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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 30, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THURSDAY MAY 30 1963 10 CENTS PER COPY
I GREEN COVE SPRINGS, ,
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)j Text of Disputed Act Green Cove PreparesTo



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''I Buy Naval Base Buy Naval Base


,, AN ACT relating to and authorizing the City of Green Cove

I SPringS Clay County, to purchase the deactivated Green Cove
Springs Naval Station for such amount as the City Commissionmay

determine to the best interest of the City; providing for

the issuance of revenue anticipation certificates; providing for N. vpJ.... '.. 0 City Delegation Feels
# retirement.of said certificates; authorizing the lease of any part'

of said station for municipal purposes; providing an effective

date.WHEREAS : .. j a Confident of PurchaseWith
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the United States Naval Station at Green Cove ; R

Springs Clay County has been declared surplus property and
is available for purchase by said city from General Services Administration two new industries preparing to start operationsin

an agency of the United States at a price sub- Green Cove in the next few weeks the City appearedthis
stantially less than the fair market value of the land and improvements 'i10.7Z,0a week on the verge of its biggest industrial coup: pur-

thereon and chase of the base.According .

WHEREAS the following circumstances and conditions are to acting City Manager Ben Zellner. the

found to exist with respect to the facilities available at said sale to the City should. barring unforeseen developments

station and the necessities of said city; be consummated by July 1.
I The Naval Station consists of approximately fourteeen
hundred (1400) acres and is situated one (1) mile from the city Mr. Zellner was one of a group of five representativesof

limits of Green Cove Springs. There are three swimming pools. Green Cove who appeared last week before representatives -
of the Senate and House Government Operations com-
I one golf course an electric power distribution system port facilities -
I an airport with paved runways and two hangers tennis mittees and the General Services Administration. The City'snew
courts football field and other athletic facilities on said Sation. proposal for purchasing the Naval base so impressed

The city presently owns none of these enumerated types of facilities Congressman Jack Brooks that Mr. Brooks called on GSA to
and that It rL delay sale of the property to the State pending further study.It .
except one swimming pool except owns a sys- Jy
tem of lines for distribution of electricity bought wholesale from \ was rumored this week that representaives of the

the city of Jacksonville. .. Y.iL: Committee of 100 would go to Washington to oppose sale
The present sewage disposal system of the city has reached of the property to the City though M. C. Mayhugh. treasurer -
.... its maximum capacity and the necessary enlargement thereof:in TM Trailer Manufacturing Co., was getting set at mid- of the organization told THE CRESCENT he knew noth

the near future will entail an expense to the city of several The re-activated Burlington Industries mill is set to week to produce its first trailer. ,Herald Mundorff president ing about it.
hundred thousands of dollars. Available at said Naval Stationis begin 7-day-a-week training operations in July. A croup of (left above) said that hiring would probably start Monday.
obstacle which could delay a decision in the City'sfavor
a sewage disposal system sufficient to meet the anticipated approximately 25 Green Cove residents are scheduled to Meanwhile Air. Mundorff and (L to r.) Buddy Hart Ira Blair One
is suit filed by three individuals: Rex Smith of St.
needs of the city for several years. leave at the end of this week for a 30-day training course at plant superintendent and Hoyt Penney, have moved in from a Frank
The acquisition of the Naval Station by the city for the the company's stretch yarn mill in High Point N. C., according Madison where the plant was formerly located and cleanedup Johns County; Edwards Wiggins of Keystone, and
of Green Cove. The suit which attacks the con-
benefit of the citizens and the inhabitants within the city and to Conway Owings, who will be superintendent of the the building. Clay Electric Coop has promised electric Canova
stitutionality of a bill passed by the State legislature was
in the surrounding area is declared to be the primary;purpose-of Green Cove milL By fall company officials say a number of power by this week-end. The plant is located on the St. Johns is
JI this act. yarn machines and other equipment will occupy the plant River adjacent to the Cleary Brothers property, beyond the dismissed in Clay County Circuit Court. That decision

There are many buildings and part of the land.not:immediately 52,000 square feet of floor space which was cleared last win- Naval base. now being appealed.The .

needed for governmental use available for industrial.devel ter of the obsolete equipment that had remained there. Jack suit was described by Berwick Anderson one of
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opment.The Station is offered for sale as a whole and not.piecemeal Garrard will begin his duties as personnel director next week I the group who went to Washington as "nuisance action."
\: NOW THEREFORE when,he heads the troop of new employes from Green Cove You; shoulda seen that jishl" He admitted it might tie up issuance of the revenue certi-

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE to High Point. I I ficates necessary for the City to purchase the property. The
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STATE OP FLORIDA: enabling legislation under which City was

Section 1. The city commission of the City '-Green 'Cove 'I issue revenue certificates specifically rules out any increasein
Springs Clay County is hereby vested with the power and .authority OP PFA Asks ReductionIn r ad valorem taxes; in short, it puts payment of the certificates

,to acquire by purchase the deactivated Green cove up-. to special. funds- rather. than general taxes.
Springs naval station from the United'States or'ff m-&nj--other Board y tiif: 'S4.t w A 'spokesman .for the< Committees of '100 was quotedon

owner for such price and on such terms and conditions as said School Pay Sunday in the Florida Times-Union as saying that the

commission may determine to be for the best interest -ofsaid State is prepared to move Into the property within a year
city and to execute such contracts or other documents as the The Orange Park parent faculty association oa Monday an industry which 'would employ 500 persons. This figure la

seller may require to effectuate said sale. The acquisition of sent telegrams to State Senator Edwin O. Fraser and State twice that useei'by Governor Ferris Bryant in a recent television -
said station Is hereby declared to be an essential governmental .Representative S. D. Saunders asking them to "give earnest and J 0 x. broadcast. This spokesman also said that the City

function. The facilities of said station and the services afforded expeditious consideration to legislation to the reduction would have to increase taxes to pay the 'estimated main-
thereby are necessary for the present and future welfare of the the financial remuneration" of members of the County:Board of tainence cost of $10,000 per month.: Mr. Zellner said that

city and its inhabitants. Public Instruction. Members of the board now receive $200 > no increase in taxation would be necessary. He added that

Section 2. The city commission of said city is authorized to monthly. a Green Cove has an adequate police force and volunteer fire
Issue revenue anticipation certificates for the purpose of raisingall "THE MEMBERS OF THE ORANGE PARK PFA DO RE- department to take care of any security measures and that
or any part of the purchase price of said property and for SPECTFULLY REQUEST THAT YOU GIVE EARNEST AND revenue from cigarette sales and the lease of the property
maintaining. improving and enlarging any of the facilities thereon CONSIDERATION TO LEGISLATION IN THIS of maintain-
EXPEDITIOUS would be more than enough to take care any
but such certificates shall bear interest of not more than SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE TO THE REDUCTION OF Y __ ence expense. .,
six per cent (6%) per annum and shall be secured solely by a THE FINANCIAL REMUNERATION OF THE CLAY COUNTY _
pledge of the revenue from any recreational or other facility SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS FROM THE PRESENT TWO __ Another of the spokesman's objections is that the city

operated or leased on said station lind the revenues from the HUNDRED DOLLARS A MONTH TO PER DIEM. AS RECOMMENDED __ has TX definite plans: for Ute use of the property. Mr. Zell

sale of electricity and water from existing city facilities and IN THE MINIMUM FOUNDATION PROGRAM. __ ner said that -jt consulting engineer had told the City coun-

the proceeds from dgarette taxes imposed under the provisionsof "TWO STRONG ARGUMENTS FOR SUCH A MOVE: p __ cil that the City will be able to make use of the water and
210 Florida the from COUNTIES r S sewerage systems. The City has already received a numberof
Chapter Statutes or proceeds any one or "1. AS ONE OF THE POOREST PAID TEACHER T ARL.k ?3 Dk S.
more or all of said sources or such part or parts thereof as may IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA WE CANNOT AFFORD offers to lease the property. There are also many recreational -
be necessary to meet the maturing installments of principaland SUCH SALARIES FOR SERVICES RENDERED. facilities to provide revenue as well as enjoyment for

interest of said certificates. "2. IT WOULD ATTRACT PUBLIC-SPIRITED CITIZENSTO the citizens of Green Cove. I'Mr.

Section 3. The issuance of revenue certificates as providedin A COMMUNITY SERVICE THAT WOULD IMPROVETHE Anderson said that the property is worth much
section 2 hereof shall not be deemed to be an exclusive QUALITY AND QUANTITY: OF SERVICE TO THE more than the $750,000 bid and presents an opportunity for
method of providing revenue for the purposes set forth in said CLAY COUNTY SCHOOLS RATHER THAN TO SOMEONE the city to improve its recreation facilities and utilities.

section but such purposes may be accomplished: by any other WHO IS JUST LOOKING FOR THE MONEY." I
method acceptable to the city commission of said city providedthe l
O. P. KENNEL CLUB HERMAN REED ATTENDS
acquisition of funds for such purposes shall be limited to the

IS sources set forth in section 2. and the general taxing power of Triumphant Revival I II With two new industries, Clay Countians are be&fnnInc SPRING SEASON NATIONAL ACCOUNTANT

said city shall not in any event be pledged for said purposes. to brag The County has the biggest fish the biggest trees CONCLUDES SAT. NIGHT CONFERENCE IN MIAMI

Section 4. The city commission is authorized and empoweredto Victories over Satan were experienced the last Saturday night. The the most beautiful waterfront. Above Terry Turner who at 14 Dog racing .concludes its Mr. Herman E. Reed of

lease any part of said property not immediately needed for I from the very first last Friday and Saturday nightssaw I stands 6 feet and one inch tries to reach the County's tallest Spring season with an 11 event Green Cove Springs, a pro-
its governmental purposes to any public body or agency or to Black the church filled, extra corn. It stands well over 10 feet tall and was crown on the card Saturday night at the
firm corporation when in the judgement of said service of revival held at west .f minent practicing accountant,
any person or property of Gunner Smith Knntsen who Ores Just Orange Park Kennel Club.
commission, such a lease would result in public benefits improvethe Creek Baptist Church; which seats moved in, and still some Green Cove. Mr. Knntsen, a native of Bergen Norway, too the The final bill will be featured attended a Regional Confer-

economy of the city and further the primary purpose of began on Sunday May 19th and sitting outside the door. The I unlikely (for a Norwegian) middle name of Smith when he by the traditional Au Re- ence of the National Society of

acquiring and paying for the facilities set forth in the preambleof continued through last Sunday. pastor said, "With such a great was naturalized more than 29 yean ago. voir Handicap in which the Public Accountants which was
this act. Upon such a determination being made by said nothingless
God, we could expect track's foremost
The Rev. B. W. Burns, A. B., greyhounds held on May 24 and 25 at the
k commission, a lease made pursuant thereto shall constitute a than a great .revival." The will appear
public and municipal purpose. Th. M., delivered Spirit filled revival also brought forth four Fontainbleau Hotel )in m&mla
Last Saturday night the
_ Section 5. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with the messages each evening; with candidates for baptism, and a "Girls and Greyhounds"" program The Conference was one of

provisions of this act are repealed. I pastor, Rev. E. S. Summersill large number of rededications was presented with eight several sponsored throughoutthe

Section 6. If any clause, section or other part of the act' bringing the last message on to God's service.GORGEOUS. beautiful young women clad in year by this national professional -
such declaration shall not Sunday evening. Rev. Burns is
shall be declared unconstitutional the most modern bathing suits accounting organiza
affect the remainder it being the intent of the legislature that head of Old Testament teach- n parading to the starting box tion. The purpose of the Conference -

each part hereof shall stand alone. ings at Luther Rice Seminaryin GEORGE with the dogs and their grooms is to bring accountantsup
Section 7. This act shall take effect immediately tipon Its Jacksonville Florida; he also I IN OP FRIDAY for the 10th race the "Girls to date on tested Ideas for

becoming a law.GCS maintains a family guidance I. and Greyhounds" Handicap.The improving the management of
located at his home The well-knowa wrestler,
enter their accounting: practices in
It' girl who went out with the
10561 Hemming Road, Jacksonville Gorgeous George, plus a full
order to better serve the pub-
winning dog was crowned the
.\ Methodists Install OfficersThe I I Florida. program of men end lady T queen. She was Miss Shirley lic.
Statements were heard from wrestlers" are coming to the >s
Griffin and the victor was Those attending the Con-
John time members like "It Cotane Stadium in Orange Y .. vp9'p..
Carlisle Chxmn, long ) -
Zimmerman, George
Rev. Gene Wonder Girl owned by Paul ference in Miami Beach heard
I and revival also brought forth four Park Friday evening at
Bradley James Kirkland, on
minister of the First Methodist Sutherland. Donald W. Howell experts discuss automatic dataprocessing
Dr. W. A. Mulford. rWe prayed for a great revival 8:30 o'clock.
last associate manager of the track, professional deveo-
Church' of Green Cove Missions Commissioners: Mrs. and received one," "It was a This event is being spon- was the escort. lopment attorney-accountant

Sunday installed officers of the Joan Temple, Chrmn, great revival to my own heart.." sored by the Orange Park rel, ,tionsh4M management advisorY -
There were more.heavy paying -
jdmrh! for the coming year. Miss Fannie Evelyn Dewar, Large crowds attended nightly High Spool Boosters Club Big "Q" returns last week. services, and many othrs. -
They are: Mrs. Gene Zimmerman Miss coming from Green Cove and the Jaycees. Admissionis .
it 56 in the
Friday-night was
Trustees: Gother Martin. and Julia Smith. Springs, Palatka, Starke Jacksonville $1.00 for adults and 50c .
10th race and 1-6 in the 11th The National Society fouad-
Harvey Robinson, Joe Cooper, Social Concerns Commissioners Middleburg Gainesville for servicemen and children.
heat paying $1,06720.Saturday's ed In 1945<< has over 14.060
E. D. Austin, George Carlisle,, : Rev. Leigh Soule Chrmn and as far away as Lake Besides the match between matinee had 1-3 members throughout the eeua
Mincher. Education Commissioners: J. City. Gorgeous George and Golden
and Joe
and 1-7 for $2,792.00 and that xy. Its purpose is to promote
Stewards: T. J. Rivers Bern- O. Sapp, Chrmn Mrs. Irene '! ;Messages in song were heard Boy the program will feature -
night was 6-7 and 2-5 for high standard of
competence -
ard Bruson, Charles Helm, J. Crawford Mrs. Warner Simons nightly beginning with the Jubilee a match of ladies champion 216620. and Integrity
I Burton Scott, J. R.Kirkla.nd Sirs. Margaret Hopkins, Mrs. Quartet on Sunday 19th, Marlene Schmidt versus amongpracticing
C. Sapp,
little sister E. L. Beckner had the most
And Barbara Ann Taylor. 6 years .... aBabel' aecooataate aDd tostabllsh
Mrs. Louise Smith,, Mary Lou StampsRev. Leigh and ending with the Waymak- Holhrood Hillbilly, Farmer
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Cynthia 4. with The Bigcevt Cacnmpfry The girls are the wins with eight inlast week's good and understanding -
Joe Morris, S. V. Stamps, Henry Soule, and Mr. John Hancock.Evangel ex's Quartet on Saturday 25th. Boy versus! the Great
daughters. V. O. Taylor who has a service station ahd grieery *- seven programs with Betty Eno.he between the a BenJ
eds sm Commissioners It has been said that a re- Assassin and a Tag Team. "
"Suttle, and C. H. : ; :
y..AJ Haron'gKennels
li and Red and the aoeot
: store Just east of Gren Cove on old road 17. The 12-Ineh ; public a1Iag Pis-
Mr. Ben Outlaw; Chiron, Al vival can be measured, to a Match.:
Fork having wins each. feaston.H .
Robson.A.p encumber was grown on Barbara ADD" own Tine seven
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Last Tuesday the J. P. Hall came up in the top of the sixth. < :
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"We are fighting by ourselves alone; but we are. not The EditorTo I Coke game was called in the 10-9. A quick rally made it 11- f" 1'.Q ; ; ;/ 'f) '"f ?1 \

fighting for ourselves alone we await undismayed the Impending bottom of the third because of 10 and the Tiremen took the ,, ,

assault. We must show ourselves equally capable of The Clay County Crescent rain. field. In the bottom of the : ; -

meeting a sudden violent shock or what is perhaps a harder I 1 Although it rained during all sixth J. P. Hall failed to over-

t test a prolonged vigiL But be the ordeal sharp or long er both Referring to the article on 'of the game both teams tried come the deficit. Yw.

#' we shall seek no terms we shall tolerate no parley; we may show the County spelling bee which Ito. struggle out four innings to Wayne Sweat Richard Sweat.
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1 mercy we shall ask for none. appeared in the May 16 issueof complete an official game. Gary Clark Jerry Perlick. and

1 Winston:""S. Churchill THE CRESCENT I have George Boatwright pitched a Kent Weaver led the attack for ) ta.liri

14 July 1940 dazzling one-hitter for J. P. Cotney. Billy Morrison was

this to say. Hall. Theadi Miller was relieved charged with the loss and Jer-

Both winners were studentsat by Richard Hughes in ry Perlick was the winner. i: iIL;

The Tallest Com the Orange Park Elementary the bottom of the second when On Thursday. J. P. Hall's

the Bankers started a rally.
School. THE CRESCENT in skipper. Bob Nolan, protested
\ At one time both teams triedto
A tale-and one that will never be proved-has per- reporting the story said that a win by Cotney Tire. I
stall out the other but later
sisted for years that when Winston Churchill told the Nazis the Orange Park Elementary they returned to a fine all-out I The protest came when a''

that "we will fight on the beaches etc.," he was not really Hall batter was called out for
School PTA was the only tussle.
sure the English people would. The Nazi invasion of Britain one J hitting out of order. Nolan
On Wednesday Cotney Tire
never came off but the fact remains that the people of Eng- in the County which had not ; says that when a substitute
stayed in contention for the
land fought alone for months and more than anything else contributed toward the prizes.I I was made the order should
first half pennant by taking
it was their belief in themselves that defeated the Nazis. would like to congratulatethe the J. P. Hall team 1110.It 'have been changed.

