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: July 4, 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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'I ''lION (!ItaV County! (EmGREEN ot Main co Uan'I _

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j The Base : City Gets The Green Light

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GCS 9 i. City of Green Cove Springs sought validation of Clay County ever latch onto any of the interna-

Jr ri /y Rol i $775.000 in revenue certificates this week after Judge John tional space: race billions in dollars and cents?

economy McNatt threw out another suit in Circuit Court seeking to Within yelling-distance (125 miles) of Canaveral the

halt purchase of the naval station by the city. heart of the nation's rocketry. Clay County is today so near

record pace with the opening, Attorney Berwick Anderson filed a petition in Circuit and yet so far from the massive spending program it might ;
as well be in the middle of Outer Mongolia..
this week of Burlington In- Court Monday to validate the water and electric revenue certificates -
Is it possible this might in the next ?
dustries' reactivated stretch which will finance purchase of the idle base in the decade change

yarn plant and an unexpected event the federal government accepts the city's high bid of It might.Twentyfive .
4r WO.t $750,000. miles of the County fronts on the St. Johns
acceleration of at TM
Anderson filed the petition less than four days after River. Houston Texas with far less natural harbouring poten-
Trailer Manufacturing Com- tial to offer, has. within two decades become
an importantport
I Judge McNatt refused to grant an injunction to three tax-
pany's plant beyond the Naval W payers seeking to halt the city from borrowing $750,000 in er entry. Why not Green Cove?

base on the river. -v .. interim funds to purchase the base until the revenue certifi- The change will depend on two main factors: construc-

Conway Owings manager of cates aresold.. tion of the cross-Florida barge canal and Green Cove's cap

Burlington's operation in Green The ruling last Thursday came after several weeks of ability in competing for canal commerce with some degreeof

Cove returned to the local mill ::: legal manuevering by the plaintiffs in two suits which Anderson success against Jacksonville and Palatka. In the view of

with high praise for the train- I, said were filed simply "nuisance action to delay the most informed observers it can be done. It won't be easy.

ees who spent four weeks un- -'.__.-' --Y.= _,._ __,. ____,__ _,,_,_._ I city's bid for the base. From Huntsville. Ala., where many of the giant roc- N

der an intensive training pro- Approximately 110 Coun- Also Susan Kenney. Lyn- Jack Bush, Billy Christmas The first suit was filed in April by the same three kets are contrived; or from Michoud La., near New Orleans i

gram at Burlington's plant in ty youngsters left on Mondayto da Kirker Susan LaRue Dale DeMay Wayne Denmark taxpayers. Rex Smith of St. Johns County. G. E. Wiggins of where they are tested to Canaveral, where they' are launched

High Point. N. C. spend the week at the Sara Pare Long Flora L. Mickey Downing, Victor Keystone Heights and Frank Canova of Green Cove Springs.The there are several routes. A crow's route would measure either

Machinery for the plant 1E State 4-II club camp at Looney Sylvia Lynch Marsha E. DuPree Mike Eichorn I suit is believed to have been instigated and financed by distance at something like 500 miles. As they now come down

arriving daily and the first Cherry Lake near Madison. McCormick, Christine Michael Elliott Donald Fullerton the Committee of 100 which favors instigated and financed by the Gulf and around Florida's tip through the Florida Sraits

stretch yarn a fabric which They are expected to return Manassa. Christine Marcy Jack Geiger Mike at a lower bid of 621400. up the Atlantic coast and into the Inland Waterway the distance : -

1, may revolutionize the clothing tomorrow. Ruth Maxwell, Rebecca Geiger and John Geoghagan.Also The first suit attacked the constitutionality of a Senate is better than 2,000 miles. It is a time and dollar-con-

industry, was due to be pro- Divided about equally between Meek Christel Milberger Wayne Griffin, bill passed by the Legislature authorizing the city to issue revenue suming voyage when time and dollars are of the essence.

, duced this week. boys and girls the Janet Miller, Artie Mulford John Groner, Daniel M. certificates to finance the base. This suit was quickly The cross-Florida barge_ canal could change all this

e Mr. Owings who is still county contingent will be accompanied Cathy Murdaugh Evelyn Harper Michael C. Harper disposed of by Judge W A. Stanly who ruled that the Legis- Something like 700 miles could be cut off the present route

by E. D. McCall, Norris Nancy Novak Joyce Francis Harris, Jr. Bobby lature has this authority under the State Constitution. The And what benefited the transportation of massive rocket parts
house-hunting in Green Cove I
agricultural extension agent; Ann Petty and Mary F. Hawkins, Robert Donald Jef- plaintiffs appealed this decision to the District Court. would benefit the shipment and consumer cost of
spent this week in supervisingthe I
Mrs. Margaret Nelson home Poppell. fers Richard Koza, Fred The suit settled Thursday by Judge McNatt sought an commercial commodities.
renovation of the plant to
accomodate the machinery. demonstration agent' ; Sandra Also Karen M. Rivers Unsley Duane Lowe, John injunction to prevent the city from borrowing interim money President Kennedy has. at long last, asked the Congress -

new Reese assistant home demonstration Gale Ann Shearer Denise McCall Ronald E. McEIroy, from the Florida National Bank and the Bank of Green Cove.It for $1 million to start construction of the canal total

He is working in close cooperation agent; George Smart, Janice Snellgrove. Bruce Magnire Craig-Maguire was argued on three occasions extending over a period of cost: $157 million and Senator George A. Smathers has said
with the nucleus of Jr. assistant agricultural Carol Ann Spearman. Donna Gerald Mooneyham
Owens three weeks. he believes the funds will be forthcoming this year.
his staff which it is said, will extension agent, and Studebaker Susan Svendsen Michael Mnrrhee, and Ric-
Since a decision en disposal of the base is expected at Actually it Is generally conceded the nation's water-
number 150 to 200 persons by Airs. Owens. D I a n n e Swanson. Joanne kie Murrhee.
time the city needs this interim to the fed-
any money pay ways will play an increasingly vital role in the interatlonalspace
the end of the the Swanson. Gale Warner Bet Also Charlie Owens Con-
year. Girls attending camp eral government as full payment Is necessary within 60 days race. Ships barges and tugboats are being lined to
Meanwhile. TM Trailer now are: ty Watkins Roberta Wells rad F. Parker H Gerald after a decision. It will probably take a minimum of six move the church-size rockets to their launching pads.

has approximately 25 local em- Debbie Jean Agin. Chris- Wendy Wicks Annette Wil- Payton Jack Raleigh Wade months to get the bonds validated and sold as the Supreme In the
of the
DuPree. liams Theresa Williams, and (Buck) Rivers Scott Smith case planned Nova a rocket powerful
ployes and has rented an ad- tine Banta, Suzette Court must also rule on bond validations.In enough to shoot
Norlene J. Elliot Jenny Fisher Kathi Willett.Boys Joey Sabotta John Gordon a railroad train to the moon it will requirea
ditional building to be used for the final arguments on the suit Thursday. Attorney barge 100 feet wide. Such a barge could not navigate the
Jennifer Spearman Jon Barry Stump,
, offices and for storage. The Marlene Foy I Lacy Mahon. Jr.. of Jacksonville who represents the plaintiffs projected cross-Florida barge canal whose locks will be
Glenda F. Gillies attending the camp David Talbott Eddie Taylor, only
building, directly in front of Gibson confined his arguments to the city's ability to repay the loan 80 feet wide. But the Nova Is still In the planning stages and
E. Herndon Alma Mike Tower Terry Turner
the company's manufacturingplant Marjie 11n three years as required by law in the event the revenue will be years In the making.
hunter Carolyn Jensen. Willie Anderson Edwin Robert Underwood, Ronnie
on Highway 16. just be- I bonds are not validated.The .
Marsha Jones, Pattie Kem- Baker, John Barber Jimmy Wall, John W. Warren, Jr., Meanwhile Green Cove's docking facilities with
yond the Naval base will be renovated city's current budget was filed in evidence show-
per, Karen Kenney. and Boivin, Jimmy Booth Don Brian M. Wells, anJ Charles proper and adequate dredging by the US Army Corps of En-
to suit the company' 1 I Lynda Kenney. Bowles, Robert Bozeman, Wise. ing that the city nets only about $120,000 annually from sale gineers could transform the City Into an Important port.:

needs, according to Herald of electricity and its share of state cigarette taxes. Edward Wiggins of Keystone has suggested that Green

Mundorff president. I Mahon argued that it would be impossible to repay Cove
might become
a vital free trade
zone: an area Into
Sandra the finalists
Mr. Mundorff said that his CD Answers 13 Among 10 the bank loan in three years in the event the revenue certificates which foreign goods might be shipped without payment of

problem was not one of selling are not validated. Anderson argued that it was the tariffs until these goods are bought and moved out of the
his company's product but of Calls in JuneThe city's plan all along to repay the loan after the certificatesare free trade zone.

validated. This; is stated in the bank commitment which
meeting the demand. Two trail- Nearly everyone Is agreed that the potentials offeredby
County Civil Defense rescue -
was also filed in evidence.
ers'-plus were produced this the prospective cross-Florida canal by the proximity of
week and production is sched- unit answered 13 calls Mahon's strategy proved puzzling to some spectatorsat Canaveral and its near-certain grown by the need for a

uled to move up to four within during June according to RayE. the hearing as he had received a week's delay from Judge "route to the Indies" the motivation of Columbus In seek-

the next few weeks.Employment Chance, director. McNatt to amend his petition attacking the methods by which ing a shorter road to vital trade areas which would be provided -
; the city planned to utilize the base. During the final hearing by the canal and finally by the possibility of convert-
at TM. accordIng -
to Mr. Mundorff, be! Among them first aid was however nothing was mentioned about utilization of the baseas ing the port of Green Cove Into a free trade zone these
may a
administered to a 12yearoldboy had been anticipated.In and other factors point to a bright future.
in excess of 50 by Christmas.
f I who drowned in Smith denying the Injunction Judge McNatt ruled that Nearly everyone Is agreed that the achievement of such

Lake and to two persons suffering the city must repay the bank loan within three years as required a growth will require experience and skill and co-operation.

Madaris Resigns I I heart attacks. by state law with funds derived from sale of electri- Jacksonville 25 miles to the north of Green Cove on

city, water the cigarette tax and from lease of the base pro- the St. Johns has such experience and skills. Palatka. 35 miles
The Civil Defense organization perty as specified in the Senate bill. south and four times the size of Green'
The Rev. A. E. Madaris pas I Cove, can acquire them.
, tor of Green Cove's First Bap: plans to ask teh purchaser Surprisingly. Mahon viewed this as a victory for the As the underdog In the race. Green Cow-win. need to'calf on
of the Naval base at Green I a a : rC the he its most and
plaintiffs denied."I daring
tist Church for the past three : a h x S although injunction sought was imaginative talents.
Cove for the use of two am- :
has I don't believe the city can borrow money under those
years resigned to accepta munition bunkers to be usedas by *,.1.*,
call to head the Faulks Bap- restrictions. he proclaimed after the hearing. MI also feel
fallout shelters and
as emer-
tist Church in Wingate. N. C. gency operating centers. that the restrictions will Influence the GSA to sell the property Two Small Girls Drownf.
to the state since the city's financial position is now
Mr Madaris. who is a nativeof "
uncertain. .
Tuscaloosa Ala., came to
.a I When it was pointed out to Mahon that the city had In Different Accidents
Green Cove from AsheboroN. Phillip Amara
intended all along to repay the loan from the revenue certificates -

C.Mr. 4 Mahon snorted that the revenue certificates havent
and Mrs. Madaris and Services for Philip Amara. 'I Two little girls one 2 yean old and the other 17-
been validated by a long shot.Be offeredno reasonV' 11ow

their youngest child Patsy Lee who died suddenly on Sunday, A? .3 ever. why the certificates: would not be validated. I Cove months-old Springs drowned and Keystone In separate Heights.accidents Sunday near jQreen ...

plan to leave the end of the were held at the First Baptist Anderson expressed what appeared to be amusement
month. ; : Jean Marie l eefe, daughter. of Mr. andMrs..Jack Keefe
Another daughter is I 1 :
Green Mahon's "
Church. Cove on Tues- z at comment on the ruling, : '
married to a Baptist minister & a I Srof Jacksonville drowned in Hutchinson Lake near-iKcy-

and a son is a ministerial stu day. Mr. Amara who was 62 i stone Heights when the boat In which her4 family was Tiding
dent. years old last week died following : 'swamped and sank.

