The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 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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Surplus Cemetery The Struggle Goes On -

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Haunt The CrescentThe d_. ',._-, The Base: Hot Prospect Lost; Another Hearing ./.7V\\-f'f\. .'\

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story of the ghostly surplus cemeteries publishedin -
The Crescent two weeks ago raised no ghosts. It roused a : ,'

lot of live people whose forebears people the graves at Spring- Development Authority ReshuffledThe X'r-

tans: and Magnolia Springs.
"Sell Springbank cried one. "Never."

"Magnolia Is a United States Government cemetery; City of Green Cove's motion for a summary dis- t'Apd the kindly earth shall slumber The Clay County Development Authority was. recreated
cried another. missal of a part of the welter of litigation aimed at preventing and reduced from 12 to 10 members by the State Legislaturelast
"No church at Springbank?" cried another. "It stood purchase of the Naval base by the City will be heard I.t, lapt in universal law. ." week.
there from about 1880 until the building was sold for $15 1 L o'clock this afternoon in the County courthouse.The The bill which_ will become effective July 1. names the
about 25 years ago." City's motions will be presented before Circuit 10 members and provides they shall retain office for four years.
It just goes to show that when a newspaper publishesa Judge John M. McNatt who last week delayed action on i Thereafter the governor will make the appointments.Eight .

story that contains any misinformation it becomes the request for a temporary injunction restraining the City from members of the old Authority will be retainedand
most widely read story In the paper. borrowing funds to buy the base. {,;7 yri two new members have been named. Retained are: HoytB.

Leo Wagner Is the last member of the Springbank On Monday acting City Manager Ben Zellner' disclosed; ? ? ;a, :. )r; Cotney. Dr. T. Luke Glennon. J. P. Hall. Jr. S. Bryan Jennings -
church living In that area. A tour of the cemetery conducted that one of the best offers received by the City for develop- -b.:' ;. :'w i: Fro Strickland, J. 1. Triplett. m. D. W. Wilkinson and

by 'Mr. Wagner is like walking with a history of the van- ment of the base had been withdrawn. He attributed the with- Ben Zellner. New members named are: Frank: Bisbee. Jr.. of

ished old church. drawal by an unnamed Texas-based corporation to uncertainty F Orange Park and Everett Fox of Keystone Heights.In .
in 1881 Mr. Wagner's father T. A. Wagner emigrated over the disposition of the base. other action, according to Representative S. D. Saunders -
from Ontario and homesteaded a claim of about 150 acres Mr. Zellner said the firm has offered to reconsider the the House allowed the Frazer bill which would have reduced -

In what came to be known as Springbank. The flourishing proposal if GSA sells the base to the;, City. ,..v the pay of County Commissioners in Clay and Baker
settlement, approximately two miles south of Route 16. took The -Green Cove City Commission has voted to issue counties to die In committee.

its name from Edwin Bradley's homestead. The Wagner was $775.000 In revenue certificates for purchase of the base and Another bill naming the new bridge across the St.
called Brookside Farm and. nearby the J. B. Rivers homestead other related costs. Johns RIver. co-sponsored by Senator Frazer and Senator

according to Mr. Wagner was called "Woman's Suffrage At last week's hearing attorneys for the group seekingto The reconstituted day County Development Authorityis Verle Pope of St. Johns County became law without the

," Mr. Wagner says because of the social status of halt sale of the base to the City elicited from acting City expected to take action to release the vacant industrial Governor's signature. The bridge will retain Its former name.

the men on the property. Manager Ben Zellner the information theretofore care- plant beween Green Cove and Orange Park from the legal In a letter to The Crescent Mr. Saunders said, in part:

'eo-- According to Mr. Wager George Hinson donated five fully guarded that the State sought to make a deal with morass which has sourrounded it since its construction. We have worked harder and accomplished more for the
I \ acres of the land for a cemetery and his own father donated I the City. Under the terms of this proposed according to Mr. Situated on approximately 1250 acres of Authority-owned people of Clay County and all of Florida particularly in the

} eight acres for a parsonage. No parsonage was ever built. Zellner. the City was asked to withdraw its offer of $750,000 land, the plant contains 16,000 square feet of floor space field of Education and Public Welfare than in any previous
Springbank church was built as ''a Methodist church in for the base and let the State have it for 621400. The State _and was designed to house a plastics manufacturing company. session. Just before the final vote on the appropriation bill; I

the late '70's Mr. Wager believes, and, the oldest decipherable would then, sell the base to the City for $750,000 at a made a motion and it was approved to 'raise the appropriationfor
gravestone (Horace DeWitt Eddy) is dated 1882. Though the profit of approximately $130,000 which would be used by the old age assistance, $3 million to take care'of ,the senior
church was Methodist those who chose to be buried In its State for industrial development purposes throughout the State. citizens of our County and the entire State.I .

churchyard belonged to many denominations., Mr. Zellner told The Crescent later that he would have have not. this or any previous session passed class
Other stones list such names as Gnann Bradley.- Bur- favored such an arrangement if the State had committed Itself 'n. legislation for any group that I would not pass for similar

ford Hinson. Coleman. Cressy Rivers and others. to use '$130.000 In the industrial development of the base groups in the event it became necessary.
Mr. Wager, at 76. spends his time between his garden from .y
and if he' received authorization for the arrangement
and looking'after the cemetery. As he puts it. he had "seven
congressional leaders ,and officials of the General Services. Commission .
head of children." He counts 50 grandchildren and "at least" Administration in Washington. '.Setsearings'
'45 great grandchildren. He served as a horiculturist at both "
Camp Blanding and the Green Cove Naval base but becauseof I The matter was not revealed by City officials for fearof The Board of county Com- .However taxable D t'CJ i4 r t y
i embarrassing the State. It ,was only after Lacy Mahon.
a heart ailment he has been forced to slow down. He keeps I misslonersfha* scheduled*bod- comprises only 52 per cent oftie
r up a, truck garden with, a hoe and 'a hand 'plow. Jr..' attorney- for the group which ;k1s supporting.purchase of get hearings for the n ext fis-
Why did .Springbank church, i.out: ,.of ,usJnessT.! *. the-, base by toe"6tete.cn>ss-exaffltoegLJ} .trgellner.'. oa.the J .m&.J-. est r""d1 i11i ireiijeek: or Wore ex ttnpUoft V
e ale mov 'ter hat'the' alleged deal was'p Kc'.f' J. .&,N'btme! ini l .beheld '
Mrr Wager does4rat'now.f birt Jt ; 'A total of 93
._ : iiiCre.eent 0 dweftto&i were
-" -Thehearingthis- afterate a,'snd4liict"week'a.. hean.nr...
two cJtfielaiter : dt3 1I:Invitedjo ,
the Springbank area; arid day"m&stSrs of : eon tfer county to s
comprise only two of six legal. actions which have beenlacen
ft.hIJ church left the County under police escort, both for pro1 I'...t... y-. Geae x.... According Louise mitly the first quarter rot tel year
1 -, within as many .weeks on the'Question of' who wiH* get the .
tracted stays as guests of 'the State. Meanwhile,. the 1512-acre U. S. government property County fair assessor. taxable compared witli 1* constructed
who favor the State's purchase of '
base. The three litigants
Thought the cemetery comprises only about two of the last of Green -Cove remains Idle boggled in % crossfire of property inn the County has to- In the same. period last year.
the property Frank Canow of Green Cove Rex Smith
13 acres Mr. Wager does not want the cemetery sold no ma- are litigation which may or may not' be somewhat clarified this creased,3 per cent to $23.4 mil* according to.the Florida Construction .
Jr.. of St. Johns County; and Edward Wiggins, of. Keystone.Mr. .
ter who owns it. afernoon at a hearing on at least two of the legal Issues. lion .from last year's levels. Review.
Wiggins who is a large property owner ir- Green Cove.
The other surplus cemetery Magnolia Springs may L
sat apart from the two plaintiffs at last week's hearing. Mr.
br may not have been established as a Union Army cemetery.The $461'MILLION OF SPACE
Canova and Mr. Smith sat with C. W. Scarbrough chairman
Union Army had a garrison in that area during the MONEY TO COME TO 6 Little Biggies Went To Market
Civil War. of the Committee of 100. who is rumored to be footing the FLORIDA NEXT YEAR ;
bill for the shower of litigation. .
Lewis Redmond a native .of Green Cove and a retired will
Florida net
teacher in the Chicago public schools told The Crescent that Witness subpoenas were served last week on Mr. Zell more estimated space Y{ _
and officer of the Florida National Bank requiring program money--an w'f ,
ner an
his great grandfather a freedman before the Civil War anda million in fiscal 1964 )
private In the Union Army was buried there. them to be present at the hearing with "any and all papers $461 realized- last n J,_
than :
to the bank's was year
notes contracts and agreements" pertaining
His older sister. Bessie Redmond .can remember being citrus
the state's entire
funds to the base until from
lend the buy
commitment to City
to decorate the of her
taken as a child grave great grandfather -
from all
be validated. These de- crop or agricultural
Lewis Forester. revenue certificates can papers were
manded "for discovery purposes for use as evidence at the products excepting citrus ac- .
According to T. S. Hinson (whose father donated land t
cording to Senator Spessard L. Y
for the Springbank cemetery.) Col. George W. Hulvey. who trial or both.
F owned and operated the Florida :Military Academy In the Mr. Mahon tried unsuccessfully to establish that theClty's Holland. 2cyy
Magnolia Springs area for many years believed the cemeterywas demand note for $75.000. used as a down payment in The first item in the authori-

federal property. However. Mrs. Louise Smith. County tax the City's offer to buy the base bore some kind of personal zation bill considered by the
Senate Space Committee included -
assessor the cemetery's non-government ownership goes back
fit least 75 years.Phone seeking an injunction against the City Mr. Mahon $312,855,000 for new construction -
contended that the City had violated State laws and its own facilities and equip ;

Users Get QuestionnaireTelephone charter by borrowing money from a bank. The only way the ment at Cape Canaveral and the dpi:

funds can be raised legally he said was through issuance of I Merritt Island Moonport.
"This work alone would 0
subscribers in the tomer. He said his Company is revenue certificates. new
Berwick Anderson representing the City argued that exceed the value of Florida's
Middleburg area begin on Mon- not necessarily seeking compli-
j'I I the recent enabling act of the Legislature (specifically authorizing 154-million box 1961-62 citrus
day receiving post cards from ments; that if any of the customers -
the Southern Bell Telephone have current criticismshe the City to raise funds for purchase of the base) crop by 15.7 million ,dollars,"I .

Company asking for commentsor I would like to know about gave the City the right to borrow the funds until revenue certificates said Holland. __ ;
criticisms regarding their I them in order to help the telephone can be validated. He further cited general State laws "Omitting' citrus, it is 22.06 rFf Y' '

current telephone service according company give customersthe permitting a municipality to borrow funds on an interim basis (million dollars greater than the *' : _

to John Tucker district -I kind of service they desire. until revenue certificates are issued and validated. I value of all vegetables melons i
manager.Mr. Everyone who replies unfavor- Mr. Zellner said the City Commission plans to adopt a field crops nuts and fruits oth- :

Tucker said in making ably will be contacted in an resolution this week authorizing issuance of the certificatesto er than citrus produced in the ....
I I repay the loan. state in the 1961-62 season." -. ,
this canvass a double post cardis effort to eliminate the cause of :

being mailed to each cos- his dissatisfaction.

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Route 17 90

. P.O. Announces New "Zip i Code" ... .
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"Do yon know ;your ZIP code. Ladies?" ; : : :; Cre.eeat lti.-t_- s_" G!._..., K.YTO

The voice was that of Green Cove Postmaster Richard .,.. ,>,.. < WHOM IT MAY CONCERN assemblage of fryers in the "wind" (blowing a southeasterly -
Sapp. ,":<< ,: ; : 6 pigs bave taken up Ccnmbthe uninvited course) of all these
The two women turned on him suspiciously. -t at.my' place,:Lou Grant about guests first wrought' $250 of shenanigans. It did not seem

"What did you say about zipper Young Man?* one .'":"" <4< miles south of Middlefeurg, if damage r chickens, corn too dirty to go out and pickup
of them asked. not claimed. I 'In 4 weeks same almost anything at pig's a suckling pig. No sitter

"Zip code," I said repeated the courtly PM. "Do wffl be sold by me. S': --.lC feet bowed, before their on- that Elizabeth I, in 1609 A. D.

you know. your ZIP code?** The advertisement above slaught. Mr.- Grant pennedthe fed suckling pig to her covr-:

"Let's ret out of here Susie." which has been for first visitors began feeding tiers at Christmas; who caD
"Just a moment. Ladies. You will have to remember four weeks in the their boundless appetites tell Christmas from June in

your ZIP code from now on" Mr. Sapp continued pa- classified columns of The and a week later, another Florida. But the pig laden

tiently. "Green Cove now has a ZIP code. It is the Post Crescent elves little or no pair arrived. atmosphere surrounding the

Office Department's revolutionary new system of im- indication of the financial Though he knows the owner pen dispelled the last vestige

proved mail dispatch and delivery." loss sustained by Mr. Grant of the odoriferous sextet of appetite for pork.
"But I thought" interrupted one of the dames "1 even less of the Indignationof Mr. Grant fed them and AH Mr. Grant could say

thought the new 5-cent stamp was the Post Office De his wife. Mrs Grant says with his wife .f.rebore;their ;when; be was dragged from aJishtag'

partment's revolutionary new system of improved mall that pigs may be pigs but snorts and smells ,;Under.his, pond: oppositehis
dispatch and delivery. Cre.eeat Pb.t. by Gee Kra there's a limit to the way tender care theyj"grow apace: ,arnvms that six pigs had

"It was." replied Mr. Sapp. "but now with the ZIP Heavy week-end traffic en Route 17 was halted for an hoar: and a ,half at 2 o'clock the wind Is blowing. ...louder and/as.Mrs.; Grins! ..taken up at his place It Is
code that method has become well obsolescent. Green last Friday afternoon when a Navy pickup truck rammed Into the east rail of the bridge Like The Man Who Came puts it, "more stinking. rumored he wishes they were
Cove's ZIP code is 32043 and when ;your friends write ;yon across Doctors Lake and caught fire blocking the south end of the bridge. The impactof To Dinner (and never. went However, as of late lad week Hindu sacred cows.'" Other

in the future they should put 32043 immediately after the truck's collision was so great that two refrigerators In the back of the truck were home) a quartet of the errant the six little pigs that didnt wise hen never ,get his

the word "Florida" on the envelope. Indeed yon should eatapaulted over the bridge's west rail and approximately 100 feet out into the water. plies .arrived on the go homer were worth In the money back. And Mrs Grant
engrave it on ;your heart and put it on your own The truck was being driven by Chief Aviation Ordinanceman Francis H. Larmon who Grant, farm, 'on Blandlnr market place, something like and their young daughter

return address when yon write ;your friends. It win send was thrown out of the track and seriously Injured. Larmon's wife had died less than two Boulevard ,four miles south 19 per cent of Mr. Grant's Judy may never eat pork
;your letters thundering down here in a way never before weeks earlier. This week Lannan was ftPCR'Ieclln m satisfactory condition at NAS Hospital of aBMc-burg, In the spring. investment. That is the explanation again.

seen. ,During the 90-minute w a I t for a wrecking truck from NAS to.>,remove the Confronted with two massive of the owner's reticence Having gone through: the
".3OU-' ear some traffic was rerouted through Doctors Inlet. The OrangemPark 'fire department cb.Ic.krn: coops housing to claim them he legal technlcaBte, the pigs
"Yes 32043. extinguished the fire and Larmon was taken "'to the Navy hospital at NAS by Orange soaethiar ae 17,000 cackles wm be on someone's table
Park Police Chief J. C. Joins and Officer T. Lntsen. I _j . perhaps the largest The Crescent got before too JoIBRARY .




