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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 25, 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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SPRINGS THURSDAY JULY 25 1963 10 GENTS P Y
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t $2.6 Million County q I Guardsmen To Move Thru Co. I Board Votes To ,;;;\


Close to 500 military vehicles of all kinds are scheduled to

move through the County this week-end in two huge convoys. ? J11'
ScheduledBudgets -
j Budget They will comprise part of the Florida National Guard en routeto

Ft. Stewart, Ga., for annual maneuvers and field training. -

totaling approximately $2,600,000 for County activi- Guardsmen from the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale-West Palm Continue Prayers.; : Y

ties and education were being finalized this week.: Beach-Ft. Pierce-Cocoa-Daytona areas, will travel tomorrow and

the next day, in units of 20 vehicles, to St. Augustine and thereto
An increase of approximately 460,000 in the County Commis-
the St. Johns River Bridge and across the County to Blanding
sioners' will increase the millage 1.09 when the new
expenditures
where they will rendevous before moving on to Ft. Stewart. -'jt.\\.,...:,
budget into effect Oct. 1.
goes This is to total 300 vehicles, including heavy
The school board budget, totaling more than $2,000,000 '. group expected In Public Schools

or approximately $417 for each student enrolled in the County's artillery.
Another convoy, of approximately 150 or more vehicles, will
public schools stands at its statutory limit. The current and
from the OrlandoLeesburgEustisDeLandPalatka -
proposed budgets for the schools: levy 20 mills on the tax- transport guardsmen
areas. Its route will be from PalatLa .to Keystone
payers and the State contributes close to four times the amount
Heights and up Blanding Boulevard on Saturday. | I
paid locally in taxes.
Officials of the American Automobile Association said the
George L. Carlisle, clerk to the Board of County Commis- I
best way for motorists to contend with the convoys is to attempt
sioners, pointed out that the increase in millage might have
either to travel with them or to find an alernate route which
been triple the 1.09 (a mill in taxes is counted at approximately
with the movement.The .
military
conflict
does not
the fact that his office
$22,000 in expenditures) but for was
guardsmen will make the return trip August 10 to 12-
able to show. a balance at the end of the year of more than
The convoys will be moving at a standard speed of 32 miles

$80,000. hour and will make rest stops every two hours after the
The school board budget, on which hearings are to be held per
first hour of travel each day they are on the road. Distance be-
today totals $2,027,340. Of this amount, approximately $30,000is
tween trucks and other units is to be maintained as near 100
ear-marked for the interest and sinking fund and another
will travel well ahead of the
Advance parties
feet possible.
$46,600 for the bond construction fund. Of the total, less than as
and will direct traffic ,at all main crossings.
t $415,000, or 22 per cent, is paid by local taxpayers. The. balance convoys I

comes from State funds.

The millage increases to 32.4433 for the coming year Is, in Consenation Awards To Be SelectedThe

large part, accounted for by a raise in the road and bridge fund

which includes $24,000 for the replacement of eight trucks. An-
selec- their normal duties.
commitee for the
t 'other increase is shoyn in the fine and forfeiture fund which indicates -
in the office of the tion of award winners in the will
a rise of approximately $7,000 county County Award winners

judge. Total funds allocated: to this office for the coming year Conservation Fund Awards not be announced until the .F

the office has been Program has been chosen. The chosen. If rx: r.a
are approximately $20,000. Heretofore, operated state winners are a

largely on a fee system. In the coming fiscal year, fees program is sponsored by the county winner gets a state

i collected by the county judge will be payable to the County. It Sears Roebuck Foundation under award, another county win-

is believed that these fees will more than compensate for the the auspices of the Florida ner will be chosen. No one

additional budgeted funds.Adalns Wildlife Federation. will receive a county and a .

,Chairman lor the count state award. *-
'
awards committee is Allen I*. Awards will be given in the
CLAY COUNTY BUYS
If Alerts Lastinger County Soil Conser following categories: Outstanding -
MORE SAVINGS BONDS
I vation Agent. Members arc Conservationist; Adult

Notaries PublicFlorida's The sale of E and H U. S.I I I Mickey Murray, George Carlisle Guidance of t Jr. Conservation Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread

Savings Bonds is on the rise In E. D. McCall, L. J. Bar- Effort; Local' education pro- .

Clay County During the past rie, P. L. Williamson and
70,000 notaries pub- six months period $48,001.00 Charles Knight, Jr. gram with outstanding con- Reading of the Bible and recitation of prayers will be con- The Rev. Walter T. Pearcy. a retired Presbyterian ministernow

s lic will have to be absolutely' worth of bonds were sold as All nominations for awardsare servation teaching program; tinued In the County schools in defiance of recent Supreme living In Green Cove, said "while we must take heed to the

,j honest in certifying documents compared to $41,048.00 for the to be considered only 'on Outstanding Boy Scout Girl Court decisions banning such acts as unconstitutional.At Supreme Court's ruling, the door Is still open to a study of the

after September 1 or face a same six monhs period last the basis of achievements Scout, F. F. A. or 4-H Conser- its July meeting the County Board of Public Instruction Bible as literature either Hebrew or Elizabethan. The entire
possible penalty of up to five hope for the cotinuance of American civilization and morals +
year.However active "above and beyond" vationist; Forestry Award; Soil resolved that "for the reason that the right to read the Holy lies within the of "
\ years In jail and a $5,000 fine statewide sales were scope organized religion.
when the new law regulating down. During the present six during the 1962.period Effort beginning will be Conservation; Game and'F 'es1: Bible and the right to pray for divine guidance was the hope of Mr. Pearcy. who was, for many years, associated with the

notaries goes Into effect. moths period sales'for the State August 1, Water Fish Program; Salt Water -. the patriots who served,our course it (Bible reading, etc.) Rev. Dr. Roy Ewing Vale, former minister of the Tabernacle
.
) Secretary of State Tom Adams ;oT FlOrtd;'ere' (8.2I1.237.0C. made to distinguish doing" conservationwork between Conservation f'News,'tm ia. "Is.] .r erehxjDnJered,; ixmt.niied-,..,r+ --. ....-..-. '. .."' .- .. & eriattCmirch of Indianapolis and onetime moderator of

,. alerting an of "the state' as compared to 8427640.00 nominees in the course of their reg- contributing most to consenrsU. The,'ruling. 'won- the strong' approval of a' cross-section- of the"II Iced 'Presbyterian Church. USA...caid Jie favored Bible

:, notaries to the law, passed by>> I for the past year. ular jobs and those who are tion. clergymen In the County, though there was some difference reading in public schools. achieved as literature.The .
i pointed 1 Rev. Jack Hall pastor of the Russell Baptist Church
the 1063 Legislature i among them as to ,how it should be done.' .
;it that a notary who falsely, NEW BAPTIST PARSONAGE{ IN O. P. I said "I: feel that It is a great thing and that It Is the thing that

fraudulently notarizes a doc- The Rev. Gene McCullough pastor of the First Baptist should be done by school'boards not only In Clay County but

jment henceforth will be guilty Church of Orange Park, said that while he very strongly favored throughout the United States. We should not forget the basic

,:# of a felony and subject ama'gJTntim the principle of the separation of the church and state such principles upon which this nation was founded.

The Rev. Gordon N. Craig, minister of the First Methodist
term of five
prison federal interference in what public schools teach might, in time,
to $5,000 Church in Green Cove sald.The:' Board of Public Instruction of
t years plus a fine of up a foot-in-the-door to further
___ prove interference. Clay Couty Is to be commended in its attempt to maintain the
f Failure to require reasoable :7t: ; : : "Who knows," Mr. McCullough Asked "Whether this
ruling tradition of Bible reading and the use of the Lord's Prayer at E

,prool'ot' the Identity'* of the might not fonnthe basis of a ruling that the federal govern- the opening of the school day. The recent resolution reflects

person whose t1G5< is being: ment would not support chaplains in our military forces?" the feeling of the majority of the people in this communityThe .
notarized cons: ar misc'e-
', 4' The Rev. C. E. van der Maaten, retired minister of the First real responsibility however for the religious instruction -
meanor 'unde lawAdams
M Presbyterian Church of Green Cove, observed that though a of our children rests with the home and the church. Prayer,
"said.Ignorance. '! :,
10 ." Florida statute specifically permits the reading of the Bible in parent and practiced by the parent. The teaching of religionIs

cj jSlfe| | | Of iji- r public schoo$the Supreme Court's ruling now invalidates this. the job of the church. The church must educate adults and

tent.to del rmlppPnVi'i''.: polarizing Furthermore, Mr. van der Maaten said be believed that all children and this task cannot be given to others.'

_' a document is no de-I < persons should abide by the law of the land. On the other The Rev. Robert J. Sudlow, Rector of St. Marys Episcopal
.
-" '>>
fense. The new law requires : ? : "- :f:: hand, he said the structure of Western civilization Is foundedon Church in Green Cove said "I am In favor of the resolutionand
,
that a notary public have proofof i La. .. .::.d"'"2,2g,' ...$ t .t1II ii T o t,X'aia'P'.A'I ; 'IJ ,'1.''Z. '" the precepts of Christianity. think that the school board is taking the right step."
identity in all signatures be- I
ing notarized. I This handsome 3-bedroom residence at 2C05 Elbow Road, Orange Park, has been acquiredby The King James version of the Bible contains the most
Rev. Gene McCullough, beautiful literature in the English language,' Mr. der GCS FAMILY FROLICSTO
Church of Orange Park a s a parsonage and the van
Deliberately notarizing false the First Baptist moved in this week. if it is to have meaning for a child, must be learned from the wavy To SellConvertible BE HELD LABOR DAY
information constitutes fel- pastor, and his family
a at 217 Stowe avenue has been purchased by the Orange Park Maaten said "and I don't see how anyone could take exceptionto The Green Cove SpringsFamily
only, and Ignorantly notarizinga The church's former parsonage I ,
false document is a mis- Methodist Church and will be used for various! activities of the church. its being read or taught as literature. From will be held on

demeanor under the new regulation Clay County was attracting Immigrants -I Labor Days the city park with ':
that
Adams explained. I Safety experts estimate I even at this early opening ceremonies beginningat
? NonExactly
Children 1914
( ) r
Teach
Taxpayerspig I
Notaries public are appointedby more than 60,000 children win The 1963 white Chrysler. 1 p. m.

the Governor and commis- be hurt or killed on the way I date.While all the other states are Newport convertible used by Mrs Jack S am. president }I
Rules I {coming 100 years ago. in the wether the pig squealed a the Navy Aviation Officer said that there will be horse '
sioned by the Secretary of Safety to school during the having their centennials andso
midst of the Civil War Clay rebel yell or was a wandering Procurement team from Jack-
State. Some 15,000 new commissions year. This tragic loss could be forth. Clay County can remember back riding swimming meets,
and recommissions are Fifty million youngsters will' made County was a no-man's land yankee Import.Reconstruction. that it had some pret- sonville is being sold to make fire engine rides and games
lessened if children were between the Union and Confed-
made annually. soon be answering the call of posed very ty interesting times too. way for a 1964 model. for young and old, cokes, hot
existingIn erate forces subjected to raids
the school bell and returningto aware of the dangers few problems for Clay County In January of this year each dogs. snowballs, fish fry din-

classrooms all over the, their daily walk to school. by the former and overrun by probably due to the relatively station in the Naval Air Re- ner, street dancing and fIre-
RUstate Safety Crusade'asks Irregular cavalry of the latter. COUNTY SERVICEMAN
The small serve Training Command received works.
population of the County.
country. In the last year of the war the
ASSIGNED TO
t Duncan Groner. editorof Crusade that all parents explain In 1860, the total populationof one of these convertibles The next planning session
The Allstate Safety Federals maintained a garrisonat ADVISORY GROUP
THE CRESCENT has traffic rules and regulations tc the County was only 1,914 through the courtesy of the for the Frolics will be held
been ill urges that these same bells Magnolia and raided the Army Capt. Richard K I Navy League of the United
this week. He their children and impress up- communi- and the sheriff stated that August 19 at eight o'clock in
alert parents to the dangers Middleburg-Webster Stewart, whose wife, Hazel States loan basis to bolster '
returned to his desk late during the war some had de- I on a the VFW haIL
on them the necessity of observing I I lives at 221A Pringle dr., ''
Wednesday. encountered by children on the I ty.There parted for whence he knew not the Naval Aviation Officer pro-
the rule. was no central author- ,I Green Cove Springs, Fhu. has
I
to and from school. leaving even fewer citizens. gram.
way and conditions chaotic
ity were
been assigned to the Army ele-
I I Clay County Youth
The Navy League has authorized -
after the war's end until the
By 1870 there had been a ment of the Military Assistance

; Discarded Stools : adoption of the Constitution In total increase of 184 ,In theCounty's Advisory Group (MAAG) in the local commanding
1868. officers to make the 1963 mod- At Naval Academy
population and of that Vietnam. Captain Stewart if I
els available to prospective
William Wilson was sheirff population only 66 per cent a 1950 graduate of North Quincy .
I buyers prior to delivery of 1964 Your"' '
and tax collector during that Michael of 8reen
Mass. :
4r were native born. The rest ( ) High School and attended l
I period and said that It was al were from, Georgia. North and the University oi models in September.The Cove has ject-begun-his schooling

most impossible to collect taxes South Carolina and Virginia I Omaha. : .:.) < convertible has been at the United States Naval

"many citizens having removed used for only seven months Academy in AnnapolIs, Maryland -

for parts unknown and:' '1 1I has received excellent maintenance .
YOUNG CLAUSEN TOMERCHANT
those who remained threaten-i and bas approximately Eighteen year old Michael
f ACADEMY
I MARINE .
r I big bushwacking If he attempt 16,000 actual miles. It is son of Mrs. Leona Young
William RV,Clausen 17-year-old son of Mr. and
to'co11ect taxes. It with heater. earned Ms appointment by
ed equipped radio.
1i appears
has been
Mrs. E. F. Clausen, of Orange Park appointedto
that the wild west wasn't the I power brakes and, steering, taking the opea competitiveAll
Marine
i the C. S. Merchant Academy according to
only section of the country torqueflite, auto.3-speed trans- Service 8mJ! sattess. He
word received late today (Thursday from CongressmanD. ,
I. where the sheriff had problems. R. Matthews. i I missionr safety- belts, tinted scored 130th from the top. Mrs.

