The Clay County crescent
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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 8, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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WinsAgain. Jail Break Spotlights .


More Need For New Building ': !

i Wait Ahead"We ., k.

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hope the base win belong to the .Ctty of Green Cove TheJthI Brief Plight To'Freed om The Break "'.S "

I by Labor Day barring romp.! new cfteEtacJe.: Berwick: Anderson
said yesterday.

' ;validation d: the:' .City's $775,000 of revenue certificates -
late last week, Green Cove officials: were optimistic I ItECOHMEND:j To 4fae tOanirty: Commissioners ffliat"a separate f Last Thursday afternoon two young mem stared with the

| hat two crucial waiti periods would pass_ Without further, building -wtin modern f aciUUes 3>-made available for aB .. resignation of accustomed defeat into the'muzzle of a revolver
difficulties: \ 1 Countysenteneefl ;Inmatesvr.. Instead, construct :anew; JaU I held by Deputy Sheriff L. A. Binns.

A 30-day US-imposed waiting period which began on I and remodel;the present jail 4o"be used:as'a stockade (for eon- The moment they stopped running down Highway 17 south

July 17 when the General: Services' -Aflmlnl.strafio reversed Tided prisonersworking ?suds). Ate- of Green Cove must have been one of deep bitterness for the
1 its .own earlier recommendation and called on the Along with .a *!poor'" rating on the physical facilities and : I two of them. For the second time in eight days the remorseless

Federal Government to'sell the base to the,City at $750,000. equipment of the County Jail this report is turned in month 1I land of Justice had reached out to withhold from them the
GSA earlier! had recommended that it be sold to the State after month.to he Board x>f County Comissioners-by:IR.: P. Mc- I reedom 'they 'SO desperately sought.

i| c. for 620400. Under:"VS law.the recommendation must go Lendon. prison inspector. Flrolda, Division of Correction.The p As Sheriff John Preston Hall observed dryly on the returnof
I -,to the Senate and'House/ government operatios committee inadequacy of :the present jail part of which dates: the pair to the County court house. This is not an east
back to 1B89.: :another to "1935 pointed hist week by the "
I and' lie therefor a, 33-day period. During this period of -was up ,* ocunty to escape from.
dramatic break -of two menwho .
nad escaped theweek before
i incubation, the,,recommendation may be Vetoed a rare oc- .
from the State Prison at Doctors Inlet. *
| currence. Unless is, the sale is regarded as simply a camp ._ w4 Thomas Wayne Clark 26 years old. escaped from
1 matter of form. Expiration: date: Aug. 16. With a piece of steel auto spring -andwhat appears to be
; A 20-day validation part of an old iron bed the escapees Jimmied open a bar in the State Prison camp at Doctors Inlet at 7:19 o'clock
waitings-period duringwhich of the
their cell, crawled .out 31 hole bom\ ,the size of a man's hat'by
Saturday night.
revenue. certificates may be appealed to the Florida Supreme Using bloodhounds prison guards andSheriff"s
Court. Expiration date: Aug. 21. heavily soaping their bodies and .fled after beating the Jailer
into insensibility deputies captured him at 1:%$ o'clock Sunday
Three Gren Cove \ -wA' ,
taxpayers only one of them a residentof :
Sheriff .J'obnHa11: estimates that a new jail -which would morning 200 yards off
the City, have spent theysummer ina huggermugger of litigation J Highway 21 near Bellair. He was
adequately the County the next three four decadesof
serve, for or
aimed at preventing sale of the base to the City. ; t ; sentenced to another year for escaping
w retired growth will, cost upwards. ISOJDOO.>> )
Frank Canova who several years ago from the publications -
department ,of Hercules Power Co.; Hex Smith, an Sheriff Hall points out that he 'now has faCilities for ap .
Sheriff John 3IaIl's 'hat is held beside bole in the'eU .it had
started perhaps, this brief
office equipment "salesman who lives in St. Johns County; and proximately prisoners. White prisoners are. DOused on the image of paradise when
Wiggins resident of Keystone substantial. property second floor of the new (28 .years old) wing; colored prisoners ', bars through which the two men fled. Following their tl'.fc! hours earlier the, two men pried a small opening in the

SaM in Green Cove; 'Were at It again last'week. They inter- on the first. Each cell Is equipped with toilet and washing capture they told deputies they heavily:lathered their bodies ,bars of their cell In which they were lodged at County Jail and
with soap before wriggling out this .hole. then waited In the hall for Jailer John
faciliti Cercy. When be walked
in the validation proceedings andwere called on ; '
up the stairs, the two beat him
irhat might be termed tt 1r third strike. However the jail has no separate quarters for juveniles and, savagely over the head took
$325 in
cash from his pocket and
Stephen Stratford a Jacksonville attorney rand partner of as the Sheriff points out. if a colored woman charged with plunged out into the still

LaCY Mahoh Jr., who heretofore has represented the three taxpayers murder and a colored child charged With stealing a candy bar morning.
tod Circuit Judge John "M. "McNatt lastweek that the I were in jail at the-same time they would nave to be quarteredin The Jailer, who may or may not have been ,knocked briefly

nabling act under which Green Cove got the 'Florida Legis- the same cellObserving ,> unconscious' soon dragged himself down the stairs to give the

lature's blessing in its proposed acquisition of the base containsno I that the City of Green Cove's Jail is in somewhat I alarm: As he was taken to Clay Memorial Hospital to have:

'safeguards that thexClty: win use the base to benefit the worse codition:than.the County: jail the Sheriff said he approximately 100 stitches sewn in his battered head, deputies

public::a ; thought arrangements could be made, as .they are in other spread out over the town and dogs barked. Later tiwir owners
,' 'UaSer' the bin. Mr.-'Straford argued "the city has blanket Florida county seats.. to.house City prisoners in the County JaU : said they barked because. they smelled the fear II ,the fugitives:

f authority to dispose of :the property piece by piece or aH of it with the City reimbursing the County -for whatever charges they forgot to bark regularly. But word was passed from
The bill contains'no requirements that-any.pf- 'facilities jbe house to house and as deputies poked under buildings, house-

used for the benefit of the public. + wives poked under beds. ,
; 'ta 1ltoallocgBoOr'ari1 'rie ,jail to the future .--1:;_ :... .
He said it was a'violation of the State Constitution to spend be approved by; the County' Cornmisslon,.,the".Sheriff said he The word was: Joseph T. TirutaTl and Royt.Yate3 are des-
public money for "private enterprise; He said hisclients.* only would-favor the present.."location:, Trie proximity ofthe jail i erate. .
interest was that the facility be Used for the'benefit
Berwick Anderson of Green Cove and Thomas Anderson to court -whenever they [are required there. the larceny of a heifer; and Roy Yale, 21. seven yeaa for I

Miami representing the City argued that the'city planned to ." Sheriff Hall oppOsed Mr McLendon's idea of remodeling breaking and entering, had made a run for it a week earlier

utilize the water, sewer and electrical utilities on. the base i thepresent jail-as a "stockadeT for road gangs. Such a stockade while they were serving out their brief sentences at.the State

and to develop recreational facilities for the benefit of citizens. he said should be built out of ,the Citywhere its construction F w prison camp at Doctors Inlet. They were captured the next

Interest of Public maintenance and security were cheaper. Y morning In the County and as.such were lodged in tne.Cou.Q.tl.

They stated it is necessary for the city to purchase an of Only within recent years has the present Jail had dining jaU. .. ,

the base and said any part not needed for municipal use can I quarters for prisoners. A mall dining room was made of the It may have been, they never deluded themselves they-
be leased out to help finance the purchase. They argued,no old JaU kitchen when a new kitchen and cook's 'bedroom was Deputy I. A Banns and .. P. HalV: Jr. who picked up would make it this time. Neither had ever succeeded at any

evidence had been presented to show thc city Intended to act I added into the structure. two men; together with Sheriff Il questioned; the two men thing before. It may have been the magic'waS gone forever

other than in the public Interest I at the County Jail immediately following their capture. even before they broke, for the last time., \ .

State Atty. William Hallowes said it nay be illegal for the Tlndall. a high school graduate who
served three years in
city to enter into some type of lease agreement for the sole pur- Attention ay High Ban :,Mcm: ers the Army without a promotion is separated from his wife and

pose of assisting private nterprise. He added this could not : 2-year-old daughter. He does not know where they Jive. His '
be anticipated at the hearing and was a' queston to be raisedin On Aug. 19 and Aug. .26 ;at"7:30 P. M. in the Band Room mother Is widowed. His father a carpenter "never: got In \

the future. the Clay High Band will have its first rehearsals: of the football ,- r xcet jail except for being drunk. *

The"city plans to retire the revenue issue over a period of season. All uniforms and school owned 'Instruments be Yates efforts to adjust have been equally dismal. The t
30 years from sale of water and electricity. The share of son.
city's of : a widowed-and-remarried .
issued to bandsmen u this time. Plan to attend. sewing factory worker', he has air
state cigarette! taxes is also :
being pledged. 8th grade education and before his recent t
troubles he
., was a-
J- farm worker. He has four
younger brothers and
a sister "who-
j r .. DOCTORS INLET i Eri. wouldn't pick up money off the street if they found it."

: Host At Home '' CIVIC S CENTER Their apprehension occurred after a motorist notified the-
Clay Tri-County Sheriffs office he had seen two men dart into the bushes south
BENEFIT of Green
SATURDAY Cove. Deputy Binns
was sent
down to ascertain I
Demonstration Course '{{" Tie Doctors Inlet Civic : Iw ;: whether there were any tracks. En route Binns called back I
S and asked for a bloodhound. J. P. Hall Jr. and Joe Scruggs '
League will
sponsor .an old ___ of the State Division of Correction, took
a dog from
fashioned box supper .from *! ,. the
a. at Doctors Inlet.
By the time
until 9 o'clock; Saturday;jat ..thEleague's they arrived, the Deputy
had overtaken
the two loping down the highway.On .
x ,building. .
The women will fix.boxes and k charges of robbery, and escape the two men this'.week,

r decorate them each containing were. sentenced to an additional 30 years each. .-

food for two persons

I. 4 The men will bid on and buy 4 a, y -.'
the hosts and __ ..
proceeds wiL -. I
go toward paying the $200 Insurance Teaching Salaries Rise $150,000Teaching

premium due on She

building. salaries in Clay three of the buildings .
wqc Hamburgers, hot dogs and County public schools win rise Keystone school to theI
; and two
soft drinks will be sold to anyone more than $150,000 to a tow I to the W. E. Cherry and each
who does not bring las of approximately $1,218,00 R. C. Bannennan the
own food. J. P. Hall, Jr. shows Jailer John Cerey one of the two this year. In sehoob.