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( mount! Crescent To Middleburg AsburyrffJ NOTICE DESCRIPTION 57 lot ft.57 on ft.W&U.SL by OF 140 PROPERTY being*t. a facing part: NAME AMOUNTA

of Block 1. Berrians 8/C. NE

.'-- of Lot 1. Block 28. North Suburbs -
as rec. in OR No.3. .
"We are fighting by ourselves alone; but we are not page US, and Deed Book 91. ....
Notice Is hereby given that on the lad day of July 1983. at
page 119 Wiltte Mae Candyv." ...... 10.15
fighting for ourselves alone we await undismayed the Impending Green Cove Springs. County of Clay. State of Florida tax sale A tract of land extending 140 ..

assault. We must show ourselves equally capable of certificates will be sold on the following described land to pay ft. on Lemon St. northerly on ,
the amount due for taxes here inset opposite the same togetherwith Wall St. and on Wall St. 70 "=. y

meeting a sudden violent shock or what is perhaps a harder ....',.,;..... T all costs of such sale and all advertising. ft. west from Lemon St. being -. -...s._'
.,. .. ..
test a prolonged vigiL But be the ordeal sharp or long, or .. N .> ..A..'. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY NAME AMOUNT a part of Block 1. Berrians :."' .t
S/D of Lot 1. Block 28. North
shall tolerate parley; wemay ':: : : East 14 ot b. 97 Palmer & Fer-
both we shall seek no terms, we no i.:" Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book
.. '. .' ris Tract except Parts to .
.. U 71 John and Martha Jones 11-3
.. .... 4.74 page
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show mercy we shall ask none. ..x Church. Rec. in D B 63 P. 53 Ernest Tippins
East 80 ft. of Block 1. Lot 1.
-.. ':;\ Winston S. Churchill .:(; : : = Lot 7, Scottin's replat of west Block 28. Berrians S/C. North
r.,. *-.tr; ' 14 July 1940 :,K;' .. ". I Tract. Plat Book 4, P. 50 Franklyn Rosenbush ....
{',' 9. page 30 & 593 except part
: : .'. .... ,
,. ,
,' ..'' Lot 8, Scotten's Replat of West to Lodge Lot 29 Muldrow Lot

...... .... .<:':'W. 2 /3 of Block 91. Palmer and and Lot to Allen Hattie Mitchell Heirs .. .. 5.74 1 {
Rosenbushka' 5.74
Ferris Tract, B. 4 P. 50 Franklyn ..
', w .G: :: Lot 8 Block 2 of Lot 1. Berrians
Decreed. ';;':;:' .. : Westerly Part of Lot J, Block :4, S/D, Block 28 North Suburbs Martha & Neal Jones .... 3.7S
/ Is ; :
/ fl
: ; ;
: : ,: 101 Palmer & Ferris Tract, Chas. Widner ....... ".. 2L70 Lot 10. Block 2. of Lot 1 Ber-
As rec. In OR. 45. P. 380 ;
: .. ; rians S/D. Block 28 North Su-
.::; : '., Part of Lot B, BL. 103 Palmer 7 t'l.' burbs Willie Cole man ........ 10.15
The slow and apparently irresistible erosion of personal : & Ferris Tract as Rec. in OR' -: Lots 1 & 3. Block 3 of Lot 2.
55 Page 301 Harvey Mears ............ 18-55 Berrians Block 28 North
that emanates S/D.
in the of freedom,
liberty proclaimed
Lot 1. Block 3. a SID of part Suburbs Armetta Adams ........ 9.11
from the Congress and the Supreme Court should be a sourceof of Lot C. Block 103, Palmer Lot 2, Block 3 of Lot!. Berrians '

deep concern to every American.In '> & Ferris Tract Pauline Andreson ........ 3.75 S/D of Block 28. North Sub. Edward Willams ...... 18.55

'; "::; ;:i': :: : Lot 2. Block 3, a SID of partof Lot <4<, Block 4 of Lot I, Block

the name of religious freedom the Supreme Court .h;' vO:: Ferris Lot. C. Block 103 Palmer & Ollna Andreson Heirs .... 10.15 28. North Suburbs Nola Herring? ... ....... .11

has this week decreed that Bible-reading and recitation of Lot 6, Block <4<, Berrians S/D e
Part of Lot C, Block 104. as of Lots 1 & 2. Block 28. North
the Lord's Prayer in public schools is unconstitutional.There roe, in D B 102. P. 318 Palmer Suburbs Daisy Lee Davis ...... 18.55
JOhn P. Dewoody....... 11.73
& Ferris Tract .
is a fine hair-line between saying that a school Part of Block 28. North Suburbsas '
Part of Lot H, Block 105 Pal rec. in OR 37. 77 Eloise Hunter ... ..-\..... 10.15>>
teacher may not read the Bible (or any other book) on the mer & Ferris Tract as rec. page ,
in OR U, P. 426 Jack B. Ward ............ 21.70 A lot 85 X 100 ft. In North Cen'i.
one hand and on the other saying a man may not be a tral part of lot 3, Block 28, ,-sNorth

Jew or a Baptist or a Hindu. Part of&Lot Ferris C. Block Tract 106.as Palmer ree:-. 70. page Suburbs 481 as Rec. in DB :Nola Herring. .e- .: .. .... 4.7
D B James & Phyllss Crews 18.55
109 P. 416
The basic concept upon which the whole system ofRoman A lot 25 X 111 ft. in NW partof
a Part of Lot C. Block. 106. Pal- lot 3. Block 28 North ,..
schools founded that the
Catholic parochial was was
A IA mer & Ferris Tract .
4' as rec Suburbs as rec. In Deed
Catholics preferred their own to non-sectarian teaching. If in DB 109 P. 418 Eldon J. & Annie Robinson 18.55 Book 7 page 338. less part to
:Nola Herring ... ...:.... 4.T4
Part of Lot C, Block 106. Palmer I wiles
1 the confessed atheists who brought about this legal decree are
( I & Ferris Tract as rec. DB Part of lot 3, Block 28 North
:offended by Bible-reading, it would appear they are free to Crescent Photo by Gene Koza 99. P 428, except part rec. InDB Suburbs, as rec. in Deed Book C.74
establish their own schools. It is difficult to see how they are r 109. P 406 & 418 Elsie Shedd ............ 7-74 58 Page 421 Elnora & Jimmie Bennett

The Rev. Frank E. Edwards 24 years old, who was Lots 8, 9, 10, 18, 19, 20. Block 2 Part of lot 3. Block 28, North

1 able to impose their beliefs and disbeliefs on everyone else. graduated last month from Asbury Theological Seminary DB Eldorado 11 P. Heights 308 Palmer as &rec.Fer-In Suburbs as rec. in OR No. 48. Arthur Brown ......... 15.1,
Following the latest Supreme Court line to its logical 'I page 245
Wilmore ris ract The Palms Broadcasting
Ky., became minister of the Asbury and the Middleburg
conclusion, it is not unthinkable that the federal government. Methodist churches this week. Air. Edwards Corp. ................... 31.1 Part Suburbs of Lot bound 3, Block on 28. North North
a nativeof
Part of Lot F. Block .
107 Palmer by Ed Albert Lot East by .
in the not-too-distant future will that whichare
say newspapers,
Detroit moved to Pompano Beach as a boy and receivedhis & Ferris Tract, being the Major, South by Johnson.. West
subsided by the government, may not print news of churches East 238 Ft. of the East 923 by Washington Lane
I schooling there. ft. Oft the :North 141% ft. In DB 1'1' as rec. Hattie Major ........... 5.11

or religious activities. as rec. in Or. 26, P 486 Robert Foster ............ 26.95Part 11. page
Part of lot 3. Block 28, North

&; Ferris of Lot Tract r, Block as 107 Rec., Palmer in DB 95.Suburbs page as iC,rec.Berrlan's in Deed S/D Book Allen Austin ............ 10.15

MHC & 29, P. 305 Ellis & Annie Hardee .... 26.95
Part of Lot 7. Block 29, North
Lot 3, Flamingo Four S/D of Suburbs, as rec. in Deed Book
Memo To Matthews Willie Mae Freeman .... S.75
i Part of Palmer & Ferris Tract 46, page 376

PB 5. P. 37 Jimmy Harper .......... 21-91 Lots 1. 2, 3. & 4. S/D of lot C

Penney FarmsReporter East % of Lot W East of A C L of Lot 6. Block 29. North Ida N. Cooper ......... 9.73
The nomination of Gladys Tillis to be postmaster of Ry. as rec. in Or. 14, P. 379 SuburbsEasterly
Palmer & Ferris Tract. David & Evelyn Knight .- 18.55 90 ft. of Part of lot
Keystone Heights went to the Senate in January. : MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 5298131A A. Lot West of A C L Ry. and 8. Block 2!. North Suburbs. Naomi Smith ET Al .. S.47
North of Center St. as rec. as rec. in OR No. 25. page 403
Recognizing that the Senate has before it a mountainof
written from in DB 54, P. 310. Palmer & Part of important: .legislation and that there are perhaps hundreds of messagae Missouri where he served four I Ferris Tract. Bob Weaver ............. &.7' Suburbs, as rec. in DB 47, page

other postmasters across the nation who have been forced to Onawa, Me., by Mrs. Ellen P. years as Presiding Elder of the Part of Palmer & Ferris Tract. 448 and Deed Book K. page Dorothy Mitchell ........ U.tt
Hempstead states: "After a Springfield District of the t as rec. in DB 84, P 56 Daisy Mae Thomas ... ... 5.95 642Part e
be equally patient it has been a long wait. enjoyable trip having Lot 14 and 15, Dewitt's SiD j. p. & Geneva Revels .... 13.72 of lot 8. Block 29, North
very north Methodist Church.
Surely after nearly twenty years with the U. S. Post Lot 22, Dewltt's. SID Arvllla Aldridge ....... 10.15 Suburb, as rec. In OR No. Dave & Zola. Johnson .... 11.73
visited Brookgreen: Ga k I b1. page 20
Office.service..Miss Tillis need not wait through any prolonged Part of Lot 23, Dewitt's S/D, West 72 ft. of West % of Lot '
dens New Bern Williamsburgand Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Moree of as rec. in OR No. 26 page 236 Louise Battle ............ 5.74 10. Block 29, North Suburbs Ed Bartley........... IMS
examination' of her qualifications.
Stratford attended returned Lot 1, Block 16, Less part to Block 29
our Penney Farms just Lot 1. SID of lot 12.
I SRD. Idlewild Park Mrs. James W. Ott ...... 5.11
North Suburbs as rec. In
daughters in Norwood, GE from visiting their two daughters --1 Lot 3. B. 28, Idlewild Park Teves W. Dale .... ...... 11.13 No. 3. page 515 Willie Coleman Sr. ...... ILTJ

annual conference! in Rockland in Maryland-Mr. and Mrs.'All Block U, Idlewild Park James E. Padgett ...... 8-47 Lot 3. S/D of lot 12. Block 29
._ ............ C.T9
i ::.: otltfefeer Maine a former parish visitedour Pollnitz and daughter of Hy- Lots 6 & 6, Block 47. Idlewild North Suburbs Annie
daukhters Park James E. Padgett ...... 3.75 Easterly 190 ft. of Lot 4 S/D of
in Norwood attsville and Mr. and Mrs.
Parts of Lots 2 &3. Block 20, Lot 12. Block 29. North Suburbs -
,Massachusetts and Auburn, Mike Malone of Belair Mary- P B Hamilton as DB as rec. in OR No. U,
by DUNCAN GRONER, rec. 99. 478 Stokes Peacock .......... 10.1
Maine, we arrived here on May land. Mr. and Mrs. Moree at- P. 386 Green Cove Title Co .... 6.74 Lot page 1. Block 30, North Suburbs Joe Andrews ........... 18.55