The thing that makes Texas a great state is not Lyn- winners and to say that was a thrilling battle all, It was an exciting battle all

don Johnson or the withering heat or the vast endless the contribution of the Orange the way. The score see-sawed :the way. The score see-sawed

stretches of arid plain dotted with cactus and curio (spell- Park back and forth during the en- i I.from one side to the other until -
Elementary School has
ed J-U-N-K) shops. It is that every Texan somehow has come tire game. Cotney came up in the top
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to believe that the Almighty blessed the Lone Star State been received.I Gary Clark started for Cot- I of the sixth with the score Hall Bottom Row-Left to right-David Koza, Reggie Heath, Scott Smith, Ricky Robertson -

and that he is the beneficiary of some special Divine dis would like further to apol- ney being relieved later by 10 and Cotney 9. David Talbott, Steve Givens. Top Row-left to right-Don Sohm manager Mike Hilton

pensation.We ogize for giving THE CRES- Jerry Perlick. Billy Morrison With two outs the tiremen Clarence Peeples, Charley Owens Frances Harris, E. D. Knowles, John Stone, and George

like to think that the story on the front page of CENT the information that at pitched well but was relievedin managed to squeak out two Owens assistant manager.

this issue of THE CRESCENT about The Tallest Corn and the top of the 5th by George runs to go ahead. 11-10. Then

The Biggest Cucumber is somehow symbolic. Both the corn the time the prizes were awarded Boatwright. George Boatwright relieved Both Boatwright and Theadi Steve Boatwright took the the game to give every player a

no dollar contribution toward behind when Billy Morrison and finished the
Cotney
theory was they
antithetical to the prevailing
and the cucumber are Miller had no-hitters going un- win and Theadi Miller receivedthe chance. Allan Smith. Robert

that Clay's soil is good for nothng but pine turpentine and them had been received inning.In til the top of the fourth when loss. Cowdery and Jamie Cowderyall

vast military installations that pick up their tents and steal from the Orange Park Elementary 18 WITNESSES the bottom of the sixth Mike Noble homered for Clay And on Saturday the J. P. turned in good perform-

away at the whim of any old congress. School. I made the GOING TO MILWAUKEER. with one out the Hall batter Oil. Hall nine dropped Coke out of ances for the moneymen.

There has been too little pride in what we have; too mistake of 1 was called out for being out of Because Boatwright had the first half pennant conten- This now puts J. P. Hall and
mentioning a fact E. Greene will lead delegation
a -
I order. Then Sammy Nelson
much whimpering at what we haven't. If we can grow The pitched two innings against tion by winning 19-7. Cotney Tire into a tie for first
that should have been left of 18 members of the
un caught a pop fly to end the
Tallest Corn and The Biggest Cucumber we can do a lot Cotney on Wednesday, he was place. The play-off game will
Green Cove Springs George Boatwright pitched a
of other things we haven't yet considerd doing. As they say said. To err Is human to for- congrega- game. pulled in the bottom of the be played on Saturday. June 1
tion of Jehovah's Witnesses to Kent brilliant game for the Bankers
Gary Clark. Weaver
in the military "head up. shoulders back look proud." give divine.I fourth and David Wilford took This will be a tough tussle all
international and wasn't touched until the
an convention of and Jerry Perlick played a fine
and is urgedto
the everyone
hope this will clear the air the religious group scheduledfor game for the Cotney nine. Allan over. Later that inning Wilfordwas top of the third and was relieved way
and the future
come out see
so we may all forget the inci- County Stadium in Milwaukee Smith looked good for the relieved by Mike Noble by Robert Cowdery in
Big Leaguers play.
June 30 to July 7. losers. who pitched the remainder of the top of the fifth. Fieldingwas
dent
ottikkcr and go on to more im-
Convention officials in Mil Jerry Perlick received the win the game. Coke's downfall, but Page League Standings-First Half

portant things. waukee have announced that and Billy Madison took his In the top of the fifth Boat- Matheson pitched well. Tom W L GB Pet.

by DUNCAN GBONEB Mrs. Carol Parduhn 45,000 persons are expected to first loss. wright doubled to lead off a McMillan homered and Theadi Cotney Tire 5 4 556 ,

r The City of Green Cove's radically altered offer of Spelling Bee Chairman attend the eight-day gathering ''I On Friday. Steve Boatwright three run attack and Coca Miller also was hitting well. J. P. Hall 5" 556

purchase of the naval base I believe radically alters the ques- Clay County representing the Central United chucked Clay Oil to an 8 to 4 Cola was unable to overcome. J. P. Hall skipper Bob Nolan Clay Oil 452 .445

tion of who-the City or the State-should get it. I believe Council. PTA States and Central Canada. victory over Coca-Cola. the four run lead. 'I cleared his bench in the last of Coca-Cola 452 .445

the City should and will get it. --

the offer of $750,000 was made Tara A
When original City
Dewerfptloa S. T. R. A. Poll Name A..esM Value C n.t

roughly four weeks after the State offered $620.400 (the GSA- NOTICENotice Part of NE 4 22 5 24E 2371 Tommy SIlcox .. .... 400 14.29

value) I opposed the plan because it did not seem Part of NBVi. as rec. inDeed "
appraised 100 4.S4
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Book 62. Page 341 22 5 24E 2374 Nelia Mae King .j .
possible to me then that the City could raise the funds and Part of N% of NW% as
is hereby given that on the 3rd day of June 1963 at Green Cove Springs rec. In Deed Book 109.
that an unsuccessful effort to sell the revenue certificates Page 141 457
County of Clay. State of Florida tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described & ex. part
back at the that is with recv. in O.R. 51. Page
all
would leave us starting post; apiece
i land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same together 30 22 5 24E 1% 2392 John H. Jackson ... 150 7.72
f of real estate whose only value was in holding the PC of N% of NW -
with all % as
costs of such sale and all advertising. In theJists following S stands for Sec- rec. in O.K. No. 29. .
rest of the earth together.I -
tion; T for township; R for range and A f number of acres. > Page 332 ... 22 5 24E 2 2398 William T. Bennett. ., 100t 5.04
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have never subscribed to the feeling that if the State Pt. of Sfc of
rec. in O.R. No 31. 1
bought the base is would use it only as a penal institution.It Page 4 .. ........... 22 5 24E % 2410 Willie Lee Jones. 100 5.04
Tax A
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Part of NW 4, as inDeed
might, concievably. have used a small part of it as such. The: Deserlptloa S. T. IL A. Foil Name Assessed Value Cost Book No.rec.106

Lot 7. Kingsley Lake Vll- 20 Page 159 22 5 24E 2417 Sinclair Jackson.. 100 5.04
question of what the State would put in there-and how
lage S/D .. .. 21 ,
6 23E 335 Louie 1.. Wainwright 3000 102.72 Part of S\V1,4 of N'V1,4 as -
quickly-is something else again. Lot 1, Blk. L. Kingsley 20 f :: rec. in Deed Book 102,
Lake Village S/D ..... 21 6 23E 351 c.. D. Downing .....: '100 ''- C.54)j Pages "* & nc ..*... 22 5 24E 2421 Melvin Presha ...... 249 10.12
However since its original offer the City has securedthe Lots 10. 11, 12 & 13. Elizabeth .. '-t-;" oS ____, I... Lot Black Creek Shares 23
Beach &; part of l' X > S/D 26 C 24B 2456 Myron LeFevere... 500 18.08
co-operation (to the extent of something better than SV4 of S% of NE% as i'.' ...* ."' 7' Lot 2. Black Creek Shores iJ _

$700,000) of the Florida National Bank and an underwriting rec. In Deed Book 100. ''.' .. ., No. 2 23 5 26E :2490 Wesley CooperzoIoW '.12
Page 88 &; O.R. No. 24> :; t' : ,- Lots 8 & 9. Black Creek ..- JI'o' II
i firm that says it will buy the City's certificates.To Page 65 ............ .. $ 5 23E 474 Anthony. Lazarczyk 10001' 36.51 a : ,- Shores No. 2 23 5 25E 2492 Albert Thornton ..,.. 400 14.70
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West 10 ft. of Lot 12, Lot 28. Black Creek
whichever the base goes: the State or the City I Crystal Lake Hts 7 8 23E 544 Wade C.. Ellis Jr.... 100 4.54 Shores No.2 .23 5 26E 2497 M. A. Plunk ........ 500 18.08
Lot 27 as rec. In O.R. No. r Lot 33. Black Creek
can only presume that sooner or later we will get payrollsin 31. Page 275. Crystal Shores No. 2 ...".... 23 5 26E 2499 Oscar Hayes ....... 500 IS.eSLot
there. This, in itself, will rebound to the credit of mer- Lake Hts ............ 7 S %3E' 562 Julian E. Johnson.. '7500. 255.59. 34> Black Creek .. __ _?. .
y Part of NW34 as rec. In 1 L .: Shores No. 2 .-23 S-821! 2500 Mark Green ........ 5OO5OO 18.08
chants and prospective employes throughout Clay and St. Deed Book 101, Page Lot 35. Black Creek '
420 ex. part rec. In Shores No. 2 23 5 26E 2501 Thomas A. Smith ... 18.08
Johns counties. :*f the rather
City than the State can makea Deed Book 101, Page Lot 36. Black Creek

three or four or five hundred thousand dollar profit on the 422 ................... 10 S 23E 20 UJ Bernard. ;,R Firth Jr. 400 16.20. >> Shores No.2.... .... 23 5 26E 2502 Roy K. Brannon .... 500 18.08
Lot 12 as rec. In O.R. No. 10 -; Part of NW .4 of S\V% as
sale and or lease of the property then we're that much bet- 1. Page 68. McKay's 11 rec. in Deed Book 62.

ter off. It can be used for some badly-needed City improve- SID 1 ............. ... 14 23E 708 Louis B. Parvln .... 3000 103.22 Page 158 ex. part rec.
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Lot 7, Parcel 3-A. Mc- in 0.& No. 50. Page
ments. Kay's S/D ............. -. 807 Malcolm J. Pringle.. 3400 116.27 528 18 3 24E 2865 Emma J. Rhoden. 500 19.58
Lot 14, Parcel 3-A, as rec. -; Lot 25, Blk. 2. Saunderlee
Soon after the City made its initial offer GSA offi- In O.R. No. 25. Page f SID 13 4 25E 3003 James E. Garrison.. HoG 18.08
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-" 283. McKay's SID .... 814 Jack G. Mahoney... 500 18.58 Part of SE%, of NEVl as
cials told me that the federal government wanted to to get Lot 26, Parcel 3-A. as : rec.<< in O.R. No. 10. Page
rec. In No. 40. 492 33 4 25E 8. 3136 C. E. Adams ....... 340 1208.11
as much money as it could out of this profit. And the fed- lKa Part NW -
of
Page 214. SID ; 825 Kenneth G. Edwards 500 18.58 SEU of % as
eral government is not above reversing itself for a mere Lot 3, Blk. 1 &; Lot 10. :' rec. in I O.R. No. 27,
Blk. 3 as rec. In O.R. Page 35 35 4 25E 1 3212 Mid State 9e>. .. .... 20 8.42
$120.000. They send their emissaries snooping into my booksto No. 45. Page 29. Sandy : Part of Gov. Lot 1 as rec.

see if they can't raise the ante Shores 2 .. ... .. .. 10 8 23E .a 835 Nellie 'M. Riddell,... 2000 69.86 In O.R. No. 22. Pane
by $100; why should they 109 ex. nt. reo in O.R.
sniff at $120,000.But Lot Blk.4, 3 Blk.. nJy &Shores Lot 9.2 10 8 23E 836 Amile C. Freidlin... 2400 82.41 t No. 49. Page 190 .. 26 4 25E 3379 D. F. Crlttenden.. 30 11.31

Lot 66 to 69 Inc.. Blk......P.. .... ... Part In O of.R.Gov.No.Lot 49. Pare 1 as rec.194 26 4 2iE 3380' James E. Barrentine 10+0 ...1
the 100 4.54
most important consideration. I feel, in the Many Lakes S/D 14 8 23E t. 932 E. V. Sutton Lots 44. 45 & 46. Blk. 3. .
Farms 39. 40, 41 & 42 asrec.
whole question is the immediacy of making the base pay off. If In O.R. 29, Page 56 Doctors Lake KB la tea
S/D as rec. In O.P. No. 2R 4. 25
the State buys it at 620000. then it can afford to let it ex. part Leln rec.record In Judgment No.- 11. Page 413 39 4 2* 3517 George B. S >*n e.r .. 60 2f.4

alone for five years or a decade. This is not true of the City. 1. Page 193 &; Plat No. Lots tors 7 Lake&; 8, Blk.Estates 5. Doc26 SID 39 4 4 26 25 337 J. R. Shun ...... 400 14.70

The City's interest rate on its certificates will run somethinglike Lot 6. Page 1 to 32 9 .inc....Loch 16 8 23E 11 936 Bernard P. Parrish.. 500 20.08 Lot 12 as rec. in 0.& No. 2 5 a

$30.000 annually and upkeep (assuming the property is Lots Lommond 10. 11 S/D& 12.....Loch. .. .. 16 S' 23E 940 Bernard P. Parrish.. 4200 143.35.. SID1 48, Page. 571.' Oak Park; 43 41 5 4 25 2* 3507 John :M. Marud ..... 10 4t-38
retain
kept up and in saleable condition) will be more than that. Lommond SID .... ... 16 8 23E 941 Bernard P. Parrish.. 1350 .46.86 Part Deed oi Lot Book 5 as No. 108.

Add to that insurance policing etc.. and you've got a sub- Lots Lommond 13 to 33 S/D ln<.x.. ..Loch.... 16 8 23B 942 Bernard P. Parrish.. 6000 204.29, Part Page of 253 Lot .5 in 9 5 2iE :9_ 3712' R. W. Mtek y eo.... M0 110.94
as rec. -
stantial sum that must be met and met quickly. Part of SW 4 as rec. In Deed Book No. 109.
O.R. No. 50. Page 312.. 17 8 23E 974 H. Hazen ...
200
Harry 7.92
Page 284 9 5' 2IE 3713 Jay V. Wlieher ...eo M0 all
Lots 9 & Tower Hill
Governor Bryant has said (though I did not hear him) S/D ... .10.. . .. ... 17 8 23E 983 Robert H. Jackson.. 5000 980. 34.33 Lots 41. 42 & 43 as rec. InOR
that he was ready to put into the base Farms 38 & 43 No.1. Pave 63.
an industry which ex. part *
Rio Blanca IIts. SID... 9 5 %iE 37S2 Charles H. Bebln.'U" t.SO
would employ something like 250 persons. Considering the rec.Page In 59 Deed& Plat Book Book 69. Lot 3 & Lot 4 ex. "'. 240 ... -

size of the property and the equipment in No. 6. Page 32 .. ..... 17 8 23E .10 1000 Bernard P. Parrish.. 400 15.70 ft. of Lot 6 & NH '"fStt .
buildings, etc.. lying N. of Co. Re! 10 5 2E 242 3765 Lame Corp. ........ 400 *."
involved that's not much. Part of SWVi as rec. In All Sec. 11 lying S. of
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Deed Book '
109 Page
Black Creek and W. of -
Would he be unwilling to put this industry in there 155 .. .. .. ...... ..11 8 23E 1005 Ward Price ........ 500 18.58 Bradb-y's Creek ex. pt. --,
even Lot 7. Bayclrcle SID.... 17 8 23B 1039 Ralph E. Danson ... 2000 68.36. S. of fad rd'N& part
if the City gets the base If not. why not? Clay County isis I'art ofV\ as rec. In rec. O.R. 43. ;
O.R. No.7, Page 653.. 18 8 23E 1195 Donald S. Lawrence. 200 7.92 Page 89 11 5 2E, .90, .3768 Lame ofP......,.,... 244. .84.41
still in Florida and this is a point that is frequently Lot 11 as rec. in O.R. No. 23E 1275 WUma C. Todd ..... 2700 93.07 Part of Tracts 4 & 7. Blk. < '
forgotten in Tallahassee-and the State does not need the 42. Page 199, South 25 &: part of Tract 4. 45 5 2-6E. *.- : ': *. *.
Shores SID No.1..... 18 8 Blk. 26 as rec. in Deed 46 ,
relatively small profit which it would realize in the sale of Part of N\V4 as rec. In Book No. 93. Page 195. 39 5 tE 3883 Paran M. H*+**!**,. Mf ....
Deed Book 88. Page 115 20 8 23E 1321 Ha Jean Harris... 800 '28.23 Paa.orTrC Land fO.i .40 t ". Jf.> .
parcels of the base. The City does. Lot 3. Ridgefield Park <. : 7. ;:

S/D 1 .. .. .. .... .... 31 8. 23E 1569; Louise Edwards .... 2000 68.86 Blk. 45 as rec. in Deed 33 .
TiiiS: presumes, of course, that the City can deliver Part of SWVi, as rec.' In "/ Book 82. Page 19. Fla. 40 5 2fE

industry in her. The happy point is that in all this tug-of- &Deed O.R.Book No. 10.54, Page Page 372 521 32 8 23E23E 1652 Robert L. Rozear .. 4000 137.08 Co.Farm.Land 46 45 5 26E 3906 E. E. Gray. ?..-..-..*.-1?' .,.y.3Jj|;.. ..1
war betwen the City and the State boh of them have indicated .Part of SE'4as rec. In Part of NEH as rec. InO.R. : ,
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Deed Book 52. Pages No. 34. Page 162 0,"' ",,-" >t ., a.' "' ,
a greater ability to handle the situation. The winner 325 & 72. Page 367 .... 33 44 1662 Lillian A. Wright... -4000- 137.08 ex.; part rec- 'In O.R. No. ,
Part ef S% of NEVi as ; 47. Page 157 14. 6 2EC 3982 Durham Anise ..... : $sI$44
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have to show the kind of initiative the City hasi
will
rec. in O.R. No. 30. : Part of NE'i as roc inDeed 'J 't .
i displayed in securing the kind of backing it now has in Page 447 .. .... ...... 34 8 23 E' 1714 Joseph W. Hartafield.-100e"3S.n-- #..'-. 'Book No. 44, Page :' y 1. t
:Part of W% of SW 4 asrec. ;, 2>6 14 ,2S1 3984 Bert Hooks ...*.....r -.. s.a4
making its offer. in Deed Book 73. ,:. 'J; ,. :. Part of NEV, In
Page 127 .. .. .... .... 34 8 23E.24E ,. 1737 Lillian A. Wright... SOO", 1S.5I O.R. No. 45. PSg: 349I.. 14 C 2E28E 3990 Thomas HuggOas ... 2109 .....
We now have two new industries. Let's keep it going, :Part of SEVi of SEU as : ; "0'F .h ; < Part of NEB as -
rec. In OR ".. 47. Page O.R. No. 47. p erTi1.1. 14 I 3991 WIIHe James
so that actually, by Christmas we have five solid payrolls'in -,., 648. . ..r: .....,.... 26 4 1969 Jimmy B. McLendon 503.35 .; -. Treuistiaa ........ 2*' 76.14

'Green: Cove. Then we'll be in business. Part of SE K of SE% as ., !. ... .... -. Part of NW'i as rec. In -
1 rec. In Book No.<< J Deed Book No. 91. Page
103. getl 26 C 24B 1971 Avoor Hatcher ..... 50 3.35 ..' 292 .. ..... 14 C liE 4003. Julius. BenftMi ....,... 30 lift
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Lot 18 as rec. in O.R. No. Part of NE of NW% as X
16. Page 294. Lazy >i rec. In Deed Book No.
PUBLISHED EVERY T11UKSDAY Acres Unit No.1..... 11 5 24E 2048 David Waters ....__ 500 18.58 f2. Pare 79. ex. part to '
AHCRESCENT Lot 22. Lazy Acres Unit B. Holland 14 6 2SE 1 4018. Mattle H0a d too JJU
No. 1 11 5 24E 2051 N. R. Majoretals.... 1500 5L'[ .' Part of NE44 as ree. In -, ;.
INC. Part of GOT. Lot 8 as rec. O.R. No. 23. Page 102.. 14 .1 2SEC 421 Rufus HOIlasd ..... H* 4.SI
PRESS. .
la O.R. No. 26. Page 321 11 5 24E 2067 George W. Roberts. 200 7.92 *" -
Part of NE In
4 as rec.
";' Green Cave Sprtnes Florida Lot 5 as rec. In O.R. O.R. No. 13. Page 34*.. 14 2SE 5 4028 Durham Arftee. M4 4.94.
44. Page 208. No.n
Phone 284-3166 Creek Estates SID 5 24E 2132 Norman B.,Morehouse 800 28.73 SE% of SE'4 of NW4 ./ .; .'
of NE% of SWH
Part of Gov. Lot 2 part .
as rec.
as rec. In O.R. No. 32. '. r -
In Deed Book No. 106.
NATIONAL I EDITORIAL Page .29 14 5 24E 2254 James W. Harsey... 1500 52.44. Pare. 171 ex. pt. rec. InO.R.
No. 4%. Page 93.No. .

AtfC i Pa \t.o No.Lot 49,7 Page as rec.281.In. 14 5 24E 2284 Fro Frisbee ........ 200 7.92 47..Page 46. Page 430 .95 No. C 4 26E C 4183 Mission Vtllaite. Iiwfc 3000 1M.16 '
Tlt Part of NEK as rec. InDeed .'
of -
Book 85. Page Stt of NE% of NE%
In O.R.
NWK rec.
394. O.R. No. 12. Page 5000 .. No. as Page 321 6 4 26E 5 4187 North Florida Land
'- U%, 36 Page 543 & 545 22 5 24E 2318 George W. Roberts. 2900 69.86 29.
Co. ...... . ... 6OO 21..'

EDITOR ..........___.____.. Duncan Groner Part NKH of as SWVt rec.of In SWU O.R.No.of Part O.R.of No.Tract 31. A Page as ree.502.In. f 4 26E 4200 H. B. Clark .... .... 8000 In...

GENERAL MANAGER ............._.-.-_......-_...... Eugene Koza 44. Page 194 22 5 24E 2336 George Roberts .... 1500 52.44 Lot 16. BIlL X as rec. In
Part of In ;
NESS as rec. O.R. No. 23. Page 432.Mea4owbrook .
Book 107. Page : Unit Ne.
Offlca. flrd............:...... 22 I 24E J 2344 James Reese ....... 100 5.04 t -4266.. Harry E. WfeHffeU. 4000 117.$'
,. Entered as second Class Matter July 15. 1962. at the Poet Part of NE\i as ree. la i __ Lot 7jBikioas"recl'ln!
.. Florida ucder the Act; of March X. .
Green Cove Sprln Deed Books ,. Page O.R. No. 37. Page 516.
---8ee*.4 Class ** tace paid at Greea Cr Sptiage. Flan -
37 & 103. Paged Bont .. .. .Meadowbrook Unit No.
part rec. lOUt .J 2 +....._.............. 441_ Su aa N. Kohler .... CHI 111.$.
CBSCRimOJI RATES 67. Page & 110. ;);
.. i4 00 Page 126 22 I 24E 2350 Frank Presoa ...... 201 toll Continued On Pare I
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REPORTER ELIZABETH GBOSERa -jl" \ < reeu CoVre( jCete E ;- 1 i







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!\ FOUNDERS CIRCLE COUNTY PTA COUNCIL McCARTHY-TARR
HOLDS ANNUAL MEETINGThe County Rainbow Installation I
HAS LUNCHEON MEETING Miss Nancy Jean McCarthy Green Cove Socials
Clay County PTA Council -
The Founders Circle of the daughter of the late Mr. and
held their annual
Green Cove Springs Garden last Wednesday at the meeting W. E. Servicemen Mrs. Henry F. McCarthy, of Mrs. Herman Reed spent the of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C.
Club held a planning meetingat weekend in Jupiter. Fla., as Williams.
the home of Mrs. W_ M. Cherry Elementary School. Ellison V. Clark., Jr., 20, son Green Cove will become the the guest of her daughter and
Officers for the coming year of Mr. and Mrs. Ellison bride of James Russell Tarr.
V.
Powell last Thursday from 10 family. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mrs. E. M. Lide who has
to 12 o'clock.At were Installed. President is Clark of 4126 Collins Rd., son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Z. Williams Jr. Phillip Reed Williams spent the past two months at

this meeting Mrs. Powell Mrs. Lillian Bums. ; Trice-presi Orange Park. Fla.,, completed Tarr. of Orange Park at a returned to Green Coveto the Oakland left for her home

president, selected her committee dent, Leon "Barley; secretary recruit training recently at the ceremony in the First Methodist spend some time with his in Canton North Carolina last
Mrs. Mildred Peterson; treasurer -
Naval Training Center. Great .
chairman for the next year. grandparents.Mr. Wednesday .
evening.Mr.
Mrs. Gean Spearmanand Lakes, HLCAROLE Church Green Cove at 4
They are: Mrs. Helen Shaw,
historian, Mrs.Laura Cus- o'clock on June 9. The Rev.
historian; Mrs.Mac Carly, hor- and Mrs. Edward Platt
Gene Zimmerman, pastor will G. R. Duncan was takento
ticulture; Mrs. C. R. TVilllson, ter.Each local PTA was asked to TUCKER officiate.A Sr., of Grantville S. C.. arriv- Clay Memorial Hospital Sun-

exchange; Mrs. Harry Black- send a representative to the ENGAGED TO WED ed on Tuesday to spend a few ,day for a few days treatment.Mrs. .
mon, civics; Mrs. Deward Priest C wedding reception will be days with their son and daughterinlaw I
i therapy and Mrs. W. summer institute in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Loren W.Tucker Y held at the VIA Womans Club
W. Ivey, June 11 through 14. ::.C:.v '.. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- C. L. Geiger and her
scrapbook. announce the engagement immediately following the cere- ward Platt, Jr., and family. mother. Mrs. James Stewart

Following the meeting Mrs. of their daughter Carole Eve- < >.Q1.! .. mony. The bridegroom, who is Later in the week Mr. and Mrs. i returned Friday from a weeks

Blackmon, past president, was I WOMAN'S GOLF ASSN. lyn to Harold Eugene Larssonof 'y : : to be graduated next week at Platt Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. I I visit with relatives at various

presented with a floor planter ELECTS 1963-64 OFFICERSThe Jacksonville. r. The Citadel will enter the Air Platt Jr.. left for a weeks stay I places in Georgia and Tennessee. -

and luncheon was enjoyed by Green Cove Springs Miss Tucker was graduated Force shortly after the wed- in St. Petersburg.Mr. They also attended he funeral -
the 12 members from Clay High School in the
present. Woman's Golf Association has
ding.Miss I of one of Mrs. Stewart's
named the following officers class of 1961 and is presently I McCarthy, who is a and Mrs. James Whiteof I brothers.

CARD OF for 1963-64: Vivian Gordia, employed by the Federal Re- '. :",.. graduate of Clay High and Florida Pleasant Point returned last

THANKSWe chairman; Jean Spearman, serve Bank in Jacksonville. Mr..I : ;'''t. State University is a week from Georgia where they I Mrs. Ona L. Rivers who recently -
wish to thank our many secretary and publicity; Yillie Larsson graduated from Andrew I : ; teacher in the Jacksonville spent about a week. I underwent major surgery -
friends for their deds of kind- Jean Kirker. treasurer Nita Jackson High School in, public schools.
; .. .. at Clay Memorial Hospital -
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ness, words of sympathy and 1961 and is "
employed by the
Maguire and Jennie Brooker Ernest Hall is a patient in
wL. 3 and is reported to be com-
the beautiful floral offerings, tournament chairmen; Carla Southside Atlantic National ,.',::,:'w+::..'. .... Clay Memorial Hospital.Mr. ing along nicely.

during the beravement of our Damron. handicap chairman: Bank. ',' .M.,.......,. .". ..'.'.."' ELLIOTTS ENTERTAINEDJOY

loved on,W. M.STARLING.The Dune Wilcox,hospitality; Jerie I The wedding is planned for SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS and Mrs. Deward Priest Mrs. Jerry Farley her chil-

Entire Family KledzIk,rules and membership; I II June 29 at 8 o'clock at the The members of the Joy Sun- and her mother. Mr. L. T. dren, Jimmy and Elaine and
Due to error on the part of Reba Talbot, telephone chair- Hickory Grove Baptist Church.All Pharr attended Homecoming at
I I day School of the First Baptist Miss Connie Chapman attended -

the Crescent this is late. 1Il8.D.DANCIN'G. friends and relatives are ..,..:... v. : :. .. Church an dtheir husbandswere the Morriston Baptist Church, a family gathering in Fargo.

cordially invited. entertained Monday evening Morriston Fla., last Sunday. Ga., on Sunday. Mrs. Parley'sfather
Shown above is Dorothy Ann Blackmon (left) who was
Grover C. Smith of
May 27, by Mr .and Mrs ,
AIRS. M. V. A. DIBBLE installed last Saturday evening as worthy advisor of the Or- Joseph Elliott at their lovely Mr and Mrs. W. A. Williams Jacksonville also went with

n SPEAKS TO WCTU der of Rainbow for Girls, as she receives the gavel of her waterfront home with a delici of Palatka were Sunday guests them.(

EverySATURDAY office from Leslie Rowe (right), installing officer and past ous barbecued chicken supper. --- -

L nl and SUNDAY Mrs. M. V. A. Dibble, president worthy advisor. Following the installation there was a reception Farewell gifts were presented
of the Green Cove WCTU. in the social hall of the Methodist Church. to Mrs.
Lawrence Miller ,and 3
w., ici
Round and Square told members of the group last Mrs. Geralad
Pugh will
as they
Dancing on Saturday Night Friday that while the Commonwealth GCS Prom soon be leaving community.. This Week's
of Massachusettswas Junior High
L&T GRill Those attending were: Rev.
collecting $13% million in \
and Mrs. A. E. Madaris Mr.
: 'c Music By liquor taxes it was seen dingr and Mrs. Lawrence Miller Mr. ,
$4 million more than that \ BONUSBUYS
JIMMY COX'S BAND and Mrs. E. E. Noble, Mr. and
the care of persons hospitalized iI 1:
9JS Miles South on Hwy 17 Green Cove Springs, Fla.We by mental diseases causedby Mrs. Oharfes Snellgrove, Mr. .:.,:;;
and Mrs. Frank Jones, Mrs.
alcoholism another $6 mil
Gerald Pugih, Mrs. Lucille Foy,
lion to take care of the Increasein
!. Mrs. Julia Owens, Mrs. Eula
crime and $51 million for re-
lief. Geiger and Mr. Eddie Cagle

-'' from Rock Hill, S. C.
"Every time you step In your .
Sell 1 car," she told her listeners,

.meeting in the First Baptist CHURCH NOTICE

We Service Y olkswagens Church, "you pay more for :. Y )P I Plus Valuable Plaid |
your insurance policy because : CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Stamps

I there are people who drink and ; SOCIETY

wreck cars on the highway:. ...... .......... ..... ? Cor. E. Houston St. A
She labeled the dictum that ". ::::
:' N. Magnolia
SPRING MOTORSGreen Ave
you cannot legislate people'smorals ..
"another one of those GREEN COVE SPRINGS SUPER RIGHT COOKED WHOLE OR SHANK IIALF

Cove Sprints Phone 284-9209 half truths by which we try to FLORIDA

live.' She cited a New York City Services held Sundayat

ordnance under which persons 11 a.m.Subject .
HAMS
may not purchase watches with A
radium-painted dials. a :

Buy Now and Save $$$ I "Here" she said, "is a direct: ..:'\:. ,.: ANCIENT AND MODERN
invasion of privacy. Yet it is Necromancy Alias Mesmerism
.... w... ... ..'j"
done. Why Because we havea and Hypnotism Denounced
right to protect The Junior High School held its annual prom last Friday
our people
17 ACRE RANCH against themselves." evening in the High School auditorium which was beautifully Jane 2 39c "

decorated by a group of mothers who also served as chape- A cordial invitation is extended **

rones. Pictured above during the grand march are left to right: '0 attend our services.PENTECOSTAL .

FENCED WITH 3 BR 2 BATHS $13,500 WILLIAM COCHRANDIES Joan Crawford, John Groner Melba Bryan, president of the

IN ALASKA student council, who with her escort Scott Smith led the
23 ACRES WITH TWO HOUSES $16,500East march, which was one ot the highlights of the evening.
Word has been received of
HOLINESS
the death of William V. Coh-
Spruce St. 3 BR $6300.00 ran, Bail (ret,) Naval Reserve. LITTLE LEAGUE STANDINGS I CARD OF THANKS\ I CHURCH MARVEL ALL

32 N. Highland 3 BR 7500.00 Mr. Cochran died suddenly in won lost The family of Ed Morris ac Vermont Ave. FLAVORS
Green Cove
Elsie Street 3 BR 9000.00 Kodiak, Alaska last Tuesday ofa knowledges with grateful appreciation Springs

713 Myrtle Ave. 3 BR 11,250.00 serious heart ailment. He was Coca Cola 7 1 your kind expression
the brother of Mr. G. D. Daugh- Chaney"s Cafe 6 3 of sympathy. You have a ICE CREAMf
I Special
try of Green Cove and was Cities Service 4 I Invitation
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CALL OUR GREEN COVE REPRESENTATIVEMR. to attend
stationed in Green Cove at the Revels 5 3
GOODWIN 284-3106 Naval Base SUMMER SCHOOLI Church and Sunday School
at
one time.
Standard on 1 6
will take private pupils
J. P. Hall 0 9 this summer for Individual Sunday School 9:45 e.m. .49c
FLORIDA LIMITED & REALTY CORP Preaching 11:00 t
a.m.
i COMPLETESEPTIC LAST WEEKS RESULTS instruction to prepare themto -f .
be better students in the Sunday Nite Sere 7:00 p.m.
Phone CO 4-4621 I TANK I TOP TEN BATI'ERSwn next grade. Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m.

1105 US Hwy. 17 Orange Park. Fla. CUster .519 Contact Pastor. Rer. J. CHaynor
James Corbio .500 Phone-EV 9-5830 JANE PARKER-'
SERVICECleanouts Mrss. Vera Franklin
James Padgett .400
Jerry Coon .399 (Experienced teacher recent -

Eddie Knowles .375 degree in elementary APPLE PIE 39

FENCING BY HERCULES Repairs Mike Vernon Knight Willls .374.352 education). atBENNETT CLAY Phone THEATRE 284-6711 SD.8IZE

0 InstallationsORANGE Jock Bush .333 SCHOOLor
Mon thro Fri. one show only
PARK Bob Martin .307 Can 284-3684 Boi office o'ens 7-1!; n.m.

FREESET 264-6171 I Brian Wright .303 Feature Begins 7:45 p. ",

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Sai.-Sn.. 2 p.m. continuous GOLDEN YELLOW
OF CLOTHESLINE
POLES 284-3860 Phone %"-11
with purchase of 250 ft. or more of CHAIN LINKor Hear programs of

REDWOOD Fence.SPECIAL or 'FINE Wed. Than. A Fri.
284-5611
May 29, 3031BARABBAS CORNEARS

If No Answer RECORDED

Call JacksonvilleSP e.-
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5.3548yrcrarsl SACRED Anthony QuInn


4 FT. HIGH CHAIN LINK-60c PER FT. INSTALLED MUSIC Sat. Jane 1
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(Gates and Terminals extra.) ; WHERE THE BOYS ARE 38cI
1 DAILY Dolores Hart I mJ

FREE ESTIMATES DO "T KNOCK THE TWIST

BONDED LICENSE INSUREDSt. ON t" Chubby Checker

Free EstimatesAMASON'S -

Augustine Phone VA 4-2182 Sun. MOIL. Toes. & Wed.