Y }Fk Chuck Dennis and his band bludgeons which felled him. The' authorized
will play after; 9 oclock. Admission ,jof the tw.. is a piece of steel auto spring weighing more than Instruction, at a meeting on! school payment for ab: DeW

to the dancing will be Dye pounds. In addition to the wound en Us foreheai, Sir. July 16. the proceedings of they busses at such time at
$1.00. Cercy suffered deep scalp lacerations .which. required approximately which were not made public are ready for delivery
100 stitches to sew up. until August 5. tentatively ap- The following teachers were

proved the 1953-64 budget f named for the coming Year

I which cans for over-all expenditures Mrs. Mary Derraedy Green
ZIP CHAT AT Eraser" Offered Job ;; approximately 115,000 'Cove Junior High; Mrs Sfair-
Icy Weesw
.N higher than last year. and Mr. Ross Miles
Under a schedule of salaries Orange Park Hfeh-:
IS TO As Senate Secretary Mrs. Dorothy
adopted by the board, individual DnPree. Doctor
Inlet Elementary _
I teachers' will range :. ui 'D *
pay between -- -
Cobb. .
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NATURE, !" State Senator Edwin G.Tras- he wants It. a low 01 *s,1>> anrntaif Mr: Jajav Spberry Elementary-;
Answer "Agreed, but er. who will be squeezed out of Senator Fraser would If he ly to $6,050. Substitute teachers Ramsey. and Mr.
: his seat in the Senate next accepted the post be requirec will receive "ffbm::: $9 10'' ChaJ'Ies'.eaWweJI.. both of day
little children throw things *
in not .l knowing:'any bet year by the recent legislative: to resign from the Senate earlyPresumably. $2 .50 a day. .:tAt v :. :-- I Hteb Keystone: Mrs. Minnie Walker'

f > i reapportionment has been offered until the next legislative the same time the Board Height; a** Mtn
r l r kr"Ql the post of secretary of election. Senator Charlie authorized Hirris C. Long tc Jean Gitaour. Orange Park
Home Demonstration leaders of Clay Cot ntJ' were hosts last week to their counterparts estlonDon't they High.
i the State Senate. according tc Johns of Starke. will 'servE purchase seven buildings now
in St. Johns and Putnam counties.Vork.1n: in classes and seminars on such subjects a3choosing have pareutsrAnswer: "Yes.but likely the Baker Couty Press. published the needs of Clay County. Nc available to schools "at a aural: ReaimaUsn of the "'wtDg

furniture.ihe--use of,electrical* >: pcsf..ptlyowtLAttire.wdrR.the.group; _metJn" -parents""do'not'k 1 their at Macclenny. SenatorFraser's legislative sessions: are slated) per cent of their appraised teachcjf wee accepted:

all-day sessions Wednesday at the First Methodist Church. Shown above L to r..are: Nettle child does: this.: ,. home. until after the election in November price"m order ,to ease Ml* Doris M. Seig frem

.,.Bath Brown. SU,Johns County Home Demonstration agent; Mary S. Gann, Putnam'County; Exit ,1'ill the ..mor The Press'said that,Senate 1964. At, that time I the=crowded conditions at the W. E. cherry 'Heaeataryt
Demonstration' 'Jfor me'way to let President Wilson Carraway Clay win-go into senatorial W.ILCherryR._ O. Banner- Harry C. Manns Ul.l1vJlL K
iHome agent; Margaret Nelson,, Clay County Home Demonstration agent"Essie: reason s -- : _
confirmed the Tallahassee report district with Bradford*'County man and Keystone S ho Ii" tone Hefefite; aDd zSTlraa
Thompson. assistant Home Demonstration agent for Putnam County; and Sandra Reese 3DssNelson's them know! Sara )iail.ek that the $13.000-a-yeai presently served by Senator Mr. Long was further author- Strickland from Crags Park H-
assistant. (See story on page 5 and ediiortal). position is Senator Fraser's 11 Johns. ized to accept bids to move ementary.


.. .PAGE TWO Qllatj!(
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.. Four County; residents, two
l.. : -. "
>c .5 .>'- of them public school teachers
i f' : ; ," : will be among 852 graduates In
jfiJsi1".pr :] i How equal are you? '
\ Fourteen .P >l the current term at the Uni-
: It seems to me this is a 'proper question "for every .American versity of Florida. Though the
\ *
to-ask himself at this junc ture. ?
.,., will receive their diplomas up-
--- Put another way does your vote count when the cards
>'\v: Now comes Margaret Nelson Sandra Reese and"sundry on completion bf their work,
are down, one-half a vote a full vote or two votes?
.other ladles of the County- with a\nBC .Ot 1 12X f1JW! J1.tG VJ ; ,grin:!; column last week that the South had had no t they will not be formally recog-
r1 xuzed as such until annual
f' ,,,Beside this new list the 95 points..nailed to the door of the decisive voice in the shaping and direction of American political commencent exercises next

Castle Church at Wittenburg by Martin Luther in the year 1517 affairs for more than a century because the South for more

demanding an end to the abuses of indulgence; beside this new than a century has been on the defensive.In May.Mrs.

WoodrowVilson's fourteen points drawn up for the Imogene Norwood, who
list even a very real sense such is the position in the United + ar
achievement of a Just and lasting peace after World War I resigned as a public school
States today of the white Protestant. When was the last Baptist {
all such lists pale. march on Washington? When was the last time 10.000 or'I} teacher last spring to become
I, County librarian and who has
Miss Nelson's list tells milady how to compete with Jackie 50.000 Methodists converged on Tallahassee: demanding that

Kennedy (the female one) in the clothes-horse business. Don't the State Legislature give Methodists of Florida some ..special' resigned that position to take
the job of librarian at the
count your blessings it says till you've counted your bracelets "right?"
Charles E. Bennett School receives
{ sequins spangles flowers and. by all means the fringe (and Silly? I Ra
a degree as master of
not on your surrey top). In short if the excess baggage a lady No sillier than the demands of the pressure groups that '
Education. The same degree
wears over and beyond,what is required to keep her out of jail hvae successfully hounded Congress for years. I
goes to Philip N. Stough a
adds up to more than 14. she is D-E-A-D as far as style is All of which brings me. to two of them now making news. Science teacher at Green Cove

concerned and had as well take the veil. The first group is, of course the 250.000 marchers scheduled, Junior high.

/ One of the liveliest corners at the upcoming Family Frolics to go to Washington later this month. Their mission is to

might be a booth (with results guaranteed kept secret) at which convince the Congress that the American people are solidly From Keystone. Kay Hornor

I Misses Nelson and Reese graded all takers on Style. A flowered behind the idea that Jackie Kennedy's civil-rights-package Is Renfroe will receive the same
in need of fast in both houses degree. And from Orang
.} dress two bracelets a ring or so and some multi-colored shoes passage of Congress.
The Green Cove Springs All Stars take to the water enthusiastically they take to Park David Lester Bell will b<|
and stockings would about do it. The atmosphere in Washington will somewhat differ- as as
fi n'f!i Count your points. Hup two three four ent from what it was on two earlier occasions when the .nation's the baseball diamond. They are shown above at a swimming party sponsored by the Little awarded the degree of bachelor

legislative branch was besieged by two other pressure groups. League at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Coster last Thursday, August 1st from 2 until 1'. of Science.

They not only enjoyed ::&e swimming oaf brought: heaU:") appetites along for the picnic
t In 1893 a ragged band known to history as Coxey's Army:
sapper. The invited guests included their c ach. Rufus Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Bailer,
P arrived in Washington.: Their convocation resulted from a
i 0r: Ministerial Changes Mr. and Mrs Homer Christian and Mrs. R. P. pearman.
national financial panic resulting in unemployment. They

only desired to eat. They were arrested by District of Columbia

'I police for walking on the grass. They never had a chance to l' ?
Announcement of the early retirement of the Rev. Robert present their demands; they went home Electrical Engineer
J. Sudlow as rector of St. Marys Episcopal Church in Green Cove High Court Rules Against
that After World War I, another band of dreamers went to WATCH
brings to seven the number of major ministerial changes
Washington the "Bonus Marchers." The Chief of Staff of Engaged GCSThe
have occurred in the County within less than a year. By
the United States Army, General Douglas McArthur, who never State In McCullers CaseThe "t ?
I By transfer all three of the County's Methodist ministers dies but is only fading away had his soldiers fire on them.
Green Cove Springs City
left earlier in the summer. Both the Episcopal and Presbyterian Doug was ever the champion of the underdog.
churches in Orange Park have new ministers. A. E. Madaris These predominantly white Protestant pressure-groups case of husband-slayez Mrs. McCullers testified at Commission voted Tuesday

I pastor of the First Baptist Church in Green Cove one of the both met with failure. They are history. We shall see how Mrs. Lois McCullers is back ''the trial that she killed hex night to hire E. C, Nalle oi I

.County's largest congregations recently resigned to accept a the 250,000-man civil rights marchers make out how the police where it started two years agoi husband Donald due to numerous Jacksonville on a retainer basisas

pastorate in North Carolina. control them and what if any benefits they reap for their n the Clay County Circuit instances of mistreat- electrical engineering con I
j' travels.A ment and abuse while he was I
involve however we may gloss over it, the "t
These changes Court.T. intoxicated.The sultant for the city.
spiritual well-being of something like 2,000 of the County's second pressure group in the news are the Zionists. sen- 1 Nalle is expected to

church-goers. It may be unfortunate but the fact remains ator Fulbright's foreign relations committee (or sub-committee) J. Jennings and Jame Circuit Court decisionwas prepare THIS

JI F, that mortals rely on other mortals for an outward communication is currently (15 years late) "investigating lobbying for Israel. Norton attorneys for the Or- overturned by the Appeals distribution maps for the local: I

i I to or from the Almighty. The better and more personally During the early establishment of Israel Zionism's lobbying ange Park woman were notified Court on the argument that electrical system and assist the I

known the medium of such communication the minister consisted of the arrival in Washington every week for many this week that the State testimony of a Jacksonville i city in other ways as neededHe 1 1T
I months of trainloads of Bronx youths who raced and down psychiatrist should not have
up Supreme Court had upheld a 11 11I
I'' the easier it becomes for each of us. also will be available to help
f the halls of both the House and Senate office buildings shout- decision by the Court of Ap- been admitted as it would bf I
i II The five new ministers who have already come into the ing that the progress of the whole Free World depended upon peals'granting Mrs. McCuHan based on hearsay from person put the electrical distribution -

County to fill these vacanices are. for the most part highly the establishment of a Zionist homeland. As a working news- a new trial. who did not testify. system at the naval base I

i j educated articulate and dedicated men. We hope they will be paperman in Washington at the time. I talked to a great manyof into operation if it is acquired
The State of Florida
f followed by two more as quickly as possible. We hope they these boys. I did'not then and I do not now believe Mrs. McCullers was convicted appealed -' by the city as anticipated it I
the decision to the Supreme -
of manslaughter and
t will all, as they say rest their hats and sit a spelL that 10 per cent of them had any notion of what they were sentenced
to 19% in tit Court on a petition fox was explained.In .
''I talking about. I am. in fact convinced they were paid mer-
Circuit Court in September ol I a writ of Certiorai which was other business the city
cenaries.In .
denied last week.If SPACE
196 in a trial that attracted :
J discussing a week ago the background of Barry Gold- agreed to contribute $200 to the
Fill That Hole widespread attention. She hac a second trial is held. Mrs.
Gaping water. I mentioned that he 'was half Jew and half Episcopalian. second annual Family Frolics
been indicted for manslaughter McCullers can only be tried fox ':
One of the County's liberals called me down. Did I hold this! Day to be held in Springs Park
in the shotgun slaying of hex manslaughter. She has beer
i against him he asked me? No, I told him; I only held against
husband at their home neat free under bond pending the Labor Day under the directionof
Dean Acheson. President Truman's Secretary of State who
him the political misfortune that he wasn't a quarter Jewish,
I Orange Park in May of 1961. appeal. Mrs. Mickey Saam.
precipitated "police action" in Korea by announcing the
a quarter Irish a quarter colored and a quarter American I
United States had no interest in the military defense of South Indian.