; I This Irregular cavalry that Young Clausen, a 1963 graduate of Bedford Forrest I I glass, and outside remote control Young did not know the exact

was mentioned In the Inventoryof I mirror and anti uia. JUl n'PP men who
High School, is now at Memphis in the Naval Air Re
the Archives of Clay Countywas serve. He was graduated there on Friday from boot II I markings on the caf-are'decaV: _.took ti*E >n* but said >

a rather mysterious group camp and planned to take the 5-month course offered and will be removed prior W that $fce was In the

They were supposedly Confederates by he Navy. His mother said today she was awaitinghis delivery to the ne'ld' tY" 1 housa'nds.

but the inventory stated return' to Orange Park momentarily but, she added, The original list price in January Michael Is a graduate of
that the county 425125. The Clay High School and 'attended
they overran was car
"it takes' a. great deal of planning to figure: out whetherbe .
These stools were taken from the Oraage Park Science Lab. They were purchased only a when it suited their purpose. commercial can be- purchased for only Columbian Prep cool( tWashiagtoa
will come from Memphis by plane or
t, y'ar: ago and should have lasted for approximately five years but due to the deliberate de- They seemed to have fought the Navy plane.' $2,850 on a first" come cash for one year. He

strnetionjDf.;some MudeptsabowLbtrtyi.o-f..t''i lbcRi: "must,,be jreplaced-at accost of .$UCL..eachCountT "l&!'-at-their. own convenience. He is scheduled,to report to the Merchant Marine basis. The new. owner will also 1= his !2'9* tfee*

3 School Superintendent Hints Long said that if the identity of the students were If they needed a pig for sustenance Academy at Kings'Point Great Neck L. L, on August 18. receive the Sear Chrysler. on the June

_t t,'known- .'- proper.., measures would be taken. _._ they appropriated the warrantee. as one of 1.200 plebes.c .






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TWO: Stay THURSDAY. JULY 25, 1963J
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J ( Haw (Etmnttj Crescent Clay/ HillReporter School Days-School Days



"The only guide to a man is his conscience; the only MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND ."

shield to his memory is the rectitude and sincerity of his I! 4

actions.' It Is very imprudent to walk through life without EARL PADGETTOur 1 corning with an attack of ap Starke and Mr. and Mrs. HomIer

this shield, because we are so often mocked by the failure sympathy goes again to a i pendicitis. We hope all is well Smith of Limona Fla. There

of our hopes and the upsetting of our calculations; but with dearly beloved family. Zettie with him. were other visitors, but we .

this, shield however the Fates may play we march always in Padgett and all of her children failed to learn their names.

the ranks of honour." and relatives, in the sad occa- The Rev. George Chism Sorry.

Winston S. Churchill'TLORIDA sion of the sudden death of family moved into the pastori- I

Zettie's son. Earl who at the um at the Highland church Nellie Wilkinson was able to

time was an inmate of the Saturday afternoon of last I attend church services recently -

Raiford prison but was to be week. George says he didn't' and had recovered enough

paroled this week. If we were know that one little woman she could leave her walker at I

COUNCIL REPORTS"By informed correctly. Earl was could get so much work out of home. All of us were overjoyed +r -
A sick showed no illness at all one lazy man as Lois got out to see this improvement 4

e B.-H. OEHLERT JR. accomplish an obvious "boom"in on Sunday but died Tuesday. of him that day! They were in her condition.We I

President, Minute Maid Co. the pricing structure, citrus The last informaton we received working until 12 midnight, try-

Orlando Florida industry leaders must never sell he suffered either a ing to get clothes and every- were also overjoyed to CHARLES E. BENNETT SCHOOLs
;0- short the time-honored law of heart attack or an attack of thing assembled so they could see Genevieve Stewart able to
Florida's famed sunshine, brings and demand. Currently, it
price .! acute indigestion and did not find anything to wear to be back in church services withus
not only the tan so sought by is being driven home sharply to
live but a short time. We church Sunday morning. Then after so long in hospitals
the that at
tourists, but it also brings every citrus processor
green which typifies the fields today's prices consumers won't know from experience Just how -after he got to bed-these and on the sick bed. We hope

A and groves of Florida agriculture purchase frozen orange juice In. shocking and what a hurt is large transport trucks, everyone all of our sick folks can soon I

-our state's leading income the same quantities as they did attached to a situation of this I of them or so it seemed- make a quick come back and
producer. at pre-freeze pricing levels. To have to part with 1' and everything else had tc be with us regularly.

j Florida's farmers and growers This can leave little doubt that our loved ones at any I" pass the house and make all I

generate some $3 billion in sales constructive action is extremely time, especially by death of the noise it could, thereforehe Our Charles i
Fields
son was
the state's welfare according desirable to assure a favorable
to but in a siege of long illnesswe did not get to sleep much.
Y to recent Florida Department of Florida citrus image in the pub- back to see us again week beI I
Agriculture estimates. And of. lic eye despite short suppliesand are partly prepared foi It seems he is not accustomedto fore last informing us he is'

! this $3 billion in sales, Florida's high prices. This must be this, but in a case of this kind all of these noises of trucks. to go to Europe again with his I

citrus industry accounts for ap- promptly initiated so that increased we are wholly unprepared and trains, anything and every- I, company of Engineers, and he a e
proximately 25 percent-more consumption can be as- are not expecting such, therefore -I thing that can run the roa t I was here to locate a place for
than $700 million. sured when orange concentrate the shock is much greater I and make a noise passing his I I Dottie and the children to live I

In Florida today,with its rap- supplies again are plenth.nl.NonFloridamade than under ordinary circum- house at night. Well, all we I while he was gone overseas.

idly accelerating, economic and competitive stances. All we can do is to have to say is, HE WILL He finally found what he was
technological it seems products are not marking time. :
progress, trust God to heal the wound LEARN! But anyway WEL- I
looking for and returned to
incongruous to discuss such nn- They have mounted a vigorous i
pleasantries as the difficulties merchandising offensive designed left by this injury. We do CCME TO HIGHLAND. Now Missouri to await his final callAs .

facing the state's citrus industryas to capture our price-disen- pray for this family's ability to for his announcement: They some of you folks know, hi

a result of last December's chanted customers and to hold well." Let us remember that will have open house at the and his wife, Dottie have five

adverse weather. them even after our recovery.We say, "God doeth all things pastorate next Sunday after- children, but not one of them DUXBAR GYMNASIUM
Nevertheless, when freezing will lose a certain'percentage God has never made a mistakethe noon from 2 o'clock in the aft- belongs to either Dottie or
Shown above is the new wing of the Charles E. Bennett Elementary School which contains -
weather clutched the heart of of customers to
cur therefore
syn- mistakes are all ours ernoon until Training Union
that
Charles. Now "figger"
the citrus belt, the future of the thetics and to competitive, non- make mis thereabout. All are four new classrooms, and the new Dunbar gymnasium which is approximately 70 x 90'will
God did not a ; time or outVell the
solution
industry was changed overnight. citrus juices no matter what we one seat some 300 spectators These buildings W !ill be completed in about two weeks. The Doctors -
take in taking Earl on home welcome to attend.
t An abundant crop of some 120 do. So we must be sure to guard they adopted one child while I Inlet school is scheduled to have two classrooms added in the near future.
J million boxes of oranges, representing against creating false and unrealistic just when he did. they were overseas the last
4 nearly three-fourths of pricing which will per-' Among the recent visitors in time, then when our youngest I I

our total citrus crop, was reduced manently alienate our valuablecore Cedric Rosier's nephew was the Highland church were Mr: daughter met her tragedy I
in a few short hours to a of families against Florida rushed to the hospital Sunday and Mrs. Bob Bradford of Charles and Dottie took those stay in bed and rest. In just I the dog; and then the old rascal have battled with cows and

critically inadequate supply of orange concentrate. four children; so they have five a few minutes Jim called me didn't want to leave me! other animals much larger

less than 75 million boxes. Further, it is imperative thatwe children! Anyway we look foi and told me there was AN- I just wonder why it is I can than possums, but still won the

Another freeze aftermath- encourage both shortrangeand MHC& them back any doy now. OTHER strange dog out there: 'tame ay dog, or make friends big fight, so the sine of the
death or severe' damage to some long-range advertising and
million subnonnal -' and he was pretty bodly crip- with any of them and I do not person; doesn't always count
14 trees-means merchandising efforts by all i II
harvests for the next segments of its citrus industry.An We had a new experience a pled, but he couldn't get to the care anything at all for one even if some folks seem to thinkit

four or five years. Many veteran industry which curtails its FarmsReporter few Sunday evenings ago. The I dog Of course I came out oi Will not abuse one, but do not does. If you have the "know

citrusmen agree that it will be advertising efforts when a sell- Penney hunters had been in here the bed and went to see what was love one but they seem to love how" you can usually win be-

E at least five years before we ers' market exists is both short- didn't leave until wrong with the dog, and whc me. Wonder why Now 1 lieve it or not!
night before
4 again harvest 100 million boxesof sighted and foolhardy. And industry : MRS. HERBERT MYERS, Phone 5298131Mr. after five oclock in the morn-I his owner is. I soon learned have learned I canstay home
oranges in a single season. leaders who relax in the this, sent Jim to a phone to and dog sit instead of baby I II
This current shortage heralds cozy conviction that :Mother Na- and'Mrs. James H.Hous- Mr. and Mrs. Esker Ellis ing. Meantime they had lost The revival at the Highland
call the and I com- Beat that if'you can
owner
was sity. one
the approach of a critical era in ture will destroy every threat- ton went by train from Green have been enjoying a week's two dogs. Jim kept telling me back in the house to lay I church will start August 18, or

1 the industry. Growers and pro-j ened over-supply situation are Cove Springs Tuesday July 23, visit from his brother Mr.: John all day he saw. a strange dog ing I evening of the third Sunday in
cessors must begin now to plan! equally foolish. to New York City. They will Ellis and Mr: and Mrs. Charles pass the house but that one down again, but the dog says We were in "Green Cove recently August, at 7:30 o'clock. The
together what our course of ac- The future of Florida's most sail disappeared. I was unable to "Not So" and I stayed on the met John Huntly he Rev. Connie Jonhons is to do
from there 26ia and family and
July
Hampton Ray
tion will be in the years ahead prominent agricultural citizen- porch where that dog couldsee
attend church services that learned "she is the 'possum the preachin. Lewin Redding
when we again harvest 120 mil- citrus-can only be assured Holland-American Line to Phyllis, all of Bowling Green,
by
evening, put my Junior Union me until the owner Don- hunter", made the remark that is the song leader. We all invite -
lion and boxes of the and Southampton, England. Mr
more- or- progressive harmonious Kentucky. Mrs. Hampton is
off Lillian to take ald Nickles, from Whitehousecame could each and to be
on to care a big possum whip me everyone
anges. actions of its leaders as they and Mrs. Houston plan. to stain the daughter of Mr. John Ellis\
Although...the shortage of chart the citrus industry course London ten days, then visit I of, andrfl.stayed at, home to to declare ownership of Well one never has, in fact I present for these services also.
During the past week,they
product in today's market will !, ahead.: on the continent about three ........,..... _.- -""" -..... .....-r=.. ---- -
\ have been visiting some of the' or -
weeks. They will be gone about J
attractions around this part of ,
i six weeks.
I our lovely Sunshine State.
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Mrs. May Orr and Miss Car- .
County Commissioner'sSpecial rie Tarbell left the Memorial l Mrs. Mary Newell, formerlly '.: ::

Home Community Thursday of of the Memorial Home Community .

last week, with their friend sends greeting to her

Meeting Mrs. Harry Smith from Clear- many friends in these parts. At The Bank of Green Cove Springs

water who was driving to present she is with her son

MONDAY JULY 22, 1963, 4.30 P. M. Charleston South Carolina. and may be reached at 26

1 1 Green Cove Springs, Florida After enjoying the points of interest Glenwood Street, Hyannis,

i The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County. flor- Orr and around Miss Tarbell Charleston will,leaveon Mrs Massachusetts.On : Homing Loans For Home Improvement

ida, met in Special Session, in the County Commission Meeting bus
Saturday to go by to
Room above time and date. Tuesday. July 16th Mrs. .
f on I Flatrock, North Carolina, to attend #,,1-
fi i The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, Honor- the China Inland Mission Blanche Jones, Mrs. Ethel Mc- ', FHA Title :' J. J
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:
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able Luther E. Wilson, Other members present were, Louis L. Conference for about a week. Bride, and Mrs. Mary Storey. :: '; ", ,

Huntley District No. 2. Marvin Green, District No. 3, O. J. with the Misses Ruth, Asenath iThese -

Murrhee District No 4; Absent, H. E. Moody District No. 5 and Esther Travassos, spent a

The Chairman advised that the meeting was called to con- J.The Doenecke Rev. and of Park Mrs.Ridge Christian, Illinois fine day in Daytona Beach. It loans can be granted to any property owner who is ptWC as- '

sider further action on the Sheriffs Budget request for the was a lovely day on the beach .
called :
on the Rev. and : king or has purchased a house, after qualifying through, FHA Sfttsdar .
1963-64 Budget year. Due to the action of the Commission of Mrs. Charles H. Coker and the and seeing all the points cl i ...
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July 8, 1963, on accounts No. 316 and No. 364 whereby Sheriff Rev. and Mrs. Ralph H. CoWs interest.