Jane 2, 3, 4. 5
Jacksonville Phone FL 9-2422 WA YR-- 550 I DR. NO I I Prices In this ad are effective through Saturday, Juno

WRITE: au Granada SL, St. Augustine Fla Complete Service Septic Tank Scan ,Connery I 1st. 115 N. Orange Ave.. Green Cove Springs, I1a.F .


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PAID ADV. CARD OF THANKSWe GIRL MARINERS HOLD I LITTLE LEAGUE GAMES AT 5 O'CLOCK .
Oranqe Park SocialsMr.
AWARDS COURT
wish to thank our friends All games from now on will Friday, May 31, Clay Oifl: vslCotney's. )
and neighbors who were so Girl Scout Mariner Ship No. -
THE CROSS FLORIDA CANAL NAVIGATION DISTRICT begin at 5 o'clock in the after- .
kind during our recent misfor- 154 (held their court of awards and Mrs. Donald Koughof Miss Edna Moore, daughterof
Jacksonville, Florida last in the Circle noon, at the Orange Park Elementary Saturday, June 1 J. P. Hall
tune of the loss of our home Wednesday evening Orange are the parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore,

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS by fire. sout room of the Orange Park of a baby boy, David has gone to Annapolis for the School field. An exception vs. Cotney's (play-off)

Mr. and Mrs. WoodrowW. Lions. club.Skipper Scott, born on May 20 at the June Week festivities at the is this Saturday's playoff Monday, June 3-Clay Oil
For Fiscal Year Ended Sept. 30, 1962
Lynn and family June Nelson welcomed Naval Hospital, Jacksonville.The U. S. Naval Academy. She then game which is schedled for vs. Coca-Cola.

Cash in Banks at October 1, 1961 $ 15,914.68 as their guest the neighbor- baby, who weighed 6 lb. plans to. visit a Florida State 4 o'clock. Tuesday, June 4Cotney'svs

RECEIPTS AND RESERVES L.KG4I NOTICE hood chairman Nancy Martin 8 oz. has two big sisters at University classmate in Ft. J. P. Hall.Thursday .

ReceiptsTax who presented Sandi Nelson the home. Belvoir, Va., for a few weeks. Thursday, May 30--Coca-Cola June 6P.. Hall
curved bar which is the
Collections 81349.70 LEGAL NOTICEAs highest I vs. J. P. Hall. vse. Clay OIL
award in Girl Scouting.The Mrs. A. R. Wooldridge of Mrs. George Center, accom-
Reserves of this date. May 8, 1963, '
five-point pin were received West Holly Point Rd. is a patient panied by her daughter Elaine,
Retirement Funds Withheld 97.20
I will not be responsible for any
by Sandi Nelson, Debbie in the Naval Hospital. At is spending a few days visitingher
debts made by other '
Total Receipts and Reserves for Year 81446.90 than myself. anyone Kock and Marilyn Townes. present she is doing well, but mother, Mrs. W. Hill Hosch, CLAUDE'S COBBLER SHOP

Adi the girls in the troop re- is not allowed to have visitors. in ecatur, Georgia.BLOODIOBILE .
Total and Reserves 97361.58 Ottis C. Chesser
Receipts
ceived their
Mariner's
pins. Shoe
DISBURSEMENTS May 9, 16, 23, & 30, 1963 Expert Repairing
Tehy were, Debbie Koch, Mari-
METHODIST PICNIC NOT COMINGTO
While You Wait Service
Administrative Expense lyn Townes, Sandi Nelson, Car- I
SET FOR SUNDAYThe
850.00 LEGAL NOTICE ORANGE PARK
Salaries olyn Geiger, Pat Hansen Lora Dying All Leather & Fabric Shoes
Administrative Expense Under Contract 25.199.00 Lee Hutton and Sherrie Cleven- annual Orange Park The visit to Orange Park of
CIRCUIT COURT OF
Directors' Per Diem Salary .. 276.00Directors' IN CLAY THE COUNTY FLORIDAIn Methodist Church Picnic is to the bloodmobile, which was CLAUDE R. JONES
Travel Expense 166.00 ger.Marilyn scheduled. for this afternoon
"0' 238.20 CHANCERYNO. Tonwe received a be this Sunday at 1 o'clock in 1712 Highway 17 Orange Park
Surety Bonds Hospital Aide Bar since she has been cancelled due to lack
Notices e.-: 209.66 3641 the afternoon at Keystone
of Legal
Publication
of public .
.. had given over 200 hours with response
REBECCA ANN ALTMAN,
Total Administrative Expense '!. 26938.86 Plaintiffvs. the "Jango's" at the Naval Camp, formerly Camup Semin- The Orange Park Lions had

Legal Expense -! .-. Hospital. ole, on octors Lake Drie. Fam- hoped to replenish the Orange .

Retainer for Attorney 1620.00 THOMAS JEFFERSON ALT- After the court of awardswas ilies are to bring their own Parak community blood account,
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Travel : a. 42.50 MAN, adjorned the girls and their I: food, and .the ladies of the which may be drawn upon by COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire
mothers enjoyed refreshments any resident of the Orange
Defendant I WJS.CJS. will provide eating
Total Legal Expense "Is 1. 1.662.50Other served by mate Grace Hutton. Park area by simply contact-
Expense : : NOTICE OF SUIT I II utensils and beverages. There
I ing a Lion. However, the blood-
Commissions Paid: ''fir THE STATE OF FLORIDATO will be swimming, water skiing
WOMAN'S CLUB TO mobile comes only when at Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size
*! Thomas Jefferson Altman
Asssessors 1,800.74Collectors : INSTALL OFFICERSNew and a special baseball game. least 50 persons signed up in
J" 1852.17 Residence: Unknown
advance to donate a pint of
Retirement Fund Remittances 97.20 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- officers of the Women's Last Saturday members of Dist Miller Tires-Antolife BatteriesCor.
blood, and this goal was not
FIED that a suit has been filed Club o fOrangt Park will take the church choir and their families -

Total Other Expenses ir 3750.11 against you in the above entil- office at an installation luncheon enjoyed a picnic at the reached in time.It .

Total Disbursements 32351.47 ed cause and you are hereby this Saturday at 12 o'clockin is hoped that enough people Park and King Jacksonville Fl*.
Walter Odums' homein
summer
will sign for the Lionsto
up
the clubhouse.
required to serve upon plaintiffs -
Balance on Hand September 30, 1962 $ 65010.11 attorney whose name and Chairman Bobbie Rock and Keystone Heights. The Ralph arranage a future date for EV 9-3027 or EV 4-6401
Bagwell family house of the bloodmobile visit here
co-chairman Ellie guests to ,
BALANCE SHEET address appear hereon, your Boyett prom
the Od'ums' aiaso enjoyed the for the conenience of those
atSeptember ,. written defenses, if any, to the ise a tantalizing menu. Reser-
30, 1962RESOURCES ;- bill of complaint in said suit,i vations ma Ybe made by call- fun of swimming, skiiing, anda will to donate blood. Thetre-
,.. delicious meal. fore, everyone is still urged to
ITEMS copy ofwhich is delivered to' ing CO 4-6208. Every (memberis
June 9 will be the last sign up for a donation. .:
Sun-
H *.-.;: l you herewith, on or before July urged to attend. .'! AND IN
71'I wp 1, A. D. 1963. The Women's Club reminds day here for the Rev. Don Last Saturday's voter regis-

Current : n': s--_ Herein fail not or decree pro everyone that their TShrift Nichols, pastor o. fthe Orange tration. drive, put on by the
Cash in Banks -I'P-
'. confesso will be entered againstyou Shop is open every Thursdays( Park Methodist Church. The Lions, was termed very success ORANGE PARK
Drawing Accounts $ 15010.11
#: for the relief prayed in the from 10 o'clock in the morningto Nihofe family is moving to At- ful. A total of 69 new votersin
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Savings Accounts ': f 50,000.00Total
C bill of complaint.THE 1 in the afternoon. Thereare lanta, where Mr. Nichols will the city and county were 10O5 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264.6431
Current n .';--:"'- $ 65010.11 NATURE OF SAID always Jots of bargains.' serve as a chaplain at Emory registered, and several people

Fixed :: I SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE. University and do church ad- came to check up to make sure

Office Furniture & Equipment -.. -" 1318.36 WITNESS my hand and the ministrative work. that they were registered.

seal of said Court at Geen Cove :
TOTAL ? tg I $ 66.328.47
Springs, Florida, this 29th day DOGRACING

of May A. D. 1963.GEORGE .
LIABILITIES INVESTMENTS, AND SURPLUS L. CARLISLE

Investments and Surplus Clerk Circuit Court i
Investment in Fixed Assets 1,318.36 By Grace M. Carlisle

Reserve for Special Bond Election t."!' 57885.00 Deputy Clerk (Nightly except Sunday FREE

Unappropriated Surplus 7,125.11 SAM B. WILSON
a Attorney for Plaintiff Thru June 1) FREE

TOTAL --..-' . -- # $ 66,328.47 Address: PLAY ICE

217 Guaranty Life Building
This statement has been prepared in accordance with provi- Jacksonville, Florida the fabulous BIG "Q" COKES

sions of Chapter 17023 Laws of Florida. 1935 and as amended May 30, June 6, 13, & 20-c
In 1961. Details of accounts with all supporting vouchers are CREAM

on file with the Treasurer. FOR SALE: New one owner, 2 a

bedroom house 2 miles south. POST

Respectfully submitted v. Highway 16. Phone-day) 284- TIIEl.t

*>'> R. G. Williams 3163 or. (day or night) 284-

Treasurer 9768. 5-30 6-6 c

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Daily Double1st
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QXLYu THE i andBEST & 2nd Races STALK lOc Bananas LB. 5c

+ Quinielas Every Race
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YOUR FREE PARKING
Bills

NEEDS ORANGE PARK i
Fresh Tender JuicyCorn Cello -
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It All From South of Naval Air Station

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c:, ] tostone' tieiahts BetesCo REPORTER: KAY STONE


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OES INITIATES JR. SR. FROM TO BE HELD! SENIORS RETURN DAUGHTERS OF THE LAKES GARDEN CLUB K. H. LIONS CLUB

NEW OFFICERS Saturday evening-and ad I FROM ATLANTAThe NILE TO OCALA Keystone Social NotesMrs. 1 HAS FINAL MEETING HOLDS MEETING

infiniUm-will be the Junior The Garden Club of the Keystone Heights Lions Club
Keystone chapter order of senior class of Keystone Keystone Heights Membersof

Eastern Star 279 held an initiation Senior Prom for Keystone High High and their chaperones arrived the Daughters of the Nile Robert Dodd and Mrs. congratulate our Elementary Lakes met for the last time held their regular monthly bus-
School Juniors and Seniors. The home from their class George Blue are patients at School Faculty at K. H. S.. iness meeting at the Clay Elec-
this season on May 23. at the
ceremony on May 21. at :Juniors have worked very (hard attended the festivities for the Room.
trip on Saturday afternoon.The the University of Florida whose instructional program trict Conference Eye
which time worthy matron on their plans for the decorations class went to Atlanta by ladles at the Morocco Temple Health Center in Gainesville. produced such good students. home of Mrs. S. P. Sashoff, Bank Chairman George Scheaf-

Phyllis Hussey and officers I of the Masonic Hall, the car and made their headquarters Shrine cermonies in Ocala last because of the time lapse. on Swan Lake. There were 13 fer reported for more EyeWillsfrom

conferred the degrees of the I scene of the Prom. The Junior at the Alamo Plaza Motel Friday and Saturday May 24. friends who would like to mail members present and three Mrs. Margaret T. Wolff,
Senior Banquet will be !held at there. They visited Grant Park and 25. The Ocala Shriners them cards or messages of Speaking of good elemen- guests: Mrs. :Mack Carlley and Mr. Robert Wolff Mrs. Edit.,
A order on Mrs. Ruby Reed and St. William's Recreation Hill, and saw the Cyclorama. the had arranged special activitiesfor cheer are asked to send themto tary teachers at K.H.S. we always Mrs. Jenie Carswell of Green Fennety, and Ralph D. Sam
Mrs. Geraldine Jackson. FollOwing think of Miss Emma Kate
preceding the Prom. museum and the zoo; they the ladies. their homes. Cove and Mrs. Davenport of

the regular meeting of visited Stone Mountain Park The ladies who accompanied Mansfield. While Emma Kateis Hawthorne.Mrs. pIe.The Lions are in need of a
now the School Librarian
the chapter and initiation JO WILDT HONORED and rode the Sky Lift and took .their husbands to Ocala were Mrs. Edith Thornquist who Richard Vogh. club building to call home-namely,
she did her turn back there in
members and guests retired to Jo Wildt daughter of Mr. the railroad ride around the I Vesta Aiken. Ruth Mitchell. has been seriously ill at Alachua 3rd 4th and fifth grades when president reviewed the club's: a Den. Does anyone know of a

the banquet hall for refresh- and Mrs. Joseph Wildt was the mountain. One day they went Ruth Pangborn Phyllis Hus- General Hospital in Gainesville there were two or three grades accomplishments of the past suitable building?

ments and a social hour pro- guest of honor at a surprise shopping and one evening they sey Dell Hayner. Ronnie Har- is expected home this in a room. (now we have two year. Committee chairmen reported The next meeting wiM be a
birthday beach party given for took in an amusement park. denbergh Helen Kennedy. Mit- week. The prayers and good sections of some gradesandonly on year's owrk; there dinner meeting at thea.sonic

vided by Miss Barbara South- her by Frank Nooney. Jr.. at They also ate in some classy tie Haynes. Juanita Belote. wishes of all their friends has one to a room) We can I I was a report on a district con- Hall on Monday, une 10, at
well. Mrs. Elva Scott and Mrs. the Nooney Home on Lake restaurants and as may be expected Gloria Murrhee. Sara Griffin been> an inspiration to Mrs. never forget what we did for ference; and an installation of 6:45 o'clock. This wilt be the

Ruby Wiggins.On Brooklyn. Swimming dancing got very little sleep. and Lynnie Schroeder. Thornquist and her sister. our two children in those days. officers as follows: Mrs. Rich- last "Ladies' Night" of the fis

June 4. at 8 o'clock pjn.. and refreshments were enjoyed Class members on the trip Others who attended were Ruth Ohlsson. And so we are happy to note ard Vogh. president; Mrs. Dan- cal year, and there will be installation -

past grand worthy matron by the guests. Jo was the included Dianne Brokas Bar- Wally and Milly Muhlhofer. that the 1963 INDIAN (annual iel Pater, vice president; Mrs. of new club officers.
Vema Brice and past grand recipient of lovely gifts. bara Drake. Marguerita Float Sam Gardner vice
some Bert and Gena Christoffers Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Holt ) has been dedicated "with president;
worthy patron Vincent Brice! Guests included Lorraine Day Mary Ann Schaeffer. Nancy Jennings and Georgia Mur- spent the past week of May deepest sincerety to a woman Mrs. Bee Cooper secretary;
of Gainesville chapter and and David Schaeffer Bob Sutton Billy Games Bill and Mrs. Lena Clemens trea-
rhee Les and Frances Stephenson 0-25 at Montreat N. C., visiting who has devoted unselfishlyher MurrheeInsurance
state of Florida will be honored Jackson and Linda Norris, and Parde. and Ivan Starke. Cha- and Roy and Ruby Tyre. relatives and friends and time and efforts to the surer. Mrs. Mack Carlley of

guests. Chan-main of hostesses Harold Snellon and Rennie perones were teacher Mrs. Laura Also the husbands of the above getting their summer home growth and improvement of Green Cove was the installing Agency

for June is Mrs. Vesta Johnson. Also the various Maye. and parent GeorgeM. mentioned Daughters of the ready for vacation days to our school. In bumble recogni- officer. BHH

Aiken. brothers and sisters of the host. Schmeffer. Nile namely Buster Aiken. C. their children and grandchildren. tion of a job well done we Each member brought a CARRY

E. Mitchell. Don Pangborn. Ed thank you. Miss Emma Kate plant and an arrangement of ADEQUATE

Hussey. Earl Hayner. Wat Har- Mansfield!I" flowers. Top honors for the J SUEANOl

denbergh. S. E. Kennedy, M. We are grateful to our friend most attraotives ones went to
ER J. Haynes Bill Belote. Jennings II and neighbor. Margaret Muir Mrs. Clemens and Mrs. Cooper. -
su 5 One of the K. H. S. Senior
FREEZERS .... New & Used Q Murrhee Hugh Griffin and F. I I .
who lent her
typewriter
us on Girls, Marguerita Float, has See: RICHARD MURRHEE
ON W. Schroeder. Monday, when ours was being Following the business hos- Agent
first in
won prize an essay con-
2 Piece hard to get along with. tesses Mrs. A A. Chapman and Phone 473-4788
test sponsored by the Florida
LIVING ROOM Mrs. Sam Gardner served re-
SUIT $45.00 Florida
KEYSTONE BIBLE SCHOOLThe Historical Society. For her essay -I Keystone Heights

I We are always happy to see on the History of Melrose freshments. __un _
: First Baptist Church will
REFRIGERATORS $39.95 up William and Georgia O'Con- she has won a $50.00 She has
-_ conduct a Bible School starting -
nor when they make their reg- also been awarded the Scholar-
on Friday, June 14. from
' %1" to 48"VENETIAN ular visits to Mr. and Mrs. ship given by the Clay CountyTeachers'
2 until 4 o'clock which will
FLORIDA GRADE NAnI
N. W. Hardenbergh, on their Association. Mar-
I BLINDS $1.00 be preparation day. The Bible
USED 29,95 way north or south.The O'Con guerita. who entered K. H. S.
School will run through the
1 nors visited the Hardenbergh'slast during her sophomore year, has I
week of June 17-21, from 8:30
: 29,95 UP NEW 139.95 till 11:30 am. weekend en route from been a cheer leader for two FRYERSLB.
their winter home in West years, played basketball one
Officers will be Mrs. Anna-
Palm Beach to their
summer
year, been In 4-H club, belonged -
belle Anthony principal; Mrs. home in Norfolk. Conn. to the Beta Club for three ..

