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 13, 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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Two More Actions ., '

County Juvenile ShelterA :. .r. .. ,,. : '

: -.5 In Circuit CourtTwo
new county juvenile shelter is to be constructed adjacent -

f to the county JaiL This was decided at last Monday's

meeting of the Clay County Board of Commissioners. more actions . bringing the total to four .

This and other subjects were discussed for the purposeof .' ....:... .,. :." have been filed In Circuit Court at Green Cove aimed at pre-
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discovering major expenses to be alloted in the budget :. '. ::,.,.:.:.....' "",."' : venting sale of the Naval Base to the City.

that is to be made up during the month of July.A :::<: .' .:." Late Monday witness subpoenas were served on acting
salary increase for county road department employeswas i .Y ,. City Manager Ben Zellner and D. T. Ehrmann president of
r,S decided upon. There was no definite amount set at this ., : ::.;{.:::".:: the Florida National Bank ordering them to appear at 2:30

time but board members expressed the hope that it wouldbe o'clock this afternoon before Circuit Judge John M McNatt

approximately $15 per month for each employe. The road: and to bring with them "any and all papers* notes contracts.

department has a total of 22 employes. j and agreements" pertaining to the proposed loan of the Florida

The County PTA Council had suggested a tri-county National Bank to the City to be used for the purchase of the

Crescent Photo by Gene Koza juvenile shelter be constructed for use by St. Johns Putnam Naval base.

and Clay counties. Sherriff John Hall and County Judge "Such testimony." according to the subpoena "is to

THE REV. GENE ZIMMERMAN Thomas Rivers told the commissioners that such a shelter be taken for discovery purposes for use as evidence at the
would not be practical because of the high cost involved in trial or both."

Methodists Transfer transporting juveniles to and from the shelter for hearings : The action was brought by Lacy Mahon, Jr.. Jackson-

before a county judge. ville attorney on behalf of Frank Canova. of Green Cove:

Sherriff Hall said that the proposed structure would Edward Wiggins, of Keystone; and Rex Smith of St. Johns

I All Ministers In CountyThe necessitate the hiring of additional staff to care for juveniles County.Late

housed there while they can now be cared for by personnel .. ,5 last week Mr. Mahon filed in the same court

County's three Methodist ministers have been trans- serving existing facilities. papers in which an injunction will be sought restraining the

ferred to, other areas. Their successors are due to arrive this Sherriff Hall is to supply plans for the juvenile facility City from borrowing the funds necessary to purchase the base.

week. that will be constructed adjacent to the jail. Sheriff Han Duty of approximately a score of U. S. government

The Rev. Gene Zimmerman minister of the First Methodist is in favor of this facility and said that one had been needed personnel stationed at the base as guards and firemen which

Church of Green Cove has been transferred to head the for a.long time but he .cautioned that the county is badly was to have been terminated next week has been indefinitely

1.000-member Kendall Methodist Church In Miami. He will I, in need of a new jail and it might be a waste of money to Crescent Photo by Gene Koza extended.In.

be succeeded in Green Cove by the Rev. Gordon N. Craig Jr.,, place an addition to the old building.: a counter-action to the second suit which is still
.George Owens (r.) assistant County Agricultural extension
t former minister of the Tamlami Temple in Miami. Mr. Craig unheard the City has asked the Circuit Court for a summary

who has served In the ministry only six ,years was formerly agent, got the first Green Cove Jaycees' distinguished dismissal of the case. Because of the nature of the petition
$5,000 To CountyThe Summer School service award last week as the man who has done the most
associated with YMCA, work. He is a graduate of Crozier Seminary request for summary. dismissal this cannot be heard
in the service of his community. He is:shown above at the
I in Minnesota. County's four municipalities until 10 days after the date of filing which would take it
The Rev. 'Don Nichols minister, ''of the Orange. Park will get a total of Starts annual installation and awards,,banquet of the .Jaycees being into next week. The second suit alleges that purchase of the
MondayThe congratulated by Frank L.: Schiele. Jr.. the group's new
>fethodlst Church, has' accepted an appointment. the faculty 5082.79() in State cigarette tax:: Other officers are: Freeman Everett, first base_ by the City is illegal.
or Emory University?-He will be succeeded by the Rev. Floyd 'month of Meanwhile, it was learned that Secretary of State Tom
for the
I, collections County's summer school vice president;. Frank Barrtnrton, second vice president;
R. Fisher former minister of the GulfpoSt Methodist Church. April'acoorctC'te, : '. Adams and, .Mr. Mahon, were in Washington. last week.
Richaril-B, .r w. atartaif C b 14IQ -c 'secretary i,fUBdolpli''BrnasotW; UeasuTer: JohttDaley :
Petersburg; Mr. Flsnver is a graduate Of thIr Candler, .chool. .director":ot'me.8t.BeveraceDepartmeBt. May .. .; .:' ,be Cesceiit omtacted. Funk anpva jsuafEort to
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of T&eolonr' -of Emory University... t. .:."'-"
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.! wilT begin at 7:36 ..E. HaiJSfd; ireetotsr. f".i, ) L.: -.:'
The Rev Thomas C. Geyer. minister the .. : Referrirli
Middleburg : collections not kndv his attorney ,bad. .to. Washington. ,
gone; tJ.o
State '
Total o'clock, 'f Key man awards went;to'Mr, Owens David L. Talboit,,. .
Methodist. Church, has been transferred. to, Jacksonville where amounted to more than $3 million :was: Branson :. The Crescent as "that rag" Mr. Canovs said his action bad
This announced at a Mr. Everett, Mr. and John HalHganE
he' will become associate 'minister at Lake Shore Church: He been brought to prevent the base from being controlled by
with total distribution '
meeting of the Board of Public John HaUigan was named Jaycee of the Year. .
I| will be 'succeeded by the Rev. Frank Edwards. a recent graduate of more than $2 million tbT approximately -gasolene :station attendants." Two Green Cove city commissioners -
Instruction on Monday. Twelve Jaycees of the:month were :named for the '
of Asbury Theological Seminary in Kentucky. a city commissioner of Orange Park and the
250 municipalities mayorof
The board named Kenneth past year. They are: Dan Melnerney W. R.;; Short GeorgetHansferd
While Methodism is. numerically the second largest Keystone all operate gasolene stations.
,throughout the State. Gearhart the County's first Mr. Everett Mr. Banington.. Mr. !Talbott Georgef .
denomination In' the County its membership an estimated Green Results of the visit were described as inconclusive.
Within the County
"exceptional child" teacher. He Wyman Tracey Saunders John HaUigan, Mr. Branson Mr.,
2,000 is far below that of the Baptist Church. It has Cove will receive $2,625.12. thelargest Word of the visit was published late last week by the week-
will be later
assigned to a specific Owens and Mr. Schiele.
however the largest church in the County in Orange Park; sum. Other County 4 ly Jacksonville Chronicle.
school which will be designated -
and the oldest Methodist church in continuous operation in municipalities to receive funds to handle exceptional According to The Chronicle, a representative of the Florida

the State, in Middleburg. The First Methodist Church in Green are: Orange Park. 1574.29; children.It Furman Development Commission recently told Washington officials

,Cove has the dubious distinction of being the only church in Keystone Heights $831.88; and I was also made known that University Honors that the State has an industry which would employ 500 per-

the state which owns two cemeteries neither of which it.uses Penney Farms, $51.60. the sons, ready to locate at the base if the State buys it.
entire coaching staff at
Tears have been expressed." according to The Chronicle
Clay High have left the County Former Clay High Teacher -
"that if the city gets it. the connection of the Jax-Wolf-
school system. They are: James
Million Records son crowd may see the base junked as they did with the St.
Tiventy-five Stearns and Louie Shipes, both William H. Stewart who resigned last June as a teacher -
Johns shipyard here following World War n and
with two years service; and in social studies at Clay High has been named to write a a realty
speculation result (Sic.
Earl Hill with one year's serv- history of the woman's college of Furman University, according

'1i- to an announcement made this week bY' Dr. Francis W.

I' ice.In the absence of Hirris C. Bonner dean of the University. BUCKMAN GETS 5th TERM SERVICES HELD FOR

Long superintendent of schools I Work on the history will be a University-sponsored pro- AS HEAD OF RIVERS AND LIGHTNING VICTIM

i: : : g who is a patient in a New York I ject in fulfillment of Mr. Stewart's requirements. for a mas- HARBORS CONGRESS Services for Larry H. Drig-
111 J. ; hospital for examination of a ter's degree in Education. I Henry H. Buckman n, of gers. 13, who was killed by
z nerve injury to his arm, the Park named last
Orange was
He will serve as a graduate teaching assistant in the I lightning while swimming in
board refused to act on another week to a fifth term as presi-
-I Department of Education during 1963-64. the I St. Johns River last Sat-
t v xY L request for clarification of the dent of the National Rivers and
"Mr. Stewart has taught in the Clay High School for urday afternoon were held at
administrative set-up at the: Harbors Congress in Washing-
PjS the past four years and has had wide experience that fits him the Decoy Baptist Church on
Orange Park Junior-senior high
_ to undertake this much-needed study," Dr Bonner stated. ton.Mr. Monday.
s school. Buckman is a consulting The boy. who the
was onlyson
5* i! f t Dr. John M. Malone. of Mr. Stewart who lives in Hendersonville. N. C., was engineer in Jacksonville.A of State Forester HerbertD.
j in and has lived the eastern United
Green Cove; Dr. D. M. Chris- born Maryland throughout record number of delegates Driggers. of Penney Farms

_ boffers. Of Keystone; Dr. M. B. States. He has served in both the Navy and Air Force. attended the sessions which had been working with mem-

Bergh. of Orange Park; and For four years he operated an Air Force School at Langley Air lasted from Wednesday until bers of his family at their pro-

Dr. A. Y. Covington. County Force Base in
Vlrg1n1a.'f' Friday. Among others repre- perty on the river near Clark

health officer were designated senting Clay County were T. J. Creek south of Green Cove

: to give physical examinationsto : Jennings. Jr.. and C. W. Scar- Shortly before 3 o'clock he

all County School bus driv- County X-Rays' :. brough both of Green Cove. suggested they all go in swIm-

... ,. ers before the reopening of .
.. ""'"" ,. .A, ming. A single stroke of light
:,t. ...{:" t:. ., school on Sept. 3. SEVEN FROM COUNTY ning killed him at approximately -
The board accepted the And TomorrowA
.w" resignations Today
JOHNS o'clock.
GRADUATE AT ST. I He was a student -
of three members
). I at Clay High School
: "" ," '. : 4' I of the Keystone high schoo two-day X-ray survey aimed at groups such as food Seven Clay County youths I In addition to his father and

.. staff. They are: Dozier Laird handlers and school personnel Is being conducted in the County were graduated last week at St. mother he leaves a- youngeraiser

'st' .1t. and Mrs Sibyl Jones teachers: today and tomorrow Johns River Junior College. Sheila; four grandparents -
.M Bobby Ray William of Green
..... and Mrs. Madeline Wyman a One mobile X-ray unit, furnished and operated by the with ,Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Herbert,
{ > Cove. was graduated high
i }, : cafeteria employeIn State Board of Health, is assigned to the county. The roving Green Cove and Mr. and
_, ...,-,'., .."_. .,...."....,,"-..,..>{,,-0>'1"" addition to Mr. Gearhart honors. Other graduates include -!I Iof
"[ locations Middle Mrs. E. C.
5 unit win stop at strategic at Penney.l"arms* Draggers of Bost-
..... ": four other teachers for the fall] Robert Clendenin Kath- 'I
: wick two
->" ."..,. burg Keystone Heights. Orange Park, and Green Cove Springs. ; uncles Robert Drig
...... ,..... named. leen Kenney. Jean Marcy and
...."M-;.{" ", ." "..- ....""...... ;:,'. --u 4:, term were Gearhart. They are:,. The X-ray'service is provided by the County Health De- William Wilkes an of Green gers and J. L. Herbert both
-- j Mrs. ParkHigh
:. 'M' .: Orange :
.... of Green Cove and three
*" partment. State Board of Health and the Tuberculosis and Cove; and Calvin Osteen and ;
.. ) Joan Boulineaux (Keystone -
1J aunts. Mrs. Woodrow Thomasof
i. -- High); Levona Dansmar; Respiratory Disease Association of Northeast Florida.This Richard Sunderland of Key-
Cove; and Mrs
(Clay High); and Arthur B year's survey will not be a mass community X-ray stone.
George Messer and
Mrs. John
{K Wilson (Orange Park High). program, but a selective case detection program aimed primarilyfor Menottf both of Bostwlck.
''. .. y.b Subjects to be offered at the those who are required by law to have annual chest X-rays. COUNTY TO GET $6"i i
"" ,<.... was in the Decoy Bap-
w .',... -... > summer sessions include Ma However anyone over 18 wanting a chest X-ray may take ad- OF TRACK FUNDS I tist Church cemetery.

of the service.Dr. .
,J) ... thematics. English Social Studies vantage State Comptroller RU C t- :ry.. ?!t1. j j.V
Crescent Photo by Gene Koza Science and Driver Train- A. Y. Covington. County Health Officer will handle Green said this',week .that t -

ing. the follow-up of definite and suspicious cases of tuberculosis. checks for $6.000"from'the'race mA.. E' RTS

Slim Whitman Clay County's gift to the world of music whose recordings have sold Each person X-rayed will be notified as to whether his film is track tax fund ire beingmall<3 ( BARBEQUE .

25 million discs has recorded a new selection called "Yodeling" which has Just been re- positive or negative V.
MISS CLAY COUNTY ed to each of the 67 counties. The L A. Womans Club
lucrative singing
leased. Slim who was christened Otis Dewey Whitman. Jr.. began his Volunteers have been recruited. by members of the Coun- The comptroller said the total I netted more than $260 at their
laid off In a Tampa shipyard. He Sandra Faye Stump. 18-
Just 15 years ago with no formal training, when he was ty Tuberculosis unit to handle the registration at each location received by each county to Chicken Barbeque in Spring
in comfortable home near Mlddleburg with his wife Jerry, and their younger year-old 1963 graduate of Clay .'
lives now of the unit. date for the current fiscal year Park last Saturday evening according -
who in at 205 pounds doesn't know how he High will represent Clay
6 old. The singer weighs .
child, Byron years Reed
Location of the mobile unit are: from the race 'track tax fundis to Mrs. Herman ,
retired Middleborg in the Miss Florida -
County pageant
by the name Slim. He married the daughter of A. D. Christ a
came clergyman who is now 83 years old. Mr. Ciist lives next to the Whitmans who bought at Sarasota June 28-29 Penney Farms ..:..._ PosVoffice -::.." today ;_ 11 to 12 $199,000.7ecdved'for.500.more than the treasurer.sons More served.than Funds 325 per-Trill

their land .from him. Slim has three: gold records, awarded for selling more than one million She has had coaching dra- Middleburg: -.- HunUey's.Store_...::- today_.V...... 1.30 to 3 each same county period last year. > be'put were toward the replacement

each. His recordings of Indian. Love Call and Rose Marie sold more than two million 'mattes and prior. to being named Keystone .,--.:-Jet. 100 & 21 .-today .__*..i4Tto6: There will be one more dis- of the ceiMng.: 'in the 'V. X:'A

each. He is the only '"Westerndn&'er ever to play London's Palladium. Three years ago Miss Clay County shewas C Orange Park Jet. UJB. 17 & Kingsley Ave. tomorrow 10 to 1 tribution of the race track tax I Building which is estimated. to
other child Mrs. Roy runner-up last year in the same
motion "Jamboree The Whitman have one
in the picture
he played contest. I E Green Cove ._ Walnut and Orange .- tomorrow 3 to 6 fund June 30. cost between $680 and $760.tt .
Beagle, of Meadowbrook.

