The Clay County crescent
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 Material Information
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: June 6, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Nine Foot' Indian : \: Mrs. Jennings HonoredIn GCS Seeks Summary '

a. move that was widely regarded as a unique

"honor the Duval County Highway Beautification Association -

Stalks surplusMethodist disbanded itself in "honor of the late Mrs. May Austin '

Mann 'Jennings swho founded and headed the association

for many years. of Suit In

CemeteryAn Mrs.: Jennings, who died in her Jacksonville home on Dismissal

April 24. was the widow of the late Governor William Sher- .

man Jennings and the mother of 8. Bryan Jennings of Mid

Indian nine feet tall who escorted by the deacons of her dleburg.

walks the County at the darkof church, came to the burial plot A resol ti.: passed by the association this week said it
To End
-the moon; a group of Yankee where, she. told him, some of was being disbanding "as a tribute and emeorial to her Try LitigationJoins

soldiers buried during the Civil her friends or relatives lay bur- memory."

Waft some unidentified coloredpeople ied. Mrs. Jennings' son reached at her Jacksonville home

these are a few of ,Some say that the original told The Crescent he hoped her work should go on throughthe A motion seeking dismissal of a suit against the Cityf

those who lie in two cemeteries records pertaining to the own- State Chamber of Commerce. He said he was under the Green Cove will be filed by attorneys for the City in the

owned: by the First Methodist' ership, of this cemetery were impression the Association would erect a small plaque to hismother's Bank of Green ,Cove near future.
Church memory with funds now on hand.
of Green Cove. destroyed by fire or: stolen

By what benefience the .I from the County court house '.. ,:: The suit, brought by two residents of Clay County

church came into possession of I when it was located in Middle- You should'a seen that fish" r uid a resident of St. Johns County is a second attempt to

!these two burial grounds: is not 'brg, or later, Whitesville. The ., halt purchase of the Naval base at Green Cove by the City.
known to the Rev. Gene Zimmerman only extant record dates back
'I Fishermen hereabouts are therefore one valuable fellowis The City's scheduled court action will seek a summary -
minister of the church. only to 1924 and transfers the
fishing with more vigor since still swimming around out .. .......
If' there would .'".' ''. decree of dismissal which requires 10 days notice. It
is anyone who property to the Methodist ,... :. .. .
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Steve Costello of Green Cove there just waiting to be caught.All :: : :
like to own his own cemetery Church i '.: :::h ',,:' : cannot therefore be heard before the week of June 17. A
caught a black bass worth $25. tagged fish except mullet .
;rr., Zimmerman may be contacted The other burial ground lies : : Mr Costello caught the one must be caught with a hook
at the church. south and west of Green Cove,
litigation which is holding sale of the Naval base
and one half pounder while and line to be eligible for the up on
lie older.of the two, situate off Spring Bank road, two miles .,w :_......,
fishing: ,off the docks at the cash awards. To collect the >.,.':>': which both the City and the State have made offers. The
in the middle of the it is .
Magnolia south of Route 16. Though .::" '
old Naval Base. It was one of award the fish must be takento ::,5 I City topped the State's offer by approximately 130000.
Springs apartment property less storied, it be the
the tagged fish in the Schlitz the nearest Schlitz whole-
> is, according to rumor, more. valuable of the two pieces :.. .. :..,: The second suit was filed in Clay County Circuit Court

Ahe last resting place of a giant of property. It was deededin Brewing Company's Florida saler.Mr. .- '.'..r.->.', late week by attorneys representing Edward Wiggins of Key-
Fishing Derby. The fish was Costello he has been
Indian who sometimes gets 1885 to the Simpson Metho- ..:.,. k. s r. stone; Frank Canova of Green Cove; and Rex Smith of
tagged in 1962 but Schlitz is trying to catch another tagged
restless at night. It is said dist Church, and its successors, St. Johns County, who also filed the original suit attacking
still paying up to $500 for 1961 fish since May 1 when this
that when this rumor was circulated by John W. and Annie D. Gat- I the constitutionality of a Florida legislative act empoweringthe
and 62 tags. one was hauled in. The Black
about a decade back, lin. ,''R bX y'a City to raise funds for the purpose of purchasing the
One fish worth $10000 has bass had a rather sad fate it.
tit area suddenly became Jess, Mr. Zimmerman says that he base. This suit was dismissed by Circuit Judge W. A. Stanleyand
been released in each zone was eaten by the Costello cat.
popular among youngsters than does not know whether or not has been appealed.The .

It had formerly been. there was ever a building call- I .: second suit attacks the legality of the city borrowing -
JJ yond the pale of !rumor, ed the Simpson Methodist Three Highs FOR YOUNGSTERSThe $750,000 from banking institutions to purchase the

however, the burial ground, Cburcfo. If there was, it has :..::">: :.. base until the revenue certificates can be validated.
urrounded by a vine-covered disappeared. Little, if anything, Clay County Library will The suit contends that the City can obtain revenue

:wire' fence, has within its fenc fa known of the Gatlins, though Graduate 132One present a vacation reading pro only through issuance of bonds not to exceed 15 percent of

ingan. .old headstone beating there is some reason to sup- gram: for all the youngsters in the total assessed valuation of property within the City and

t&4 name of Lieut. George De- pose they were -members of the hundred- and thirty two the county beginning June 14. : that $750.000 exceeds this percentage.The .

lap bf the United State* Reserve northern branch of ,the Methodist seniors are graduating from Those, ,interested may regis- :j City submitted a bid of $750.000 for the I.& o-.

Marine Service. Near it Church. the three high schools in the ter between Jane 14 and July 5 acre property shortly after the General Service AdminUtri

lies a stone of similar marble County and from this number, at any of the county libraries tion offered to sell the property to the state for 621400. The .

that is a memorial to Union RUSSELL BAPTIST CHURCH 71 plan to further their education or the bookmobile.This Thomas H. Henry will be named a vice president of The GSA had favored the state's lower bid because it was a cash

soldiers who died in this area ANNUAL HOMECOMINGThe at various colleges.Ten is a good way for children Bank of Green Core Springs next week, according to an anDouneement -. offer. A congressional committee last week ordered the GSA

in 1864. It was at this period of the students have to keep up their reading made this week by J. P. Hall, Jr., chairman- ,(. to- delay'disposal of the base after City official visited Wash-

that" Yankee garrison was Russell Baptist Church plans for joining the! military: during the summer and de. the board. Mr. Henry, a native of Morristown, Teiuw :has ington and placed their offer on a cash basis.
will hold annual services and six girls .from day velop additional skills that will
(stationed In.the. Magnolia its homecoming been associated with Duval County- 'loan companies for scv The Florida National Bank and the Bank of Green
Springs area. Other decipherable Sunday at 10 o'clock accordingto High plan to _enter nurses be belpful when they return' to oral years.fie is married' to the former Juanita Franklin Cove have offered to be repaid when the-revenue certificatesare
bear the of Rev. Jack HaH Pastor. training __. j jKt the classroom ,!in the! fall .: '- '
stones names, :
t t ? "Thisr"year' "also": Of,Morristown. Mr.:and Mrs. Henry have a, oneyearoldLson. ; issued. A Chicago firm"ha*'agreed to purchase the.m ruecertificates
mcbW1n tone-;Heights ,yesterday I ; 'themewill be *
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of the
James P. Kelly, of Chicago A history Robert. to finance purchase of the base. "
((1840-1888)) and. of OharleiYerfeon be given eta 1 :15, and following graduated 13 seniors and out centered ,around'' ranch life and ,. J_
Kelly.W. i that aSTjasket lunch will' of that number, 7 are to attend at the end of the program each

.Jl. Simons,. resident-manager be served on the gro ds. 'The college. Orange Park is child who reads a specified
will participate in graduating 56. Thirty Four are number of books will be pre- '
of Magnolia Springs apartments congregation Trailer Plant To Go. '
says that some years singing for the remainder' of to go to college and 6 are en- sented with a certificates of Ready 0';

ago an aged colored woman the afternoon. tering the military service. award. Anyone desiring addi- /
Clay High has 63 graduates. tional information may call the
Thirty of these have indicated nearest public library.. ; ;;'
New President 100 For 15 Jobs : I
they are going to college and Applicants J : .
four are going military
I Some other graduates have BUSY LAST MONTH

already procured jobs or are The day County Civil De-

h M entering other schools for train- fense Rescue Unit answered 5' i
ing in their chosen fields. One eight calls during the month o fin 1

t; ''student from Clay has enrolled May according to Ray Chance,

: in a school' for beauticians in County Civil Defense director.

Jacksonville and another hasregistered The calls were: assisting

with a business col- a drowning recovery on May\ 3;; ti .
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lege located in Jacksonville. a fire on highway 100 on May ar.

I 4; a standby for first aid al .,.

the ':\Middleburg e tho d i s t :,. 1

t 0 I FRANKLIN ELWOOD Church homecoming on May 5;; jz
a fire on highway 21, :May 9;; z,
I j Franklin E. Sitchberry: for
a drowning at Gold Head Lake "r
:mer of Keystone, died r
mayor r.
14 assisted f
on May by the
in a Gainesville Hospital, on ,
Keystone Volunteer Fire Department 4 f'
I Friday, May 3L Mr. Stitchberry -
; two fires 'n high-
; was 79 old. He lived '
way 21, May 18; and a fire it 4y
the early part of his life on
a .storehouse at Crystal Lake. -
I the Eastern Shore of Mary

I land. Around the turn of the ..
New Orange Park Lions president Glenn Alfred left is I century, (he joined the Bell Tele- TWO FAMILIES : i

congratulated by outgoing president Dr. Charles M. Rogers, phone Company, married, and PLAN REUNIONS -, .

while Lions International Counsellor Fred Morrow looks .n. settled down in New Castle, Descendants of two families

: Pa. Due to an injury, he was of early settlers in north Florida _'__ mmn'n'mn ._____nn____ ,,.,.. .
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Park's pensioned and he and his wife are planning reunions. TM, acording to Mr. Mundorf, employ three four
New may or
Orange Library moved to Keystone in 19391 The Wainright family plan to 1iirs t 24 Leave for
persons in Green Cove before the
Both he and his wife contributed meet at Gold Head State Park end of the week. However

!'. to the social and civic life of on June 9. Lunch will be served -I he said that employment would be slowed down by his present

V? xv the community, he being on the at 1 o'clock. All descendantsof ability to train personnel. The company's employment is scheduled -

council, and serving as mayor which there are estimated tote Burlington Training; to rise at the rate of three or four a week to a top of
I for a decade. : 2,000 are invited to attend
I 15 to 20 in the next sixty days. If._the company's salsa keep
I In 1954 his wife Patty died and bring food.
their present! uptrend, it is, possible it may-feare- So-
and in 1957, he married Mrs. The Thomas family plan to TM Begins Hiring : employee

i Nettie Young of Jacksonville, meet at Beulah Baptist Church within the next 24 months. :. -

wich whom he lived happily on highway 21 on June 16.. The In High Point, Conway Owings. managw Bttrifegtoa's l ; 'a
events of the with A ,cadre of 24 who will Burlington Indus : "
during his rer.vinuig years. day begin persons re-open Green Cove plant, told THE CRESCENT W feopei ifa. ? Barlington's
I k Survivors. include his widow regular c2 urob services followed .tries'. mil In Green Core about July 1 left on Sunday for HighPoint ':
employment In Green Cove would exceed 1&) I fcy
I I Nettie; a stepdaughter Mrs. by lunch at 1 o'clock.: After ; N. CL,. where theywin undergo 30 days of intensive. train-
Thelma Bunce; a stepson, Wil- this they win hold a brief busi- Sept. 1. Under present schedules all equipment is to be installed -
ing on stretch yarn machinery.
I liam Young; and a brother, ness meeting. AS relatives and : by that time.

Harvey, of Hialeah Fla. friends of this family are also Until their return, no other personnel will be employedby Under formula
I a released by the Small Bvsteess Administration -
Services were held on Mon- invited to attend. Burlington.
the economic effect of the employment of 100
day at the Jones Funeral Homein
> The went from Green Cove in four
group shows in
Starke, with burial in the STATE MOTORBOAT LAWA persons up a community by tie addition of $714000"
owned by the group. In High Point they are being housed in of personal annual income .
Keystone Heights Cemetery.Pall legislative act which bringsall $331,000 in retail sales and $10

bearers were Jess Lewis, boats in Florida under the hotels and motels. Burlington officials said that several couples? 000 in bank deposits :Under trip saoefSBA" ffrfrarfa,' fee employment

,ArOrange = Dr. Don Ghristoffers, Lindsay safety provisions of the state who had been employed for the 30-day training course had of 100 persons adds :,9?;passenger 'cans to the community

Walker, S. E. McKay, Bill Rey- motorboat law. spells out safe- made arrangements. Green Cove for the care of their chil three retail -
tnore establishments.and 380 more
nolds, and Don Pangbom. ty equipment and lighting requirements dren. peness.

and tightens en- The group of 24 persona; 14 mm and 10 women,. employed -
Burlington officials last week Interviewed a 'number of
by Burlington Industries who
forcement has been signed by went on Sunday for a 30-day
CALLING ALL SOFTBALL I school seniors in Green Cove and expressed'sat1sact1on that 'training at the
coarse company's High
Gov. Farris Bryant. It becomes Point N. C. plant are:
some of them would meet the future needs of:the Burlington 'Jack Garrard E. C. Dkkerson
Park's new library, first completed of the I effective July 1. mill. Hartzog, Ernest -
Under the law. the safety -' Foster, Elmer Dean Cox William Kersey Larry Vaaderwftt
of buildings, which will be the town's municipal Anyone 18 years of age and new : -
complex: : Is headed by BIrs. Emlie "Barnes shown above. Ac- over who is interested in play- regulations apply to all vessels Meanwhile, Herald itundorf" president of TM Traflej. Carlisle Hansford,. :Farris Wright. Ralph Galbreath James ..Har

center to Irs. Barnes, the library now has more than ing softball should come out .operating :uPOn the navigable -I' Manufacturing; Company, whicH is set to,"produce_its first: trailer per and John Daniels. Odell Martin,..Juanita Knbeck Evelyn

coring volumes and jg capable of handling approximately! to the football field (Clay waterways or inland lakes,I' in Green Cove before"the week's end revealed that approximately ;,,Dickersoo. Jackie Galbreath; Betty Hartzog; Jetty Foster.Sybil
5tp4g r 100 PerSons had applied to fins for woik'driring its Farmer, Joyce Mitchell Frances '
Orange Park's Friends of the Library will work at High) on Monday evening at pond streams or any other company Kelly and JUrcelle Heselseh.

yid 9000. jnore books J.IJ Jhe f9Jn1nmonths.. 7 o'clock. I waters in Florida. first week of operation in Green Cove. werdt.