Hall has filed a Petition with the Board of Appeal of County of the Memorial Home Com- 1
Officer Budgets rarding accounts No. 316 and No. 364. .
munity on Tuesday July 16th Miss Beulah Mae Hobbs of ,

After a discussion on the matter by all Board members Mr. Doenecke and Air. Coker Baltimore, Maryland, arrived

with Mr. Carlyle Ausley. Representative of the Board of Appealof were classmates while attend- at the Memorial Home Com-I

County Officer Budgets motion was made by Commissioner ing Garrett Theological Seminary -
I II munity on July 9th, to take uP'
Murrhee. seconded by Commissioner Green and carried, to 1922-26. Mr. Doneckeand s <
residence in Apartment G-8 f
I approve the Sheriff's Budget as presented in the Clerk's Tenta-I Mr. CollL are members of
and she is our latest new arrivaL -
tive Budget of July 8. 1963. This amount being 79906.00 as the Rock River Conference of
I Miss Hobbs' father
requested by the Clay County Sheriff's Department.At the Methodist Church. The wasa
Methodist) in the
minister (
this time the Commission noted to Sheriff Hall the Doeneckes who had been tour-
Baltimore Conference. Miss w4'" r
record of a very sharp decline of receipts of the Fine & Forfeiture ing Florida are considering a rN

Fund for the past two years over the prior four years retirement place in Florida in Hobbs herself has given 42 Iii,

I for this Fund and inquired if the total monthly cases of his the near future. years to full time Christian .

office were declining due to this record. Sheriff Hall stated work known as a Ministerial '''''f

the case load was continuing for his office as much or more On Wednesday July 17th, the Associate. Twenty-two yearsof

as for prior years running from around 100 to 135 cases a popular Mission Study class this time was given in one

month but he ,had no authority to levy Fines this being the closed its sessions for the summer church the Union Square

County Judge's authority only. Also, he thought the Judge had with a social period Methodist ChUrch.Mrs. .

reduced some Fines recently as money is tight at the present through the courtesy of Miss

time. I E. Stella Cass. Classes had Ethel A.Goodman driving -

Mr. Ausley requested the Sheriff to advise the Appeal Board been held in the screened accompanied by Mrs. An-

I in writing that his Budget for 1963-1964 had been settled. porch at the Quadragle foi na Neander Miss Beulah Mae .
Sheriff Hall advised that he wou.dl seven weeks, with six books be- :'";. .
ing reviewed by different lead- Hobbs. Miss Edna Thomas, : '.. f ..
Motion by Commissioner seconded by Commissioner ? .X;
Murrhee. -
and Mrs. Hulda Morse spent a -, .
t .
I Green and carried, the Board adjourned to meet again in ers. 27.The The. average attendancewas most enjoyable day last Friday, -.....,,, r Apply to Tom Henry, rice president
regular session on August 12. 1963. at 9:00: o'clock A. M.
Study Books used were July 19th, at Daytona Beach at
Luther Wilson. Chairman and St. Augustine Beach.
those selected by the missionary -
Attest: George L. Carlisle Clerk committee of the National

United Church Women for Mrs. Lois Wilson left Thurs- :
fle Bank of Green Cove Spmn&s
I PUBLISHED EVERY: THURSDAY reading and study by mission day July 18th. driving to Asheville : :

1 BYCRESCENT groups of all denominations N. C.. visiting former -

PRESS. INC. over the United States during school mates and friends. She

Green COT Sprtnjrs. Florid 19631964.Mrs. will return to the Memorial 2S4-3650

Phone 234-3IBS H. L. Rust a member of Home Cdmmuity in about or

the Guild Missionary Committee three weeks. Congress 4-9583
011'" was in charge of arranging

+el'A in n the programs and securing the The Rev. C. E. van der Summer Hours--
= leaders for each session. Fox
Maaten of Green Cove Springs *
FrL
the rest of the year she will be Monday. Tate, -9:00 a.m.-lZ1 p.m.
will be the preacher at the -
EDITOR __.- ....._."..... .. Duncan Groner in charge of circulating the Memorial Wed, Thar* SL-9:" ..-12 nooaPAGE
P Church.Pen.
nnev
GENERAL MANAGER Eugene Koza missionary books for individual i
reading among an members of. ney Farms at the 11 o'clock 1
,
i Entered a* second Class Matter. July 15. MM. at the Post Office. the Guild. Last year. when five worship service on July 28.
Or*.a Cove Sprint. Florida aDder the Act of March i. UU.I .
I ee.ed Class ......_ paid at Green. Cove a.rtmx Fla. books 'were circulated the Mr. Paul Johnson win tech.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES number of signatures of read- the adult class at 10 A. M.

One Year-In advance ................ $4.00 ers totaled 300.



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Green Cove SocialsMrs I To Wed In August RAINBOW ATTEND HOMECOMINGMiss GIRLS I SOCIETY MEMORIAL ANNOUNCES FUND


C. W, Truett. of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zellner. : .! 'rJf"' J.. Leslie Rowe Grand The Florida Division of the
,,:J >; ,,;,, ., ,,:%:}1..Jl.m,
:< <- w.:; "'" t "' ; '"
: :" ': Y -: ;i.> Musician. Misses Judy Jones American Cancer Society
spent the week-end visiting her Mrs. Brauer and Mrs. Zellner : > : an-
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Y', '':!>:> : :< and Linda Cooper. Past Worthy nounces that memorial gifts
sisters. Y
mother Mrs. Ona Rivers and are .. :;:;: :I:
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her sisiter-in-law Mrs. LucyM. ?::: :! .;: :: .f,1 1 :: i iY Advisors and Miss DorothyAn may be donated to the Cancer

: Society in the name of deceased
Rivers.
Mrs. Marie Thompson and r :< Blackmon. Worthy Advisor
her son David returned on / :: all of Green Cove Springs As- friends or relatives.
Mrs. Roberta Bowman returned Sunday from a week's visit :, Memorial contributions can
; sembly No. 77. O. R G. attended -
last Friday from a trip with her family Mr. and Mrs. be made directly to the local

t to New York and Montreal Luther Howerton of Matoaka, 4Sx the Homecoming for Miss County Unit of the American
Little League News She had only planned to go West Virginia.Mr. Bonnie Griffith. Grand Wor- Cancer Society or to the Divi-

to join her husband for the thy Advisor in Pensacola on sion Office 416 Tampa Street

week-end. However when she and Mrs. William Norris Saturday evening. July 20th. Tampa 2. Fla. The donor's
I found his ship was going to be and their daughters Evelyn 1 gift is acknowledged and a
Il They were guests of Pensacola
l in Montreal the following and Lorretta. spent the week- .: receipt issued for tax deduction
week-end she went to Can- Assembly No. 8. The young
on
purposes.
t. end with his parents Mr. and
) ___ ada. Mrs. Bowman then joined Mrs. W. P. Norris in Frisco ladies were accompanied by Persons making contribu-
her sister. Miss Ruth van de City, Alabama. Mrs. L. R. Rowe. Past Mother tions should provide an accom-
Maaten who had been visiting Advisor. panying letter with the amountof
i in Washington. Norfolk and the contribution full
iL Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Eddy ..r There were approximatelythree name
home Cleveland and they drove and their son, Duglas. of Avon t hundred Rainbow girls of the deceased address of relative
together. to whom memorial card
Park Ohio returned home on
fromall over Florida in attend-
r Sunday after a visit withHayes' should be sent and donor's
Mr. and Mrs. Blitch of ance at this affair.
Roy
t name and address.A .
sister and her husband,
; I I Quincy is visiting her mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fletcherand tt t t xv :. .:;. Green Cove Springs Assem- spokesman for the Society

I Mrs. Pearl Brooker. family and their sister-in- .., bly No. 77 wishes to express said that the trend for establishing -
law Mrs. Annie Edy. They all 3: :' their appreciation to all those a Cancer Memorial Roll
?max
Steve Loner son of Mr. and spent last week in a cottage at N .:i. who supported them at theii Fund started some years ago
:Mrs. James Loner left last Brooklyn Lake in Keystone ;r ':L among friends and relatives of
Work has been completed on the bathrooms at the Little for Ice Cream & Cake Social on
Monday Quincy where he Heights.Mrs. bereaved families. It was
League Ball Park. The cost of building improvements to will visit his aunt and uncle. .v <.. Wednesday of last week. thought that the giving of tan-

backstop fence and concession stand was approximately Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Davidson.Mr. 'I Miss Dianne Jones and Miss gible gifts would provide a sin
William H. Reed recent
_
needed due to the fact .
$800.00. These improvements were < I Linda
Kenney were initiated cere token of respect and at
returned home
ly from St.
that the All Stars will be playing all of their games in this and Mrs. Herman Reed Vincent's hospital where she: : V >... ..:/ into the Order of Rainbow for the same time help support the

park.Airs. left last Saturday with their underwent I as :t .' Girls at the regular meeting on fight against cancer.
R. V. Masters instrumental in getting this work surgery. ..
was -
: : ;:: last Thursday evening. A -
grandsons Arthur James Will- reception '..
She responsible for selling much of the .
accomplished. was ,
:' '* : followed the meeting.
iams m, and Phillip Reed < <
Little members are Mrs. Mary Pacetti had as .. :
advertising on the park fence. League z.it.
Williams for a vacation in the her guests last week Mr. and
of the generosity of the members.
I appreciative mountains of North Carolina. Mrs. W. W. Donaldson of Mi- .
All team is to receive jacket whichhe .:
Each boy on the Star a
Williams who spent last week ami and their children Woody, .,. u:.:.
win be allowed to keep. \,-. .. :
Their granddaughter Susan Jeff and Beverly. ,:......... This Week'sI
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with them is spending the time +:;,>;: :!aI" '

ALL STAR TOUR.1IJA11DRESULTS in Palatka with her aunt and Miss Joyce Underwood of Re- I .....______ ______n___________ '1.,,,: : :: .
Monday July 22nd uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold hoboth, Mass., formerly of ,
Southside "A" won over Jacksonville Beach American Williams and family.Mr. Green Cove is visiting Miss JEANNE MARIE GEIGERMr. BONUSBUYS

Southside "] won over Green Cove Springs Patricia Ann Vance. and Mrs. E. Wayne Geiger announce the engagementof
and Mrs. A. E. Brauer.
Tuesday July 23rd their daughter, Jeanne Marie to Ronald G. Wilkes son of
Jr.. and their two children. Mrs. A. B. Reid left on Mon-
Southside "A" won over Meadowbrook Bellair Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Wilkes.
A Jacksonville Beach Nationals Janet and Larry, of Midvale N. day to visit her sister-in-law,
\ Southside B" won over J., spent last week-end with Mrs. Ruth Gunn and family The wedding will take place FrIday. August 16 at 8
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in St. Petersburg.Mr. o'clock at the First Baptist Church in Green Cove. A recep-

tion will follow at the Qni-Si-Sana HoteL

.1..r16 I ._ .... .-' J. M. Hubbard is a pa- All friends of the couple are invited to attend the wedding -
tient in Clay Memorial HospitaL -
fLr ; X : and ;reception.

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a The First Presbyterian Church

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Cor. E. Houston St. & 4' Green Cove
N. Magnolia Ave
GREEN' COVE SPRINGS h
.\;, u_ -. FLORIDA Sunday School 9:45 o'clock

Far Apart ? "- :' Services 11 held a.m.Subject!Sundayat *, Morning Worship 11 o'clock 4 OZ.CANS. 79c

: VISITORS WELCOME
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Be Together in Seconds : TRUTH n ...

j .. July 28

with Long Distance A cordial invitation is extendedto FREESTONE

i attend our services.
NOTICE --- RETIREESRetiree


( Isn't it a nice feeling to know that wherever you are, home's. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Mobile Home Park Peaches

Distance close around CHURCH (ADULTS ONLY)
just a hello away? With Long you're
Vermont Ave.
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the clock. To check on things, exchange news, send love, 1 just Greea Cove Springs Riverfront spaces, lots of shade,
; No Air Conditioning Needed
: chat.Being aways better when you know the miles don't matter.
You have a Large Lots Paved Streets Swimming Pool

L t Special Invitationto Good Fishing Free Boat Dockage 3 LBS. 29c

\ attend Per month
i i ***** Church and Sunday School $21
Park 8-wides Towed FREE
Sim Investigate this

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lJIlIj.tMFiiia6;.. Sunday Preaching Kite, Serv.11:00 7:00 pan am., RIVER VIEW PARK .
-Prices In this ad are effective through: Saturday J1ib
M. Thurs 7:30
Prayer p.m.
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 at BLACK CREEK 27th. 115 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Fla.THURSDAY. .
Pastor. Ralph S. Morgan "
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CHOLERA IS PROBLEMFOR 0 P SERVICEMAN

. Orange Park Socials I HOG PRODUCERS"Hog Little League Service A war s I RECEIVES AIR MEDAL

cholera a deadly virus S/Sgt. Warren McClain was
Nancy Stoppleman daughter Intosh Ave., sustained a serious Mr. and Mrs. Robin Gilmoui disease. costs United States' presented the Aid Medal with

of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stop- cut on her forehead in a boat- and daughter Stephanie have hog producers between $40 and Oak Leaf Cluster, for flight

pelman of Orange Circle cele- ing accident on the Oklawaha come to Orange Park to live: I $60 million a year due to death 3x i achievements i n connectionwith

brated her 15th birthday witha River near Palatka last week- after spending the last few losses and money spent for vac- a classified program. The

slumber party for 6 of her end. years in Illinois. Robin is the cines and serum to fight it,' 1961 Program was described as

girl friends at her home last son of Alec Gilmour Jr. and reports Dr. Ben Plummer. Uni- I vital to national defense.