; : that the bank commitment we now have will still be honor- I Donna Gall
a heart attack while 1 Hooper. 17 months old. drowned at the
ed. We also anticipate no difficulty in validating the revenue
visiting friends in St. Augus- ,. s Palmo Fishing Camp across the St. Johns River In St. Johns

RACE TRACK FUNDS certificates. County. The child fell into a boat slip early Sunday morning

NETS COUNTY $206,800 tine.A native of Augusta. Italy \ n ) ? 1 Mahon also commented that he Interpreted the ruling when she and her three-year-old brother wandered off from
as forcing the city to Issue revenue certificates. rather thanI their
t grandmother's borne.
Mr. Amara had lived In Green
State Comptroller Ray E Cove more than.25 years. He ., : ; I borrow money. He said that was the real Intention in filing Everette Fox chief of the Keystone Heights Volun-

Green said today checks for was a retired wholesale_. seafood \ X the suit.In teer Fire Department, said the Keefe child's: family were in a
$7.800 are being mailed to each dealer. h <- seeking validation of the bonds which will be repaid boat about 30 feet- train '1slidre hi sl it'_'Q'feet of water. He

of the 67 counties. It is the He leaves his widow. Mrs Sandra Faye Stump reigning Miss Clay County plac- over a long period of years the city is pledging its revenue said the small boat. was yrobably, Overwhelmed by waves from

final payment from the race Helen Gustafson Amara. and ed high among the 10 finalists in the Miss Florida Pageant. from sale of water and electricity plus funds it receives other boats. The child'j parents .and"wb other children ages

rack tax fund for the current three sisters in Italy. Youngest of all the finalists she was one of the three top I i from its share of state cigarette taxes which were increased 5 and 6. managed to i mate it: to ''ahor The child's body was

fiscal period. Pall bearers were Salvadore: winners in both swim suits and evening gowns in her group. I by three cents a. package effective Monday. recovered about 20 minutes after the accident

The comptroller said the Daniele. Carmelo T r i n gall Sandra's talent "The Ballad of the Heart Weavers" was The city commission and Anderson have expressed Deputy Sheriff Ellis Moody of Orangedale said. the

payment brings the total received John Salvador. Angelo Militelli confidence that the base will pay for itself from lease of Hooper child, whose parents lire at Tarpon Springs, had been
well received by the audience when she gave it in the pre-
this fiscal by each coun- S. J. DeGrande. and John buildings for industry and recreational purposes. The city visiting with her grandmother Mrs. Cleo Artis. for the past

ty from the race track tax Fazio all of St. Augustine: andE. liminaries and when she presented it again daring the final has received a number of offers relating to release of the month. Mrs. Artis was cooking: breakfast in her home about

fund to $206,800. the highestin C. Baus of Green Cove. night of judging. In a field of 40 top girls throughout the facilities in the event the property Is acquired.: 100 yards from the camp when the children wandered away.

the history of the tax. Each Burial was in Hickory Grove. state described: by the press and the executive director of the The next developments In the struggle will be a final Nobody saw the child fall in the water due to the early boors

county last year received $201.- Arrangements were made by Miss Florida Pageant as the best in years Sandra held her decision from the bank on the interim money and a decision except her brother. The body was receovered shortly after the

000. Helm Funeral Home. own in competition with 19, 29 and 21 years olds. from GSA on how it plans to dispose: of the property. accident.h .


Clay]: (Eounttj: (Eresttttf: THURSDAY, JULY 4. 19U

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(ffav( cnintesccuf! : -- r ottikkcr FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS ..1.I ": -j,

\ GRONER ,. By Fred O. J..aso Jr.. Chamber ol Commerce are coop Farms
-, by DUNCAN erating with the Council ,in the ; Penney
"We are fighting by ourselves alone; but we are not The fourth of July would not be the fourth of July Chairman distribution of materials participating -

fighting for ourselves'alone we await undismayed the impending without some reverent bow to the ancient adage about "liberty The Florida Council of 100 in the actual campaignand Reporter: MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8131

assault. We must show ourselves equally capable of ind equality.' Under the direction of Council carrying out the myriad of

meeting: a sudden violent shock or what is perhaps a harder Tm sorry. I can't do it. members Byron C. Shouppc, pres details required in such an opera- Mrs. F. Shisler has been host looking forward to a most delightful -

test a prolonged vigiL But be the ordeal sharp or long, or I recorded in this column some weeks ago my opinionhat ident. Southern Tours. Inc. St tion.Also to her daughter and son-in- triP.it .

both, we shall seek no terms, we shall tolerate no parley; we one of the few unsullied words in the English language i Petersburg, and Benjamin H. Oeh- participatine are the Hotel law. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius

may show mercy we shall ask for none. gas "character." It is my considered opinion that there are lent Jr., vice president The Coca and attractions motel and associations w>"v. nwnv various other Q. S. Banta of Andover. Mass. easy in driving arriving

i Winston S. Churchill [10 two words in the language so defiled, so over-used, misused Cola Co.. Orlando chairman: and organizations.,: Mr. Banta teaches mathematics here (Ocean Grove N. J.) on

14 July 1910 md utterly ravished as the words "liberty and equality." Theyire vice chairman l"CSI.e-tivc1y of the Arranwments have been made and Mrs. Banta teaches Tuesday June 25th. It is hot

so much heard in independence day orations round the courtesy campaign' committee, the: for the Goodyear blimp to be at organ at Phillips Academy. here at Ocean Grove in the

r world, in the halls of the United Nations in the Congress statewide drive to greet touriststo : the disposal of the courtesy campaign middle of the daY but we en-
Massed Florida got underway January committee throughout the ; nice ocean breezes in the
Opinion"We and from the mouths of Communists joy
and all the state legislatures; L I Miss Maud Syvret left last
i two month period, and many I 'morning and evening. Expectto
dictators, pity tyrants ward-heelers politicians and. The massive campaign involves I individuals already have seen the week for visits with friends at
Saturday morning -
chose the forms of political life under which we plain jackasses, they have lost any meaning they may ever I all news media in the state along. blimp flash; the messages of erecting t Roanoke and Staunton. Va. leave early Willimantic
live and it is our duty to scrutinize them from season to season lave with official state agencies various at both the Gator and Orange: and arrive

if we would keep them incorrupt and suitable to our use. had.Who has liberty or equality? civic organizations and grouP. Bowl games: respectively.Radio Mrs. George Harvey will Connecticut in the afternoon.
if they arose is highly business associates and too and television stations Signed Frank and Mollie Gracey. -
We talk of statesmanship and policy sometimes as No American citizen where "liberty for Boston tomorrow to
out of institutions; but we know they do not. They are the steemed is at liberty to keep the money he earns; or to many individuals to attempt to and newspapers all over the state Mrs. F. N. .'
visit her daughter,
been asked conduct "Miss
list have to
of individual initiative and of individual strength of withhold from the federal government full information as to -
children Smile" contests attempt to Schlegel, for a month or more,
have as we
Some 15 billboards The Rev. and Mrs. HenryW.
character. The framers of our Constitution in this country where( he earned it, what it cost him to earn it and then locate the with the Baltimore to
strategic lady and then to
are being placed at young go Bock left Monday for Asheville -
made a great deal of institutions; but after all institutions only pay> through the nose for his labors. highway locations 1 throughout prettiest smile since a smile Is a visit another daughter. Mrs will stay in
create the condition under which action must be planned; Though the Bill of Rights guarantees me the inalienable Florida welcoming tourists to real sign of friendliness the beginning Thomas Pilsch. for another N. C. They

they do not breed action. No government will run itself. The right to believe or not to believe, I have the gravest kindf this friendly land of sunshine.All of courtes"AH month six weeks. Statesboro Monday night, go-

excellence of any form of government depends upon the pro- -- doubts that any such right really exists. A man of the cloth daily and weekly newspapersin of this is designed to Impress I i or ing on to Asheville the next

vision it has made for the action of those who conduct it and said to me the other day he didn't really know whether I was Florida were requested to in- on the visitors who are morning. They have rented an
flocking into Florida in ever I The Rev. and Mrs. John A. there and expect to
choose its policies. It gets its character from what they find a Christian. Since I had a feeling he needed something to wor- I augurate our campaign with edi- apartment
greater numbers that we truly are .I write from PlymouthN. unlessit
possible to do. The men who chose our present form of govern ry about, I referred him to my inalienable rights without com- torials of welcome published asdose glad they are here and that we stay through
to New Year's Day as possible. H. that they are enjoying too cold.
ment made much of law and of method because they were mitting myself. And yet, as the editor of a newspaper in Clay hope they will return to visit us gets
The newspapers were supplied lovely weather. Their permanent -
engaged in a work of actual creation . County (or any other county.) I believe things would go very with a suggested editorialas again and again as the years
summer address is Romney SundaY July 7th. will
"By what legerdemain are you to get anything done'Shall hard for me if I professed myself an atheist. well as mats and photographs pass.
nation through, and equality I had We decided to conduct this Depot N. H. be Communion Sunday at the
you convince one man at a time the Perhaps in this land of liberty depicting friendly Florida.
assume that your neighbor counts for as much in affairs as better add I am not an atheist. However one of my children Television and radio stations allover campaign after we discovered in 11 o'clock worship service. The
of other tourist areas that I
anyone else hazard the fortunes of the nation upon a chance who was christened by a Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal the state received filmed or the surveys one thing which consistentlyleft Last Saturday's storm with Rev. C. F. Schriver will preach

concurrence of opinion? Policy where there is no absolute Church has as one of his God fathers a Jew and one of the taped greeting messages from a favorable impression on its sharp lightning caused some and the Rev. C. M. Ackermanwill

and arbitrary ruler to do the choosing for a whole people- most delightful men I ever met was the Pasha of Marrakesh Gov. Farris Bryant and some 30! tourists was the friendliness with damage for those living around assist.

means massed opinion and the forming of the mass is the a Morrocan prince, who was a Moslem. What I am trying to members of the Council with\, the which they were treated by the Ohio Avenue and Route 16 in :Mr. Marshall Meriam will
America is judged to a great degree request that they be used as a residents of the state in which Penney Farms. Mrs. GertrudeA. teach the lesson in the com-
t whole art and mastery of politics. say is that even in a man public service during Januaryand
Wilson before he fits the they are visiting.It Post and the Travassos sisters bined Bible classes at 10 o'clock
(Excerpts from an address of Woodrow by what he appears to be. And the more February to welcome our

the Virginia Bar Association in 1897 15 years before his elec- common mould, the less suspicious are his neighbors. millions of tourist !)f the was.Council therefore.] to try t>to. instill decision! in had their hot water Mr.heat-and Sunday School session.
tion to the Presidency.) Equality? Some 500.000 ""mTns: Orange" Floridians the importance of roOd ers burned out

Who has it and what does it mean? buttons and posters are bung distributed nM fashioned; courtesy as a stimulant Mrs. J. Archibald's stove was Mr. and Mrs. William F

Is there, in the whole State of Florida anyone who for wearing or posting in to what still i ilr! ourAll c tp'r damaged. All were thankfulthe Kenney brought Mrs. Raymond

The Monroe Doctrine equals John Fitzerald Kennedy in power? Or his father in conspicuous places and all of! -r test J..mstt-v-touncm.. damage was no worse. Summers of Grand Blanc, Michigan -
them carry the theme of the thpCp line effort w*"
nf Mrs. Kenney
inte- aunt
wealth? Or Winston Churchill in political sagacity or
friendliness of Floridians. rail. however\ tiniest vat the In-
grity? Or Dame Myra Hess in pianistic virtuosity? Or Dwight Mrs. Paul Murphy of Ohic to the morning worship service
The Florida Development Commission "iviri".1 I"OOorrntp Plraso 'r& toIo
Requiescat PaceRay ''Eisenhower's (and my) favorite American artist Andrew Wyeth the State Chamber oi, rnc"tly t'r't'v''e our visitor Avenue Penney Farms, left of the Penney Memorial

''in the ability to paint a picture? Comm""f' and the State Junioi --i tt'P Monday to visit her three Church at Penney Farms last

Chance, the County's able and conscientious Civil De- I Our liberties are circumscribed by laws that are, in daughters and will be gone Sunday.

fense director is not wasting his time. i theory anyway promulgated to protect the other fellow; and about three months.