II Korea has placed both feet squarely once again in his oral The establishment of Israel was. in my opinion a geographical -

i cavity rape. It grew out of the so-called Balfour Declarationwhch When fun-time counts you drive, there's a Standard gasoline that's

As reported by Drew Pearson in the Jacksonville Times- said, in effect that establishment of a Zionist homeland is. just right for its needs-Crown Extra, Crown or

Union. Mr. Acheson recently made some off-the-cuff remark WOULD BE CONSIDERED. It wasn't considered. The Zionists STANDARD STANDS OUT Economy Crown. Each is famous for Iong-running -

I to some college students on our closest ally. Great Britain ("a .simply grabbed the land from the Arabs as the Episcopaliansof mileage,dependable performance,top power -

second class power an empty shell; Mr. Nehru and the Indian Florida might forcibly sieze Penney Farms and oust the Sparkling GO!Is that what you want from your at its price. Standard gasolines offer all the

Government ("Nehru is an old fraud the Chinese invasion of residents. It was legitimized by Harry Truman when his car? Then-.try the gasolines that are custom- power your car can use-and not a nickel wasted
India was a happy Incident because it exposed Nehru for what former partner in an unsuccessful men's clothing venture in
made to keep your engine and fuel system So always stop at the familiar Standard
he is'); and Brazil ("the people are lazy and incapable of sup- Kansas City himself a Zionist persuaded Truman to recog-
sparkling clean- today's Standard gasolines sign where we take better care of car.
nize the nation. The Arabs who have been living in refugee
porting or governing themselves" Mr. Acheson did not. new
Dixie's most popular motor fuels.Whatever car STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
however, be it said call for a receiver to take over any of them). camps ever since are no more impressed by the vast improvements -
wrought by the citizens of the new nation than would bea

So what I ...... ,' .... '.
i man who held IBM stock until it went to $500 a share be 1 y. : ; 'T' >1f.
So. if Mr. Acheson were not one of the most powerful .
impressed by the man who held it while it reached $350 a share.
if not the most powerful behind-the-scenes foreign policy
Beyond the stupidity of the Ku Klux Klan. the white Prot-
advisers to Jackie'Kennedy it could be laughed off._
i estant in America today is in the position of the Southerner.He .

As it Is. and coming from so powerful a voice in Washington is far too busy answering a dare: "I dare you to exercise N(3 R.jity yp &,,,, Tiry.y.y

it will make interesting reading in the foreign ministries in your prejudices. I dare you to vote against a non-white. non- ,
X A'. .
X ,
London. New Delhi and Brasilia. It is about the equivalent of Protestant." ': $ > 3' ,7;R'"

a'Southern senator saying that some of our citizens are second The white Protestant in America today is. in a sense on

class citizens. And far. far worse than if a New York senator the run. He has no pressure groups. His own politicians are

said all Southerners are second class citizens. In this instance, elected to office by espousing the causes of minority pressure

not a word of protest has been raised. Ah. well it's just accord- groups.

ing to who you threw in Bobby Kennedy's pool last night. Surely it is the right and a most basic right of any

American to believe what he chooses. However, in the restraintsand

juridicial prejudices that are being put upon the majorityat

the behest of some minority the nation is losing its character.I n .
Mr. A&P
repeat: how equal are you? Chances are if you are white

and attend or even profess a Protestant faith your vote count

for .less in the Washington tally than it would if you were
"That wasn't the A&Ps store it was Jimmy Kirkland's something else.

store." I s v; ,

This remark heard in Green Cove over and over again

yesterday following the death of the man who had been "Mr. sI

A&P" to Green Covers for nearly a quarter of a century, typifiesthe River Bridge Still Under StudyOrange ti -

image he had built. Jimmy Kirkland and the A&P were
indivisible. Park officials were notified Tuesday night that no

Widely regarded as an 'old-time storekeeper" (the decision has yet been reached on location of a new bridge ':; '. .. .- .. S S

modern breed sticks to the office and paperwork and every across the St. Johns River. ,

customer is not. as it was to Jimmy Kirkland. a name an association Town officials in a resolutio adopted last month went on ,

a special boon to the vast empire he worked for. but record as opposing location of the bridge and interchange .z -

another ring on the cash register), Mr. Kirkland was activein within the city limits.In .

the affairs of the First Methodist Church and had served, a letter to Mayor Walter Odum. read at the commission

for a number of 'years, on the County Selective Service Board. meeting Tuesday night William T. Mayo. Interstate Highway

Administrator for the State Road
pledged that
A&P officials yesterday promised to fill his job with a
I town officials would be contacted when .plans finalized.
man of his talents. They admitted they could not replace him. are 1 -
"We are exploring different locations and alignments in -t
He will be sorely missed: a fine warm, gentle Christian who ,
Clay and Duval County." the letter stated. "At present we are
spent a successful lifetime minding his own business.
awaiting more detailed traffic information which will put us

in a better position to evaluate all aspects of the problem before .
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reaching any final decision." I

Orange Park officials and a large number of citizens nave :
-. .." PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAYBY expressed the fear that if the bridge is located within the city.' .
-: limits it will split the tow in half.
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.'< '\ CRESCENT PRESS. INC. In other business, the commission agreed to undertakea

Green Cove Spring: Florida study to determine the most feasible traffic .signals be installed -

:.- Phone 284-3166 at school crossings Hamilton Boulware. principal of the ,

,C... Orange Park Elementary School said signs now used at the I
N At ITORIAL crossings are not adequate to assure full protectio of children. '

Blinking light signals are under consideration if the cost isnt STANDARD :

prohibitive.The .

commission took under consideration a request from

Police Chief Joines that any person purchasing a pistol or
EDITOR ------. .. .. Duncan GronerGENERAL
-- revolver in Orange Park must have permit. This would
MANAGER ...-....... Eugene Koza a
assist hi m in keeping a file on revolvers that might be involvedin

Entered as second Class Matter July IS. ISiJ. at the Post Office. future crimes the chief stated.
Green Cove Springs Florida under the Act of March J, 197.
8 wB4 Class etase paid at Gees c... ..ri.... Via. The commission voted to charge a minimum fee of $10 per

SUBSCRIPTION! RATES day for groups using the auditorium section of the new town

One i Year-In advance $I 00 halL It was agreed that the auditorium would be rented only

_..... to civic and charitable organizations with no social functions P. F. Geiger, Agent Green Cove Spring

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THURSDAY. AUGUST 8, 1963 : vt .

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C I. ELIZABETH GRONER .284-3166 ,. @reeu (!t. au e c iu St1 = o -

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Clay County Servicemen 'I Up MHC& I Jeanne Geiger. daughterof

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Geiger

Army PFC Jerry D. Clevin- Harry W. Taylor FiremanU. Army Capt. Richard K.Stewart who win be married on August

ger. son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude I S. Coast Guard, son of Mrand whose wife. Hazel, lives at Penney FarmsReporter 16th to Mr. Ronald Wilkes has

8. Clevinger of Green Cove fe Mrs. Harry C. Taylor of I 221A Pringle dr.. Green Cove been entertained recently at

I a member of the 1st Cavalry Middleburg has been advancedin element of the Military Assist- : MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone 529-8131 several showers.
... ance Advisory Group in Viet- Mrs. Louise Smith enter-
Division which this month rating to Engineman, Third
commemorates nam. Captain Stewart is a Dr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Ack- Mrs. May Orr and Miss Car- tained at a dinner at Strick-
20th year of He is attached to the
j service in the Far East. Clev- Class. 1950 graduate of North Quincj erman of Columbia, visited the I rie Tarbell have returred froma lands Town House in Jackson-

\ inger. a driver in Company A Cutter Ojibwa based in Buf- (Mass. High School and attended Rev. and Mrs. Charles !rL Ack- 10-day trip to the Carolinas ville on July 30th. Attendingthe

1\: of the divisions's 8th Engineer falo. Taylor entered the Coast the University of Oma- erman before and after a va- Two days were spent driving dinner were the bridal attendants

I Battalion in Korea, entered the Guard two years ago. He has ha. vacation trip to Jamaica. Part i through the eastern part 1 their escorts and the

I I 1 Army in August. 1962 completed been awarded the expert med- of the time they were accompanied -i South Carolina visiting some bride's parents.

,: basic training at Fort als in marksmanship for bott Michael A. Young. 18, son oi by Mrs. Arthur Petersenof of the old plantations and Last Friday Mrs. Robert A.

Gordon, Ga., and arrived over- Mrs. Lena H. Young of Green Evanston, HL. the mother of many historic spots in the Lee and Mrs. Doyle Hester hada
the 30 calibre Rifle and the 45 been in Mrs. Stephen Ackerman. Charleston area. They went on linen "
seas in January of this year Cove has sworn as a i shower at the latte s
i The 20-year-old soldier is a calibre Pistol for two consecu- midshipman in the class of 1967 to Flat Rock to attend a Bible home with some 30 friends

I 1961 graduate of Clay Higt tive years. He is a graduate of He is undergoing summer Mrs. Homer K. Miller had as and Missionary conference at present.

