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 11, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33135451
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against The City of Green Cove

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Was & ing tion.Mrs.to do with the Naval Sta- }, 55: 'S Due In December

By Scott Smith, Jon Stump, John Groner Geneva Revels (not the Burlington Industries, the nation's 48th largest cor-
M wife of Ford dealer J. P. Revelsas this week accordingto
in Green Cove
Monday poration, began
One hundred and seventeen of us went on )
has been widely reported .
: : Conway Owings, the 38-year-old South Carolina-born plant
and came back on Friday. There were only a few cases of sun- filed a suit in Circuit Court .r A. .Q. i4' superintendent who was moved from the company's high Point

burn, the new boys who talked too much lost their voices; and last Friday seeking a judge- plant to reactive its mill here.

Mike Towers got heat cramps and they had to give him oxy- ment of $5,000 from the city 4 .s ) The start was hailed by County business leaders as a
Mrs. Revels claims
for injuries
IX X In the economic fortunes of Green Cove.
and salt water and honey. It worked. major turning point
gen she sustained from a fall on
55 I Dr. Russell Jensen president of the Clay County Cham-
they were kind
We went to Cherry Lake in two busses Palmetto street. *5 ..
ber of Commerce, characterized Burlington's return to Green
of iilled. On the way we stopped at Suwanee River Park for The plaintiff reportedly lives
t Cove as "a great compliment to the people of the area becauseit
lunch after everyone had been good and hungry for three in Orangedale just across the leaves no doubt that these people have what it takes to

sandwiches and we bought cold drinks river from Green Cove Springs
hours. We had our own make any investment pay off.

there. in St. Johns County. : c "I am optimistic about the future" said Sheriff John
contends that she trip- i'r
We got to the camp by 2:15: and began straighteningout I Hall.
Afterwards we were allowed to go ped and fell on a broken sidewalk "We are all happy to see Burlington back in the County
cabins and bunks.
our i I resulted in serious
which and I know the members of the Board of County Commissioners -
to pavilion where they have a canteen with soft drinks, and permanent injuries. The
0'ex-- : will do everything in their power to help the officials and
chips and lot of other things. contends that the city was 2'vcY: d
candy bars pretzels, potato a suit "
employes of the company said Luther G. Wilson, chairman
baseball,,! in not repairing the .i. .
For recreation we played basketball, shuffleboard negligent of the Board of County Commissioners.Green .

dodge ball, ping pong tetherball badminton and other games. sidewalk. c.r.C.. : :$ 7to,?" : Cove Mayor Ed Taylor: "The reopening of Burlington -
She asks damages for her in-
Everybody was there, with the girls and boys playing I is a happy beginning of our Industrialization. I believe
juries, for expenses
other topnotch industries will follow their lead."
together. After that we had assembly and we were introduced I and loss of earnings from em- .t
Acting City Manager Ben Zellner said the company's
to the camp staff. E. D. McCall. County Agricultural extension 1 ployment caused by the acci -
I !w: 5'I, operations in Green Cove will benefit not only local businessbut
said there would be dent.
agent who was in charge of everything the City as well.J. .
The suit against the city attracted -
cabin inspections in the morning. Actually, here were cabin R. Kirkland. manager of the A&P Food Store, said the I
almost as much interestin
inspections every morning and he never picked on one per addition (by year's end) of 200 breadwinners In Green Cove
Green Cove Springs as pre-
son. He would chew out a whole cabin if everything wasn'tproperly vious suits argued during the will have a beneficial effect on food sales, and food sale em-

picked up. He would judge for cleaning the cabin past month dealing with the ployes throughout the City. He said he was proud to wel-

cooperation among the boys or girls in that cabin good sports- naval base because word got CONWAY OWINGS come Burlington back.
Harry Perlman. a leading men's haberdasher In Green
lot of other things. Mrs. J. P. Revels was
neatness of the individuals and a out that
Cove: "Reopening of the mill has renewed the people's confi-
No. 10. when we left, was the the plaintiff. Mrs. Revels given
Jimmy Booth's cabin '. dence in the solid progress of Green Cove and the County."
name is also Geneva. ;
honor cabin. A close runner-up was DonBowles Cabin 14. Mrs. Revels and her husband lFS";Y.. r; >,:; 5i'>: Mr. Owings, a Marine veteran of World War U. Is a

L After assembly we went swimming in the lake. Across stated that they had received graduate of the University- of South Carolina. He has been

the lake'from our camp we could see the State of Georgia: dozens of calls some ol with Burlington for six years.HisrwanageyIalstaff .

During our first swim.. ,ach of us had a buddy. When the them critical, as a result of the .,. .y, ,'1 will comprise tbe oUosJpJogkGarrard }
personnel manager; Robert Terry' lid st lei afri er:
blew his whistles, everyone ACCTCHct-"S
main life guard Hynes Boyd suit.The ,.. Jerry Adams office
Morris Dimsdale training
s manager; -
in identity was "tYi..9i i.xd ( ;% supervisor
error .
the water had to raise the hand of his buddy, girls and boys compounded by the fact that ,.:? 'Ch'ft'ti'x o.,ta. ;: i:. ; and E. C. Rawls, maintenance supervisor. '

too. This enabled the life guard to see that anyone was safe. Mrs. J. P. Revels underwent ar a. ..,'aVo.ao' e .;1et6iNbec-, The first stretch yard, which will be produced in a num-

After our swim, we had supper: really good beef stew. By operation on her foot recently ber of qualities and weights, came off the intricately-design
KP that first meal. ed machines at the first of this week. The process begins with
drawing straws Scott Smith's cabin drew and had been bobbling aroundon
f'8'3fotI the twisting and heating of ordinary nylon yard (each mach-
were other Mrs
through the line, the HP's crutches. The
When everyone had gone ine Is threaded with dozens of spools.) This Is
process some-
allowed to sit down and eat. You could have all the milk you Revels that her contended ankle was in broken the suit by uwr A I4OO to P flr thing akin to giving a woman a permanent wave. The stretch

could drink. For dessert we had chocolate pudding.For the fall. yarn, in the waving Is used In only one (of the two) sets of

the next four days we had routine that included threads. The second set uses ordinary non-stretch yarn.

sports swimming, vesper services every night, raising and According to Mr. Owings stretch yarn was first madeIn
France in 1888. It did not become
OP TO GETGARBAGE a CODlIDfl'CIalltem until
the flag. On the raising of the flag every morning,
lowering of
It further
TRUCKA was developed In Switzerland within recent years.
we would line up in front of the flagpole and say the pledgeto However, stretch yarn Is only now coming to be accepted -

the American flag and the 4-H pledge. When the flag was modern system for collection GREEN COVE SPRINGS for such a wide variety of items as dungarees, ski suits

in silence. After I of garbage will go into effect .. women's and men's clothing and
lowered we stood in front of the flagpole .. : a large number of other
in Orange Park in the
at night we had a dance. On the slow dance contest SQPAN products.
vespers I near future. tiT : r Burlington with approximately 150 plants in eight
Joanne Swanson and Ronnie WaIl won first prize; ,and Sara Commissioner Herbert Morris -
nations around the world, moved up this year to 4&Ui among
Scott Smith won second place. In the twist.Jon said bids will be opened
and the nation's
Page Long biggest companies. Its sales are well over $1 billion
Stump and Pattie Kemper won first place in second place July 16 f for purchase of a truck I and according to Mr. Owings, they are this year from five

was Danny Harper and Norlene Elliott. which will be installed with a Tax Increase OP Commissioners Against to 10 per cent ahead of sales last year.

Pak-mor garbage packer. The has recently instituted
circle. an employe-profit
after the dance we had a friendship
Every This will mean elimination of in TownThe sharing plan. Employment at the Green Cove plant Is now
All 117 of us stood in a circle, crossed hands and sang "DayIs Dpen trucks now in use for col- Expected For Bridge Entrance approximately 30 persons. It Is scheduled to go to 200 by tho
Done". After that we had 15 minutes to get our showers lection of garbage Morris said first of 1964.

and get to bed. Morris said the town would Town of Orange Park located in Duval County" hi

The first night, all the cabins were pretty noisy until also begin destruction of some I New BudgetMembers doesn't want any ,part of t said "as we would derive th

one of the counsellors came around, then things quieted down. 3f its old records under terms proposed new bridge to be con- same economic impact without BEVELS WINS AGAINJ.
talking and it count- last\ of the Count loss of valuable residential pro-
counsellors had a way of catching us of an ordinance adopted
structed across the St. John P. Revels will leave on August 22 for Hawaiias
ed against our cabin when we were caught. One of the coun- week. The ordinance forbids Commission reported this week perty. a winner in the Ford Motor Company's May-Jon*

sellors stood around Cabin 8 for 15 or 20 minutes that first destruction of any old record that there will probably be a River. The easterly end of the sales contest.

night listening to the yakking. The next morning Mr. McCall of historical value. slight increase in the tax levy Members of 'the Town Com- bridge is expected to be locat- Mr. Bevels, who will be accompanied on the trip

asked the boys Cabin 8 if they hadn't been up a little late the The town will also try tc during the next fiscal year tc mission went on record last ed in the Mandarin area. The by his wife won trip a year are to Europe on the basis

night before. find land suitable for construction equip- week as opposing plans for con- proposed bridge would becomea of sales within a territory covering both Florida and
On Wednesday afternoon we had a wrestling match. In of a Little League baseball purchase badly-needed struction of the westerly entrance part of Interstate Highway

the main match Jimmy Booth beat Mike Towers. In a tag team field Morris said. ment and to increase the pas s to the bridge, plus a 2-95. Georgia.A Ford dealer less than three years Mr. Knelt

match, those two met, two at a time, Jon Stump. Bruce and The local Lions Club was tf some county employes.The cloveileaaf interchange, within Ironically Duval County officials is one of the few dealers in the nation to win the covet

Craig Maguire, Terry Turner and Eddie Taylor. Stump Turner granted permission to sponsor commissioners and Clerk the town limits. last month complained ed trip twice In a row.

and Taylor were pinned. In the final run-off, none of the dedication of the new civic George Carlisle worked long Mayor Walter Odum explained that the SRD was discriminating -

finalists won. center buildings which were that resolution was adopted ic
four ol a against their county
hours during early part I
out swimming certifi- occupied last week. No opposing Orange Park as the in BOARD BACKS LONGIn MORE IMPROVEMENTS
Hynes Boyd had not given any the week listening to request i plans for placing bridge I
cates all year until Clay County got there. The first girl to 'tion is planned until dedica-I from various agencies and get- site for the bridge because the Clay County. a special meeting last IN SPRING PARK

pass the advanced test was Joanne Swanson. She is small ing is completed. ting the budget in shape for town just can't afford to lose Location of the bridge will week the county School Board,I The City of Green Cove

but she had beautiful form and she passed without any real I 1 advertising.It that much land area. 1t'! ., be determined to a great ex- by a 4-1 vote, supported Supt. Springs is making addittenaJ

trouble. Others who got the advanced swimming certificateswere CLAY COUNTY HOMEDEMONSTRATION I will probably be the lat- Mr. Odum said he had learned tent to whether the river bot- H. C. Long in his recommendation improvements in Springs Park

Mike Eichorn. Eddie Taylor and Scott Smith. Artie Mul- WOMEN I ter part ,of this week or the through his own efforts 1 tom is suitable for building a for an organiratbnchange : through construct* of a eGBI -
ford and Dianne Swanson were the first girls to pass the week before the that tests were being made tc lengthy causeway on both side at the Orange Park I crete retaining wall and stops
ATTEND STATE MEETINGMrs. first of next I
swimmers' test. Boys who passed it were Jon Stump Mike tentative budget will be com- locate the westerly entrance tc of the river. Proposed sites in Junior Senior High SchooL I City Manager Ben Zelteez