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QT( Eounttj( Eresceut( fp/4 Good Man NOTICENotice A DESCRIPTION 57 lot ft.57 on ft Wall*,*>OF yM40jrt.St.PROPERTY belnga: facing)part NAME f )L / AMOUNT:...

of Block IS: Berrlans"B/C, NE ; '
An old man died this week in Rome. of Lot 1. Block 28. North Suburbs :.. ;\'.---- -.
as rec. In OR No. 3, / .'.
"We ,are fighting by ourselves alone: but, we are not He ,was the spiritual leader of half a billion men and womenof page -523. and Deed Book 99. ;.'J! .- \,}
: undismayed; the Impending Is hereby given that on the. 2nd day of July 196J :at 119 Willie MeTJandy .I*; .. 10.1r !
fighting for ourselves alone we await every language and hue around the world. sale page .,
Green Cove Springs County of Clay, State of Florida tax A tract of land extending 140 ...,. ,, -' *: /.....
assault. We must show ourselves equally capable of Unlike his predecessor he -was neither an aristocrat nor a certificates will be sold on the following: described land f to pay ft. on Lemon St. ,northerly on ., y -Y-\,, ..'.,.

meeting a""sudden violent shock or what Is'perhaps a harder great scholar. the amount due for taxes here inset opposite'-the same together Wall St. and on Wall St. 70 '" '"" > ... '
with all costs of such sale and all advertising. _f' ft. west from Lemon St. beinga .11.
test a prolonged vigiL But be the ordeal sharp or long, or both i But it is noteworthy even in Clay County where his religious DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY NAME AMOUNT part of Block 1. Berrlans #

we shall seek no terms we shall tolerate no parley; we may show followers are a minute minority that when he died they I East V of b. 97 Palmer &: Fer- Suburbs 5/D of Lot as rec.1. Block In Deed 28, North Book ,

mercy we shall ask for ,none. did not say of him that he had gained the greatest number of i Church.ris Tract Rec.except In D B Parts 63 P. 53 to Ernest Tippins ... ..... S 4.74 43. page 71 John and Martha Jones 11.231

Winston S. Churchill adherents they did not he had East 80 ftof Block lLot: 1. I ). : .
; say performed any miracles; ..'I; ...? .
Lot 7, Scottin's replat of west Block 28. Berrians S Ie. North '. ,..' .
14 July 1940 they did not say that he was very successful in abating the 2 13 of b. 97. Palmer &: Ferris Franklyn Rosenbush .... 18.55 Suburbs, as rec. in Deed Book

I Cold War. They said one and all that he was a good man. Tract. Plat Book 4. P. 50 9. page 30 & 593. except partto
Lot 8. Scotten's Replat of West Lodge Lot 29 Muldrow Lot w-
2 13 of Block 97. Palmer and and Lot to Allen Hattie MItfhell Heirs $.1 ,
ottikkct Ferris Tract B. 4 P. 50 Franklyn Rosenbush i.:.. 5.74 Lot 8 Block 2 of Lot 1. Berrians C\: \ .f" t

\ Hill Westerly Part of Lot J. Block S/D. Block 28 North Suburbs Martha & Neal Jones u.. .
Clay News Noles 101 Palmer &: Ferris Tract.
.' by DUNCAN GRONEK As rec. 'In OR. 45. P. 1Set Cbas. 'Widner, .::....,:." .... 21.70 Lot rians 10. S/D.Block Block 2, of 28 Lot North 1 Ber-Suburbs ,

Of 132 Clay County youngsters who are graduating this I Part of Lot-B BL. 103, PalmerFears Willie Coleman .,.,..... 10.15
& Rec. in OR
: Tract as Lots 1 & Block 3 of Lot 2.
week from our"three high schools. 71. more than half are 55 Page 301 Harvey Mears ...... .:...:. 18.55 Berrians: 3.S/D. Block 28 North *. t

planning to go to college. Six more plan to enter nursing train- HILL BAPTIST in lots, get this old cemetery I Lot 1, Block 3. a S/D of part Suburbs Armetta Adams ........ 9.31

the military services. CHURCH TO HOLD REVIVALThe so it is more attractive not of Lot C, Block 103. Palmer Lot 2. Block 3 of Lot%. Berrians
Ing and another 10 plan to enter one &. Ferris Tract Pauline Andreson ........ 3.7$ SID of Block 28. North Sub. Edward ,.. 18.55
Without knowing anything about the national averages. I Clay Hill Baptist Church such a wilderness and junk Lot 2. Block 3. a SID of part Lot 4, Block 4 of Lot 1. Block \

would say this is very good anywhere. is holding a revival series that pile as it appears to be now. Ferris of !Lot C, Block 103 Palmer &: Olina Andreson Heirs. '.... 10.15 28. North SuburbsLot Nola Herring.( W.: +...... 4.7<:

will add to our work force. There are quii few C, Block 4, Berrians S/D
who a
leaves 45 gravesof
Nonetheless it .
will run through Sunday Part of !Lot C Block 104. as of Lots 1 &: 2. Block 28, North

r Some of these unquestionably will be taken on by Burlington Services will be held nightly the relatives of numerous I &rec.Ferris in D B Tract'I' 102. P. 318 Palmer John P. :Dewoo "i.u..<, 11.73 Suburbs Daisy. Lee Davis. ....... 18.55
people not just in Part of Block 28. North Suburbsas
perhaps a few others by TM. Highlandbut .... ........
at 7:30 o'clock. Part of Lot H, Block 105, Pal- '} rec. in OR 37, page 77 Eloise Hunter 10.ll
the fact that this week approx- other placaes sleeping '& Ferris Tract '
as reain
Stack these figures against mer
Pastor James Saunders invites I' A lot 85 X 100 ft. in North Cen-
: OR 44. P. 426 Jack B. Ward ..........., 21.70
imately 100 persons applied for 15 jobs at TM. and TM officialssay there, so why not clean up and tral part of lot 3. Block 28.
one and all to come joinin Part Lot Block 106 Palmer
of only three or four the last I of North Suburbs as Rec. in DB ....... .
that these must be employed at a rate these where beautify resting placeof & Ferris Tract as reaD 70. 481 Nola Herring .. 4.1"
of training them as they 'go to worship services these people and make this I B 109 P. 416 James & Phyliss Crews .. 18.55
'week because of the necessity A lot 25 X 111 ft. in NW part
congregational and special cemetery more attractive to the i Part of Lot C Block 106, Palmer of lot 3. Block 28 North
singing as well as gospel &: Ferris Tract as rec. Suburbs, as rec. in Deed
inevitable conclusion is that while a very large numberof public? Make it look like some-I in DB 109. P. 418 Eldon :J. &: Annie Robinson 18.55 Book 7 page 338. less part to
preaching will be enjoyed Nola Herring ........... 4.74
in Jacksonvilleand Part of Lot C. Block 106. Palmer wiles
Clay County citizens are finding employment one cares for the ones who I
nigthtly. &: Ferris Tract as rec. DB Part of lot 3. Block 28 North
other places we are still exporting our most valuable pro- are sleeping there? It can be I 99, P 428. except part rec. In Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book .

' duct: young men and women who go off to other areas to find Bro. Connie Johnson, pastorof done, you know! If you are interested DB 109. P 406 &: 418 Elsie Shedd ............ 7.74 58 Page. 421 Klnora &: Jimmle Bennett .74

Shiloh Baptist Church, Green f Lets 8. 9, 10. 18. 19. 20. Block 2 Part of lojt 3. Block 28, North

work.As Cove Springs, is the evan- get in touch with our Eldorado Heights as rec. In Suburbs, as rec. in OR No. 48. Arthur Brown ......... 15.19
of this writing the tug of war over the Naval base con- paster, the Rev. George Chism. DB 11 P. 308, Palmer &: Ferris page 245
gelist. ract The Palms Broadcasting
tinues. If one side could ever have been accused of procrastination and he will give more light. on Corp. ................... 3L67 Part of Lot 3. Block 28. North
t This series of services will Suburbs bound on North
the other side today is guilty of the same sort of thing. this subject. Of course dona- 'Part of Lot F. Block 107. Palmer by Ed Albert Lot. East by
I come to a climax on Sunday, & Ferris Tract being the
: Major, South by Johnson West
For as I have observed in these lines before the Govern- tions will be needed to do some
East 238
of the East
Ft. ,923
June 9th when the church will by Washington Lane as rec. Hattie Major .......... 5.11
ment has said from the very beginning that it wanted every dimeit of this work too; who will} help? ft. of the North 141% ft. in DB 11. page 191
celebrate homecoming day. as rec. in Or. 26. P 486 Robert Foster ...... 26.95
,,could get out of the base. If the opposition to the city's purchase I Part Of lot 3. Block 28. North

will make fiasco Bro. Clarence Knight, a former Part-of Lot F. Block 107. Palmer Suburbs, as rec. In Deed Book Allen Austin ............ 10.1S
the a
of the base is convinced that city We had a wonderful serviceat &: Ferris Tract as Rec. In DB 95. page 44. Berrian's S/D
pastor, will bring the homecoming 29, P. 305 ..
Ellis & Annie Hardee 26.95
of running it. why don't they persuade State officials: in Talla- the Highland church Sunday : Part of Lot 7. Block 29. North
which will be Lot 3. Flamingo'Four S/D of
take the base. If the State message Suburbs, as rec. in Deed Book .... 3.7S
hassee to top the city's offer and morning in more ways Part of Palmer &: Ferris, Tract 46 376 Willie Mae Freeman
followed dinner the page
I can make a profit on the base at $620,400, it can make a profiton by on ,than one. First, we had 64 pre PB S, P. 37 Jimmy Harper 21.91 Lots 1, 2. S, & 4. SID of lot C
grounds and congregational! as East % of Lot W East of A C L
It at 760000. sent in Sunday School and 52 of Lot 6, Block 29, North Ida N. Cooper ......... 9.73
well special asinging in the Ry. as rec. in Or. 14, P., 379 Suburbs
The point is, I believe, that the opposition to the city's as of these were 100 per cent Palmer &: Ferris Tract.A. David &. Evelyn Knight .. 18.55 Easterly 90 ft. of Part of lot

purchase of the base started out and proclaimed itself a couny- afternoon. members. It is almost needlessto Lot West of A C L Ry. and 8. Block 29. North Suburbs. Naomi Smith ET Al . S.47
Again Pastor Saunders extends North of Center St. as rec. as rec. in OR No. 25. page 403
wide effort at industrialization. Against the advice of many of say, but we will, the Pri- in DB 54, P. 310. Palmer &: Part of
its friends it put all its its eggs in the Naval,basket. It was going a hearty invitation to marya won the banner again Ferris Tract. Bob Weaver 6.79 Suburbs, as rec. in DB 47, page

Middleburg and one and all, "Come let us worship Part of Palmer &: Ferris Tract 448 and Deed Book K. page Dorothy Mitchell ....... IS.lt
to make industrial surveys of Keystone and and but the Sunday before (I was as rec. in DB 84, P 56 Daisy Mae Thomas 5.95 642Part

a Clay Hill and Orange Park. fellowship together"Last absent!) the young people won I Lot 14 and 15. Dewitt's S/D J. P. &: Geneva Revels .... 13.72 of lot 8. Block 29, North

Perhaps the surveys have been made. Perhaps there are industries the banner with a grade of 98 Lot 22, Dewitt's. SID Arvilla Aldridge 10.15 Suburbs 51. as 20 rec. in OR No. Dave & Zola Johnson .. .. 11.73

which are awaiting just a word from those who oppose week this writer correspondent Part of Lot 23, Dewitt's 8/D, West page 72 ft. of West % of Lot
or what ever she percent. Next on our 'program I as rec. in OR, No. 26 page 236 Louise Battle .. 5.74 10. Block 29, North Suburbs Ed. Bartley ...... ...... 1919
of the base. If there I think these industrial
city ownership
are Sunday morning had the Lot 1, Block 16, Less
. we part to Lot 1. SID of lot 12. Block 29
',1 prospects should not be held up; I believe they should be draggedin might be was on the sick list house well filled for preaching SRD. Idlewild Park Mrs. James W. Ott 5.74 North Suburbs as rec. in OR

by their feet and settled in locations all over the County. For again unable to write <(
column for a paper or even we All Block 42. Idlewild Park James E. Padgett 8.47' Lot 2. SID of lot 12. Block 29
it; may: be Christmas before- the question of the base is ever timethat the next greatest Lots 5 &: 6. Block 47, Idlewild North Suburbs Annie Small ........... 1,1'
settled and these people should not be kept waiting. write a note. The sad part of it
blessing, Nellie Wilkinson was Park James E Padgett J-75 Easterly 100 ft. of Lot 4 S/D of
Not only that but our boys and girls should not be kept I is, as many years as I have able Parts of Lots 2 &::3. Block 2*, Lot 12. Block 29. North Suburbs
to home from the hos-
l used this I have P B Hamilton as _rec. DB 90. as rec. in OR No. 39. .... II.IS
1 waiting. They ,will want jobs now or they will go somewhereelse. typewriter 478 Stokes i Peacock ......
pital and at church P. 386 Title Co .... 6.74 page
present Green Cove ....... 1'.55
't still been unable to teach it to Lot 1. Block 30. North SuburbsSE Joe Andrews ..
; eves if she did have to use a Lots 4. 5. 6. &: 7 and North 80
'i The base has become a political football and our youngstersnot write unless someone "punchesthe Ft. of lots 3 &: S, Block 31, Quarter of Lot 3. Block 30
Walker to walk with. Also, P B Hamilton SID Lumber Co. ...... 37.66 &: West tt of lot 3. Block 30
had Mason ,
( to _speak of our merchants) are suffering. Let those who keys" and I no one here Bessie Strickland: and 'May Bell West 10 ft. of Lot 3, B. 35, all North Suburbs as rec. In Deed Leo K. Holland .......... ll*>*