State officials who tried clumsily to make a deal with slat to find several snow banks tended the high school gradu- Lots Ft. 4 of. 5.lots 6. &3 7&and 8, Block North 31 89, SE Quarter of Lot 3. Block 30

the City of Green Cove under which the City would have with- more than three feet deep, and ation exercises of their oldest P B Hamilton S/D Mason Lumber Co. ..... 37.66 St West % of lot 3. Block 30

drawn its offer on the Naval base and. then the State would the thermometer registering grandson Mike Malone, Jr. West 10 ft. of Lot 3, B. 35 all North Book Suburbs 70. page, as 489 rec. in Deed Leo K. Holland ..... 1LS3
lot 4, Block :35. P B HamiltonS
have turned around and sold the property to Green Cove at a 80 degrees. Best wishes to all There were 256 in the graduating S/ except part to BED Bob Arenburg .......... 18-55 SW North Quarter Suburbs of Lot 2. Block 30 Annie Stewart .,...,... 3.43

fast profit of,.something like $12$,OOO" should be deeply embarrased'ai our friends lat Memorial Home class at Belair High Lot 8. Block 35, P B HamiltonSD.
; ......... 51.63 SB uuarter of Lot 3. Block 30
this show of pomlcAl' cynlcisin: Does y the* State' .of Pro da f Community Af ,? .$Choi: -, ;\ 1 JW- Lot 10.Block 35. P B .Hamilton George Deel North Suburbs Delsey St. WUford Davis .. SLit

need.. this}kind of fast work ""JjT Y L.' ,A' I S/D -4 Guy Dyal ..........'........ 31.68E. NE North Quarter Suburbs of Lot 3. Block 39 Donsella S. Stevens. ...... I.Ti

t luncheon Mrs. Richard East % of Lot 5. Block 7i Green .
.If- tey.are embarrassed they can thank the person or A was given by Mr. Cooljs'snd Mrs. Cove Springs 1 F. Anderson Heirs .... '*.'5 Part of the NET Quarter 'of Lot 1

if that's the word for it and Mrs. A. V. Borkey at the M. O. Robbins left: Monday Lot 2. Block II Green Cove 30, North Suburbs, as rec. in
persons who.is-masterminding Deed Book 29. page 265ilay Williams .......... .. 8.47
'the.-legal blunderbuss aimed at halting the sale of the home of their daghter wife of morning driving to" Shokan Springs CoveHarry- Bucholtx .......... %1.'5 Part of Lot <4.< Block 30. North

Dr. Harry B. )McEuen Doctors New York. 4Mrs.. Robbins will Lot 4. Block 28, Green Suburbs as rec in OR No. 22.
base..to the higher of two bidders. For it they thisor on
Springs Williams ......... 10.15
wait Shokan J. P. Revels ...... ........ 51.63 page 585 Helen -
.these;.Brains" ., who forced City officials to disclosethe Lakea Drive Orange at with Mrs. Coon Lots 1 & 2, Block U, Green Part of Lot 5. Block 30, North
until relatives. come for her. Cove Springs James D. Butler .._ ....... 26.95
foolishness which. I can only presume was meant to bea Park on June 12th. The invit- :Suburbs a* in rec. in OR No
.. 21.70Mamie
A. L. 68 ft. in the NW Edward J. McQueen
cornerof 253
face-saving device for Tallahassee.But ed (guests were: Dr. and Mrs. She will visit her son the Rev. Lot 1, Block 30, Green Cove page North
Part of Lot 7.
Ralph Wk. Nelson Mr. and H. F. Robbins and wife at Oak- Springs as rec. In 0 R 19. Suburbs in Deed Book
even more interesting to me than the more-than- P. 336 William & Juanita Glover 26.95 as 46 rec. Lee< Forrest ... .. 3.75
Mrs.. H. W. Bock, Mr. and Mrs.F. dale Massachusetts, then will 44. page
human political weaknesses displayed in all this is the QUes- to Indiana to visit relationsand West Half of Lot 4, Block 33 Part of Lot 7. Block 30, North
Andres Mr. and Mrs C. A. go Green Cove Springs E & Jennie Wagoner
Thomas Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book
tion of just who is in whose corner at this juncture. Three G. Pease Mr. and Mrs. C. S. friends in a former parish. ............- ..... ....... 51.63 fe, page 48 Johnnie Knox ............ 2:75
men have hired an expensive lawyer from Jacksonville to argue Lots 2 & 3. Block 36. Green
:Mrs. Coons will have her sister Part of Lot 7. Block 30. North
Higby, Mr. and Mrs. H. E Cove Springs ..
their: case against the City's right (or ability) to buy the base. Jessie & Lerna Parker Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book .
Everley, Mrs. Mary Storney with her at Shokan and will West 91 ft. of Lot 2, Block 43 38. page 273 Annie Stewart ... ...... 2.75

; Right or wrong these men's lawyer has contended in Mrs. Ethel McBride, Mrs. B. H. return to Memorial Home Com- as rec. OR 23. P. 426 June Harris ... ......... <*-5 Part at Lot 7. Wiles SID Block
Lot 3. Block 48. Borden's Oak
30. North Suburbs as rec. in
every court he could find his way into that the State should Nymeyer Mrs. Karen Riser munity early in August. St. S/D Green Cove Springs Estelle Kaczmar .....,'". 13.51 Deed Book68.*! page 18 .Eugene. ......Jr.. .:.&..: .Mattte.........Francis.. 10.15

have the base. But the State has said, in effect "Let us save and Mr. W. J. Eddy. Lot 8. Block 49. Borden's Oak Part of Lot 2. Block 31. North

face let us buy it then we'll sell it to you at a profit of Mrs .C. P. Leach has had herdaughterin St. S/D. Green Cove Springs Richard & Ruby Crockett 31.99 Suburbs as rec. In Deed Book
Lot 4, Block 50, Borden's Oak 91, page 275 Louis Hendrteks ..... 10.15
$125.000.The: effect of this would be to (1) put the base in I From an Erie Penn newspaper aw visiting her for St. S/D. Green Cove Springs Part of Lot 3. Block 31, North

the hands of the City and thus isolate these plaintiffs from about three weeks. The grand- Less Part to SRD Richard Crockett ....... 17.71 Suburbs. as rec. in OR No. 45
of June 12, we have West half of Lot 1. Block 51 page 312 Oliver Coleman .......... 15.5
any control: (2) cost the citizens of Green Cove $125.000 i.' learned that Miss Stella Kav- daughter arrived on June 10th, Borden's Oak St. SID Green Part of Lot 4. Block 31 North

i *because one of the plaintiffs doesn't want the base run by "a of Memorial Home Community both from Glendale Californiaa. Cove Springs J. D. & Inez Hunter ...... 10.15 Suburbs as. rec. in OR No. 11,
A eney Lot S. or East H of lot lying page 428 Raymond Pender ....... 15.19
bunch of gas station attendants; and (3) leave the City to The granddaughter will be a
North of Block Green
fell at the home of her 36. Cove Part of Lot 4. Block U, North
shift for itself. As a Green Cove plaintiff said to me last sister on June 11 and suffereda senior!! ata University of Paci- Springs. Less Part to SRD Emily Arrents .......... 21.70 Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book
:North 37 ft. of the East % of 105. page 461 Ned Edwards ....*.... ... 15.19
this is fic at
week "magnaminicas"As Stockton California this
fractured hip. She was ad- Lot W. or :North 37 ft. of Part of Lot 1. Block 32. SID of

far back as last fall The Crescent reproduced a mitted to Hamot Hospital in coming year, majoring in I East t,4 of lot lying Northof Lot 8. North Suburbs at NE
speech and in Block 38, Green Cove Sprgs. Lycurgus Salter ........ 13.72 corner of Lot I, facing 69 ft.
map of Florida that is sent out to restaurants and eating Erie. She is a retired Academy dramatics preparation Part of the :North % of Block on Mlddleburg Ave. as rec. InDeed

house as place mate from Tallahassee. Though the map indicates High school teacher. She has for teaching. She will 8. :North Suburbs as rec. In DB Book 76. page 278 Jasper Bailey ......... .. 10.15
be returning to California 18. P 440 Frank Bryan ............ 18.55 Part of ''Lot 8. Block 32. North :
f the location of towns with less than 200 persons, it does not always been faithful in send- Lot 3. Block 7, Wilson & Kirk- Suburbs as rec. in OR No. 11,

have on it a single town or city in Clay County. I observed ing cards on many occasions to shortly to attend a six weeks patrick SID :North Suburbs Mrs. John Wolf ........ 10.15 page 437 Bmlly Johnson ......... 3.TJ'

course in practical training. Lot t, Block 13, Wilson & Kirk- Lots 5 & 6. SID of Lot 8. Block
in these columns at that time that had better secede and he let
we rfriends us now send James White ......... 6.79
patrick S/D. North Suburbs Mrs. C. W. Jones ........ 31.67 32. :North Suburbs
join the sovereign state of Georgia. 'her a shower of "get well" Part of Lot 2, Block 16. Smith Lot 8. SID of lot I, Block 32,

cards. Plat of Block 16, :North Suburbs North Suburb. Nannie Burten ... ....... 3.75

Which only brings me to the question of what the Sec- NEW COACH TO as rec. in OR 34 Page ? Lot 14, Block 53, North Suburbs D. W. Fullerton ..... .. %1.to

retary of State of Florida has to do with all these shenani- Dr. Roger W. Robinson LEAD SUMMER 249 M. Lockett .............. 19.71 Lot 3. Block 59. North Suburbs Bat. Theresa Clayten . 5.74Jaiae
chief of the NW'LT 31.8 lot Block
medical division ft. of
gans. Tom Adams a native of Clay County will almost cer- RECREATION 16 8. Lot 5, Block P. Shands Plat B. Jones ..... . 18.5S
PROGRAMBilly North Suburbs Raymond Collins. Jr. .... 16.87
and director of the research la- Part of Lot 6 7, Block P.
be candidate for in the not-too-distant
tainly a governor fu- West H of Lot 2. Block 18 North

ture. He went Washington last week with the attorneyfor borataory of the Memorial Hugh Montgomery, former Suburbs Ruth Lockett Messer ... 35.35 Shands 3$. Page Plat 505 as rec. in OR No. Best Construction .. _. 5.T'

Hospitala 'Worcester Mass., assistant football coach at South H of Lot 4. Block 18 North I Block Q. Shands Plat Willie Mae Freeman .. .. 15.19
the opponents of Green Cove. Why would he lend his Suburbs Wilbur Lawson .......... 11.13 Lot ,

position and power to such a movement. Did he know that spoke at a symposium of some Jefferson High school, Tampa Lots 1. Block U, N. Suburbs Erailyn Arrents .......... 17.71' I Lots Shands 3. 5.Plat to 11 IncL. Block Q Wilbur Lawson ... ... 21.91

other State officials had offered a deal in which the State 25 doctors from England, South has been named head coach at East H of Lot I, Block 20 North Lot 12. Block Q. Shands Plat Bmanuel Collier .... .. 18.55
............ 5.74
Suburbs W. R. Hall ..
Africa and three invited from Clay
High according to
would make a $125,000 profit on the base and go home It : an an- Lots 1, Block U. Shands! Plat Annie Mae Freeman .. f 79

is hard to believe that Tom Adams would align himself with the United States, in Buxton nouncement made this week by East North half Suburbs of Lot less 2. Block northerly 20. Lots 4 Si 6, and Lot 10. BlockW

72 ft. thereof W. R. Hall............ 8.47 Shands Plat less part rec.
England on June 5 & 6. The James A. Parker principala..
any such movement.And A lot 50 oft. by 70 ft. on NW In Deed Book 109 page 309 Wilbur Lawson . .... '774

finally we come to the chairman of that Countywide Symposium was on the subjectof Mr. Montgomery is a native I corner of Lot 5. Block 20, Lots 5. Block W. Shands Plat Silas Colson .... .. .. 18.55

Audrosterone. Dr. Robinson of Hattiesborg, Miss. and was I North Suburbs, as rec in Deed Lot I. Block W, Shands Plat Wilbur Lawson .... .. 3.T5
(so-called) committee. He sat In the County Commis- Book 328 .. ..... 21.70
4. Page Wilbur Lawson Lot 9. Block W. Shand. Plat Wilbur Lawson . .... 1L73
sioners room last week with his left arm draped over two of spoke on "Cholesterol; Its low- educated at the University of Lot 1. Block 21. North Suburbs Viola McDade ... ,.... .. 19.15 Lot 11 & Part of lot 1.. Block
ering effect on male hormones Southern Mississippi He ex- Lot 2 and part of Lot f. Block '' W. Shands Plat, as rec. in
the plaintiffs.He 21. North Suburbs Wilbur Lawson ...:.... 21.79 Deed Book 109. page 399 James Sc Luevlna Reese ? 18.55
in men.to pects to move his family to Lot 7, Block 21. North Suburbs Ethel Williams19.15 Lots 22 & 23. Block CX. Sbands
has said time and time again that "these half- South 'half of Lot 13. Block 21. Richard It Conine Miller .1015

breeds on Clay County" were not worthy of his efforts In Dr. Robinson was on the staff Green Cove late in the sum- :North Suburbs William Bryant ........ 11.83 Lot Plat 15. Block Hx.. Shands Plat Frank Bryant ... ...... 5.74

of Peter Bent Brigham Hos- North 67 ft. of Lot 2. Block 22. Lot 19. Block HX. Sbands Plat Mamie Kirkland .. ... It.U
their behalf. What has he to gain now in these indirect efforts mer.According :North Suburbs Alberta Chambers *.::.. <4.27< Lot 9. Block IX. Shands Plat Naomi Richardson .... 5.95
pital of Boston before comingto to Mr. Parker Mr.
to serve "the half-breeds" of Clay County? Lot 8. Block 22. North Suburbs George St. Rosa Stewart .. 15.19 Lot 15. Block IX. Sbands Plat Richard St. Corrine Mttler 3.75Jessie
the Memoriala Hospital at Montgomery work duringthe Lots 1 and East 25 ft. of South Lot 13 and 14. and 16, Block MX.Shands .
Hellard ....... 23.59Donald
of Lot Block
ft. 2.
100 23. Plat
Worcester.Dr. summer on a recreation North Suburbs also a lot 10 Lot 21. Block sx.. Shands Plat Shroek ...... 3.75
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Robinson is the son of program which is open duringthe by 100 in SW corner of Lot 2, Lot f, Block TX. Shands Plat SaHjr Mae Anderson .. .. 12.73
..... ... .
Jasper Bryant 23.70
Block 23 Annie Fleming Barfield. .. 26.95 Lot I, Block VX. Shand. Plat
BYCRESCENT Mrs. William W. Robinson of day from 8 until 3, to high Lot 4. except Northerly 31 ft-. North half of Lot 2, Block VX

