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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: August 1, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME 37; NO. 30 :, GREEN COVE SPRINGS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1963 10 CENTS PER COPY



Another Town SALVAGE New' Factory'.


Takes The Bull Trio Asks Court Expected At \ Kennedy Popularity .


By The Horns Lake ButlerA


. The New Smyrna Beach city To DismissBond
new plant for the manu-

commission last week author- facture of plastic home prod- In County Plunges
ized and sold .
"anticipation rev- ucts is expected to be estab-

enue certificates" to finance lished in Lake Butler soon. ,

the completion of its new power ValidationCircuit T. M. Riherd. chairman of -- ._- w ;
plant rather than wait for a

Florida a $360,000 Supreme bond Court issue.rulingon Court was expected to validate Green Cove's $775,000 Authority the Union, County said that Development negotia- Lodging For A Nightwith Crescent Poll Shows:;'

revenue certificates to acquire the Naval base today. tions have advanced to the
The Volusia Citizens
County William A. Hallowes in, the State Attorney, has filed an point it is almost certain the
Council, local has ( Apologies to He continued to talk about I
a group, appealed answer to the City's bid for validation in which he says he can plant will locate in Lake Butlerits
a circuit court's valida- R. L. Stevenson) his wife and children; about Goldwater
show no cause for invalidation of the certificates. home. LeadingSeventyseven
tio of the revenue cerificates.A He came into The Crescent, a the walk; and the heat; about
However present at today's hearing will be attorneys for
The factory will employ how difficult was to get work.I
Supreme Court decision is not slight balding young man lug-
three Green Cove taxpayers who are intervening to seek dismissal -
expected before September. about 20 unskilled men under ging his imitation leather suit- Women clucked their sympathy per cent of Clay County's registered voters
of the proceedings. The issues raised in the latest actionare
Meanwhile, engineers advised 45 at the start and the labor case. and he talked on. AU he want- would vote against President Kennedy if the Presidential elec-
those which have been ruled the trio in
on against -
the city commission that the force will be increased as business "I need work," he said. His ed was a fair shake. He would tions were held tomorrow.

delay in completing the $2.5 earlier moves. grows Mr. Riherd said. lower lip quivered as. he spoke work. He would work until his This was revealed this week in a Crescent poll of a broad
If the petition of Edward Wiggins, Rex Smith and Frank
million power plant program The development authoritywill "My wife is about to have a hands were raw for his wife cross section of voters throughout the County, which in the last
Canova were granted, the effect would be to force the salvageof
had cost the city $400 a day construct a 12.000-square- baby. I haven't eaten since and children and that new election gave Mr. Kennedy 52 per cent of its total Presidentialvote.
the 1700-acre US government property at Green Cove. The
since July 4 and would cost foot building which will be used yesterday.: He peered furtively baby. His work was just so-so,I .
State has withdrawn its offer and except for the City there are
about $667 a day after September other takers. by the plant on a lease-pur- around the cluttered, dirty of- some had to be redone. Watch- In the 1956 Presidential election Clay was in the Republican

until the plant is completed. no chase arrangement. The factory ing others do over what he had.II column with 54 per cent of voters favoring President Eisenhower.
Acting as Green Cove taxpayers (Mr. Wiggins' total City fice.He
will produce such plastic looked at the sympatheticfaces he said he was more familiar Heading the list of those who might defeat the Presidentwas
tax bill last year was $389.50; Frank Canova's is $64 and Rex :
Under the agreement made: Smith's $34.50), the trio contended in their latest court action products as outdoors accesso- around him. The Cres- with the Job presses than put- Senator Barry Goldwater Republican, of Arizona, who was

last night. Goodbody and Co. ries, sculptured fountains... dec cent was already late its octo- ting a newspaper together. favored by 45 per cent of those polled. Governor Nelson Rocke-
(the third they have filed) that the City's petition for validationis
purchased the anticipated revenue -, illegal since it calls for expenditures unauthorized in the City'scharter. orator lighted wall panels. genarian flatbed press had de- "Maybe he" can do all that feller fared worse than President Kennedy with only 11 per cent

certificates at a 2 percent many types of gift ware and developed a nasty habit of job-printing, someone said of the voters behind him. Forty-four per cent of those polled

dsicount. The eight notes include lamps. printing the papers and then "The poor man." either favored other candidates or were undecided.The .
They further contend that the City is asking for authorized
one for $10,000 and the devouring them in tight wadsas A daybed blanklets, towels.
expenditures of municipal funds for a function not municipalin huge switch of voters against the President, a drop froma
others for 50000. The notes an child woulda soap and food were broughtto
overgrown safe 52
nature. per cent two and one half years ago to 23 per cent

bear 4 percent interest payable The Wiggins-Canova-Smith action follows by two weeks TOM THUMB WEDDING slip of paper in his mouth. The Crescent. The local innkeepers today, was mirrored in the vehemence o-f some of the replieselicitt'd
He had not been would be cheated; this
semiannually. They be thrown out
may in the
sample poll.
(1)) the withdrawal of the State's offer; and .(2) the recom-
retired any month after Oct. 1Odum mendation by General Services Administration that the City'soffer COMING AUGUST 24TH The eyes looking at him were poor boy would keep his money "Vote for that Yankee?"

be accepted. The recommendation must lie in the Senate The Green Cove Springs sympathetic. He was embold- for that baby; to ride back "What has he done but stir up trouble ?"
one day to Deland in the
ened to go on. gloryof "He talks "
Heads and House government operations committees for another two Rainbow Girls will hold a Tom a Greyhound bus, not walking good.
weeks before the sale can be consummated.On "I have 15 years experiencein These and other replies are attributed, in a large measure,
Thumb wedding on Aug. 24th. not frightened or hungry.
the basis of the intervention, some observers were inclined print shops. I walked all to two principal aspects of Mr. Kennedy's administration.
Parent of Time and place will be Next morning he reported he
Corp. an-
to feel that Messrs. Wiggins, Smith and Canova did not the way from Deland. Ill work had slept well. He told The first (and classical Southern) objection to the Presi-

Fla. SoapWalter trust the Florida Supreme Court to act on their legal opinionsand nounced later. for anything anything,* he about all the job printing was ; he dent is a widespread feeling that he is jamming too much

thus felt constrained to intervene again personally. repeated with emphasis. was shown paper and ink and "civil rights" too fast down the peoples' throats. Even those

Someone muttered "Pooi who are sympathetic with the aims of a broadening civil rights
type and the things he requiredto
Odum president of '
man and someone else said program say that the package-program recently presented to
Florida Soap Corp., at Doctors do the job.
perhaps he was the answer to Congress is too much for any part of the nation, much less the
Inlet, has been named presi- New Bridge Site ? a prayer. The young man tinkered dur- South to digest and that its presentation will only inflame

dent of the company's parent "Go to work,' he was told. ing most of Friday morning.He already-heated emotions.A .
firm Tampa Soap Corp., of was told he would have tc
He dragged his cumbersome .1 second and substantial objection to from
appears come
Tampa. Mr .Odum succeed! earn his pay. This seemed tc
sW suitcase into the back shop and 1 the County's sizeable military and retired-military population.Mr. .
the late Ralph Wallof who surprise him. He would not
changed his clean clothes for Kennedy's "big-talk-and-no-action"
in the field of inter-
died suddenly last month after bother with the food in the icebox
work clothes. In a moment he national affairs is not popular among this it
group as was
serving a number of years as f or the electric burner on
was readyj apron: ,. ...ruler. the which sampled.
the corporation's chief executive he might prepare his -
furtive, frightened look gone
officer. ...... from his food to save for that baby. While the Counforhas no Republican party, as such voters
Mr. Odum. who is presidentand eyes. He was getting advances for have on a number of occasions crossed party lines on national
?
"Any coffee he asked 1haven't
chairman of the board of each meal. issues.
eaten since yesterday.My .
the Bank of Orange Park, i f. I The questions asked In the Crescent's first
: wife is about to have a "If you can turn out the job sample poll of
commuting between Or- ; voters were:
now
r baby. I walked. printing, perhaps we can keep
ange Park and Tampa. He you." he was reminded. "If a Presidential election were held tomorrow, would yon
He had picked his man. Gene
will continue to do so for the "I just found an address I vote for President Kennedy?"
Koza. The Crescent's general]
next several months.In I lost in my suitcase" he said I Yes: 23 per cent; No: 77 per cent.
manager, man of all works and I
addition to Florida Soap, "I made a call to Ocala and I "Did yon vote for Mr. Kennedy last time?"
an mark for one in
easy any
other corporations which are II have a permanent job. Can I Yes: 54 per cent (Note: The Crescent poll In this respectwas
distress handed him a dollar.
subsidiaries of Tampa Soap get paid?" two per cent away from the actual

are Saars Soap Corp.. of Baton "Go and get something to eat He packed up his imitation vote of 1960)).