Friday night. Visiting overnight last Wednesday Mrs. Jean Gilmour. both of versity of Florida Agricultural I S/'Sgt McClain and his wife.

with Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Orange Park. Diana Gilmour Extension Service veterinarian. the former Bobbie Jo Robbins

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rickei ter Gorski were his cousins. Mr. Robin's younger sister is stay- "Hog cholera restricts U. S, of Orange Park now live in

of Frog Hollow Rd. have returned and Mrs. Paul Summers and ing with them while her mother!r pork exports to about 69 mill; ,, r Fairborn Ohio. Sgt. McClain
home after a 5-day trip 1 daughter Betty of CliftonN. is a patient in St. Vincent's ion a year when a potential] is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

to Montreal Canada to attenda J. The Summers family Hospital I foreign pork market of twice I C W. W. McClain of Orange Park.

Hardware Convention. Dur- were enroute to Hollywood this figure actually exists" he
ing their absence their daughter Fla., for their vacation. Her sister Peggy and 12 says. Some foreign countries Gene Allen left receiving. a plaque pre sented by the Ladies' Auxiliary for his daily O P JAYCEES NEED
Cheryl stayed with her friends held a surprise 15th that import pork have eradi- contribution to the Little League from Marge ry Osborn club president. Neil Malphur, plaid

friend Bunny Gorski.Recuperating Libby Claytor daughter of birthday party for Becky cated hog cholera and there- shirt, presents another plaque to Bob Nolan p resident of the Little League in appreciationof NEW MEMBERSThe

Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Claytor Hatcher daughter of Rev. and fore exclude United States) his outstanding: work and leadership as resident. Orange Park Junior

after surgery entertained a group of her Mrs. Robert Hatcher at her pork because they do not want Chamber of Commerce needs
home on Orange Circle. of the CIVIL DEFENSE UNIT new members between the ages
I any more disease intro-
at St. Vincent's is friends from Orange Park High
Hospital duced. "Hogs infected with or exposed cines and serum to fight it, and PLANS PRACTICE ALERT of 21 and 35 and is conductinga
Mrs. J. F. Califane of Almeria at swimming and water
a
to cholera are the most because cholera-free
Henry Lutins remains a pa- "If a farmer suspects hog many The Civil Defense Unit of drive to obtain them. Thomas -
Ave. skiing party at the Claytors'new important means of spreadingthe countries refuse to import pork
home in Doctors Lake tient in St. Vincent's Hospital. cholera in his herd he should Clay County will take part in O. Frisbee membershipdrive
disease reports Plummer. produced in the United States.
_ report it immediately to his a nation-wide practice alert to committee chairman says.
Mrs. M. D. Gourley of Mc- Estates last week-end.
"Observe quarantines both "Committees have been set
H ----- u____ Former Orange Park resin veterinarian his county agent. for up be held in the near future. This "There is too much potential
the safety of herd in Floridas major swine-pro-
I dents Mrs. Roger Byrne and or to state or federal animal your own was among the matters discussed leadership material going to
and the safety of neigh- ducing counties to aid in
your pro-
waste in the Park
Orange area,
at
children
Cheryl Roger and disease control officials: emphasizes Tuesday night'smeeting
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bors, he warns. moting the state-wide erad-
Hillary came up from theii Plummer. "Prompt reporting conducted by Ray which Includes Middleburg,
The fact that the United ication drive" concludes Plum-
Opening Specials Doctor's Inlet. Bellair and
new twin daughters home from of all outbreaks is essential Chance director. ,
States is living with hog cho- mer. "In the small farm area
St. Vincent's Hospital on Sun- in order to handle the This national practice alertis Meadowbrook. Navy person-
lera that raise communities, contact o u x
means our hog
) day. The smaller twin is ex- infected herd most effectively" y to originate at the North nel living in the area are urgedto
ers are losing millions of dol-l county agent state or fed-
3 ROOM GROUP pected home within another Mr. Plummer said that the your American Air Defense Com- Join.
: Jars each year because of eral veterinarian or your prac-
two weeks. longer the source of the out- mand at Colorado Springs. Fire Information on the Jayceescan
swine killed by cholera be- ticing veterinarian for further
LIVING ROOM TABLES break is unknown the greater departments throughout the be obtained by writingP.
"
LAMPS Dr. and Mrs: C. M. Rogers the chance of further spreadof I cause of money spent for,vac: information. county will sound their alarms O. Box 367. Orange Parkor

BEDROOM MATTRESS "J: leave this week-end for a infection. from three to five minutes. by contacting Thomas Fris-

.. BEDSPRING ;; month's travel in Europe on Cholera-sick pigs appear to New Store In Orange Park The last national alert was in bee at Jan's Gift Shop, Orange
DINING ROOM 5 PIECES .. business for the Yerkes Labora- be sick "all over". The first 1962. I Park. Visitors are welcomedfor

,. tories. Their three children sign that a pig may have ...... -. If any additional informationon meetings held evrey second
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279.95-, _< willspend the time with their cholera is a rise in temperatureto fe.. __ #t.. ..... :2-" _.., _, ... .., .s..... this or other civil defense and fourth Thursday at 8
< '.\ '. '". "' grandmother in West Virginia 105 degrees or higher. Signsof 40'- .. ...; matters is desired place a collect o'clock in the conference room
:! .t., \, Jerry Wisner and Bob Riggs sickness are a loss of appetite call to Mr. Chance at Key above the new Jail in Orange
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are cat-sitting with the Rogers; gummed eyelids reddish or stone Heights 473-4260. Park.

BEDROOM SUITE cat while the family Is away. purplish discoloration of skin TVHEBUH IT v n NIT u R E I APPLIANCES

and a depressed attitude.CLAUDE'S .

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.' .",,,,.. 2 MATTRESSES .... : : :::,t l' : ; ; *

79,95 Three retired Navy men have set up shop in Orange or E46..01 .
..t.EKV.
4-::" ,' Park. Richard Coard is owner and operator of the furniture .. ...
; ", store. lie lives in Jacksonville with his wife and three '
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also Associated with him is Jim Salman who will handle the .
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Television Repair New and Used AppliancesNew TV repairs. Mr. Salman who recently retired after 16 yearsof V AND wf '

and Used Furniture d". service is originally from Oklahoma and now lives in Jack-

}t r ville with his wife and two sons. ORANGE PARK

Jim Shekels, who is standing In the doorway of the storeis
a salesman originally from Oxford Tennessee. lie and his
COARD FURNITURE GO wife two sons and daughter live in Jacksoville. DOS U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264.0431

The store will handle new and used furniture new and
1700 17 Park
Hwy. Orange used appliances and television repairs.
Phone: 264-6725 .




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OrangePark I WEATHER SPECIAL Electric
$15.& $20 permanentwaves O NLY

V\ price ? THE and
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GRADE "A" FLORIDA :};" LB. t,
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FRYERS.:,, ..,-,; :;a 25q t 'The shift Simple.are excitingly dramatic lines accented of this by Nardis'hand :: I Orange Park.

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.w tt..eeJ :...... knotted wool fringe on the sleeves and
spaghetti tie belt. 8-16. Bone. Black.

Smoke or Cranberry. $ ..ooJean THE BANK OF OR NG ,PARK'

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KeystoneSocial Notes I IA CAR ACCIDENTS jl FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK


_t "Falls are a leading type of j TOP V/E1N t Ktlow YOUR

FINAL REMINDER Saturday 1 years. Mrs. Abel is the daughter accident everywhere, ranking SHOWNGPEC70KAL

evening July 27, is the of Mr. and Mrs. Wedekindwho second only to motor vehicle ac- F'N
6 steak supper sponsored by the' formerly lived at Hillcrest. cidents as a cause or accidental: TTsG rL ORnA

9 04 iW St. William's Catholic Club. Mr. Wedekind. now deceasedwas death" reports A. M. Pettis :

7 "ge To avoid over-crowding and I: the manufacturer of Tink- safety leader with the Univer- riSIfGS 1 ,

waiting in line while others ertoys. sity of Florida's Agricultural
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finish eating, the supper will Extension Ser iee'? '
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E be held in the school Cafeteria. On the farm, --they are certainly -
Adult tickets will be $125 and Mrs. Lena Clemens and son no less important. Be- THE SNAKE-LIKE EEL IS A

I Y w children 75c. This includes des- George Allen were in Jacksonville cause farmers work. Wder such CATAPROMOUS FISH MEANING

sert, too. Serving from 5:30 to on the weekend and they, varied conditions the possibility THAT IT LIVES IN FRESH WATER

7:00 pan. visted Mrs. Mary Nelson ofHillcrest. of falling is perhaps even ANt SPAWNS W SALT WATER

I who is a patient at greater than elsewhere. Na- IT IS FOUND STATEWIDE IN

the Baptist Hospital. They tional Farm Safety Week, July RIVERS 5 STREAMS ft LAKES NO PELVIC FINS-
Tony Brault son of Mr. and also visited Mrs. Clemen's sist- 21-27. is an opportune time tc CONNECTING WITH RIVERS ANAL AND X0, 4FNS
JO/NED lyW
Mrs. Lionel R. Brault. was inducted ter and husband Mr. and Mrs. examine the record to learn GROWS TO 4 FT. LONG AND GaUDAL(lAly fws

1 .into the U. S. Navy this E. John Nelson. (The two where farm safety falls down. 5-T07 lB$. IN WEIGHT

J week.' He spent a few days in Nelsons are not related.) COLOR DARK 6REENISH ABOVE
The farm worker must repeatedly -
Jacksonville and from there climb'on and off the -DINGV WHITE BELOW y
; he went to the Great Lakes
machines with which he works. /
Naval Training Station. We are so happy to hear the
Often he does heavy work in
t Fw good news about Jack
stroh. As of this Haber'I'I areas with poor footing. He
n sr I !
?49x works all kinds weather
in of
Nice: to see Mrs. Mary Good-I'I'I was touring the V. A. Hospital 'A
in Wheel Chair. when frozen or wet ground. POWERFUL FIGHTER WHEN
ti I son at Church on Sunday. Mrs. a just one
Goodson. a former parishioner week after his operation. He makes slipping easy. The A TRUE HOOKED BITES ON.MOST ANY KIND OF BAIT

I is now living in Opalaka. F1a.I is now able to have visitors : farmer usually is his own main- FISH EXCEPT ARTIFICIAL LURES e EXCELLENT FOOP-

j: She was visiting relatives in and he would be glad to see. tenance man and requires the RICH f FLAVORFUL WHEN. FRIEPSMOKEP OR

I Grandin Mr. and Mrs. H. B his friends again. Jack is in skills of many trades.A PICKLEP' DResS -rHEM BY PEELING OFF S/C1N
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,1/ Sikes. the Lake City V. A. Hospital. bit of oil on a tractor stepa FLOW PA GAME AMP F.IlESH WAT X. FISH COMMISSION
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loose
ry5 Y slip on straw
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working in a loft a loose or
*\ Miss Cathy Brault was host- Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Goodson I cracked rung on a ladder.

ess at a party on Saturday, and sons of Sneeds. Fla. spent little .
\ these and mayy other DECOY BAPTIST CHURCH ---- -- - "----
July 13, marking her 9th birthday last week in Keystone Heights things can lead to a painful and HOMECOMING
I HAVE
.' The party was at the with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ri- expensive fall.crackedcmcmc. TO
will be held
A home coming
Brault home on Florida Route daught and children. Mrs c c ccmccmcss
_21. North. Guests included'I Goodson and Mrs. Ridaught at the Decoy Baptist Church -r TROUBLE. WITHPOUTICAU
"Falls happen when you get located 10 miles south of Green
Christine Madsen, Pamela and
I EI E are sisters. in too much of a hurry em- Cove on July 28. JOKES !IS
I Cheryl Tomes. Rickey Warren I
likely to pay too little atention A basket lunch will be servedat
Beth Jackson. Cindy Scales THAT THEY SOMETIMES
phasizes Pettis. "Then you are 1 o'clock. Everyone is in-
Dianne and Keystoners who attended the
Cassy Chapman.
to your surroundings use the invited to attend. ELECTED!i
Tony Burke Sonja Payton Davies-Prevatt wedding in GET ,,
Stuart Davies
for the Job
: Mary wrong equipment
Kendal and Valerie Turner Barnwell S. C., on Saturday
and put off removing trippL.1."Jhazards. s
Glenda Rose and Cathy's sis- July 20. were Mrs. Mary La- *
taken immeidately will elimi-
ter Debby. Cathy's father was: Rue who was wedding soloist; '
Prevatt Nuptials nate causes of falls the
"Positive steps that require many
j. the Chef at the cookout.Mr. Mrs. Hazel McKay. Mrs. Lois
I I A. Walker, and Miss Connie only a moment,of your time if : safety specialist stresses.