, proclaimed they could Industrialize the County industrialize it.Tune's who could do this for ne, therefore lot 4. Block 35, P B Hamilton Book 70. page 489
i awasting. no news from this part of, were present, it seems S/D' except part to 8RD Bob Arenburg' .. 18.55 SW North Quarter Suburbs of Lot 2. Block 30 Annie Stewart ......... *.**
I Icouldn't they take "time about" being f Lot 8. Block 35. P .B Hamilton -sa, W,,
the country. Sorry, but it S/D. George*Deel ...' 51.63 SE uuarter of Lot 3, Block 30
"FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS" sick and missing or both ere r North Suburbs Delsey & Wilford Davis .. 2191
be helped but we feel Lot 10, Block 3$. P B Hamilton ,
out at the same time. Some of Dyal .. ;..- .... ..:'..31U NB:Quarter of Lot( 3. Block 30
missed much in : Quy .1.... : *.?*
no one not : ,: Suburbs Donsella S. Stevens
North "Itr"
,M FLORIDA ,1973 ol Florida will tax our ingenuity the other sick folks were able East H of Lot 5. Block 7. 3reen ;:z. 1>- t

by in providing all types of modern having this column to read. to be present also. But! the I Cove SpringsLot EL F."ADderson4Heln' ...:' 68.95 Part 30. of North the Suburbs NE Quarter as-ree.of Lot in .-;-*' \

i business communications. New Hope to do better-for awhileat greatest ofall 2. Block 18. Green Cove Deed, Book 29, page 265 May Williams ..... ....... S.47
CLAUDE J. YATES blessing was
and flexible communications I Springs .. 26.95J. .
more least. I Harry BucholU ; Part of Lot 4. Block 30. North
t I I.. Vice President I services will be-required. and we after the wonderful sermon Lot 4. Block 28. Green Cove Suburbs, as rec in OR No. 22.
Springs .......... 1915
1 and General will be prepared to meet these'Incensing Brother George delivered to us! P. Revels 51.63 page 585 Helen Williams
I ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuartof Lots 1 &: 2. Block 29. Green Part of Lot 5. Block 30. North
Southern Bell TefepboM dematida. When the invitation was given, Cove SpringsA. James D. Butler 26.95 Suburbs as in rec. in OR No.

Telegraph Company I Southern Bell's most important Jacksonville were recent visitors I
I. to the Stri Idands. This Lot 1, Block 30, Green Cove Lot 7 Block 30 North
Part of ,
Jacksonville, Florida job in the next ten years Is to I gisle was our neighbor. Floyd .
Springs in O R
as rec. 19,
I think and for was the first time we had seen P. 336 Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book Forrest ... .. 375
plan continuously I John upon the profession of William &: Juanita Glover 26.95 44. page 46 Mamie (Lee
The growth' of Florida is a the future for we invest millions Charlie and Mable for ages and West Half of Lot 4. Block 33
,faith and his wife, Louise, by Part of Lot 1, Block 30, North
twentieth century phenomenon. In ,of dollars annually based on our ages. They had been to the Green Cove Springs Thomas E &: Jennie Wagoner Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book

1900, there were a half-million faith in the future. letter, then another neighbor ............ .... ....... 51.53 44. page 48 Johnnie Knot ........... 3:75:

people in Florida today, there Long Branch cemetery and decided Francis Lang, upon professionof Lots 2 &: 3. Block' 36, Green I, Part of Lot 7. Block 30, North
The expected growth In the next to visit us for a few min- Cove Springs Jessie &: Lerna Parker 35.35 Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book
is in excess of 5K million. And faith. Buddie and Nellie Wil- Annie Stewart ... .. .... 2-75
I ten years win not be without probe utes. It is nice to have old West 97 fU ctf Lot 2, Block 43 38. page %73'
the amazing flung about Fkuida'sgrowth kinson as rec. OR 23. P. 426 Harris 43.75
lems problems which must be were fellowshipped back June Part of Lot 7. Wiles S/D Block
is that the bulk of it has [ friends and new ones-call onus into the church. had Lot 3, Block 48, Borden's Oak 30. North Suburbs as rec. in Jr. & Mattie' Francis
faced by all responsible Flocidians. They goneto Eugene : ,
,, occurred in little more than a even if it is just a few St. S/D Green Cove SpringsLot Estelle Kaczmar 13.51 Deed Book 68. page 18 .. :. . .. ...........,?. lo.is
decade. We have gained morepopulation Our educational facilities will another church to try to 8. Block 49. Borden's Oak Part of Lot 2. Block 31. North
be taxed to the limit and if we minutes. help where they felt, help was I St. S/D. Green Cove SpringsLot Richard &: Ruby Crockett 31.99 Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book

in the last 12% years expect to continue to be a leaderIn The Clay Hill church enjoyed 4, Block 50, Borden's Oak 91. page 275 Louis Hendrteks ...... 191
needed but felt at home
than we did in the preceding 130years. the with subsequentspace a weiner roast Friday night. never St. S/D. Green Cove Springs Part of Lot 3. Block 31. North
H space age until they came back to High- : Less Part to SRD Richard Crockett 17.71J. Suburbs as rec. in OR No. 45

Q age contracts and business Of course, all had a nice time, land. Talk about : West half of Lot 1, Block 51 page 312 Oliver Coleman ......*... 1S55
In Florida !the 20th a !happy time
1950. was we must plan now to provide the and aH, especially the youngerones Borden's Oak St. S/D. Green Part of Lot 4. Block 31 North
largest state in the nation. Today. necessary higher education and well, you should have been Cove SpringsLot D. & Inez Hunter 10.15 Suburbs, as rec. in OR No. 11. -,

we rank ninth and many peoples research facilities. Industry is be- enjoyed the weiners. This there. Tears of joy? Sure they' S. or East H of lot lying page 438 Raymond Feeder tI...... 1519

predict we will be In the top five churchannounces their Home-I' North of Block 36. Green Cove Part of Lot 4, Block 31. North # "$t" .
coming more complex daily: and were fall fast end unashamedby
Springs. Less Part to SRD Emilyn Arrents .. 21.70 Suburbs, as rec. in Deed Book
in a few short years. our schools must provide the technically coming next Sunday and invite the major part of the congregation. North 37 ft. of the East % of 105 page 461 Ned Bdwards .......... .. 1519

i Impressive facts, yes! But they > trained young people nec- all to attend. Lets be All of Nellie and Lot W. or North 37 ft. of Part of Lot 1, Block 32. S/D of

are completely: ] overshadowed by essary to meet these new and there! The Rev. Clarence Buddie's family were present, East Block H 38 of, Green lot lying Cove Sprgs.Northof Lycurgus Salter ........ 13.72 corner Lot 8. of North Lot Suburb.8, facing at 60 NE ft. --'*.

the anticipated growth in the next demanding requirements. Knight is to be the preacher of Part of the North % of Block on Middleburg Ave. as rec. in

10 years. We anticipate that by Florida has a diversified economy the day. why shouldn't they be 8. North Suburbs as rec. in DB Deed Book 16, page 278 Jasper Bailey .......s.10.16

1, 1973 Florida will have a population and is rapidly becoming a Mr. Burlie LJoutza of Norton Again, why shouldn't hapPY'1 18. P 440 Frank Bryan .... 18.55 Part of Lot I, Block 32, North
Lot S. Block 7. Wilson & Kirk- Suburbs as rec. In OR No. 11.
of 8-2 million and that households major industrial state. This is of Va. was in these parts last r-appy that one, soul had I patrick S/D. North SuburbsLot : Mrs. John Wolf ..... 10.15 page 437 Bmfly Jehnsen ....!..... 3-75'

t wm increase fron. 1.7 million great Importance as the economyof found the Lord, and we had 9, Block 13, Wilson &: Kirk- Lots 5 & 6, SID of Lot I, Block

l to 2.6 minion. This growth the state must provide some weeks, called by our house to two dearly beloved neighbors patrick S/D. North Suburbs Mrs. C. W. Jones 31.67 32. North SuburbsLot James WMte ......... 1.7'

will be of national importance in 80.000( ) jobs a year just to main- visit his daughter, Anita. He who have Part of Lot 2. Block 16, Smith 8. SID of lot 8. Block 32.
mwe prayed many North SuburbsLot Nannie Burten .......... 3.7$
North. Suburbs
Plat of Block 16. -
that it win make Florida one of tain the expansion pace of the has (returned to Norton.
a ai prayers for to accept our Lord as rec. In OR 24 Page 14, Block 53. North Suburbs D. W. Fallerton .... . 2L7
the most politically powerful late 1950s.'Providing. The Edwin Knight family 19.71
i as Saviour! Why shouldn't wee 249XW'LY M. Lockett Lot 3. Block 59. North SuburbsLot Est. Theresa, Clayjtfn .. 5.74James
states la the nation. municipal servicesfor visited awhile with us Strick- 31.8 ft. of lot 8, Block
5. Block P. Shands Plat . lt.55
? alli10 E. Jones ..
I happy Suppose 1'. North Suburbs Raymond Collins. Jr. .... 16.87 .e.
,r Naturally, we anticipate a similar this increasing population will ands! Sunday afternoon, and Part of Lot 6 &: 7. Block P.
growth in the telephone busi require additional taxation. Busi- read this attend- church West % of Lot 2. Block 18 North Shands Plat as ree. in OR No.
:: talk about somebody singing! some-I Suburbs Ruth Lockett :Messer .. 35.35 -
Southern and in Florida where next Sunday 35, Page 505 Best CenstruMloni.14
As of January 1963. ness industry must
ness. South Vt of Lot 4 Block 18 North
We all tried to how .
see Lot Block .
many 1. Q. Sbands Plat Willie Mae Freeman .. 15.19
Bell operated a total of 1.562.000 be prepared to share this increased next, right on and on, and see Suburbs Wilbur Lawson 11-73
we could sing all turn- I Lots 3. 5. to 11 IncL, Block Q
telephones in Florida a one million tax bill. songs if you aren't on the happy !side: Lots 1. Block 1'. N. Suburbs Emilyn Arrents 17.71 Shands Plat Wilbur Lawson .. ...?,. 21.91

increase over 1953. By 1973,'I Increasing urbanization will ed loose and were free to yell too. It is wotrh trying! j East % of Lot 1. Block 20 North Hall 5.74 Lot 12. Block Q. Shands Plat Emanuel Center ... .. 11."

Southern Bell will have a 2.800,000 place great demands on our municipal I tis big as they pleased and even Suburbs W. R. Lots 1. Block U, Sbands Plat Annie Mae Freeman .'*.. *-7J
East half of Lot 2. Block 20.
.Telephones! in the state. There are transportation systems. make all of the mistakes they North Suburbs less northerly Lots 4 &: 6. and Lot 10. BlockW.
trends in these figuresIn FREE CHEST X-RAYS 72 ft- thereofA W. R. Hall .. 8.47 Shands Plat less part ree.
Interesting be in the could make nobody censored
Housing must provider
in Deed Book 109 page 309 Wilbur Lawson . ..
lot 50 70 ft.
14 ft.
JUNE by on
that we expect the number of face of decreasing available land. nobody one was as guilty as 13. I corner of Lot 5. Block 20. Lots 5. Block W. Shands Plat Silas C 4s.n ... . ..1.74

households with telephone service These are only a few of the- another! All that was wrong Free chest X-rays win be I North Suburbs as roe in Deed Lot 8. Block W. Shands Plat Wilbur Lawson .. . .

3o Increase 9 per cent to a total many things which must be faced available to in the Book 4. Page 228 Wilbur LawsoJ: a.4gar>... 21.79 Lot 9. Block W. Sbdtnds Plat Wilbur Lawson .. . 1L73
the cent with this arrangement, this big everyone Lot 1, Block 21. North SuburbsLot Viola McDadflEsbif ei.." 19.15 Lot 11 & Part of lot 10. BlockW.
cent 1973.
of over 80 per ; per for Florida Opportunity 2 and of Lot << Block
mouthed too kk County on June 13 and 14. according part 4. Sbands Plat. as rec. InDeed
W extension telephones to homes will be unlimited. Growth should person 21, North Suburbs Wilbur Lawson ... .... 21.70 Book 109. 309 James & Luevlaa Reese I. 11."
with telephone service should In- create additional demand and and weak to pound the keys and to Dr. A. Y. Coving- Lot 7. Block 21. North Suburbs Ethel Williams .. ..... 10.15 Lots 22 & 22, Block CX. Shands
South half of Lot 13. Block 21, Richard & Corrine .MHleif. 19.15
crease from 34 per cent to <7 per business should expand but it yell at the same time so she ton. County health officer. North Suburbs William Bryant (..... .. U.SS Lot Plat 15. Block HX. Shands Plat Frank Bryant: :..... 5.74

cent. There is a growing move. will only Increase and grow if the took the keyboard for most of Through the co-operation of North 67 ft- of Lot 2. Block 22. Lot 19. Block HX Shands Plat Mamie Kfrklaad ... .I 1115
line', industry North Suburbs Alberta Chambers ... .. 4-27 Lot 9. Block IX. Shands Plat Naomi Rlehards3 nu. .v .L I.K
ment to a second telephone leaders of today's business. her mistakes! Anyway we all the State Board of Health and .. .
15.19 Richard Jb
Lot 8. Block 22. North Suburbs George & Rosa Stewart Lot 15. Block IX Shands Plat CerrJn... MUlerf. 3.75
m the home for teen-agers. and state government plan for enjoyed this get together and the Tuberculosis Association. Lots 1 and East 25 ft. of South Lot 13 and 14. and 16. Block MX. '
Jessie .. ..j *
1973 2, Block 23. Shands Plat HlUrd *A*
The continued industrialization I today the County health unit makesa U. ft. of Lot
invite these folks back
again- North Suburbs also a lot U' Lot 21. Block 8X Shands Plat Donald SbI'H1c ... . -75
biennial An annual Lot 4. Block TX. 8hands Plat Sally Ua, Andersen . U.7Z:
EVERY THURSDAY and anyone else who will come, survey. by 10 In SW corner of Lot 2. ,
Block 23 Annie Fleming Barfield 26.95 Lot 1. Block VX. Shands Plat Jasper Bryant | ,.
BYCRESCE."T I green pink, brown or yellow, survey Is made for teachers Lot 4. except Northerly 31 ft, North half of Lot 2. Block VX