Rouge; Gulf Soap Corp.. of and get back." he was told. I leather suitcase and without "Which of the foUowinzwould yon favor In the race for
New Orleans He came back, with a more the
; Georgia By-Prod- Presidency
saying good-bye to anyone, he against Mr. Kennedy:
ucts Chemical Corp., of Reids- hearty manner, though he eschewed left. As he walked out. his Governor Rockefeller 11 per cent

ville, Ga.; and Florida Ren- Creighton Island, just across Doctors Inlet from Orange Park, was rumored last week as looking anyone in the j lower lip had already begun to Senator Goldwater 45 per cent
derers Corp.. of Tampa. eye. His work was so-so, Others undetermined
or 44
cent
twitch in anticipation of the per
being: under an engineering survey for the western end of the proposed St. Johns River though at that superior to the I
next sucker.
bridge. The Town of Orange Park has said Jt did not want the bridge. From the Creighton flatbed's. I I

GEIGER MAYO peninsula, shown above right background, to Duval County the width of the river is under, Headline Stealer, 17 Months, Does

Mr. and Mrs. Park F. Geiger two miles. The proposed bridge originally scheduled: as a Jacksonville Expressway Authority 4-H'ers To CampThree Ocala National Forest. I

announce the engagement of project has been taken over as a Federal-State project and the U.S. government will pay 90 per Those who went with Mr It Again, With Lighter Fluid

their daughter, Ann Marie, tc cent of the cost. State Road department ol ficials said the bridge would be a part of Inter- Owens are: Douglas Hawkins,
William Howell County youngsters escorted of Green Cove, Walter Raleigh,
Mayo, of
son state 295, comprising a part of the Jacksonville A the will
by-pass. hearing
on bridge prob- sonville. at
Mr and Mrs. W.V.. Mayo of by George Owens, assist- of Orange Park, and James a cottage on the
Orange Park. ably be held within the next 30 days and plans may be finalized within 90 days. Construction ant County Aricultural Extension Doyle, of Doctors Inlet. lake rushed Betsy Into his auto-

The wedding will take place of the bridge; at this location would neces :tate the building of a new bridge over Doctors agent left on Monday to The Ocala National Forest if mobile and with his brother

Friday, August 30, at 7 p. m. in Inlet a project which is already regarded as overdue and would probably hasten the 4-laning spend the week at the 28th an- noted for its wildlife, forests headed for Starke and a phy
nual 4-H Club wild life and streams. Boys attendingthe sician. Enroute the
the home of the bride. of Rte. 17, if not into Green Cove, at least deeper into the County than otherwise would be true. boys' down. car broke
camp at Camp McQuarrie in camp will participate hi Another motorist pulled

fishing contests and they will up and asked If he could help.

GCS METHODIST have discipline in water and He drove them into Starke. The

CALENDAR YOUTH PROGRAM SET I OP J/s Name SandridgeGordon gun safety and other field x doctor said the child's stomach

1963 1961 The annual Youth Week pro- sports. would have to be pumped out

CLAY COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS gram sponsored by the Meth- Facing the drive from Starke
k MISS FAMILY
FROLICS"TO to Jacksonville
odist Youth Fellowship of the with no reHah
August 19 All teachers report for duty BE CHOSEN THIS YEAR Mr. Browning called his
First
Methodist Church will be office
August 30 District Educational Meetings held from next Wednesday The Family Frolics committee and asked for help. Controller

September 2 District Educational Meetings August 7 thru Sunday.On has announced that this Dave Thomas called NAB and
year a "Miss Family Frolics" c they agreed to send
a helicopter
September 3 Classes begin Wednesday, Thursdayand t
M will be selected. This will be a to Keystone.
October 14 End of first six weeks period Friday activities will beginat y
bathing suit competition. The
6:30: o'clock with supper followed The two Browning men with
October 18 Planning day for teachers girls participating will be be- Betsy, who
by a period of study, a was enjoying aH of
holiday for pupils vesper program and concludingwith tween the ages of 15 and 18 it, drove back to Keystone

November 26 End of second six weeks period a recreation period. On For further information concerning BETSY ,BROWNINGSeventeenmonthold where they were picked up by

November 28-29 Thanksgiving Saturday. August 10. the Meth- this event, anyone, in- a Marine helicopter and taken
odist Youth 7 terested is asked to contact Betsy to Baptist Memorial
Fellowship will Hospital
Holidays fo r teachers & pupils have an all-day outing atStrickland's Mrs. Burch Stump or Mrs. Jack. Browning of Jacksonville, who After her
December 20 Christmas Holidays begin Saam. stomaefa
Lan din The developed a flair for headlines was
g. n pumped out Betsy Was
January 6 All classes reconvene group will leave the Methodist at the age of four months Is Penicillin shots to given

January 23 ; End of third six weeks period and end of Church at 10:00 o'clock. The recovering from the effects of pneumonia mfntmhe the

first semester closing program will be held Bishop West To an overdose of lighter fluid she swallowing lighter which comes from

Sandridge (L) takes downed last Sunday at Little fluid (It gets
Sunday evening, at 7 oclock over as president of the into
January 24 Planning day for teachers- the lungs). Then
when the Rev. and Mrs. RalphG. Orange Park Little Learners from Robert Nolan who win Celebrate HolyCommunion Swan Lake near Keystone put In an Ice tent. she was

holiday for pupils Korteling win be the speakers. become coach-representative. Orange Park's Little Leaguers Heights night her On Sunday

January 27 Second semester begins The Kortelings spent 33 who began their All-Star tournament this Tuesday night Betsy's early-learned propen- hospital temperature officials shot. up

March 6 End of fourth six weeks period years as missionaries in India and will conclude it with a game at Cedar Hills on An*. 8. sity for grabbing the center of tell her mother how would not

March 27 & 30 Easter Holidays teachers and pupils and now live at Penney Farms move into their second year with what is widely regarded The Rt. Rev. Hamilton West, the stage put her exactly there but subsided on high _

April'21 End of fifth six weeks period Also participating in the as a broad backing and a strong parent-representation. Among Episcopal Bishop of Florida, when her father Charles Monday.

