove Springs
"Pierce last Thursday. Friday The Penney Memorial Church John Spearman 2 0 I three days was Mrs. Emily Miss Dorothy Huff former week.
visitors were Mrs. T. J. Lester Annnual Meeting will be held Jerry Coons :2 0 Gardner Neal, noted woman missionaries of the Oriental The guests present were
and friends. Mr. and Mrs.N. C. Wednesday evening. May 15 at Fred Linsley 2 0 journalist, author and speak- Boat Mission in Hong Kong The Rev. and Mrs. J. N. A. Mrs. J. W. Burleson of San You have a
Farmer of Jacksonville. 7:30 o'clock. Next week schedule were guests of Miss C. Tarbell Downey 'are happy to be back Diego, Cal.. Mrs. A. U. Fairbanks Special Invitationto

THURSDAYCoca er.In her first book: "A Re- and Mrs. M. C. Orr during in their apartment at the Me- and Mrs. E. L. Powell, attend
r Cola vs. Standard Oil porter Finds God-" Mrs. Neal last weekend. At the present morial Home Community afteran a former resident who has recently Church and Sunday School

Cities Service vs Revels then an acknowledged agnos- time Miss Cobb is Director of absence of several months returned here to make
her home. Sunday School 9:CIS .m.
Motors tic and cynic, tells of her first the Chinese Baptist Mission in ,because of the illness of Mrs.
We Sell Hostesses Preaching li:00 a.m.
encounters with Christian Milwaukee Wisconsin. Miss Downey up' in Indiana. Need- were: ChairmanMrs.
FRIDAY teachings regarding healing Huff while caring for her invalid less to'say, all the residents of Louise Smith. Mrs. Ken- Sunday Nite Serr.; 7:00 p.m.
J. P. Hall vs Chaney's Cafe neth LaRue. Mrs. Ralph Mil- Prayer M. Thurs. '7:30 p.m.I .
V through faith. mother is also engagedin Memorial Home Communityare
We Service Coca Cola vs Revels Motors Mrs. Pastor, Rev. J. C Maynor I
olkswagens berger, Frank Canova
Her second and third books: Bible teaching and personal glad to have the Downeys
SATURDAY Mrs. Phil Phone-EV 9-583O
Canova and Mrs. J. I
back.with
"Faith Can Heal You Now. evangelism among foreign us.
Revels Motors Slater Smith.
vs Orange Lord Is Healer" In-
and The Our students in Bloomington ,
Park shaare with us her developing diana. S The Rev R. S. Chalmerswill
SPRING MOTORSGreen Chaney's Cafe vs Orange experiences as a Christian anda be the. preacher at the
Park
leader in the Spiritual Healing The Rev. and Mrs. A. W. morning worship service at ,
Cove Sprints Phone 284-9209 Movement. Her latest book Davies left last week for their Penney Memorial Church on '
"In the Midst of Life" tells of summer home at Chautauqua, Sunday May 12 at 11 o'clock. rr S7hisWeek'sBONUS
CHARLES E. BENNETT
her experiences since her hus- New York.
REGISTRATION band's death Alvin Neal. Residents of Penney Farms

A second pre-school reg- Those who attended these Word has been received of and the Memorial Home.Com- 't
Hear programs of I
istration will be held at the sessions in part or entirely, the death of Miss E. Aldine munity are requested to phone f .

FINE Charles E. Bennett Elemen- from Penney Farms were: Watrous. Miss Watrous becamea their personal news, items to '1i' I

tary school Tuesday May 14. Mrs. Leona Caldwell. Mr. Henry resident of the Memorial Mrs. Herbert D. Myers phone
RECORDED requirements are that the :. Carter. Mrs. M. A. Gunther. Home Community a couple of 529-8131 or to mall them to
child must have reached the Mrs. Paul Harrison the Rev. years ago. She went back northin Mrs. Myers at Box 122. Pen- B UJ1-S

SACRED. age of '6 on or before De- and Mrs. C. S. Higby Mrs. the Spring of 1962 because. ney Farms. \L. ".
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., iiusicO cember 31. Registration James Howerln, Mrs. Paul
is for beginners only. Hoursare Johnson, Mrs. Ethel McBride,
7': from.9.a.m. to 1 fun. Mrs. T. C. Macoubrey Mr. and
: .i DAILY. t tON Mrs. Marshall Meriam and Mother'sSpecial

Browder their daughter, Miss Matilda Mrs. Margaret Meriam. | Plus Valuable. Plaid Stamps |

CHURCH NOTICE
the Rev. and Mrs. T. R. Run- Day

yon the Rev. E. J. Sachtjen.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Mrs. Florence Snow and others. '

; WAYR-S50 SOCIETYCor. : SUPER RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN BEEF;
Mr. and Mrs. Esker Ellis were
I E. Houston St A pleased to have Mr. Jack Nlesz SingleCAR.'iATION SQUARE CUT CHUCK .- .-*

I I N. Magnolia Ave of Winter Park Florida as a LI- CORSAGEred

GREEN COVE SPRINGS weekend ,guest.
or white 1.00 each

FLORIDA Mrs. Mabel Vermilya recently CYMBIDIUM ORCHID CORSAGE ROAST39c
Services held
Sundayat fell and broke her hip. Sheis
white yellow or pink 3.50 each
Introducing a Neighbor 11 a.m. in Clay Memorial Hospial
A cordial invitation is extendedto and reported doing nicely. also corsages of orchid rose carnations etc.

.
HERMAN E. REED attend our services. ARRANGEMENTS PLANTS OR PERMANENT w
On Friday May 3rd, Mrs. .;..;. tI-
Arent t Rachel Wenzel and Mrs. Fran- FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS' r.b,
400 Walnut GCS. Fla. LB:
cis Blaich left for Ann Arbor _.:tit
v. Phone 284-6721 THEATRE Michigaan. to be away for the COOPER'S FLOWERS ., !Jt .

.. recently CLAY
Appointed as Phone 284-6711 summer. .; If"'"
a Nationwide Insurance "
410 North Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs J
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agent in your community, Mon. thru Fri. one show only! Mr. and Mrs. A. Seldon Bar-
Box office opens 7:15 p.m. rows and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Phone 284-3425
you'll find him a good man
Feature Begins 1:($ pjn. Smalley attended the Stephen
f to know. He is highly trained to serve your
Sat.-Sun.. 2 p.m. continuous Foster Musical Festival. Mr.
every insurance need, including Auto, Fire, Phone 284-6711 Barrows had an exhibit of LI .- -
life,Health-all through one organization- handicraft including carved ANN PAGE FAMILY SIZEKETCHUP
PRESCRiPTIONS
Nationwide. He may save you many important canes and articles made from,
dollars in the process, too. Fri. & Sat.. May 10 & 11 palm leaves. The crowd attend- :
ing the Festival was reportedto
He would appreciate the opportunity to prove PIRATES OF BLOOD be the largest ever. FIL'LED4

how he and Nationwide can serve you best. RIVER

Give him a call. You'll be glad you-did. and

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ATIOIIWIBE Sun.. Tnes. & Wed. 2 1.lb.4-oz. 43c

May 12, 13. 14. & 15WHO'S Bottles

GOT THE ACI'IONDean .
Cleanouts (
S NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE' COMPANY Martin

t NATIONWIDE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Lana TurnerSEMINOLE Repairs 4 ) '..
t NATIONWIDE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ., .
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Home Office Columbus, Ohio InstallationsORANGE .i ," .- .,, .. i
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2646171GREEN
P GOLDEN YELLOW, TENDER .
e COVE SPRINGS S ;. ,- ,CORN.CORN

Let Us Handle Your Property 284-3860 ..

d"t STAREE -4

969-1952
Homes-Acreage--Rentals
t If No Answer Clay County Pharmacy
K'Ll Call Jacksonville ".'

o Will : NOTARY SP 1-3543 WHERE PHARMACY IS A PROFESSION

.. j.' PUBLIC

Truly bring .,-: f State of Fla. SI Gene Allen 1O EARS 49I1'fr.! ..
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Results At Large Registered Pharmacist x ONLY :, ; _
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Free Estimates tliru Sat.9:00 A3L-10 PJ4. ", .-t .
4 Wilda T. RussellREAL Sunday -2:00 P.H- P3L v {"" ';'
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AMASON'SComplete
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ESTATE' Phone CO 4-9221 Nfcht Phone CO 4-5111 .thls' : effective '
e Dq > Prices in. ad,are through SatAtdiyy\ ;; .

800 ORANGE AVTL, N. .. Ph. 284-9481. GREEN COVE SPRINGS Septic Tank Orange Park ?_ 11th. 115 X. Orange Ave, Green cove Sfts_ Fla.
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I EPPERT-POLK First CommunionThirteen I F..Antc Of TA{ W Ak .

Orange -Socials ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMr. ... -: . - .,
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Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gil- Two members of the Orange Doctors Lake announce the en- : :May 6, at 8 p.m. at Ctob.

mor of Frog Hollow Rd. are the Park Raiders baseball team suf- gagement of their daughter, the Lions Club.

parents of a baby) girl, Susana, fered injuries during the game Patricia Kay, to William Der- Orange Park Maaentc Lodge

parents of a baby girl, Susan with Pearson last week. Jack wood Polk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Iiv Orange Park Civitans Tues- No. 8 Monday, May 13, at

born May 3 at St. Vincent's Boniface, hit by a pitched. ball, Harry E. Polk of Orange Park. v day, :May 7, at 7 p.m. at 8 p.ra. at the :Maseme Hall.

"Hospital.' The baby, who weighed had his jaw broken in two 'Miss Eppert, a 1959; graduate t Oharlie's Restaurant.

8 lb. 12. oz., is the second places, and has undergone surgery of Clay Higfh- School, attended 'Orange Park CivitaiM-Tuesday,

child. Her paternal grandfatheris at ,the Naval Hospital. Jacksonville University for two Oranke Park Town Commissioners May 14, at 7 p.m. at Charlie's

Alec Gilmour of Orange Park Travis Maugham sustained a years. Mr. Polk, whowas grad Tuesday May 7, at 8 Restaurant
and 'her paternal grandmother is broken finger, and has an arm uated from Jacksonville Technical p.m. at the Town Hall.

Mrs. Jean Gilmour, former cast. School is seniorat Park
: High a Orange Elementary PTA-

Orange Park resident. Jacksonville University. Orange Park High i PFA- Tuesday. May 14, at 8 pan at

Attending ,the Florida Lions The couple invites friends 't i'r = Thursday, May 9, at 8 p.m. the school auditorium.

Edna Moore flew to Miami ,Convention in Clearwater last and relatives to attend the F at the school cafetorium. t

last weekend to visit with her weekend were: Thomas Bead- marriage ceremony at 7:30 in Jg i Orange' Park Area Jaycees

classmate at Florida State, Pen- nell, Austin Drink-water, Mr. Ute evening on June 1 at the Orange Park High PFA Thurs-' Ti4ay, May 14, at 8 p.m. at

ny Lennon of Coral Gables. She! ,and Mrs. Glen Allred, Mr. and Orange Park Methodist Church.OP day, May 9, at 8 p.m. at the the Town Halt
found that her first plane flightwas Mrs. Henry Horton, Mr. and 'school cafetorium.

more chilling than thrilling Mrs. Harry Horton, Mr. and
OP JAYCEES ELECT
Mrs. Robert Belyea, Mr. and LIONS CLUB Raider Band Annual: Spring

r ''Mrs. Carrol Nix, Dr. Charles! CARNIVAL MAY 11 \ Concert-Friday, May 10, at ARCIIIE PADGETT PRES.