TWO (May( QJounttj Crescent! THURSDAY, JUNE 13. 1963

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c1 ff( 1J (Eountn Crescent! otl h er N OTIC'E A of 57 lot ft.Block 57 on ft.Wall Berrlans by SU 140'being fU S/C'a facing.
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-.. -. '- of Lot 1. Block 28. North'Suburbs t>- _--'- >
**' byDUNCA.- GRONER > .-f' ... as rec. In OR No* 3. ...... .' '
"We arc fighting by ourselves alone; but we are not c page 523 and Deed Book l't| J: -
undismayed the Impending It was'just a year ago this week when I moved into Clay t .Notice Is hereby given that on the 2nd day of July 1983. at page 119 Will Vae (.wady ..... 10.15
fighting for ourselves alone we await Green Cove Springs County of Clay, State, of Florida, tax sale A tract of land extending .'140 .W', : }
assault. We must show ourselves equally capable of- County and bought The Crescent. I was under the Impres certificates will be,.sold on the following' described land, to pay ft. on Lemon St. northerly on ; .:> ,:-0. '.;..

6 harder sion the life of a weekly editor was one of erudite tranquility.I the amount due for taxes here ,Inset &pposite3the; same together. Wall St. and on Wall St.OZ8 r ,,_-t'\:
meeting a sudden violent shock or what is perhaps a with all costs of such sale and all advertising. ;. ft west from Lemon St. being.

test -a prolonged) vigiL But be the ordeal sharp or long, or both, came by this bit of misinformation, I suppose, because DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY NAME AMouNT a part of Block 1. Berrians "" "'W .

we shall seek no terms, we shall tolerate no parley-; we may- show I based it on my close friendship with the editor of the East 'A of b. 97 Palmer & Ferris "*, SID Suburbs of Lot as rec.1, Block in Deed 28, North Book

mercy we shall ask for'none. paper in Lexington Va.. when I was there in college. He put Church.Tract Rec.except in D B Parts 63 P. 53 to Ernest Tippins ........ S *.,* 43. page 71 John and Martha Jones 11.33

Winston S. Churchill out a topnotch newspaper and never seemed to strain much. East 80 ft. of Block 1. Lot 1.
Lot 7. Scottin's replat of west Block 28. Berrians SIC, North '.> y
14 July- 1940 My chief recollection of him is that he wore a $60 broadbrimmed 2 13 of b. 97, Palmer & Ferris Rosenbush .... 18.55 Suburbs, as rec. in Deed Book
Tract Plat Book 4, P. 50 Franklyn 30 & 593. except partto
9. page
Panama hat and in the afternoon hours when I am fight-
Lot 8. Scotten's Replat of West Lodge Lot 29 Muldrow Lot '
ing copy he was taking his ease on his side porch with a groupof 2 13 of Block 97. Palmer and and Lot to Allen Hattie MUf&ell- Heirs. .. 5.74
.. ..
Ferris Tract B. 4 P. 50 Franklyn Rosenbush 5.741 Lot 8 Block 2 of Lot 1, Berrians
congenial friends and his man was handing around the
Neal Jones ... J.T3
Gene Zimmerman IrrI Suburbs Martha
i Westerly Part of Lot J. Block' S/D. Block 28 North
decided then and there I needed weekly
"Q. "! mint juleps. a paper. I 101 Palmer & Ferris Tract .. 21-70 Lot 10. Block 2. of Lot 1 Ber-
I have learned in these twelve months. I As rec. In OR- 45. P. 380 Chas. Widner..! rians S/D. Block 28 North Su-

lIt said that "character" is! one of the few undefiled Oh Part of Lot B, BL. 103, Palmer' '1 burbs Willie Coleman ....... 10.13
......t' | has been Every issue of these past 52 has been a major triumphin & Ferris Tract, as'Rec. In OR ',,- ,', l. J. Lots 1 & 3. Block 3 of Lot 2.
words in the English language. Like "gentleman it defies 55 Page 301 Harvey Mean ............ 1S.55 Berrians S/D. Block 28 North
its good reporting. a major catastrophe in its bad and Adams ...... $.51
definition. It is compounded in part, of courage and Lot 1. Block 3, a S /D of part Suburbs Armetta
I have not been without catastrophes. of Lot C. Block 103. Palmer Lot 2. Block 3 of Lot%, Berrians
mercy understanding and honor conviction and tolerance humor & Ferris Tract Pauline Andreson ..... .. 3.75 SIB of Block 28, North Sub. Edward Willams ....... 38.53Lot
Trouble is, everytime you produce a paper and allow
and humility, and a hundred other characteristics as care- Lot 2. Block 3, a S/D of part 4, Block 4 of Lot 1. Block

fully balanced as the mechanisms of an orbited satellite. yourself to think you can relax, another paper stares you in of Lot C. Block 103 Palmer & Olina. Andreson Heirs .... 10.15 %8. North Suburbs Nola Herring .... ...... 4.74Lot

the Ferris 6. Block 4, Berrians S/D
The Rev. Gene Zimmerman who leaves the County'sthird face.For Part of !Lot C Block lOt as of Lots 1 & 2. Block 28. North .
... 18.55
the bitter truth is that a newspaper is unlike any in D B P. Palmer Daisy Lee Davis ...
largest church today to take up a pastorate in Miami rec. 102. 318. John P. Dewoody ....... 11.73 Suburbs
other business. A doctor a lawyer a grocer an auto sales- & Ferris Tract Part of Block 28. Nort'h Suburbs .. .. 10.15
to make unqualified Honter .. .
is possible
times big is if it Blotse ,
nearly three as Part of Lot H, Block 105, Palmer as rec. in OR n, page 77A ?

human judgments one of the rare possessors in man can all walk out of their places of business and lock & Ferris Tract as rec. Ward ............ 21-70 lot 85 X 100 ft. In North Central t.
the door, Chances are good (if they're good,) the business in OR 44. P. 426 Jack B. part of lot 3. Block 28. ".

the world today of character. will be there when they get back. Not so. a newspaper. It is Part of. Lot C, Block 106. Palmor .-r: < North Suburbs, as Rec. in DB Nola Herring ....;..:..., 4.74
the heels of the transfer of the Rev. Don & Ferris Tract at rec. 18.55' 19, page 45i .
Coming on gruelling midwiffery once a week and if you lock the door, D B 109 P. 416 James & Phyllss Crews A lot 25 X 111 ft. In NW part '

Nichols, minister in Orange Park of the County's largest well lock it permanently. Part of Lot O, Block. 106, Paler of lot 3. Block 28 North
church Mr. Zimmerman's departure is a great loss to the you'd as m & Ferris Tract as rec. Suburbs as rec. In Deed
The and In DB 109. P. 418 Eldon J. 4., Annie Robinson 18.55 Book 7 page 338. less part to 4t4T4
moral and spiritual fibre of the community he has served. Two thousand copies of Crescent are printed .... wiles Nola Herring ...,.

for distribution . well, most of the time . by Part of Lot C, Block 106. Pal-
By the force of his character, by his wit and charm, by ready mer & Ferris Tract as rec. DB Part of lot 3. Block II North
Thursday morning. By the time I have counted out 100 for 99, P 428, except part rec. in ... Suburbs as rec. in Peed Book Blnora & J.ta*h Bennett .
is ?
his energy and devotion, he has built among all men it DB 109. P 406 & 418 Elsie Shedd .:... ... .... 58 Page. 431
Office stand etc. the Coun-
Handy-Way, 50 for the news ,
generally agreed something stronger and better in his three Lots 8. 9, 10, 18, 19. 20. Block 2 Part of lot 3. Block H. North
ty mail is about ready for delivery to (1) Orange Park; (2) Eldorado Heights as rec. in Suburbs, as new In OR No, 48, Arthur lIrwl.t--... ISIt

years in Clay County. Doctors Inlet; (3) Keystone; (4) Middleburg and (5) Penney DB 11 P. 308. Palmer & Ferris ,' page 2<5 -- '
Like the old Pope, whose dogma is far removed from raot The Palms Broadcasting .
of Lot 3 Block 28 North
Farms. Between the post offices and the news stands in these Corp. .. .............. U.n : -,
Mr. Zimmerman's it can safely he said he is a good man. Suburbs bound on North : -
] places the trip consumes most of three hours. Part of Lot F. Block 107, Palmer by Ed Albert Lot. East by .'\>
His attributes and character and goodness, his energy and : & Ferris Tract, being the Major, South by Johnson. West

wit and an uncommon ability to express himself, will take On the way back, I titillate my senses with dreams of a East 238 Ft. of the East 923 by Washington Lane as rec. Hattie Major. .h" ."" 511,
ft. at the North 141 .. in DB 11 "f''
% ft. 191
him into bigger fields. The world over, mankind needs such bath and a nap but before I can even get out of the car. I as rec. in Or. 26. P 486 Robert Foster .. .. :. ..... .' Part of lot, 3.page Block 28, North "

talents.. am deluged with telephones messages. :Mrs. Schmaltz called Part of Lot F, Block 107, Palmer Suburbs, as rec. In Deed Book Allen Austin ......i.. 10.15
benefit barbe- & Ferris Tract as Rec. in DB 95. page 44. Berrian's S/D
in the world and said the information she gave me a
For if characer and goodness prevailed 29, P. 305 Ellis & Annie Hardee .... 26.95 '. *
Part of Lot 7. Block 29. North
cold no poverty no mistrust que coon dinner had not got on the front page; :Mrs. Tattle is Lot 3, Flamingo Four of Jj;
today, we would have no war S/D Suburbs, as rec. in Deed Book Willie :Mae Freeman . S.n
Man would live in peace and let his fellowman angry because in the account of her daughter's wedding we Part of Palmer & Ferris Tract 46. page 376

k no arrogance. to her the price of wedding invitations by PB 5. P. 37 Jimmy Harper .......... 21.91 Lots 1. 2. 3. & 4. SID of lot C
neglected save
live. East % of Lot W East of A C L of Lot 6, Block 29, NorthSuburbs Ida N. Cooper 9.73
leaving out that wonderful catchall: "Friends are invited. Ry. as rec. In Or. 14, P. 379
Palmer & Ferris Tract. Evelyn Knight 18.55A. Easterly 90 ft. of Part of lot
Wiggle is that the classified ad in which he asked David
Joey angry
Lot West of A C L Ry. and 8. Block 29. North Suburbs Naomi Smith BT Al 8.47as
for a buyer for his pet alligator was put in the wrong columnof North of Center St. as rec. rec. In OR No. 25. page 403

We Salute ParkThe classified ads. In DB 54. P. 310. Palmer & Part of '(Lot 8. Block 29 North
Orange the Ferris Tract. Bob Weaver ... ........ C-79 Suburbs as rec. In DB 47, page

When I am through placating these angry friends, I beginto Part of Palmer &: Ferris Tract i 448 and Deed Book K. page Dorothy Mitchell 4*... 15.19
as rec. in DB 84 P 56 ...... *.'5 642Part
Orange Park municipal center now nearing com- see . in my mind's eye . not a bath and a bed but Daisy Mae :Thomas .
Lot 14 and 15, Dewitt's S/D & Geneva Revels .... 13.72 of lot 8. Block 29, North
pletion. sets a high standard of ,architectual elegance for the several absolutely blank sheets of newsprint confronting mea Lot 22. Dew1t '" S/D Arvilla J. Aldridge ..... . 10.15 Suburbs, as rec. in OR No. Dave & Zola Johnson . 11.73
51, 20
County. It is a credit to Clay County and to Orange Park. week hence. You can manufacture trailers stretch yarn, Part of Lot 23, Dewitt's S/D. West page 72 ft. of West % of Lot

Perhaps it is more beautiful to non-residents of' OrangePark soap and an endless list of other commodities. You can't manu- as rec. in OR No. 26 page 236 Louise Battle ...... ...... 5.14 10. Block 29, North Suburbs Ed Bartley ........4. . 10.15

You have to wait for it to develop. In the case of Lot 1, Block 16, Less part to ._ Lot 1, SID of lot 12. Block 29
facture <
The tab is *
than to those who are paying for it. being news. SRD. Idlewild Park -Mrs. james W. Ott .. North Suburbs, as rec. in OR ,

picked up by those who eat in Orange Park. They will be a weekly when you produced a paper on Wednesday afternoon Lot 3. B. 28, Idlewild Park" Teves W. Dale .. ........ 11-7 No.3. page 515 Willie Coleman. Sr.. .. . 11.73

charged for .their garbage collection and many a citizen of the you're pretty well squeezed dry of anything printable on All Block 42, Idlewild Park James E. Padgett ...... *.*' Lot North 2. SID Suburbs of lot 12. Block 29 Annie Small .....,...... (.79

is about having to for what he did not eat. Thursday. Lots 5 & C, Block 47, Idlewild
town grousing pay
Park E. Paelgett ...... 315 Easterly 100 ft. of Lot 4 SID of
By whatever method of payment. we hope that as Keystone Having been chewed out by your irate advertisers you Parts of Lots 2 &3, Block 20, James Lot 12, Block: U, North Suburbs .
OR No. 39
and Green Cove develop some equable method of fin- escape again into a dreamworld of better things. What can P B Hamilton as rec. DB 90, -7* page ,478 as rec. in Stokes Peacock ...:.. . 10.15

topnotch municipal improvements will be devised. ) 'l locally with P. 386 Green Cove Title Co '''. 6 Joe Andrews ......... 18.55
ancing be done, tying it hi and with June 1963 "My t )'. Lot 1. Block 30. North Suburbs I
Lots 4. 5. 6, &; 7. and North SO '
Green Cove's has been immeasurably improved in recent months.It Country Tls. Of Th e." This seems like a safe' enough subjectto Ft. of lots 3 & 8. Block 31, SE Quarter of Lot 3. Block 30

is to be ardently hoped that a pattern has been set; that we please everyone. The inclination is to yell at every passingcar P B Hamilton SID Mason Lumber Co. .... .. n-U North& West Suburbs% of lot as rec.3. Block in Deed 30 Leo K. Holland ...... .. 11.83 ,

_are moving ahead a step at a time. Any other method. of because it interrupts the train of inspiration.: But what was West lot 4 10, Block ft. of 35 Lot, P 3 B,.B.Hamilton 35, .all Book 70, page 489

progress would be false. meant to_be ,inspiriation becomes :just' perspiration? (no great S/D.' except part to SRD Bob Arenburg ..;;..P-... 18.55 SW North Quarter Suburbs of Lot 2., Block 30 Annie Stewart ...... .. 3.43

feat,) and you begin staring at the ceiling. Lot 8. Block 35. P B -Hamilton .. 51.n SE uuarter 3. Block 30 .
S/D George Deel. ...',!J::;.:;. : North buor1sLot Delsey & WlMord Davis 21.91"Wl
When nothing when the ceiling is more mono Lot. 10, Block 35 J> "R. Hamilton .
comes, .. Cot 3 Block 30 *" .kDonsella
I. ( left is to turn 'to SID 'h' t :'Guys Dial ..y.h..v.7... 31.68. NE Quarter S. StevePart nst . 3.75
Letters To The EditorTo onous than the passing cars the only thing Grien Suburbs ,,:
East % -of':Lot 5. Block 7, -
something else. This 1s, perforce--, the disgusting business of Cove Springs' E. F. Anderson. Heirs .... IS.U of the NE Quarter of Lot in'r +.',
30. North Suburbs as rec.
writing payroll checks. Most of them are scaled to'Union. levels. Lot 2, Block 18, Green Cove '. '. Deed Book 29. page 265 ,May Williams: .'*.,... -47