; PRESS. INC. Memorial Home Community. shool and students. An Block 23 North Suburbs Bennie Adams ........... 11.83 and West half of North half
younger Lot 9. Block 23. North Suburbs Frank Berryhlll ,...... 5.11 of Lot 6. Sbands Plat Gee VeArtfanr .......... 13.51
Green Cove Spring. Florid She is leaving the 20th of this additional program, stressingwork Lot 13. Block 24. North Suburbs Annie P. Brown et al .... 15.19 Lots and 5, Block VX. Shands
Phone 24-31(6 Southeast quarter of Lot 4. Block Plat Leonard Beatrice Garner
month to spend the summer be- witti high students will 25, North Suburbs Frank Jones No. 2 !"..... 29.22 .. . ....._........... 1015
tween Grafton, Masi, and New keep the high school gymna- Part of Lot 1. Block 26. North Lot 7. Block VX. Shand. Plat Oscar Bryant .......... .. 11.83
Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book Lot 1%, Block' BB. Shands Plat Agnes V. Jones .......... 375
York City visiting her two sium open Monday Tuesdayand 71. Page 149North Durham Arline .....,...... 19.15 Part of Lot 1. Block 34, Shands
+tjL A f"OI'AL sons and their families. Thursday eveninks from 6 59 ft. of the West 129 ft. plat as rec. in Deed Book 11.
of Lot 2. Block 2&. North Suburbs pave 39 Heirs W. C. Turner ... ... 3.75
until 9 o'clock.CARD : as rec. In Deed Book 16. Block 9. except Lots 1. 2, West
Within the last few days page 273. Book 18 page 217. half of Lots 3 & 4. North 59
and part of L 3. Block IS Joe Fleming. ....._:..... 11-83 ft. of East half at Lot 3 and
l EDITOR: ww.w...."..........--w___ Duncan Groner Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wagner OF THANKS North 79 ft- of Lot 1. Miller's North SI ft. of Lot 5. Golden

have bad afcort visits from four S/D. Block 21. North Suburbs Ulysses Jb Earl Johnson .. 3.75 Gate Manor Ernest Tipping ........ (..74Phiaip
GENERAL'MANAGER -....---...".."......"-..,. Eugene Koza The families of Larry Drig- Lot 5. Annie Jones S/D of Lots t Lots (. 6. 7. & .. BL 13. Golden
different families in Missouri 3 and 4. Block. 27. North Suburbs Gate Manor. Carmichael .... 26.95
wish to thank
gers their many James T. Eason ......:: 4.74 Block 15, except Lots ?. 3. and
the Drakes from MJsaori
Entered as second Class Matter July 15. mt. at the Pest Office Warsaw. friends for their kind words of West 57 ft. of the West 239 ft. 30. all Blocks 21 and 27. Golden -

Green. Ce". Sprtnrs. Florida uader the Act: of March 5. 1S9T. where Mr. Wagner spent of Block 1. Lot 1. Block 28. Gate Manor Ernest Tipplns ...... .. 7-74
a.e.N Cla e.pete e paid at Greesi C.v* Scis.s.1a.. sympathy and prayers duringour North Suburbs Berrians .S/Das Block 31. except Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. .
the last five years of his pub- Deed Book 42. and C. Golden Gate Manor er
time of sorrow and for the rec. In page Ernest .,pp'.r...
.raSCBIPTI05 ATJCS'One' lice ministry and the Pecks 51. except part rec. In OR No. North 49 ft. of Lot 1. and all
J many beautiful flowers.: 21. page 236, & OR No. 42,' p, Lots 11 and 13. Block 33. Golden -

a -Y1n., advancer S400 and Horns from Springfield 134 Annie ,Small- ..... ..-..,... 7.74 Gate XanorCOlemaa Hawk ..."y..... 18.SS

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(Stay( (Eountij Crescent PAGE THREE
JUNE 20, 1963 .- :" :.:...

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REPORTER ELIZABETH: GRONER 284-3166 : ( reeti V Oloue: \ui: .g I

Heads Methodist Church GIRL SCOUTS HOLD Miss Rainbow 1963
County ;:::- Green Cove SocialsMiss I COURT OF AWARDSGirl

Scout Troop No. 121
Joy Perlman, daughterof Miss Lucille Halstead, a '
Servicemen Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perl- !teacher at Charles E. Bennett ; held their Court of Awardsat
man, left Sunday for Gaines- I school, has gone to West Vir- uIIj the Methodist Church Educa-

ville where she will enter the ginia and Washington, D. C. . tional Building.
University of Florida.V1rgin1aBruce for the -summer. v.... ...U .. .,
: .' After the opening flag cere-
1 .
Leader Mrs. Ralph A.
Davis left last CpL John D. Goodwin, Jr., ". <'; '.::. ':. '. mony
week for Cloudland. Ga., where who is stationed at Lincoln Air *1 : > ., :: Jones,. Jr., and the Assistant

she will be Director of the Force Base in Lincoln, Nebraska Leader Mrs. Warwick Kenney 4d-
Valley View Ranch for Girls. is spending two week leavevisiting presented the following girls Ir

his parents Mr. and r'a with the badges they had earn-
Mrs. John Goodwin. f t1 .
Johnny Johnston recent hon- : :::ji ed: Nancy Bain Marsha Cooper -
or graduate at Clay High
Karen Edbolm, Dori French,
School], left last Friday to enter Jerry Tyros Carswell was :::i'')
the University of Florida born on June 7th at St. Vin- Marlene Foy, Jennifer Gibson,

Gainesville. He is entering the cents Hospital in Jacksonville, Joy Henderson, Debra Hyatt, .y

University during the summer weighing 7 Ibs. 3 oz., to Mr. Jean Ann Jones, Karen Kenney,

?: : Jz session. and Mrs. Jerry Carswell of Lynda Kirker, Denise Moody,

z Lake City formerly of Green Joyce Petty, Susan Pinkerton, :

Mr. and Mrs. Hal Richardson Cove Springs. The paternal .:;:;:.:...:.:. U'>.' Andrea ShenvweU, Gale Shem- te ,
.. McKee were in Green Coveto grandmother is Mrs. J. E. f"" :.. *,.. .... well, Anne Simons, Denise
w few attend the graduation of I Carswell of Green Cove. Smart, Diane Swanson, Laurie

her brother Sherwood from Ll.... ..'..:...:...r...;...:...: .. ." Temple, Patty Thompson, Paula
02 ';f9F Clay High. Sherwood returnedto Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bryan, ( ::: : Thompson, Anne Wade, Roberta Melinda Glennan was crowned Miss Rainbow of 1963

( Miami Springs as their their children, Melba Ann and Wells. last Saturday night at the Morocco Temple in Jacksonville.She .
Mrs. McKee is the for- }Melvin and Judy Huntley of .
Airman First Class EltonG. guest. ; d .::.. . Membership stars were givento was the representative of Green Cove Springs ChapterNo.
Gail Gustafson. daughter Orange Park spent Sunday
Meeks whose brother, Den- mer
those registered for the 77 of the Order of Rainbow for Girls.
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gustafson. with Roger Bryan and familyat
nis N. Meeks, lives in Green Cratrcnt Photo br Gene Koi year. All second class scouts
has graduated from the Keystone Heights.Mr. Melinda is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. Luke
Cove earned the
The Rev. Gordon N. Craig, minister of the Tamiami "My Troop" badge
Glennan and will be
Noncommissioned Officer i a junior at Clay High School In the
Preparatory School at Mac- Mr. and Mrs. H .E. Smith and Mrs. N. D. Rant and Methodist Church in Miami since 1961, became minister of while, working on their World fall. She studies piano with Mrs. Kathleen Bayer and played
their two Sott and Mark the First Methodist Church of Green Cove last week. A na- Friendship pin requirements. Rachmaninoff's "Prelude in C No. Minor" followed "Basin
Dill Air Force Base. have as their guest their son, sons, by
tive of Miami Mr. Craig was educated at the University of Marlene Foy and Anne Simons -
Tony, who is spending his !returned last Friday from a Street Blues" as her talent selection.
Airman Meeks, is assigned Miami and received his theological training at Crozier Theological were given Girl Scout
weeks visit with relativesin
leave from the U. S. Marine two The cup, which Melinda won was accepted for the
to the 31st Tactical Fighter Seminary' in Chester, Pa. During World War H he rings for selling the most
Corps with his parents. Tony is Finleyville, Pa. chapter by Mrs. Annabelle Loftin, mother advisor.-
Wing at Homestead AFB, served In the Coast Guard and participated in. a major por- cookies during the Girl Scout
Fla., as a munitions specialist. stationtd C. at Camp LeJeune, N. Miss Judy Ellis ,a teacher in tion of the Pacific landings. He is curator of the Florida Cookie sale last spring.. The i

the Charles E. Bennett school Methodist Historical Society, a member of Rotary and of the other girls who participated in

Mr. and Mrs. James Runkof left last week to visit her Veterans of Foreign Wars. Mr. and Mrs. Craig have two chil- the sale were given a lovely
Nary Lieutenant Frank B. in Binnington dren: Carol Lee, 12 years old, and Paul, 9. pin by Volupte.A .
grandparents ,
Harrisburg; Pa., arrived
Baggott, son of Mrs. Vitano W. last week for a isit with Mr. Ala., before going to her homein card of thanks was sent f This Week'sBONUS

Baggott of Orange Park, par- and Mrs. Phil Canova. They Federalsburg, Md. Final of TB to J. P. Hall, Jr., by the troop ....
, ticipated in operations aboard will remain here for the rest Report County for the use of his cottage on

the attack aircraft carrier USS of the month. Mrs. Canova and Percival H. Biscoe, a memberof the St. John's River where they 1

Kitty Hawk June 6 when, Pre- Mrs. Runk are sisters. an old Clay County family, And Health AssociationThe spent an enjoyable overnight
sident Kennedy visited the shipto is spending .severalveeks. at cook-out and camp-out two :!ij.,

view a demonstration of Gail Binns, daughter of Mr the Jesse" Knight' camp.on Black Clay County Tuberculosis mailed the local doctors. Be- weeks ago.

naval power. and 'Mrs. L. A..'Binns,.'left:last Creek. Mr:, .Biscoe, a, .retired & Health Association in sides holding our required number The troop will dismiss : :BUYS
week for Albuquerque, N.'-.II.. ommercial pilot, says that his making its final report before I of meetings in different: through the ufnmaer--bat iev ;
PUBLIC HEALTH where abe will spend:the-Bum grandfather, Col. Joseph 'Bis- becoming a part of the Tuber- jocajjjies: which were :well at- era! girls are planning? to attend -

I NURSES TRAININ mer as the guest of her brother coe, once.owned m ch: of the culosis and Respiratory Disease tended not only by our membeRs the summer sessions at
Y Professor Robert E. Haymond. land""now comprising' both Penney Association of Northeast Flo- but the health officials, Camp Chowenwah.

CLAY COUNTYMrs. Farms and the Green Cove rida, Inc., with area headquarters doctors and interested local ci-

Mary Abrams of Vero Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Perlman Naval abase. His grandmother, at 116 East Ashley St, tizens.In CHURCH NOTICE

Beach, Indian River County, (had as their. guests, for Joy Mrs. Charlotte C. B. H. Wheeler Jacksonville, Fla., wish to sub- closing this final report I I Plus Valuable Plaid Stamps I
and Mrs. Margaret Taylor of Perlman's graduation from ,who taught music in Green mit the following 'report of we wish to thank each and i CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

Bunnell, Flakier; County are Clay High School, Lt. Allan, Cove, was active in the St. theiR activities for the past every one who has made the SOCIETY
spending two weeks in Green I Perlman and Mrs. Louis Buch- Marys Episcopal Church. His year. Clay County Tuberculosis & Cor. E. Houston St. A

Cove training in the Public: oJtz and her daughter, Fay, ol sister, Mrs. Marknerite Biscoe I The 1962-63 Christmas seal Health Association a hugh N. Magnolia Ave
Health Jacksonville. Kilmarxwho was 'born in the GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Nursing program. sale campaign returns were success throughout past
I Green Cove, now lives in Can- $1,496.86 from which 21% of years. We assure you each don- FLORIDAServices SUPERRIGHT'ESTEJL1Iol\ BEEF-SIRLOIN

ada. that: amount was paid to the ation individual service has at 11 held a.m.Subject Sunday.
State and 6%% was sent to been greatly appreciated: by
National leaving Clay Countys this organization which dates :
CLAY portion at 108523. back prior to 1938. IS THE UNIVERSE, STEAK89cm
Phone 284-6711 After all obligations were INCLUDING MAN, EVOLVEDBY

Monday thru Friday Two .met and retaining $250.00 for ATOMIC FORCE?
FREESET Shows each evening emergencies $638.34 was turn- June 23
7 & 8 p.m. ed over to the new organiza- HONORED AT COFFEEMrs.
A cordial invitation is extendedto
Sat. & Sun. Continuous J. R. JolLssant and Mrs.
OF CLOTHESLINE POLES tion.During I' attend our services.PENTECOSTAL .
From 2 p.m. the past year this organization Knud Boe entertained at a cof-
with purchase of 250 ft. or more of CHAIN LINKor
Phone 284-6711 participated in the, fee last Friday morning in honor -
REDWOOD Fence.SPECIAL. TV & TB Eduational, National: of Mrs. Warner J. Hendricksof

Thurs.. Fri., & Sat. Research, Rehabilitation. and! Dearborn, Michigan. Mrs. HOLINESS
40 POUNDS OF TROUBLE Teachers Educatioal programs. Hendricks is the guest of Mr. CHURCH
I I Starring Tony Curtis Assisted the Health Depart- and Mrs. John Hendricks of St. Vermont Ave.
and ment in case findings and hos- Johns Avenue. Green Cove Springs

Walt Disneys pitalization of Clay County tuberculosis The Jolissant home was dec- MARVEL
"LEGEND OF LOBO" patients. They also orated with summer flowers, You have a
(Gates and Terminals extra.) took active in Special Invitation
an part settingup and Mrs. John Hendricks presided -
Son. Mon, & Tues. and manning the Chest X- at the coffee table. to attend

FREE ESTIMATES MY SIX LOVES Ray Mobile Unit while in this Among those present were: Church and Sunday School ICE MILK

I BONDED LICENSE INSURED Starring Debbie Reynolds county. Mrs. Clarence' Lazette, Mrs.
They have distributed pham- Frank Thompson, Mrs. Donald Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

SL Augustine Phone VA 4-2182 Next Wed. Thurs., & Fri. pihlets on the various phases of Fisher, Mrs. Harry Kelsey, Mrs. Preaching 11:00 a.m.
Jacksonville Phone FL 9--1%% WONDERFUL TO the disease and their preventions Deward Priest, Mrs. Thomas Sunday NIte Sen. 7:00 p.m.
I BE YOUNG to the schools through the Knight, Mrs. James White, Mrs. Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
WRITE: 8U Granada St.. St. Augustine, Fla.
Pastor. Rer. J. C. Mavnor TWO GAL. CARTONS79c
Sstarring Cliff Richard County Nurse. They have also Donald Patton, Mis. William i
recommended that health liter- Mulford, Mrs. J. 'E. Carswelland Phone-EV 9- 83O

ature of numerous types be Mrs. Frank Canova.

plan/ NOW for a successful. I 1

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see the new trInIIul f God's hi.&. wdy LIVING ROOM SUIT-$ 2.SC > t w

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i Orange Park Socials i- I.- Heads Methodist Church O.P. Non-Senior Coca-Cola Little Leaguers

Awards PresentedDuring ".., .>..:.. ....., ,., ::
Lt. and: Mrs. H. A. Riedl of Kenny Richards, son of Mrs. .. ,:,:,:,:""',:"." ",,

Orange Circle recently had as Kenneth Richards of Orange the final assembly at 3-

house( guests her parents, Mr. .Circle, :has come home from Orange Park High School all ..
and Mrs. Robert Smith and Baptist Hospital after surgi- .:. ", '"..
the non-senior awards were }: .
her brother, Robert Smith, Jr., cal treatment fo ra broken arm. i ;
all of New Orleans. Mrs. He fractured his elbow in a fall .".. ..." .. presented to outstanding stu- '-"W'. ;:. ."
Smith and her son are contin- from his bicycle. dents of the school. ,

uing their vacation trip further Winner of the award for best FuZY

south in Florida, while Mr. Cdr. and Mrs. George Laukhlin : ) driver was Tommy Kress. For

Smith has returned home. former Orange Park resi- V Typing I, Gena Timmer plac-

dents, are visiting here for a SUF. f ed first and Cathy Ferguson

10-Year-Old Saved short time, while making arrangements a second, and in Typing II, Diana
i for the sale of their JN; 'yyrv Pearson was first and Libby .