and will just sing and yell food handlers and dairy work- Block 23 North Suburbs Bennie Adams .. ....... 11.83 and West half of North half
PRESS. INC. we Lot f. Block 23. North Suburbs Frank Berryhlll ...,;.... 1.11 of Lot 6. Sbands Plat Geo. MeArtanr ... . .111.$1
Green Cov Springs, Florid until we can't yell any more Lot 13. flock 24. North _Suburbs Annie P. Brown et al .... 15,19 Lots 2 and 5. Block VX Shands

then eat cake and drink coffee ers.The schedule of X-ray locations Southeast quarter off Lot 4. Block Plat Leonard ft Beatrice Garnvr'Oscar
Phone 234-3166 North Suburbs Frank Jones' No. 2 ....... %..21 ***."" '
'This applies to all not Just follows: Part 25. of Lot 1.. Block 26. North Lot 7.' Block VX Shands Plat Bryant .. ... .. . tit
Agnes V. Jones .. .. ..
Suburbs in Deed Book Lot 12. Block BB. Shands Plat .1'5
as rec
NATION*! ItlTOIIAL the folks of the Highland Penney Farms Post Office 71. Pare 140 Durham Arline .......... 10.15 Part of Lot 1. Block 34. Shands

church! This is a good way to 11 until noon. ,June 13.Runtley's North 50 ft. of the West 120 ft. plat as rec. In Deed Book 91. Heirs W. C. Turner .. ..
At9cf3" 30
of Lot 2. Block 26. North Suburbs. t
improve on our singing if you ddJeburg-12:30 as ree. la Deed Book 16. Block 9. except Lots 1. 2. West

don't believe it, try it for until 3. June 13. page 273. Book 18 page 297. half of Lots 3 & 4. North 50
and part of L 2. Block 18 Joe Fleming ............. 11.83 ft. of East half of Lot 3 and
awe and see. Our hotu Is Keystone corner Rte. 100 North 7- ft. of Lot 1. Miller's North 50 ft. of Lot 5, Golden

EDITOR __.---.........-"_-___...... ..-... Duncan Qroner open to ,anyone wishing to get and 21-4 until o'clock.. June S/D. Block 27. North SuburbsLot >> Ulysses tc.: Earl.Johnson. .. 3.75 Gt Manor Ernest Ttppins' .... . Sj |
.. Annie Jones SID .f Lots Lots 5. C. 7. A 8. BL 13. Golden
GENERAL MANAGER Eugene Kozm out in the woods and HOLLER! 13. 3 and 4. Block 27. North Suburbs Gate Manor Phillip Carmiehael . 21.95
James T. Eason ..'.:.... 4.74 Block 15. except Lots T. 8. and .
Orange Park corner Kings- West 57 ft. of the West 230 ftof l0. all Blocks 21 and 37. Golden
Post Office.GreeMCove .
Entered: Springs as secoad Florida Class Matter under tbe Jaly'l5.Act of IMS.March at the X. 1SST. Z'he Highland church is try ley & Rte. '-10 untIl 1. Jane Block 1. Lot 1. Block. 28.North Gate Manor Ernest TIpplus ... . T.74

-,- _.. ClaM t1..tate paid at Crm C*.. ..*..*.. Flm.One' to Suburbs Bertians S/D Block 31. except Lots 1. 2. 2. 4.
'e- .> ing to develop & project 14.Green as rec. la Deed Book 42. page f and B. Golden Gat.- Manor Ernest Tlpplas .. .. . >r: 5Colesaa
IQ.SCRRTIOtS PAT dean up the land around the Cove. Orange Ave. at 51. exceptpart ree.In OR No. > North 49 TU of Lot ,. and all f I' : T
1 21. .page 236. ft: OR No.'42.; 9. b- Lots 11 *ad 12. Block 32. Golden

Year-tn advance ... MOO cemetery, lay 'the cemetery off Walnut until 6. June 14. 184 Annie .Small r>"< ._... ... .... T.74. Gate Manor ... t. HawkQIatt _..... .. . f83S f! ,- ,

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I Green Cove Socials who College is attending of the Armed the Industrial Forces in Miss Carlisle To Wed Mrs. Linnie Duncan, NO.FLEET 98 RESERVE HOLDS MEMORIALDAY POST MCCARTHY TARRWEDDING

Washington, D. C. Ca.pt. van Owner of OaklandFor SERVICES
I Mrs. Allen Tilley and her sign Tilley and his brother, der Maaten, has been assignedto Those who lost their lives at Miss Nancy Jean McCarthy -
; daughter, Mary Ann, are visit- Donald, of Paducah, Kentucky, Sesabo, Japan for his next Over 50 Years and James Russell Tarr
ing Mrs. Tilley's parents, Mr. will join them here for a brief duty. He will leave sea were remembered last will be united in marriageon
f and Mrs. Baxter Williams. En- visit before leaving for San ton, D. C. the end of washing-I Services for Mrs. Linnie D. Thursday, May 30th, by the June 9th t 4 o'clock in
I Diego where Ensign and .)Irs. two of the children Cindy and Duncan owner of the Oakland local Fleet Reserve Post No. the First Methodist Church,
I Tilley will make their home. Crock, ,td-drive toCalifornia I Hotel since 1912. were held yes- 98. A beautiful floral wreathwas Green Cove Springs. A reception -
i THEATRE Mrs. Tilley is the former Peggy where >they will join Mrs. van terday at St. Mary's Episcopal dropped about five miles will follow at the!
CLAV phone 2S46111SalSim Williams.Sp. der Maaten; who will fly with Church. off the coast at Jacksonville VIA Womans Club. All 1

2 Peontln.o.s their son, Chuck .to visit her .... Mrs. Duncan. who was 88 Beach, at 9 a.m. of this Mem- friends and relatives are invited -
I 4 and Mrs. James R. parents in California. Mrs. van years old. died Monday at Clay oril Day. to attend.
i Phone 284-6711 Cruise, who have been visiting der Maaten and' the children Memorial Hospital after a long Arrangements had been made
a his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James will spend about, month with illness. by Shipmate L. M. Showalterfor
I Mon. thru Fri. one show only I R. Cruise, Sr., left recently for her parents in ,California before A native of Connecticut. Mrs. a utility to accomplish this the open hatch as the drop was
Box office opens 7:15 p.m. Boston, Mass., where Mr. joining Capt. van der Duncan and had husband the mission flyng from NAS Jack- made.! Asilent prayer was on
I, Feature Begins 7:45 pan. I Cruise has been asigned. They Maaten in Japan. late George R. Duncan pur- sonville. The actual dropping of everyone's lips in remembm't
I Thurs. Fri, & Sat. spent about 4 weeks in Green :. z & :. : chased the Oakland from a Dr. the wreath was performed by ance of all the brave shipmateswho
I June 6, 7, & 8 I Cove upon their return from Cadet David Fisher, a student > Reed a retired physician who vice president Phillip Puhl of have lost their lives in defense -
DIAMOND HEAD Germany, where they were stationed at V. P. L, Blacksburg, had operated it for several years ,the local Post. With hats off, of their beloved eoun- ,
I Charlton Heston for over two years. Va., recently spent the week- prior to that. The building is the aircraft crew stood about trY ,
end with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. V : ; V.V: said to have once been the dor- {
NAKED SPUR Mr. and Mrs. Williams Reed Hansen and family. He attended \ mitory of a girls' finishing {
James Stewart of Tallahassee spent the week- the Junior-Senior with school.
prom .
.,.. :: :: During its heyday the Oak- DANCING I
I end with his parents Mr. and Pat Hansen. .y
I late Show Sat. Night 10:30 Mrs. Herman Reed. On Sun- land was a center of Green tLi ,
ON STAGE day; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wil- Mrs. Hazel Cartwright spent Cove society patronized by a Every
"DR. EVILS TERRORS liams and their children, Steve last weekend at the Cherry : i number of northern visitors. 3 FRI., SAT. and SUN.
OF THE UNKNOWN" Jean and Joyce of Palatka Plaza Hotel in Orlando, where Last summer operation of Round and Square
.. ON SCREEN joined them here! for the day. she attended the Library Work- : ...ti .::4 .AY\iS vYi the hotel was taken over by Dancing on Saturday Night
-HOW TO MAKE Ool. and Mrs James T. Durham shop as the representative from i Thomas C. Williams. It was at V
t A MONSTER" and their children moved Clay County. that time that Mrs. Duncan L&T GRILL
from Magnolia Springs apart- moved into the home of Mrs.
Sun., Mon., & Tues. ments this week. Col. Durhamhas Cmdr. (ret.. and Mrs. Len- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carlisle of Green Cove Springs an- Annie Eddy. Following a heart ,...e Music By
been assinged to Ft. Lee, ard Showalter are deep sea their attack 10 days ago she was JIMMY COX'S BAND
June 9, 10, & 11 nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of
Va., where they will make their fishing off Daytona, Beach. moved to the hospital. 9l?4 Miles 'South on Hwy. 17 Green Cove SpringsFLu
e home. daughter, Carol Ann, to Tommy. M. Brown. Miss Carlisle is a The services yesterday were
I The Rev. Gene Zimmerman member of the graduating class of Clay High School and the conducted by the Rev. RobertJ.
I of the First Methodist Sudlow rector of St. Mary's.
Rev. and Mrs. C. E. van der minister
Starting: June 12 Methodist Church. Mr. Brown, the son of Mr. and Airs:
[Maaten had a visit of several Church Is attending the an- Pall bearers were Dr.T. Luke
WHITE MIRACLE STALLIONS OF THE I:days last week from their son, nual Methodist Conference in Thomas Brown of Green,Cove Springs is a recent graduate of Glennon, Carl Rosenbush.Tom-
: Robert der Maaten Lakeland. my Williams J. C. Fletcher,
Capt. van Lillian Watkins School and is currently the assistant managerof
Herman Reed and James T. This Week's
the Handy'Way Store. Norton.

Burial was In Hickory Grove ";
.. The' wedding will be solemnized Sunday, June 9, at 2 Cemetery. Helm Funeral Home S :

'FREEZERS .... New .& Used E p.m. at the Methodist Church of Green Cove Springs with the was in charge of arrangements.Mrs. : i i!.: BONUSBUYS
.Duncan's sole survivor is :,
ON Rev. Gene Zimmerman officiating A reception will follow at %$ :
I a niece. Mrs. Ethel Slivernail. ?
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I I! ,Orange Park SocialsMiss --Events Of Wee! O.P.'Mr &Miss Senior" fltJOW YOUR s' 0 USUALLY OCCASIONALLY TAKEN CAUGHT IN NETS __4 U

Orange Park High School .w. 1I! DJWITH HOOK AND LJNK IIf.JI

Kay Smith, daughter of of the Orange Park Methodist Commencement.-Friday, June< & TO EAT 665

!Irs. Ruth Smith of Grasshopper Church, is attending the Metho- 7, at 8 p.m. at Cotney Sta- KNOW AS CAV/AR I

Lane was an attendant dist Conference in Lakeland. He dium. fiS E5ARE

last Saturday, in the -weddingof plans: to return in time for his Orange Park Lions Monday, : 1

:her schoolmate Marie last sermon here on Sunday June 10, at 8 p.m. at the hd 1

Young, to Richard Thiele ins morning. Lions Club

New York City. The bride, a Orange Park Masonic LodgeNo. S _

former resident of Lake City 'Miss Edna Moore plans to re- 267-:Monday, June 1C,, _1 Y

attended Jacksonville University turn home from her trip ,to An- at 8 p.m. at the Masoni 5
I. with Kay. napolis for June Week tomor- Hall. 1 ,,Y THE STURGEON A
./VIN6cossiL. J-DCK-
row. Orange Park Givitana-Tuesday : ROWS

Mr .and Mrs. den Smith of I June 11, at 7 p.m. at OF BONY '' /NS LIKE ANCESTO
Stowe Ave. have as house Charlie's Restarant. 3 PLATES -
guests this week his mother' EPPERT POLK Orange Park Area Jaycees- 9 LJNB '' -- YEARS A6O 0 GROWS 1

I 1 Mrs. Bruce Smith, his sister Miss Patricia Kay Eppertand Tuesday June 11, at 8 .pjn ; ( /JDlIY SLOWLY TAKING AS0VT

Mary Smith, and Miss Patsy William Derwood Polk at the Town Hall. 7.0 YEARS TO MATt/RS

{1 Arnold, all of Trenton, Ga. were married last Saturday Orange Park Presbyteria: .: 9 AN ANADKOMWS f/Sff
I i ir evening at 7:30 o'clock in the :Women Day Circle-Wednesday .A$
il r The Rev. Don Nichols pastor Orange Park Methodist Church June 12, at 9:45 a.m ;; 11 WATER RIVERS TO

The Rev. Don Nichols performed at the home of Mrs. J. G, _* SPAWN YOt/MS RfTUKtf

the ceremony. Brady. t TO SALT tVATfR GKOtf
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The bride is the daughter of
t x r LOS.-LENGTH 14 FT.S
{ Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Eppert ORANGE PARK
: of the' Orange Park BARBELS' cc
of Doctors Lake. Mr. Polk is ;
High School "Raider" Band .the son of '}{r. and Mrs. Don LIONS INSTALL zJ -- ATLANTIC