Miss Mary Stuart Davies daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Knight. Also Mr. and Mrs. My-
and Mrs. Gary Abel and
jamin P. Davies Jr., of Barnwell S. Carolina became the bride ron Prevatt, parents of the I
children of Chicago. in., are
of Bruce Chapman Prevatt. son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron C. groom, Bruce Prevatt.
Prevatt of Keystone Heights on Saturday July 20, at 8:00 pJn.in spending there weeks at the -A i
White Feather Court. They "" FENCING BY HERCULES ;
the Church of the Holy Apostles in Barnwell. i
I. Jr. and the Reverend have been coming to Keystoneon .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garbei r.i .
The Reverend George Chassey ,
vacation for
number of
Victor S. Ross Jr., officiated at the double ring ceremony and a have returned from a three- .
nuptia'nass. weeks' vacation trip to North FREE I
Carolina Chicago
Pittsburghand
Ferns, nave greens and candles in brass candelabra decorated I FARMERS MAY OBTAIN
Cincinnati While in North '
the church. Floral arrangements were used in the altar GASOLINE TAX REFUND SET OF CLOTHESLINE POLES i
Carolina, thye visited with Mr
o
t vases Srays: of the same flowers, with white satin ribbons I Farmers .. with.purchase of 250 ft. or more of CHAIN LINK_ ,I
may collect 4 cents and Mrs. Stephens who own a I'II
Cor I
marked the reserved pews. I
on every gallon of galosine pur-I sumer home there and a winter REDWOOD Fence. ,1,! I I ..
Mrs. Solomon Blatt. organist of Barnwell. S-; C., and Mrs. chased during the past 12 home at Nelson's Point :on Ii II I.,

I George JLaRue vocalist, of Keystone Heights presented a pro- months for agricultural purposes -I. Lake Geneva across the street if
gram of nuptial music. :Mrs. LaRue sang "O Perfect Love" if they file for a federal from the Garbers. Other Key- f There's an old sayin: "If JOU didn't vote -

Barnby. "The Lord's Prayer" Malotte and "Lord Who at I gasoline tax refund before stone visitors of the Stephens SPECIAL .L I!I don't beef. Oar "department store" of bank servicesare

Cana's Wedding Feast" Briggs. I September 30. were Mr. and Mrs Gay Living-
available to all Let n>
Serving as. acolyte was,Peter. : Mowlajakolof."Barnwell. I ,Roger. Hill assistant econ ston, who _livenext door ..onNelson's 4, FT. HIGH..... CHAIN LINK--60c PER / STALLED I 1I 1 help- you'with your
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) Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a gown omist with the Agricultural Ex- Point. f *-" .o (Gates and Terminals extra.) ". f. financial needs. q..i.::.:. _; .. :!

ivory peau de soie with rounded neckline and three-quarter' tensio Service said "Only the Eiic Garber, son of Mr. ,,and < I

length sleeves. The semi-princess front featured an A-shaped gasoline used in the productionof Mrs. Charles Garber is in FREE ESTIMATES ** !

applique of Alencon lace and seed pearls extending down the agricultural or horticultural Mexico this summer on a sort L A. .---BONDED INSURED'
LICENSE
skirt front. Panels of Alen<:on lace and seed pearls were used commodities including trees of eace Corps mission with a -

"..ne round court train and on the back of the bodice. Her may be claimed for the tax re- group of Newman Club mem- St. Augustine Phone VA 4-2182'

-fcEgertip veil of ivory silk illusion was attached to a small fund." The word "agricultural"includes bers of his college. Eric wTi, Jacksonville Phone FL 9.4%% : MEMBER P. D.1. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSTHE

'tapered peau de soie pillbox trimmed in matching lace and stock dairy poultry. be coming home in August. i I : rP-ETNOt BAf.K |N THE: FR,E-.3uT:; COMMUNITY

_ pearl design. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of ivorybride's fruit fur-bearing animals and I WRITE: aU? Granada St., St. Augustine. Fla. I .

roses. She also carried a linen and lace handkerchiefmade truck farms" orchards planta- .:. -Sl '_ : =-:-, ".: _' ,
by the groom's grandmother and carried by her and by tions, ranches nurseries rang. -- ---- -

the groom's mother in their weddings.Mrs. es and greenhouses.

Terrell C. Davidson of Gainesville Fla., was matronof Hill explained that the claim

honor. Bridesmaids were Misses Jane Harvard of Brooks- may be filed by the owner

ville Fla., Mary Perry of Clover. S. C.. and Corinne Gordon, tenant or operator of a farm

of Tnon, Ga. The bride's attendants wore dresses of jonquil who purchased the gasoline. If

yellow chiffon with fitted bodices and bell skirts and matching a tenant and owner share cost

jackets. They wore short, circular veils attached to a matching of gasoline each may claim s

Ichiffon rose,and satin slippers dyed to match the dreSSes. Their' refund on his share.

/ Their flowers were crescent-shaped bouquets of yellow glamellias "Farmers may also claim a
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i and blue delphinium. refund on gasloine used by a '
Myron C. Prevatt. Jr., of Keystone Heights. Fla.. brotherof custom operator, Hill adds 1

the groom served as best man. Groomsmen were John Mc- "provided his bill from the cus-

Dermid. of Ft. Pierce.Fla.. Bill Pierce of Atlanta and Thomas tom operator included the cost

Grimes of Jacksonville Fla. of gasoline used.
Quality
Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held Farmers may not claim a refund -

at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Zeigler. of Den- on gasoline used for per- !<\

mark, S. C.. and Mr. and Mrs. William S. Davies. of Greenwood. sonal purposes. If a vehicle is yi

S. C.. greeted the guests at the front door. The brides book used both on the farm and for 4m

i was kept by Mrs.Jerry Oxner. of Atlanta and Miss Ellen DeLind, I non-farm purposes the farmer <'

1 of Winter Park Fla. must arrive at an allocation of

) Guests were received in the living and dining rooms nnd the amount used for each pur- r .,.;

the den and gift room, which were thrown en suite and dec- pose and claim only that used

orated with bridal arrangements, accented with touches of ivory on the farm.

and gold. Records should be kept which

In the dining room the bride's table was covered with an show the date of each purchase -

t imported hand-embroidered linen cover. The three-tiered name of vender and

Gardenias number of gallons. A recordof

and yellow roses encircld the the number of gallons used .
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For her wedding trip the bride wore a white linen sheath during the year by custom op- V H

I dress with matching jacket and gold button trim. She wore :'. erators working for the farmer -

\ French beret with bone veiling and bone accessories.The should also be kept.

former Miss Davies is an honor graduate of Stuart All claims Hill stated, must

I Hall and will finish her senior year at Emory University. Atlanta be filed on Form 2240. This Ali bJ

following the first semester. She is a member of Kappa Kappa form can be obtained from I

Gamma. In her junior year, she was named a Ford Career your county agricultural agent,

i Scholar. The period covered by thy i i
claim is from July 1. 1962, .
,! Mr. Prevatt is a graduate of Emory at Oxford and Emory
I University. He is presently employed in the First National Bankof through June 30. 1963. The

I'' Atlanta, where the couple will live. Later, he plans to enter form should be mailed to the

\!! the Law School of the University of Florida. Jacksonville Director of Internal Florida. Revenue.


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1 i CHEVROLET


,t, j 1 *c1:1: Accentuate the Positive"Get { MurrheeInsurance f




a great big piece of good, shady, country land Agency Telephone your Chevrolet dealer for any type of truck.

i t With the old swimming hole nearby I 1 1I -- J

t Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms. iiI

t See Us for your Real Estate Needs i : ;

f I ;1 :. -. ROBERTS GHEVROLET-

S. E. McKAY
See: RICHARD MURRHEE ,_ __ .

"*' I Agent ,- .........-.....- -. ,.. .. ,-.. rte '. ,.-.. 0'- "'" .__' -
Keystone Heights 'phone 473-4818 Phone 47S-47M
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: j Sale Starts Fri. July 26, Be Here When Doors Open I

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I IT'S OUR SEMI-ANNUAL VALUE SENSATION THAT YOU
49c STRETCH 49c MEN'SUNDERSHIRTS $2.50 MEN'S BOYS' 39c $1.69 BOYS $1.69 BOYS
..MEN'S SOCKS17c SPORT SHIRTS HAVE WAITED FOR AND RIGHTLY SO. FOR HERE ARE POLO19c SHIRTS DUNGAREES
STORE-WIDE SAVINGS EVERY SUMMER ITEMS REDUCED -
FOR QUICK CLEARANCE. SO COME DOWN
EARLY FOR CHOICE SELECTION THIS STOREWIDESALE
29c $149 WILL BRING TO YOU VALUES THAT MEAN 99c 69cWE
j SAVINGS TO YOU ON DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE

USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN !

J THIS CLEARANCE SALE BRINGS MADE A TERRIFIC BUY IN NEW SPORT SHIRTS

I YOU SENSENSATIONAL SAVINGS AND PASSING THE SAVINGS ON TO YOU !

It I MEN'S SUITS SEE COMPARE SAVE !

I UP TO $24.75 VALUES! SPORT SHIRTS

ODD LOTS ,
BROKEN SIZES d $2.95 .. $3.45 VALUES 4:
STOipE
A REAL GIVE .
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AWAY. COMEDOWN : :: t
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EARLY! xN
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SAVE NOW! .>r $1.99HERE

: ... ALL SUMMER DRESSES MUST BE SOLD !
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$16.99 y YOU'LL FIND ALL WANTED
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STYLES AND WANTED COLORS
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OFF .
ALSO WHITES.SPORT t

wJ t MEN'S' SUITS 1 SHIRTS ; :
a.: tyr.?<; : % REGULARPRICE
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$29.75 $35.90 VALUES 93 0 wd '' $3.98 $4.98 VALUES

$24-99 C. 1c4: $2.69 I w
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YOUR FAVORITE WARM WEATHER FABRICS! s J.
YOUR FAVORITE SUMMER TIME STYLES! 1I
THE GREATEST MONEY SAVING" .; SUNBACKS! ,
SHIRTWAIST .t
a JACKET DRESSES! O
WORKMANSHIP.SALE EVER OFFERED NEW!PATTERNS FINEST s., .. '' ...- '. COOL AIRY VOILES! DACRON POLYESTERS! I 2 FOP $5.00 I I /
i'PIMAS. BROADCLOTHS. GINGHAMS!
TO CHOOSE FROM. WE HAVE
INCLUDED OUR NEW FALL SUITS PRINTS, STRD3S CHECKS, PLAINS SOLIDS! IVEY..FLOPOVER..REGULAR COLLAR STYLES..
IN THIS SALE! zK"" .......,. WHITE PASTELS BRIGHT COLORS. DARKS NEW PATTERNS. ALL SIZES.
SIZES 5 TO 7 -10 TO 20-12J4 TO 22H
-} $3.98 COTTON $2.98 $3.98 $2.98 MEN
All NATIONALlY ADVERTISEDLINE j
$1.69 MEN'S $3.98 MEN'S $2.95 WESTERN PANTS STRAWIIATS POLO SHIRTS
SPORT SHIRTS BANLONS
HATS
INCLUDED IN THIS SALE !

- I i+ 99cV9I ALL SUMMER 79c FULL $299 $199 $169

HATS FASHIONED HOSE s

I 2 PRICE 2 PBS. $1,00 FORTUNE AND JARMAN SHOE SALE !

I SAVE MEN'S' SPORT COATS! AT UNUSUAL SAVINGS !

t I ONE GROUP- ONE GROUP REGULAR . .
$8.95
$9.95 $10.95
I ENTIRE STOCK SPORTSWEAR
$14.95 $16.95 VALUES $22.50 $24.75 VALUES JP" .1 j

$S1 MUST BE SOLD! OUT THEY GO! 5 : BROKEN ODD LOTS SIZESDISCONTINUED

$999 44" i STYLES $699
f i'f All SWIMSUITS 1-3 OFF! < HURRY DOWN! SAVE! I

f OUT THEY GO! MUST SELL TERRIFIC SAVINGS ! ''
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SAVE NOW HUBBY DOWN. SMART: NEW FOOT WEAR
r A 2.98 SHORTS . 1.99
'., CHOOSE FROM THIS BIG SELECTION
TRULY REMARKABLE MONEY SAVERS I \ 3.98 BEBMUDBB .2.99 4) LOAFERS AND OXFORDS
r 3.95 KNEE KNOCKERS RS 2.99

; I 'i' MEN'S' SLACKS ij At 3.98 SKIRTS . 2.99 IL

$9.95 ..$10.95 VALUES Lw \ 2.98) BAGS . .. 1.99 $ 95

n WASH WEAR 55% r 2.98 BLOUSES . .1.99
p
I" DACRON 45% WORSTED
WOOL INCLUDED IN THIS $699 dkl :j' '4 y i. 3.98 BLOUSES . 1.99

:4 SENSATIONAL SALE /11 2.98 POLO SHIRTS .1.99

SAVE NOW! MEN1'' SLACKS SHOE SALE TENNIS .BASKETBALL
JUST RECEIVED BIG SHIPMENT
s $US $7.95 VALUES J AMAZING VALUES! TERRIFIC} VALUES NEW AND STYLES OXFORDS LOAFERS SHOES AND OXFORDS
Wc 111 A BIG SELECTION
WASD7N WEAR AT THIS $4 99I DRESSES DRESSESSAVE
r GIVE AWAY PRICE. 1
-- YOU MUST HURRY! $499 $1,99 $2,99 $3,99
I SAVE \
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1 I MEN'SORESSSLACKS' $ 1.99 MOREBARGAIN $299 MOSEBARGAIN $ 399: ? 0 'A-REAL SAVES.; !..ALL MONEY'SIZES. THIS BRING SALE.THE JUST BOYS WHAT IN DURING THEY

HERE YOU'LL FIND VALUES UP TO $5.99 RACK. RACK. OUT THEY GO! NEED FOR CAMP. SAVE NOW!
ODD LOTS..ODD SIZES .i A GIVE AWAY!
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LEGAL HOTICK LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOURTH IN THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUITOF ESTIMATE:'OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS. GENERAL FUND

FOR TAX DEED IN THE COURT OF THE FLORIDA. IX AND FOR CLAY COUNTY:: :, FLORIDA

See. 1S4.1S. F. S. COUNTY JUDGE CLAY COUXTY. Fr the Fiscal Year EBdlaff September :SO, 1M4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA. NO. HH ACCT. NO. CLASSIFICATION AMOUNT

