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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Statement of Green Cove's acting City Manager Ben Zellner, ( of Florida Secretary of State Tom Adams, authorized -

unanimously approved by the City Commission, on Secretary by the Governor and members of his cabinet, on withdrawalof

Adams' statement.) the State's offer to purchase the Naval base at Green Cove.) Cove
I have been authorized by the City Commission of Green .R i a State QuitsGeneral
The state initially became interested in the ;
acquisitionof
Cove, to refute certain statements made by Secretary of State
the Green Cove Springs Naval Air Station Base only upon
Adams on July 15th.I .
want to point out that Mr. Adams was not present at invitation by and insistence of a representative group of city, 9 Services Administration reversed itself yeeter-

any conference between the Governor and members of the county and state officials and representatives of local civic J day and recommended to the Government Operations com-

Commission with reference to the acquisition of the former organizations. Following this request, the State Cabinet agreedto mittees of both houses of Congress that the $750,060 offer of

United States Naval Station here. purchase the surplus facilities at the General Services the City of Green Cove Springs for the deactivated federal pro

Administration appraised price-$620.000. Shortly after thestate's perty here be accepted by the Government.The .
The Governor proposed that the City withdraw its bid r
offer
was made, the Wolfson interests indicated a desireto new recommendation will ostensibly li in the
offices
of $750,000 and permit the State to acquire it for $620,400. The
purchase the Base for q k of the
$750.000 some two committees
$130.000 more than the for another 30 days (the third
State in turn would then sell it to the City for $750,000.00. 36-day
appraised value. This offer
was subsequently assumed by the waiting period.) Unless it is specifically vetoed within
Governor also stated that in the event such wide promotion.The that
a
City of Green Cove Springs and efforts were made by the City time, the sale will then be ready for consummation.
Governor also stated that in the event such a transactionwas
to secure financing at the
$750,000 figure. GSA acted less than 48 hours after the
completed the City would have all the time necessary to announcement
Following this development, efforts were made to work In Green Cove, by Florida's Secretary of State, Tom Adams,
validate its certificates and pay the State for the ,Base with-
out a cooperative program between the state and city whereby that the States offer of $620,400 was being withdrawn.
out the necessity of borrowing interim money.
the property could be acquired at the lesser figure, thereby Thus the only obstacle to final acquisition of the base

The following day Mr. Jarrard told me and the attor- saving some $130,000 in public funds. In this regard, the I f by the City is the validation of the City's revenue certificates.
ney for the City that the City would have only 90 days to pay Governor I illE
conveyed for the Cabinet through Mr. Wendell Jar- n Precisly what position th State will take in this respect
the State for the Base. The City Commission determined thatit
rard ___
Chairman-Director
of the Florida Development Commis- cannot, at this time be foretold. However, in his address
on
ti
had'o&me too far with the Federal Govrnment in representing -
sion, a proposal that if the city would withdraw its bid the Monday night before the Green Cove club
Rotary
TOM and a
SECRETARY OF STATE : ADAMSWithdrawal groupof
its willingness and ability to pay the $750,000 to with-
state would acquire the property: for the $620.000 appraisal guests invited by crtain officers of the
organizaton, the Sec-
draw its offer and thereby put the State in a position of realiz- '
figure and
agree as follows: retary of State departed from his prepared text to
state his
ing the difference, which we had already offered the Federal view
r Government. As a result of our meeting with the members of 1. To sell the property to the City of Green Cove The : that the City's offer was made for the beneft of individual industrialists -
rather than for the general good.
This
terminology
the subcommittee in Washington considerations of good faith Springs at the $750,000 figure insisted
upon by is reminiscent of the language used by the State Supreme Court
toward the Federal Government were involved and we, therefore -
the City and convert the $130,000 difference into in striking down the proposed bond issue which would have
concluded the Governor's proposal was unacceptable and
r we to notified Mr. Jarrard.I the industrial development of the site for the Strategic Retreat? paid for the modern plant still lying vacant on Highway 17

benefit of the midway between Green Cove and Orange Park.
community, or
wish to state that at the conference with the Governorno
And from the prepared text of his
address Mr. Adams
alternative plan was submitted to us, as represented by 2. Convey to the City of Green "
Cove Springs, at cost, (AN EDITORIAL) said the state will gladly re-enter the picture, but onlyon
Mr. Adams. There were a number of vague suggestions made,
any facilities capable of being utilized by the city the assurance by all responsible parties that such embar-
the principal one of which was that, if the barge canal materialized The dramatic announcement Monday night by Secretary
i. e.. the golf rassment as has been experienced by the state
in
course sewage plant, water system, past negotia
the State might be interested In acquiring the piers and
i of State Tom Adams of the State's withdrawal of its offer tions will be avoided in
the waterfront property from the City. I made it clear to the electric plant, fire-fighting facilities etc. and work to purchase the federal property at,Green COY followed future negotiations"If

Governor that the City would cooperate completely with the out a cooperative program of industrial develop- within 48 hours by word that GSA had rversed itsellf and recommended the State opposes vaidation of Green Cove revenue

State in the use of the waterfront property. Nothing whateverwas ment for the remainder of the site at no cost to that the City be allowed to buy the property pave certificates the issue will rest on whether the City's acquisition -

said about a cooperative program of industrial develop- the but is for the general good or whether on the other hand, it fa,
the City but in such a manner that the state, by the way, presumably, for acquisition by City .
as Mr. Adams suggested for the benefit of Individual indus-
ment, as stated by Mr. Adams.
Three statements in the Secretary's address, one of
lease and by sale to individuals, would recover trialists. Conceivably, it might be held that whatever
With reference to Mr. Adams statement that the Cityis the which was not included in the prepared text published on this was good
$620,000 invested, and no more. for the area whether through the efforts of an individual industrialist -
squandering $130,000 of public funds, the overwhelming page, are worth special notice here.
.
These offers
were neverjhonestly: conveyed to the publicby or not, benefitted the
general
majority of tflertttlztms.of the City.consider theTBteento*be a the In the prepared text the Secretary said: These offwere welfare of the peopleof
*persons receiving them. Rather, the 'story was" told the area.
profitable purchaser for the City at 96000. With reference that the state desired to never honestly conveyed to the public by the persons -
only
to his statement that a representative group of City County sell the land to the acquire the property for $620,000, receiving them. Rather, the story was told that the state desired What position the City would take or. for that mat-

and State officials and representatives of local civic organizations city for $750,000 and thereby reap the only to acquire the property for $620,000 sell the landto ter, the State itself might take after 48 hours of mutual recriminations -
fat of
insisted that the State very profit $130,000 at the expense of the citizens of the for and In the event the State Supreme Court invali
acquire the Base, it is not true Green Cove city $750,000 thereby reap the very fat profitof
Springs. Such
that any city officials ever made that request of Mr. Adamsor a representation is preposterous.The $130,000 at the expense of the citizens of Green Cove Springs. dated the bond issue is anyone's guess at this juncture.The .

any else. I know of no local civic groups who favored the state has ,never desired to compete with one of its Such ,a representation is preposterous." prelude to GSA's reversal of its earlier recommendation

purchase of the Base by the State, except an organization poliical subdivisions 'nor does it desire to now. Rather, the If it be true that the State offered to sell the propertyto (that the State be given the go-ahead) was the verbal

which calls itself the Committee of 100 and which is composed state's only interest is to assist in every proper way possible the City for $750,000 and "CONVERT THE $130,000 DIFFERENCE spanking administered Monday night by Mr. Adams to Green

largely of non-residents of the City. As a matter of fact, the In the economic development of this and other,areas of Florida.In INTO THE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE Cove's municipal government. He charged "some local officials'

Clay County Chamber of Commerce has supported the City's light of the foregoing and the apparent determinationof SITE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE COMMUNITY"" there was with "the apparent determination to squanderneedlessly

efforts to acquire the Base. The only request I have ever madeof some local officials to squander needlessly some $130,000 of ample opportunity for Tallahassee to make this known throughthe some $130,000 of public funds.

Mr. Adams was to ask him to cooperate with the Chamberin public funds, but being unwilling to be used in this matter press. Members of the cabinet knew there were extenuatingcircumstances Twenty-four hours later Green Cove's acting City Mana-

freezing the Base so as to preserve its use for another gov- and being unwilling to compete in the acquisition of the Green prejudicial to the local control of a Stateownedbase. ger, in a statement unanimously approved by the City Commission -

ernmental agency which we were trying to interest at that Cove Springs Naval Base, I am authorized as of this date, on Why was Tallahassee so silent on this point One hun- replied that the Secretarys remarks were probably

time in locating here. behalf of the state, to announce the withdrawal of the Cabinet's dred and thirty thousand dollars put into the industrial dev- "actionable" (libelous) and that the Secretary did not know

Mr. Adams has stated that the State did not intend to offer to purchase the facilities and site at the appraised price elopment of the Green Cove property would have been a lot what he was talking about.

use the Base as a prison. A representative group of local men of 620000. The state stands ready, however, as it has consistently I' of development. Mr. Adams said the State had made two offers to the

and women called on the Governor several months ago. Just to assist in every proper way possible in the solutionof Another point raised by the Secretary in his prepared City.

after he announced in the press that a prison was one of the this problem. Should such assistance be solicited by repre- I address commits the State to "assist in every proper way pos- They were that:

probable uses for the Base, and tried to dissuade him from using sentative groups in Green Cove Springs, the state will gladly sible in the solution of this problem. Should such assistancebe Texts of the Secretary's statement, upon which he enlarged -

it for that purpose. At that conference the Governor de- re-enter the picture.* but only on the assurance by all responsible solicited by representative groups in Green Cove Springs, in his address and of Mr. Zellners reply are published on

clined to give the group any assurance that the Base would parties that such embarrasment as has been experienced by the state will gladly re-enter the picture ." this page.

not be used as a prison. Mr. Adams was not present at that the state in past negotiations will be avoided in future negotia- And this in turn leads up to a third point raised by the Speaking before more than 50 persons at the regular

conference either. tions. I Secretary and not included in his prepared text that weekly meeting of the Green Cove Rotary Club, Mr. Adams

Aa the City's offer was made for the benefit of individual indus- said the story had been told that the state desired only to acquire -

trialists rather than for the general good." the property for $620,000. sell the land to the city for

If this statement lays the groundwork for an attemptto $750.000 and reap a fat profit of $130,000 at the expense of

Landmark :lffiS.VII.LLUI P. HENET have invalidated the revenue certificates by: which Green local citizens.
Razed
Being Cove plans to buy the property, the less recrimination
Services for Mrs. Myrtis that "Such a representation is preposterous," he said.

-- -- Marie Heney, 49 years old, goes on between the City and State governments, the better "In light of the foregoing and apparent determinationof

ff, ,,r'> #" ;,- "\- r- rr were held on Monday in the will be the end result. some local officials to squander needlessly some $l3 ,eoo of

f.'If: Orange Avenue Baptist Church, Certainly no one will deny that the city government of public funds, plus being unwilling to be used in this matter,

Green Cove. :Mrs. Heney, who Green Cove now faces the most formidable task it has ever and being unwilling to compete in the acquisition of the Green

r.. was the wife of William P. I confronted. Borrowing the money to pay General Services securing Cove Springs Naval Base, I am authorized to announce withdrawal

Heney, owner of the Western i validation of the revenue certificates in the courts, get- of the Cabinet's offer to purchase the fac ties and sHe

Auto Associate Store in Green ting industry in and making profitable use of the facilities at 'the appraised price of $620,000," he said.

Cove, died in Clay Memorial I that can properly be used. These and a thousand other tasks He hWy added-and this was the puzzling part of his

Hospital Saturday after a long make the whole project one of monumental proportions.As speech-that the state stands ready as it has consistently, to

illness.A II the Secretary repeatedly said Monday night, we shall
assist in every proper way possible in the solution of this pro
resident of Green Cove fox I i.need to know our friends and how to use them to our mutual blem.

14 years, Mrs. Heney leaves I I benefit.

in addition to her husband {

three sons: Edward E. Heney I, Crax Not HarmfullThe using cracked or unclean eggs.

and David Lloyd Heney, both I "Persons who are ill especially Infants the elderly and

of Green Cove; and William furore over cracked eggs Is nothing new to ArthurL. individuals suffering from gastro-intestinal' disease or malignancies -

PHeney, Jr., of Gainesville; i I Ketch the new manager of Keystone Egg Producers Inc. should not be fed raw or uncooked eggs. An uncooked -

her mother. Mrs. Ellla Truett J Neither are solemn warnings issued without any consultation egg Is one in which the white is not firm."

of St. Augustine; a sister f' with the affected industry.Mr. A Public Health Service spokesman said the salmonella -
The old Mohawk Hotel, long a landmark in Green Cove, is being torn>> down to make
Mrs./
office Hugo Kora of St. ; / Ketch 41-year-old native of New Jersey recently derby could produce gasUroenteritis, upset stomach,
way for a parking lot and an building.The .
two brothers. Malcolm Truettof was named to head Keystone Eggs after the company, for- diarrhea. In severe cases there may be a fever.
structure, comprising 35 and
80-year-old rooms eight baths was originally bunt
New Smyrna Beach: and merly a so-called cooperative, was sold to Sun City Dairy However the Public Health Service said there was no
as a private residence in the mid-80's. In 1S01 it was purchased from the Wash Branning
Earl Truett of Dover Del.; andtwo Farms, Inc, of Miami. He sueeeds Ray Starnes who took danger where the eggs are thoroughly cooked and the final
estate by J. W. Lucas, the father of Brantley Lucas. The house, at that time, had onlyeight
grandchildren. another position with the company. product is not recontaminated.

rooms. Services were conducted by As the County's largest vendor of cracked eggs, a Mr. Ketch, who was transferred to Keystone from Rome
It was at that time that Mrs. Lucas began taking boarders ($5 a week with meals).
the Rev. Jim McCullough by-product in its mammoth egg wholesaling business '75 Ga., has with him his wife and two younger children: Box-
One of the longest-staying guests was Ed"ardViI'&ins., then eligible
an bachelor.
I young minister of the Orange Avenue million eggs annually Keystone Egg Producers will continue ann. 9, and Lester, 6. An older son Thomas A. Ketch.19, is
In 1909. Mrs. Lucas made a deal with airs Clarence Tyler, who operated the 3-story
e Baptist Church. Burial was in to sdI cracked eggs to those who wish to buy them in spiteof still in Rome and plans to enter college in the FaIL
Tyler House which stood on the site now occupied: by the Green Cove Springs Coca-Cola
Hickory Grove cemetery. a warning issued last week by the Public Health Service
Bottling Works. )Irs. Lucas gave Mrs. TyTer: the Mohawk she got in return the lease
PaD bearers were: H. L that cracked eggs present a health hazard if and when they
on the Tyler House and all its furnishings. According to Brantley Lucas the Tyler House Blackmon. Joseph Gerhardt are used uncooked. ITS GLADYS TILLJS PM.