I chose Wayne Spivey as Band Nichols was soloist. Glenn Allred was installedas MourHPROJECTS'
Captain for a second year at president of the Orange L/KE A STURGEON
Given in marriage by her ) -J TI_
their election meeting at the Park Lions Club during cere- TUBE TOSacKuP f00D fi 0617NF
father, the bride chose her sister -' fforrert
school last Friday. monies held at the club house E. -' I Irry
Miss Barbara Eppert, as
Also elected were: first lieu-
I ; last Friday evening. '
Iher maid of honor. Brides- u? ;.K;} } ..!;:;Y4.uy:
tenant, Ed Rowe; !second lieu- Serving as installing officerwas '.d.k
maids Miss Judith Land
tenant, Danny Spivey; librarian were Lions International Coun- Let Us Handle Your
and Miss Teri Lynne Gougler. PropertyHomes
David Sewell; and secre- sellor Fred Morrow of the
tary, Walter King. Acting as :best man was Springfield Lions Club. Others At the Orange Park High Junior-Senior prom, which

The band members agreed to James R. Starling. Ushers included taking office were: first vice was held recently at the Roosesvelt Hotel in Jacksonville Rentals
Joseph Duszlak William -
dispense with the offices of president, Hubert E. Murphy; are Joan Gorski and Buck Weaver who were '"Mr. and Miss .
chaplain, historian, and reporter. Lytle, Bobby Polk, John second vice president, William Senior." Miss Gorski
was a cheer leader, served as presidentof
W. Maxwell, and James Hor- -4 Will
third vice
Raleigh president, ;
; the Beta Club and was voted the most attractive girl in NOTARY
Under the direction of H. M.King Harley Broom; secretary,
ton.The bride white floor- the class of '63. Mr. Weaver was co-captain of the "Raiders" .. ? PUBLIC
the band will play at wore a Yank Pedroni; treasurer, Car iruly .. .. /
the_ Orange Park High School; ]length gown with a fitted bodice rol Nix; tail twister,Ray Bradley football team, captain of the basketball team and was voted aj bring "State of Fla.'.

i .Commencement ceremonies Friday I of silk organza over em- ; and Lions tamer Carl the boy most likely to succeed ,in the class of '63.Photo. At Large

.evening. IJ broidered French brocade. The Joines. by Koza Results

I sleeves of :tucked silk organza Installed to the Board of
ended in point at the hand. ORANGE PARK LITTLE
14 a Directors were: for two years LEAGUE SCHEDULE

Her full skirt was caught up terms, Tom Beadnell, Hal Hansen J TRussell
PRIVATE TUTURINGI Thursday, June 6-J. P. Hall Thursday: : June 13-Coca.
I, self flowers in front and
and A3 Joines and for
; vs. Clay Oh]. Cola vs. Clay Oil
This Summerfor Ie!had semi-train.: The fingertip REAL
their second year, Earl Wea- Friday, June 7-Coca-Cola A reminder -all games beginat

I IEtemental'7 silk illusion veil was attachedto therford: Colonel W. J. Tidwell, vs. Cotney ,5 pjn. at the Orange Park 800 ORANGE AVE.. N. Ph. 284-9481 GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Grades a crown of seed pearls. She and Durrel Vincent.
Monday, June 10-J. P. Hail Elementary School field.
carried a white orchid on a Receiving engraved plaques
'vs. Coca-Cola
South of Orange Park
Bible. for jobs well done were: sere- Tuesday, June 11-Cotney vs.
Hihghway 17 Following the ceremony, a tary H. E. :Murphy and dub- Clay Oil

Call reception was held at the home rouse manager Colonel W: J. ...

i of ,the bride. The couple went to Tidwell. Outgoing presidentDr.

MRS. E. C. SHIVELY North Caroilna and Tennesseefor Charles :M. Rogers was pre- ;;

.: CO 4-9326 I their wedding trip, and will sented with a' Lions jacket in WWWfL

reside on Firestone Road. appreciation for his year of by #

service to the club. Joan March Worden :
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I Lions International Counsellor Director, Pine Cleaner f '

CLAUDE'S' COBBLER SHOP Harry Elrod, a member of Information Center. 1 .

the Orange Park Club, 'presented Ask a woman and you'll get ..
the 100% attendance an opinion especially on sub-
Expert Shoe Repairing I pins,,
jects close to home like house-
and Dr. Rogers presented pre- !.
While You "Wait Service cleaning. -
'sident's appreciation awards for '
Interviewers for the Gallup

Dying All Leather & Fabric ShoesCLAUDE I special service to: Glenn All- Survey rang doorbells recently I I
with 6 for the '
questions lady of 1
i:red, Robert Belyea, Hal Hansen -
the house. didn't
If they get to i
R. JONES Garland Lynch, Carrol you here's a chance to measure 1 :

1712 Highway 17 Orange Park Nix, and Frank Pedroni. Dr. your answers with those who 1

Rogers also presented a gift jot counted.
1. Q. Do you think a household
i to Lionella Lorah Reid ,for her cleaner should also act as

extra service to the club. a disinfectant, deodorant,
International Counsellor Mor- or both?
A. 79 per cent of the women .
row also installed the
COTNEY TIRE SERVICE ficers of the Orange Park Lion- duty interviewed products.wanted tripe-: I k 2 fs

I ellas: president for the second 2. Q. Have you changed to a II
I pine oil cleaner recently?
year: Leona Drinkwatsr; vice I
I A. One out of every right
president, Sandi Belyea; se re- women said they changed, I
\ Tire Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size tary, Iris .Miller; treasurer, Lil- from nonpine to pine.oil

lian Weathers; and tail twister brand within the last year. \
for the second Lerah 3. Q. Do you use disinfectantsin
i i Dist Miller Tires-Autolite Batteries year, your home? >
iI I Reid. A. 81 per cent of the women I"

Two new members were in- interviewed do. ... .
Cor. Park and King Jacksonville. Fla. duted. They are RaymondDelp 4. Q. For what purposes do you <
use disinfectants in yoGI'home ,
sponsored by H. E. Murphy ? i ;;" t.t'i( Al: $ 1ti::: ;W"'Vi",

EY 9-3027: or EV 4O401AXD ; and Chester Baggarley, A. Big use is In the bathroomt8
l' ;sponsored by Bill Raleigh. out of 10 women use I, Top row, 1. to r.: Pauline Hagan, Betty Jeffreys, Shirley Roberson Eliza Mae Moseley
I them here)1. More than Jane Ryan Leonard Sehlomer Margaret Holmes, Walter Wearer, Joyce Kearley, Robert Cas-
half disinfectants in
: JAYCEES FISHING CONTEST general use cleaning. sady and Gerald McLaughlin, Second! roI.1 1. to r.: Eddie Powers, Billy Pope' Phil Snyder,

5. Q. Do you use a disinfectantin Richard Green, Jim James, James Padgett, Charles Manhart Dennis Zimu Sam Mahon y
The Orange Park Area Jay- doing the laundry? and Charon Light. Third row, L to r.: Dwayne Martin, Donna Gales, Wendy Abentethy

... IN ''III! I cees are still tabulating the A. 39 per cent of the women I Henry Wilburn. Rodger Gainey Tommy Campbell, James Miller, Bill Goodson. Clifford lien'ley
I .results of their Fishing Contest who use disinfectants use
I them in the laundry. Gary Pinkston and Rosalind Knight. Bottom row, 1. to r.: Fay Newton, Suzanne Moss
., which ended :May 30 .
6. Is oil added to house- Moon Alice Turbeville, Cherry Boyer Donna Diana
-- PARK Q. pine i Carolyn Powell Libby Claytor, Pearson
:iORANGE :...
.._....... ._. w Chairman Bob Gammage reports hold cleaners to make it !
Jim Cook, Michael Feit, Thomas Burton Wilder, Jr., and Ronnie L. Rogers.
that all records' are not smell better to improve .
yet turned in from some of the cleaning, or to kill germs? m' '- .
I iOO5 C. S. Highway i? Phone :264.6431 A. Women interviewed gave .
I more distant fish camps. He various opinions. The cor-

Ii i hopes to be able to announce rect answer to this one is :
I the winners next week. that pine oil is added to DR. ALBERT M MALATERRE CLAY COUNTY PHARMACY <,
improve cleaning and to -
i kill germs the pleasant I Chiropractic Physician 24 Hour Prescription Service ;:
aroma is an added ylus. Orange Park, Fla. Phone 261-9387 v. 1911 Highway 17 OP. Fla.

For .t u' of ser free "Jl.***_ ," x

"Where The Best Is Better" We Collect Ao/d Hint Itaflttt, UT/ to
D*]>t. CR. Pirn Cltaetr luiorma- '
y Electric C6. Ctm.ier, IftSJ Commectint Jr*.. COTNEY TIRE SERVICE .; ; COTTINGTON'S MOTEL

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Rushin' Roulette by Chon Day Womans Club Has Keystone Hzgh's First Graduates Keystone Social Notes I

1 PartyThe
Myron Prevatt arrived home ed from Tallahassee where

1 1i i Woman's Club had their from the hospital on Mondayof Marian worked as a secretaryin

e -4. r annual garden party tea and ., : : i this week. Marian says he is the Legislature

''-''. installation of officers for the doing real well, but he will be

J4l coming year at the home of out of his office for perhaps Miss Denise Szabo, a former

4 ; a.: the new president, Mrs. Jdhn [% ;: : two weeks. :resident of Keystone Club Estates

.,..' ; was in Keystone attend-
u w ., ... m it>''d, on 28.
Tuesday May
", rJ n. Mrs. the
1,1 0 .r l Mrs. Everett Fox and ing junior-senior prom with
) 1' i
4 ......\,. ,......,.-- Mrs. J. A. Williams, socialactivities T I : a Herbert Nelson left on Satur- (Iher classmates. Denise will
I 7 day to drive to Chapel Hill, graduate from P. K. Yonge
was -
> : where ,they attended the marriage School in Gainesville this week.
: YOU ARE(NTRI/r, in serving the guests by Mrs. 3 of Mrs. Fox's sister Sue She said she would love to see

J WEST GULCH M. H. Schroeder, Mrs. Clarene Ann Harris, to Cliff Outlaw, her class graduate, but she wit

v+E MOOT-SVCoCRS Sipe, Mrs. Lewis Muir, Mrs. xJN' ., to on :Monday. Miss Harris, whose be in the process of graduatingthe

i Leamon Ward, Mrs. Buster home is in New Orleans, is : same evening, the same
p'rj@71 working on her Masters De- time.
tjI Aiken, and Miss Anna MeCul-
gree at the University of N. C.
lough. Greeting the guests were is in
Mr. Outlaw, whose home :
Mrs. Harold Sutton, Mrs. Frank I Texas, is also working for a de- Mike and Jeannie Blum and
their small son will leave this
Stitchberry, and Mrs. James gree at the University.
week for tae north, after wintering :
o Cook. I
: LJ iY ''. Mrs. M. L. Beasley and at Lake Santa Fe. )Mike
fi1I .. > a doctoral Student
at the University
'" Past. president, Mrs. Ben daughter, Marian, have return-
'- ki k of Florida, plans ,to resume -
Rose, who is also an (honorary ;
/Zr a : .; ;i his studies in the fa;]..
/ member, presided at the guest
: wr+ 'book table where Thirteen youngsters, more than half of them headed for college, were graduated at Cub Scouts
.'- ._ ,. :. DIM! sixty mem-
'._ ', bers and guests registered. Silver Keystone High School last night. They comprise the school's first graduating class. State Jimmy Fox, son of,Mr. and
Treasurer J. Edwin Larsen, a onetime teacher at the Keystone school, was the speaker at the Mis. Lverett Fox was host toa

offerings were dropped into'tie graduation ceremonies. Shown above the top row, 1. to r., are: George Leath, Ivan Starke, Present CircusDens group of 1968 Graduates from

miniature clubhouse which Robert Jackson, Charles Pardee. William Cares and William Flakes, Jr. In the lower row. Bradford County High ,Schoolat

was a gift of Mrs. Pat Bradleyat I 1. to r., are: Mary Ann Schaeffer, Dianne Brokas. Barbara Drake, Nancy Sutton, Marguerita 1 ,2, and 3 of pack 305 a cook-oat and swimming

I n. Tnrtt.r$Softy S.me. the: Christmas tea, and has Float and Sandra Forth. of the Cub Scouts recently pre- party on Monday, June 3. Jim-

sented a circus. my is also a member of tale
since been used the
as receptacle -
Speed caused more than 1,160,000 casualties in 1962. i I COMMUNITY CHURCH: class. Some of the K. H. S.
for donations. Money\ is Seniors Celebrate GraduationInto Den 1, with Ilka Parades and
The Church pub- Seniors were present. &.I
f used for the building fund. Community Ruby Hersey as den mothers, well.
licity chairman regrets an had the following: performers:

f Mrs. Bird had decorated the( The Early HoursOn 1 omission: Mrs. David Nelson, David NewJiam, Ricky Davis, ITo

S A 'Let the Rest of the A car port with mementos of Oki-. chairman of cricle IV, the Jeff Davis, Gerald Mathias, Willie whom it May concern:
morning circle, and her co- Dey, Butch Bleasdaile: Rodney
and Monday evening, June 10 is
nawa Japan. There were Saturday evening,' the where those who cared to, could ,
World Go By" dhahman, Mrs. Matthew H. Mooneyham, Max Mooney- ladles night at the Keystone

plaques Japanese, and lanterns embroidered, umbrellas table, junior class of Keystone High enjoy swimming. The group Schroeder, entertained their !ham and Rick Wheeler Lions Club dinner meeting, to

entertained the senior class at wound up at the home of Mr. new circle with a morning cof- be held at the Masonic HaU.
covers Mrs. ,Charles Hinck as- Den 2, with Helen Warren
a banquet at the St. Williams and Mrs. H. W. Norris, on fee at the Nelson home on :May
: Recreation plots near the ol swimming hole sisted Mrs .Bird 'in'arranging,. and Spence-Thomas as den
recreation halL Following the white Sand Lake, for break-
the decorations 27.All mothers, had these :performers: Don't miss "
.out on the fon at
circle officers and members
$675.00 up if you and the kids aren'ttoo Outgoing president, Mrs. Ju- banquet, members of both fast. While there were some for i of the Community Church Mark Facer, Hubert Few, Jack the spring dance at Keystone

lazy to walk a couple blocks. liusHenson,' arnLtbe_ new president classes attended the junior- whom it was' just too much extend their deepest sympathy Thnderl>urk. Billy Mullis, Ste. Beach, which wlH be sponsored