The Clay County Crescent: all the board members were /WPA) levels- Springs t : .........? 26.95 4 Block 30. North
the other* to WPA (for those who remember Harry uucnoiix Part of Lot : .._ ,yo ,
A report is due the citizensof present, Mr. Francis sat, as executive Lot 4. Block 28. Green Cove Suburbs. as rec in OR No. :22: -
Friday is occupied with "killing out" the paper Springs Revels .' 5163 I page 585 Helen Williams;.,'*.. .. 10.15
Park and surrounding in the absenceof J. P.
Orange secretary '
putting back into the kitty for re-use the metal in news. In Lots 1 & 2, Block 29. Green %1.95A. Part of Lot 5, Block 30 North '.- -;1.'t'
: areas regarding the con- Mr. Long. I was recognizedby Cove Springs James D. Butler Suburbs, all in rec. in OR No. .
eS'in .. .
the middle of all this a Mrs.. Schichelgruber co She Edwa.rel.T. McQueen ; -
troversy over an administrative Mr. Wilkerson, chairman of L. 68 ftIn the NW corner 25. page 253
wants 50 different flyers on a roach-killing powder, which. she of Lot I, Block 30. Green Cove Part of Lot 7. Block 30, North ". .
change in the Orange Park the board, and restated as Springs, as rec. in O R 19. Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book
is selling to people with roaches. Pouring 50 mats is ,a matter of P. 836West & Juanita Glover 26.95 ft, 46 Mamie !Lee Forrest .. eo 3.7$
junior senior high school. briefly as possible the positionof William page
15 hours work. Then the casts must be put Into a job press. : Half of Lot 4. Block... 33 Part of Lot 7. Block 30. North
Many attended the meetinglast the. PFA in !regard to the Green Cove
Springs E & Jennie Wagoner in Deed Book
The cost without electricity or rent, comes to more than the Thomas ...... 51.61 Suburbs as rec. Johnnie Knox- .....l.. . 375
Wednesday night, June 5, administrative change. I pointed .........:..... ... 44, page '8
$10 which she had_ expected to pay, so she. thinks there shouldbe Lots 2 & 3. Block 36, Green Part of Lot "I. Block 30. North -
when patrons and parents met out that by school law, Mr. .. 35.35
Springs Parker Book
front door. Then Jessie & tern Suburbs as rec. in Deed
The Crescent's
three. balls hanging over
..... . 375
-at the high school! with Mr. Long, as superintendent I West 97 ft. o* Lot 2. Block 43 38. page 273 Annie Stewart
comes a call from The Committee of Who-Knows-How-Many. as rec. OR 22. P. 426 f3.15
Wilkerson Mr.\ Cherry! and Dr. only empowered to recommendor June Harris Part of Lot 7. Wiles S/D Block
They would like the address of a man. The name is the sameas Lot 3. Block 48. Borden's Oak 30. North Suburbs as rec. in Eugene Jr. & Mattie Franrfs

Paterson, the only school board suggest courses of action; I that of a former Crescent employe but there's not much St. S/D Green Cove Springs Estelle Kacsmar ...... 13.51 Deed Book IS, page 18 .. ;.... .: ........ . 101

members present, to survey the that the school board had the Lot 8, Block 49, Borden's Oak Part of Lot 2, Block 31. North
cooperation as to really who he is. They cannot explain. I offer St. S/D. Green Cove Springs Richard & Ruby Crockett Sl.ttLot Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book ,

whole school situation first power and authority act on a phone number that don't want it. More "shakeemupcalls" 4, Block 50, Borden's Oak n, page 275 Louts' Hendrl ks .... . 195

hand. Fol1o'Ying.this meeting, all matters that come before it; St. S/D Green Cove Springs Part of Lot 3, Block 31. North
on the same subject. Less Part to SRD .. 17.71 Suburbs as rec. in OR No. 45
these school board membersmet and that further, to not con- Richard Crockett Coleman .. .. .. 13 S3Raymond
312 Oliver
Friday Is for getting next week's paper lined up. Saturday West half of Lot 1. Block 51 page .
with Mr. Holmes, Mr. Grif- cur or to disagree with Mr. Borden's Oak St. S/D. Green Part of Lot 4, Block 31 North
you hope to be able to take off but it doesn't work. Sunday Cove Springs 10.15Lot Suburbs as rec. in OR No. 11, ,, ,
in in action did not in D. & Inez Hunter
fin, Mr. Tynes, and Mr. Feit Long any i J. Fender ... 15.19
you swear you'll leave the minute church is over. Youdon't S. or East % of lot lying page .e.
the principal's office, and fur- itself, or on this issue alone, North of Block 36. Green Cove Part of Lot 4. Block II, North .:.
to church . or the beach. Monday morning you
ther discussed all the issues.In discredit Mr. Long.There go Springs Less Part to SRD Emilyn Arrents 21.70 Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book '
Ned Bdwards ....,:,.. . 1319Jasper
realize you've got till Wednesday afternoon to produce. Again North 37 ft. of the East tt of 10$, page 461
this meeting it was agreedby was some there's more perspiration than inspiration. Forty-nine people Lot W. or North 37 ft. ofEast Part of Lot 1. Block 32. SID of
the three school board members discussion, and some pointswere 1At of lot lying Northof Lot 8. North Suburb at NE
come in and talk about everything under the sun except whatis Block 38, Green Cove Sprgs. Lycurgus Salter 13.72 corner of Lot 8. facing 60 ft.
that the matter of this administrative clarified. At this point, .
Middleburg Ave. as rec. in
news. You manufacture a story read it over and realize what Part of the North % of Block on
...... ... 19,IS
change could be Mr. Francis read a letter from 8, North Suburbs as rec. in DB Deed Book 76, page BaHy

resolved with speed and dis- Mr. Long, addressed to the bunkem it is and throw it away. Tuesday morning, without a I 18. P 440 Frank Bryan ...."..... 18.55 Part of Lot 8. Block 32. North
line of start out at 6 and drive to Keystone to pick Suburbs as rec. In OR No. 11,
copy you Lot 3. Block 7. Wilson & Kirk- ,"
patch at the regular school board restating his judgmentthat Patrick S/D. North Suburbs Mrs. John Wolf 10.15 page 437 Bwtly Jehnsen ..... .. > \
At 10 the to Jacksonvilleto
up the news. Back a 8. pictures go f'
board meeting, Monday, June this administrative changewas Lot 9, Block 13, Wilson & Kirk- Lots 5 & 6. SID of Lot 8, Block James White ........ 6..9
be made into engravings. Back at 12 picking up the Orange patrick S/D. North Suburbs Mrs. C. W. Jones 31.67 32, North Suburbs

10; since the weight of evidence to the best interests of the Park news on the way. Back to Jax at 3 to pick up engravings. Part of Lot 2. Block 16. Smith Lot 8. SID of lot 8. Block 32. Nanai Burton ....... 3,:' SLot
presented, and the mass of pub- school.The school board then I. Plat of Block II, North Suburbs North Suburb
lic overwhelmingly went into executive session to There will be pictures. But the news from Middleburg. Bellair- I. as rec. in OR 34 Page 14, Block 53, North Suburbs D. W. Fullerton .. ... . 21 .O

opinion, Meadowbrook. Penney Farms. Clay Hill and other places has 249 M. Lockett 19.71NW'LY Lot 3. Block 59. North Suburbs Bs<. Theresa ClajrtM . 5 "4

supported the position of the consider the matter. When we to be edited. It is Tuesday evening and the first four pages of 31.8 ft. of lot 8. Block Lot 5. Block P. Shand Plat Jame' B. Jones ... . 18.53;
called back into the 16. North: Suburbs Raymond Collins Jr. .... 16.87
PFA that this were room, Part of Lot C A 7. Bl* k P.
the have to be
paper ready. West % of Lot 2. Block 18 North Shand Plat. rec. in OR No.
change was not in the best interest we were Informed a motion had Wednesday morning there is the round of County news: Suburbs Ruth Lockett Messer ... 35.35 35. Page 505 Beet c..tnHt-.n- ... .S. 74

of the school. Indeed been made and seconded, not South H of Lot 4. Block 18 North Lot 1. Block Q, Shands Plat WHile Ma Freeman . 151)
the court house, the avalanche of propaganda that comes in 11.73
Suburbs Wilbur Lawson
Mr. Feit had the assurance of to take any action until Mr. Lots 3, 5. to 11 Inc), mock Q
from Tallahassee (I wish I had the price for a month and I Lots 1. Block 19. N. Suburbs Emilyn Arrents .......... 17.71 Shands Plat Wit*..r Lawson ..,... .. 21.M
these board members that the Long returns.
would go back to St. Augustine ceacn where I was twiddling East tt of Lot 1. Block 20 North Lot 12, Block Q. Shands Plat Bf.a.u.t O.H4er .... . IS.Si
issue was closed and that a for- There can be no doubt that Suburbs W. R. Hall 5.74
. (79
my toes a year ago last week.) Finally we get to press time. I Lot 1. Block U. Shand Plat Anal. Mae Freeman
mal delegation of citizens to by this maneuver the school East half of Lot 2. Block 20. Block
Lot 4 6. and Lot It,
took forward to getting out the papers the next day and hav- North Suburbs, less northerly

this Monday\ June 10, meetingwas board acknowledged its subser- ing a bath and a nap. 72 ft. thereof W. R. Hall 8.47 In W.Deed Shand Book Plat 109 less page part 39 rec. WHfcmr Lawson ....... '774

not necessary or really de vience to Mr. Long's will. [A corner lot 50 of!ft. Lot by 70- 5. ft.Block on NW 20. Lots 5. Block W. Shand Plat 84ta O.ln ........ .. 1I.SLot :;

these three In the Wilbur Lawson .. ... .. 3'5:
sired. Remember, a County among poor- North Suburbs as rec in Deed 8. Block W. Shands Plat
r Book 4. Page 328 Wilbur Lawson .. .... 21.70 Lot 9. Block W, Shand Plat Wllbar Lawn .. ..... 11.1.1
in teacher in Florida
board members represent a est pay ... ..... .. 10.15
Lot 1. Block 21. North Suburbs Viola McDade Lot 11 & Part of lot 10, Block
quorum or majority. As a re- and with one of the highest Lot 2 and part of Lot 4*. Block W. Shands Plat, a* rec. inDeed
Confusing The Enemy. and OthersThere 21, North Suburbs Wilbur Lawson .. ..... 21.70 Book 109. pair 309 Jam. & Lnevlna Reese 11.LoMaZ .S3
eult of this assurance, only Mr. paid school boards, we have, in Lot 7. Block 21. North Suburb' Ethel Williams ...... ... 10.15 & 23. Block ex. Shanel. '
Feit and I were present at the effect. a one-man show, out of South half of Lot 12. Block 21. ; Richard A Corrine KHler 17 5
may be good and sufficient reason to suppose North Suburbs William Bryant ........ 1LS2 Lot 15. Block HX... Shands Plat Frank Bryant? 2. .. . *.7!
June 10 meeting.At tune with the citizens in the Plat Mamie Kirkland .. . *? SLot
that the County would be better off if the State bought the North 67 ft- of Lot 2. Block 22, Alberta Chambers ... .. 4.27 Lot 19.Block Block IX.HX.Shands Shand Plat Naomi Rlehardn . 93
this regular Clay County community. North Suburbs t.
federal property at Green Cove than if the City bought it. Lot 8. Block 22. North: Suburbs George & Rosa Stewart .. 15.19 Lot 15, Block DC. Stand Plat Richard Corrine Miller 3.13
school board meeting, at which Halvor N. Hansen Lots 1 and East 25 ft. of South Lot 13 and 14. and 16. Block MX, .,
J. The difficulty In detecting this difference lies in the **.. HeUar4 . .. . 5?
...... 100 ft. of Lot 2. Block 23. Shands Plat JT DQpald Shroek .... .
confusing welter of reasons that are being advanced by those North Suburbs, also a lot 100 Lot 21. Block SX. Shand Plat SaIl ly Has A&cIe-r..a . ,? -i

..: PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY who would prevent the sale to the City. by Block 10* 23 in SW corner of Lot 2. Annie Fleming Barfield 26.95 Lot Lot 1 4.. Block Block VX.TX. Shands Shand Plat Plat Jasper Bryant . . 2J.70

BYCRESCENT The enabling act under which the State legislature gave Lot 4. except Northerly 31 ft- North half of Lot 2. Block VX
PRESS. INC. Block 23 North Suburbs Bennie Adams .......... 1LS3 and West half of North half
the the light is unconstitutional said. The ?. UArHt . . list
City green they Lot 9. Block 23. North Suburbs Frank Berry hill .*.,... 5.11 of Lot 6. Shand Plat *
Gr"a Coy. Springs Florida court struck this one down.It Lot 13. Block 24. North Suburbs Annie P. Brown.+ et al .... 15.19 Lot 2 and 5. Block vx ShandsPlU Leonard &. Beatrice Gamer

t'-. Phone 2843166MANAGER '. Is Illegal, they said. The court has not yet acted on Southeast 25. North quarter Suburb of Lot 4. Block Frank Jones Noli''2 .. .... 20.23 I = " "" 10.13
Lot 7. Block VX Shand Plat 6iar; Bryant . .. .: 1183
that. Part of Lot 1. Block: 36. North Agnes V. Jones .. .. 375
Lot 12. Block BB. Shand Plat
$ITOIIAIA Suburbs as rec. In Deed Book
If the Wolfson Interests get their hands on It, they win 71. Page 140 Durham Arllne ... . ... 10.15 Part of Lot 1. Block 34, ShandspLVeTt0"

:;:''A1' 11 junk it and a'real estate boom will result. The Crescent casts North- $0 ft. of the West 12* ft. U Deed Book fl* Her Wi Gt Turner... JTS
lt of Lot 2. Block 26. North Suburbs -
its lot for the 'real estate boom.If as ree. in Deed Book 16. Block 9. except Lots 1. 2. West .;.

will be page 273. Book 18. page 297. half of Lot 3 4. North 50
the it It locally
City gets according to
run. and part of L 3. Block IS Joe Flemni'r .:.. 11.83 ft. of East half of Lot 3 and

EDITOR: -- -.. .... ....- Duncan Groner' one of the plaimffs (See 'page 1) by a bunch of "gas station North n ft. of Lot 1. Miller's ..4s *?H North 50 ft. or Lot 5, 'Golden '
attendants."* S/D. Block 27. North Suburbs Ulysses Jk Earl. Johnson .. 2.75 Gate Manor Ernest ?tpplns . . "Tf
GENERAL _____.___ Eugene Koza Lot 8. Anal. Jones S/D of Lots I Lot. 5. I. f. A 8. BL 13. Golden
Well the least that can be said of these "gas station X and 4. Block 27. North Suburbs '. v. .e-i .' Gate Manor Ph1444p Carmichael ... 2Lt
** James T. ,Eason..... ....... 4.74 I Block 1S. except Lot 7. 8. and
__Eatere4 a* scoad Class Matter July 1*. n'2. at th* Post Offfe. attendants. Is that they are honorable men. West *T ft. of the West zn ft. 10. all Block 21 and 87. Golden -

Creea Cove Sprtnr Florida under the Act: of March 3. 1897.Claa The Crescent Is worried about who win run it locallyif of Block 1,, Lot 1. Block 23. Oat Manor Ernest Tlppins .. ..... TT4
o Seeea. ..*tac* pall at Gr* C.-r. S prime*, p1*. North Suburb Berrlans S I'D Block 31, except lot 1. 2. 3. 4.
the State gets it. a* rec. la Deed Book 42 page aad C, Golden Gat Manor Ernest Tipplns Ifc35Colemaa