bad about 35 rooms a single bath and numerous outbuildings Just in ease the single Gladys Tillis, acting Postmaster ot eystone will
Joseph Mincher. Hervey Rob- Sir. Ketch was inclined to liken the eraeked-egg-scare .
bath was in use. be nominated to the permanent position-of postmasterin
M inson. Dr. John M. Malone and to the cranberry-scare of six or seven yean ago when the
The Mohawk passed from Mrs. Tyler to a Mr. Bowling and then to a Mrs. CrandalL Dr. R. M. Paterson. the next list of, nominations to be sent to the Senate
nation nearly suffered a turkeyless Thanksgiving because a ;
The building was condemned in the late 30's and it and the half a block of land for confirmation by President Kennedy.
Honorary pall bearers were: Public Health Service official discovered some canned cranberries -
were purchased in 1939 by J. Slater Smith at a price which is reputed to have been under Robert This was made known yesterday fcy Congressman
Myers Clayton Revels that had ben sprayed with a possibfy-eancer-pro-
$1,000. Mr. Smith whose heirs now own tie: property, renovated and modernized it and C. H. Foster L H. Williams dudng fruit spray.. D. R. Matthews who Informed Miss TUHs that the
during World War II it boasted not only a restaurant but a mobile long distance telephone Post Office Dept. had advised him that Miss Tills was
T. O. Barton and John Halt17gun. A sufficient number of organisms of the disease have
i switchboard which handled for several months the long distance i phoning of the_,Navy eligible for promotion.
been recovered from cracked eggs from farms in one area,
men then stationed in the City.Tracy ; The Congressman expressed his personal
Arrangements regard
were under the it said to lead to the following recommendation:
L. Saunders who Is supervising: razing of the building, estimates it win be direction of Helm Funeral There is sufficient epidemiological and bacteriological for Miss "Tiffs and said he was delighted the long-waited

j down and the bulk of the"debris removed by the latter part of August. Home evidence to nomination was about to be sent to the Senate.UBAARY .
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{ TWO THURSDAY. JULY 18, 1963
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CLAY COUNTY.REPRESENTED I Section. Families were urged to
QT{ Crescent otltfefeer CPenney &
V (Eaunttj ,- -- M -H ',' AT, STATE practice safety In the home as

well as the family car.
F HOME DEMONSTRATION*

4"Wc arc fighting by ourselves alone; but we are not by ,DUNCAN GRONER Farms ] I COUNCIL MEETINGMrs. The publicity group had requested -

i fighting for ourselves alone we'await undismayed the im- "The,bride chose a sheath gown of satapeau embellished each county to bring

pendJ.ni. assault. We must show ourselves equally capable of with appliques of Alencon lace designed with a bateau Beaulah Hollingsworth, posters of the local publicity

meeting sudden violent shock or what is perhaps a harder neckline and a removable train which extended to chapel Reporter: MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8131, president of the Clay County they had received. The themeof

test a, prolonged vigil But be the ordeal sharp or long, or length ." Senior Council of Home De- the display was "The Won-
Mrs. Paul Harrison has arrived the hip socket right off. They
monstration clubs and Mrs.
both 'shall seek terms, shall tolerate no parley; we I I derful World of Home Demon-
we
we no
I pondered these words for they are printed week after in Bay View Mich, and have been replaced by a metal Maybelle Manning. council "

may show ,mercy we shall ask for none. week with small variation In every newspaper across the is enjoying the association of framework. I have no cast nc delegate represented Clay stration.
Winston ,S. Churchill::
14 July 1940 land. Better. I thought they had put the words in alphabetical new friends who are much like : pins no plates and I am not County at the recent meetingof

order and let it go at that. her old friends in Penney I': in traction. I am not uncom- the State Council of Home

1 "What in thunder does all this gibberish mean?" I Farms. Besides the cool ah fortable. I do' have faith, and Demonstration Clubs. The;

JUST BEYOND **. asked my wife and read the foolishness to her. and lovely scenery there are courage, so I only need time meeting was held at the University -I aids
1 The to the will to strive. %. "- attend. and hearing
to patience.
urge do "Oh. you just don't understand." she told me in the concerts and lectures of Florida in Gaines.
i The glorious thrill of being alive; ;>r't \ She sends her best wishes to ville. Mrs. Margaret Nelson,,
I c. % '. patronizing way woman have when they discuss things feminine
I To want Tomorrow come sun or rain Com- to fit everyhearing
with males stupid. She was never righter. I did not under- all at Memorial Home Mrs. B. G. Jackson has returned local home demonstration;

Faith to go forward a summit to gain stand. And. piqued by her superiority. I went on. munity. to the Memorial Home agent also attended.

That's Just beyond. "What does it mean she "chose" this sheath thing. Community,after a visit of sev- The delegates from fifty-two lossAtatco1
A Star to guide me throughout the years. '",. The Rev. and Mrs. ClarenceA. Florida Counties devoted timeto
eral weeks with her
: What happened after she chose it. Was she assured, in her son in Long
Someone to love and. maybe tears below; ;;..-. choice of the secret ballot Did she choose it as we all choosea .. Miller who are spending the Island and a sister inortland I discussing the "Effectivenessof
Lord while I tread the earth summer at Lakeside. 0.. recently Maine. Councils in Interpreting Ex-
President and then home !
May I always seek but never know go "
I : visited their son and : tension Home Economics.
What's Just beyond. f "No. Stupid my wife said to me "she chose it and
his family at ,Barberton. O The Monday evening pro
Helen Phelps bought it and wore it at her wedding. What could be clearer Mrs. Ono Coons two weeks
While there Mr. Miller preached gram included an address by
i (Editor's Note: This brief poem written by the wife of than that" at the First Methodist ago headed for he Adirondacks Dr. M. O. Watkins Directorof

r the late Prof. George Phelps of Keystone has recently been "Are you sure" I asked her "the girl didn't choose it Church which he once formerly and visited a former teacher Florida Agricultural Exten- Thomas V. Duck Jr.

awarded an honorable mention In the Florida State Federationof and then rent it? It sounds like an awful lot of other wed- served for ten years. Mr I chum. Miss Bennett. Next she sion Service An informal reception -

I Womans Clubs.) ding dresses I've read about in an awful lot of newspapers. ,1 and Mrs. Miller also attendeda headed east across Vermont followed giving dele- A Laboratory Trained

think these dresses must make the rounds on a rental basis dinner at the MassillonWoman's 'and into New Hampshire to vis- gates 'an opportunity to become Hearing Aid Consultant

till they're worn out." it the Rev. and Mrs. H. O from
Club celebrating the acquainted.
Amendment Morehouse and the Rev. and
Piety By '"Well they don't. my wife told me. flushed that I 50th anniversary of the Massil- Tuesday evening Special In-
Mrs. oJhn A. Swetham at Rom-
should thus attack this innocent bride with her sheath gown lon High School class of 1913 I terest Groups in Citizenship, MAICO, HEARING
Congressman Charles E. Bennett of Jacksonville has ney Depot all residents of the
of satapeau."I of which Mrs. Miller was a Safety and Publicity were
announced that he will offer a constitutional amendment to Memorial Home CommunityMrs.
don't know what satapeau is," I told her. "Why can'tthey member. held. Those in the Citizenship SERVICE
( allow the reading of the Bible in the public schools.In Coons next jaunt was over Group discussed the impor-
be married in cotton linen stretch
or or yarn or even
100 miles to her sister who
a news release mailed from his Washington office. I don't hear people talking about that lovely get tance of practicing citizenship Jacksonville ,Fla. "will -rive
potato sacking.
The Rev. and Mrs. Fred will stay with Mrs. Coons at
Mr. Bennett says that his proposed amendment "stems from satapeau dress that Arabella Schmaltz wore last week. It in the home and community. FREE hearing tests and demon-
Andres were hosts last week to New York until she
recent Supreme Court decisions banning readings from the : was of course embellished with appliques of Alencon lace. Miss Louise Vordenberg of returns Shokan to the Memorial Home A local judge led the discussion strations Monday, July 22nd at
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Bible and the offering of daily prayers in schools. with special emphasis on
I'll bet only good pair of shoes there wasn't a
man
you my Cincinnati who was on her Community in about a month. '
Immediately after the decision was handed down by; woman or child at that wedding who could have told Alen- way to visit friends in Miami. broken homes and its effect on BRADLEY'S DRUG

the Supreme Court. The Crescent said editorially that "thereis con lace from some stuff turned off a machine in the gar- Miss Vordenberg. a Moody the children involved. A film

a fine hair-line between saying that a school teacher may ment District of New York. Bible Institute graduate spent Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bohnei "Old Glory" followed the dis- STOREGreen

not read the Bible (or any other book) on the one hand and write from Sioux Falls. South cussion. "Safety In The Home"
My wife opened her mouth so I rushed on. 40 years in missionary work in
on the other saying a man may not be a Jew or a Bap- "Furthermore I pressed "this sheath thing was designed Hinduras. She was coworkerof I Dakota that they enjoyed then was the topic for discussion for Cove Sprints, Fla.
tist Hindu." In man's activities and beliefs trip through the Smokey those attending the Safety
or a short a religious -
with a bateau neckline. Unless my French is slippingvery Mr. and Mrs. Andres while I
not matter of to either the Mountains and especially a
are a any concern judiciary
badly that means a boat neckline. Would that be a canoe they were in Honduras.The .
Lodge in the heart of the
'L or the congress.
a rowboat or a trans-Alantic passenger liner And and.
However Mr. Bennett's release goes us one better. He hold on. it had a removable train. What did she do with the mountains where they stayeda RIVER VIEW
Rev. and Mrs. Austin
couple of days enjoying good
"pointed out that today the world has two and
strong conflicting removable train. switch it to another engine in the freightyards
Brown called friends in
ideologies. 'Our way of life recognizes God. and the after the ceremony?" on food and fellowship. They Retiree Mobile\ Home Park
Memorial Home
responsibility to lead upright and moral lives,* He (Bennett) Communitylast stopped at Hennepin. Illinoisto
"
"Can't you see? My wife asked. She had the weary Saturday. Mr. Brown has Kunkles but (ADULTS ONLY)
) visit the they
said 'while the other denies the existence of God. and believes
manner of one who had just been asked that the world is round. been assisting in special serv-
only in the supreme being of the central govmment.." were out that day. Last Riverfront lots of shade
"No" I said. "I can't see. This removable train extended ices at the Assembly of God Wednesday, a friend had a tea spaces, ,
And then he concludes that "our of life will be
"way to chapel length. It says here the marriage took place in church in Starke. After visit- party at ehr country home foi No Air Conditioning Needed
f continued with the proposed amendment.
a church not a chapel and I think it was pretty cheesy of ing in Jacksonville for a cou- Mrs. Bohner where she met Pool
Paved Swimming
., We report cannot legislate into church. The Large Lots. Streets
you a man
her old man to get a removable train that was smaller than ple of days they will be goingto many of her former coworkers Good Fishing Free Boat Dockage
Supreme Court believe in
we was wrong even taking the case "
the church. Bloomington. Ind., to visit in the W. S. C. S., Guild
of the protesting atheists. If the congress now comes along
"Oh don't be ridiculous Mrs. G. retorted. "Don't'you his family. Mrs. Brown was the and Sunday School. She says $21 Per month
with a constitutional amendment which must be rata','d
( former Mrs. Horst who lived at
know: that every marriage is written up like that" it was lovely affair. Mr. Boh-
by the people under emotional circumstances it will almost the Memorial Home Community. Investigate this Park 8-wides Towed FREE
"That" I said "is precisely what I do know that is ner is renewing acquainten-
surely wind up as an attempt to legislate us back into a ; Will Accomodate 10 to 20 wldes-also Travel Trailers
state ,of holiness. precisely why I am reading it to you. I say that everytime ances with former employeesat

it is written and printed in a newspaper it compounds the the County Court House RIVER VIEW PARKU.
Better the whole thing were forgotten; better the teacher Miss Stella Kavaney writes where he formerly worked. This
felony. Do'you." I asked her. sitting up hi my chair to empha-
read the HIGHWAY 17 at BLACK CREEK
E; King James version of the Bible AS LITERATUREand S.
that she had her accident week the oBhners will be ir.Mrs.
on
size my point "do you know of anyone who talks like that. Do
l ( the English language never produced any greater litera- TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284-3369
her sister's kitchen floor and I Bohner's old home area ol
ture.) you. in all honesty, know what the devil they're talking about.
Besides., listen to this. The girl's bridesmaids must have been says "I broke the bones over I: Minneapolis. Minnesota.
And as to his conclusion that "our way of life will be -
her friends. Isn't that a fair assumption Or do you suppose
continued with the proposed amendment"
we can only assume they were like the dress unknown quantities rented for the
J this might be the highly emotional taken
approach in any
occasion Listen to what this says: "the attendants wore
public ratification of his amendment.Our .
cocktail length dresses of Dior blue satapeau fashioned with

way of life we submit will be continued by a decent cowl neckline short sleeves bell-shaped skirt listen to

and general respect for the basic principles of Christianity this and accented with fabric cabbage rose."

by a public and unemotional awareness of the vast problemswe "Did the House of Dior provide the dress .+. or dye

face. and by an ability to meet General Nathan Bedford the satapeau. What is Dior blue Why not something aver-

Forrest's recipe for military victory: getting there fustest with age like navy blue or sky blue. Nine chances out of ten. the The Bank of Green Cove Springs
the mostest"I
I attendants probably wore electric blue. And. no, they were

not satisfied with boat necklines like the bride wore they

I "FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS"By had to go out and get cowl necklines. And fabric cabbagerose

or roses? What is that a vegetable or a shade of rose?