Harper Victor Dupree Buck Rivers Bryan Wells. Craig Mag- Beulah Hollingsworth pleted. the bridge at one of three sites Duval County reportedly con- Only W. E. Cherry board i I said the retaining wall spill

uire and John Groner.At president of the Clay Counts within the town limits. tain too much work. member from the Orange Park halt from the picnic area intc

the swimming meet on Thursday Eddie Taylor tcok Senior Council of Home De- Approximately $25,000 is needed i r-:: "One of these sites." Mr Odum said It was doubtful: District voted against the I I the creek. It will add greater
road equipment
first place in the big splash contest. In the volleyball relay. monstration Club, and Mrs. county commissioners reported Odum said "is a Styles avenue if the resolution would prove change. beauty to the park aDd the

members of cabin 9 won. They were John McCall. Bruce Mag- Maybelle Manning, council delegate which the will require one mil: only a short distance from the of any great value In the final Long recommended several I steps will make it easier for

uire, Terry Turner] Joey Sobotta. In the free style contest, Jon will represent CIa increases wiL: business area. Any of the three decision but the commission months ago that seventh and I persons to gain access to the
Stump took first. The fifty yard breast stroke. Scott Smith County at the State Council] of tax levy.additional Pay sites under study would split I felt it should voice its opposi- eighth grade pupils itoe. placeduz !;Eprirlgt.atnd 2 reation area to

pulled first. In the cookie race cabin 8 won. The memberswere meeting held fa Gainesville this amount to went record expenses last the town and take away valuable tion. Before a final decision Is 1cr the direct supervision vol 1j thecity ha1&t

Scott Smith and Billy Hutchins. In the soft ball and week.Fiftytwo. The board on increase residential property or made interested person will Asst. Principal Pope:
spoon race cabin 13 won. Its members were Jerald Mooneyham counties will be represented month as favoring a pay which expensive homes are lo. have an opportunity to'regis- Principal C. F. Holrnes'would reduce the eest of the project -
road department em-
Robert Jeffers. Dale Remay and Brian Wells and the under at this meeting. Clay of cated." ter-protests 'at a public hear remain In charge of the board Mr. Zeflaer said. '. .

water swim was taken by Mike Eichorn. County delegates win assist ployes. Odum said he was amazedthat but would not delegate duties

The girls had a meet too, their winners were as follows: delegates from Columbia and The new budget will go intc the State Road Department ing.A new bridge to provide to Griffin concerned with senior organizationpfen.' '' '

Pat Bryan won the big splash.' Janice Snelgrave and Flora Bradford Counties in setting up: effect Oct. 1 of this year. or Federal Bureau of acloser link with' downtown high pupils without approval The board gave its support

Loony won the cracker contest. Karen Rivers won the 50 yard the banquet tables. The theme Other than working on the Roads had not contacted Jacksonville,and the Naval Air of Long. : 110 Long despite,heated protest.

freestyle. Debbie Agin won the underwater swim. Karen Rivers for the banquet win be The budget the board attended Orange Park officials on the Station has been under const The seventh and eighth I from a group of 'OrangePaikpargata

won the breast stroke. Gail Warner Kathy Murdock. Chris Light of the Home. only to routine matters at its tests. eration for.a number of years grade pupils would also. segregated who. argued that the ;

Marcy and Debbie Agin won the volleyball relay. The next Mrs. Margaret R. Nelson meeting'_Monday. It was held one "We would prefer that the as part of the Jacksonville Expressway -. In a part of the' ChooJ chang would i spilt the sobooJ, I
left at 12:00 for home an In all Home Demonstration agent of the 'quietest sessions
and :
day we packed our in several years. westerly end of the bridge be 1 system. as much as possible under the and hamper its progress.
it was a BLAST. will accompany the group.


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PAGE TWO OJtatj( (Eountfl fflresccnt! THURSDAY JULY 11, 196 !


:J ort: (Bounty:: 'Crescent! ottikttr MHC &: Eight Stories of phone Books ,

"We are fighting by ourselves alone; but we are not ,< Penney Farms

fighUnfor ourselves alone we await undismayed the Impending "They gotcha over a barrel haven't they? It's a shame"

assault. We must show ourselves equally' capable of the man said.I .
HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8131
meeting sudden violent shock or what is perhaps a harder looked again into the face of the hitchhiker. It was Reporter:

test a prolonged vigiL But be the ordeal sharp or long, or remotely familiar or my wife and I would not have given According to the traditional be returning to their home at

both, we shall seek no terms we shall tolerate no parley; we him a ride. I could not put a name on the face. at Memorial Home Communitythe Los Altos California.The ,

may show mercy we shall ask for none. "Who has s 1J.''as .
me over a barrel I asked him. 4th of July was celebratedby s

Winston S. Churchill "Oh, well," he said "people used to like the paper. a patriotic picnic. As the Rev. and Dr. R. G. Kor-

14 July 1940 They used to read it. By the way would you like a drink? My public address system sent out teling returned last week froma

mother told me if you stayed here long they'd sure get you over the air from the churcl: short trip to south Florida

The Bridge: To Have Or Have Not over a barrel" tower patriotic airs the people They spent Saturday througt

My wife allowed as how I wasn't prone to barrels. I. some in pairs, some in foursomes Tuesday in Miami. At Kissimzhie -

The City Commission of Orange Park has gone on in my own inimitable way was fascinated to know whose and some in larger they enjoyed a visit with

I record in opposition to construction of the new St. Johns barrel I was over now. groups came across the cam- the parents of their daughter's

River bridge in Orange Park which means in effect in "It was a good paper" my passenger said, "by the way pus with their tables chairs husband. In Orlando. Dr. Kor-

Clay County. The people of Orange Park are said to be deeply woulld like a drink? I don't blame you." and baskets to the cool shadeof teling had the joy of talkingover a .

concerned lest the residential character of the town be detrimentally like the large liveoak tree next old times in India with a
"Do you mean I asked him "that you don't the
to the Cole residence, on the former missionary colleague ir
affected the of such a bridge.
by presence paper anymore? What barrel am I over? Tell me, What bar-
There was a time when Clay County was vying for the rel am I over?" southeas corner of the cam- that country.Mrs. .

pus, across from the shuffleboard
bridge. "Oh I don't blame you" he said, and then he added, .
Ira M. has takenup
The question is what the presence of the bridge would courts. Frey
"How about drink?
do to Orange Park. The answer are areas in the northern a By 12 oclock about 80 had residence in Pinecrest
At that point I wouldn't have had his drink had it
edge of the town which would discommode the few residentsof assembled. Tables were groan- Manor at Mount Morris near
been Cordon Rouge. I was far too fascinated at the barrel I
that area and leave the rest of the town virtually unaffected. ing under the weight of deli- Chicago. She writes that Pine-

If Orange Park wants to remain a "bedroom town" was over. cious food. "Praise God from crest Manor is new and lovely -

with its economic and social ties largely in Jacksonville and "What don't you blame me for?" I asked him pressingfor whom all blessings flow" was and she has a pleasantroom. :

j Duval County then the City Commission was right. But we a specific answer. sung by the groupand the She wll be glad to heal

have been hearing a good deal for many months now about "Well it's up to you," he said irrelerantly. "By the food began to disappear-(eat- from her friends. :Mrs. Rcbert

the desire of ALL the County to attract payrolls and indus- way would you like a drink. It's the fourth of July. en, of course.) Bay of M H C who is visiting

I try. Where have those who have been a part of this move- "No, I don't want a drink" I told him "but I would At exactly 1 o'clock the relations in that area has call- iW:

ment gone? To Jacksonville? like to know what you're talking about. What don't you blameme tower music gave us a chorus ed upon Mrs. Prey in her new

for? What barrel am I over?" of bells, in honor of beloved' home.

"Oh people used to like that paper of yours. But my "Liberty Bell." and several of I'
the belL Miss Alberta Black left Acting City Manager Zellner takes a measure of the
A BlastThe the attendants rang yes-
Camp Was maw she's been here 80 years she said if you stayed long,
I they'd get you over a barrel." they had brought for the oc- terday for a visit in NyackN. new Clay County telephone books which will be officially released -

casion. Y., with her sister :Mrs. Ger- at the end of this week. Standing beside John Tucker
highest praise that today's teen-agers can bestowon "Has President Kennedy got me over a barrel" I asked
:Mrs. Mary Storey presented trude Farr and her family. Lat- (Jacksonville district manager for Southern BelL Mr. Zellner
any event and they are uncommonly slow to praise him hoping for something more substantial than his fourthof
a patriotic program of song er she will go to Maine to visit calculated that if the 2,040 new phone books were put in
anything is to say that it was "a blast" This is the July hospitality and oratory.
and readings, including thE nieces nephews and friends ir a singlepile they would top an 8-story building. Characterizing -
of those who attended the 4-H camp at
general impression "Who?" he asked me. story of the Pledge of Allegi- Hallowell. Harpswell. Augustaand the new publication as the County's most frequentlyread

1 Cherry last week. "Kennedy." I repeated. I ance-and Mr. J. M. Riced led! Waterville. En route home book Mr. Tucker pointed out that it contains a list of

We agree. "No not Kennedy. I mean this local crowd. But my the flag salute. Several patriotic she will spend more time witr area codes for long distance calls to all major cities throughout -
All the accounts (of the youngsterslead to the im- said it would It's shame but I don't blame "
maw happen. a you. were sung by thE her sister and return to Pen- the nation and a four-year calendar.
that the outing finely blended concoction of!
pression was a
"If not Kennedy, I pressed him "then who do you group accompanied by Miss ney Farms in about twc
good fun sportsmaanship. order discipline and training in
think has me over a barrel? Carrie Tarbell on the auto- months.Mr. .
I respect of those things that have made America the greatest
muttered and the words came out as The Rev. Charles G. ColE Little
"John Hall: he harp. News
nation in the history of the world not necessarily the League
heels. the of the writingof and Mrs. Thoma.s.C.
strongest or the biggest or the best ordered. But the greatestin If I'd pulled them by gave story
that "It used to be a good paper," he went on. "By the the Declaration of Indepen- Tippett of Turners .Falls _Mass
the sense of its respect for Just those things a man All Star practice has been proceeding under somewhat
dence, and read portions of it. are visiting Mrs. Tippett's parents -
named Christ spoke of on The Mount. way. would like a drink? adverse conditions-RAm.
asked aL; Mr. and Mrs. Ward E
Then Mrs.
When these qualities can be mixed in palatable qualities "Since John Hall has me over a barrel." I asked him Last Saturday night Green Cove's All Stars played
those who had had ancestor Krone at Memorial Home Community -
j with the everyday Joy of companionship" it becomes even "what do you advice?" in America at the time or be- for about ten' days Orange Park AU Stars and walked away with a 6 to 2 9 inning -

an adult terminology "a blast. '"Oh." he said, having at long last come to the point. the revolution to lift They will spend some timr win Tonight we again play Orange Park at 7 o'clock at

Credit is due E. D. McCall. Mrs. Margaret Nelson San- "If I were in your shoes I'd give it up. Sure you won't have a their fore hands. A number of visiting in Florida, before they Little League Field.
and to their dedication to
dra Reese and George Owens. "
drink? hands were raised and severa. return home. Next Thursday at 7 o'clock. Orange Park will play
of honor and
the principles decency. "Give what up." I asked. We had Just passed the city told of their forebears somE against a team from Jacksonville Beach following which i

limits of Green Cove Sps., and I was happy at the prospect of of whom participated in the The Rev. J. R. Nicholas wilt Green Cove All Stars will play against another Beach team

Less being rid of this man with his barrels and drinks. war somegiving their lives be the preacher at the Pen- on Friday the 19th Green Cove will play a double-header

DepressedThe "Well." he said;, "that's up to you. But you can't fight and others serving in other ney Memorial Church worship against two teams from Southside Jacksonville.The .

service at 11 o'clock next Sun district tournament gets underway at Little League
John Hall. It's a shame but I don't blame you. capacities. The program closed

City of Green Cove has been called many things "Just because The Crescent has devoted most of its with singing "America the day.Mr.: Field on Monday evening the 22nd. First game at 7 o'clock
most unflattering in recent months. (The Crescent is not. with Green Cove 9 o'clock Jacksonville
news space in recent weeks to two new industries, in which Beautiful.Mrs. H. H. Carter will teach playing at against

by a longshot guiltless.) At this juncture many flattering John Hall had no little interest in bringing into the County the lesson in the combined' Southside "B" team. '
bromidiums can be appled. adult Bible'class at 10 o'clock The tournament will'run' through Friday the: 26th.
and to a series of lawsuits which had they gone the other : Hulda Morse entertained -
The worm has turned into a butterfly.) Cinderella has
way would have set us back a good 50 years does this indicate last Saturday the residentsof j. -
found her slipper and is riding in a golden coach while her :
to you that I'm over a barrel" I asked him. section I of the quadranlein -\.'
sisters (Orange Park and Keystone) sulk at home. The ugly _
? I drew up to the beer parlour at which he had askedto honor of Miss Alberta Black
duckling finally became a swan.
who left yesterday for a visit
The citizens and merchants of Green Cove be discharged."It's .
relatives and friends in the
should at this late date win the Smiles contest hands down. a shame" he said "but I don't blame you. My
f north. Mrs. Morse presented
Two new industries are in operation and both are companiesin maw said they'd do it and she's been here 80 years."
Miss Black with an envelope
which Florida can take pride. The pool at Green Cove from
containing original verses and
which the City takes its name is suddenly a place in which
messages of good wishes, written -
everyone may feel easy in having his children at play. and The MossThe
Bossy by the guests who included -
There are even signs that the marathon litigation that
: Mrs. Anna Neander. Miss
has tied up the base may have reached its end. The litigants
long flowing strands of Spanish moss which drape Ethel Neelands, Mrs. Emma
we hope are tired of paying lawyers to fight a bootless battle.
be mysterious and beautiful Brennemann, :Miss Sella Cass
Florida regarded
the trees of may as
And J. P. Revels, in a depressed area has won. for the
Florida are Just food. Miss Lillian Walter Mrs. A. D
by tournists but to the cow they
second year a Ford Motors Company prize: a trip abroad be- 'tA3.
cause he could sell more cars than his competitors. Because cows are often observed pulling Spanish moss Shephard, Mrs. Minnie Allen