<, of the 'Junior Woman's senior prom, at the Masonic (they worked all day decorat- to Mrs. Frank L. Stitchberry ven Thrift, Mike Pasawater, by the Junior Woman d dub.
( Club Lodge. The ball was over about Mrs .5tithb (has been activein Ricky, Parades, Craig: Spence- Disk
Mrs. Miriam Mingledlorff, ing, etc.) many of the others rry jocky Tommy Kenning-
r See Us for your Real Estate Needs.;;, poured'punch/ and tea. midnight, at which time there came rolling home at 7:00 a.m., the Community ChurchWomen's Thomas, Kenny Sumpter, Ricky ton from W. D. V. H. will
Warren and Mike Wrinkle.
It ; was another ahanging.of Clothesfor ,
.: organization, having furnish the Music. -
-' Installation ;m-cer was Mrs. ,the round of all ,night Sunday!
S. EE.MCKAY par- been circle leader for severs 1 Den 3, with Hilda Dey and The date is June 15. Saturday
Nona Howard, District V direc- ties. The first at
party was
The mothers who well devotional and
preparedthe years, as as Madeline Wyman for den moth from 9:00 until 1:00 o'clcok.
tor of the Florida Federation ofWoman'.s the home of Mrs.. Lena dolmens I
leader. She is currently
( banquet were Mrs. H. W. spiritual ers, had Mike Funderburk. Paul Admission will be $!.&>
Keystone Heights Phone 473-4816 Clubs, from ,Chief-I at Hillcrest; the next, ate co-chairman of Circle, V, Martin per
Ricky Murrhee, Jerry
''i Norris, Mrs. Lena Clemens, person.St. .
land, and Miss Peggy Betz, '! Home of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle with Mrs. Floyd Koone as Turner, Johnny Warren, and
I seretary, assisted her. 'McMurtry on Keystone ,Lake/ Mrs. Joseph Wildt, Mrs. T. M. chairman.Mrs. Billy Wolfe performing.

Hill, Mrs. Harold Ridaught, Frank Ilgen and Mrs. Williams Catholic dub
Mrs. Gardner Mrs. W. Awards were given out by
Quincy David Nelson, in their official will pot oa another steak sapper -
H. Nelson, and Mrs. Kyle Mc capacities, are keeping Key- Mr. William Few. on Saturday evening, July

.Murtry. stone Community Church out- Pack committee includes: cub- ,I 6, watch for further announce-

Serving the meal were the standing in Christian fellowship master, Gil Parades; asst. cub- mer.4s..
I Nelson elected
a was Bill Warren awards
following sophomores: Cliff i master ;
/ Chapman, Ginny Campbell, Dianne -I recording secretary for the chairman Bill Few; secretary-

I Chapman, Tommy Bird,! Florida United Church Women treasurer, Richard. Murrhee;
Ir and Bruce Moon. (all-denominational) recently. and den chiefs, Danny! Hinck, Murrhee

I Installing ofIias Mrs. Or-: Barry: Wyman, Marshall, Beam, Insurance
Guests other than the lin Troy. She charged the dele- and Johnny Mulr.: St. Anne's Agency

- iors included the Rev. and sen-I gates to return to their church Episcopal Church is cub pack

I William Worstall, Mr. and areas "determined to set their I sponsor. 'f CARRY

I Phillip ''Knuth, Miss Emma I feet on the pathways of pur-! .Ir tI ADEQUATE
II I Kate Mansfield\ Mrs. Dianne | pose, the road of service,and Pack; members and committee -
Miller, and other members of'' the highway of adventure in members will miss den r

,the faculty. (:Christian: Living." mother :'Iadelinef'yman; and

her sons Bob' y of Den 1, and I See: RICHARD Ml REHLH
y. 6!. 1Ct Dana of Den 3. Tfre Wymans
Sport Spots moved back to their former 473-4786
br 1G-SSLlat
(home in New England. I I

1 : "Tell them they'll have to welt until 1(
. = make another hit," said Abraham
Lincoln when told a delegation was .
: 0 S
III.. waiting to Inform him that he'd won
the 1860 Republican Presidential nom- = ( j EVEN A FISH WOULDRIT.T GET
1 Inatlonl Our 16th' President
1-- was an
-!2 r tI _______ early advocate of-and participant. Inthen CAUGHT IF &HE'D KEEP HIS

-ow new national pastime. MOUTH SHUT jWell

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Monza Spyder Convertible Monza Spyder Club Coupe // \ t

Come hill.. or high waterVacations 'a

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go smoother in a Chevrolet Corvair try.j .

Of all major leagvars, Honws %
Wagner,"The Plying Dutchman," < l'a'
was considered the greatest v {

Bring on those mountains!"They're not so high and or going dry,because there's no radiator. Corvair's shortstop. He led the National
mighty when you've got Corvair's gutty six and rearengine is air cooled. No concern about brake adjust- leagwe In hitting for a record 9.
times end excelled In the field.He
them. ments either because the brakes adjust
engine traction working on was discovered and signed '
You scurry up the meanest grades. themselves. Nothing much to think by the Pirates (In 1195 for $125monthl
You move with sure-footed agility on about at all except the good time you're .

wet pavement, muddy lanes, gravel and having. h. '
other would-be miseries. EVROLET Like to do that in a sporty bucket- ,.rr 7.

And with most of Corvair's weight seated Monza Club Coupe or Convertible 4G..ro.t..d
on the rear wheels you have easy steering 1 i 1 ? Like to spring into summer with 1 C
too. Fact is, the handling's so light a 4-speed stick shift* and Spyder package t. d..' it.. b.s..
.r.rytim.N t.. i tt bat is Kessler
and with its 150-hp Turbochargedpower
don't offer
responsive we even TIMEover Whiskey-"s.l..tb As$I&.6 hes keep ourmouth" shut about all your financial
steering for the car. engine? Your dealer's got just the way.Watch flw fans b*.d for beat*,
And there's more to feel good about. Corvair and the Trade 'N' Travel deal K .. wbect this fcnrerft Is fat tb.1 tteewTbt > dealing with us. If you have a problem>> come as yon are

No problems with your radiator boiling KTYWR CHEVROLET DfALDftTRADENTRAWiL on it to put you in a holiday mood. and weH be clad to discuss it and aid yon at the Key

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MHC tPenney O GOOD! FOR OLD THE'DAYS Bellair Meadowbrook NewsWe Friends Of The Library

People think about the "Good 4: .....
Old Days" with great nostal- currently have four The next meeting of the Civic I -i ,_ -;.. CLAY'COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY > .
Farms League will be on June 10th I ... : ..,.... J(
Brownie in .
and long for their leisurelypace. Troops our area. -y
I gia W.- E. ", ,. BOX 915 .. ..... _
at 7:30 o'clock at the ;o" ,, ..., ...
Mrs. Herman Reed of Out of these fourtroops there '"- .>;:- '.:;
Reporter: MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 5298131Mr. Green Cove brought in a set were approximately 36. girls Cherry Elementary School cafe- GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. :. -,; ". ...
torium. Please note the changein ''
and Mrs. Charles S. Dopp to New Hampshire, including of rules posted in 1872 by the .
way "flying up" to Girl Scouts at the location for this time Dear Friends .- ":r ::',
their and owner of a carriage works Chat : > ..
W. Laird daughter
and Mr. and Mrs. C. ,
less the Court of Awards last week, .... '. ....;;... ...:... e
makes these : -
'Mr. and Mrs. Har days seem only.The -
'this son-in-law
67 years year, at the Lions Club. The special Girls Auxiliary held This is an invitation to you to become a barter member of The Friends of The: Library
have been recipients of a pack- old Joyce of Riverside, N. J.; rosy. The rules:
guest of this event was John their first meeting, Monday,
Office employees will daily in Green Cove .
age of -food- items from 'the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Horsmanof
Onr, president of the W. E. o'clock at the
June 3, at 3:30
Heinz Company, noted for their Stafford, Connecticut; Mrs. sweep the floors, dust the fur-
"57' Varieties." Vernon Allaby and friends in niture, shelves and: bookcases. Cherry P-TA. The' P-TA sponr Madeira Dr. Baptist Chapel. All purpose of this group is to create interest in our public library and establish a wider

The letter received: from the Norwich, Court, where Rev. Each day fill lamps, clean SOTS the Brownie Troops and girls 9 through 16 were invited use of it in our community. What we are asking of you is your interest and- i small-contribution
Girl Scout No. 474.
Troop to attend. An outling of the
chimneys and trim wicks. Wash
executive of the Swetnam was pastor for 14
vice-president The Bellair-Meadowbrook Civic work and play was discussed, to enable us to publicize the facilities ef the library. If there are any funds available
Heinz Company reads as follows years. Next they will go to windows once a week.
: North Uxbridge, Massachusetts Each clerk will bring in a League held its monthly I also times and dates of future beyond the cost of publicity they would be given to the library for needed additions.
meeting on May 27, at the meeting. Mrs. Dorothy Malone
bucket of water and scuttle of
"Dear Mr. and Mrs. Dopp" to visit their oldest son and
coal for the day's business. Madeira Dr. Baptist Chapel. and Mrs. Esther Garrett are. There is limited opportunity to give time or service to the library. However on occasion -
"Congratulations 57th daughter-in-law The Rev. and
on '
wedding anniversary. What a Mrs. Hubert Swetnam and fam Make your pens carefully.You The new officers assumed their junior co-leaders. Mrs. Roy. the librarian might need' some assistance. If you were interested in doing so, you could
for die coming Mr. Tiberlake and Mrs. Louise Lee offer assistance.If .
may whittle nibs to your year.> your
.rare and wonderful experience ily; Mrs. Frank Garland at
Frank Houle was appointed are intermediatae co-leaders.
yours has been sharing for so Pittsfield, N. H.; finally reach individual taste. reminder of the you would like to be a Friend of The Library fill out the information below and mail to
Men employees will be givenan parliamentarian. The following Another !
many years the good and mean- ing their. summer home at Rom- % Box 915 Green Cove Springs. Fla.
evening off each week for committee chairman were also summer Vacation Bible School Mrs. John Malone, Treasurer Clay County Library ,
inful things: of life""We ney Depot where the Annual
of the 57 Varieties are Bible Conference of the New courting (purposes, or two even- appointed: Carl Lindsey, membership at the Madeira Dr Baptist Cha Mrs. Frank Canova Chrmn. Tom Smith
David Wiza, public, pel. Preparation day will be
pleased to share this occasion England Fellowship of :Evangelicals ings a week if they go regularly ; Mrs. Robt. Sndlow, Recording Sec. Mrs. Mary\ Arline
to church. relations; Mrs. F. E. McCormick June 7, at 2 o'clock with classes
with you. Because the number is held. Mrs.\ John Malone, Treas. The Rev. James Sowell
"57" holds a special meaning After an employee his 13 hours of labor in the gadonna program. June 21. The Rev. Gene Zimmerman
for both the House of Heinz The Rev. and Mrs ..RaymondR.
and you--and because in some Gregory left yesterday for office, he should spend the remaining -

way we want ,to express our an extend tour of the countryfor time reading the Bible

'p.ood; wishes, we are sending, over three months. First,,, and other good books. FRIENDS OF THE LIBlAR
you a box of some of our favor- they will spend a month in Cal Every employee should lay We Sell BOX 915

ite foods. It should arrive at ifornia. Then they will start aside from each ,pay a goodlysum V. GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.
your home within the next few east via Salt Lake City, Den of his earnings for his

,days." ver, Wichita, Kansas, Kansas benefit during his declining We Service gens I would like to become a charter member of The Friends of The Library. Enclosed, _is. i p.oo
"We !hope your years together City, and to Washington, Iowa years, so that he will not be- '
for membership. .
will continue to be filled where they will visit Mr. Gre come a burden on society or his my "

with ''happiness and good for- gory's son D .W. Gregory and betters. who smokes MOTORSGreen Name .......................................................................................................................................---
Any employee SPRING .
tune. family for a week. Their next

The box included soups, spa- stop will be for the Bible Conference Spanish cigars, uses liquor in A:1dress: .........................................................................................................-.....................---
getti, sweet gherkins, cucum- at Winona Lake, In any form or frequents pool and Cove Springs Phone 284-920S
ber pickles, vegetarian beans, diana. Then to visit other rela public halls, or gets shaved ina
ketchup, chicken stew withdumplings tions of Mr. Gregory in Pittsburgh barber shop, will give, me a

macaroni in cheese and the Delaware Water good reason .to suspect his : ..... .
Lance, and other articles. I Gap area in eastern Pennsyl worth, intentions, integrity and ,(, .... .' .

vania, also a son near Newark,, honesty.The .
Mrs. Chauncey Moore of N. J. Over in Connecticut and employee who has .performed -.

Green Cove Springs and Mrs. Massachusetts relations and his labors faithfully : i dish
and without fault for five : faction is
Gaylene Thompson of Rich- friends of Mrs. Gregory will years : : : your .
increase of five :
will be
wood, Ohio, visited the Memorial be visited. They will (returnto given an ..
Home Commnity on June the Memorial Home Community cent per day in his pay, pro- ; .7. .
1st. some time in Septem viding profits from the business : A. .. '. f 1-*.. 'F/\..:.i: .-. .
'ber. permits it.