WORLEY BROWN Miami Beach on Monday, July The only cabbage I ever saw that was remotely pink was a Housing Loans For Home Improvement

Chairman, Fla.Industrial Comm. 15., Later in the year the two ripe skunk cabbage--." ,

remaining conferences will be "The only following y .
was instructions.
Statistics newspaper my
are highly impor-
t held for the Gulf coast, and for >, ",
tant in the battle for industrial the central Florida area. wife said at length. ,' FHA Title 1

safety because they tell us how "Whose instructions
In the face of thousands more'people .''''-2-* 1. -
well we are doing. But it is the "Don't you understand she went on "that when a '
i tragedy and horror of the indus- in Florida going on the ':.::: -.,.
girl buys a wedding dress nowadays she gets instructions as .
job all the time the
trial accident that spurs all of doing a better, and necessityof better to what to put in the newspaper." These. loans. can be granted to any property owner who is purchasing ,.. -
us on to greater effort in the
safety performance in the future "No I certainly did not. I told her. "Do you mean

struggle and against injury.According accidentaldeath becomes more and more urgent. that when some girl goes in and planks down her $39.95 for a or has purchased a house, after qualifying through PHIL Standards.

to the statistics, That urgency is demonstrated satapeau wedding sheath she gets with it a manual on pro- J,

however, we have been winningthe spectacularly by Florida's zoom- paganda an art all of the dictators of the world have

fight. But we. must be un- ing economy.In paid millions of dollars to master So this is why satapeau

relenting this conflict because the future historians will dresses with detachable trains accented with fabric cabbageroses
nothing short of the recount the stories of these decades "
: perfect rec- have become a nationwide status symbol. .
ord can-in any way-equate with amazement. Speakingin I was beginning to see dimly. 'V '

with the value we place on human Miami last"year President "From now on," I concluded "in the accounts of wed- t .
life. Kennedy said: Top engin- <. !
and dings in The Crescent lets vary them a little. Let us ask our .
In stark recognition of that eering scientific plants will ...
fact the Florida Industrial Com- be set up in all parts of Florida readers to assume that the bride chose a satapeau sheath with "

mission is in the midst of a big more industry will come fabric cabbage roses. Let us assume that the train was so ,",'..
campaign called 19-SAFETY-3. the whole educational and em- long it could not be got into the church like say a 50-car )

Governor Farris Bryant kickedoff ployment structure will be vastly train detachable, of course. And when mamma brings in the

the campaign at the annual improved and in many ways this bit. let us liven the story by saying whether or not the dress r
Florida part of the United States '. .'.' ..'
Industrial Commission was bought or rented how much was paid for it, whetheror
Safety Conference in Orlandoin which is the oldest'in our coun- not it was a cash deal and what sort of dower poppa set-
February. try will be the youngest I' :. I
sort tled on the poor child But by all means when one of them
19-SAFETY-3 is a massive most vital in the new space
age period." comes in. get that propaganda manual off her. I need it because .
public relations effort involving :- "' !
industry, business, labor, insurance In the last decade, Florida'spopulation in his palmiest days. Goebbels never got such coverageas 4LL

professional and civic organizations zoomed upward almost these satapeau sheaths. With a book that has won such ', -

government, newspapers SO per cent to just shortof coverage I could maybe learn to write a newspaper that people <:

magazines,- TV, and ra five million in 1960. Since the would I ev -

dio.All 1960 census, population experts read"I IJ J I

of these elements are estimate, we have gained another ; -.
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_.
_
banded together in presenting half million and that pop CONSERVATION NEWS / J-_ .l. "

five regional safety conferences lation will reach seven millionby .;,
BY ALLEN LASTTNGER
through the state. Two of these 1970. ,


conferences held, one for already the northwest have been at from Non-farm approximately employment 700,000 grew in Robert W.SOIL Murray CONSERVATION biologist with SERVICE the Florida Game Apply to Tom Henry, vice president / ,

Pensacola, and the other for the 1950 to almost 1,400,000 last and Fresh Water Fish Commission delivered 325 lbs. of com- ',: .

northeast at Jacksonville. The year. We estimate there will be bine peas and 400 libs of brown top millet to the Clay Soil at
third one, for the southeast will
two million non-farm-employed Conservation district office this week to be planted to provide f
be Held at the Seville Hotel in working Florida I
by 1970. food for turkey quail and dove. This is the last lot of seed to
.. -- The Bank of Green Cove Springs
PUBLISHED EVFR)' TUCltsD.Yun be delivered to the district this year. : >> ; ,

BYCRESCENT I 2810 lbs. of seed has and will be planted in the district '. ( ''' -

PRESS. INC this year to provide food for wildlife. This includes 1400 lbs. ,, .' ,

Groin 0*."... Sortnc. Florida .of brown top millet 900 lbs. of combine peas 285 lbs. of pat- 2S4-3650
',
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\4-'." .,
Phone 234-3166 ridge peas and 225 Ibs. of common lespedza. The cooperators I or ._

In the Green Cove area making these plantings are: Gustaf- 4-9583 ..' '

p4 Al ITOt1A1A sons Dairy George Wise. Joe Jennings Jr.. George Carlisle. Congress ,,!.: ."-"iio

TI J. P. Hall. Jr.. and Joseph Cooper. John Pace. Jr. of Orange Summer Hours-

Park. Shadowlawn Dairy of Penney Farms, and Ivey Crosby rr

of Lake Geneva. Monday, Tnes. tit FrL 9:00 a.m.-l:3t.-p.m..

... -_ Duncan Oroner Those planning to make plantings of combine peas and Wed, Than, SaL-8:00 un.-12, noanPAGE ; .

EDITORMANAGER ..-- .,?... Eugene Koza brown top millet should make these planning during July as
it requires only 60 days for these plantings. to mature.
Entered &s second Class Matter July IS. 19(2. at the Poet Office. Nation
Green'eo.. 'Sprtnca; Florida under the Act of March X. 1897.Se .
..d CUa ...te paid,at Gr**. C.T. S.rtB*.. FU. NATIONAL FARM SAFETY WEEK JULY 21-27

SUBSCRIPTION RATES THIS YEAR'S THEME. INSPECTION 'PLUS CORRECTION

One*Year-in advance .._u M. J400 EQUALS PROTECTION






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I.; Cove Socials I GCS All Star Little LeaguersGreen SHANDS GETS OK PIERS CLEARANCE ServicemenArmy [INSTALL FLEET RESERVE OFFICERS TO

Lenard Showalter will be installed -
The river clearance betweenthe B.
Capt. Benjamin
Mrs. Mabel Eddy is spend- Miss Lillian Watkins was as president of Fleet
I ing some time with her daughter host last weekend to Mrs. Sam I Shands bridge piers at Powell Jr., whose wife Patricia Reserve brands No. 98, at
I t S QC3 Green Cove was approved this
Mrs. W. C. Carey and family Powell and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. acs lives in Orange ark has ceremonies at 8 o'clock tomor-
week by engineers of the Army
in Blanchester Ohio. I Powell and their children, of 9 been assigned to the U. S. row evening in the organiza
Ar and the State according to a
Charlotte. Army Support Group in Vietnam tion's headquarters on Route
9ci spokesman for the Cleary Com-
< F Winford Franklin. Florida pany. as an aviator. Captain 16, adjoining the Naval base.

M i State University student and I Mrs. Larry Riddle, daughter s The Palm-Beach-based engineering Powell was graduated from At the came time, Mre. Anna

his mother enjoyed the Fourth of Commander and Mrs. Len- firm which constructed Florida State University Tal- Chord will assume office as
i
X of July holiday at Jekyll Is- ard Showalter and her young ; d' "s 1 a the new St. Johns lahassee in 1957. president of the ladies' auxi-

land. During his recent break I daughter, Robin have joined I u A- River bridge razed the old liary.

between summer terms Win-I her husband in Hyannis, Mass.\ I bridge leaving 1500-foot fish- Airman Third Class John S. Going in with Mr. Sfeewalter

r ? ford visited friends in Tampa. I where. he is associated with a ing piers at both the Clay and Hisler of Doctors Inlet is be, will be Philip PaM as Vice

Z I summer theater. Mrs. Ehowal- I St. Johns shores of the river. ing reassigned to Otis AFB. president; and Henry Kolsomas

Last Wednesday evening 'ter accompanied Mrs.\ Riddle Clearly reported that about Mass.. following his graduationfrom secretary-treasurer. Other

b Mrs. Vera Franklin ,and Eddie I''as far as Chesapeake Va., to half the materials taken out of the United States Air new officers of the auxiliarywill

Robinson visited Winford ''visit two more generations of the old bridge had been sold Force technical training course be Lorene Paid vice president .

Franklin in Tallahassee and!(her family. They include Mrs.\ for a variety of uses .I for electrical power production ; Ella OldfieW, secretory;

( attended the Starlight Seren- Showalter's mother Mrs.\ Car- d to buyers in Florida and neigh specialists. The airman son of and Norma Kolsom, treasurer.

ade by the F. S. U. Summer olyn Dunn; and her grandmother q rte boring states. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Hisler Friends and prospective

Band. Mrs. Bertha Duncan.Mr. Cleary also reported that of Doctors Inlet graduated members of both organizations
t Green Cove's burgeoning Industrial from Ribault High School in are invited to attend. A dance

Mrs.\. Edwin S. Gustafson was I and Mrs. George Sengle. IP baby. TM Trailer Man- Jacksonville. Fla.. and attended -I will fellow the installation
i the University of Florida. ceremonies.
of with
recently elected president ufacturing Company a
and their two sons of Lexington -
the Ladies Auxiliary of the i!I Ky., are the guests of Mr .. t y II current local employment of 32
Florida Associationat has leased section of .
Dairyman's persons a
I and Mrs. A JJ. Duck and Mrs. Cove's All-Star Little Leaguers, who will play their first two games at 7 and 9 '': The First Church
their convention in Orlando. one of its buildings. TM whose : Presbyterian
I Anne Stripling. Mr. Sengel a o'clock Monday evening. The schedule of games appears elsewhere on this page. Shown
Mrs.\. Gustafson's term of office !production is currently limitedto
j former football coach at Clay above top row L to r.: Ricky Koza Mark Geiger.. Kevin Morley Bob Martin and Ricky : : Magnolia Ave. at Gam
begins immediately and runs 50-foot trailers (not as erroneously >
High is now coaching the Pringle. In the middle row L to r.: Bryan Wright. Lon Custer Fred Linsley John Spearman 'll'
until June of 1964. reported in The I Green,
I University of Kentucky foot- Jimmy Boving and Rufus, Tucker the team's manager and president of the Llttle4League. Cove
Crescent last week 100 feet) '
ball team. In the bottom row L to r.: Mike Knight Vernon Willis, Wayne Miles Ray Sapp 1fr'
Mr. and Mrs. William Le- I is now occupying three builds '
Charles Bailey and Batboy Ronnie"lllis.. Sunday School 9:45 o'clock
ings at the site of the Cleary .
and their children. Susan
men
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kirkland
I headquarters which is situated rn .: llornIngVorshfp: 11 o'clock
and Bill left last Sunday for a had as their guests last week-' ,
on a 16-acre plot just east of
weeks vacation in the THE TOURNAMENT
moun- end Mr.\. Kirkland's brother. SCHEDULE:
tains of North Carolina. While the Naval'base.FAMILY VISITORS WELCOME
Dr. J. R. Kirkland and his Monday 22nd

they are away Mr. and Mrs family from Augusta Ga. 1st game 7 p.m. ............................ Jax Beach American
Floyd Brooker of Jacksonville Southside "A" FROLICS MEETING

are visiting his sitter Mrs Miss Melinda Glennan and. 2nd game 9 pjn .................................... Southside "B" There will be an organiza-
Pearl Hall at the Lemen'Ehome.
Miss Carol Lish. her roommate.I"k GCS tional meeting of the Family

at Howey Academy where Tuesday 23rd Frolics Committee on July 22ndat This Week's
Melinda is studying this summer -t 3rd game 7 pjn ........................ Winner of 1st game the V. F. W. at 8 o'clock. It --
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Canova
spent the weekend with Meadowbrook Bellair is urged that the representatives ".-
have as their guests their I her parents Dr. and Mrs. T >GX8 4th game 9 p.m. ................... ........ Winner of 2nd game of the participating or- "
granddaughter Mr. and Mrs i \
Luke Glennan. On Saturday c Jax Beach Nationals ganizations plan to be present \ \ BONUSBUYS
Robert T. Drake and their
Wednesday 24th
morning Melinda entertainedat
three great grandchildren. Rebecca -' a "Come As You Are" birth- 5th game 7 p.m. ................................ Loser game No. 1 I iU! ;
John and Lee-Adah oi
day breakfast party. Loser game No. 2 r
ij St. Auburn West Virginia. 6th game 9 pjn ..............-................ Loser game No. 3 I I

Loser game No.4.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wil-
Mrs. Irene Crawford and her
Thursday 25th
MRS JAMES V. CAREY .
daughters. Maureen- and Joan liams. ,r., !and their children 7th game 7 p.m. .....:.................... ..... Winner game No. 5 I
have returned from a motor Phillip and Susan spent the Mr. and Mrs. Z: J. Camp- .. "l"ri' : k
Winner game No. 6
trip to Downey. California weekend with her parents. Mr bell announce the marriageof 8th game 9 p.m. ............................ Winner game No. 3
where they visited Mrs. Craw- and Mrs. Herman Reed. Mr their daughter, Shirley I
Winner No. 4
game
ford's sister Mr. and Mrs.\. John I and Mrs.\. Williams left on Mon- Ann to Pvt. James Val Carey Friday 26th I Plus Valuable Plaid |

Bonney. day for a week in the moun- USA. The wedding took 9th game 7 pjn ....................................... Loser No.8..I Stamps
tains of North Carolina. Phillip place last Saturday in the Winner No. 7
Mrs. Edna Moore and Miss and Susan will spent the weekas Roman Catholic Church of Saturday 27th CHURCH NOTICE

Gladys Boos have returned to the guests of their grand- St. Thomas More in Decatur 10th game 7 pjn ........................ Winner game No. 8 8 O'CLOCK
Deerfield Beach after spendingtwo parents. Another son Arthur Ga. Mrs. Carey was graduated Winner game No. 9 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

: weeks with Mr. John Hen- I Williams m will spend the last spring from Auburn 11th game 9 p.m. ..............................._....... If Necessary SOCIETYCor.
driclcs while Mrs. Hendrickswas week with his aunt and uncle University. The bridegroom E. Houston St- &

visiting in Detroit. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams son of James Carey of Green N. Magnolia Ave
of Palatka.Mr. Cove and of Mrs. Emily GREEN COSI.RL G8
1 FLORIDA COFFEELB.
Catherine Anderson daughter -| Bauer of Miami was educated -

of Mr. and Mrs.\ Berwick : and Mrs. Charles Schieneare at the University of Services held Sunday
Please' !
Anderson left last night to'' spending a few weeks at Flol.da. The couple will return Onlyysij can at 11 a.m.Subject .

spend four yeeks at Skyland, their cottage at St. Augustine to Ft. Mommouth N. :

Camp at Clyde N. C. Beach. J., where he is stationed. LIFE
prevent forest fires
t B* B BSWk. aBHHBVHPBSSSSHlSlBlB BI BVB BK H BlVB BI MMA* BMSM>BMSBIMM ) July 21 1 49c

a+ Let Us Handle Your Property A cordial invitation is extended'o BAG

attend oar services.PENTECOSTAL i

Homes--Acreage--Rentals + I t


HOLINESS 3 .1 ..45i

p W/// ASSOCIATES PETER YUN % Vermont CHURCH Ave. LB. BAG

Gree Cove Springs i
Hilda T. Neth
Truly bring
KOREAN STUDENT MINISTERYou You have a

John D. Goodwin Special attend Invitationto RIGHT-FINE QUALITY

R GRAIN FED HEAVY
esiilts Church and Sunday School BEEFROASTj

will thrill at his life story-how God sparedhis
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

Wilda T. Russell REAL ESTATE Preaching 11:00 a.m.

life in the Korean.War-called him to preach Sunday Kite Serr. 7:00 p.m.
Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30: p.m.
SOO ORIAOR AVF. V. Ph. 2 Pastor Ralph Morgan

and opened the way for him to get an education Phone--EV 9- 83O BONELESS CHUCK59c



-Peter Yun plans to finish his education in CLAY THEATRE

Phone 284-6711 LB.

it r rr Monday thru Friday Two
the U. S. and back to Korea ,
r fP ON go as a Missionary Shows each evening

'79 pjn.

