The Clay County crescent
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 Material Information
Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 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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t S&H Heiress Buys Health Standards Improvedin

Promised On
I 1 I Ruling

1741-Acre Clay Tract County in Past 10 YearsTen

I A 1741-acre tract of land,, an investment by her son, Wal- years ago there was only ed a marked decrease.In .

formerly known as Brenan ter Beinecke. Jr., who is now in one swimming pool in Clay 1952 71 babies were Legal Obstacle Course

Field in the northwest corner Europe. County that met State Boardof delivered at home. In
of the has been Mrs. Beinecke said she did
County, pur- Health Standards. In 1962 1962 only four home deliverieswere

chased for approximately not believe there were any four pools were approved and recorded. Visits to doctors The way may be cleared at 1:30 o'clock this afternoonfor

$600,000 by Mrs. Walter Bein- plans for development of the installed. This is only one of in clinics had increased two- the City's purchase of the Naval base at Green Cove.
ecke of New York in the future. To Rule On Base Purchase. Today f fi
City. property near the many improvements in fold while visits by nurses tc fI
Mrs. Beinecke, a daughter of The tract, a small part of sanitation and hygiene citedin patients tripled. Post hos- ft t fI I At a hearing on two motions last Thursday afternoon, both

i the founder of the Sperry & ,which is located in Duval County the recently published reportof pital care went from zero in of which he denied Circuit Judge John M. McNatt indicatedhe
Hutchinson the i used during World Warn I would make final ruling today several motions seekingto
Company, na was the Clay County Health '52 to 155 in '62. A patient-paid a on
tion's oldest and largest and as an auxiliary military Department for 1962. low-cost maternity care plan I. block purchase of the base by the City.

oldest (1896) trading stamp landing field. Mrs Beinecke !,, Septic tanks installed in- accounts for the mar k ed. However, in view of the strong possibility that one or

company, told The Crescent purchased it from the Land I creased from 68 to 106. Approved changes in maternity care. The!I more of the suits now pending against the City will be appealed. -

this week that the property Corp. of Florida, of Miami. public water systems show- maternal death rate for the I Berwick Anderson, attorney for the City, will institute legal

has been purchased for her as I ed an increase of four in the past ten years stands at zero. proceedings on Monday looking to the validation of $775,000of

I ten year period. revenue certificates. It is hoped that a decree in these pro-

New Rotary President Greets Protege Dairy farms under supervi- made Improvements and increased have shown also been in : ceedings may be forthcoming within a month. If the three

I mA n, sion increased from four to I the number of children receiv- litigants should then take the case to the Florida Supreme

: seven and milk samples collected 'ing care. This includes both Court it might delay resolution of the issues until fall.

from 41 in 1952 to 134 last pre-school and school age chil- Last Thursday, Judge McNatt granted attorneys for

year. Visits to the farms rose dren. :'::-.::< three plaintiffs who are trying to block the City's purchase of

from 27 in 1952 to 82 last year. 4I .. ..::.:..'::' the base the right to file an amended complaint charging the

Immunizations showeda Visits to chronically ill pa- .+....:.:..... City intends to use the property in an illegal manner by leas-
"r last
tients have grown over .
;, marked increase. Polio .
7 .. :.'r: ing the facilities to private enterprise.
In showed the increase 10 years with visits to victimsof .
T greatest .I ..
;r ; rS while typhoid decreased heart disease showing the ''.':: Lacy :Mahon Jr.. prominent Jacksonville attorney whois
greatest increase. .: representing Frank Canova of Green Cove; Rex Smith, of
considerably. This decrease is
While the population in Clay .::.i'; St. Johns County; and Edward Wiggins, of Keystone, told the
because less stress is placedon
typhoid due to the improve- County has increased, the birthrate court he had learned of the City's plan from an article in the
from Jacksonville Times-Union. Acting City Manager Ben Zell-
ment in sanitary conditions.In has not. It has gone
35.3 per thousand in 1952 tc ner was quoted as saying last week that a Texas-based corporation -
control of communicable
25.1 in 1952. The death rate t ./ had withdrawn its interest in the industrial develop-
diseases, x-rays to detect tuberculosis -
increased from had decreased slightly with infant ment of the base because of uncertainty as to its disposal.Mr. .

\ v Yr 2,514 in 1952 to 3,260 last year. deaths showing the great- Mahon raised the question as to whether, in an
I Suspected cases decreased from est decrease. :',: earlier complaint filed'by him and dismissed by Circuit Judge

31 to 11 and patients hospitalized In leading causes of death W A. Stanly, Judge Stanly had specifically ruled the enablingact

from six to two. There heart disease heads the list I unconstitutional in spite of the fact the case was
r! ,
were two deaths caused by tu- while tuberculosis caused none 7 II dismissed.

; berculosis in 1952 and none in last year. Cancer-caused deaths I Judge McNatt said he would, with full permission of

Joseph L. Mincher, who was installed Monday as pre- 1962. Venereal diseases show-I also increased. attorneys representing both sides, ask Judge Stanly whetheror
sident of the Green Cove Rotary Club, congratulates Keither not his dismissal constituted an implicit decision that the

Wheeler, whom the club sponsored this year as a studtnt at act was, in fact, constitutional. The Judge said without such

St. Johns River Junior College. In a brief expression of Fish Cut Bait I permission he would have to interpret Judge Stanlys deCision -
{ thanks for he club's interest in his education, young Wheeler i or : t:. I Ii himself.

who achieved a IJ avtrage during the year, said that .St j J i Berwick Anderson, representing the City, readily gave

Johns expected to matriculate approximately 1,000 studentsin (An Editorial) 1 1n I such permission. Mr. Mahon hedged on saying yes or no. He
the fall. It is the first time the Green Cove Rotary has : JUDGE JOHN M. McNATT
Governor Bryant should withdraw the State's offer told the Court he would prefer that Judge McNatt decide the

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Other officers installed
sponsored a County youngster at college. I on the federal property at Green Cove, or quickly question (of asking Judge Stanly) himself. .

by Rotary for the coming year include Rex Smith as : top the City's offer and send in that mystery company I Judge McNatt subsequently ruled that Judge Stanly
Nine County 4-H Girls To Tallahasseegirls
and Brown treasurer.
secretary Homer as i i that is going to employ 500 persons. I would not have dismissed the suit challenging the constitu-

... ... .This, it would appear. is_ the only sure _and quick :, represented Clay ed Carroll Baker, of Lake Gen I tionality of the case .if he had thought the act was unconstitutional -

VA A 1l011llCes"Pel1$ oll- Increase -t way of calling a halt to-the legal travesty that-is:being countr-at the State 'Girls' 4-H eva; Janis Eschnkv BanrUeGib-*. ;
enacted, week after week, in all the courts available.Of '
short course held last week at son, Carol Spearman, and Nan- During' the hearing, the City showed that it &d pass-
All children and dependent I Officer in Charge, VA Office \ the three plaintiffs in the spraygun legal antics Florida State University.The cy and Kathy Knowles, all of. ed an ordinance authorizing purchase of the base: Mr..Mahon

parents of deceased veterans!1 'Jacksonville, Fla* explained only one even lives in Green Cove and not a single one 48th annual sessions hadas Green Cove; and Pattie .Kem- again raised the: question of whether or not Green Cove had
will receive an increase 'There is no need to write the of the three depends upon the economic condition of the .
ofI I i their theme: 4-H Builds per, of Orange Park. the right to borrow interim funds until revenue certificatescan
about 10 percent in their VA.A City for a substantial source of income. I on Our American Heritage I be validated and issued. Judge McNatt ruled that the

monthly dependency and indemnity child, now receiving $7C The pattern of the whole dismal affair begins to Representatives heard Florida $75,000 already borrowed from the Florida National Bankas

compensation pay- per month, will receive $77 per i look like the construction of a spite fence an endless Secretary of State Tom AdamsDr. I EPISCOPAL.SERVICES. a down payment for -the base was entirely proper.At .
i month under the law wall of litigation that is withholding fron\ Green Cove's
ments as the results of a law new
G. W. Blackwell. presidentof There be no eight one point in the proceedings, Mr. Mahon told Judge
1 people and merchants the promise they have so long
enacted by the 88th Congressand Gannon pointed out. FSU, and Mrs. Myron Blee, o'clock services: at St. McNatt that he knew he. the Judge, had studied carefully all

signed by the President Two children, currently receiving awaited.Thus president of the Florida PTA. I Mary's Espiscpal Church the complaints."You .
1 far the attorneys for the plaintiffs have been
the Veterans Administration dependency and indem- the Girls' In Green Cove due to the "
During the week I don't know any such thing, quipped Judge Mc-
: able to achieve only a holding action. Contrary to what
nity compensation
announced today. State 4-H Council was in ses- illness of the Rev. Rob- Natt.
they or their clients may say, they represent no substan-
amounting to $100 month
The increased payments wit ; per I sion. County representatives ert Sudlow. rector of St.
j In two motions now pending in the Circuit Court, bothof
1 will receive $110 equally divid- tail body of public opinion in Green Cove, there have
be ;,automatic, and will be included serving on the Council were Mary's.
which will: presumably, be disposed of today, the plaintiffsare
been no uprisings in the City against the City's proposed
ed between
them under the
in the July checks mail Patricia. Wells, of Green Cove Calvin Wilcox will
I attacking the City's proposed purchase of the base from,
law.Three. purchase of the property; the city hall has not been
ed to reach beneficiaries about sacked. president of the Council; and serve as lay reader for the two divergent points of view. A third point of view, the en-

August I, 1963 B. J. Gannon I children, receiving Marry Poppell, of Orange Park 10:45 o'clock service, until abling act's constitutionality, has been appealed and has not
$130 per month will receive Outside influences have been drawn into the affair
1 Classes each day ranged IE further notice. been heard. The amended complaint, based on Mr. McNatt'sreading
$143 per month equally divid- when they should have been minding their own knitting.No .
I subject matter from 4-H is of The Times-Union, will be a fourth viewpoint.
SCHOOL BOARD e between them.If one will deny that if the City buys the base it
News" to "Glamour in the Kitchen" -
there are more than three will be confronted with a task far greater in magnitudethan
and Civil
MAKES CHANGESAt I I children, each additional child it has ever faced before. The interest on the money Defense.and" "Safety Miss Clay County Sarasota Bound

a special meeting of the I now receiving $25 a month j and the upkeep on the property will be, relatively, a Highlights of the trip were

School Board Tuesday night it will the receive law.$28 a month under tremendous The City burden.has arranged to raise the purchase money; visits to the State supreme .". .',.'.y"..,..,....>...'..,,..OS."..;.. ... '..U.ui ,. .

was Park voted Junior that- Senior the Orange High In new the case of dependent i if it handles the base properly it can be a great asset I court then and the in session.legislature which I"u':: ;:-i: ;. t.X'. ., ;' .-A "f; II. :
was .
School will have one admini- parents living together with an : in Green Cove's growth. ? '..'v .A' lit yr47flhI_
The County group was ac- }: ;
I ,
strative head with an assisI annual income of less thar. : But two or three men want the "patronage" and I companied by Mrs. Gladys ,'rI

tant' principal whose main duties $1,000. their present payment : the power that will, it must be assumed accrue to themif Phillips, adult leader; and San- .1 y'
the state buys the base and the result is that todaywe ..( .
will be to oversee the Junior j of $50 each will be increased tc : dra L. Reese, assistant County : .Y ..

high school as much as possible. $55 each under the new law. suits.have not industry at the base; we have a volley of law home demonstration agent. t j.W"Y::? .. .. '. 4 v, /

There will also be a separate Other girls who went includ- J __
Governor Bryant should withdraw the State'soffer :?:,;--:; ..' .,
office for the assistant prin-
COUNTY SALES or quickly top the offer of Green Cove and "
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cipal and he will also be inI :::: : '{." .
0UPTREND send in a team of outside experts who can fill it with STETSON UNIVERSITY I'u: ..-.. .
charge of the cafeteria and attendance -
industry. Not with prison not part of it : ;:: K .f.
reports. Sale and gasoline tax col- a camp; even a RECEIVES FORD GRANT .

lections in the County last with a prison camp. I Stetson University will receive t.

month showed substantial Industry, payrolls, progress are what is required, a one and a half million : .Y' .
and quickly. The Crescent has no axes to grind beyondits I. h,.. .
COUNTY Foundation .
2 STUDENTSMAKE I 1 gains over April levels and dollar Ford grant ',. '
own growth. The Crescent does not care who controlsthe ; .
FSU DEANS LIST I even greater gains over thoseof I according to Stetson PresidentJ.
II I May 1962 according to Ray i base providing always those who control it locallyare Ollie Edmunds. j q
Marcella F. Knowles of I honest. A few brains would not hurt.
E. Green, State Comproller. Stetson was the only insti-
Green Cove and Charles Ray
i Meanwhile Representative tution in the South selected _
Maxwell of Keystone were on
S. D. Saunders announced that!' with 12 other colleges in the
the Dean's List at Florida i
i the addition of another three I II t! nation to receive the Founda
State University for the second I
cents to the cigarette tax will : tion's "Special Program ir _
trimester.To i I _
i Summer Band ScheduleSummer
I bring an estimated additional ) Education" grants.
make the Dean's List students -!,I $35,000 annually to the Coun i Stetson University may use

must have carried 12 or I ty's four municipalities. rehearsals for the Green Cove high school the funds at its own discretion y r '

more trimester hours of work County sales tax collection in support of the institu
II I band began last week and will continue for eight weeks. U
and in most divisions last month totaled more than I! tion's overall academic devel-
Mrs. Lou Nell Medley, band director asks all band mem ,
must have made .y
$17,000 up from $15,800 In i opment. To be eligible for: the
a grade average of 3. (B) 01., l' bers and prospective band members to attend as many Is .
April and from $$14.500 May grant the University required ;
higher. Students in the College -I I! 1962. !| of the rehearsals as possible. This win prevent startingall to raise a total of $3 /f/ii: F' '; S.I ir I
in the faILRehearsal !
of Arts and Sciences have in' over 4'
Gasoline tax collections million in matching funds-twc '

to make an average of 3.25 and i! the County last month were f] times are as follows: dollars for each grant dollar- 'j'f;..< J A

those in the School of Nursing approximately $38,750 up from I over a three-year period. *; :-.