..._: SC109CRIPT1016 a.a The decision will be made In Washington and:soon, 51, except part.rec. la OR No. ..,, vs.j North 40 ft. of:Lot, >r d.all
'_ 21 23*. *' OR No. 42. p. Lots 11 and II. Block 22. Golden
; page
One"Year=in advance *>4.00 we"hope.. 184 Aani.E Small ..... ....... i T.74 Gate Manor Hawk . . lUiPAGE

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,1 YOUNG GOES ABROAD KLEDZIK rtiA /, .: y' /, P.' Social NotesMr. Clay CountyArmy ServicemenIgnition
.,. r
zsw : :- -
Raymond' Kledzik, youngest' ,
9- .and :Mrs. Lawrence Miller PFC Dillion F. Polk systems, and other related -
I son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. J__. ___ _k rL
and family of Pleasant whose wife Geneva lives on technical training to include -
Kledzik sailed Maya 28 from
1 Point moved last week to Route I, Orange Park, quail- the hydra-matte trans
Savannah on the Dutch freighter
I *- Gainesville where Mr. Miller is fled as expert in firing the mission.
11 "Voltersum, for Amster
an engineering aid with the M-14 rifle in Germany in
dam. He has a job in England. .
River Basin project of the Soil April.A Jesse M. Nichols, m. son of
While abroad he plans to
tour ,the continent. He :will -.... I .: Conservation Service.Mr. machinist in Headquarters Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Nicholsof
", Company of the 37th Engineer Orange Park has completed
j spend some time with his 'broth- .
and Mrs. Leonard E. '' ., ::1I Group's 299th Engineer Battalion recruit training at the Naval
fi er, Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Kled-
.. .. .
Russell, formerly of Jacksonville "'J! ... Polk entered the Army Training Center. Great Lakes.m. .

zik and their family in Zurich ..... J .: have moved into the home ...... ....... in December 1961 completedbasic .

where Dr. Kledzik is studying recently in Green .'... .. ..., ...... ,'. "
kl6i,4 they bought : : training at Fort Gordon.
.. ; .: :''
Psychiatry. .. .. "
ov+_ ,, ', Cove at 516 St. Johns Avenue.A. .: .>. : .. ',: ..,::(.<'..:'.... Ga.. and was stationed at Fort Marine Private First Class
i Billy W. Davis, son of Mr. and
S. C. before
Jackson. arriving
I MRS. W. A. DAVIS 'r : : ",.,
Services for Mrs. Annie Ag- ,: 'L V I. Garragues is a patientin I: i< .' overseas last October. Mrs. Dennis 1,. Davis of Orange
r Clay Memorial Hospital following .. Park, is serving with Hq. Com
nes Davis, 91 years old, who' \_ .'< ............. The 24-year-old soldier son First Regiment First
t died at her home' last Saturday j' t :>t: '.Att a fall that he had last : ?:i ;;:.: of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Polk. pany.
: Marine Division at Camp Pen-
: :'" week when he brokehis ;;:
; ; .
: r of Orange Park is 1956 grad-
morning, were held Saturday 3 :* ': / _:..<,.;...r..",,:.'.<...... ..., .., :........ knee cap. On Sun- :.......:.>.'.,.:.':''..:.<'.:.:.' ( uate of Jacksonville Technical dleton. Calif.
I afternoon at St. Marys Episco- d.. ; .. .
: '. .. :1< :
j : :
his Davis
: .*;: : day nephew, Dr. Cox High School.
pal Church. She was the mother' 10.
and his family of Winter Haven
of Roy Davis, Green Cove bus- < Before entering the Army
visited Mr. and Mrs. Garra-
inessman.. he was employed by J. C. Hor- will take private pupils
I Mrs.\ Davis native of Manchester gues. ton's Garage Orange Park.
a .: ... this summer for individual
Il England, came to the instruction to prepare themto
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Garnerof
i United States more than half Private William M. Tinsley, be better students in the
Chilhowie, Va., spent last L.91 :
1 She had lived in '
a century ago. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland next rrade.

Clay County for 35 years. She .'...'.,.::'. ........... :.. .." ." -- .'" <.",.. week at the Qui-Si-Sana Hotel. Tinsley of Green Cove has been Contact
.< ....... Mr. Garner was formerly' with ,
was active, for' many years, in assigned to Company D. 17
1 Grace Episcopal Church, Orange '::;:::::.:z:::':; :::.:;'. ...:: ..:..:': : .. .::: the Burlington :Mills in Green Battalion. 4th Training Regi- Mrs. Vera Franklin
Cove. While here they visited (Experienced teacher-recent
1 Park.
ment at Fort Jackson for ad-
? Besides her son' she leaves ,- es1 .( 'A' many old friends. 4 vanced specialist training as a degree in elementary'

her (husband, W. A. Davis, of ; mechanic's helper. education).
the Mrs. H. G. Stone of Jacksonville .. ........ atBENNETI'
home. Services were conducted Photo by Gene Koza During his twelve weeks in
4 by the Rev. Robert J. was the guest for a few the school, he will receive instruction SCHOOL

I Sudlow, rector of St. Marys. days of Mrs. A. B. Reid. Miss Beckman Weds On in Theory of Automo- I or Call 284-3684

Burial was in Hickory Grove tive Engines, Carburation and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carlisle
cemetery. Helm Funeral Home'
moved this week to Keystone Parents 30th
was in charge of arrangements. Photo by Gene Koza AnniversaryBeverly
Heights where they have purChased -

I CHURCH NOTICE Candlelight Ceremony For a home on KeystoneLake. Kay I sonville was matron of honor.

daughter of She wore a light orchid potato This Week's

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE S. Beckman. de sols street length dress witha
I SOCIETY Tarr-McCarthy Wedding Miss Anne Reed of Beaufort, Hammock son | fitted bodice and full skirt. ."-..

Cor. E. Houston' St. & S. C. was the guest last weekof C. B. Mason Her headpiece was a flower of

N. Magnolia Ave In a candlelight ceremony, Her maid of' honor was :Miss her sister Mrs. R. D. Kled were united matching material with a circular ( LBONUSL'B1''S\'\

GREEN COVE SPRINGS before' an altar decorated with Ruth Hall of West Palm Beach, zik. Tuesday I veil and she carried:: a ,I;:;: ,

FLORIDA gladilous' Miss Nancy Jean a classmate of the bride at o'clock at the bouquet of feathered orchid .

Services held Sundayat McCarthy, daughter of the late F. S. U. Her gown was a pink : Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Church. The carnations..

11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. McCar- street length gown of silk .organza Connell and sons, Ricky, Ronnie merman Serving as best man was C.

Subject: 'thy, became the bride of James over' taffeta and she and Randy of )Macon. Ga., ring ceremony. E. Romig of Jacksonville. The

GOD TIlE PRESERVER" ... R. Tarr, son of Mr. and Mrs. carried. a bouquet of pink rosesJ) spent the weekend with Mrs.) The bride, ushers were Allan Beckman
'OF MAN" Walter Z. Tarr of 6ringe: Park, Mr. Tair's best man was 'Larry Cormell's: sister M?. and Mx&!. ', marriage by brother of the bride and Barry

at 4:00 oclock Sunday afternoonat :Mathews of Perry, Georgia, Thomas C. Williams. : a floor length Lancaster. -

.3une 16 the Methodist Church in a classmate at the Citadel, de sole with a reception followed in the

A cordial invitation is extendedto Green Cove Springs. Officiatingat Oharleston, S. C. Ushers were Mrs. Ethel Shands, who, fell sleeves which social hall of'the church. I

L attend our services.PENTECOSTAL the ceremony 'was the Rev. Walter Tarr, brother of the recently breaking several bonesin over the hands. Following a wedding trip to I Plus Valuable Plaid Stamps |

Gene Zimmerman.The groom, Alfred E. WilliamsonIII her foot, returned home Sun- veil of silk Pensacola. the couple will reside

bride wore a floor length of :Maywood, New Jersey, day from St. Vincent's Hospital by a crown of in Jacksonville.

HOLINESS gown with chapel' train of slik and Roderick Carlyle,. of' Mat- where she has been a patient. carried a .

CHURCH organza over taffeta accented toon, Illinois. sweetheart
Vermont Ave. Mrs. Palmer English had as r
'by a scoop neck with roses and Mrs. Alfred E. Williamson
I Green Cove Springs her recent guests her daughterand Mrs. C. E. SUPER-RIGHT SMOKED-WHOLE
seed pearls. Her shoulder veil
III kept the brides book at the
of illusion' was held by a single reception' following' the cere- son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. hearing aids
You have a Robert Doak of Norfolk Vir
rose headpiece of taffeta on mony, at the V. I. A. HalL The

Special Invitation nylon net. She carried a bou- bride's sister, Mrs. Tresa 0'- ginia. CLAY : to fit every
to attend
quet of' white roses. Malley, of Topeka, Kansas of- PICNICS33c
Church and Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. George Davis FLUBBER"I
ficiated at the cutting of the Sat.-Sun., 2 lossAtatto
CLAY III CHEERLEADERS and their grandson. George Ed- hearing
wedding cake. The bride'saunts Mon.' thru Fri.
Sunday School' 9:45 a.m. ATTEND WORKSHOPThe ward Platt, left last weekendfor
Mrs. AHeen McCarthy! Bot: office
Preaching 11:00 a.m. cheerleaders of Clay their home in Cloudland, '
of Green Cove Springs, and Feature
Sunday Nile Serve 7:00 p.m. High School' spent last week- Georgia. Mrs. Davis will remainfor
Mrs. George Wheaton of Fort' Phone
Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. end at t.he University of Florida the summer.
Florida assisted at the
Myers, ,
Pastor Rev. J. C.
Maynori'honeEV in Gainesville, where they LB.
I punh bowl. Wed., Thurs., ,
O-5830 attended a cheerleading work- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dobson
.t shop. Other relatives of the bride and their children are return- June 12,

attending the wedding and reception ing to their home in Green WALT

were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cove after about a year in At- "\ A Laboratory Trained

FOR RENT Wheaton of Green Cove lanta. The company for which WHITE: Hearing Aid Consultantfrom

Springs and the bride's nece Mr. Dobson works is transfer- Starring

17 ACRE RANCH Catherine O'Malley, of' Topeka, ring their offices from Atlantato Lull

Kansas. Relatives of the groom, Jacksonville.Mr. MAICO HEARING EIGHT O'CLOCKCOFF.EE

1 to 5 YEAR LEASE $65.00 PER MONTH in addition' to his parents, were Sun., Mon,

his grandparents. and Mrs and Mrs. James White June 16, SERVICEJacksonville
(Subject to approval by owner)
Ralph L. Redillion of' Washington returned last week from a trip
Contact MR. GOODWIN 284-3108 Penn.Following. of about two weeks, visiting Fla. will give

the reception, the friends and relatives in Wil- Starring FREE hearing tests and demon.

left mington and Raleigh, N. C. strations' Tuesday June 18th al
FLORIDA LIMITED & REALTY CORP couple on a wedding trip Starring

in the north. Upon their return,
1105 U. S. Hwy. 17 Co. 4-4621 Orange Park, Fla. they plan to' reside in Green Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Wyman BRADLEY'S DRUG
Cove Springs. have returned from a few days

---- vacation. in Sarasota.Mr. WALT STOREGreen

and Mrs. Leman Johns' oflia.ml "SON OF Cove Sprints, Fla. 49c $1.45FLORIDA
Plan NOW for a successful.VACATION ) spent the weekend as -

the guests of her mother Mrs. -
BIBLE SCHOOL 1" Myrtle Ethxidge.


Come in and j .

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VBS you have ever had. Come with purchase of 250 ft. or more of CHAIN LINKor
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Scriphw* Pr.M Ulr J_ e. Judy (L) and Janet (r.)
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!oJu.... ONLY $540. SEE HEW! WI _r' .a Mrs. C. F. Turner all of (Gates and Terminals extra.) LBS. !

"TtAVEUNGCOO'S Green Cove have returned ". -- *Mf .. ;
i from a year's stay in Spring-
.A' ,
yille. Ala. where they lived
> For a coatpM W.cf ion ef Vacate B&!. Sc&oof 0af trials... ;. -;, with their maternal grand BONDED LICENSE INSURED

L; ;.4' mother. Mrs. IL J. Keith.
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They were both graduatedlast
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High SchooL Their parents 15th. 115 N. Orange Ave... Green Cove Springs. Fl*.
525 Hogan Street EL 4-6791 Jacksonville Florida attended the graduation exercises. WRITE: 8!' Granada SL, St. Augustine Fla.



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I_:..;;J 4 17 Awards Presented To OP Senior Class SCHOOL OP PTA BOARD MEET OFFICERSThe Orange Park SocialsDr. I Graduation PartyThe I

the Commencement Jane salatuta- search Foundation; and Karen Parent-Fadty Associa-
During given by Ryan,
Orange Park High School of Mr.\ and Mrs. C. F.
and Mrs. Irwin Bernstein Last courtesy
Townsend scholarship tion of Park High School Saturday evening the
$750 range
Exercises last Fridaya evening torian Margaret E. Holmes,: a I
in Hoyt B. Cotney Stadium, 17 president of the student body,I the Emory of Oxford invited members of the School of Milwaukee Ave. announce Orange Park Assembly of the Senior Class Party began after Holmes, and Mrs. Edith Green,

awards were presented to out- and Ronald Soott, president of Award. Board to a special meeting last .the birth of a son, Tae Neil,i i Order of the Rainbow for Girls the graduation exercises last I iced tea, and buns. This stop

standing members of the Sen- the senior class. I James L. Lytle, who had been Wednesday evening at the on June 5 at Riverside Hospital.His gave a banquet in honor of Friday evening with hors d'- I was made possible with the help
birth weight 7 lb. 10% four members x>f the Robersons, Schlomers,
ior Class of Orange Park High instrumental in arranging for school discuss the proposed division was who are moving
State representative S. D. oeurves and swimming at the
WHders Feits Mrs. Turbevilie,
} oz. Mrs. Bernstein and the from Park Carol ,
School. many of the awards, presented: of the school into Jan. away Orange :
Saunders, commencement speaker baby are at home with thebaby's Stanislawski Jackie home of Gary Williams on and Mrs. Gamey. Besides eating -
to Mary E. Claytor, $10 award oir and Senior High School now Walton,
The eremonles opened with a the graduating sen-
urged for American Communismcourse parts. older brother and sis- Pat Howell, and Linda Post. Creighton Forest Rd. Ronnie their fill, the seniors enjoyed -
,processional by the Orange iors to strive toward the high vs. ter. Rogers' mother supplied the dancing the night away.
and for best 4 Attending this meeting were
Park Raider Band, under the est possible goals of indivi- $25 yearso
business school! board members: Dr. R. Mrs. A. R. The last stop, vriiich contin-
,direction of H. M. King, and dual achievement in the adult f ; t o Margaret Wooldrigde, who food.Then
M invocation senior Holmes, $25 from Huntley Bros. M. Paterson, Jack Wilkerson, Patty Kemper and Mary Pop- remains a patient in the Naval the seniors processed to ued until dawn was at the
and by beginning.
chaplain an Mary Elizabeth Clay- Valedictorian lives they are Diana now Lee Pearson for best 4 years of English; to I and W. E. Cherry. H. N. Han- pell were among the Clay Hospital, is in good condition, the home of Joan Gorski, where home of Ronald Scott in Ridge-

addresses Shirley Alice Roberson, $10 for sen made report of his visitto County 4-H group attendingthe and can now receive visitors. they were treated to a ,patio wood. They were served cake
were her address.
tor. Welcoming
gave best 2 years of music; to the school planning and sur- state-wide Short Course in Friends are urged to check party, with salad prepared by anad lemonade, courtesy of Mrs.