Sat. & San. Continuous
to his own people.
From 2 p.m. EASTERN ROUND WHPTEPotatoes


Thurs.ISLAND .

OF LOVE
Plan to hear Peter Yun at I
Starring Robert Preston

USED $29,95 UP USED PENTECOSTALHOLINESS

Sat through Tues.

WALT DISNEY'S

Expert Washing Machine RepairWe I .CHURCH SAVAGE SAM

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Kevin Corcoran
Starring

Buy Used Furniture .& Appliances Tues.. July 23, 1963 i. 29c

: 7:30 pun. Wed. & Thurs. 1

I ABC-TV Furniture Outlet ; .Vermont. Avenue .- Green Cove Springs SODOM Starring AND Stewart,GOMORRAH Granger


Bev. Ralph S. Morgan Paslor. i
ADMIRAL-WESTINGHOUSE TV & APPLIANCE COMING ATTRACTIONS Prices in this ad are effective through Saturday JalJ

SUMMER MAGIC 20th. 115, N. Orange Ave. Greed Cove Springs, Fla.rmmSDAY. .

I 1500 Idlewild Phone 284-6381 Green Cove Springs, Fla. I MUSIC MAN

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LEGAL NOTICE Miss Bergh-: Weds Mr.Adams I Orange Park Socials I Orange EVENTS Park OF TilE Presbyterian WEEK lOP GetsGarbage ,'

499
Mate Bank No.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF Miss Barbara Bergh former satin ribbons. Her veil of illusion Supper-Thursday, July 18. Truck
TilE BANK OF ORANGE PARKOF resident of Orange Park and was held in place with a Mrs.: J. C. Jowers was hostess -'I| The twin daughters born onJuly at 6:30: pjn. at the Church.
I at lunch 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Park Methodist Men's
ORANGE PARK of last Saturday a Orange
Clifford Gene Adams were crown pearls. The Orange Park Town
la The State Of FloridaAt eon at hr home on West Point Turner of Orange Circle are Breakfast-Saturday, July
united in marriage on June 15 I Serving as maid of honor
.. Commission truck
The Clw e Of Hn..lne OB Jane ::9. IOCS Garcia Lions purchaaed a
at the First Presbyterian was Miss Edna Moore of Rd. in honor of Miss continuing to gain weight nice-' 20, at 8 pjn. at the
ASSETS
I Stange. whose marriage to Lar ly at the Naval Hospital and Club. and Pack-Mor garbage packer
Cash, balances with other banks, and cash Itemsin Church in Athens Georgia. The Orange Park. Miss Donna Garrett -
process of collection .. ................ $ 430.066.69 Rev. A. H. Key officiated at, was bridesmaid; Donna ry Ulery Is set for this Satur will soon be ready to come Orange Park Lions Club-Mon-I Tuesday night from Lynch-

United States Government obligations, direct and the ceremony. I Bergh, sister of the bride was day evening at the Lakeshore home.Lt. day. July 22. at 8 pjn. at the Davison Motor Co. on a bid of
guaranteed ........ .. .. ....... .. .. .. .. 1,490,733.79 Methodist Church. Lions Club.
The bride is the daughter of junior bridesmaid; and Pam 8149.
Political Subdivisions 16,512.2Loans
Obligations of State and
Mrs. Mildred Bergh of Athens Bergh sister of the bride was Orange Park Masonic LodgeNo.
including $137.91 overdrafts) 1,041,570.45:; bid of five re
and discounts ( Cdr. and Mrs. A. C. Boy- The was one
Bank premises owned 177,340.86:; furniture and fixtures and Dr. M. B. Bergh of Orange flower girl.Acting Cdr. and Mrs. Robert A 267-Monday, July 22, at
43016.17 ...... ...... .............. .. 120.557.03 Park. Mr. Adams is the son of as best man was Koch and their three children ett and daughter Barbara oi 8 pan. at the Masonic Hall. ceived and was the lowest one
Other assets .... ...... .... .................. 6.223.23.: Mrs. Albert Hoard of Athens. Johnny Blanchard and the have moved from their West Collins Rd. have gone to Panama Orange Park Cl\itans-Tues- that met all specifications.

TOTAL ASSETS ... .. ... .. ........... 3,105,663.43 Given in marriage by her groomsmen were Marcus and Holly Point Rd. home to Wash wedding, Canal of Zone the Boyetts to attend oldei the day July 23, at 7 pjn. at The new equipment will eli-
ABILITIES father the bride wore a tradi- ohn Bergh brothers of the ington, D. C. where Cdr. Koch i Charlie's Restaurant. minate open trucks for collection -

Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships; and tional dress of white chantillylace bride. is now stationed with the i daughter. Orange Park Area Jaycees- according to

corporations ... ... ... ...... .. ......... 1,078,376.32. and satin with a fitted After the ceremony a recep- Navy. Tuesday, July 23, at 8 pjn. of garbage

Time and, savings and corporations deposits of..individuals. .... .,..partnerships ., .. ...- 895,579.16 lace bodice made with a sweet- tion was held at the home OJ Jimmy Moore son of Mr. at the Town Hall. Commissioner Herbert Morris.-
heart neckline and long sleeves. the bride. Serving punch New residents of Orange
of United States Government (including were and Mrs. Ralph Moore of Alllei)
Deposits
postal savings) .. .. . ..... .... ...".. 8-6t7.49 Her full satin skirt featured Miss Janet Thompson and Miss Park are :Mr: and Mrs. Strick Mac Ct., visiting his parents
Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... 616673.38' unpressed pleats and ended in Shelby Bowen. land of 2545 Grasshopper Lane after 6 months service on a
.......... .... 396e.l1TOTAL Morton oi
Certified sand officers checks, etc a chapel train. She carried a The coupl spent their wed- and Mr. and Mrs. missile-tracking ship in the
nEPOS ITS .... .. .. .... $2,713,07.12a.t 543 Laurel Grove Lane. I
( Total demand deposits ...... 1520517.96 white Bible topped with a ding trip in the mountains and British West Indies. COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire
(b) Total time and savings deposits 1192579.16 white orchid and showered will reside in Athens.

Other liabilities .. ............ ............. ..... 68388.64 I with French carnations and James Miller proprietor oi
I Miller's Variety Store is now Home again after a two-

TOTAL LIABILITIES ....... 2,78 1,4 85.'I 6 back at work after a stay in week vacation visiting relatives -
CAPITA ACCOUNTS I Miss\ Wells Engagement Announced I Riverside Hospital.Mr. in Kentucky are Mr. and Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size

Capital: (a) Ccmmon stock total par. value
$17,0-0.0 .. ........ ,... ...... .. ........ 1..t*0.00 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wil- a member of Pi Beta hi Soroi- 'I Mrs. Fred C. Davis and twc
Surplus .. .... ..... ,. .. ............. 91,090.01Undivided < liam Wells of Elldridge Ave. I and Mrs. John E. Stoud- small daughters of Elbow Rd ",,' Dist Miller Tir Autoli'e Batteries
profits ,. . . ..... ......., ..... 61,177.67 ty.Mr. emire of 1520 River Rd. anJ As a house guest they have
announce the engagement of I Graham who attended
their sons Jay and Richard returned their nephew Steve Taylor of
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. .. ... ....... 324,177.67<< ; their daughter Judy Jean to I Bishop Kenny High School last week from a 10- Greenville, Kentucky Cor. Park and King; Jacksonville, Fla.
Ens. John Edgar Graham Jr., was graduated from the University
I day tour of Colorado.
TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 3,105,663.4131CMO11.1ND.1 USN,-son of Mr. and Mrs. John of Virginia, where he
vrr' 1030::. or I1V .0.91
Graham. affiliated with Phi _
Edgar was Sigma
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and Moving this week to Washington i Enjoying a visit last week
Miss Wells a graduate of Fraternity. He is presently stationed -
for other purposes (including notes and bills D. C. are Cdr. and Mrs. with their grandparents MrDoctor's
securities sold with agree- Robert E. Lee High School in at Mayport aboard the
rediceeunted'and Lake Drive were Billy
ment to repurchase) ... .. ... .. .... .. . 97 ,@oH." && Jacksonville received herbachelor's USS Harwood.A Robert L. Huber and two children
and Mrs. James Cranford oi
of Elbow Rd.
Loans as shown above are after deduction of val- degree in art from ,, February wedding is plan- I
uaticn reserves of .. .. .... ............... 9,124.46 I Chip Jimmie and Mary Eliza 7-
Rollins College where she was ned. AXD IX
I, W. W. Mlkell, ,vice president and cashier of the above- beth Cranford children of Drt.
named bank do solemnly swear! that this 'report of condition is EUGENE.. SPROUSE and Mrs. James Cranford Jr,
true and orret, to the best of my knowledge. and. belief. of King Richard Road Jack I ORANGE PARK '
Services for Eugene W
W. Mikell '
CLAUDE'S COBBLER SHOP sonville. Dr. and Mrs. Cranforc:?
Correct-Attest: Sprouse 56 years old, were
Walter G. Odum. yesterday in the First Pressby- and their daughter Stuart were I
R. D. Walker, Expert Shoe Repairing terian Church. :Masonic graveside away on a trip to Charlottes- 100; U. S. highway! 17 Phone 261-0181
Jack H. Quaritius, Directors ville Va.
While You Wait Service services were held later I
State cf Florida County of Clay H:
Sworn to and subscribed! before me this 12th day of July, 1963 in Jacksonville Memory Gar-
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this DYEING-RE-STYLING ,I I
Luggage & Hand Bag Repair den.Mr.
bank. Sprouse died Tuesday in

My Commission SEAL expires May 21, 1967. CLAUDE R. JOXES Pureal Hospial after a brief

; J<0:;,'e Brady, Notary Public 1712 Highway 17 Orange Park illness.A "Where The Best Is,Better. 1t. t t

resident of Orange Park

for three years, he was a mar- '* Electric

SUMMER' CLEARANCE SALE BUILDING MATERIALS ble setter for Steward-Mellon OWE. and

Company, of Jacksonville. He
: I REMODELING was active in Masonic work. BEST Telephone
BRAND NAME SPORT SHIRTS
i REPAIRS He leaves his widow Mrs. YOUR: :

MENS fflEE: ESTIMATES Mabel Sprouse; two daughters: : BillsMEEDS
Reg. $5.00 Now $3.34 Reg.1.00 Now $2.67 :Mary Jane Sprouse, of the ,
Park Fla. II
BOYS Orange home; and Mrs. Barbara IX ,

Reg. $2.29 Now $1.53 Sprouse Wallace of Daytona .

OTHER ITEMS REDUCED 1 Beach; three sons: Eugene 1 HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGS
UM& Co. Sprouse Jr., of Ocala; F. T. I
264-673 Sprouse of Jacksonville; and Get It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWABE
CENT
20 TO 331-3 PER t Joseph Sprouse. of Manchester I I

Tenn; a sister Mrs. Mabel

Liner & Son Clothing ." Couey of North Sacramento 1922 Highway 17 Phone 264-6831 Orange Park
GREEN STAMPS Caloif.; and 10 grandchildren.Helm .
Funeral Home was in
1920 Highway 17 Orange Park 1035 U.S. Highway 17 charge of arrangements. --- -- -- --- -

Phone 264-6241 .

LILLIE MOSLEY FRISBEE t
1
:' Services for Mrs. Lillie Mae 1 1
Mosley Frisbee 66 years old 1
:
: : .,
CLAY
Orange ... were held at the Middleburg 1

.. ..,. .. ...,.." *, Methodist Church on Sunday

: > ::::*:v.. .. afternoon.a Starke Mrs.hospital Frisbee last dieedin Friday 1 COUNTY PHARMACY 0

Park Banner ;: i1 after a long illness.A .