3.5.IiEYSTONE. $37.984 the month before and I Mon. 9:00 Beginners Edmunds was advised by the .

from approximately $35,000 in 2:00 Senior Band Brass Only Foundation that the University Z; .:.. !'i'
I .
May 1962.Estimated. will receive an immediate checkof .
1 Tues. 9:00 Senior Marching Band and or Concert i-
annual revenue $450.000 as first installment
MAN ... : ;
gains for the County's four I Wed 9:00 Beginners of the grant. /' <. :. .
,. ': *
municipalities deriving from Ford Foundation grants arc a
I 11:00 Intermediate Cre.ee.t ".t. .T 'GeM'K....
the new cigarette tax. accord- being made "to advance the
Richard Murrhee of Keystone ing to Mr. Saunders will show 2:00 Senior Band Woodwinds Only development of selected private Sandra Stomp, Miss Clay County waved goodbye; as the boarded the train last Saturday -

Heights is a patient in the following rises: Than. 9:00 Intermediate universities and colleges as national morning for Sarasota where she will represent Clay County la the Miss Florida

the Bradford Memorial Hospital Current Est. 2:00 Senior Marching Band and or Concert and regional centers of contest Mrs. Gother Martin accompanied her and will act as her chapexcne, for the contest.

in: Starke with a back injury Green Cove $31235 $49.976 FrL 9:00 Beginners higher educational OTrPt1P1V".P." week. Among. ose who bid.Miss Stump bon 'voyage were the Hon. Luther E. Wilson -ebaIman *
which he sustained in a fall Keystone Hts. 10,886 17,417 James W. Armsey; director ol '
Orange Park 14,181 22,689 9:00 Senior Band Drums Only the Special Program Education County Board of Commissioners Majcr Ed Taylor, Green C ye'P.rinJs, David,.Tal-"

last Sunday. I I Penney Farms 904 1.446 said. bot John McKlnley and Bandy Branson of the GCS Jaycees.

.-PAGE* TWO (May( dounty 'ffltcsceut



I (Stay (Etmntti Crescent I MH C & NOTICE DESCRIPTION A lot 57 ft. by OF 140 PROPERTY ft- facing NAME AMOUNT

4 57 ft.on Wall St. being apartof
Block 1. Berrians B/cJ NE t.
of Lot 1. Block 28. North Suburbs .

"We are fighting by ourselves alone; but we are not PenneyReporter FarmsD. page ,523.as and rec. Deed In OR Book No. 99 3.. "4.- ..... .'
Notice Is hereby given that on .the Sad day of July, 196. at
i fl&'htlnfor ourselves alone we await undismayed the impending Green Cove Springs. County of Clay. State of Florida tax sale page 119 WilHe>Ma. ..Gandy /...... 19.15
assault. We must show ourselves equally capable of certificates will be sold *n the following described land to pay A tract of land extending 140 Y /-t
: MRS. HERBERTThe MYERS, Phone 529-8131 ft. on Lemon St. northerly on *. .
the amount due for taxes here inset opposite the same together *
meeting sudden violent shock or what is perhaps a harder with all costs of such sale and all advertising. Wall St. and on Wall St. 70 -4' .: it
shade tree at Cole's Cor- ft. west from Lemon St. being
test a prolonged vigil But be the ordeal sharp or long, or Prom The Benevolent Visitor DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY NAME AMOUNT a part of Block 1. Berrtans

both, we shall seek no terms we shall tolerate no parley; we ner will be available again foi of the Florida Christian Home East 1of b. 97 Palmer & Fer- SID of Lot 1, Block 28. North
Fourth of July picnic parties Jacksonville. "On ris Tract except Parts to Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book
April 24th
may show mercy we shall ask for none. Church. Rec. in D B 63 P. 51 Ernest Tippins ........ S 4.74 43. page 71 John and tha.Jones 11.83
Winston S. Churchill This year people are asked tc Mrs. Edna V. Edwards widowof Lot 7. Scottin's replat of west East 80 ft. of Block 1. Lot 1. : r

orangize their own groups oi the late William H. Edwards, 2 13 of b. 97, Palmer & Ferris Block 28. Berrians S/C. North
I 14 July 1940 Tract Plat Book 4. P. 50 Franklyn Rosenbnsh .... 18.55 Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book
six or more. Bring your own came from the Memorial Home 9. page 30 & 593. except partto
Lot 8. Scotten's Replat of West
FOOD. DRINK TABLE and Community at Penney Farmsto 2/3 of Block 97. Palmer and and Lodge Lot to Lot Allen 29 Muldrow Lot Hattie Mitchell .Heirs .. 5.74

'.- CHAIRS. Everyone is invitedA live at The Florida Chris- Ferris Tract B. 4 P. 50 Frankljrn Rosenbush .... 5.74 Lot 8 Block 2 of Lot 1.

program will follow the meal. tian Home. The Edwards were Westerly 101 Palmer Part &of Ferris Lot J. Tract Block S/D Block 28 North Berrians'e Jones .... 3.75
: ottikkcr missionaries in the Congo foi As rec. in OR. 45, P. 380 Chas. Widner ............ 21.70 Lot rians 10. S/D.Block Block 2. of 23 Lot North 1 Ber-Su-

, The Rev. C. H. Coker has 37 years. They were ship- Part& Ferris of Lot Tract B, BL., as 103.Rec.Palmer in OR burbs Willie Coleman ....... 10.15

by DUNCAN GRONER received a report on the annual wrecked on their way to the 55 Page 301 Harvey Hears ............. 18.55 Lots 1 &;; 3. Block 3 of Lot 2.
Berrians S/D. Block 28 North

Some syndicated newspaper columnist whose name, Coker family reunion, held this Congo during the Second Lot of 1.Lot Block C, Block 3. a SID 103, of Palmer part Suburbs Armetta Adams .. ...... 9.31

bells in belfry went overboard last week and I year on June 16th in the Exe- World War once on the Athen- & Ferris Tract Pauline Andreson ........ 3.75 Lot 2. Block 3 of Lot?. Berrians
rings no my i SID of Block 28. North Sub. Edward Willams ....... 13.15
cutive Mansion. Topeka. Kans. ia, and once on the Zam Zam Lot 2. Block 3, a SID of part
ill I
88 is
that Herbert Hoover now Lot
wrote: "The news comes of Lot C, Block 103 Palmer & 4, Block 4 of Lot 1. Block
; and it sends a shiver of apprehension through people." Nearly 100 descendants of the Mrs. Edwards was born in Day- Ferris Olina Andreson Heirs .... 10.15 28. North Suburbs Nola Herring 9......... 4.74

What people? late Solomon Coker (18301928) ton, Ohio in 1877 coming from Part of Lot C, Block 104. as Lot 6. Block 4. Berrians S/D
of Lots 1 & 2. Block 28. North
rec. in :D B 102. P. Palmer
I Mr. Hoover has in his 88 years had wealth and power were in attendance. Mrs. the Winter Haven church tc & Ferris Tract 318 Jofon' P. Dewoody....... 11.73 Suburbs Daisy Lee Davis ..,..... 12.55

Governor John Anderson Jr. live at the F. C. H. We extenda Part Part of Block 28. North Suburbsas
and honors bestowed him and it is not impossible that of Lot H. Block 105. Paler -
on ;
rec. in OR 37. page 77 Eloise Hunter........... 10.15
V &
history will judge him one of the two of three worst president is a great-granddaughter oi most cordial welcome to an- in OR 44 Ferris. P. 426 Tract as rec. Jack B. Ward ............ 21.70 A lot 85 X 100 ft. in North Cen-

with which the United States was ever afflicted. Solomon Coker and a cousinof other retired missionary. Tc Part of Lot C. Block 108, Palmer tral part of lot 3. Block 28.

When I was in prep school roughly 1.000 years ago the Rev. C. H. Coker. Fox you who help provide her a D B &109 Ferris P. 416 Tract as rec. James & Phyliss Crews .. 18.55 70.North page Suburbs 481 as Rec. in DB Nola Herring ........... 4.74

one of my classmates was a nephew of President Hoover. This the past 23 years. Mr. Cokei home many thanks." Part of Lot C. Block. 10$, Pal- A lot 25 X 111 ft. in NW partof

his holidays at of the Memorial Home Com- mer & Ferris Tract, as rec. lot 3. Block 28 North
who was and is my friend spent
, young man. Suburbs as rec. in Deed
in DB
munity has served as historianand The Rev. and Mrs. T. R 109. P. 418 Eldon J. & Annie Robinson 18.55 Book 7 page 338, less part to
the White House and nearly weekend a White House ,
every Part of Lot C. Block 106. Pal- I I wiles Nola Herring .......... 4.74
, t limousine would arrive to transport him for the weekend to genealogist of the family Runyan are well on their way mer & Ferris Tract as rec. DB Part of lot 3. Block 28 North

Washington. On several occasions I was the beneficiary of Solomon Coker. a wagon trair to California by this time but 99, P 428 except part rec. in Suburbs, as rec. in Deed Book
DB 109. P 406 & 418 Elsie Shedd ............ 7.74 58 Page 421 Hlnora & Jimmie Bennett C.74
Mr. and Mrs. Hoover's hospitality.I boss in the 1850's from Kan- in Lexington Kentucky they Lots 8. 9, 10, 18, 19. 20. Block 2
Part of lojt 3, Block 21, North
President to be the of personality sas City. :Missouri, to Santa suffered a slight mishap. Driv- Eldorado Heights as rec. in
found the
a Suburbs,
possessor DB 11 p. as rec. in OR No. 48.
308. Palmer & Fer- Arthur Brown .......... 15.19
about as vivid as that of an unused toothbrush. One morn- Fe New Mexico later settledin ing on the college campus astudent's ris ract The Palms Broadcasting page 245

Johnson County. Kansas car collided with Corp. .................... 31.67 Part of Lot 3. Block 28. North
I him.
ing in the upstairs hall of the White House passed Part of Lot F. Block 107, Palmer Suburbs bound on North
"Shoe needs tying." he said to me. Not "Good morning"or : where he engaged In mercan- their's. By one of those queei & Ferris Tract being the- by Ed Albert Lot East by

i "go to blazes" but "shoe needs tying." As I recall it. Mr. tile business for many years and unfortunate turns ol East 238 Ft. of the East 923 :Major. South by Johnson. West
ft. of the North 141% ft. by Washington Lane, as tee Hattie Major ........... 5.11
Hoover's father had been the village blacksmith in West The Solomon Coker family has events Mrs. Runyan suffered: as rec. in Or. 26, P 486 Robert Foster ............ 26.95 In DB 11. page 191

i Branch, Iowa which may have accounted for his unusual interest the distinction of being the more than the car! Bruises I Part of Lot F, Block 107. Palmer Part of lot 3. Block 28. North
Suburbs in Deed Book
& Ferris Tract as Rec. in DB as rec. Austin ............ 10.1S
in my bootery. only family to have held a reunion and some pain made it advisable 29, P. 305 Ellis & Annie Hardee .... 26.95 95. page 44. Berrlan's SID Allen

I Several years later on the eve of the 1932 Presidential in both the old Kansas for her to be interned in a Lot 3, Flamingo Four S/D of Part of Lot 7. Block 29. North

f election Oliver Wendell Holmes finally quit the United States Executive Mansion (1961) and I local hospital. No fractures PB Part 5.of P.Palmer 37 & Ferris Tract Suburbs 46, page, as 376 rec. In Deed Book Willie Mae Freeman... 2.75

