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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 23, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Burlington Burlington Industries, whose Begins Green Cove Hiring mill is scheduledto City Offers $ 7 SO G's

be re-activated within the next two months this week hired
three former members of its supervisory staff according to Dr.

," Russell Jensen president of the Clay County Chamber of Com
merce.
The company's firsst three local employes are E. C. Rawls,

Jack Garrard and Floyd Wilkes all of Green Cove. .
Robert Hay who headss Burlington's electrical engineering
staff inspected the mill late last week and ordered additionalair Cash For Naval Base

conditioning equipment and heavy duty wiring.
Mr. Hay said that during the past two weeks the company
has doubled its estimates of production machinery v requiredfor

the operation. in Green Cove. Person close to the Burling
ton management infer from this that production at the mill

may be greater than was at first estimated.
The plant may be in full operation by August 1. Congress May Ask

In making the statement. Dr. Jensen expressed the grati- C-hamberBats Second

tude of the chamber of City officials and others for obtainingfor .
Burlington a satisfactory electric power rate. This was a GSA To Withhold

basic prerequisite in persuading Burlington to return to Green
Cove. He further expressed his satisfaction at the results of

the labor survey which was conducted by the City. Home Run In A Week Sale To StateAfter
Persons desiring employment at the mill should contact Mr.
Garrard there Dr. Jensen said."A" .
representatives of the City of Green Cove this week

TM Trailer Manufacturing Co., Inc., will begin manufacturing made a cash offer of $750,000 for the abandoned naval base
For Effort trailers in Green Cove next week, according to an announce- I It appeared likely late yesterday that the Senate and House

ment made this week by J. Slater Smith executive secretaryof Government Operations committees would ask GSA to with-
the Clay County Chamber of Commerce.The hold sale of the base to the state pending further study.A .
company will occupy a building facing on the St. John's GSA recommendation that the State be allowed to buy
River adjacent to the naval base. It has 9,000 sq. ft. of floor the base at 620400. the GSA-appraised value of the property,
pace.; F QR has been in the offices of both committees now for more than

.:::.. : TM subsidiary of Turnpike Mobile Homes is the second three weeks. Normally unless congressional action is taken
.:4d.- industrial newcomer to Clay County to be announced by the within 30 days to abrogate that recommendation the sole to
Chamber within a week. the State would be automatic next week.A .

.. The company, whose manufacturing operations have heretofore delegation of Green Cove City officials appeaared before

been In Madison FLu, expects the move to be completedby wg representatives of the Senate Government Operations COmmittee -
the end of this week. on Tuesday. Yesterday they appeared before representatives -

Robert C Carroll executive vice president of Turnpike told .aWaea.s.ke'.Y's.c'c d :xrafX4.;r'akx 2Yaycav. .a.ta 3a3 .. of the House Government Operations Committee.. Today; ,
..r THE CRESCENT that H. W. Mundorff president of TM. they are scheduled to appear before representatives of the
would move to Green Cove the latter part of this week and The long-vacant plant adjacent to the naval base General Services Administration which will make the final de-
1 t. that employment would begin at week's end. which Is to be occupied next week by TM Trailer Manufacturing cision. .

;s'- e. The company which has retail outlets in Jacksonville and Company In spite. of a great deal of cleaning, wiring, City ,representatives have detailed to congressional represen-

+4.. .Cocoa.!, expects to turn out two trailers here next week. This refurbishing, etc., company ,officials hope to produce two tatives a revamped proposal; for purchase.of the property. 'I11e.grouP. .

} production rate will be raised to 10 weekly. as, quickly as possi, trailers next week in this plant.OldestOldTimer. went to Washinfton armed with commitments, from twoFlorida
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4z ble. -: i banks and a:Chicago bonding house.,guaranteeing the

4n. Present employment at Madison is 20 persons. However, company =TBbund .... ':"- financing of the city's proposal if..accepted. .

executives said that only three or four key-I men would' .. . .'' -j':'. The:new proposal, obviously tailored, tomeet. GSA objections.
$< be moved,'to Green Cove and that the bulk of the employment : w. ? waspresented to the operations commtee because that group

w would.be secured locally.: The company hopes present employ- A Beau At Prayer Meeting;"'; and a similar committee in the House are currently r reviewingthe
Cline McLane a Jacksonville banker, has built on the ; .
ment win double within a year. disposal plan In. advance: ot any final action. .
south shore of Doctors Lake: what Is believed to be the only Trailers; 'manufactured"by TM are generally 10 feet wide by GSA had asked the, right, to sell,to the.,state for $620,400
I A-frame house In the County. The house,'now used f.e week 50 feet long. Some are made to standard specifications.others The.Pool Was SegregatedMrs. order, to get. a quick".settlement on, a cash basis, whereas the

ends Is constructed midway out on a 50-foot dock. to orar.Price l range of the, trailers Is $3,200 to $3.600. cttsfn .proposal called,for deferred pa'ment.of..the bulk of

At Mr. MUrIdorff'who: : will bead the operation in Green Cove .Louise Rivers the mother -I able.young widow could..meet ,teh money. ? "..
Relocation ,. ,is 46 years old He 3s married and has three'children. 'o!..Judge Thomas .J. .Rivera I man was: $ta'Church.meet.lng:"' Under the revised plan the Florida NaUonal'1ank would put
is'Oreen-Cove-oddest oldtimer. -: At the pool* the sheep were up'4715,000 and the Bankol Green Cove Springs $35,000 to meet

10-Year-Old .- She moved Green Cove; separated from the. "l 'olves.Mr. .' the purchase price until "the city .sells" .-. revenue. certificates' to
/ "Cowboy"Has 65 years ago at age of 28. Rivers died in 1911. raise the money: .
i y A representative, of the Chicago firm of Barcus, .Kindred and
\' Mrs Rivers c .. from Chi- leaving her with three more
i : Won 17 cago to Green Cove as the wife I children to rear. She did it Co., accompanying the Green Cove Springs officials. verified
I Trophies of an in man. dmer Palmer alone. She told them she had that his company had contracted_ with_ the city to buy the

her first husband, died soon had enough heartbreak and certificates as soon a* ,they are validated. .
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from all over the State;; meetto The new plan was outlined In the conference
1 1t meredream after she came to. Florida, leaving would never marry again. One by.attorney
compete la'the various divisions -
Berwick Anderson and backed
her with two young chil- way to feed a hungry brood by statements from the other
t horses and winning swards: but lor trophies that are dren. was by sewing. One of her officials-City Manager Ben Zeller. Mayor Ed TaYlor Com

Glenn Jones, son of .Mr. :and awarded on a point system. church earliest recollections is of mak- missioner Warwick Kenney and Judge Tom Rives.Florida's .
At
\ Glenn collects some of his trophies a meeting some-
: Mrs. John P. Jones rides prin tit these Frolics and wins time later, she met Petra Jud- ing Noel Gustafsorfs first over-

rr cess. A four-year-uld.mare and others at contests held by other son Rivers a prominent land- coat.Mrs.. Rivers.who now lives, Gross 11 BillionThe
has many awards and Tibons. riding clubs. He won his first owner and farmer. Mrs. Rivers
with a companion 1801 Idle-
award In Mar h, 1962. He and was an Episcopalian her new gross value of all Florida 1957 to 1976. Is expected to be-
a. The ten-year-old "cowboy"wnn wild Avenue has two other
6 r his parents have just accepted husband a Methodist. What production. Including both 122 per cent."Included .
wnn A total of 17 trophies.Not an Invitation for him to ride church they met at is lost in 93 sons: A. E. Rivers and Joseph goods and services stood at hi both the gross.

\\ bad .for an old timer who In a competition to be held in years t>f recollections.In ville.Petra Rivers both of Jackson-. $11 billion in I960 a 17 per national product and the gross.

has been riding by :himself Nashville Georgia on June 8. those early days. Green cent gain over 1957 comparedwith Florida product are 13 mea
since the age of four. He and The Wayside club has four Cove was two hotels surrounding a national increase of 11 surements. These are the values

ItII 1. his parents are members.of;the divisions the Small Fry In the board-lined pool a few GREEN COVE SPRINGS per cent the Florida State of physical products of
Wayside Horsemen's Club and I which Glenn competes the stores: and natives and visitors.to FAMILY FROLICSThe Chamber of Commerce pointed I agriculture, mining manufac-
Air. and Mrs. McLane and their 10-year-old daughter, now and then. Glenn beats Dad Juniors, the Seniors and the Green Cove for the baths in out in its Weekly Business' turing and construction plus
Sheilah. spend their week-ends fishing; crabbing: boating on a show night. Jack Bennys. About 250 horsesare those days were as socially cele- Green Cove Springs Family Review released last week. the costs of utilities transportation -
or just plain relaxing. The house is the forerunner of a year- Frolics Committee met
brated Potter Palmer of Chi- on
as This
The Wayside club has An Annual usually entered in these figure represented communication and
Ii round house to which the McLanes plan to move within the last
Monday to formulate
I T+'ro11c"where riding clubs shows with about 20 to 25 horses cago for whom she had named plansfor Florida's contribution to the trade and financial real estate.
next few years. her first son who now lives in a sale and sane final summer natioal
entered in Glenn's division. gross product and is a personal, professional and gov-
i I BIG "Q" RETURNS .4,012.80 Six of his trophies are for Jacksonville. holiday-Labor Day, Sep- measure of the market valueof ernmental _services."
I{ I FIX TO HE MAILBOX overall high point score. The According to Mrs. Rivers the tember 2., This will be the Second the state's economy for the _.1

I! I LOSE YOUR CAR KEYS THUS .tf EEK There were several large events are judged on timing bathing must have been pure- Annual Frolics. A day of year: 1960", the Review stated.
Big "Q"'returns last; week, the and accuracy tn Tiding. ly medicinal: the men and fun etivitles for all ages is "Reported here for the first SOUTHERN BELL'SCORPORATELYOWNED
in black
Three keys a
car This week has been designated -
\ found in heaviest being on Friday when Glenn grooms and feeds his women were segregated in sep- plumed with games, good food, time, the figure was computed JAIL
\ leather case were "M a 11 b o x Improvement the 1-7 in the 10th event and horse. He she Is arated ends of the pool divid- dancing, and -a finale of fire from reports of federal
says a crossbd.wn a com-
II of Coca-Cola. Southern
an empty case Week according to Richard E. Bell's jail I fa
3-4 in the 11th provided works.
$ .-
ed by high board fence.
a
Shetland and Pala- mission which studied all
I The Gren Cove Coca-Cola ; u a a phases Park
Orange
Sapp Postmaster of Green i is probably tIRe
The
I Bottling Works asked us to 013.80. mino. He has been teased for The only place marriage-- representatives of the of the nation's economy.
Cove. only corporately-owned jail in
\
Omer BawUngsgreybounds riding a miniature PalaminoHe Family Frolics Committee from "Protection to 1976 are also
J locate the owner. Persons having mailboxes ondb" the United States, according to
,. collected seven victories last;. also comes In for a little GIRLS AND GREYHOUNDS organizations have expressed Included in the study and place John
rural and star routes are their Tucker, district managerof
week on the seven programs teasing about his good luck SATURDAY NIGHT AT wilEngess to participate fhe gross Florida product for
being asked to make them attractive the telephone .
t SERVICES FOR HENRYi4 with Lee Bryant Paul suther- charm. When he won Ills first in the 1963 Family Frolics that year at more than $29 billion company.In
and readily accessibleto or KENNEL CLUB
\ EDWARD MORRIS TODAY land and the Huron Kennels" trophy his Dad promised many are as follows: Cabal Lodge, per cent over 1957. This September, 1960, Southern
postal deliverymen. getting six each. hat he wanted and he pick- Girls and Greyhounds" pro- Green Cove_rings. Does."re**. rate of expected growth In productivity Bell purchased the property oa
L SeQVicee >for Henry Edward I Iij'f On rural routes the names of For the 31 night programs ed out a little black derby. Now gram will highlight the elaborate -. Webb; E. Wayne Geiger,* ranks Florida aheadof which the Orange Park jH
Morris :48-year-old: operator of the owner should be shown on I dog racing card next Friendship dub Mrs. James stands. At that time Southern
i j and three matinees throughlast he never enters a. contest without all other states In the na-:
\ the Morris Towing. Service, inI the side of the box visible to Saturday the leaders were: that black derby perchedon Saturday night at the Orange ICrkland, :i&rs. Alex Pnpltin; tion. The .natural rate of gain. Bell agreed that= Orange Park
I th: carrier as he approaches: Kennel Win Place Show top of his head. Park Kennel Ch b. ; 4-H'ers; Girl Scouts Mrs. Mer: I cooJd) continue to use the budding -
Green Cove, wee co be h i at,
or on the door if boxes
are Rawlings 36 33 17 Glenn's four-year-old brother The Derby qualifications win; vin Rawley, Mrs. Ralph Jones; SOMETHING NEW IN as a jail eattl the oew isaai.dpal .
11 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at grouped. The box number may E. L. Beckner 30 18 26 er learning to ride but hasn't also be held Saturday night to: Garden' Club., John Hendriks, building could be built
>> Avenue Baptist be placed on the box. Boxes LOBBY AT POST OFFICE
Red Fork 27 23 15 begun to ride by himself yet but determine the eight starters in Mrs. Jennie Cars well; Home new bring, started on
{ urc6. and supports should be kept Huron 26 28 ,22 if he takes after big brotherhe the classic to be held on Demonstration Clubs, Urs. Harmon The Ladies Auxiliary of the April 29, is schedaled for. com-
Mr. Morris, who has lived in painted. should be out there winning Wednesday of next week over' Chesser.Urs. James Kirkland Clay Memorial Hospital has pletion very shortly, so o th-
I Green Cove nearly twenty Boxes that are not properly ribbons and trophies In another the Orange Park course. ; Jaycee John McKinley placed a gayly painted pink box ern Bell wffl coon fee feottg out
years died suddenly on Tuesday installed or not kept in good NATIONAL GUARD GETS year or two. Also on Saturday there win Jr.. Women's Club Mrs. Jack (to match their uniforms) In of the jail bosiaes .

J in Gainesville. serviceable condition retard the $%1,000 FOB ALTERATIONSThe be the fourth and final matInee Sum; Rotarjr: Joseph ).{lncber the lobby of the Post Office In On this property, said Toe-
t He leaves his widow, Mrs. delivery of mail and may: expose sum of $21,000 of federal of the season, the 10 event ; Sportamars Club Jim Green Cove. "The box was made ker, Southern Bell wiM I construct .

Penney Morris; a son. Brian; it is to the weather.It sincere. desire of funds has been released to the MRS. ANNE STRIPLING card starting at 2 pan.: Woods; V. P. W.. Karl Tucker; tor the Auxiliary by Frank Ca- &e. ,ew Orange Park
four daughters, Frances, Brenda National Guard bureau for alterations Mrs. Anne Stripling who recently The season closes on 'Saturday V. I. A.; Volunteer Fire Dept.if nova. You win find it just, to work center from wfaiefa' four
local office to deliver
Cheryl and Glenna all of your post and additions to the retired from the Green night June 1. There will be your organization wishes to the left of the front door. installer-repairmen win flU requests -
all man
the home; and two sisters, Mrs. "in a businesslike manner Guard's' combined Held main- ,Cove municipal offices after 12 no"matinee on that date. participate and you have not'Please put any cancelled stampsIn for telephone service
therefore
is
Doris Slaughter, of Perry; and your support tenance shop at Camp Bland- years service, left on Wednes- The "Girls and Greyhounds"- returned your letter designatingyour (not on top of) thetbpx.I ?fcu-: and .dean i?* .service difficul
Mrs. Florence Mathews, of Winter solicited in the Mailbox. Im- ing according to an announce- day with 'her Son Capt. How- program wffl present eight representative and-alter- may either drop tIe whole..\ envelope -' ties. Poor: "' pony TeWeles will
provement Program.OP ard Stripling for Atlanta where beautiful'' nate plus the activity in which In tea.r"ib be maintained
Haven. ment made ,this week by Con- I young women, clad or txjrner et the work center
Pall bearers will be RG.. gressman D. R.. Matthews.The they will Join his wife and fam- .in the most modern type of I you wish to participate, please with the stamp Hp, :Cleaving -Th"ta'\i1g be a oa&4tery.

i Myers, J.. W... Williams, Reid m PFA construction work win lIT before he goes on,to his new bathjng suits who will.paradeto I send it to "Mrs. Jack Saam. about an inch border. These masonry banding of some see
C. W.. Scartrreugb.HarWager assignment In El Paso, Texas. the starting box with thedogs chairman stamps are taken off the envelopes square feet, to be constructed
1 ; TO MTajT TRL be completed under a contractadministered
ry"lackmon and I. H. Wil v Capt. Stripling has been stationed and their grooms SOT the f A progress report meeting for by members the aux for the Company by HaH Enterprises
by the State.Congressman "
liana The orange Park Hill _school with the Air Force In featured race. They then return ,representatives of the organizations iliary. They are sold to stamp Inc.
PFA will lave a special meet- Matthews was Labrador. Mrs., Stripling has .,to the judges' stand area :, participating in the Family collectors and the money obtained Tucker said that this sew
I Burial will be in Hickory ing at 8:30 o'clocktomorrow notified of the plan by Major Just returned from Montgomery where they will watch the race. Frolics win be held IIi July, : Is used to .purchase. work center Ig warp to provide
Grove cemetery. Helm Funeral evening in the high '*school library General TX: W. McGpwan chiefof Ala., where she visited her The girl who went out with ,the time and::placeto be an- .equipment needed by the hos for the eowtantiy grow

!\ Home ts fri charge'of'arrange- according to Car L the National Guard Bureau sisters Mrs. J. C. Ward and the winning greyhound win be i nounced. pital..Your help In this effort ing telephone mea of the people -
FeJ ; -* : .:'r : ', i. : tzlT I .
rnfPU r president. Mrs.E.SE. Gdf *' crowned the queen. f" ; will'be greatly appreciated. of Orange Park.