; ;f";, \ native of Green Cove she 24 Hour Prescription Service
was a daughter of the late

SUPERMARKET :'.,.",:' ............ \ world of '. .;> Edward and Lillie Mae Mosley. McKESSON
: : ,.. ., 'Aworide nu\ ';. .' 1 I She was the widow of Josepvi 2 1 SALEJULY
'
Highway 17 Orange Park : Raymond Frisbee. for
N{ '.
< AE1S\ She leaves two daughters 18 THRU 27
: >
r 1
S 1 1J
IIERSIIEYS 5 LB. ,:. \ < Mrs. Emma M. Balldree. oj} ASPIRIsT"L S Adults ((5 gr.) 2-100's . .59
: .. f\Rp\\1 1. Green Cove and Mrs. Esther
UI t0 ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN TnSS50'5..41
59e 0. \ Mosley. of Middleburg; five -
SUGAR R \\ :
; \) i \ 1I.n urer ftM--:.. $1 sons: Fro and Alvin Frisbee CORN REMEDYk oz. . .. 2 for .55
.noS
(with $5.00 or more food order) ;:. ..tta t.e tyR ." both of Middleburg; Leo and EPSOM SALT 8 oz. . . 2 for ..38IBATII

BANNER QT- Charlie Frisbee both of Doctors (with eyecnp) 6 oz. ...... 2 for .79

BHUPROUC1S\) Inlet; and Joe Frisbee. of .. .. /
.' MILK OF MAGNESIA Pint 2 for .57
39c \R Norfolk two sisters: Mrs. Jennie 1
MAYONNAISE I :
\\ \ Green of Doctors Inlet SLEEP TABLETS 16's .. 2 for .88

(with $5.00 or more food ,order) S S RS and Mrs. Ida Braddock. of / SOLUTION No. 59 Pint . 2 for ..68SORETOXE

MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT .... 6 OZ. JAR 'B.S Jacksonvile. She also leaves 23 6 oz. ..... . 2 for .8*

grandchildren six great grandchildren GLYCERIN SUPPOSITORIES -*;;12's . 2jfor. ...41BACTIRACDf

COFFEE F F :; .- 79 It a teptu l. .. '. ,. : and eight step grand- OINT3IENT M ozjftube 2 for IMMERTHIOLATE .
&ifure '
dt' .,ye w :" '.:'. children. (Tincture) 1 oz. 2 for..*t* { -
!t ex Burial was in the Middle-
SWEET BISCUIT 5 LB. ,h. ; { burg cemetery. Services were BEEF, IRON & WINE TONIC :./- jnt. 2 for 1.34 '.;... .

.; Luther TOILET TISSUE 10 Pack A realralae .V- "r ,
FLOOR F : 39 conducted by the Rev. ._.
McGee. VITAMIN A CAPSULES 25,000 units :1 100% 2 for %.III 'J

plain or self-risinr \TTA3IEV A CAPSULES 50,000 units- 100's 2 for 4<90 '-1:'

CARRIAGE CLUB HOTDOG or .. PK.OF 8 aF t WARM SUNGLASSES Men's and Ladies' . . .8f 'J

WEATHER: SPECIAL 6 TRANSISTOR POCKET RADIO . 9.99 : -
HAMBURGER ROLLSa; 19
I II $15 & $20 permanentwaves St. Regis FOLDING SYRINGE ExeHent quality 1.77

."i.. Ii I M price Finesse FOOTSOCKS Pkr. ol 2 prs. . .59
i
GRADE A WHOLE LB.10LBS.
by Eveready TRANSISTOR RADIO BATTERY 2 for l.Ofl

FRYERS 21K t AXX EISSMAXCome St. RePs POCKET WATCH (Made by Westclox) 2.88.

I Plus Tax
in witha
FRESH 4.a Friend 1911 Highway 17 Orange Park Fla. /

GROUND BEEF i:: "' 39 PHONE 64-9585 I 2 operators Phone Day 2649226 /

MABELS / Night 2646019OTav ta

US NO.1 VA orange park pharmacy 1921 Hwy 17Park 1 S

POTATOES 29t Orange
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JULY 18>S, 1963 PAGE FIVE

'.

SPECIAL INTEREST SHORT HERBERT WHITEHEAD -

I. Keystone Social Notes COURSE PLANNED' Services were held on last

Wednesday July 31, 1963 will Monday, at St. Anne's Episco- FULLERTON'SORANGE
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert P. La-
Mrs. Marguerite Grennan 1 Gile Parades men are brothers be an all day Special Interest pal Church for Herbert A.

flew to Chicago last week, : their wives are sisters. Mee of Tallahassee are the Short Course for homemakers Whitehead< who died at Brad,

where she will vacation for a proud parents of their first in Clay, St. Johns and Put- ford County Hospital on Fri-

! month or so. Ii While on a tour of FloridaMr. child-a son-born on June 11. nam Counties. The place is theMethodist day. July 12. PARK AND GREEN COVE SPRINGS
1963 at the Tallahassee Mem7
and Mrs. Conrad Buddenof Church in Green Mr. Whitehead is survived by

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Biehl Beth Page N. Y.. spent a orial Hospital. The boy has Cove Springs. The time is 9:45 his widow, Mathilda, and a
been named Richard Maurice.He .
1 and their two children, of Cincinati. -' week with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie am. to 4:00 p.m. daughter. Mrs. Edward Bleha

I' came last week to visit Rayner recently.Mr. is also the first grandchildof The morning session will in- both of Keystone Heights. Also HOME LAUNDRYCLEARANCE
' Lawrence and Velma LaMeeof clude a choice of classes: "Se-
Mrs. Biehl's parents, Mr. and a daughter Mrs. G. Carfagnoof

Mrs. Raleigh Zike. and Mrs. Wesley John- Keystone Heights. (First lecting and Arranging Furni- Saddlebrook. N. J.; a son.
nephew of Larry Jr.. Suzanne "
V ture; "Selection, Care and Use ,
Kenneth of Miami SpringsFla.
,
son were hosts at a picnic
> Mrs. J. T. Reagan, of War C swim, and ski party at theii I Margaret, and Pat) of Small Appliances;" or "How .; a brother, Charles oj' SALE

ner Robins, Ga., and Miss Jean I summer home on Lake Genevato To Be A Well Dressed Woman." Brooklyn N. Y.: three grandchildren -

; McMann of Barre, Vt., spent''I members of the Jacksonville Miss Gloria Smith, daughter The afternoon session will include and six great-grand-
of Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Smithis
a choice of "Working
nearly a week with Mr. and Gator Outboard Motor Club children.
Mrs. Louis Kyle on Lake Key! last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. working for Dr. Sarah Lou With Youth" or "Our Senioi The Burial Office was con-
Bill
stone. Lee were special guests of the Wells. Citizens." Last on the program ducted by the Rev. Williari WE HAVE TO MAKE ROOM FOR THE 1964 LINE OF
-
will be "Art In The Home
host and hostess.Mr. Worstall. Interment will be in
Mrs. W. R. Steele of Syra- Belote's Drug Store Is similar -, available to everyone. Those George Washington Memoria:
GE. WASHERS AND DRYERS COMING IN A FEW WEEKS
cuse, and Mrs. Harry Lottman to Hollywood and Vine ia attending are urged to bring a Park in aramus. New Jersey.

and Mrs. Fred 'Lottman of and Mrs. Edward Szy- that if you stick around long box lunch. The lunch hour will

Amityville, L. L, were over- manski and their eight children enough you will see someone be spent at Spring Park, a bev- NEWS FROM WILLIAM'S
--- SO YOU CAN SAVE ON THESE 1963 MODELS!
of Wilmington, Del., are
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. I you haven't see for a long time. erage will be served by the local Due to the fact that Father

visiting Mrs. Szymanski's par- We were happy to see Mrs group.If .
Louis Kyle, last week. Dougherty had previous com-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A Theo (Blanche) Kirby and he, you are interested in attending mittment, the Parish picnic has .

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Neal Nelson at their home on ,Lake two children, and Mrs. ,Jim i these classes drop a been cancelled for this coming

Geneva. Mrs. Szymanski is the Hanna, from Lake having card to the Home Demonstration -
entertained at their Santa Fe City, Sunday, until a later date QUALITYPERFORMANCE
former Sue Nelson. Her sister lunch there on Monday Office P. O. Box 278
Lake home last week. Guests I or There Just arent enough Sun, new

included Mr. and :Mrs. Sandy j Mary Lou Hartman also oi this week. They had been tc I Green Cove Springs or phone days-or any other day, foi 2 AVask Temperae -

Wilmington, and her four chil- visit another child of Mrs. Green Cove Springs 284-5781.
MacArthur of Fernandina, and j jMr that matter, to try to schedule FEATURES
1 and Mrs. Frank Tamm and dren, were visiting the Nel- Kirby's who was at Camp' things. tmi.
j son's last week. En route home
Air and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc of Montgomery. Blanche is a for- However, that Steak Supper
the two families met in South MRS. PRINGLE RETURNSMrs. FILTER-FLO. WASHER
the Keystone Club Estates. I mer fellow-teacher in the Lake is to be held as planned on ,
Carolina for an evening to- City Schools. She mentionedshe i Orvis Pringle has returned -
Saturday evening, July 27!
gether. from a visit at the BIG 12LB. Damp dry spin
Mrs. Harry Schriefer of El- was a cousin of Zee Tolles where else can one get a steak FAMILY WASH CAPACITY
home of her daughter and son-
mont N. Y., recently spent supper for $1.25-and a child' I leavetl
many gar-
Jack Haberstrch was sched- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
three weeks with her sister plate for 75 tf? The supper wit? ,
uled for at the Vet- CIVIL DEFENSE MEET Harper in Atlanta. During her
surgery
Mrs. Eddie Raynor, of the be helld at the School Cafe- --- --- = Tj ioent ready to iron
eran's Hospital last Monday. It There will be an important stay in Atlanta, Mrs. Harperthe = p
Lakeside torium ( School,)
Cottages. eystone sc
is hoped this operation will meeting of all persons concerned former Bonnie Ann Prin-[ r pBT .ngggTO_
that everyone will have "elbow -
make everything right, although with the County's civil de- gle, became the mother of a ,
Mrs. Mary Nelson of Hill- room. Serving will be froir
he may have to remain fense at 8 o'clock Tuesday son Larry Bret Harper, whc ; ,9 GE filter flo wash
crest entered Baptist Hospital 5:30 pjn. till 7:00. Get yoU
hospitalized for a time yet. evening in the conference room was born on June 29. Mrs
in Jacksonville for surgery last ticket from any member of the
Monday. Surprise visitors at the homeof at the County court house according Pringle was joined in Atlantafor Caholic Club. ng .,.tem cleans

i Mr. and Mrs. William Sim- to an announcementmade the weekend of June 15 by
The church grounds are undergoing -
eral on last Sunday, were Mr yesterday by Civil Defense her husband and two sons water, dispenses, detergent
\ Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Parades some improvements
and Mrs. Jim R. Lee of Tallahassee Director Ray Chance. Ray and Ricky.
: and their children of I shoes which have suffered from automatical-
I
and their two children
) Ocala, spent the weekend with -. The new walks will preserve
-- -- -- -
The Simeral's had been friendf
I jMr. and Mrs. Gile Parades of I sand damp grass. You are asked ly.
of Mrs. Lee's prior to her mar- five Steps to a Lovely Lawn M
I! Lake Geneva. Mitchell and to use the Church parking
riage, when they lived in Green i' : lots. l


II III I Murrhee I i then Cove Miss Springs.Mickey Mrs.Fogarty Lee was the grounds.Early spring Studies is a conducted good time to by groom Heritage your 1 1s :: ''qiy I I

( I-KGAI. NOTICE
j school librarian.Mrs. House, which 'offers the homeowner conven SALE PRICED AT
r Insurance Agency j jI jII ience lawn products, have produced this

1 L. P. Porter and Miss simple five-step procedure which makes lawn- X O T I C R
Notice wa given; that the I
I Carolyn Koch of Miami tending easy and leaves you more time State Road Department would
BESAft] CARRY -r.ld p,' v 'par'! r 001 rn-
ADEQUATE aunt and cousin of Mrs. Glori for lawn-Jounging: ins the location and economic -
II NOT 1 Murrhee, spent last week visit effects: of Interstate Route 295 1,1, i $189.80 I
INSURANCE in Duval and Clav 'oun.ps in
50RRX1 1 ing the Murrhees. This week RAKE. Clear the lawn of the County Co"'mlj"ion.'r, >* P. nn'

i Glorias mother Mrs.: Franc I stones, twigs, and leaves r 1 j.the Dnval County CourtHouse fF
:; at lf3: a.m. E. S. T. un
Smih and her brother, Dewey II which have gathered over the "' tl': 2'th dav JI:1": 1963 J
1 See: RICHARD MURRHEE ::3 : Be;ause additional tim.i'<
Davis, from Macon, Ga., are I winter. : I needed to make additional <'o', -t-
tf Agent visiting the Richard Murrhees.I henefit-ratio studies' this H.ar- A\A sot X
in bps been cancelled and win
Phone 473-4786 s
I J M[ RE-SEED. Rake bare patches to he re- I"hf"dnled at a later date.
loosen the soil. Seed by hind if John R. Phillips

patches are small, cover lightly, Chairman State Road Department ..
and water. Use a spreader if 1 week "


I SAN LEBRYDO LUMBER CO. :I ':s.,,.;;.'.. feet bare across.areas are. more. than five LI-\L NOTICE : Y a{ MINI..ASHIVII'NI


MILL OX HIGHWAY 21 AT JIIDDLEBURG"WE NOURISH AND PROTECT. Fer- I.EG.\ OTICEOTU'r 1
tilizel And make sure your grassis :\ -: tx 71 .
not done in by enemies. A CLAY COl.NTV. PI.Olnn.I I ASH
.... special es"' ... Ae.. ,,. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I _
Heritage House product, I" that pursuant to Section 9 of
SPECIALIZE IN CUSTOM-CUT I "Weed Killer plus lawn Food .a Chapter 1826 LAWS of Florida

I EXTRA LENGTHS"KILN I does both jobs at once. Murphy Acts of land Act.1937.the In known Clay fallowing as County.,; described the-I r Yi 0 [m 0 c Will ill rnJ

I '" WATER. In general?, it's best to water Florida will be offered for sale
,,\\\ ,'/ ---.. heavily and Infrequently. Soak until at public outcry for the highest ;,
and best rash 'bH, stib'e< t i
.
/ I
"\,: water penetrates three to six Inches.
1 DRIED PINE & BUILDING MATERIALS to the right of the Trustee of
> "' ',.',.,...._ Don't water again until !the ground the Internal Improvement, Fund, '
.. to revert any and all bids at j'
:\\;1I. feels dry.There are exceptions for certain the front Court House dr, in I,

} Felt Sheet Rock Doors :: .. ', regions and types of grass. Green Cove Springs. bejrinnSnc; i i L.r .
at 10:00 a-m. on August 22, I'61.Outside j .
.... of municipalities -* J ;
i
I "'---"I'" 't /3 -- o''
f ment for road right of < yea%
t Fence Posts Molding Windows I MOW. Mowing schedule and feet wide will be reserved from j tW N