I that H. O. Toothaker the holder IX PROBATEIn MINNIE S. 130 Taxes 4.85 Mills on assessed valuation of
Estate S. Buzatt GURR.Plaintiff.
re: of Ella
of the followingcertificates has Deceased.TO $33.409,000.07 . .. .. ...... $113.533.65
:filed said certificates for a tax ALL CREDITORS AND va. 100 Libraries .. . . .. .... ... .840.01
deed to be Issued thereon. The PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR JAMES L. STRICKLAND and 114 Railroad & Telegraph . . .. ... 325; .00
certificate numbers and years of DEMANDS AGAINST SAID BESSIE STRICKLAND his 115 Race Track . . . . ... ... .. 5.0"l1
issuance the description of the ESTATE wife; JOHNNIE MAE OLIVER; 116 Insurance Agents County License Tax .. 400.00

property and the .'names in You and each here- ELIZABETH STRICKLAND 123 Hospital Aid to Indigents ..... .. ...... 3.113 50
which it was asse .n are as by notified and ofajwojare required to BRUMBELOW. JAMES 135 Candidates Filing Fee. ... ..... .. .. 2,540 00

foUowzCertIfIcate 92 sent claims?aflJd* demands pre LEONARD STRICKLAND. If lIT Occupational Licenses ........ ... . .... l.tOO.1)1>>
No. which any either of alive. and the unknown spouseof 138 Beverage Licenses .. . .. .. ... ..,._. (00 00
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS P1"ITO SERVICE Tear of Issuance June 1, 19(1. have you. or the estate yon of may EllaS. JAMES LEONARD 139 Building Permits & Zoning Fees ... ..... 1,000.00>>
Deecription of Property Lot 11 against STRIOKLAND. if alive, and. 152 . . .
Blk. 13 Fleming Island EstateS Buzatt deceased late of said If dead. the unknown spouse Excess Fees .. ....... ... -*, 8.00000
S Sec. 38 T. S. i R. E. County to the County Judge of
26E.
/ Clay County. Florida. at his heirs, devisees, grantees. Total Estimated Receipts .. .. ..... .... 1128.71215Less
RALPH F F. INLET MARINA GEORGE WEEKS nie Name Grove&All in which assessed An- office in the court "House of said creditors.claiming by or through other parties underor 5- .% . . . . ..... ... 11,435(1
95% of Estimated Receipts . 2L7.2714
PIANO SERVICE the of said property being in County Florida at within Green Cove six calendar Springs. against the said JAMES Balances to be Brought Forward: ::==:=:: 80.396.9C: :
County of Clay. State of LEONARD STRICKLAND:
MERCURY & JOHNSONENGINES Florida. months from the time of the
: MILBERGEROrange ALONZO A.. STRICKLAND,
Tuning Repairing Unless such certificate or first publication of this notice. unmarried: NADENE Total Estimated Receipts and; Balances .. 5197.671.50:

certificates shall be redeemedaooording Two copies of each claim or STRICKLAND WHITEHEAD.
& Ferris Street PHONE 284-3273 to law the property demand shall 'fee in writing and and HETTIE FAYETTE ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES GENERAL FUND
CROSBY BOATS CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA
described in such certificate shall state the place of residenceand -
Box: 6O HibernU IU. or ENGLAND.. For the Fbnale.r E..1r September 39, 1M-1
(next to bus station) certificates will be sold to the post office address .of the Defendants.
TRAILERS ACCT. XO. CLASSIFICATION'Salaries AMOUNT
EE-ZY Green Core Springs highest bidder at the court house claimant and-shall be sworn 'toby AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT
REFRIGERATIONAND 211 County Commissioners .. . 12000.00
the his
claimant or
agent
door the first In
SALES & SERVICE Month on- Monday attorney and accompanied by a THE STATE OF FLORIDATO 212 Salary. Clerk to Board . . .. ..... 4.800 00
Of August. 19(3. which
: ALONao A. STRICKLAND.Residence .
216 Salary Supervisor of Registration ...... 3.000.11'
fee of dollar and
AIR CONDITIONINGService OUTBOARD REPAIR is the 5th day of August. 19(3. such filing claim one demand not so : California Men'sColony 219 Other Adm. Salaries . . . ... 5,000.00
REAL, ESTATE Dated this 1st day of July or Los Padres California -
1963. filed shall be void. 221 Fees. Clerk of Circuit Court .. ...... 900.00
; Mailing Address: California 224 Commission, Assessor of Taxes .. ..... 2..000.00
17 Orange Park Carol Ann Eaton
Hwy. SEAL)
:Men's Colony. P. O. Box E,
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L. Carlisle & J. C. 225 Commission. Collector of Taxes- .. ..... 20,000 00
Home Phone 284-9780 Phone CO 4-9835 CLARENCE B. LAZETI'ELiseensed Clerk George of Circuit Court of As Co-executors Sapp of the Last win Room 2280. Los Padres. Cali- 227 Coroner's Fee for Inquest ... .. .. .. COO.09
tfornia: 241 : ... . oil
and Ella Maintenance of Courthouse 11.500
Testament of S. Bucatt.
Business Phone 2849581GIN'S" Clay County. Florida JAMES. LEONARD STRICK: 242 :Maintenance of Other Adm. BuIl-ding8. 3,000 09
INSURANCE Broker In July 4. 11. 18. & 25 deceased. LAND if: alive, and the unknown 261 {Elections and Registrations ..... .. 15.000 00
July 4, 11. 18. & 25 spouse!! of JAMES 2(2 Legal Advertising and Expense ... 3000.00
Green Cove Springs LEGAL, NOTICE LEONARD STRICKLAND. 11 2(8 Miscellaneous Expenses 1.000 Ob
A Since 1037 alive, and. if dead, the un- 270 Administrative Supplies 10.500 v i9(
-.g LEGAL NOTICE known spouse heirs, devisees 271 Discharge Fees Convicts .... 15'0:> 0

Q' 6. Refrigeration .... IX THE COCXTY JUDGE'S grantees, creditors or other 275 Salary. Juvenile Judge .. 1.60)01<
t1j-- Homes Farms Acreage COURT IX AND FOR parties claiming by. through 311 Part Salaries St. Atty.. Circuit Judge,
And Air CLAY IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF under or against the said Small Claim Court 2.52509:::
TK ConditioningSERVICE 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284.4323CAREY'S COUNTY File Xo. 603 FLORIDA CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA JAMES LEONARD STRICK- 542 Tubercular Hospitals! 3.00'-1 0)')

JlATIONWID IN RE: ESTATE OF !. CHANCERY LAND, Residences: 562 Insanity Inquiries .. ?'M> 09\

4 :; LILA TAYLOR COLLINS :%: o. sees UNKNOWN; 563 General Welfare .300.00
ECEASEI All parties having or claiming 563 General Welfare ..... 1.615\:! \)
TRADING POST NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Leo J. Paige.plaintiff have any right title or Interest -I 565 Hospital Service for the Irs igest 12.613:; oil
all creditors and all in the property describedin (71 County Service Officer 1.300 09\
Chrysler Airtmp Sales HERMAN E. REED WE BUY SELL TRADE having claims demand persons against I I vs. the Complaint filed In this 672 Civil Defense! 9.01)1.i DI(II
said estate or Alice B. Paige cause. 676 Zoning Department ............ 8.tOO.00
Authorized Philco 400 W. Walnut St. Three locations: You and: each of you are Defendant You are hereby notified that a 677 Library Operating Bipcaaoa 2l.84i'! i>I\\4

Service hereby notified and required to NOTICE OF SUIT suit has been filed against you 681 Agriculture 22945.00
Phone 284-6721 C' 15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-3280 present any claims and demands THE STATE OF FLORIDATO and JAMES L. STRICKLANDand 682 Fire Control .& County Volant.* .
Day Ph. 284-3680 which you or either of : Alice B. PaigeResidence BESSIE STRICKLAND his Fire Depts. ... 14.... no I
Green Cove SpringsE. S' Warehouse & antiques old have again the estate you of may Lila Unknown wife; JOHNNIE MAE OLIVER; 685 Publicity . .. .. ..r.. .-. .IO
284-3402
Night Bldg. S. Are. Taylor Collins deceased, late of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ELIZABETH STRICKLAND 689 Florida Forest Service. Farm Fr.*tr .. 1._'" "19
S. Palmetto Gym Orange Clay County, Florida. to the that a suit has been filed B R U I B )] LOW. NADENE 811 Furniture & Kqulpn eat . ...... :."."') (1(1
.> "BIG TOP" tent Blanding Hon. Thomas J. Rivers, County against you in the above entitled STJRICKLAXD WHITEHEAH 812 Other Administrative Buildings. ... .. ... f> '. I Iii.( .)
Green GOTO Springs Judge of Clay County in the cause and you are hereby and HETTIE FAYETTE ENGLAND 821 Jail Additions . ... .. t 12 "I( 1 '(11)
Blvd. At Ridgewood County Courthouse in Green required to serve upon plain- in the above entitled 842 Hospital Authority .. ... .. .. .... 3-:; '''' ) ilil
Cove Springs. Clay County Flo- tiff's attorney whose name and cause and that you are hereby
UPHOLSTERING Furniture & appliances at rida, within six months (from address appear tiereon. your required to file your answer TOTAL APPROPRIATE* .. .. .. $%71.t>7.> ->(9
the date of the first publicationof written defenses, if any, to the with the Clerk of this Court RESERVE FOR CONTINGHKCIBSKESKUVE .... 1 4.00 3 00
I bargain pri: s 8tfc this notce.Each bill of complaint in said suit and to serve a copy thereof upon FOIl CASH BALANCETO
ESTIMATESALL claim or demand must be copy of which is delivered to the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorneys BE CARRIED FORWARD . .. 12.1'>.' .00
FREE in writing and must state the you herewith on or before whose names and address -

HAIRCUTS place of residence and postofflce August 5 A. D. 19(3. E. is JRand: WILLIAM ARTHUR C. WORK GUARANTEED address of the claimant and must Herein fall not or decree pro
be sworn to by the claimant confesso will be entered againstyou BOONE. 102 Florida Title Build
his agent, or his attorney, or it for the relief prayed in ing. Jacksonville 2. Florida. not I ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND HECHIPTS. ROAD ABRIDGE
ORANGE P.ARKUPIIOLSTERY We give will i become void according; to of later than August 2(, A. D. 1963.If FUND. CLAY COUNT; *-. FLORIDA
thrnbMlx Tto. .EltWt.SAID SUIT you fail to do so. Decree Pro I For the .'I..nal.ar Kndlaic: epleaiber 30, 19O1
"FirsiHaircut"Certificates law.Each creditor shall deliver BEING FOR Divorce. Confesso will "be entered against ACCT. XO. CLASSIFICATION AM O IT:XT
sufficient copies of his claim toenable (SEAL) you for the relief demanded in 130 Taxes S.SOMills of assessed valuation of

Archie PadgettOn the County to WITNESS my band and the the Complaint.The of $1.40'0.00 . .. .... .. | il.-nt .I t)
mail one to each &O1giepr seal of said! Court at Green nature of said; suit being 111 Gasoline Tax. 2'% of the 7tk cnt .... 28..HU. >)1(1\
Kinssley Are. Just BRADFORD PYKE sentative. Cove Springs. Florida this 1st for partition of the following 111.1 Gasoline & Motor Fuel Tax
Dated July 8, A. D. 1963. .. day of July A. D. 1963. described property: (County. Surplus) . . .. .. .. 11./.0.\11/ >i.-.)
East of Ilwy. 17 Rt. 2, Box 47 ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 Patricia Collins Cowdery GEORGE L. CARLISLE Those certain lands located in 112 Motor Fuel Tax 20% of the 7th ct ,"<"",' I)''l
Nancy Collins BruceAs Clerk Circuit Court Clay County. Florida to-wit: 113 Auto-Transportation Millage Tax .. .... 3.00009
Ph. Xo. COngress 4-9213 Green Cove Springs Ezecutrices of the Last Will By Vivian H. Sohm PARCEL I. ____ .
Orange Park Fla. Orange Park Barber Shop and Testament of Lila Taylor, Deputy Clerk The Southwest Quarter (SW | ,
Phone 2843859If Collins, Deceased. Jennings & Norton 4) of the Northwest Quarter TOTAiL ESTDLA tED RECEIPT ... ... $173.7.11: i 1 50LfKti .
Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 pjn. Marks Gray Yates. Conroy & I Attorney for Plaintiff. (NW'i) of Section 22. S% . . . . . .. S..lt .7
Long Distance Call CollectPAUL'S Gibbs. P. O. Box 571 vr- Township 4 South, Range. 28 *,* BBTIMATKD RECEIPTS ..... 160.'M' II
ELECTRICAL : same location for over 15 years Attorney :for the. Estate. Green Cove Springs Florida East, containing 40 acres, BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD:

231 E. Forsyth "St.. July 4. 11, 18, &. 25 _. more or less.PhCEI. !. CASH ... .. . . . .. .. ... :... 49.37007
-
I KINGSLEY & IiriVAY 17 Jackson*ille Florida II. TOTAL KSIMATED RECEIPtS:

July 11, 18. 25. \ug"L i The Northwest Quarter (N\V AND BALANCES . . .. .. .. J214.41' 0
Atlas Electric:: ,% riechanical LEGAL. XOTICE */4) of the Northwest Quarter
( ,\1.4) of Section 22. KVTIMAT12 Ol* KXPIlKlKS. ROAD *; IIHIDCIH FUND
COM panyVf SIGN PAINTING Township 4 South Range :23 ''
LEGAL OTJCE .,. ( I.em .%T', FLORID
.4 East, containing 40 acres, For the FUral Year Hndtatc September 30,IJMJl
\ dn all typis of electrical All Legal Beverages IX THE COU\TY! Jt DOE'S 'TOQIC or ls. ACCT. XO. CLASSIFICATION AMOI XT
XOTICE CO CUT IN A.M> FOR I together With an accounting of 411 Supervisor of Roads . . .. . .* :,. '.... >-..I
QUALITY OF
wirin; Open 8 A.){. to 1 A.M.: TAX APP1CATIOXFOU : CLAY {'OI'"T'Io'LOIUU..\' the rents profits etc, there- 413 ConvIct Guards . . . .. .. .... ll.12"il:; ) I
DEED .No. 4H4 from. and that said property b* 415 Free Labor . . . . i,'.'. .,> >
SHIPP Se-t" IfrJ.lft, r. S. IN RE: ESTATE OF OSCAR C. I sold and the proceeds thereof 421 Maintenance of Buildings . .. .. 1 ...."--I>
RAY Duval Cornty Line SIGN PAINTIINGLEE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, JOHNSON. Dreas >d. 1 distributed ta accordance with 422 Maintenance of Equipment .. . . 19./4)11.1'

Owner and Manager that H. O. Toothaker the holderof NOTICE OF FILING FIXAL said aecountRr and the Inter 422 .. 0a alfne and Oil . . . . .. 17 '">. A
North of Orange Park the following certificates has RETIRX AND PETITION FOR ests of said defendants and for 1' 424 .General Supplies and Incidental .. .... :.700 n...
Phone 284-9228 \VARXER\ filed said certificates :for a tax APPROVAL OF IUTl.nx.XU further rHet.WITNESS 427 Cr of Convkt .. .. ''.""'
yc.
... deed to.be i issued thereon. The FOR OH IHit OF DISCHARGE, my hand and the seal .431 1' ('nt of Material : : :: : :: :: :. :.JF: 1" '.: ., ,
-- ------ -- 305 Glendening Road certificate umbers and years of' EXECUTRIX of said four at Greei" Cove i 442 Workmen'* Compensation Insurance .. .' *,>,.