The Rev. and Mrs. B. H. Cur-
tis 'left last Tuesday for Bur- The next stated meeting of EXPERT LAWN MOWING :

)Jington, N. J., to visit Mr. and the Penney Memorial! ChurCh Green Cove Springs ye justgot to come fry a ;

Mrs.. John Stoughton and fam- Board will be held at 7:30 pm. GRASS CUTTING : : you
niece of
ily. Miss Stoughton, iln the Lecture Room of the
the Rev. Curtis, is graduating church on June 10th. RAKING .

from the Burlington High WEEDING '...
School. She has a four year Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stone, -",' .
scholarship at'the New England Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rice, and Pay-By-The-Job -. "..:;.... ......... '. ,
Conservatory of Music in Bos- I Mr. and Mrs. Ward E Krone, CALL ; !
ton. attended the Annual Meetingand ,
284-3166 _
Outing.of the Audubon
Div and Mrs. Stephen H. Ac- Society of Duval County, ,held
kerman, both on the facultyof at the Fort Caroline National
the University of South Car. I Monument grounds. Entertain.. SUMMER SCHOOLI

olina at Columbia, S. C., havebeen ment was provided by Mr. and will take private pupils
visiting his parents the :Mrs. DeWeese who are in this summer for individual .
Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Ackerman.Mr. in charge of the Fort Caroline instruction to prepare themto
park. About 60 persons attended be better students in the I

James W. Darden of Fort the Outing. The new officers next trade.

Worth, Texas, visited his par- elected were: Dr. Ray O. Ed- Contact
ents, the Rev. and 'Mrs. W. A. wards, Jr., president; Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Vera Franklin

Darden for a few days whileon M. Appleberry (Program Direc- (Experienced teacherrecent -
a business trip to Florida. tor) 1st vice-president; Mrs. decree in elementary

He is a retired LieutenantColonel Harold Clark (Wildlife Tours education). ..
of the Army and is connoted I Director) 2nd vice-president; atBENNETT ... :
Mrs. Leslie D. Johnston Secretary :
with the Cubic Corporation SCHOOLor ,.
of San Diego, California, ; Mrs. Robert C. Bronsvel, Call 284.3684PENTECOSTAL
specializing! in research and development Treasurer.
electronics connected
with missile tracking.Mr. There will be a free illustrated -
and educational lecture on HOLINESS ----W r
Richard A. Spangler and FOOD AND NUTRITION BY CHURCH J.:
wife, Lois, from Baltimore,I CHARLES H. SCHNABEL, not- Vermont Ave. r
ed of Austin Texas., Green Cove Springs
.Maryland, came on May 31st to authority ,
visit( Dr. and Mrs. George S. The public is invited.
Sutton. Mr. Spangler is son of Meetings will be held at, You hare a :
Mrs. Sutton. V.I.A. Woman's Club Building ., Special Invitation

Mr. and Mrs. Spangler are --Green Cove Springs' to attend
vacationing in Florida, going Thursday June 13th at 3 o'clock., Church and Sunday School

on south when they left the Friday, June 14th, 3 o'clockat ,,
MHC last Monday. the residence- of James H... Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
McEachern, Corner Lakevie\t r Preaching 11:00 a.m.

The Rev. a.1t1 Mrs. J. A. Swet- Drive and Jasmine Avenue.... Sunday Nite Serv. 7:00 p.m.
ram left the MHC last Tuesdayfor Keystaone Heights. Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
their summer home at Romney Saturday, June 15th, 1 I Pastor Rev. J. C. Maynor
Depot, N. H. They will visit o'clock, Penney Farms Tow:a Phone--EV 9-5830

relatives and friends on 'their Hall, Penney Farms.

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Illustrated: and Educational LectureON .


.... : '-'oCJ ? : ''-.If.
-. '-Food' and. Nutrition I = :! --. Come drive our new Super Torque Ford "fastback" hardtop .. same model' .that made car .., .

-- .i \ ............. '
....t -\'. r .. '": ,b7.lo' history by sweeping the first 5 places in the- Daytona 500.-'This: Is Ford, 'to/a/'performance inaction .i

=CHARLES_SCHNABBL! 'Noted, .Authority of Austin, Texas ? and endurance, ; ;

: PUBLIC INVITED T6 ATTEND MEETINGSJune H. the 9oPowereIn9: it. takes to stand up-and then some-under. .

: 13-3 pjn. VIA Woman's Club Bldg. Green Cove Springs .: the type of driving: u'.do- f! And' right ,now you'll save extra because ::;;7

..June,14-3 p.m.-The J. H. McEacher Residence -: Lake-view'Drive.,r& ..we're offering? FAST ACTION SPECIALS every car in stock priced

,-.-.t. Jasmine Ave. Keystone Heights fc; : -'. in FD RD
to move out fast Act fast while they last .. come today
June 15=3 'p.m.-Penney Farms. Town Hall Penney. ,Farms"' .: .

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MR.. and MRS. HERBERT D. JSlYERS;; ti;: i -
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Phone 529-8131 I, .' :a". '- '. ?-'' ::;.,. : : J. P. REVELS; FORD COMPANY .

WHITE BOX 122 : :
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Ph. 284-9779 CO 46511.L
601 N: Orange Ave. Ph. 284-3023 Green Cove Springs -

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OF CLAY- COUNTY f FLORIDA Notice..is -hereby.given r- ,..thatIheClajr THEvF.OURTH JUDICIAL- Notice is hereby given that, r 3a

CHANCERY &hnty Zoning Commission CIRCUIT IN AND-IO-: pursuant -to a Final Decree of
.OASt.N ..3629) I !- i %. CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA
a wfllxhpW. ) k 'PublicHearing ;: .... Foreclosure entered In cause

Gloria. .*"Murray-TIessner.. ':1: ; '' 0--\. .I?'t=tnArle. : :, ,on; Thursday 'June IN-. ;CHANCERYNO.! -... :numbered+ 576. In the Circuit -

..:Plain...Y.vs.fJ .' 'I \\. 2o,41963. at- 8:00 .clock.'P.m: :. .."3614' Court //of FLAY County. Florida !

11 ... '" in the County Commission SOUTHBROOa KLYN SAVINGS I will, sell the property
MOTELS; '"" = I Thomas'Francl3"HoaderDefendant: :.. Chambers of the Clay County BANK a corporation situated, toCLAY County. Florida ,
I. Courthouse: Green" o.Cove Plaintiff."vl. ." ; described: asBegjb : ;

-J | NOTICE OF'SUIT Springs; Florida, .for: the: pur ;- .. at the southeast cor-

RALPH F F. INLET MARINA: MARINA MOTELAPTS. THE STATE OF FLORDA TO: pose of hearing objections, if ANNE M. HODGSON and ner of the north half of I -

any, to rezoning from its pre- GLENDORA TrrvrRg. the NWtt of Section 22. ,
Thomas Francis Hoade
MERCURY & JOHNSONENGINES FOR RENT sent Agriculture Zone, to Agri-
Township 5 South \
MILBERGEROrange Defendants.NOTICE Range
By Week Month
or culture Residential (AR Zone,) 24 East, and run North 100
APO 633
& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS U. S. 17 North New York City New York or higher classification. as the OF SUIT feet to a point; thence run
PHONE 284-3605
(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- board may determine, the following TO: Glendora J. Kimes. West 100 feet to a point; I

REFRIGERATIONAND FIED that a suit has been filed described property: Residence Unknown thence run -South 100 feet
part day to a point on the south
against you In the above entitled You Glendora J. Kimes are SOUTHWELL Florence C.
OUTBOARD REPAIR bounded on the Northeastby line of the north half of the
AIR CONDITIONING cause and you are hereby hereby notified that a com- Southwell of Orlando Florida.

Service Hwy. 17 Orange Park GEORGE WEEKS required to serve upon plaintiffs Cleveland Avenue, on plaint to foreclose a certain NW% of said Section 22. was named to The Christian Sci-
the Northwest by Washington thence run east along said ence Board of Lectureship at the
Home Phone 284-978O Phone CO 4-9835 PIANO SERVICE attorney whose name and mortgage of the following des- Church's June 3 annual meeting
Avenue the South- south line
on a distance of
address hereon
appear your cribed real to wit
property : in Boston.
Business Phone 284-9431 Tuning Repairing west Jefferson Avenue 100 feet to the
of beginning
point -
INSURANCE written defenses if any to the Lot 2, Block 8. Meadow-

.-: ** PHONE 284-327S bill of complaint in said suit and on the Southeast by brook. Unit 2. according to :

AGIN'SRefrigeration' Box 5O Fibernia Rt. copy of which is delivered to State Road No. 21, according plat recorded thereof in at public sale to the highest FOR RENT 4-bedroom block

A' ,-M Green Core Springs you herewith on or before 1! to Plat .of Subdivisionof : Plat Book 6, Pages 12 and and best bidder for cash, at residence large yard In Penney
< 6 ---- June 24. A. D. 1963. Ridgewood as recorded 13 of the current public the North Front door of the Farms. Call GCS 284-9708

l1 And Air AT.ONW.D RRAL ESTATE Herein fail not or decree pro in Plat Book 6, Page 20, records "of Clay County. CLAY County Courthouse In

ConditioningSERVICE confesso will be entered against Public Records of Clay Florida. Green Cove Springs. Florida NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

'lt4LM you for the relief prayed in the County, Florida, said area between 11:00 a.m., and 2:00: TAX DEED
HERMAN E. REED CLARENCE B. LAZETTE and has been filed against you
bill of complaint.THE being a part of Section 14, p-m.. on June 14, 1963. Sec. 194.16. F. S.
400 W. Walnut St. 15 22 23 and 40 and you are hereby required
Chrysler A..iJo'Ump
to of
Phone 284-6721 4 South serve a copy your answer
25 East
Authorized Philco Green Cove Springs BEING FOR DIVORCE Range or pleading to the complaint CLERK CIRCUIT that Loren Tucker the holder -
Green Core Springs EXCEPT that described
WITNESS hand and the area
Since 1037 my COURTBy of the following certificates
Service' seal of said Court at Green below to be rezoned to Neighborhood on the plaintiff's attorneys.
: Grace M. Carlisle has filed said certificatesfor
Day Ph. 284-3680 ELECTRICALAtlas Homes Farms Acreage Business (BA Zone:) Marks. Gray. Yates. Conroy &
Cove Springs. Florida this Deputy Clerk a tax deed to be issued
Night 284-3492 11 W. Spring St Ph. 2841323CAREY'S 14th day of May A. D. 1963. That part of Lots 20 & 6 Gibbs, 231 East Forsyth Street. (Court Seal) thereon. The certificate num-
Electric & Mechanical Northwest of State Jacksonville Florida and file
8. Palmetto
bers and years of issuance the
Road No. 21, Lots 21, 22, the original answer or plead-
CompanyWe Clerk Circuit Court
Cvre Springs description of the property
ing in the Office of the Clerkof
TRADING POST By Vivian H. Sohm 23, 3, 4, and 5 of Section
and the names in which it was
do all of electrical WILLIAM C. GUTHRIE. JR.
type the Circuit Court in and
9 that of Lot 17
APPLIANCES WE BUY SELL TRADE Deputy Clerk ; part lying 102 Florida Title Building assessed are as follows:
wiring. northwest for Clay County. Florida on or
& of State Road
Scruby Yonge
No. 119
Three locations: Jacksonville 2, Florida Certificate
Jim Carter Appliance RAY SHIPP s 15 E. Palmer SU Ph. 284-3280 Attorney for Paintiff No. 21, Lots 16, 15, 14, 4, 5, before the 1st day of July 1963. ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF Year of Issuance June 1. 1961
and 6 of Section 10 that If you fail to do so. judgmentby
Inc. Address: ; of LotA
Service Owner Description Property
and Manager
Warehouse & antiques
: default will be taken
part of Lots 7 &19 lyingnorthwest
305 Great Oaks Circle Blk. 102 Except Parts Re-
A. F. BakerRefrigeration Phone 284-9228 Bldg. S. Orange A
Gym yc- for the relief demanded in Attorney
( of State Road
Orange Park. Florida corded In Deed Book No. 79
"BIG TOP"' tent Blanding the complaint. This notice shall I (Publish once only,.at least 7
Air Conditioning Service May 23. 30. June 6. 13. 1963 No. 21, Lots 6, 5, 4, 16 17, page 85 Deed Book 103 page
Blvd. At Ridgewood and 18, of Section 11 that be published once each week days prior to sale
MOBILE HOMES ; 118, O. R. Book 1 page 156. &
also all Furniture & appliances at LEGAL NOTICE part of Lots 15 & 11 lying for four consecutive weeks in (PIONEER vs. JACKSON. ET O. R. Book 6 page 285. Palmer

Major Appliance Repairs Northwest of State Road the Clay County Crescent. ux.; ET AL.)
& Farris Tract. Section 38
BUY OR TRADE bargain pri-ea 8 tfc
Washers. Dryers IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF No. 21, Lots 16, 17, 8, 9, DONE AND ORDERED AT June ,6 Township 6 Range 26E. Name

Phone 284-3542 For Your Used Mobile Home. CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDAIn ..- 'and 10, of Section 12; of Green, Cove Springs Clay In which assessed W. B. Lu

Top Dollar Paid. Big Allow- INSTRUCTIONS or SCHOOLS CHANCERY the Subdivision of Ridge- County. Florida this 24th day LEGAL KOTICB cas. Sr. ETAL.