Orange Park High Senior Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orange Park Lions are draft- 8 pjn. at the high school Archie Padgett was elected

Carolyn Moon is'a patient in St. Elrod, and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert ing the final plans for their cafetorium. president of the Orange Park

Vincent's Hospital, as the resultof Murphy. Mr. and :Mrs. William up and comin' Carnival to beheld Area Jaycees at the meeting of

a neck injury. Raleigh drove down on Satur- this llth Orange Park Lions Carnival- this year-old serke organization -
Saturday, May ,
day to join the group and at- beginning at 3:00 Saturday, :May 11, at 3 pjn. last Thursday evening.
p.m.
Betsy Boniface,. daughter of tend the Ball that night. ?' A, TB f C .'t H on the Lions Club grounds- Also elected were: first vice
From the amount of effort
Cdr. and Mrs. John Bonifaceof I ham dinner, 5 to 8 pjiu, teen president, Kenneth elinka; see
Grasshopper Lane, celebratedher Coming home this weekeindfor and interest being shown this Thirteen Orange Park youngsters celebrated their first Holy Communion last Sunday at ''hop at 8 p.m. and vice president, Wayne Ly
it is believed that
year this St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church. Shown above bottom row, L to Joan Hill Jean
14th birthday last Saturday their summer vacation from r. are: ter; secretary, Floyd Carter;
the Lions
with a coke party in her back Florida Southern College in ng99dowwill Hill Pamela Gustin, Lorri Fortune and Terri Totten. Second row L to r., are: Kevin Russell Orange Park. Lions-Monday, and treasurer, Leon Baxley.
be the best carnival that Sanne Thomas Deborah Gustin, Diana Rondeau and Kim ChoJnackL Third L to ,
yard. Lakeland are: George Center, row r. are: ;New members of the board of
the Lions have ever produced. Michael Mamish, David Wood and Bradley Casados. L to '
Top row, r. are Sister John Helene, directors
George Gammage
Jimmy Jowers, Sandra Chambers LITTLE LEAGUE SCHEDULEAll I are ,
Mrs. William Courtney of and Barbara Duncan. A few of the many attractions Father Joseph Come, who conducted the services, and an unidentified Dominican sister. I Jimmy Ray Roberts, and Allen

East Holly Point Rd. went to this year will be a pony Orange Park Little Trew.

New York City last week to Join ride, go-cart ride> ring toss, Church Netvs CLAY OIL AND HALL TEAMS WINS OPENERS League games begin at 5:30 at On Sunday, the Orange Park
2nd Lt. Warren Boyett, who fish pond, dart game, milk bottle the Orange Park ElementarySchool
her husband.
She plans to accompany Orange Park's first Little I I week follows Area Jaycees were hosts for
has been home leave to visit The Park are as :
Orange
on spill, chuck wagon, snowballs Presby- Park.Thursday .
him
business
on a 'trIp League Baseball season was off Thursday May 2 Coca the District 3 Jaycees Caucus,
his parents. Lt. Cdr. and Mrs. cotton candy, pop corn, terian Church welcomed as 9 J. P. Hall
to Puerto Rico before returning May held the
to a fine start set Saturday at Orange Park Lions
A. C. Boyett, left Monday to report peanuts.A guest minister last Sunday Cola vs. Cotney Tire Oil.
home. Clay
to his new post in Arizona. Ham dinner morning the Rev. Edwin' Montgomery afternoon, with! a doubleheaderat Fridaya, May 3 Clay Oil vs. Club. After dinner was served,
will
be serv- the Park Friday, May 10--: Coca Colavs. tflie' heard the
Orange : Elementary John Hall Jr. group speeches by
Mrs. R. W. Robbins of Kings- ed by the Lionellas in the club !pastor of the Jasper School field. vs. J. P. Hall. candidates for State Jaycees of.

ley Ave. was'ihostess at a birthuJay house from 5:00 pan. to 8:00 and White Springs Presbyterian Monday, May 6 Cotney Monday, May 13 J. P. Hallvs. /ices.
After the adults who
LION CLUB Umr hes. Mr. : many
party in honor( of,Mrs.,Earl p.m. costing $1.00 and a teen Montgomeryspent Tire vs. Clay Oil Cotney Tire. '.- -. The local Jaycees are
are assisting the Little Leaguers I very
'Harrington 1 last Saturday evenSandra _RECEIVED AWARD age'dance will be held from 10 Saturday nightas a house had been introduced, and Tuna May 7 Cotney Tuesday, May 14-Clay Oil proud of last Saturday finebeginning
guest of Dt. and Mr*. George
:fng The Orange Park loons CJub til 12 ,An. Center. the Rev. Donald R. Clausen] rector Tire va. Coca Viola vs. Coca Cola.Thursday I of the Oranke Park

received a district award. for This :;Carnival is 'the Lions of Grace Episcopoe Church Thursday, May 9 John May 1&-day OH Little League Baseball Season.
% Tiie Concert Choir of Florida '
'Chambers was lniti .t- civic -.aactiviWea'4n! ,_J&eir" com- Club's' ''foremost fund' raising; Southern will had given an invocation Mayor Hall, Jr. vs. Clay Oil vs. J. P. Hal! The Little League has been a

red into -the Zeta Tau Alpha., numt. !Tbw. "award: :wag givenJujng project: Proceeds derived. from the Riverside College Park Methodist singat Walter Odum started the, first Friday, May 10 Coca 'Colavs. Friday, May 17-Coca Cola taint project of the Jaycees and
T
:Sorority at Florida Southern ( :tiie :Florida: ... State LIons this pTpectwill .be used 'to.help Church in Jacksonville game by throwing out the first .. Jdhn Hall, Jr. vs. Cotney Tire. the Lions Club.
o n,
:
:'College in ceremonies held last Convention.JieW'"in Clearwater ,support -such projects as, Boy ball* -
Wednesday, May 15. Dr. and
,Sunday. last week. Scouts Girl i Scouts
Little
Mrs. eenter's"daug.hter', Elaine The final score of'the first
--- '. League and eyeglasses for the "' Now' What Could
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is a member of this fine musical game, a close and exciting one, Surprise Her More
needy, just to name a few of
,
group. was Clay Oil 3, Coca Cola 2-
HEAL ESTATE the things they do for their
In the
second game, J. P. Hall,
community.OP I Jr. Bankers defeated Cotney
GIRL SCOUT NEWS T
r' !Tire by a score of 11 to 10.

< : PARENT-FACULTY Girl Scout Mariner. Ship No. Tht highlight of that game was
ASSN
154 went,to CampChowenwawon a grand slam home run by b ._ ..., _
R -S INSTALLS OFFICERSCarl Black Creek last Saturdayfor _-
Kent Weaver of the Cotney
INSURAXCE r APPRAISALS Feit will be installed as a canoe trip. Since the wat- team in the fifth inning.On .

the new president of the Orange er was too rough for canoeing, Monday evening the Coca __ '

Park High School ParentFaculty they ate their nosebag lunches team won over the J. P. Hall, :<

Association at ,their meet- and Munled'to the Inlet Marina Jr. Banakers team by a score

ing at 8 o'clock this evening in where Jim Kearney gave of 10 to 9 a game that was f .

Frank W. Brown the school cafetorium.Also (them a fascinating lecture and called! because of darkness at

taking office will be: demonstration of water and the end of the fifth inning.

and Associates Mrs. Lee Duncan vice presi- .boating safety. The Marinersnow This wBiS a fitter blow to theJ. 9,+

1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone CO 4-9504 Orange Park dent; Mrs. :Thomas Schlomer feel well prepared for P. Hall team since they had fT- 4i \Ii
their boat trip wiLl the Orange I ;
i: corresponding secretary; Mrs. I made 4 runs in the top of the
John Boniface recording secretary Park:, Boat Club May 24. The exciting sixth inning before play was

I ; and Mrs. Harley Broom j day ended with swimming' stopped. Home runs were hit
treasurer. and a steak dinner at the for the Coca Cola team by

home of their skipper, Mrs. Sandy Sandridke in the second
The PFA will iontine
as a
COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire John Nelson. inning with a man on base, and y, a a z y y; I I
separate;; organization next :
Troop No. 177 spent two. by Page Matherson in the fifth
year as (the lesult of their res-
-indang the motion :previously.nights last weekend camping insMrs. : inning wit&a& man on.
Ralph Mocre's tack: yard. Games scheduled for this }
Recapping from Smallest approved tomerge with the
to Largest Size The 25 Scouts under the direction -
Boosters Club.
of Mrs. Moore and Mrs.
Band Director. M. King
V
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Donald Blair -
completed the requirements -
Dist Miller Tires-Autoli'e Batteries vill present a .program by the
for their Backyard
DOG
hree sncsieal ensembles rated Camper badge.
I >superior in the District Band
Cor. Park-and Troop No. 203, with their
King. Jacksonville, Fla.EC ontest. "Memories cf StephenFetter" : \
,;:: will be presented by a leader, 31 rs. Blair, and Mrs. RACINGNightly
Moore, are going to the Girl ro _
9-3027 Or EV 4>O49tAXD _
)rass sextet: Chuck Ware David _
Scout.Camp; Site at Camplanding
,
Moore, Ed Rowe, Larry _.:
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( except Sunday rti
this weekend for two
"jay, David Sew ell, and J. P. 1! _
Tynes. _,-- nights of primitive. camping to Thru June 1)
9' : fulfill the" requirements. '. for _
: The mixed clarinet quartet,. heir Pione r'ba.dge. PLAY uhf t ..
IX :ncluding Martin Hill, Susan' J "' "

; ',7' ; ;: > Weigel Wayne Spivey and the fabulous,BIG ; ..

-- Ruthanna Brodowski, will play OP RAIDER BAND'S
ORANGE PARK Prelude< to Autumn." "London. ANNUAL SPRING CONCERT

derry \Air" is, the number chosen -
.FRIDAY AT 8:00 O'CLOCK
Phone 264-6431 by the, saxapbone quartet: t'oST
i005 C. S. Highway 17 Deanrt'.a Tunmer, Craig Yoigiht; Everyone is invited to Attend t TIRE "Q"I

I Donn 1* inn ,e y, and Carlton tie Annual Spring Concert ;of I,

St.ani.slawsTd:1.1. '--- jibe Orange Park Raide, Baal
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this Friday evening at 8 o'clockin I I ,:.. ,
1st RACE
the high school cafetorum.In : soo rel. ,
or35F fi- -tefp f 1e>: band" "- ..,' 4 ; '

H W1 ere The Best Is Better" We Collect rrra4faa1a \ ll'Admission .i ,
donation of 50c for sida\t and I :r
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Electric sic for students is be I Daily Double1st
NLY {ng charged _
.
j & 2nd Races _,
0B THE and The Senior Band program in-

Lodes: 10th Regiment March. : Quinitlas Every Race

BEST YOUR .; 7elepbone'. 'Variations New Colonial FREE PARKING .than a Personal, Colorful

BinsELECTRICAL r March, Lad of Spain Shoutin'

NEEDS : Laza,, ) y .Bores, Ida, Indiana ORANGE PARK .EXTENSION PHONE
State Band March. The band

will a 'I s'o accompany Becky KENNEL CLUBU. Pamper Mom with the year-round time and step-saver-an extension phone.