I NEW AND USED FURNITURE intendent Billy Stanley; Mrs., nursery Robert Ennis.super- years being president in her
We congrateulate four girlsof Senior Year. She has been on
Y beginners' superintendent: Mrs. 25c
the 9th grade at K. H. S. the Annual Staff in the Junior
Floyd Gilrie. primary superin-
who scored in the upper 12% Class Play been Secretary of .
tendent; Mrs. J. R. Smith junior -
A>the State of Florida in their her .class been in Student
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:- superintendent? Mrs. "Lois -
ABC-TV" Achievement Tests. They were Council and has been Home- .
LIMIT 3 PLEASE
Williams intermediate super- ..
Renee Belote Carol Warren coming Queen Atendant. She
intendent; Mr. Ralph Copeland -
Norma Valldejuli. and Janie has been voted the best look-
ADMIRAL-WESTINGHOUSE TV & APPLIANCE music director; Mrs. Mike
McMurtry. Governor Farris ing of her class as well as
Funderburke. secretary; and FOOD KING
"1 1500 Idlewild Phone 284-6381 Green Cove Springs FLu Mrs. A. G. Loudon. refreshments Bryant will personally congra- the most intellectual. Good
:I tulate them. We should also work Marguerita!
chairman.M .

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going places, doing things with a flourish? got out. Lift up to 425 hp and we need McKENZIE FROZEN
T Certainly you do,or you wouldn't be lingering L /R0aL T only mention our popular 340-bp Turbo- Ra A.
over that Chevrolet Impala Super Sport Fire 409 in passing (which, incidentally, is T -Collards
Convertible, quite a flourish in itself. where this one excels) to give you an idea. urnipsMustard

E 1 The Impala Super Sport's summery spirit IBADMTRAVIL And think how much more fun your holiday -
I extends from fresh styling outside to sumptuous would be in a Chevrolet as new as the
J comfort inside. On the go, all Chevrolets TIME season!Your timing couldn't be better:your Yes but remember, even your neighbor may have 9c

offer a wide choice of pptional-at- ""ftChevrolet dealer is celebrating Trade 'N financed it through Keystone State Bank with our easy
a extra-cost engines and transmissions that WWURCHEHMHEIDEAIIRS t Travel Time right now. eocl.anCIMCIJ
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Taxes dp Part of Let 2, Blk. 16. Lot 1 as rec. In O.R. >Jo. '" t. '
Desert t l.v S. T. R. A. Fell Na..e AM Valve C..tLot Smith Plat or Lot 15. .- .. 36, Page 268, SID of -

Bike 16. Shands Plat as .' ..: part of Lot 17, Sec. 8. '.'"''
11, Blk. 10 as rec. in rec. in O.R. No. 34. ;. ,<. ?'. ,L .....if}- ,4- 4t. { S ..- O.P. .......... .. .... ; l'. 9275 Southern States Const.
OR No. 45, Page340, Page 249. North Suburbs ': zit; '1 .. }\ : & Supply Co. ..... 1240 42.22
Meadowbrook Unit No. Green Cove :; ;: 1 -: '. .- Lot 5 as rec. in O.R. No. : ..

2 4420 Francis E. Laycock. 4200 144.35 Springs . .?.. .u ;. _! ifi .., .;7551; 'Mamie-Locket "...... 100 37.51Lot 38. Page 225, SID of ... l V
Lot 8, Blk.1. Bellair'UnitNo. 1. Blk 19 ex. part to part of Lot 17. Sec. 8. .
1 .. 4467 Comet Homes lac. 3900 133.20 State Rd. N. S. GreenE O.P. . ... .. .. .-' 9279 Charles Jones .. .;.A..12t. 4LTI
Bllc. BellalrUnit Lot 8,O.P. .. .. .4 10 W 9295 Mrs. J. L. 3epne5sV .-
Lot 10, 1. Cove Springs ... .. 7569 Emllyn Arrants ... 2680 92.39 19. Sec. -
No.1... .. . .. 4467EComet Homes. Inc.. 3900 133.20 % of Lot 1. Blk. 20 N.s. Heirs26E .. ........ ..V ,.4 500 152.50
Lot 11. Blk. 1. Bellair Green Cove Springs "7374 W. R. Hall .... ... SOO 28.23: Lots 1. 2 & 6 thru 13 as .. -
Unit No.1.. .... .... 4467F Comet Homes. Inc. 3900 133.20 Lot 5. BIke 20 ex. part to rec. in O.R. No. 7. Page.

' Lota 29 & 30 BIke 5, Bel- lair Unit No.1.. .... 4528 Bellview Builders. Cove Springs .. ....... 7586 Wilbur Lawson .. 1200 42-28 Sec. 8. O.P. .......... ". 9305 Orange Park Land.
Inc. ...... .... .... 8000 272.51 Part of Lot 4. Bike 21 as Co. ..... ....... 1000 36.51
Part of Lot 22 as rec. in -
N. 330 ft. of NW'4 of .- rec. in O.R. No. 13, O.R. No.1. Page 407. 50vO HX

NECK of SW% as rec. Page 533 N.S. Green 8. .. 1n13: : C. E. Countryman... 21o.76 .
in O.R No. 1, Page 336 V Cove Springs .. .. { 7590 Harold Francis ..... 200 8.92 Pas-o f\i. s.n. inO.R ,

ex. part of SW 4 aa .. Lot 5 ex. S. 45 ft. Blk. 22 -t "' )\ No. 27. Page 92. .. .
rec. in O.R. No. 41. .. -i,: .i '_' *. & S. 20 ft. of Lot 7. ; J I I V o.p. ...... ... ..... .... it 4 9333 Robert W. Cunningham
Page 99 .. .. ...... .. 7 4 26E 4555 North Florida Land Blk. 22. N.S. Green Cove 1500 ............. 200 2.92 ,
Co. 40... ...... .... 500 20.08 Springs ............... 7618 Ellen Austins Heirs T500 19.08 Lots 1. 2, 3. 6. 7 & 8. Blk.
Lots 11 & 12 & N. 60 ft. 27 S. :S ft. ofI Lot 5. Blk. 22 '-1 ,,' I 2, Sec. 10 as tea In O.R.
of Lot 31, Blk. 3. 28 Deed Book No. t, Page 13 ex. part .
Orange Park 33 105. Page 50. N.S. Green. 'f"J.. "' tea in O.R. No. 45.
Acres .. ... .... ... 34 4 26E. 4599 Richard C. :McGee 1000 36,01 Cove Springs . .. 7619 Margaret Dobeon .. 150 7.22 Page 412 & 51, Page ;,.
Lot 18 as rec. in O.R. No.. Lotl&E. 25 ft. of S. .:0, ? %10. Ridgewood Div. 500, HX
47. Page 360 & No. 48. 100 ft. of Lot 2, Blk. 23. } : Sec. 9 & 10. O.P. ...n. ; '14 9369 H. R. Clark' .. :..e.; lVOO 37.51
Page 408. Robinette N.S. Green Cove Springs V 7626 Annis Barfield ..... 800 28.73 Part of Lot 11 as red in :..,7 .
S/D .. ...... ........ 42 4 26E 4684 Daw. kins Building & A lot 35x130 ft. in Lot 2. ,'. OR. No. 34, Page 51.
Supply So. ...... 6900 205.79 Blk. 26 as tea in Deed Ridgewood Div. Sec. '

Lot IS, Creighton Forest 43 Book 6. Page 506. N.S. >. 16. O.P. . .? 9423 Barbara Green .. ... 12OO 42.72
S/D .... .. ... . .. 44 4 26E 4754 Howard H. Barwick 2000 68.86 Green Cove Springs .. _. 7664 H. B. Jordon. Lot 10. Blk eo.%. Ridgewood u. J .
Lot 9 as rec. in O.R. No. 28 9 A. Stevens & Div. Sec. 19. O.P. .. VV 9455 Blount V. MeRae ... 150 C.22
20, Page 63, Westover 44SID A. L. Robinson ... 1500 53.94 Part of Lots 11 & 12, Blk.
.. ... .. . 45 4 26E 4848 Perry W. Rockwood 3500 120.16 0 ft. 1. Millers ... 2 as rec. in O.R 54.
N.S Lot
Lot 15 as rec. in O.R. No. 28 f %1. .' ; Page 31%. Ridgewood _

11, Page %70. Westover 44 N.8 G. C. S P ringsk. 7679 Ulysses G. Johnson 250 10.12 Div. Sec. 19. O.P. ..... V V JUT Neil V. Caahner... 300 12.31
SID .. . . .. . 45 4 26E:: 4854 E. A. Turner ........ 7690 262.01 p'iS'o: Lot 2. Blk. 27 as Lot 17. Elk 2. Ridgewood ".. _',1:,' !nJ' '7 r' :'

Part of Lot 4 as rec. in rec. in Deed Book 98, Div.. Sec. 19. O.P. .. .. 9461' Harvey U Vlekers. 160 6.22Lot
Deed Book No. .
104.
Page 148 N.S. Green .
Page 261 .... .. ..... 4 5 26E 1 4911 Albert Segal.... .. 50 3.35 Cove Springs .. .. ... i. 7682 Win. K. Zanders Sr. 1200 42.78 Div.11.. Sec.BIke 19.3, Ridgewood O.P. . 9475 James H.- Holder ... 150 '.22
Part of E% of NEU as 'C -
Lot
E. 80 ft. of Blk. 1 of; Lots 17 I18. Blk. 4
; as
rec. in O.R. No. 31, 1. BIke 28 as rec. in "
Page 108 .. .. .... 6 5 26E 4939 Albert J. Boyles... 1200 42.28 Deed Book No. 9. Pages < : 536 rec. &In O.R. 31, Pages
538 Ridgewood
Part in O.R.of'Gov.No.Lot 20. Page 5 as rec.583 28 5 26E 5030 Donald A. Fullerton 300 11.31 30 &. Muldrow 593 ex. part& to Lodge Allen t Div. Sec. 19, O.P. ..n. ......... 9494 :;Oscar R. Blount... 2000. 69.8C
Lot Blk. 4 in
19. as tea
Part of Lots 4. & Tra- .
5.
Lot S.G. Berrian S/D .- O.R. U, Page 510.
vers Grant as rec. in Plat in Book 1, Page '

O.R. No. 43. Page 322. 39 5 26E 7 5292 Hubert Sharpless... 3000 103.%% 28Lot .. .... . .. ... .. .. .: 7699 Hattie;Mitchell.; :: Ridgewood 19, O.P. Div. Sec. 9495 R. G. Theroux .... 150 7.22

Part of Lot 1 as rec. in .,. Heirs .. ..... ..... 400 18.%* Lot 24. Blk.4.. RidgewoodDiv

O.R. No. 43. Page' 495 of 2. Elk 2 of Lot 1. V Sec. 19. O.P. .. ... 9499 James :M. Fairbanks 150 C.22

the Stafford Clarke Bike 28, S.G. Berrian.', I Part of Lots 13 & 14. BIke

1 Grant SID of .Lot.10...Travers. .. .. 39 5 26E 5314 Domestic Service:Finance Inc. .. 300 13.31 28 S/D...Plat. ..Book. .. .1....Page. .7701'.Stevea-'Jones_ .*....... .. '200 8.92 I 5 Sec., Ridgewood 19, O.P. ..Div. ... _... 9503 James L. Mathls.. 209 8.42.

Part of Lot 10. Travers A Lot 45 & 80 ft- in Blk., V Part of Lots 13 & 14,Blk. '
5 of Lot 2 BIke 28 as '.
,
Grant, as rec. in Deed 7 aa rec. in O.R. No. 19. ,
Book No. 26, Page 392 39 5 26E 6 5344 Harley Mitchell. rec. in Deed Book 45, Page 553, Ridgewood
Heirs .. .. .... .. 150 7.22 Page 349. S.G. Berrian '." Div. Sec. 19. O.P. . i 9526 James E. Kirkland.. 26O 10.62
S/D. Plat Book 1. Page E% of Lots 18 & 19. BIke
Lots 3 & 4. Blk. 10(J as rec.
%8 7731 Benjamin Taylor ... 200 9.92 VV V
10 as tea in O.R. No.
in O.R. No. 6. Page 32. Part of'LoVsrBlkl'fs'aaRec.
41. Page 293. Ridge- '
Island Estates ,
S/D Fleming. .. .. .... ... 5477 'James T. Summerall 300 12.31 Page. in 191.Deed N.S.Book Green 47. wood Div. Sec. 20. O.P. ". ', 9555 Argus Corp. ........ 2000 6986

Lots 25 & 26, Blk. 10 as I Cove Springs .. ... 7736 Henry Bennett .. 1000 36.01 Lots 1. 4, 5. 20, 21 & 22. .
O.R No. 16, \ BIke 12, Ridgewood -:
I
Blk. 28
Part Lot
of
r.ege."l l.. Fleming Leland J in Deed 3. Book as Div. Sec. 20. O.P.Part . 9576 H. R. Clarke ....... 800 28.73

Estates S/D ..-*... 5487 Ruth Wilson ... .... 300 12.31 rec.Page 421. N.S. Green 58. 5 of Lots 6, 7. 8. 9. 10. +..; .,. .-_.___, .. '. i'o-V' "':, ." ,,' .

Lots 6-&' 7, Jilk 12>a rec.; Cove Springs ...... 7739 Elnora Lang & & 11, Blk. 12 as rec. inDeed ,';' :
in O.IVNo.: 3; Page*335; '<>. ,. -i Jimmy Bennett .. 200 9.42 Book 9&, Page 108
Fleming'Island-.Estates ex. pt. rec. in O.R. 16.
Part of Lot 3. Blk. 28 as .
S/D- *:. .4.... ..#/.*...d. !' V .E 5503 E. S. Legge ....... 300 12.31 I rec. in Deed Book No. r Page 521 & 51 Page
Lot 12. Blk. 13. Fleming'" ..-. %1%. Ridgewood Div. ,
..
: .' ,,0. Annie Groves .. .. 150 6.%% 95 Page 44. N.S. Green ,1 ,!ct. .. . ,; 9579 T. O. Clark ........ 6000 2O6.79
Island EstatesS/D .>. '. -* 5529 Cove Springs . . .' 7748 Allen Austin ..... 150 7.22 Sec. %0. O.P. .. .. 'f '- .7.a.. ; -. *% .
Lot BIke 8A. Fleming Part of BIke 12 as tea in f
11. Part of Lot 7. Blk. 29 as ; .. "
Island Estates S/D .. 5648 Emory D. McMillian. 150 6.22 rec. in Deed Book 4$. OR. No. 16, Page 521. 1:r ; J- .
Lots 19 & 20. Blk. 14A. Page 376 N.S. Green : tr-i Ridgewood Div, Sec. :. .' ,,
Fleming Island Estates Cove Springs .. .. 7774 Willi. Mae Freeman 300 12.31 20. O.P. .. .. .. .. .... ......._. \510 H. R. Clarke Jr..._.. 200. 8.32
S/D ,-. .. ... . 5671 Helen O. Johnson. 300 11.81 Lots 1. 2. 3 & 4. 9/B of Part of Bike 14, 15 cL& 16 ;
Farms 13. 14. 15 & 16. V Lot C of Lot 6, Blk 29. lying SETly of 224 '
Wolfe's S/D .. ... 8 6 26E 5768 Albert Schlemein. ... 1500 51.94 N.C. Green Cove Springs 7775 Ida Nero Cooper ... 200 8.42 as rec. in O.R. No. 10. -: .
Part of SWtt of SE% as Page 271, Ridgewood ,
Part of Lot 8. BIke 29 as i-
tea in O.R No. 30. rec. in Deed Book 47. Div. Sec. 20. O.P. ... '.. -_. 9590 Carroll W. Waechter" 12500 tH.13Part
. 8 6 26E 5791 Guy S. Killers .. .... 1500 52.44E VV. V .-J"
Page 173 .. ? '.. Page 448. N.S. Green '.' of Blka. 15 & 16 as
% of Lot 33 as tea In ct F, Cove Springs .... t 'H't- 7780 Dorothy Mitchell ... 200 8.92 rec. In O.R. No. %5, ,- .
t O.R. No. 38. Page 591. Lot F. S/D of Lot 11. Page 41. Ridgewood
Bradley and Triplett Blk. 29, N.S. Green Cove -. .&.:.' Div. Sec. 20. O.P. .... 9596 Norma Chandler
SID . . . . 8 6 26E 5821 Otis R. Gosser ... .. 1500 52.94 Springs .. .. . V ... l. 7799 D. A. Boyd .. ... .. 1500 > 52.44Lot Cimino' .. .... ... .. 1500 53.44
Part of NW% of SW% as G. SID of Lot 11. Blk. .t Lots '%0' &' 21, Rldgewood V '
"
rec. in OR. No. 40. 29. N.S. Green Cove .. V rSprings Div. Sec. 25. OP. . J.t "30" "'Ul S. L. Doyle. Heirs. 300 11.31