,' For the hard truth is that we may. within the next year or I by conventions that are self-protective. Convention in India --- Mrs. Edna Empson. formerlya

so, face the choice of waging a war or facing a communized I says a person should be a Hindu else he is suspect. In Pakistan Mrs. B. G. Jackson visiting resident of the Memorial

Western Hemisphere.There convention says he must be a Moslem. In Boston. I suppose in Portland. Maine, reported Home Community and a registered

was a time when John F. Kennedy was telling his opponent one is better off if he is a Roman Catholic. These are that the temperature was nurse has returned to

in the Presidential race that the United States must all conventional infringements on the sacred theory of per- 90 degrees at the time of her take charge of the M. H. C

toughen-up its attitude toward Cuba. Dwight Eisenhower. Sen- sonal liberty that is preached around the globe. Liberty and writing while the week to before Clinic during the absence of

ator Kennedy kept repeating was soft on Castro. equality are not absolute; in fact they are very relative. it had been down to 50 Mrs. Irene Crawford who has

When the Moment of Truth came. Mr. Kennedy was.. makingthe From a personal point of view liberty and equality are degrees. Mrs. Jackson will go gone to California for a vaca-

decisions. Our biggest guns were zeroed in on Havana and actually becoming more threadbare as time goes on. The law to Long Island to visit her son toin of one month.

then Mr. Kennedy began to talk. He hasn't stopped talking since of the land says and if it doesn't say it today it will before returning to the Memorial -

then and every word he has spoken has been a eulogy over the within a matter of months that as the owner of a public Home Community aboutthe The Rev. and Mrs. Bennett

dead body of the Monroe Doctrine. eating place I do not have the liberty to say to another man middle of July. Curtis have been visiting rela-

t The Bay of Pigs was the sorriest sty the United States ever that he may not be served. Neither does it say that I am that Little League NewsDue lions in New York State and

got itself into. What followed was, if possible,. worse. Withdraw man's equ-.l else I would be able to deny him patronage.I Mrs. H. Schuchart and are heading back to Memorial

I t your OFFENSIVE weapons we told the USSR. Khrushchev am thus his servant under the present reading of the Uni- to bad. weather: (rain) the Little League cham- J. W. Miller left Sunday' Mrs.1' Home Community now.

r shipped something back to his own elysian fields. Cuba remained ted States constitution.It between Coca Cola and Cities Service were ing for Pe msylvani .
must all recognize we live under a pionship games Schuchart' visit her son in Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mer
seems me we declared
and remains a Soviet colony. cancelled and Coca Cola and Cities Service were co-
.And in Latin America. Venezuela Columbia Uruguay even government of abridged liberty and equality. Anyone is free champs of Green Cove Little Leaguers. Williamsport for a week. Then lam received a card from the

Brazil are ripe for revolution. Their people thrive and have to rail against it. There are some who think that railing is Twenty-five boys were selected by their managers to she and Mrs. Miller will gc bride and groom the Rev. and

thriven for decades on turmoil. The United States, run by vote-getting. It's a losing battle and the sooner we stop talk- participate in the All Star try outs. Practice for these boys I' on a guided bus tour starting Mrs. Frank Gracey They

the Kennedy tribe must soon face the stern decision: is the ing about liberty and equality as if they were absolutes; and started on Wednesday evening 26th of June and will be held from Reading. Pennsylvania wrote Thank you again for

Monroe Doctrine outdated or will we fight against any European start reacting to reality, then and only then will we really every evening at 7 pin until the District Tournament. By and going to Oregon. Washington your great contribution. We
covert the world to the principles of democracy. They British Columbia. Banff followed your advice and took
intrusion in the affairs of our hemisphere.._ begin to names, the boys selected are: Cliff Temple John Spearman.
t t imperfect they were devised by men. Ricky Pringle and Lake Louise. They are
are::I very ; Ricky Koza, Wayne' Miles, Jack Coon. Jerry Coon. I

Lon Custer, James Padgett, Fred Linsley, James Bovine, I

Freedom Abridged Old Liberty Bell Brian Wright, Max Wilson. Mike Knight Marc Geiger, John I ..TIS A FACT!

I Stone, Clarence Peeples, James Corbin. Ed Knowles, Vernon -

Willis, Ronnie Willis. Charles Bailey, Kevin Morley, Ray
Goldthwaite. who has been Com "
Vice Admiral Robert
rar across the lonsome prairie. Sapp and Mike Williams. Of all creatures who lived
mander of what the Navy chooses to call the Western Sea officials attended a district
Heard above the coyotes yell Green Cove Little League 200,000.000 years ago,
Frontier (the Pacific Ocean) will\, take over on Saturday as tomes the sounds of bugles blowing. meeting at Jacksonville Beach last Saturday where plans were : only the cockroach (most

Commander of Fleet Air Jacksonville with the rank of rear And the clear loud tones of old Liberty's bell. drawn up for this years District Tournament, which will be : primitive of tht winged In-

admiral. held in Green Cove Springs starting at 7 pjn. July 22nd I sects) has survived-virtually 7 J
:) again her tones are swelling.
Why would a three-star admiral take a job as a two- nce through Friday 26th July with two games per night. Green I I unchanged. As large and rpow.rful -
As on that day. dinosaurs ,
star admiral? at 9 on Monday night the 22nd' as
-Vhen she proclaimed to all men. Freedom. Cove plays its first game p.m. they lacked the
Admiral Goldthwaite. a grandson of a distinguished of Jacksonville. Teams entered are two from
I And the right to live and work and pray. against southside adaptability to survive in a
Alabama senator; a great nephew of two justices of the United Jacksonville Beach two from Southside Jacksonville, Orange changing world. /

States Supreme Court one of them eulogized by President 'Then we cradled her in safety. Park and Green Cove.

Kennedy in his "Profiles In Courage" is not a very good Ameri- Placed her in a hall of fame. Little League Field is under going a complete face lift- a

can. He said what he thought not what the US Navy told Ve! passed off in peaceful slumber. : ing. New restrooms have been added, new fence and new dug-

him to think. Trusting her to guard the name. outs will be installed prior to the District Tournament.The .
of the bill of rights says: "Congress must be cre- damr
The first article And she bore her trust serenely success of this Little League season

shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, Never sleeping the long years through dited to a small number of people, plus the merchants of town. f I y '.

or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the .fust a cracked and broken relic The city officials and school board officials are to be com- : i.

freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people A phantom sentinal tried and true. mended for their co-operation and help. Mr. and Mrs. CUs- I Entomologists estimate

y i peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a ter, Mr. Frazier Bailey, Mrs. F. L Robertson and Mrs. Pat f -X yv\_ that there are as many insects -
redress of grievances." But again today she's calling Masters contributed many hours of labor to insure a success- II in! every square mil.

_ the In loud tones of ringing Zeal the guidance of Mr. Rufus Tucker of earth's surface as there
I Freedom of speech has become freedom to speak ful season and of course .
thus to wake the nation. *- humans on the entire
accepted line. Admiral Goldthwaite made a military faux Trying whose efforts make this whole program possible. A vi \art
4 To the danger near and real. planet. Ask any home
pas. He thought the lines meant what they said. h.11 surely
gardener -
J '
She has done her faithful duty I ''r 1. verify this fact.

Guarding all the long years through
Hill .
OBSERVE Now she calls all men to action. Clay "" '

Action quick and straight and true. rt. rand 'i"!k r
Evil: forces have attacked us, Reporter: I Insects, weeds, drought, poor soil'

WATER SAFETY We must fight if we would win. Nellie Wilkinson of Clay Hill Rev. Bennett and wife I disease can play havoc with '
lawn and garden-but none
We must keep Old Glory floating spent a part of last week in from the Marietta curch were : your short
I can do more damage in a
Far above the strife and din. Jacksonville with\, a sister-in-I with us Sunday evening. Mr time than Insects. SpectracideDiazinon i Y
Far upon the highest mountain. law, Kate Bowens. Kate and Bennett preached for us. Mrs i ( insecticide), a broad s'

RULES i O'er the ocean deep and wide. I husband brought Nellie back I Bennett told us her small 13- rang. Insecticide, provides post ?
home Sunday afternoon she month-old son had burned the ; rive control of chinch bugs, lawn
will still be waving
i Old Glory
; of both hands. As Mrs.Bennett's moths grasshoppers, ants and
had palms ,

and enjoyed
and died. was rested some, ,
When our foes have .
"Y2 will ,1
_, FOR .J her few days visit with mother was taking i Bermuda mites. Spectradd.
.. For America now is waking. relatives.Mr. I. care of the infant was cooking -I also control most destructive Insects
Every man is in his stride. had the oven (gas stove) on your roses, and other
,. '; ornamental shrubs trot and .' yRowers.
A HAPPY 4th Women and children too are helping. and Mrs. Jule Griffis. heated to bake some biscuits. 7M

I They shall not touch Old Glory in her pride. whose baby has been in the when the baby turned loose oi

4, For when they touch Old Glory hospital for so long, were withus her dress and before she could A FLORIDIAN,

THURSDAY They will touch a million fires. in the morning service look to see what he was doing DR. JOHN GORR1E. w
PUBLISITED EVERY both hands on the
Fires that sweep with burning victory Sunday. he had put
A BYCRESCENT Through shells and torrent, craig and mires. oven and burned the palms of OF APAlACHICOLA
PRESS. underwent both hands seriously. Glad 1 INVENTED
Green COT Springs Florida Fires that will not be extinguished. Charles Starling baby therefore I MAKING MACHINE I Pi? t r
was a
Vincents never
in the St. 1
Phone 234-3166 t c Til all danger is past and gone. surgery never did such things! but 1845. THE STATESPONSORED 'J
: hospital in Jacksonville Mon- ?
foe is vanquished. GORRIE
And when
every hand
il look on my
ItlTOIUlUabcAni. the Dawn. day. Hope he is soon able to be please IN APAIACHICOLA
N LAI And a Holy peace pervades now! MUSEUM ,
burn scars
: home and with us on church for AND A STATUE 1 IN
; Then across the many nations. again. Sunday evening our Junior WASHINGTON, D.c..

Liberty's bell shall ring again. Union started with five of us PRESERVE HIS MEMORY.PAGE'l'WO '

Ringing out her final message. The Rev. Wynn. a former present but by the time we :

EDITOR .........._.._..__..............-- -....- Duncan GronerOENfl1AL "Peace and liberty to every living man." pastor of the Caleb church were finished we bad 10 pre .

MANAGER ....__.._____..___.._....__ Eugene Koza And maybe on the Morn of Morns. who has been In sections far- sent. If all had been on time IhM
When the golden bells will ring. ther south for sometime due we could have had a real nice

Entered a* second Class Matter July 15. )fir,. at the Pat 1S9T.SeeBd .Offic., Old Liberty will join In with them. to bad health will preach at lesson and we feel positive al .. r
of March J. '
Act the
the serv-
Green Co*. Spring Class ..e Florida stac* pal under at Grcr CT nertag. Fla.SUBSCRIPTION And safely home her nations bring. Highland the night of July 14 would have enjoyed' next
at 7:30. All are invited to attend ice. Hope all are on
RAT=S -Ethel Khinear .'. : these services. SUnday'evening.

in advance ....- MOO
One 'Year-




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JULY 4, 1963.

REPORTER ELIZABETH: GRONER 284-2166 reeu (Uolre eius r, _




I If Kelsey of Green Cove
Cadet Richard M. son
Mr. and Mrs. Bays Ward I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stan- uf. +ll Springs was in Umatilla. Fla..
) Mrs. Helen V. Scarbrough, I If
have had as their guests their ler of Coral Gables were the on the 24th of June where he
I ) Green Cove, is scheduled to
children, Mrs. Howard Mox- recent guests of her parentsMr. :omplete six weeks of training h J ,.y y vWS. participated in the State Jay-
ley and her son, Ronald, of I and Mrs. Joe Marcy. Mrs it the Reserve Officer TrainIng cee Golf championship matches i

Sparta, N. C., and Mr. and Stanler is the former Dottie Corps summer camp at as representative of the
Mrs. Jack Ward and their son Marcy. Mr. Stanler is teach- Green Cove Jaycees. There
II .Fort Benning. July 26.
Jackie, of Chilhowie, Va. Mr ing industrial engineering at were over 100 other golfers who
and Mrs/Ward plan to return Miami University while work- During the encampment Cadet 3 competed in the match from
I Hahn and other future Army G
to Virginia with their childrenat I ing on his masters degree. throughout the state. Ed Tay-
the end of the week for a i officers receive intensive in- lor, golf chairman was de-
? t57> r L h
few weeks vacation. I Mrs. Mertie LeClaire and her fantry field training I lighted with the showing that
daughter, Judy, left last Sat- supervision of combat experi- : Mr. Kelsey made for the local] Y
enced officers and non-com- ,,, ::; ,'.'
Mrs. Mack C. Carlley, of! u'day for a vacation trip tc -." Jaycees.
missiond officers. ,
Green Cove, and Mrs. Alton upper New York state. They
Pollard, of Jacksonville, attended -i plan to visit friends and rela- The 22-year-old cadet is active RAINBOW PICNIC TO BE

the three day Garden tives. in the ROTC program at SUNDAY JULY 7th

Club Short Course at the Uni- Gordon Military College in + .: The Order of Rainbow for
versity of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stan- Barnesville, Ga. -l .:-: '--. ,.-. ...+ Girls will hold their Founder's
ler, Sr., of Newderry HeightsN. Day Picnic on Sunday July 7th Five Green Cove boys were among 400 members of
the weekend State Park. St. the State 4-H clubs who attended a short course in agriculture -
J., spent recently at Anastasia
Among the Green last Covers weekend who as the guests of Mr. and DECOY BAPTIST CHURCHTO I .... ., Augustine. Plans are to leave cattle raising citizenship, safety and a number of
went to Sarasota HAVE SUPPER .. < other subjects. All members of the County's prize-winnine
: 7 at 1:00 o'clock
Joe Green Cove
for the Miss Florida pageantwere Mrs. Marcy.Mr. :;
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gus- The Decoy Baptist Church on I I ,' Bring food for supper for you land judging: team were not able to be present. Shown above