HARDWARE, SUPPLIES,, PLUMBINGS" Campbell By the: Light in two, of.soprano the Silvery solos. S. Highway 17 Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot she'd like it most-bedroom; ,

Get It All From '! Moon and Moonlight:; Bay. South of Naval Air &aUonYOUK kitchen, ?Florida- a room., patio. To order, call your Telephone Company Business -

The Junior Band will offer Office or ask any telephone serviceman jyiiyt

O. B, HALL HARDWARE : the following\a0lection3:1J> Neighborhood .' Southern & 8ell'r

BandjMarch Carnival King, Our Entertainment Center -'
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1912 Highway 17 Phone UI-6S31 Orange Park School March, and Salute" _" :f ..
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11\ I LAWRENCE-DREHER JCHOOL OFFICERS CHOSEN I NEWS FROM ST. ANNE'S TOWN COUNCIL
\ Kevstone Social Notes Newcomers
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Law- President and vice president EPISCOPAL CHURCHMr. CHANGES CHARTERThe
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------1 yf the K. H. S. 196364'student Fred Dodd has been Town Council of Key-
Tampa, Fla., on Saturday, .
Mrs. Janes Dors Mrs. Cora attending the
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ouncd were elected"at the stone Heights has proposed certain -
Insurance April 27 to attend the marriage awarded the contract for the
Gulf Life
Quattlebaum, Mrs. Nell King, Represen-
I school on Thursday, April 25. changes, retvnsxxw, and
and Mrs. Martha Kedatt, represented points of interest in New Or-! of their son George Laurence Lorraine Doy will be president, building of the new St. Anne's amendaaewfcs to the town char-

the Women of St. tative. They enjoyed seeing to Mrs. Nancy Dreher. Viearagae. The site of the
t ind Cliff Chapman will serve new ter, wdtich are believed to be in
Anne's Church at the leans, and were quite impressed The wedding was held in the
,, Episcopal as vice preSident.. home win be on Keystone Lake. the best public interest. In order -
District III Meetink in Perry, with the old St. Louis Cathe- home of their mutual employerand ---i
At the that fuLy
c last meeting of the everyone may
his wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Florida in April. The Fall District dral... understand just what these
Paul Lage, of Tampa. Lruil.. I\OTICE. Women of the Church, it was
:Meeting will te held in
I changes will mean, a copy of
Starke Fla., on October 23. Miss Judy Rineftmls, who has Following the ceremony, :Mr. t decided to alternete the time of the town charter .and the
pro-
been visiting Tier cousin Lor- and Mrs. Lawrence drove her :, a e cptr LEGAL NOTICE the women's meeting; for instance posed changes will be on display -

Mrs. William Fow and son raine Doy, since Easter, left sister, :Mrs. Arn eta Read, to As of this date. May 8, 1963 : in June, the meetingwill at Town Hall on Mondays,
Jacksonville Sunday, : 5, her home in Punta Gorda, I will not be responsible
avid recently returned from a on May any be in the evening-In July, Tuesdayas, Fridays, and Saturdays -
visit In Roswell, Ga., at tire: for her home in Port Crane where they remained as over- a M I debts made -by anyone- .other, 9:00 a.m., till. 12:00 noon,
in the
home of Mrs. Fow's parents. N. Y. Judy came to Florida on night guests.MIDDLEBURG. than myself. morning. :Morning meet- I (May 6, 7, 10, and 11.)
10:00
ings, o'clock
Friends of Mrs. C. M. Wor- an Easter vacation with her I Ik Ottis C. CheSser ; evening

ohild, who is in a nursing home, parents and sister, but when T OHAVE Slay 9. 16. 23, & 30, 1963 evening meetings 8:00 o'clock,

are asked to remember her. The the rest of leer family went on FIREMAN'S BALL- . and all on the first Thursdayof Murrhee

I address is 2349 Oak Street, down state before driving The Ladies Auxiliary of the i4 LEGAL: XOT1CK each month in the Parish
I
house.? It also decided Insurance
was h: Agency
Jacksonville, Fla. home, dud decided that Key- Middleburg Fire Departmentwill ,
hold the family night
stone for her and she suppers
was hold
4f 4 a Fireman's Ball on LEGAL NOTICE QQB9* MCARRY
dring July and August.
1 Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brault didn't care about the rest of the May 17th.A -
were in New Orleans May 2-6, state. contest will be ,held for Notice Is hereby given that Final plans are under way ADEQUATEi'
the Clay County Zoning Commission fori the strawberry festival
the election of Mrs. Flame. Af- INSURANCE.
will hold a Public sponsored by the Women of St.
ter the crowning of Mrs. Flame, '
t the dancing will begin. Hearing on Thursday, May 30. Anne's, to be held on Saturday,
1963 at 8 o'clock pzn, .in. the May 11, on Lawrence Blvd.,
Everyone ia invited to at- See: RICHARD MURRHEE
: Mr. and Mrs. William Leslie Smith. Jr., have recently County Commission Chambersbers next to the Nearly New Shop.
IF YOU BELIEVE tend the ball. Agent
,: ff moved into their home on Peach Street. They moved to Key- of the Clay County Court- Donation, SOc; ime, starting at

OLD SOLDIERS JUST stone from Atlantic Beach because as Mr. Smith says, "Key- house, Green Cove Springs.I 11:00 ajn., and continuing Phone 473-4786

FADE AWAY, TRY LEGAL NOTICE stone has what most American communities have lost." Air. Florida, for the purpose of I through the day. Keystone Heights. Florida

Smith, a native of Farmville N. C., is a fanufacturers repre- hearing objections. if anv. to i
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LEGAL NOTICE sentative for a group of West Coast pharmaceutical companies.Mrs. the amendment of the Clay

-cTr; OLD Notice is hereby given that Smith is a native of Newton, Ia. They have two grown County Zoning Regulations as

t' the Clay County Zoning Com- children: Bowie Smith, who is with the General Accounting Follows: "Let the Rest of the A.

mission will hold a Public Office in Washington; and 1\Irs.E.: C. Perry of Jacksonville. Article VI, Section 36, shall A '

Hearing on Thursday. May 30. be amended- .read'M1nimum J' World Go By"

s 1963. at 8:00 o'clock pm., in KH GIRLS
FOUR WARDEN LEWIS Size of Lots. No residence -

; giLV __. the County Commission Cham- ATTEND STATE BETA Mrs. Mary Warden of Key- or building shall
bers of the Clay County Courthouse -
CLUB CONVENTIONFour stone Heights announces the be constructed on'a lot or Recreation plots near the swimming hole
Green Cove Springs parcel of land
baaing a total -
Florida for the purpose of girls from Keystone marriage of her daughter to area of less than five $675.00 up if you and the kids aren't
William J. of Mr.
hearing objections if any to Heights High School -, all Lewis son thousand
and Mrs. William Lewis, also of (5,000) sq. ft. in too lazy to walk a couple blocks.
issuing a permit to comply honor students, and membersof subdivisions s how n on
with Section I, and Section '2. the Beta Club attended the Keystone Heights. plats recorded before De-
Paragraph 2.13 of Article XVI State Beta Club Convention in The wedding took place in
cember
30. 1945. and not See Us for Real Estate Needs
Ga.
Valdosta 2 1933. your
t on April ,
of the Clay County Zoning Jacksonville May 3. 4. and 5. less than seventy-five hun-
\ and William
Regulations namely to use the They were Jo Wildt Lorraine Both Joyce at-
dred
(7,500) ft.
with
sq. a
tended
Following described propertyfor Dey. Kathy Williams and Car- Keystone Heights High minimum width of sixty S. E. McKAYKeystone
The Groom is
now employed
a Automobile Dismantling ol Stephenson. David Schaefferand (60) ft. measured along
OW.R.A.A. Business: Prank Nooney Jr. were School.:: the front building restriction
Heights Phoa 4T3..4816Mayhugh's '
The South ThreeFourthsof Invited guests at the Beta Club at the E. I. DuPont Highliand line In subdivisions .
the South Half of' the Ball"at the George Washington Plant at Laftrtey+ : Fla.: The cou- shown on plats recorded

Southeast Quarter of the Hotel on Saturday evening. ple are residing in the Vachon after December 30. 1945

Northeast Quarter of Sec-. Mrs. Bert Christoffers.. apartment on Garden_ Street.
And after having tried and failed get your bill and in no event shall a lot
tion 26. Township 7 South was happily surprised on Sua- having more than thirty

paying and financial needs uniform. Our services "fit Range 26 East Clay County day. May 5, when her sister. that Mrs. Christoffers' sister (30) per cent of its area

f 1 Florida.All Mrs. Lawrence Bradley of Try- was visiting her, we would have occupied by structures, be Annex

1 your needs. parties in interest and citizens on. N. C.. came to visit her for known who the lady was who used for residential pur-

,. shall have an opportunity a few days. Mrs. Lawrence and I italke djust like Mrs. Christof poses. Every lot used for

e to be heard at said time and her friend Mrs. Bert Ahringer. fers. We called her by name, residential purposes shall SPECIALS! !

place.CLAY of Garden City Long Island.: and when she trned around, we have a rear yard with an

: MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COUNTY ZONING N. Y.. came together and they knew we were correct, becauseshe areaa of at least twenty- VALUE NOW ONLY

THE FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY COMMISSIONBy will be staying with Mrs. looked exactly like Dot five (25) per cent of the FOAM STYRENE

\ ; James E. Crowl Christoffers until Thursday or CTwistoffers Newman, her niece. total lot area. Unless the
'
R Chairman Friday of this week. All this took place in Scales' plumbing system on such 98c ICE BUCKET: 53*

May 9. 16, 1963 Even if we hadn't known Grocery Store.EI. land is connected to a san- .
FOAM STYRENE
itary sewer other than sep-

tic tank with drain fields. $2.39 ICE JUG $t,66
the minimum
lot area required -

thousand shall(15,000)be sq.fifteen ft.; PLASTIC
89c BUCKET 38
provided however with a
r .
i septic tank installation approved 11 QT. SQUARE
by the County

mum Health lot Officer area, the required mini 98 I* PLASTIC 28 QT. PLASTIC DISHPAN 48*_

shall be ten thousand
.
(10.000) sq. ft. $1.69VASTE 9 \ BASKET 97*

Article VII Section 4. Pa-
14 QT. WHITE ENAMEL ROUND
I ragraph 4.2. s h a 1 1 be

's Quality amended mum Lot to Area rea with'd-Mini Approved $1.39 DISH PAN 93*-

Septic Tank Instal- COVERED

lation remaining 10,000 paragraph sq. ft. (each in $1.39 SAUCE PANA. 93c*


I this section to be renum- 18' x 30'
; ..
-f -:' bered Article accordingly vm. Section) 4, Pa- $1.19 SCATTER RUGS 77fi

ragraph 4.1. shall be
PLASTIC
amended to readMinimum -

P Lot Areaa. 39c? DUST PAN 15

With Approved -
l 22 INCHBEACH
Water and Sewer Facilities -

a C H G V R O i ts b. With, 7,500 Approved sq. ft. 98q BALL 62c

Septic Tank Installation -

10,000 sq. ft. SWIM
c. Without Water and S8c RING 62c


1 or 15,000)Sewer sq. Connections ft. 49c SWIM GOGGLES 39c79f

Article IX. Section 4. Pa-

ragraph 4.1. shall be 98 SWIM GOGGLES
amended to read-Mini-

_ f mum Lot Area for Single- SMALL SWIM\ FINS $1,25

I Family Residencesa.
I
;
\ Wit h Approved
Water and Sewer Facilities MEDIUM SWIM FINS $1,80

I I. CHEVROLET 7,500 sq. ft.
i I b. With Approved LARGE SWIM FINS $2.25

) Septic Tank Installation -
1I 10.000 sq. ft. LADIES'

c.or Without Sewer Connections Water and $1.29 SUN HATSCHILDREN'S 98t


I Telephone your Chevrolet dealer for any type of truck. All 15,000 parties sq. in ft. interest and SLIDES 39f

citizens shall have an opportunity

-- .. and place.to be heard at said time WOMEN'S SLIDES 49t-



i ROBERTS CHEVROLET COMMISSIONBy CLAY James COUNTY E. CrawlChairman ZONING MEN'S SLIDES 59c


WALNUT STREET GREEN COVE SPRINGSTHURSDAY.
and Park Green Cove Phone
)range Springs 284-3033 May 9. 16. 1963





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-iQIav ,County (fir sc ut muuSDAY.MAY 9 1963
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Tax_ ..aDeaerf.tlo1l' ., .._. .. a .... Taxes: :
Continued From Pace 2"if Assessed Value Cost Deseripti.a s. .: ,: ". I. lame AssesccA Valve Coot
Name
I '5. T. R. A. FU .c. ? :
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Taxea Part of Lot 4',- Blk. :5 'as '.: Lot 4 & .;N% of Lot 5. -. !1.