Youth Week program will be other officers named on Monday night are: Shirley Murphyand will celebrate Holy Communionat Browning an air traffic con- Betsy made headlines for'tfaa
April 23 & 24 Attend PEA or Planning day for teachers first
time
Miss Fannie E. Dewar. Coach Mrs. Jack Quaritios. vice presidents; Mrs. William E. 10:45: o'clock Sunday morn- troller (fortunately) for the when she was four

holidays for pupils Billy Montgomery the Rev Osborn secretary; Harold Hagrand treasurer; and Dr. W. A. Ing at St. Marys Episcopal Federal Aviation Agency, lookedat months old. The Florida Times-

June 4 Planning day for teachers Gordon Craig and the Rev Weaver, umpire-in-chief. Members of the All-Star team are: Church in Green Cove. the empty bottle of char- Union snapped her picture t&en

June 5 End of sixth six weeks period- Larry OSteen. pastor of the Michael 1'obleVaJ'De Griffin. David WilfonL John Hosey, Bishop West will fill in for coal lighter fluid and then at as she stood on her faUjer's

Last day of school for pupils Wesconnett Methodist Church Wayne Sweat,Theadore Miller Gary Clark. Thomas McMillan. the Rev. Robert Sudlow, Betsy. Little Miss Headlines, hang

June 12 Jacksonville. Leslie Rowe.president Robert Day Adolf Ruiz. Guy Gourley George Boatwright rector of the church who Is recovering be said "smelled to high haven Members of her family are
Last duty day for teachers
of the Methodist Youth Thomas Christiansen and Lawrence Quigley. The final Little from a heart attack of the stuff." believed to hope If she persists

180 days school in session for pupils Fellowship is chairman of the League event of the season is set for Ang 18 when Little suffered In June. in her Jseaateaing. me

200 days duty for teachers program. All youth of Junior Leaguers' will meet Mothers preceding a barbeque at Keystone Mr. Sudlow. who is now con- It was the beginning f'a will do. it through the first

_'V 1; **-' *"*planning days" during-year '0- "':;:'' i---'', arid'Senior high'schoolage'are Camp. The;fCrescent has learned that rules for this baseball fined to his Home, is reportedto near-tragic comedy of errors. method rather than the second -

I.invited. game have been set In favor of Mothers: and editorial comment be progressing slowly. Mr. Browning, visiting hi from now.oa. -

win be forthcoming if representatives of the press are invited. brother, Austin also of Jack



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PAGE,TWO THURSDAY AUGUST 1, 1963

\ ..)' PUBLISHED EVER: :THURSDAY EXTENSION DEPT. OF FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCHthe

g BYCRESCENT I Green Cove SocialsMrs. 1 prisoner and the Sunday
PRESS INC. .. "What is pure religion? Is it worker-anyone who cannot attend
Green Cove Springs. Florida 'Aa only abstinence from sin? Is I
church on regular basis.
Phone 284-3166 F. H. Hildreth of Samson Mrs. Colin C. Harris (Mar- it only abstinence from sin? a
!'t'. Denominational creeds and
} "1 Ala., will spend the monthof i tha G.) and her daughter Is it spending the majority of
doctrines are not emphasized
:; NATIONAL IplTOIIAl ; August as the guest of hex Pamela, of Butler. N. J.. are one's time in prayer and meditation -
The Extension Department
,. a c TI daughter. Mrs. L. D. BrunsonMr. visiting her mother. Mrs. F. A. I ? Is it church attendance -
--'
Jti I simply seeks to extend to all the
Kinnear and her sisters Mrs. a ? The New Testament defines -
r hope, cheer, and comfort which
L. H. Lancaster and Mrs. A. W. a religion for us. According -
Davis his father
Roy the Gospel of Christ promisesto

EDITOR ......___..._._....__._..._........._....._.. Duncan Groner Mr. W. A. Davis and his fath- Gibson. .., to James 1:27, "Pure religion all men.

GENERAL MANAGER _.......-...................__........ Eugene Koza er's nurse Mrs. Guline. took a 'I and undefiled before God "Each week the hospital, the
trip last week through Georgia Pat and Mike Flynn of Led- and the Father is this, to jail, the police station and the
Entered as second Class Matter July 15. 196%, at the Post Office. visit "
Green Cove Springs Florida under the Aot of March 3. 1897Sromd Suth Carolina, North Carolina yard. Conn.. arrived last Friday guards at the naval base receive -
I Clan postage paid at Green Cre SprlBKs. Fla. and Virginia. for a two week visit with The Extension Department of a visit from our Extension J

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Will-, the Sunday school of the First
One Year-In advance ......?......-............. .....---......: $400 iams. I Department. We feel that this
father
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sapp and Their Lyle Flynn Assembly of God Church is the is a vital outreach ministry of

their son. Steve of Camarillo who was statioed at the Naval arm which reaches out for the the church. "Pure religion .

All Star California, were the recent Base here for some time is now I sick and shut-ins the elderly, is this, to visit I
Slugger Alfred on the U. S. S. Submarine I I,-- Hi m M M ..
his
guests of father. ---

Mrs. Richard Sapp and family George Washington.Mr. MARY MAXINE EDDY I PAGETTI'S FISHING CAMPRESTAURANT

Sapp and his brother Mr. and Mr. and 1Irs.Lester L. Eddy of Green Cove, announce
Q and Mrs. Gene Holt and the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter

Mrs. Carl Tucker and hei Mr. and Mrs. Karl Achey of fury Maxine, to Eugene; R. Janda, son of Mr. and Mrs. An- :
Columbus, Ohio, spent two
sons, Jimmy and Keith returned thony Szabo. I OPEN SEVEN DAYS A AVE K
days here last week as the 1fa> marriage will be solemnized at 3 o'clock on August ,
recently from Washington. REAL ITALIAN
FOOD COMPLETE SEA FOOD MENU
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben 19 ai tie Hickory Grove Baptist Church. A reception will
r- D. C. where they were the STEAKS CHOPS AND CHICKEN
__: y. Zellner. follow at the home of the bride's parents on South Highland
of Mrs. Tucker's
k guests par- Avenue.Ihe. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL -
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William H.
r Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cowart bride-to-be is a 1963 graduate of Clay In h. The SERVED FROM NOON TILL 10 P. M.

G Boteler. have as their guest, Mrs. Cow- bridegroom, who was graduated at Clay High a year ago, is All the Catfish you can eat, served with Slaw, Hush

I art's nice Miss Nina Blythe, now employed by the State Road department in Palatka. Puppies and Grits or Potatoes $1.25 Plate or. all the

Tom King of Montgomery, of Columbus, Ga. Friends of the bride and bridegroom are invited to attend Chicken you can eat. Hot Rolls Honey, Salad and French i
F'hy Ala., is the guest of his aunt. the wedding and reception. Fries $1.25 Plate.

Mrs. Frank Canova and fam- On Hiway 13 -3 Miles South of Orangedale
{ a I
often Saturday morning, and Phone 284-9511

a Mr. and Mrs. Leonard B. HillReporter met a load of shot from the i -- -
; Clay
2 h- ? Daly, formerly of Green Cove, "pop gun," so he will not eat
? spent two days last week as any more pecans green or ripe.
t the guests of Mrs. Anne Strip- : MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND Others will be coming in now, GREEN COVE CURB MARKETOPEN

: i4 ling. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Now who could do any better? so they had better watch thei) '' 7 a. m. till 10 p. m.
step. This woman who lives
B. :
Huntley are invited to attend -I If anyone were interested Closed All Day Sunday
here still knows how to a'
Green Cove's All Star Little Leaguer John Spearman, George and Rickey Wyman their "Open House" on enough to tell me, I would be shot If she use
\
the only Green Cover to bat a homer in the District 3 All have returned home after Sunday August 11 from 2 to 5 interested enough to get it all chance gun at gets half chases a -'&r. ._ PINTS ONLY

Stars tournament, is congratulated by Rufus Tucker, presidentof spending two weeks visiting I I o'clock Middleburg at 114, Fla.Palmetto Avenue of straight, and you may be sure and came the out fox and that dared Jim ICE CREAM : 19

the Little League and coach of the All Stars. Young Spear- friends and relatives in Penn- that!
Friday morning while he'r
man played during the season on the J. P. Revels team and sylvania. They returned by out
working well wonder
LARUTA OZ. CANS
was first baseman on the All Stars. I the way of the Natural Bridgein It seems that some of the Charles Lang was to return if foxes write historys on their i 12

Virginia and the Great neighbors have increases in home from the Raiford prison loved ones lives? or do they ; CORN BEEF 39
Smokey mountains. their families, you have prob- last week but we have never I
ALL STAR TOURNAMENT RESULTS have loved ones? I wonder! I!
ably read in some other news been told if he is home yet-
I
THURSDAY of all of them, but here goes we will have to wait for Jo I END CUTS LB