I' ting length also depend upon any an parcel existing through state; which road. As thereIs to I)I x >HNI-WASH SYST !1 1y'

t# Eave Drip Nails Cement gion, weather, and type of all lands tI edt one half of all .
In cutting to 1 petroleum three fourths of I "All 1- [ handwashables
temperate areas, cut-I other minerals will be reserved i normally :
j inches is usually t All fissionable material Is re-j jl'E'r'ed. delicate fabrics, lingcrfl
1' Plywood Shingles Mortar MIL \ : II o f "
Newly seeded areas should be Lot 8. Elk 31 "Keer stocking:,;jdnJ>
lowed to grow to 3 inches t.j Lot 13. Blk. 31 asbeif' automatics

cutting. ..o' yiLy .,...t.'.... ....."" ......Z Lot 15. Blk. 21 ,eral minlaiure
i Lot 11. Blk. 31 :; .Electric't dear fiiGE's
1 Lot 13 & 24, Blk. 32 8'y .
basket, .
TELEPHONE BUTLER 2.5272 i! Lot 4 & 5. Blk. 27 '' it works witb
Lot 6. 9. 13. & 24. Blk. 27 c1o system,::" frcmot
I
I I'i Lot 11, Blk. 27
Trustees of the Internal Improvement Far [ntbig 12-lb., food.?eq n
Fund of the State of Y
heavier octlom
'i washing ; -
-
"Accentuate the
.. Positive"Get Florida.by George L. Carlisle. Y two washrers one x

eft:: Jt Trustees Agent I. I. Fund
i Clay County Florida -'.
AS BEN FRANKLIN! SAID Publish once: July 18, 19(3 .;o f 2WashCycles

''. E NOBLEST QUESTION a great big piece of good, shady, country land LEGAL OTICE : -, .' 2-Wash Temperatures


I 1 IN THe WORLD! I is, With the old swimmiiig hole nearby .. .. Big 12-lb. Family Wash Capacity -

WHAT 6 OX.00MIT) MAY ; Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms. FOIKTII IV CinCfIT JII1ICI4I: COURT* CIRCUITOF :
,I FI.OUII Famous Activator Washing
See Us: for your Real Estate Needs CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA Action
/ ?
!. CII\>CKRr
:N.. 3673 O Filter-Flo System '

: S. E. McKAY\ a PIONEER corporation.PlaintKf FINANCE COMPANY, Detergent Dispenser

; I / F
I -a' Motfel
Keystone Heights Phone 473-4816 I EARL C. BLAMVand IRIS ET.AM.
.: his wife: RHEPPARD L. ELLISON WA852XGE
:I'I and NEALY E. ELLISON
I his wife.

\\h I :NOTICE defendant OF SUIT $228
1c TIIK STATE OF FI.OHIIIA
EARL C. ELAM, Ilidence Unknown -

:I FENCING BY HERCULES IRIS SLAM Residence Un

c j known.You are hereby notified that a 2-SPEED 2-CYCLE NOW $209,95
suit has been filed against! you
I in the above entitled cause: and
I that you are hereby required to

FREE file this your Court answer and-with to the serve Clerkof a AUTOMATIC CLOTHES DRYERS FROM $129.95

copy thereof upon the plaintiffor
plaintiffs attorney whose
tt SET OF CLOTHESLINE POLES name and address hI: ARTHURT
BOONE and WILLIAM C. TERMS UP TO 36 MONTHS
@)w. I\ I with purchase of 250 ft. or more of CHAIN LINKor GUTHRIE. JR. 192 Florida Title
Building. Jacksonville 2. Florida.
: REDWOOD Fence.SPECIAL. not later than August 19, A. D.

t 19C3.If yon fall to do so, decree FREE DELIVERY & INSTALLATIONS
Maybe this troubled world would be better if we'dall pro concfeaso: will be entered

ask ourselves this question occasionally.In I 1 against in you the for complaint.the relief demanded -
!
this age of specialization good educationis I for The the nature foreclosure of said of suit Mortgage being S 1 YEAR SERVICE

encumbering the following described
must for children alone with family I
our proper
a I t 4 FT. HIGH CHAIN LINK-60e PER FT. INSTALLED property situate In Clay
religions background. Look into education savingsfor County. Florida:
and (Gates and Terminals extra.) Lot 1C. Block 3. Section
children today.KEYSTONE. 19. RiDGEwoon DIVISION -
your of Orange Park.
s accordingto Plat recorded FULLERTON'S
FREE ESTIMATES In Deed Book"O"
page 6C3. Current
BONDED LICENSE_ INSURED Public Records Clay
STTE BANK Coontv. Florida.
WITNESS my hand and the
St. Augustine Phone VA 4-2182 seal of said Court at Green ,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS 281-9565 pAJUt"j
MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Cove Spring. Florida this 13th ORANGE
\'. THE FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY Jacksonville Phone FL 9-2422 day of July. A. D19<3.
(SEA.LGEORGE
WRITE: 8i!. Granada St. St. Augustine Fla. L. CARLISLE
Clerk of the Clrrult Court WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF APPLIANCESTHURSDAY
By Grace )(. Carlisle
11r Deputy Clerk


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1'1 Transferred By Military f County Commissioners9 Minutes I


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CLAY COUNTY. for a new Juvenile Shelter for Clay County and possibly the
GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA surrounding Counties.

July 8, 1963 I Upon motion of Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner

p X 9:00 o'clock a.m. Huntley and carried Mr. Gene Nell of Middteburs;:
Route was appointed member of the Appeal Board of Clay
The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County
County District No. 3 to replace Mr. Floyd Gnann who had
met in regular session in the County Commissioners Meeting
resigned. Motion by Commissioner Moody seconded by Commissioner -
_
Room in the Courthouse on the above time and date.
Green, and carried to appoint Mr. Shelby Hodso
The Chairman Honorable Luther E. Wilson. District
Daniels for
of Green Cove Springs to replace Mr. Jay District
No 1, called the meeting to order. Other members present
were No.5 to the Appeal Board. (Mr. Daniels had stated to Mr
Louis L. Huntley District No. 2, Marvin Green. District No. this ,
Moody that he could not accept the appointment to post
3, O. J. Murrhee District No. 4 and H. E. Moody, District No. 5. cheek
I Commissioner Huntley requested the Clerk to into the
At this time the Chairman introduced Reverend W. D. legality and see if it would be possible to reimburse the Appeal
Jones of Green Cove Springs who gave the invocation.The I Board Members for mileage for attending these meetings. as

yr ar.FM following monthly reports and letters were filed as I this is an Honorary appointment and no expense or salary
c ga public record. I! is authorized for these members.At .
fs
Monthly report of County Judge; re: Fine and this time Representative Sam Saunders appearedand
Forfeiture Fund. I discussed with the Board the recent session of the Legislature .

Monthly report of County Agent. I regarding any bills that were passed that would affect

Monthly report of Assistant County Agent. I Clay County.Dr. .

Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent.I A. Y. Covington Director of the Clay County Health
Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration : Unit appeared and presented to the Board his tentative Bud

Agent. i get for the 1963-64 year.

t1t t Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health. Mr. E. D. McCall, County Agent, gave a report on ,,1's:
Monthly report of District Director State Welfare -II year's attendance of Clay County's 4-H Camp activities which
f Department; re: County Indigent Funds. have recently been completed. Also Mr. McCall requested approval -
Monthly report of Director of Civil Defense, Clay of his attending the County Agents' Association National

County. Convention to be held in Minneapolis Minnesota this year on
Monthly report of Florida Division of Corrections; September 22 thru 26. 1963. Motion by Commissioner Huntley

re: Inspection of Clay County Jail. seconded by Commissioner Moody and carried the above request -
Copy of Letter of Resignation of the Clay County was approved.
Public Librarian, Mrs. Imogene E. Norwood.
Commissioner Moody requested County Road Superintendent -
j i1-- r r. Letter from the Bank of Orange Park, thanking,
to open a ditch which runs parallel to Randall Road
the Board of County Commissioners for their recent -
along the Buck Knowles property. Commissioner Moody reQuested -
action redesignating the Bank as a Deposi-
Capt. Robert van der Maaten who was recently grad- that the underbrush be cleared out of the ditch and
tory for part of the Board of County Commissioners -
uated from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces at Funds. within two feet of the Knowles fence. Commissioner Moody
t stated he would like to again make a motion that this work be
r Ft. Lesley J. llcNalrVashington, has been assigned to one Several members of the Board of the Clay County Pub- other residents
done due to the drainage problem facing in
-- --- -- ---- of the top Supply positions in the Navy. Capt. van der i lic Library were in attendance and discussed with the Boardof this area. After a discussion whereby Commissioner Murrhee

Maaten, a son of the Rev. Dr. and Airs. C. E. van der Maaten, County Commissioners their 1963-64 Budget fur the coming agreed for the Superintendent to do the work as long as it is

Lt. Col. William IL Crowell son of Mr. and l1rs.V.. of Green Cove, will have his headquarters at Sasebo, Japan, year. Mrs. Dorothy Robinson also presented,1 to. .the Board a on County property. Commissioner Green stated that he had
H. Crowell, of Green Cove, has been assigned to the Quarter- Service Quarterly Report outlining the past quarter's activities of the
as logistics officer on the staff of the commander, inspected this property over a year ago and thought that a
master Corps unit with the US Military Assistance Advisory Squadron Three, with responsibility for the support of fleet Public Library drainage pipe would solve the problem which was objected to
group in Vietnam. Formerly comptroller of the SchenectadyArmy and Naval stations in the Far East. A native of Missouri, Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Com- by Commissioner Moody. After a further discussion, Commissioner -
depot Col. Crowell has most recently been undergoing Captain van der Maaten entered the Navy in 1941. He had missioner Green and carried, Warranty Deed from, RichardM. I Green requested Commissioner Moody to discuss the
training at the Military Assistance Institute at Arlington been graduated four years earlier from Missouri Valley Col Watkins and wife. Ethel to Clay County was accepted matter with Mr. Buck Knowles and see if a solution couldbe
Va. A graduate Weslyan University, Middletown, lege. In 1951 the Navy sent him to Columbia University's for' road rights of way; re; The Florida Farmers Land Com- I arrived at to this problem. At the suggestion of the Chair-
Conn., he will In his new assignment work with the US school of business administration where he won a master's I pany Subdivision as recorded in Piat Book I, Page 49, Public man and with approval of Commissioner Moody, the Chair
Army-Navy-Air Force organization which is advising the degree in 1953. He has also attended the Navy Supply Schoolat Records of Clay County. I man advised that he would discuss this problem with Mr
Republic of Vietnam on training and the use of equipment. Harvard. j The Clerk presented a copy of the State Auditing De- Knowles .andrreport back to Mr. Moody. The Chairman advised
J ''partxnent's Audit Report No. 5725 to the Board at this time I that he would contact Mr. Knowles and see if he would donate
I regarding the account' of the Cross Florida Canal ,Navigation the right of way for the proposed secondary road to be built
District for the eight months period' ending September 30, along this road as now being suurveyed for construction. No
1962. second to Commissioner Moody's motion at this time.
, THE SNOWBALL' ROLLING !
HURRY After an examination by the Board and upon motion Motion by Commissioner Murrhee seconded by Com-

of Commissioner .Green seconded by Commissioner Murrhee, missioner Green, to adjourn and re-open as the Board of Equalization -
and carried, the Tax Collector's Error and Insolvence Reportwas for the 1963 Tax Roll.

i accepted and signed by all :Board Members in compliancewith Mrs. Louise Smith. Tax Assessor of Clay County pre-
TO YOUR Chapter 200.38 Florida Statutes. sented the Tax Roll for the Commissioners consideration. Mrs.

$ 5 000 The Clerk presented a letter and map from the Florida Smith discussed with the Board a letter from Mr. A. B. Davis,
State Road Department. reference to Section 71580 State
PUREOILDEALER 1 I' No. S-220 in Clay County. After a discussion. Commissioner Homestead Exemption. After a further discussion on the
Huntley requests that the County. Attorney prepare .Quit Claim whole roll as presented and no one in attendance to object to
X Deeds from ,Clay County, to 'the present ,owners adjoining the the Assessments motion was made by Commissioner Green
Old County Road -as' outlined In 'map, as received from The seconded by Commissioner Moody and carried, to approve the

WORTH OF F PRIZES I Road Department. rejection of nine homestead exemptions as rejected by the Tax
Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Com-, Assessor in copies of the letters dated June 25 1963. and filed

: missioner Green, and ,carried to approve the Rights of 'Way with the Board of County Commissioners regarding this Equalization
J JULY 18 1 : t' Contract Plat and Resolution as prepared by the Florida State I hearing. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded
: Road Department on Section 71508-2601. by Commissioner Huntley, and carried to accept the 1963 Tax

Motion by Commissioner Moody, seconded by Commis- Roll of the Assessor as presented.It .
1 .. sioner Huntley and carried the bills were approved and War- now being 12:00 o'clock noon, motion made by Commissioner -
19AND2O > rants ordered drawn in payment of same as will appear by I Moody seconded by Commissioner Green and carried -
Warrant Lists numbered 322 322-A and 322-B which lists are to recess until 1:30 pm. and for the Board to return at
A t hereby adopted as a part of these minutes as much so as this time so the Clerk of the Circuit Court could present his
., 2 coGETA"COOL'.G1FT if set out in full herein. % tentative Budget for the 1963-1964 year in compliance with
The Clerk at this time discuussed his recent letter to Chapter 129.03 (2).
the Sheriff regarding discharge fees paid to County prisoners The time now being 1:30 o'clock pm., the Chairman
upon their release and at this time requested the Commis- again called the meeting to order. The Clerk presented his
." GET ANOTHER sioners action in reference to Chapter 951.04 Florida Statutesof tentative Budget for 1963-64 year at this time in compliancewith
1961. After further discussion motion was made by Commis- Chapter 129.03 (2) F. 8. 1961. A discussion: was held on
Free 30-ounce Juice decanter with a 7-gaIlon f f sioner Murrhee seconded by Commissioner Green, with no each individual account of the Budget as presented. The Clerk
"COOL"GIFTFree i I F
fill-up of PURE Firebird Gasoline. objections to follow the Statute as outlined in Chapter 951.04 advised that he had not included in account No. 415 'Free
( Florida Statutes.At Labor) in the Road and Bridge Fund. $6.840.00 as salary for
Decanters available thru July 20 glasses case of Coca-Cola with 4-quart purchase
available thru August 31.) ; of High HP Purelube Motor Oil plus bottle this time Judge T. J. Rivers appeared and discussed two new employees as discussed previously by the Board. Also
deposit.. with the Board his tentative Budget for the 1963-64 year. that account No. 681 (Agriculture) in the General Fund was
Judge Rivers discussed with the Board each account as set $1,800.00 less than the Extension Service had requested, with
r up in his tentative Budget and gave an outline from past experience $1,200.00 of this amount deducted was for salary increase per
In the office why this amount was needed for car- discussion with the Board and County Agent. Also the Clerk
FRE* SNOWBALL rying on the functions of his office. advised that he had reduced account No. 834 In the Read
1
!
e.f f FREE The Chairman at this time appointed Mrs. Lillian and Bridge Fund (Equipment) from 28000.00 to $24.000.00)