Description g. T. R. A*.. FUo.. :lameA.esaed Value Cat roe, in O.R-No. 6..Page- . Blk. 86,. Long Branch; ; h. -," w. f4T .t '
164. Sec 2. O.P.- .:.. ." 8633 Theollis Lumpkin 500 18.58 City . ... ; .,. ,' 10413 WtM Fran .a.lie4rs' 14SO 5074

Part of Lot 23. Dewltts Lots 1, 2.; 4 & 5, Blk. 11. ::: .4. to'; _: : 1500 HX Part of Lot 3. Blk.,47., as ,. ',,. ,- i; ,.
SID as rec. in OR. No. Sec. 2. 0P. ,,.... ..... .:-. 8684 Elizabeth Foster SOOWX 33,47 rec. in Deed Book I'. 1- '
Lo2'. Page 236 .. .... 38 6 26E 'lOiS'Fred Battle .. ...... 200 8.42 ,. r r. #. ails 940 Page 281, .Long Branch .t. .F..i'. : J :
1. Blk. 16. Idlewild Lot 3. Blk. 11. Sec. 2OP. ..r .. ; i" : 8685 Robert C. Whitehead. City ; ... ...S: ,; a 28 Cherl4e'Sneed'' ...,. 750 27,55
Park. Plat Book 2. .1 4' f Jr. ..... ..._....._ 700 24.86 Lots :2 & 23, Blk. 27. Lake ; _;. .. .
LoPage 31 & 62 .. .. .. .. 7046 James: W. Ott .. .... 50 3.35 Lot 9. Blk. 20 as reG tn', '4i4' '1 _.. Geneva"W. ."' ? 10485 BwI'bn- Arrants. ".4., 150 6.22
,. 1.t.Sk7.Blk.-31.Lake.' : ::: I!: :
Blk. 28 in : '
as rec. j ; ; 0.R.No.10.Page511. :
'. t ... . Geneva . _. ... 10547 Agnes B. Ebfyd ... 100 4.54
OR. No. 37. Page 364. Sec. 2. O.P. 8748 Charles Needham III 3000 103.%S r .., .. !OII''''''' . ,
Idlewild Park .. .... .. 7060 Teves W. Dale .. .. 1000 35.51 Lot 31, Blk. 2, Holly Pt. Lots 10 & 11. Blk. Q, f %
Part of Blk. 30 as rec. in S/D. Sec. 2. O.P. .. .. 8969 Robert C. Whitehead 5000 HX Lake Hillcrest S/D... 10642 Jeanette: Young-... 100 4.54<<
.
Deed Book 90. Page .A. Jr. 1350 458.74 Lota 7. 8. 9 & 10. Blk. 12 ..., -
, 386. Hamilton SID. Part of Lot 82 as rec.. in as rec. in O.R No. 25.
Plat Book 1. Page 36. 7092 Green Cove Title Co. 400 15.70 Deed Book 61. Page _' Page 144. Keystone Ii "
Lot 8. Blk. 35 as rec. in 351. Sec. 4, OP. .. .T 5.., 9160 Harry H. :Martin. 1000 35.51 Heights .. ... .... .. .. S t: 10105 George E. Larue Jr. UOO 137.51
! .
I O.R. No.4. Page 122.Hamiltons Part of Lot 83 lying :N. of -. Lots 4 & 5. Blk. 14. Key- ,

SID Plat .. ... RR as rec.. 'in OR. No. stone Heights ..t. 1071' Flossie Tower... COO 21.41
' Book I, Page 36 .. :. 7111 George "W. Deel .... 3000 163.72Lot 45. Page. 490. Sec. 4. Lots 9. 10. 11&12Elk. .'\ .
O.P. . .. 9163 Harry H. }Martin.. 400 15.70 c :
10 Blk. 35 as rec. in .\ .i . .. :. r..: 15 as rec. in O.R. No. 2.
Deed Book 110. Page Lots 84 & 85.;"Sec.' 4. O.P. -; \. 9164 Harry H. )Martin .. 6450 219.04 Page 548 & 14 Page t .: _.iL.:>)_ .. 50001LX
172. Hamiltons 8/D i. c 581 Keystone Heights. :r ': t076 C. E. Mitchell .. . 000 n.n
,
Lot 96. sect 4. OP. .. 9195 Harry H. Martin ... 2500 85.30 .
H. Dyal .. .... 2500 86.80E '
7113 Guy
Plat Book 1. Page 36. Part of Lot 105 as in .: ,c"O.R. Lot 13, Blk. 15. Keystone
% of Lot 2. Blk. 7. rec. : Heights _........... .. ,_ 1017 Mrs Bessl. Mc.Cailman -
'
No. 1t -
Page 434
Green Cove Springs 7165 Byron Brow. .. .. .. 2500 85.80 .'-' .. ..... .. 300 n.81
Sea 9212 Robert G. Dose .... 1500 52.44 .
E% of Lot 5. BIk 7. NH of 4-'OPj 35 & : y.-, s Lot 13&part: of Lot 14. .' ..-
F. Anderson 3000 sN InLod : '. Blk. 20 as rec. in O.R.
Green Cove Springs .. 7171 E. 36 rec R. No.'
.* Heirs ... ...7... ..5000HX103.72 17. Pages 462 &. 463.. J''Jf." No. 34. Page 58. Keystone a
..... 10765 W. H. Redfearn. 5000
Lot 3,. Blk. 18 as rec. in Sea 5. O.P. 10 9225 Investment Brokers Heights .u t. "*, In.''
O.K. No. 53. Page 114. i!. -' Inc ....... .. ..... 500 1958 Lots 6A. 6B & 7A. Blk. i-. .'.
Green Cove Springs 7221 H. G. Sbarpless .. 2500 86.30 2 Acres In Lot 2 as rec.1n 31 as rec. in Deed Book
Lot Blk. 28 in Deed' Book 49 111. Page 51. Keystone # ...' SOOO HX
4. as rec. Page
... ... .. Lamee.
OR. No. 15. Page 239. %39. Sec 8. O.P. _; .;--f,2' ".: 9239 Tom McDay .. .. .. .. 150 6.72 Heights 108n Lawrence F. ZOO19.11\
Green Cove Springs .S0K 7259 J.: P. Revels .. 3500 120.16 Part of Lot 2 as rec. in Lots 15 &dk Blk. 1 as ;. z
W% of Lot 4. Blk. 33. Deed Book 72. Page, _" aEift; ," rec. in 49. Page
Green Cove Springs !Itf' 7293 Thomas Wagoner 6000 204.29 499. 73 Page 426 & 84 4--. ;.,.. 274, Conneaut Park ... -.. 10902 Patsy R Brewer 600 2196

.Lots 2 & 3. Blk. 36. Green 5000 Page 181 Sea 8. O.P. '. 9243 Chas. S, Bryant ... 200 8.92 Lot 30, Blk. 10. Lake 't #
Cove Springs . . .j. 7315 J.: L. Parker . .. 300 11.31 Part of Lot 2 as rec. inDeed View Highlands .. .. 10981 Flossie Tower .. .. 100 4.Sf
Book; 104 Page Lot 10 as rec. in O.R. No. a .'.'
Lot S. or E% of Sq. lying : 'r- L
. to 28. Sec 8. OP. *. I 1 9247 Annie Mae Camel u 200 8.42 24. Page 562. Bird Addition -
N. of 36
State sq Rd.. Green ex. part Cove Part of Lot _2 as rec. in t". ... ... . 1118 Joseph: W. Baker no n,81

Springs .. .. . . i lJ1 7452 Emilyn Arrants .. .. 2900 100.35 Deed Book. 104 Page ; .. Lot %1. Bird Addition .. ,i,..: !:.\ % a 11140 Frank M. Smith .. .. 30. 10.11
N.37ft.ofEofLo1W 141. Sec. 8. O.P. ......... *fl : .-9248, Viola Wright __.... 150 6.72 Lots 24 & 25, Blk. 3 as
lying N. Of sq. 38. Part of Lot 2 as rec. in .. ,.. __ rec. in OR. No. 41. Page '.,,;"'., J
Green Cove Springs .:ti".. 7458 Luscius Salter .... 200 8.42 OR. No. 29. Page %95. 69. Sunrise larl5 S/D. 11165 Leo N. Bushman 500 18.58
Lot 6. Blk. 11. N.S.. Green Sec. 8. O.?, .,. f. !"') .- 9250 Southern States Lot 5 & ft. of ... ,. .
Cove Springs . . i: 7513 Byron Brow. .... .. 1500 51.94 .: Supply Corp. .. ... 100 5.UDeed Lot 6 as rec. in O.R. .
Lot 9, Blk. 13. Wilson & Lot 3 eX part rec. in r. ::{ No. 2. Page 454. Key- .
Kirkpatrick SID. Plat Book 93. Page tr..se 4000 HX stone Christian Colony 5000
Book 1, Page 58 .. . .-, 7537 Lt Col. Lee G.Jones 249. Sec 8.O.P. ..... ; 13% 9254 Robert Griffin .. ... 300 11.81 SID . . . . 11261 Oliver L. LJnsin .. 2110 H S9
.. .. ... 1500 52.94 Lot 1 as ree. in O,R. No ,. ., ;
Part of Lot 2. Blk. 16. 36. Page 268. SID of
Smith Plat or Lot 15. part of Lot: 17. Sea 8. t. .

Blk. 16. Sbands Plat as O.P. ,.,. .lit:. 9275 Southern States CO 8t.
;
rec. in OR. No. 34. & Supply Co. : ..: 1200 43.28 Belair And MeadowbrookReporter
Page %49. North Sub- Lot 5 as rec.. in O.R. .No. ', ... ".; : : "
urbs. Green Cove 38. Page 225. S/D of ;

Springs . .. ..__ :> 7551 Mamie Locket 1000 37.51 part of Lot 17. Sec. 8. .''l ;. .
4 Lot 1. Blk 19 ex part-to .,. .. p.: ..... .,. OP. ., .. ., : 9279 Charles Jones: 1200 42.78 : LEE McGUIRE
State Rd. N. S. Green Lot 19. Sec. 8, O.P. 10 9295 Mrs. J. L. Stephens. .
.
Cove Springs .. . ,i 7569 Emilyn Arrants... 2680 9239 ; Heirs .. 4500 153.50 :: Phone 264-6959
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EH of. Lot 1, Blk. 20 N.S. Lots 1. 2 & 6 thru 13 as ', .' ; ... ,- .
Green Cove Springs 7574 W. R. Hall .. ... ... 800 2823 rec. in O,R. No 7. Page j .. -r 'h .
Lot 5,' Blk. 20 ex. part to 195. Davis Heights S/D. '..:.1. ., Bellair-\Iea owbrook- Civic i the W. E. Cherry Elementary
_.
Sec. 8. O.P. ; 9305 Orange Park <<
State Rd.. N.S. Green Lang!i1r
Cove Springs . .. 7586 Wilbur Lawson ... 1200 4228 .' '.., .." Co. .. :. .'. ::.. 1000 36.51 "j 555 5 League will hold ground break- School, May 22nd at 7:30 pjn.
Part of Lot 22 as rec. in i* '
Part of Lot 4. Blk. 21 as OR. No.1. Page 407. :. 5000 HX r -. .- ling ceremonies May 11 at 2pjn. The Home Demonstration.