Sherwood GustafsonMrs. and Mrs. R. C. (Doc) Highway 17 south of Green and your guests. Tea and ice L to r.. are: Craig Maguire, Jimmy Farley, on Stump, Eddie

tafson.. Marquerite Rivers. Arthur Turner left last Monday foi Cove Springs, will hold a fried will be furnished. Supper is Taylor, and Gary 'Vise, At the right is the ubiquitous assistant -
chicken on Saturday, County agricultural agent, George M. Owens.
supper o'clock.SUMlIER .
for 4:30
Rivers, Patti Rivers, and Jac- Georgia to attend a family re- ', planned
July 6th at 6:00 o'clock for the
kie Newell. Also Dr. and Mrs union.
purpose of completing their ACTIVITIESOF MAKE YOURS
T. Luke Glennan, Melinda
Glennan Kathy Kenney Mayor Mrs. E. J. Larson, and hex Sunday school rooms. There I RAINBOW GIRLS
I will be no charge for the sup-: Blackmon, A
Ed Taylor Mr. and Mrs children, left last Friday for Dorothy Ann
Jack Saam, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- Chicago having spent two per but donations will be ac worthy advisor of the Green SAFE&SANE

gene Kirker, Mrs. John Mc- weeks with her mother Mrs. J. cepted. Following the supper Cove Springs Rainbow Girls
will be singing by visiting
Kinley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Brock. there ,announces the following activities -
; Gerhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Bud quartets. Photo by Gene Koza'' in her summer program. 4thOFJJJLy F J

4 Geiger, and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. William H. On Sunday July 10th the ,|They are:
Favorite Melody Quartet from Miss Carolyn Evelyn Tucker skirt ended in a chapel trainedged July 7-1:00 pm. Founder'sDay
Prince. Reed, their son, Bobby and
I Randy Weekman, who is Tennessee will be at the and Harold Eugene Larsson in lace. Her fingertipveil i Picnic-Rainbow Girls
ChurchDr. were married Saturday eveningat was attached to a crown and Advisory Board Members -
Mr. and Mrs. John Russellof spending the summer with his
o'clock in the Hickory of seed pearls and she carrieda
and families.
Bement, Illinois are spend-I grandmother, Mrs. Mary Pacetti 4i\;;
cascade bouquet of stephanotis This Week'sL
ing two weeks vacation with spent last weekend at Salt and Mrs. William H- Grove Baptist July 13-Buffet SupperHostesses -
Tucker is the daughter and white orchids. Smith and
from St. Miss Mrs. Louise
the of Randy's Todd have arrived ..
their aunt and uncle. Mr. and Springs as guests ..
time of Mr. and Mrs. Loren W. Tuc- Mrs. Barbara Tompkinsmatron Mrs. Mae Hendricks Honor-
Mrs. Leonard Russell of St I family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl] Petersburg to spend some (
Johns Avenue. !Weekman. in Green Cove Sprinks.JOY'S ker of Green Cove. Mr. Lars- of honor, wore a full ing Leslie Rowe.Grand Musi- !1 j
I son who resides in Jacksonvilleis skirted street length dress of cian. Time 6:00 pm. Mrs. : BONUSBUYS

the son of Mrs. Axel Larsson blue lace over taffeta. She worea Smiths' home., ::::1::
of Meriden. Conn., and the matching veil and carried a July 17-Ice Cream Social :1./'

late Mr. Larsson. bouquet of pink carnations.Miss Spring Park-5:00 pm. un-

The bride, given in marriageby Barbara Lynn Tucker tiLJuly

I SHOP I her father, was attired ina sister of the bride was junior 18-Regular Meeting-Initiation -

full length gown of silk or- bridesmaid and was attired in -Courtesy for Grand

ganza with fitted bodice and a dress matching that of the Musician.

long sleeves ending in a pointat matron of honor. July 20-Grand Worthy Advi-
the wrists. The tiered lace Dale Webb served as best sors Home ComingPensacola. -

man and ushers included Rob- I Plus Valuable Plaid |
I I ert Johnson. Hugh Tompkins, August Regular Meeting- Stamps

I CLAY THEATRE Edward Donnell, William An 7:00 pm.
Phone 234-6711 derson and James Tucker, August 3-Picnic Honoring

Two brother of the bride. Grand MusicianLeslieRoweSpring
Monday thru Friday
s Joe Barrie was the organisl Park 4:00: p-
Shows each evening
I, 7&9pm. and Charles Kessel was soloist m. SUER-RIGIIT COOKEDHAM

_... ............................. I Sat. & Sun. Continuous for the occosion.A August 11-RainbowDemolayPicnic
;':':; ::": :: :::8 reception was held in the -Strickland's Landing
From 2
::: .:: !!: !I Phone 284-6711 p.m. social hall of the rhurih, alter -1:00 pm.
which the couple left for strip August 15-Regular Meeting-
.. -
;; .. .. i i to southern Florida. They; 7:00 pm.
::::: :::::::::: ::: :: ...: : :::.c:: I I Thurs. & Fri. will reside in Jacksonville. August 18-Grand Worthy Advisors -
visit to the District.
Starring Glenn Ford 24 "Tom Thumb Wed-
August -

t:; a lr j Sat.VA3IPIRE. September Regular Meet- WHOLE OR SHANK HALF

2 AND CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ing-7:00: pm. Election of

F.. Houston St. &:
51 r SAVE LB.
250OFF Starring Vincent Price GREEN FLORIDAServices COVE SPRINGS Miss Julie Williams returned -

I home, by plan on Tuesday;
NOW! Sun, Mon. & Tues. held Sundayat after a months vacation in

COURTSHIP OF 11 a.m.Subject Toledo Ohio as the guest of

ALL THE FAMOUS.11E BRANDS EDDIE'S FATHER : her aunt and uncle. Mary and

13 Starring Glenn Ford GOD Bud Gaarden.Mr. .
July 7 and Mrs. James Seidelof
Next Wed, Thurs., & Fri.TWO .
SS ? YH) : 'LL FIND REALLY FIXE QUALITY FOR TIlE SEESAW A cordial invitation is extendedto Milton Pa., are the guest
attend our service of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Dum-
AND F:1SIIIOCOME! EARLY! Starring: Robert Mitchum bauld of leasant Point.ST'JfOD ICE MILKTWO



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PRICE: Lowest in the County.
LOCATION: Follow signs at Clay Hill School or place TOOT order at Black
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north of Green Cove.


25'% OFF 1 PAIR $1.00 2 PAIRS CLAY HILL POULTRY Prices In this ad are effective through Saturday Jab
\ Cth. 115. N Orange Ave, Green Core Spring, 1'1a.THURSDAY .

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a *i .9 .-. -* ,- > THURSDAY, JULY 4. 1H3

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I Orange Park Socials I Events Of OP Civic Center In Use I Ir'A' I KEYSTONE EASTERN HEIGHTS STAR This CHURCH Sunday afternoon NEWS from graders Montgomery attending PresbyterianCamp at Keystone

II 3 to 5 o'clock, the congregationof Heights last week were Danny
Captain and Mrs. A. R. phia for a visit. The family will The WeekOrange Keystone Heights Chapter the Orange Park Methodist Pollack. Henry Benner. Philip

Wooldridge announce the birthof soon be moving to Wright Air I I 279 of O. E. S.. at their June Church will honor their new Hansen. Lee KIng. and John

a daughter named Laura Force Base in Ohio, where Park Methodists Re- 4th meeting honored three past minister. the Rev. Floyd Fisher Center. In the seventh and

Captain Wooldridge has been eption-Sunday, July 7, 3-5 worthy grand officers. The and Mrs. Fisher with a recep- eighth grade group this week
Ann, on June 24 at the Naval
transferred with the Navy. p.m at the home of Mr. and courtesy presentation was unique tion at the home of Mr. and are Hester Benner. Gail King,

Hospital. As soon as they are Mrs. James Crowl, Doctors and the members and Mrs. James Crowl in Doctors Linda Braddock. and Nancy

I I able to travel, Mrs. Wooldridge Mrs. Ralph Moore was hon- Lakt Estates. Lake Estates. I Hansen. Elaine Center is serving -
guests joined in a sort of anniversary -
:\ nd the baby will join the two ored last Saturday yith a surprise Orange Park .Liotts-Monday, celebration. The hon- I as a counsellor at the camp

older Wooldridge children at birthday party kiven by July 8, at 8 p.m. at the Lions Among the ninth and tenth this summer.
ored guests were past worthy I
her parents' home in Philadel- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gorski at Club.
their !home on Stiles Ave. A Orange Park Masonic LodgeNo. grand matron Mrs. Verna
I group of close friends enjoyeda 267-Monday, July 8, at Brice. past worthy grand pat- _
Padgett Heads\: I steak cook-out and birthday 8 p.m. at the Masonic Hall. ron Mr. Vincent Brice. and

cake on the patio. Orange Park CivitansTuesday :'Y ,,>,,, "'' ''' -' ;.. ': : :O": . past worthy grand patron Mr. COMPOSING ROOM ____ '
"'' _
July 9, at 7 at :> :\r-'A'"' .' ",' : E. W. Garris all of Gainesville WORKERS _
p.m. : .. ." ; ...
O. P. Jaycees Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shields of Charlie's Restaurant. "- : "; < .: y' :'_ < ..: Chapter 41. Mrs. Laura Mary Sptce Age methods hit

Clinton Drive have returned Orange Park Area Jaycees .: : :: ;"C : .: :; Johnson, State grand treasurer the printing industry last
: ,
< : ;; home from a vacation trip to Tuesday, July 9, at 8 pjn. ; was also honored. August-when images of .. '

Sarasota and the Florida Keys. at the Town Hall. : ,,:, _, : '* < Mrs. Dorothy Koons, "por- American newspaper i

['(iMrs.: Shield's parents, Mr. and Orange Park PresbyterianWomen's .. .-. ". -'_.... .._....._.. __ __ '... traying" Mrs. Verna Brice, en- pages Were transmitted ... ,-
'Mrs.\ C i 1 < .. ... . 5,000mlI.sWospoceand] ,_ .
Dennis Hayes have Day r c e--
gone '
tered the
'j .. chapter room with
to Larchmont, N. Y.to visit Wednesday, July 10, at 9:45 back! Bouncing signals off

r fl another daughter and their a.m. at the home of Mrs.\ .t. Mr. Ralph Crawford past patron TElSTAJt,the communication _. _
who "portrayed" Mr. Vincent '
grandhildren. John Stump. satellite,the

---l .. Brice as the honored MN w York Times"flashed .., \t >
: t. :. .. guests of the evening. They ) .
to Paris limit
news 162
., Mrs. Charles Olden of River LIONELLAS MEET "
it. carried a message, and then Icsf.rthonpossibl.bycabtel! -
Rd. is recovering after surgeryat The Orange Park Lionellasmet

\ : Baptist Hospital. on Monday evening in the lr reviewed the Eastern Star work Space satellites nay soon be used _ _
Lions Club, with newly re- of each of the honored guests. d this way to publish a wwW-wkfe

'. ':: :l: Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. D. elected president Leona Drink- Verna Brice a young lady in ':::I: dairy newspaper. Electronic systems
: -t
> : <:I: : Vincent of East Holly Point water presiding.Mrs. 1928-29 was grand matron of --- demand new skills from 333,000

I Rd. are their daughter and Drinkwater chose hex the grand chapter of Florida. (I .,. denim wearing printing craftsmen,

son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs War- chairmen to head the various M* That year 25.000 silver dollars -.. ; fj who produce our 12.000 1 news-
L' !f ... _.. papers-as well as books, ads,
J ren E. Staudt, and their two committees for the coming F .. started the foundation of
__ magazines, stationery and greeting
year: for the Annual Fashion
children, of Wilmington, Dela- f :' ':;" I the Masonic and Eastern Star cards.Over 780,000 men
ware. Show. Nancy Marin and co- home at St. Petersburg. In response I
chairman June i.m. .. .. in denim work in
Archie Pad eU was installed Nelson; country to this courtesy she I composing rooms,

as president of the In St.. Vincent's Hospital for frolic scheduled for Oct. 19 read excerpts from her grand \: where "copy"Is
is Elbert Saunders of Jean Raleigh: ways and means. I r*
Orange Park Jaycees by Coy surgery .. matron's address of 1928 as setlntotyp.ferthepresses.
Alvarez, national director of Doctors Inlet Lerah Reid; welfare. Alma Hor- his was the silver anniversaryof .Some highly skilled tj
ton, assisted by Dot Bradley; Shown here are two of Orange Park's new civic center __ "
the Jaycees, last Saturday the founding of the Eastern -* I 44 compositors set type by hand for [ J
publicity, Virginia Rogers; and buildings which were occupied for the first time this week. The
evening. Other new officersare Twin girls were born to Mr. extra-fine printing fobs But most |]
Star chapter of Florida. Hex f
I kitchen, Shirley Murphy.At building at top is the combination city hall and auditorium I-
Ken and Mrs. Charles Turner of
: Zelinka, vice pre type-setters run
this meeting the other which contains space for the clerk and the city judge as wellas reading was indicative of the
sident; Wayne Lyter, vice Orange Circle on July 2 at St.Vincent's machines that automatically
officers vault space and an office for the The other work and changes that have
new assumed their duties mayor. buildingis
president; Floyd Carter, secretary Hospital. The babies, form lines of words
: vice-president, Sandi Bel- the combination fire and police station and Jail which, taken place over the past 45
; Leon Baxley treasurer. who weighed 4 lb. 4 oz. and 12 Into metal strips latest
yea; secretary. Iris Miller; and besides office space and four cells, incorporates a large assem- years. methods of casting include
Bob Gamma e and Jimmy oz., were a completely *inextpected -
treasurer, Lillian WeathersMrs. bly room and apartment for the jailer. The third building in From Ralph Crawford, past ,
Ray Roberts become surprise to the Turners, punched paper, photographic ,
Belyea was asked to the complex is a library which has been in use for several
planon patron the members learned -
members of the board of who had anticipated one babyin film-end magnetic soundtape ; .
directors. August. having an occasional pro- months. Landscaping and a few finishing touches are needed] that Vincent Brice worthy that is"heard"by the .. .