1 School Principal C. F. Holmes Leanard Bruce Shlomer, $25 veying and the legal officersof 4-H at Tallahassee with County with the hospital before visit- Joan and Karen Townsend.The Scott. A happy and yawnir:?

i I began the presentation of from Townsend's Pharmacy for the State Department of Home Demonstration Agent ing. next step was the Lions group then happily headed for

PRIVATE TUTURING I awards, which were donated by :fromoi i Sdl9 Education in Tallahassee. His Miss Sandra Reese. Club, where they were served home; their big night was rawa ::

I merchants and civic organiza- best 4 yearas of science, $15 inquiries were in regard to the Mrs. Mildred Bergh and son turkey, dressing and gravy. pleasant memory.
This Summerfor : tions of Orange Park and Mid- Richard H. Vincent, of
from San Lebrydo Lumber Co. technicalities of dividing the son Marcus of Athens, Georgia,
dleburg. As salutatorian, Mar- Mr. and Mrs. A. Durrell Vin- i
school into junior and senior
for best 3 years of social studies were guests this past week of
garet E. Holmes received a ent of East Holly Point Rd.,
Elementary Grades and from Oil parts.
I $25 day Mr. and Mrs. George Morrisonof 4
] statuette and $20 from Clay Oil was graduated last week from
Mr. Hansen presented to the
South of Orange Park I for best 4 years of mathemaics; Plainfield Ave. The Berghs
Corp.; Cora Suzanne Moss, $100 board members the objections Duke University. A pre-law
I and to Alice Turbeville, $50 are former residents of Orange
Hihghway 17 Beta Club Scholarship; Diana award toward books from the 'of the Orange Park P. F. A., student, Dick plans to enter Park.

Call Lee Pearson, as valedictorian, Orange Park Women's Club, and !''he conducted them and the the University School of Law
$25 da statuette from CJaya in the fall.
an attending parents on a tour of
and from Tire for
$10 Cotney
MRS. E. C. SHIVELY Mr. and Mrs.
A. Wells, with
Oil Walter A. Weaver, Jr., a
; the industrial arts rooms, chem-
best 2 of language.
CO 4-9326 $500 scholarship: from the i years Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hex- their son, Al, Jr., were in Win-
In behalf of the Orange ParkWomen's istry and physics labs, and
Southern Scholastic and Re- ham ter Park on June 6 for the
shower and locker son Tommy, former
J Club Mrs. Lee Dun- temporary
I graduation of their daughter .,::... ,
I can presented a $50 scholarshipto rooms. During this tour, he residents of Orange Park, spent ..
Judy from Rollins College.Mr w
Joan Marie Gorski. Carl Seit, pointed out the ;iboard's prior last Sunday visiting the Wal- ---_

president of the Parent-Saculty committments for equipment, ter Gorski family and other Y
CLAUDE'S COBBLER SHOP Association, presented their I and urged that money be spent old friends here. They now re- .and Mrs. Walter G. Odum t .z.3
side in Ocala.Onemonthold. and children Linda and Guy
$100 scholarship to Diana Pearson for these things, rather in the
} Expert Shoe Repairing have gone on an extensive va-
necessitated ad-
by an
; and Dr. Charles M. Rogers, expense
While You Wait Service retiring president of the Orange ministrative division of the Kimberle Suzanne cation tour. 3

Dying All Leather & Fabric Shoes Park Lions Club, presented a I school. Kinsinger, daughter of 3
$250 scholarship: to Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kin- Cdr. and Mrs. John H. x- a

CLAUDE R. JONES Wheeler Gantt. 4 SCOUTS RECEIVED AWARD I singer of Collin Rd., was Chris- Thompson and five childreinof
tened last Sunday at St. Mary's Frog Hollow Rd. havae t
Park The diplomas were given out Four Orange Park Boy Scouts mov-
1712 Highway 17 Orange
Catholic Church by .Father: ed to the Naval Air Station at
by Hlrris C. Long. Superintendent received the God and Country
of the day County Boardof Award during last Sunday Joseph Corde. Her Godparents Gleniwe, 111., .where: Cdr. tJ
are :Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Choj- Thompson is now stationed _
Public Instruction. Senior (morning's serice at the Orange
Leonard Shlomer gave the bene- Park Methodist Church.: nacki. After the service, a small with the Navy. Their son Bud- IN FLORIDA

diction.In !party was held at the Kinsinger dy is staying on for a few
This award, not a Scouting
COTNEY TIRE SERVICE 'recognition of their fine award, is conferred for giving home. weeks with the Robert Ricker BEER IS A NATURALBrewed

work wth this class, senior_ special service to their church. family.
Visiting the "Tex" Goodson .
sponsors Miss Joyce King and I Receiving the award from the slowly, by a centuries-old natural process, beer is
Mrs. Edna Mae Holmes were Rev. Don Nichols} were: Sam- family this week were her sis- Mrs. Ray Bradley was takento Florida's traditional beverage of moderation-light, spark.

Tire Recapping from Smallest, to Largest Size, presented with gifts from the my Nelson, Tommy Wilkerson, ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cly Memorial Hospital on ling, dejicious.And ) .

class. The Senior Class of 1963 and Carlyle Martin, members of .Louis Gartner' and children of'Plantation Mondaya, and expects to remain naturally,Florida's Brewing Industry I Is proud of the mU-

gave the school a lovely American Troop 24; and John Nichols, } Florida.' Mrs. Goodson a patient there for sev- lions of dollars it contributes to Florida's economy Florida's
Diat Miller Tires Autolife Batteries planned to leave ,today to eral days. She ill '
a became while
in commemoration of wholesalers ''
flag member Explorer Post 24* b: i 5 brewers. 101 beer and 17,000 beer retailers .
spend, two weeks with her parM's visiting relatives
the occasion. These four Scouts, who bye : : Georgia, employ more than 68,000 persons with an annual payroll of

The top ten, members of the worked all year with Rev. Nich 'Mr. and Mrs Carroll where Bradley children will remain 155000000. Money made in Florida, spent In Florida. In
Cor. Park and King Jacksonville, Fla. Welch
of Dela-
senior class are: Diana Pear- ols, have fulfilled the require- Harrington, during her illness. Florida, beer belongs...enjoy It.
ware, anr attend the Welch
son, Margaret Holmes, Leonard ments of being First Class f
EV 9-3027: or EV 4-6491 family reunion on June 23. Mrs. William
Raleigh :
Schlomer, Joan Gorski, Libby Scouts of the Protestant faith 0 UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
Claytor, Rosalind Knight, Tom studying, and participating in ''Westover Rd. is visiting her @ .
The Rev. and Mrs. Don Nich- FLORIDA DIVISION
parents, Mr.' and Mrs. J. L. Cox
Gantt, Walter Weaver, Karen service projects for their i
ols and children moved this of Nahunta
Townsend, and Oharles Man- churh. The God and Country Georgia.
week to Atlanta where he will -
i,' .; hart. Awards is considered second
-- be doing church work in con-
AND IN only to the Eagle Award, the
nection with Emory Univer-
LIONS PRESENT) CHARTER highest award in Boy Scouting.

ORANGE PARK At of the the Monday Orange evening Park meeting Lions" METHODIST CHURCH NEWS sity.Mrs. Cavita Blair and // America says 'That's forme!"

The speaker at last Wednesday's -
dub, the new charter of Boy daughters Candy, Lynda, and
1905 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264-6431 meeting of the )lethodist'Women's
Scout Troop 24 was presentedto Sandya, are moving to the New
Troop Committee Chairman Society of Christian Orleans area, where she will
I Service was Miss Jeannette
Jack Wilkerson. be associated: with Tulane University's -
Carey, a member of the U. S.-2,
new Primate Center,
:Methodist Home Missions.
headed by former Yerkes La-
Miss Carey is serving a two I
boratories Director, Dr. A. J. -- --- .
rperiod as a home missionary -
"Where The Best Is Better \Ve Collect Riopelle. i
nurse at Brewster Hospitalin

Jacksonville. She gave a fascinating -
'MJi ONLY Electric talk about her nursnigwork NEPVEUX HEADSOP

and the new equipment II
at the hospital, as weSFas explaining Felix J. Nepveux became )

BEST TelephoneBills the U. S.-2 short-term(: president of the Orange Park

YOURNEEDS missionary plan, under which : Cvitan? Club at the annual in-

young college graduates of ages i stallation of officers which followed -

21 to 28 can serve as mission-i a dinner meeting Tuesday -

aries for a shorter than, usual night. Mr. Xepveux, whois -

period of time. genera lagert for SouthlandLife slit

i HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGSGet TheVSCS has recessed for Insurance Company, succeeds -

I It All From I IO. the summer. There will be no Gordon Dandridge.Mr. .

I iI! mere meetings until September.At Sandridge presented, on

B. NALL HARDWARE\ their breakfast last Sat- behalf of the club, a check for F'M CUTVAM COWVCim LK

urday morning, the Methodist I $100\) to J. P. Tynes, general

1923 Highway 17 Phone 264-6831 Orange Park Men saw a movie of this past supervisor of County shoo,

year's Gator Bowl Game. to defray the deficit incurredlast .'''''.......__ 7
spring by the Science Fair.

Following his installation by

Morris Sponsor, of Jackson- OIds fever is taking America by storm

ville, former governor of the and here's one of the! handsomest

"WHAT DO YOU MEAN Florida Civitan district, Mr. IIJOiOfT DfDS reasons why: The captivating
F-85 Cutlass!
h Nepveux announced the club's

) project for the coming year Sensational V-8 action and quicksilver
A ill be the addition of booksto agility both figure la this bucket-seat

-I $10.00 FOR THIS HAIRDO!" : Shool the library.Orange Park High I'StlBGningJhingl beauty's record-breaking popularity.

Other new officers installedare So why not join the nearly 1,700

: James Hackney, vice president buyers a day who prove that going
Old it the going thing! You lose
u ; Allen D. Frye, secretary may
J She be casual looking, but she has orderly heart but
mar an ; Jack Watson, sergeant at your you'll discover

r a'x\ w a. business-like mind. She uses our checking, savings, arms; C. F. Holmes, chaplain; one of '63's biggest thrills!

and three directors: J. T. Trip- mi ss-HCf MX jujuitr ROAD AJUSfMr -
and safe deposit services regularly and other services lett HI, Fred C. Davis and Lee Ne Sees OM* Dads .& MppTjr ImtttlTHFJU7S
i as she needs them.


Chuch Dennis and the All I


"rHJiANK: OF ORANG PARK Saturday night from 8:30 to II I

12:30 at the Dr. Inlet Civic
COMP ITI' CONFI INTIAL > COWtTIOUS Center during the summer


Banking Service They will play twist rock

and roll an dsquare dancing

music. Admission is $LOO. and Park Phone 284-3033 Green Cove SpringsC1tal1


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MMm' Keystone Social Notes ), Church News Hon. J. Edward Larson Guest ELEC GUEST WALTER SPEAKERAT LEE

Vacation Bible School will

..i Mrs. H. L. Morgan. Jr.. was Mr. and Mrs. (George and be held June 24 through 28 at Speaker At K-H High SchoolState LION'S CLUB

hostess at a luncheon on Monday Bernice) Young attended the the Community Church, from On Monday evening. June 10,

June 10, honoring Mrs O. E. S. Chapter meeting recently 9:00 am. until 11:30 ajn. The Treasurer and State Keystone School as well as the Keystone Heights Lions
Rand Edelstien the former and showed some pic- Club held their regular monthly -
course offered this year will be Insurance Commissioner the teaching there for many years
Mary Lou Gardner. Guests included tures of their new mobile home entitled dinner meeting at the Ma-
"Living with Christ.: Hon. J. Edwin Larson was in Members of the Class of 1963
Mrs. Sam Gardner Mrs They formerly lived on Lake sonic Hall with their wives as
This year's faculty will be as Keystone Heights on are: Dianne Brokas. Billy
Everett Fox little Randy Edel- Brooklyn and now live at day evenig June 5, to speak guests. A delicious meal was
follows: Mrs. Games Barbara Drake. Bill
Beginners. Car!
stien. and Hank and Peter Mor- Orange City Fla.. at the Land- 't at the graduation exercises at prepared and served by the
Flakes. Marguerite Float San-
Darden. assisted by Caroylr 3ff : *
gan. O-Lakes Trailer Park. Keystone Heights High School. Junior Woman's Club.
dra Forth. George Leath. I.
Jean Mooday Julie Walker Mr. Larson a former Keystone Following the meal. President
Chuck Pardee. Jr.. Mary Ann
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Dal- I Mrs. T.T. Wells from Gaines- and Joyce Powell. Primary De- .w,.',....,.. resident, as well as a one-time Tommy Millican asked that
Schaeffer. Barbara Stanley.
hoff Jr. and two children of ville is visiting her daughter partment will be under the principal at Keystone School Ivan A. each Lion introduce himself
Nancy Sutton.
Lufkin. Texas are guests of and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs guidance and instruction of :;fi".. .., had an inspiring message for and Bob Jackson. and his wife. He read a letter

Mrs. Dalhofrs parents Mr. and M. J. Haynes of Keystone Mrs. Raymond Starnes. Grades Kf: '.::.... :.,,: the 13 graduates interwovenwith from Lion Charlie McGlave
Mrs. William WaIz of Key- Heights. ,.... .".,,:;" .. .. .. amusing personal Miss Emma Kate Mansfield
anec- who
1 and 2, Kay Sunderland Carol '' '.W out-going president was
.....,.,.,.,.,... class
stone Heights. I Stephenson and Lorraine Dey :Rir.: : dotes about Florida and this I was sponsor. It was she unable to be at the meeting

TheC. A. P* is getting ready Grade 3. Carol Warren Caro! < .... area a few years ago. who nursed this group through because he was hospialized.