.......... 21.91
Supreme Court at the age of 91. Soon after Justice Holmes' the new Executive Mansion were discovered but ligaments East % of Lot W East of A C L Jimmy Harper Lots 1. 2. 3. & 4. 5 ID of lot C

retirement late one afternoon Mr. Hoover summoned my (1963). j! and muscles were painfully Ry.Palmer as &rec.Ferris in Or.Tract.14, P. 379 SuburbsEasterly of Lot 6. Block 29. North Ida N. Cooper ......... '.13

bruised. Four hospital days deprived David & Evelyn Knight. 18.55 90 ft. of Part of lot
father to the White House. The next morning the President A. Lot West of A C L Ry. and
1'I 8. Block 29. North Suburbs. Naomi Smith. ET Al .. 2.47
Mrs. Runyan of the joy North of Center St.
would send father's nomination to succeed Justice as rec.
said he my Mrs. George P. Howard has in DB as rec. In OR No. 25, page 403
54. P.
310. Palmer &
I Holmes to the Senate. Alas it never came off, for between returned from her three weeks I!['I of participating in her class Ferris Tract. Bob Weaver ............. 6.79 Part of ILot 8. Block 29 North

dinner time that night and noon the next morning WilliamE. in Miami greatly improved in',I reunion and attending the alumni Part of Palmer & Ferris Tract Suburbs 443 and as Deed rec.Book in DB K.47, page
as rec. in DB 84. P 56 ...... 5.t5! page Dorothy Mitchell ........ 15.19
i In of the Mae Thomas
banquet. spite Daisy 642Part
Borah got to Mr. Hoover and warned him if he wanted to health. Baby-sitting with one
I I r Lot 14 and 15, Dewltt's STD J. P. & Geneva Revels .... 13.7:
company of one crutch and of lot 8, Block 29. North
New York in the upcoming Presidential election he would of her great-grandsons was a
carry Lot 22. Dewitfs. SID
Arvilla Aldridge .......... 10.15 Suburbs, as rec. In OR No.
have to carry New York. For that Mr. Borah told Hoover wonderful tonic. She and Mr I considerable stiffness in waging Part of Lot 23, Dewitt's 8/D. 51. page 20 Dave &. Zola Johnson .. .. 11.73

they decided to continue as rec. in OR No. 26 page 236 Battle ............ 6-74 West 72 ft. of West % of Lot
he would need New York's powerful Jewish vote. Next day. Howard are spending a few Louise 10. Block 29, North Suburbs Ed Bartley............ 10.15

the President sent to the Senate the name of Benjamin N. days at St. Augustine Beach I their trip. A recent letter from Lot SRD.1. Block Idlewlld 16,Park Less part to Mrs. James W. Ott ...... 5-74 Lot 1. S/D of lot 12. Block 29

Cardozo. Justice Cardozo was. by any standards a great judge enjoying the sea breezes and I' them says: "It could not have Lot 3. B. 28. Idlewild Park Teves W. Dale .......... H.7i No.North 3. page Suburbs 515 as rec. In OR Willie Coleman. Sr. ...... 11.71

though he represented the President's political view point in getting some relief from the: been much hotter in Florida All Block 42, Idlewlld Park James E. Padgett ...... 8.47 Lot 2. SID of lot 12. Block 29

about the same measure that Barry Goldwater represents trying heat of this energetic ( than it has been In Nebraska Lots Park 5 & 6. Block 47. Idlewlld North Suburbs Annie Small........... 6.79

President Kennedy's. On top of that he lost New York. summer which has just start- during the last three days, or:: Parts of Lots 2 &3. Block 20, James E. Padgett ...... 3.75 I Easterly Lot n,100 Block ftof 2!Lot. North 4 S/D Suburbs of-

I do not for a moment mean to imply that Mr. Hoover's ed. They will go north to visit one of which the thermometer P B Hamilton as rec. DB 90, as rec. In OR No. 39,
climbed to 100 However P. 386 Title Co .... 6.74 page 47S Stokes Peacock........... 10.15
degrees. Cove
place in history or that the measure history will take of him other members of their family
Lots 4, 5, 6. & 7 and North 80 Lot 1. Block 30, North Suburbs Joe Andrews ........... 18.55
will be based on these two very personal opinions.I in July. it is not such a humid:! Ft.
I of lots 3 & 8. Block 31, SE Quarter of Lot 3. Block 30
do venture to say that the two incidents I have recited heat. P B Hamilton SID Mason Lumber Co. ...... 37.66 tc West % of lot 2. Block 30

lack-lustre West 10 ft. of Lot 3, B. 35, all North SUburbs. as rec. la Deed Leo K. Holland .......... 11.83
.4 are symbolic of the man. He was a President who.
reviews lot 4
Group meetings for Block 35. P B Hamilton Book 70, page 489
........,, ._
when be did: anything, usually acted from political motives of the current Mission Study MRS. MARIAN CLARK INGS sir-'. *--' v-+ Part vu O.IVLT T'> Bob Arenburg ......._.. 1l.bSLot' I oIW:: Quarter or Lot *-. Block; av--

him 8, Block 35. P B Hamilton North Suburbs Annie Stewart ......... 2.43
that votes.It .
I' got
no Books being held in the Mrs. Ings 99, formerly oi
are s/
George Deel 51.63 SB uuarter of Lot 3. Block 30
1s, indeed hard to guess why the Republican party Quadrangle Breezeway wit Penney Farms Florida died ir Lot 10, Bleck 33, P B Hamilton North 5uburbs" Delser & Wilford Davis .. 21.91

ever nominated Herbert Hoover for the Presidency. Were they excellent attendance. The Rev Nutley. N. J. Mrs..Marian Cork .SFD., Guy.Dyal ... ILlS NE Quarter of Lot 3. Block. 30 ;'. ,' 1 ,
JSast ... North Donsella S. Stevens.. ... 2.75
% Lot Suburbs
of 5. Block 7, Green 1T 1" ,
so shook ;up. as the saying goes by Mr. Coolidge's "I do hot Mr. Kortelin introduced the Ings 99. of 304 Hillside Avenue, Cove Springs E. F. Anderson Heirs .... 68.95 Part of the NE Quarter of Lot .

choose tp rjin" they did not know where else to turn? current text CHRISTIAN IS- Nutley N. J., who would have Lot 2. Block 18, Green Cove .. 30. North Suburbs as rec. inDeed

Hoover had made a large fortune as a mining engineer. SUES IN SOUTHERN ASIA been 100 years old on October Springs Bwcholta 295 Book 29. page 265 Mar Williams .......... .. 2.47
Lot 4. Block 28. Green Cove Harry Part of Lot 4. Block 30. North
earned himself the reputation of a great humanitarian when by P. D. Devanandan. Each 16th died: June 13th in the Springs Suburbs as tee in OR No. 22,

he took over the job of feeding the Belgians after the First week different leaders for the Hazelcrest Nursing Home Lots, 1 Se 2, Block 29. Green J* P. Revels ......._...... 5L63 page 585 Helen Williams .......... 10.15

World War. When he was nominated he had served as Secretary devotional services and mission Bloomfield. N. J., of pneu- Cove 5prlngs' James D. Butler 26.95A. Part of Lot 5. Block 30, North
L. 68 ft. in the NW :suburbs as in rec. in OR No
of Commerce. His tenure in that office was notable in themes are arranged for by the monia. She became ill on May Lot 1. Block 30. Green cornerof Cove 25. page 253 Edward J. McQueen ..... 21.70

that he standardized all the nuts screws and bolts in the nation. Books Chairman Mrs i I Springs, as tee in O R 19. Part of Lot 7. Block 30. North
Study P. 336 Suburbs as rec. in Deed Book
The tragedy of the Hoover era is that the Republican H. L. Rust. During the monthof last member of a family West Half of Lot 4. Block. 33 William & Juanita Glover 26.95 44. page 46 Mamie Lee Forrest ... .. 3.7S

party had within its own ranks men of great ability: Charles July, the Study Books wiT: of five sisters and a brother Green Cove Springs Thomas E & Jennie Wagoner Part of Lot 7, Block 30, North

Evans Hughes who had been defeated in 1916 by the very Mrs. Ings had been active ir .............. .... ....... 51.63 Suburbs as rec. In Deed Beok
deal with a Home Missior Lots 2 & 3. Block 38, Green 44, page 48 Johnnie Knox ........... 3.75

narrowest of margins and largely because he had offendedthe theme. Everyone invited tc church temperance, and civic Cove Springs Jessie & Lerna Parker 35.35 Part of Lot 1, Block 30. North

arrogant California senator. Hiram Johnson; Henry L. work. She was the widow of West 97 ft. of Lot 2. Block 43 Suburbs as rec. In Deed Book
all of the meeting
any or 38. 273 Annie Stewart 3.75
as rec. OR 23 page
Stimson Owen Roberts who had P. 426 June Harris ............ 43.75
successfully prosecuted the linen
Walter foi
which are held each Wednes- Ings a buyer Lot 3, Block 48. Borden's Oak Part of Lot 7. Wiles S/D Block

Harding crowd; and others.A day from 9 to 10 o'clock} New York department stores St. S/D. Green Cove Springs Estelle Kacsmar ....... 13.51 30 Deed, North Book Suburbs 68. as 18 rec. in Eugene Jr. & Mattie Francis
shiver of apprehension? who died 15 ago. Lot 8. Block 49, Borden's Oak page .*.
years St. S/D. Green Cove Springs Part of Lot 2, Block 31, North
At 88? Mrs. Ings who was in good Lot Block Richard & Ruby Suburbs as tee in Deed Book
A letter from Mrs. E. R 4. 50. Borden's Oak
If I ever make 88. I hope somebody hits me in the head. health until her illness, ascribed St. S/D. Green Cove Springs 91. page 275 Louis Hendrleks 10.15
Brown dated June 19th reports Less Part to SRD Part of Lot 3. Block 31, North
her longevity to a devout Richard Crockett ....... 17.71 Suburbs as rec. in OR No. 45
"Not one twinge of pair West half of Lot 1. Block 51
life sensible health rules anda Borden's Oak St. S/D. Green page 312 Oliver Coleman 18.55
Pd. Adv. I since the operation on June Cove Springs Part of Lot 4, Block 21 North
spirit of self-sacrifice in behalf J. D. & Inex Hunter ...... 10.15 Suburbs
rec. in OR No. 11,
6th! Still weak but thrilled at Lot S. or East % of lot lying as
of fellow human beings.As North of Block 36. Green Cove page 438 Raymond Pender .... 15.1

I/ Memory of Main M. BoreeOn results so far. a girl in Pimlico. England -I North Springs 37 ft.Less of Part the East to SRD% of Emilyn Arrents .......... 21.70 Part Suburbs of Lot as 4.rec.Block In Deed 31. North Book

where she was born she I Lot W. or North 37 ft. of 105. page 461 Ned Edwards ......... 15.19
The Sunday School teaches dedicated herself to the cause East 1At of lot lying Northof Part of Lot 1. Block 32. S/D of

April 12th. 1963. God who bered with fond affection fox for the combined adult Bible Block 38. Green Cove Sprgs. Lycurgus Salter ........ 13.72 Lot 8. North Suburbs at NE
of temperance by joining the corner of Lot 8, facing 69 ft.
doeth all things well took tc his gracious spirit his firm classes at the Penney Memorial Part of the North % of Block on Middleburg Ave. as roe InDeed
Band of Hope. In 1883 one 8. North Suburbs as tee in DB
himself our beloved brothel stand for God his strong con- S. S* next Sunday will be 18. P 440 Frank Bryan ............ 18.55 Book 76. page 278 Jasper Bailey .. 10.15
week after her
marriage she Part of Lot Block 32 North
Main M. Boree.In viction about truth and right the Rev. G. P. Howard at 1C Lot 3. Block 7. Wilson & Kirk- Suburbs as 8. In OR.No. 11,
came to this country and set- patrick SID. North Suburbs Mrs. John Wolf ........ 10.15Lot rec.
memory of him we the His helpfulness toward all whc ajn. The preacher at the 11 :I page 437 Emily Johnson .... 3.75
Block 13
tled in Brooklyn. There she 9. Wilson & Kirk-
members of the Black Creek needed him and his faithful- o'clock worship service will be Patrick S/D. North Suburbs Mrs. C. W. Jones ........ 21.67 Lots 5 & 6. SID of Lot 8, Block
became president of the WCTU 32, North SuburbsLot James White .
.. .
Baptist Church of Penney ness and dependability in the the Rev. M. H. Keast. Part of Lot 2, Block 16. Smith 8. SID of lot 8. Block 32, 6.79
and directed the ,
organization'swork Block
Plat of 16. North Suburbs -
Farms Florida, would like to work of the Church. as rec. in OR 34 Page North Suburbs Nannie Burton 8.75

take this occasion to express The Church expresses its I The next Communion Serviceat among Army personnel at 249 M. Lockett .............. 19.71 Lot 14. Block 53. North Suburbs D. W. Fullerton ....... ... 1.70
Fort Hamilton.Mrs. Lot 3. Block 5'. North Suburbs
NW'LT 31.8 ft. of lot 8. Block
our gratitude for his life and deep sympathy for Mr. Boree'sfamily JHt. Theresa. Clayton .. 5.Tt
the Penney Memorial Ings and her husband 16, North Suburbs Raymond Collins. Jr. .... 16.87 i Lot 5. Block P. Shands Plat "

service among us. his wife Blanche his Church, Penney Farms will be moved to Nutley. N. J. in 1918 West % of Lot 2. Block 18 North Part of Lot 6 & 7. Block P..JameaE..Jon... .... .11.5$
Suburbs Ruth Lockett .... 35.35 Shands Plat in OR No.
Brother Boree came into the son. Edward and daughters at the 11 o'clock worship serv- Mesaer as rec
She was president of that n. Page 505
South % of Lot 4. Block 18 North
fellowship of this Church as a Estelle, Evelyn Cannon, and ice on the first Sunday ir: town's WCTU for 20 years and Suburbs Wilbur Lawson ........:. 11.73 Lot I. Block Q. Shand. Plat Beat Vonstraet4en ...... .2
WUUe Mae Freeman .... .
young man and with the ex- Tammie also his brothers and July. Anyone contemplating president of the Essex County Lots 1. Block 19. N. Suburbs Emilyn Arrents .......... 17.71 Lots 3. S. to 11 IncL, Block Q 15