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PAGE TWO (!May( (Eountg (Erescent THURSDAY. MAY !3. 1963 1


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,'t y iCttatJ! ('Qfountij; '(Eresctut, : .: :4r I SCHOOL Mr. Phileman.REGISTRATION principal; of Revels Motors Little Leaguers

the W. E. Cherry Elementary

School, requests that all par-

ents who did not register their -

Pests children for first grade on the *
Controlling
recent registration day* pleasedo

so between now and June

Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring" sounded the alarm on pesticides' 7. Bring your child's birth certificate -

/The President's Science Advisory Committee more cautiously I with you. This is a

agrees that there are hazards to man and his environ must.

also that it is within mans capacity -
ment. But the scientists say
I Hank Williams.
die Taylor.
to keep pest control safe.
in balance. The Steve Lowe and Guy Jones.
puts the controversy
The committee report
about whether the Speeches were given during
thing is more than a yes-or-no proposition
drives itself the dessert course by Mike Ma-
has got to stop before the human race
spraying
and George Weeks senior
: guire
and the birds and all the rest into oblivion.It L"j : class president.The .

is good that the nation has been cautioned. As in the case j prom started at 9 o'clock
indebted to one woman. ; '
of thalidomide. we are again largely In the school gymnasium. Serv-

Rachel Carson made an issue of how all life and environmentare h1; ; ing as chaperones were Mr. and
understanding -
balance. Any improved {i,
nature's
interlocked in
Wilkes Mr. and
..:....... Mrs. William ,
of that principle is progress. 1 fLI ::. I Mrs. James Parker Mr. Robert

.:..:;' ." >.. Evans Mrs. L. R. Rowe and

.. ... + .: r:'::,:::':.; "'s Mr. and Mrs. Leo D. Christie.

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f ..:':: I The theme of the decorationswas
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-potltfefeer{ ... d........,..,'. .: .',... ..'V.. .,. "Oriental Gardens" with
red as the dominant color. The
) Bottom row-left to right: Jimmy Jones. Mark Lansing; 2nd row-Bobby Ilollowell.
huge wall mural picturing an
: by DUNCAN' GRONERIf David Lansing, Mike Dickerson, Danny Dickerson; Third row: Ken Bradley Aubrey Batten
outdoor Japanese scene painted -
my computations are correct and always assuming the Vf I -s4cor4 by Mrs. Wilbur Irish was Fourth row: Mr. Corbin Clift Temple Bobby Hawkins John Spearman Rick Koza James

its present rate of a new industry Corbin, Tom Kelsey.VEEK.S .
3 Chamber of Commerce keeps up the center of attraction. Mrs.
have
a week. I figure that by Christmas we ought to Irish presented the mural to

32 new industries in the County and that THE CRESCENTwill Clay High. LAST \ RESULTS ,._ Vernon Willis .452

be putting out 16 pages every week. At 10:30 o'clock the Grand Chaney's Cafe 10 J. P. Hall 2 James Padgett .411

But even if the chamber's batting average drops off in the c% March was led by Linda Jensen Coca Cola 7 Revels Motors 2 Bob Martin .411
happy omens of our Pictured above at the Junior-Senior Prom are Clay .400
I find. among the many David Pigue
coming weeks and Bill Kenney followed Cities Service 14 J. P. Hall 6Chaney's
Burlington and TM present High's Mr. and Miss Senior George Weeks and Jean Rivers. Koza .400
first two industries: Ricky
future that the by officers of the Junior and Cafe 5 Standard Oil 4
broad a contrast as it would be possible to find. Ray Sapp .388
about as senior classes. During the Intermission -
Burlington is an ancient giant; TM is a fighting infant. Annual Jr.-Sr. Prom entertainment was NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULEJ. Mike KnIght .384

Indeed Burlington which is scheduled to re-activate its presented by "The Wanderers"of P. Hall vs. Standard Oil James Corbin .363

Green Cove mill by mid-summer, is the largest textile producer St. Augustine Margaret Cities Service vs. Coca Cola Ricky Pringle .333

in the world. Its net sales last year were well over a billion Held At Clay HighThe Slade and Virginia Ford of Revels Motors vs. Chaney's Cafe Jock Bush .333

last year earned $3.04a Standard Oil Cities Service Top Pitchers won lost
dollars; the company Melrose High School, and Betty vs. .

share and for the six months ending March Annual Junior class banquet tendent of schools and JamesA. Sheridan of Clay High School.At Revels Motors vs. J. P. Hall Fred Linsley 3. 0

30. per share earnings were $1.70 and the stock last week and prom honoring the : Parker principal of Clay about 11 o'clock the decorations Coca Cola vs. Cafe Chaney's Eddie Knowles 2 0

closed at an all time high of $35 a share. a shade more than seniors was held last Friday High were introduced and gave began to come down as Jerry COOn 2 0

10 times earnings. evening. words of greeting. the souvenir of students who LITTLE LEAGUE STANDINGS. 1 Cities Service 2 21 HOME BUNS

I This is not to say that Burlington is without competition. All The banquet was held in the The sophomore servers for wanted to be reminded of I Standard Oil 1 3 lUcky Koza 2

U. 8. textile producers are under pressure from mills in Hong school cafeteria at '1 o'clock. the banquet were: Maureen "Prom Night." By midnight won lost J.P.HaU 0 5 Bob Martin 1

Kong. Japan the Philippines and elsewhere. But Burlington Mike Maguire president of the Crawford Melinda Glennan, most of the students had gone Chaney's Cafe 5 1 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Mike KnIght 1
mostly for I
spent $50 million last year in capital expenditures. Junior class presided. Rich- Kay Malone. Ellen Mitchell, on. The "Oriental Garden" began Coca Cola 4 1 Lon CUster 1

new machinery and the prospect is that they'll spend something ard Sapp. Jr.. gave the invocaUon. Elaine Carter. Jackie Rupert to look like the gym and Top Ten Batten Average

like $53 million this year. The company is very keen on Hirris C. Long. superin- Jary Goolsby Gary Wise. Ed- the Prom for 1963 was over! Revels Motors 2 2 Lon Custer .628 Eddie Knowles 1

research and development and this. in a highly competitive

-_- :i. vrhat i* needed to keen a company Tnwintocelebrateitafirstbirthday.. .. .. Taxeo ATalae t
>>--I.".. S. T. .. A. Folio Na & C

Conversely;; : Ti.ivet; Its NOTICENotice Part of NE;4 .. ...... .. 22 B 24B24B 2371 Tommy Silcox ...... 400 14.24
schedule In Green Cove next week will be two trail Part of NEK as rec. inDeed
production Book $2. Page 341 22 5 2374 Nella Mae. ,.Kla* ... 100 4.54
like 15 '
something
ers. Employment in the beginning will be Part of N% of NW as

persons. Company officials hope to increase production within is hereby given that on the 3rd day of June. 1963. at Green Cove Springs. rec.Page in 141 Deed& 457 Book ex. part 109. .

the next six months to a trailer a day which would employ County of Clay, State of Florida tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described -. recv.30 .in O.R. 51r T Page T. 22 S 24B 1% %2392 .John H. Jackson ... 1(0 7.72

about twice the initial number. land to PAYthe amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same. together Pt.ofNofNWai- "

"There are no giants in the trailer construction business and with all costs of such sale and all advertising. In the lists following stands toi'ieeUon rec. in O.R. No. 29. 5.14
100
Page 332 22 5 24B Z 2393 William T. Benaettt .
sales'. of most trailer manufacturers are more or less localized ; T for township; R_for range, and A for number of acres. Pt. of. S% of NW% as --

within the are: of production. .' rec.Page in 4 .O.R. No. 31. 22 5 24B % %tit. Willie Lee Jones. 100 S.04

TM thus is bucking no General Motors or Burlington Industries Taxes A.nert.u. Part of NW* as rec. in -

; companies that' are so diverse and so entrenched It .. T. n.. .A.. FotU. Xase.A. ee 4 VM'C.; .'. Page Deed 15 Book* .No. 106. 22 S 24ES 2417 Sinclair .Jackson ... 1M 5.04

competing Lot 7. Klngsley :Lake Vii.. 20 Part of SW% of NWX as
,is all' but impossible to make much headway in lag. a/U .-.... ....... 21 6 23E 335 Louie L. Wainwright 3000 .102,72 rec. in Deed Book 102.

(George Romney bucked General Motors by producing the Lot 1. Blk. L. Klngsley 20 "_ 'I .... .. 1004.54 Page 372 A 374 22 24BB 2421 Melvin Presba ...... 250 10.12
Lake Village 251 C. D. Downing '
SID:1 12ZB
.. Lot .. Black Creek Shorea 21' :
first American compact car.- ) .. Lotall8U..UAU.EUa. .--. .J'--; ', ..- .... : .. SID 26 24fi' 2456 Myron. LoFevere .... 500 18.06
.
TMs operation" in Clay County will prosperIf 3 ab* thsa'j of; S% of NE part*, as,of i---- ..;...-. ;?. 1"'La.. .... ..;u.1' {l- tLt'! .. #:-., .......:t -- Lot No.2. 2 Black.. Creek Shores 23 i 1-lE .- 249026B Wesley Cooper ...... V250 9>,48
.' out and do all we can for ree. In Deed'Book. 100. 'P. '
we turn Lots 8 & 9. Black Creek ,
.
Page 88, ft, O-R. No, 24, ..-; .f;, 4" .. ." r I" Shores No. 2 ..... 23 5.. %45E I. 3493 Albert .Thornton .. .. 400 14.70
I these people. An official of TM asked THE CRESCENT if 'Page -65 .*. ...... ...:. .-. I 2. 2SB .. .. 474, Anthony. Lazarczyk .'100 ...36.51. Lot 2*. Black Creek '1" 'f- --
West 10. ft. of Lot 12. '. r <; '-; ..23 5 2497 M. A. Plunk .. ... ... 500 11.."
office in Green Cove. How long would Shore. No.2
I there was a telephone Crystal Lake Hts. ,... 7 8 23E 544. Wade C. Kills Jr.... 154.54 '
'
Lot 33. Black Creek
it take him' to get 'a phone in his office? How long will it take I' Lot 27, as ree. in O.R. No. Shores No. 2 23 5 JIB 2499 Oscar Hayes .... 500 11.01
31. Page 275. Crystal : ,
them to' get 'electricity from Clay Electric Coop? Where do you Lake Hts: ....... .:... 7 8 23B .. 562 Julian B. Johnsoa.. ; 7500 255.55Ilart Lot Shores 34. Black No. 2 Creek. 225 .26fi ....: 2500 :Mark Green ....... 500 11."
I .
child's friend to sit down of NW%, as rec.. inDeed Lot Black Creek .
go for steak or a bathingsuit a 35. Thomas A. Smith .. 500 18.08
Book 101. Page Shores No. 2 23 'ZIE 2501
with and discuss the local laborproblems? 420' ex. part rec. inDeed Lot 31. Black Creek
11."
Book Page 2 IE.. 2502 Roy K. Brannon .a. 500
These 'are a few of the hundreds of quesUons that will be 422 ..........101.. .:...... 10 S UE". 2* *<2 Bernard B. Firth Jr.., 40t 16.2 Part Shores of NWU No. 2 of.SW% all'23 .5 .

asked us as these two new companies send their first people In. Lot 12 as rec. in O.R. No. 10 rec. in Deed Book 62. .
I. Page 4*. McKay's 11SID Page ex. rec.in .
I I think we should assume that what is good for them will be 1 ..... ........... 14 8 23B 708 Louis R. .Parvin .... 3000 103.22 ..J.511N rrt: : 500 19.58
i 2865 Emma J. Rboden
Lot 7. Parcel 3A. Mc 528 11 24B25B
I good for us. Kay's SID ............. S07 Malcolm J. Pringle.. 3400 116.27 Lot 25. Blk. 2. Saunderlee E. Garrison.. 500 11."
13 4 3003 James.
Lot 14. Parcel 3-A. as rec. SID '
in OR. No. 25. Page Part of SEVi of NE'4, as .
*3. McKay's BID .... S14 .Jack G. Mahoney... 500 18.58 rec. in O.R. No. 10. Page -
C. E. Adams ........ 3500 1".1'Part
"FLORIDA COUNCIL BEPOB'lS"t Lot 26. Parcel 3-A. as 492 33 4 25B I 3136
rec. in O.R. No 40. of SE of NW 4 as

I % RALEIGH W.GBEHKK JR. j breakthroughs so rapidly breakthroughs Page 214. McKay's S/D ;. 825 Kenneth G. Edwards 500 18.58 rec. in 35 O.R..No. 27. 35 4 2SE 1 3212- Mid State. Co. .. .. 20 1.41
,, Lot 3, Blk. 1 & Lot 10. Page
Chalrma* that are readily adaptable Blk. 3 as rec. in O.R. Part of Gov. Lot 1 as rec.
to the consumer market No. 45, Page 29. Sandy In O.R. No. 22. Pate
Small Florida manufacturers Shores 2 ..... .:....... 10 2 23B 335 Nellie M. Rlddell.... 2000 69.86 109 ex. ot. rec. In O.R. .. SoH 11.31
that Dr. Werner von Braun esti- 21 4 JSE \ 3379 D. F. Crittenden
and business men be missing Lot 4. Blk. 1 & Lot 9, ., No. 'G! g-Lorllo .. -
may mates that by 1970 America'sspace Blk. 3. Sandy Shores 2 10 3 23B 836 Amile C. Freidlin... 2400. 82.41 Part of as rec. 3380 James E. Barrentlne 1099 36.01
25B
splendid opportunities by not In O.R. No. 49. Pate 190 26 4
will be for P.
keeping up with developments in program paying Loa'ytta'eniiJu: !: ..: 14 8 23E 932 E. V. Button 100 4.54 Lots 44. 45 & 4$. Blk. 3.Doctors .
the civilian economy Lake Estates )
itself as far as -
Farms :39. 40. 41 & 42 as
'
Space age technology. SID as rec. In O.R. No. 2* 4. 25
is concerned. rec. In O.R. 29. Page 56 413 39 4 25 3517 George. B. Speneer. ItO 22.46
11. Page
....This is so on two counts: There are presently some 500.- ex. part Leln rec.record in Judgment No.- Lots 7 & 8, Blk. 5, Doc- 26 4 25 .
... .. 400 14.70
r First prime defense and space 000 Americans in private space 1. Page 193 & Plat No. tors Lake Estates SID 39 4 25 3537 3. R. Shuman
within the state would jobs. Private industry one 6. Page 32 .. .. ........ 16 8 23E 11 936 Bernard P. Parrish.. 500 20.08 Lotl2asree.inOiLNo. 2 5 25
contractors space
Lot 1 to 9 ine. Loch 48, Page 571. Oak Park 41 4
n ..... 1260 42.28
like to get more procurement locally day i will be bigger than the auto- Lommond SID .... ...1& 8 23E 940 Bernard P..Parrlsh.. 4200 143.35 SAD 43 5 JU7 John ),1. Ma rod -
for obvious reasons of ecc* -'mobile industry. It will in the Lots 10. 11 &; 12. Loch Part of Lot 5 as rec. In
... .. ... 1350 46.86 Deed Book No. It*8.
Lommond SID 16 S 23B 941 :Bernard P. Parrish.
1 .. 170.94
omy. They would like to encourage -near future grow to a $20 bill dh Lots 13 to 33 ln participation by small Florida -annual industry. There are now Lommond SID ...... .. 16 8 23E 942 Bernard P. Parrish.. 6000 204.25 Part of Lot 5 as rec. in

manufacturers in subcontract 56 companies in the U.s. wfaicfc Part O.R.: of No.SW4 50. Page as rec.312.in. 17 8 23B 974 Harry H. Karen.. 200. 7.92 Page Deed 284 hock>>.No. lOt 9 5 25B 2713 V. WltefcerCharles ..... IWO >'.51

ing. may be identified as aero-space Lots 9 & 10. Tower Hill 5000 Lots 41. 42 & 43 as rec. In -
than 80 but Florida does S/D . .... ... .. .. 17 8 23E 983 Robert H. Jackson.. 980 .34.33 O.R. No.1, Page 65. *.* Robins.. 1890 11.5)Lot
As an example. more manufacturers i Farms. 38 & 43 ex. part Rio Blanca Hts. S/D. .. 9 5 25E 3753 H.
per cent of $100 million of one not have one of them: as a prime rec. in Deed Book 69. 3 & Lot 4 ex. W. 240 -

Florida. company's expenditures resident though it has a numberof PageS5&PiaBooNo.. 6. Page 32 ... .. 17 8 23B ii1900. Bernard P. Parrish.. 400 15.7 S ft.ofLotl&N% lying N. of Co.Rd.of 10 5 25E 242 3765 Lame Corp. .......*. 4900 164.00

for supplies was spent outside of branch plants. In I96Z. these Part of SW%, as rec. InDeed All Sec. 11 lying S. of ,'- ,
had combined sales of Black Creek and W. ofBradley"
Florida in 1962. companies Book 109, Page
knowledgeresulting $IS billion. 155 ..... . .. ..... 17 8 23E "1005 Ward Price .. .. .... 500 18.58 Creek ex. pt. -
-.Secondly the spinoff S. of graded rd. & part
Lot 7. Bayclrcle SID .... 17 S 23B :. ton Ralph.B. Danson.. 2000 68.36 rec. in 0.& No. 43. ,' ". '
from space age researchis Makers of consumer goodscan't .:.. Part of WH as rec. in -+ Page 89 11 5 25B 9026B 3768 Larue Corp. ..n.... ,2400-. 84.41
far more adaptable to makersof afford to ignore space research O.R. No. 7. Page 653.. 18 8 23B 1115 Donald S. Lawrence. 200 7.92 Part of Tracts 4 & 7, Blk. .l'
goods and products developments. their competitors :Lot 11 as rec. In O.R. No. 23K *, Z15 Wilma C. Todd .u.. 2700A... 93.07 2$ &; part of Tract 4. 45 5 '. -- .. ""'- -' ,, .......
consumer ,
42. Page 199. South in Deed 41
-- Blk. 26 as rec.
than most businessmen realize. I may already be in or the action. Shores SID No.1. . 12 8 :..."f. Book No. 93. Page 195. 39 5 25B .' 2883 >Paran. 5!. Hopkins.< .'..! SHe.,", 111."
have the marvelous miniatuie The government DOW has more : .Part of NW% as rec. in Fla. Farm Land Co. .. .40
We 88. Page 115 20 8 23E j1321 Ila Jean Harris .... 800 23.23, Part of Tracts 7. 8 & 5. J
transistor radios and the like(than .a billion dollars: in capital :LoSW Park .r.. BIk.45a.srec.InDoed3) -. .. .. "
because of .basic research 1 investment in Cape Canaveral and S/D ol . ... 31 ,S 23E .:y569 Louise Edwards... 2000 6,1..". Book 82. Page 15. Fla. 40 5 25E .
today ,
,
.Part SW*Cr InDeed 43Co :. .
for space. but in the near future will more than double that figure:" Book 54, Page 372 .. .f* Farm.. Land 41 5. 26B :- '"" 3906 E... B. Gray ...'. 2*. 12.11
we will have pocket-sized television -in the next four yearsTfae government & O.R. No. 10. Page 521 32 2 23B. un Robert L. Kozear .. 4000- 137.08 Part of NE% .. rec. in v. ''I .. <.. .
.
there is artufSEasTrin; No. Pag 11 2ex.
size space payroll: O.R. 34. -
radios of postage stamp Deed Book 52. Pages No.
O.R.
in
:;and cars powered by plants DC. rapidly approaching the $200 million 325 & 72. Page 367 .. 33 8 23E 44 -" un Lillian. A.? rlgbt... 4000 137.08 47. Page part rec.157 14 ('" 25E.- 3982- Durham ArHae '10.5.$1
coffee mark annually. But Cape Tart of S% of NEK' as f-too.--. -v- 1' *l :Part of NE% as rec. inDeed ...t., t-Jf -

larger It is than reliably a estimated cup. that 'IEktea L Canaveral is more than the rec.Page<< in 447 O.R... .. ..No... ...30.. : 34 ,: 2 W%--K":. .' '1714 Joseph W..H.itarleld..UOl. ":25.51 2J6 .Book No. 44. Page 14 6 25E25B nit Bert Hocks *..-...,, 100-. 5.04.