Green Cove will sell what it offers if the offer is from trees and eating it, many questions are asked about its I Mrs. Alice Joralemon Miss

competitive. Green Cove can be within a decade a substantial chemical composition and nutritive value. Dr. James F. Hentges. Bertha Everley Miss Edna cr .
Thomas, Mrs. Mary Storey and ,
city in a fabulous state. Green Cove is getting less depressed Jr.. associate animal nutritionist with the Florida Agriculture Ppk

l every day. Success (to fall back on another axiom) Experiment Stations, tells us that contrary to general belief Miss Alberta Black. Refresh-

breeds success. With a measure of success, with a growing Spanish moss did not originate in Spain. is not a true moss, ments were served by the hos-

optimism, a prize comparable to Mr. Revels' is within the and does not live on the sap of trees. It is a flowering, root- tess.

reach of everyone in Green Cove. All it takes is a smile, a less, air plant which grows from seed. This plant blooms in I

conviction that, in fact the worm has turned. That Green the spring and its tiny slightly fluorescent yellowishgreenflowers I Mrs. Ethel McBride has had

Cove has suddenly become the County's butterfly. can be seen under grass-like leaves. I her daughter and husband, Mr
and Mrs. A. W. Conner of Los
Dr. Hentges explains that Spanish moss spreads or is
Altos California, visiting he*
propagated mostly by birds or wind carrying broken vegetative
Ford Motorawa Expands plant segments to other resting places. Its growth is depen- the past week. Mr. and Mrs

Conner and Mr. and Mrs
dent upon sunshine, water dust and air. 34 4V I Ii
_'-; _;...:. or- Frank Young of Eau Gallie
.., .:' Spanish moss is generally classified as "green" raw Florida have been to Jamaica Y r

",...,-Z':., 'w moss and "dry" or cured moss. Dr. Hentges says that green and the Youn?s. with theft
moss is the living plant which may easily be distinguished from
daughterSally. drove Mr. ant'
,x t xx ,aeFiRgp dead, dry or cured moss which is grayish-lback in color. The
,I Mrs. Conner to Penney Farms
center of a strand of Spanish moss is a brown fiber resembling
thpn returned to Eau Gallic
a horse hair. This fiber commonly called "moss hair." has been
After a loner visit with her
the basis for a large commercial industry in several Gulf Coast J
I moth Mrs. McBride: Mrs 7 i OtiitLlLt
\ states. Because of its toughness and resiliency it is used in 1 .-
Conner and her husband wil"
upholstering materials. However this use is on the decline

because of competition from synthetic fibers.

1+I "The moss haven't the nutritionist points out "is surrounded FLORIDA VETERANS

e eJ. by a greenish-gray bark. This bark and the many
NUMBER 707.000
grass-like leaves on the strands are the source of most of the

nutrients useful in livestock feed." he adds. A report compiled by the

On the tree green moss contains from 65 to 75 percent house committee on veterans

P. Revels Ford Motorama. Inc., is adding an addi- moisture. When dried the long brown moss hair fibers will affairs of the 88th congress 8

tion' which will treble its service facilities and make it one constitute about one-fourth of the dry matter; the remainder t hours that the Florida Depart-

of the largest if not the largest industrial buildingIn being a pulp containing protein minerals and carbohydrates ment of veterans affairs rep- Far

the County. The 7,500-sq.-ft. expansion program constructed mostly cellulose-which are desirable food nutrients for cattle. resents more veterans percen- Apart _.

of steel concrete and brick is scheduled for com- tage wise than any other sin- J
According to Dr. Hentges. Spanish moss would have more
pletion by the end of the month. The completed building will in the :
gle state veterans agency '
nutritive value for cattle than oat straw if its nutrients were Be in Seconds -Y
have 218 feet- frontage on Orange Avenue with a total of digestible.The. nation. Together

than 15,000 feet of floor The .
square buildingIs
more space. that
The reflects 707-
earliest comprehensive analysis of Spanish moss
recessed from the street to provide a large display area.
was made by a commercial chemist in 1926. An interesting 000 war veterans now perman- with Long Distance '

finding was a high ash content of 5% percent in whole moss, ently reside in Florida and .

PUBLISHED EVERY: THURSDAY compared to only % percent in moss hair. Apparently, this is 63.7 percent use this state 4Imt

BYCRESCENT explained by the fact that the leaf scales trap dust from which agency to prosecute the i i

PRESS. INC. the plant derives most of its inorganic constituents. Dr. Hent- claims before the veterans ad-
Green Co.. Springs, Florid I it a nice feeling to know that wherever you are, botiie'sjust
ges believes this may explain the relatively high iron content ministration.The .
Phone 2343166NM1AMAI
I' of Spanish moss. department's goal is tq a hello away? With Long Distance you're close aroundthe

I The commercial chemist also reported the presenceof render maximum service to the

IftlTOtlAt substances which rosy be sources of Vitamin A for livestock. greatest number permitted by clock. To check on things, exchange news send love just

A cen Recent research at the Florida Agricultural Experiment Sta- Its legal and financial limita
= I chat.Being away's better when you know the miles don't matter.Southern .
tions confirmed these findings and recorded qualitative data tions. The responsibilities of

on the content of Vitamin A, carotene and Vitamin C in the department include asss-

EDITOR Duncan Groner I Spanish moss. tance to all veterans. their

GENERAL MANAGER on Eugene Koza Apparently. livestock feeding trials with Spanish moss widows and rependents. in pre-

have never been conducted. However. Dr. Hentges reminds: us paring and developing claim
; eail
Entered ** .cond Cl.... Matter: July IS. )fir. at the Pot Offle. that it is common knowledge that Spanish mass has saved and securing such compensa- :
Gr..B'CoT. Spring.' Florid under the Act of March I. 1S97. the lives of Florida cattle during ., _
many range severe winters. vocational
.,*... Caet.... r. a. Q- C.*. sort.a.. rta. tions hospitalization .' ;;CiJiiiig 1114'1J6'
The existing research data on the protein energy mineral training insurance. and any _'

SUBSCRIPTION! RATES and vitamin content of Spanish moss is sufficient to explainits other benefits or privileges tc ... .

pre' Yeir-In advance "- .- .. S400 appeal to a cow. which they may be entitled. ri

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Cove SocialsThe f 1
Green wish to express our sin- % LAFRA services were

cere thanks to the doctors, at Hickory Grove Cemetery
jFWJ Chard will be installed -
Mrs. Anna
she left for NorfolkVa.
Robert Sudlow friends
Rev. staff,
hospial our many morning, at 10
of the last Monday
short visit with as
of St. Marys Episcopal for a who were so
rector and neighbors of Mr.
Harry W. Taylor, son
Branch and Unit No. 98 of the o'clock for Tina Marie Arm-
Church, is a patient in the Clay friends. kind during Mrs. Tucker's recent and Mrs. Henry C. Taylor, of Fleet i
Ladies Auxiliary of the strong 14 months old daughter -
Memorial Hospital. illness. .. Middleburg a fireman in the Reserve Club (LAFRA) on Fri-
Recent visitors of Mr.. and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Tucker : ;:: US Coast Guard attached to of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
day, July 19th at 8 o'clock.
John W. Dumbauld, son oi Mrs. Leonard Murphy were the Cutter Ojibwa based at Mrs. Norma Koilson will act Ross Armstrong. The Rev. Jim

Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Dumbauld Mr. Murphy's mother, Mrs. C FAINBOW FOUNDERS' DAY Buffalo. A graduate of Clay as installing officer. The publicis McCullough conducted the
his nephew
of Pleasant Point, is on twc High, young Taylor entered the invited to attend. service.
Jackie McNab, of Dothan PICNIC HELD
weeks active duty with the Coast Guard three years ago.
Ala. Miss Norma Jean Watson x. I. Besides her parents, she is
Army Reserve at Fort BraggN. Green Cove Springs Assem- He has been awarded the expert -
also of Dothan, was the guestof ".. ,.. paternal
survived by
C.Mr.. bly No. 77 Order of the Rain medals in both the 30 cali- TOM ADAMS TO SPEAK

I Miss Marsha Murphy. bow for Girls held their AnnualFounder's \ .;:':. .:::<:':\:..:;%,,}=:: I bre Ml rifle and the 45 calibre FOR GCS ROTARY CLUB grandmother Mrs. Florence

: and Mrs. Francis Harm Day Picnic last Sun- ::,;::,::::: pistol. Armstrong o f Cumberland,
Mrs. Walker Bowman left Secretary of State, Tom
and their children Kitty and day afternoon.The Maryland, and her maternal
last Friday for New York City Assembly Tarr of Adams, will be the guest speak-
the R.
Sunday for a ymet at I. Cadet James
Francis, on
to Join her husband for the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
vacation in the mountains ol Hall at 1:00: o'clock and wentto Green Cove, is participating ir -
weekend there. Beach where .. .....: Officer Arnold Moore.
North Carolina.Mr. St. Augustine : ::: the Air Force Reserve
they enjoyed swimming in the: ; .y i Training Corps (A FRO T C) July 15th. at 7 o'clock at the Helm Funeral Home was in

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Holmes ocean. The rains descended and summer encampment at Mac- Methodist Church. of arrangements.
and Mrs. Calvin Wilcox! celebrated their twenty-fiftl .
they returned to Green Cove Tt : i Dill Air Force Base.
and their children are spend- anniversary on July 2nd with :.. I
Spring Park where they enjoyed :> A Cadet Tarr, son of Mr. and
ing the summer at Vilanc a family party. They have:
a picnic supper. >4" ; Mrs. Walter Z. Tarr of Orange
Beach. three children Billy Wanda
About 45 Rainbow Girls, par- Park, was active in the _
and Ricky.Mr. The First Presbyterian Church
ents and friends attended.Mrs. I AFROTC program at The Cit-
Herman E
Mr. and Mrs.
adel Charleston, S. C., wherehe y..
"i Ave. at Gum
Reed have had as their guests and Mrs. H. R. Weiganc Magnolia
Alfred Misner and her received a B. S. degree.
for several days Mrs. Wilda returned last Friday from a k
: Green
daughter, Maryan, have return
Charlette of Tallahassee, her months vacation. They visited .
ed to their home in Jackson, Dennis R. Brybeck, aviation
daughter and son-in-law. Mr Mr. and Mrs.. M. D. Averill ir: Photo by Gene KozaAltmanKing
I Michigan after visiting Mr. structural mechanic airman Sunday School 9:45 o'clock
and Mrs. R. D. Turk of South Augusta Maine, also friends inI
and Mrs. William Geiger. They USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
Bend Indiana and their chil- Bangor and Dover-Foxcroft o'clock
United In lIornln'orsbJp -
planned their trip to coincide ert L. Brybeck of Orange Park 1ff :
dren, Charlette, Stacy and Sal- Asbury Park N. J. and rela- from I .
yith' Marc's confirmation at was recently graduated
ly. Mrs. Charlette is Mrs tives in Tappahanock,
Grace Lutheran Church in Jack, Aviation Mechanical Funda- VISITORS WELCOME

Reed's sister. Mrs. Pearl Hall was the sonville, and Carolyn's graduation Double-Ring Ceremony mentals School at the Naval

from Clay High School. Air Technical Training Cen-
Mrs. Gladys Phillips left this guest last week of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Misner is Mrs. Geiger's The marriage of Miss Ear-; yellow an; their headbands I ter, Memphis Tenn.