ception of a few years that sister. membership in this church East % of Lot 1. Block 20 North Shands Plat Wilbur Lawson ......... zi.vl
unit for 5 years. She was an I Suburbs- W. R. Hall .............. 5.74 Lot 1I. Block Q. Shands Plat .
he and his family lived else- We ask that a copy of this please speak to the Rev. C. F + Bm J1uel collier ?.55
honorary member of the official East half of Lot 2. Block 20. Lots 1. Block U, Shand* Plat
where he was a member of this memorial be Annie Me Freeman .... <.7*
put on the min- Schriver before July 7th. Board of Vincent Methodist North Suburbs, less northerly Lots 4 & 6. and Lot I/. Block
Church until his death. utes of the Church a copy be 72 ft. thereof W. R. Hall ............ 8.47 W. Shands Plat, less part rec.
Nutley. a charter membez A lot 50 it. by 70 ft. on NW in Deed Book 109 page,,309
He was a Deacon for mans given to Mr. Boree's Family Mr. W. J. Eddy left today of its Women's Society of I I! corner of Lot 5. Block 20. Lots 5. Block W. Shands Plat Wilbur Lawson 774
years in which office he faithfully and a to the ; North Suburbs, as roe in Deed 84ias Colaoo 18.55
copy Clay Count by airplane for Pittsburgh Christian Service and organzer !-I I Book 4. Page 328 Wilbur Lawson ........ 21.70 Lot Block W, Sliands Plat wiu..,, Lawson 1.75

served until God called Crescent. Pennsylvania where he will vis- of a Bible, class. ;Lot 1. Block 21. North Suburbs Viola McDade ........... 10.15 Lot Lot 9.11 Block-& PAtt ofsl lot 11..Plat Block Wilbur Lawsen 1L73WT

him home he served as super- Signed CommitteeC. Lot 2 and part uc.1sLot; 4. Block ... .. -- Shands Plat as re<:. inDeed
it his daughter Mrs. Sass and! She served several terms ir I 21, North Wilbur Lawson .. 21.70
intendent of our Sunday Ethel Williams......... 10.15 Book 109 page 309
James Luevln ..
Reese 18.55
Lot 7 Block 21 North Suburbs
L. Saunders her family. His oldest grandson Nutley as a member of the Lots 22 23. Block CX.. Shands
School for several years and South half of Lot 13. Block 21. -Plat ,
W. M. Harris has received a Fellowship: town's Republican county com- North Suburbs William Bryant ........ 11.83 L 5>C15. Block HX Shand.Plat Rtekard A: Corrine MlHer, 10.15
also served effectively *
on .
manycommittees. Frank .
in science from the Pittsburgh mittee. She was a chartez I North 67 ft. of Lot 2. Block i2. Lot 19. Block HX. Snands Plat Bryant ll'll
Kirkland ..
W. L. Saunders North Suburbs Alberta Chambers ... .. 4.27 Lot !. Block IX Shands Plat vTSml!
will University.The member of the Nutley Leagueof I Lot 8. Block 12. North SuburbsLots George It Rosa Stewart .. 15.19 Lot 15. Block IX Shands Plat Riehardsoa ifilili"ITS 5.ts
Main always be
remem- Doyle Saunders Rkhard tc Corrine .
Women Voters and a for- 1 and East 25 ft. of South Lot 13 and 14. and 1$. Block MX. :

Rev. Frank M. Gracey mer member of the Women's 100 ft. of Lot 2. Block 23. Sbftnds Plat Jc* 10 ....... 99*.&9
North Suburbs also a lot 100 Lot mock SX Shand. Plat llaeh
?* Donald H . 3.7S
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY by 100 in SW corner of Lot 2, Lot Block 'tt' Plat
and Mrs. Mary W. Linfield Club. fEfn T Sally Mae Anderson 13.72
BYCRESCENT Block 23 Annie Fleming Barfleld .. 2OS Lot 1, Block YJv.. Plat
were married on June 22 in She leaves two daughtersMrs. Lot 4. except Northerly 21 fU North half of Lot 2. Block VX Jasper Bryant ..... 33.11and
PRESS INC. .......... 11,33 /
Block 23 North Suburbs Bennie Adams West half of North half
the First Methodist Church at F.
Romlein. with
May Frank hill .... ... 5.11
Green COy. Springs Florida Lot 9. Block 23. North Suburbs Berry of Lot 6. Shands Plat
Green Cove by The Rev. Gor- whom she lived and Mrs. William Lot 13. Block 24. North Suburbs Annie P. Brown et al .... 15.1 Lots 3 and 6, Block VX, Shands Geo. MeArthur 11.51

Phone 284-31(6 don N. Craig. Jr. Mr. Paul L Walz of Keystone Heights Southeast 25. North quarter Suburbs of Lot 4. Block Frank Jones No. 2 .... 2 .23 I PIt Leonard & Beatrice Garner

. ................. 10.tS
Johnson was best man and Florida: a son. William C. Ings Part of Lot 1. Block 26. North Lot 7. Block VX Shands Plat -
A atTOtfiAl Suburbs as rec. In Deed Book Lot 12. Block BB. Sbands Plat OMar Bryant ......,..... 11.11
Mrs. Emma Nymeyer was mat- of Dunedin. Florida: 11 grandchildren 71. Page 140 Durham Arllae .......... 11.15 Part of Lot 1. Block 34. Shands Agnes V. Jones .......... 375
ron of honor. Mr. Marshal ; 30 greatgrandchildren North 50 ft. of the West 120 ft. plat as roe In Deed Book !1.
of Lot 2, Block ii. North Suburbs. page '.
Meriam provided the music : and a great-great-grand as re*. In Deed Book 1$. Block !. except Lots 1. 2. We.t Heirs W. C- Tamer 1.15

Immediately after the ceremony daughter. page 273. Book 18 page 237. half of Lots 2 6: 4. North 50
and part of L I, Block 18 Joe Fleming ............. 11.82 i ft. of East half of Lot 3 and
EDITOR .. __II' '' I Duncan Groner the couple left for the Funeral geiilcc: were" held at North 70 ft. of Lot 1. Miner'sS North 50 ft. of Lot 6. Golden .. ..
S/ Block 27. North Sobnrts Ulysses ft Earl Johnson .. 3.75 Gate Manor.
Ground Funeral
ir the Stanton
.. MANAGER ... .......... Methodist Camp Home. 661
---- --_ Eugene Koza Lot 3. Annie Jones SID of Lots .Lots I. C. 1. *. BL ". Golden Ernest TIn ..
Willimantic. Connecticutwhere Franklin Avenue. Nutley. or 3 and 4. Block 27. North Su- Gate Manor ** .
barb James: T.! Easoa .......... 4.74 Block 15. except Lob T. .
Canalehael .
1 Entered as second Class Matter' July IS. 1962. at the Post Office. they have a summer June 15th. West *7 ft. of the West 230 ft. ,; : : 11. all Blocks Z1 and 21. OolclftWlp .. ... II.U

Gr* ..a-.Csv. Springs. Florida uad.r the Act of March 3. 1891. cottage.Mr. Mr*. Ings was an aunt of of Block 1. Lot I. Block .28. .a Gate Manor
-'aec... Cl ** .o.ta* paid at Greet COT S.rta... rtm.tTBSCKIPTIOM North Suburb Benian SID Block 31. except LoU 1. 2. 2. <4.< Ernest Tipptas T."
Leigh Soule is spending Mrs. B. H. Jones of the Memorial KaBOr.
as ree. la Deed Book 4%. page and 5. Golden Gate '
1tATlSGne a fine summer in Dayton Home Community at 51. except part re*. la OR N*. North 40 it. of Lot 8. and all Ernest Tlpp'las IS.U
21. page 236. OR No. 42,, p. Lots 11 and 13. Block 32. Goldea -
Year-In advance i4 00 Ohio. He sends his best to aH. Penney Farms Florida. 184 Aaaie Small ......-...... 7.74 Gate Sinner


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f Cove Socials I All !! BAPTIST BIBLE SCHOOL:
Green Calling Boys 3 STUDENTS PER STAFFERThe County

Vacation Bible School of
i'' ? Mr. and Mrs. Palmer English The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. CoL Allen B. Geiger. USMC
the First Baptist Church witha Servicemen
have their son. James Englishof Madaris have had as theft and his son. Glen of Arlington near-record enrollment of
guests their daughter the Rev last Thursdayfor
Va., came :
Holmes Theological Semin- 108 youngsters terminated its Gary Lance Outlaw, 18-
and Mrs.Ray Franklin of Rad- a few days visit with Col
ary In Greenville. S. C. visiting a 1963 session last Friday. year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Va. and their L
ford grandson Geiger's mother Mrs. R.
C. B. Outlaw of Green Cove
them. Thirty-four members of the
t Ray. Jr.Mrs. Geiger. Pearl Geiger's other son
1 MARCAD Charles L. Geiger : church served on the staff; a has joined the Air Force since

Mrs. Judy Carlton and hex I stationed in Meridian Miss. ... ratio of about one staffer fox his graduation at Clay High.
Ann Stripling returned
each three students. His address is Flight 600, Box
daughter. Jean spent two days >
also spent the weekend
recently from a weeks visit
In Green Cove last week. Judy I 1523, Lackland AF Base, San
The staff was headed by the
with her son Mr. and Mrs. W
was formerly Clay County librarian -11 L. Stripling and family In Or- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parham Rev. A. E. Madaris. pastor: Antonio.

I and is now attending lando. returned last Friday from Martin Mrs. Doran D. Yelton. princi-

; Florida State University in' Term., and La Center. Ky. 2LA pal; Mrs. Kenneth C. Bennett BEATRICE IRENE GRACE

Tallahassee. II' The Rev. and Mrs. Robert where Mrs. Parham has been assistant principal. Mrs. Beatrice Irene Grace.

Byrd and their children.Wanda visiting relatives since May: Also Tim Madaris. Mrs. Ethel 44, of 345 Orange Ave. pass-
Master Phillip Reed Williams 28th. Mr. Parham left Satur- Reid. Mrs. J. M. Waters. Mrs ed away suddenly last Mon-
? I and Barry of Mt. Gilead. N.
has returned to his home in C., have been visiting the Rev day. June 15th to drive Mrs uI1.4 Ralph James Mrs. Zue Milam
: day.Mrs.
Jupiter Fla.. after a month'sVisit and Mrs. A. E. Madaris. Mrs Parham home by way of At- Mrs. Peggy McBride. Mrs.W.T. Grace a resident of

and with his grandparents Mr I Byrd is the sister of Mrs. Mad- lanta. Ga., where they visited '. Lemen. Jr., Mrs. E. R Willis Green Cove since 1952 Is a
Mrs. H. E. Reed. While :
aris. several days with friends. I Mrs. W. E Tyre r. and Mrs member of the Methodist faith.
here he also visited his ; .yk. ft
L ,i ttI Vera Graveley. She Is survived by her hus-
cousins the Harold Williams I
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wager' band. 2
The Misses Polly and Patsy: Also Mrs. Thelma Fraser George; daughters,
family in Palataka. ,
Paterson daughters of Dr. and have as their guest for the 1=-.....<.. Mrs. Joe Shadowens Mrs Mrs. Joyce Campbell. Riverside
summer their grandson Steve Wayne Turner. Mrs. Eula Gei- Calif.. Mrs. Carol Wilson Bat
Mrs. R. M. Paterson have spent
I Mr and Mrs. W. B. Pritch-
ard and their children. Janet two weeks in Niles Ohio as Clark Penley of San Juan ger. Mrs. A. E. Madaris. Mrs tle Creek. Mich., 1 son Donald,
Puerto Rico. Everett Ivey Mrs. Hugh Bonds Green Cove; her mother. Mrs.
and Randy of Miami are vis the guests of their grandparents -
Mrs. Arthur Ivey. Mrs. Lena Irving Green Hulbert. Mich.; 2
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. EatonJ. -
iting Mrs. Pritchard's sister a rif I
Mr. and Mrs. Burch Stump
r Mae Chapman. Miss Leanne i brothers. Marvin Green. Hul-
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith and
left Wednesday for Sarasota to Ivey. Mrs. Kathleen Wright bert; Ivan Green. Jackson,
her mother Mrs. J. V McCon- R. Kirkland returned their Sandra _
see daughter Miss Marsha Murphy. Mrs. J Miss.. 1 sister Mrs. Opal Bag-
nell. home last Saturday from the
Miss Clay County participate R. Kinnear. Nimrod D. Brewer gerly. Battle Creek and 6

hospital in Gainesville follow- in the Miss Florida paeant.Mr. .J. ;r4 :.Rr ,. Mrs. Charles D. Dalton. Mrs. .
%if :,y{,%,: .,;;6 r zy
ing operation.Miss
an ,
Thomas C. Williams 'G .! ; .
sqx.; ::;:::;!h{{;v r;:} 'x. :; Robert R. Dyal Jr.. Charles D funeral Home is in
will leave Friday for Warner and Mrs. David Talbott
i ,..... r?''/a/. ., ., .. ....... Dalton. Thomas J. Rivers H charge of arranagements. Fun-
'Robbins Ga.. where she will: Patricia Hansen left left on Wednesday to go to the :; .5 : :::;h : : ::;: : : Miss Marsha Turner and Mrs eral services and Interment will

I spend the weekend with hex last Sunday evening for Wins- Miss Florida pageant in sara- Cre eeat Phot by Geae Koui Tracy L. Saunders. be in Battle Creek.

parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T ton Salem. N. C.. to spent a sota. Mr. Talbott was the Clay High's new coach. Billy Montgomery, seated above diagrams plays for left

Wells and attend a family re- vacation with relatives and director of the Clay County to right Seniors, Danny Parker Olin Hodge and Joe PaM who are outstanding all round

union. friends. pageant for the Jaycees. I athletes for Clay High. Coach Montgomery Is starting a physical fitness program which

-_._ will coordinate with the schools athletic program. Any High School boy is welcome to
come to the gym and work out no matter what sport interests him most. The gym will be I
This Week's
open during the summer months as follows: Monday through Friday 8:00 aon.-12:00

p.m.; Monday through Thursday 12:30 pan. 4:00 p.m.; Monday Tuesday and Thursday, ......

5:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

r.. 2 s t r e ,\ BONUSBUYS

9NW :J:::
Funeral services were held Edward Austin. Jr.. Jacksonville ministraton at Duke University: !'

4 : two weeks ago Saturday morn- attorney has been appointed In 1952 and his law degree at

: ___ ing for Mrs. Florence Chalmers as the first public defender the University of Florida lr

.. aged 70.Survivors. 1958. He began private practiceof
r. for Clay. Duval and
t law in Jacksonville In 1959
include her husband
Nassau. counties. He will begin He was an assistant county
Arvln --- -
Ruthven, a son ;:
his duties on.July'1. solicitor from 1961 until June
Altamont N.Y.: three brothers > ...
Mr. Austin was born in Shenandoah of 1962 and since that time'has
John Chrissey. Ithaca. N. Y'
,. Va. He received his been a member of the firm of
Allen and Roy Chrissey Chrissey Warwick.Sussex,N.N.Y.J masters; degree In school ad- Austin. Basford and Millar. I Plus Valuable Plaid Stamps I ISUPERRIGHT

Interment was In Penney

Funeral Home In charge of ar CHURCH

rangements. Vermont Are. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

.w.. E. Houston 8t .A .r
Chevy II Nova 400 6-PaIHnier Station Wagon CLAY THEATRE You have a N. Magnolia Ave SQUARE-CUT CHUCK

Lo au fr4 I Phone 284-6711 Special Invitation GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Monday thru Friday Two to attend

Shows each evening Church and Sunday School Services held Sundayat

7 & S p.m. 11 a.m.Subject .
Sat. & Sun. Continuous Sunday School 9:45 a.m. :

From 2 p.m. Preaching 11:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Phone 284-6711 Sunday Nite Servo 7:00 p.m.
Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. June 30

Wed., Thurs.. & Friday Pastor Rev. J. C. Majrnor A cordial invitation Is extendedto

June 26, 27' & 28 Phone-EV 9-583O attend our services.


Cliff RichardsSat.

Thru Tues. 17 ACRE RANCH
light out June 30 July 1 & Z

1 to 5 YEAR LEASE $65.00 PER MONTH
OF FLUBBER (Subject to approval by owner)

v ',s
M} Starring Fred MacMurray Contact MR GOODWIN 284-3106 f

July 3, <4<. & 5

LOVE IS A BALL 1105 U. S.Hwy. 17 Co. <4-4621< << Orange Park Fla.

Starring Glenn Ford

and get lost.: OO
For i

'' FREEZERS .... New Used
Chevy '''II' Wagons
engine either. It just hums
The heft of suitcase.The .. 4
a -- along passing up gas pumps ON "1 '" f. .
rustleofaroadmap.here'a (there's also a choice of an 2 Piece Foam Rubber
something about one of VRO 7V even thriftier 4 in most LIVING ROOM SUIT$4L50HEFSIGEBA'IOBS
these spruce surprisingly models) like it didn't have ,

spacious wagons that can a care in the world. Factturneventheroutineprepa LARGE WESTERN VINE-RIPE
TRADENJRAVELTIME t is-I it has far fewer cares $%'.95 up
rations into a happy part of \ than most enginesbeingyour

trip. built with the special knack U 48"
Take that old bugaboo Chevrolet have zi
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No bother. With the-kind of mamtenanCE CantaloupesF4or
of room you get ,in that like a car with ginger- _. $29.95
easy-loading cargo com without a lot of needless
partment, you can.just about toss things gingerbread? Your dealer's got a full line $99.95 NEW NEW $129.95We
in any old whichway'and come out with of Chevy ITs to pick from.Why not drop I
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Orange Park SocialsMr. FIGHT HWY. 17 FIRE : j

Last Saturday afternoon, the: The summer reaading pro- : Diane Blair and Fran- Wally Powell, and ushers were' The WeekOrange
and Mrs. F. W. Tombler was recently injured in an automobile Doctors Inlet Volunteer Fire: for children is off to i
I gram a cis Glisson married last Richard Beasley. brother-in-
of Robinette Dr. are the accident, is Department was called out tc '
par- recuperating -
fine start at the Orange Park law of the bridegroom; Carl j Orange Park Boat. Club-
fight an incipient forest fire Saturday evening in the Murray -
ents of a baby girl, named after surgery at Clay Mem- Kentchens and Edwin Blair
Branch of the Clay County I Thursday, June 28, at 8 pan
beside Route 17, just south oi Hill Baptist Church. The: .
Laurie Lea, who was born on orial Hospital.Mr. brother of the bride. Greg at Card's Restaurant.
Public Library.A I
Orange Park, beyond Radic I
Rev. Carl A. Howell performedthe
June 19 at St. Luke's HospI- Johns of Albany Ga., cousin
Station WAPE.Apparently I Orange Park Lionellas-Mon
great children of aL'ages
.a many ceremony. of the bride, served as ring- ;
tal. and Mrs.\ Jack Robbins ignited by light- .% 1. day, July 1. at 8 p.m. at the
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signed up, and most The bride is the daughter ofMr. bearer. j
and their three sons have returned ning, a brush fire was burning Lions Club.
Dr. of them have already become and Mrs. Edwin NeweL After the ceremony, a reception -;
Mrs. James Schaefer from a stay at Lake fiercely along the western edge: Orange Park Civttens-Tues- i|
and children Eric and Bar- Kerr to continue their vacation of the highway when the first I I "ranch hands" by reading one Blair of Jacksonville, and the was held in the churefc j day. July 2. at 7 pjn. at

bara of Morgantown, W. Va at the home of his par- unit of the volunteers arrived book. The next achievement ir I bridegroom's parents are Mr parlor. The couple are s-pend-I) Charlie's Restaurant.
are living in the at around 4 o'clock. The blaze ing their wedding trip in south-1!
Gilmour cot- ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rob- this western theme program is and Mrs. L. H. Glisson ol
tage on River Rd. for the summer bins of Kingsley Ave. They fanned by a high wind, was "cowboy," awarded for reading Orange Park. em Florida and will reside at Orange Park Town Commis

while Dr. Schaefer. a will soon be returning to then blowing across the road lick- .. 4 more books. After 8 more: 1297 Murray Drive Jackson ; sioners-Tuesday. July 2, at

member of the faculty of West home in Tallahassee. ing at the underbrush on the books, the child becomes a Miss soloist Yvonne, accompanied Massey by servedas organist ville. I 8 pjn at the Town Hall.
Virginia University, is engagedin eastern side and threateningto i --- -
"branco buster, and with E
Miss Julianna Belger.
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research at the Yerkes Lab- leap the road to envelopea : he is "ranch '
more owner
I Adm. (ret.) and Mrs. E. J. Given in marriage by hex
oratories.Mrs. large area toward the river The books read must be withir
S. Young are in Europe where\ 3
i father, the bride chose as mat-
Units of Florida A
II they are visiting friends and the Forestry : the child's reading level. Thechild's : ron of honor Mrs. Diane Beas- NOW OPEN
Carol Ferguson, whc touring the continent. I I Service fire-fighting equipment name is inscribed on a I
ley, sister of the bridegroom
had been called for, when the poster after he reads the first I

.. II weather came to the side oi i w book, and he then places e Bridemaids were Miss Martha WESTFALLS
Ann Bateman
and Miss Gail
A cloudburst of rain '
man. made ranch brand emblem of his
short work of putting out the:' choice after his name each Glisson, cousin of the bride-
COCA COLA t & HOT DOGS 5Coca blaze, just in time. time he completes anothei groom. Miss Teresa Blair was Standard Service StationAtlas
junior bridesmaid and Miss
While the fire was burning book.
traffic came to a complete: x zw Lisa John of Albany, Ga., cou- Tires Batteries Accessaries \
halt sin of the bride was flowei
along route 17 for nearly
I At Orange Park High School girl. 1109 Hwy. 17 Orange Park
half an hour. Many motoristswere
I the summer band program be-
I forced to make a detain Serving as best man was
gan last week. Band DirectorH.
I I around through Doctors Inlet .
Cola M. King encourages all I -=
= to avoid the blazing area across
the highway. I band members to attend the I I
sessions, from 9 to 11 o'clockon
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CARD OF THANKS I ings, and from 8 to 10 or. Electric

There will be a meeting at In 1944 R. L. Hendricks Wednesday, a marching prac- QXLY

1GPK.29C Sharon Church next Sunday I planted 5 Century plants tice session. I THE and

at 11 ajn. Everyone is asked I which he found in a nearby The beginner band, composed T tf J'fcJUPlWflDHfa
to come and bring a basket of students entering the: BEST
swamp at his home. About YOUR
lunch. band next fall meets on Tues- IEi
The Church would like tc two months ago one of them day and Thursday mornings : NEEDS

SUNNYLAND thank the following men foi started to grow. In two from 9 to 11 o'clock.

faithfully working to get a I months time it has grown

pump for the Church: J. W I from the ground to a heightof Coaches Larry Wesley and HARDWARE ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PLUMBINGS
Moody, Dennis Moody, Forrest &1 ,
PiCNCSLB. 25 feet and has blossomson Kenna Clark are directing a
Moody, Harry Bucholtz, Han- it. It is understood that summer athletic program at & Get It All From.013.NALLHARDWARE.
I nis Moody, Bill Sapp, Vaughr Orange Park High. Every weekday
II Lee Craaven, Belton Burford after blossoming it will die
I I from 9 to 12 and 1 to 3:30
1 Preston Daniels and SammiE t down until it blooms again I teenagers can enjoy softball i

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Ii I Clay Hill .,, ;I Mothers Of America" Mary( Lois Memoriam Tyre BarberIn ) Keystone Social NotesMiss I

A precious one from us has::
i Reporter: MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND Carolyn Jeon Moody been to see this little fellow

gone; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ches- the previous weekend only to
Sorry Nellie Wilkinson was gation was present we have 1 Qj, .n A voice we loved is stilled;
I ter Moody of Brooklyn Bay I: find that he and his parents
at baptismal for long
not able to attend church serv- seen a a A place is vacant In our home
time. Floyd Johns was the last visiting in California with her were in Jacksonville for the
will be filled.
ives Sunday. but all of us were It never
candidate of the Highland aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs evening. For a youngster he
God. In His wisdom, has recalled -
pleased to see her at the bap- number to be baptized and Robert Nieland. certainly has traveled!

tismal services Sunday afternoon Frank Carter the last of y
one The one His love had given;
1 when her son-in-law the City Hill number. This was I .r I And though the body slumbers Mrs. Lynda Gale Richardsthe Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sut-