time "75 per cent olAmerica's launching pad of some capclestaitf :Tart. of W% of SW* as '" '. ... .. -- Part of NE 4 as rec. in Thomas Haggtns 2000 ".11
3990
M
years rec. in Deed Book 73. 149.. 14 I -
in .R..No. 45. Page
gross national produd \ rockets. It's chief product Page 127 . .. ... 34 S 23E ---c 17371969- Lillian A. Wright... 500 11.51 ', -
asree.In
will be in goods that do not ever 1'the long run will be knowledge ?artofSEofSEI4 as -' : Irec.inORNo.47.Page Part O.R.Of No.NBK 47., Page 307.. 14 6 2SBC 2991 Willie JamesTroutman 2200 76.14
for .
land better at file.
exist today. I a way 648 . . .... .. 26 4 24E Jimmy B, McLendon SO 3.35 In.- .
'- Part of NW i ss rec. -
Spice 'technology is making{'Americans.i Part of SE K of SEt as Deed Book No. $1. Page '
age 11.11
I ( rec. In Deed. Book No. '" *sl*. 14 2SB :, !'. 4003 JulIus Benton ZIt
.
..... 292 .
-- 103. Pare ill ... 26 4 24E 1971 Avnor Hatcher 2:1iLotila.ieC.jniiC .
NW
% as
I : Part of NE4" of
No. in Deed Book. No.3Z.Page7ez.partto.
I THURSDAY 1$.' Page 254. Lazy rec.
PUBLISHED EVERY Acres Unit No. 1 .. 11 5 24E 2018 David Waters ...... SOO 18.58 Holland .. 14 6 "25E 1 '4018 Mattle Holland .+," 100 S.54
\ Let 22. Lazy Acre. Unit B. .. "" .! '
ffr '. W--- BYCBESCD .. ....... ....... 11 S 24BJPart 2051 N. R. Majoretala.... 1500 S1.94 Part of NE4" a.Tee.Ifl 102. 14 I ,_2SB *."*:4.021 Rufus Holland ..... lit 4.5i
-ol O.R. No. 22. Page .. ,
'T PRESS. INC. Gor. Lot 8 as rec. "*L *" 3- '
!. O.R. No. 2$. Page 221 11 5 24E 2067 George W. Roberts.. 200 7.9 Part of NEV4. as rec.*ID'Y.. 14SEVi 6 2SB S 4022 Dvrhaxn Artlne ..... 109 4.54
Florida O.R. No. 12. Page 34
Gre n Cove Spring Lot S as rec. in O.R. No. '
;
44. Par 208. Black 11 of:SE 4 of NWV4" &
i-r-r'r h&# Creek Estates SiD.. 12 5 24S 2132 NormanBoreboae 200 28.72 part of NKK of SWVi
: Part of GOT. Lot 2 as rec. as rec. I. O.R. No.: 32. .
in DeN Book No. 1O$. Page 171 ex. pt. rec. In
N liUOIIAl Page 29 .. ... ......... 14 S 2U1 2254 James W. BarMr.Iii' 5!..4 I.. O.R. No. 42. Page 93.No. .

Part of Lot 7 as rec. in nit ........ 200SWO 7.92 44. Page 420 .95 No. 6 4 lIE: 6 4183 Mission Village Inc 350* 122.16
Li yAc6u O.R. No. 43. Pap 281.. 14 5 **E Fro Frisbee 47. Page
Part of NB't a.. rec. InDeed 8% of NEH of NEU of
NWK a. rec. la O.R.
Book 85. Pap
4187 North Florida Land
I 4 26B C
394. O.R. No. 12. pare .' It.... No. 29. Page 321 Co. ............... 610 22.46
24B !; 2318 George W. Roberta 2**015M
222. 86 Pace S43 545 22 5.- .
..
EDITOR -- -.-- Duncan Groner Part of SW,"" of 8W & of .1 Part O.K.of No.Tract 11. A Page as rec.51%.In. CLot 4 26K 4200 H. & Clark ........ 8000 272.01
F NBH as rc. la OJUNo. Blk. 3 as rec:. in
GBtERAL MANAGER __u. Eugene Knra 44. Page lit .......... 22 C. 24E. 2336 George Robert>> .... *.' .62.442SM .-- O.R.1$. No. 22. Page 432.Meadowbrook .
.
PartofNE14asr.e.1n .. Unit No.
De4 Book 107. Page .. .... 4244 Harry E. Wkltfleld. 4000 127.18
.Batered.. second Class Matter July IS. IMS. at U.. Post Office. 11* ................... 21 f MB- J 2444 James B.sss ....... Iff .LItPart Lot 1 4IBtkI"ii"as""re In '
March *. 1897. of NBH .. roe. inDeed ... : -- -
Florid nder the Act: of O.R. No. 37.. Psjre $16.Meadowbrook .
Or.v.. a Cove, 4 Springs.C.... ....... .-w .t Ore. .. c.,.'..*.s*.. PS.. Books: 6$. Page Unit Ko. .
27 part& rec.103.In Par*..278.. Book ex. Z ...,.,. 4416 Svsaa N. K0Uer .,,. 4090- 137.58

tmsouraoa, KATK '7. Pa r.. 474 ft 110. CeDUaaed.Oa Pap I

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I Cove SocialsMr. I County Johns-Ethridgewedding Party Garden Club Dinner, InstallationThe .

Green Green Cove Springs Poster, vice president Mrs. M.

Garden Club's annual dinner C. Carlley. secretary Mrs. Harmon -
and Mrs. George Davis liars Johnson is a member of "4 Chesser treasurer Mrs.
Servicemen t
and installation of officers was
class.
Bruce the graduating
and their grandson John Hendricks founders cir-
Platt spent last week In Cloud- Julian will accompany them held at the Qui-si-sana Hotel cle president Mrs. Wm. M.

land Georgia.The home this weekend via partsof William E. Padgett aviation May 16th at 7 o'clock with the Powell. vice president :Mrs. M.
Texas and New Orleans. He electronics technician first
president Mrs. C. R. Willison B. Argo. recording secretaryMrs.
Rev. Richard G. Johan- will spend a few days in Green class USN son of Mr. and Mrs. presiding. The tables were attractively A. D. Duck corresponding

son will speak next Sunday Cove before leaving to take a William Padgett Jr.. and Rob- decorated with ivy secretary Mrs. John Hendricks

evening at the evening devo- position on the staff of Camp ert C. Kendrick. airman apprentice I and gladiolas! and the president's treasurer Mrs. J. E. Carswell.

tional of the Boys Home in Cloudmont for boys on Look USN son of Paul table held an arrange- reporter Mrs. Deward Priest,

Arlington. out Mountain near Valley Head Kendrick both of Orange Park ment of miniature glads made hibiscus circle president to be
Alabama for the summer.In I
took part In the recovery of by Mrs. M. C. Carlley using announced vice president Mrs.J. .
fall Julian will attend '
the
Sunday afternoon the Rev. Astronaut Leroy Gordon Cooper flowers from her garden. Indi- A. Parker, secretary Mrs.

and Mrs. A. W. Pierce enjoyed the University of Florida in his 22-orbit flight around vidual place cards for the members i Vera Franklin treasurer Mrs.
where he will be on the rosterof
& visit from their long time the earth. Both men were and guests were made by I W. H. Glover.

friends Mrs. Baker and Mr. H. the "Fighting Gator Team"Mr. aboard one of 15 ships patrol- Mrs. Helen Shaw chairman of' Corsages were presented to

L. Clayton of Jacksonville.Mr ing six pre-determined areas. hostesses; other hostesses were each of the officers to the out-

and Mrs.11. G. Chastain The ships were supported by __ Mrs. W. H. Glover. Mrs. George going president Mrs. Willison

and Mrs. Elmer John- spent a few days last weekat Navy carried-based 'aircraft I JVV Dunnavant. Mrs. R. L. Kled- and to Mrs. Williams. The corsages -
Palm Harbor. Florida as _
son left on Tuesday by jet. and Air Force land-based zik, Mrs. A. B. Reid and Mrs. were made by two club

to attend the Commencement the guests of Mrs. Chastain'ssister planes. A special worldspanning Ii.x: Emory H. Cooper. members. Mrs. Joseph Cooper
Don Stone.
Oklahoma Mrs.
,
exercises at Norheastern communications network Following the annual reportsthe and Mrs. Robert Myers.KQtiUGE.

A & M Junior College links the Atlantic force with In the wedding party are left to right: Harriett Wilson the bride and groom, Mr. and President presented Mrs.
Okla. Their son JuCHURLS Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McCall
in Miami
last weekend the Pacific recovery force and Airs. Leamon Johns Edward Knight, and the Rev. Gene Zimmerman. Thomas J. Williams District
and spent
family
with Cape Canaveral headquarters Four Director. P. P. G. C.. who
visiting Mrs. McCall's father I The wedding of Miss Norma and her corsage was of pink I
NOTICE, for the space shot. gave a brief talk on the subject \ \\
R.E.Rutledge in Gadsden, Ala- I carnations.
RAINBOWS TO INSTALL I Gertrude Ethridge to Mr. Lea- I "Don't Hide Your Light
I
bama. Mr. Edward Knight served as
mon Johns was solemnized on "
under a Bushel. bringing out
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Dorothy Ann Blackmon will SALE
MISS ETHRIDGE HONOREDAT May 18 at 10 o'clock at the best man.
the value of a club's partici-
advisor
installed worthy
SOCIETYCor. Mrs. J. J. Brock spent last be as After the the cou-
BRIDAL SHOWER First Methodist Church in cermony Sponsored By
pation in the awards contest
Green Cove Assembly
E. Houston St. .& weekend in Bunnell where she of the Green Cove Springs. ple left for their new home in WOMAN'S SOCIETYOF
and giving suggestions as to
Miss Gertrude Ethridge was Order of the Rainbow for Girls
N. Magnolia Ave attended a gospel meeting. I The bride who was given in Miami where Mr. Johns is em- how to go about this.
honored at a miscellaneous at 7:30: o'clock Saturday at .
of
(
marriage by the Rev. James ployed by the Army Corps SERVICE
Mrs. A. D. Duck a past president CHRISTIAN
GREEN COVE SPRINGS bridal shower given by :Miss the Masonic Hall. .
FLORIDA CARD OF THANKSMrs. Sandra Underwood. Mrs. John Other officers to be installed McCullough wore a white Jac- Enginers.Mrs. then installed the incom- Saturday, May 25, on the
Johns is the daughterof
i Helen Shawat quard taffeta street length ing officers of the club and I Methodist Church Lawn
Goodwin and Mrs.
Services lield Sundayat' Gladys Phillips presi- are Miss Carol Spearman dress styled along princess lines. Mrs. Myrtle Ethridge and
circles. follows
Educational They are as : Fla.This .
11 a.m.sub dent of the Clay'Memorial Hos- the Methodist worthy associate advisor; Miss .Her hat was a taffeta pillbox Mr. Johns is the nephew of Club president Mrs. C. Holt Green Cove Springs.

: \c1; .. pital Auxiliary wishes to thank Building last Friday evening Ann Loftin. charity; Miss I with a circular shoulder length Mr. and Mrs. Linsey Johns of
between the hours at 7 and 9
ail. the people who contributed Brenda Tyre, hope; Miss Janis -
I u. Herr accessories of Gren Cove.
SOUL: 'AND. .BODY v were
o'clock. A number of the
orI so-generously on,Tag'Day; and large Eschuk. faith; :Miss Leslie white and her corsage'was of
I May 26 also ''all the auxiliary workers bride's friends called during Rowe. recorder; Miss Judy 'I white cymbidium orchids.

A cord1a1lnvitiUon-s' ed and'Candy"Stripers"who'work) the evening and she received Jones_ treasurer; Miss Melba Miss Harriet Wilson was her CLAY THEATRE Week's

.
to attend to make it many lovely' gifts.McKEEGUSTAFSON Bryan, chaplain Miss Kitty 1846711Mon.
gnrwrTice. Jh.tA; i es.n i !.. edsoj l; \diligently a ; maid of honor. She was attir- Phone
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drill leader Miss Shar-
I success. Harris ; ed in a blue taffe a dress.witha thro Fri. pne:how only
rie Barrie.' love :Miss Joanne
;' '... ; matching bandeau of blue Box office open 7:15 p.m.
Swanson religion; Miss Betsy
Begins 7:45 BONUSBUYS
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Gus- Groner. nature; Miss Wendy Feature pjn. .
4 WIN ORATORY MEDALS SaU-SviL. 2 .JB. continuous
tafson the marriageof
announce
We Sell "); _. Gail Eliza- Jensen> immortality; Miss The annual W. C. T. U.
their daughter. Dianne Turner fidelity; Miss Phone 246711
held'at
Hal Richardson :McKee speech contest was the
beth to -
Cynthia Harris. ,patriotism; r
We Service Volkswagens; I son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Miss Janet Spearman, service. ; Charles School last E. Bennett week. Four Elementary groupso Thus. FrL, May 23 24
J. McKee of Holcomb. New
WORKERAcademy"Award
?. Miss Carol Ann Jones, confidential -. THE MIRACLE
.. York on April'12th in,the First observer; Miss Pat Bryan f contestants participated 0, .. ;: Beet i
Methodist Church of Miami: outer observer Miss Kathy which enabled four pupils twin Actress
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SPRANG Springs. Kenney musician:; Miss Linda the oratory medals awarded Anne .l.a z croft I
MOTORSGreen ,
by Women's Christian Temperance -
p \ Mr. McKee is employed by Cooper, choir director. Choir Best Supporting; Actress
Union and presented to
Dade County in juvenile work. Members are: Sara Page Long. the pupils by Miss Louise Batten Fatty Duke I Plus Valuable Plaid iampi|
Cove Phone YE48209i '
1 Sprints
The couple will reside in Miami Jennifer Hamlin and Loretta -
1F i principal. There were participants -
25
Springs. Norris. Saturday. May
from each ef the four
JACK THE GIANT
Installing Officers will be sixth grade classes under the KILLER t,

I Miss Leslie Rowe Miss Joyce direction of Miss Bruce Davis. SUPER BIGHTROAST ,

I Let Us Handle Your PropertyHomes Perlman, Miss Linda Cooper. Mr. G. W. Dunnavant. Mr. Kerwin andCONVICTS Mathews I

Miss Judy Jones and Mrs. Jo- John McGaughey; and Mrs. 4

seph Mincher. Martha Parker and also from BEEF
Ben, Gazxara
I -Acreage-Rentals Following the installation one section of fifth grade under -

there will be a reception in Mrs. Lillie DeWeese's direc-
Sun. Mon. Tues.
W the dining room of the Methodist -I & OB
ill tion.The May 26. 27 28 :
; NOTARY Church memorial building. four winners were: Rich- KING SOLOMON'S MINESDeborah
t ard Koza Claudia Reid. Patri-
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: : PUBLIC Kerr
T. cia Paterson and Janice Snell- and CORNED BEEF

State of Fla. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS grove. PLEASE DON'T EAT

x At Large CHURCH Other participants were: Lyn-
THE DAISIES
}\.estl l Is Vermont Are da Kenney Marlene Poy. Jan-
David Niven
Green Cove Springs ice Taylor. Linda Sue Cole. Jo
Yvonne Hicks Jerry Justus Doris Day 79c
; 2 12 oz. CANS '
TRussell You have a Craig Prooker Michael Grif- Wed. Thurs. & FrL
fing. Fred Lhisley Pam McBride :
Special Invitation
May 28 30, & 31
REAL ESTATE to attend Lynn Martin. Ann Ar- BARABBAS ,,' "

800 ORANGE AVE.. N. Ph. 284-9481 GREEN COVE SPRINGS Church and Sunday School rants. Debbie Ham el, Dianne Anthony Quinn

Swanson. Donna Rogers. Terry i

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Ann Calcatera Andrea Shem- Coming: "DR. NO"
Preaching 11:00 a.m. well and Christel Willberger. GOLDEN RIPE

Sunday Nite Serr. 7:00 p.m.

PRE-SUMMER Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m.