week for Racine, Wisconsin Bruce Brooker at their homE: mother. line King to Mr.. Paul Altmanwas matched those of the maid of '

where she will visit her mother on Smith's Lake, Keystone solemnized in a double ring honor. FAMILY FROLICS COMMTT-

Mrs. Charlotte Wittke untr Heights. Howard Altman served as This Week's
Mrs. Loraine Reat of Clear- ceremony in the Assembly of TEE TO HOLD MEETINGThe
about the middle of August I of God Church on July 6th at best man and ushers were
Paralee Stauffer ha: water was the recent guest Family Frolics planning ,.
While there she will also visit Robinson and David
three o'clock in the after Jimmy "
I returned from a three weeks; Mrs.. A. B. Reid. committee will hold a meetingon (
her brothers.Mr. Williams.A .
visit with her daughter, Mrs noon.Mrs. Monday, July 22nd, at 8 BONUSBUYS
held in the
in Pee-Dee, S Mrs. W. L. Stripling. Jr., and Altman is the daughter reception was o'clock, at the V. F. W. It h
and Mrs. Charles L Ralph Yarbray her children, Cindy and Sherriare of Mr. and Mrs.. John Earl social hall of the church after most important that all repre- jjii1r;

Smith and sons Ronald and C. visitng with her parents King of Green Cove and the which the couple left on a trip sentatives of participating or- '

Richard, formally of Swartz A reception in honor of the Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Duck and groom is the son of Mr. and to St. Augustine and then ganizations plan to attend at

Creek, Mich., have moved tc Gordon her mother-in-law, Mrs. Anne' Mrs. R. R. Altman also of South Carolina. this meeting.
Reverend and Mrs.
will :
Green Cove Springs, and are Stripling.Mr. Green Cove. Upon thenreturn they
family will be held
presently living with Mrs The bride, given in mar- reside in Green Cove at the
Sunday July 14, 1963, 8:00 p
Smith's mother, Mrs. J. H riage by her father, wore a Ohio Motel. THEATRE
and Mrs. William
m. at the First Methodist CLAY
Highsmith.Miss I ballerina length white lace Phone 281-6711'
Church, Green Cove Springs have returned from a three '
dress with long sleeves and a BEULAII CHURCHTO i
The public is extended a cor- weeks trip through the New Two
Monday thru Friday
Carolyn Geiger, daughter -I dial invitation to attend. England states. They visited scooped neckline edged in lace Beaulah HOLD REVIVAL Church located on Shows each evening: | Plus Valuable Plaid stimpsj|

of Mr. and Mrs.. William I friends in Maine, Candlewood flowers. Her headpiece was a '
coronet from highway 21 will begin then 7 9 p.m.
circular pearl
Geiger, has returned home Connecticut, and Rye N
returned Isle
Mrs. Egene Koza has 15. It will last Sat. & Sun. Continuous
which flowed a fingertip veil of revival on July
from Clay Hospital home from NAS Hospital! Y. From 2 p.m.
appendec-I illusion net. Her only adorn- until the 21st.
after an emergency where she has been a patient.
ment was a single strand of The Rev. R. L. Larson of
tomy on June 25th. Miss Patti Croft has returned Cedar Creek Baptist Church Thurs. & Fri.
Alf Davis returned home from Atlanta where she: Miss Joyce King, maid oi will be the evangelist.On July 11 & 12 NUTLEY IN QUARTER

Miss Ruth Van de Maaten Sunday from Clay MemoriaHospital visited her sister and brother- honor and sister of the bride the 21st there will be a TWO FOR THE SEESAW COLOREDOLEO
where he has been a in-law, Betsy and Larry Blau.
arrived recently from New Or- : was attired in a street length basket lunch with singing ir Starring Robert Mitchnm

leans to spend the summer patient. dress of green eyelet organdy the afternoon. Sunday Schoo: "

fashioned with a fitted bodice will be held at 10 o'clock and Saturday, July 13

... and full skirt. Her headdresswas morning at 11 o'clock. The HEROES ISLAND
a matching bandeau oi meal will be esrved at 1 o'clock

.. bows with a circular veil. Evening services will begin at Starring Neville BrandSERGEANTS
5: 3
... The bridesmaids Miss Mary
:' is invited to at- Dean Martin
Ann Michaud and Miss. Julie Starring

,:.:':. Altman. sister of the groom I tend any or all of the serv Frank Sinatra
:-'":V';. V.14'ti.v\iv wore princess style dresses of ices.

:. w- 't' ---iJPETERYUN II I Sun.July &14 &Mon.15 2 1-LB. 29c5


I Starring Pat Boone

; II I BRIDE and also TIlE BEAST

...... :. :
Tues. Wed. & Thurs.



Starring Robert Prestor

You will thrill at his life story-how God spared

I his life in the Korean "War-called him to preach Vermont Are.

Green Cove Spring

: and opened the way for him to get an education You have a Y

.:: ...... -Peter Yun plans to finish his education in Church Special and to attend Sunday Invitation School LB. "

:4 :: I

', ..' :: 1 Sunday School ,:45 s.m
""' ;
1 YI" t the U. S. and go back to Korea as a Missionary Preaching 11:00 a.m

Sunday Nite S rr. 7:00 p.m.

; __ Prayer M. Th un. 7:30 p.m.

,. to his own people.- Pastor Ralph S. Morgan LARGE
'.' ::: Phone-EV g- 83()

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Some cars do this on curves..but Tempest Wide-Track.\ {. .' Plan to hear Peter Yun at CHURCH NOTICE WatermelonEACH

......... ..".,.:.-.: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

Wheels! that are farther apart help keep Tempests : -- E. Houston St. A

from leaning all over the place, help ..,_._.. .... N. Magnolia Ave
them unkiak curves.Tiredofwallowmg .

sloshing about?Try our brand.WideTrack '
i'and G: 1'e; Tnes, July 23, 1963 Services held Sundayat
\ 11 a.m.Subject .
Pontiac Tempest '
7:30 pan. :


Rev. Ralph S. Morgan-Pastor 14 Prices in this ad are effective through Saturday, July

13th. 115 N. Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Fla. j

Van Ness Buick-Pontiac, Inc. I A cordial attend invitation our services.is extendeto d 1


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THURSDAY.. JULY 11.. 1963

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I -- BEP:_ := M. ROGERS C :4un OOrange park: Ncfos i--. 1 1'I !


New Medical Offices Opened !I Social Notes Down years old) came in, leaned
i Going
Clay HillReporter over my shoulder and asked "
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lutin- "Have you ot your news about

4.rNrr j iof Jacksonville the GrJf; l iJffI! ::; : : ;"?' '; : t; writ!" Of course we "flared,"
-f are par- : : :,;t.t: 1* ; : MRS. J. L. STRICKLANDWell
.. ,,,, : .. ,, ..: .. : ,
''' 'WV''''' .M. ''
ents of a son, David Allen ; ''' ; ; ; / "No, you can see Tm still writ-
1$ 'r
I born on June 19 at St. Vin- :; .rJL' it seems that someon climbed any of the mountain ing!" What's your hurry'

j cent's Hospital. The baby' made a mistake in the date until she climbed them, they ""Well I Just found somethingout

paternal grandparents are Mr of the Associational quarterly'sure would go unclimbed! here I thought you might

9ryy4' and Mrs. Henry Lutins of Doc- .,.... ,' '. J -; .., ,\\' meeting, of course, we wouldn'tdo When you get too weak to walk make a good story out of, I

tors Inlet. This is the fourth ::,.}.. <. '. such a thing! but the mistake on level land or across a can't, but maybe you can!' Of

child for the Claude Lutins. i was made instead of August floor my advice is, Do not try course, the typewriter was left

12; it is July 12, or next to climb a mountain! It will alone for a minute, and we

I Friday, or Friday of this week; sure master you! But we de went on to learn what the

:Mrs. Lee N. Duncan and he I I Beginning at 9:30 in the morn- envy Bell, she got to look at I great discovery was. You would

daughter Barbara entertained ing at the Hihland church. the mountains, we haven't got- never guess Just what he had

at tea last Sunday afternoonin t Now we hope we have got it ten to even look at a mountainfor found! It was a two and one

I honor of Miss Virginia Bell r straight! years! But what is the difference half inch grass hopper, one of

an Orange Park debutante i It seems there was so much ? The same Lord made these gray brown black, yel

presented at the Golden Ball church business to take care the level land and the moun- low-and any other color you

j last December. The Duncan jI.ijiJ rux of in the business meeting of tains; look upon what you have looking for-spotted ones! -up=
Dr. Thomas F. Hardin at Ohio State University
; home was decorated with lavender -
i. the Highland church last and thank Him for all of his in a pecan tree, gnawing on a
scheduled to this and his medical training in
was move white, and native _
Wednesday night they could creation, including people! limb! He was wondering Just
week into these handsomenew Iowa. He practicing
began greens. Present for the occa-
not get it all taken care of Sidney Strickland, his wife how the thing had gotten
offices at 609 Kingsley osteopathic medicine in sion were 40 guests, including
x so had to postpone a part of Pearl, her mother. Mrs. Coons: there! Well Just in case some
Avenue. The building contains Jacksonville in 1959. A year j i Mrs. Lester C. Manuel of Jersey -
I it until Wednesday night of all called on the Strickland* people don't know itl they can
five examining rooms later he opened an auxiliary t, City, N. J. grandmother
this week. Seems that business
Sunday afternoon for a short fly and that is Just what that
a laboratory, an X-ray room, office for the practice of i of the honoree, and also her 'b1
is "pickin' up" around High- time. They were going by the one had done I It was too high
and emergency room and an pediatrics in Orange Park. aunt, Mrs. Charles Brinkmanof
I land! My mother always taught lake to see other relatives, for "Shorty" to reach, so he
ambulance entrance. D r. Shortly thereafter he and his Buffalo, N. Y. Miss Bell is
i I me, if you are going to dc then back home to Lake City. caught it and Shorty broughtit
Hardin, a native of Jacksonville family moved to Orange Park the daughter of Mrs. EdwardN. Orange Park's old town hall, generally regarded as [
ANYTHING DO IT RIGHT and to church again Sunday and gave it to the cat, she
received his baccalau- where he has done general Bell of Orange Park and the one of the ugliest buildings in northern Florida, has been '
and we still maintain this is night! They had attended make quick work of it! Now
reate schooling Capital practice and pediatrics for late Lt. Cdr. Bell vacated and the handsome new complex of building formingthe
the only correct way to dc church Sunday morning, came that was some adventure storydon't ,
University, Columbus, 0., and approximately three years. I town's municipal center are now occupied. The gabled,
anything, church business oz on to see us and others, then you agree?
turreted, gingerbread edifice is being razed and will soon be
Captain and Mrs. A. R gone. t !-._... .. whatever it may be. attending again Sunday night Well, we had 64 in Sunday

Wooldridge and new baby ---- I Next Sunday evening at 7:30 This Is our Idea of moving School morning-and by the

daughter Laura Ann are stay I the Rev. Wynn of Jacksonvillea around! way we got a report on the

THE WORLD OF ;' ing with friends in Orange Events former pastor of the Caleb I Our daughter and son in law attendance of the Sunday

Park until Mrs. Wooldridgeand church, will be with us in the One of our faithful membersof School where Sid Stricklandand

the baby are able to tra- Highland church and preachfor the Highland church. Vir- family attend also they

vel north to join the two old- The WeekOrange us, or that is the plans at gie Griffis was on the sick list had 70 present. Just 47 of these

er children and continue on to : the present time. Sunday, in bed we understandand 64 of ours were 100 percent

Capain Wooldridge's new duty *W > r Orange Park Little League Lets come on and let him in pretty bad conditionWe members wonder what was

rr post in Ohio. HOME Play-off Games-Saturday, know we are still on the map really missed her as she wrong with the others The

If he isn't with us, let's pat- is such a faithful attendant Junior boys won the banner
uly 13, at 4 p.m., Monday
ronize our own pastor and Nellie Wilkinson of Clay Hill! with a grade of 73. We did not
Mrs. Charles Olden of River July IS, at 5 pjn., Tuesday,
Road is come anyway! It won't hurtus was unable to attend services have but 5 present in Junior
recuperating at home
after uly 16, at 5 pan., all gamesat but may do us worlds of also and of course we missed Union Sunday night, two of
at St.
surgery Vincent'EHospital.
James Miller proprietor of Orange Park Elementary her: These ones who always these were Daily Bible readers

Miller's Variety Store, is a School Field. good.We had among our visitors I attend so regularly are really the leader Bessie Strickland.

patient in Riverside Hospital. Sunday two of our former missed when they can not at- and the youngest, who really