I home. '. Claytor second. Shorthand 1
Bv High School Girl I ''
a r first prize went to Ann Dan-
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Miss Kay Smith, daughter of son, and second to Diana Pear- '
Orange Park High Schhol Mrs. Ruth Smith, was Maid of son. In Shorthand n, Libby

a student Patty Kemper rescuedan Honor at the wedding of for- Claytor was first and Donna

unidentified 10-year-old girl mer Orange Park resident Lin- Gales second. Sue Drawdy won
from drowning in the St. Johns da Geilen to Jerry V. Schom- first award in Bookkeeping ..i

River near the Kemper home on burger last Saturday at Christ 2 and Barbara Feit was second.

Westoer Rd. on June 4. the King Catholic Church.Mr. Receiving the Chemistry
Patty, the daughter of Mr.
award was Cherry Bernardini;
and Mrs. M. D. Kemper,
and Mrs. Heinz Hahn of Junior High Science Award Bottom row L to r. Jesse Cummings, W ayne lnlesVayne Cummings, Don Moore.
alone late in the afternoon -
at home Plainfield Ave. have moved to David Miles; Biology Award, Middle row L to r. Danny Harper Way ne Denmark, Dub Stern, Fred Ellis, Mickey
-when she heard the
the Tampa area. Martha Graves; Spanish n Downing'
child in the water.
calls of the Chuck Ware; Latin Shirlene Top row L to r. James Padgett, Jerry Coon, Jack Bosh, Lon Custer, Ricky Prlngle.

She clothed immediately into the went water fully and The George A. Perlick fam- Cr_ it Photo by Gene Koca Gay; Junior High Math., Dan- Jack Coon, Manager Homer Christian. Not pictured above Glen Jones.In .

ashore with the fright- ily of River Rd. have gone to of the Gulfport ny Keuscher; Algebra n. Cher-
swam The Rev. Floyd R. Fisher, formerly Bernardini Geometry, Les- I
ry ; Industrial Arts the first
ened clinging to !her back.A make their home in Sarasota. this week became minis- I
girl Methodist Church, of St. Petersburg,
ter Curliss and General Sci-
; place award went to Dan Dan-
neighbor supplied a blanketto ter of the Orange Park Methodist Church. Mr. Fisher, a native -
ence, Patsy St. Petery.
son; second to Douglas Pope;
wrap the girl in and her Mrs. Jean Gilmour, with her of Indiana, was educated at Indiana Central College
Thursday June 20 Coca-Cola vs. J. P. Hall
The award for Most Outstanding and third to Rodney Frisbee.
father took her home in his daughter Diana, 'has returned to and United Theological Seminary, Dayton O. Mr. and Mrs. June 21 Coca-Cola
: .in Music went to Winner of the American His- vs. Cotney
car. live in her Plainfield Ave. Fisher moved to Florida four years ago. They have two children ,
June 22
Saturday. Make-upgame at 4
Wayne Spivey; for Junior High tory Award was Eric Hansen; pm.
According to witnesses, the home after a year of teaching at home: Elaine, 16 years old, and Gregory, 12. An- Monday. June 24 Clay Oil vs. Coca-Cola
English, to Lee King; Senior Geography, William Morrison;
child and her father had come in Deland. other son Neal, 27, is a Methodist minister now completing Tuesday. June 25 Cotney vs. J. P. Hall
High English, Cherry Bernar- Civics, Sydney Genrin; Libra-
to an empty waterfront lot, and work on his doctorate at Boston Theological Seminary.
( Thursday. June 27 J. P. Hall
dini; and the Mrs. .CartwrightD. rian, first place Betty Ruth vs. Clay OilWeekday
'ehfe had been left in the car Now in residence at their new
O. R. Award, presented by Jeffers, and second place Shirley games begin at 5 pjn. at the Orange'
'while he waded into the riverto home on Doctors Lake Drive
Mrs. W. L. Zeigler, went to Jay Robison; and Algebra I Park Elementary School Field.
-f sh.-She then waded in after are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Vincent-Irwin WeddingMiss

.;b1m..jwd stepped into a deep Claytor and children. ....., Stoudemire. Edwin Matheson.

*ho1S? 'HeT-Trie3 were not loud Anne Royston Irwin and bridegroom's father, and the I

enogh for him to hear, but for- Former Orange Park resident Richard Hamilton Vincent were ushers included Charles Pod,
tunately Patty did hear and responded Cheryl Byrne, now of Lake married last Saturday eveningin Warren 'E. Staudt, David B. .. .'.' "a'-.7)' : : .
i ia time. Some neigh Worth, visited her friend Joan the Mt. Lebanon Presbyterian Blance Bertram E. Adams Jr., .

borhood children then made Gorski of Stiles Ave. last week- Churh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -. and Lt. Louis O. Pritze. *. '-r : :': jl"

'I out to call the father back. end, and enjoyed the gradua- The Rev. William J.: The bride wore a floorlengthgown :

tion festivities of Orange Park Evans officiated.The of candlelight peau de faction\ dish
VF\ High School with JoanJack I bride ia the daughter of soie and lace with an insert ol ,,_, your ':
FREE DANCING FREE 1 Mr. and Mrs* Charles Rupert face' adorning the deefV decks .

RobbIns, his wife cop Irwin, and Mr.. Vincent is the line and extending to; formra "Jkyou ,
Every Wednesday Night .nee, and their three sons are son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred panel down the back; of the '

MAGNOLIA BAIT & : spending two weeks visiting Durrell Vincent of East Holly dress. Her cathedral length veil to come

TRACK SHOP his: (parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Point Rd., Orange Park. of illusion was. attached to a ve just got fry
Robbins of Kingsley Ave. The
Highway 17 N. Mrs. Elmer G. Klaber: servedas miniature pearl crown, and she
Green Cove Springs younger Robbinses are resi- organist, and Dr. Howard N. carried a white Bible topped '
dents of Tallahassee. with bouquet of fleur
Douds as soloist. a
amour, stephanotis, ivy and
Given in marriage by her
white orchid. reH H FORMS NEW
father, the bride had as maidof
CLAUDE'S COBBLER SHOP honor her sister, Miss Cath- Following the ceremony, a
ception eld at the St.
erine Holland Irwin. Brides- was r

Expert Shoe Repairing maids were: Mrs. D. H. Fager- Country Club. After a trip tot

While You Wait Service bery of Flint, :Michigan; Mrs. Bermuda, they will reside
Warren E. Staudt, sister of the the Duke University Apart
Dying All Leather & Fabric Shoes bridegroom; Miss Susan White; ments, Durham, .N. C. TOTAL PERFORMANCE CHAMP

CLAUDE R. JOXES Miss Patricia Towle, Miami,
Florida and Miss Butler
; Marilyn -
1712 Highway 17 Orange Park McComb, Miss. Church Neivs

Acting as best man was the The new minister of the

I Orange Park Methodist Church' ,

:the Rev. Floyd Fisher, Mrs.

Fisher, and their children, .. .
COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire WeekOf Elaine and Gregory, will be -' ." ""' n-

The welcomed Sunday morning.at the Church j on :

The Junior and Senior Metho- -
Orange Park Presbyterian Men ._
Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size dist Youth Fellowship groups .. --- ? -- "'- --!re _
Thursday, June 20. at 6:30 ;- _._ _
pm. at the Church. are selling religious books to --L-.L.-' 3. -- ......vc --y

Dish Miller Tires Autolite BatteriesCor. support Methodist Youth work. ::
Orange Park Boat Club Auxiliary : -..
The Juniors offer !: = -
"Women of -
Thursday, June 20, at .:
8 p.m.Orange the Bible," and the Seniors: _
Park and King. Jacksonville Fla. "Jesus and the Twelve;" bOthbooks
Park Lions Club-Mon-
leather bound and beautifully -
,"' day. June 24, at 8 pjn. at the .
!E9302.. or E4.0101 illustrated in color. In '--
Lions Club.
July the next book of the -.
Orange Park Masonic Lodge j series, "Children of the Bible," -, ."

'.. No. 267-Monday. June 24 !will be available.
: at 8 p jn. at the Masonic Hall.
,q- ; ,} ..2 Methodist Men of the Church
.w. Orange Park CivitansTuesday are urged to register now for

AND IN- June 25, at 7 pm. at for the Men's Retreat at Lees- : -. _----- ,; .J.Jr

Charlie's Restaurant. burg in September. They should -... _
ORANGE PARK i Orange Park Area Jaycees- contact James Crowl of Doc: _

Tuesday. June 25. at 8 pjn I tors Lake Estates. H13n

| at the Town Hall. The Methodist Vacation Day
1903 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264-6431
1 Orange Park Boat Club- Camp at Camp Keystone oDoctors w..ft. '-" .. .
Thursday, June 27. at 8 Lake Drive closed last .
i at Card's Restaurant. I Friday after a very successfulweek. l "3

Attending were 64 children ; ;: car r1
of Primary, Junior, and Come drive our new Super Torque Ford "fastback" hardtop same model that made

R Junior High age, with 13 lead history by sweeping the first 5 places in the Daytona 500! This is Ford's total performance inaction
"Where The Best Is Better9ftNLY
We Collect ers.At a meeting during the! and what action! It proves that Ford has the handling, the braking, the endurance,

Electric morning Church: servile last tof the go-power-everything it takes to stand up-and then some-under

Sunday, the Congregation
and c of do! And extra because
THE the Orange Park Presbyterian the type driving you right now you'll save _"'7. .

BEST Telephone Church: elected three new deacons we're offering FAST ACTION SPECIALS every car in stock priced
: O. S. Braddock, H. K.
YOUR to move out fast! Act fast while they last come in today! Fe RD
Bills Rock, and H. M. Walker.

NEEDS Ernest Evans of the Jacksonville


Affairs speaks this evening after LOAI.
the 6:30 o'clock dime:
meeting of the Men of the

Get It All From Orange Park Presbyteriar,

Church. His subject is to be J. P. REVELS FORD COMPANY
O. B. HALL HARDWARE the organization and experiences ;

of the Council with BOOM'
,1922 Highway 17 Phone 264-6831 Orange Park

., especially on the interesting youth Jury.information '. 601 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Ph. 284-9779 CO 46511OIlav


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I flqBtonc!! : i 1ht l ghts BetasREPORTER: < : i KAY STONE : '1 : .

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I First Trailer Off The Line The ESTRELLITA ladies of the CLUB Estrellita Keystone Social Notes T-Bird Anyone?

Club held their annual elec-

f t: ;1i !Ij!. ,: tion of officers on last Wednes- July 6 is the date for the always told how much these

day. The monthly meeting was steak supper to be sponsoredby kindnesses have meant to a
preceeded by a dessert, servedby the St. William's Catholic recipient. Latest on the list is
hostesses Mrs. Vera Ownbey Club. Tickets will be $1.25 and Margie Hall who is so very ap-
and Mrs. Ruby Tyre. $.75. See any member of the preciative of all the kind things

The nominating committeeMrs. club for a ticket to'a" really I her friends have done for her

Vera Ownbey and Mrs. good meal. during her illness, and she is

Bea Schroeder presented the grateful for all the cards and

following slate which was unanimously Glad to see Charlie McGlave letters, etc.

elected: home again after a siege at the
W CS 'Z.
President Mrs. Dorothy HospitaL Charlie is another Mr. and Mrs. Edward D.

Koons; vice president Mrs one who is into everything, and Maher of New Orleans,. La.
Estha Stringer; secretary. Mrs finally had to give up and let are guests this week of Mr

Sara McDonald; and treasurer the doctor take over for a few and Mrs. Herbert Nelson. Mrs

Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder.New days. Maher and Mrs. Nelson are I

business was discussed, sisters. L. McAnnally, of Green Cove, this week won a
T and plans made for a chicken we haven't had a full report Thunderbird in the annual Navy Relief fond-raisinr drive

barbeque dinner to be held on on the Junior Woman's Mrs. Michael Redfearm and Mr. McAnnally, a retired Navy lieutenant, says he has been
k ,wo q ee (evllh .. August 24. Committees will be Club's spring dance on June Mrs. Huntley Redfearm. Jr.. contributing to Navy Relief for many years and he thinks
I Creceat Photo by Gene Koza announced later as plans pro- 15, but we hear that they made Gloria and Jane were co-hos- turn-about is only fair play

TM Trailer Manufacturing Co., the County's newest company-in-operation, produced gress. some money and a good time tesses last Saturday at a tea for

its first trailer (shown above) late last week. Two more were on the line this week. Mrs. Koons accepted the was had by all. Miss Agnes Watson who is tc

TM's employment, scheduled to reach a peak of 15-20 by fall, has grown faster than gavel and in so doing intensi- be married this month. The tea

I was expected. In addition to supervisory personnel brought into the County from Madison fied the desire that all Eastern Recent goests of Mrs. Bert was at the Melrose Woman's A "Let the Rest of the A

location of the company's old plant, nine persons have already been employed. They Star women become affiliated Christoffers, Sr. were hex Club. The pink and white color World Go By"
are: J. B. Woods, Robert Gessel, Marion S. Wise, Donald Greene, William L. Dickerson, with the Estrellita Club. daughter Mrs. B. L. Owens and scheme was carried out in the J'
Kenneth Burke Harry Ragsdale, Ernest E. Parduhn and Max H. BelL two friends from Pensacola refreshments and In the decor-
The next meeting will be a
Fla. The ladies stopped to see atios, which included pink and
called meeting on August 14 at
PFC LARRY LAMEE BATTS RECEIVES DEGREE BOY SCOUT 10.00 o'clock in the Masonic Mrs. Christoffers en route tc white gladioli and asters. About Recreation plots near the ol swimming hole
{, LEADER MAKES a short course at Stetson Uni- 85 people attended this lovely
U. S. Marine Pfc. Larry La- Warren Leighton Batts of Hall. versity, where they learned affair. $675.00 up if you and the kids aren'ttoo
received hisMaster's ANNUAL SWIM
i Mee is home from QuanticoVa. Keystone Heights about the operation of a kin lazy to walk a couple blocks.