I I IN J JULY i Binns to work with Commissioner Louis Huntley on future plans i per instructions of some members of the Board. '
"., Ballons Candy and After further discussion on the entire Budget, motion
I Get this plastlc-"'bloop" ball, just for stopping was made by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioners/j
in. No p purchaser. necessary1! The kidjwill Peanuts for the Kids! Green and carried with no objections, to approve the Clerk's

have great fun with it. While Supply lasts Tentative Budget for 1963-64 with the following exceptionsTo
"OUR SPECIAL THIS WEEK"
l reduce account No. 834 (Equipment) in Road and Bridgd.
Fund from 28000.00 to $24,000.00. Also to reduce account No.
316 in the Fine & Forfeiture Fund to 44160.00 which wood!:

FREE 3 Bedroom, Aluminum Siding, Car Port. be the same as the present year and to reduce account No. 3S4
to $17,100.00 which would remain the same as the present

Lot 100 x 132 $325.00 Cash down. year. Commissioner Murrhee stated that these two accounts

$5,000 WORTH: OF F "COOL" PRIZES I have increased each year since the Sheriff went on the Bud;:
Approximately $50.00 per month system in 1957 and that the other accounts in the Sheriffs
Budget request was justified but not these two and for ;h treason
1st Prize Philco 11.5 Foot Refrigerator Just stop in and fin out a registration well other
he was voting against them as as accountsin
2nd11 Prize Philco 8,500 BTU Air Con.
blank. Nothing to boy",
other Funds. Sheriff Hall requested that he be,advised by
3rd Prize Philco 14.6 Ft. Upright Freezer to write but
nothing your name
"ALSO OTHERS" letter so that he could appeal this action. The Clerk adt.sed
And 196 More! Ton can be a winner! with Chapter 30.49 8
(3
this would be done in compliance > F
HURRY! The Special Offers End July 20th! Homes ,from,$3,500.1 up. Waterfront Homes and Lot 1961. Sheriff HaH also requested a copy of the approved Bud-

Building Lots in city and county Acreage with Stocked cet.
:7 Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seceaded by Cc'-

: :J: :t Fire Up wifh Firebird Fish,,and Commercial and Industrial properties missioner Green a Resolution was adopted regarding Hospital |

Service for the Indigent.
f Motion by Commissioner Huetfey. seconded by Con

missioner Green, the Board adjourned to meet again in regula.-
SNOWBALL.Rolling i on Green Cove Keep Rolling with PURE i
session ,on the second Monday of August that being the 12"';;
WLDA T RUSSELLOffice
day of August 1963 at 9:00 o'clock ajn

L HODGES PURE :OIL' I -- STUDEBAKER GROCERY Luther Willson, .Chairman.

284-9481 ,, _Mchts' 281-310C. iAttest .\; > .:; ';., -
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1 : c -- Clerk- -
George'L. CarlQIatt'C1ouufn 1 e,






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(May County Crescent!
THURSDAY JULY 18, 1963 PAGE SEVENI



LEGAL NOTICE .
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTiCE LEGAL NOTICE

BIDS WANTEDThe
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR IN THE CLAY COUNTY
TAX DEEDS I will not be responsible for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Clay County Board of JUDGE'S COURT IX AND FOR
1S4.16 F. S. bills contracted by any other THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN than myself. I CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IX AXD Public Instruction will received IN RE- ESTATE OF JOSEPHINE
I that H. O. Toothaker the holder Helen N. Shaw FOR CLAY COUNTY D. WELKIN deceased..
of the following certificates has June 27 July 4. 11 & IS IX CHANCERY sealed bids until 8OC XOTICE OF INTENTION

:filed said certificates for a tax CASE XO. 3 74 ajn.. August 12. 1963 for approximately TO APPLY FOR, FINALDISCHARGE
deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers and years of LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF FORBCLOSLIIEPROCEEDINGS 200 auditoriumtype Notice is hereby '"gven that
Issuance the description of the I have filed my Final Report
property and the names in ELWOOD S. JOHNSON folding seats. These and petition for Final Discharge ..
which it was asse''.*i are as IX THE COURT OF THE Plaintiff. seats may be inspected from as Executor of the estate
IOCXY JUDGE "
follows: vs. of JOSHPHINE D. VOLKIN
i Certificate No. 92 CLAY COUXTY. FLORIDA" I CECIL C. JOHNSON and DALE 8:00: 'a.m.till 5:00 PJZL. at Deceased and tHat/on the 1st
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS Tear of Issuance June 1. 1981. IX PROBATE JOHNSON now DALE HILTONand the Clay -"County School day of August. 15"CJ will replyto
V 'I Description of Property Lot 11Elk. I. ret Estate *f LINNE DUNCAN L. R. HILTON the Honorable Thomas J.
13 Fleming Island Estate Deceased.To Defendants Oarage. Bids should be ad- Rivers. County Judge of Clay
SID Sec. 38, T. :). 5, R. E. 26E. all creditors and persons'THE STATE OF FLORIDA-to: County. Florida. for approval of
RALPH F F. INLET MARINAMERCURY ; Name In which assessed Annie having claims or demands CECIL C. JOHNSON E S I- dressed to the Clay County said Final Report and for final
Groves. against said estate: DENCE: 1230 South WashingtonAve. Board of Public Instruction discharge as Executor of said
n All of said property being in You and each of you are hereby .. El Dorao. Arkansas DALE estate.
l &:: ,JOHNSONENGINES the County of Clay State of notified and required to present JOHNSON now DALE HILTON Post Office Box 488. Green This ltn day of July 1913.Richard .
MILBERGEROrange Florida. any claims and demands RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN L. I C. GocMI
Unless such certificate or which you or either of you. may R. HILTON-RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN Cove Springs Florida. Executor
ertificates shall be redeemed have against the estate of LIN- Richard C. Gordie
& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATSEEZY4TRAILERS according to law the property lIiIE DUNCAN deceased late of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Attorney for the Estate
(next to bus station) described In such certificate or said County to the County that a Complaint to fore-
: certifIcates will be sold to the Judge of day County. FLorida.at close a certain mortgage on the LEGAL XOTICE
REFRIGERATIONAND highest bidder at the court house his office In the courthouseof following described real pro-

SALES ,& SERVICE door Month on the first Monday in said county at Green Cove perty located in Clay County. Pursuant to the provisions of Sec. %37.1:. Florida Statutes. Acts of
Of August 1963, whichIs Springs, Florida within six calendar Florida to-wit:
OUTBOARD: REPAIR the 5th day of August. 1963. months from the time of Lot 3. Block 10. GOLDEN 1911. as amended by Sec. 8. cf Chapter 22839. Laws of Florida Acts
AIR :
CONDITIONINGService Dated this lal day of July he first publication of this no- GATE MANOR in the Cityof of 1945 Notice is hereby given that public hearing shall be held by

Hwy. 17 Orange 963.SEAL) tice.in Each writing claim and or shall demand state shallbe the Green or Cove plat Springs.recordedin as the Board of Public Instruction of Clay County. Florida, on Thurs

Home Phone S84-078O George L. Carlisle p Lace of residence and post office per Plat map Book 2 at page 59 daTe July 25, 1963. at the hour of 10:00 a.m. in the Board Meeting,
Business Phone 284-9581 Phone CO 4-9835 Clerk of Circuit Court of Address of the claimant. of the Public records of Room in Green Cove Springs Flcrida for the purpose of discussingwith
Clay County. Florida and Shall be sworn to by the
July 4 Clay County Florida. the citizens of Clay County the proposed school budget of
11. 18. & 25 claimant his/her agent or attorney has been filed against you and
INSURANCE and any such claim or you are required to serve a said county for the fiscal year beginning July 1. 196, and ending

AGIN'SRefrigeration I LEGAL NOTICE demand not so filed shall be copy of your answer or pleadIng June 30. 1964. which budget Is summarized as follows:
void. to the said Complaint upon PART I. Budget for
T. J. Jennings Jr. the Support and Maintenance of Schools:
Plaintiff's attorney JENNINGS. -
As executor of the _Last Will .--JRi P. O. B xTi'li. Green SECTION I. Assessements and Tax Levies
IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOrIST.INAJ6D and *%Testament'of. LINNIEDUNCAN Cove Springs Florida and file 1. Assessed value of property in county. Non-exempt | I&.tOt.lt5.'O
) And AlP FORI ,, deceased. the original answer or pleadingin %. Tax levies
---- -. CLAY'.COn. 'rY.. FLOIUDA June27. -July 4, .11.&: 18. the office of the Clerk of on non-exempt property
ConditioningSERVICE File .. (Mills)
>
603
ATIONWID the Circuit Court of Clay County.
IN RE: ESTATE OF Florida on or before the 19th CO. DIST.a .

LILA DECEASED.TAYLOR COLLINS. LEGAL NOTICE day of August A. D. 1963. or a I ( ) Support and Maintenance 10 10
decree pro confesso will be entered -
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo against you. This notice (b) Special Services 0 0
Chrysler Atrtmp Sales all creditors and all persons IX THE COURT OF THE shall be published once each (c) Debt Service S 0
HERMAN E. REED having claims or demand against COUXTY JUDGE week for four consecutive weeks
Authorized Philco said estate: .. CL.C01,;! TY. FLORIDA.IX In the Clay County Crescent of (d) Building and Bus Reserve 0 9
Service 400 W. Wain at St. You and each of you 'are ,PROBATE Green Cove Springs. Florida. Total mills on non-exempt _

hereby 'notified and required to I In re:v Estate of. Ella S, Buzatt WITNESS my hand and the property .. .......... .... 10 10
Day Ph. 284-368O Phone 284-6721 present any claims and demands Deceased.TO seal of said Court at Green Cove
3. :Mills
which you or either of you. may ALL CREDITORS AXD Springs Florida this 17th day on homesteads for debt service 0
Night 284-3493 Green Cove SpringsTHE have against the estate of Lila PERSON HAVING CLAIMS OR of July A.D. 1963. SECTION IlL Anticipated Receipts and Bakan e|
Taylor Collins deceased. late of DEMANDS AGAINST SAID (SEAL) Federal Sources
8. Palmetto Clay County Florida. to the ESTATE GEORGE L. 'CARLISLE'
Green lJ<....e Springs { }.Hon. Thomas J. Rivers. County ;You and each of you are here. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Acct. Nos. 1110.1150 ............ .... ..,.. ..... $ o.OO
INDEPENDENT Judge of Clay County in the by notified and ,required to present COURT OF CLAY State Sources

I AND Cove County Courthouse in Green. any claims and demands COUNTY. FLORIDA Acct. Nos. 1201-1232 ....... .. ......... ...... 'I.D'.170.
Springs. which either of
Clay County. Florida
you. or you may July 18. 25. Aug. 1. & 8
UPHOLSTERING ACCIDENT INSURANCE within six months from have against/ the estate of EllaS. Local Sources

the date of the first publicationof Buzatt. deceased late of said Acct.. Nos. 1310-1370 ..... .................... 444.788.00
For Your Insurance '- this notce. County the County Judge of LEGAL NOTICE
FREE ESTIMATESALL Each claim or demand must be Clay County, Florida, at his
Needs Contact:' ,in writing: and must state the office in the court house:, of, saidCounty Tctal Receipts and Transfers .. ... .... 1.C73.058.00

place.of residence and postoffice at Green Cove Springs Cash Balance at Beginning of ... .. .
GUARANTEED IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF year 184.258.00
WORK
E. BRADFORD PYRE address of the claimant and must Florida. within six calendar
be sworn to by the claimant months from the time of the THE FOLRTH JUDICIAL Investments ...... ........... .... ...... ... 94,392.00
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY Rt. 2. Box 47 his agent or his attorney, or i It first publication of this notice. CIRCUIT IX AXD FORCLAY

will "become void According to Two copies of ea.chclaim- or COUNTY FLORIDA Total Receipts. transfers & balances ......
law IX CHANCERY $ l.f51.70'.00
demand shall be In writing and
Green Cove Springs "
Each creditor shall deliver shall stateathe place of residence XO. 3833' SECTION IV. Appropriations:
Phone 284-3859 sufficient copies of his claim to and post office address of the FULTON SAVINGS BANK Administration

Archie PadgettOn mail enable the County Judge to claimant and shall be sworn toby KINGS COUNTY a corporation. Acct. Nos. 2110-2130 .........._................ 54,086.00
one to each
his
If Long Distance Call personal repre. the claImant. agent or Plaintiffvs.
Kingsley Ave. Just sentatlr. attorney and accompanied by a InstructionAcct.