Major Hervey Robison and again. : Ann to tell us, or that is the Sinia Prescott, Mrs. Hattie i PORK CHOPS 39

Green Cove Springs won over Jax Beach AmericansJax Major J. C. "Smokey" Sapp Mr. and Mrs. Willie Padgett, I I way it looks. Darly and daughter, Maricele I
are attending Army reserve
Beach Nationals, won over MeadowbrookBellairFRIDAY a Mr. Bennett and two children. all With Food Order of $5.00 or More
son. and Mrs. Fred
training at Ft. Bliss, Texas. Carl
of I
also
Lawtey,
Emily
ter (didn't learn I It seems that this I' Roy-
They are expected to return if this is a I hunter has
ston and
son Billie, called
the end of this week. son or daughter). Also Joyce I: forsaken the possums and gone us last week to get on PURE LARD: 39
Jax Beach N won over Green Cove Springs used to be Manning, but we i j!i to snakes she has killed two r some pears
I to can. Of course they got With Food Order of $5.00 More
Southside "A"'ron over Southside "B" never learned her name since, in the yard in the last few days: or
Edward Robinson, son of Mr. II I('i the pears they wanted, and
I she married anyway, she has| Also a squirrel has made this "V THE SLAB LB
SATURDAY and Mrs. and Mrs. Hervey Rob- could have gotten loads more. i
I a baby now. Of course I know his home for some time, kept
I inson is in Gainesville at Band II We really have a crop of pears i SMOKED BACON
Southside "B" won over Jax Beach "Nat. j this is some way to report the I playing around in the pecan i I 37c
Camp this week. While there this year, but no use for them.
news, but wait a minute, could trees that was alright
Southside "A" won over Southside "B" I I perfectly '
he spent the night with the I ; and it seems no one else wants
you do better? Anyone does but when he decided hr I' GRAPE A FLA. 4 DOZ
Southside "A" gained the title Champions of the Lawrence Millers who recently I I them, or do not know we have
not tell me of this, they writeor wanted to sample the pecans 1
Florida Little Major League, District 3, and now will moved to Gainesville from tell my daughter, Jo Ann j before they get more than half them. They will soon all be I SMALL EGGS 99?

compete for the "State" Championship. Good Luck, Boys! Green Cove Springs. Lang, in Tampa, and she writes gro'that was a different 'I gone, are rather ripe for canning i
i but make some very good i With Food Order of $S.OA) or More
it to me just as she hears itT story! He played one time too I I
eating "as is.

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: ;", :ring or lids purchased a house, after qualifying through FIT A Standards: I ALL WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SUMMER SPORTSWEAR FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK

I OF NATIONALLY; ADVERTISED BRANDS
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ACCORDING TO OUR PRACTICE WHEN WE ADVERTISE -
A SALE WE CUT OUR PRICES SO LOW THAT YOU CAN REALLY FEEL IT! COME IN AND SEE

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The Bank of Green Cove Springs. HELEN HARPERSWEATERS


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SEVERAL STYLES MEN'S DRESS SHOES BEING DISCONTINUED.

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"Religion is to visit"I ': ottikker Keystone Social NotesGIRL I HUBERT On July IS 22.NINE Hubert Few was -

nine years old. Hubert the son

I by DUNCAN GRONER SCOUT DAY CAMP tions about Day Camp is asked! of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few. cele-

I Whatever the voters of Clay County may think of President OENS THIRD SEASON I to contact Mrs.Tolles brated his natal day by goingon
473-4138'1
Kennedy, he will, I suspect be difficult to defeat. MONDAY ON SILVER LAKEIn I Hea1 -cacds. which a deep-sea fishing trip with
However, a democracy does not choose its leaders by default quired of all girls, may be secured his father and two brthers, and

-4 and, win or lose. Clay voters might seek a candidate for the answer to popular de- from Mrs. Tolles. his uncle and aunt and cousin,

It Presidency whose thinking and attitudes are more in line with mand, a two-week session has I The trip was from Maypcrt

r I ; .r c"n thinking and traditions.Two been planned for Brownies and and returned in time for thoseon

1 of the national political polls have come up as I Girl Scouts at Camp Hi-lo-pe- board to get in on the ex-

!! M read them with the opinion that Nelson Rockefeller has been wa located on the Lovern prop- KEYSTONE SCHOOL citement of the carrier hitting

heavily damaged, politically, by his divorce and remarriage; erty on Silver Lake in Brad- LUNCHROOM PERSONNEL the tug-boat. So, all things

that Barry Goldwater is the Republicans' front-runner for the ford County Mrs. Fremont AT VOCATIONAL SCHOOLMrs. considered, it was an eventful t

nomination as of now; and that George Romney and Governor Tones Director, announced to- day for Hubert.
I : C. L. Glisson and hex
Frank Scranton, who belong to the Dewey-Willkie school of day. The camp a part of the
{ Gateway Girl Scout Council's staff at the Keystone School RECENT
II Republicans are not much known outside their own precincts. BIRTHS
Notwithstanding all this, Mr. Kennedy has just issued an camping program,. will be op- Lunchrorm workers in Palatka Mark Steven Boudreau. the

I invitation to Governor Rockefeller to go to Washington for a erated by local volunteers from from July 8 till July 19. At- second son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou

i full briefing on the small print in the nuclear test ban agree- 9:30 ajn. to 3:00 p.m., Mon- tending the course were work- Boudreau was born in Macon,

ment that has Just been signed with the Soviet Union. Mr. days through Thursdays, for ers from school lunchrooms in Georgia on July 2. 1963. Mrs ALEXANDER CHESSER

Kennedy still either hopes or believes that Rockefeller will get two weeks beginning August 5 Flagler County Putnam County Boudreau Barbara was a
St. Johns Co., and Clay Alexadner Chesser, son of
and will feature pioneer former
Commercial
the nomination at the Republican covention next summer. camp- Teacher in
Mrs. Glisson said Mr. and Sirs. Alexander Ches-
County.
Cove's 40-member Church of the Assembly of God Mr. Rockefeller's political behaviour quite apart from ing.Special K. H. S., and was a favoritfe of
ser Is home leave.
they all had wonderful and on He has
! sends out its pastor and others to bring cheer to the ill and his love life is highly reminiscent of an immigrant Italian emphasis will be a thE! student body.
Just
: informative time. Attending compleed his basic training -
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to those who are unable to attend church. Shown above, the candidate in South Carolina. He is ready to double anyone's ante placed on fresh water activities I I at Ft Gordon
with Mrs. Glisson Mrs Augusta,
'R T. James D; Sowell, pastor (L) chats with Mrs. Nora Moodyat ,n any political issue. I can't believe he has anything that Clay which will include swimming were On July 7, Andrew John Hall Ga., and has been assigned to
her,home on Idlewild avenue'as James Gillis, superintendent County needs or can use rowing, canoeing, and sailing Florence Forth. Mrs. Dorothy was born to Mr. and Mrs. John
Ft. Lee, Virginia, where he will
Martin Mrs. Turner
Bobbie
,
of the church's extension Sunday school, (r.) looks on. Governor Romney and Governor Scranton, both able men An overnight camp is plannedfor Hall in Ann Arbor Michigan attend
Quartermaster SchooLCLAY
cannot defeat the Kennedy clan short of a political miracle. the Junior Girl Scouts, anda and Mrs. Bertha Jones. Mrs. Hall Enid was an