gram of _eeneral_u.._ _lntpT_n__*_st__ _at. probably the finest municipal facilities for any town in the past patron was the "youngs- composing :
some of the Lionellas meetingsthis before an open house is held. The three buildings represent m0cbin.L
ter" of the trio he servedas
as _. _
state in Orange Park's population bracket. ---
year. group also received -
FRESH GROUNDBEEF worthy grand patron In
two new members, Maxine -
I 1949-1950. It was the 45th an-:J
SCHEDULE niversary birthday of Robert ,
OLE NELSONOle William Highhouse, 52, ol Morris the Founder of the Or-

Nelson, 87, father of John As the Orange Park Little Rt. 1, Orange Park died last der of Eastern Star. The grand Shoe Repairing

W. Nelson of Orange Park died League's first. season draws tc Thursday. Mr. Highhouse had chapter was honored by the While You Wait Service
a close, the competition gets
on Tuesday evening. June 25 hotter and both players and been a resident of Orange presence of a great-great grandson Dying All Leather & Fabric Shoes
In Redfield, South Dakota. He of Robert Morris. Starke
Park for the past two and
parents more excited with every one
3 l.OO had many friends in Orange game. half years moving here from chapter was instituted duringthe CLAUDE R. JONES

LBS.SWIFT'S Park as the result of spendine Here is this week's schedule Midland Park, New Jersey. He term of Mr. Brice in 1950. 1712 Highway 17 Orange Park

the past 14 winters here with was employed by the Navy Exchange There were seven new Star
of all
played at the
his son's family. John Nelson at NAS Jacksonville.Mr. chapters 1nstitand he assisted --- .
returned Orange Park Elementary School)
on Tuesday from attending
in of
constituting seven
PREMIuM ROUND funeral field beginning at 5 p.m. Highhouse was a mem-
for "his ber of the St. Johns Presby- new chapters in his year of
father In South Dakota. Monday, July 8CocaCola- I INDEPENDENT
terian Church in Jacksonvile grand worthy patron. He complimented I..IFP
vs Clay Oil

STEAK79c QUARTET TO APPEAR AT Tuesday July 9 He is survived by his widow the Keystone Chap- AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY

BLACK CREEK CHURCHThe J. P. Hall vs. Cotney Gertrude; a son William appointments made in the
Favorite Orange Park; 2 brothers Chapter room in such a few

tet (Wheel Chair Melody Singers)Quar-will celled There because are of two rain games that must can- George. Midland Park N. J.; short years. The latest is the Wishes You A Safe July 4thWe

present a program at the Black be made up before the play- Henry Franklin Lake. N. J.; 2 new piano with the electric i

Creek Baptist Church on July offs begin on Saturday. July sisters Nell. Midland Park N Signet soon to be installed. I I

9 at 7:30.Everyone( 13. These are to be played dur- J.; Mrs. Hattie Klein Allan-! :Mrs.: Mary Laura Johnson. I I are happy to announce
dale, N. J.; and 3 grandchil-
!is invited to attend ing the remaining open days dren. grand treasurer, was a special i THE APPOINTMENT OF

this program. next week. :; guest who is always an in-1 .

Funeral services were ir spiation in her floor work, at E. BRADFORD PYKJ5 :; "

I Midland Park. Helm FuneraT: public installations as well as Serving Clay County .'...
I Home is in charge of arrange- other ceremonies of the chap- **

ments. WE OFFER: .:...
I worthy grand patron E T 0 LIFE INSURANCE

W. Garris responded to the

I K tt $ 1 courtesy by telling the members HOSPITALIZATION INSURAU(

that when Mrs. Brice was

t@ { I worthy grand matron in 1928- 9 RETIREMENT INCOMEEDUCATIONAL
Standard Service
StationAtlas 1929 the Masonic Lodge was

,J .C'-- celebrating its 100th anniver I INsuRA1

Tires Batteries Accessories e ..,;'
sary.Adjourning I i ESTATE PLANNING : iI

1109 Hwy. 17 Orange Park _ tf M. WCK MIULETOM.J to the banquet I '
CHASE & SANBORN rartea Cat Can CnterKitts hall the guests enjoyed a social -
hour and refreshments, For Your Insurance Needs Contact;
There were ten guests from I
Puss isn't likely to have many E. BRADFORD PYKE
COFFEEs health problems during her life- Gainesville Waldo. Starke
time provided she is fed a properly Maryland. Indiana, Canada and I Rt. 2.; Box 47

) balanced ration and a few Jacksonville. Hostesses were Green Cove Springs Phone 284-3850
COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire observed which
precautions are
Mrs. Vesta Aiken. Mrs. Doris.I
,will help keep them in good If Long Distance Call Collect
-health.Tnere". Sunderland. and Mrs. VeraOwnbey.
I Ir
are a few -
steps you _ -
bught to take to make that
1 Recapping from Smallest to'Largest Size
s puss always stays in the pink of
health. The Purina Cat Care

Center recommends taking your .; .
Dist Miller Tires-Antolite BatteriesCor. pet to veterinarian as soon as UTJ'here The Best Is Better" We Collect
you acquire her for inoculations
JIM DANDY CABIN HOME against the few diseases -which

Park and King Jacksonville, Fla. do sometimes infect cats. I flNLY Electric
One of those diseases is infectious -
Grits Meal529C feline enteritis, or cat dis V THE and

or .. EV 93027'or EV 4-O491 temper. It is one of the most 'f
prevalent and deadly of cat diseases BEST "',
but a simple inoculationwill -i : ;-, YOUR :- :"" '
make kitty immune. BI S -
tEbS -
Another cat disease,pneumoni- ,; ) :
",' .",', '. tis, resembles a bad cold andcan't 1IN .:

"*** .;'-''':: be prevented by "shots," \
'AXD IN but: inoculations' can help to make

should not attempt to treat
ORANGE PARK symptoms of illness by yourself. It All From
Orange Park BannerSUPER Patent medicines only may aggravate -
the condition that has
19O5 U. S. Highway .17 Phone 264-6431 caused sickness. If puss appears O. B. ALL HARDWARE
MARKET unwell take her to a reliable

Highway 17 Orange Park I treatment.veterinarian for diagnosis and 1922 HIghway 17 Phone 284-831 Orange Park


QIav( County (Crescent
JULY 4, 1963. PAGE FIR r

I''4 Keystone Heights Church News I Miss Watson Weds Son of Keystone Social Notes I

exchange pulpits with Dr Egan. Several new members es brought by the members. '
COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWSAt Senator in :Mrs. B. and
Afternoon Ceremony Evelyn Braper, County Public Library Is goingto
Scott of the Presbyterian were unable to attend but it is There will be games and prizes
:Miss Zana Lummier. graduate have to vacate by Oct. 1.
the June Sunday wor- -
: Church of Jacksonville on July; hoped they will join the groupat and everything is free.
ship Service the! youth of the Miss Agnes Calvin 'Watson Irving Weintrub, all of Gaines- students of Pharmacy and Medicine They have no place to go. Lots
7th Dr. Holt. served this other the fall meeting-the third Program Committee will in-
parish were especially honored daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ville, and Mrs. Michael Red- and :Miss Quamar Hus- of vacant lots but no vacant
church many years, and wiLbe : Monday in September. The clude Mrs. Mildred Button :Mrs.
it being Fathers' Day. Tom- Beresford Watson of Key- fearn of Keystone Heights. sain. a Fulbright Graduate I buildings! Any solution?
returning as preacher fox are Mrs. John Liggett and Mrs. Lucille Davie. and Mrs. Mar-
my Bird, Johnny Martin and stone Heights was married to The punch tables on the Fellow from New Delhi India
the first time after 12 years- William Terry of Park of the tha Tomes. Mrs. Helen Wallace
Steve Shackleford served as seven of which he served as Palms. Mrs. J. W. Perry of and Mrs. Margaret LeBlancwill Charles Emory Cross son of lawn were decorated with drift were week end guests of :Miss And did :you know that Key

ushers. Three high school grad- Instructor at the Presbyterian Brooklyn Lake. Mrs. C. W be the food committee. Mr. Sen. and Mrs. James Emory wood and orchids. Pouring Jean Whitmore and her mother. stone's "ZIP" number is now

uates were present: Margaret College in Montreal. N. C Minor of Half Moon Lake and Brault will be the cook. George Cross of Gainesville on Sat- punch were Mrs. C. :M. Con- Mrs. :M. Halle Whitmore on 32656 You are supposed to include -

Muir Carolyn Jean Moody and from whence he came to the Mrs Made B. Hassler of Lake Schaeffer and Ernie Tomes will urday afternoon. June 29, at way. Mrs. Myron Prevatt. Miss Keystone Lake. The group en- that in your return address

Billy Games-all of the class the Community Church in Betty Jean Cross. Mrs. W. H. joyed a shopping trip to Jacksonville -
j Community Church.Dr. Geneva. I arrange the benches etc.. and on every envelope now.

of 1963. Holt, as well as the mem Community Church ,Publicity -, move whatever tables will be Keystone Heights. The double Redfearn. Mrs. Raymond and saw the Cinerama." This seems just a little sudden
"How the West Miss
The Dairy Vacation Bible bers of the congregation are Chairman Mrs. Helen required. There may or may; ring ceremony was performedby Starnes :Miss Gertrude Houser, was won. so soon after we just got used