.t ; Mrs. Ralph Moore was hon- Orange Park CivitansTuesday members, Debby Phillips and tend.; Some do not attend should be in the Primary class

ored on her birthday. July 4th. Spending last weekend July 16, at 7 pjn. at her son, Simeon, and his small! enough to seem to be one of but as there isn't a Primary

ir with a picnic given by Mr camping on Lake Kerr were Charlie's Restaurant. daughter Little Debbie. We us more like strangers visit- Union, we take her with the

and Mrs. Stephen J. DeVerc Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Robbins:. Orange Park Presbyterian had not seen these folks for a ing us.Little. Junlros, Patricia Knight and

'Fw at Goldhead Branch State of Kingsley Ave. and Mr. and Church long time, and it really seem- Patricia Knight spent read her Daily Readings, a little -

Park. Mrs. Hubert Chojnacki and Supper (covered ed like -old times to have Sunday afternoon with out girl just seven years old-

three children of Clinton Dr dish) honoring Dr. Talmage them with us. granddaughter Anita Lioutza. she was.a 100 percent member

>> t r r -r i Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McDaniel The Robbinses celebrated their Thursday, July 18, at 6:30 We learned Sunday that the here with Grandmother and This should put numerous

and daughters Patricia and 37th wedding anniversary pm. at the Church. Cedric Rosier family have beer Granddad Strickland. Even if adults to shame. And I mean
t _,: ; Hav!rwtbN+':ahuiJ9YVLtMV66AM.F00DfiQ MM1S OP T2jts N iwiws PLANTATION 7Si Carol moved this week to theii while there. Also on hand for on two weeks vacation, and Lillian and Anita have movedto this leader doesn't let them get

+ ti I* N TJ.RAL.OPE*A tAS IN T>2 R)2rST.) new home in Belle Glade, Flo- the weekend were Mrs. Rob- went to the mountains! This Jacksonville, they came back by with a 100 percent grade

rida. bin's niece Miss Margaret I MABEL GERTRUDE is Bell's trip to the mountains Sunday mornings in time tc unless they deserve it. If they

Ir Dowling of Albuquerque New WATROUS -and believe it or not, she take us to Sunday School and make 85, they get 85, if they

Mrs. Charles Turner has Mexico, and her nephew, Rob-I Funeral services were held says she does not like the church, stay for evening services make 25, that is the grade

ert Dowling, who is stationedat i mountains, she would not have maybe return to Jackson- they get. YOU should be with
come home from St. Vincent'EHospital for Mabel Gertrude Watrous
Fort Bragg, N. C. all of the mountains if they ville Sunday night, or maybe this Junior Union sometimes
after giving birth to 74, last Monday at 2 o'clock at would give them to her! Just stay with us and leave herein ', you would sure learn something
twin; daughters on July 2. The
the Orange Park Baptist give her "good ole Floridy.r.Well time Monday morning tc from them and I mean Just
babies will remain in the hospital On June 2, Mr. and Mrs
I Church. The Rev. Gene Mc- this old girl loves the get Lillian to work by 7:30 what I say, and it goes to, and
vl. 'r fF J until they are a little Joe Brouillette of West Holl
mountains, she was reared This shows we can move for anyone! If you doubt my
larger. Point Rd. celebrated their 25th Cullough officiated and inter-
STS SHADE Tlf CD Ra7 FtsyT --- I among them, used to get out around on Sunday morning If word, come and stay with us
m+ocAUMrTrksDsu; Em wedding anniversary with an ment was in the Jacksonville
and climb mountains and we want to! through a lesson and see for
.-..-- MU-TO DlANTS GiOY:,. ;E A v ;lGiir AW S'' '"OE62= tiA4NT5.V DOTJlATI0i THE+C 5+HAVE' w BEN t0 TU.TKsT M 4Da. Visiting the Rev. and Mrs open house for their many Memory Garden. I think nothing of it, but if she A few minutes ago this little yourself. Time to hush whileI

Floyd Fisher are their son and friends. Present for the festivities She is survived by her hUS-:; were there now and no one boy of mine. (Jim, Just 81 still have a scalp!
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs were Mr. Brouillette's '1 ---- -
band, Alfred, of Rt 1, Orange
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and their small grandson. Last Mrs. Charles McKenna of Sar- Park. Helm Funeral home was !!7d

Sunday the Rev. and Mrs asota Springs.Mr. in charge of arrangements. W 'Where The Best Is Better" We Collect
Fisher were honored at a re-

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Keystone Heights Church NewsCOMMUNITY I MISS HAS PARTY SCHAEFFER Keystone Social Notes I It's

Mary Ann Schaeffer and i %
CHURCHNEWS was on the Teaching Staff at 28, have contributed $35.10 ir I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hgen H J ** -y
Jimmy Fox were joint host and
: Presbyterian College in Mon- cash plus the necessary summer hostess at a surprise party for Glave and two daughters have I and children have Just returned Swirn m r
treat. N. C. for 7 years. I clothing bathing suits returned from a leisurely vacation -I from a vacation in Miami
Dr. J. Creighton Scott. As- Margaret Muir. daughter of
4 and such for the children oi
sociate Pastor of the First Holy Communion will beheld I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Muir. in trip starting with SIX| and Tampa.Mr. PoolTI
Presbyterian Church in Jack- on Sunday. July 14, at I this area attending the Salvation honor of her 18th birthday. GUN TERRITORY, and Silvei

the the 10:00: ajn. Worship Serv- Army Camp Keystoneon The party was last Wednesday Springs. From there they wentto and Mrs. Malcom Hudson -
.. was guest pastor
at the Sunday Morning Wor- ice. Lake Bedford in July. evening was held at the Re- Cape Canaveral and thento from Atlanta Ga., were I m e

ship Service at the Community I For the week of July 22 creation Hall at St. William's the West Coast including the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M .
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L Busch Gardens in Tampa. L. Beasley and family over the
Church on July 7. please phone any items for the Church. The Hall was attrac-
Having exchanged pulpits Church Bulletin to Mrs. Helen Ketch and their young son and tively decorated. The birthday Fourth of July. Mr. Hudson

with Dr. Scott. Dr. A. C. Holt Warren at her home 34697. daughter are the new tenants cake was made to resemble a Miss Kay Sunderland left on and Mrs. Beasley are cousins.Mr. .

returned to his former pulpit The staff and the childrenof ,I occupying the Community large fire-cracker. Margaret Monday of this week to go tc .

after an absence of 12 years the Community Church Church Parsonage. received a lot of lovely gifts Wilmington Del., to visit with and Mrs. Ernest Davis

Prior to his coming to the Daily Vacation Bible Schoo from her friends. her grandmother Mrs. Thomas of Lake Geneva spent last

Community Church. Dr. Holt which was held on June 21- Party guests included Tom H. Dunn. weekend with Mrs. Davis bro-
WILLIAM'S NEWS Gardner Jimmy Fox Butch ther and his wife. Mr. and

LEGAL NOTICE The Parish picnic will be Fox Veazy Walker, George I: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Few Mrs. Coy Holley of Dothen.

held on the grounds on Leath. Mac Hall Pat LaMee I and two daughters of Greenville Ala. I

State Bank N.. 452 day afternoon July 21. sun-I. David Schaeffer, Harold Snel- Miss., were gests last weekof
KEYSTONE OTATK BANK Barbequed Chicken len Jimmy Beeler Eric Red- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few on Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anthony

OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS cooked on the grounds. All the learn Tomy Thompson, Bob- East Lakeview Drive. and children and Mrs. An-

la The State Of FloridaAt families in the parish are ask- by Redfearn Bob Kromer thony's mother Mrs. Pear
The ClO"e Of Bowine On June :9. 1963 Rennie Johnson Dee Dee Har- week at
ed to attend and to bring a Mr. and Mrs. William Beam Wilkinson spent last
Cash balances with other banks and cash ItemsIn covered dish. There will be denbergh Julie Walker Reba Mr. and Mrs. Carl Darden and Daytona Beach enjoying a vacation r."'' ; .

f process: of collection .. .. . .. .... $ 540832.81 games and entertainment Hall Dianne Brokas Nancy Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McGlave I from their regular rou
United States Government obligations direct and Probably there will be a soft Sutton. Lorraine Dey Jackie attended the Lions International tine.

guaranteed . . . .. .. . ... .... 891,920.52 ball game between the mem-I I Fox Carol Kelman and Mar- I Convention in Miami.
Obligations of States and political subdivisions ""* 10000.00
Loans and discounts (including $245.10 overdrafts) 1,349,407.90Bank bers of the Holy Name Society garet Pater. Out of town I Mr. Herbert Whitehead is \ o er n
premises owned 29.428.37, furniture and .fix- and the members of the Altai guests inculde: Marian Hall i Miss Sara Jo Sprow daughter a patient at the Bradford

tures 16590.47 ... . ... ........ .... .. 46020.84 Society. from Pittsburgh. Pa; and Allen I of :Mr. and Mrs. H. A. County Hospital in Starke. Mr
1 Heal estate owned other than bank premises ..... Sally Ann Epperson. I For a fun be
388.52 Bias
Sprow of Brooklyn Bay. Ruth Bleha's season sure you observe simple safety and
Other assets ..... ....... .................... 2.803.86. The ladies of the St. William's Mary Ann Dally and Henry! completed her training at St Whitehead is Mrs. recent tary precautions to protect the health of backyard swimme.b w.
Altar Society are selling father. Ruth a pa- Use .
a large basin
or dishpan of chlorinated water 1"-
TOTAL ASSETS ... .0_. .. .. .. ....... .. 2841374.45 Christmas cards and are now Lou Dennis all from Starke. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville tient at the Bradford County for swimmers to wash off grass and mud before entT.ns.-:a; *- > r,ath'0U
\IUMTIKS taking orders. I and has accepted a posi- Hospital is feeling a lot more Chemical compounds that are easy to use such as Pitt -:..') a
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and tion at the Veteran's Hospita: these days. granular substance that contains 70 percent chl!:.rj-.c. ..*.y: be
corporations . .. .... .. . ....._.. ... 1144527.42 Call Mrs. Lena Clemens at FIRE DEPT. MEETS in Lake City. I chipper sppued in dry form or In solution to control bacteria: ; :::nemuch
Time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships 473-4927. and she will show The Keystone Heights Volunteer producing algae and to keep pool water sparkling clean.
and corporations ... .. ... ....... 958,951.40 you her catalogs and sam- Fire Dept. met for theii Mr. M. L. Beasley was call- A long-handled skimmer is handy for remov.nfoa: : -- .*::.rs.
A\ Deposits o-f United States Government (including ples. Mrs. Betty Serendi and Mrs ed to Tallahassee on businesson You can make one with a lightweight broom handle or azn,.o.
postal savings) ... . ...... ... ... ..... 134644.45 regular monthly meeting on Gertrude Serendi of Waterbury pole and fiber glass screening.
of States .. July 2, 1963, with 16 members Monday July 8. For safety's sake, a long pole and life
Deposits and political subdivisions 257,154.23 Conn., are guests of Mr. and preserver should t! :: ?t
Deposits of banks ... ... ._................. 45056.99 present. Chief Fox announcedthe rear the pool for emergency use.
Certified and officers checks: etc. .... ..... . 6,424.87 KEYSTONE LIBRARY following fires for June: Mrs. William Simeral on Lake I I Mrs. E. C. Dykes has been at Insist that children swim with a buddy-it's safe and
A TOTAL DEPOSITS . . ... 2546759.36 NEEDS HOME Salvation Brooklyn for two weeks. The I Bradford County Hospita! m :-e fun.
une 14. Army camp; the
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(a) Total demand deposits $1.554.386.73 two Mrs. Serendi's are the'
I II (b) Total tim. and savings deposits $992,172.63 The Keystone Heights lib- June 16. drowning at Magnolia wives of Mrs. Simeral's cousins for several days too. Mrs
I Other liabilities .. .. . . .......... ....... 58,107.18 rary has been doing a land of- Lake; June 18, emergency Dykes is from Lake Geneva.Mr. .
The Simerals and their guests
I fice business of late. Not just rescue vehicle carried boy tc
TOTAL LIABILITIES ._ . ...... ..... .. ... %,604.866.54CAIYfT.'L have been seeing the various
the children who are taking hospital; une 20, woods fire; and Mrs. Nick Chab have
NfY ACCOUNTS nearby points of interest.On
Capital: (a) Common stock total par value part in the Reading Programbut June 30. drowning at Hutchinson returned to their home in the Please -