Which would appear to leave us with Senator Goldwater canoe trip to Juniper Springsis Intermediate Grade Teacher at

the son of a Jewish father and an Episcopal mother, a sort of a possibility for the Cadette PARTY FOR DIANNEMiss Keystone School a few years
reverse-English Abie's Irish Rose. No one will deny, I think group. Brownies will be intro- back. Her husband is on the THEATRE

that Goldwaer is a man of outstanding ability. He is attractingsome duced to camp life through Dianne Parades daughter teaching staff at University of Phone 284-6711

fairly strange adherents and if he were elected there is simple campcraft activities of Mr. and Mrs. Gil Parades, I Michigan. This is their first
some question of what he might owe some of these "friends." which will include outdoor celebrated her 10th birthday I I child. Monday thru Friday Two
,
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sb, If he, for instance, (given the opportunity) supplanted the cooking. The Older Brownieswill with a party at her Lake Ge- Shows each evening

present Chief Justice of the United States with someone of the be given an opportunity to neva home on Friday, July 26, 7 & 9 p.m.

t political hue of some of the rabblerousers in Mississippi and complete their Tenderfoot requirements in the afternoon. There wen CHURCH !NOTICE Sat. & Sun. Continuous

\'aba.: we would have gone from worse to worst. and take part in a games, swimming, and refresh- From 2
p.m.
1 D The end result I think, is we're licked before we begin.I camp Fly-Up Ceremony. ments for the guests. Enjoyingthe CHRISTIAN SOCIETYCor. SCIENCE

,; .w cannot imagine any circumstances under which we might electa Parents of girls with traspor- happy day with Dianne
1 President, in the foreseable future, who would have anything, tation problems are asked to were Johnny, Mike Roxanne E. Houston St. & Thurs. thru Monday
N. Magnolia Ave'
even remotely, in common with the voters and citizens of Clay contact Mrs. Thomas J. Hawes and Norma Validejuli; Mr. and Walt Disney's

County or any other Southern state or county. Melrose, 475-5891 who will : :Mrs. Harry Bleasdale and chil- GREEN FLORIDA COVE SPRINGS SUMMER MAGIC

i For two decades I have been fascinated frustrated serve as Transportation Co dren Harry, Sandra, Ginger
Services held Sundayat starring Hayley Mills
by an historical pheomenon that is hard to explain in rational ordinator. Waterfront Direc- and Debbie; Dianne's aunt and 11 a.m.Subject .

terms. The most cursory glance at our history will show that tors will be Mrs. Walter Float uncle Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell

from the establishment of Jamestown in 1607 until roughly and Mrs. John Kingsbury both Parades; her paternal grandparents : Tues., Wed. & Thnrs.

1860 a period of 250 years It was the Southern mind and recipients 0 f Senior LifeSaving Mr. and :Mrs. Elias LOVE MUSIC MAN

Later, Mr. Gillis gives non-sectarian literature to Nurse tradition, the Anglo-Saxon mould that shaped and built and Awards at the Rotary Parades; her maternal grand- August 4

Joyce Padgett at Clay Memorial Hospital for distribution to energized the United States. It was, in modern terminology, the sponsored Swimming Programin mother, Mrs. Sita Cabanas; her A cordial invitation is extendedto starring Robert Preston

patients. The church on Oakridge avenue was erected three tradition of the English Fabians, the law of gradual evolution. July. Mrs. Bill Beam will brothers, and her cousins and i attend our services.

year* aro by its membership at a total cost (including land) Tn this same period, in New England we had a rule of intellec- teach canoeing for the third her cousins, and Mrs. Yaekc

of f 8COO.r.:: Sowell, who is a teacher at Clay High, is a tual defiance, of revolution rather than evolution.The year and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hinck and Kathy Hinck. ,

graduate of Troy State College in Alabama and of South- so-called Pilgrims, bent on religious freedom, hangedor Dwyer will instruct the I II
eastern Bible College at Lakeland. This is his first pastorate. burned two-thirds of their non-comformists for witchery and girls in sailing on Lake Geneva I
exiled the rest to found Rhode Island and a lot of other current Instructions in rowing a boat II

centers of minority rule. will be given all swimmers at PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS I This Week's

GREEN COVE SOCL\LS end with her sister, Mrs. Her- It was mostly the Southern members of the Continental the camp site. CHURCH :

I Congress who constitution and Bill of In Unit leaders and assistants \
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Entrekin vey Robinson.Mrs. gaveus a a Rights. \em10ntTe..
of Spartanburg, S. C., were the I the main this document provided for the protection. of the rpfurnin1' for their second or Green Core Springs \) j BONUSBUYS
individual the rule of the majority. third year at the Keystone Day
guests of Miss Lillian Watkins
And then a little more than 100 years ago, William Lloyd Camp will be Mrs. Richard ijjj!
for several days last week. Lawrence Miller, of You have a bl li
Garrison Harriet Beecher Stowe, and other New Englanders Lovern. Mrs. Thomas Garner
Gainesville spent a night last Special Invitationto
whose knowledge of slavery came chiefly from their neighbors Mrs. John Kingsbury and
Mrs. Worth Thompson of Sea week as the guests of Mrs.Hen'ey attend
!I who were getting rich in the slave trade began attacking the from Melrose Mrs. Joe Daurer,
Island Ga., spent last week, Robinson. Church and Sunday School
South. Its traditions and habits and manners were put on the Volunteers working with the'camp
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defensive. Since the outset of the Civil War the South has for the first time and
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
-- -. never been a motivating force in the development of the nation.It who are receiving special train- t
Preaching 11:00() a.m.
F O'R SAtETFERTILIZER and its people have been too busy stuutering excuses and ing this week' Tinder the direction 7:00
Sunday Xite Serv.
... explanations and apologies.The of Mrs. Tolles and Mrs p.m.
American West has no tradition beyond the covered Bill Meserve. Mrs. Tommy Mil- Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. Plus Valuable Plaid
Pastor Ralph S. Morgan I
HEN wagon and dust storms and a fury of bad television programs in lican and :Mrs George P I Phone-EV 9-:>830 StampsSUPER
which fugitives are forever beset by do-gooders, all with a Cromer. Anyone with ques- I
Massachusetts accent.

ONE TO 1,000 TONS DELIVERED AND SPREAD The South today has no positive program. Its image is the

idiocy of Ross Barnett trying to told at ba y $5,000,000 :worth of

OR DUMP TRUCK LOADS Federal troops sent to frustrate his will. GET YOUR HEARING CHECK-UP NOW! RIGHT SHORT* SHANK

The result: we shall contnue to have minority-ruled leaders COOKED
SIIAXK HALF OR WHOLEHAMS
Call AlKEN'S ACRESIELROSE.:: who believe that if one man objects a million must desist.


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GOLDEN RIPEBananas

SET OF CLOTHESLINE POLES NOTICE --- RETIREESRetiree

with purchase of 250 ft. or more of CHAIN LINKor

REDWOOD Fence.SPECIAL. Mobile Home Park

(ADULTS ONLY)

He's not sneaking out. He really finished the Riverfront spaces, lots of shade,
!
grass. The reason for his free time he banks fey No Air Conditioning Needed

mail at the Keystone State Bank and his bills
pays 4 FT. HIGH CHAIN LINK-&0c PER FT. INSTALLED Large Lots Paved Streets. Swimming Pool
cheek the malL Good Fishing Free Boat Dockage 29c
by through (Gates and Terminals extra.) 3
I $21 Per month LBS.

i FREE ESTIMATES Investigate this Park 8-wldes Towed FREEWill

BONDED Accommodate: 10 to 20 wides-also Travel Trailers
LICENSE INSURED:

I St. Asgnstine Phone VA 4-212 RIVER VIEW PARK
MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
THE FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY. COMMUNITY Jacksonville Phone FL 9-2422 Price la this ad are effective through Saturday. Aug.
I u. 8. HIGHWAY 17 at BLACK CREEK 3rd. 115 N. Orange Ave. Green COTe Spriags. Fla.THURSDAY. .
WRITE: 8J4 Granada SL St. Aagostine, Fla. TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284-3369






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THURSDAY. AUGUST 1. 1963


ery naming for about wo

LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE MHC & months. They made a pleas-