rec. in OR. No 13. Sec. 8, O.P. ., "H. 9313 C. E. Cou. l 'yman- : 210 8.76 Club will meet each
Page 533. N.S. Green ':1.. t. : Friday from
Cove Springs . . ... 7590 Harold Francis ..... 200 8.92 Part of Sea 18 as rec. in .. r for the new Civic League
OR. No.. 27. Page: 9%, ,> 10 a.m. to 12 noon through the
Lot 5 ex. S. 45 ft. BIk. 22 OP. .,. .. .. 18 4 26E 9333 Robert W. Cunningham building. The_ building is to be
& S. 20 ft. of Lot 7. 1500 -,.. '.. .. .. .... ... 200 8.92 month of May at the BellairMeadowixrook -

Blk. 22. N.S. Green Cove : rn 7618 Ellen Austins. Heirs 500 19.08 Lots 1. 2. 3. 6. 7 & 8. Blk. ;;!:.: .. :, : r located Madiera, St. near the Baptist
. Chapel
Springs . . .:.. ... ., 2, Sea 10 as rec. in O.R. .
I S.-. 45 ft. of Lot 5. Blk. 22 'I. .' Baptist 'Chapel. Following these
Mrs. Nelson
Book No. 2. Page 13 ex.' part .. ; County Home Demonstration
as rec. in Deed in OR. No ., :'
rec. 45. -i
; there will be a
105 Page 50. N.S. Green ceremomes Agent from Greet
: '.
412 & V-
Dob .. 150 7.22 Page 51. Page 5s: .
Cove Springs . . \ 7619 Margaret son '
5000 HX business and election
; meeting
r 210 Ridgewood Div.. : Cove Springs will teach UK
Lotl&E.25ft.ofS '' ; Sec. 9 & 10. O.P. .14 9369 H. R. Clark .. .. .. ... 1000 37.51 .
1 N.S.100 ft.Green of Lot Cove 2, Springs Blk. 23. ..:4,,.( 7626 Annis Barfield 800 28.73 Part of Lot 11 as rec. In y ',. .. '. of officers. After this the Lit. newest techniques in sewing.BellairMeadowbrook .

A lot 35x130 ft. in Lot 2. 'I t OR.Ridgewood No. 3*,Div.Page. Sec.51. ...'. i _' ( .. tie League will play a ame forthe Baptist

Blk. 26 as rec. in Deed '' 16, O.P. . ? 9423 Barbara Green '. 1200 42.78 entertainment of those at..
Book 6, Page 506. N.S. Lot 10 Blk Ridg""ewood '; 5. Chapel as currently planning
2, '
>4 Green Cove Springs ,.,. : 7664 H.A.B.Stevens Jordon.& Div.., Sec. 19, O.P. ; q 4 !i e-9455 Blount V. McRae .. 150 6.%% .. ': .".. -f :....' tending. Refreshments will be their summer 'Vacation Bible

I ., A. L. Robinson ... 1500 53.94 Part of Lots 11 & 12.,;Blk. i 1 available. '
i J' 2 as rec. InrO.R. 54. '- .- 4 ,.. School. There will be a faculty
70 ft. of Lot 1. Millers t .
N.
: Page 372- Ridgewood .:. ., : W. E. Cherryl Elementary
Blk. 27.N .
Lot Tuesda
of 1. each
BID.S. G C. Springs : ; i. ti' f. 7679 Ulysses G. Johnson: 250 10.12t Div. Sec. W, OP: .' r"9457 Neil V. Cashner .. 300 12.31 '. meeting through
School PTA 2. Election
met
May
(
Part of Lot 2. Blk. 27 as Lot 17. Blk. 2. Ridgewood t Friday through the month of

rec.Page in 148.Deed N.S.Book Green 98, .. '". .a, ,;; < ..:;. Lot Div.11.. Sec.Blk. 19 3.,Ridgewood OP. .\. L .. i let.. .. 9461-- Harvey', .L. Vickers 150 622 (. and installation of officers May, 10 ajn. to 2 p.m. Prepara-

Cove Springs . . # :j! 7682 Wm. N. Zanders Sr. 1200 42.78 Div., Spg, 19-OP.; ..,?. r f .'? t.t.. *.- ., 9475- ,James H. Holder .. 150 6.22 ;'.:;' .. 5 _, for the coming. year were held. tion day will be June and conclude
Blk. 1 of Lot Lots 17 & 18, Blk. _4. as : "
E. 80 ft. of : .. .
1. Blk. 28 as rec. in rec. in OR. "31, Pages : *: .'.. .'- ,'.., ., .. I. :Mrs. Harvey. Clark installed June 21. There trill !be
'
Deed Book No. 9. Pages 536 & 538 Ridge wood r.. '. 't. .. t the following. .officers: Pres. classes for all boys and
: rt. girls
30 & 593 ex. part to Al- Div.. Sea 19, OP. .: 9494. Oscar R. Blount ..t. 2000 69.86 --'. -
i, len. :Muldrow & Lodge Lot 19, Blk. 4 as-xecAln ;. ..rti: .! ; ..t>."\ _- Mme, Ed 'Marsden, 1st vice ages 3 through 16. There will

Lot S.G. Berrian S/D. r i r OR. 52. Page 5JP. ., Pres. Mrs Nadine Jewell 2nd
Plat in Book 1. Page r Ridgewood Div.;- -Bee. -l"" i i ;: ... .'' .. 1 ; also be nursery care for Uu

1 . .. : s=* .. 7699 Hattie Mitchell 19, ,. ; = '9495 R. G. Theroux ... 150 'l.%% Tom
28Lot .. . O.P.-.a.-- '!t'l ; .., .. .'. vice-pres. Darby; Seore- children of the teachers anc -
Heirs .... .. ... 400. 18.0 Lot %4..Blk. 4:: Rid ere wood 1 jt I
( 2. Blk. 2 of Lot 1. r Div.. Set-IS/HtXP.- .,;.-. .. ;(1:
Blk. 28. S.G. Berrian ': . Part of Lots 13 &l-t.,..Blk. -**' : .Treasurer Greerrway Cline.
>: .
,
Plat Book '1. Page ".. .. I' 5 t.. .".' i .,. needed and would be very much
S/D. Div.
._ Steven'Jones .x'200 8.92 Ridgewood ., J. ,
.. .. ..
.a--J' "
28 .. . . ? -. 7706,. Sea 19. O.P. v.- f V : r T I A -. 9503 James L. Mathis ..._ %00. 842 Mrs Base- third: 'grade room appreciated. If you would be
A Lot 45 & 80 ft. In Blk. ..-.. .. .. Part of Lots 13 & 14, Blk. ," '.
5 of Lot 2. Blk. 28 as .fi" 7 as rec.'to:O.RTNo.19.; t ... ,. was presented the (trophy for willing to assist, contact the
rec. Irr Deed ; Book '45, 'f' t. '" Page &53, : Ridgewood .
Page 349. S.G. ,Berrian i V"'.+i.1f.. ;,. Div.. Sec. 19. OP. 'W'e' j l, ys 56' James: Eo Klrklan .'. 250 1062 Y fit *.:. attendahee as her class had the Chapel at CO 46870. Registration

S/D Plat Book 1. Page ._ '. 7731" Benjamin Taylor ... 200 992 E% of Lots 18 & 19. -Blk. ...., ,.I; t:;.. r, It. ; :. .. lIi >' . highest attendance of parents day will be announced at c
. .
.
28 . .. n. -i. 10 as rec. in No. .
Part of Lot 3. Blk. 28 as i 41. Page 3.0'fud I i. E ..x fug t.. < :.. ->.'. :.' for the sixth time this year. later date.

Rec. in' Deed N.S Book Green 47. -4. : .r. i. *' .' wood Drr;- 3ea..%<0-: O.P. ', .i -J' T ..,*:f-., '-455. Argus. Corp. ..... .. 2000 69.86'. '. -*:..::: A : Mrs. Alta 'Parkef and Mrs. May 15 at 7:15 p.m. the Girl't
Page 191. .. : Bennett ._... 1000 3601 Lots 1, 4.-5.0.a: & ::. .
7736 Henry
. .. .. ; t '
Cove Springs ,.. c Blk. 11;' Ridgewood ;. ;".r' 4-e.'1 :" :.-.wi &\ Cunnagin, room mothers for Auxiliary will hold the annual
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Part of Lot 3. Blk. 28 as Div. Sec. 20.. O.P.' ... ', 't' 9576 H. R Clarke .. 800 28.73 ''
'
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-fca _
rec. in Deed Book 58. Part of Lots .'. .s ,. 5 :.. Mr. Barnetts 6th grade room, coronation service at the Avon-
6, 7. 89, 10.
Cove Page Springs 421. N.S.. ..Green. . :- .-k.'. .- ;,. ':7739 Elnora Lang & & 11. Blk. 12 as rec.'inDeed '. "j .' : ?: --i.! .;; ., ; .- .- ;e where in charge of ref resih- date Baptist Church. Pam HiT:
: ?: Bennett .. 200 9.42 Book 96. 108 ,
Page
Jimmy ex. pt. rec. in O.R. 16. '. < '-1 ...1.!' .'!o I. ... .. '. inents- will be given I the highest honor
of Lot 3, Blk. 28 as .
Part rec. in Deed Book No. Page 521 & 51 Page : oL\ -;;"' a ;. :. r'< :, .- : A movie on preparing your attainable in lII1e Girl's Auxilt

95 Page 44. N..S.. .Green. . '_ .. 7748 Allen Austin ". 150 7.22 Sea 212, 20.Ridgewood OP.> _:'___:Div.'.'. .. '_' .r M9579' T. O. Clark 6600 206.79.fart I i <... ...4.,.. ,,; child for' school: was also shown. ary. These girls attend the Bel-
CoveSprings. --- -
.. .:.:: : or Bik. 'iz. as revs in ... '
Fart 01: Lioi.i. OIK.. 29 u.arec. OR No. 16. Page 521, : ? 4t-.a c.1. : .. ; '-? v.' "tr The Clay County Council lair-Meadowbrook Baptist Cha
Deed Book 46. .
in '1 .
Ridgeweod'iDtv., Sec. i .; :t-: -' ; .' will meet in the cafetarkun ofClay pel.
Page 376. N'S..GreenCove $ S : 'l'lH Willie :Mae Freeman 300 1.31 20. O.P. . . .. 9580 H. R, Clarke .Tr....t 200 892 ; ,. I*
Springs 14,15 .. I. '
.
-' Part of Bike & 16 S Ji; .. .
.
of .
Lots 1. 2, 3 & 4. S/D '
E'ly'of 224 ,
R& _
lying .. _..
Lot C of Lot 6. Blk 29.N .I.i ; 'l'l75 Ida Nero Cooper.. Y00 I.U as rec, In O.R.; No. 10. '. '' '

.C. Green Cove SpringsPart i % r Page 271.;' Ridgewood .. .. :
of Lot 8. Blk. 29 as Div. Sec. %0. OP. .. "- 9590 Carroll W. Waechter 12500 425.73 > Hill/
Deed Book 47. .. .
rec. in i : .
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t ,
'. .
Page 448. N.S. Green '. Part of Blks. 15 & 16 as .- :
I
.. 200 8.92
:: 'I'lS0 Dorothy Mitchell .
Cove Springs rec. in OR No. %5. "
.... .
Lot E. S/D of Lot 11. Page 41, Ridgewood .: .t < J
Div Sec. 20 0.P . : C'.r. ; 9596 Nonna Chandler .. f
Blk. 29. N S. Green CoveSprings ; -. t -. S.- B7 MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND
.. .. 1500 52.44Lot
-: : 'Z199 D. A. Boyd H. -\., -; Cimino .. .. 1500 53.U. ;
; \ .
Lots 20 & 21. Ridgewood ? .. ..L '. ... .
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29. N.S. Green Cove S.U Div. Sea 25. OP. . r30 9641 S. L. Doyle. Heirs 300 11.31 c \ : First off, lets remember the Francis Lang Isn't improving:
Hawkins 200
Annie Lee .
Springs r ri. 'l801 Lot 5. Blk 61, Fellowship : < '
Lot 1. S/D of Lot 12. Blk. Park . . . : . I 9688 Unknown . _. 50 .S5 .... ; Homecoming services at the as hoped either. She remain
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29 as rec. in O.R. No. 3. Lots 2 & 4,. Blk.. 84. 'Fellowship I \ Long Beach church next Sunday in the Baptist hospital, and i
Page 515. N.S. Green Park . 9696 H. J. G. Davison 100 4.54 '
Cove Springs : 1804 Willie Coleman, Sr.. 500 19.01 Elk 98. Fel \ .. May 12. As all know seems the doctors do not give
swhfpTpa; : -* 9707 Herbert A. Taylor 100 .54 <' .
SW 34 of Lot 2. Blk. 30. ; much whei
N.S.GreenCovaSpringsi- 'Z813 Annie Stewart . SOO 18.08 Lot 9. Blk 98. FellowshipPark '. .. Si S t every one. is- welcome. -- especially information as to