Pastor Rev. J.. C- Maynor
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RUMMAGE SALE house is locatde next to the: OP PRESBY. CHURCH BLOOD DONOR PLEDGE CARD .
Church. There is a Events Orange Park Socials I
Baptist NEW MINISTERThe
The Orange Park Woman'sclub HAS I know the life I save with Bank partially supported by
thrift shop on the grounds that
will have Its annual nun- \ congregation of the my blood may be that of some- Lions Clubs solicits eys to be
mage sale at. the club house on is open several days each the week. of the WeekLions Orange Park PrebyterianChurch Parents of young Bawler of Ralph of that city. one near and dear to me. I I used in corneal transplants to
When come to 'rummage -
XingsJey Ave. May 25th from you is pleased to announce 'the Year Debbie Merritt are I will donate blood when restore sight to the blind The
look the
10 until 6 o'clock. Everyone is sale take a at Voter Registration Drive that the Rev. Edwin Montgo- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Merritt Florida Southern College called. I Bible tells us: "No greater love

inited to attend. There will be shop also. Saturday, May 25, from 9a.m. mery has accepted their call Jr., not the Ed Merritts. freshman Elaine Center has Signature: hath any man than to lay down
lamps, books, clothes, .toys, furniture Correction: Mrs. Charles H. to 2 p.m. at the Town to become minister of the I I come home after a tour with his life for his friend." By don-
an dall< sorts of interestin McBride was elected treasurerfor Hall. Church. Mr. Montgomery his .Mr. and :Mrs. Nathan Bernstein :- ibe Concert Choir o fthe Col- Address: I ating your eys. after death
things for sale. The club- the coming year. wife and their three young of Brookln N, Y. are vis- Last the Business
Orange Park Women's Club lege. week Choir gavea Telephone: : you can give what might be
Rummage Sale-Saturday, sons will arrive in Orange iting their aon end daukhter- special performance for the Residence: I considerd the next most precious -
May 25, from 10 a.m to 6 Park around the first of August in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Irving students of Orange Park HighS I gift the gift of sight to
CLAUDE'S GOBBLER SHOP p.m. at their Kingsley Ave. when he assumes his new Bernstein of Milwaukee Ave., hl. from which Elaine was Print name: I some child or adult. No expenseor
Clubhouse. duties. The Rev. Franklin Tal- and getting re-aquainted with graduated last year. At the Monday evening Lions disfigurement is involved.For .
mage, now minister of the their grandchildren Brad and Club
Expert Shoe Repairing Orange Park Masonic LodgeNo. meeting a number of I more information you may
Church handed in his resigna- Missie. Mr. and Mrs. George Shepherd Lions donated their eyes to the I call Hal Hansen. CO 4-9376. or
27 at
While You Wait Service 267-Monday, May I
8 at the Masonic. Hall. tion at the first of the year owners of Shep's Sea- North Florida Eye Bank. This any other Lion.
Dying All Leather & Fabric Shoes :pjm. but bass very kindly agreed to Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Ralph food Restaurant, went to Nas-
Park Lions Club-Mon-
Orange stay on until Mr. Montgomery'sarrival. and Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Ralph sau this week for a brief va-
CLAUDE R. JONES day, May 27, at 8 pjm. at the have been called to Emelton, cation.

1712 highway 17 Orange Park Lions Club. The Women of the Church Pa., to attend the funeral of PRESCRIPTIONSFILLED
Oranke Park CivitansTuesday -have scheduled a meeting for the Ralphs' father Richard

-- May 28, at 7 pjn. at Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock METHODISTS TO HAVE r rI
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Charlie's Restaurant. at the Church. Mrs. Carl R. VACATION SCHOOL
COMMITTEE MAKES
Orange Park Area Jaycees Leavitt Jr., Chairman of Dis- The Orange Park Methodist ,- ,

LINER &ISONMEN'S [ Tuesdaya, May 28, ata 8 pan. trict 2 of the Women of Su- RECOMMENDATONSAt Church is co-operating with the G) : 1 if
at the Town Hall. wannee Presbytery, will be the I their Monday eveninging First Methodist Church of

Bloodmobile Visit for Com- speaker at this joint meetingof meeting in ithe County Jacksonville to operate a Vaca-
AND BOYS' WEAR munity Blood Account- the day and evening cir- Commissioners': Office, the Clay tion Church School Day Camp
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1920 Hwy. 17, Orange Park, Fla. Phone 264-6241 Thursdaya May 30, from 3 to cles. County Committee to ImproveOur from June 10 to June 14 at the

7 p.m. at the Lions Club. VANDALS ENTEROP Schools recommended to Keystone Day Camp, formerly

MEMO: Trudy Sigman BalLet School CITY HALL the Clay County Board of Public Camp Seminole, on Doctors
Instruction that the 'Board Lake Drive. f
DON'T Recital-Fridaya, May 30, at Sometime last Saturday 4'i
FORGET FATHER'S DAY 7:30 p.m. at Orange Park night, vandals entered the new make a study of the feasibilityof Drive.
consolidating the Melrose This will be for chil-
Elementary School Auditor- Orange Park City Hall BuildIng camp I
DAD! JUNE 16 ium. now under construction facilities with those of Key- dren in grades through 6, and
stone Heights.It will be in session from 10 > ,
and of #
'Girl Scout Mariner Ship 154 cause a flooding the
floor in was reported that. the Committee's o'clock in the morning to 4 in
the office
Boat Trip with Orange Park wing by removing -
Boat Club the top of water b un- curriculum recom- the afternoon. Kindergarten p
-Saturday, May: mendations had not been acted children of both churches will S

25, at 10 a.m. leave Inlet Marina. l- tain.The flooding discoveredon upon by the board. The board have their vacation sdhool. in

COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire Sunday morning was by some and Superintendent 'Long are !the mornings only at their re. 1

visitors and construction .superintendent to be asked for a definite deci- spective churches. Registrationblanks I ,
LEGAL NOTICE Robert Belyea.: sion concerning these recom<(< are available from Mrs. -

Prompt'action'was taken to remove -, mendations. (Norma Shaw, phone CO 49294. Clay County Pharmacy
Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size LEGAL NOTICEAs the water,: in the !hope The committee voted to send The registration. deadline is
I telegrams to State Senator Edwin June 2,
> ;: I of this date,,May 8, 1963, that permanent: damage to the I WHZBX MIARHACT IS A PROFESSION
G. Erazer and Rep. S. D. New members of. the church
Dfet. Miller Tires.-Antolite. Batteries I will not be responsible for any wood wall_ paneling could, foe: '
: Saunders to urge, that(they support family of Orange Park Metho-r
debts made by other avoided. An ,inspection: on 'Mon
anyone
.' *:.J K> .: than myself: day showed little damage. to a bill tot limit the remuneration dist Church are: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Allen

Cor. Park and King! ': '._I' : -. ..Jacksonville. Fla. Ottis C. Chesser the walls bu.t' some of the' of County School Board George Matherson and children acct
.. members to a basis of diem Page Pamela, and George, II; Eeglaf Pharmacist .
:. ', ; '' per
.- ; .r May 9. 16. %3. 30. 1963 doors were too swollen. to .t
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-- "'- ;' :: close Police Chief and expenses with a limit .to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thompson fl3STOBE HOURS l.i
EV 0-3027 orEV,46491AND properly.
.u the total amount each could and Arthur, Jr., Mr. and \. ..... ": W '
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.....",S,{ Carl JoLnes is investigating ; Sat. -- :09 AiL-It
.r" i .\- Mrs. Carl James Peggy and
I RUSSELL ELECTRIC Mrs. William Miller and Sunday2:01.. P V- 8 roIL
_The next meeting of the! Jerry;
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BLOODMOBILE VISITS j' Committee will be on June, .17, Willie Lee; Mrs. May Dickinson Day Phone CO <4-J22I< Night none CO 4-Hll V

.; t. ; --- ", House Wiring RepairsFor ORANGE PARK MAY 30 at 8 o'clock in the evening in ; Harry Trent; Wayne Orange Park
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ORANGE PARK or Thursday May 30, from
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28.49181 visit has been arrangedby
1905 U. S. Highway 17 "TT*,: Phone 264-6461 I'LL WIRE YOU the Orange Park Lions

800 Orange Are. N. GCS Club which sponsors a Com-
munity Blood Bank Accountfor

the Orange Park area. Any
resident of the area who needs

blood nly apply to a memberof f'' 4t4
the Lions Club for what he .L
"Where The Best Is Better" We Collect needs. I
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and donors must sign up in advancefor .
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t BEST ,Telephone this visit for our convenience.

YOUR A blood donor card may be obtained k-
BigNEEDS from any Orange Park !

!Lion or you may fill out and 'r Pd /2 vF

mail the following card to Hal
L. Hansen, 423 Ralph St., Orange a

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Thru June 1)) Chevy II Nova 400 6-Passenger Station Wagon

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owners is just about the size of it. 6-cylinder engine (there's alto a choice of anA
HOUSE'PLUS king-size appetite for cargo.But a dainty even thriftier 4 in most model), we were

Daily Double1st one for gas. And this we hardly need add, is {EVROLETTRflDE careful to keep it simple easy to aervice-. .
just the kind of wagon we planned it to be. and a real stickler on economy. *
MONDAY AND TUESDAY 7:45 NIGHTLY: & 2nd Races Taut and trim as it is on the outside, we TRAVEL Feel in a traveling mood? Wellhappywent
Quinielas Every Race to great lengths to keep it BIG where a coincidence-this is the time of year your
MESSAGES BY EVANGELIST LESTER ROLOFF wagon should be BIG. The load platform IJME Chevrolet dealer feels in his most generous

FREE PARKING extends a full nine feet from the back of the trading mood. Looks like it's high time yea
WAYRADIO front seat to the tip of the lowered tailgate. ATWMIR' # CHEYROtfi DfALEI two got together.
all at ORANGE..PARKKENNEL

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Mr. and Mrs. AI Nelson are painting work. She refused to Heights Woman's Club will final P.T.A. meeting of

be photographed by THE hold their annual garden par- the current season was held on CHURCH hopes for more after the lunch
q vacationing in the West. Mr.I
CRESCENT. She had newspa- ty-tea-and-installation of offi- May 16, at the school cafeteria. eon. She will lead the group
Nelson, who has been hospitalIzed The Rev. Albert C. Holt,
pers all over trying to snap her cers ceremonies on May 28. President Max Mooneyham pre- from the Community Churchat
several times during the I picture she said. She was only from 3 till 5 o'clock in the afternoon sided for the last time of his minister of the Community the 17th annual meeting of

past winter is reported to be'i- the pusher, she said, while her in Mrs. John Bird's term of office. Gene Croft was Church of Keystone Heights United Church Women of Florida -
greatly improved in health and
I 'I- husband got all the "glory." garden at her home overlooking called on for the invocation.Mrs. conducted an inspirational serv- held in West Palm

spirits. I She did admit that she had Keystone Lake. Harold Sutten asked if ice of installation of the church Beach on May 21. 22, and 23.

Mrs. Fred Slaughter, the wife i recently bought several copiesof The club officers and mem- ;;y' the P.TJL had donated to the women's board at the Sunday The stamp books which Mrs.

of a Jacksonville writer, was THE CRESCENT. bers extended a cordial invitation Junior Woman's Club Scholar- morning worship service on Walz will take with her are to
May 19. The following officers
to all local friends and ship Fund. Richard Levern help purchase new station wagons -
were installed: President. Mrs.
to those in Melrose and Starke.I II moved that the PTA donate which the United Church

I This. the last of the social activities -I $50 to the fund. It was seconded William Walz; first vice Prest-I Women of Florida are collect-
dent. Mrs. Robert
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of the season, is traditionally by Mrs. Lena Clemens and I ing for the Florida Christian
cond vice president. Mrs. Edward
MAN DOESN'T LIVE 8V BR EAvALONE. I a highlight of thec1ub.s Volunteer Firemen and members of the Clay passed. Firth; secretary, Mrs. J.- Ministry to Migrants. Any kind

...BUT A LITTLEDOUGH home is program.: Mrs. Bird's County Civil Defense Unit, headed by Ray Chance were routed I Mr. Mooneyham announcedthe Miller Wrinkle; treasurer Mrs. of trading stamp books may be
on Magnolia St.,
near booster band concert wouldbe contributed as the state group
out last afternoon brush fire south of Robert Dodd. Circle chairmen
HELPS the White Feather Court. Mrs. Saturday by a Keystone held on Saturday at 8 estimates 3.000 will be needed.ST. .
will be follows Mrs. J. A.
Bert Christoffers, is co-hostess. which burned over approximately acres of land before it o'clock, in the school cafeteria.He as : WILLIAMSLast
Williams. Mrs. Arthur F. Man-
Officers to be installed will was brought under control. said science projects wouldbe
e r lng, Mrs. Ira Stringer Sunday morning, St.
be president Mrs. Bird; first on display in Mr. Miller's
Mrs. Seth Kennedy, William's altar society held an
vice president. Mrs. Herbert CARD OF THANKSMrs. I BOOSTERS BAND class room following the busi- Mrs. Earl Hayner. Mrs. David installation breakfast after

Nelson; Second vice president. Josie Chesser has returned On Saturday evning. the ness meeting. Nelson. Mrs. M. H. Schroeder. mass. The ladies had decoratedthe
Mrs. Charles Wallenius second I Safety Officer Sgt. Doyle of
; boosters' band, under the direction Mrs. Floyd C. Mrs. F.
to her home at Russell.Fla. -I Koons. tables in the recreation hall
vice president Mrs. John Kar- I the Florida Patrol
Highway
from the Clay MemorialHospital. of Gene Croft will give aI E. Stitchberry, Mrs. Charles with lovely flowers, and attrac-
recording Mrs. statisticson
secretary alarming
; some
ges concert in the school cafeteriaat gave Wallenius Mrs. R. A. Gaunt tive place settings. All retiring
John Karges; Corresponsoring She wishes to thank the rate of accidents and
W.S 8 o'clock. Admission will\, be Mrs. Sara McDonald. Mrs. officers and incoming officers
I k secretary, Mrs. Francis P. Egan; Doctors, nurses and members of fatalities in our state. While
11'x $1 for adults; 50c for children. Charles Titus. Mrs. Aughtry were presented corsages. Installing -
:; flAr* treasurer Mrs. Fremont Tolles; the staff for their wonderfulcare many of the natives blame the
Come out and support this Vance, Mrs. Howard L. Tucker, officer was Mrs. Clar-
and Director, Mrs. William and her friends for flowers tourists, tourists are involvedin
>: worth-while project which will and Mrs. J. W. Wildt. ence Williams from Jackson-
} Reynolds. and cards. only 10 per cent of the auto
enliven our football games next Committee chairmen as follows ville. Mrs. Williams' inspiring
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fall to a great extent. It is good mishaps.Mrs. : Mrs. Albert C. Holt. Mrs. words made everyone feel like
Massa moved
George we
training for our children who H. I. Stevens. Mrs. Marshall working doubly hard in the

A have musical talent, and no donate $100 to the boosters'band Gallop. Mrs. Mabel Husbands. coming year. Mrs. Lena Cle-
A "Let the Rest of the for a much needed sausa-
outlet for expression. Mr. Croft Mrs. Francis P. Egan. Mrs. R. mens was congratulated on her

V YtRAJw World Go By' has worked hard and is to be phone. It was agreed to give A. Gaunt Mrs. J. A. Williams fine record as president for
ct1Recreation Mr. Croft $100 for this instru-
commended. Mrs. Charles Titus Mrs. Bern- the past two years, and was
ment, which is the "back bone"of
ard Slocomb Mrs. Walter Gro- given a gold N.C.C.W. pin as a
any band.
token of appreciation.A .
A little dough always helps but if caught short when plots near the swimming hole Murrhee Mr. Mooneyham called on lick.Last
the Rev. J. R. Smith to install Monday the annual number of the parishioners
: shopping for appliances or a car, one brief trip to the $675.00 up if you and the kids aren'ttoo Insurance Agency the officers for 1963-64. The covered dish luncheon of the of St. William's attended the

Keystone State Bank can solve everything with a con- new officers, president Billy church women was held.At this May vespers service at the Cha-
lazy walk couple blocks.
venient loan.MEMBER. to a CAHRVADiQUATl Wolfe vice president Margaret luncheon the Jones Circle were pel in the state prison at Rai-

Andrewson, Secretary Mary K. honored for having the largest i ford on Sunday afternoon, as

Schaeffer, and Treasurer Lana attendance at the general meet- guests of Father Connie
See Us for your Real Estate Needs
Clemens were called to the ings during the year. Stamp Daugherty. This impressive

platform. Mr. Smith spoke books were brought to this ceremony was put on by the

f. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSTHE S. E. McKAY See: RICHARD MURRHEE briefly to each about his meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. innates of the prison.

FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY Agent duties and congratulated them, Mabel Husbands and Mrs. H. Religious instructions for

well the officers I. Stevens. school children and teenagersis
Keystone Heights Phone 473-4816 Phone 4734'7865eystone as as out-going I
for their past performances. Mrs. William Walz has about discontinued until September. -
Heights. Florida I
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t S. T. B. A. Fll Hasse Assessed Valve Cast ;:-.r '

Taxe* & Part of Lot 2. Blk. 16. Lot 1 as rec. in 0.R. )to. 1"l .6
De crtp Blk. 16. Shands Plat as part of Lot 17. See. 8. -
11. Blk. 10 as rec. In rec. in O.R. No. 34. < O.P. .......... .... .... 'i, 9275 Southern States Const.
OR. No. 45, Page 340. Page 249. North Sub '} .' .' "' & Supply Co. ..... litO 43.28
Meadowbrook Unit No. urbs Green Cove Lot 5 as rec. In O.R. No. ,

'2 4420 Francis E. Laycock. 4260 144.35 Springs .. .. ... ... 4\!f4 1.- .. 7551 lamle Locket .. .... 1000 37.S1 38. Page 225. SID of "i -
Lot 8"Bl kYi."Bel"lairUnit Lot 1. Blk. 19 ex. part to *J 4. part of Lot 17. Sec. .I ':';.;, tin *12fl-
No.1.. . ... .. 4467 Comet Homes. Inc.. 3900 133.20 State Rd. N. S. Green x O.P.Lot : Charles Jones.K1.; .. 42.78
Lot 10, Blk. 1. Bellair Cove Springs .. . 7669 Emilyn Arrants .... 2680 92.39 19, Sec. 8, OP.. ..,. ... .' .' :';'11 9295 :Mrs. J. L. Stephens;
..v45OO 153.50
Unit No.1... .. . 4467E Comet Homes. Inc.. 3900 133.20 E H of Lot 1. Blk. %0 N.S. f' Heirs .