100000.00 .. .. . .. ..... ........... .. 100000.00 their parents and othe) Lake. Keystone Club Estates after a Only
Surplus ._.. ..... ... . .. ... ... ........... 122.500.00Undivided adults have been reading more Chief Fox instructed at: Tuesday afternoon. Mrs trip. Y.QYn j
profits .. ._... ................... 14007.91 John Bird President-Elect of vacation
Mrs. Lawrence has had a lot of members not to exceed speed
the Keystone Heights Women'EClub '
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......... ..... ... 236507.91 do with it make the library limit wheile operating emer- held a meeting of the I Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brault are prevent forest fires '
PA an attractive place to spenda gency vehicle. He also demonstrated of
Executive Board at her home the proud grandparents
TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 2841374.45 quiet hour or so on a hot how to install anc
Present also was the architectof their first grandchild, Theresa
MEMORANDA The number of stretcher in vehicle
summer remove
Assets liabilities and the new Woman's Clut Marie born to Mr. and Mrs I
assigned to
pledged or secure
books checked out in June (the Paul Tyre was voted into men,
for other purposes (including notes and bills Building. and the ladies discussed Joel Brault July 1, at the Ala-
best month so far) was three bership. A get-well card for the
rediscounted and securities sold with agree- with whom the various chua General Hospital. The
ment to repurchase' . .. .. 539143.76 times the number of book Secretary. Jack Haberstrohwas aspects of the building.Mr. younger Mrs. Bralt is the former Jack Haberstroh consinuesto Everyone is glad to hear
Loans as shown above are after deduction of val- checked out in April. signed by all present. Jaclj)) I I Gaines- that William Reynolds baa
. . . Dianne Pisano in be a pretty sick boy at the
uation reserves of .. ... ... 31,4T3Ta5 in the V. A. Hospital ir
i The Library still hasn'tfound is in Lake City. returned from the Medical
I. Josephine Reed Cashier of the above-named bank. and Mrs. Gay Livingston ville. Veterans Hospital
do solemnly swear that this report Of condition is true and a home-After Oct. 1 Lake City. Minutes were taken have returned from a vacatior I His wife Gladys. tells us that Center In Gainesville. He came

correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.Josephine Reed. it must vacate its present quar- by Ray Chance. in Belsam, N. C. Miss Marian Beasley daughter his is very appreciative of all home on Saturday evening.

Correct-Attest: ters. Please keep this in mind of Mr. and Mrs. M. L the cards he has received. Hex -
f I
I N. Watson Hardenbergh, Jr. Perhaps you may have an idea ICE CREAM ANYONEThe Dee Dee Hardenbergh Beasley entertained with a son Jack returned home on MurrheeInsurance

I G. E. Wiggins Order of Rainbow for. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. teen-age party at her home last July 4, and his daughter returned -
A. G. Loudon ST.. Directors AgencySee
Green Cove will hold an ICE W. Hardenbergh. attended an Thursday evening. There were home o -t G ?a-?
State of Florida. County of Clay ss:
Sworn to and subscribed Wfore me this 8th day of July 1963. SHOP cream social in Spring Park orientation session at F. S. u. refreshments and dancing ir mained to be a help to her
., and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this ""(q.t next Wednesday, July 17th I in Tallahassee last week. She the car-port. Guests included grandmother. About the 19th

bank. HOME from 5 oclock untilHome- plans to get a year or two at Paul Carlisle. Linda Lee Anthony another son Bill from Penn- I

SEAL made ice cream and cake will F. S. U., and then go intc Pam Thompson Dolores sylvania will visit them. On
hot commission expires February 19. 1967
1 I My
fl tnr Georgia Murrhee, Notary Public be served for 15c each. Nursing.Mr. Murrhee Renee Belote Carol August 1. a daughter. Joyce
Warren. Patty Shaughnessey will make her first visit to the
25 c
and Mrs. Bill Few and Tommy Bird Stefan Brok&s Haberstrohs in Florida. Their : RICHARD MURRHEE

> their house-guests Mr. and Jim McMurtry. Bruce Moon youngest daughter Marcia. is Agent
Fh Mrs. Hubert Few and all then Steve Shackleford Ernie Williams visiting with their daughter Phone 473-4785

26' various children took a picnir ohnny Martin and Jo- Peggy for the summer.

1 ctlt lunch to the Beach on the Ann Stevens o Ann was a visitor -I
___ 31 4 4H Fourth of July. from Summersville W. Va

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That may be a slight overstatement, but such jauntithe rear. Why the rear? It gives Corvair extra traction

j ness comes easily when you're a Corvair owner. on any road surface. It provides a nearly flat floor for

And you can usually back it up-as easily as you more useable interior space. Best of all, it produces Il j rfi.
can back up a Corvair. You'll find yourself FREESET
steering light
so so responsive, you
doing that occasionally, if only to _
---- wonder why no other American-made .
adjust the :f f.rv.
brakes-they're sdj-a
That's all there is to it, and that's a good C EVROIET Corvair's engine is also air cooled, we with purchase of 250 ft. or more of CHAIN LINKor a 0:.w.R.A.A/ ., .
example of how delightfully Corvair
easy might add, which means there's no antifreeze REDWOOD Fence.SRECIAL. '.
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But since we began by talking about All that pleasure from something so '-

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practical Corvair ,
1j f F large factor in the fun of driving a is unique among American you cars. 'hich be a winner though. If you use Keystone

'onrair is the location of its engine in ATYDURCHEVROLETDEAIERS isn.t surprising, because it is! State Bank checking account. How can yon lose U you

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Company has taken over this building on Highway 16 5 o'TT p FOUND IN THE RIVER' A. E. Scarborough However, Mrs.descendant Louis of E
Manufacturing Reineman a
TM Trailer will also house at Hibernia is
administrative building. It SYSTEMS OF THE FUXICV\ residence
plant as an Irish
manufacturing Fleming an
directly in front of its housed the administrative offices of the PANHANDLE FROM THE probably the oldest residencein I George
The building formerly A soldier of fortune who received -
stockrooms. ,
company's 55 The house
I31 two large land grantsin
Laris Shipyard. which is reputed to be 112
believed by Mr. r!::-':a for his services to
old is
FlOIUPA GAME AND FRESH WATE FISII COMMSSONld' Scarborough to have been thznish: army towardthe
end of the 18th century
of the
built by a member
cannot recall that the house
I Fleming family as an over-
1 w' 4as YOU CL f seer's house. was ever referred to in her
family as having had anyconnectIonwith
BUY BACK A FOREST! Located at the end of the

COMPLETE., Clay Street and fronting on Fleming property. The ScarborouthDeWHt -
St. Johns River the she
the house
When a forest fire strikes,
house has two large chim- points out is a mile or more
is on its way up-in It
money neys and eight fireplaces. from the Fleming manor
smoke! Yes, millions of dollars was, at one time owned by house in which she was

are rooted in Florida the DeWitt family and subsequently born.

timberland-dollars that can by W. O. Boozer. Mr. Scarborough is far

be destroyed by maliciousor Mr. Scarborough who prouder of his peach tree

;' careless persons. We all purchased the house and 62 than of his house. The tree,
of land ((1,000 feet
share in this terrible waste. acres planted a few years ago
.; N::; fronting on the river) near- height of
Jobs, scenic beauty and CRESCENT PRESS INC ly 20 years ago, has virtually now more than reaches 20 feet.a Mr. Scarborough -

wildlife are lost, and a holeis rebuilt the interior of the thinks it may be the

Crearemt Photon 11 y Gene KoxiTM ; burned in YOUR POCK- Phone 284-3166 house which was in bad largest peach tree In the

two shifts is tuining out better than three huge 100foottrailers Eli! Help prevent forest shape when he bought it. area.
working on
now local) persons, is far I
25 (
weekly. The company's employment, DOW approximately Christ- fires in Florida.
it will double before -
Herald Mnndorff
of schedule and
ahead with financing -
mas. The fully-furnished trailers which sell for under $4,000, can be bought break." Experience is something that

for under $400 down. The second stilt is shown above during a "coke teaches us that there's a small

i but important difference be-

{ keeping your chin up
f .. tween
Let Us Handle Your PropertyHomes and sticking your neck out.

--Acreage--Rentals IN THE LEGAL CLAY NOTICE COUNTY The Bank of Green Cove Springs

Will ASSOCIATES D. WELKIN: deceased.

k Is hereby given that
Hilda T. Neth Notice
; Final Report
y I have filed my
Truly bring and petition for Final Dis-
; charge as Executor of the estateof FHA Title 1
; D. Goodwin +t. and that on the 1st ;
F : John day of August. 1963 will replyto 4
the Honorable Thomas J-
R esults Rivers. County Judge of Clay i.,. '
County Florida for approval of These loans be granted to property owner who is reJiae1 -
said Final Report and for final |:f can any
said '" o.
Executor *
discharge as ""
$ k
ESTATE estate.This 10th day of July, 1963. through FHA Star Jsrcl,.
Wilda T. Russell REAL Richard Executor C. Gordie > ing or has purchased a house, after qualifying

t SPniNGa Richard C. Gordlt-
KOO OUA1SOK AYR. >. Ph. 2A4-MS1 GItFE1 COVE Attorney for the Estate


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Chairman of Housing Committee The Bank of Green Cove Springs .

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Pool a "Must" for Motel Visitors


I will not be responsible for IX' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .___ --- ::

bills contracted by any other THE FOURTH JUDICIAL L

than myself. CIRCUIT: IN AND FOR -

June 27 July 4. 11 & IS CHANCERY T. '
NO. 3653 S. '''


KINGS COUNTY.Plaintiff a corporation.

PROBATE DefandaNts
IB ret Estate of LI>NE DUNCAN -
Deceased.To TO: Charles L. Abbey and Beverly -
A. Abbey. his wife.c
all creditors and

RALPH F F. INLET MARINA GEORGE WEEKS QUALITY having against You and said claims each estate of :or you are demands persons here- c earning.%%/8-'.:Mr.4 Bridge Luther New Street York Abbey

You. Charles L. and
PLL1ISERVICE by notified and required to Abbey
MERCURY & JOHNSON SIGN PAINTIINGLEE sent any claims and demands Beverly A. Abbey are hereby
MILBERGEROrange notified that
Tuning Repairing a complaint to
ENGINES which you or either of you. may forecLose certain
a mortgage on
have against the estate of LIN-
& Ferris Street PHONE 284-3273 WARNER NIE DUNCAN deceased. late of the following to-wit described real property -
said County to the County
(next to bus station) Box SO Hibernia Rt. 305 Glendening RoadOranl'e Judge of Clay County. FLorida. Lot 18. Block 3. MEADOW- JcwcMikt motor hotel pool that won international pool dctign award b typical

EE-ZY TRAILERS Green Core at his office in the courthouseof BROOK. Unit 1 according to ef those greeting tovrun this umm'r. National Swimming Pool Inttitut wrvey -
Springs plat thereof recorded IN Plat
REFRIGERATIONAND Park Fla. said county at Green Cove hart incrcowd more than 400 esnl
SALES & SERVICE Book 6. pages 7 and 8 of the ihows hotslinot.1-cportm.nt pool p.r S
within six cal-
... Phone 264-6316 Springs. Florida current records of fire and that non-swimming
endar months from the time of public from 14.100 to nearly 60.000 In past years. ey n

AIR CONDITIONING OUTBOARD REPAIR REAL ESTATE the first publication of this no-, has Clay been County.filed against Florida.you and patrons regard pool as sign ef quality in selecting night's lodging.
tice. Each claim or demand shall
Service Hwy." 17 Orange Park UPHOLSTERINGFREE be in writing and shall state theplace of you your are required answer to or serve pleading a copy to
of residence and office
Home Phone 284-078O post the complaint the plaintiff'sattorneys
Phone CO 4-9835 CLARENCE B. LAZETTELlscensed address of the claimant Marks on Gray Yates.
Business Phone 284-9581 ESTIMATESALL and Shall be sworn to by the Conroy & Gibbs. 231 E. Forsyth LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
claimant his/her agent or attorney -
: Broker in Street. Jacksonville Florida.
and such claim or
INSURANCE any and fiLe the original or
A GIN'S"' Green Cove Springs void.demand not so filed shall be pleading in the office of the IN TilE COUNTY Jt DOE'SCOfRT IN Tin CIRCUIT COURT OF"