East of Hwy. 17 Dated July 8. A. D. 1963. filing fee of one dollar and CHARLES L. ABBEY and BEVERLY Nos. 2210-2270 ..............::............. 1.217.687.00
Patricia Collins Cowdery such claim or demand not so ..1. ABBEY. his Wife.
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 ELECTRICALAtlas Nancy Collins Bruce filed shall be void. ,Defandajits, Operation of Plant y
As Executrices of the Last Will Carol Ann Eaton Acct. Nos. 2310-2360 ........................... 103.800.00
Orange Park Fla.PAUL'S and Testament of Lila Taylor & J. C. Sapp NOTICE OF SUIT Maintenance of Plant .
Collin, Deceased. As Co-executors of the Last Will TO: Charles 1. Abbey and Beverly -
Electric & \ Marks Gray. Yates. Conroy & and Testament of Ella S. Buzatt. A. Abbey his wife. Acct. No. 2400 ....:..........,................ 67.000.00
Gibbs. deceased. c/O Mr. Luther Abbey Auxiliary Service

CompanyWe Attorney. for the Estate. July 4. 11. 15. &: 25 228- Bridge Street Acct. Nos. 2510-2540 .......'.................... 107,500.00
221 E. Forsyth ,st.. > Carping New York '
Jacksonville 1. Florida You, Charles L. Abbey and Fixed Charges
do all type of July 11, 18. 25. Aug.. I'. LKQAI .NOTICE' > ;, Beverly A. Abbey are hereby Acct. NeB. 2610-2660 ..............._........... 32500.00
All Legal Beverage wiring. notified that a complaint to Capital Outlay
foreclose a certain mortgage on
Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. LEGAL NOTICE IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the following described real property Acct. Nos. 2810-2850 ................. .......... 124.166.00
RAY SHIPP THE FOURTH JUDICIAL to-wit: Debt Service

buys Corntj Lin Owner and Manager CIRCUIT OP'" THE. Lot BROOK.18 Block Unit 1 3.according:MEADOW-to Acct. Nos. 2910-2962 ................. .......... I4,2H.I
NOTICE' OF 'AFPICATIOX1FOR STATE IN AND
rOPFLORIDA' _
recorded IN FlatBook Remittance to other counties
:TAX .DEED '. FOR CLAY. plat thereof
COUXTYr FLORIDA,
North of Oraage Park Phone 284.9228iT0N1TYkN08k50fl IX CHANCERY 6. pages 7 and 8 of the Acct. Nos. 3010-3039 .......... .................. 8.346.00
See. 194.19 F. S. records of
current public
NO. :J86.I Outgoing Transfers
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Clay County. Florida.
that H. O. Toothaker the holderof ORDER RULE TO SHOW NISI CAUSE has been filed against you and Acct. Nos. 3120-3140 .. ................ ....... 35.020.00
the following certificates has NOTICECITY you are required to serve copy:

I filed said certificates for a tax OF GREEN COVE of your answer or the pleading plaintiff: to Total Appropriations & Transfers . ... $1,884.319.00
deed to be issued thereon. The the complaint on .
certificate numbers and years of SPRINGS tion of Florida.a municipal corpora- attorneys. :Marks Gray, Yates. Reserves & Balances at Close of year. .. 117,389.00
issuance, the description of the Conroy & Gibbs. 231 E. Forsyth
Petitioner.
property. and the names in Street. Jacksonville Florida
---- -- which is was assessed are as THE STATE OF vs.FLORIDA. and and fiLe the original answer or Total Appropriation, transfers and Reserves 1,951,708.00
follows: the taxpayers. property I I pleading in the office of the PART II. District Bond Interest and Sinking Fund Budget
owners
FOR SALE i FOR RENT Certificate No. 95 and citizens of the City of Green Clerk of the Circuit Court iN SECTION 1. Anticipated Receipts

\ Year of Issuance June 1. 1961 Cove Springs, Florida including and Or for before Clay the County 29th Floridaon day of. District No. 1 Transfer from Part L, Sec. 4.
Description of Property Lot non-residents
FOR SALE 4 bedroom 19 & 20 Blk. 14 A Fleming Island Or subject to owning taxation therein.property; July 1963. If you fail to do so. S & /M Budget .. ..... .......... .... .... 39,020.00
be
RENT Nice will
FOR 2
: Estate SID Sec. 38. T. 8.'i. Defendants. judgment by default relief Cash Balance at Beginning of Year ... .... .. ... 1.00-
the
house Elsie Street Hilltop house newly painted inside R. E. 26E. To the State of Florida and taken against you for .t.
demanded in the complaint.This ".
Section call 284-3860. out, reasonable l large, yard .11&i!. : O.Name Johnson.in which assessed Helen the taxpayers.several citizens property and owners others, notice shall be publishedonce Total Receipts, and Balances ?...!............. 29021.00

25-tfc pliances furnished Call : All of said property being Inthe having -or claiming any right each weeks week in The for CLaY four consecutive Coun-- SECTION IL Appropriations f
(
.
County of ClayState.. .of title or Interest .property to ty Crescent. District No. 1. Acct. Nos. 2640-2963 ................. 29,021.00
Farms, 5298211. Florida. be affected! by the issuance ofthe
bed house Unless such certrficate or certificates hereinafter men- DONE AND ORDERED at Cash Balances at Close of Year ... .................. ....
FOR SALE: <4< room Green: Cove Springs. Florida
certificates shall be redeemed tioned or to be affected fn-::any
for sale. 2 tiring kitchen according to law the this 20th day of June. 1963.
room I I described In such certificate property or way The thereby above :oau. omlng<-e4i- lobe (SEAL) Total Appropriations and Balances ............ 29,021.00
FOR RENT 6
dining room. 1 block : room certificates will be sold to the h card upon petition filed George L. Carlisle! PART III. Bond Construction Fund Budget

from postoff ice, .require .at partially furnished. 2 'highest bidder a-t .the courthouse herein July 1st. 1963. by the Clerk.Clay County.Circuit FloridaBY Court SECTION I. Anticipated Receipts and Balances:
door the first.
on Monday City of Green Cove Springs a
Chesser Motors. rooms 2 enclosed porches in Month! of August. 196. political subdivision; and municipal : Grace M. Carlisle Receipts and Transfers

which is the 5th day of August corporation In the Countyof rune 27. July 4. 11. 18. 1963. Acct. Nos. 1160-1610 ... .. ........ ... ... .. 2 .....00

ing room dining room 1963. Clay and State of Florda. act Cash Balance at Beginning of Year ........."........ .. 2..11..1
FOR SALE: Two narrow rim kitchen. 5 miles south Dated this 1st day of July ing by and through its City
LEGAL NOTICE
1963. Commission seeking to deter-
26" bicycle tires and tubes. Ex. Cove on Hwy 17. Call (SEAL) mine the authority of said Cityto Total Receipts transfers and balances ... ...... 46,6lfl

cellent condition. Phone 284- George L. Carlisle issue Water and Electric SECTION II. Appropriaticns. transfers and balance
:
after 4:30 /
p.m. JITDGE'SCOURT
Clerk of Circuit Court of Revenue Certificates in the IN THE COUNTY
3166. Clay County Florida amount of $775,000 payable Hf AND FOR Acct. Nos. 2123-3110 ....... .. ....... .... ..... .. 46.611.91

July 4. 11.. 18. & 25 ifrom the net revenues derived CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA Cash Balance: at end of year .. .... ......... ,.... .... 0.00
from the operation of the combined N.. 4-I
FOR SALE: KroydonTommjBolt FOR RENT- : 3-room waterworks and electric IN RE: ESTATE OP OSCAR C.
LEGALSOTICE system and from the proceeds of JOHNSON. Dreaded. Total Appropriations transfers & baton** ...... 46,611.91
Championship Golf Clubs apt. at 100 West St. $50 a cigarette lax. for the purposeof NOTICE OF FILING FINALRETURN signed:

1 dozen goll and water. rhone IX THE COURT OF paying the cost of acquiringthe AXD PETITIOX FOR
Bag and cart. lights TilE COUNTY: JUDGE properties comprising the APPROVAL OF RETURN AND Jack Wilkinson, Chairman

balls. New. Contact Ilolcomb. 284-3213. CLAY COU>TY. FLORIDA deactivated United. States naval FOR .ORDER OF DI CHARjGEOF Board of Public InstructionClay
IX PROBATE station at Green Cove Springs EXECUTRIX County Florida
Fleet Reserve Club. 284-9123 more particularly described in XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
In re: Estate of PHILIP AMARATO Senate Bill No. 679. effective that 'have filed my final returnas \ttest:
7-11 ALL CREDITORS AND May 14. 1963. and to determinethe Executrix of the :Last Will Hlrrls C. Long.. Superintendent and Secretary
'A."rED-AII old U. S. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR legality of the proceedings and Testament and First Second Beard of public Instruction
SELL OR TRADE: Several DEMANDS AG.\I.-\ST SAID had and taken preliminary to and Third Codicils of Oscar C.
for
cash one or ,
I Pay ESTATE
and in connection therewith and Johnson deceased therein requesting Clay County. Florida
good used cars, utility trailer Phone 284-9517.' You and each of you are here seeking a decree of this Court approval of the return July' 1J 1-3S*
electric I by notified and required to pre validate and confirm the pro- and order of discharge; and after -
rototiller :
power mowers sent any claims and demands ceedings for said certificatesand publication of this notice
refrigerator 40" gas stove. which you or either of you. said certificates when issued once each -week FOR SALE: Two fine pure may have against the estate of pursuant thereto. and raid' secutive weeks I will apply to i' I : '
singer electric sewing machineT. I Jersey milk cows. For PHILIP AMARA. deceased late petition now having been pre- the Honorable Judge of the
water 15" tires of said County to the County sented to this Court and the County .lud e.s Court in and
V., pumP. tion phone 284-6292. Judge of Clay County. Florida. Court being fully advised in the for Clay County. Florida. for
and wheels. Ph. 284-9335 at his office in the court house premises: I approval of said final return
of said County of Green Cove IT IS ORDERED ADJUDGEDAND and for an order of final dIscharge -
Sprinsrs Florida within six DECREED that the Stateof as Executrix of the LastWill
calendar months from the timeof Florida through the State and Testament and First,
the first publication of this Attorney of the Fourth Judicial Second and Third Codicils of
notice. Two copies of each claimOr Circuit of Florida. and the several -I Oscar C. .Johnson deceased.
demand shall be In writing property owners taxpayers. Dated: July 2, 1963.
COMPLETE I and shall state the place of residence citizens and others having or. HELEN J. BROWN
and post office addressof claiming any nsTht title or Interest As Executrix of the Last Will
the claimant and shall be in property to be affect and Testament and First. Second
sworn to by the claimant agent ed by said issuance of certifi- and Third Codicils of Oscar C
or attorney and accompanied by cates or to be affected In any Johnson deceased.
a filing fee of one dollar and way thereby.. be and they are July 4, 11., 18. ,& ?3LEGAL
such claim demand '
or not so each herebY' required to show
filed shall' be void.SHELEN cause if any there be beffore
AMARA this let day of
: As Executrix of the Last WIll. August.un63nalthe o'clock a.nw NOTICE
and Testament of PHILIP at the Courthouse in Green Cove
AMARA... deceased.T Springs. Florida why the prayerof
IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
J. Jennings. Jr.
said petition should not be
Attorney for Executrix granted and Why the proceedings CLAY. ,COUNTY, FLORIDA -
July 11. 18. 25. & Aug. 1 1963 for said certificates and !. CHANCERY
said certificates when issued XO. 3CC5
pursuant thereto should not be Leo J.
LEGAL NOTICE
validated and confirmed as Paige.plaintiff
therein proved. vs.
CRESCENT PRESS, INC IX TilE COrXTY JUDGE'S AND IT JS FURTHER ORr. Alice B. Paige.
COURT OF CLAY COUNTY.FLORIDA DERED. ADJUDGED AND- DECREED Defendant
that the Clerk of this
OF SUIT:
I. Pr.k ate"" NOTICE
Court be and he Is hereby required -.
Phone 284-3166 >.. TT to give notice of such THE STATlT'o'F "FLORIDA-
In reEstate of HERBERT. hearing by causing a copy of TO: Alice B. Paige
FINCH deceased. this order and rule nisi to be Residence Unknown
ll"I NOTICE OF FILING FIXALRETLRX. published in the Clay County TOt ARE HEREBY NOTI
AND OF PETITIOX Crescent. a newspaper published FLED that a suit baa been filed
I ll FOR. ORDER OF In Mid County and general against you in the above entitled -
AREA BUSINESS i clISTRIBUTIOX AND OF circulation In said City once cause and you are hereby
,. : FIXAL DISCHARGE eac'h week for at least three required to serve upon plaintiffs IN FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN consecutive weeks prior to said attorney whose name and

lltlllllllllllll11111111:1r- - .. -,. that we have filed our final return 1st day of August 1963. the address appear ereon. yon
as Executor at the Last first publication to be at least written defenses if any to the BEER IS A NATURALfrom
Will and Testament of HER- eighteen days prior to said date. bill of complaint in said suit
rURXITURE ORPtJGISTSEASTERL1XG BERT FINCH deceased. therein AND" IT IS FURTHER OR copy of which is delivered to
requesting Approval of the return DERED. ADJUDGED AND DE- you herewith. on or before
Am BASK .FURNITUBB. .(,"Q an order of distribution CREED that by such publication August S A. D. 19C3. nature's light grain comes sparkfing light boors .'.
and an order of final dlscharg of this eider and rule .alsi u..1nfaII not or decree pro
Fine Furniture After publication of this notice all property owners taxpayer, confesso will be entered against Florida's traditional beverage of moderation...ft"1 light

Carpeting Appliance once. each week."(or four conse citizens and others having or you for the relief prayed In sparkling delicious.
cutiveweek will apply 1 t. claiming any rtl 1t. title or the bill of compla.tnt.
Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription the Judge of th..e t Judge interest hi' said city' or THE NATURE X5F" SAID SUIT And naturally, the Brewing Industry In Florida Is proud of
5053 Roosevelt Blvd. Court In and for Clay COunty.: the property therein shall be BEING FOR Divorce.
Florida. for approval of Ml Idftnal' and personally served .with proparties (SEAL) the more than$27,820,935 it contributes in tazes to the siste\
Jacksonville EV 34611.JRAILERft CompleteCosmetic" ; return. for an order of dIstribution defendant. .thi*. proceeding WITNESS my ,hand and the "of Florida each year .money that h.lps'su'pport pur
of remaining assets of and that this Court seal of said Court at Green
Camera* the estate and for an order of shall lave jurisdiction of themto Cove Springs Florida this lat schools, our hospitals, and our roads.,In Florida, beer.belongs
. .C 1'F a ftea].discharge ** executors OIl the same extent. as If. named day. of July A. D. 1 <3.OBOROB -t -,"" .* *. ,
Pacemakers and Peerlee the Last Will and Testament of as defendants In -said petition 1* CARLISLE M*enjoy iL
Pharmaceutical Herbert Finch. deceased. and personally served with proCesS Clerk Circuit Court
.. Air Stream for Travel Dated: July 2, 19C3. In this cause. By Vivian H. Sohm
fused Trailers-Bank Financial Is, Walter D. Finch DONE AND ORDERED at Deputy Clerk UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, It<<:.
/Adelaide Finch RoylAM Jacksonville Florida this 1st Jennings & Norton
11 6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2 07 1 !Bhad1ngB1v4.,1 Executors oZ the Last "Will day of July 1963. Attorney for Plaintiff. .
.C3T8 MOBILE TTOME8: THC and Testament of Herbert Finch. m /John. M. .IfcXaU . P. .O..Boz.312. !<;'* fLORiDA DIVISION, ;
Jack.oavlflm EY .-. dec d. Circuit Judge Green Cove Springs Florida
KV8-A578 July 4. 11. 11. & 25 July 4. II. IS July 4. 11. 1$. 25
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