Page 515 . . .. 9 6 26E 5885 Edward W. Starr 300 11.81 .. .. .. . r" : 7801 Annie Lee Hawkins 200 8.42 Lot 5. BIke 61, FellowshipPark ,
.
Part of NW% of SW% 'as "-';:'' Lot 1. SID of Lot 12. Bike 'W .. . . 9611 Unknown ..... ..... 60 2.85
I rec. in Deed Book No. 29 in O.R, No. 3 Lots' 2 & 4. Blk. 84,' Fellowship .r .4 1-
as rec. .
t 104. Page 227 . . 9 6 26E. ';- 5891 M.: -E. Mullins .. .. 300 11.81 Page 515. N.S. Green I .' Park . .. T l UU H. J. G. Davison 100 4.54
Part of NEK of SWtf as -.. fc' Sr.. 500 19.08 5 & 7 98 Fellowship *i r."
Cove Springs . .. .. [ 7804 Willie Coleman. Lots Blk. -
rec. in O.R No. 34. Park 910'1 Herbert A. Taylor. 100 4.54
WU of Lot 2 Bike 30 :
Page 85 . . . 9 I' 26E
Part of NEB of SW% as NE 4 of Lot 3. Blk 30 ex. i .. .... . ..... 109 Herbert A. Taylor. 50 2.S-

rec. in O.R. No. 44.Page part to rivers NJ3. Lot 11. Blk. 98. Fellowship .
122 & 123 .. : 9 6 .. .26E 5898 Carl E. Meeks .. ... 260 8.42 Green Cove Springs 7817 Dozella S. Stevens.. 200 ,... 8.42 Park l U.t fill. .I t:' ;t 9110 Fred J. Reinhold. ... 60 .a--
Part of Gov. Lot 3 as rec. Part of Lot 5, Blk. 30 as .'. '. Lots 6 & 8. Blk. 116.'Fel- : H '{t 3 G- t.; ; .
in O.R. No. 39. Page .= tea in O.R No. 25. ,.1 i I' lowship Park . . ; 9722 G. J. Sililvan l :.. .. 104 4.54
199 . ... . .. 30 6 ''*' 26E 5998 Quincy H. Truett .. 100 5.04 Page 253. N.S. Green Lots 1 & 3, Blk. 129. Fellowship -
Part of SEA of SE% as Cove Springs .. .. ..... 7822 Edward J.. McQueen. .1500 r 52.94 Park .. .... .' 9134 N. P. Forsberg .. ... 100 4.54-
rec. in O.R. No. 46 '.- 'art[ of Lot 7. BIk.. 20 as .. 'f.1' Lot 10. Blk. 131. Fellow- .
Page 432 ,. .._.,...... 34 ? 8 '\:7:2SE: ,, .oi-"t..con. :M.. C. Jennings ... .. 150 6.72 tea in Deed Book U, ***.**.i :. ship Park .. ....... .. HO Mrs. C. Rtehling.. 50 2.85
Part of Lot 3 as rec. in Page 46, N.S. Green '""'"'*"- V -- ; Fellowship ;:a. r-"}" ,.
Lots 5 & 7 Blk. 136. .. \F- .
O.B. No. 34. Page U.. 2 1 26E.--114 6116 Dixie Acceptance Cove Springs .... k. t 7828 Mamie Lee Forest.. 150, 7.23 Park . J .; .. ,. 748 'Mrs. S. G. Samuelson 100 4.54
.... 2500 86.30
Corp. ... Fart of Lot 7. BIk.. 30 a* Lots 1 & 3, Blk. 140. Fellowship
Part of Gov. Lot 4 as rec. rec. in Deed Book 44. r j'- Park .. . 151 .1. W. Ott v..... .... 100 4.54

in O.R. No. 28. Page 516 Page 48. N.S. Green .... Lots 6 & 8. Blk. 161. Fellowship '
ex part Tea In No. 32. Cove Springs .... "'< r 7829 Johnnie Lee Knox.. 150 7.22 Park .. .. 1 111 O. E. Welborne .. ... 100 4.54
Page 638 ... .... . 2 'I 26E 6131 M. C. Jennings . 150 7.22 Part of Lot 8. Blk. 32 as .. r : Lots 1 & 3. HIke 171. Fel-

Part of Gov. Lot 4 as rec. 18.08 rec. in O.RNo.. 11. lowship Park ...... .. 9191 J. E. Sawyer .. ... .. 100 4.54
t in O.R. No. 31. Page 144 2 1 26E 6140 John H. McCrary. 500 Page 437. N.S. Green .
100 5.54 Lots 2 4, 6 8, 10 & 12.Blk. .
Lot 4 rec. Cove Springs 7860 Emily Johnson ..... .
Part of Gov. as .
in O.R. No. 41. Page 390 2 'I 26E 149 Domestic Finance Lot 8 SID of Lot 8.. Blk. 218, FellowshipPark .. .... A82'.1. L. Reese Jr. ..... 300 11.81
V Service Inc. ... .. 1200 42.28 32 N.S. Green Cove . . . .. ; ; .
,
!V
Lots 10 11 & 12. BIke
Fart of Blk. 4 as rec. In Springs .. .... ..... ... K k. 7864. Nannle L. Bruton. 100 5.04. 220.9.Fellowsip, Park 9332 A. F. Wescott ..... 200 7.92.
Deed Book No. 48. Page :, Lot 14. BIke 53. N.S. '
Lots 1 & 3, Elk %Z%. Fel-
456 South Green Cove '' Heirs 4500 154.50 Green Cove Springs ; 7951 Donald Fullerton .. 1750 60.40 lowship Park .. ... 9131 Clarke BOTce ... .. 100 4.54
Springs .. .... If i : ,. 6570 E. F. Anderson Lot 3. Blk. 59. N.S. Green Lota 2 & 4, Blk. h.2%%. Fellowship -

Part of Lot 1. Blk 1 as Cove Springs .. ... 7991 Virginia Clayton 200 8.42 Park . . un Lillian Boyce .. .. ... 100 4.54
Ray Estate .....
rec. in Deed Book 11. J. Lots 2 & 4, Blk. 225. Fellowship .
Page 870 ex, pt. rec. in Part of Lots 6 &: 7, Blk. Park : 9841 "Je W. Mogllnsklj ... 100 4.54

Deed Book 100. Page .y"- .. P as rec. In O.R No. 35. ; Lot 9. Blk. 268. Fellowship ?
269, South Green Cove s : ..'; I Page 505. Shands Plat. .. 8112 Beet Construction 1501 52.94 Park .... ... .. 9813 .1. K. Hopkins ... .. 50 2.85
... .... ... ....
9.92 Co
Springs .. .. . 6571 Clinton L. Bragg 200 : Fellow V
Part of Lot 1. Blk. 1 as k r. Lots 12 &: 13. Blk. U. Lot ship 1, Park Blk. %.69.. . .. ; 98'15 Wm. Eaten ........ 50 2.85

rec. in Deed Book 100. ..;..:.i... Shands Plat Plat Book .. Willie P. Plummer. 200 8.42Lots Lot 2. Blk. %69. Fellow- .
. . . 8122 '
F Page %69. South Green 22.46 2. Page 1 : ship Park ... .... .818 N. P. Forsberg .. ... 50 2.1-
Cove Springs . :' 6572 Clinton :Bragg 600 3, 5, 6, 9, 10. 11&16. Lot 6, Blk. 272' Fellow-

West part of Lot J, Elk. Flat Book Q, Shands 2, Page Plat.1 8127 Wilber Lawson .... 600 21.96 ship Park . . .. 811 Otto Syben ........ 50 2.85
101 as tea in O.R. No. Lot 6, Blk. 280. Fellow-
45. Page 380. Palmer & Lot 3, BIke W. Shands ship Park . . ... >" ; V 9$95 Josephine Westen. 60 2.86-
Ferris Tract . .. 6653 Charles J. Widner. 2000 69.86 Plat. Plat Book 2. P. 1 Lot 5. Blk. 281. Fellow- ,

Fart of Lot K. Blk. 101 as tea in O.R. 43. Page Harold L. Francis. 200 8.92 ship Park . . . i "311 D. E. Dennis .. .. 60 2.85
: 8137
tea in Deed Book 61Lots . .. .. ... ..... .
as Lots 10 & 12 BIke 335.
k, No. 64. Page 60. Palmer 4000 4, 6. 8. 9 & part of Fellowship Park . 990E A. J. Fonner ........ 1006O 4.54
& Ferris Tract .. .. 6655 Lester G. Crockett.. 100 5.54 Lot 10 ex. part red in -
Deed Book 109 Page Lot 3, Elk 39, Fellowship ,0'
102
pts.
Blk. ex.
Lot A. 2.15
9912 Edith B. Faleenbury
in Deed Book 79. 309. Blk. W. ShandsPlat. Park .. .
rec. Book Lots 9 10 8c 11. Blk. !06.
,
Plat 2. Page
Page 85. 103 Page 8139 Wllber Lawson .. .. 1000 37.01 ParkA . 'US W. IL HalseT .: .... 10 6.22
b 118. O.R. No. 1 Page 1Lot .. ... ..... .. ...... Fellowship
of MainSt.
156 & No. 6 Page %85. 21. Blk. SX as tea la lot on S. side
Palmer & Ferris Tract 6658 W. B. Lucas Sr. et al 50 4.85 OR. No. 9. Page 477. as rec. in OR Middle-No.

E'ly as %tea Lot in 4 O&.R.all No.Lot 25 5 2 Shands. Page Plat 1 Plat Book. 8194 Donald W. Shrock .. 150 7.22 burg 31, Page. .371.. :. ...... 13 -5 24E; 10097 Andy O. Anderson. 2400 69.86

& TX as tee. In Part of Sea 14 as red inDeed
Page 56. Hygema Lot 4, Blk.
Book 67 Page
L Wilkinson Add. Plat O.R. No. 51. Page 197 14 5 24E 10118 Rosanner Ivy Heirs. 200 a..:
Neal .. ..... 2000 70.36 118 Houghtons SID
Book 4 Page 57 . 6711 Irene Shands Plat Plat Book
Fart of >Lot H. Blk. 105 2. Page 1 .. 198 Sally Mae Anderson. 1200 42.78 Lots 1 & 2. Blk.SID 1. east. ..of. 31 4 23E 10128 Allen Tates ........ 60 2.15
RR Phelps
VX retain ,
,
as roc in O.R. No. U, -; Lot I, Blk. as
Page 426. Palmer & t<.;; O R. No. 43. Page 530. Lot 4 ex. W. 100 ft,
Ferris TractParVofXbt .. . . e 6783 Jack B. Ward ... .. 2500 8680 Shands" Plat. Plat Book Kingsley . ... .. 10176 Ethel A. Barbour... 200 H.n
C. Blk. 106 as 2. Page 1 .. .... .. .. 8201 Jasper Bryant ...... ISO 7.22 Part of Lot 8 as rec. in

rec. in Deed Books 80. Lot 12. Bike BB. Shands OR. No. 48, Page 79.: 10186 Ernest A. Buchanan 1.M 36.61

Page 86 Page 24, 133.83 Page Palmer 90 && V 5000 Page Plat 1 Plat .Book 2.: .. 8215 Agnes V. Jones .... 100 5.04 KinsleyLota 12 & 13. Kingsley... 10191 Miss Arsula Tomklas 60* 17.5

6820 C Oulton Jr. 1500 53.44 Golden Lots 46 & 47. S. bard
Ferris Tract .. ... Floyd Lot 4. Blk. 34. .f.
.. 2000 68.86 .. 10209 E. W. Hayes .. ..... 150 C.22
Part of Lot H. BIke 106 Gate Manor .. .. ... 8883amea Heggatt rd, KingsleyLot .
in O.R. No. 28. Lot 5. Milbyrne Triangle 8299 Irving A. Robinson. 12000 406.95 36. Aaron Smiths
as tea 'w .. K I 23E 10216 Lorraine Neles ..... 100 4.54
Page 487. Palmer & W. 100 ft. ,of Lot 11, Bike Addition .. . .
Ferris Tract ....... 6848 Larue Corp. .. ... ... 3500 120.66Fart 6. Sec. 1, O.P. ..... ... 411 Advent Christian Part of Lots 1 -& 2 as rec.
TCrnrch ........n. 1000<> 35.51 fn Deek D 7i Page
54 inDeed - - -
of Blk.Book as 84. rec.Page S H of Lot 32 as red to'' 340, E wajrdiTsYD .:. 16 I 23E 10220 J. M SmHh .?. 2840 76.14

449. Palmer & Ferris O.R. No. 7. Page 194 t {: Part of Lots 17 II, 31 &
Tract .. . .. .. .. 6985 Curtis Courtoy .... 1200 42,78C I 196. Sec. 1. O.P. ...... ., 8434 -Orange Park Land IC.SI 32 as rec. In Deed Book
..... 2S01
Lots 1 2 & T. Dewltts 't' Co.. .... .. 79. Page 399 J. M. Ed20
S/D Plat Book 1. Page Lot 4 & 1, Berrier :S/D.. .? 8500 Edna Maw Rlssxaaas 3500 119.16 wards SID . 21 I 23E 10240 W. G. Boltln Jr.... 36OO 124.0
I 21 3a 26E 6996 Steven Jones ....... 500 18.58 Part of Lot 44. as rec. tn ,. t' V p Sly 105 ft. of Ely 108.ft.
Lot *,DeWitts 's'Dl'piatBook O.R. No. 40. Page -334." of Lot 6. Blk. 47. Long '
1. Page 26 . 38 I' 26B 6998" L. Randolph ... .. ... 150 6.22 Sec. 1, O.P. . .. '8589 Thelma Austin .... ifO 8.42 Branch City : 1040S Lacey MeMuHea... 790 27.05Lot4&N34o1.
Lot 13 as rec. in O.R No. Lot 3. B ke 5. Sec. 2, U.P. 8632 :Mae Fisher ......... lOOt 34.51 fit 5.

26 Page 531. Dewitts Part of Lot 4. Blk. S 'as- Blk. 36, Long BranchCity

S/D .. ..... ... . . 38 6 26E 7005 Willie J. Plummer.. 200 8.42 rec. in Oil. No. 5. Page' BOO 18.58 . . 10413 Will Fr&akMa. Heirs 1450 81.74Part
Part of Lot 23, Dewitts 164. Sec. '2, O.P. .. .. '8633 Tbeollts Lompkta .. 1501 HX of Lot 3'Blk, 47 aa' .-'
SID as rec. in O.R. No. Lots 1, 2 4 & 5. Blk. 11. 33.47 rec. In Deed Book 66. ,. >
24. Page 236 .. . . 38 I 2 E 7015 Fred Battle ........ 200 S.42 Sea 2. O.P.. ............ .- '868486S5 ElIsabeth Foster. 600WX Page 281, Long Branch" 4>, : ,
540 10428- Charlie Sneed'y..... 70 27.55
E
'
Blk. 16 Idlewild .. J
Lot 1. CltT
.
,' .
Park. Plat Book 2. Lot 3. Blk. '11. Sec.2.'O.P.V : Robert -c. Whitehead. Lots 2 i'23., BIk. 27 Lake'" .

Page 31 & 62 ......... .; .:. V 7046 James W. Ott .... .. 50 3.35 ''i..; ;Jr. .............. 700 24.16 Geneva . . :. .. 105l6>Emllyn Arraats... ISO 6.2i
Lot 3. BIke 28 aa rec. in .;:--$ ".....- Lot. 9. Blk. 20 aa rec. liD Lots 6 & 7. Blk. 31. Lake '
OR. No. 37. Page 364. :.t':.. :" : 0.R No. 10. Page 517. Geneva . . ..... 10597'Agnes B. Boyd ..... 100 4.54
Idlewild Park ........ ff 7960 Teves W. Dale ...... 1000 35.51 Sec 2 02. .. i '811= 'CharlesNeedham m 3000 103.22Robert Lots 10 & 11. Blk. Q. :
-""" Lot 31. Bik.2.THoiiy "Pt. -. ::'; 10642 Jeanette Young .... 100 4-"
Fart of Blk. 30 as rec. InDeed 'C. *Whltebead. 5000 HX Lake Hillcrest ji/D.,. .... ,; ;
O.P. ...... 31969 *.
S/D Sea 2. 12 .
Book Lots 7. 8 9 Jk 10. Blk.
90. Page'. Jr. .........-..... 13500 458.74.L ,
386, Hamlltons SID as Tee IB O.R. No. 25.
Title Co. 400* 15.70 Part of 'Lot 82 as tee. 'inDeed ,
Plat Book 1. Page 36.. 7092 Greek Cove Page 141. Keystone
in Book 61. Page .. ... .. .... 10705 George E. Lame Jr. 4900 13T.5_
35 Heights
II Blk. as rec. .
Lot 8. 35.51
"
1000
351 Sea 4. O.1.: .. .... ., 9160 Barry ]MarUa "
O.R No. 4. Page 122. .. Part of Lot 83 lying.1 N of Y < Lou 4 & 5. Blk. 14. Key- .
: 100 IL4C
Hamlltons SID Plat stone heights . /; ,. 10719 Flossie Tower ......
I Book 1. Page 36 .. .. .. 7111 George W. Deel .. .. 3000 193.72 RR as rec. In O.R.N'8.. Lota 9. 10. 11 & 12. Bik.-: a .
45 Page 490. Sea 4. .
Lot Deed 10 Blk.Book 35 110.aa rec.Page in { .' O.P- . .. .. ....... 9163 Harry "H.'Martin >.. .48' T5.70 15 aa red in O.B. No. 2. ,'; I'" HX
*
J 1 TJ. Hamiltona S/D. Lots 84 & $5. Sea 4. O.P. '\ r 9164 'Barry: 'U. :Martin ... 6450 '19.04 581.Page Keystone 648 Height-14 Page.'"-. -' 10726 C. E. Mitchell ...... JftO C9.2C

Plat Book 1. Pare 36. J !.t ? 7113 Guy H.. Dyal ...... 2500 II." Lot 96. See. 4. O.P. ..*.. .. 0' '111'5 'Barry TL Martin.. 2500 35 JO Lot 1*. Blk. 15. Keystone ;

E% Of Lot 2. Blk. 7. I't% .. Part of Lot 105 as rec. In Heights ... . .. .. Inn Mr*. Beaal Mc-
Green Cove Springs .. J ',. '1 7165 Byron Brow*........ 2500 1$." O.R. No. 11. Page 434. I Callman ......... 300 11-81

EH of Lot 5. Blk 7. i Sec. 4. OJ. . .%. ... : '9211 ""Robert'G. 'Dose ..... 1500 52.44 Lot = IL part of Lot 14,
Green Cove Springs ... 7171 E. F. Anderson.SOOI N H of 'NH of Lots 35 & Elk U ass rec. In o.lL.- .' "-
Heirs ..............5tOOIIXl'S.12Lot 36 as rec. in OvR. No. "C No. 3*. Page 58. Key0atone .- ,
.J .. 10765 TV. H. Redf earn ... 5000 171.44
1 Blk. 18 as roc In 17. Pages 462 & 463. i Height ., -
O.R. No. 63. Page 114. Sea 5. O.P. .. .. ....... y 10 '; '3225 Investment. Brokers.: Lots 6A, 6B & 7A Blkm -
Green Cove Springs ... .-J' 7221 H. G Sharpless .... 2500 86.31 *! 'Inc. .....- 'II' 19.58 31 a* red in Deed Boek ,., a
; 1 '
; : 5000 HX
a
Lot 4. Blk. 28 aa tea in 2 Acres In Lot 2 as red F I' 111. Page 51, Keystone -
O.R. No. 15. Page 239, in Deed Book 49, Page Heights . .. __ _. J ,: lOIn Lawrence F.Lame. MOO 60.86
Green Cove Springs ... 7259 3. 1 Revels ....... 3500 120.11 239. Sea S, O.P. .. ..... 2 ''U3t at.7SCD2y.s..s.- 150 6.72 Lots 15 ft 16 Blk. 1 a.-. ,- r. V
W% of Lot 4. Blk. 33. Part of Lot 2 aa rec. InDeed _' .- : ,, : re. In 0.& 49. PaS-.t4 e \ ..1' ..eJt7t.3 <

Green Cove Spring ... .' -;-.7293, Thomas Wagoner 6000 204.2J Book 72. Page ,. Coaneant.Puk .. .. 10902 Patsy R. Brewer.. COO 21.96

Lots Cove* &Springs 3. Blk. '. .1.'Gree... .. ,. l'j- P! /7315.* ,J. L. 'Parker. ..... ... 5000 SOl 1L31 499.Page 73 181.Page Sec. 426 8. O.P.& 84.. .t' 9243 ChJta. S. 'Bryant ,.---.' 200 "1.'% View ,Highland Blk. 1La1Es O.R... ._ 10981 Flossto Tower ... 100 4.54

Lot S. or E% of Sq. lying Part of Lot I as rec. In V Lot 10 as rec. In No.