Lot 11. Blk. 1. Bellair Green Cove Springs ....- 7574 W. R. Hall .. ... ... 800 28.23 Lots e.lin 2 o'R.I .rllJa as .:.:".", ,
Unit No.1... ... ... .. 4467F Comet Homes. Inc.3900 133.20 Lot 5, Blk. 20 ex. part to No. '
State Rd. N.S. Green 195. Davis Heights S/D. ,? '
Lots 29 & 30 Blk. Bel- .
5. .' < ****'.*. "". .. ..... .. ... 1200 42.28 Sec 8. O.P. ........... 9305 Orange Park Land' -
lair Unit No.1. .. .. 4528 Bellview Builders. Cove Springs 7586 Wilbur Lawson : --: 1. Co. .. ....:..*.... :. 10M 36.51
Inc. ... .. .. ... 8000 272.51 Part of Lot 4. Blk. 21 as Part of Lot 22 as rec. in 3

N. 330 ft. of NW% of rec. in O.R. No. 13. O.R. No. 1. Page 407 5&00 HX

NEVi of SW% as rec. Page 533. N.S. Green Sea 8. O.P. . .... 9313 C. E. Countryman... 210 8.76
In O.R. No. 1, Page 336 Cove Springs '.. 7690 Harold Francis ..... 200 8.92 Part of Sec. 18 as rec. in .
ex, part of SW%, as I l..J, Lot 5 ex. S. 45 ft. Blk. 22 : OR. No. 27. Page 92. h. .
rec. in O.R. No. 41. i a & S. 20 ft, of Lot 7. i\\,' O.P. ....... ...... ..... 18 f 2'E 9333 Robert W. Cunning- ,-
Page 99 .. ..,.. ....... 7 ,4 26E ...J. *. .UU..North. Florida Land I Blk. 22. N.S. Green Cove 1560 ham ..;.. ........ 200 8.92
Co. .. ..... .... *>,... 500 20.08 Springs .n.. .. .. 7618 Ellen Austins. Heirs 500 19.08 >Lots 1. 2. 2. 6. 7' ft 8. Blk.
Lots 11 & 12 & N. 60 ft. 27 S. 45 ft. of Lot 5. Blk. 22 ;: "' ;t.' 2, Sec. 10 as rec. In O.R.
of Let 31. Blk. 3. 28 as rec. in Deed Book .fJ' ., No. 2. Page 13 ex. part
Orange Park 33 105. Page 50. N.S. Green i L- .. '. ,ow{" rec. In OR. No. 45.

Acres .. . . . 34 4 26E 4699 Richard C. McGee .. 1000 36.01 LoCtov Springs .. . .. '!. -..r1Ut Margaret Dobson -.. 150 7.22 Page 412 & 51. Page
c Lot 18 as rec. In O.R. No. & E. 25 ft. of S.'c.. .: .: -. ... %18. Ridgewood Div. ,..,.: 5400 HX
47. Page 360 & No. 48. 100 ft. of Lot 2. Blk. 23. ./t...' J3* .-v*. Sec. 9 ft 10. O.P. ... ., 14 93C9 H. R Clark .. ...... 1000 37.51
Ta.ee 408, Robinette N.S. .Cove Springs -x' 7626 Annie Barfield .. ... 800 28.73 Part of Lot 11 as rec. in t

SID ........ .. ......... 42 4 26E 4684 Dawklns Building & A let 35x130 ft. In Lot 2. <' + OR. No. 34, Page 51.
Supply So ... .... 6000 205.79 Blk. 26 as rec in Deed Ridgewood Div. Sec.

Lot 13, Creighton Forest 43 Book 6. Page 506. N.S. ;' 16, O.P. .. . . 9423 Barbara Green ... ., 1200 42.78
S/D .. .. .. . . 44 4 26E 4754 Howard H. Barwick 2000 68.86 Green Cove Springs -. 7664 H. B. Jordon. Lot 10. Blk 2, Ridgewood .
Lot 9 as rec. in O.R. No. 28 -; A. Stevens & Div, Sec. 19. OP. 9455 Blount V. )MoRae.. 150 C22
20, Page 63. Westover 44 I A. L. Robinson, .. 1501 53.94 Part of Lots 11 ft 12. ilii. .,
SID ........ ..... . 45 4 26E 4848 Perry W. Rockwood 3500 120.16 N. 70 ft. of Lot t. Millers 2 as rec. in OR. 64,
Lot 15 as rec. in O.R. No. 28 S/D of Lot 1. Blk. 27. Page 372. Ridgewood i ;... .
11, Page %10. Westover 44 N.S. G. C. Springs 7679 Ulysses G. Johnson 250 10.12 Div. Sea 19. O.P. ..... 9457 Neil V. Cashner... 300 12.31
SID .. .. ... ...... .. 45 4 2SE 4854 E. A. Turner ... ... 7696 262.01 Part of Lot 2. Blk. 27 ae Lot 17. Blk. 2. RidgewoodDiv. .

j Part of Lot 4 as rec. in re<:. in Deed Book 98. .. Sec. 79. O.P. .. ... 9461 Harvey L. Viekers. ISO C22
Deed Book No. 104. Page 148. N.S. Green .,
Page 261 .. .. . . 4 5 i 26E 1 4911 Albert Segal. ..... 50 3.35 Cove Springs .. _. <.r' 7682 Wm. N. Zanders Sr. 1200 42.78 Lot Div 11., Sec Blk. 19.3. Ridgewood O.P. .. 9475 James H. Holder.. 150 C22
Part of EH of NE>4 as E. 80 ft. of Blk. 1 of Lot '\. --.-:. Lots 17 & 18. Blk. 4 as
rec. In O.R. No. 31. 1, Blk. 28 as rec. in
Page 108 .. .. .. : 6 5 26E 4939 Albert J. Boyles.. 1260 42.28 Deed Book No. 9. Pages 536 rec. ft in 538.O.R.Ridgewood 31, Pages ..O c "=. '
Part of Gov. Lot 5 as rec. 30 & 593 ex. part to Allen .- r. S -. 2009 69.86
Fullerton 300 11.31 Div. Sec. 19, O.P. .., 9494 Oscar R. Blount .. ..
No. 20 583 28 5 26E 5030 Donald A.
in O.R. Page Muldrow & Lodge Lot 19, BIke 4 as ree. in
Part of Lots 4 & 5. Tra- Lot S.G. Berrian SID OR. 5%. Page 510. I
vers Grant as rec. in Plat In Book 1. Page .

O.R. No. 43. Page 322. 39 5 26E 'I 5292 Hubert Sharpless... 3000 103.22 28 .,. 7699 Hattie :Mitchell Ridgewood 18, O.P. ...h Div_ .... ...Sea.. 9495 R. G. Theroux ..... 150 722
Part of Lot 1 as rec. in .Heirs ... ......... 400 1820 Lot 24. Blk. 4, Ridgewood

O.R. No. 43. Page 495 of Lot 2. Blk. 2 of Lot 1. Div, Sec 19. O.P.Part .. ... ... 9499 James M. Fairbanks 150 (22
the Stafford Clarke Blk. 28, S.Q. Berrian .'"\.-
of Lots 13 & 14. Blk. .
Travers
S/D of Lot 10,
Grant . .. . ... 39 5 26E 6314 Domestic Finance SID Plat Book 1, Page. 5. Ridgewvod Div. -
200 8.92
28 7706 Steven Jones .. . .
Service Ine. .. ... 300 '13.31 SeaPartof1L9otsO.P13. > 9503 James L. Mathis.. 200 8.42
A Lot 45 & 80 ft. in Blk. & 14Bhc.
Part of Lot 10, Travers
5 of Lot 2. Blk. 28 as ,
Grant, as rec. In Deed 7 as rec. in O.R. No. 19.
rec. ia Deed Book 45, '
Book No. 26. Page 392 39 5 26E 6 nH Harley :Mitchell Page 653. Ridgewood -
Heirs ... ..-. ... .. 150 1.%% Page 349. S.G. Berrian Div.. Sea 19. O.P . 9526 James E. Kirkland.. 20 1062
S/D. Plat Book 1. Page E% of Lots 18 & 19. Blk. I -
Lots 3 & 4. Blk. 10 as rec.
t;
200 9.92
28 7731 Benjamin Taylor .. .
10 as rec. in O.R. No.
in OR. No. 6. Page 32. of"Lot"srBikI28asRec.
Fleming Island Estates Part 41, Page 293 Ridge

S/D . . ... . 1if.l'l James T. Summerall 30t 1.31 in Deed Book 47, F wood Div. Sec 20. O.P. 9555 Argus Corp. .. ...... 20&0. 69.86
Page 191. N.S. Green
Lots 25 & 26, Blk. 10 as Cove Springs .. ... 7736 Henry Bennett .. ... 1000 36.01 Lots 1, 4. 5. 20, 21 & 22. ,.; .. .
rec. In OR. No. 35. ? Part of Lot 3. Blk. 28 as Blk. 12. Ridgewood -'' >
Page 101. Fleming Island In Deed Book 58 Div. Sec. 20. O.P. .. .. .. 9578 H. R. Clarke. ...... 800 28.73
Wilson ... .... 300 1.31 rec. .
Estates un Ruth
SID.. ... Page 41. N.S. Green Part of Lots 6, 7. 8. 9. 10.
Lots 6 & 7. Blk. 12 as rec. Cove Springs .. .... > :, -7739 Elnora Lang & & 11, Blk. 12 as rec. In .
in O.R. No. 3, Page 335. Jimmy Bennett .. 200 9.42 Deed Book 96. Page 108 -
Fleming Wand Estates Part of Lot 3, Blk. 28 as .' .. -: ex. pt. rec in O.R. 1'. ... t.
SID . .. . .. . 5503 E. S. Legge .. ...... 300 1.31 rec. in Deed Book No ,. Page 521 ft 51 Page :-
Lot 11. Blk. 13. Fleming 212. Ridgewood Div. .. ...__ ,' .
Island Estates SID .. 6529 Annie Groves .... 150 G.2 95 Page Springs 44. N.S.. ..GreenCove :, j'" 7748 Allen Austin .. ... .. 150 ,.7.22. Sec. "20, O.P. .. .. .... .. e ,. ; 9579 T. O. Clark .. ....... 600. 20679
Lot 11, Blk. 8A. Fleming ,.. Fart of Lot 7. Blk. 2aa .., ? Part, of Blk. 12 as rec. in .:' ; # .
Island Estates S/D . 5U8 Emory D. McMillian. 150 6.22Lots rec. in Deed Book 4'. ... ;. 1, O.R. No. 16.. Page 521. ,ic ". :. :
19 & 20. Blk. 14A. t Ridgewood.- Div, Sea
N.S. Green "
Fleming Island Estates .' Cove Page Springs 376. ." ..' 7774 Willie Mae Freeman 300 12.31 20. OP. .... ... .. .. ". _;.",; -r'95$0 H, R. Clarke Jr.,.,.. 200 8.92
SID . . . . ., 6'1 Helen O. Johnson. 300 11.81 Lots 1. 2. 3 &. 4. SID of :.J... :I ParfroCABlks 14, 15 ft 16 : i:.,; .
\
Farms 13. 14, 15 & 16. Lot C of Lot 6. Blk 29. 1, Wolfe's SID .. . .. 8 6 26E 51GB Albert SChlemeln.... lUO it." N.C. Green Cove Springs I' 1775"-.lda Nero. Cooper ... 200 8.42 as rec. in O.R. No. 10, "" 1-, ..
Part of SW>, of SE>4 as ib Page 271 Ridgewood ,. 'J
Part of Lot 8. :Blk. 29 as "If '-
rec. in O.R. .No. 30. in Deed Book 47. { Dfv; Sea 20. O.P. .. 'stO Carroll W. Waechter 12500 425.73
Page 173 ..... ... . 8 C 26E 5791 Guy S. Hillers. .. .. .. 1500 n.H rec. t. "- .
'. Page 448. .N.S.. Green ,....."'...... .r,4 Part of 'Blks. 15 ft 16 as '
EH of Lot 33 as rec. in Cove Springs ,., ..... .. ... 7780 Dorothy Mitchell ... 200 8.92 rec. In O.R. No. 25
O.R. No. 31, Page 591. Lot .H, S/D of Lot 11. ,- t" Page 41, Ridgewood -

SID Bradley. .and. .Triplett. ... 8 610 26E 511 Otis R. Gosser .... .. 1508 n.u. Blk.Springs 29. N.S..Green Cove '. 7799 D, A. Boyd ...... ... .. 1500 62.44 Div. Sea 20, O.P. .. ... f' ". ".'.20"'. ', 9596 Norma Cinlno Chandler.. ........- ...... 1500 63.44
of t
Part of NWK SWtf, asPage' ." Lot G. SID of Lot 11, Blk '.'.l .ac" r Lots 20 ft 21. Ridgewood -
rec. in 0.R No. 40. .r' J 11.li 29. N.S. Green Cove .' ", :?'" Div, Sea 25. O P. .. ft'*' r"39641 S. L. Doyle. Heirs -.. 300 11.31
Edward Starr300 .
515 .... .: ... : 9 6 26E 5US W.. Annie Lee Hawkins 200 8.42 .
7801
Springs ... .. . ... Lot 5. Blk. 61. Fellowship ; v i : -
Fart of NWM. of SWVi, as 1 Lot 1. BID of Lot'lrlBJk:'r .'. : Park .... ... ; .. ; 9688 Unknown ....... .. 60 2.85
rec. in Deed Boek No.104.Page2'1..h. '11.81 29 as rec, in .., Lots 2 & 4. Blk. 34, Fellowship r .
Mullins :... 30.
.. 9 C 24E un M. E. N.SrFe.a Davison/ 100 4.'.
Page 515 Park .. .. 9696 H. J. O.
Part of NEU of SWVi as Cove Spring J.h..i...:. ....t.". 11' 7804 Willie Coleman Sr.. b019.08 Lots 5 ft '7, Blk. 98. Fellowship
rec. in O.R. No. 34.Page 137." sw,* of Lot ,2. Bik.:,30., : iI Park :. ..... .. nOT Herbert A. Taylor .. 104 4.n
Hopkins ... ... 4000 .. .
: M.
, I 85 ..: .. . ... 9 6 26E: uu 1) t '.
f N.S. Green Cove Spriagv 7813 Annie Stewart .. ..' 600 18.08 Lot 9. Blk. 9$. Fellowship ..... .... : '
i. Part of NE%, of SW% as NE%, of Lot S.'.Blk 30 ex.' 4 : ; Park .;. ............. .,., -. ... not. Herbert AWaylcr .. 50 1.85Lot
...
reo. In O.R. No. 44. N. ". : '- .
part to rivers & Blk. 9$ Fellow- f' ?
I.U 11. .
Page 122 ft 123 .. .. 9 C 26E un Carl B. Meeks .. ... 200 Green Cove 'Springs _,'.- '4.- .7817 Dozella a.Stevens.. 200 8.42 ship Park ... . .. (.. 9710 Fred J. Reinhold .. 50 .15

Part of Gov. Lot 3 as rec. Part of Lot 5. Blk. 30 as '.-' ", ". ..' Lots 6 & 8, Blk. 116, Fel- 'L.Jt. ; ':,t ....
in O.R. No. 39. Page 10001 rec.: in O.R. No' --25. ; 10w.hlpPark.. ...... '.' ;;at y. t 9722 G.3.8UlIv&u...... .. 100 !.14
199 ... .... . .. .. 30 C 24E 6991 Quincy H. Truett '.. Page 253. N.S. Green l t' ", Lots 1 ft 3 Blk. 129. Fellowship e* J. '
\ Part of SEU of SEK as CoTe Springs .. $ 7822 Edward, J. McQueen. 1600 52.94 Park .. :. .. .. 9734 N. P. ForskerrMrs. ... .. 100 4.64
f rec., In O.R. NO.4' Part of Lot 7. Bias : of .'
Fellow-
I '.12 ;# -i. Lot 10, Blk. 131.
\ Page 432 ..... ....n 34 6.' 24E. un, JL e. Jennings ..... 150 rec. in Deed oor.r.,1- : ship Park ............. ; : s. 9740f9748 C. Richllng ..., SO 2.15
'
Fart: of Lot 3 In ; '
O.R. No. 34. Page as rec.44 2 'I' 24E 111'. Dble AcceptanceCorp. Cove Page Springs 46. N.S.. t 7828..$aJaie.Lee. Forest.. ISO 7.23 Lots S ft 7, Blk. 136,.Fellowship ....--.. .... ..i- :.'. .Bamuelon' .100 4.54
G. :
.. .. ... .:::.'or....... 2"00 1'.0 .... '.' --- Park ..c. .. Mrs. S.
", Part of Lot 7. Blk. 30 a*! l'A'- Lots & Fe1---'" -;:'. -. s

f Part in OA'No.of Gov. Lot 28. Page 4 as rec.516 : .. r "ree.In Page 48.Deed N.S.Book Green-.44.. _.!!".,-.'!' ... : '.....- ..f1--;;.r.".. ..., :. lowship 1 3 Park. Blk. .149.. ..**.. ........., :..9766 .-W.OU ..._...? 100 4.64

in .... 7829 Johnnie Lee Knox.. 150 7.22 Lots 6 & 8. Blk. 161. Fellowship .
No. -
Page ex part 638 rec.. 32.: 2 7 2IE 6131 M. C. Jennings ..... 150 7.22 Part Cove of Springs Lot 8, Blk...32as I. ; .. ,. Park .. . 9787 G. K. Welborne ..... 100 4.S4
Fellowship
Lot 4pis rec. Lots 1 & 3. Blk. 171.
Part in O.R.of Gov.No. 31. Page 144 2 7 26E 6140 John H. McCrary 500 18.03 rec.Page in 437.O.K.: N.S.No.Green 11. ., I Park .. .. ... 9796 J. E. Sawyer . .. 100 4.64

Part of Gov. Lot 4 as rec. Cove Springs .. .. . ..: 7860 Emily .Johnson .... 100 S.54 Lots 2. 4, 6. 2. 10 & 12. -
in O.R. No. 41. Page 390 2 7 26E 6149 Domestic Finance Lot 8 SID of Lot 8. Blk. ... oJ Blk. %Jf. FellowshipPark ;-
Service Inc. .... 1200 !S:a8 32. N.S. Green Cove > '. .. .. ... .. .' -C: ,t ; 9829 J. L. Reese Jr. .. ... 300 11.81

Part of Blk. 4 as rec. in -: 7864. Nannie L. Bruton. 100 5.04 Lots 3. 10, 11 & 12. Blk. t.. 4 -
.. .
..
Springs *
Deed Book No. 48. Page Lot Blk. 53.. N.S. 220, Fellowsip Park 9822 X F. Wescott ...... 200 7.92
4 456, South Green CoveSprings 14. 7951 Donald Fullerton .. 1750 60.40 Lots 1 & 3. Blk. 222. Fel-
6570 E. F. Anderson Heirs 4500 154.50 Green Cove Springs' ._ ,- lowship Park .. .. 9836 Clarke Boyce .. ..... Itt 4.S4

Part of Lot 1. Blk& 1 as Lot COve 3, Blk.Springs 59, N.S..... ..Green...... '. ; c 7991 Virginia Clayton Lots 2 & 4,Park Blk. .Z.%.%...Fellowship .. .-. 9837 Lillian Boyce. ...'.... 100 4.54
.. .. 200 2.42 ;
Estate .
rec. in Deed Boek II.Page .. .. .. .. Ray .
Fellowship
fc. 4 Blk.
\ '!t Lots 2 225.
870 ex. pt. rec. in Part of Lots 6 A 7. Blk. Park .. . ... 9846 % W. MogllnsklJ, .. 100 4.64
Deed Book 100. Page ,. .; .. P as rec. in O.R. : ..