PACKAGE STORE ance'op Yonr Coach to Trade. ,' JEANNETTE M.:. 8TARISTCH wood, as recorded in Flat of May. 1963. All of said property being In

Call EV .4-5584. Collect. 'I JOB SECURITY: Can be yours also known as Book 6, Page 20, Public George L. Carlisle IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the County of Clay. State, of

PAUL'SAll by preparing now for coming JEANNETTE M. STARRICH Records of Clay County, Clerk. Circuit Court CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA 'Florida.w' 01
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES.Inc. Civil Service Examinations.
Plaintiffvs. Florida. Clay County. FloridaBY In CHANCERYNO. Unless such certificate or
Legal enrac.. For Information Write-Advance -
: All parties in interest shall : Grace M. Carlisle 3641 certificates shall be redeemedaccording
Open S A.M. to 1 A.M. P. O. Box 218 Lady
have an opportunit to be heardat Deputy Clerk REBECCA ANN ALTMAN to law the property

Daval County I4n %a -943S: Lake Florida. also known as said time and place. May 30. June 6. 13. 20 Plaintiffvs. ,I described In such certificate

North.., Oraag* Park 2.14' tfc WOMEN 18 to 55 PLUS ? ? ? JOHN AUGUST STARRICH CLAY COUNTY or certificates will be sold to


Need women to train to be 3622 James E. Growl MAN, house door voii+ the first Mon-

I II OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HEREFOR I Assistants, Receptionist Office NOTICE OF SUIT Chairman IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT Defendant i day In Month of July. 1963.
which is the 1 day of July. 1963
Management and Practical THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: May 30, June 6, 1963 IN AND FOR CLAY NOTICE OF SUIT
Home'' Nursing. Preliminary I I COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Dated this 5 day of June
training given at home in your LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF FLORIDA 1963.
known as RE: ESTATE OF TO: ,Thoajas Jefferson-Altman:
spare I timer For Information SEAL
... address and phone .number to: RESIDENCE UNKNOWN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Deceased. .. $ = George 1. CarlisleClerk


house, Elsie Street Hilltop HIGHER STEADY INCOMEfor Lake Florida. 5-30 6-20-c i FIED that a suit has been filed CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo against that a In suit has been filed Clay County Florida.
Section call 2843860. reliable man serving Watkins MEN-WOMEN 18 to 55 plus? against you in the above enti CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDAIN all creditors and all per- cause you and you above are hereby entitled -' June 6. 13, 20. and 27-p

25-tfc customers in Green Cove Motel or Resort Management.Men tled cause and you are hereby CHANCERY NO. 3616 sons having claims or demands required to serve upon plaintiffs -

Springs Average $65.00 weekly Women or Couples can required to serve upon plaintiffs against said estate. attorney whose name and LEGAL: HOTICE

FOR SALE: New, one owner, 2 and more to start, full or make high salary plus apart- attorney whose name.and FULTON SAVINGS BANK. You. and each of you. are address apPear. hereon, your NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

bedroom house 2 miles south. part time. No investment no address KINGS COUNTY hereby notified and required to
; ment. Pick your own location appear hereon. your i written defenses if any, to the TAX DEED
Highway 16. Phone (day) 284- experience required. Write C. with ur Placement Assistances written defenses, if any. to the PlaintiffVS. present any claims and demand bill of complaint in said suit

3163 or (day or) night) 284- R. Ruble, Dept. JP.. O. Box Learn at home in your spare bill of complaint in said suit, which you or either of copy of which: 43; delivered to Sec. 194.16, F. S.
9768. 5-30 6-6 c 2447 Memphis Tennessee. 6-6 time. For Personal Interview copy of which is delivered to WILLIAM R. MAC LAREN and you may have against the you herewith, on or before Jt"y GIV-
LEN teat Mrs. N. Lee Talbott
Write-American-P. O. Box you herewith on or before GUSSIE M. MAC LAREN. his estate of H. R. CLARK. A-K-A 1, A. D. 1963. ,

FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- TO WHOM IT MAY CON- ..218, Lake Lady, Florida. July 8th A. D. 1963. wife. HENRY RALPH CLARK and Herein fail not or decree pro the, holder of the! folowfcig Certificates -
has filed Aid
mowers. $15.00 and up McGee's CERN: 6 pigs have taken up 5-30 6.20cAREA Herein fail not or decree Defendants HENRY R. CLARK deceased confesso will be entered certificates -
Welding & Radiator 520 N. late of Clay againstyou 1 I for a tax deed to be is-
at my place. Lum Grant about pro confesso will be entered NOTICE OF SUIT for the relief prayed in the
Orange Ave., Phone 2843163.7tfc If ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES County Florida to the Honor- I auedl thereon. The certificate
4 miles south of Middleburg. against you for the relief pray- I 1 bill of complaint.
TO: WILLIAM R. MAC LAREN numbers and of issuance
Inc. able Thomas J. years ,
not claimed in 4 weeks same ed in the bill of complaint.THE Rivers County
4 will be sold by me. 5-23-6-14 We Will Trade for Your Car, NATURE OP SAID SUIT Judge of Clay County. Florida property,
FOR SALE 1960 6 cylinder
: his wife. SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE. and the in which it
names was
within six months from the
Furniture, Diamonds or Any BEING FOR DIVORCE
door Belair Chevrolet. Radio
and Heater. 1st class condition JOB security can be yours bypreparing thing of Value on a New Mobile WITNESS my hand and the U. S. Naval Air. Station date of the first publication of WITNESS my hand and the assessed! are as follow:
Guantanamo Bay. Cuba this notice. seal of said Court at Green Certificate No. 89
Civil Home.
now for coming seal of said Court at Green
1958 2-door Impala
$995 or (Navy No. 115. Box 35L Each claim or demand must Cove Springs. Florida, this Year of Issuance June 1, 1969
A-l condition $895. Will fin- Service exams. Send name ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, Cove Springs. Florida, this 6th
ance. Call Chesser Motor Parts address and phone number to Inc. day of May A. D. 1963. Fleet Post Office. be in writing and must state 29th day of May A. D. 1963. Description of Property Part

284-4121 or :3171 6-6 6-13 NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. GEORGE L. CARLISLE. New York N. Y. the place of residence and post (Seal) of Bik. 58 as recorded in Deed

INC. Box A, Clay County I EV 4-5584 Clerk Circuit Court YOU. WILLIAM R. MAC office address of the claimantand GEORGE L. CARLISLE Book 64 pages 366 BordensOak

FOR RENT Crescent Green Cove Springs. or By Estillee Ridley LAREN and GUSSIE M. MAC must be sworn to by the Clerk Circuit Court St. S/D. Plat Book 1 page

Fla. 2-8-1 284-9436 Deputy ClerkT. LAREN. are hereby notified claimant, his agent or his attorney By Grace M. Carlisle 15.

FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom 2-14 tfc J. Jennings Jr. that a complaint to foreclosea or it will become void Deputy Cleric Name in which aawessed

house newly painted inside and WANTED-Work at my home: James T. Norton certain mortgage on the following according to law. SAM B. WILSON Jeannette Lugo

out reasonable large yard appliances Will do sewing washing iron- JONES & HALL NURSERYNow I Attorney for Plaintiff described real property. Dated May 16th. 1963. Attorney for Plaintiff AH of said property being in

furnished. Call Penney i ink, etc." Call Mrs. Margaret Open 7 Days A Week Address: to-wit: -Jeanette A. Clark Address: the County of Oky, State of

Farms. 5298211. 20tf Kaiser. Phone 284-9197. 21-3c Come Out Browse Around SealP. Lots Fourteen (14 Block As Eveutrix of the 217 Guaranty Life Building Florida.

FOR LEASE-Service" Stationnear For Lease: Service Station )& See Our Stock O. Box 372 One (1) MEADOWBROOK. Estate of H. R. Clark.Sr.. Jacksonville, Florida Unless such certificate or

Middleburg Highway mile south of Green Cove Highway 13 South of New Green Cove Springs. Florida Unit One (1) according to Deceased :May 30, June 6, 13, & 20-c certificates shall fee redeemed

221 Clay Oil Corp.on Phone Springs on Route 17 at junction Bridge turn right at Collecove June 6. 13. 20. 27 plat recorded in Plat Book June 6, 13. 20, 27 according to law the property

6, pages 7 and 8 of the cur- described in such certificate
follow cr
CO 4-9548 or, EU 2-5153 Mr of Route 16. Clay Oil Store signs. LEGAL NOTICE r'
BU VTVIANE WOODARD rent public records of Clay LEGAL NOTICE certificates will be sold to the
Howard 30-c Corp. Phone CO 4-9548 or
2-5153.. 30-c COSMETICSto I County. Florida LEGAL NOTICE I highest bidder>> at the courthouse

For rent or sale 2-bedroom LEGAL NOTICE women who know, are I has been filed against you and NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby'given that door. on the,first Monday

house at 1912 Beth Drive GCS. PHOTOS-Pictures appearingin I will not be responsible for synonymous with you are required to serve a i Notice is herby given that, in Month of July, 1968, which
the Clay County Zoning Commission -
Nice neighborhood, near elementary the CRESCENT may be any bills or debts or purchasesby BEAUTY, ELEGANCE I copy of your answer or plead- pursuant to a final decree of will hold a Public I is the 1, day of July, 1963.

school.> Also for sale. purchased through THE CRESCENT GLAMOUR & GOOD TASTE. ing to the complaint on the foreclosure entered in cause Dated this 4 day of June
except myself, noW'or June
anyone Hearing on Thursday, 20.
Shady lot 100 x 130. Phone for $1.25. Phone 284- i. the future. m be very proud to introduce i plaintiffs attorneys. Marks. numbered 3557 in the Circuit 1963.
1963. at 8:00: o'clock pm.. In
GCS 2843924.WANTED I 3166. % Arthur William Cushman .. yon to the Wonderful World of Gray. Yates. Conroy & Gibbs. Court of Clay County. Florida. the County Commission Chambers SEAL

VIVIAN WOODARDwith 231 East Forsyth Street, Jacksonville I will sell the property situate George L.:-.SarHJ
Instructor StaffU.
TO BUY-\\'ell-drill- FOR THE BEST in all-round of the Clay County Courthouse -
a Florida and file the in Clay County. Florida des- o'f ClrctJK
Clerk Cota of
S. Coast Guard I |
machine. Call Nolan H. Miller, good printing try the CRESCENT Green Cove Springs.
HAPPY NEW YOU"make original answer or pleading in cribed
Jr., SP 1-7102, Jacksonville. PRESS INC- The priceis Groton, Conn. as: Florida for the purpose of day County Florida. _.
class In the privacyof the office of the Clerk of the Lot in the Southwest
up 31. June 6, 13, 20, 27
30-6 right. June 7. 1.&. 21. 28 bearing objections if any. to p
your own home by appointment Circuit Court, in and for Clay Quarter (SW%) of the
rezoning from its present Agriculture .
t .;..11111, n I 1 1 1 1 I i i I I '1 'I I I ; {' 1 I I I I I I I I I 'i"M I H'M'-M' I I M' I 1 I H 1 I i'i' llllllltI only. County.. Florida on or before SOUTHWEST QUARTER ZOne. to Intermediate LEGAL NOTICE

To women who KNOW, the 24th day of June 1963. If (SB V'*) of Section 8,Town-
Business (BB Zone), the following -
I j ji
I BUSINESS DIRECTORY } VIVIANE WOODARD you fall to do so. judgement by ship 6 South. Range 26 described property: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

COSMETICSmean default win be taken againstyou East. Clay County. Florida.at .
11 i 11 i 111 in i m 11111 I in m i m i i I u i i i in i i"i I '"I I I I i i > I' 11 I ** &**:**-". a new way of life new for the relief demanded in public sale to the highestand Lot 24. Section 7. Orange NAME LAW

Park Plat according to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
friends personal growth and the complaint. best bidder for cash at
FURNITURE imn<;ciST3EASTRRLlNa OFFICE EQUIPMENT plat thereof recorded in
that the undersigned desiring!
unsurpassed income opportu This notice shall be published the north front door of the
AIR BASE FURNITURE CO nity. once each week for four consecutive day County Courthouse in Plat Book 1. Page 23. Public to engage in business at Orange

Fi.e FonUtureCarpeting PHARMACY AMERICAN On June 3th I will dire a weeks in the Clay Green Cove Springs Florida Records of Clay County Park Florida under the name
Appllaneee beautiful ermine and gold compact County Crescent. between 11:00 am. and 2:00
Complete Hone Furnishing Service An in interest and intend to register the sal4
Reliable Prescription I parties
lathe JUNE 17. A. D. 1963.
Lloyd E. Jones Jr Owner t* the woman sending DONE and ORDERED at pm. on
503 Roosevelt Blvd. citizens shall have an opportunity name with the Clerk of the
best letter .n. "Which: Green CoTe Springs Florida. (Court Seal:
Jacksonville EV 7-4611 Complete Cosmetic Dept. to be heard at said time Circuit Court of Clay County
Specialists In attention GEORGE L. CARLISLE .
should be given FIRST this 11th day of May. 1963. "

TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-OKic EQUIPment ? My: one and only face ee GEORGE Lu CARLISLE. Clerk and.....r t place> Florida.

Pacemakers mad Pestles my etotbes? Why?" Clerk Circuit Court By: : Grace 1C. Carlisle CLAY COUNTYZONINO'COUUTRATnN William M Ires L.

Air Stream for Travel Pharmaceutical Needs-8wDCrlee..' '". Send letters t.: CAr County, Florid Deputy Clerk William M lYe ."n

l Used Trailers-Bank Flaanelai6O17 Complete! Line of Grsstlag KATHLEEN BAYER By: Grace M Carlisle (PublisIi! ,one only, at least 7 ByTJames E. Crawl _/ Sue H. Zvea 1

Roosevelt Blvd. 20M Blaadlag Blvd.,. Card P.O. Box 2fi-Phone 2M-59S3 D. C. days prior to sale). Chahman Sue H. Ires

BUTTS MOBflJS xP$7. HOMES.. INC .Jaekstavttte IT t-Tl 2GSS-S7 Park St. JaeksoaviBs Green Cove Springs May 23. 39. June 6. 13. June S May 30. June 6. 1963 May 23, 30 June I. 1S JTllUBSDAY J


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Seated, L to r.: Jean Brown, Carolyn,Geiger, Sandra Stamp, .Alice Clevinger, Susan Wicks and Sandra Underwood. '
Standing, L to r.: Leon Hodge, Jerald Akers, Charles McGuckin, Pat Fitzsimmons, Stanley Burris, Geor Weeks, Johnny :, .
Johnston, Tom Milberger, David Heney, Robert Bradley, John Bowles, James W. Carver Jr., Justin Senter John Looney, BRADLEY'S' DRUG STORE
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sel and Steven Day. Standing, L .to r.: Louise Heath, Judy LeClaire, Nancy Brack! Judy Strickland, Patricia Eddy, Anne
Gurr, LaVerne Branham, Mary Ann Michand, Carol''Ann Carlisle .Rose' Marie Buhl, Odell Moody, Sue MeCorssIrk, Carmen ..
Hamlin, Cherri Bush, Jean Rivers and Gail Wilkes. :

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