.. on a 20-day leave. Larry degree from in Business Harvard Barry Wyman our local Boy READING PROGRAMThe dergarten. They also visited or Last Saturday. Henry Q .. :
Administration Scout leaader. who is also an children's their way home to Pensacolathe Hall, Jr., finished his studiesat
is the son of Mr. and Mrs University in last week's com- reading pro-
accomplished swimmer made gram at the Keystone Heights following weekend. Mrs the University of Florida fox See Us for your Real Estate Needs-
Lawrence LaMee of Keystone. mencement exercises. is the former Barbara
Owens a B. S. in business administration. -
branch has
library already
his annual swim across Lake
started. This it is bas- Chritoffers, the younger Henry will be assciated .
Sunday but failedto E. McKAY
on in the S.
ed on a western theme. daughter with Sears in Daytona Beach.
break his own record set Henry's brother. Mac who just
tJ; TOWN OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS"On The Program is divided into
two years ago in 1961 when If you have seen Mrs. Ra- graduated at Bradford High Keystone Height Phoae 473-4819
parts. A Child becomesa
Beautiful Lake Geneva"NOTICE
he made it across in 1 how ranch hand after readingone liegh Zike on crutches you may School, has been accepted at

IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following des- and 20 minutes distance of book. After reading four or may not know that she was the University of Florida, and
cribed lands will be sold at public auction on the 6th day of atacked by a glass showcaseOn will be starting there in Sept. .
three miles-the route he takes. additional books, he is a cow -
July A. D. 1963 at the City Hall Keystone Heights County of June 14, she was cleaningup -- - -
boy. books him
that is. From more puts -
Clay. State of Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein directly across in the bronc-busting classifi- In;the store, and as she was The name of Jimmy Fox

i set opposite the same, together with all penalties, and costs of Lake Geneva from Bill Beam's cation; and eight more make dusting off the glass show- son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett
such sale and advertising. Sale to start at 12 o'clock all of sudden it Have Arrive. .
noon. Beach Barry hits the water him a ranch owner. This makes case, a seem- Fox of Keystone Heights, was They .
l Description Owner Amt. of taxes and costs and heads for Beam's His 21 books in all ed to almost explode. Her leg omitted last week in the list of ,

Lot 5 Blk. 10 Velma Lamee $ 1.16 Plus Adv. 1963 record was spoiled when A child's name is entered or was severely cut, and not only boys and girls who will be go-I

Lot 6A 6B, 7A BIk. 31 L. L. Lamee 23.10.Plus Adv. he got a cass of cramps en his classification poster and did It have to be sewed up Ing to college in the fall from DOLLS -: DOLlS DOLLS
it firs! .ha dto be sewed or.
Lot 4, 5 Blk. 14 Flossie Tower 6.93 Plus Adv. roue but he kept on going, and an emblem for each book read B.HJ3. class of 1963. Jimmy
,the, t insj er where S0stitchee ,. .
Uni- '
has been accepted-at the -
Lot 30 LkvH. 10 Flossie Tower 1.16 Plus Adv. refused to get into the boat Many children have already .. *"--i\
Lot 13, Ntt 14 Blk. 20 W. H. Redfearn 51.98 Plus Adv. that accompanied him. This started, but it is still open tc were to know required.that she We is are feeling glad! versity of Florida* and wilT .. .. -..j new Shipment... of ,
Lot 1 Blk 15A Nelson B. Bell 4.62 Plus Adv. record start in Sept. :
year's 4f
? was l.hour all who are Interested. So a lot better and that the cut Barbie Dolls \ .-',
Sara D. McDonald minutes. At that rate he I
swama come on, pod'ner. and get downto is healing nicely.
Tax Collector mile every 35 minutes which Keystone library to the big Bruce PrevatU son of Mr Ken Dolls .'
June 13. 20. 21, July' 4 isn't bad for an old man of 31! book round-up! Sorry to hear that Mrs. Johr and Mrs. Myron Prevatt, grad- I r
uated Monday night. June
---- on .
McDowall had a bad fall recently Midge Dolls
10, from Emory University ir
and had to be hospi-
Atlanta Ga. Bruce plans tc ,
talized. We trust she will soon
work in Atlanta for a year
be able to be home again.
during which time he will be A Complete line of CLOTHES

married, and then he has plans
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rid-
to enter law school at the Uni-
aught and four daughters are for
versity of Florida.
on a vacation trip to see some

_____ country and to visit some rela- "Barbie" "Midge" "Ken"
tives. They went first to West Mrs. Cora Marshburn left or

Florida to visit Mrs. Midaught'f June 11 for a visit with her
Come and Get Them While They Last
f fh sister and family; then on tc son Edward. Marshburn and ,
rx n
Tennessee to see two of her family of Miami. Fla. She wily?

brothers. They plan to see then be gone two weeks. at.Mayhugh's .

daughter Joan (Mrs. Richard

J Barton) in South Carolina, be- Sylvia and Romesa Dodd

fore returning home. daughters of Mr. and Mrs Drug & AnnexMagnolia

1_ I Fred Dodd. are attending the

Glad to see that balloffireRuth children's bible mission camp St. Phone 4-5111 Green Cove Springs

r Bleha, home from the in Polk City Fla. They will be

hospital. We wondered how she there the greater part of the - -- -- -- -- -
could be still long enough tc summer. .-- --- - -
-- ---
I c fig be sick. We hope she will takeit I I "A

sort of .easy so she won't S/4 Larry Cooper came home I
have to go back to the hospital last Wednesday morning from''!

Germany where he has been ; IF ITS, : A SMALL WORLD,
stationed for about two years. ;,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young His wife and son have been i, WHY OOtS IT COST SO

have just returned from a va- here since the first of the year MUCH TO RUN IT ?
cation trip to New Port Richey having been in Germany also :

where they did some fishing i The Coopers' son Russell, was
: \ \ They also attended the square I born in Germany. They wiT

\ \ .. dancing convention In Jackson-' have a few days in Keystone ,

ville this past weekend.A and then go on to Fort Ben-

ning Ga., Larry's next assign-
group of girls of the Jun- ment.

ior Woman's Club played "f airy

1 Godmother" to their cottageof
r Mrs. Charles Hinck and children -
girls at Sunland Training
p JQOne
Danny and Katie enter-
__ School in Gainesville, on Mon-
tained friends at a Chicken
a day evening of this week'
Barbeque at their home last
bringing with hem all the mak-

t i tugs of a very nice party. Sunday. .,

We have often thought that BOY SCOUT NEWS .
Top:1959 Impala Sport Coupe, below:1983 Impala Sport Coupe. I
Keystone Heights should be
On June 15, Boy Scout Troop!> s
called "the town with a heart." .
You get a whole lot more than that '59 generator cut costs too.PERFORMANCE Anyone who has even been ill 105 of Keystone Heights attended -,

Chevrolet (great as it was!) could offer. a wider choice of horsepower from the economical or distressed in any way. has the Chiefland Water: @w. j .

Some big improvements, some small, some tVROLET 140-hp Turbo-Thrift 6 up to a 425-hp found this to be true. We are I melon Festival Our boys madea I ,I
for savings, some for performance some for V8. SAVINGS-from Chevrolet's traditionally very good showing marching
3 comfort. A few of them: EASY CARE-Air- TRADENJRAVEL I higher resale value and the special deals in the parade.
T I washed rocker panels help fight rust while a your Chevrolet dealer is making during Trade Murrhee They found eating unlimited way to stop your own personal 'Inflation

I longer lasting exhaust system self-adjusting TIME 'N Travel Time. See him now for a Jet- I amounts of watermelon to be I'roblem-4ta a savior account. Save for your future

brakes and battery-saving new Delcctron ATl WHHt QIfWOlfi aERtfRt smooth '63 Chevrolet. Optional at extra cost. I Insurance Agency '! great fun. Barry Wyman. Jr.
came in second In the water- purchases and avoid paying carrying charges or Interest.aeossner .

The troop remained to watch I.i .j
'PI many of the other activities

which included the twist con MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

t ROBERTS CHEVROLET Strickland Band.
AgentPhone Scoutmaster Barry Wymar
accompanied his troop to the
r Orange and Park Phone 284-3033 Green Cove Springs 473-47S6 festival.'_..... --- ..- ._"'._7


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I County Commissioners' Minutes I Vacation Bible Schools *: Clay Hill I


CLAY COUNTY Flood. Mr. Simpson at this time requested the Board to accept s py.,. Our son, Charles Fields and soon be well again and able to

GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDAJune a Quit Claim Deed which had been previously been filed with' family returned to Ft. Leonard be up and around.
i the Clerk of the Court, regarding a proposed road in parts in
10 1963 ) Last Sunday, the third Sun-
Wood Mo. Friday of last week.
Se*t 14 15 and 23 of 8 South ,
:>n3 Township Range 23. Con
day in June, this bearded
9:00 o'clock Needless to enjoyed thevisit young -
a.m. missioner: Murrhee objected to the acceptance of this deed for say we
man, Jim Strickland made
much if did
The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met road right of way until which time a subdivision plat is recorded x very bears, even monsters we his first effort to preach his
caught by
get ,
in session in the Commissioners' on the public records of Clay County showing where this
regular County Meeting room what have ? first sermon in 1901-or just
road panthers, or you
in the Courthouse the above time and date. would benefit Clay County.At w
on K. but we always managed to es- 62 years ago. Most folks con
The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, Honorable this time Mr. E. D. McCall, County Agent appearedand f ,cape without much injury! sider themselves as being in

Luther E. Wilson. Other members present were Louis L. gave each member of the Board of County Commissionersa Seems like these woods where the elderly part of life, and we

Huntley, District No. 2, Marvin Green, District No. 3, O. J. copy of the proposed budget for the coming year for the i i we live are a fine place for lit- dare say there are but few who

Murrhee, District No. 4 and H. E. Moody, District No. 5. County Agent and Home Demonstration Agent and their assis- ,tle girls' imagination to turn have preached for this numberof
tants. Mr. McCall\ stated that he was making up the plans as SLAY ry..q True, he is growing
At this time the Chairman introduced Reverend Jack Hall, them into anything and every- years.
Pastor of the Russell Baptist Church, who gave the invocation.The previously requested for planting of shrubs and flowers on the thing but darling babies, but weak physically but not spiritually -
Courthouse grounds, and that as soon as the plans are com- He can still preach youa
minutes of the last regular meeting of May 13, 1963 we were so pelased to have
pleted they would be presented to' the Board'of Commissioners good semon in a few words.
and Special Meeting of May 22, 1963, were approved as read. for their them with us we were willingto
approval. face all of the monsters We do not have to go to the
The following monthly reports and letters were read and Motion by Commissioner Moody, .seconded by Commis- whatever came along to de- foreign fields. or be a great
filed as public records: C. "Doc" Turner drives the Green Cove fire truck
sioner Green, and carried, to approve Resolution on SectionNo. vour us! Of course, this was dynamic speaker for our livesto
Monthly report of County Judge; re: Fine and Forefei- 71507-2601, State Road 5-315, SRD No. 111.1. The County filled with youngsters of the First Baptist Church as they all play. Had to have a good stand out for our Lord.

ture Fund. Deed was executed by the Chairman and the Clerk on above paraded through town last week daring the preparation day rowdy tussel with the boys True, he has been a wonderful

Monthly report of County Agent. Section Number and Parcel Number on State Road 5-315 as for Vacation Bible School. The Rev. A. E. Madaris, Pastor, also. This is what makes l life preacher in his day, according
requested by the Florida State Road Department. is standing on the back of the truck. worth living. to all of the accounts I have
Monthly report of Assistant County Agent. of the school and
Mrs. Eleanor Yelton is principal
of his work--or the Lord'swork
Motion by Commissioner Green seconded Commis-
Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent. Mrs. Floyce Bennett Is assistant principal and general secre- Well, Sunday morning at Sun-
sioner Huntley, and carried, the following Banks of Clay Countywere through him, but we can
Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration tary. The school has about thirty workers and 103 studentsin day School, this ole girl was certainly "Shine where WE
designated as County Depositories. The Bank of Orange daily attendance. about to get skinned again for
Agent. Park, depository for the Board of County Commissionrs' General meeting! "Cran ARE!"
of Florida State Board of Health. prayer
Monthly report We had 73 present: in Sunday -
Fund. Keystone State Bank of Keystone Heights, depositoryfor Pen" about to
Monthly report of Clay Soil Conservation District. WITNESSES TO NEW JULIAN BROWN JR, ny was just
School Sunday, even if 15
the Board of County Commissioners' Road and Bridge Fund work but
us over, again we
Monthly report of Department of Public Welfare, re: and the Capitol Outlay Reserve Fund for the Clay County YORK MEET MAKES U. OF F. aren't afraid! But when one of these were visitors, and &

i County Indigent Funds. Health Department Construction. The Bank of Green Cove Robert E. Greene, presiding DEAN'S LIST gets so weak they cannot sit were enrolled as new members.We .
d k Monthly report of Florida Division of Corrections, re: Springs, depository for the Board of County Commissioners'Fine were more than pleased to
well had better
minister of the Green Cove Julian Hoyle Brown, Jr., son up very they
I Inspection of County Jail and SRD Road Prison CampNo. and Forfeiture Fund. have each and everyone. The-
of Jehovah's Wit- of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown, stay where they have some
2753.Monthly Congregation beginners won the banner witha
Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner was named to the Dean's list of' beside a cement floor to fall
report of Director of Civil Defense. Green, and carried, the Tax Assessor's time was extended I nesses, said this week plans .' University Colleke at the Uni- upon, might knock a hole in grade of 70 percent. Nowwe