IV SchooL Clay High School. training called "plebe sum- guests, last weekend Mr. Mill the Bonclarken Grounds.In Refreshments of cake and

mer," at the Academy in prep- er's sister. Mrs. Beulah E. Viv- punch were served from a table

aration for Joining the Acad- ien and her daughter. Jessie decorated with wedding bells
an unusual accident last __
emy's Brigade of Midshipmanin Warden. Mr. and Mrs. Vivien and fern. u
week. :Mrs. Florence Snow
p :. the falL new Robert Myers house (Airs. Myers is Madylen, lived at MHC, several years The bride to be received
broke both wrists when she
GREEN COVE CURB MARKET Upon graduation.Midshipmen the florist) is scheduled to be completed in another six weeks. ago. until Mr. Vivien's death lost her balance in removing 1 many lovely gifts. Among

receive a bachelor of science The 3-bedroom (and three bath) home will also house the Mrs. Vivien is now livingin I those present were Mrs. Wayne
OPEN7a.m.tllll0p.m. her dress over her head and
degree and are commissioned flower shopi in the 1-story wing in the foreground. Mr. and Seaford Del. and spends the I Geiger Mrs.. Henry F. Wilkes,
Closed All Sunday fell forward on both hands
Day Ensign in the Navy or Second Mrs. Myers who moved to Green Cove from Alma, Ga., nine winter with her daughter ir I mother of the groom and Mrs
Mrs. Snow is in Clay Memorial I
WEEK END Lieutenant I nth e Marine years ago;: will celebrate the fourth anniversary of Madylen'sin Haverf ord. Penn. 1 Annie Wilkes grandmother of
i Hospital and will probably be:
Corps, Army, or Air Force. September. Clude Moody is the builder. the groom.
ONLY confined there for severa: i
Saturday afternoon be-
: Mrs. Gertrude Post and Mrs weeks. I

ICE CREAM 1c Army PFC Von A 'Tucker C. P, Leach flew to New Jer-j tween the hours of 2 and 5
1. Mrs. Post will o'clock Mrs. Wm. F. Kenneyand
1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Garland sey on August The Rev. R. G. Kortelins
ENDCUTS Per LB.. ONLY I I E. Tucker, of Green Cove, com- visit her brother at Cranberry Mrs. F. I. Roberteen entertained -

PORK CHOPS : 3 39 9 pleted a four-week wheeled- i Lake N. J." and other ,rela- will be the preacher at the at a swimming party at

; l -; vehicle maintenance course at tives. Mrs. Post writes that Penney Memorial Church services -I the home of Mrs Kenney' at

1 3 LB. JARS the U. S. Army School Europe the flight was very rough at 11 o'clock Sunday. Miss "Rossland". There were some

f in Germay. in mid-July. Tucker while she was writing the postal combined adult classes at 1C 15 people present and Miss

PURE LARD ,:: : 39 a mechanic in the 10th ArtlIlery's 4'i card. o'clock. Geiger received many lovely
gifts of lingerie.
With Food Order 1st Battalion in Ger-

FLA. GRADE 'A" 4 DOZEN many, entered the Army in Miss Sarah R. Stoughton of

June 1962. BurlIngton N. J.. sang a solo
SMAll EGGS 99c "He careth for me" at the Pen-
With Food Order James L. ,Jordan senior chief .. .. ney Memorial Church servicesat ?. This Week's

FLA. GRADE "A" PER LB. damage controlman. USN son 11 o'clock Sunday. For the ....
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mona- offertory she played a flute

FRYERS : 25 gham of Green Cove, serving_ solo. "Gems from Gluck". Miss \\ BONUSBUYS
: aboard the nuclear-powered Stoughton recently was awarded (
With Food Order.,.,
attack aircraft carrier USS a scholarship in Music foi Ji:1!
I ; SLAB PER LB Meanwhile, another of Green Cove's old houses is beingrazed. "
the coming year. She returned:! : '
7 Enterprise currently operating It is owned by Gulf Life Insurance Co. It was formerlythe
with the Sixth Fleet in the to New Jersey on August 5.
SMOKED BACON 37 home of the late Daniel G. Bayer. The house is said. to
Mediterranean and slated tc
have been built approximately 50 years ago.
I n'E RESERVE QUA.' ITY RIGHT! I return to the U. S. late this Mrs. E. A. Morrison, whc

i summer. has been confined:! to the MHC

u '}, .' .-: ,4_x..._, __ ., __ ........... -. _I, clinic, for some time with a
.. .j :. : : ; :. Attention All: Boys broken hip, has,returned to_her

:.. ; apartment ,and has been en-
:.. "' .. .. : .: ? :. from her son-in-
.iI. ., t. i : Football practice will start at Clay High School, Thursday joying a visit | Plus Valuable Plafd'Staimps|
law and daughter, the Rev. and
.. : ,morning 9:00: o'clock, August 15th.
q""f' L : a Mrs. Stephen Murany. of the
T "0 ./.I All boys in grades 9 12 are asked to report for this practice. Ebenezer Presbyerian Churchof

....... :',... ..w .. ', aiC' Coach. Montgomery said that a meeting would be held in Brooklyn N.Y. Mrs. Murany

= .... -.- ?:. lr ', will remain with her mother .
<. : the gym to outline the practice schedule and to organize for ..
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"" -. 'T;' ::, the coming season. At 1:00 physical would be given to each while Mr. Murany goes
f Lakeland to visit his mother
t boy and then they would get to the business on hand. I, ', .' ...
> I and two sisters for several FULL CUT ROUND'\ r
.1't "., :,,r -. .." .,,(!;.......... ,t..,.....,' .'"-,.. Mention was also made that Dad's Club tickets are on sale weeks.
i'e'M; ; \ ..:. .11'", &" ', ".. ;M ...--...'.,_.,..' ",!-;>:,:-.'..tf' : ::. :' : and that everyone should join to help the athletic program. I "

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'T -'i': f:.... < ..;; f :- .. '. CARD OF THANKS I TV.ARR.ANTEDUSED .
: :';"))0..1.-. We wish to express our sin
: cere thanks to who
j" =. VOLKSWAGENS' ';' -
last week in the
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--i -' -,,;.-.:.. j Craven and Jack Daniels. Your SpringMOTORS
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,. Mr. and Mrs. Vonlehe CravenMr. LB.
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and ,Mrs. Eugene DanielsV -

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the event of the death of I : VOLKSWAGENAUTOMOBILES ANN PAGE GRAPE y .
an older war veteran, will his '.
GI insurance funds be distributed '

4- in accordance with his
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current wishes? 284-9209
Not in more than 50 percentof :
U. S. HWY. 17 NORTH 1
1 .. .. the cases says the Veterans
100 Yards North of Governor Creek t
Administration, as the result of

S'L: a The recent VA survey.had directed a re- OR PlUM PRESERVES

minder letter to GI policyholders PACETTI'S FISHING CAMP J

60 years of age and old-

er to check on the beneficiary
choices the veteran had originally RESTAURANTOPEN

made as well as his selection 45ct
af a lump settlement or
In 55 percent of the veterans'repUes.
: changes were requestedto
.'- bring the insurance settlement -
in line with the veterans TILL ;
Keep in Touch by Long DistancePick current wishes B. J. Gannon AH the Catfish you can eat. served with Slaw Hush
officer in charge. VA Office, Puppies and Grits or Potatoes $1.25 Plate or.. all the

Jacksonville said.PENTECOSTAL. Chicken you can eat. Hot Rolls Honey Salad and French YELLOW SWEETCORN
Pries $1.25 Plate.
up the phone and call back home. On Hiway 13 -3 Miles South of Oranredale

Phone 284-9311

Nothing's so easy and nothing's so nice. ..for saying CHURCH HOLINESS'

"I miss you and wish you were here." Vermont Are.
Greg Cove Springs FOR SALE.

Next time you're away,why don't you call back home?
You have a I.'

Special Invitation HEN FERTILIZER 49c
: -,i..k .i-: .,_, toad EARS
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: Sunday School 9:45 am.
'. ...(. aJi&tM : Preaching 11:00 a.m.'
Sunday Nite Serf. 7:00 pjn..
:. Prayer M. Than.: 7:30, p.m.' _, CaH, AIKEVS ACRES MELROSE, Prices In this ad are effective through Saturday, Ate.
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I --, Scheduled- For, Occupancy Soon i' Clay Hill a ,: To Open Dancing School

DONT MISS t;:. :

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I seems that Lacy Norman going to the Highland church,

and his horse got tangled up so"we went to the one closest-

Saturday. The horse fen on I Clay Hill. This seemed to up-

isALOF < -3 Lacy and injured his back He I set some of the folks, the knew
e,, 4r
had to go Sunday and :have I something was wrong-and 1

Dr. Bellinger "work him over!*" WAS IT! So our pastor.George z.: p 1'

a. s Bessie Strickland's back the bie Phillips came to learn ?

first of the week. She toughedit the trouble Sunday afternoon

THE ,; out 'until Sunday afternoon! and advised us to stay home

r-- 6 v I and decided to go and see what I until we feel better. We took
this same doctor could do fox'I their advice stayed home and

her. Well after all of that ad- soon went to bed. Of course h -

justment she sure did not gc the daughter Lillian Lioutza cr

to church Sunday night! We had come out from Jacksonville

understand Hazel Griffis had to take us to church, so we did. .
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to go to him Sunday morning We also saw Mr. and Mrs -

i also. When we talked to him, I Harry Padgett from Maxville. .
YfAARA The Admiral, Orange Park's newest apartment, is scheduled to be occupied within the we three were the only patients so we weren't the only ones z

next few weeks. The 16-unit building, with e:ght 2-bedroom and eight single-bedroom units, he had taken that day. So it playing hookie from their own
constructed through Metropolitan Life In urance Co. financing. Wall-to-wall carpetedand
was seems all of us had met a sad churches. ..
kitchen equlpt apartments will rent for $97.50 and $117.50 a month. fate of some kind. This writer ss,, .aJacqueline -,

felt better Monday morning. Mrs. Willie Padgett of Lawtey

WARM il Miss Sue Heinrich WedsMiss but not able to climb any spent the weekend with the
mountains make any high Yougan Padgetts. Among the
Jumps, or perform any great Sunday visitors to Yougan's
$15 & $20 permanentwaves athletic stunts so don't expectto were their daughter. Vina Mar-
Sue-Aldine Clare Hein Orange Park and the bride-
?>. price hear of any! tin and family Lawtey. alsc
by rich of Orange Park became I groom is the son of Mr. and Susie's sister. Mrs. Manda

ANN RISSMANCome the bride of Alfred Reneau Van Mrs. Clyde Hampton Van Lan- Manning. and son, Sidney: a

in witha Landingham of Macon, Ga-" duigham. Macon. A short time ago Yougan Lawtey. Sounds like they hada

Friend last Saturday afternoon in a The bride, escorted by her Padgett went fishing at Doc- house and yard fullbetterput
tors Lake with his son, Willie the "house spreaders" on
ceremony conducted at Trinity father wore a floorlengthgown
and James Godwin all were this
the house on Sundays;
2 operators Lutheran Church, Jacksonville, of ivory silk peau de sole
fishing in shallow water about might be good for the yard