N.State: of _eq.Rd 36. Green ex. part Cove to 'VVV'.', :. :.. 28.Deed Sea Book.8. O.P.104.. ..Page.... 1 <2'9241 :Annie Mae'{Camel. ,,-...?: 200 t.42'Viola. :t. Page. .562.. .Bird. .. ...Addition ... u'"#,!f-,, "'!; i' 11128 Joseph W. Baker .... 300 11.81

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O.R. No. 29 Page 296. *
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States
k Cove Springs ...E*., ') '.'7513 Byron 'Brow':,.. ... 1501 5L9 Sec. 8. O.P. . ....... 9250 Supply Corp. .. ... 100 5.54 Lot 6 aa rec. In O.R

Lot 9. Blk. 13. Wilson & ___iIi" No. 2. Page 454. 'KeT"
Kirkpatrlek-.S/D. Plat .. _,_ '.. Lot 3ez part rec 1nt-W; 4000HX tone Christian Colony 5000
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MAY 30, 1963 PAGE SEVEN _

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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE



LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

Notice is hereby given that THE FOURTH JUDICIAL
Notice is hereby given that
the Clay County Zoning Commission CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
the Clay County Zoning Com-
will hold a Public CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIN
mission will hold a PublicHearing'
Hearing on Thursday June 20, CHANCERYNO.
on Thursday, June By DICK WOLFF
1963, at 8:00: o'clock p.min 3614
I 20, 1963, at 8:00)( o'clock p.m.,
in the County Commission the; County Commission Chambers SOUTH BROOKLYN SAVINGS With the world comng'alive again and the trout season open
of the Clay County Courthouse it's time for the angler to start planning hikes to his favorite

AIR OONDITIO "IXORALPH BOATS MOTELS Chambers: of the Clay County Green Cove Springs. BANK a corporation. stream. Not necessarily 50-mile jaunts of the Washington. variety-
Courthouse, Green Cove Plaintiff but just a pleasant stroll from highway to nearby brook.

Springs, Florida, for the ,pur- Florida for the purpose of v. One of the things a fisherman has to do this time of year Is
hearing objections if any, to I sharpen his sluggish winter-jaded senses. The first time out. too
F F. MARINA of if ANNE M. HODGSON and
MARINA
INLET MOTELAPTS. hearing objections,
pose
rezoning from its present Agri- many people look around but don't see. A chap driving with us

any, to rezoning from its present -culture Zone, to Intermediate GLENDORA KTMTCj recently, for example, didn't even spot the hawk end crow sittingon
MILBER6EROrange MERCURY JOHNSON FOR RENT Agriculture Zone, to Agri- Defendants.NOTICE the same tree branch even though he was in the passenger seat
Business (BB Zone), the following -
ENGINES By Week or MonthU. culture Residential (AR Zone,) -as we went by these two natural
S. 17 North described property: OF SUIT enemies perched side-by-side. ,
hither classification the
& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS PHONE 284-3605 or as Lot 24, Section 7, Orange TO: Glendora J. Kimes. Ever notice one of your companions
(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERS board may determine, the following Park Plat according to slapping insects on the

REFRIGERATIONAND described property: Residence Unknown back of Ms neck? It's the same 1 ,
plat thereof recorded in
SALES & SERVICE PIANO SERVICE You Glendora J. Kimes are thing: the bugs biting you may -
That part of Clay County Plat Book 1, Page 23, Pub- be the very ones the trout are ,

AIR CONDITIONINGService OUTBOARD REPAIR bounded on the Northeastby lic Records of Clay County. hereby notified that a com- taking. So open your eyes when --

Hwy. 17 Orange Park GEORGE WEEKS Cleveland Avenue, onthe Florida.All plaint to foreclose a certain you get to the lake or stream -
mortgage of the following des- look carefully Into the water
Home Phone 284-978O Phone CO 4-9835 PIANO SERVICE Northwest by Washington parties in interest and and study what's beneath the a
cribed real property, to wit:
Avenue, on the South- citizens shall have an oppor- surface. Just the
way a min i'.w '
Business Phone 284-9431 1
Tuning Repairing Lot 2 Block 8 Meadow-
west by Jefferson Avenue, tunity to be heard at said time now swims will give you a clue ";
INSURANCE
PHOl2813278 and on the Southeast by and place. brook Unit 2, according to to what colors, sizes and move-

Box 6O Ribernla Rt. State Road No. 21, accord- CLAY COUNTY plat recorded thereof In ments win attract a fish.
One
GIN'S ing to Plat of Subdivisionof Plat Book 6. Pages 12 and thing your observations -o
w Green Cove Springs ZONING COMMISSIONBy should reveal in early spring

$ Refrigeration dAT.ONW.D Ridgewood as recorded James E. Growl 13 of the current public when the big "uns, start gobbling the little 'uns, is that every

iiriTh And Air in P1at'Book 6, Page 20, Chairman records of Clay County thing is moving faster. That means you want lures that maneuver
i REAL ESTATE Florida. convincingly to trigger the reflexes of a pike, a trout or a bass.
Public Records of
ConditioningSERVICE Clay May 30. June 6. 1963
An artificial bait that offers this naturalness is the Vixen, &
County, Florida, said area and has been filed against you shapely imitation of a minnow that puts out its siren cn with a

HERMAN E. REED CLARENCE B. LAZETTE being a part of Section 14, LEGAL NOTICE and you are hereby requiredto wierd and wondrous wiggle. Its curved streamlined shape causesit

400 W. Walnut St. LJscensed Broker in 15, 22, 23, and 40, Township serve a copy of your answeror to slither through the water in a most enticing fashion.. Field
Chrysler Airtmp Sales Phone 284-6721 the tests show it to be a deadly fish catcher.Or .
to
pleading complaint
4 Authorized Philco Green Cove Springs 4 South, Range 25 East, IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF you may favor the Garda Eelet, a natural lure so real and
Service Green Cove Springs Since 1037 EXCEPT that area described CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDAIn on the plaintiffs attorneys deceptively lifelike that live eels call it "Brother." Try the

below to be ;rezoned to Neighborhood i Marks Gray. Yates Conroy & 3/16-ounce size; chances are it will dance most effectively

Day Ph. 284-368O ELECTRICALAtlas Homes Farms Acreage Business (BA Zone:) CHANCERY i Gibbs. 231 East Forsyth Street. in the local pond still overflowing with melting snow.
Night 284-3402: CASE NO. 3629 As long as you're stressing light tackle there's no point in defeating
11 W. St Ph. 284-4323 That part of Lots 20 & 6 Jacksonville Florida and file
Spring Gloria Murray-Hessner Hoade. t the purpose with heavy line. You'll find Platyl Monoflla-
8. Palmetto Electric & Mechanical lying Northwest of State Plaintiffvs. the original answer or pleading ment, preferably in the 4to 12-pound test range, most suitable for

Green Core Springs CompanyWe Road No. 21, Lots 21, 22, in the Office of the Clerk the task. The soft line, so supple it comes off the spool effortlessly,

CAREY'S TRADING POST 23, 3, 4, and 5 of Section of the Circuit Court in and is practically Invisible as it spins off the cast.
do all type of electrical Thomas Francis Hoade All these fast-moving tackle elements do an even better Job when
APPLIANCES wirin WE BUY SELL TRADE 9; that part of Lot 17 lying DefendantNOTICE I for Clay County Florida, on or used with a Garcia rod. The spin-casting and bait-casting models

Three locations northwest of State Road before the 1st day of July. 1963.If with fast-taper design, feature sensitive tips that help the lines-

Jim Carter Appliance RAY SHIPP : No. 21, Lots 16, 15, 14, 4, 5, OF SUIT you fail to do so, judgmentby dart through water to duplicate the natural movement of live bait.
15 E. Palmer St., Ph. 284-3230 Toss in an Abu-Matte 140 spin-casting reel to round out a bal
Service. Inc. Owner and Manager and 6 of Section 10; that THE STATE OF FLORDA TO: default will be taken againstyou
brook
anced
tackle and all
e Warehouse & antiques old program you're set to return to that
A. F. BakerRefrigeration Phone 28.1.9228TYPEWRITER part of Lots 7 &19 lying Thomas Francis Hoade for the relief demanded in where you saw "a beauty just before the season ended last FaQ.

& Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. northwest of State Road USAFE HQ (L G.) the complaint. This notice shall Maybe his cousin! is there now.

Air Conditioning Service "BIG TOP" tent '- Blanding No. 21, Lots 6, 5, 4, 16, 17, APO 633 be published once each week

also all SERVICE Bird. At Ridgewood and 18, of Section 11;, that New York City New York for four consecutive weeks In Safe Pedaling Pointers I IiT

Major Appliance Repairs Furniture & appliances at part of Lots 15 & 11 lying YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- the Clay County Crescent.

Washers Dryers Typewriter ServiceE. bargain pri-as 8tfc Northwest of State Road FIED that a suit has been filed DONE AND ORDERED AT y M.r

Phone 284-3542 No. 21, Lots 16, 17, 8, 9, against you in the above en- Green Cove Springs Clay I

C. HURST BUY OR TRADE and 10, of Section 12; of titled cause and you are hereby County. Florida this 24th day .

PACKAGE STORE Office Machine Sales the Subdivision of Ridge- required to serve upon plaintiffs of May 1963. 8 Y

I & SrvlceServing For Your Used Mobile Home. wood, as .recorded in Plat attorney whose name and George L. Carlisle

Top Dollar Paid. Big Allowance Book 6, Page 20, Public address appear hereon. your Clerk. Circuit Court
Clay, Putnam & St.
PAUL'SAll
on Your Coach to :Trade. Records of Clay County, written defenses if any to the Clay County Florida

y Legal Beverages Johns Counties. Call EV 4-5584 Collect.ST. Florida.All bill of complaint In said suit BY: Grace M. Carlisle

Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. Phone 284-6301 JOHNS MOBILE HOMES. parties in interest shall copy of which is delivered to Deputy Clerk ya

Inc. have an opportunit to be heardat you herewith on or before May 30. June 6, 13. 20 w.jal
DaTa Cornty Line 414 N. Orange Ave.
said time and
place. June 24. A. D. 1963.
North of Orange ParkOPPooTuNITrkNOcksllEoE Green Cove Springs Florida JESSE M. BITTER
284-9436 CLAY COUNTY Herein fail not or:, decree pro LEGAL NOTICE

ZONING COMMISSIONBy confesso will be entered against
.
2-14 tfc James E. Crowl you for the relief prayed in the IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF

I r Ii INSTRUCTIONS ,or SCHOOLSJOB Chairman bill of complaint.THE THE FOURTH JUDICIAL .
.
SECURITY: Can be yoursOFFICE May 30, June 6, 1963 NATURE OF SAID SUIT CIRCUIT IN AND FOR :u'.f' ,

BEING FOR DIVORCE
CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIN
,
by preparing now for coming LEGAL NOTICEIN WITNESS my hand and the, CHANCERY No. 3609 fF
Civil Service Examinations.For ;
FOR SALE HELP WANTED seal of said Court at Green SOUTH BROOKLYN xa '

InformationVriteAd- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Cove Springs. Florida, this. SAVINGS BANKSa ? !' \ I .
vance-P. O. Box 218 "'-
FOR SALE 4 bedroom MALE HELP WANTED Lady THE FOURTH JUDICIAL 14th day of May A. D. 1963. :
corporation, plaintiff,
Lake, Florida. 9 iOR house Elsie Street Hill- Master barber, for Keystone CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GEORGE L. CARLISLE ;\> ,',, ,

top Section call 2843860. Barber Shop. Contact Frank WOMEN 18 to 55 PLUS 7 ? ? CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Clerk Circuit Court v.RUBY L. GEIGER, defendant
By Vivian H. Sohm SAFETY CHECK TIME..Debbie! Drake, Chairman of American Bik.
25-tfc Jones, Keystone Heights Fla. DOCTORS and DENTISTS:
CHANCERY NO. 3610 I Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF SUIT Month In May has a little help (In getting her bike ready for summer.
Phone 473-4959 5-23-c 'Need women to train to be Knowing the rules of the read and riding a properly equipped bike
Assistants, Receptionist, Office! FULTON SAVINGS BANK. Scruby & Yonge TO: RUBY L. GEIGER
make riding saf. as well as fun.
FRESH STRING BEANS for '
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
for Paintiff
I Management and Practical' KINGS COUNTY Attorney YOU RUBY L. GEIGER. are
sale for home freezer, Contact ; 6 have taken weekend "bike hike" bike campingtrip
: pigs up Home Nursing. Preliminary Plaintiff Address: hereby notified that a com- Planning a spring a
Mrs. Novae Phone 2849137. at my place, Lum Grant about 305 Great Oaks Circle ,or a pleasant roadside ride into the "back country?" It'sa
to foreclose certain
in plaint
training given at home vs. a
5-23 your fine to have fun and fit-but better have bike
4 miles south of Middleburg, if Orange Park, Florida way stay your
time. For information mortgage on the following des-
spare WILLIAM R. MAC LAREN and m.'DfJI'Ud' first.. _
FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- not claimed in 4 weeks same address and phone number to: GUSSIE M. MAC LAREN. his May 23. 30, June 6. 13. 1963 cribed real property, to wit: May is American Bike Month, .. -- -
bike dealersin
Available at all
will be sold
mowers. $15.00 and up, McGee's by me. 5-23-6-14 "Careers," P. O. Box 218, Lady wife. Lot Sixteen (16), Block and wherever facilities are Mar is the free booklet,
will be
Welding & Radiator 520 N. JOB security can be yours by Lake, Florida. 5-30 6.20cMENWOMEN Defendants LEGAL NOTICE Seven (7), Unit Two (2), offering available,free bike bike retailers inspections "America's All Time Ten Best

Orange Ave.. Phone 284-3163. MEADOWBROOK accord- Bike Games," which contains
A
preparing for Civil during May. competent service -
now coming NOTICE OF SUIT IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF rules of the road
18 to 55 plus? riding tips, ,
7tfc thereof will make
Service Send ing to plat recorded man sure your
exams. name, self
and
Motel or Resort Management. TO: WILLIAM R. MAC LAREN CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn warning device is working bike games, a inspec-
in Plat Book 6
pages This chart will
tion chart.
address and phone number to remind
CHANCERY properly since a horn or bell is
FOR RE.'iTFOR NATIONAL TRAINING SERV- Men Women or Couples can GUSSIE M. MAC LAREN. 12 and 13 of the public records essential, to alert dreaming you to check your spokes
make high salary plus apart- his wife Jeannette M. Staritch replacing loose or weakened
of Clay County, Flor- drivers and absent-minded
ICE pe-
INC. Box A, Clay County
RENT: Nice 2 bedroom ment. Pick your own location U. S. Naval Air Station also known as ida. destrians. ones, to innate tires to proper,
Crescent Green Cove Springs pressure,to replace worn pedals
house, newly painted inside and I Fla. 2-8-1 with ur Placement Assistance.o Guantanamo Bay Cuba Jeannette M. Starrich has been filed against you and : check Your service brakes.man Don't will"mon also and damaged chains, to adjust

out, reasonable large yard appliances Learn at home in your spare (Navy No. 115 Box 35L. Plaintiffvs. you are required to serve copy key" with your your coaster brake.A and tighten seat and handlebarnuts

turnished. Call Penney time. For Personal Fleet Post Office and bolts, and to lubricateall
Interview ,
LADIES: Do you need money? of your answer or pleading to skilled service man should inspect -

Farms. 5298211. 20tfe Start now. Extra earnings. Write-American-P. O. Box New York N. Y. John August Staristch the complaint on the plaintiffs or adjust it, replacingworn moving parts. booklet
bike
The free
and insuring games
also known or damaged parts,
Work part-time near your 218 Lake Lady, Florida. YOU WILLIAM R. MAC as attorneys MAR K S. GRAY, you a sure, safe stop also contains the 12 nationally
FOR LEASE-Service Station John August Starrich
home showing Avon Cosmetics.Call 5-30 620cST. LAREN and GUSSIE M. MAC YATES CONROY & GIBBS. every time. accepted Bike Rules of the
near Middleburg on Highway LAREN DefendantNo. 231 : For night riding,be sure'your Road,"must"knowledge for responsible -
Mrs. Burns Qui Si Sana are hereby notified East Forsyth Street Jack-
221 Clay Oil Corp. Phone I JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, 3622 headlight is working well. cycling.A .
Hotel. that a complaint to foreclosea sonville, Florida and file the
CO 4-9548 or BU 2-5153 Mr. Inc. well enough for you to see, and few minutes spent getting
certain mortgage on the following NOTICE OF SUIT original answer or pleading in well enough to be visible from your bike into good road condition -

Howard 30-c! WANTED-Work at my home: We Will Trade for Your Car, described real property, the office of the Clerk of the at least 500 feet away.A motor- and boning up on traffic

Will do sewing washing iron- Furniture Diamonds, or Any- to-wit: THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Circuit Court. In and For Clay ist should be able to see your laws will help you ride safely,
For rent or sale 2-bedroom i thing of Value on a New Mobile Jeannette M. Staristch tail light or reflector from at healthily and happily, during
house at 1912 Beth Drive. GCS.i ink, etc. Call Mrs. Margaret Home. Lots Fourteen (14 Block also known as County, Florida on or before least 300 feet away. Bike Month or any month.