Letter from Mr. Ralph Powers, Member of Florida from the first Monday of July until the second Monday of July have been finalized for the versity of Florida. the floor! so we stayed at feel proud of US! We adult

State Road Department, re: Investment of Clay County to rompaete the Assessment roll for 1963; also for the Clerk tu forthcoming 8 day international Young Brown, 19 years old, home! Of course, "Granny Pen" women were the closest runner

Road and Bridge Bond Funds being invested by State advertise in Compliance with Chapter 193.25 Florida Statutes.At convention of the religious was salutatorian of his classat and I always have to have an up with a grade of 60-but whycan't
make it a grade of
Road Department of Florida at 31/i% interest. this time the Clerk requested to be advised of any group scheduled for Yan- Clay High two years ago. argument about something! the 100 percent? Lets all, not justthe

Letter from Mr. David L. Talbott, Executive Director major items to be placed. in the coming budget. Road Superin- kee Stadium in New York, July He is a sophomore at the Uni- weather if nothing else. Speak- HirMsid: : members, but All

i' of the Miss Clay County Pageant, re: The routine tendent, James Knowles, advised that eight new dump trucks versity now. ing of Mrs. Pendarvis, her Sunday School members
for the Miss Florida Pagaant to be held in June; in would be needed by the Road and Bridge Department. to Mr. Ray 7-14. He returned this week to his brother, William Carter is in where make a great effort to

which Clay County will be represented. Chance advised an increase of $3,100.00 in the Civil Defense Convention officials have an- home to spend the summer va the hospital yet doesn't seem of
make a grade 100-just to-
Letter from .the Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire budget. Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commis- "nounced 125,000 persons representing cation. to improve very much. We do see how we feeL I dare say wOo

Department; re: The proposed Legislation authorizingthe sioner Moody, to raise Road and Bridge Employees $15.00 each the Eastern United wish a speedy recovery for him. will all feel so good about this

Board of County Commissioners to contribute per month and continue payrolls on the first and fifteenth of Nellie Wilkinson was unableto and'
:States, South and Central FLEET RESERVE CLUB until we will try again,
certain money to the Volunteer Fire Departments of each month. Judge Rivers was in attendance and stated to attend church Sunday, Lou- After
America Canada and the Car- Mr.: and Mrs. Miller and again-right on and on.
the Board that he had been notified 1 Bing ise told of that Nellie
Clay County. that he would go on a Clark hosored some us all, it isn't hard to do, the first
Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner Budget beginning this year but that he did not have a copy ibbean are expected to attend.i Wager were Fleet Reserve at was feeling worse again. step is to be present! Will you

Green, and carried, the Resolution closing that part of of the bill yet. He advised the Commission that he would get a Two other U. S. conventions. are' party given by Jeannette Baker underwent; do this? '
dub last
;the old Orange Park to Doctors Inlet Road lying between State copy of tlhe bill and he was requested by the Clerk to (presenthis set for Milwaukee, June 30-i i 98 Saturday night. surgery Monday morning, we
Mr. and Mrs. Miller
I Road No. 224 and State Road No. 221-A .was adopted. budget to the Commission to be incorporated in the budgetfor July 7, and the Rose Bowl,' their ninth were have not learned just how she
Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner 1963-64. celebrating twenty has recuperated. ALL STARS TO PLAY
Pasadena, September 1-8. wedding anniversary and Mr.
Huntley, and carried, to accept: Plat of Second additionto The Chairman requested Mr. Cercy, Deputy Sheriff in Miller his sixty first Charles Mosley is in the Lake i FOR CIVIC CLUB

Sunrise Park. This Plat having been approved previously by I attendance, to ask Sheriff Hall to appear before the Board The oldest delegates repre- : Wager was also birthday.Mr. celebrat- City hospital again, it seems I The Civic Club of Doctor's.Inlet .

the Clay County Zoning Board. and state if he wants any major items for the coming year senting the Green Cove congre- ing his birthday. Both are re- to be the same nervous troublehe wild have Chuck Dennis

Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commissioner -I to be placed in the Budget, regarding needs for Clay County gation at the meeting will be tired Navy men. has suffered from for sc end his All Stars performing
Moody, and carried, a Warranty Deed from J. T. and Lou Jail. Sheriff Hall appeared and stated that the County needed
71-year-old Gander S. Knut- : The hall was decorated with every Saturday night during the-
Crawford. ,Clay County for Right of Way purposes was accepted -I a complete new jail with facilities to handle the Juveniles. long.May months. will
Mr. Knutson said interestin They play
soru i floral arrangements and many Bell Norman was o nand I summer
in Government: Lot 9, Section 28, and Government. Lot 2, further
: After a discussion on the matter with the Commis- '
the work t rock and roll twist and
religious of Jeho-I' friends were there to partakeof the puny list again Sunday square-
Section 33, Township 5, Range 26 East. sioners, Sheriff Hall stated the cost involved would be t&o reat
Witnesses dance music from 8:30 until
yaih's keeps ac the cake, that was served to unable to attend church. We do
Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner -. to (maintain and transport Juveniles to and from Court fora 1 '
: tive in his advanced years. the trio. fcope all :these dear folks Will 1], 12:30 o'clock.
Green, and carried, to. accept Resolution,abandoning that tri-County Juvenile Shelter with Putnam and St. Johns Coun

portion of ,the Doctors InJet- I'ange Park road lying between' ties. Also, the Sheriff state he thought it would be unwise to

the point where 224A highway intersects old Orange Park- build added facilities to the present old jail but did state that

Doctors Inlet road and the point on said road where highway he thought the Juvenile Shelter and County Jail should remain

224 interstcts the same. together due to the cost for extra custodians if the Juvenile

Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commis- Shelter should be made separate from the County Jail. At the

sioner Green, and carried, to accept Resolution regarding SRD i request of County Commissioners, Sheriff Hall advised the

No. 3 in Section 71504-(3602)( ) 2602 on State Road S-220-A. Board that he would get a cost estimate for added facilitiesto

Motion :by Commissioner Moody, seconded by Commis- be built to present Jail for Juveniles before the next regular

sioner Murrhee, and carried, the State Road Department of Florida meeting of the Board of County Commissioners for their con-
proposed Typical Section on State Job No. 71560-3602-03-41( ) sideration. The Bank of Green Cove Springs

SR-S-315 was approved. Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commis-

Motion by Commissioner Greon, seconded by Commis- sioner Murrhee, and carried, the bills were approved and

sioner Moody, and carried, a .Warranty Deed from Cowart Lum- Warrants ordered drawn in payment of same, as will appearby ..

ber Company Clay County was accepted for rights of way Warrants Lists numbered 321, 321-A and 321-B, which lists
\ in Section 39, Township 5, Range 26 East; Part of Lot No. 8, Takes
of these minutes much
are hereby adopted as a part as so as pleasure in announcing .
Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commis- if set out in full herein.

sioner Green, and carried, a Quit Claim Deed from Walter R. Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commis-

Will to Clay County for road right of way was accepted: re: sioner Green, and carried, the Board adjourned to meet againin

Part of Block 58 of Lawrence Development Company Subdi- regular session on the second Monday in July, that being the

vision as recorded in Plat Book 2 Page 18. 8th day of July, 1963, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. it has been issued a

Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commis-
Luther Wilson, Ohairman
sioner Green, and carried, to accept a re-plat of Little Lake
Geneva Subdivision to correct error of original plat of this subdivision Attest:

as presented fcy Mr. Clyde Simpson and Mr. Joe George L. Carlisle, Clerk I Contract of Insurance ,;


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or has already paid-for; .a" house, .after qualifying through, FHA.

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also known as CHANCERY that Loren Tucker the holder CHANCERY LYNDA' SALLERS

JEANNETTE M. STARRICHPlaintiff NO. 3614 of the following certificates NO. 3656DIVISION ) Plaintiffvs.

SOUTH BROOKLYN SAVINGS has filed said certificatesfor : .

vs. BANK a corporation a tax deed to be issued MINNIE S. GURR JAMES SALLERS

AIR CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS JOHN AUGUST STARISTCH Plaintiff, thereon. The certificate num- Plaintiff.vs. Dewendant

also known as v. bers and years of issuance the NOTICE OF SUIT


APTS. FOR RENT assessed follows ;
&; JOHNSON Defendants. are as :

&; Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: STRICKLAND if alive FIED that a suit has been filed
PHONE 234-3605 TO: Glendora J. Kimes. Description of Property Lot
(next to bus station)
EE-ZY TRAILERS JOHN AUGUST STARISTCHalso Residence Unknown A BDc. 102 Except Parts Re- and the unknown spouse of against you In the above enti-

REFRIGERATIONAND known as JAMES LEONARD STRICK- tled cause and you are hereby
SALES &; SERVICE PIANO SERVICE You. Glendora J. Kimes are corded in Deed Book No. 79
JOHN AUGUST STARRICH LAND. if alive. and. if dead required to serve upon plaintiffs -
page Deed Book 103
OUTBOARD REPAIR hereby notified that page
a complaint -
AIR CONDITIONING RESIDENCE UNKNOWN the unknown spouse. heirs de- attorney whose name and
to 118 O. R. Book 1 page 156 &:
ServIce Hwy. 17' Orange Park GEORGE WEEKS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- a certain O. R. Book 6 page 285. Palmer vises grantees creditors. 01 address appear hereon. your
of the
following des-
Home Phone 284-978O Phone CO 4-9835 PIANO SERVICE FIED that a suit has been filed & Farris Tract. Section 38 other parties claiming by. written defenses if any, to the
against you in the above enti- cribed real property, to wit: through, under or against the bill of complaint in said suit
Business Phone 284-9431 Toning Repairing Lot 2 Block'Meadow Township 6 Range 26E. Name
INSURANCE tled cause and you are hereby in which assessed W. B. Lu said JAMES LEONARD copy of which is delivered to
PHONE 284-3278 required to brook. Unit 2. according to STRICKLAND you herewith on or before July
serve upon plaintiffs cas. Sr. ETAL. ; ALONZO A.STRICKLAND .
Box 5O Hibernia Rt plat recorded thereof In 22. A. D. 1963.
attorney whose name and unmarried
AGIN'SRefrigeration All of said property being in ;
ui Green Core Plat Book 6, Pages 12 and Herein fail not or decree
Springs address appear hereon. your the NADENE STRICKLAND and pro
County Clay State of
f''a ._ 13 of the current ,
: ---- public confesso will be entered against
o- written defenses if any. to the Florida. HETTIE PAYETTE STRICK-

a s P And Air JJATIONWID! REAL ESTATE bill of complaint in said suit records of Clay County. Unless such certificate or LAND. you for the reflief prayed In

6 ConditioningSERVICE copy of which is delivered to Florida. certificates shall be redeemed Defendants the bill of complaint.
and has been filed against you THE NATURE OP SAID
Nlili1llt you hererith. on or before NOTICE OF SUIT
according to law the
} HERMAN E. REED CLARENCE B. LAZETTE and you are hereby required property SUIT BEING DIVORCEI
July 8th A. D. 1963. described in such certificateor THE STATE OP FLORIDA FOR

I Chrysler Airttmp Sales 400 W. Walnut St- Llscensed Broker in Herein fail not or decree to serve a copy of your answeror certificates will be sold to TO ALONZO A. STRICK- hereby certify that a copy

Phone 284-6721 pro confesso will be entered pleading to the complaint LAND Residence: California hereof has been mailed by
Authorized Philco Green Core Springs the highest bidder at the court
Green Core Springs against for the relief on the plaintiffs attorneys. Men's Colony Los California United States Mail postage
Service Since 1937 you pray- house door on the first Mon- Padres.
ELECTRICALAtlas ed in the bill of complaint.THE Marks. Gray, Yates. Conroy &: day in Month of July. 1963. : Mailing address: California prepaid to the defendent, at
Day Ph. 284-3680 Homes Farms Acreage Gibbs 231 East Forsyth Street. i the defendent's place of residence -
284-3492 NATURE OF SAID SUIT which is the 1 day of July 1963 Men's Colony, P. O. Box
Night 11 W. St Ph. BEING Jacksonville Florida and file as stated in the plaintiffs -
Spring 284-4323 FOR DIVORCE Dated this 5 day of June. E. Room 2280 Los Padres. Cali-
8. Palmetto Electric &; Mechanical WITNESS my hand and the the original answer or plead- 1963. fornia; affidavit for constructive

Green Core Springs CompanyWe seal of said Court at Green ing in the Office of the Clerkof SEAL JAMES LEONARD STRICK- service filed herein and in com-

do all type of electrical CAREY'S TRADING POST Cove Springs. Florida, this 6th the Circuit Court in and George L. Carlisle LAND if alive and the unknown pliance with Section 48.13

APPLIANCESJim wiring. WE BUY SELL TRADE day of May A. D. 1963. for Clay County. Florida on or Clerk of Circuit Court of spouse of James Leon- Florida Statutes.