MABELS by Rev. Roland G. Riechmann, with lace appliques, brief knee deep. Willie's oldest son also, but they can just turn the

pastor. sleeves, sweetheart necklineand Timmie, a small child was youngsters loose In the woods

1921 Hwy. 17 Parents of the bride are Dr. a chapel-length train. Her close to Yougan when Yougan and forget them-until time tc

Orange Park I realized something was wrong eat then Boy Oh Boy Be
264-9353 and Mrs. Edwin Paul Heinrich crown of seed pearls held a
with him, told Timmie to Sure There Are Plenty of Eats!
veil of illusion edged with lace. Jackson who has returned to her home after
get Willie as quickly as he
ft" rt Her flowers were gardenias.Her could, but before Willie could two years in New York as a dancing and ballet student and a
The Starling family will havea member of the Ruth St. Denis Modern Dance
a Company,
matron of honor, Mrs. get to him he had blacked out
family reunion at Strickland- win open a dancing school in Orange Park the day after Labor
Alfred L. Mullins Jr. of At- and had fallen in the water. All
ing. August 17. We could not Day. Miss Jackson who is a daughter f Mr. and Mrs F. M.
: COTNEY TIRE SERVICEs lanta, Ga.. and bridesmaids who know Yougan is a much learn just which of the Star- Jackson, studied under Robert Jeffrey of the American Ballet
larger man than Willie; Timmiecouldn't
Miss Judy Wells and Miss MaryJo lings are Included in this, so Center; David Harris of the June Taylor Dancers and Eugene
s help too small, James
.t 1 were told to include all Starlings Louis.
Cotney alike
were gowned
was scared too badly to do
little old and and
i .- 1v Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size. in street-length dresses of aqua much, so Willie had a very .
/ young! This takes care of
: / silk organza _draped over taf. hard time trying to save You-
;;';,.. but especially the ones relatedto BUT
k from drowning. Finally -
Dist Miller Tires-Antolite Batteries. feta. They wore se1f'fabricroses gan I Mrs. J_ D. Wilkinson and
as headpieces and at their he got him out_-fof"the'watef
i the ones in Middleburg and
and back home fishing
waistlines. Each carried three no Lawtey. Refreshments will be

Cor. Park and King... 4 ,1"J "," ;'Jacksonville.' Fla. long-stemmed red roses. that day. You know we' folk in the way of a covered dish
1 who subjected to these
Lt. C. H. Van Landingharo are dinner, so everyone bring your
black outs have business .
KEV 9-3027 or EV, 4- no dish and come on!
-t,91 Jr..
USN. Monterey Calif.,
l I fishing.. driving___ a_ car._ _, riding
n u
..,. -" served his brother as bestman. 60 LUCKY SAFETY RULES
horseback-well-it looks like
Ushers were Edwin P. Heinrich ire are not supposed to do : Mr. end Mrs.Mark Johns returned -
Jr.. brother of the bride; Jack
,1 home Sunday morningfrom
much of that! --
::<:,:\ Becker her uncle; Paul Childs a two weeks vacation and -
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AND IN : -.4< Atlanta the bridegroom's uncle visit to her relatives in Okla- BUILDING MATERIALS
..'- ; and John Rowe, Tampa.A This old "Lady Grunt" was homa. Said they had a very REMODELING

ORANGE PARK garden reception followedat feeling so tough Sunday morn- pleasant visit but Mark told his ., ? L I I p.i
-- the home of the bride's par- ing she didn't feel equal tc mother. Dora he was really .i I, r I 'I I REPAIRS

.: \ ents. After a wedding trip in I "beat," they had driven all of WEE ESTIMATES
::.G1 19O3:U. s. Highway 17 Phone 264-8431 the southern part of the state, the way back, no stops for rest Orange Park, Fa.tfMiik'coi ( .

:You're1n the drivers seat the couple will live in Charlotte SECTT STATE TOM ADAMS. Mark had driven all of the way
N. C. except for about an hour when
,$t the big Ford Sate-Of-The- I I REV. THOMAS D. RYAN Zelma drove. We know they

'Year. Red, white, or blue. 1- FILL PULPIT O. P. were in need of some rood old 264679t.
fashioned rest after all of this
Sbft=Top or Hard-Top-you METHODIST CHURCH I
"- trip.
nartte h,' it's waiting for you )1 k. While the Rev. Floyd Fisheris dW. :

nowl A Total PerformanceFord I Y ,on a two weeks vacation Tommie and Louise Collins ,
: at'the year's lowest from his duties as pastor of the and all six of their dauhgters

prices. Falcons, Fairlanes Orange Park Methodist Church Patricia. Lovell.- Kathy. Naomi 1035 U.S. Highway 17
Brenda out
Vera and were
'_.- the pulpit will be occupied by '
Sup Torque Fordsprovedfor I from Jacksonville to see the
SEPTEMBER 3rdJacquelines's
Tom Adams Secretary of Stateon
durability around the Yougan Padgetts Sunday. Susie -
... August 11th. Mr. Adams' I Rosa. Tommie. Louise and CLAUDE'S' COBBLER SHOP
world.Get 'em while they'rehotat
; will "Christians tc
t. subject be and two of the daughters came

your neighborhoodFord "C '' the Government". The following call on the Stricklands and Expert Shoe Repairing

dealer'sOFFICIAL ., I Sunday the Rev. ThomasD. visit for awhile also to get While You Wait Service
Susie tells us that
some pears.
'- '-> 'j Studio Dance Ryan who was pastor of the Aunt Babe is getting along just DYEINGRESTYLISGLu&"pze
; Of : .j church at the time of its found- fine still able to attend church ft Hand Bar Repair

1 .'1&1! 4Vt ing some 16 years ago, will ,be and enjoy other folks visiting CLAUDE R. JONES

< -- ... visiting minister. 1 her. 1712 Highway 17 Orange Parks
Ballet j j. ,'Toe -l' _. biodern, Jazz

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1726,Highway 17 Orange Park. Floridat "BECAUSE/ BEAUTIFUL.

Phone %61-%%& or EV 8-9371

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We welcome the management r "Wligre._Tlie.'" Best Is Better"QNLY ." \Ve Collect .
and personnel of Burlington Industries -
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: to our city area, and > never teL--TVhen you come to The Bank of
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country. The cooperation o I
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Middleburg Baptist Revival Keystone-, j Social Notes" I ,- James R Kirkland *

The A&P Food Store at Green Core will be closed

ESTRELLTTAS and I everyone should enjoy the this morning until noon In a gesture of respect for Mr.

PLAN BARBEQUE afternoon. There will be ample Kirkland, its manager for nearly 25 years whose funeralis HIT THE

Mrs. Dorothy Koons. presi- time to go home and get glam- scheduled to be held at 10:30 o'clock this morning.

dent of the Estrellita Club, reports orized for..the Firemen's BalL Services for,James Ralph Kirkland manager of the A&P

to the, membership that The Nooney's home Is not hard Food Store at Green Cove for nearly a quarter of a century,

there will be a called business td find. Go north,on 21, past Were to be held,at the First Methodist Church at 10:30 o'clock

r t r f meeting In the Masonic' Tem the Brooklyn Restaurant and this morning. Mr. Kirkland who was 58 years old died suddenlyin

..atiK ple next Wednesday at 10 take the first sand road on the the store late Tuesday afternoon.A .

_T o'clock, for the purpose of left. Your destination is just native of Georgia. Mr. Kirkland had been associated with

making plans for the chicken about H mile from the highway the A&P Company for 30 years. He was moved from Jackson- rn

barbeque dinner to be held in to the left. ville to Green Cove when the first A&P store was opened hereIn

the Temple from 5:30: till 7:30 1938 A year later he became manager of the store.

o'clock that evening. Proceedswill he regarded by his friends
Mr.. and Mrs.Kenneth Cooper -Widely liked and respected, was
benefit the Masonic build- ,and customers alike as 'an ''"old-time store-keeper," one who
and : have returned
1 .o ing fund.. Ticket donations family knew the vast majority of his customers by name and their
from Indiana, where they visited -
n h w will be $1.25 for adults, and friends and're1ativeS.: En :wants arid idiocyncracies.:. A Company' official yesterday described -

.,: 75c for children under 12 yearsof route to, him as one of their -highly respected" managers.Mr. .
Indiana they stoppedat
age.LION'S. Kirkland was a patient in a Gainesville hospital a few
Columbus Ga., to see Larry
minor throat operation which he believed relieved -
weeks ago for a
and Lane and their
4 The ,Rev. Dick Jensen (shewn at the right above), director of Youth for Christ In the TO HAVE a,shortness of breath from which he had been suffering
infant son. Russell. The elder BIG
greater Jacksonville area will' conduct summ-r revival services at the Middleburg Baptist STEAK DINNERThe Lions Club Coopers took Russell with themso However, on Monday evening and again on Tuesday morninghe
Keystone well.
complained of not feeling
next week, at 7:45 o'clock each evening The series dinner thatall their other relatives
Church from Snday through Saturday, will have a Steak on He was a member of the First Methodist Church the Green
could meet their first grand-
j of the church. Music wit be Saturday evening at the homeof and Selective Service Board.
was announced this week by the Rev. Bobby Knight, pastor child. In Indiana Russell 'was Cove Rotary Club the Clay County
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nooneyon He is survived by his widow, Mrs.. Thelma Kirkland; tw
4 directed by Tom Grey (left above) who is stu dying church music Wheaton College HL Brooklyn Lake from 3 till with his grandparents and he .
brothers: June Kirkland of Atlanta; and Dr. J. C. Kirkland,
visited his
A nursery will be provided each evening. Everyone is invited to attend the services. 7 o'clock. There will also be I great grandmother of Augusta; and five sisters: Mrs. Nell Sherman, of Vero Beach;
and his grand-
hot dogs and hamburgers them.for mother and grandfather! Rus- Mrs. Edith Malone of;>> Atlanta; Mrs. Elizabeth Heath, of Way- FICt

children who would have sell's mother is the former ross, Ga.:; Mrs. Lydia Mosley, of Jessup Ga.; and Mrs. Laura
Steak dinners will be $1.50;

William T. WagerServices Boyce.; W. CampEervices Infant Kersey hot dogs and hamburgers con- Lane and Mrs.Jackson Robert daughter Jackson of Mr.of ,Grimels.The Rev. Gordon Craig minister of the First Methodist
will be
less. This an
siderably Church was to officiate at the services. Burial will be in
for William T, for Boice Wayne Graveside services for Will- I all-family out-of-door affair.. Keystone. clickory Grove cemetery.