Henry Dryden son of Mr for another one of their bar- Gardner and Hellen Lambert ,:.W ,. Miss Nancy Sutton, Saluta- 3rd. 4th. 5th. and 6th grades Lion Millican then introducedthe
and Mrs. F. W. Dryden of Silver beques at the estate of Col Grades 5. Mrs. R. N. Sunder- ....>.;' ..-. orium for the class explainedthat so. as she says she feels as if honored guest of the evening -

Lake was host to his fellow Ashley. See any member for land craft leader: and Mrs ::;:}wo.t : v' ... ." .'> although most people they are "her boys and girls." District Governor Elec,

graduates on Friday night your ticket. William Beam. Grade 6. Mrs : t:.::::.., thought that this was.the first Following graduation Bill Walter (" ") Lee of
June 7, following the Com- Joseph Wildt. craft leader; anc* ":Wjf,,,':"'.:. x L graduating class from a Keystone Flakes a member of the class, Gainesville. Lions Millican said
mencement Services at B. H. S Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Muir and :Mrs. Miller Wrinkle. Grades 7- t &% High School this was :I. was host to his classmates the that Lion Lee was the one responsible -

in Starke. The Dryden home son John took their daughtei 12-the young peopleMrsJohn 1Y ... : ... not the case. Up until about 2C I I class sponsor and all of their for the North Florida

was the scene of festivities un- Margaret and Margaret'f Bird craft leader; and :...... .. ..... years ago. Keystone Heights I friends at a postgraduationparty Eye Bank for the restorationof
til 6 ajn. the following Mrs. William ,. had 12 but because of
mornIng Sumpter. Music grades
friend Mary Ann Schaefferto
I on Wednesday evening, sight. The Eye Bank is located -
when after a good breakfast Ponte Vedra for dinner or Mrs. Robert Hendry. pianist I I.A. the meager number of high June 5. The party was held at in the J. Hillis Miller
the guests departed foi Saturday evening. The twc Miss Gertrude Houser; Wor- ( school students those grades
the Flakes home on Silver health center in Gainesville.
home and some much needed girls are members of the class ship-primary. Mrs. William were discontinued until 1959 I'
Guests swimming
In speaking of the Eye Bank
rest. Few; and junior and when a 9th grade was added :
of 1963 of B. H. S.. and K. H. S. young
;x:< dancing and delicious Lion Lee reported that the child
so therefore were the guests people. :Mrs. Albert G. Holt. The 10th was added in 1960;
barbequed ribs and chicken. who was the recipient of LionLee's
Remember the Junior of honor. Looking across the Bible Subjects to be studied etc.. until in 1963. the first
The Seniors of 1963 are sister's eye. now has 20-
Woman's Club Dance on Sat- dining room they saw some- will be follows: presschoo! Photo by Gene Koza senior class was graduating.Miss .
grateful to the following people 20 vision with glasses. With-
urday evening June 15. The one they thought they recog- group. "Growing with Jesus": Margueria Float had I
Miss Carlisle who helped to make the out this wonderful foundation
dance will be at the Keystone nized-and indeed they did recognize primaries to read. "Bible Ad- Tommy M. some interesting things to say ,
class trip to Atlanta Ga., the child would
possible have been blind
Beach from 9 pjn. till 1:00 him-Just three tables ventures;" juniors to study in her valedictory address. Mar-

ajn. Tommy Kennington pop- away. Danny ("Make Room "Christ My Life;" and young guarita joined the class her : all her life.
ular Disc Jockey from WDVH For Daddy") Thomas was hav- peoples group to discuss "God'sWord Broivn Ntibt'als on SundayCarol sophomore year coming tc Wally Muhlhofer Ducky's It was decided that the

will supply the music. Admis-! ing dinner with two unidenti- for Me." I' ., Keystone school from Melrose Dept. Store Richard Murrhee Lions would hold a barbequeor

sion will be $1.00 per person. I fied friends. Bible school director will be l Ann Carlisle, daughterof light blue sheath and her head- I Mr. Carl Duncan Presidentof Grover Davis J. H. Dennis steak supper sometime in

Mrs. Barry Wyman. and assisting -I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carlisleand piece was a blue shoulder veil the Clay County Teachers' Lindsay Walker George LaRue. August at the home of Lion
.similar to that of the bride. Pete O'Connor. Bill ReynoldsDr. Frank Nooney. More Particu-
LEGAL NOTICE will be Miss Margaret, Tommy son of Association announced that
Muir. :Mrs. Thomas Hawes will' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown Her bouquet was of feathered his organization had a scholar- Don Christoffers. Keystone lars later.

I I TOWN OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS be in charge of refreshmentsMrs. were united in marriage last pink carnations. ship fund of $250.00 for the Saf-Gas. Dr. Philip K. Par- Installation of Officers was
Calvin Martin will be in I Paul Carlisle brother of the most outstanding senior in sons. Rev. William Wcrstall held with Lion District Gov-
"On Beautiful Lake Geneva"NOTICE Sunday at 2 o'clock in the First
charge of the nursery. Mrs I bride served as best man. The Clay County. This was pre- Lucille Foster. Bill Belote. Bill ernor-Elect Lee as the Installation -
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following described Miller Wrinkle and Mrs. R. N Methodist Church. The Rev.I ushers were Garry Carlisle,II sented by Mr. Duncan to Miss Scales. Don Pangbom. Western Officer.An .

t lands will be sold at public auction on the 6th day of Sunderland will be in charge of Gene Zimmerman performedthe i Terry Carlisle, John Looney!j i Float. Auto Raliegh Zike. G. E. Wiggins interesting film was

la July A. D. 1963 at the City Hall. Keystone Heights. County of decorating the Sducationa"' double ring ceremony. I and Bobby Hicks. I Mr. Bud Anthony a member Al Watson. Roy Tyre shown at the conclusion of the

1 Clay. State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein Building. Given in marriage by her Timothy Murrhee of Keystone of the School Board gave the Keystone Millworks Ray I meeting. Speaking of the Eye

set opposite the same together with all penalties and costs of Closing Program will be father the bride chose,a street I: Heights was the ring other awards: Miss Nancy Sut- Chance. Bill Lee. KeystoneEgg Bank, Eye Bank Chairman

such sale and advertising. Sale to start at 12 o'clock noon. June 29 at 7:30 pjn. length: gown of embroidered bearer.A ton received a medal for being Co-Operative. Bud Anthony Lion George M. Schaeffer re-
Description. Tf tOva1er .. Amt. of taxes and costs Community ?Church'"'Women. silk organza! *witji i ia\ :fitted! .fco'dice reception followed at the ,second highest- .in her class Lazy Susan Restaurant pors the following eye-wills for
}, Lot 5 Blk. 10 Velma Lamee $ 1.16 Plus Adv. will serve the. faculty of the and full skirt. Her t 'b t1l- Elks Club. Assisting at the reception Other honor students DiannE Philip A. Knuth, Vesta. Aiken the past week Ernie Tomes,

Lot 6A. 6B. 7ABlk. 31 '- L. L. Lamee '- 23.10 Plus Adv.. Vacation Bible" School a din- der length veil was held by a were Mrs. Richard Brokas Barbara Brake and O. J. Murrhee Clay ElectricS. Martha Tomes Pamela Tomes.

Lot 4. 5 Blk. 14 Flossie Tower 6.93 Plus Adv. ner on Wednesday. June 12 circular! headpiece of matching Murrhee, Mrs. George Carlisle, Bob Jackson were recognizedThe E. McKay. Richard Lovorn Cheryl Tomes. Frank Jones

Lot 30 LkvH. 10 Flossie Tower 1.16 Plus Adv. at 7:00: pjn.Hostess material and she carried a Mrs. Jennings Murrhee, and award for the best all- and Keystone Barber Shop. I Bonnie Jones.

: Lot 13. N Nth 14 Blk. 20 W. H. Redfearn 51.98 Plus Adv. greeters for morning bouquet of white orchids with Miss Lavon Payton. around student went to Barbara -

Lot 1 Blk 15A Nelson B. Bell 4.62 Plus Adv. worship service .on, Sunday white carnations.Mrs. The couple; left on a wedding. Drake.

r Sara D. McDonaldTax June 9. were Miss Gladys TilUs Phyllis Anne Hicks, sis- trip to St. Augustine and Day- George Leath received the A.
Collector and Mrs. E. A. Rushton. Rich- ter of the groom served as tona Beach. Upon their return, award for the best athlete in "Let the Rest of the A

f June 13. 20, 27. July 4 ard Martin was Acolyte. I matron of honor. She wore a they will reside in Green Cove. the class. Each year, the Criscc World Go By"
Company gives an award to the ctl

student in each school who is

i outstanding in the field of

i home economics. This awarda Recreation plots near the ol swimming hole
beautifully engraved trophy -
was presented to Mary $675.00 up if you and the kids aren'ttoo

Ann Schaeffer. She was recommended -
lazy to walk a couple blocks.
for the award by

her teacher Mrs. Kathryn Ke-

hoe.Following Sec Us for your Real Estate Needs
the awards. Mr I
Anthony introduced Mr. Larson '

the speaker of the even-I S. E. McKAYKeystone


\ w DAY SCHOOL ing.Principal Mr. Philip Knuth: Heights Phone 473-4816
Quality presented the graduates in,
! turn to Mr. Hirris Long Coun-

ty Supt.. of Schools who gave
'" : each his diploma and shifted
,. the mortar board tassels from
' I one side to the other.In .
presenting Miss Float, Mr. NO WONPER WOM M LIVEMEN..LOOK

Knuh said that not only had
I she been awarded the Clay': \

I }' : County Teachers' Scholarship I, HOW LONG TdEY'Re GIRLS.1

but she had also won a $50.00
j I
bond for an essay she had wri-J II I

ten on'the History of Melrosefor

I the Florida Historical So-

N ciety. This was a state-wide

o .4 'I Ii IE 1I Bob Jackson class president '

: gave a short message of appreciation f:
#A r
AN'S to all the parents of FirrAr

the class members. l

| Mr. Long asked that all parents -
P I stand to be recognized.In 1 ;' / /

vocation had been giver ilrjtf r'1.:: i1!
I 'r Jr i f:
by the Rev. A. C. Holt; the Rev.J. :frfi.rfJ
R. Smith gave the Benedic- ; f

and Recessional ERQI
music was fumihsed by Miss

I II I Gertrude Houser at the piano qA A. iwi
CHEVROLET Miss Houser. a retired teacherwas

\ I 1 11I also once the principal of

And another thing that will keep you yoonrer
/ Murrhee
new labor savior appliances. When you boy>> a new dish

Insurance Agency washer or other appliance-choose oar bank for low

Telephone your Chevrolet dealer for any type of truck. cost convenient financing.

I I I'I s : .


: ti See: RICHARD AgentPhone MURRHEE

Orange and Park .. Green Cove Springs 473-47S6


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Standard Oil Little Leaguers Clay/ Hill ; Green Cove Recruits AND MIDDLEBURG CHILD BURIED"MOTHER" :
r>>- ; !

.. Services for Mrs. Dolores.
;;i Reporter: MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND --J Hatcher Frisbee, 21, and her

;; ;\; tff We *were'** really :pleasantly: been sick for so long and not : infant child, wfeose deaths occurred -

surprised last Tuesday eveninglast I able to go anywhere. Aunt Babe win three days of
I I Padgett is able to attend church I! LiiiIsiZM each other, were held OB Satur-
..'..,. ..'...'.....". ( week) when a car drove I, again also. At one time we all day and Tuesday. .

q' up to our gate and a great big,i I thought Aunt Babe was goingto I Graveside services were held

L grown man. crawled out of the answer tie call, "Enter thou j on Saturday for the baby who

car and started to yell at us. in, thou good and faith servant died Thursday. at MFddkferg

Of course, we went to see what !" But :she is going strong cemetery with the Rev. Bobby

had escaped from some zoo, but again at the age of 93, or 94, Knight, pastor of the Middle-
I[ have lost count! I burg Baptist CJrarch officiat
it just happened to be our old'
In spite of Sunday being the : ing.Mrs.
est Charles Fields and his Frisbee's death
son, I oceur-
homecoming services at the1day
family-or we consider themas 'Ted on Sunday at Riverside
Hill church, they had just .
I his fam 1y. He and Dottie I three short of their enrollment Hospital, Jacksonville Services -
{ \ J held Tuesday at
adopted a baby while overseas, present for Sunday School.: The were
,, %f ': and now have our youngest enrollment is 83, and there were I I Black Pond Baptist C&M cft. The

I daughter, Lorene's children 30 present who were counted,; Rev. J. E. Conway officiated.Mrs. .

which makes a family of five but if we had been just a few 4 ::\ Frisbee leaves her husband -

children for them. Three of minutes earlier, we would have I_ & C. L. Frisbee, an 11-
these children had beento '\4 month-old son, Terry; her par-
been in the count !
r If W anyway, we
: see us before, but they are were there in time for the' ents, Mr. and Mrs. EHis Hat-

all very sweet, loveahle chil- class. My daughter, Lillian, andI cher; her grandparents, Mr. and

dren. They are spending a few were there earlier, learned Two Green Covers Robert Eichorn (left) son of Mr. Mrs "Ray Moseley and Mrs.
Bottom row L to r. Tony Snipes Randy Masters, Craig Brooker Herbert Snipes, Ronnie
Snipes, batboJ'Top days in Jacksonville and Green that on this one day the Sun and Mrs. C. W. Agin and Stanley Foy (right), son of Mr. Ethel Hatcher; and three sis
I Cove with Dottie's relatives ters, :Mrs.:\ Milton Green, Miss
and Mrs. Anderson shown above they
day School didn't start until Foy are as were
row L to r. Coach Leon Armstrong, lIaxieViIson, David Pigue, Alike Knight, Bob
also. Charles is to be back on into the Unted States Marine Air Corps Reserve May 25th Dean Hatcher and Miss Patri-
Borries, Marc Geiger, Ronnie Delp, Del Demay, Don Fullerton Woody Mulford, Rickey Delp, : 10:30, so we rushed madly backto on
Manager Johnny Neyman. post by June 15, so they can Highland for Sunday School, at N. A. S., Jacksonville. Both recruits will be membersof cia Hatcher, aH of Middleburg.

not visit very long with any- didn't wait for the reports or the class of 1964 at Clay High School in the falL
:one. He is still one of our Army ANYTHING after Sunday S/sgt. and Mrs. J. W. 0'-

) : boys, still have his twenty School class was over, dashed Berry and family have returned -
AA H C & FarmsReporter
Penney Bellair Meadowbrook NewsReporter to Huntsville Ala. after
years of service completed be-. back to Clay Hill, got in on the' a
fore too much longer. Any of class there, rushed back hometo weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.

: MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8131 our children never tell us be- get our dinner, and back : LEE McGUIRE 264-6959 Lanier of Middleburg. Mrs. 0'-
fore (hand they are coming, but Berry is the sister of Mrs. Lan-
Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs .Ray Smalley, :Mr.:\ Paul L. Johnson returned during intermission. We got The Girl Scouts held their The Medeira Drive Baptist ier.

:Mr. and Mrs. A. Seldon Bar- retired missionaries to the Belgian Friday June 7th after a tripto we always, know it when they there-in time for the church court of awards dinner May 30 Chapel opened their summer

rows who may be reached at Congo, left the Memorial Wellesley, Massachusetts. to get to the gate! But this boy, .house to be so full there was at 6 o'clock at the Orange vacation Bible School on June
Charles and his mother Bessieare Mr. and Mis. J. B. Wynn and
no room inside, so we stayedout Park Lions Club building. The 10 with an attendance of 146.
1833 Waite Avenue, Kalamazoo H o m e Community Monday visit his son, Robert. On the return -
of Folkston Ga.
both very intelligent peo and heard what we could, Girl Scouts and the Brownies The workers certainly deserve Shirley were
Mich. A newspaper clip- June 10 to attend the Metho- trip, he visited his daughter -
of Mr. and Mrs.
don't what guest
ple-if you care you and visited with old] friends. Grace after which ,much appreciation for their supper
ping from the Kalamazoo Gazette dist Missionary conference at Dorothy who is on the sang every- Lanier last
dated May 30, gives a DePaw University. At Warsaw faculty of Hood College for say! Last Wednesday they Brother Clarence Knight was one enjoyed a delicious dinnerof (hard work I in making these Wednesday evening,