Clerk of the Circuit Court IN IV AND FOR CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA
T. J. Jr.
Since 1037 ORANGE PARK Jennings
j TAsf 'executor Of the Last "Will and for- Clay County. Florida CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA !. ChANCERY:
Refrigeration and Testament of LINNIE on or before the 29th day of File >.. 603 NO. 3665
Homes Farms Acreage UPHOLSTERY deceased. July. 1963. IfOU fail to do so. IN RE: ESTATE OF
And Air ----- DUNCAN judgment by default will be Leo J.
> June 27. July 4. 11. & 18. LILA TAYLOR COLLINS. Paige.plaintiff'
ConditioningSERVICE ATIONWID 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284.4323CAREY'S Archie Padgett taken against you for the relief DEC EASED..NOTICE.
demanded in the complaint.This "s.
On Kingsley Ave., Just notice shall be publishedonce all creditors and all persons Alice B. Paige.Defendant
each week for four
having claims or demand against
East of Hwy." 17 cutive weeks! in The CLay said estate NOTICE OF' SUIT

HERMAN E. REED TRADING POST Ph. NO. Congress 4-9213 THE COVRT OF THECOKATY ty Crescent.' l"ontle-I You. and each of you. ar. THE STATE OF FLORIDATO -
Chrysler Airtemp Sales DONE. AND hereby notified and required to : Alice B. PaigeResidence
400 W. Walnut St.
WE BUY -. SELL.TRADE ,Fla. Green" CoVe Springs.
Authorized Philco -> Orange Park CLAY CO17ATVJ FLORIDA present any claims and demands Unknown
Phone 284-6721 1ST PROBATE this 20th day of June 1963. which you. or either of you. may YOU ARK HBRBBY NOTIFIED
Service' Three locations: (SEAL) have against the estate of Lila that a suit has been :filed:
? Ella S. Buzatt
In Estate of
Green Cove Springs S 15 E. Palmer SU: P1 .284-3280 Deceased. George L. Carlisle Taylor Collins!!, deceased late of I against you In the above cntillea -
Clerk Circuit Court
Day Ph. 284-3680 TO ALL CREDITORS AND Clay County. Florida to the cause and you are te-eby
Clay County. FloridaBY Hon. Thomas J. run ,'i i :1Litre *
284-3402 Warehouse & antiques pld PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Rivers. County required to serv
Night THE INDEPENDENT LIFE Electric & Mechanical AGAINST SAID : Grace M. Carlisle Judge of Clay County in the attorney whose sam.. and.
S. Palmetto Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. ESTATE*' rune 27. July 4. 11. 18. 1963. County Courthouse in Oreen address ann ar nereor. \ ...rwrittt'n
AND 'CompanyWe Cove Springs. Clay County. Florida I defenses if any to tile
Yoa and each of you' are here-
Green Core Springs ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. "BIG TOP" tent Blanding toy 'notified.and required within six months (from bill of complaint in s mi su; \t,
LEGAL NOTICEIN the date of the first of much aeiiverex. to
publication copy is
For Your Insurance do of electrical claims and demands
Blvd. At Ridgewood &1I type any of this notce. you hereutia; on or h"vl'&
I APPLIANCES winner. which you. or either of you. may Each claim or demand must be August & A. D. 15: .*.
Needs Contact have the estate of EllaS.
: Furniture & appliances at Buzatt.against-deceased, late of -saIdCountY' THE COUNTY JUDGE'S: in writing and must state the Herein fail not or decree pro
COURT OF CLAY COUNTY place of residence and postoffice confes will be entered againstyou
E. BRADFORD PIKE bargain prices 8tfc RAY SHIPP Clay County, tor the County Florida.Judge at his of FLORID.I. address of the claimant and must for the relietf pra>'eU in
BAKER or'said Probate be sworn to by the claimant. the hill of complaint.
; office In the court house
Oner' :
Rt. 2. Box 47 and Maaager County at Green Cove Springs. No. 525 his agent or his attorney or it THE NATURE >F SAID SUIT
INC. In reEstate of HERBERT will become void according to BEING: FOR Divorce.
APPLIANCE SERVICE, HAIRCUTS Florida within six calendar
Phone 284-9228 :
deceased.1SOTICE SEAL)
Green Cove Springs months from the time of the FINCH law.Each (
I ] OK FILING FIXALRET1.'RN. creditor shall deliver WITNESS my band and the
Major Appliance Repairson first publication of this notice.
Phone 284-3859 of each' claim AND OF PETITION sufficient copies of his claim to seal of said Court at Green
an makes of We give"FirstHaircut" LEGAL AOTICE Two demand copies shall "be in writing and or FOR ORDER OK 'enable the County Judge to Cove Springs. Florida. this 1st
If Long Distance c Collect DISTRIBUTION AND OF mail one to each personal repre- day of July A. D. IMS.
shall state the place of residenceand
washers. dryers, etc. FINAL DISCHARGE sentative. GEORGE IL. CARLISLE
post office address of the Dated July 8, A. D. 1963. Clerk Circuit Court
New & Used Appliances for SaltHeatlnI' NOTICE OF APPLICATION Patricia Collins By Vivian H. SObm
CertificatesALJLHAIRCUTS$1.00 his that we have filed our final return Cowdery
MOBILE HOMES FOR TAX DEEDs by the claimant agent or Nancy Collins Bruce Clerk
Air-Conditioning _. 14.18 F. S. attorney and accompanied by a as Executors of the La tWill As Execubrices Deputy
of the Last Will Jennings & Norton
dollar and and Testament of HER-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN filing fee of one
and Testament: of Lila for Plaintiff
RefrigerationPhone I claim demand not so BERT FINCH. deceased therein Taylor Attorney
that H. O. Toothaker the holderof such or Collins
Deceased. P. O. Box 372
BUY OR TRADE filed shall be void. requesting approval of the return -
284-3542 the following certificates has
Marks Gray. Yates. Conroy & Green Cove Springs Florida
Order of distribution.
Carol Ann Eaton an
ifiled said certificates for a tax
Gib I >bs. July 4. 11. 18. & 25
Located on Idlewild Ave. For Your Used Mobile Home. Orange Park Barber Shop deed to be issued thereon. The & J. C. Sapp and an order of final discharge. Attorney ifor the Estate
certificate numbers and years of As Co-executors Of the Last Will After publication of this notice 231 E.
Top Dollar Paid. Big Allow- Hrs. 8:30 ajn. to 6:30 p.m. Issuance, the description of the and Testament of Ella S. Buzatt. once each week !for four conse Jacksonville Forsyth 1. Florida St.. LEGAL NOTICE
PACKAGE STORE cutive weeks will apply to
ance on Your Coach to Trade. property. and the .names in Ju deceased.> 411. 18 & 25 the-Judge- -t.e County Judge's July 11, 18. 25. Aug. L
same location Court in and for Clay County.
Call EV 4-3384 Collect. follows:
( .&, HIWAY ,17 Certificate: No. ,92 Florida.' for approval of said NOTICE OP APPICATIONFOR
PAUL'SAll I Year of Issuance June 1. 1961. LEGAL NOTICE final return for an order of distribution LEGAL NOTICE TAX DeEDS

ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES Description of Property Lot 11 of remaining assets of 14.16. F. s.
the estate. and for an order of
Blk. 13 Fleming Island EstateS
Legal Beverage Inc. final discharge as executors!! of IN TilE COUNTY ..ItDGE"SCOlR. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
S/ Sec. 38. T. S. 5. R. E. 26E.
JONES HALL NURSERYNow the.Last Will and Testament of .- I.N AND FOR that H. O. Toothaker the holder
Name in which assessed Annie -
Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. JESSE 3!. RITTER Groves. THE FOURTH JUDICIAL Herbert Finch. deceased. CLAY COI'NTY.LORIDA... of the following certificates has
Open 7 Days A Week CIRCUIT: OK THK < filed said certificates for a tax
Line All of said property being In Dated. : July 2. I t63.s7 .N4H4
284-9436 Walter D. Finch IN RE deed to be Issued thereon. The
Come Out Browse Around the 'County of Clay. State of FLORIDA / ESTATE OF OSCAR C.
numbers and of
/Adelaide Finch Royle. JOHNSON. Dceased. certificate years
North of Orange Park 2-14 tfc See Our Stock Florida.Unless such certificate orcerttfI.tes I> CHANCERYNO. As Executors of the Last Will NOTICE OF FILING FINAL Issuance the description of the
3004 and Testament of Herbert Finch. RETCH AND PETITION FOR property. and the names In
shall be redeemed
Highway 13 South of NewBride. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE deceasd. APPROVAL OF RETURN AND which is was assessed are as
law the
turn right at Collective described in such certificate or RULE NOTICECITY NISI July 4. 11. 18. & 25 FOR ORDER OF CHARGE follows:

iTONITYkHEHE certificates will be sold to the 810' EXECUTRIX Certificate No. 95
1 [ I Store follow si&'DSoINSTRUCTIOXS highest bidder at the court house SPRINGS municipal r"OTICE'IS HEREBY GIVEN Year of Issuance June 1, Jill
a corpora-
door on the first Monday in tion of Florida. LEGAL NOTICE that have filed my .final returnas Description of Property Lot
:Month Of August. 1963. whichis Petitioner. Executrix of the !La.atVIJI 19 & 20 Blk. 14 A Firming Island -
the 5th day of August 1963. va. i and Testament and First. Second Estate S/D Sec. 38. T. S. 6,
Dated this let day of July THE STATE OF FLORIDA and ELECTION NOTICE I and Third Codicils of Oscar C. R. E. 2CE.
1963. Johnson deceased therein requesting Name in which assessed Helen
the Notice is hereby given thatan
taxpayers. property owners
or SCHOOLSJOB SEAL) of Green will held In the approval of the return O. Johnson.All .
FOR SALE HELP WANTED and citizens of the City election be and
George I... Carlisle Cove Springs. Florida. including TOWN OF KEYSTONE order of discharge; and after of said property being In
Clerk of Circuit Court of non-residents owning propertyor HEIGHTS. County of Clay and publication of this notice the County of Clay, State of
SECURITY: Can be yours Clay County. Florida subject to taxation therein. State Of Florida to begin at once each week tor four con- Florida.
FOR" SALE 4 bedroom A WATKINS ROUTE in this July 4. 11. 18. & '25 DefendantsTo the hour of 7:00 oclock um. secutive weeks. I will apply to Unless such certificate or
by preparing now for coming the Honorable Judge of the certificates shall be redeemed
Elsie Street Hilltop the State of Florida and and cease at the hour of 1:00
is for County
area open semi-retired Judge's Court in and according to law the propertydescribed
Civil Service Examinations.For the several property owners. o'clock p.m.. to be held at the for
LEGAL NOTICE Clay County certificate
Section call 284-3860. man. or lady. Many semi-retir taxpayers citizens and others Town Hall on the 12th day of f.1noldt forapproval In such or
Information Write Advance of said I Ii certificates will be sold to the
25-tfe having or claiming any right August. 1963. for the purposeOf and for an order of final the '
discharge bidder at court
ed people earn $50.00 to $100.00per -
title or Interest in property to submitting to the legal vot- i I
P. O. Box 218
Lady I as Executrix of the Last house door on the first MondayIn
week depending time be affected by the issuance ers of said town the following will and
on Testament and First Month of August. 1963..
rim devoted to Route. Lake, Florida. CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDAIn the certificates hereinafter affected in mentioned question Shall: charter of Second and Third Codicils of 1 which is the 5th day of August,
FOR SALE: Two narrow Also have 1 or to be any 1. the new Oscar C. Johnson deceased. 1963.