Floyd Johns, and grandson. really a beautiful sight to be- here I elder daughter of Mr. and ton and family are anticipatingthe
Mrs. is home arrival of Mrs. Sutton'Fmother
hold. I Moody for the
Her soul is safe in heaven.
Ricky Johns were baptized.This
Mrs. F. A. Fitzpatrick,
Sunday evening our crowd summerwhile her husband is
Thy gentle voice is hushed
was a beautiful baptis- was small in the Highland p.'S 1 \ Thy warm true heart is still attending Marine Officers' of Norfolk. Va., who will be

mal service, the Clay Hill pas- services, but in spite of the And on thy young and lovely Candidate School at Quantica coming for a visit on Sunday

tor, the Rev. James Saunders rain, the Rev. Bennett and wife I II browIs Va. June 30. Mrs. Fitzpatrick has
from the Marietta Church were' made many friends in Keystonewho
delivered the Scripture lesson I settled Death's last chill.
with us. They are some Baptists -I T Bubba Moody (Chester Jr. ) will also be looking for-
the Highland pastor, the Rev Thy hands are clasped upon .
who aren't afraid of be- ward to seeing her again.
was home for visit last
George Chism offered prayer your breast. a
'f Both pastors entered the water ing sprinkled, or even poured! We kissed (a final kiss) your I weekend from Cocoa Beach
I at the same time and the can- and believe you me the rain _j'j'L brow where he has a job at Cape We have had a communication -
was really pouring a good part a't from Mrs. Cathryne Ke-
Canaveral.Mr. .
didates entered the water al- jr And in our aching hearts we
of this time.Highland I hoe visiting us that Miss Edith
ternately. The largest congre- know .
I i L of Mr
folks are studying' j D Anne Baker daughter
) You're gone, our darling, now and Mrs. Frank Nicholsof
about preparation for the Vacation and Mrs. Harry W. Baker of
? < It's hard to break the tender Saginaw Michigan,
WIIO'S GOT A RUG were re-
Bible School, beginningthe Crystal Lake, was the girl who
cords cent visitors at the home of
Someone within the range of first Monday in August had the best home economics
When love has bound a heart; I IIt's Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody.
I our local telephone system has and continuing for one weekIt project of all the girls in all
hard so hard tc I
a nice rug to sell. Mrs. Mannin seems the plans aren't complete of her classes for the past
speak the words Newcomers to Keystone
Lake Geneva would like tc yet. school year.
i "We must forever part"Dear Heights. are Mr. and Mrs
know who it I is. So would the We are very short with oui _"" X .<<>nT.n.lf>'J> "" ""' IX! f'V'" ..... .!m. 'Wf" Loved One, we have lain James R. Beeler and son Jim-
people at Clay Electric whc news again this Monday morn-
The Ward's Creek Community tor; Mrs. W. H. Stevens, ac- gold-star mother and Mrs. M. thee I my from Moneeson Pa. They Murrhee
print the kilowatt. ing, but it is a good thing wehaven't I
D. La Riccia, modern mother. In Your Father's warm are occupying the house recently -
Church will present a pa- companiest; Jesse Heath, counselor -
much news or it would
Once, some months ago, we Insurance Agency
I embrace .
The music for the programis ; occupied by Miss Connie -
read that the kilowatt would turn into gossip long before we gean, "Mother's of America,", ; William Ross announcer -
'I all based on familiar songs Your memory will be cherished :, Knight. Jimmy, who Just
( not carry want ads that were could get it written. We have by Edith Hull Pearl on Sunday [ ; and Paul Perry, vocalist SJSSSaiQj
Till thy heavenly face. graduated
I and will include, "A Mighty i i we see from high school CARRY
unsigned and had just a tele- I had so many interruptions we I evening at 7:45 o'clock. j Front row: Mrs. Jack Green Fortress," "To the Men whc Your Mom, Dad, brother I 1, will attend St. Johns Rive ADEQUATE
number. Somewhere hardly know who what or I II
phone Those producing and appearing -, pilgrim mother; Mrs. David Purchased Liberty," "Wagon and your baby girls.nSS'VATSOS" Junior College. Mrs. Beeler is a
when to say anything, or what ,
the line
somebody goof-
along : in the pageant are 'Mattox, colonial mother; Mrs. Wheels Creakin." "Deep River; cousin of Bill Scales. I ,
ed, because the ad that wor- to say, so will leave it unsaid I
shown above left to right back i Wallace Inman. pioneer mather "Home Sweet Home," "Lest We
ries Mrs. Mann has 'I ::\
no name row: Wallac Inman, secretary; ; Miss Shirley Ash 20th cen- : Forget" and "America the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hong See: RICHARD MLRKHLE!
but it has her telephone num- We had 67 present in Sunday I HAS SHOWEROn
I Mrs. George Brinkman direc- tury mother, Mrs. Jesse Heath Beautiful. I brought their latest addition tc.. Agent
ber. Every day, she is getting School Sunday morning ai --- -- ---
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I June 18", 1963, Mrs. My- family-11 days old-foi Phone 473-4786
'f calls about a rug she doesn't | drop in number from the Sunday -' SHRINER'S CLUB ENJOYS BARBEQUE SWIMMING PROGRAMIn ron C. Prevatt and Mrs. G us to see last weekend. We had
have She called Clay Electricto
before-AGAIN! Fifty one
j ; Raymond Starnes were hostesses -
ask about the ad and tc I of these were 100 percent mem-,I On Saturday evening, June Ira Stringer, Mr. and Mrs. C addition to the recreation :j at a linen shower foi

r whom might she refer the in-, bers. The Primarys kept the I 22, the Keystone Heights members E. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- program at the partk the Key- Miss Agnes Watson, bride-elect

quiries. They said there was I banner again with a grade oi i of the Clay County Shrin- ly Muhlhofer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed stone Heights Rotary Club will : whose marriage will take place

no name on the original copy- 85. The Beginners were next i ers Club enjoyed a' barbeque Hussey, Mr. and Mrs. Ear conduct their annual swim- : this weekend. The shower was {: "Accentuate the PosHive' {:

only Mrs. Mann's phone num- with a grade of 65. These lit- I at the home of Mr. and Mrs Haynor, Mr. and Mrs. Bill ming program starting on July 'held at the home of Mrs eft

ber.So tle folks sure believe in coming I E. F. ("Buster") Aiken, on LakeGeneva. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Frank 8, and continuing Monday Starnes on E as t Lakeview ,

if you are the one whc I to Sunday School, even if the Enjoying the even Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay through Friday, until the 19th Drive. Assisting the hostesseswere :

has the rug, and no one has I older ones do not. Our Training with the host and hostess were Walker Mr. and Mrs. Bert Classes will be from 10 o'clock I I :Mrs. E. T. Martin, Mrs : Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land
called, take heart, for. as Mrs I Union was rather short ir Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Griffin Mr Christoffers, Jr., Mr. and Mrs until noon. Instructors will be: George LaRue. and Mrs. Huntley I

Mann knows, a lot of people'number again, it seems al! and Mrs. Jennings Murrheer. Azzie Williams, Mr. and MrsS. from the Y. M. C. A. Camp I Redfearn, Jr. I II I AVith the old swimming hole nearby

are interested! Why not give I were afraid of the rain, sc ., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murr- E. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs Camp Immokalee. They wil"divide I
The tea table as well as the
her a call and let her know stayed at home to watch TV I hee Mr. and Mrs. Edward G j Ralph C. Crawford Mr. and the classes into "Min rest of the house was beauti- Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms.
your correct name and num-I or sleep. Hope they get awake Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs. N. W Mrs. Roy Tyre, and Mr. and nows." "Fish," "Flying Fish,*I
i! fully decorated with flowers of
ber before next Sunday evening! Hardenbergh Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Les Stephenson. 'Shark Junior Life Saving I
and Senior Life-Savins. I mixed pastel shades. See Us M for your Real Estate N eels J

Swimming, as everyone: I Gifts were arranged under a ,
knows, is not just for children I pastel colored umbrella. S. E. McKAY\

i4 Anyone over the age of 6 years Special prizes were won by ,

is welcome in the clas sese Nc I Mrs. E. T. Martin and Mrs I
TOTAL PERFORMANCE : 'one in Keystone Heights haj George LaRrue Guests included -: Keystone Heights! Phone 473-4810'

any excuse for not being able I the guest of honor as weras i

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,cribed lands will be sold at public auction on the 6th day of .

!July A. D. 1963 at the City HaIl Keystone Heights, County of

Clay. State of Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes hereinset I FREE.

opposite the same, together with all penalties, and costs of

.c :" .1.\1 '1 such sale and advertising. Sale to start at 12 o'clock noon. SET OF CLOTHESLINE POLES
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;:. Description Owner Amt. of taxes and costs I with purchase of 250 ft. or more of CHAIN' LINK

.",-' .., .- .'. Lot 5 Blk. 10 Velma Lamee $ 1.16 Plus Adv. or REDWOOD Fence.SPECIAL.

Lot 6A, 6B, 7A Blk. 31 L. L. Lamee 23.10 Plus Adv.
Lot 4, 5 Blk. 14 Flossie Tower 6.93 Plus Adv. !

Lot 30 LkvH. 10 Flossie Tower 1.16 Plus Adv. I

Lot 13. NU 14 Blk. 20 W. H. Redfearn 51.98 Plus Adv.
Lot 1 Blk 15A Nelson B. Bell 4.62 Plus Adv. .
(Gates and Terminals extra..
June 13, 20, 27, July 4

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"Ttvas In June, 38. J' Rainbow Activities .J I Exchange Sttd.pit

GCS Little League Standings On Saturday evening June lie Rowe Linda Cooper, Judy er, Mrs. Anna ParrOt. Mrs. MAY ',,:::: '., v

15th Miss Melinda Glennan, Jones Ann Loftin Judith Le- Ellen Selick. Judith LeClaire .

won lost of Green Cove Springs Assem- Claire. Mrs. Louise G. Smith Jackie Newell, Sandra Taylor :.%:.;

Coca Cola ......_................................................ 12 3 bly No. 77 Order of the Rain- Mrs. Anna Parrot and Mrs. Others assisting with Doris transportation EschuckMr. \k.:.. +" "
bow for Girls was selected asMiss Annabel Loftin. were Mrs.

Cities Service ................................................ 12 3 Rainbow" of Districts 3'' On Sunday evening was the H. L. Blackmon and Mrs.

Chaney's Cafe .................?...........:................. 10 5 and 4. at the Morroce Temple! Grand Assembly Annual Sun- Mae Hendricks.On .
in Jacksonville. This contest is Service at Wednesday morning Miss
Revels Ford Motorama ................................ 7 8 day evening Church appointed as
sponsored annually by River-, the Civic Auditorium in Jack- Leslie Rowe was

Standard Oil ................................................ 3 12 view Assembly No. 88. The contestants sonville. Grand Musician for the ensu-I!

J. P. Hall .................................................... 1 14 are judged on Street Those attending were: Les- ing year. Leslie I
Wear Evening Wear Talent lie Rowe Linda Cooper. Judy Luncheon at the Robert Meyei .

The season is not over as indicated by the standings Poise and Personality. Melinda Jones Ann Loftin. Judith Le Hotel at noon for he 1963-64

Coca Cola & Cities Service are tied after the reg- played Rachmaninoff's "Pre- Claire. Sara Page Long Jen- Grand Officers.

ulation number of games. These two teams will square lude in C. No. Minor" followedby nifer Hamlin Brenda Tyre. Mr. Leslie was Installed at the

off this week, last Tuesday tonight and if necessary ..' "Basin Street Blues" as her and Mrs. Lester R. Rowe Mrs. night session of Grand Assem-
tomorrow night at 7 pjn. in two out of six games to determine talent selection. Mertie A. LeClaire. Mrs. Anna- bly with other Grand Officers

i the League Champions. C> i The twelve assemblies in Districts bel Loftin. Mrs. Louise G. Among those attending this

Some individual statistics; Lou CUster compiledthe 3 and 4 participated ic Smith Mrs. Anna Parrot Mrs session were Tom Kelsey and ....
highest batting average a neat .460; Kevin Morley this contest. Last year Miss Gerry Parley Miss Elaine Parley Mrs. Kathleen Bayer.

had the power with 4 home runs followed by Ed Knowles Kathy Kenney of Green Cove Mrs. Lois Gravely and R Leslie is a charter membei

3. Brian Wright 3. Two pitchers found the win column t Springs Assembly was the first, B. Loftin. of Assembly No. 77 and has

most often both with 6 wins and 1 loss Fred Linsley runner up.Melinda. On Monday morning Miss held offices each term. She is Miss Carolyn Carlson of

I Jack Coon. Linda Cooper Grand Page at a Past Worthy Advisor and is Miami, Florida the daughter -
is the daughter of
Boys from each team nominated by their managers ; Large attended a Breakfast for now serving as recorder. She of Air. and Airs. Bill
Dr. and Mrs. T. Luke GlennanShe
will assemble at the Little League Field at 9 ajn. on .w' ,16 tm m the Grand Pages at the May- is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Carlson Is spending ten
is a Junior at Clay High
Saturday 29th of June for Green Cove's All Star squad. :: c School.On flower Hotel. Miss Cooper and Lester R. Rowe. She is a Sen- weeks this summer in Bo-

From this group 15 boys will be selected to represent ( Miss Judy Jones attendee ior at Clay High School e rata, Columbia South America -
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Green Cove Springs in this years district and we hope ::' :: ::: ::: f.1''.:, ; Grand Assembly rehearsals at Cheer Leader for the Clay High as an exchange student
Grand Cross of Color
the State Tournament. The district tournament will be Ceremonywas the Civic Auditorium on Mon- Blue Devils and is President of throuzlz the American Youth
held at the Robert
held in Green Cove Springs during the latter part of July. Meyei day morning. They were ac- the Methodist Me Y.F. Excht c.
Hotel at 3:00 The local)
.. pan. companied by Miss Leslie Rowe Green Cove Springs Assem- She is the granddaughter -

..... .... designees receiving the degreeof and Mrs. Loftin. bly No. 77. Order of the Rain- of Mrs. Nellie P. Carl-
: > the Grand Cross of Color at
On Tuesday Morning Miss bow for Girls was honored last son of Green Cove.
..t.: this meeting were: Leslie Judy Jones A Grand Choii week when Leslie Rowe received Carolyn merited the trip
i Green Cove Curb Market F ." Rowe. Linda Cooper Judy
Member attended a Breakfastat the appointment as through her good grades at
Jones and Ann Loftin Rain-
as the Mayflower Hotel for the Grand Musician for this year Coral Gables High School
Week End & 4th of bow Girls and the adults receiving Grand Pages. She was installed with othei and recommendations from
July SpecialsFRESH ., this honor were Mrs
:{. Those attending all sessionsof grand officers on Wednesday her teachers. She will be representing -
Louise G. Mrs.
Smith Anna
the Grand Assembly were evening at the final session of goodwill and the
Parrot and Mrs. Annabel Lof-
2 loaves Misses Dorothy Ann BlackmonAnn the State Grand Assembly. democratic way of life while
25 tin. Mother Advisor. Those
BREAD Loftin Brenda Tyre. Janis Leslie is a charter membei abroad.
holding the Master of
Eschuck. Leslie Rowe Judy of the local Assembly and has
}i GaL Grand Cross of Color and at-
ICE MILK 39 Jones. Linda Cooper Sara been active in Rainbow since;
tending from Green Cove
!Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Marcy shown above on their Page Long Jennifer Hamlir the assembly was organized ir FREE DANCING FREE
THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE wedding day 25 years ago celetbrated their silver wedding an- ,Lester Springs R.were Rowe: Mr.Mrs.and Mertie Mrs and Mrs. Annabel Loftin 1958. She has held an office

8 cans 303 sue niversary at their home last week. Married in Hyde Park A. Mother Advisor. Others at- each term and is now servingas Every Wednesday Night
LeClaire Miss
CORN 89' Judith Le-
!Mass Mrs. Marcy was chosen by the Boston Post as The' "Claire.Those. I tending Grand Assembly were Recorder. MAGNOLIA BAIT &
Bride of the :Month. According to Mr. Marcy, they discovered Mr. and Mrs. Lester R. Rowe She is also a Master of the TACKLE SHOP
SUWANNEE] CUT attending the Grand Mrs., Mertie A. LeClaire. Mrs Grand Cross of Color. She is
Green Cove via the Navy had no alternatives and have Highway 17 N.
8 cans 89 been "making the best of it" htre for 16 years. Among the Cross of Color Banquet at the Louise G. Smith, Mrs. H. L the daughter of Mr. and MrsLester Green Core Springs
BEARSGEORGIA _Robert. Meyer. Hotel were: Les- Blackmon Mrs. Evelyn CooP- .R. Rowe.
: best of it" are six children: Dorothy and Pat both married; .'.