picture of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- Ind., they will visit the girls, at Frederick, Maryland.H. started out to a grocery store, doing the preaching, and we fried chicken, potato salad, weeks interesting and success- May 29.
Starke all of the stores Mr. ar.dIrs.::\ David Masaimi
rows and tells about their gol- parents of.a.. missionary who went really wished to hear ,the message baked beans and all the fix ful for Cue. boys and girls. I ,
the former Lanier
they found were dosed. They Carolyn are
but-as so others- amazed to find out
died in Africa. many ings. was they
celebration at
then wedding an H. Carter assisted
by started to Middleburg, got spending part of their honey
S their children After visit in Flint Mich. was just out side the door. dinner have already spent at least
house given by : a Following the
qpen Efenbert D. Myers conductingthe pro-
moon with :Mr. and
so busy talking they forgot to I I parents,
From the homecoming serviceswe I two weeks for
getting ready
of their ihe Smalleys will to their which in-
at the home : go service, will be the preach. watch which road they were gram was presented Mrs. .Lanier of Middleburg.They .
went to see Aunt Babe Pad- the actual two weeks of the
daughte ran dson-in-law, :Mr. cottage at East Aurora, near er at Penney Memorial Church wound in cluded 'songs by the various will make their home in
and Mrs .Jack Northam. Buffalo. Their son, home on taking-and up gett, hadn't heard from her for troops, the Brownie fly-up school. In the beginners de-
worship service at 11 o'clock Orange Park! Now if that isn't Wollaston, Mass., where they
from Africa will visit sometime, learned she was as ceremonies ipartment alone the four workers -
Relatives came from Rochester furlough Sunday. Mrs. Myers will singa intelligent work, tell me whatis awarding of badgesand are seniors at Eastern Maga-
and with his there. Later, "chipper as ever, came on skit spent about 35 hours eachin
and Albany, Muskegon parents solo, "Why Should He Love the a very amusing by rene College.
Anyway, we got gro-
Grand Rapids, Mich., and from another son and family will Me So?" by Robert Harkness.Mrs. home, and in a short time were the girls of troop 474. Mr. Orr preparation.The .
ceries nice long ride and got
a .
the Kalamazoo area to honor come to their cottage.. busy with Junor Union in the president of W. E. Cherry PTA
to talk for sometime before we Carol Long, Connie Gowans,
this occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Smalley will Highland church. Busy day? presented with regular business meet-
the Barrows on was a gavel as
Ira :M.:\ Frey was honored got (home! But this is really an Nancy Gallups and myself en-
The celebration was officially travel to Boston to visit :Mrs. Well. maybe, we didn't have a token of appreciation of the ing of the Bellair-Meadow-I
last week at a tea by Miss intelligent family, the mi&tkes time i joyed a cup of coffee and cake
closed with a dinner party out Smalley's father and other -relatives to stop long enough to fact that the PTA sponsors the 'brook Civic League was held
Carrie A. Tarbell and Mrs. May one doesn't make, another can with Gerry Duncan: Tuesday
find out! And all of this .time
at the Gull Lake Inn for 21 relatives for the month of July. Scouts. last Monday. Next meeting will
C. Orr. Mrs. Frey expects to come right along, and finish the had left better-half Jim morning in honor of her birth
we our ,
and close friends. One They plan to return to Penney be on June 24.
leave Memorial Home Com- job! and we defy anyone to doa
at borne the sick list. He
on was
Farms about 1. day.Mr.
hundreds and ninety-five sign-' September munity on June 22, to take up better Job of making mistakes able to be and .around, but Cub Scout pack 410 held acake and Mrs. Duncan and
ed the guest book. A tape re- residence Pineerest Manor up sale at the Cedar Hills Mr. and Mrs. Clements and
at : than we can! not able to attend services. children, Lindsay and Julie,
ording of many of the guests Mrs. Charles Bair, convales- Mt. Morris, IlL, where severalof Feels better shoppir-g' center last S4u.rday..Eah ,daughter left last Thursday for are leaving Sunday for &several
Monday morning.In
ekes was made. cing at Clay Memorial Hospital her friends of earlier years den had a turn at run- Alabama where Mr. Clementswill weeks In Georgia. Mr. Duncan
Mr.\ Barros was boy scout celebrated her 82nd birth- The revival.-at Clay Hill was ning tie sales booth. Results te
live. Mrs. C. H. Coker presented working the space is teacher and coach at Orange
executive of'the Fruit Belt area day last. Sunday. She received a corsage which she had arranged well attended and there were kH o 4- this rambling it were very suc: essfu1. program. Park High School.
council for 29 years, and retired many cards and visitors;: who for iHrs. Frey. Mrs. four professions of faith during -seenuri-TCe--;- tomitted. the banner

;4, in 194S; a member of the made it avery happy ,daya. Georg' Harve'y' gave some humorous the week. We did not get _class. !fiie: .Clay Hill Sunday

Kiwanis Club for 43 years; reminiscences which the to attend except on Saturday Sobool. Well, it was the Nur-

and a member of the Young There will be a free illustrated night. This little church had .sery. It seems that the Sunday I
Harveys and Freys had -shared ,
:Men's Christian Association for educational lecture on Food since both couples arrived their homecoming Sunday, before there was a tie, Nursery -

60 years .He was a member of and Nutrition, by Mr. Charles during the hurricane in Octo- which was well attended. Mrs. Beginner and Primary. '
.(the First Presbyterian Church A. Schnable, noted authority' of Lizzie Dupree, from Jackson- There were 91 present on this : ;: '.i' -
ber 1950, and occupied neigh- .
in Kalamazoo 50 yearswlT J Austin, Texas, at the. Penney boring apartments at 101 Poling ville, who has been unable to Sunday, June 2-still just 83 *' :4. : e& : J'4

a "former president of the Farms Town Hall, Saturday at Blvd. attend the services for some enrolled. If some of the other *

Young Women's Christian As- 3 o'clock.Mr. time, but was formally a reg- churches would just get busy, %
sociation.The Mrs G. L. Parry presented ular attendant at the home- our Sunday Schools and all ? -k

and Mrs. Harvey Travisare gifts to Mrs. Frey from her comings, especially at Long services would improve in number ;; '4'4 .- -

Rev. and Mrs. C. H. spending the summer in friends, including a photographalbum Branch, was with us Sunday. as well as membership, and .

Coker enjoyed a visit the first Algonquin, 111., where they will a foundtain pen, writ- She has been unable to attend spiritually.The ,

ten days of June, from their be with their daughter and ing case and stationary.Mrs. services for more than a year. Highland Sunday School 'l'-' : IS,,

eon and family, Prof. and Mrs. grandchildren' and many other Elizabeth SCiaifer led We were really overjoyed to has 114 enrolled, we had 69

Robert C. Coker, David and friends there. They left Jack- the group in prayer, askingthe see her able to be out again, present Sunday. The Primary i S : I

Barbara' of Indianapolis. Mr. sonville on May 2S and flew to Lord's blessing upon the even if she does have to use class won the banner. Our Jun-

Coker is associate professor of Chicago. It was their first air- guest of honor as she goes to her "fifth leg" (crutch. to get ior Union is holding our own

economics in Indian Central] plane trip and found it very en- :her new home. around with. One of the for- in number and work, but we I

College, a church-related: school joyable.The Other guests present were mer Clay Hill school teachers, need more Juniors to have a & $ ri t SS
sponsored by the Evangelical :Mrs.:\ Karen Kiser, Mrs. R. W. Florence Crews (married name real good Junior Union. Correction -: S '

United Brethren Church.: After Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Wag Nelson, Mrs. E. C. Lenz, Mrs forgotten again!) was present. please! We need more I

touring central Florida last ner had as their guests last R. E. Bohner, Mrs. R. B. Also, Nellie Wilkinson was present in each department to have a I

week, the family left Penney where the Gordon Howard 1'.SIrs.. B. H. Nymeyer, even if she does have. to real training union! who will

Farms so Mr. Coker could be. Drake family, members of }Ir.. Mrs. S .R. Schieb, Mrs. C. F. use a walker to get around. It come on and help?

: gin teaching in the summer Wagner's last pastorial chargein Schriver ,and Mrs. Jewell Prim- is good to .see these folks again, Brother Clarence Knight

term of the college. Wrsaw, Mo. rose. especially the ones who have I' preached for us at Highland

Sunday night in the absence of

S. \ -' pastor, George Chism. Brother
George asked for a week off
": ''to go somewhere else-to campor
\ '
\ .. somewhere
our long nose
'. $, never did get this all straight,
\ so we can't say much on this.
;z '
'S / ,
\ The Long Branch: church is

: 1/ having their Bible sccool this ...,.
\ week, classes during the day.
'' '.,. t ,
1'N I The Clay Hill church is aL*> S'
Slaving'I their Vacation Bible ,

school this week, classes be-I
ginning at 7:30( in the evening. '

..' The Highland folks are waiting! ,
until the first week in August -

for their Bible School. As all

\ ? know, this is a busy time for

all, when it comes to this kind

of work- and work is really

what it is! We know, we have

been through a few of them.

But it is a wonderful work, we c
S ,
need to have more of them.



People! were sold en the Grand Prix the day It case out. Can yea reoeaber a car c&fII on Ha this 0Be! Grabng! peso's iaHln kaSa thIs one! .AFTER 51 YEARS -
Mrs. Elma Thomas Riggs has :

Jut after all, it's a Pcatte. And this year's PcntUcs are making new Meals faster than you can say Wifc-TradL Cone ia and wel iatrcdia ycu. retired after 51 years of

teaching in Clay County. I 83 'Years Without a Vacation

@ At the time of her retirement

Mrs Riggs was principal Since 1880, Florida phones have gone about their business of bringing people
PONTWC GRAND 'PfilX; of the Penney Farms
together around the dock around the calendar.
Because depend it
School. She also taught first you on ,
and second graders. your telephone never takes a vacation. Over 1,500,000 Southern Bell phones

pJrs. Riggs, who was born in S FIorida-a1l dp-workfiii1titheto5keep; :, people in touch lor any

: NESS, JlU.ICK- PONTIAC.JN.C. Belmore, between Green* Core -; "ptirp6seday or night,"at so little"cost3 ., '*-'- ** rl

and Penney Farms, now lives '
: .
: :.. _., ,, Kingsley's Lake. She is a grad- .southern Bell L

430 Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Fla. uate of -the University of. .
Florida; S .. ..su.:1 .

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JUNE 13, 1963



1AIR Sec. 194.16 F. S.


Gloria Murray-Hessner Hoade. IN CHANCERYNO. that Loren Tucker the holder that Mrs. N. Lee Taibottitfee
IN CHANCERY NO. 3610 JioSer of tile following
certificates -
Plaintiffvs. of the following certifi-
3614 certifi-
filed said
FULTON SAVINGS BANK, cates has filed said certificatesfor has
SOUTH BROOKLYN SAVINGS cates for a tax deed to be *-
Thomas Francis Hoade KINGS COUNTY, a tax deed to be issued

MOTELS DefendantNOTICE Plaintiff BANK a corporation thereon. The certificate num- uedl thereon. The certificate
vs. Plaint bers and years of Issuance the numbers and years of issuance:

OF SUIT v. .the description of the property,
description of the property


Thomas Francis Hoade GLSNDORA; Trr\fre. assessed are as follows: assessedl are aa follows:
FOR RENT wife.
MILBERGEROrange & JOHNSON By Week or Month USAFE HQ (L G.) Defendants Defendants. Certificate No. 119 Certificate No. 89

ENGINES Year of Issuance June 1. 1961 Year of Issuance June 1, 1959
APO 633
O. S. 17 North
& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS PHONE 234-3605 New York City. New York NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE .OF Description of Property Lot Description of Property Part

(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -I TO: WILLIAM R. MAC LAREN TO: Gtendora J. Rimes.lsidence A Blk. 102 Except Parts Re- of Blk. 53 as recorded in Deed

REFRIGERATIONAND that a suit has been filed GUSSIE M. MAC LAREN. Unknown corded In Deed Book No. 79 Book 64 pages 366 Hardens

SALES & SERVICE PIANO SERVICE against you in the above en- his wife. You Glendora J. Kimes are page 85, Deed Book 103 page Oak St. S/D Plat Book 1 page

AIR CONDITIONING OUTBOARD REPAIR titled cause and you are hereby U. S. Naval Air Station hereby notified that a complaint 118 O R- Book 1 page 156. & 15.

1 s Service Hwy. 17 Orange Park GEORGE WEEKS required to serve upon plaintiffs Guantanamo Bay Cuba to foreclose a certain O. R. Book 6 page 285. Palmer Name in which aassessed.

Home Phone 284-078O' Phone CO 4-9835 PIANO SERVICE attorney whose name and (Navy No. ilk Box 35L mortgage of the following des- & Farris Tract, Section 38 Jeannette Lugo

address appear hereon, your Fleet Post Office cribed real property to wit: Township 6 Range 26E. Namein All of said property being in
Business Phone 281-9431 Tuning Rep+(Atag .
INSURANCE ,written defenses, if any to the New Your. N. Y. Lot 2, Block 8, Meadow- which assessed W. B. Lucas the County of; Clay State. ofPlorida

PHONE sj84-aa4 I bill of complaint In said suit YOU, WILLIAM R. MAC brook Unit 2, according to Sr. ETAL. I. .*-i l IJ[

AGIN'SRefrigeration I Box 6O TObernia\\. copy of which is delivered to LAREN and GUSSIE M. MAC plat recorded thereof in All of said property being in Unless such certificate or

4 ,.d---- Green Core Springs you herewith on or before .LAREN. are hereby notified Plat Book 6, Pages 12 and the County of Clay. State of !certificates shall redeemed

f'g -.- t June 24. A. D. 1963. I that a complaint to foreclosea 13 of the current public Florida. I according to law the property
p And AirS RF.AL ESTATE Herein fail not or decree pro. certain mortgage on the following records of Clay County. Unless such certificate or I described in such certificate cr

ConditioningSERVICE confesso will be entered against described real property, Florida. certificates shall be redeemed certificates will be sold to the

you for the relief prayed in the to-wit: according to law the property highest bidder at the courthouse
HERMAN E. REED CLARENCE B. LAZETTE and has been filed against you
bill of complaint. described in such certificate door on the first 'Monday
400 W. Walnut St. Fourteen ((14 and. you are hereby required
Sales Licensed Broker In THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT or certificates will be lr.W .in Month of July, 1963 which
f Chrysler Airtmp I Ph9Iie ;a46721Green ((1)) MEADOWBROOK, to verve a copy of your answeror
Authorized Philco Cove Green Core Springs BEING FOR DIVORCE Unit One (1) according to I pleading to the complainton the highest bidder at the court is the 1, day of July, 1963. .i

-- Service .4S Springs Since 1037' WITNESS my hand and the plat recorded in Plat Book the plaintiffs attorneys. house door on the first Mon- Dated this 4 day of June,

seal of said Court at Green 6. pages 7 and 8 of the cur- day in Month of July. 1963. 1963. ,.,.,., ,
Ph. 284-3680 ELECTRICALAtlas Marks Gray Yates Conroy & r. w
Day Homes Farms Acreage ; .
which is the 1 of "
Cove Springs Florida this day July SEAL
public records of Clay ..
Gibbs 231 East Forsyth Street
r4 ; Night 284-3402 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 14th day of May A. D. 1963. County Florida Dated this 5 day of June, Geors L. Carlfek ""'
Electric & Mechanical Jacksonville. Florida and file .
% S. Palmetto '
GEORGE L. CARLISLE 1963. Clerk of Circuit Coif of
has been filed against you and the original answer or pleading '"
Green Cove<< Springs CompanyWe Clerk Circuit Court I SEAL .. Clay County, Florida-
CAREY'S TRADING POST you are required to serve a in the Office of the Clerk
electrical By Vivian H. Sohm George L. Carlisle June 6, 13, 20,27p
do all types of
I copy of your answer or plead- of the Circuit Court in and
APPLIANCESJim WE BUY SELL TRADE Deputy Clerk Clerk of Circuit Court of
wiring. :dRAY Three locations: Scruby &; Yonge ing to the complaint on the for Clay County Florida 6fl or Clay County Florida. LEGAL NOTICEIN