26" bicycle tires and tubes. Excellent full time Route open. Maybeyou JOB be by CHANCERYNO. way The thereby above :cause coming on to the(Senate Town Bill of No.Keystone 1312. 1963 Heights Leg- Dated July 2. 19C3. Dated this 1st day of July
security can yours HELEN J. BROWN
condition. Phone 2813166. can qualify. For personal 3655 be heard upon petition filed islative session) be adopted or As Executrix of the Last Will 1969.(SEAL)
preparing now for coming Civil herein July tat 1963. by the rejected.
LYNDA SALLERS Testament and Second L. Carlisle
interview in your area, writeJ. City of Green Cove Springs a 2. Shall the Town of Keystone and Third: First George
I Service exams. Send name, Plaintiffvs. political subdivision and muni- Heights' purchase Lots 10. 11 and Codicil. of Oscar C. Clerk of Circuit Court of
H. McGarity, Box 627, Wil- Johnson deceased. Clay County FlorIda
cipal corporation in the County 12. Block 24. Town of Keystone
address and phone number to
i July 4. 11. 18. & 25 July 4. 11. 18. & M
of acting Plat Book 2. 40. .
liston Fla. 6-13 20. 27-c of Clay and: tate Florda Heights. page
FOR SALE: New. Cartop. 10-ft NATIONAL TRAINING SERV- JAMES SALLERS : by and through Its City Clay County Public Records for

6-in. boat. Will take 10 hp I Commission. seeking to determine use as a Town Hall Library and LEGAL NOTICE
Clay County '
HELP WANTED Farmhand Defendant the authority of said Cityto other municipal purposes; said
,motor. 515 \V. Grove st. GCS : Crescent Green Cove Springs: issue Water and Electric purchase to be made at the low-
must know how to build and i NOTICE OF SUIT Revenue Certificates in the est price obtainable (not to exceed State Bask >.. 42

I Fla. 2-8-1 THE STATE OF FLORIDA amount of $775.000. payable J15.5eo.00) and on the most REPORT OP COMMTIO OF
FOR SALE: Kroydon-Tommj repair fence. Bartholf Dairy. I frOm the net revenues derived favorable financing terms avail-
II I JAMES SAT.T.T.RS from the operation of the combined : THE BANK OP GHKK COlE SPRINGS ,
Bolt Championship Golf Clubs WOMEN 18 to 55 PLUS ? ? ? waterworks and electric able.Dated this 3rd day of July OP GREEN: : COVE SPIU.tGS:
WARE COUNTY ROAD CAMP and from the proceeds of I S 63.
and cart. 1 dozen system
Ii : WAYCROSS. GEORGIA a cigarette lax, for the purposeof D. E. PangbornChairman S 'I'be State Of PlasMa

,balls. New. $125.00. Contact Need women to train to be paying the cost of acquiringthe Town Council At The Close Of Bui_.. Oa June 3. 1993 l'
i YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED properties comprising the Attest:

Holcomb Fleet Reserve Club FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom I Assistants, Receptionist, Office that suit has been filed deactivated United States naval Edward R. Corbett ASSKT9Cash
a station at Green Cove Springs Town Clerk
284-9123 7/11
house newly painted Inside and I Management and Practical against you in the above entitled more particularly described in July 11 balances with other banks and eaeIa ......

-- out. reasonable large yard.. appliances -; Home Nursing. Preliminary and hereby Senate Bill No. (79. effective In process of collection ... .. . . UI.033.50
cause you are May 14. 1963. and to determinethe
FOR SALE: 16 ft. boat. 6 ft furnished. Call Penney training given at home in your to legality of the proceedingshad LEGAL NOTICE United States Government oblI&aM B.. direct
required serve plaintiffs -

beam, 30 II. P. evinrude, wind- Farms, 529-8211. 20tfc spare time. For information attorney whose upon name and and in and connection taken preliminary therewith and to and guaranteed .. .. .... .. .. .. s,.........,

L| shield. top. side curtains 1pro address and phone number to: seeking a decree of this Courtto Obligations of States and political ............a.. 'lI.an.n
address appear hereon, youi validate and confirm the pro- IV: TilE COURT OK Loans and discounts
--/ skis. canvas cover life jackets FOR RENT: 6 room house "Careers," P. O. Box 218 Lady ceedings for said certificatesand TilE COUNTY JUDGE including $
: written defenses if any to the raid certificates when Issued CLAY COlTY. FLORIDAIN overdrafts) .... .... .. . .. .. LM7.535
heavy duty tilt trailer.
partially furnished, .2, bedrooms Lake, Florida. 5-30 6-20-c bill of complaint in said suit, pursuant thereto and said PROBATEIn Bank premises owned 1C.ML7I fun..... a.. -_

Ideal safe family boat. Maybe 2 enclosed porches livIng copy of which is delivered tc sented petition to now this having Court been and pre-the TO re ALL Estate CREDITORS of PHILIP AMARA AND fixtures $25,248.9 .. ...... .. .. 41 '0,70Real

seen. 284-3278. Court advised in the PE.RSOS \\ING CLAIMS OR estate owned other than bank preko, 739.19
being fully
dining electric MEN-WOMEN 18 to 55 plus before
room room. you herewith on or July premises: DEMANDS: AGAINST SID 'Other assets ...... .,. ... .. ........ ....... 39.4'
kitchen. 5 'miles south Greer Motel_or Resort_ Management.Men 22, A. D. 1963. IT IS ORDERED. ADJUDGED ESTATE S
FOR SALE: Reconditioned up- AND DECREED that the Stateof You and each of hereby -
right piano Guaranteed. Ph Cove on Hwy 17. Call 284-9741 Women or Couples can Herein fail not or decree prc Florida. through the State notified and required you are to present TOTAL ASSETS' .... .. ............ .... ... ......411.Z.

[ I after 4:30 p.m. 7/11-18 make high salary plus apart- confesso will be entered against Attorney of the Fourth Judicial any claims and demands LIABILITIES
1284-3278. I Ii Circuit of Florida. and the sev- which you. or either of you.
w i ment. Pick your own location you for the reflief prayed in eral property owners taxpayers. may have against the estate of Demand deposits of individuals ,...rtI I .JI..,

I RI furnished citizens and others having or PHILIP AMARA. deceased late and rorporatons ..... . ..... .. 3VMS.477SIM1
3-room with
.FOR: ; ?:; our Placement Assistance the bill of complaint.
claiming any right title or Interest of said County to the County
and casings depo tte of ...v1.,..
|bT. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, apt. at 100 West St. $50 with Learn at home in your spare THE NATURE OF SAID in property to be affected Judge of Clay County Florida.
by said issuance of certifi- at his Office in the court house partnerships and corporations ..,.. ,&_ 1,117".10
-r Inc. lights and water. Phone GCS. .time. For Persona ,Interview SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCEI cates or to be affected in any of said County ot Green Cove Deposits! of .United States Govfl'Dflte4lt .. .

|I We Will Trade for Your Car, 284-3213.. 5-9 Write-American-P.' O. Box hereby certify that a copy way each thereby.hereby required be and they to show are calendar Sprints months Florida.from within the time six eluding postal savings) . .. .... .... .. M1 1.7ft

(Furniture, Diamonds or Anything > 218, Lake. Lady Florida.. ; .hereof has been mailed by II cause. if any there be. before of the first publication of this Deposits of States and political s..sdlrls" .amCertified S.S .'- ......."..0
6-26- I this Court on the -let dayef notice.'Two eopte of each x-lalnr and"officers' "eh tfts; Vte. ::... . 1.151.7.
on"ayew5fobilc 5-30 < United States Mall, postage o'clock demand shall be In writing
1963. at 9 ,
[ of Value August. a.nu or
TOTAL DEPOSITS .. .. ... .. $4,345,454.
shall of
at the Courthouse in Green Cove and state the place re-
t4 the defendent at
[Some. prepaid, ? Springs. Florida. :why the prayerof sidence.and post office.address fal ..TDisl.deud.4rosita.---- ,
the defendent's place of resi- said petlUon should not be of the claimant and shall' be (b) Total time and savings deposits .... i4i"
|$f. JOHNS MOBILE'HOMES, PHOTOS granted and Why' the proceedings sworn to by the claimant. agent Other liabilities .. ... ... ............ .... Jt.It-TsT
. Inc. dence as stated in the plaintiffs for said certificates anC or attorney and accompanied bya
I said certificates when issued filing fee of one dollar and
-d 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. affidavit for constructive pursuant thereto should not be such claim or demand not sO TOTAL LIABILITIES .. . ........ :... .... f..l'I.tH.U

PHOTOS-Pictures appearingin service filed herein and in compliance validated and confirmed as filed hall be void.SHELEN .
EV 4-5S84. .. ,, therein prated. AMARA CAPITAL ACCOUNTSCapItal
or" FOR THE" "BEST" aH-round the CRESCENT may be with Section 48.13 AND IT IS FURTHER OR- As Executrix of the Last Win : (a) Common stock total

printing try the CRESCENT purchased through THE CRESCENT Florida .Statutes. DERED. ADJUDGED AND DECREED .and Testament of .PHILIP. ... "
284-9436 good that the Clerk'--of thta AMARA-deeeoed- ----p.r-v.lo -'ZfO(. .. .n. -r.---

2.l4tfc PRESS INC.' : ThepriCe"Is for $1.25.:: Phone 284- WITNESS my hand and the Court be apd he Is hereby required T. J. Jennings. Jr. IN.'t.tO

- -:'t 3166 seal of said Court at Green to give notice of such Attorney for Executrix Surplus ... ....... ....................... 17'.0.
right. hearing by causing a copy of July 11. 18. 25. St. Aug. 1 1963 __
__ order and rule be Undivided profits ......_.._ <.,4>7.3I
. _ . . ._ . Cove Springs. Florida this 19th this nisi to S. --
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++-M II II 'Ml I HiH"H"t"t" I............ . ... .. . . published la the Clay County
day of June A. D. 1963. Crescent, a newspaper published LEGAL NOTICE TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTSTOTAL .. .... ... OMIT

. AREABUSINBSS DIREGT0R\ I IVi11i1111111U11 GEORGE L. CARLISLE circulation in said County In said and City of general once LIABILITIES AND

Clerk Circuit Court cacti week for at least three Notice Is hereby given that TOTAL LIABILITIES-a CAPITAL ACCOUNTS' 4.541,433,3)MEMORANDA
.. consecutive weeks prior to said the State Road Department will
[ 111 I-MtXITURE 11111111 : 11111 : ; 111 : : +1[- lll1111:11111' IOKFirE : rrrr By Grace M. Carlisle lit day at August 1963. the hold a Public Hearing concern-
Deputy Clerk first publication to be at least ing the location and economic
eighteen days prior to said date. affects of Interstate Route 295 (a' Loans aa shown above are after dedaeiton

_' URl!(;GISTS EQUIPMENT (SEAL) DERED.AND IT ADJUDGED IS FURTHER AND DECREED OR-- in Dnval State and Road Clay Department's Counties.The of valuation reserves of .... .. .... .... Z 11 U.11

VO' SAM WILSON that by such publication Relocation Advisory Assistance.
BASE! .FURNITURE AMERICAN Attorney for Plaintiff of this order and rule nisi Program., which will fee avail- I. Clara J(. Chesser. Vice President and CashIer fill the
Fine FurnitureCarpeting EASTERLING PHARMACY all property owner taxpayers. able to anyone displaced as a above-named bank do solemnly affirm, HuVrlBL-report ot eondl

Ap 1la ten OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 21. Guaranty Life Building citizen and others having or direct result Of the constructionof tlon Is true and correct; tel the best of 'm)Vriowred: T and bsliet
- this project will also be
; claiming any rijCht. title. or
Jacksonville. Florida It'" discussed" at this Hearing. Correct-attest: Clara 1C. Chester
.---- [Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Interest In Mid c or

8933 Roosevelt Blvd. . . . . . .. .. Lloyd .E- Jones.Jr.. Owner June 20. 2.. July' 4. 11 and the personally property therein served, with shall pro-be theCounty This Hearing- Commissioners will fee held-Room In Z: P. inn..J.3 :;.;,JD rflt.y

-:: lacksoBTille EV 7-4411 Complete Cosmetic Dept.Camera parties defendant to this proceed In the Duval County CourtHouse J. P. Hall. Jr. Both Geiger
Specialist inOffice' LEGAL XOTICJII lag. and that this Court In Jacksonville at It:>.

shall "have JurisdictIon of themto a-nx. E. 5-. T. ,on. the. 24th 'dayof . . . . . plrctoTs.-
__LILERS Tilnu 'Sftbbl1 -Ome "Equip will not responsible; for the same extent as If namedas July 1963. pursuant to seeDon tttate cf Flonds County of Clay M:
defendant In aid petition (c> of Public Law 627 of
J pacemakers and Peerlet Pharmaceutical Ne d -Saadrie207T'Blinding meat any bills or debt or purchase and personally served with pro- the SUb Congress.All Sworn to and subscribed before me this Ith day of July, Ifli

Stream for Travel coal In this cause. persons wishing to be and I hereby certify that I am not aa officer or director of tata
_ fAir Complete Line of Greeting by anyone except myself DOW'or DONE AND ORDERED at beard are hereby notified to appear bank

_Pc! Trailen-Bank FlnanelBi '-'at.' La tie future. Jacksonville Florida this tat at said meeting. -,
J 017 BOOee* II 'l*& : BlTt- Cards day of July. IMS.John . J4hB B..- Phillips SEAL .
GEORGE W. WILSON ./ 1C. UcNatt Chairman Notary Public State of Florida at larftTe. My commission expire.lLay .

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