% Park Fla. '-, .- Lseuancs.- description of there NOTICE ,l HEREBY GIVEN Springs. Fl.orfd.aL! flg... ..22n... dAy. of Wav . ... .... .. .. ,.. 4 ",""' }
Orange fef .4 r v 1iI.? /
that I filed July A. P. a6 -46.r"--
t, *rU. and the name -inwhidi have my final return :::1... 4 ; '* J'.OUt'.I'
KNOCKS Phone 26.16316INSTIUJCTIONS is was assessed are; a:s as Executrix of the :Last Will I oKOKofc L Ifir &'. Itbad Tax to Nuatcipmirr.m.! ... is.'son /If Ii

. PPORTUNIH (lERf 11 I follows:Certificate No. 95 and and Testament Third Codicils and First of Oscar Second C. Clerk Grace of theBy M. (RLlfE.rt. .. ; ..--

: or SCHOOLS Johnson, deceased therein requesting Deputy !
Year of Issuance June 1. 1961 approval of the return July' 25. August. 1. 8. 15, 19(3 I TOTAL APPROPRIATION .. ., flf 41RKBRRX'E 1 -..IJ4 Description of Property Lot and order of discharge; and after FOR COlt"TINGJDoNCIES . 1.;; 'I.r i n jRB3ERVE
I 19 & 2 0 .Blk. 14 A Fleming Island LEGAL :NOTICE
publication of FOR CASH BALANCETO
JOB SECURITY: Can be yours Estate SID Sec. 38, T. S. 5. once each week tfor this four notice consecutive BE CARRIED FORWARD . . 1-:: '. ', 09(
SALE R. E. 26E.
FOR FOR RENT by preparing now for coming: Name in which assessed Helen weeks I will apply to IX CIRCUIT COURT --
CIRCUIT
O. Johnson.All the Honorable Judge of the KOtUTH JUDICIAL TOTAL BUDGET . . . . 1214.4130(1:; (
Civil Service Examinations.For OF' FLORID %
County Judge's Court in and ESTIMATE OK RKVKNUKS AND RBCHIPT! FINK *
of said
bedroom property being in CL.COI' T", FLORIDA -
FOR S.LEI FOR RENT: Nice' 2 bedroom Information: Write-Ad. the County of Clay State of for Clay County. h old, forapproal IB CHANCERYXo. FORKRITI'IIK FUND, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
house Elsie Street Hilltop Florida. of said return 367S For the FliM-al Year llmiltmx September 30. IWtl
house, newly painted inside and vance-P. O. Box 218 Lady Unless such certificate or and for an order of final discharge PIONEER FINANCE COMPANY, ACCT. :NO. fLAIHIFir"' )()\ AMOI NT
P\ Section call 281-3860. out reasonable certificates shall be redeemed as Executrix of the Last 130 Taxes 3-94 Mills on Assessed! Valuation
large yard Florida. corporation.
appliances a
25-tfc Lake according to law the property Will and Testament and First, Plain ttff of 523.Ie'9s..o . .. .. ... ... ... 70. 27fJt)
turnished. Call Penney described in such certificate or Second and Third Codicils of!I vs. 1(0 Fees. Sheriff Civil . . .. ... 3.0no.o/<
Farms 20tfc certificates will be sold to the Oscar C. Johnson, deceased. EARL C. ELAM and IRIS BiLA I. 144 Fines & Forfeiture' Krtr atd B*.rito .. 14.000).01).
529-8211. Dated
FOR SALE: Two narrow rim JOB security can be yours by highest bidder at .the courthouse HELEN; July J.2. BROWN 1963. his wife; SHEPPARD L. ELLIsON 17( County Judge Receipts . ........ .. 8.22400
for Civil door on the first Monday and NEALY E. ELLISON
preparing now coining As Executrix
26" bicycle tires and tubes. Excellent in Month of August. 193. of the Last Will his wife.

condition. Phone 284- Service exams. Send name which is the ath day of August and and Testament Third and First. Second defendant TOTAL Estimated Receipts .. .. .... ... $115.45109(

address and number to 1963. Johnson Codicils of Oscar C. NOTICE OF SUIT LBSS 5* . . . .. . .. 5.77211:! :
phone
3166. FOR RENT: 6 room house Dated this let day of July July 4, 11 deceased., 18, & 25 THE' STATE OF FLORIDA 93% OF ESTIMATED RBCBIPTS .. ... 109.67S 4i
NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE 1963.SEAL. EARL C. ELAM Residence Unknown BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD:

partially furnished, 2 bed. ( ) CASH . . . . . . . .. 33,32155
FOR SALE: Kroydon-Tommj rooms 2 enclosed porches living INC. Box A, Clay County George L. Carlisle IRIS ELAM. Residence Un-
Crescent Green Cove Springs, Clerk of Circuit Court of LEGAL NOTICE known. TOTAL Estimated Receipts and Balances $143.onn 00
Bolt Championship Golf Clubs room dining room electric Clay County Florida You are hereby notified that a
Fla. 2-8-1 July 4, 1L. 18. & 25 suit has been filed against
t Bag and cart. 1 dozen goli kitchen. 5 miles south Green in the above entitled cause; and you ESTIMATE OF KXPKXSKS, FINE A FOHFH1TUHB FUND:
IX THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORJDA
balls. New. Contact Holcomb, Cove on Hwy 17. Call 284-9744 TilE FOLRTII that you are hereby required to
LEGAL OTICE JUDICIAL For the Flaral lear KmiUm Septeutber' 30. 1M.
WOMEN 18 to 53 PLUS ? ? ? file your answer with the Clerkof
CIRCUIT: OF FLORIDA IN AND CLASSIFICATION
IOt.\'T!
'CCT XO.
Fleet Reserve Club. 284-9123
I this Court and to a
DOCTORS and DENTISTS: IV TilEt.'RT OF FOR CLAY COUXTYIX opy thereof upon the plaintiffor serve 315 Salary. Prosecuting Attorney . .... 30009/)
7-11 ChANCERYCASIO 316 Salary. Sheriff Deputies & Aaviataat .. 47,7i.ol< < <
FOR RENT: 3-room furnished Need women to train to be CLAY THE COfNTY.{'OIXT.ll'DE FLORIDA NO. 34174 name plaintiff's and address attorney is: ARTHURT. whose I 318 Salary: County Judge A. Clerk . .. .. 17210.00: :

SELL OR TRADE: Several Assistants, Receptionist, Office IX PROBATE :NOTICE: OF FORECLOSURE BOOXE and WILLIAM C. : 321 Fees & Cost. Clerk of Circuit Court .. 3.001).01)
apt., at 100 West St.. $50 with PROCEEDINGS GUTHRIE. JR.. 102 Florida Title 324 Fees and cost. Justice of Peace . .... 6,00000
good used cars utility trailer lights and water. Phone GCS Management and Practical In re; ALL Estate CREDITORS of PHILIP AMARATO AXD ELWOOD S. JOHNSON Building Jacksonville 2. Florida I 326 Fees & Cost Constable . .. .. ...... I.teo.ooI

power mowers rototiller electric Home Nursing. Preliminary PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Plaintiff. not later than August 19, A. D. 327 Conviction Fees .. ... . ... .. ..... 3.5000'/ )
284-3213. 5-9c DE1L"tDS.G..IXST SAID 1963. I 328Witness & Juror Fees .. ...... ...... 1.20 00
refrigerator. 40" gas stove, training given at home in your ESTATES CECIL C. JOHNSON vs. and DALE If you fail to do *o. decree I 329 Other Court Coat & Pee .. . .. 4.000.09

electric time. For information You and each of you are here- JOHNSON now DALE HILTONand pro corrfesso will be entered 331 Expenses. Other than SaJarte. Cfrwttr Judge 2.11500'
singer machineT.
sewing FOR RENT: 2 bedroom spare by notified and required to present L. B. HILTON against you for the relief demanded 341 :Maitenancc of Jail . .. ........ 3.00409\
V., water Pump, 15" tires housf address and phone number to: !! any claims and demands DefendantsTHE in the complaint. 364 Expenses other than ftalari, (Sfcrtfff) 11.00.1)0)
on large lot. Convenient to which you, or either of you. The nature of said suit being 3Gi Investigations (Sheriff) ... ..... .. .. 70009
and wheels. Ph. 284-9335 school and church. "Careers, P. O. Box 218, Lady may have against the estate Of STATE OF FLORIDA-to: for the foreclosure of Mortgage 824 Equipment (Sheriff) .... . .......... (..oe 00
Stove fur Lake Florida. 5.30 6-20-c PHILIP AMARA. deceased late CECIL C. JOHNSON E S 1D&.CE encumbering the following des- 858 Equipment (County Judge) ..... ... 600.00
: 1230 South Washington cribed property situate In Clay
nished. Phone 284-4244. of said County. to the County
.
Ave. El Florida
FOR SALE: Two fine pure bred Judge of Clay County Florida Dorao. Arkansas DALE County. :
7-25 8-15-c MEN-WOMEN 18 to 55 plus? at his office in the court house JOHNSON now DALE HILTONRESIDE..CE Lot K. Block 3. Section TOTAL APPROPRIATION .. ... .... $120.445.00;;
RIDGEWOOD DIVI-
Jersey milk cows. For Information : UNKNOWN L. 19.
of said County of Green Cove RESERVE FOR CONTINOBKC1B8

phone 2846292. 7-18-c Motel or Resort Management. Springs Florida within six R. HILTON-RESIDENCE: UN- according SION of Orange to Plat. Park 951 County . . ... ......... 3.80000RESERVE
recorded -
calendar months from the timeof KNOWN
Men. Women Couples FOR OONTINOaNClBS
JOB WANTED or can In Deed Book
the first publication of this YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED "Q" page ((3, Current 952 Sheriff ... . .. ..... .... (,446.0
RESPOSSIBLEV031A.1I.l. desires make high salary plus apart notice. Two copies of each claim that a Complaint to foreclose Public Records', Clay RESERVE FOR CONTINOHKCIBS954 '

ment. Pick own location Or demand shall be In writing a certain mortgage on the County. Florida. County Judge .. .. .. .... ... SOO.C9
work your
; LOST: Wallet in vicinity of as a housekeeper or and shall state the place of residence following described real pro WITNESS my hand and the "

babysitter. Will with our Placement Assistance and post office addressof perty located in Clay County. seal of said Court RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE
Clay Theatre. If found returnto do ironing the claimant and shall be Florida to-wit at Green
I Learn at home in : Cove Springs; Florida this 13th TO BE CARRIED FORWARD ......... 1.10909
to the claimant
Call 284-9497. your spare sworn by agentor Lot 3. Block GOLDEN
E. B. Fyke. Rt. 2, Box 47. and 10. day of July, A. D. 19(3.
accompanied bya
time. For Personal Interview filing attorney fee of one dollar and GATE :)MANOR in the City (SEAL) TOTAL BUDGET .. ... .... ..... .. SllS.ttO.0
Ph. 284-3859. Reward. 7-5-c of Green Cove Springs aa GEORGE L. CARLISLE

Write-American-P. O. Box such filed shall claim be or void.SHELEN demand. not so per map or plat recorded Clerk of the Circuit Court I STATE OF FLORIDA

n.A.'TED-AU old U. S. Coins 218 Lake Lady, Florida. AMARA In Plat Book 2 at page 59 By Grace M. Carlisle COUNT OF CLAYI
of the Pn-blic records of hereby certify that the foregoing' U true and correct
As Executrix of the Last Will SEALDeputy a copy
I Pay cash for one or 1,000. 5302Oc and Testament of PHILIP .yCounty,-Florida. Clerk of the ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RBCBIPTS AND ESTIMATE -

Phone 284-9517. AMARA.: deceased.T. has been filed against you and OF EXPENSES FOR CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. for the
; & J. JennIngs Jr. you are required to serve a LEGAL NOTICE Fiscal Tear Ending September 3*. 1964. a. tentatively adopted br
L ; JONES HALL NURSERY Attorney for Executrix copy of your answer or pleading the BOARD OF COITNTT COMMISSIONBRS OF SAID COUNTT.