Kaiser. Phone 284-9497. 213cWANTED One (1) MEADOWBROOK. the 10th day of June, 1963. If
Nice neighborhood, near elementary -
John August Starrich
school. Also for sale. I ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES Unit One (1) according to you fail to do so, judgment by
Room Room & Residence unknown
: or
130. Phone Inc. plat recorded in Plat Book default will be taken againstyou BANKNOTES . by MalcolmTHURSDAY J
Shady lot 100 x
Board for
3 months man, near 6263 Roosevelt Blvd.Et' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
and the relief demanded
6, 7 and 8 of the cur-
GCS 2843924.CLASSIFIED pages
restaurant phone 284-9559; 45584or FIED that a suit has been filed
rent public records of Clay In the complaint. This notice
M30-ltc against in the above enti-
you
AD m'.. .. .. County, Florida, shall be published once each
tled cause and you are hereby
284-9436 week for four consecutive
WANTED TO UY-'Vell-drill-
For Lease: Service Station H has been filed against you and required to serve upon plaintiffs -
2-14 tfc
weeks in The Clay County
machine. Call Nolan II. Miller,
mile south of Green Cove you are required to serve a attorney whose name and
Jr. SP 1-7102 Jacksonville. Crescent.
Springs on Route 17 at junc- JONES & HALL NURSERYNow copy of your answer or plead- address appear hereon. your # .

30-6 tion of Route 16. Clay Oil Open 7 Days A Week ing to the complaint on the written defenses. If any to the DONE and ORDERED at h.h
Green Cove Springs. Florida
CRESCENT AD --- 7. "---7. .... Corp. Phone CO 4-9548 or BU Come Out Browse Around plaintiffs attorneys. Marks bill of complaint in said suit.
i this 7th day of May. 1963.
Gray. Yates. Conroy & Gibbs
PHOTOS-Pictures appearingin 25153. 30-c See Our Stock copy of which is delivered to
231 East Forsyth Street. Jacksonville CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.
the CRESCENT be you herewith on or before
may Highway 13 South of New
CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDASeal .
W ANTE D Old hOc Florida and file the June 10th A. D. 1963.
purchased through THE CRESCENT rags Bridge turn right at Collecove %! "'

for $1.25. Phone 28.13166. pound. No silks or woolens. Store follow signs. original answer or pleading in Herein fail not or decree
the office of the Clerk of the By Grace M. Carlisle
Clay County Crescent 284-3166. pro confesso will be entered

. . . . Circuit Court, in and for Clay against you for the relief pray- May 9. 16. 23. 30, 1963
j I I3fr'"I"S"i"t' I-j -S { "S1 'I1''I1''I'I1'I'AREA County Florida on or before
ed in the bill of complaint.

. BUSiN S DIRECTORY 1 1fA 1 1M the 24th day of June. 1963. If THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT LEGAL NOTICE .PLtDlG THE cIVILWAa .S w-.2P Sc.Ec

you fail to do so. judgement by BEING FOR DIVORCE :IMdCAMOarii PWc m
wua 0 MGE.
default will be taken against NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS )
I I I I I I I lllltll llll :111 : 1111 A .11111. 111111' +; ; ; 1 ; 1 :-rHHHH-+-. WITNESS my hand and the .. .""..
you for the relief demanded in seal of said Court at Green NAME LAW

FURNITUREAIR URI'<:GISTSEASTKRLIXG EQUIPMENT the complaint. Cove Springs Florida this 6th NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

This notice shall be published day of May A. D. 1963. that the undersigned desiring
BASE FURNITURE CO
Pine Furniture PHARMACY AMERICANOFFICE once each week for four con- GEORGE L. CARLISLE, to engage In business: at Orange

Carpeting Appliance SUPPLY CO. secutive weeks in the Clay Clerk Circuit Court Park. Florida under the name ..d.aw

Complete Home Furnishing Reliable Prescription Service County Crescent. By EstiHee Ridley Of KEYSTONE DAY CAMP.

5953 Roosevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner DONE and ORDERED at Deputy ClerkT. intend to register the said

Jacksonville_EV 7-4011 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists in Green Cove Springs. Florida J. Jennings Jr. name with the Clerk of the

this 18th day of May. 1963. James T. Norton Circuit Court of Clay County,
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equip-
GEORGE I*. CARLISLE. Attorney for Plaintiff Florida.

Pacemakers and Peerlea Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries ment Clerk Circuit Court Address: sf William M. Ives M I AlrXat 8USRtQJB o>
Air Stream for Travel Complete Line of Greeting day County. FloridaBy SealP. William M. Ives GECfi 1 asr l C.A LOCAl. A C..HCBS)CJfEO WA.fDMDWiCOIt&ANQIDA'COtarrai

Used Trailers-Bank Financing : Grace M. Carlisle O. Box 372 s/ Sue H. Ives RT UPNIC10t7RLp A06rTNanlA'.
<8017< Roosevelt Blvd. Oft Blanding Blvd Cards IAOtInr'o mtrU 1'FAOf NiTN000 'Va iIIUotN 115M ftI\A\ --
D. C. Green Cove Springs Florida. Sue H. Ives crCCUlTStfElf Da1EC.JiOiC.
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. ETC
KV 8-8578 Jacksonville EY S-47I4 2055-57 Park St.. Jacksonville May 23, 30, June 6. 13. May 9. IS, 23. 30, 1963 May 23. 30 June 6, 13



EIGHT QHay( Qlounty Crescent '" THURSDAY MAY 38, 1963


tion Saturday night by beautiful -

I AA H C & Penney FarmsReporter \ Mrs. David Vincent Massimi Middleburg NotesThe Rita candle Williamson.light. Queen Princesseswere was


Melody Branch Sallie

: MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8131 Middleburg' volunteer, Shirley Thomas and children Starling Lillian and Phyllis

firemen's ball.was a great suc Bonnie and. Shy aM Mrs. Vivian Williamson. Three Ladies-in-

The Rodeheaver Boy's Ranchat George S. Sutton. The other Military Academy two years cess. Miss Linda Green was Hilliard and children Mrs. Waiting Stacy Boome, Martha

Palatka entertained a dele- new officers were The Rev. C. ago. A daughter who has just I A crowned "Miss Flame". Miss Blanche Boree and children all Mosley. Barbara Johns. There

gation of 24 residents of the M. Ackerman vice-president; finished her first year in a Dean Hatcher was second andMiss of Middleburg.The were seven Maidens. Sandra

Memorial Home Communitylast Mrs. George S. Sutton, secre- Missouri College will see her Katherine Grimm was
Brown Alice Hatcher. Joyce
Thursday. Six cars left tary; Mr. J. R. Nicholas, trea- parents off for the Canal Zoneon third. The music was very good
Hatcher, Rosalee Hatcher, Susan -
Penney Farms at 2:30 o'clock surer; The Rev. E. J. Sachtjen June 10th, from Fort Lau- E ry and the old timers were on the fifth grade took their Hatcher. Diane Hatcher

'ranch and returned chaplain. derdale Florida. A dinner par- annual trip to St. Augustine
drove to the floor. The music just wouldn't and Debbie Scroggie. The flower

by 6 o'clock. Miss Stella Cass, chairmanof ty was enjoyed by the following let them sit still. The Ball was Tuesday. Accompanying the girl was Liza Griffin. Crown

The Rev. and Mrs. Walter the Planning committee persons in the Quadrangle sponsored by the ladies of the children were room mothers bearer was Mike Brown. Can-

Pierce who have charge of the presented "A Primer on American I Cafeteria-the Rev. and Mrs. Volunteer Fire Department. Mrs. Jerry Frisbee, Mrs. Olin dle lighters were Lorrine Baxley
'C. M. Ackerman, the Rev. and Howard Mr. and Mrs. Bob
of
the Citizenship" consisting
ranch conducted group
and Ann Mosley. Pages were
Mrs. C. F. Schriver. Mr. and Mishler Mrs. Edna Slade Mrs.
through the buildings had the 41 statements on rights and Bobbie Griffen and Jimmie
Mrs. Stanley Hamilton, and the The Boy Scouts will have a Jefferson teacher Mr. Lanier.
camp boys sing and served refreshments duties of citizenship in the Mosley. Solo was by Jean Neal.
meeting at the Middleburg Baptist and bus driver. Mrs. Mattie
dining U. S. A.There. Rev. and Mrs. Raymond R.
in the large
Mi After the coronation
a reception -
1. .r at .
Gregory.Dr. Church Friday night Negrych.Beg1nn1ngJune2andunt11
room. will be no more meet- who was held in the educational -
o'clock. All
7:30 parents
The camp located on 790 ings of the League until the I building. The room was

acres of land on the St. John's Fall meeting on Monday Sep- George S. Sutton will be are interested in the Boy Scoutsare decorated with white and yellow -

river provides boating, swimming tember 16th. the preacher at the Penney urged to attend. September 29, the united adult I glads. Punch and cake

skiiing .fishing, grazing Memorial Church morning class of the Sunday school was served by Mrs. Allen True.

cattle chickens horse-back worship service next Sunday at The G. A. girls of the Middle- (three classes combined) will I Mrs. Arthur Hatcher and Mrs.
The Rev. E. J. Sachtjen's
riding, and other farm activities 11 o'clock. Mrs. E. M. Laurent burg Baptist Church gave a open at 10 o'clock by order of ;Tom Brown. Mrs. James

as well as daily atten- ploye daughter of the Josephine Congressional, an em-Library of Alpine, Texas daughter of play celebrating their fiftieth the Sunday school board. I Branch is G. A. director. Mrs.
the Rev. Basil will anniversary Tuesday evening
R. Truscott
dance at public school. I
Mrs. E.
H. C. Williamson and
at Washington, D. C., for the ladies of the W. M. U.
Twenty eight boys, eight to be he soloist sniging 0 Divine counselors.Mr. .
W. Silcox are G. A.
met her father at the Memorial
14 years old. from broken Redeemer.' Mrs. David Hinnant is their The annual meeting of the

homes are receiving fresh air, Home Community and both leader. After the play cake Penney Memorial Church was

work liv- I left, via airplane for Tuscon. I and punch were served by Mrs. held May 15. The reorganization -
sunshine, hard happy Beginning Sunday June 2nd
and Mrs. E. D. Chesser
!Arizona, on Tuesday May 28th i Pearl Chesser Mrs. H. A. Mas- of the church board for the
and excellent training. As
ing, and continuing until the first and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smart
for a visit with relatives. Mr. ters and Mrs. David Hinnant. 1963-1964 year is as follows: I
Mr. Pierce says, "its better to Sunday in October, the three .motored to Silver Springs Sun-
Sachtjen will remain in Tuc-
helping build boys rather than adult Bible classes of the Pen- the Rev. C. F. Schriver. mod- day to meet Mr. and Mrs.
for about three
son weeks erator the Rev. A. G. Hempstead -
mending men. ney Memorial Sunday School Clyde McCrary caught a 58 ; Thompson from Daytona
then he will return east spend-
The following persons made will meet together in the pound Cobia fish Wednesday treasurer. Mrs. H. C. Beach. They all toured "Six

the trip to the ranch: Mrs. ing three months visiting relations sanctuary at 10 o'clock. while deep sea fishing with Mr. i Morehouse. clerk; Rev. R. G. Gun Territory.'
and friends in Bloom-
Leona Caldwell, Mrs. Orr, Miss and Mrs. J. E. Kersey. Mr. Paul Korteling. chairman; Mrs. R
ington, Indiana; Madison, Wis-
Tarbell Mrs. Gunther, The Grimm, Mr. Powell Mr. Davis J. Ellis secretary.
consin: Hudson Wisconsin: The Memorial Home Com- Recent guests of Mr. and
Rev. Borkey Mr. and :Mrs. and Douglas Kersey.
and then a month with his munity Association meetingwill Mrs. L. C. Canova were Mr. and
Smalley Mrs. Teed Mrs. Froe- Residents of Penney Farms
daughter Josephine at Wash- be held in the sanctuaryon Mrs. Royis Sharpe of Cocoa
ligh. Miss Cass, Miss Hoover, ..... Sunday guests of Mrs. Cora and the Memorial Home Com
ington, D.C. Monday June 3rd at 7:30: Beach.
Miss Crumm. :Mrs. Robbins Carter were Mrs. Mabel Hat- munity are requestd to phone
p.m.
Mrs. Morgan, The Rev. and cher of Orange Park Mrs. M. their personal news items to

Mrs. KInsey Mrs. Jorlemon At the Penney Memorial !.L Williamson and Mrs. Minnie': Mrs. Herbert D. Myers phone House guest of Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. Cannon Miss Hoffnagle.Miss Church morning worship serv- OBITUARYMiss Baxley of Drs. Inlet.A 529-8131 or to mail them to H. B. Adams is Miss Dean

Foy, Mrs. C. Miller Miss ice, last Sunday May 26, 1963, Elsie M. Reed was born Mrs. Myers at Box 122. Pen- Adams of Jacksonville.

Matilda Meriam. Mr. and Mrs. the Rev. Basil R. Truscott bap- ney Farms.
in New York City on January Mother's Day dinner anda
and Mrs. Albert Devries
and Mrs. Ford. tised his grand-daughter Pam- Mr.
Ruth Lanier of land Mrs. Augustus -
31st. 1882. After attending the Carolyn daughter family get together was held Jackonsville
ela daughter of Mr. Lillian L4out- attended the
Susan Our daughter
New York State Library School E. Lanier of lDddleburbecame the bride last Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Beach annual horse show this
and Mrs. E. M. Laurent of Alpine za, has finally moved almost all
Richards of East
Alfred she
Mr. served for many years as Roy Gnann Sunday for Mr.
Greenwich, Rt. 2, on returning Texas. librarian her chosen profes- of David Vincent Massimi, son of Mrs. Elisa Massimi of Gnann's mother Mrs. Minnie of her belongings to the house weekend.

from a General Electric sales sion. She was an Episcopalian.After Cambridge, Mass. The ceremony took place In Wollaston Gnann of ...Gainesville. she rented in Jacksonville. Has
taken her sometime to get this Friends of Miss Bess Edding
visited
at Miami .
convention retiring she lived for Guests were" Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hamilton
Church of the Wollaston, Mass. interested to know that
resi- Nazarene done but she is well enough will be
his uncle, W. J. Eddy a from the Panama Canal a time in St. Petersburg with James Gnann from Thresa Mr.
established to live in Jax part she is now Mrs. John Smith.
dent of the Memorial Home Zone. friends of Mr. Gregory her sister now deceased. On i and Mrs. J. E. Runnels and
Both the bride and bridegroom are seniors at Eastern of the time, at least. Comes They were married recently in
Community last Sunday. for twenty years, visited the October 191950, she took up children Mike and Jennie Mr. .

Gregories for a couple of days residence in the Memorial Nazarene College Wollaston, The bride was given in marriage and Mrs. W. B. Coleman Mr. home on Sundays and Wednes- Jacksonville.The
take to church. Any-
The Good Citizenship Leagueof last weekend. The Hamilton Home Community. After a long by Sante Camplese, an uncle of the bridegroom. The and Mrs. Al Newton and chil- days to us hometo .
she is dose enough! of Mr. and Mrs.L.
children
the Memorial Home Com- are prominent workers in the period of ill health, she entered dren, Mr. Mike Castle all of way,
bride wore a full length dress of nylon lace and net over taffeta Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. W. come and see how Mom and E. Gnann are giving an open
munity held its May meetingon Canal Zone Union Churchesand the Golden Retreat Convales-
Pa getting along. This is house for them at their home
the 20th. The newly elect- knew the. son of our Rev. cent Home in Jacksonville and with a bodice of silk, organza. She carried a corsage of G. Volkhardt from Jacksonville are
much better than when she was June 9 from 3 pm. till 5 pjn.
Schriver when passed there on Monday Mr. and Mrs. Claunde Thomas,
ed officers and committee and Mrs. C. P. away
white orchids surrounded by lilies of the valley on a white Va. celebrating
in Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Gnann are -
chairmen were installed by the the son was pastor of the May 20th. Committal service Mr. and Mrs. Fid Thomas Mr.

Rev. C. P. Schriver the retir- Union Church at Gatun, Canal was held at the Memorial Bible. The couple will honeymoon in Florida to visit the bride's and Mrs.Floyd Gnann and children their fortieth wedding

ing president who passed the Zone. A son of the Hamilton Home Community cemetery on parents who were unable to be present at the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Carol The Black Pond Baptist anniversary. All their friendsare

gavel to the new president. Dr. graduated from West A Point Thursday, May 23rd, 1963. Gnann and children. Mrs. Church held its G. A. corona invited.


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