Wager 81 years old who died Camp, 58 years old. of Fellowship iam Ray Kersey infant son oi Honorary pall bearers are: E. D. Austin W. A. Wilson 1 \
Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Kersey,
at his home, 1114 St. Johns Park were held at the Well-Groomed? Well L. A. Norcross, Leo Maguire and members of the Rotary Club.
of Green Cove who died un- ; ARA
Active bearers Raymond Gambill. Leo Christie,
; pall are:
avenue, Gren Cove, on Satur- First Mehodist Church, Green expectedly at a st. Augustine
Richard Crockett. Robert Scott and Calvin Wilcox.
day, were held Sunday at the Cove, on Monday. He died. hospital on. Friday. were held
Helm Funeral Home in of
Count Your Pointsner was charge arrangements.
( Orange Avenue Baptist Church I Saturday at Clay Memorial] at the Russell cemetery Sat-

Mr. Waver a member of an Hospital after a brief illness. urday.
Approximately 50 women attended materials and workman-
t old Clay County family, whose An aircraft electrician. at Besides his parents the child Home ship are important. Covers MR. LARSEN O. K. Murrhee .... ..- ...
the tri-county
11 father emigrated to Florida NAS. Mr. Camp was a memberof leaves a brother Leroy T. Kersey -. Demonstration short course in vary greatly In price and can We are glad to report that
Jr. his maternal grand '
; Insurance Agency
t from Canada in the latter,years Elks,Lodge 1892,Green.Cove home-making at the First amount to half or more oi Arnold Larsen is feeling fine ; t;::) .
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
1 of the Nineteenth century He leaves his widow, Mrs. Higgins of Bunnell Fla.; and Methodist Church in Green the total cost of the piece. these days after reporting last

leaves his widow, Mrs. Cora J Ruth Ellen Camp, of the home; his paternal grandmother. Mrs. Cove last week. Judy Duerre. home econo- week that he was awaiting surgery -
I Let by Margaret Nelson and mist with Clay Electric Coop at the V. A. Hospital in tdA1
Wager; three sons, Clark, Reid a brother Penn G. Camp, oi Velma Kersey of Green Cove
Sandra Reese. Clay Home Dem- on the selection care and Lake City. As a matter of fact I
I and Leonard Wager, all oi Jacksonville; his step-mother, Officiating at the serviceswas onstration officials the ses- use of small appliances: Read it was a case of mistaken iden-

Green Cove; and a brother. Leo Mrs. Mallie Camp, of Griffin, the Rev. Jack Half Helm sions went into a variety of what ever instructions o r tity. The patient is Mr.

'. Wager of Springbank. Ga.; and 'two half brothers Funeral Home was in charge subjects from art in the hometo books accompany an electri- Eugene Harvey who lives at See: RICHARD MURRHEE

( The Rv. Jim McCullough Render Camp and. Dan. Camp, of arrangements.CARD the use of appliances and cal appliance and follow instructions Larsen's trailer park and whom Agent
how to deal with junior. 'as to its use and Mrs. Larsen kindly drove to Phone 473-4788 & Lr
pastor of the Orange Avenue both of Griffin.
Miss Reese on selecting and care. A blender may bE the hospital.
+i(1 Baptist Church officiated at Pall bearers were: Wayne OF THANKS arranging furniture: con- simply and quickly cleanedby ? 0' .

the services. Geiger Park Geiger Bill Geiger I would. like to express ma struction is as importat a! putting two cups of warn 1Buy

Pall bearers were: Walter ,. V. W Lusson David Ken* gratitude to the many good design. Check joints; every water and a little detergentin

F Ivey. J. P. Hall, Jr P. Hall, Jr.. nett and Bill HUtchings. friends who have brought oi joining of two pieces of it and beating. "Accentuate the PosIU..NGet
should be done with Nettie Ruth Brown. St. Johns
T. J. Jennings, Jr., Frank Burial services were to be sent me words of cheer and wood jJ
glued motrise and tenon oi County Home Demonstration
Schiele. Elmer Johnson and held at 10 o'clock this morningat many beautiful flowers duringmy dowels should be tight agent on good grooming: DC
stay at Clay Memorial Hos- ; a great big piece of good, shady, country land
Freman Everett. Forest Lawn cemetery, Columbus flush and smooth. Cornel not over-dress. Stick to 14
pital. A special thank and
} Helm Funeral Home was ir O. Helm Funeral blessing on the hospital you staff. blocks add strength and sta- points in the following tallyof With the old swimming hole ,nearby _

charge ef arrangemnts. Burial Home was in charge of ar- i John Cercy bility to tables and ,chairsIn good grooming Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms.
was in Hickory Grove cemetery rangements. upholstered furnture. in, Solid-colored dress 1 pt
Figured dress.. 2 pts. See Us for your Real Estate Needs

,,- Contrasting belt"or flower (O v
1 pt. S. E. McKAY
-; ... ". 'Contrasting buttons .1 pt )
I Hose 1 pt. Keystone Heights Phone 4734810CVEKY00PY .

.. --, '. .....- -.,-- .> Plain shoes 1 pt.
= ,
...'. ." Open shoes 2 Pts. <:::::
.... ..... ,J "
'" : Shoe bows or buckles .1 pt. 1 a winner nowratwtheyear's .

Solid colored purse 1 pt.
Purse with lowest prices I .Buy! a
contrasting .
It Is Unlawful : : trim 2 pts. HAS AfJANATOMV Total Performance car whoso

Hat 1 pt. WT fOR amazing record of'wins in
Each color on hat 1 pt.
Hat veil 1 pt. SOME ReASON IT ....Y.l.. durability tests here and

1 Earrings 1 pt. LOOKS /i"j eR :;;;' .. r-r-:: abroad stamps Ford tftq.Qar.of;

Bracelets on one arm 1 pt. OfJ A Gift-! the year. Pick a Falcon, Fair-

- I S FOR ANY .PERSON OR PERSONS TO ENGAGE IN Watch Necklace. .. .. .1 pt.1 pt. "a lane or Super Torque, Ford

Engagement wedding rr fir: now. Drive the bargain of th+

I BUSINESS, UNDER A FICTITIOUS NAME UNLESS Plain rings gloves.' .1. pt.. 1 pt. year today at your neighborhood *

i Fancy gloves 2 pts. ; rrrN Ford dealer's

Wrap or Jacket 1 pt. ww
THE NAME IS REGISTERED : .< Rhinestones sequins

....: .. .i'," 'I fringe etc. 5 pts. J r.. :r"/'J OFFICIALFORD
Additional rings 1 pt. :
Members of the organization tM

Read This Florida Law will be guests of the Putnam ;fy::.
.r County group In Palatka on
Aug. 21.Among. y rr r ; f l .

those from Clay who ;:
"It shall be unlawful for any person ... persons as defined herein, to engagein attended the sessions are: :':
business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined without
Mrs. George Wright of Bel-
and unless said fictitious name shall be registered. with the clerk of the circuit courtof
lair; Mrs. Billy Lafair.
the county where the principal place of business Is, which registration shall
owbrook; Mrs. J. R. Mead-I
consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested persons, Mrs. Harmon Chesser
stating under oath the names of all those Interested In the business enterprise the ClEARAU
C. Sapp Mrs. Leonard Murphy -
extent of the interest of each and the fictitious name under which said businessis And vacation sights look better too If you carry
Gillies, and
carried Said not be made nntl the desiringto
on. registration may person or persons
Mrs. Louis Lynch all of Green your vacation funds In travelers checks from Keystone
engage in business under a fictitious, name shall have advertised his or their
Cove; Mrs. Dexter Church and
intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four ((4)) consecutive State Bank. Safe spendable anywhere and convenient.
_ Mrs. Charles Miller, both of
weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county where said registration Virginia Village; Mrs. CarltonR. "

is to be made and said registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the circuit Clark, Mrs. Carol Gnann I Everyone 1(. invited to come
court except upon receiving proof of such publication." Mrs.
and Mrs
LeRoy Richards.
KEYSTONE I STATE BANK 1 by> and see our new. modern
Maybelle Manning all of Mid-
---III dleburg; Mrs. W. E. Buffing- MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSTHE srvtee" <:
ton. of Meadowbrook; Mrs. H. "" -
iandle 40 at

NAME OTHER THAN'YOUR OWN AND HAVE NOT M.Mrs.Peterson.Carl Felt of Doctors Doctors Inlet Lake;i Front' end alignment tune-up

Estates. IL

- I HAD THIS NAME PROPERLY ADVERTISED AND trafeiaeat.and overhaul. complete sendee body on shop and

Hilda T. Neth & D. Goodwin '

:ii; REGISTERED WE WILL BE GLAD TO GIVE YOU 1. John model or make of car.


ma-- ALL NECESSARY INFORMATION AS TO WHAT YOUrII ; I We are presently In need of rentals, especially 2 or 3 Manager Body Shop

z I
.j BR. homes also building lots and homes for sale In city j

SHOULD DO q or county.We Service Manager JJ.

urge 1'01I'to boy now for future Investment as we
: contemplate a demand for locations in the very near .

L Clay County Crescent future most of alL J J1P1REVaS

Owning a piece of land is the best security against '

Wilda T. Russell inflation. ,
-Mi Or*.*. AT*.

.. MMI ORANGE AVR -f. PIL. ZR4-l/R1 CREEf COVE IIPRI G" ?lLtisM. *TJ;)L:".r CO 4-CSU.