School has been held this week. proud of their choir under the Egan, asks that anyone whc not be supervised swimming at Dr. A. C. Holt, assisted by Mrs. George LaRue. Mrs. Carl Whitmore and her guests are to our area code number and
students at the of
Monday through Friday with direction of Mrs. George Canova has any items of interest please the Peach Street easement, depending the Venerable Fred Yerkes. Hagglund. and Mrs. E. T. Mar- University exchange number: 305473etc..
Florida where Jean is also in
the children learning songs call her at 34748.It on the number inter- The church was decorated in using our telephones.This .
making note books and scrapbooks with and floor can- tin.For the School of Pharmacy.Mrs. is what Is known
ested. It was discussed and greenery her wedding trip the as prog-
The regular Summer Com-
and making handcraft was so nice to see Susie some felt that most of the delabra which held white ta- bride chose a suit with linen I ress and efficiency.Mr. .
munion will be held July 14.
items under the guidance oi Carl Roblin has
Garner in Church -Sunday children of the live gone
; parish on overblouse and pleated skirt in
Christian teachers. Carolyr at the 10 o'clock morning wor- pers.Mrs. to California to visit her
morning. Susie the former Sue Lakes anyhow so that another I George LaRue was the black and beige. son and Mrs. William Pinon
Jean Moody assisted Mrs. Car= who lives in San Francisco.Mrs.
ship.Mrs. Siprelle. said that she and hex swim more or less wouldn't be soloist with Mrs. George Can- will recently returned from a trip
The reside in
Darden with the beginners; S. E. Kennedy chair- I at the couple Roblin flew via Jet to California. -
family were weekending at such a treat. ova organ. to their former home in Kan-
and to continue
Melrose. plan
Margaret Muir assisted Mrs. man of Circle m. and her co- .
Grandin Lake. She was happyto At the close of the business I Miss Kathryn Maria Dell of sas. They were there for Memorial
work the
their college at Uni-
Bible School' chairman Mrs. Earl Haynor
Barry Wyman
tell us that she now has a meeting Mrs. Brault served her I Weirsdale, Fla. was the maid Day while there. Mrs.
of Florida this fall.
director. entertained at a lovely lunch- versity Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lam-
three-week-old I II of honor Mrs. Charles O'Kel-
daughter aftex guests coffee and cookies. ; Pinon attended a banquet for
The Sunday School Picnic eon on June 18, for the mem- I II The new Mrs. Cross attended bert and four children were
three boistrous boys. Bill Sip-f ley of Gainesville Ga.. was her high school alumni. It was
will be held at 3:00 p.m. on bers of their new circle. In the: Emory University where she visiting Mrs. Lambert's parents,
relle honor Miss Gayle
her of
father is working in! RAND EDELSTEIN matron ; I II the 50th anniversary of her
Friday June 28, at the Key- cool comfort of Mrs Kennedy's was a Kappa Kappa Gamma Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallen-
Pittsburgh now and living Rand Edelstein. son of Mrs. I Cross sister of the groom, and graduation, and she was the
stone Beach. This is a covered home, the members visited and i i and plans to graduate in April. ius. all last week Mr. Lambert
there. Charles of Miami
Mary her mother is vis- Gena Christoffers of Keystone Miss Kay only one from her class who
dish supper with serving from accepted the various offices I Mr. Cross is a Senior in the being in the vicinity on busi
iting relatives in Montana at Heights was honorably dis- were bridesmaids. They were was able to attend. Seated next
5:00: o'clock. Serving will be Mrs. Kennedy had arranged, aE I UP College of Business Admin- ness. The eldest daughter Hel-
present. Bill may be going back charged from the U. S. Armyon ; dressed alike in street-length to her was a lady from Cali-
in charge of the young people follows: Devotional Chairman I istration, where he is an in- en Lambert, remained in Key-
to Africa
on his job for Pitts- June 10, and is presently; frocks of nile-green silk .organza fornia who was there for her
while the entertainment will be Mrs. William Reynolds; Secre- surance major. He is a memberof stone to spend the summer with
burgh Plate Glass Co.. and this working in Jacksonville as a over taffeta. Their head- 59th anniversary. Their picturewas
I furnished by the pioneer class tary, :Miss Gertrude Houser the Insurance Society and her grandparents.Mr. .
time. Mary will go with him stock broker. Rand is marriedto pieces were miniature pillboxes in the local paper with a
The of the assisted by Mrs. James Cook the Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
closing -
All the Siprelles, of course, are: the former Mary Lou Gardner of matching taffeta, with suitable caption such as East
Bible School will be on June who is also treasurer. Sun- and :Mrs. J. E. Walstonof
former Keystoners. daughter of Sam and Mar- short veils and they carried Meets West, or California and
30, at 7:30 o'clock, in the Edu- shine chairman, Mrs. Bertrand Out-of-town guests includedMr. Jacksonville were visitingthe
tha Gardner also of Keystone white daisy chrysanthemums Florida Meet or somethingThe
cational building.Dr. Scicomb-after Sept. Alternatefor Wallenius family and the
and Mrs. Tom Adams of
Pinons to return to
WILLIAM'S NEWS: Heights. They have a two year bouquets. plan
A. C. Holt wU3 the Mrs. Francis Lamberts last week day
Pastor summer one -
Tallahassee. Mr. and :Mrs.
Senator Cross served best their former
The Steak Supper originally; old son Randy Jr. As this as LeRoy. Kansas
the Walston's and the Walleni
j planned for July 6 has been was being written, Mary Lou man for his son. Woody Charles and Miss Kay; home, for their wedding anni-
TOWN OF KEYS STONE; HEIGHTS of Miami Mr. and us being close friends for many;
postponed until uly 27Saturday. was in the Alachua County; Ushers included the bnde'sbrother. ; versary in September. It will

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following des- Serving will be from 5:3C: General Hospital with their Dr. Al Watson Jr., of Mrs. Brody Harris :Miss Kath- years. also be homecoming week end

cribed lands will be sold at pu blic auction on the 6th day of until 7 o'clock Tickets will be second child expected to ar Keystone Heights; Jay Boyd of leen and Chip Half ord; Mr at their former high school,

July A. D. 1963 at the City Ha 11, Keystone Heights, County of $1.2,5 for adults; 75c for chil rive any minute. Leesburg. Fla.; Louis Peacockof and Mrs. C. P. Huffman and We were happy to see Mrs where the athletic field Is

Clay State of Florida, to pay t:he amount due for: taxes herein dren. This supper is sponsoredby Rand and Mary Lou have Marianna Fla.; and Charles daughter Carolyn Mr. Edith Thornquist on Sunday named for their only son, Wil-
when she and her sister. Mrs.
set opposite the same, together with all penalties, and costs of the Catholic Club. bought a beautiful home in a Curry of Graceville Fla. and :Mrs. H. S. Wright liam Elvin Pinon, who is de

such sale and advertising. Sale to start at 12 o'clock noon. On Monday evening June nice suburban section in Jacksonville The bride who was given in of Live Oak; Mr. and Mrs. H. Marquerite Grennan, were hav- ceased. The field was formerl-

r 24, the Catholic Club met at Hyde Park Acres and marriage by her father wore a L.Wright Jr., of Sarasota; Mr. ing dinner at the Garden Res- ly dedicated to his memory on
Description Owner Amt. of taxes and costs taurant in Starke. Edith has
the home of Mr. and :Mrs. L will be living there as soon as floor-length gown of white silk and Mrs. Chesterfield Smith, one of the Pinon's wedding
Lot 5 Blk. 10 Velma L Arcadia Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed- been quite ill, and this was her
amee $ 1.16 Plus Adv.L. R Brault. President Brault con- Mary Lou is able to care fox organza over taffeta. Her ; anniversaries.Mrs. .

r Lot 6A, 6B. 7A Blk. 31 L. Lamee 23.10 Plus Adv. ducted the meeting. Plans were the house and the children. Al veil was attached to a tiara oi gar Cowart, Mr. and Mrs. first outing since Easter. She
seemed to be feeling much better -
Lot 4. 5 Blk. 14 Floss!
Lot 30 LkvH. 10 FlossiELot Tower 1.16 Plus Adv. held on the Church grounds on are moved irueven the staple with a seed-pearl design. She Mrs. C. Milton Conway. all of and in good spirits. a cook-out for the members;

Sunday, July 21, from noon tit groceries are on the shelves in carried a bouquet of white car- Jacksonville. of the Community Church Choiron
13, Ntf 14 Blk. 20 W. 3.] Redfearn 51.98 Plus Adv.B. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartman
evening. Menu will feature preparation for that big day nations, orchids and lilies of I last Thursday evening. The
Lot 1 Blk 15A Nelson Bell 4.62 Plus Adv. and their four children all of
barbequed chicken cooked on when they take up residence the valley. cook-out suickly turned into a
Wilmington guests
: are
7 June 13, 20, 27. July 4 the grounds and covered dish- there. Following the ceremony a "cook-in" when the rain came,
reception was held at the homeof :Miss Dianne Brokas and Miss of Mrs. Hartman's parents. Mr.I but everyone enjoyed the eve-
and Mrs. Herbert Nelson and I
the bride's parents. Mrs. W. Marlene Linsin were co-host- Drtve.1 ning nonethelessMr.
Jr. Lakeview
Herbie. on
H. Redfearn greeted the guests essess at a wedding shower fox
I Mrs. Hartman is the
Miss Becky Davis daughter of
at the door. Miss Kathleen
Lou Nelson. and Mrs. Howard Tucker -
Harris and Mrs. Maf Ward Mr. and Mrs. Grover Davis
of Lake Brooklyn have been

FORD DEALER both of Live Oak Fla.. kept the whose wedding will be an Friends of Jack Haberstrohwill entertaining their grandson,
event of August. The shower
guest register. A memory candle be sorry to learn that he Jay Johnson son of !rIr. and
was held at the Linsin Home in
and smilax
gardenias, was taken to the Veteran's Ad- Mrs. Richard Johnson of Tallahassee -
the ,Park of the Palms.
I.. 0. were used on the table. ministration Hospital in Lake for the past ten dayS.

The brides cake was topped There were games and refreshments City on last Thursday. Anyone ay. who is four years old. is an

I with an orchid. Cutting the. and the opening oi desiring to send him any messages interesting guest and there It

FAYTACTIONSALEAct cake were Mrs. W. W. Charles, the many gifts brought by; will please not forget that never a dull moment.

Mrs. H. S Wright. Jr., Mrs.I Becky's friends. his name is "C. H. Haberstorh"
I Shower guests included: the
not Jack as his friends William Grimes from New
Misses Reba Hall Nancy Sut-
like to call him. His wife. Gladys Smyrna Beach is spending .several -
Murrhee ton. April Mesko. Lorraine Dey
too, has been ill, their weeks with Mr. and Mrs,
fast-while the bargains last! We're Linda Hill Jennifer Davis, Roberta -
pricing our new Fords Fairlanes and
Insurance Agency friends hope they will both Dennis DeWitt on Satsuma St..

Falcons for fast actonLook at the car listings on this page then hurry in fast Mary Ann Sibley Schaeffer JoAnn and Dasher Linda soon be better. William. is Mrs. DeWitt's brother. -

for first choice! And remember. Ford builds 'em for action proved it by CasrADEQUAn Norris; Mrs. Grover Davis, the I Don't forget the swimming
mother of the bride-elect; :Mrs
j winning the Daytona 500 in 1-2-3-4-5 order! That's total lessons that will start on July
I performance for you the O. L. Linsin; Mrs. Harold John- SUMMER RECREATION
8 at Keystone beach. Anyoneover

kind of stamina and durability you want on your long trips this summer! ', son; Mrs. Janet Mann; Mrs the age of 6 years is eligible Keystone Indians football
Horace McGee. mother of the
to join he class best suitedto Coach Roy Spradley is con-

See: RICHARD MURRHEE groom-to-be; Mrs. Dovey Sib- his or her degree of swim- dcting a summer recreation
ley; :Mrs. Fred Blair; and Miss
Agent at the Park from
ming proficiency. Lessons will program City

Phone 473-4786 Joyce Vining an out-of-town be from 10 until noon for two 8:00: o'clock until noon. Mon-
from Jacksonville.
l I guest weeks. day through Friday. Youngsters -

and teenagers-or anyone

Keystone with all its organi- -may join in the fun. and play

zations, is "busting out at the soft ball, tether ball, basketball

"Accentuate the Positive"ctl seams." We once mentioned badmitten. shuffleboard etc

that the Keystone Heights for which equipment is furn-
Lions Club was looking for a ished. Anyone desiring to play

suitable den. And now the Key- tennis may do so by bringing

iIIU stone branch of the Clay their own rackets

Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land -

With the old swimmnig hole nearby

Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms.


.- .. i-' See Us for your Real Estate Needs HAS ONE IttlNG I IMIT'S. !

::0<,, fAVOR

S. E. McKAYKeystone /7ri's CHEAPER!,

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Heights Phone 473-4816'

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with purchase of 250 ft. or more of CHAIN LINKor r

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ACTION IS THE BIG ATTRACTION AT YOUR FORD DEALER'SJ. practical by securing our valuables and important papersin

4 FT. HIGH CHAIN LINK-60e PER FT. INSTALLEDGates a safe deposit box at Keystone State Bank. Very reasonable -

( and Terminals extra.) .-.and very safe!




Jacksonville Phone FL ,-ZU: .

601 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Ph. 284-9779 CO 4-6511
WRITE: SU Granada SL, St. Augustine Fla.


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Green Cove Springs

Will NOTARY PUBLIC Special You hare Inflation a The -Bank.of; f f Green Cove Springs

TV///y bring I I .
T ; State of Fla. to attend .,
At Large Church and Sunday School
.4 : Results Housing Loans. For Home Improvement
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Wilda T. Russell
Preaching: 11:00 a.m.

i k and associateHilda Sunday Nile Serve 7:00 p.m. : !W;J4">.. ,_; ..-..: FHA Title 1 .,.--? ;:.-,
T. Neth Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
j Pastor Rer. J. C- Maynor
M>O ORANGE: A"Eo. x. Ph. &4-94S1 n.EAL ESTATE GREEN COVE SPRINGS Phone-EV 9-5830 These loans can be granted to any property owner who is purchas*

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Chairman of Housing Committee


CLAY COUNTY The Bank of Green Cove Springs

Chamber of Commerce 2843650r. '- -

Congress 4-9583

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I. rl Estate .1 LINNE DUNCAN N.. 536
NO. 35S4
Deeeaaed.To RIDGEWOOD SAVINGS BANK, >0. 3833 In reEstate of HERBERT br LEE Jm.I.AH
all creditors and persons
FINCH deceased.
a corporation. FULTON SAVINGS BANK
claims demands
having or
Plaintiff. KINGS COUNTY a corporation.
against said estate;
Plaintiff Speedway -
You and each of you are hereby FOR ORDER OF
notified and required to present DISTRIBUTION AND OF At HomeThere's
any claims and demands unmarried. CHARLES L. ABBEY and BEVERLY '

bich you or either of you. mayhave Defendants A. ABBEY his wife FINAL DISCHARGE a new boom on the
against the estate of LIN- NOTICE OF SALE Defandamts NOTICE IS HEREB GIVEN that's
market bringing *
; CONDITIONING PIANO SERVICE sis DUNCAN deceased late of Notice Is hereby given that NOTICE OF SUIT that we have filed our final return hobby
; AIR BOATS said County to the County pursuant to a Final Decree erf TO: Charles L. Abbey and Beverly as Executors off the Last thrill-a-second into thousands of