269, South Green CoveSprings .- Page 505. S dopi: 8112 Best Construction Lot 9. Blk. 268... ..Fellow-. ...... 9873 J. K. Hopklna .. .. .. 50 2.85
... . .. .. .. .':'t..,;.. 6571 Clinton L. Bragg. 200 9.92 Co. .............. 1500 52.94 ship Park .
Part *f Lot 1. Blk. 1 as ...: Lots 12 & 13. Blk. U. '1; Lot 1. Blk. 269. Fellow- "
rec. in Deed Book 100. .. Shands Plat Plat Book t -_ .!-: .. .; ship Park ... . .. 987S Wm. Baton .: ...... 60 2-85

Page 269, South GreenS.". 2. Page 1 .... .... .. '!<." oi.W8122 Willie P. Plnmmer. 200 8.42 Lot 2. Blk. .269. Fellow- '
Cove Springs 6572 Clinton Bragg .. .. 600 22.46 Lots 3. 5. 6, 9. 10., 11 & 1&. ; : ship Park ... ..... 9878 N. P. Forsberg .. ... 50 2.85
.
West part of Lot J, Blk. Blk. Q. Shands Plat r : Lot 6. Blk. 27%. Fellowship -
101 as rec. in O.R. No. Plat Book 2. Page 1 .. 8127 Wilber Lawson .. .. 600 21.96 Park .. . 9881 Otto Syben . ... .. 50 2.85
45. Page 380. Palmer & Lot 3. Blk. W. Shands Lot 4. BIk. :a0. Fellowship -
Ferris Tract .. .. : 6653 Charles J. WIdner. 2000 69.86 Plat. Plat Book 2. P. 1 Park . . . 9895 Josephine Weston. 50 2.85
Part of Lot K. Blk. 101 as rec. in O.R. 43. Page Lot 5. Blk. 281. .Fellowship
as rec. in Deed Book :. 61 . .. .. .. ... ... 8137 Harold L. Francis. 200 8.92Lots Park . 9898 D. E. Dennis .... ... 60 2.85
No. 54. Page 60. Palmer ;. 4000 4. 6, 8. 9 & part of Lots 10 & 12, Blk. 335.
& Ferris Tract .. .. .. 6655 Lester G. Crockett. 100 5.54 Lot 10 ex. part rec. in Fellowship Park ... 9908 A. J. Fonner ......4 10 4,54

Lot A. Blk. 102 ex. pts. Deed Book 109. Page Lot 3, Blk. 39. FellowshipPark .
rec. In Deed Book 79. 309. Blk. W, Shands . .. ... .. .', < 9912 Edith B. Faleonbury 6-0 2.85
Page 85. 103 Page Plat Plat Book 2. Page Lots 9. 10 & 11. Blk. 406. '. .
118 O.R. No. 1 Page 1Lot ... ... ...... ... ... 8139 Wilber Lawson .. .. 1000 37.01 Fellowship! Park . 9935 W. H. Halsey ...... 150< C.%!
156 & No. 6 Page 285. 21. Blk. SX as rec. in A lot on S. side of Main
Palmer & Ferris Tract :"T9t- : 6658 W. B. Lucas Sr. et al 50 4.85 OR. No.9. Page 477. St. as rec. in OR. No.

Ely % Lot 4 &allLot 5 Shands Plat Plat Book 31. Page 371. Middle-

as rec. In O.R. No. 15. 2. Page 1 .. .. .. .. .. 8194 Donald W. Shrock. 150 7.22 burg __ . .. .. 13 5 %!E. 10097 Andy O. Anderson. 2-m 69.8.
Page 56. Hygema & Lot 4. Blk. TX as rec. In Part of Sec. 14 as rec. inDeed
Wilkinson Add., Plat OR. No. 51, Page 197. Book 67, Page
Book 4, Page 57 . 6711 Irene Neal ....u" 2000 70.36 Shands Plat. Plat Book 118 Houghtons SID 14 5 24E 10118 Rosanner Ivy Heirs. 20 842

Part of Lot 11. Blk. 105 2. Page 1 . .. ... .. 8198 Sally Mae Anderson. 1200 42.78 Lots 1 & 2. Blk. 1, east of ., .
as rec. in O.R. No. 44. Lot 1, Blk. VX as rec. in RR. Phelps SID ..... 31 f 23E. 10123 Allen Yates ...... SO 2.85

I'age 426. Palmer &; O.R. No. 43, Page 530. Lot 4 W. 100 fU
Part .. . -."' 6783 Jack B. Ward .. .... 2500 8680 Shands Plat Plat Book Kingsley ex. .... .. ... .. 10176 Ethel A. Barbour... 2500 8580

C. Blk. 181 as 2. Page 1 eo. eo... .. 8201 Jasper Bryant. ..... 150 7.22 Part of Lot 8 as rec. in
rec. in Deed Books seePage Lot 12. Blk. BB. Shands OR. No. 48. Page 79.Kingsley .
24. 83 Page 90 & Plat Plat Book 2. .. .... ... ... -. 10186 Ernest A. Buchanan 10-00 3551
86 Page 133. Palmer & 5000FerrisTract" Page 1 ... .. ... .. .. 8215 Agnes V. Jones ..... 100 5.04 Lots 12 &-13. Kingsley .. 10191 Miss, Arsula{ Tomkins 504 17-58
.. . .. 6820 Floyd C. Oulton Jr. 1500 53.44 Lot -4. Blk. 34. Golden 1 Lots 46 & 4'1. S. of bard a
Part of Lot H. Blk. 106 Gate Manor eo __.. 8288 James; M. Hoggatt. 2000 68.86 roU. Kingsley 10209 E. W. Hayes ....... 150 6.22
as rec. in O.R. No. 28. Lot 5. :MllbyrneTriangle 8299 Irving A. Robinson. 12000 406.95 Lot 36. Aaron Smiths
Page 487. Palmer & W. 100 ft. of Lot 11. Blk. Addition 16 I 23E 10216 Lorraine Neles ..... 10 4.54:
Ferris Tract .. . 6848 Larue Corp. .. .. ... 3500 120.66 6. Sec. 1. O.P. .. ....... 8411 Advent Christian Part of Lots 1 & 2 as rec.
Part of Blk. 54 as rec. inDeed Church ........... 1000 35.51S in Deek Book 73, Page
Book 84. Page % of Lot 32 as rec. in 340. Edwards SID . 16 6 23E 10220 J. M Smith .....*.. %211.14
449. Palmer & Ferris OR. No. 7. Page 194 & ..
Tract .. .. .... .... 6985 Curtis Courtoy ... .. 1200 42.78 196. Sea 1. O.P. ....... 8434 Orange Park LandCo. Part of Lots 17 18. Book 31 &
Lots 1, 2 &; 7, Dewttts .. ... 2500 8680 32 as rec. in Deed -
SID Plat Book 1. Page Lot 4 & 1, Berriers S/D. 8500 Edna Mae Rlsemana 3500 119.16 79, Page 399. J. M. Edwards 20 10240 W. G. Beltln. Jr..... 3640 124.03

26 . . . .. .. 38 6 26E 6996 Steven Jones ....... 500 18.58 Part of Lot 44. as rec. in .... Sly 105 ft.SID of.BIy 108 ft. 21 I 23E
Lot 4 DeWltts
t S/D. Plat
O.R. No. 40. Page %34.
Book 1. Page 26 . 38 0 26B 6998 L. Randolph ......... 150 6.22 Sea 1. O.P. .. ... ... 8589 Thelma Austin ..... 200 8.42 of Lot 6 City,: Blk.,.47. LongBranch 10408 Lacey MeMullen... 70 2705
Lot 13 as rec. in O.R. No. Lot 3. Blk. 5. Sec. 2. O.P. 8632 Mae Fisher ......... lOOt 34.51 Lot 4&N% of Lot 5. ,
26, Page 631. Dewltts
Part of Lot 4. Blk. 5 as .
SID .. .... .. .... 38 6 26E 7005 Willie J. Plummer.. 200 8.42 rec. in O.R. No. 5. Page Blk. 3'. Long Branch... ... 10413 Will Franklin Heirs 1450 6074
Part of Lot 23. Dewitts 164 Sec. 2. O.P. ... .. 8633 Theollls Lnmpkin. 500 18.58 Partt3of"LoV V. "Blk. 47 asree.
SID as rec. in O.R. No. Lots 1. 2. 4 & 5. Blk. 11. 1500 HX .
26. Page 236 .. .... 38 6 21E 761S Fred Battle ........ 200 8.42 Sea 2. O.P. .. .... .... 8684 Elizabeth Foster. 500WX 33.47 in 281.Deed Long Book Branch*. ;I

Lot 1, Blk. 16. Idlewild 940 City.Page .. . .... 10428 Charlie Sneed .. .... 70 27,SS
Park. Plat Book 2. Lot S. Blk. 11. See 2. O.P. 8685 Robert Whltehead.. i 27 Lake
af.ek.: 4t 62 '. .,'. 7046 James W. Ott .. .... 50 3.35 Jr. .....10.......... 700 24.86 Lots Geneva 2 23.,. .Bk. ..... . f' 10585 Emilyn Arrants .... ISO 6.22
Lot as rec. In Lot 9 Blk. 20 as rec. In
.
Lake
Lots 6 & 7, Blk. 31.
OR. No. 37. Page 364. O.R. No. 10. Page 517. . .. 10597 Agnes B. Boyd ..... 100 4.54
I.lewlld Park ........ i}, 7660 Teves W. Dale ..... 1000 35.51 Sea 2. O.P. .... ... .. 3748 Charles Needham HI 3000 103.22 Geneva
Part of Blk. 30 as rec. InDeed Lot 31. Blk. 2. Holly Pt. Lots It & 11. BI k. Q,
8/D... 10642 Jeanette Tonne .... 100 4.64
Hillcrest
Lake
j Book 90. Page It FY. ;::3" S/D. Sea 2. O.P. ".U. 8969 Robert CX Whitehead 5000 HX
386. Hamilton SID : i. '1 ',c ..i. I. .. Jr. .. '.......... 13500 458.74 Lots 7. $. 9 & 1*. Blk. 12as
)'" .' it: In O-R. No. 2$.
M Plat Book 1. Page 36.. 0" 7692 Green Cove Title Co. 400 15.70 Part of Lot 82 as rec. In .. rec. '.
Lot 8. Blk. 35 as rec. in Deed Book 61. Page a .- Page 144. Keystone 10705 George B. Larue, Jr. 4W 13758
OR. No. 4, Page 1%%. \ 351. Sea 4. O.P. .. ... 9160 Harry H. Martin ..\. lOOf- 3S.51 Heights ,. -.'>5 I ,
Hamilton SID Plat Part of Lot 83 lying N. of Lots 4 U 5, Blk. l4. Key- -*

Book 1. Page 36 .. ..4 ; 7111 George W. Dee! .... 3000 163.72 RR as rec. In O.R. No. stone Heights 12.Blk.'S 10719 FlossI Tower- ...... 600 21.46
t Lot 10. Blk. 35 as rec. inDeed .J 45, Lots 9. 11. 11 .
Book 110. Page 'c' O.P. P.ag.e..490..S.ea.a..4.: 9163 Harry H. Martin. 400 15.70 15 as rec. In O.R. No. %. ei "'4
, 5... ax
172. Hamiltons S/D. Lots 84 & 85. Sea 4. O.P. 9164 Harry H. Martin.. 6450 219.04 Page 548 ft 14 Page -
... MHshell .3f069.86
10726 C E. ...
.' ,
Plat Book Page 36. .. 581. Keystone Heights.
1. 7113 Guy H. Dyal .... 2500 86.80 c. .
.. .... 9195 H. Martin ... 2500 85.30
EH of Lot 2. Blk. 7. << Lot 96. Sea 4. O.P. Harry Lot 13 Blk. 15. Keystone

I Green Cove Springs ... iIt 7165 Byron Brow ..... .... 2500 8S.86 Part of Lot 105 as rec. in Heights .. 10727 Mra. B s.U MeCslfman -
:
0.R No. 11, Page 434. i ......... 340 1181
.. .E% of Lot 5. BUt 7. .-a' "' Sea 4. O.P. . ;. .. .9212. Robert G. Dose ... ISO 52.44NofNofLo Lot 13 & part of Lot 14. '.
Green Cove Springs ... 7171' E. F. Anderson. 3000 35 & t. < I Blk. 20 as rec., .In O.R.
f' _Heirs__ .._u5.08HY102."f_____
n uuuuunu 36 as rec. in O.R. No. No. 34. Page 5$. Xey7 -
Lot 1. Blk. 18 as rec. in '_' : .' 17. Pages 462 & 463. s tone Heights .. .. .i 4I, 10765 W. H. Redfearn .. 5+M 171."
O.R. No. 63. Page 114. ," '. Sea 5. O.P. . . ... -: .. 10' .- 9225. Investment Brokers Lots IA. 6B & 7A. ilk.
Green Cove Springs ... ; :11. 7221 H. G. Sharpless... 2500 86.30 Inc. .............. 500 19.58 31 as rec. In Deed Book
Lot 4, Blk. 28 as rec. In r'i'; .., 2 Acres lit Lot.,t .* rec. 111 Page 51. Keystone 5ttt HX

O.R. nN&y 15. Page 239. : ... .P"\: in Deed Book 49. FSffe239. -' .sz t Heights . . .. 10833 Lawreae F. Lamee. 2444 69 86
Springs .. k 7259 J. P. Revels ....... 3500 120.16 Sea >. O.P. eo ... 2 9239 Tom McDay ........ 1St 6.72 Blk. 1 "
W% of Lot 4. Blk. 33. Lots IS & 16. as
Part of 'rot"Z as'tee. Jn ; -
Green Cove Springs ... --- ree. In O.R. 49. Page
7293 Thomas
Wagoner 6000 204-29 Deed .Book 72. Page .' 274. Conneaut Park .. 16902 Patsy R. Brewer 644 2196
Lots 2 & 3. Blk. 3'. Green 5000 499. 73 Page 426 & 84 Blk. 1. Lake

Cove Springs 7315 J. L.. Parker ........ 300 11.31tfjF Page 181. S.e. ...O.?. 9243 Chas. S. Bryant. .... 200 8.92 Lot View 39.Highlands. .. .. -.. 10981 Flossie Tower . 164 454
Lot S.! or E% of 8q.'lying ", < ,'" Part of Lot 2 AS rec. In Lot 10 as rec. in O.R. No.
N. of sq. 36 ex. part to Deed Book 104 Page V .
Ad- ,
: 24. Page 662. Bird "
State Rd, Green Cove 28. See *. Q.P. . .. 1 9247 A.nnleae. Camel .... 200 $.42 dition ... .......... w. 11128 .Joseph W. Baker- 3" 1181
Springs . . . of '' inDeed .
7452 Emilyn Arrants .. .. tOO 100.35 Part of Lot 2 as rec. ..
"r Addition.. 11140 Frank 34. Statin . 39* 1081
J Lot 27. Bird
N. 37 ft. of E% of Lot W .. ,0, Book 14 -Page \' .-.' : .
lying N. of eq. 3$. io ii* 3 -3f t.\. .: 141. Sea '. O-P.._-r-- l' tfU Viola Wright ..>.... 150 .6-72 Lots 24 & 25, Blk. I as .
4., Green Cove Springs .. '- 7458 Lusclus Salter ..... 206 8.42 Part of Lot 2 as rec.'In %rOIL '- '.' ; r c. in O.R. No. 41. Page
Lot 6. Blk. 11. N.S, Green :S- **. No. 2t. Page %n. ',.. 69. Sunrise Park S/D.. 11165 Leo N. Buhman SO* 18.$8

Cove Springs . ... !r 7513 Byron Brow....... 1500 SL94 Sea 8. O.P.: . .--. ; 9250 Southern States Lot S NWly IS .ft. of
' Lot ,. Blk. 13. Wilson & Supply Corp. ..... 100 5544000HX Lot 6 as rec. in O.R.
Kirkpatrick SID Plat Lot 3 ex. part rec. In No. 2, Page 454. Key
Book 1. Page 58 & .. .. .::: ; -t 7537 Lt. CoL Lee G. Deed Book n, Page stone Christian ColonySD 5044
Jones ............ 1500 52.94 249. See 8. O.P. ... .. : : 135 9254 Robert Griffin ..... 300 11-81 . . . .. .. .. 11261 Oliver I. Ltnsta..... *il6 '14.51I








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(!May douuf (Crescent PAGE SEVEN ..

THURSDAY, MAY 23; 1963 ,


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
LEGAL 1iOTICERESOLUTION' LEGAL, NOTICEIN LEGAL NOTICE
I i City of Green Core Springs
ORDER

THE CIRCUIT COURTOF The Game and Fresh Water I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT T. J. ALDERMAN holderof

The Board of County Com- THE FOURTH JUDICIAL Fish Commission of the Stateof the following certificates has filed said certificates for a

I missioners of Clay County. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Florida under and by virtueof
motion made tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificates numbers and
Florida upon CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIN the power and authority
1 s 1 1: l of the of the and the time
duly seconded and carried CHANCERY No. 3609 granted under Section 30. of year issuance description property

:adopted the follownig resolution SOUTH BROOKLYN Article IV of the Constitution In which it was assessed are as follows:

I I to-wit: of the State of Florida as
BANKSa
SAVINGS
the Resolutions i CERTIFICATE No. 24 Year of Issuance: July 7. 1953
WHEREAS
corporation, plaintiff I amended and ratfied by the
made by this Board at its regular Name in which accessed: A. W. Whipp e
MOTELS voters of Florida November
: : on
,; CONDITIONING BOATS meeting on the 8 day of v.RUBY L. GEIGER,' :defendant 3. 1942. and Rules and Regula- Description of property: Part of Block 53, Borden's Oak St.