Carter Appliance SHIPP "S :. e> 15 E. Palmer St., Ph. 284-328Q Attorney for Paint plaintiffs attorneys. Marks..I before the 1st day of July, 1"31 ,June 0, 13, 20. and 27-p THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Gray. Yates Conroy &; Gibbs If you fall to do so, judgni$
Service Address
Owner I
and Manager .
Warehouse & antiques old 231 East Forsyth Street Jacksonville by default will be taken againstyou
305 Great Oaks Circle
): A. F. Baker 4; Phone 284-9228 Gym Bldg. S. Orange Are. Florida and file the for the relief demanded in LEGAL NOTICEIN CHANCERYNO.
i Refrigeration & Orange Park. Florida 3648
"BIG TOP" tent Blanding original answer or pleading In
the complaint. This notice shall
Air Conditioning Service May 23, 30, June 6. 13. 1963 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Clarence T. Boone.
the office of the Clerk of the
MOBILE HOMES Bird. At Ridgewood be published once each week Plaintiffvs.
Circuit Court in and for Clay
for four consecutive weeks in
Furniture &: appliances at LEGAL NOTICE CHANCERYNO. .
Major Appliance Repairs County. Florida on or before
the Clay County Crescent.
Washers Dryers BUY OR TRADE bargain prigs 8tfc the 24th day of June. 1963. If 3641 Vera BooneDefendant
Phone 284-3542 For Your Used Mobile Home. you fail to do so, judgement by REBECCA ANN ALTMAN,
Green Cove Springs, Clay NOTICE OF SUIT
Top Dollar Paid. Big Allowance default will be taken againstyou Plaintiffvs.
for the
relief demanded in
on Your Coach to Trade.
of May 1963. TO:
Call EV 4-5584 Collect.ST. the complaint. JEFFERSON ALT-
PAUL'SAll SECURITY: Can be yours also known as This notice shall be published George L. Carlisle MAN, Vera Boone

I JOHNS MOBILE HOMES by preparing now for coming JEANNETTE M. STARRICH once eaeh week for four con- Clerk. Circuit Court Defendant D-5 Gonzales Gardens

Legal Beverages Inc. Civil Service Examinations.For Plaintiffvs. secutive weeks In the 'Clay Clay County. FloridaBY NOTICE OF SUIT Columbia. South Carolina

f' Open 8 A.M. to 1 AM.Dnval JESSE M. BITTER Information; : Write-Ad- STARISTCHalso County Crescent. : Grace M. Carlisle THE STATE OF FLORIDATO YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-

Line ranee-P. O. Box 218 Lady JOHN AUGUST Deputy Clerk : Thomas Jefferson Altman FIED that a suit has been filed -
County DONE and ORDERED at
284-9436 known
as against you in the above
Lake Florida. May 30. June 6 13 20 Residence Unknown
Green Cove Springs Florida, ,
North of Orange Park 2.14 tfc JOHN AUGUST STARRICH entitled cause and you are
this 18th day of May. 1963. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
JOB security can be yours by DefendantNo. GEORGE L. CARLISLE. LEGAL NOTICE FIED that a suit has been filed hereby required to serve upon

preparing now for coming Civil 3622 Clerk Circuit Court against you in the above entitled plaintiffs attorney whose name

I I 5HTUNITYllEAE I Service exams. Send name, NOTICE OF SUIT Clay County Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF cause and you are hereby and address appear hereon.
address and phone number to your written defenses, if any
THE STATE-OF FLORIDA TO: _By. Grace M..Carlisle required serve upon plain-
NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE "' D.: C. CHANCERY tir attorney wbosename. and to the bill of complaint in said
INC. Box A, Clay CountyAREA r suit copy of which is deliveredto
known as May 23. 30. June 6, 13. .. NO. 3649 address appear hereon your
FOR SALE HELP WANTED Crescent Green Cove Springs. ANN D. KING. written defenses if any to the you herewith on or before
Fla 2-8-1 JOHN AUGUST STARRICH July 15 A. D. 1963.
Plaintiffvs. bill! of complaint in said suit
.RESIDENCE UNKNOWN LEGAL NOTICE I Herein fall not or decree
FOR SALE 4 bedroom 'V WAITRESS : Over copy of which! as delivered to pro
I WOMEN 18 to 55 PLUS ? ? ? YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- confesso will be entered againstyou
house Elsie Street Hill- 21 at Lu's Tavern Kingsley before
ROBERT V. KING. you herewith on or Jcuy
FIED that suit has been filed
DOCTORS and DENTISTS: for the relief prayed In the
top Section call 2843860. Lake. Room, Board and Salary. 1, A. D. 1963.
Need women to train to be against you in the above enti- ROAD DefendantNOTICE bill of complaint.THE .
25-tfc 6.13 Herein fail not or decree
Assistants, Receptionist Office tled cause and you are hereby OF SUIT pro NATURE OF SAID
confesso will be
entered againstyou
and Practical required to serve upon plaintiffs THE STATE OF FLORIDATO SUIT BEING FOR Divorce.
2 A WATKINS ROUTE in this Management, CERN
FOR SALE: New one owner. : for the relief prayed in the
area is for semiretiredman Home Nursing. Preliminary attorney whose name and : WITNESS my hand and the
bedroom house 2 miles south open NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- bill of complaint.
training given at home in address appear hereon, your ROBERT V. KING seal of said Court at Green
284- or lady. Many semiretired
Highway 16. Phone (day) EN that on the 10th day of fHE NATURE OF SAID
time. For information written defenses if any to the VP 22 Cove Springs. Florida this 10th
3163 night) 284- people earn $50.00 to $100.00per spare
or (day or June A. D. 1963, in accordance SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE.
9768. 5-30 6-6 c week depending on time address and phone number to: bill of complaint in said suit, c/o Fleet Post Office day of June A. D. 1963.
with Section 336.09 and 336.10 WITNESS hand and the
devoted to Route. Also nave 1 "Careers" P. O. Box 218, Lady copy of which is delivered to San Francisco. California GEORGE L. CARLISLE.
Florida seal
Statutes 1961, the of said Court at Green
you hero rith, on or before
FOR SALE: 6 room house 30 full time Route open. 11aJ'beyou Lake Florida. 5-30 6-20-c July 8th A. D. 1963. Board of County Commissioners YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Cove Springs Florida this Clerk. Circuit Court

acres. $8,000. A. T. Crosby'sOld can qualify. For personal that a suit has been filed By Vivian H. Sohm
Herein fail not or decree of Clay County, Florida 29th day of May A. D. 1963.
place. Call 2843204. interview in your area, write MEN-WOMEN 18 to 55 plus adopted a resolution closing, against you in the above en- (Seal) Deputy Clerk
confesso will be entered
6.13 20-c J. II., McGarity, Box 627. Wil Motel or Resort Management.Men pro abandoning, vacating and dis- titled cause and you are hereby GEORGE L. CARLISLE (SEAL)
against you for the relief
listen Fla 20 27- Women or Couples can pray- Sam B. Wilson
6-13 required to serve upon plaintiffs Clerk
certain road Circuit CourtBy
ed in the bill of continuing a or
FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- make high salary plus apart- complaint. Attorney for Plaintiff
attorney whose name and
mowers. $15.00 and up McGee'sWelding TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ment. Pick your own location THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT street in Clay County, Florida address appear hereon, your Grace M. Carlisle 217 Guaranty Life Building

& Radiator 520 N. : 6 pigs have taken up BEING FOR DIVORCE described as follows: Deputy Cleric Florida
with Placement Assistances Jacksonville
ur written defenses if any, to the
Orange Ave., Phone 281-3163. at my place Lum Grant about WITNESS my hand and the That part of the old SAM B. WILSON
Learn at home in your spare bill of complaint in said suit, June 13. 20. 27 and July 4"LdJ \
7tfc 4 miles south of Middlebnrg, If seal of said Court at Green Orange Park to Doctors Attorney for Plaintiff --- -
time. Personal
For Interview-
copy of which is delivered to
not claimed in 4 weeks same Cove Springs. Florida this 6th Inlet Road lying between Address: ,--- -
solid DINING Write-American-P. O, Box you herewith on or before
Fine mahogany will be sold by me. 5-23-6-14 day of May A. D. 1963. State Road No. 224 and 217 Guaranty Life Building 6btfH
room set $150; other fine old 218 Lake Lady, Florida. July 15th A. D. 1963. Jacksonville, Florida
GEORGE L. CARLISLE State Road No. 224-A; be-
furniture. Trading Post Warehouse 5-30 6-20-c Clerk Circuit Court ing further described as Herein fail not or decree pro May 30, June 6, 13, & 20-c '
S. Orange Avenue GCS. FOR RENTFOR confesso will be entered againstyou F /
By Ridley beginning at the easterlyside
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES for the relief prayed in the LEGAL NOTICE
FOR SALE: '62 Ford Fairlane RENT: Nice 2 bedroom Inc. Deputy ClerkT. of No. 224 just north bill of complaint.THE BY BOB_ BREWS7ZKOM Xl.,

4 door radio heater automatic J. Jennings Jr. of the State Prison Farm o.twr.FOR K
house newly painted inside and Vtremry
transmission. Excellent condi out, reasonable large yard, appliances James T. Norton and running easterly approximately -
Furniture Diamonds or Any- COURT IN AND FOR CLAY THE GALS ONLY
tion. 10,000 miles. Finanacing tumish Can Penney Attorney for Plaintiff one third of a ,
thing of Value on a New Mobile WITNESS my hand and the COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Women are permanent f-:
available. Call 2843145. 6-13 Farms. 5298211. 20tfc Home. Address: mile to intersect with the seal of said Court at Green !jlures on the fishing scene, ?: .
SealP. westerly line of State Road RE: ESTATE OF Inmost guys don't begrudge t-o.

For rent or sale 2-bedroom ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES O. Box 372 No. 224-A. Except from Cove Springs Florida this lltb H. R. CLARK. (SR.), 'fact. But how welcome they art::
FOR SALE: T. V. General Elc- of June A. D. 1963.
day depends as much on their ch'
house at 1912 Beth Drive GCS. Inc. >
Green Cove Springs, Florida the above thereof
any part of attire
tric portable. Good condition as on their abihtA
Nice neighborhood near ele- 6263 Roosevelt Blvd.EV June 6. 13. 20. 27 which lie in the right of GEORGE L. CARLISLE -cast a plug, a situation you-gA
cash. No terms. Norcross
$45.00 4.3382 Clerk Circuit Court NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
mentary schooL Also for sale. of streets should heed.Practicality.

Ri. 1 Box 26, Green Cove 6-12-p Shady lot 100 x 130. Phone or VIVIANE \VOODARD way which cross any the cross said Old: By Estille Ridley all creditors and all per- t, is the only rerqnirement -

GCS 2843924.FOR 284-9436 COSMETICSto Deputy Clerk sons having claims or demands ; of feminine fihin
to Doctors
LEGAL NOTICE Orange ?togs. say the flsbin fashion a s-
2-14 tfc
women who know are Inlet Road. (SEAL) against said estate. 'thorittes at Mercury outboard

f I will not be responsible for RENT .{f-bedroom block synonymous with And the said Board did, in said SCRUBY & YONGE You. and each of you are {And. while this may limit ta*
hereby notified and required to (selection of apparel it need cot!>>
any bills or debts or purchasesby & BEAUTY, ELEGANCE, resolution: Attorney for Plaintiff
residence large ;yard in Penney JONES HALL NURSERYNow present any claims and demand ,'make a gal unattractive.
anyone except myself, now Farms. Call GCS 284-9708 Open 7 Days A Week GLAMOUR & GOOD TASTE. 1. Renounce and disclaim all ORANGE PARK. FLORIDA which Certain items are taboo Li a.
you or either of
or in the future. ni be very proud to introduce rights of the County and Pub- .June-13, 20, 27, and July 4-p [fishing rig. Skirts and long: :
Come Out Browse Around of you", may: have against the coati have a nasty habit of ge'-
to the Wonderful World
yon lic in and to the land constiu-
Arthur William Cushman ..
See Our Stock in
iting the
estate of H. R. CLARK. A-K-A way. They can tr.p
Instructor StaffU. FOR RENT: Two 3 room apart- Highway 13 South of New ting said road. LEGAL NOTICE HENRY RALPH CLARK' and Ithe wearer or become adorned,

S. Coast Guard ments each with private bath. Bridge turn right at CoBecove a 2. Renounce and disclaim all HENRY R CLARK deceased ,with hires at the wrong n>-
YOIrmake menL Recommended -*
"HAPPY NEW ; substitutes.slacks
Groton, Conn. Can.254.6082. ,or 10 West Center :- Store fonow.81us. class in the privacy rights of the said County and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS late of Clay '. dungarees shorts, bcr-

June 7, 14, 21, 28 Street. 6-13 up Public In and to any land, or NAME LAW County. Florida to the Honor- finudas or pedal-pushers.

. . . . . . . of your own home, by appoint- ,1 I Canvas sneakers rubber''
. . .._.__" _"- "- L..L..1LJ interest therein, acquired by able with
"-L. . . Thomas J. Rivers. County
1111111 J 11111111111 t t t. : : I a. i i i i a i i a II. . a i. ment only. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENthat soles -
d yi
I To women who KNOW purhase, gift devise dedication the undersigned desiringto Judge of Clay County. Florida, (quickly give and are sure quiet footing inside toej

. I BUSINESS DIRECTORYFURNITURE i VIVIANE WOODARD or prescription in bach. street. engage In business at Orange within six months from the .:boat

. . . . . . . . 3. Renounce and disclaim all Park. the name date of the first publication of A snug-fitting windbreaker orf
. .
._. . . !. !. !. .I a. a. I I I a I I .! .. .. COSMETICSmean licker
.L'. . . . -.--.-.-. - . . . . rights of said County and Pub- of KEYSTONEFlYSTONE: DAY CAMP this notice. is suggested for Ch
a new way of life new ''winds, cool evenings and =!
DRUGGISTS OrFIfE' EQUIPMENT friends personal growth' and lic in and to any lands, or in- intend to register the said Each claim or demand must ''unexpected squalls that

unsurpassed. income opportu terest therein delineated upon name with the Clerk of the be in writing and must state !;crop up. A gal should be careful

AIR BASE FURNITURE CO nity. any map or plat appearing of Circuit Court of Clay countY the place of residence and post .of her tresses too. keeping theny,*
Fine Furniture EASTKRLJXG PHARMACY AMERICANOFFICE record in the public records of under control with a nonflutering -*
office address of the t.f1'n."t
SUPPLY CO.LloJ'd On Jane 30th I will give a Florida.a cap that also offers protection -
Carpeting Appliance beautiful ermine and gold compact Clay County Florida as to said / M. Ives and must be sworn to by the from the sun.

Complete Home Furnishings Blvd. Reliable Prescription Service E. Jones Jr. Owner U the woman sending lathe described street or road. William JL IVe3 claimant, his agent, or his attorney Personal essentials, including
5053 Roosevelt
Dated this 10th day of Jane or it win become void a pair of sunglasses, should bet/
Sue H.
Jacksonville EV '7-4611 Complete Cosmetic Depc best letter .n. "Which / i carried aboard In a lady -IIJu*

Specialists in should be given FIRST. attention A. D. 1963. Sue H. Ives according to law. |duff bag liar a purse, say(

TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Offic Equipment ? My one and only face or THE BOARD OF COUNTY 30 June 6 13 Dated May 16th 1963. (the Mercury folks. Furses'ara(
May 23. .
Pacemakers and Pe rles my clothes Why?* COMMISSIONERS OF CLAY -Jeanette A. Clark: onnantieal and cumbersome. .
Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries i Above an. don't be too obviilous .
Air Stream for Travel Send fetters to: COUNTY FLORIDA As Eveutrtx of the in selecting
Complete Line of GrMtlag FOR SALE: Two narrow' rim fishing app&reLB : -
Used Trailers-Bank Financial KATHLEEN BAYER By George L. Carlisle Estate of H.R. Clark.8r, | attractive by being practical

0017 Roosevelt Blvd. JMt Blandlag 81M.. CudsSSI't P.O. Box 24Z-Phone 24-555 aerk 2f bicycle tires and tubes. Ex- Deceased (and if you don't outfish "the!

BUTTS MOBILJC HOMES. IHO 6-13 eellent condition. Phone 284- June 6, 13. 20. 27 t slipper too often you'll always,
yfa* JacksBvtlU MY I-T14 Park St. JactacwvlH Green Care Springs : : (t. welcome. t -



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