Now Open 7 Days A Week July 11. U. 25. & Aug. 1 19(3 to the said Complaint upon LEGAL NOTICE at a SPECIAL MEETING held on July 22, lOU following .
Plaintiffs attorney, JENNINGS.
xTi7t NOTICE REGULAR :MEETING on July .. 1968.
HELP WANTED: Young man. Come Out Browse Around JR. P. O. Green CLAY COUNTY: FLORID Notice Is hereby given that the said BOARD OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
experienced for part time work LEGAL NOTICE Cove Springs Florida and file NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN will meet on Monday August 12. 19(3. at 9:6* o'clockA.
See Our the
Stock original pleadingin
FOR THE BEST in all-round I answer or that pursuant to Section 9 of ].I. in the Commissioners' Meeting Room In the Ctottrthonse (a
in store WymanGrocery IX THE COrJTTY JVDGE'SCOURT the office of the Clerk of Chapter UUI. Laws, of Florida. time there wm be heard
grocery Highway 13 South of New Green Cove Springs. Florida at wntdi
good printing try the CRESCENT OF CLAY COUNTY, the Circuit Court of Clay Count7.Flort4& Acts of 1937. known as the Murphy .
complaint, if any there be against the adaption / tfee foregoing'
1164 North Orange FLORIDA on or before the 19th
Bridge turn right at CsHecove Act. the following described
PRESS INC. The price I. .....t. day of August A. D. 19(3, or a land la Clay County. Florida Estimate of REVENUES *: RECEIPTS AND ESTIMATE OF EX.

Is right. Ave. 7-25-c Store follow signs. :X: .. 523 decree pro confesso will be entered will b* offered for sale at public PENSES. GBORGB L. CARLISLE
In reEstate of HERBERT against you. This notice outcry fo rthe highest and best
FINCH deceased. shall be published once each cash bid. subject to the CLERK or CIRCUIT COURT
Mil+' iiii+i nil M 11+11 i -H--I--i i -t-++4--H--I i M* 111 i 11 i ,NOTICE OF FILING FINAL week for four consecutive weeks right of CLAY COUKTT. FLORIDA
-- -n i i : i i i 'i M M i-i i ; o fthe Trustees of the Internal
RETCR-N. AND OF PETITION In the Clay County Creecent of Improvement Fund SEAL.
to reject
KOR, ORDER OF Green Cove SprIngs Florida. and. all bids. at the front Court any .
11 : : : : :
L t : AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY OISTTUBCTIOX AND OF WITNESS my band and the house door la Green C o T e LEGAL NOTICE'
seal
FINAL DISCHARGE of said Court at Green Cove Springs beginning at lt:.t A.M.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Springs Florida this 17th day on August %1. 19(3. IW THE CLAY COUNTYJVDGE'3
. .
. . .-.---.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.- . of July AJ 19(3.
.W T T TTT. """II''"'! . -.-'rigra r-- ; that we have filed our final return Outside of municipalities ease- COURT IN AND FOB
.. Executor of the Last. (SEAL) meat for road right -of way 2.. CLAY CO 1'fTY'' FLORIDAIN
Will and Testament of HER- GEORGE L. CARLISLE feet wide will b* reserved from RE: ESTATE GT JOSEPHINED.
FURNITUREAIR DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT BERT FINCH deceased tnareiarequesting CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT any parcel through which then<< W tLK IN, deceased.
approval.strgu re COURT OF CLAY is an existing state road. As to NOTICE OF INTENTION
BASE FURNITURE CO turn. an order of COUNTY FLORIDA all lands title to one half of all TO APPLY FOR" FINAL

Fine Furniture AMERICAS and an order of final discharge. July 1*. 25, Aug. 1. I petroleum and three fourths of DISCHARGENottc
EASTERLJNQ PHARMACY
After publication of this notice other minerals will be reserved. I. hereby given that SHOP
Carpeting ApplUncce OFFICE SUPPLY CO. once each week for four ca*. AU fissionable material is re I have filed my_ Final Report
entive weeks will served.Th and petition for. Final DU-
Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service the Judge of th.. County IgJ LEGAL :NOTICE' !: following Lots In Lak. charge a* : s cwtor.of the estate -wtf
t 5053 Roosevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner ::fd.n and for Clay .9d Geneva Subdivision.Lot ftf JOSEPHINE IX WILKIN.
Jacksonville EV approval of t. Blk. 31 DeeMMd. and that 7-4811 Complete! Cosmetic Dept. final return for an order of distribution HOTXCB THTDBB FICTITIOUS Lot 13. Blk. 31 of August. 1968, will reply HOMEAY.
Specialists in of remaining assets of NA : LAW Lot 15. Blk. 31 to the Honorable Tnetna J.
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equipment the estate and for an order of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Lot 11. Blk. 32 River County Judge of Clay
final discharge as executors of that the undersigned, desiring to Lots 'AA5jin Blk. 32 Couatr. Florida, for approval of
t Pacemakers and Peerles the Last Will and Testament of 1D.' business Os-ante Lot 4 27 said Final Report and for flaal
Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries Herbert Finch, deceased. engage Florida at. of Lots (. J. 13 A 2.. Blk. 27Lot discharge as Executor of aid
Air Stream for Travel Dated: July 2. 19(3. Park. under the name 11. Blk. 27 **tate.
Used TnJlen- aak FlaaaeiBf Complete Line of Greeting 'aWalter D. Finch SPARKS T. V. 8BBV1CK.' : Intend "Trustee of the Internal Im- This 10th day of Jnly. 1562.
/*/ Adelaide Finch R y1f1" to register ta* said name with r'rov.ment Fund of the State of Richard C. Gordl
6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 20M Bl&Ac11D.c BlTL, Cards As Executors oX the Last. Will the Cleric of the Clrcmit Court Florida.By Executor
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. INC and Testament of Herbert Finch of day County Florida. : George L. Carlisle. Agent Richard C. Gordie

XV a.a JaeboaYl1M ET $-ITZI 2655-57 Park St. Jackjoavffl deceasd. /./ Sparks Jones Jr. Trustees L I. Fund Attorney for the Estate
7. July 4. It 11. &: 25 July 25. Aac 1. 1. 1* Clay County Florida July 11. 18. 25; Aug. 1. 19SS



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PAGE EIGHT THURSDAY JULY 25, 1963
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Group forms r r PAm PUNCH LINES I HAVE SOME GOOD FISHERMEN LUCK


Dad's Club
| An unprecedented number of

A group of Green Cove Dad: : I i multiple catches of Schlitz-
| tagged fish was reported as the
met Tuesday night with Coact s I
1963 Florida .
Schlitz F1.sh1n.gI
Billy Montgomery to form *
; I Derby moved into the final two
new Dads Club to "stimulate t
weeks In central Florida (Zone
greaterinterest and dsvelop-
3) and into the final six weeksin
athletics in
of Clay Higt
Jt
north Florida (Zone 4)
Schools. creating an enthusiasm

that will serve to awakera a Statewide totals in the derby

spirit of character sportsmanship kio rA'' r- to date are 1.333 fish worth

leadership and scholastic 38297.
Start trend in
a new partyfare y a
achievement among al? serve a coffee-flavored punch. I A record 12 Schlitz fish were
Your crowd will love a brimming .
snagged by a military officer
the students of our schools and bowl of this creamy Mocha

the people of our community.*" Punch. Instant coffee contrib- I from Georgia fishing in the vicinity -
utes rich flavor and ease of prep- S
tJ of St.
Augustine--which
The constitution and by-
aration; chocolate syrup and
laws were adopted and the following whipping cream give it a mellow '- 'ar4 was the locale of the other mul-
deliciousness and mint-flavored I tiple catches. too. All
officers elected: Joy poufs of whipped cream may be the

Goolsby president; Jim McCUl- floated atop the punch or addedto I multiple catches were salt
r
each individual Serve
lough, vice-president; Elliott this sophisticated refresher cup. at z p J water fish, all but two being

McGuire, secretary; Nate Cats- your very next party and watch I sea bass. Three carried $50
those sippers sip!
pole treasurer; and Joe Ger- Mocha Punch tags the rest $255 tags.
The big tagged hauls were
hardt director. 6 tablespoons Instant Maxwell
House Coffee brought in by Lt. Cot Sidney J.
Others present for the meet-
2 quarts milk K y 55 Rocke. Ft. Benning, Ga., 12
+
Ing were Eugene Kirker. Ed 1V4 cups chocolate syrup "y LL r5-5 dV
3 whipping fish worth $325 Richard
Taylor. Fred Lindsley. Johr.McKinley cups cream ;
10 drops mint extract
Rocke St. Augustine 9 fish
and Mr. Henderson Combine instant coffee and 1 New JANGOS from Orange Park are, bat k row second from right Elizabeth Boniface and right end Jackie Brouillette.
Membership cards will go or cup of the milk in a punch bowl. "OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH U. S. NAVY" worth $250; Donna C. Steinbeck -
soOn. Beat until coffee is completely St. Augustine 7 fish
sale The club's first
dissolved. Add remaining milk GCS SOCIALSMiss FLORIDA
WILDLIFE SCRAFBOOK
GraduateJackie
project will be to furnish Clay the chocolate syrup and 2 cups Jangos Sara Page Long is a va- worth $175; Priestly Schmidt,
of the whipping cream. Stir well St. 6
High Athletes with the best to. blend. Brouillette and Elizabeth cation guest of Mrs. W. S.Allenat 0 Augustine, fish worth
of Park Flagler Beach. She expectsto O PLASTIC $150; James 8. Andrew. St
possible insurance available I Place remaining 1 cup of Boniface Orange q t J /' RED q WHITE .T' .
The cost of this project will be I cream and the mint extract in a were among the girls in the return the latter part of the : _; -" ; CORK Augustine. 4 fish worth $100;
c-: -TOY '
bowl. Beat until
separate cream and diplomas in ceremonies at week. 'a '\'
approximately $750.00. The I will hold peaks. poon in moundson ik G r USE LITHER \ s""i: and several persos who brought
top of punch in bowl or adda 7th graduating class of JAN- R OD AND REEL \ in catches of two and three
club needs and solicits the sup spoonful to each individual GOS who received their caps Melba Ann Bryan left Sun- oCANEPOLE 1 fi'#:1":"(
port of everyone. serving. Makes 24 servings Vi the Naval Hospital Chapel or day to spend .two weeks with 1 Schlitz-tagged specimens.

cup each.___. _.. July 12. her brother' and his wife Mr. ( L AOJUST ACCORDING BOBBER ONLINE The multiple catches have

To graduate each te n-agei and Mrs. Roger Bryan in = j 10 OR5 pOUND TO DEPTH OF WATER.TESTMONOF1LAMEiiT been reported to State Boardof
jJ -READJUSTFSH tWT/L:
y must have completed 100 hours Gainesville. : ''i<. : ARE LOCATED Conservation research per-
All oar roof Innared WITH CANE LE
carry an ;
bonded Guarantee on labor aaf combined classroom and ward- TUNE SHOULD sonnel as data for their studiesof
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material. We- only employ tint work in nurses' aide training. Derryl Rhbden son of Mr. 8E SAME rrAcll
,
( flrat elan roofer and them .-?: -2" fish habits notably what
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LOOJ by the hour to Innure pay yon of a The new class of 8 girls also and Mrs. Luther Rhoden. left 1 ... LEN6TH AS J 88 SHOT H aoK ABOVE'
first elan Job. Our workmen included Pam Ferris. Stephanis I last week for! Camp Ridgecrest ... r POLE fish biologists term "residence
are fully covered by laiinranreAl I North Carolina where he will "
Linda McClure. Alice LET $
specificity.
o we carry public liabilityand Maulden t How LINES
property daraaxe 1..Dt' Soester Barbara Brown and spend five weeks. V ATTACHED 'TO Zone totals in the Schlitz
for your protection while oa job cg"f
HOOKPULLr'GHT.
\Ve are al_ Lleenned. Shirley Priest. GO ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jarrell .' derby are as follows: Zone 1,

GLENN ROOFING COMPANY The diplomas were presentedby left sterday to return to their i ; 422 fish $11.627; Zone 2. 202
G
Capt. J. N. Hanna. com-
manding officer of the Naval home in El Paso. Texas fol- r- i fish. $4,837; Zone 3. 361 fish
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"41 years of quality workmanship" lowing a three weeks' visit ;; WORM 4 4,348 fish
Zone ,
Hospital and the caps were CR'CKET _E $10,450;
4417 Cambridge road, at Lakeshore Blvd. with their parents Mr. and BEGINNER RIG .
Goo
I the Chief Nurse, have been six
given out by PANF/S 11383. There
FDA! /
Near Roosevelt :Mall Jacksonville Florida Mrs. Fraser Bailey and Mr. and r? TOO.
Cdr. Geraldine Houp. AND SMALL 54SS Y $1.000 catches three of them
CALL EV 7-3161 Free Estimates Nile EV 8-1298 I Mrs. A. P, Jarrell.Mr. a.
Miss Brouillette is the daughter catches of
Best
in Zone 4.
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We value for
give -
more your money of Lt. Cdr. and Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. L. B. Brunson NB JY..err.;" = -: tagged red snapper during umyear's
We specialize in Commercial ResidentialAny Brouillette of West Holly Point "ftS'1
L( frsE
and their children Randy and #1'A L..M.8 derby have been In-Pen.-
type roofing shingles or gravel roof and roof repairs Rd.. and Miss Boniface is the Dell 'returned''recently from a LIO MINNOW
Mrs. John HOOK HRU LIPS sacola. where 21 tagged snapper
daughter of Cdr. and
Asbestos Siding; Aluminum Siding; Finance Arranged. furniture buying trip in At-
I fog SAss "IfMHINP Avkf 1'fL fNzc'RlD4
Boniface of Grasshopper Lane lanta. lJI&fM$SnCKLnJ PERCH have been reported.
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"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein to engagein

: business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined without

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the county where the principal place of business is, which registration shall

consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested persons,

stating under oath the names of all those interested in the business enterprise, the

y.t a ." jw extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said businessis

carried on. Said registration may not be made untl the person or persons desiringto

t engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their

intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four (4)) consecutive

weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county where said registrationis

.1 to be made and said registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the circuit

court except upon receiving proof of such publication."


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