April 1963 to conduct a public NOTICE OF SUIT tions of the Commission in official S/D as described in Deed Book 44,
RALPH F INLET MARINAMERCURY MARINA MOTELAPTS. hearing to determine whetheror
TO: RUBY L. GEIGER meeting held in Tallahassee. page 375
not certain roads in Clay
Florida May 1963 has
9.
YOU RUBY L. GEIGER, are
RENT
FOR
MILBERGEROrange & JOHNSON Week Month County. Florida should be closed hereby notified that a complaint opened to the taking of fish CERTIFICATE No. 26 Year of Issuance: July 7, 1953
By or
ENGINES U. S. 17 North abandoned and vacated to foreclose a certain the following described area in Name In which accessed: M. F. & Mary Phillips

& Ferris Street I. CROSBY BOATS PHONE 281.3605 andWHEREAS said Resolution mortgage on the following des- Clay and Volusia Counties Florida Description of property: Part of Block 53, Borden's Oak: St.

(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERS cribed real property to wit: :
required notice of hearing to S/D as rcorded in Deed Book 13.
REFRIGERATIONAND Lot Sixteen (16). Block Clay County: That area of
SALES & SERVICE PIANO SERVICE be published in the Clay County page 568
Seven (7), Unit Two (2), Clarks Bar on the west side

AIR CONDITIONING OUTBOARD REPAIR Crescent advising the public MEADOWBROOK according of lower river north of CERTIFICATE No. 42 Year of Issuance: July 6, 1954

Service Hwy. 17 Orange Park GEORGE WEEKS that said hearing would be held to plat thereof recorded Wagon Wheel situated In hi
and Name which accessed: Eva Lee Hill
on the 13 day of May 1963.
Sections 5 and
hi Plat Book 6, pages 8. Township
Home Phone 284-978O Phone CO 4-9835 PIANO SERVICETuning the said hearing having been Description of property: Lot F. S/D of Lot 11. Block 29, North
7 S. Range 27 E. consist-
12 and 13 of the public records ,
Business Phone 284-9431 Repairing concluded this Board finds I
of Clay County Flor ing of an area along the Suburbs
INSURANCE that the closing of the road
PHONE 284-327S sho 11
ida. r e n e approximately
described hereinafter will not CERTIFICATE No. 26 Year of Issuance: July 5. 1955
Box 50 Kibernla Rt. has been filed against you and 1 ifs miles long and one
r AGIN'SRefrigeration materially interfere with the Name in which accessed: Mae Davis

1j Green Core Springs County road system of Clay you are required to serve copy mile wide. Description of property: Lots 1 and 3, Block 3 of Lot 2. Berrian.s -
: --- of your answer or pleading to Volusia County: That area
Q ATIONWID County. Florida and that such S/D. Block 28. North Suburbs
And Air REAL ESTATE the complaint on the plaintiffsattorneys. on the southern side of
action will not
deprive
d ConditioningSERVICE any MARKS GRAY eastern Lake Beresford CERTIFICATE No. 29 Yar of Issuance: July 5. 1955

person of ingress or egress to YATES. CONROY & GIBES south of Cove situated in Name In which accessed: Naomi & Cleveland Smith

HERMAN E. REED CLARENCE B. LAZETTE his or her premises and that a 231 East Forsyth Street, Jacksonville Township 17 S. Range 30 Description of property: Easterly 90 ft. of Part of Lot 8. Block
state road has been established -
400 W. Walnut St. Liscensed Broker in new Florida and file the E., and consisting of an 29. North Suburbs
Chrysler Airtemp Sales completed and now
Phone 284-6721
original answer or pleading in area along the shoreline
Authorized Philco Green Core Springs Green Core Springs traveled to and from the points mile CERTIFICATE No. 40 Year of Issuance: July 3. 1956
the office of the Clerk of the approximately one
Since 1037 hereinafter described and that Name in which accessed
Service : Margart Stokes
long and % mile wide.A. .
Circuit Court. In and For Clay
Day Ph. 284-3880 ELECTRICALAtlas Homes Farms Acreage the best interest of Clay County County Florida on or before I D. Aldrich Description of property: Lots 5 and 6. SID of Lot 8, Block

will be served by the closingof 39 North Suburbs
Night 284-3492 11 W. Spring St Ph. 2844323CAREY'S the 10th day of June. 1963. If Director

S. Palmetto Electric & Mechanical BE said IT roads RESOLVED now therefore.that you fail to do so, judgment by Game and Fresh Water CESTTPICATE No. 37 Year of Issuance: July 2. 1957!)

Green Core Springs CompanyWe default will be taken against Fish Commission Name In which accessed: Nannie L Burton
the following roads to-wit:
TRADING POST
you and the relief demandedin May 23 UNLESS such certificates shall be redemed
according to law the
do all type of electrical Commence at the point on
APPLIANCESJim wiring WE BUYSELL TRADE State Road No. 21 where the complaint. This notice LEGAL NOTICEIN Description of property: Lot 8. SID of Lot 8. Block 32. North,

shall be published once each Suburbs
Three locations: the same is intersected by THE CIRCUIT COURTOF II.
Carter Appliance RAY SHIPP E. Palmer St Ph.284-3280 week for four consecutive
15 .
Service Inc. State Road No. 218 at Mid- weeks in The Clay County CLAY COUNTY Unless such certificates shall be redeemed according to law the

Owner and Manager Warehouse &; antiques old dleburg. Florida, and running Crescent. FLORIDAIN I property described In such certificates will be sold to the highest

A. F. BakerRefrigeration Phone 2849228TYPEWRITER Gym Bldg. S. Orange Are. southeasterly through DONE and ORDERED at CHANCERY bidder at the City Hall front door on the first Tuesday after he

& "BIG TOP" tent Blanding Sections 14. 24, 19. 30. 29. Green Cove Springs. Florida CASE NO. 3629 first Monday in the month of June 1963. which is the 4th day of

Air Conditioning Service 28, 33 In Townships 5. and Gloria Murray-Hessner Hoade. June 1963.
SERVICE Bird. Ridgewood. this 7th day of May. 1963.
also all 6. Range 25 East in Clay Plaintiffvs.
Major Appliance Repairs I Furniture & appliances at County Florida and being CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Dated this 1st day of Mar. 18S3.

Washers Dryers Typewriter Service v' ..-: bargain prices. 8tfe.LEGAL parts of the old Middleburg CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA Seal Thomas Francis Hoade. S/ Ben Zellner

Phone 284-3542 -Penney Farms gradedroad Defendant Clerk of the City of Green
E. C. HURST By Grace M. Carlisle May 2. 23 1963
9. 16. Cove
I Springs. Florida
... NOTICE now supplanted and NOTICE OF SUIT
May "9. 1*.- 23, 30. 1963
''
PACKAGE STOREPAUL'S Office Machine Sales replaced by the existing THE STATE OF FLORIDA-

Snriee NOTICE OF SALE road-State 218. (It being LEGAL XOTIC TOr Thomas Francis Hoade LEGAL IfOTlCJB LEGAL HOT1C

.Serving Clay Putnam St. intended close only that USAFE HQ (L 0.)
Notice is that
hereby given
part of the old
Johns Counties. pursuant to a Final Decree 'of county IN THE CIRCUIT COURT APO 633 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

All Legal Borerag** Foreclosure entered ixf'cause roads above mentioned OF CLAY COUNTY: FLORIDA New York City New York SALE BY CLERK OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL

AJC'to'l ,'AJ1I which now lie outside of .' YOU ARE HEREBY
Open t Phone %14atlI : *' NOTIFIED -
.' ->.... k;:* numbered C-354S In the 'Cir : I* CHANCERY CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Dual O.Mty Its* N.v414 'Orange Ave.Green suit 'Court. of Clay County. the present road right-of- Jeannette MTfeUritcnx: that a suit has been filed CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDAIN
of State Road 218 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
way against you in the above entitled -
North ., Onui Part Cere Florida I.will sell the property ''also known,.a.s CHANCERY
c* .Springs, Florida .- above mentioned> that the undersigned. George NO. JUt
: and hereby
r : '-ML*StarrichPlaintiff cause you are
COUnty Jeannette
situated In Clay Florida
be.and the same is hereby vacated. L. Carlisle Clerk of the Cir
to
described .i.. required serve upon plaintiffs FULTON SAVINGS BANK,
as; .?abandoned,' discontinued vsi:.-" I attorney whose name and cuit Court of Clay County. KINGS COUNTY..

I, [ OPPOBIUNIIIf KNOCKS HERE Lot Nine (9). Block Eightf1MEADOWBROOE. and closed, and all rights of,the John August Staristch. address appear hereon. your Florida will on the 31st day of Plaintiff

( public' 'and Courity)in 'and to ." ; also known"'as' written defenses if any to the May. 1963. during the legal YS.

Unit 2, according to'plat the lands consituting said road bill of complaint In said suit i hours of sale, at'the main door
recorded in Plat Book John August. ,JStarrich WILLIAM R. MAC LAREN and.
> > ,, > 6. or stre36i ri 3ierebyr; uwnc- -- ; Def enflant' copy of which is delivered to of the 'Court House of day

FOR SALE HELP WANTED pages 12 and 13. of the ed and disclalz&ed.BETTT No. 3622 ;. ;*' you 'herewith, on or before County in the City of, Green GUSSIE M.. MAC' LARSN. his. *

public records of Clay ; .'FARTHER .RESOLVED : !:1 -- NOTICEDFSUIT.THE June 24, A. D.. 1963. Cove Springs, Florida.offerfor wife.

FOR SALE .4 bedroom MALE HELP WANTED County. Florida. that any and all rights of STATE FLORIDA. TO: Herein fail not or decree pro I sale and sell at public out- Defendants

house -.: Elsie Street Hill- Master barber for Keystone Together with all structures said County and the public in Jeannette M. Staristch confesso will be entered against cry to the highest and best bid- NOTICE OF SUIT

top Section call 2843860. Barber Shop. Contact Frank and improvementsnow and to any land or interest also known as ,, I you for the relief prayed in the der for cash the following TO: WILLIAM R. MAC LAREN

25-tfe Jones. Keystone Heights Fla. and hereafter on said therein acquired by Purchase. John August Starrich I I bill of complaint.THE described property situated in GUSSIE M. MAC LAREN.

Phone 473-4959 5-23-e land and fixtures attached gift devise dedication or prescription Residence unknown NATURE OF SAID SUIT Clay County. Florida to-wit: his wife.U. .
FOR SALE. 3 bdrm. house
thereto and all rents
kitchen equipped, vinyl' tile or appearing upon YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED BEING FOR DIVORCE Beginning in the NE cor- B. Naval Air Station
issues proceeds and pro- any map or plat recorded in WITNESS my hand and the of the North one-half
floors screened porch, on 4H TO WHOM IT MAY CON- that a suit has been filed ner Guantanamo Bay. Cuba

acres of property, 3 acres InPensaeola CERN: 6 pigs hare taken up fits accruing and to accrue the public records of Clay against you in the above enti- seal of said Court at Green (N%) of Government Lot (Navy No. 115, Box 351*
from said all of
premises County Florida are hereby renounced Cove Springs. Florida this 4, lying West of Sand Clay Fleet Post
bahla. Sold with Zone at my place. Lum Grant about tled cause and you are hereby Office.
ton air conditioners vene- 4 miles south of Middleburg. If which are included within and disclaimed as to required to serve upon plaintiffs 14th day of May A. D. 1963. Road known as the Green New York N. Y.

tlan blinds, and 15 en. ft. freez- not claimed in 4 weeks same the foregoing the habendum descriptionand thereof the above road or property. attorney whose name and GEORGE L. CARLISLE Cove Springs and Palatkaold YOU. WILLIAM R. MAC
DONE IN REGULAR SESSION
will be sold by me. 5-23-6-14 Clerk Circuit Court road as recorded in LAREN and
er. Deep well pomp. Located address appear hereon. your GUSSIE M. MAC
also all
; gas. steam. at Green Cove Springs
Vivian '
H. Sohm
By Deed Book 19. at
page
approximately one mile west of written defenses if any to the LAREN. are hereby notified
I electric and other
water Clay County. Florida this 13
city limits en Rt. 16. Price I JOB security can be yours by bill of complaint In said suit. Deputy Clerk 453. except parts recordedin that a complaint to foreclose
heating cooking refriger- day of A. D. 1963.
May Scruby & Yonge Deed Book 34. Page 124.
10990. Terms cash. 5-16. 23 preparing now for coming Civil copy of which is delivered to a certain mortgage on the following -
I ating, lighting plumbing THE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Attorney for Paintiff Deed Book 75. 268.
Service exams. Send name you herewith on or before page described real property
.FOR SALE 27 ft. house address and phone number to ventilating irrigating and OF June 10th A. D. 1963. Address: Deed Book 45, at page 377. to-wit:

trailer; 11-ft. refrig and gas ICE INC. Box A. Clay County power systems machines CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDABy Herein fail not or decree 305 Great Oaks Circle and Deed Book 88. at page Lots Fourteen (14 Block

store 1 bdroom. $60 cash. Crescent Green Core Springs appliances fixtures and George L. Carlisle pro confesso will be entered Orange Park. Florida 53. Public Records of Clay One (1)

Phone GCS 2846779. 19, 23-2c Fla. appurtenances which now Clerk against you for the relief pray- May 23. 30. June 6. 13. 1963 County Florida. All lying MEADOWBROOK.
Unit One (1) according to
I are or may hereafter per- May 23 1963
and being In GovernmentLot
5-23/7-25 ed In the bill of complaint.
FRESH STRING BEANS for tain to. or be used with. LEGAL NOTICE plat recorded in Plat Book

sale for home freezer Contact in. or on said premises LEGAL NOTICE' THE NATURE OP SAID SUIT IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF 4. Section 2. Township 6. pages 7 and 8 of the cur-
LADIES: Do need ? 7 South. Range 26 East,
you money BEING FOR DIVORCE
Mrs. Novae Phone 2849137. rent public records of
even though they be detached CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDAIn Clay
Start now. Extra earnings. WITNESS my hand and the Clay County. Florida run-
5-23 or detachable IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CHANCERY County. Florida
Work part-time near your seal of said Court at Green ning In a southerly direction -
at public sale to the highest OF CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn Hairy J. McEachern has been filed against you and
FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- home showing Avon Cosmetics. Cove Springs. Florida this 6th along the Sand Clay

mowers. $15.00 and up McGee's Call Mrs. Burns Qui Si Sana and best bidder for cash at CHANCERYBilly day of May A. D. 1963. Plaintiffvs. Road known as the Green you are required to serve a

Welding & Radiator. 520 N. Hotel. the North Front Door of the Junior Ward. Cove Springs and Palatka copy of your answer or plead

Orange Are., Phone 2843163. Clay County Courthouse in Plaintiffvs. GEORGE L. CARLISLE. Frances V. McEachern Old Road a distance of 150 ing to the complaint on the

7tfc FOR THE BEST in all-round Green Cove Springs Florida Clerk Circuit Court DefendantNo. feet thence In a Westerly plaintiffs attorneys Marks

good printing try the CRESCENT between eleven o'clock am. and Annie Ward. By Estillee Ridley 3618NOTICE direction 100 feet thencein Gray Yates Conroy & Gibbs.

FOR RENT PRESS. INC.. The priceis two o'clock pm.. on the 4th DefendantNo. Deputy ClerkT. OF SUIT a northerly direction 150 231 East Forsyth Street Jacksonville -
J. Jennings. Jr. THE STATE OF FLORDA TO: Florida and file the
.
right. day of June A. D. 1963. 3616NOTICE feet; thence in an easterly -

FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom GEORGE L. CARLISLE OF SUIT James T. Norton Frances V.'McEachern direction a distance of original answer or pleading in

house newly painted inside and I ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES CLERK OP CIRCUIT COURTBy THE STATE OF FLORDA TO: Attorney for Plaintiff P. O. Box 96 100 feet to the point of the office of the Clerk of the

out, reasonable, large yard ap- Carlisle Annie Ward Address: Mountain View Georgia beginning. Said lot being Circuit Court,,. In and for Clay
,c Inc. Grace M.
:
pliances I urn shed. Call Penney Central. South Caroline SealP. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 100 150 feet. County. Florida on or before
x
Farms 5298211. 20tfc We Will Trade for Your Car, Deputy Clerk YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- O. Box 372 that a suit has been filed the 24th day of June. 1963. If
Furniture, Diamonds or. Any. (Court,Seal) Green Cove Springs Florida pursuant to the Final Decreeof
FIED that a suit has been filed against. you In the above entitled you fall to do so. judgement bf
FOR LEASE-Service: Station thing of Value on a New Mobile (Publish once only at least 7 against you in the above entitled May 9, 16. 23. 30. 1963 cause and you are hereby Foreclosure entered in a default will be taken againstyou '

near Middleburg on Highway Home. days prior to sale.) cause and you are hereby required to serve upon plain'wrs case pending in said Court. the for the relief demanded in
Phone of which is John P. Cor-
221. Clay' Oil Company. ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES SMITH. ELLIOT AND required to serve upon plaintiffs LEGAL NOTICE attorney whose name and style the complaint.
CO 4-9548 or BU 2-5133 Mr. coran Jr., Trustee. Plaintiff
Inc. SCHWALBE attorney whose name and address appear hereon, your This notice shall be published -
23c Glenn L. Bohannon and
Howard. 6263:: Roosevelt Bird. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS written defenses if to the vs.
Attorneys at Law address appear hereon. your any, Harriette Bohannon. his wife. once each week for four con-

WANTED-Work at my home: EV 4-5584 Jacksonville 2. Florida written defenses if any to the NAME LAW bill of complaint in said suit and the docket secutive weeks in the Clay
Defendants
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
L Will do sewing washing iron- or 512 Barnett National bill of complaint in said suit that the undersigned desiring copy bf which is delivered to number of which is No. 3566. County Crescent.

ink etc. Call Mrs. Margaret %"-5435 Bank Building copy of which is delivered to you herewith on or before June DONE and ORDERED at
to in business at Orange WITNESS hand and the
engage 3rd. A. D. 1963. my
Kaiser. Phone 2849497. 21-3c: 3-14 tic May 23. 1963 you herewith on or before.June Green Cove Springs. Florida
under the name official seal of this Honorable
Florida
- - ........... . . . . . . . . . . 3rd. A.. D. 1963. Park. Herein fail not or decree pro this 18th day of May. 1963.
t i111 1iI 11Mlit IAREA" of KEYSTONE: : DAY CAMP confesso will be entered againstyou Court this 15th day of May.
Herein fail not or decree pro
r 1 confesso will be entered againstyou I intend to register the said I Iname for the relief prayed in 1963. GEORGE L. CARLISLE.
I: Clerk Circuit Court
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFURNITURE
with the Clerk of the I
: for the relief prayed in the biD Of f Mnplntn*. GEORGE L. CARLISLE Clay County. Florida

. .... .. .... .... .111111111111111111111111111. I .. 11111111) 11111 11111 lIt the bill of Circuit Court of Clay County. THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT
. .....T. .p. . . - - - - - - - - complaint. CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT By: Grace M Carlisle i
THE NATUP.E OP SAID SUIT Florida. BEING FOR. DIVORCE.
-- -- -
D. C. I
-I William M. Ires Grace M. Carlisle
By
-- WITNESS my hand and the
uI FIt.'E
DRUGGISTS EQUIPMENT BEING FOR DIVORCE.
,. May 23. 30. June e. 13.
M. Ires Clerk
William Deputy
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court at Green Cove
,
AIR 11ASBFURMTUKB. IX, */ Sue H. Ives Florida this 1st day of
Springs;
;lie 'Fsetiltar."' EASTERL1NG rHARMACT AMERICAN seal of said Court at Green Cove Hobbs & Whlgham BUY OR TRADE
Ires
Sue H.
ApPUaac OFFICE SUPPLY CO.LloJ'4 Springs Florida this. 30th day May A. D. 1963 Attorneys for Plaintiff
May 23. 30- June 6. 13 /8 GEORGE Lv CARLISLE For Yow Used Mobile Home.
of April A. D. 1943.
Com leFua1ah1ap Reliable Prescription Service 211 Jackson Street
0903Jacksonville Rs.evelt Bird. E. Jones Jr. Owner /S GEORGE L. CARLISLE. I Clerk Circuit Court Tampa 2. Florida" Top Dollar Paid. Big: ADow.&ace

EV 7-4611 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Cleric Circuit Court JONES A HALL NURSERY By Trrian H. Sobm ti You Coach to Trado.