Judge of Clay County. FLorida.. foreclosure entered in cause A. Abbey. his wife.c Will and Testament of HER American homes.
at his office In the courthouseof numbered 3596 in the Circuit c/ Mr. Luther Abbey BERT FINCH deceased, therein' It's a craze for table-top auto-
GEORGE WEEKS said county at Green Cove Court of Clay County. Florida 28-% Bridge Street requesting approval of the re-
Springs Florida. with six calendar I will sell the property situatedin Carning. New York turn. An order of distribution. mobile speedways. miniature -
PIANO SERVICE months from the time of Clay County. Florida., described You Charles L. Abbey and and an order of final discharge. Le Mans type racing roads
the Ifirst publication of this no- as: Beverly A. Abbey are hereby After publication of this notice use realistic
MILBERGEROrange & JOHNSONENGINES tice. Each claim or demand shallbe Lot Fifteen (15). Block notified that a complaint to once each week far four conse models of
Tuning Repairing
in writing and shall state the Three (3), Unit No. 1.MEADOWBROOK. foreclose a certain mortgage on I cntlve weeks we will apply to
place of residence and post office accordingto the following described real property the Judge of the County Judge's sports cars
& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS PHONE 284-327S address of the claimant plat thereof recorded in to-wit: Court in and for Clay County. & stock cars anJ
Plat Book 6. page 7. public Lot 18, Block 3, MEADOW- Florida for of eaid
Box 50 HiberniA Rt. and shall be sworn to by the jazzed up racing -
(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERS claimant. his/her agent or attorney records of Clay County. Flo BROOK. Unit 1 according to final return. for an order of distribution cars which

REFRIGERATIONAND Green Cove Springs and any such claim or rida. plat thereof recorded IN Plat of remaining assets of
demand not so filed shall be at public sale to the highest Book 6. pages 7 and 8 of the the estate and for an Order of ":- whiz around
SALES & SERVICE void. and best bidder for cash at current public records of final discharge as executors of a slotted track

T. J. Jennings Jr. the North Front door of the Clay County Florida. the Last Will and Testament of T ) K driven by remote -
AIR CONDITIONINGService OUTBOARD REPAIR REAL ESTATE As executor of the Last Will Clay County Courthouse in has been filed against you and Herbert Finch deceased. control.

i and Testament of LINNIE Green Cove Springs. Florida, you are required to serve a copy Dated: July 2, 1963.
Hwy. 17 Orange Park DUNCAN deceased. between 11:00 a.m.. and 2:00 of your answer or pleading to IsWalter D. Finch Speed-happy auto fans can

Home Phone 284-9780 June 27. July 4. 11. & 18. pm. on July 16. 1963. the complaint on the plaintiff's /Adelaide Finch Boyle, whip their streamlined chariotsover
Phone CO 4-9835 CLARENCE B. LAZETTE (Court Seal) attorneys. ::Marks Gray Yates. As Executors of the Last Will and zoom
Business Phone 284-9581 GEORGE L. CARLISLE Conroy & Gibbs. 231 E. Forsyth and Testament of Herbert Finch. hairpin turns
Liscensed Broker in LEGAL NOTICE CLERK OF THE Street. Jacksonville Florida deceasd. down straightaways like Barney

INSURANCE CIRCUIT COURTBy and fiLe the original answer or i July 4. 11. 18, & 25 Oldfield and Sterling Moss for

Green Cove Springs : Grace Carlisle pleading in the office of the hours on end-all in the comfort
AGIN'S Deputy Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court IN
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR and safety of their own living& '
Since 1037 John E. Roquemore and for Clay County. Florida. LEGAL NOTICE
TAX DEED Gray C. Ramsaur on Or before the 29th day of rooms.I .
RefrigerationAnd Homes Farms Acreage S"C" 11>>.18 F. S. 825 Barnett Bank Building July 193. If you fall to do so. even know of a group of electronics -
j NOTICE Jacksonville Florida IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF
) AirConditioDing --- judgment by default will be engineers who gather in,
H. O. Toothaker the holderof
July 4. 1963 taken against you for the relief CLAY COrNT'FLORID..\.
11 W. week-
Spring certificates has
the following demanded in the complaint. !. CHANCERY each others' homes every

:filed said certificates for a tax LEGAL NOTICE I This notice shall be publishedonce >O. 3685 end for parlor auto racing competitions -
deed be issued thereon. The
SERVICEChrysler certificate to numbers and years of each week for four conse- Leo J. Paige. that chase away their
cutive weeks in The Clay County plaintiffvs.
the work-week tensions.
TRADING POST issuance: the description of .
Airtemp Sales E. REED property and the names in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DONE Crescent.! AND ORDERED at Alice B. Paige. There are also model mono-

400 W. Walnut St. WE BUY SELL TRADE follows which it was asse%vl are as FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Green Cove Springs. Florida, Defendant rail systems for more futuristic

Authorized Philco :Certificate No. 92 this 20th day of June 1963. NOTICE OF SUIT speed demons. And people with a
Phone 284-6721 FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
Service Three locations: Year of Issuance June I, 1961. (SEAL) 1. CarlisleClerk. THE STATE OF FLORIDATO soft spot for the past get similar

Green Cove Springs 15 E. Palmer St., Ph. 284-3280 Description of Property Lot 11 CLAY COUNTY George. Circuit Court : Alice B. PaigeHesidence enjoyment from fast model
Day Ph. 284-36SO Blk. 13 Fleming Island Estate Unknown
S Warehouse & antiques old S/D Sec. 38, T. S. 5. R. E. 26E. IN CHANCERY Clay County. FloridaBY YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED trains.
Night 284-3492 Grace 5!. CarlIsle
ELECTRICAL Name in which assessed An- NO. 3656DIVISION that a suit has been :filed Many living room raceway
rune 27. July 4, 11. 18. 1963.
S. Palmetto Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. nie Groves. against you In the above entitled fans will want to make decora-
All of said property being in : cause and you are hereby tive models of their favorite cars
Green Cove Springs "BIG TOP" tent Blanding the County of Clay. State of required to serve upon plaintiff's -
& book-
Atlas Electric Mechanical MINNIE S. GURR LEGAL NOTICEIN for mantle-pieces and
Florida. attorney whose name and
Blvd. At Ridgewood Unless such certificate or Plaintiff.vs. address appear ''hereon. your shelves. Easy-to-assemble kits

APPLIANCES CompanyWe certificates shall be redeemed written defenses. If any. to the make it possible to construct
Furniture & appliances at according to law the property THE CIRCUIT COURT OF bill of complaint in said suit of different scale model
do all types of electrical described in such certificate or JAMES L. STRICKLAND and ropy of which is delivered to scores
bargain prices 8tfc CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn autos from plastic or wooden
certificates will be sold to the you herewith. on or before
BAKER wirin highest bidder at the court house BESSIE STRICKLAND his CHANCERYNO. August 5 A. D. 1963. parts.. i
door on the first :Monday in Herein fall not or decree pro
APPLIANCE SERVICE, INC. RAY SHIPP Month Of August. 1963. whichis wife; JOHNNIE MAE OLIVER; 3649 confesso will be entered againstyou
JONES & HALL NURSERYNow the 5th day of August. 1963. ELIZABETH STRICKLAND for the relief prayed In
Major Appliance Repairson Owner and Manager Dated this hit day of July ANN D. KING the bill of complaint.
Open 7 Days A Week 1963. BRAMBELOW; JAMES LEON- Plaintiffvs. THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT
all makes of Phone 284-9228 tSEAL) BEINX2 FOR Divorce. JMJI;
Come Out Browse Around George L. Carlisle ARD STRICKLAND if alive, (SEAL)

washers, dryers, etc. Clerk of Circuit Court of and the unknown of WITNESS my hand and the
See Our
Clay County. Florida ROBERT V. KING seal of said Court at Green
New & Used Appliances for Sale MOBILE HOMES Highway 13 South of New July 4, 11. 18. & 25 JAMES LEONARD STRICK- DefendantNOTICE Cove Springs Florida. this let

Heating Air-Conditioning Bridge, turn right at Collecove LAND. if alive and. if dead, OF SUIT day of GEORGE July A. il.D.& CARLISLE 1963.

RefrigerationPhone Store, follow signs LEGAL NOTICE the unknown spouse., heirs devises Clerk Circuit Court

284-3542 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURESALE grantees creditors, or Deputy Clerk FOR THE BEST In all-round
Located on Idlewild Ave. For Your Used Mobile Home. CIRCUIT BY CLERK COURT OF other parties claiming. by. ROBERT V. KING Jennings Attorney& Norton for PlaintiffP. good printing try the CRES-

Top Dollar Paid. Big Allow- We give NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN through. under or against the O. Box 372
PACKAGE STORE that the undersigned. George L. VP 22 Green Cove Springs Florida CENT PRESS. INC., The priceIs
ance on Your Coach to Trade. "FirstHaircut"Certificates Carlisle. Clerk of the Circuit said JAMES LEONARD Fleet Post Office July 4. 11. 18. & 25
Court of Clay County. Florida. STRICKLAND c/o rIght
Call EV 4-5584 Collect.ST. : ALONZO A.
will on the 15th day of July San Francisco California
PAUL'SAll 1963. during the legal hours Of ST R I C K LAN fl, unmarried: LEGAL NOTICE
JOHNS MOBILE HOMES sale at the main door of the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
Court Housg of Clay County in NADENE STRICKLAND, and
Legal Beverage Inc. ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 the City of Green Cove Springa.Florida. .I HLTl'lK FAYETTE STRICK- that a suit has been filed IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF
offer Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. JESSE M. RITTER at public outcry to the highest LAND. against you in the above en- CIRCUIT OF THE

Orange Park Barber Shop and best bidder for cash the titled cause and you are hereby STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
Dnval Coroty Line 284-9436 following described property Defendants FOR CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. situated in Clay County. :Florida required to serve upon plaintiff's IN CHANCERYNO. COURT IN" AND FOR
North of Orange Park 2.14 tfc to-wit: NOTICE OF SUIT and 380- CLAY COUNTY. FLORiDA
location for 15 attorney name
same over years Lots thirteen (13). Four- THE STATE OF FLORIDA ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE : Ne, 44

KINGSLEY & IinVAY 17 teen (14) and Sixteen (16). address appear hereon, your RULE NISI I IN RE: ESTATE OF OSCAR C.
Green Cove_ Springs as per written defenses if any to the OF G Jt E E N COVE NOTICE OF FILING FINAL

iiTONJTYkIIEAEFOR Plat recorded in Plat Book LAND. Residence: California bill of complaint in said suit, SPRINGS a municipal corporation RETURN AND PETITION FOR.
I I[ I FREE ESTIMATESALL 2. page 1 Public Records of Men's Colony, Los Padres California of Florida. APPROVAL OF RETURN AND
Clay County. Florida. copy of which Is delivered to Petitioner. FOR ORDER OF DISCHARjGK
WORK GUARANTEED pursuant to the Final Decreeof ; Mailing address: Call- vs. OF EXECUTRIX
Foreclosure entered In you herewith, on or before OF FLORIDA. and GIVEN
case -in said uCOurtthe a. _fornia___ __ Men's_ __n Colo_ ____ v.. P._ O._, Box__:_: : THE STATE NOTICE IS HEREBY
pending July 15th A. D. 1963. the taxpayers property owners that I %ave filed ray final return
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY style of -whidh is National hankof E. Room 2280. Los Padres, California and citrzens of the City of Green ** Executrix of the !Lost Will
SALE HELP WANTEDA Commerce in :Memphis Tennessee Herein fail not or decree pro Cove Springs. Florida. Including and Testament and First Second

a corporation. Plaintiff. ; confesso will be entered againstyou non-residents owning ,propertyor and Third Codicil of Oscar C.
vs. J. F. Hellard. Jr., and Von- JAMES LEONARD STRICK- subject to taxation- therein Johnson deceased. therein requesting
ceil Hellard. his wife. and Crown relief in the DefendantsTo of the return
SALE 4 bedroom Archie PadgettOn for the prayed Approval
FOR WATKINS ROUTE in this Credit Corporation Defendants LAND. if alive and the unknown the State of Florida and and order of discharge; and after -

house Elsie Street Hilltop area is open for semiretiredman Kingsley Ave., Just and the docket number of whichis of James Leon- bill of complaint. the several itfrfsertnder" publication of this notice
No. 3637."WITNESS. spouse NATURE OF SAID taxpayers, once eachweek for four consecutive -
Section call: 284-3860. or lady. Many semiretired East of Hwy. 17 my hand and the ard Strickland if alive and if; THE having or claiming any right weeks I will allly to
official seal of said Court this DIVORCE in to .
SUIT BEING FOR title or interest property the Honorable Judge
25-tfc people earn $50.00 to $100.00per Ph. Aro. COngress 4-9213 27th day of June. 1963. dead. the unknown spouse. be afifected by the issuance of County Judee's Court in and
(SEAL,) WITNESS my hand and the the certificates hereinafter men- Florida for-
week depending on time Orange Park, Fla. for Clay
creditors -
devises grantees
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT seal of said Court at Green tioned or to be affected In anyway approval of said final return
FOR SALE: Two boats. Rea. devoted to Route. Also have 1 GEORGE L. CARLISLEBy or other parties claiming thereby: and for an order of final discharge
Grace M. Carlisle Florida. this 11th above coming on to Last
Cove Springs The cause : a* Executrix of the
sonable. For .information call full time Route open. Maybe Deputy Clerk by. through under or againstthe I be h card upon petition filed Will) and Testament and First
yon can qualify. For personal INSTRUCTIONS or SCHOOLS Hobbs & WhighamAttorneys day of June A. D. 1963. herein July 1st. 1963. by the Second and Third Codicil of
6-20 said James Leonard Strick-
281.9301 for Plaintiff GEORGE L. CARLISLE I City of Green Cove Springs a Oscar C. Johnson deceased
interview in your area. writeJ. 211 Jackson Street land. Residences: UNKNOWN; political subdivision and muni- Dated: July 2. 191 l.HBL.HN .
II. Box Wil- JOB SECURITY: Can be yours Tampa 2. Florida Clerk Circuit Court cipal corporation in the Countyof J. BROWN
FOR SALE: Two narrow rim McGarity, 627 July 4. 1963 All parties having or claiming Clay and State of Plorda. acting Am Executrix of the Last Will
liston Fla. 6-13, 20, 27-c by t preparing now for coming By Estille Ridley by and through its City and Testament and First Second
to have right title
26" bicycle tires and tubes. Excellent Civil Service: Examinations.For LEGAL NOTICEIN any or Deputy Clerk Commission seeking to deter- and Third Codicils of Oscar C.