'tr ant five day trip to Cape Cod

IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ttf THE CIRCUIT COURT OF to visit friends. They also
COURT IX:: AND FOR
CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAFile THE FOURTH JUDICIAL write that they would like to
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA:\ AND
RE: ESTATE Ne OF COSIX FOR CLAY COUNTYIN 'Penney FarmsReporter hear the Florida mocking birds

LILA TAYLOR COLLINS CHANCERY and see the beautiful cardinals.
DECEASED. CASE NO. 3074

: NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE : MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8131 They send their best regardsto

To ail creditors and all persons PROCEEDINGS all the M H CTers.

said having estate claims: or demand against ELWOOD S. JOHNSON, The Rev. Charles G. Cole received I Dodds enjoyed a visit this week

I II You and each of you are Plaintiff word on July 26 of the from their William Hector
t I I vs. son. The Rev. G. P. Howard will
hereby notified and required to:
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS PIANO SERVICE CECIL C. JOHNSON and DALE I passing of a brother Fred
Cole Dodds
present Any claims and demands Jr. who is from Detroit,
JOHNSON now DALE HILTONand be the preacher at the Penney
which you. or either of you may at Lincoln. Neb. Mr.
Cole I
have against the estate of Lila I I L. R. HILTON. per- Michigan. He is in Labor- Memorial Church 11 o'clock

RALPH F. INLET MARINAMERCURY GEORGE WEEKSPIANO Taylor Clay County.Collins, deceased Florida to late the of STATE DefendantsTHE OF FLORIDA-to: former the marriage ceremonyfor Management work and is edu- worship service next Sunday.

Hon. Thomas J. Rivers County CECIL C. JOHNSON E S 1DE..CE this brother and his wife, cational director: for the U. Mrs. May Orr will teach the
& SERVICE Judge of Clay County in the : 1230 South Washington Ruth just 50 years ago. She A. W.
MILBERGEROrange JOHNSON County Courthouse in Green Ave El Dome, Arkansas DALE combined adult Bible classes at
ENGINES Tuning Repairing Cove Springs Clay County. Florida JOHNSON, now DALE HILTONRESIDENCE survives him also a son Gerald -
within six months from : UNKNOWN L. 10 oclock.
& Ferris Street PHOl2SJS2'78 the date of and a daughter Jean, and
CROSBY BOATS the first publicationof R. HILTON-RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN The Rev. and Mrs. William
(next to bus station this notce. several grandchildren. Mr. Cole ;
)
Box 50 HiberoJa Rt. Each. claim demand
or must be Kinsey were pleased to have
a
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
EE-ZY TRAILERS
ilL was the eldest of six
writing and must state the children
REFRIGERATIONAND Green Core Springs FIED that a Complaint to foreclose
visit from their foster Mr.
place
of residence and postofficeaddress son.
a certain thefollowing and is the onl one surviving.Mrs. .
SALES & SERVICE of the claimant and must mortgage on y Murrhee
be described real pro- Joseph Howe and Mrs. Howe.
sworn to the
by claimant
AIR CONDITIONING OUTBOARD REPAIR his agent his perty located in Clay County. Mr. Howe is
REAL ESTATE or attorney or it I Florida superintendent of
to-wit
will become void according: to : M. O. Robbins writes Insurance Agency
Service Hwy 17 Orange Park law. i, Lot 3. Block 10. GOLDEN from Mount Vernon. Ind. that schools in Burlington New Jer-
Home Phone 284-078O Each creditor shall deliver GATE MANOR in the Cityof sey. Mrs. Howe teaches the
Phone CO 4-9835 CLARENCE B. LAZETTE sufficient copies of his claim to Green Cove Springs. as she and Mrs. Coons had a de-
Business Phone 284-9581 enable the County Judge to per map or plat recordedin 3rd grade. They are spending OARKV'
mail one to each personal repre- Plat Book 2 at page 59 delightful trip to Mrs. Coons'summer
INSURANCE Llscensed Broker in sentative. of the Public records of home at Shokan. N. Y. aweek with the Kinseys and i ADEQUATISee
Dated July 8. A. D. 1963. .. Clay County. Florida.
enjoying some trips around this
A GIN'S Green Cove Springs Patricia Collins Cowdery has been filed against you. and where some of Mrs. Robbin LnM
t Since 1037 Nancy Collins BruceAs you are required to serve a relations from part of Florida.
Oakdale. Mass.
% Executrixes of the Last Will copy of your answer or plead-
Refrigeration Homes Farms and Testament of Lila Taylor ing to the said Complaint upon ,met her and took; her with them
Acreage
AJLI Collins, Deceased. Plaintiff's' RICHARD MURRHEE
And Air _._ attorney T. J. JENNINGS :
--- 11 Marks, Gray Yates Conroy & JR. P. O. BOX 372, Green I for a pleasant three weeks. At The Rev. and Mrs. ThomasS.
ConditioningSERVICE AT.ONW.D W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 Gib-be. Cove Springs Florida, and file I I the time of writing Mrs. Robbins Cleaver whose summer Agent
Iu6- Attorney if or the Estate the original answer or pleading Phone 473-4788
231 E. Forsyth St.. in the office of the Clerk of had been with her daughter home is at East Northfield
Jacksonville 1. Florida the Circuit Court of Clay County.
CAREY'S TRADING POST July 11, 18. 25. Aug. 1. Florida on or before the 19th I I Aletta and family near Mt. Massachusetts had the pleas-

Chrysler Alrtemp Sales HERMAN E. REED day of August A. D. 1963 or a Vernon for two weeks. She ure of hearing the Boston Sym-
WE BUY SELL TRADE decree pro corefesso will be entered -
Authorized Philco 400 W. LEGAL NOTICE against jou. This notice 'expected' to go to Indianapolis phony Orchestra and piano WARM
Walnut
St.
Service Three locations: week shall for be four published consecutive once weeks each I I' to visit friends onJuly 29. soloist Serkin recently.Mr. WEATHER SPECIAL
IN THE COURT OF
Day Ph. 284-3680 Phone 284-6721 15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-3280 THE COUNTY JUDGE in the Clay County Crescent of Cleaver will be kept busy $15 & $20 permanentwaves
Green Cove Springs. Florida. I
Green Cove SpringsE. 1 Warehouse & old CLAY COUNTY! FLORIDAIN Miss Sarah R. through September with
Night 284-3402 antiques :: PROBATEIn WITNESS my hand and the Stoughton of U price

B. Palmetto I Gym Bldg. S. Orange A 1"e. re: Estate of PHILIP AMARATO Springs seal of; said Florida Court this at Green lith Cove day Burlington N. J.. accompaniedher preaching engagements around by

ALL CREDITORS A DPERSO"S of July A.D. 1963. uncle and aunt the Rev. East Northfield which Is located -
Green Cove Springs S' "BIG TOP" tent Blanding : HAVING: CLAIMS OR ANN RISSMANCome
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID (SEAL) I and Mrs. B. H. Curtis who returned about a mile from the
Blvd. At Ridgewood ESTATES GEORGE L. CARLISLE
UPHOLSTERING E L iQE Hl You and each of you are here- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT I last Thursday after New Hampshire and Vermont In witha

Furniture & appliances at by notified and required to pre COURT OF CLAY spending two months in New state lines.
sent any claims and demands COUNTY. FLORIDA I Friend
I bargain pri-as: 8tfc which: you. or either of you. July 18, 25, Aug. 1. & 8LEGAL II York, Boston and New Jer- One lovely country church
FREE ESTIMATESALL may have against the estate of
2 operators
PHILIP AMARA. deceased late sey. She expects to return to I where Mr. Cleaver supplied recently -