Specialists in By Grace M. Carlisle Nw Open '7 Days A Week i Deputy Clerk May 23. 1963CLASSIFIED Call EV 4-334 Collect

TRAILERS Cameras Films Ofne.SuppUuOfflee, Equlp- Deputy Clerk CwaeOvi BrawM Around T. J. Jennings Jr. ft J. T. Nor-
ST. JOHNS MOBILE EOME8
,
AD .. .. ..
meat ton -
Pacemakers and Parles Pharmaceutical Ne d-Saadri.. Sam B. Wilson See Oar Stock be.

Air Stream for Travel Line .f Greeting Attorny for Plaintiff Highway IS S..*k .f New Attorney for Plaintiff 1K1 Marlette trailer; It x 54.Tw .
Complete betrvmaa. Small dW JESSE x. KlTI'D
Used Trallers-Baak Flaaaeiai Address: P. O. Box 372
Address: 217 Guaranty: We Brig fan tignt,at C.Ree.veS.rG ,
.
6017 Roosevelt Bird. sort Blinding BlrA, Card Building Jacksonville. Florid oftnr ... Green Core Springs Florida payment and assume *pay 2M-H3
.
BUTTS MOBILE JET.-.: HOMES..,* DIG JacksaYW1. lIT $4714. Zbb$47 Park St., Jack* arflU May 2. 9. 18. S. IMS May 2.9. 16. 23. 1943 neat Telephone 2S4-K27. .dI&t 1 2-14 it*



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( County PAGE EIGHT THURSDAY MAY 23. 1963



I Clay Hill News lYotesl MHC &. Engagement Announced I Bellair And Meadowbrook ::1


Reporter: LEE McGUIRE Phone 294-9569
Reporter: MRS. J. L.
Penney FarmsReporter SCOUT NEWS Chapel was formerly known
Agan another of our friends, (burial in the Oighland cemetery as
4 ,
.w rc' a..a+ : r :cv. the Meadowbrook-Bellalr
Basher Mosley, has answered ;; ;Mt Cub Scout Pack 410 has as Bap-
the call, "Come Unto Me Andllest. : MBS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 5298131A its theme at todays meeting tist ChapeL The new name was
voted on last Sunday from
The Circus. a
; : Mr.Slosley, departedthis The infant of Mr. and Mrs. luncheon party was given Field Teaching Center for Public list of suggestions turned in by
life Friday morning about has been Coming events for the pack.
Virgil Griffiswho last week at the quadrangle Health nurses. She told :2: 4 Vny' members.
2 o'clock. .As we all know, he in the hospital for sometime,' cafeteria by Mr. and Mrs. E. about her recent tour of England -June. 1, at the round table May 24 at 7:30 o'clockthere
had been ill for some time somewhat better. : at Camp Echockotte. pack 410
very is I E. Stone and Miss E. Stella Denmark. Sweden, and : will be an organization meet-
and has been in one hospital af- Francis Lang, of Clay Hill,I Cass to honor their mutual Finland to study public health will hold the opening cere- ing of the Royal Ambassadorsat
iter anoather:' but man could not who is in the Duval Medical friends Miss Laura White, Miss methods and problems in those monies. the Chapel. Guest speaker
do much for him; only God to be Sylvania Nagle and sisterinlaw June 8, the pack will hold a
Center, is reported on countries. She visited health will be G. E Learn. Sr., Jack-
could heal his sickness, and HE the critical list again. She has Mrs. Milton Nagle who organizations in large cities cake sale at the Cedar Hills sonville Baptist Association.

has .seen fit to do this. been in the hospital most of stopped on their way north to and outlying rural areas. She Shopping Center. Plan to do Royal Ambassador leader.

Mr. Mosley was the father of the time for two months or New Jersey. Miss White was found their objectives to be your weekend bakery shopping All boys 9 through 17 are
Richard of Highland, one of Mr. Stone's teaching with the Cubs.
Mosley more. the same everywhere-to improve invited to attend with one or
do not know what oth- staff when he was principal of June 19, the boys and their
we just Nellie Wilkinson is in the health standards bring both of their parents.A .
er connections he has, but we Lakeside hospital in Jacksonville the high school in Easton. more happiness facilitate less families will enjoy a tour of the reminder that the next

do wish to say to all, Be of again. It seems that Penn. Miss Nagle and Miss problems and promote better I : Cecil Field Naval Air Station. meeting of the Bellair-Meadow-
Lord woo White co-workers with July 20, there will be a com-
cheer the were mental
good same she can not improve vut little, health. brook Civic League will be May
has saved Bosher and has taken Miss Cass on the mission field Though customs bined pack meeting including
and that just for a very short dress and 27 at 7:30 o'clock at the Ma-
him home will do the I in Malaya. families at Gold Head. The
same time. languages differed in all the deira Drive Baptist Church.
for one and all, if we will just countries from those in the theme will be "When Dad wasa i,

let ihim. He cana not come backto The Rev. and Mrs. C. F. United Sates all the differences Boy. Fire Chief. "Les" Lesler, of
to him. Mrs. Ander Wilkinson is ina Schriver spent a few days vis- Girl Scout troop 474. served
but
us, we can go were overshadowed by the the Meadowbrook-Bellair Vol-
Starke hospital.Mrs. refreshments Monday in honorof
Each and every member of iting friends at Clearwater. common bond of courtesy unteer Fire Department, reports r
the family has our deepest They also stopped at Crystal kindness helpfulness and com- Mrs. Sammye Valentine who plans are in the making for a
sympathy.Mr. Polly Prevatt learned a Beach where the Bredemeiers mon purpose of promoting bet- V\ is leaving for California next July 4 picnic. Watch for more
that sister in formerly of Chicago have ter conditions of living. r'3c '''q. ., ux rv..itt. week. Mrs. Valentinehas been
Mosley's funeral was in few days ago a Everywhere t ? M \ details in a later issue.
the Highland Church Sunday law, Mrs. Griffis, is in a Gains- charge of the Gulf Vista Re- Mrs. LeClaire was accorded \tih co-leader with Mrs. Alta Par- Mrs. Betty Morris of the
ker. A much deserved thank
afternoon at three o'clock, ville hospital. treat. honor and respect Meadowbrook-Bellair Volunteer
to Mrs. Valentine for all
which in turn you
awoke in her Fire Department Womens'
Mrs. Harry T. Sutton left for as it would in all of us. a feel- sc, .. uu,ioa.aL.mlvra, her efforts on behalf of the Auxiliary wishes to call atten-

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MINUTESCLAY England on the SS Oronsay ing of great humility in realizing troop. tion to their next meeting. This
leaving Port Everglades on how I Mr. and Mrs. L. T. McAn- Both Miss McAnnally and Court of Awards will be heldon
much we owe the will be held June 11 at 7:30
COUNTY May 22 and due at Southhamp- people of other countries for nally of Green Cove Springs Mr. Ferraro will be seniors at May 30. o'clock at the home of Mrs.

GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA ton on May 29. She plans to our own happiness and needs. announce the engagement of Florida State University. Miss I Cora Garside. 420 Woodside.
May 13, 1963 be with her family for three This
constitutes a common McAnnally is majoring in Elementary CHURCH NEWS I Meadowbrook. Your husband
9:00 o'clock AJtf. months. bond of their daughter Veroncia to Joseph -
Christian fellowship.A Education and Mr. Madeira Drive Baptist Cha- does not have to be a memberof
The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met in social John Ferraro son of Mr.
hour
followed with School the for to
Ferraro in Organic Chemistry.The pel had a record Sunday department you
session in the County Commission meeting room in the Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wood- the tea
and
regular served by Mrs. Lin- Mrs. Joseph Ferraro of held the
couple plan to marry after attendances last Sundayatotal Join. Meetings are second -
Courthouse on above time and date. ring left last Tuesday for their field and her I
committee.
Hollywood Fla. graduation next year. of 171! Please note: the Tuesday of each month.
The meeting was called to order by the Chairman. Honor- summer home in Lakeside on
able Luther E. Wilson. Other members present were Louis Lake Erie.

Huntley, District No. 2; Marvin Green District No. 3; O. J.

Murrhee, District No. 4 and H. E. Moody, District No. 5. Dr. J. W. Creighton will be
The.Invocation was given by Reverend Edward Summersill the preacher at the Penney
Pastor'of the Black Creek Baptist Church. Memorial Church worship serv- [ I'-

The minutes, of the last regular meeting of April 8, 1963 ice next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
and the Special Meeting of April 22, 196 were approved as read. FORD DEALER USED CAR :

The following monthly reports and letters were read and Leave magazines for Raiford

filed as public records. Prison at the Penney Memorial .
Monthly,report of County Judge re: Fine and Forfeiture : Church library or the hob-

Fund. by shop no later than May
Monthly report of County Agent. 27th. Next call will be in SeP-

I Monthly report of Assistant County Agent: tember. !ASTACTIONSALE
} Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent. .

I Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent. The art class has recently
E .Mbntjljly report of Florida State Board: of Health. finished its-series of lessons on
of Soil Conservation District.
| -Monthly report Clay drawing composition and use .
'
Monthly report of Director Civil Defense of Clay -
,of
County. Beulah of color.Sprague The teacher Bowers Mrs.has Sizzling. sales action on our new '63 Fords, Fairlanes, and Falcons has been crowding :

of Department of Public Welfare re I
Monthly report spent the spring months a used lots with trade-ins makes and models We've
County Indigent Funds., resident in the Nagle Cottage: .. our car beautiful -. .many :
Letter from Senator Edwin Fraser re: S. B. No. 205.
Letter from The JacksonvillerDuval Area Planning Board.At Members at the Art of the Center class were who Mrs.met priced 'em all for fast action Sale includes :choice A-1 Used Cars inspected, .

this time Mrs. Lillian BinnS, President of the Clay

County"P. T.:A.-Council acting as spokesman for a delegation, .Miss Julie Edna Baccus Burkhart Mrs. E.,R..Mr.Brown T. S. reconditioned when necessary. .road-tested, for your extra protection.. Come in }

requesting the Board of County Commissioners to provide a new I. .
Jail and-Juvenile Detention Shelter for, Clay .County. After a Mrs.Cleaver.Maude Mr.Coker Frederick Miss Andres Sarah, >for these and more like them. Hurry-act 'fast while the'.bargains last-! :

discussion on the matter the Chairman appointed Commissioner I.Foy, Mr. Alfred Hempstead. _: .
Huntley to contact officials of St. Johns County and see if it .
.
Mrs. Carol Runyan, and Mrs. ''' '
would be possible to work out' plans for a two county shelter to Ruth Smalley. ", : ..,. .
be back to the Commission'at a later date. :

Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner service The of annual the Memorial Memorial Home Day < \ h' : .
Deal With The Cf4fils '
Murrhee, and carried the following Resolution was adopted: Biggest
will held inthe
be
Re: Closing Old Orange'Park to Doctors Inlet Road lying between Community .
M H C cemetery at 10 o'clockon .
S. I. No. 224 and S. R. No. 224-A. ..
Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner next Thursday. Mr. E. J. IOhtrr lls
Ellis vice president of the cemetery : ; .. )
Green and carried the following Resolution was adopted: i. .
committee and his Get The Best
Re: Priority of roads to be built under Bond Issue. com- f 'ArCls
will Flowers : ; ;
Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commis- mittee, be in charge t r '
will be : all' ::
}one): Green and carried requesting the Clerk to contact the placed on graves. *J ; .
There have been 72 intermentsto "
proper officials of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Commission -
and request that a boat ramp be built at Lake Genevaat date. Those who wish to "

County.Eight Street per Plat Book 1 Page 38 Public Records of Clay should help with give the contributions flower fund to :. ,.'!.'' '(1. ..-s: HERE IS JUST A PART OF : ( .

Mr. Ellis or one of the Travassos .
Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commissioner
Moody, and carried the following Resolution was adopted: Re: sisters., Transportation to "
and from the cemetery will be : OUR USED CAR INVENTORY!
S. R. No. S-220-A, Section 71504-3601 (2601))
provided for those who desireit.
Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commis- )',. :. .
sioner Moody and carried the following Resolution was adopted -' "
: Re: S. R. NO. S-220-A, Section 71504-3602 (2602). .. 'l..'''' f; :.
;Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commissioner The Women's Guild of Pen- .
'
Moody and carried the following Resolution was adopted ney Memorial Church met May ; '
COMET 2-DR. DELUXE-EQUIPPED
: Re: Section 71560, State Road S-315. extending from S. R. 15, in observance of May Fellowship ...r 1962 ,
21 Easterly and Southerly to the South Line of Section 11, Day. The meeting was '

Township 7 South, Range 24 East. In charge of the missionary : : 1962 CHEVY II 2-DR- EQUIPPED .,
At this time the following Deputy Sheriff Bonds were approved committee who made three an- :.; :

and signed by the Board Members: Perry Lee Jones as this is the largest number of .

Principal). P. K. Davis, Jr., as Principal and Samuel A. Nasrallah. nouncements: F 1961 MERCURY 2-DR. EQUIPPED

as Principal, with the Fidelity and Casualty Company of New 1. Beginning the first ,. .
York as Surety in the amount of 1000.00 each. Wednesday in June and every

Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner Wednesday thereafter from 9 '... t. 1959 PONTIAC 4-DR. H-TOP FULLY EQUIPPED

Murrhee, and carried, a Quit Claim Deed from Dora Johns et to 10 o'clock a mission study .., .,, ." .
al. was accepted by the County for Road Rights of Way in group will meet in the breeze- -

27-4-23. way of the quadrangle through k r : : 1959] FORD GAL 4-DR, H-TOP EQUIPPED

Motion \fejf' Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner June and July. The foreign \It. ..' ".: .
Green, and carried, the Board executed a right of way study book will be, "Christian 1
Easement to The Florida State Game and Fresh Water Fish Missions in South Asia.** The i. 1957 CHEVY 4-DR. .

Commission for construction of a Public Boat T launching Rampon home study book will be. The ".... .
of Street shown, on Hays Map of Peoria in Changing City challenges the '
part Murray as .. .
Township 4 South. Range 25 East. Church. ;. ,,;?:> :: :; ; :;; .eN. J ,

Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner 2. World Community Day '.
Huntley. and carried the following Resolution was adopted: Re: will be observed by the guild ;...
Closing road in Townships 5 and 6, Range 25 East; being partsof at their November meeting. At I '

the old Middleburg-Penney Farms graded road. that time gifts of' cloth cloth-, AND MANY MANY MOl( AIL MODELS TO CHOOSE: FROM :
Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner Ing. etc.. will be presented. ,

:Huntley. and carried. the bills were approved and Warrants Also envelopes will be 4llt11-! -, ,-. -, '. (
ordered drawn in payment of same as will appear by Warrant buted for cash gifts. f :
Lists numbered 320. 320-A and 320-B. Which lists are hereby 3. Miss Martha Benson helda FINANCED TO SUIT ANY BUDGET

adopted as a part. of these minutes as much so as if set out in display of 300 Children's: garments -
full herein. made by the women of

At this time the Clerk requested the Board of County Commissioners the M H C during the last
to authorize the County Tax Collector to deposit all month for needy! children in

future funds due for the new Health Center to be deposited in various institutions and coun- ACTION IS THE BIG ATTRACTION AT YOUR FORD DEALER'SJ.

The Keystone State Bank as a Capital Fund credited to the Clay tries.Miss

County Health Center. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded Benson: reported that .. && &
by Commissioner Green and carried the request was this Is 'the largest number f o -
granted. garments ever made by the -
Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner M'H C women in one month. ,f

1 nnUey. and carried the Board adjourned to meet again In in an the 19 years that she

regular session on the second Monday in June that being. the' has. served in this work. = P. h.@iYELSer'gS !
10th day of June A. D. 1963 at 9:00: o'clock' AiL The program consisted of de- .
Luther Wilson Chairman votions led by Miss C. Tarbell j ;
... .- ; ? 601 N. Orange Ave. 284-9779 46511QItal1
Attest: and a talk by Mrs. Mertie Le-
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'v "
George L. Carlisle, Clerk "j''1C1 i "supervising nurse of the