NKVi of Lot 3. Blk 30 ex. . . . .... 9709 Herbert A. Taylor 50 %.8SI : ', ; .... the former. members, and she will be able to retun

part to ri% ers. N.S. 181'1 Dozella S. Stevens. 200 S.U Lot 11. Blk. 98. Fellow J the former home. is also in th
Troy Lang
Green Cove Springs : ; ship Park . . . 9710 Fred J.: Reinhold .. 50 .85 especially pastors
Part of Lot 5. Blk 30 as Lots 6 & 3. Blk. 116. Fel- '. ; .. _: of the church There are many Baptist Hospital with a broke:
i rec. in O.R. No. 25. lowship Park ...... 9722 G. J. Sillivan ..... 100 4.U' .. >. '

Page 253. N.S. Green ..8%% Edward .:J. :t.lcQueen 1500 5.94 Lots 1 & 3. Blk. 129. Fellowship .. ',. '... .;. ... ,. .... many folks..aU over Florida thigh. He is in traction a
Cove Springs i' Park . . 9734 "N. P. Forsberg- .. 100 4.5' and other places who have loved the time.
Part of Lot 7. Blk. 30 as I Lot 10. Blk. 131 Fellow- ''",.
1 rec. in Deed Book 44. ship Park . . . 9740 Mrs. C. Richling 50 .8S ones sleeping in the Long Genevive Stewart one c

Page 46. N.S..GreenCove __' 788 Mamie Lee Forest.. no ?.Z3 Lots ,5 & 7. Blk. 136. Fellowship Branch cemetery needless toe the Highland folks underwen
Springs Park '.: J9748 .Mrs. S. G. Samuelson 100 4.54 "
Part of Lot 7. Blk 30 a- Lots 1 & 3. Blk. 140. Fellowship say all of these are welcome to surgery Tuesday morning 1
rec. in Deed Book +4. ;' '.. Park . .. v-t9756 J. W. Ott .. ... ..,.. 100 4.54
4 Page 48. N.S. Green .-' .89 Johnnie Lee Knox.. ISO Zit Lots 6 &. 8, Blk. 161. Fel- e '. : attend the services in the sems that all of our news i

Part Cove of Springs Lot 8. Blk..32 as .', lowship Park . .. St87 G. E. Welborne..... lot 4.54 church. also welcome to visit about sick folks this week. W
Lots 1 & 3. Blk. 171. Fel .':. .'*
rec. in O.R. No. 11. lowship Park .hh' 9796": E. Sawyer ... ... 100 4.54 .. the last resting place of their are sorry that so many-anc
Page 437. N.S. Green.. { 'Z"CO Emily .T Johnson .. 100 5.S4 .::-. "" .--
Lots 2. 4. 6. 8. 10 & 12. others did nc
Cove Springs ,-t' loved ones and then come numerous we
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Blk. Blk. 218, Fellowship .: : :: 5
Lot 8 SID of Lot 8. ** ;
32. NS. Green CoveSprings Park . . .... _. 829 .:J. L. Reese Jr.: .. ... 300. 11.81 .. back to the tables and eat all learn about-are sick, and w|<
_.t1. 'OSUo Nannle 1.. Bruton. 100 5.04 Lots 9. 10, 11 & 12. Blk. i':' .. .. .. -
. of the dinner they can eat; wish for all a speedy recovery"Sunday
Lot 14, Blk. 53. NS. 220. Feliowsip Park .9832 .A. F. Wescott eo. 200 7.92
Grwen Cove Springs __! 'un Donald Fullerton .. 1150 U.4G Lots 1 & 3, Blk. %U. Fellowship _... ." and if they are able return to
Lot 3. Elk 69. N.S Green i. L' Park .. .-,r*. 9836 Clarke Boyce .... 160 4.54 '. .. i
'Z991 Virginia Clayton the church and sing long morning "Grann
Cove Springs Lots 2 & 4. Blk. 222..Fellowship as I
Ray Estate .. .... 200 8.42 Park . .. "fe'SS37 I. '. Lillian Boyce ... .. 100 4.54 wish Pen" (Mrs. Lula pendarvi
as they to sing. But who f
Part of Lots7., Blk. 3 Lots 2 & 4, Blk. U5.-Fellowship *", r _
P as rec. in O.R. No. 35. vPark ,. -. 9846 % W. MogilnskiJ .. 100 4.54 is able to sing after eating a was short to whip this poc '
Page 505. Shands Plat 1 -: 811 Best Construction. Lot 9. Blk. 268. Fellow- ;.... .r < '
Co ... .:.... ..,.. 1501 5.94 ship Park *. .-.-.a.. 9113.J.: K. Hopkins ... ... 50. 2.85 dinner like that is always serv- ignorant writer-or correspor

Lots 12 & 13.. Blk. U. .h'. _" .; Lot 1. Elk 269. Fellowship ., 1& ., .. .. ed at this church? Anyway. dent-for not having any new j
Shands Platt Plat Book ..:s:. .;, ... : i. Park . .;. .' .' 1 _-,. '>>I.. ..r .4A875.1VTm. Eaton ... ..... 59 '*'2.85 .I .. -,0 t. '.. I
2. Page 1 .. -: 1 .1122... Willie P. Plummer :. 200 I.U Lot Z. Elk 269) -Fellowship 's-. f: .. : : : f we will look for old friends in the paper last week We go |
Lots B.<5, C.t10,11.4:16.' .1' t., .faf :1 ;' ti Park l.A. !' 9878 'N. p. Forsberg ... : 59 '2.85 .S '' ; and"'also her thdv
--' .. friends well straightened out on
: new
as
Shands Plat 'Felrew-b ... .. .. 7' l
Blk. '-or. \ .. Lot 6. Blfc TT2." '11. -.l-.r.. -.J. '1.-, ..
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Plat Book %. Page 1 .. + tR .;: .'8121 WUber Lawson ._";. .... 606 %1." ship Park;. ,.-. w 9881'' Otto-'Syben ... ...:_ 50 %.15' : I Everyone is welcome, as has in a "right quick hurry"-tolf ]
Lot' 3. .Blk. W. Sbands i. ..(1 :,.. ... ; Fellow:4 sns l
.;0'"" CN: t ., Lot 6. Blk. %SO. .....f ; i: "
Flat. Plat Book 2., P. 1 ti ... ,.- .. ship Park.. .V:....i:: ...: .,.. ... 'i..o t&ICII' .. I tU: Josephine: Weston. 50 2.85. i been said time sfter time. We her to look in the second section
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'in O.R.43. -Page : 4ati t !: ; -: :4: : .". :J.,;. "
as rec. Lot :
28L fllow)0
I 5. Blk of the Bradford Coun
5 : compliment Fred
wish
.,. ..,. ..... ";::: 13'1' Harold L. Fraocls .. 200 8.': ,.. .t .. to Lang :
61 > .. .' -l'il.ti." :) : .. .(1. .' .: .f' ,. .Jo,. '. ship Park .. . :: .i t.-. .a813.+'PDennis, _. __.....u i4U"; ,I-IS iSSSi 14-i :
r 8 5 & & of aridthe sh would find tt
others who have J
Lots 4.
pLot Lots It & 12. B k. 335y ", ft paper
: 70 Book ex. part 109.rec.Page inDeed n p.' rt. ': .. ,. .? ,- .. :. Fellowship Park t. ... ,,, :J90L1A.; .: J'; Fonner ... .. ., 'a10. .. f$4 -.:+ '..;.44- --,.:-.eai; worked- cleaning up xhe..ceme* news. She >pror3sed to do si

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Lot 3, Bik.39 Fellowship -
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309. Plat Blk. Book W. :2.ShandsPlat. Page {. Park ,__.vi* JTAi.. .. ... lg t, '. ''Ui% Edith B.. Falconbnryr.9935rw. .50 2.85 ,. tery they have really done Of course we were shakingour Jj

i ; 'IU' Wilber Lawson .. .. 1000 31.01 Lots 9, 10 A 41, Blk.,406. II\tt\ ". f work in cleaning boots hinny Pen" ailj
-.T ,
1 some wonderful
Fellowship! Park ..... .. :14; H. Halsey .. .. 150 6.22 .:
.
Lot 21. Blk. SX as rec. in A lot on S. side at-itain .4" ---- this large cemetery. I always have an argumel' j
OR No. 9. Page 477. : St. as in OR.:: No. .
yea '.
Shands Plat Plat Book ..i. : i .. \. : 31. Page' 37llAMiddle- --. -y 'Of course": the Mothers' Day some thing everyUme we mee j

Lot 2. 4.Page Blk. TX.as rec. in ';.j$ 8194 Donald W. Shrock 150 1.22 Part burg of Sec.. .14. .as> .'.rec.... '.inDeed 13 5 -%4E-1: ,! 10097 Andy O. Anderson .. 2000 6986UBJ18TRo ",. .. .. : services win be observed in and all of the arguments pi I

O.R. No/ 51. Page 197.Shands z :: !J .' : ; ,"_ >Book,. jfT Page '- .-. each church next Sunday. the together don mean anythin I
Plat Plat Book 5T ; 118 Jloushtons SID/ It 5' 241f *nnr Ivy Heirs. 209 S.42
%. Pape 1 It, ",."" .' 8198 v Sally Mae; Anders.. 100 n.18 Lots 1 Q-I; Bite. ,I. east of : :: 'J < if-.4.. mothers win be paid a great We are great friends, but wl 1 1wouldn't

Lot.k Blk. VX as rec. in ,; ; r RR PhJps/D:: } < ___--, u t 23E. : 'J61JOTI&--AUen Yates ,..;,...u 59 2.85 5 tribute,' and we all know In be a (> end to he I
t .
No. 43. Page 530. ; .-
100 fC: -1l: : : 5. .,. ,
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Lot 4 e-x. W. J q' ; ,
Plat Book '. ; : someotl
:Shands. Pagel.Plat.. ... .. xS" t 801- \.:Jasper Bryant .. .... 150 ,.%% Kingsley . ..h.E .. -1 ? _I'JU thel A. Barbour... 2590 85.8 reality. it is a mother's hand Would have to be

Lot 12. Blk. BB. Shands : i L" Part of Book 2. t... : !
Plat "
Plat 1 5* 815 Agnes V. Jones: ..... 100 5.04 KingStBTT- ; .;... .-- _;: .. : 11111 -EmeJt A. Buchanan 1999 15.51 attend services in some church.
Page Golden #' ; : Lots It & 13. Kingsley .19191 Miss Arsula. Tomkins 5frO. lUf. ?J.' 1. r ld.1 I
Blk. 34. Brotherhood W
Lot 4, 1 d. ,; s The and
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Manor .. It..3 James M.. Uoggatt .. :000 1S.86 Lots 46 & 47. S. of .rd'- s 4sr .a. -