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CARD OF THANKSWe Cove SocialsDr. f I
Green I Retirement Announced THE REV. JOHN H. WRIGHT CHURCH NOTICE
wish to thank our many
friends and neighbors for their Christopher Hill of the tion with her mother. They OBSERVES 92ND BIRTHDA1 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
PRICES expressions of sympathy dur- Hill Art Gallery Jamaica, will visit relatives In Baltimore, SOCIETYCor.
ing our sorrow and for the BWI, will be the guest of Roy Md., and then go on to New The Rev. John H.Wright retired E. Houston SU A
many beautiful flowers. Davis and his father this week. York City before returning.Mrs. x Presbyterian minister. N. Magnolia Ave
Sunday school teacher and
The family of GREEN COVE
01 E. D. McCall and hex missionary 'was 92 years old FLORIDAfeerrtees
William T. Wager Susan Lemen daughter
son. John returned last week- on August 5th.
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Lem- held Sundayat
Tues- end from a two week visit with On Sunday The Rev. Wright 11 a.m.SubJect .
en Jr., returned home on
day from Clay Memorial Hos- her parents in Gadsden Alas had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. :
: THEATRE pital where she underwent a Dehyrl McCall spent the week- z Everett Ivey and their daugh- SPIRIT
CLAY Phone 284-6711 tonsillectomy.Mr. end in Gadsden and broughthis ters. Gwendolyn Melanie and
I, mother and brother back to her children. Deborah and August 11

PJAi:1i Monday thru Friday Two and Mrs. Richard C. ;Gren Cove. Michael (Rev. Wright's great A cordial invitation is extended
Shows each evening grandchildren). to attend our service
Gordie and their son Neil are i
7 & 9 p.m. through New England and Mr. and Mrs., Vern Richards w
left last week for Miami for a
Sat. & Sun. Continuous Canada.Mr. i
visit with their children.Mr. .

i I II From 2 p.m. 4 '' '', The First Presbyterian Church
It and Mrs. W. H. Reed ol and Mrs. H.T. Blackmonand

Thursday Aug. 8 St. Louis. Mo., spent several their daughter Dorothy <, Magnolia Ave. at Gum
t MUSIC MAN days recently with their son W Ann, left last Sunday for a trip
HOW H. Reed, Jr., and his family to the mountains of North Car- ; Green Cove
starring Robert PrestonFri. olina.

llom1nVorship 10 o'clock
Mrs. Mary Cooper and her Y
& Sat., Aug. 9 & 10
children. Robin Marsha and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hogue For August Only
GERONIMO :Miles returned from a month's have as their guests Mrs. Har-
starring Chuck Conners vacation in Maryland Charleston old Hogue. theirdaughterlinl The retirement of the Rev. Robert J. Sndlow rector of

DAY OF THE TRIFFIDS S. C., Washington D. C. and their granddaughter. Geraldine St. Marys Episcopal Church for the past two years was an- VISITORS WELCOME ,
and western Penna.. last week 16, from Ashted. Surrey nounced on Sunday by the Rt. Rev. Hamilton West Episcopal
starring. Howard Keel England as their guests for Bishop of Florida. ---
I two weeks. Their son Harold Mr. Sudlow who has suffered two heart attacks within
Scott Smith son of Mr. and
Sun., :3Ion. Tues.. Mrs. H. E. Smith is on a vaca- visited them last year with hi* the past year will move with his wife to a house at Pulliam j

Aag.11,12,13- tion in Miami where he is the oldest daughter and this year Place near Black Creek.A C-TV Furniture Outlet
CALL. ME BWANA. 't. guest of his aunt and uncle his wife brought their younger native of Liverpool England Mr. Sudlow came to the "
starring" Bob Hope Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pritchard daughter to visit her grand- United States as a child with his parents who settled near
and family. parents. Rock Island 111. lie was educated at St. Albans preparatory
I ,
Wed., Thurs., Aug. 14, 15 school. Sycamore 111.; Bard College Annandale-on-Hudson I
CC'ARAN I Bobby Ann Harris and Dor- N. Y.; and General,Theological Seminary* New York. lie did
DAYS OF WINE Mrs. J. V. McConnell is visit-:.
ing relatives in Atlanta. Ga. othy Ann Harris of Staten- post-graduate work in Bradley Polytechnic. Institute Peoria : 24-Hour TV Service
AND ROSES ville. Ga., left Tuesday to return I1L and at Penn. State College: ;

: starring Jack Lemmon home after spending twc Ordained in 1929 ,Ir. Sudlow was married to the former W* -
i : j4 : ( Miss Sandra Reese left on weeks with their uncle and Margaret Willard Evans of Xanticoke, Pa., in 1930. Since
Saturday for a two weeks vaca- aunt. Mr. and Mrs. E. C then he had served a number of churches and was a chaplainin '
Harris. the U. S. Army in 1945 to 1947. MACHINE
'.. f

The Rev. C. E. van del

GET YOUR HEARING Maaten occupied the pulpit a Please' !
guest minister at the Palm von can Idlewild Ave. Green Cove Springs
Presbyterian Church in Jack- >
sonville Beach last Sunday.Mr. Phone 284-6381

Next to Vision, Hearing Is the Most ..preventforest, fk . '
and Mrs. George Car-
I Important Sense We Possess! I .
lisle and their children. Terry
:r- I I
and Linda returned last week

j I III Thus as properly fitted lenses can overcome defective from a trip to Denver, Colo.

II vision loss of hearing can be compensated for by an
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Christ-
/ I aid to hearing.
J mas and their son. Billy visit-
\ Make your Appointment NOW! for your Audio- ed Mrs. Christmas's mother ir

Meteric Hearing. Analysis and Consultation contact North also attended Carolina a last class week of 1931 and The Bank of Green Cove Springs

reunion in Roseboro N. C.
\ I ( .: -.

Certified Hearing_ Aid Audiolo.itsi.- .,- JOE HUNTLEY'S TO Housing Loans For Home Improvement

\ I at.the.' G'ainesville. Hearing. Aid' .Office Friends of Mr.- and Mrs. Joe 7". -

B. Huntley are invited to at-
FHA Title I
\ 632 N. W.' 13th St. Gainesville Florida tend their "Open House" on .
Sunday. August 11 from 2 to 5 "
Phones: 372-6715 Evenings 376-1384 o'clock at 114 Palmetto Avenue .
T !- Middleburg Fla. These? loans can _le. granted to, any property owner who is purchasing -
f- roM
I ; i or has purchased a house, after qualifying through FHA Standards.

,.,Never- before-so many great ..
Fords at such amazingly low
'P ri.es.. .These are Total Performance .
Home Improvement
beauties Falcons

FairtanesSuper-Torque, Fordsyou've I 28 WEST WALNUT STREET GREEN FLA f.<....
heard about, read i;'
I ,.
about.Today's the day to buy I ,
Hunters !
I low trado high at your I Bargain -

neighborhood Ford dealer's I


I Still On '7 '"
Going "
i ,

SEASONAL APPAREL o ::: \ : -. "\ .r

Campus Casuals Jeanie Lori-Lynn "- .. !,1\"''I"r' ....i ;
:: E' ) f. !..t-t:;
.. to Tom Henry vice president
$1,00 Apply '
$1,00 -
.... r' ... -" ... }, .
-. ': .
.oH, "1 : at M.; ,

e have several 1963 Falcon .
Select 2 pairs from our large sales Display for one or
Wagons and Falcons to choose more persons. Pay regular price for higher pricedr The Bank of Green Cove Springs

from in our close out sale. Thisis I
*i- -pair and the other cost only $1.00
the best time of the year to
get that deal you have been also .
:te- Several Styles Men's Dress Shoes Being Discontinued! ._;
waiting for on any make 4-9583 ,
Some almost H price Congress Y
.. '
-,,' -f ;: -' -
Ford. Come by see '
new J
Summer ,
our salesmen.. Glen\ Booth or AVe Xow Carry the Nationally Advertised s' '.- ,
Monday Tues.. FrL 9:00 sum.-l:30 p.m.
Lewis Chancey. .4 .nL' HELEN HARPERSweaters
Wed., ThurL. & SaL-9:00 sum.-12 noon

J J. P, REVELS for LadiesGET i. .' ,

t FORD 'COMPANY ", :: ;- -:. .WHILE, OUR SUPPLY IS COMPLETE. :... -- "-

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I 1 1 a FLORID. IX AND FOR THE FOURTH JUDICIAL any debts except those directly that a Public Hearing will be
CLAY COUATr.AO. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND incurred by or personally authorized held by the Clay County Boardof
3656 FOR CLAY COUNTY by myself. Adjustment on Thursday.
1 MINNIE S. IV CHANGER Robert M. Sasser August 29, 1963 in the Board of SAVE E J
UURR.Plaintiff.. CASE NO. 3674 Publish 8/8. 15. 22:! & %9LEG..L County Commissioners meeting

,"s. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE room in the Clay County Courthouse -
BE&alE; STRICKLAND his Florida beginning at 8:00:
Plaintiff. Said hearing is called regarding '
JAMES vs. INS TUB CIRCUIT OF the Notice of Appeal by the

JOHNSON Chaaeery -
now DALE HILTON Permit be
alive to
CAREY'S TRADING POST and the unknown spouseOf .
JAMES LEONARD and L R. HILTON. issued OTItire following described -

RALPH F F. INLET MARINA WE BUY SELL TRADE &TRICKLANI if dead. the. unknown. if alive spouse and. STATE DefendantsTHE OF FLORIDA: ILSE GRANT'. vs. Plaintiff X; Lot 8 property of Powell's: Subdivision

Three locations: heirs devisees. grantees. CECIL C. JOHNSON-R E S I.DE..CE Defendant according' to plat recorded -
in Plat Book
4. Page
creditors or other parties : 1230 South WashingtonAve. BIGBUNDLE
NO. 36S3
MilBERGEROrange MERCURY & JOHNSONENGINES e 15 E. Palmer St. Ph. 234-3280 claiming by, through underor .. El Dorao. Arkansas DALE XOTICE OF SUIT County.13. Public Florida.All Records. of Clay
the said JAMES
e parties in interest and
A. STRICKLAND, GRANT citizens shall have an opportunity -
& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. unmarried NADENE R. HILTON- WENCE: UNKNOWN ROUTE ILSE NO. 2 to be beard at said time anad

REFRIGERATIONAND Blvd. At Ridgewood a certain mortgage on the I that a suit has been filed : Herbert H. Morris
SALES & SERVICEOUTBOARD : Defendants. following described real property against you in the above entitled Chairman
Furniture & appliances_at AMENDED AOTICE-,Of' LIT located in Clay County. I. cause and you are hereby Publish August lb. 22. 1963
AIR CONDITIONING REPAIR THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Florida to-wit: required to serve upon plain

bargain pri-zs 8tfc : ALOX2O A. STRICKLAND Lot 3. Block 10. GOLDEN tiff's attorney whose name and
Service ;
Hwy. 17 Orange Park S ', Residence: California. Men's GATE MANOR in the Cityof I address appear hereon your
Home Phone 284-978O Colony; Los Padres, California Green' Cove written defenses if any to the
Phone CO 4-9835 Mailing Address: California Springs as 'I bill of complaint in aid suit
HAIRCUTS Men's Colony. P. O. Box E. per map or plat recordedin is delivered
Business Phone 2849581A to
Room %%80. Los Padres. California Plat Book 2 at page 59 i you hew'i nr before September
INSURANCE :. of the Publkre ords of 9. A. D. 1963. I Science Briefs rJ
Clay County. Florida.
We give fail not or decree pro
GIN'SRefrigeration LAND. if alive and the unknown has been filed against you. and confesso will be entered against
y"u "FirsiHaircut"Certificates spouse of JAMES you are required to serve a you prayed in the
fie complaintf Interplanetary Compass
LEONARD STRICKLAND, II copy of your answer or plead- bill of:
QIflIWATE1 alive and. if dead the unknown ing to the said Complaint upon THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT The magnetic poles of the
devisees Plaintiff's attorney T. J. JEN- BEING planet Jupiter have been tenta- NOW
: spouse heirs
._--- NING&,>4R. PO.<- BOX.-372Green .
u (pftlllj ConditioningSERVICE AT.ONW.D ;'granteescreditors parties claiming-/ by., or'through.qther Cove ..Springs. Florida, and jfilethe WITNESS my band and the tively'located by two Australian