Three locations: GEORGE L. CARLISLE .before the 1st day of July, 1963. Clay County Florida. ard Strickland if alive and if WITNESS my hand and the

Carter Appliance RAY SHIPP Clerk Circuit Court If you fail to do so, judgmentby dead the unknown seal of said Court at Green
S spouse
I June
15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-3280 6, 13, 20, and 27-p
Service Inc. Owner and Manager a 1 By Estillee Ridley- default will be taken against heirs devises grantees creditors Cove Springs. Florida this 19th

A. F. BakerRefrigerationti& Phone 284.9228 Warehouse & antiques old Deputy ClerkT. I you for the relief demanded in or other parties claiming day of June A. D. 1963.
Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave.S LEGAL NOTICE
J. Jennings Jr. the complaint. This notice shall by through under or against GEORGE L. CARLISLE:

Air Conditioning Servicealso > "BIG TOP" tent Blanding James T. Norton be published once each week the said James Leonard Strick- Clerk Circuit Court

all MOBILE HOMES Bird. At Ridgewood Attorney for Plaintiff I for four consecutive weeks in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF land. Residences: UNKNOWN; By Grace M. Carlisle
Major Appliance Repairs Furniture & appliances at Address: the Clay County Crescent. All parties having or claim- Deputy Clerk

Washers Dryers BUY OR TRADE bargain prices 8tfe SealP. I DONE AND ORDERED AT CHANCERYNO.. 3641 ing to have any right title 01 (SEAL)

Phone 284-3542 O. Box 372 Green Cove Springs Clay interest hi the property de- SAM B. WILSON

For Your Used Mobile Home. Green Cove Springs Florida .County. Florida, this 24th day REBECCA ANN ALTMAN, scribed in the Complaint filed Attorney for Plaintiff

PACKAGE STORE Top Dollar Paid. Big Allow- INSTRUCTIONS or SCHOOLS June 6. 13. 20. 27LEGAL of May 1963. Plaintiffvs. in this cause. I 217 Guaranty Life Building
ance on Your Coach to Trade. Jacksonville. Florida
I George L. Carlisle You are hereby notified thata I
Call EV 4-5584 Collect. THOMAS JEFFERSON ALT June 20. 27. July 4, 11
PAUL'SAll JOB SECURITY: Can be yours NOTICEIN Clerk. Circuit Court I suit has been filed against

ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, by preparing now for coming Clay County. Florida MAN, you in the above entitled cause;

BY: Grace M. Carlisle Defendant and that you are hereby required LEGAL NOTICE
Legal nerac.. Inc. Civil Service Examinations.For THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Information Writ Ad- CLAY FLORIDA Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF SUIT to file your answer with the
Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. JESSE : *- COUNTY.
Dnral Oorvty I4a' M. RITTER ranee-P. O. Box 218 Lady In CHANCERYNO. May 30. June 6. 13. 20 .THE STATE OF FLORIDA Clerk of this Court and to servea NOTICE OF APPLICATION
284-9436 TO: Thomas Jefferson Altman FOR TAX DEED
Lake, Florida. 3648 copy thereof upon the plaintiffs -
North ot Osage Park 2.14 tfcI !Residence Unknown
LEGAL I attorneys whose names
Clarence T. Boone. NOTICE I IYOU Sea 194.10 F. S.

JOB security can, be yours ,by Plaintiffvs. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED and address is: WILLIAM C NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

preparing now for coming Civil IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF that a suit has been filed GUTHRIE. JR. and ARTHURT. that Mrs.: N. Lee Talbott-
i3OTUNITY1SIIEHE CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn against you in the above entit- BOONE 102 Florida Title ,
I J[ I Service exams. Send name Vera the holder of the following certificates
BooneDefendant led -
cause and
hereby Jacksonville
address and phone number to CHANCERY you are Building 2, Florida has filed said certificates
,', required to serve plaintiffs not later A. D. -
: NATIONAL TRAINING 'SERVICE NOTICE OF SUIT NO.3649 whose upon then July, 30. for a tax deed to be is-
ANN""'D. KINO. attorney name and 1963. ,
INC. Box A, Clay County THE STATE OP-FLORIDA thereon.
suedl The certificate
Plaintiff address appear hereon, your If you fail ,to do so. decree,
FOR SALE HELP WANTED Crescent Green Core Springs, : numbers _
written defenses if years of issuance
to the
Fla. 2-8-1 Vera Boone vs. any, pro confesso will be entered
bill of complaint in said suit against you for the relief de- the description of the property
FOR SALE 4 bedroom A WATKINS ROUTE in this D-5 Gonzales Gardens and the in which it
names was
house Elsie Street hilltop area Is open for semi-retired WOMEN 18 to 55 PLUS ? ? 1 Columbia. South Carolina Defendant copy of whicn: is delivered to manded in the Complaint.The assessed! follows
you herewith, on or before Jt.. nature of said suit beIng are aa :
Section call 2843860. man or lady. Many semi-retir- DOCTORS and DENTISTS: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- NOTICE OF SUIT y -
Need train be THE STATE OF FLORIDATO 1, A. D. 1963. for partition of the pro- Certificate No. 89
25-tfc ed people earn $50.00 to $100.00per women to to FIED that a suit has been filed -
week depending on time Assistants, Receptionist, Office against you In the above : Herein fail not or decree pro perty in this cause together Year of Issuance June 1, 1969

and Practical ROBERT V. KING confesso will be entered against with an accounting of the Description of Part
FOR SALE: New one owner. 2 devoted to Route. Also hare 1 Management entitled cause and you are Property
bedroom house, 2 miles south. full time Route open. Maybe Home Nursing. Preliminary hereby required to serve uponplaintiffs VP 22 you for the relief prayed in the rents profits etc. therefrom of Blk.' 53 as recorded in Deed

I training given at home in c/o Fleet Post Office bill of complaint. i and that said property be sold Book 64 366 Bordens
Highway 16. Phone (day) 284- you can qualify. For personal your attorney whose name pages
time. information San Francisco. California THE NATURE OF SAID and the proceeds thereof dis- I Oak St. Plat Book 1
For and
address S/D,
3163 or (day or night) 284- interview in your area, writeJ. spare appear hereon page
9768. 5-30 6-6 c H. McGarity. Box 627. Wil- address and phone number to: your written defenses if any YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE. tributed in accordance with: 15.
FIED that suit has been filed WITNESS my hand and the said accounting and the interests Name in
which aassessed
listen, Fla. 6-13 %0, 27-c "Careers P. O. Box 218, Lady to the bill of complaint in said a
FOR SALE: O room house, 30 Lake. Florida. 5-30 6-20-c suit copy of which is deliveredto against you in the above en- seal of said Court at Green of the defendants therein Jeannette Lugo

acres. $8,000. A. T. Crosby'sOld you herewith on or before titled cause and you are hereby Cove Springs Florida this WITNESS my hand and the AH of said property being* In

place. Call 284-3204. FOR RENT MEN-WOMEN 18 to 55 plus? July 15 A. D. 1963. required to serve upon plaintiffs 29th day of May A. D. 1963. seal of said Court at Green the County of Cfciy, State of

6.13 20-c Motel or Resort Management.Men Herein fall not or decree pro attorney whose name and (Seal) Cove Springs Florida this 10th Florida.
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom GEORGE L of A. D. 1963.
CARLISLE day June.
Women or Couples can confesso will be entered againstyou address appear hereon. your Unless such certificate or
FOR SALE; '62 Ford Fairlane house, newly painted inside and make high salary plus apart- for the relief prayed in the written defenses if any, to the Clerk Circuit Court GEORGE L. CARLISLE certificates shall be redeemed

4 door, radio, heater, automatic out, reasonable large yard, appliances ment. Pick your own location bill of complaint.THE bill of complaint in said suit, By Grace M. Carlisle Clerk of the according to law the property

transmission. Excellent condi turnished. Call Penney with ur Placement Assistance. NATURE OF SAID copy of which is delivered to I Deputy ClerK Circuit Court described in sueh certificate or i

tion. 10,000 miles. Financing Farms. 5298211. 20tfe Learn at home in your spare SUIT BEING FOR Divorce. you herewith on or before SAM B. WILSON By Grace M. Carlisle certificates will be sold to tie:

available. Call 284-3145. 6-13 FOR SALE OR RENT: New time. For Personal Interview WITNESS my hand and the July 15th A. D. 1963. I Attorney for Plaintiff Deputy Clerk i highest bidder at the courthouse

FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 bedroom one owner 2 bedroom house, 2 Write--American-P. O. Box seal of said Court at Green Herein fail not or decree pro I Address: June 20. 27. July 4. 11 door on the first Mondayin

mobile home on 2 fenced miles south Highway 16. Phone 218, Lake Lady, Florida. Cove Springs Florida this 10th confesso will be entered againstyou .217 Guaranty Life Building Month of July, 1968, whichis

t acres. Rock well. Located 3128 (day) .284-3103 or (day .or 5-30 6-20-c day of June A. D. 1963. for the relief prayed in the :.Jacksonville, Florida the 1, day of July, 1963.

Peoria Rd., Doctors Inlet. Call night) 284-9768. 5.30 6-6 c GEORGE L. CARLISLE bill of complaint.THE May 30, June 6, 13, & 20-c ; T Dated this 4 day of Jane,
JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, Clerk Circuit Court 1963.

room house at 1912 Beth Drive, WITNESS hand and the
FOR SALE: Two narrow rim I We Will Trade for Your Car, Deputy Clerk my George L. Carlisle
GCS. Nice neighborhood near (SEAL) seal of said Court at Green THE COUNTY JUDGE'S FOR THE BEST in all-round
26" bicycle tires and tubes. Excellent Furniture Diamonds or Any- Clerk of Circuit Court of
condition. Phone 284- elementary schc,I. Also for: thing of Value on a New Mobile Sam B. Wilson Cove Springs. Florida this 11th COURT IN AND FOR CLAY good printing try the CRESCENT Clay County Florida.
sale Shady lot 100 130.!
x day June A. D. 1963.
Home. Attorney PRESS INC.. The price
1 Phone GCS 284-3924. GEORGE L. CARLISLE I June 6, 13, 29, 27 p
FOR SALE: Two boats. Rea ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES 217 Guaranty Life Building C." RE: ESTATE OP is right. .
Clerk .cuit Court
sonable. For .information cal FOR RENT--bedroom block Inc. Jacksonville. Florida Estille H. R. CLARK (SR.),

284-9301 6-20 residence, large yard in Penney. 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. June 13. 20. 27, and July 4-p. By Deputy Clerk Ridley Deceased. BANK NOTES . . bv : :*:con IftM f

Farms. Call GCS 284-9708 EV 4-5584
i (SEAL)
1 FOR SALE 16 ft. boat with 25
: LEGAL :JTOTICK SCRUBY &: YONGE \ Raltte Sirncsvrr :-W-
h. p. electric start motor and FOR RENT: Two 3 room apart- 284-9436 Attorney for Plaintiff an creditors and all per- I 0 1 T0 CotNIO 1 lG.;., JO 9 f 9 A

i trailer. Never been used. Can ments each with private bath. 2-14 tfe NOTICE OF SALE ORANGE FLORIDAJune sons having claims or demands At00FJW / rrMrcA'iD.19RPA1I01'!
PARK. ClHTStRtlt.JGL-enzais UXM.
be seen at Henry Colby's Penney Call 284.6082 or 10 West Center Notice is hereby given that 27 and against said estate. ,LK+t BANKAAhW7MR$260C00: -
pursuant to a final decree of 13. 20. July 4-p rc
Farms or call 529-8181. 6-20 Street. 6.13 foreclosure entered in cause You and each of you. are : FORCAt/51R4Ci.B..
JONES & HALL NURSERYNow numbered 3557 in the Circuit hereby notified and required to
Court of Clay County Florida. I
r Open 7 Days A Week will sell the property situate in present any claims and demand -

; PHOTOS-Pictures appearingin LOST: City hospital Greenville Come Out Browse Around as Clay: County. Florida described LEGAL NOTICE which you or either of I

the CRESCENT may be S. C. pin-At Orange and See Our Stock Lot 31 in the SOUTHWEST tutee is hereby given that the you may have against the I

purchased through THE CRES- Walnut St. June 14. Reward Highway 13 South of New QUARTER (SW%) of the Board of County Commissioners estate of H. R. CLARK A-K-A r
Clay County. Florida, at the
CENT for $1.25. Phone 284- Call 284.6611 between 8 ajn. Bridge, turn right at Collecore (SEA) of Section 8. Township request it the Assessor of Taxes HENRY RALPH CLARK! and
6 South. Range 28 East lias extet'ded the time for the
3166. !and 5 p.m. Store follow signs. Clay County. Florida completing the Tax Rolls 'HENRY R. CLARK deceased -

at public sale to the highest and from the .'rst onday in July to late of Clay x
best bidder for cash. at the the Second Monday in July that
1111 I 1 I 1 I I IM'iM"l' I MIAREA north front door of the Clay being the 9 i day of July. 1SC3. County. Florida, to the Honor-
County Courthouse in Green At eleven/o'clock um.. on that able
Thomas J.
Rivers. County
B'usiNEs Cove Springs Florida, between date the.'Joard will -meet AS a
I DIRECTORYFURNITURE 11:99 1. A. a-m.D. 1963.and 2:90 p.m. on July Board of or'bearing Equalization.complaints the purpose if- Judge of Clay County Florida : [ si ?

. . . . . . . . . . Court any th 're be and receiving testimony within six months from the
.. .-L..L..L.'u'. ... __.__._ .. .. . . . ( Seal) BANK COMSUWm CRSVT C BO
. . . . . . . .,-.---.---.--.-.-- -.-.--.---.-. .- . T. ."TY"'i7''" GEORGE L. CARLISLE nroperty AS as to fixed the value and assessedby of any date of the first publication of a

Clerk vCoanty Assessor of Taxesor this notice. a
DRUGGISTSEASTERUNG I Ot-FICE EQUIPMENT By: Grace M. Carlisle ( tae year 19C3. --
Deputy Clerk Commissioners.Board Each claim or demand must
June 20. un
Am BASE FURNITURE CO of County be in writing and must state I
Clay County. FloridaBy I .
Fine FurnitureCarpeting PHARMACY AMERICAN : Luther Wilson the place of residence and post

AppHancce OFFICE SUPPLY CO. LEGAL HOTICB George Chairman L. Carlisle office address of the claimantand :

Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Clerk must be sworn to by the
5003 Roosevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner I will not be responsible for June 29. 31. 19C3.LEGAL :4
claimant his agent or his attorney -
Jacksonville EV 7-4811 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists in any bills or debts or purchasesby NOTICEI or it will become void

TRAILERS anyone except myself, now according to law.
Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equip-
or in the future. win not be responsible for Dated May 16th. 1963. PBOM AMBOX HB*JESSES

Pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries ment Arthur William Cnshman .. any bills or debts or purchasesby -Jeanette A. Clark )a P9iOYrsN6i'6eW'ANSADs
Air Stream for Travel RTtowlim: COUCGE o __
Used Trailers-Bank financial Complete Line of Greeting Instructor Staff anyone except myself, now As Eveutrix of the CMtOt SUCCESS If P0OSTTNSFfr slr. ,_

6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 20M Blinding B1T& Cards U. S. Coast Guard or in the atare. Estate of H.R. Clark Sr.. Of WBR CAKMMSfi PU* '

ICV 8-83'1. Jacksonville I BT ..-.?I& 2655-57 Park St. Jacksonvflk, June 7. 14, 21, 23 Jane 20. 27. July .4, A 11 June 6. 13. 20. 27 *

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