WORK GUARANTEED 4 re. HAIRCUTS of said County to the County New Jersey on August 5. did not have an organist MABELS
NOTICE !
Judge of Clay County Florida, I
at his office in the court house The Rev. E. J. Sachtjen. and so Mrs. Cleaver played
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY j of said 1921 Hwy. 17
County of Green Cove i
We give Springs Florida within six' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS his daughter Jo from the organ while a village lad! Park

calendar months from the time I NAME: LAW ington, flew from pumped the organ. Orange
"FirsiHaircut"Certificates of the first publication of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN wash-I 264-9353
Archie PadgettOn notice. Two copies of each : thiS. that the undersigned desiring to to Tuscon Ariz., on May The Cleavers have had cold
or demand shall be in engage in business at Orange !ia visit with his "daughter and weather with heat Imost
na ev-
BRADFORD PYKERt. and shall .
Kinpsley Ave., Just state the place of Park Florida under the name of I
sidence and post office) addressof SPARKS T. V. SERVICE intends i|i her husband. On August 20
East of Hwy. 17 2, Box 47 ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 the claimant and shall be to register the said name with I
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 sworn to eaV:: claimant, agentor i .the Clerk of the Circuit Court Mr. Sachtjen will celebrate his :
Green Cove Springs o accompanied bya of Clay County. Florida. t 91st birthday. By the time he
Orange Park Fla. filing fee of one /s/ Sparks Jones Jr.
Orange Park Barber a:311t
Shop
such claim "Accentuate the Positive"Get
Phone 2843859If or so returns to the Memorial Home
July 25. Aug. 1. 8. & 15
filed shall be void.SHELEN .
Lone Distance Call CollectPAUL'S Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 pan. AMARA I I Community on September 27 eft eft

ELECTRICALAtlas same location for over 15 yean and As Executrix Testament of the of Last PHILIP Will LEGAL NOTICE j I he will have traveled more than ,


Electric & Mechanical KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 Attorney AMARA.. J. Jennings for deceased.T. Executrix, Jr.. IX CIRCUIT COURT : 7,000 miles. I a great big piece of good, shady, country land

CompanyWe SIGN PAINTING July 11. 18. 25, & Aug. 1 1963 FOURTH JUDICIAL FLORIDA CIRCUITOF II I The Rev. and Mrs. Basil R With the old swimming hole nearby.

CLAY COUNTY, IUD.PIONEER \' i Truscott have been
I enjoying a
do all type of electrical All Legal Beverage LEGAL NOTICEIN In CHANCERYNo.. 3673 visit from their sons Wesley .. Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms.

wiring. Open 8 A..){. to 1 A.M. QUALITY THE CIRCUIT COURT a corporation.Plaintiff FINANCE COMPANY, Truscott and his wife and I See Us for your Real Estate Needs

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I their five children from Bogota -

RAY SHIPP Dnval County Line SIGN PAINTIING CLAY OF FLORIDA.COUNTY.IN AND FOR I EARL C. ELAM vs.and IRIS ELAM I Colombia, and Dr. Lionel I S. E. McKAYKeystone \
Owner and Manager
his wife: SHEPPARD L. ELLISON
North of Orange Park NO. 3O56: and NEALY E. I Truscott and his wife from I

Phone 284-9228 LEE WARNER MINNIE S. GURR.Plaintiff.. his wife. defendant ELLISO-l.// Albany N. Y. Dr. Lionel Trus- i; Heights Phone 473-4816

vs. cot is Chief of Neurlogy at
305 Glendening Road JAMES L. NOTICE OF I i
STRICKLAND and
BESSIE STRICKLAND his THE STATE OF FLORIDA I the Veterans Hospital in Al- '
Orange Park, Fla. ,
EARL C. Residence Un-
ELAM
I I.I.OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE I Phone 2646316INSTRUCTIONS wife ELIZABETH; JOHNNIB STRICKLAND MAE OLIVER; known Unknown I I bany Medical College. 1 1I I

LEONARD BRUMBELOW.STRICKLAND JAMES if IRIS ELAM Residence t I I I II

or SCHOOLS alive JAMES and the LEONARD unknown spouseof suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you a!I Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer and Orange

STRICI LAND, if alive, and in the above entitled cause; and 1| Miss Elizabeth Nichols gave z i, i

FOR SALE FOR RENT JOB SECURITY: Can be yours heirs if .dead devisees, the unknown grantees.spouse. file that your you are answer hereby with required the Clerk to "\ tea last Friday in Mrs. Shaf- I i ii

by preparing now for coming creditors or other parties of this Court. and to serve a i i fers apartment for the three i Park
copy thereof upon the plaintiffor i BannerSUPER
claiming by. through underor I Ij
FOR SALE 4 bedroom Civil Service Examinations.. against the said JAMES plaintiff's attorney whose I t most recent new residents intheir
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom LEONARD STRICKLAND name and address is: ARTHUR
For Information Write-Ad- ; Unit G of the Memorial
:
house Elsie Street Hilltop ALONZO A. STRICKLAND T. BOONE and WILLIAM a j
Section call 284-3860. house newly painted inside and vance-P. O. Box 218 Lady unmarried; NADENE: GUTHRIE JR. 102 Florida Title ,'Home Community Quadrangle. I MARKET
out, reasonable, large yard appliances STRICKLAND WHITEHEAD Building Jacksonville 2. Florida.I
25-tfc Lake Florida. and HETTIE FAYETTE not later than August 19, A. D.J The guests of honor were Mrs. Highway 17 Orange Park
furnished. Call Penney ENGLAND 1963. I I Agnes Forlaw Mrs. M. Dahl '
Farms. 5298211. 20tfc If ;you fail to do so< decree I
FOR SALE: Two narrow rim JOB security can be yours by AMENDED NOTICE Defendants.OF SUIT pro coirfesso will be entered' and Miss Beulah Mae Hobbs ''I IIERSIiEY'SSUGAR
against for the relief
you def f
26" bicycle tires and tubes. Excellent preparing now for coming Civil THE STATE OF FLORIDA manded in the complaint.The All residents of Unit G were

condition. Phone 284- FOR RENT: 6 room house Service exams. Send name, TO Residence: ALONZO: A.California STRICKLAND.Men's for the nature foreclosure of said of suit Mortgage being J\ present except Miss Stella Kav- j

3166. partially furnished 2 bedrooms address and phone number to Colony Los Padres California encumbering the following described I eney who is at her sister's home I
; Mailing Address: California property situate in Clay
2 enclosed porches living NATIONAL TRAINING SERV- Men's Colony. P. O. Box E. County, Florida: in Erie enrL, with a broker '

SELL OR TRADE: Several room dining room electric ICE INC. Box A, Clay County fornia Room;2280. Los Padres Cali Lot 19, RIDGEWOOD 16 Block 3, Section DIVISION hip. Miss Stella Coates who is WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER

good used cars utility trailer kitchen. 5 miles south Green Crescent Green Cove Springs, JAMES LEONARD STRICK- of Orange Park in our clinic and Mrs. Molly I
LAND. if: alive and the unknown -
according to Plat recorded 59c
power mowers rototiller electric Cove on Hwy 17. Call 284-9744 Fla. 2-8-1 spouse of JAMES in Deed Book Linfield Gracey who is on her 5 LBS.

refrigerator 40" stove I LEONARD STRICKLAND. ii "Q". page 663. Current honeymoon with the Rev 1
gas : alive and. if dead, the unknown Public Records Clay
'
singer electric sewing machineT. :1 WOMEN 18 to 55 PLUS ? ? ? spouse heirs devisees County. Florida. Frank Gracey. Refreshments i i

.. 15" tires FOR RENT: 3-room furnished DOCTORS and DENTISTS: grantees creditors or other WITNESS: my hand and the were served. Mrs. Goldie Britt VEGETOLESHORTENING
,., water pump
parties claiming by through seal of said Court at Green i
and wheels. Ph. 284-9335 apU at 100 West SU $50 with Need women to train to be under or against the said Cove Springs. Florida this 13th had baked a special cake. ,

lights and water. Phone GCS I Assistants, Receptionist Office JAMES AND. Residences LEONARD: STRICK- (day SEAL of) July A. D. 1963. Others present were Miss Isa j i

284-3213. 5-9c Management and Practical UNKNOWN; GEORGE L. CARLISLE Neel :Mrs. Mary Faddool, Miss
FOR SALE: Reconditioned up- All parties having or claiming Clerk of the Clrrnlt Court
dome Nursing. Preliminary have By Grace M. Carlisle Edith McDowell. Mrs. Harry
right piano Guaranteed. Ph any right title or interest WITH
$5.00 FOOD ORDER
2S4.-3278. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houseon training given at home in your in the in Complaint the property tiled described In this SEALDeputy Clerk Perry Mrs. Eva Dean Miss

large lot. Convenient to spare time. For information cause i July 18, 25. Aug. 1. 7. 1963LEGAL Edith Conn and Mrs. R. P.