RED and Jean Thomas Linda and Christine. -


VACATION CHURCH and Mrs. J. E. King of

END CUTPORK SCHOOL CLOSES Green Cove Springs announce
lb. the engagement of their!
The vacation church school daughter, Elizabeth Earline to

TALL HICKORY Episcopal sponsored church jointly and by St.the Marys First Paul .Wayne Altman Altman.Mr. is the. son of The Bank of Green Cove Springs

3 Ib. Pkg.
SLIGEDBACON $1,00 Methodist church concludedits Mr. and Mrs. L R. Altman of

sessions at 7:30 o'clock Sun- Cross City, Fla.

LEANWHITEIBACON day evening in the Methodist The wedding will solemnizedat

lb. church. the Assembly of God Churchin Housing Loans For Home Improvement
,I : 29c Offerings taken during the Green Cove on July 6 at 3
10-day session will be used to o'clock. All friends of the

?4 GAL. JARSPURE send Christmas literature to couple are invited to attend.
I Jar LatinAmerica.The FHA Title 1
school has been undei Hansford. Mrs. Elaine Williamson -

the direction of Mrs. S. V Mrs. Ingred Strickland.
WATERMELONSCLOSED Stamps. Others who have work Mrs. John Bradley Mrs. David
These loans can be granted to any property owner who is purchasing -
All Day Sunday ed with the school are: Mrs i Talbott Mrs. R. L. Kledzik
Clifford Geiger. Mrs. Joseph L Mrs. Scott Paterson Mrs. R. K
"We Reserve Quantity. Rights" Mincher Mrs. J. C. Sapp MrsD. Scott Mrs. Melvin Rawley and or has already paid for a house, after qualifying through FHA

C. Hopkins Mrs. Letha Mrs. Joyce Telkin.

I Standards.

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forBURLINGTON .t rI ke1tO./i $.upyour house?I H* .1.

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EMPLOYEESCall I :).$1- .m" t;

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JUNE 27, 1963 y 1"- PAGE SEVEN




Sec. 194.16, F. S.

known as ANN D. KING that Loren Tucker the hol- CHANCERY LYNDA SALLERS

JEANNETTE M. STARRICH Plaintiff der of the following certificates NO. 3656 Plaintiffvs.

Plaintiffvs. vs. DIVISION: .
has filed said certificates

ROBERT V. KINO for a tax deed to be issued MINNIE S. GURR JAMES SALLERS

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

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

description of the
RALPH F F. INLET MARINA MARINA MOTELAPTS. DefendantNo. : and the names In which property it was, BESSIE STRICKLAND his JAMES SALLERS

Week Certificate No. 119
& Ferris Street O. S. 17 North c/o Fleet Post Office Year of Issuance June 1. 1961 BRAMBELOW; JAMES LEON- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
CROSBY BOATS THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: San Francisco California ARD STRICKLAND if alive, FIED that a suit has been filed
(next to bus station) PHONE 234-3605 Description of Property Lot
REFRIGERATIONAND EE-ZY TRAILERS JOHN AUGUST STARISTCH YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- A Blk. 102 Except Parts Re- and the unknown spouse of against you in the above enti-

SALES & SERVICE PIANO SERVICE also known as FIED that a suit has been filed' corded in Deed Book No. 79 JAMES LEONARD STRICK- tled cause and you are hereby

AIR CONDITIONINGService OUTBOARD REPAIR JOHN AUGUST STARRICH against you in the above -entitled -: page 85. Deed Book 103 page LAND if alive and. if dead required to serve upon plaintiffs -

RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU cause and you are hereby 1 118, O. R. Book 1 page 156. & the unknown spouse heirs devises -, attorney whose name and

Hwy. 17 Orange Park GEORGE WEEKS ARE HEREBY NOTI- required to serve upon plaintiffs O. R. Book 6 page 285. Palmer grantees creditors. or i address appear hereon. your

Home Phone 284-978O Phone CO 4-9835 PIANO SERVICE FIED that a suit has been filed attorney whose name and & Farris Tract. Section 38 other parties claiming by.1 written defenses if any. to the

Business Phone 284-9431 Toning Repairing against you in the above enti- address appear hereon. your Township 6 Range 26E. Name through under or against the bill of complaint in said suit.

I INSURANCE tled cause and you are hereby written defenses if any. to the In which assessed W. B. Lu- said JAMES LEONARD copy of which is delivered to

GIN'S PHONE 284-3273 required to serve upon plaintiffs bill of complaint in said suit, cas. Sr. ETAL. STRICKLAND; ALONZO A. you herewith on or before July

st% Box 50 Hibernia Rt. attorney whose name and copy of which Is delivered to All of said property being in STRICKLAND unmarried: 22. A. D. 1963.

o- g RefrigerationAnd Air r.-. Green Core Springs address appear hereon. your you herewith on or before the County of Clay. State of NADENE STRICKLAND and i Herein fall not or decree pro

AT.ONW-- ----D E written defenses, if any, to the July 15th A. D. 1963. Florida. HOTl'lE FAYETTE STRICK- confesso will be entered againstyou

'MI' ConditioningSERVICE REAL ESTATE bill of complaint in said suit Herein fall not or decree pro Unless such certificate or LAND. for the reflief prayed in

copy of which is delivered to confesso will be entered againstyou certificates shall be redeemed Defendants the bill of complaint.

HERMAN E. REED CLARENCE you herewith on or before for the relief prayed in the according to law the property NOTICE OF SUIT THE NATURE OP SAID

Chrysler Airtemp Sales 400 W. Walnut St. B. LAZETTELiscensed July 8th A. D. 1963. bill of complaint. described In such certificateor THE STATE OF FLORIDA SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE.I .

Authorized Philco Phone 284-6721 Broker In Herein fall not or decree THE NATURE OF SAID certificates will be sold to TO ALONZO A. STRICK- hereby certify that a copy

Service Green Cove Green Cove Springs pro confesso will be entered SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE the highest bidder at the court LAXD Residence: California hereof has been mailed by

Day Ph. 284-368O Springs Since 1037 against you for the relief pray- WITNESS my hand and the house door on the first Mon- Men's Colony. Los Padres. Cali- United States Mail postage

Night 284-3492 ELECTRICAL ed in the bill of complaint.THE seal of said Court at Green day in Month of July. 1963. fornia; Mailing address: California prepaid to the defendent. at

8. Palmetto Homes Farms Acreage NATURE OF SAID SUIT Cove Springs. Florida this 11th which is the 1 day of July. 1963 Men's Colony. P. O. BoxE. the defendent's place of resi-

Green Core Springs I Atlas Electric & Mechanical 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 BEING FOR DIVORCE day of June A. D. 1963. Dated this .5 day of June. Room 2280. Los Padres. Cali- dence as stated in the plaintiffs -

WITNESS my hand and the GEORGE L. CARLISLE 1963. fornia; affidavit for constructive

APPLIANCES Company seal of said Court at Green Clerk Circuit Court SEAL JAMES LEONARD STRICK- service filed herein and in compliance -

.We do all types of electrical CAREY'S TRADING POST Cove Springs Florida this 6th By Estille Ridley George L. Carlisle LAND if alive and the un- with Section 48.13

BAKERAPPLIANCE wiring WE BUY SELL TRADE day of May A. D. 1963. Deputy Clerk Clerk of Circuit Court of known spouse of James Leon- Florida Statutes.

Three locations: GEORGE L. CARLISLE. (SEAL) Clay County Florida. ard Strickland if alive and. if WITNESS my hand and the

SERVICE INC. RAY SHIPP Clerk SCRUBY & YONGE dead the unknown seal of said Court at Green
1 15 E. Palmer St., Ph. 284-3280 Circuit Court June 6, 13, 20. and 27-p spouse.

Major Appliance Repairson Owner and Mamager C Warehouse & antiques old By Estillee Ridley Attorney for Plaintiff heirs devises grantees creditors Cove Springs. Florida this 19th

all makes of Phone 284-9228 Deputy Clerk ORANGE PARK. FLORIDA or other parties claiming day of June A. D. 1963.
Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave.e LEGAL NOTICE
washers, dryers etc. T. J. Jennings Jr. June 13, 20. 27. and July 4-p by. through under or against GEORGE L. CARLISLE

> "BIG TOP" tent Blanding James T. Norton the said James Leonard Strick- Clerk Circuit Court
New& Used Appliances for Sale IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
MOBILE HOMES Bird. At Ridgewood Attorney for Plaintiff LEGAL NOTICELEGAL II land. Residences: UNKNOWN; By Grace M. Carlisle
Heating Air-Conditloning CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDAIn
Furniture & appliances at Address: All parties having or claim- Deputy Clerk
Refrigeration CHANCERY
BUY OR TRADE bargain 8tfe SealP. NOTICE I ing to have any right title or (SEAL)
Phone 284-3542 pmas NO.
O. Box 372 i. Notce is hereby given that the I interest in the property described SAM B. WILSON
Located on Idlewild Ave. For Your Used Mobile Home. Board at County Commissionersof REBECCA '
Green Cove Springs Florida Clay County. Florida at the ANN ALTMAN, 'I in the Complaint filed Attorney for Plaintiff
Top Dollar Paid. Allow- Wegive"FirstHaircut" of the Assessor of Taxes
BIg request ,
PACKAGE STORE June 6, 13, 20, 27 'has extended the time for the Plaintiffvs. in this cause. 217 Guaranty Life Building
ance on Your Coach to Trade. completion of the Tax Rolls You are hereby notified thata Jacksonville Florida

Call) EV 4-5584 Collect., Certificates LEGAL NOTICK from the Second the First Monday Monday in July in July that to THOMAS JEFFERSON ALT- suit has been filed againstyou June 20. 27. July 4. 11

PAUL'SAll being the 8th day of July. 1963. MAN,
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES At eleven o'clock um. on that In the above entitled cause;

Inc. AliHAIRCUTS-$1OC NOTICE OF APPLICATION date the Board willmeet as a Defendant and that you are hereby required LEGAL NOTICEIN
Legal Bevsrag.sOpen
Board of Equalization the purpose -
of hearing complaints If OF SUIT to file your answer with the
8 A.M. 1 A.M.
JESSE M. BITTER any there be and receiving testimony THE STATE OF FLORIDA-
Orange Park Barber Shop as to the value of Clerk of this Court and to servea THE CIRCUIT COURT OK
DnTal 0>>1'1It)' Line) 284-9436 Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sec. 194.16, F. S. property the as fixed and assessedby any I TO: Thomas Jefferson Altman copy thereof upon the plaintiffs THE CIRCUIT FOURTH IV AND JUDICIAL FOR
County Assessor of Taxes
North of Orange Park 2.14 tfe location NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- (or the year 1963. ,Residence Unknown attorneys whose names CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA.
for 15
same over years EN, that Mrs. N. Lee Talbottthe Commissioners.Board YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- and address is: WILLIAM C IN CHANCERYNO.. 333

I __ ____._ ____ __ ___ I KINGSLEY & IIHVAY 17 holder of -the following certificates Clay County.of County FloridaBy I FIED that a suit has been filed GUTHRIE. JR.. and ARTHURT. FULTON SAVINGS BANK

has filed Mid certifi- Chairman: Luther Wilson against you in the above entitled BOONE 102 Florida Title KINGS COUNTY Plaintiff a corporation

.' OPDRTUNITYKNOCKS HERE ]I I FREE ESTIMATESALL cates for a tax deed to be is- George Clerk L. Carlisle cause and you are hereby Building. Jacksonville 2. Florida CHARLES L. ABBEY vs. and BEV-

__ WORK GUARANTEED sued thereon. The certificate. June ZOo ,%1. 1963.LEGAL II required to serve upon plaintiff's not later than July 30. A. D. KltiLY A. ABBEY Defendants his wife,

ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY numbers and years of issuance. ; attorney whose name and i 1963, -+ I NOTICE OF SUIT
the of the NOTICEI I address hereon TO: Charles L. Atfbey and Beverly -
FOR SALE HELP WANTEDA description property, appear your *If you fall to do so. decree A. Abbey his wife
and the names in which it was written defenses, if any, to the pro confesso will be entered C'10 Mr. Luther Abbey

FOR SALE -,4 bedroom WATKINS ROUTE In this Archie PadgettOn assessed are as follows: will not be responsible for bill of complaint in said suit against you for the relief demanded earning.U'-% Bridge New Street York

any bills or debts or purchases copy of whim: is delivered to in the Complaint.The You. Charles I* Abbey and
house Elsie Street Hill- area is open for semi-retired Kingsley Ave., Just Certificate No. 89 ;Sj:? Beverly A. Abbey are hereby
by anyone except myself now you herewith, on or before Juy nature of said suit be- notified; that a complaint to
top Section call 2843860. man or lady. Many semiretired East of Hwy. 17 Year of Issuance June 1, 1959 or in the future. foreclose a certain mortgage on
1 A. D. 1963.
ing for partition of the
25-tfc to Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 property the following described real property
people earn $50.00 $100.00per Description of Property Part GEORGE W. WILSON i ,
Herein fail not or decree pro in this cause together to-wlt:
week depending on time Orange Park. Fla. of Bik. 53 as recorded in Deed Lot It. Block 3. MEADOW-
June 20 21 4 & 11
confesso will be entered againstyou with an accounting of the BROOK. Unit 1 according to
FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 bedroom devoted to Route. Also have 1 Book 64 366 Bordens thereof
pages plat recorded IN Plat
for the relief prayed in the rents profits etc.. therefromand
mobile home on 2 fenced full time Route open. Maybeyou Oak St. S/D Plat Book 1 page Book 6. pages '7 and S of the
INSTRUCTIONS or SCHOOLSJOB LEGAL NOTICEI bill of complaint. that said property be sold current public records of
acres. Rock well. Located 3128 can Qualify. For personal 15. Clay County. Florida
FIFE NATURE OF SAID and the proceeds thereof distributed has been filed against you and
Peoria Rd., Doctors Inlet. Call interview in your area writeJ. Name in which aassessed
SECURITY Can be will not be responsible for SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE. in accordance witt you are required to serve a copy
Jax. EL 5.9041. Mrs. Mack. H. McGarlty'Box 627. Wil- : yours Jeannette .Lugo of your answer or pleading to
by preparing now for coming any bills or debts or purchasesby WITNESS my hand and the said accounting and the Inter- the complaint on the plaintiffs
liston Fla. 6-13. ZOo 27-c All of said property being in attorneys )Marks Gray. Yates
FOR SALE: Two boats. Rea- Civil Service Examinations.For anyone except myself, now seal of said Court at Green ests of the defendants therein Conroy & GIbbs 231 E. Forty

sonable. For .information call Information: Write-Advance the Florida.County of Clay State of or in the future. Cove Springs. Florida this WITNESS my hand and the and Street.fiLe Jacksonville the original answer Florida or

284-9301 6.20 FOR RENT -P. O. Box 218 Lady Arthur William Cushman .. 29th day of May A. D. 1963. seal of said Court at Green pleading) In the office of the
Unless such certificate Clerk of the Circuit
or Court in
Lake. Florida. Instructor StaffU. (Seal Cove Springs. Florida this 10th and for Clay County. Florida
FOR SALE: Two narrow rim FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom certificates shall be redeemed S. Coast Guard GEORGE L. CARLISLE day of June. A. D. 1963. on or before the 2tth day of

26" bicycle tires and tubes. Ex- house newly painted inside and JOB security can be yours by according to law the property Groton Conn. Clerk Circuit Court GEORGE L. CARLISLE Judgment July 1..3. If by you default fall to will dn II't h.-.
out. reasonable large yard appliances described in such certificate or taken against you for the relief
cellent condition. Phone 284 Grace Clerk of the
preparing: now for coming Civil June 7, 14, 21, 28 By 31. Carlisle demanded In the complaint
3166. turnished. Call Penney Service exams. Send certificates will be sold to the Deputy Clerk Circuit Court This notice shall be pirhlistielome
20tfc each week for four r?n, .
Farms. 5298211. highest bidder at the court e-
I SA.B.. WILSON By Grace M. Carlisle
address and phone number to cutlve weeks in The CLay County
i house door the first LEGAL NOTICEIN
on Monday
FOR SALE: New, Cartop 10-ft I NATIONAL TRAINING SERV- Attorney for Plaintiff Deputy Clerk DONE ANI" > ORDERED at
LOST in Month
Greenville of
City hospital. 1963 whichis
: July
ICE INC. Box A Clay CountyCrescent Address: June 20. 27. July 4. 11LF.G.L Green Cove Springs Florida
j 6-in. boat. Will take 10 hp S. C. pin-At Orange and the 1, day of July, 1963. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 217 Life this 2th dy of July: 1M3
Green Cove Springs Guaranty Building (SHAD
motor. 515 'V. Grove SU, GCS
Walnut St. June 14. Reward CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn
Fla. 2-8-1 Dated this 4 day of June Jacksonville, Florida OTICK George L. CarlisleClerk
Circuit ( art
Call 284.6611 between 8 a.m. 1963. CHANCERYNO. May 30, June 6, 13, & 20-c NOTICE OF SALE Clay County. Florida
and 5 3648 BY: Orae M. Carlisle
p.m.BUSINESS SEAL Notice is hereby- given that
WOMEN 18 to 55 PLUS ? ? ?
rune 27.
July 1942.
4. 11. 18.
: Man or woman Clarence T. Boone pursuant to a Final Decree
DOCTORS and DENTISTS: George L. Carlisle Foreclosure entered in cause
If you think you can sell cookware OPPORTUNITIES Plaintiffvs. LEGAL NOTICE numbered C-3C03. in the Circuit
china flatware Need women to train to be Clerk of Circuit Court of Court of Clay County. Florida.
; or con .
Profitable dealership available I will sell the property situated -
tact Paul L. Tate 5025 Romilly representing established .leading Assistants, Receptionist Office Clay County, Florida. Vera IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S in Clay County. Florida des

Dr. E. Jacksonville 10. Fla Florida Aluminum Product Management and Practical June 6, 13, 20, 27 p BooneDefendant COURT IN AND FOR CLAY cribed Lot Twenty-six as: (21)). Block

Give are and experience.627p Manufacturer. Prefabricated Home Nursing. Preliminary NOTICE OF SUIT COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Four (4). MEADOWBUOOK.
training given at home in your Unit No. 2. according to YOU ARE
units for the Building Trade LEGAL NOTICEI THE STATE OF FLORIDATO RE ESTATE OF plat recorded In Plat Book
spare time. For information 6. pages 12 end 13. of the DRIVINGBUNDI .
f and Home Improvement Fields address and : H. R. CLARK, (SR.), current public records of
phone number to
: will not be responsible for Vera Boone Clay County. Florida. -
Write P. O. Box 15175 Tampa
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES '"Careers" P. O. Box 218, Lady bills contracted by any other Togther with all structuresand !
Florida for details. 6-27 than myself.: D-S Gonzales Gardens improvements now and
Inc Lake, Florida. 5-30 6-20-c Helen N. Shaw NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo hereafter on said land and
South Carolina
WANTED: Good home fot June 2? July 4. 11 & IS Columbia. fixtures attached thereto
We Will Trade for Your Car, handsome collie. Call Kenneth YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- all creditors and all per- and all rents, issues proceeds
MEN-WOMEN 18 to 55 plus? and profits accruingand ao.
Furniture" Diamonds, or Anything Heisler 284-3733. 27-p LEGAL NOTICE FIED that a suit has been filed sons having claims or demands to accrue from said premises -
Motel or Resort Management.Men included
all of which are -
of Value on a New Mobile against you in the above against said estate. within the foregoing

Home. Women or Couples can IN THE COURT OF THE entitled cause and you are You. and each of you. are description and the haben-
i make high COOT ..JtDGECL.4 dum' thereof; also all gas.
salary plus
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES JONES & HALL NURSERYNow apart- -'COUNTY. FLORIDA hereby required to serve uponplaintiffs :hereby notified and required to steam electric 'water and
ment. Pick your own location PROBATE other heating cooking, refrigerating I
Inc. Open 7 Days A Week !. ret Estate .C LINNE DUNCAN attorney whose name :present any claims and demand lighting plumb-
6263: Roosevelt Blvd. Come Out Browse Around with our Placement Assistance I>_*...... and address appear hereon J which you or either of tng. ventilating Irrigating
Learn at home in To all creditors and person and power systems machines -
EV 4-5584 See Our Stock your spare having claims or demands your written defenses. if any, :you. may have against the appliances fixtures
of New time. For Personal Interview against said estate: to the bill of in said and appurtenances which
or Highway 13 South You complaint I estate of H. R. CLARK, A-K-A
and each of here-
Write you are now are or may hereafter
284-9436 Bridge, ,turn right at Collecove -P. O. Box by notified and required to pre suit copy of which Is delivered :HENRY RALPH CLARK and pertain to, or be used with, When at 50 mile per hour
218. Lake Lady. Florida. sent any claims and demands in. or on said premises even you to a vehicle
attempt pas
2-14 tic Store, follow signs. yhich you or either of yOu may to you herewith on or before :HENRY R. CLARK deceased though they be detached or
5-30 6-20-c have against the estate of MINNIE detachable.at without being able to see at least
July 15 A. D. 1963. late
of Clay
one-third of mile ahead.
DUNCAN, deceased late of a :
public sale to the highest I
. .
t I 1 111 I I n-i-M''i I n i 11 I 11 + i !"{ said County to the County Herein fall not or decree pro I County. Florida to the Honorable and best bidder for cash at the
'i 111ifr > :< 111 11 till 11111 f i 'i i 111 i i 111 i I J I Judge of Clay County. Florida Aft w 7**.Co.Sotfcy GrMotf>
north of the
front door Clay
at his office In the courthouseof confesso will be entered against : Thomas J. Rivers, County County Courthouse In Green

i i I. AREA DIRECTORY said county at Green Cove you for the relief prayed in the ,Judge of Clay County. Florida Cove Springs. Florida between
B.BUSINESS J Springs. FlOrida. within six cal- !!:tt a-m, and 2:99 p.mon July
I endar months from the time of bill of complaint. within six months from the 1C. 1963.COURT.
. . .
.....-,,--.- .- . . . . . . . . ,. ,. . ,. --.-,,-:....----:-. '!. .-l-g--v: :-T-.,-. the tice.first Each publication claim or demand of this shall no THE NATURE OF SAID 1 date of the first publication of ( GEORGE SEAL)U CARLISLE
be In -writingand hall state the SUIT BEING FOR Divorce. this notice. CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy I
place of residence and post office Grace M. Carlisle
EQUIPMENT address of the claimant, WITNESS my hand and the Each. claim or demand must Deputy>> Clerk

AIR BASE FURNITURE CO and claimant shall his/her be sworn agent to by or the attorney seal of said Court at Green :be in writing and must state J.Florida TURNER Title BUTLER Building

Fine Furniture EASTERLING PHARMACY AMEr.ANOFFICE and any such claim or Cove Springs Florida this 10th the place of residence and post Jacksonville 2. Florida -
demand not so filed shall be ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFs
Carpeting Appllaacee SUPPLY CO.Llo.d void. day of June A. D. 1563. office address of the claimant / C. OUTHRIE JR.
Complete Bone Furnishings T. J. Jennings. Jr. GEORGE L. CARLISLE Florida Title Building l !
Reliable and Y
1 Prescription ,Service As executor of the Last Will : must be sworn to by the Jacksonville 2. Florida
5053 Re evelt Blvd. E. Jones Jr. Owner
and Testament of LJNXIE Clerk Circuit Court claimant, his agent or his attorney OF COUNSEL
Jacksonville EV 7-4011 D DUNCAN deceased.: June 27LAWN
Complete Cosmetic Dept.
Specialists: In June 27. July 4. 11. It. By Vivian H. Sohm or it will become void -

TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Deputy Clerk according to law.
Supplies-Office Equipment J rOB THE BEST la aII-r>I at
PBC1I'OS-PJctua' appearing May 16th. 193. NEED MOWING: We
Pacemakers mad PeerleaAir
Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries Sam B. Wilson -Jeanette A. Clark gd printing th CK SCENT
j try -
,. Stream for Travel in the CRESCENT may hetJuoack ffer expert laws care; BMW-
Complete Line Attorney for Plaintiff As Eveutrix of the
Used Trailers-Bank Greeting THE
Financial CRESCENT
purchased -
PRESS. CYC. The fries
in Efficient:
trimming raldag
6O17 Roosevelt Blvd. 20M Blanding BlvtL.BY Cards for $1.25. Phone 2431K. 217 Guaranty Life Building Estate of H.R. Clark.Sr,
BCTTS MOBILE HOMES. EfO Jacksonville Florida Deceased service. Reasonable prices. CaD J 1* right.THURSDAY .

XV>f-167 Jaek..aYilJe *-tTil 2855-57 Park St. Jacksoarffi June 13. 20. 27. and July! 4-p. June 6. 13. 20. 27 ZU.J1SF ._ .

.', (!May{ CQtaunttj fflresceut ._ y_. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1965....
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