Lot Gate 5, Mllbyrne Triangle ;' : 88288 Irvin A. Robinson. 1000 U6.U rd.36. ,KingsleyLot Aaron Smiths. . v.... .. a..; ',1P9... Eo W..... Hayn'. .....'.. ._ _.,150. .. 6,-.%-;. '. -. We are W7 s sorry to say of the Highland church w 1

W 100 ft. .of O.P.Lot .11. Blk. I ..'.it ,: } fi: aut Advent Christian Addition . . _. U' I 23E tUlt Lorraine* Noles .. ... ItO 4.54 .: that Nellie Wilkinson Is in have their monthly meetL 1

G. Sect; 1, > J.- ::) 1. G'"h t Church t.. ... ... 1000 3.51 Part in of Meek Lots Book\ &'73T 2 ..l"age.. rec. : :- -&. **. 'v erY poor: health' again.TShe' : next Sunday -afernoon at |
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-SVc 0.R of No.Lot 7.32 Page.as ree.ln 194 & f .ies ;. f : 340. .EdisardS; / r.. 1* I 23E.; t .,''; ,..,1014- ,. J... M, Smith. .{.' .4Q 2200* -'ZL1I !.- fe ha1 Improved some but itseems o'clock, fbl g'the baptlsn"l

f .IUI Orange Park Land Part'aLLats.1T. 18. & .F \ F 'b .. \ .
SC1.0.P. 3.1
s I serviees
196. at 'o'clock at
..,, ;; Ca . .. 2501 119.E16 32 a.*T t.trr D2ed'Boolc -'lit at .. L } :'1. \ : sbe.fca.relapsed again 1 ;:

Lot 4 & 1. Berrlers S/D. $5o-4:dna Mae R issmanli 3508 .. L3 JtEd- 20. 1 i -i.> 4S479. f. and Is. not improving as all of regular banjstnal place Jl J
Part of Lot 44. as rec. in wards ID .: .. . .. 21 I 23E: Ih16-W. G.-BoIUn.? .:Jr..... 3699 124.03.
O.R. No. +0, Page .%U. ', S Sly 105 ft. of Ely 108 ft. us had hoped. wi.oo wish she Black Creek* f near. the

Sec. 1. O.P. un Thelma AusUn .. u 200 S.U of Lot 6. Blk. 47. Long r ed to be present.
;Lot 3. Blk. 5. Sec 2. O.P. _..... -. 113 Mae Fisher .... .... 1000 :4.51 Branch City . *. ... } 10403 Lacey McMalien .. .. 759 27.Y5:' could be well again.

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f NOTICE ,OF APPLICATION FOB TAX DEED
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE City of Green Cove Sprints
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT T. J. ALDERMAN, holderof IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF

IN THE COURT OF THE the following certificates .has filed said certificates for a CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA! THE FOURTH JUDICIAL

COUNTY JUDGE CLAY tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificates numbers and In CHANCERY CIRCUIT IN AND FOR

COUNTY FLORIDA Fear of issuance, the description of the property, and the time Jeannette M Staritch CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA,

IN PROBATE. In which it was assessed are as follows:. also known as IN CHANCERY No. 3609

IN RE: ESTATE OF CERTIFICATE No. 24 Year of Issuance: July 7, 1953 Jeannette M. Starrich SOUTH BROOKLYN

VERNON S. HAYNESTO ;Name in which accessed: A. W. Whipp e Plaintiffvs. SAVINGS BANKSa

Description of property: Part of Block 53, Borden's Oak St. corporation. plaintiff.
ALL
CREDITORS AND -
SIP as described in Deed Book 41, John August Staristch
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR v.RUBY
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS DEMANDS AGAINST page 375 also known as L. GEIGER. defendant

f SAID ESTATE CERTIFICATE No. 26 -'Year of Issuance: July 7, 1953 John August Starrich NOTICE OF SUIT
: Name in which accessed: M.. F. & Mary Phillips DefendantNo. TO: RUBY I.. GEIGER
RALPH F, INLET MARINA MARINA MOTELAPTS. You and each of you are here: Description of, property: Part, of Block 53. Borden's Oak St. 3622 YOU RUBY L. GEIGER. are

FOR RENT by notified and required to pre SD'as rcorded in Deed Book 13, NOTICE OF SUIT hereby notified that a complaint
Hwy 17 Orange Park sent claims and demands ,
MILBEBGEROrange
any
By Week or MonthU. :page 568 THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: to foreclose a certain
f STORAGE-WET & DRY S. 17 North which you, or either of you,'may CERTIFICATE No. 42 -3eaof issuance: July 6, 1954 John August Staristch morgage on the following described .

& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS PHONE 234-3605 have against the estate of VERNON Name in which accessed: Eva Lee Hill also known as real property to wit.

(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERS S. HAYNES; deceased, Description of property.' .Lot P.;.S/D of Lot 11, Block 29. North John August Starrich Lot Sixteen (16). Block

REFRIGERATIONAND MERCURY ENGINES PIANO SERVICE late of said County to, the ,Suburbs Residence unknown Seven (7), Unit Two (2).

County Judge of CLAY County, CERTIFICATE No.',26.- Year of Issuance: July 5, 1955 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- MEADOWBRROK accord

AIR CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICECO Florida at his office in the Name in which accessed: Mae' Davis FIED that a suit has been filed tug to plat thereof recorded -

Service GEORGE WEEKSPIANO courthouse of .said County at Description of property, : Lots 1 and 3, Block 3 of Lot 2. Ber- against you In the above entitled in Plat Book 6. pages.

Home Phone 284-978O 4-9835 SERVICE GREEN COVE SPRINGS Flor- '- rian's S/D. Block 28, North Suburbs cause and you are hereby 12 and 13 of the public of

Business Phone 284-9431 TunIng Repairing ida, within 6 calaendar months CERTIFICATE No. 29 -. Yar of Issuance: July 5, 1955 required to serve upon plaintiffs Clay County. Florida
BOOKKEEPINGHEIUIAN :PHONE 2843278Box from the time of the first publication Name In which accessed: Naomi & Cleveland Smith attorney whose name and has been filed against you and
"
5O Ribernia Rt. of this notice.' Each Description of property: Easterly: 90 ft. of Part of Lot 8, Block address appear hereon. your you are required to serve copy

AGIN'SRefrigeration' E. REEDBookkeeping Green Core Springs claim or demand shall "be in 29. North' Suburbs written defenses if any to the of your answer or pleading to

writing, and shall state the CERTIFICATE No':'40 Year of Issuance: July 3, 1956 bill of complaint in said suit, the complaint on the plaintiffs

WQ e '' REAL ,ESTATE place of residence and post of- Name In which accessed: Margart Stokes copy of which is delivered to attorneys. MARKS. GRAY

I And Air and Tax Service fice address of the claimant, Description of property: '.Lots 5 and 6, S/D of Lot 8, Block you herewith on or before YATES. CONROY & GIBBS.

ConditioningSERVICE CLARENCE B. LAZETTE and shall be sworn to by the 32.; North Suburbs June 10th A. D. 1963. 231 East Forsyth Street. Jacksonville -

400 W. Walnut St. cloimarvt, agent, attorney and CERTIFICATE No. 37 Year of Issuance: July 2, 1957 Herein fail not or decree Florida and file the

Phone 284-6721 Liscensed:: ,Broker In any such claim or demand not Name in which accessed: Nannie L. Burton pro confesso will be entered original answer or pleading in

4 Chrysler Airtrmp Sales Green Cove Springs Green Cove Springs so filed shall be void. UNLESS such certificates,shall be redemed according to law, the against you for the relief pray- the office of the Clerk of the

Authorized Philcot Since 1937 ROY HILDUMAs Description of property: Lot 8, S/D of Lot 8. Block 32. North ed in the bill of complaint. Circuit Court In and For Clay

Service executor of the Last Suburbs THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT County Florida on or bef,r::
ELECTRICALAtlas Homes Farms Acreage Will and Testament of Unless such certificates shall be redeemed according to law the BEING FOR DIVORCE the 10th day of June. IS;33 If

r Day Ph. 284-368O 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 VERNON S HAYNES, deceased property described In such certificates will be sold to the highest WITNESS my hand and the you fail to do so Judgment by

Night 284-3492: Electric & Mechanical bidder at the City Hall front door on the first Tuesday after he seal of said Court at Green default will be taken againstyou

1. Palmetto CAREY'S TRADING POST T. J. JENNINGS, JR. first Monday in the month of June. 1963 which is the 4th day of Cove Springs Florida this 6th and the relief demandedin

Green Cove Springs Company WE BUY SELL TRADE ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE OF June 1963. day of May A. D. 1963. the complaint. This notice
Dated this 1st day of May, 1963. shall be published once each
We do all type of electrical Three locations VERNON S. HAYNES GEORGE L. CARLISLE
:
APPLIANCESJim wiring 15 E. Palmer St. Ph. 284-3280 First publication April 25, 1963. S/ Ben Zellner Clerk Circuit Court week for four consecutive

April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 1963. Clerk of the City of Green By EstUlee Ridley weeks In The Clay County
Carter Appliance RAY SHIPP Warehouse & antiques old May 2. 9, 16, 23, 1963 Cove Springs, Florida Deputy ClerkT. Crescent.

Service:: Inc. Owner and clanger Gym Bldg. S. Orange Are. LEGAL NOTICEIN LEGAL NOTICE J. Jennings Jr. DONE and ORDERED at

-,,jgr A. F. BakerRefrigeration Phone 284.9228TYPEWRITER S "BIG TOP" tent Blanding GUARD YOUR FAMILY James T. Norton Green Cove Springs. Florida

,. & Blvd. At Ridgewood THE COUNTY JUDGE'S IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Fight Cancera With A Attorney for Plaintiff this 7th day of May, 1963.

Air Conditioning Service Furniture & appliances at COURT OF CLAY COUNTY. CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn Address: CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
SERVICE CHANCERY Checkup And A CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDABy
Box 372
also all P. O.
bargain 8tfc FLORIDAIn
prices
Major Appliance Repairs I ProbateIn Hairy J. McEachern: Check Green Cove Springs. Florida Grace M. Carlisle
Plaintiffvs.
Washers. Dryers Typewriter Service Re: Estate of Paid advertisement
LEGAL NOTICEIN .
Phone 284-3542 HARRISON MOSLEM
E. C. ,HURST: deceased Frances V. McEache .
THE CIRCUIT COURT
DefendantNo.
PACKAGE STORE Office Machine Sales LETTER TO STOCKHOLDERS
& Srvice FOURTH JUICIAL CIRCUIT. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 3618 ,-

OF FLORIDA CLAY COUNTY All Creditors and Persons NOTICE OF SUIT .
Serving Clay, Putnam & St. .
PAUL'SAll FLORIDA IN CHAN- having Claims or, Demands' THE STATE OF'FLORDA- TO, : o '. '. KEYSTONE STATE BANK

Johns Counties., CERY against said Estate: Prances V. McEachern ,
Legal Beverages '
NO. C-3603 You and each of you are P. O. Box 96 .
Open S A.M. to 1 A.M. Phone 2846301 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE hereby notified and requiredto Mountain View. Georgia ..
Dnvaf Cot"sty Line 414 N. Orange Ave. ASSOCIATION a present any claims and demands YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED April 30, 1963

North ot Orange Park Green Cove- Springs', ''.- '.Florida.. corporation, etc., which you may have that a suit has been filed ,
Plaintiff against the Estate of Harrison against you In the: above en-
To Our Stockholders:
'
VIS.MORRIS. Mosley deceased, late of Clay titled cause and you are hereby

I OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE j jr I C. WHITE, JR., and County, Florida to the County required to serve upon plain-I I Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of Keystone
Q SHIRLEY ANN WHITE Judge of Clay County. Florida tiff's attorney whose name and State Bank will be held in the Directors'. Room of said Bank on Lawrence Boulevard -

hb wife at his office in the Courthouseof address appear hereof: your. In Keystone Heights. Florida.' on the 13th day of May 1963. to consider and

Defendant said county -at 'Green"-Cove written defenses if.any to the I act upon a recommendation of the'Board, of Directors to:amend the Chapter of the

Springs. Florida, within six bill of complaint''in ;'said-.suit, Bank so as to increase the capital stock of the Bank from fifty thousand dollars
FOR SALE MISCELLANOUSFOR NOTICE, OF SUJT months from the time of the copy of which is delivered: to (50000.00 to one hundred thousand dollars (100000.00 of common stock to

SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- THE STATE OF FLORIDATo first publication of this notice. you herewith on or before June be divided into ten thousand ((10,900)) shares of the per value of ten dollars ($10.00

FOR SALE 4 bedroom mowers. $15.00 and aPt McGee's : MORRIS C. WHITE, JR., Each claim or demand shall be. 3rd. A. D. 1963. ,z each and further that such Increase be immediately accomplished by:

house Elsie Street Hill- Welding & Radiator, 520 N. Residence: UNKNOWN in writing shall be in: duplicate :. Herein fail not or decree pro' (1) Reducing the par value of the stock of the bank from one hundred dollars

top Section call 2843860. : U.S.S. Saratoga shall state the place of confesso will be entered against ($100.00) per share to ten dollars ($10.00) per share, and at the same time
Ave. Phone 284-3163.
Orange ,
,. ,.,
25-tfc 7tfe Attack Squadron 36, residence and post office ad- you for the relief prayed In. issuing new stock certificates on the basis of ten (10) new shares for each

Fleet Post Office New dress of the claimant, shall be the; bill of complaint. ., one ((1)) share of stock presently owned by Ute stockholders of said bank and

FOR SALE OR TRADE York, New York. sworn to by the claimant his THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT (2) Increasing the capital from fifty thousand dollars (50000.00 to one hun
FOR THE BEST in all-ronnd
3 bdr. house in S. Jacksonvillenear To: SHIRLEY ANN WHITE agent or attorney and shall be BEING FOR DIVORCE. dred thousand dollars (100000.00 by the declaration of a fifty pre cent
good printing try the CRESCENT -
Phillips Plaza has fencedback Residence: UNKNOWN.You accompanied by the one' dollar WITNESS my hand and: 'the (50%) stock dividend of twenty-five thousand dollars (25000.00. and
PRESS. INC.. The priceis
yard" patio will stll or are hereby notified that filing fee required by law and seal of said Court at Green Cove (3) The sale for cash of two thousand five hundred (2.500) shares of new
'
swap equity,, for same in Green right. a suit has been filed againstyou any such claim or demand not Springs. Florida this fit day of stock of the par value of ten dollars ($10.00) each at twenty-five dollars $25.00)

Cove Springs. phone 2843007. BUY OR TRADE in the above entitled cause; so filed shall be void. May A. D. 1963S i each

2-2c For Your Used Mobile Home. to file your answer with As Administrator of the Clerk Circuit Court twenty-five thousand dollars (25000.00 will be added to capital and thirty-

Top Dollar Paid. Big Allowance .tflie! Clerk of this Court, and to Estate of Harrison Mos: By Vivian H. Sohm seven thousand five hundred dollars (37500.00 will be added to surplus, all subject

FOR RENT I on Your Coach to Trade. serve a copy thereof upon the ley. deceased. Deputy ClerkT. to the approval of the Commissioner of Banking of the State of Florida and

!Call EV 4-5584 Collect. J. Jr. & J. T. Nor- other of law.
plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, First publication April 18, 1963 Jennings, requirements

Nice 2 bedroom I ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, whose name and address is: J. April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 1963 ton Further there will be presented for approval or rejection at said special meeting -
FOR RENT: Inc.:: TURNER BUTLER and WIL- Attorney for Plaintiff of the stockholders, a proposal that Article m of the Certificate of Incorporation -

house reasonable, newly painted large inside yard and appliances JESSE M. HITTER LIAM C. GUTHRIE, JR., 102 LEGAL NOTICE Address: P. O. Box 372 be amended so that in lieu of its present language it shall read:

out. 284-9436 Florida Title Building Jack- Green Cove Springs. Florida "The amount of Capital Stock of said Corporation shall be one hundred thousand -
furnished. Call Penney
2-14 tfcHELP sonville 2, Florida not later May 2, 9, 16, 23, 1963 dollars (100000.00) of common stock to be divided into ten thousand
529-8211. 20tfe IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
Farms. than: May 22, A.A. 1963. IN AND FOR CLAY 10.000 shares of the par value of ten dollars ($10.00) each."

WANTED If you fail to do so, decree FLORIDAIN LEGAL NOTICE Further there will be presented for approval or rejection at the said special
COUNTY
FOR RENT 3-room furnished pro confesso will be entered PDOBATE. NO. 586 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT meeting of the stockholders a proposal that Section 19 of the existing By-Laws of

apt., at 100 Wes SU $50 WANTED-Ambitious married against you for the relief demanded OF CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn the Keystone State Bank be amended by substituting the words "Executive Of-
IN RE
with lights and water. Phone couple -Christians Openingfor in the complaint. : CHANCERY ficer" for the word "cashier" In the four (4) places where the said word "cashier"
ESTATE OF FLORENCE S.
GCS 2843213. 5-9c State and County manager- The nature of said suit being RIPPLE deceased. Billy Junior Ward presently appears, so that in lieu of its present language it shall read:

owners. Considerable cash re- for the foreclosure: of mortgage NOTICE TO CREDITORS Plaintiffvs. "The Executive Officer shall have custody of all deeds leases, contracts agreements -

quired. Great opportunity for encumbering the following de- evidences of title, acknowledgments of Indebtedness and other securities
REAL ESTATE WANTED All creditors of the Estate of
right people. If you qualify scribed property situate in day deceased Annie Ward belonging to the corporation.In .
Florence S. Hippie, ,
1 write Box C. Clay County Crescent County, Florida: DefendantNo. addition to his other duties the Executive Officer shall carefully observe the

HAVE PROSPECT interested I II Green' Cove Springs Fla. Lot Twenty-six (25)), Block are !hereby notified and (requiredto 3616 conduct of all clerks and subordinate officers and report to the board of directorsany
demands
land file claims or
in purchasing 2 acres of I 25-3c Four any case of neglect, incapacity or bad conduct.He .
I ((4)IEADOW) NOTICE OF SUIT
[. north of city and east of highway I BROOK Unit No. 2 accord- which they may have against shall keep correct accounts of the business of the corporation. He shag
said estate in the office of the THE STATE OF FLORDA TO:
17. Contact our Mr. Good- ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES to plat recorded in Plat Annie Ward at each regular meeting present a statement of the business of the corporationwith

win 284-3106. Inc. Book 6. ,pages 12 and 13, of County Florida Judge in the of courthouse Clay County at Central. South Carolino a balance sheet thereof at the end of the preceding month. He shall be

FLORIDA LIMITED REALTY We Will Trade for Your Car the current public records Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED subject at all times in his duties, to the supervision of the board of directorsand
Green Cove Springs
CORP. S'2- Furniture. Diamonds, or Any- of Clay County Florida. within six calendar months that a suit has been filed of the president.The .
thing of Value on a New Mobile WITNESS band and the Executive Officer shall have the custody of the seal of the corporation
my from the date of the first publication against you In the above entitled -
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which shall be affixed by him to any instrument required to be sealed and
Home.
of said Court Green
JONES & HALL NURSERYNow seal oat of this notice.- Each claimor cause and you,are hereby
7 Days A Week ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES. Cove Springs, Florida, ,this 19th< demand must be in writingand required to serve upon plaintiffs which maay have been authorized by the Board of Directors. He shall also
Open affix the seal to stock certificates and attest the same by his signature.The .
of A.D. 1963.George whose and
Browse AroundSee Inc. day April the of attorney name
Come Out -'Our Stock 6263 Roosevelt Blird. L. Carlisle, residence must and state office place ad- address appear hereon. your minute books shall,be In the custody of the Executive Officer and he shall:
post permit no one but a director of the bank or legally constituted supervisory
EV written the
13 South of New 4-5584 Clerk of the Circuit Court dress of the claimant and must defenses if any to
Highway Vivian H., bill of complaint In said suit authorities to have access to the minutes of the board of directors. )
turn' at Coilecove or By Sohm the claimant his
Bridge right 284-9436 Deputy Clerk be sworn to by copy of which is delivered to Further there will be presented for approval or rejection at he said special
it will
Store follow signs. agent or his attorney or meeting of the stockholders a proposal that Section 25 of the existing By-Laws
2-14 tfc herewith before June
April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 1963 become void according. to law. you on or
3rd. A. D. 1963. of the Keystone State Bank 'be amnded by adding to the first sentence thereof
.4 11 m 111 n m 11 ii i u i m in I M 11 M i M I 1111 M 1111 M T 1111 T i n 111111- FRED R. SACHER Herein fail not or decree pro the words "or Assistant Vice-Presidents", so that in lieu of its present language
Administrator Cum Test-
confesso win be entered it shaD read:
againstyou
I t AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY f amento Estate Annexo of Florence of the S. for the relief prayed in "An bonds stock certificates checks notes. drafts. conveyances of real estate

satisfaction pieces. assignments of mortgages and other instruments to which
; { 1111 n 111 : n M i i ? 11 u M u : 111111111111 i i i 11 i 11 i i 11 MM ..M..H..H-. Hippie deceased. the bill of complaint.
THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT the seal of the corporation is affixed. shall be signed by the president or the

FURNITURE IRI'IGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT Myron C. Prevatt BEING FOR DIVORCE. vice-president or such officer as the board of directors may designate for

Attorney at Law WITNESS my hand and the that purpose and countersigned by the cashier or one of the Assistant Cashiersor

AIR BASE FURNITURE CO AMERICAN Kestone Heights: Florida seal of said Court at Green Cove Assistant VIce-Presidents. Dividend and cashiers checks drawn on the corporation

Fine Furniture EASTERLING PHARMACY Attorney for Administrator Springs Florida this 30th day may be signed: by any officer designated by the directors..
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Carpeting Appliance April 25, May 2. 9, 16. 1963- of April A D. 1963. The foregoing win be In addition to an other business which may come be-
Home Furnishings
Complete Service
Reliable Prescription
5058 RooMvelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner ROOM AND BOARD /S GEORGE L. CARLISLE. ,fore the Meeting.It .
I is hoped that win be able to attend but U this Is not
Jacksonville EV '7-4611 Complete Cosmetic Dept. DESIRED Clerk Circuit Court you convenient, please
Specialist in Young man desires room By Grace M. Carlisle execute the enclosed proxy and return it to the undersigned as promply as pos
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equipment -
sible.
and two meals a days In a Deputy Clerk

Pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries private home In Sam Be WIlson KEYSTONE STATE BANK '

AirStream for Travel Green Core Syrian. Attorny for Plaintiff By: JOSEPHINE REED
Complete Line of Greeting
Used Trailers-Bank Financial Quiet. Highest references. Address: 217 Guaranty Life SHIER
0O1? Roosevelt Blvd. tort Blinding BITL.Jack..Tt11e Cards
Florida
Write Box D, Building Jacksonville Paid advertisementTHURSDAY.
MOBILE HOMES. INC
BUTTS ET' 8-8978 : BY *-.7S& 2055-57 Park St., Jacksonville The Crescent May 2. 9. 16. 23. 1963






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J. P. REVELS FORD MOTORAMA, INC. lVI} N-DIX1E GROCERYGREEN

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QUI-SI-SANA MOTEL
HANDY WAY FOOD STORE

GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.
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