FOR SALE: 16 ft. boat 6 ft. school and church. Stove fur- II address and phone number to: suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you a,' I Plimpton.Mr. 3 LB. CAN.FRESH.39c

beam 30 H. P. Evinrude windshield nished. Phone 2844244. "Careers" P. O. Box 218, Lady and and BESSIE JAMES STRICKLAND 1* STRICKLAND, his NOTICE

top side curtains 1 '7-25 8-15-c Lake. Florida. 5.30 6-20-c ELIZABETH wife; JOHNNIE MAE STRICKLAND OLIVER; IV THE CLAY COUNTY and Mrs. William H. GROUND

pr. skits, canvas cover life jackets BRUMBHLOW; TfADENE JUDGE'S COURT IN AND: FOR
MEN WOMEN 18 to 55 ? STRICKLAND CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIN
plus WHITEHEAD '
titlt trailer.
heavy duty JOB WANTED and HETTIE FATETTE RE: ESTATE OF JOSEPHINED.
Ideal safe family boat. Maybe Motel or Resort Management in the above entitled ENGLAND WILKIN. deceased. CLASSIFIEDZENITH BEEF39c
RESPONSmLEV031A.. desires NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
lien. Women cause and that
284-3278. or Couples can you are hereby APPLY FOR FINAL
seen. work as a housekeeper or required to file your answer I
DISCHARGE I I
make high salary plus apart- with the Clerk of this Court
babysitter. Will do ironing and to serve a copy thereof upon Notice is hereby given that i i Trans-Oceanic Y-600
ment. Pick your own location I have filed my Final Report '
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorne.s" 7-Band short radio.
Call 2849497.BE for Final Die- I wave AC/
FOR SALE: 5U room house with Placement whose names and ad- and petition I
our Assistance.
dress WILLIAM,. C. GUTH- charge as Executor of the estateof DC and battery portable. 16 LB.
with Florida room. Garage. Learn at home in JOSEPHINE D. WILKIN
RIE. JR.
your spare and ARTHUR T.
t'
Tone values. Clean logs. $85
Deceased, and that on the 1st
Large fenced-in lot with shade SURE TO SEE World Book time. For Personal Interview BOONS, 102 Florida Title Building day of August 1963 will replyto
Jacksonville
will
2, Florida not or trade for portable Slim
trees. Near schools. Reason- before buying any other ency- Write-American-P. O. Box later than August 26. A. D. 1963. the Honorable Thomas J.Rivers. .t MORTON BEEF CHICKEN\ TURKEY
.
If you fall to do Decree Pro County Judge of Clay line TV. 236-A Pringle ClreleMa&'Dol1a.
able. Phone 2843384. clopedia. F. L. (Gene) Croft 218, Lake Lady Florida. Confesso will "be entered so. againstyou / County. Florida for approval of .
8/1-8-15 p your local representative. P. O. 5-30 for the relief demanded In said Final Report and for final 8/1-r
6-20-c the Complaint.The discharge as Executor of said MEAT PIES
Box %01. Keystone. Phone 473- nature of said suit being estate.
1963.
This 10th day of July
for
partition of the following
4896. Aug. 1. 8, 15. 22, 29 p JONES &; HALL NURSERYNow described property: Richard C. Gordie CHRISTMAS SELLING season
TRANSCON heavy duty auto- Executor
Those certain lands located In
Open 7 Days A Week Clay Richard C. Gordie win soon be here. Prepare now
mobile tow bar. Adjustable all] County Florida. to--wlt;
FOR SALE Siamese Come Out Browse Around PARCEL L Attorney 18 for. 25 the Estate 1963 for large profits selling beautiful For $1.00HJVhere
bumpers welded safety chains : Kittens- The Southwest Quarter (SW July 11. ; Aug. 1. 6

$40, or will dicker for TV or $10.00. Phone 284-3351. See Our Stock Vi) of the Northwest Quarter Avon Gifts. Write Mrs
(NWi) of Section 22.
Highway 13 South of New LEGAL NOTICE
articles of like value. 23C-A 8.1 Township 4 South Range 23 Gainesville FLu 8 1 c
Bridge, turn right at Couecove Cast containing 4. acres
Princle Circle Magnolia Apts. more or less.'
FREE PUPPIES Store follow siD1s.I PARCEL II. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN j:j i'
8/1-P : Call 4-3803. '
The Northwest Quarter (NW THAT X, CHARLES MORRIS
Vi) of the Northwest Quar- who was covlcted In the Circuit
I I till M-H"M"M"i ter ( rwof Section 22. Court of Clay County Florida


I i: : :: : : AREA BUSINESS: i : :DIRECTORY toeth the Township more East rents--or containing with less.4 profits South an accounting 40 Range acres there 23 of al at and 1953.Life the sentenced of,Fall will the term apply offense therefor thereof for of to clemencyto ,Natnr-l RAPE A. D.,? The Best Is Better" We Electric CoDed


etc
,. . ... the Stat Board of PardonsTallahassee. ZY
. . . . -- -- -.- -.-. from and that said property be i O
Florida, at its next'regular
sold an<' the proceeds thereof
distrfb.--ed 'n accordance with meeting. I THE and
FURNITUREAIR DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT said "t."- o-'T tln of said defendants and for ( ) I BEST Telephone
BASE FURNITURE CO ftp* "." 'lief.WyrNESS -1. I.
hand and the seal YOUR
AMERICANOFFICE my i
Fine Furniture EASTERLING PHARMACY of said Court at Green Core Bins
Carpeting Appliance SUPPLY CO. Springs Florida this 22nd day LEGAL :NOTICE:' NEEDSIS
of July. D. 1963.
Complete Home Furnishings I Reliable Prescription Service EtRc L. CARLISLE.

5053 Roosevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner Clerk at the Circuit Court. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Jacksonville EV '7-4611 By Grace M. Carlisle. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

Complete.. ...... ,-",Cosmetic,...-- ---....-Dept.'.X Specialists in July25. August Deputy 1. 8. 15.Clerk 1963 Notce: Is hereby under given that the HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGS
undersigned the provisionsof
TRAILERS
.
Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Eq alp- chapter IU-.,. Laws of Florida -
*--' LEGAL NOTICE Acts of 1957. will nretotet f Get It All From
Pacemakers Peerles meet
and Pharmaceutical NeedsSundries20M with the Clerk of the Circuit ,
Air Stream for Travel .....-,.."..... .-'. .- Court In and for Clay Couny t
Used. Trailers-Bank Financial Complete. Line of Greeting TO WHOM TT MAT CONCERN State of Florida upon receipt 0 B. ALL HARDWARE
I. :- *. 3 pigs have taken up At my of proof of publication of thl& .
"
0017 Roosevelt Blvd. BIi.n'diJ'B:. CardS place. Lnm Grant, about 4 miler notice the Fltitious name of"
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. ETC south of Middlebnrg. If not LAKE GENEVA INDUSTRIES 1922 HIzhway 17 Phone 264-6831 Orange Park
Jacksonville EVonl 2055-57 Park St Jacksonville claimed In weeks same wfll be Signed{ ARNOLD LARSEN
EV 8-8578 .
sold by me. ... ...8/1-1-15-22. Aug 1, 1. 15. 22. 1963