condition. Phone 284- interest in the property described mine the authority of said Cityto Johnson dec.aaed.J'ulJ' .
Information: Write-Ad. (SEAL) issue Water and Electric 4, 11. 18. & 2S
3166. WANTED: Couple to live in TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF in the Complaint filed Revenue Certificates In the
vance--P. O. Box 218 Lady SCRUBY amount of 775000. payable
nice home in Orange Park cause.
Lake Florida. Attorney for Plaintiff from the net revenues derived LEGAL NOTICE
Fla.. in exchange for certain CHANCERY You are hereby notified thata from the operation of the combined -
FOR SALE: New. Cartop. 10-ft ORANGE PARK FLORIDA waterworks and electricsystem
maintenance work. For detaiL NO. 3655 suit has been filed againstyou and from the proceeds of
6-in. boat. Will take 10 hp JOB security can be yours by LYNDA SALLERS June 13. 20. 27, and July 4-p a cigarette lax for the purposeof NOTICE OF APPICATIO.V
in the above entitled
call Miss Futch-ELgin 5-0641 cause; FOR TAX DKKUSr
motor. 515 W. Grove SU, GCS preparing now for coming Civil Plaintiffvs. paying the cost of acquiringthe *. ......,. F. S.
7/4-11-18-25 and that you are hereby required properties comprising the UlVEr.that
Service exams. Send name, LEGAL NOTICE deactivated United States naval
to file your answer with the station at Green Cove Springs H. O. Toothaker the holderof
address and phone number to the following certificated h.i.
FOR SALE: 14' Plasti-Crusier JAMES SALLERS Clerk of this Court and to servea more particularly described In
filed said tertlficates a. taLdeed
:: Bill No. 679. effective
Mercury 400 and boat trailer. HELP WANTED: Farmhand NATIONAL TRAINING SERV- Defendant copy thereof upon the plaintiff's IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF May Senate 14. 1963. and to determinethe to be Issued thereon The

must know how to build and ICE INC. Box A, Clay County legalityof the proceedings certificate numbers and years of
tanks. All in
with two gas good NOTICE OF SUIT attorneys whose names CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn had and taken preliminary to Issuance the description. of th<>

shape. Total price $525.00. repair fence. Bartholf Dairy. Crescent Green Cove Springs THE STATE OF FLORIDA- and address is: WILLIAM C I CHANCERY and in connection therewith and property. and the .names in
d are all
seeking a decree of this Courtto whioh is was ases
Floyd D. Baker R. R. 1, Keystone Fla. JAMES SALLERS GUTHRIE, JR., and ARTHUR NO. 3648 validate and confirm the proceedings follows
Certificate No. *&
Ph. 473-4857 FOR RENT WARE COUNTY ROAD CAMP T. BOONE. 102 Florida Title Clarence T. Boone and said certificates for said when certificates Issued Year of Iseuaixe Juae 1. lIlt<<
PLUS ? ? ?
WOMEN 18 to 55
WAYCROSS GEORGIA Building. Jacksonville 2. Florida Plaintiffvs. pursuant thereto and said Description of Property
& 2* Slk. 14 A PlanningIn
DOCTORS and DENTISTS: petition now having been presented -
FOR SALE: 2H acres, 3 bed- FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED not later than July 30, A. D. to this Court and the land Estate SID Sec. 18. T. 8. 6.K .

room house, hardwood floors house, newly painted inside and Need women to train to be that a suit has been filed 1963. Vera Court being- fully advised In thepremines .Name K. MB.In which assessed Hei-n

2 wells barn-Price $1400 out. reasonable, large yard appliances Assistants Receptionist, Office' against you In the above enti- If you fail to do so, decree BooneDefendant IT IS ORDERED. ADJUDGED O. Johnson. In
Management and Practical AND' DECREED that the State AH of said property being
down. $79 per month. Also 12 furnished. Call Penney tled cause and you are hereby pro confesso will be entered NOTICE OF SUIT of Florida. through the State the County of Clay. State of

year-old quarter horse approved -I Farms. 5298211. 20tfc Home Nursing. Preliminary required to serve upon plaintiffs against you for the relief demanded Attorney of the Fourth Judicial PlorMa.' Unless such certificate or
Circuit of Florida. end the several -
training given at home your -
for register. Well trained. attorney whose name and in the Complaint.The I property owners, taxpayers certificates shall be redeerrf-d
time. For information : citizens and others 'having or according to law the property
$175. Ph. 284-9730. 1 wk spare address appear hereon, your nature of said suit being claiming any right title or Interest described In such certificate or
I FOR RENT: 3 rooms and bath address and phone number to: Vera Boone certificate will be sold to the
be affected -
written defenses If any to the for partition of the pro-I in property to
ST. JOHNS MOIIILE HOMES, furnished apartment. N e w 1 J I "Careers," P. O. Box 218, Lady D-5 Gonzales Gardens by said issuance of certificates highest bidder at .the. Mondayin courthouse : )
] bill of complaint In said suit. perty in this cause together or to be affected In anyway door on the first
Inc. decorated. Phone Keystone Lake. Florida. 5-30 6-20-c 'Columbia, South Carolina thereby. be and they are Motttti of August. 1981.
1/4'' copy of which is delivered tc with an accounting of the each hereby 'r showcause. which t. the 5th day of A"'U8t.un. .
We Will Trade for Your Car you herewith. onor before July rents profits etc. therefromand t If any there dbeo betfore .
MEN-WOMEN 18 to 55 plus! that a suit has been fili this Court on the 1st day of Dated this let day of July.
Furniture Diamonds or Anything 22. A. D. 1963. .
that said property be sold August. 1963. at 9 o'clock a.nx. 196*

of Value on a New Mobile BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Motel or Resort Managemen Herein fail not or decree pre and the proceeds thereof distributed -i ed against you in the above at the Courthouse In Green Cove (SHAL) L. Carlisle
Florida the
Home. Men Women or Couples can: confesso will be entered againstyou in accordance with | entitled cause and you are Springs said petition, why should not prayerof be Clerk .( Circuit Court of

available! make high salary plus | hereby required to serve upon granted" and Why';" the proceedings Clay Cowty. Florida
Profitable dealership apart-
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, for the refUel prayed In said accounting and the inter- for said certificates and July 4. 11. 11. It **

Inc. representing established leading ment. Pick your own location the bill of complaint.THE ests of the defendants therein : plaintiffs attorney whose name said certificates when Issued

6263:: Roosevelt Blvd. Florida Aluminum Product with our Placement Assistance. NATURE OP SATE WITNESS my hand and the 'and address appear hereon. validated pursuant thereto and should confirmed not be as LEGAL NOTICE

Learn home in 1! your written defenses, if any, therein prated.
Manufacturer. Prefabricatedunits at your spare SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCEI
seal Green
EV 4-53S4 of said Court at AND IT IS FURTHER OR-
Trade time. For Personal Interview : to the bill of complaint in said IX TIlE COURT OF THE
or for the Building hereby certify that a copy Cove Springs. Florida. this 10th DERED. ADJUDGED AND DECREED COUNTY JUDGE

and Home Improvement Fields Write--American-P. O. Box suit copy of which is deliveredto that the Clerk of this CLAY COU-VTY. FLORIDAIN
hereof has been mailed by
284-9436 day of June. A. D. 1963. I Court be apd he is hereby required -

::-U tfc-Write P. O. Box 15175, Tampa 218, Lake Lady Florida. United States Mail postage GEORGE L. CARLISLE you herewith. on or before hearing to by give causing notice a copy of such of In re: Relate PROBATE of Ella S. Bazatt

Florida for details. 6-2' 5-30 6-20-c prepaid. to the defendant at Clerk of the July 15 A. D. 1963. this order and rule nisi to be Deceased. AND!
Herein fail not or decree pro published in the Clay County OR
the defendent's residence PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
:i..4i.+++1-I :.+1-H.I +++I++I+:+} I } .: :<';- X-4-: > -:**+h"H-: : :-:+: :+: :--HI place Circuit Court confesso win be entered against Crescent a newspaper published DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
as stated in the plain- By Grace M. Carlisle In said County and of general ESTATEs

tiff's constructive you for the relief prayed In the circulation In said City onceea.c'h Yon and each<< of you are he"e-
I affidavit for Clerk week for at least three
I AREA BUSINESS bID of complaint. consecutive weeks prior to said by notified and required to pr'sent
service filed herein and in aad demands
compliance June 20, 27. July 4. 11 1st day of August 1963. the any claims

.+4-H.I+I M"l 1 H-M'M--I H I-WHM"I > ",-k"i J H--H : iHH+:-:",. +-;-. with Section 48.13 THE NATURE OF SAID first publication to be at least have which against yon. or the either estate of you.of maT k-i*
SUIT BEING FOR Divorce. eighteen days prior to said date.
Florida Statutes. AND IT IS FURTHER OR- S. Bnxatt. deceased. late of said

my that by such publica- Clay County. Florida at h s.
i seal of said Court at Green seal of said Court at Green tion of this order and rule nisi office in the court house of AId

AIR BASE FURNITURE: CO I will not be responsible for Cove Springs. Florida this 10th all property owner, taxpayer County At Green Cove Springs
AMERICAN Cove Springs. Florida this 19th within six calendar
Fine FurnitureCarpeting EASTERLING PHARMACY citizens and others having or Florida
any bills or debts or purchases of June A. from the time of the
day D. 1963. months
OFFICE SUPPLY CO. day of June A. D. 1963. claiming any rl3. title or
Appliance publication of this not1<:e.
by anyone except myself, now Interest IB mid city or
Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service GEORGE L. CARLISLE the property therein hall be Two copies of each claim or
or in the futnre. and personally served witb pro demand shall fee la writingAnd
Lloyd E. Jones Jr... Owner Clerk Circuit Court
8933 Roosevelt Blvd. Clerk Circuit Court parties defendant to this proceeding hall state the place of residence

Jacksonville EV 7-4011 1 Complete Cosmetic Dept. By Grace M. Carlisle GEORGE W. WILSON By Vivian H. Sohxa and that this Court And post office address of te

Specialists in June 20, 27, July 4. .& 11 Clerk shall teve Jurisdiction of themto claimant and shall be sworn toby
Deputy Clerk Deputy the same extent *s If namedas the claimant his agent or
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office. Equip- (SEAL) defendants in raid petition attorney and Accompanied by A
(SEAL) aDd personally served with pro- flllnc fee J>f one dollar and

Pacemakers mad PeerlesAir Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries ment SAM B. WILSON LEGAL NOTICE Sam B. Wilson ce*. In this eu*.. such claim or demand not so
DONE AND ORDERED at filed anall be void.
Stream for Travel for Plaintiff Attorney for Plaintiff Carol Ann Eaton
Complete Line of Greeting Attorney Jacksonville Florida, this tat
Used Trailers-Bank Financial 217 Life Building T -will not be responsible for 217 Guaranty Life Building day of July 1963.John A J. C. Sapp
Guaranty ./ 1C UcNatt As Co-exeentor of the Last Will
0017 Roosevelt BI'Yd.BtiTI'S 20H Standing BlvL.Jaeks Cards bills contracted by any other
Jacksonville Florida than mysekf. Jacksonville. Florida Circuit ..I114c.ulJ' And Testament of B& 8. Basalt
MOBILE HOMES. mon Helen N. Shaw 4. 11. 11Julyt.l1.1I deceased.
$-$7. .avnte BT -.TJ& 2055-57 Park St.. Jacksonville June 20. 27. July 4. 11 Jane 27 July 4. 11 & IS June 13. 20. 27. and July 4-p. --1: July 4. 1L II. ZS

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reprints of these photographs at S1.25 will be more vital than ever as we move'

each, payable in advance. into our great industrialization, I wish

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