MlHAIRCDTS-i,00 f under :.ors ..agairlstthe 8aid originalanswer Hjr : seaiof: said Court at Green Cove physicists. Like the magnetic
-- Clerk :
+ JAMES LEONARD 6TRICK- In' the office of tHe Springs Florida this 6th day of poles of the Earth they are
dw LAND, Residences the Circuit Court of Clay County. August A. D. 1963. some distance away from theplanet's
Orange Park Barber Shop UNKNOWN.All Florida on or before the 19th GEORGE L. CARLISLE.
; day of August A. D. 1963 or a Clerk Circuit Court true North and South FplClq
Chrysler Airtemp Sale HERMAN E. REED Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. have parties having or claiming decree pro confesso will be entered By: Sue McCormick poles. L
any right title or Interest
against you. This notice Deputy ClerkJ. .
in ..
Authorized Philco 400 W. Walnut St. same location for over 15 yean the property describedIn shall be published once each T. Norton
the Complaint filed In this
week for four, YenaWe1rus
Service consecutive weeks Attorney for Plaintiff
Phone 284-6721 KINGSLEY' & HIWAY, 17 : :Ton .- notified' that in'_the Clay County Crescent of Address: P. O. Box 372 A tumor virus from chickenshas
Day Ph. 284-SO8O ; are hereby & Green Cove, Springs. Florida. Green Cove.Springs. Florida been found able to induce
Green Core Springs .had JAME3n'L'leSTRICKLI yov WITNESSmy hand and the Publish Aug. 8. 15. 22 29. 1963-p
Night 284-3492 seal of said Court at Green Cove various types of cancer In mice
8. Palmetto SIGN PAINTING and BESSIE STRICKLAND, his Springs' Florida this 17th day rats, guinea pigs hamsters and 63
of July A.D. 1963.
ELIZABETH STRICKLAND LEGAL NOTICE rabbits according to a Texan
Green Cave Springs B R UU B.H L O W; KADENE; (SEAL). I virologist. EA G

fn tlie'above entitled COURT OK CLAY
cause and that COUNTY. FLORIDA GREEN COVE SPRINGS of normal
O required with the to Clerk file of your this answer Court July 18, 25. Aug. 1. & 8 THAT S. R. Tillinghast is the night's sleep is spent dreaming

FREE ESTIMATESALL and to serve. a. thereof holder of the following tax certificate a group of University of Chicago
copy upon
4 LEE WARNER the plaintiff! or plaintiff's. attorneys LEOAL NOTICE and baa filed said certificate scientists have found. The
n for a tax deed to be issued
WORK GUARANTEED C 305 Glendening Road whose' na.mes'a.nd address thereon. The certificate time is divided into five or six
s -
Z NOTICE OF SALE number and year of Issuance. dreams the final one lasting as
ORANGE b Orange Park Fla. V
W BOONE 102 Florida Title Building Notice is hereby given that. the description of the property long as 45 minutes 3CLtPaP
Phone ZGI6316INSTRUCTION Jacksonville 2, Florida not pursuant to a final decree of and the name In which it was e # /
later than August 26,A. D196X foreclosure entered Incause assessed is as follows:
numbered 3614 in the Circuit Certificate Se. 7_ High SpyBiologists /
It you fail to do so. Decree Pro
Archie PadgettOn SCHOOLSJOB Court of Clay I will Year of Issuance: July 5, 1961 -
or Confesso will be entered against County, have found a use of
Name in -which assessed
you for the relief demanded in sell the property situate In Clay :
PYKE their for the weather-
Ave Just E. BRADFORD Estate of Theresa Clayton own Tiros
Kingstey the Complaint.The County. Florida, described as: I
SECURITY Can be nature of said suit being Lot 2. Block 8. MEADOW Description of property: spotting satellite. It may be
East of Hwy. 17 Rt. 2. Box 47 : youl'Sby for partition of the following BROOK. Unit 2. according to Lot 3. Block 59. North Suburbs used to detect the formation of
Ph. ATo. COngress 4-9213 preparing now for coming described property plat recorded thereof In Plat UNLESS such certificate shallbe swarms of desert locusts
Green Cove Springs Civil Those certain lands located In Book 6. paga.es 12 and 13 of redeemed according to law
Orange Park Fla. Service Examinations.For Clay County. Florida to-wit: the current public records of the property described in such e e e
Phone 284-3859 PARCEL I. certificate will be sold to the )
Information: Write-Ad- Clay County. Florida. New Clue
bidder the Hall
highest at City
The Southwest Quarter (SW at public salae. to the highest
If Long Distance Call CollectiTuNITviiifl vance-P. O. Box 218 Lady %) of the Northwest Quar and best bidder for cash at the door on the first Tuesday after "Essential" high blood pres-
ELECTRICALAtlas ter (NW%) of Section 22. :front door of the Clay County the first Monday in the month wfSeptember. sure, the most common and Important -
Lake .
which Is
Township 4 South. Range 23 Courthouse I n Green Cove 3rd day of 1963.September 1963. the kind is a specific in-
East. 40 Springs. Florida. between 11:00A.
Electric & Mechanical more or less. acres M, and 2:0& P. M.. on August Dated this- 7th day of August. herited disorder of middle age
PAUL'SAll JOB security: can be yours 'bJ. PARCEL IL 23. A. D.1963.GEORGE 1963. a British physician reports. Evidence
CompanyWe preparing :for mln&"Clni TheNfl'1bwest Quarter (NW L. CARLISLE. Clerk S / Marlin J. Harris that it is hereditary
now Clerk of the of
e City
M) of the Northwest Quarter By: Vivian H Sohm. Green Cove emerged from a study of twins.
Service (NW%) of Section 22. Deputy Clerk Springs nt
exams. name -1
Publish 8. 15. 22, 29.
do all type of electrical Legal Beverage Township 4 South. Range 23 (Court Seal) Aug.
address and phone number to East containing 40 acres Publish August 8. 1963

wiring. Open 8 A.M. to 1 ...11. NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE more or less.! John, T. TrekelL
together with an accounting of 231 E. Forsyth'! St.

RAY SHIPP Dtxval Comity Lin. INC. Box A. Clay County the rents profits,", etc, ther. Jacksonville; Fla.
from and that said property be Attorney
Owner and Manager Crescent Green Cove Springs, sold and the proceeds thereof
North of Orange Park Fla. 2-8-1 distributed in accordance with
Phone 2S4-S228 said accounting and the inter LEGAL NOTICE Flor d
ests of said defendants and for

WOMEN 18 to 55 PLUS ? ? ? -further WITNESS relief.my hand and the seal
,of said Court at Green Cove NOTICE OF SALE
DOCTORS a n DENTISTS: Springs. Florida this 22nd day Notice is hereby given that a crcug tun
I I[ I of July A. D. 1963 pursuant to a Final re
Need women to train to be GEORGE L. CARLISLE. Foreclosure entered in cause .. of summerSee

Assistants Receptionist Office Clerk of the Circuit Court. numbered 3808. in the Circuit
By Grace M. Carlisle. Court of Clay County. Florida.
-- Management and Practical Deputy Clerk. I will sell the property situatedin
July 25. August 1. 8. 15. 1363 Clay County. Florida described ,
Home Nursing. Preliminary as:
FOR SALE FOR RENT Lot 16. Block 7. Unit 2
training given at home in your LEGAL ftOTlCB MEADOWBROOK according :

spare time. For information to Plat recorded In Plat
FOR SALE 4 bedroom FOR RENT: Nice '2 bedroom Book 6.- pages 12 and 13.z of t
address and phone number to: ,the public records of Clay -
house Elsie Street Hilltop house newly painted Inside and ."Careers." Box IN CIRCUIT COmT County. Florida. : KMA
O. 218 Lady FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT at pUbl1esale., to the highest
Section call 2843860. out reasonable large ,yard ap
i OF FLORIDA bidder for at the
Lake Florida. 5-30 6-20-c and best cash This is the
25-tfc pliances furnished. Call Penney CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA front door of the Clay County Y Dvra big one you"vebeen
!. CHANCERYN. Courthouse I n Green Cove
s Farms, 529-8241. 20tfc MEN-WOMEN 18 to 55 pins .. 9073 Springs Florida between 11:00 1a waiting for I The Sate-Of-

PIONEER FINANCE COMPANY, a.m. and 2:00 p.m.. on August ;kr2
SALE Curtis Mathei Motel or Resort Management. a corporation.Plaintiff 23. 1963. < :; The-Year on Falcons Fair
FOR RENT: 3-room famished Men Women or Couples can Byr Vivian H. Sohm. ;i
make EARL C. HLAMVan< IRIS SLAM Deputy Clerk lanes Super-Torque Fords.
T.V. 24" Screen. Seven month high salary pins apart- : M
apU at 100 West St. $50 with his wife; SHEPPARD-L. ELLISON Court Seal) e .' t I

old. Call 284-3730. 8 8 t lights and water. Phone GCS ment. Pick your own location and NEALY E. ELLISON John T. Trekell. { (Ford Trucks and creampuffused
his wife. 231 E. Forsyth St.
2843213. 5-9 with our Placement Assistance defendant Jacksonville Fla. : N s cars tool) Total Per-
Learn at home in your spare NOTICE OF SUIT Attorney ,

HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bed FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house time. For Personal W'WriteAmerieanp. EARL known C. ELAM, Residence Un- LEGAL NOTICE iok M formance cars of proved du-

rooms 1U baths, 430 St. Johns. on large lot. Convenient to O. Box IRIS SLAM Residence Un rability. Hurry now-to your
Inquire at premises. P. T. school and church. Stove fur 218 Lake Lady Florida. You are hereby notified that a IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S LIVE OAK M

Walnwrifht 430 St. Johns. 2844244. 5-30 6-20-c suit has been filed against you COURT OF CLAY COUNTY. neighborhood Ford dealer's
nished. Phone
: In the above entitled cause: and FLORIDA. NO. 6O3:
8-15-c 7-25 8-15-c that you are hereby required to NOTICE OF PROBATE.
file your answer with the Clerkof IN RE ESTATE OF

APARTMENTS FOR RENT I copy thereof upon the plaintiffor DECEASED.he Oh OFFICIALFORD
Open Days A Week plaintiff's attorney whose State of Florida to all per-
HOUSES FOR SALE Lights and water furnished Come Out Browse Around name and address Is: ARTHURT. sons interested In the estate of : .. r/4t'-

$200 DOWN $60 monthly carport 411 Ferris Street Green Cove 01 BOONE and WILLIAM C. said decedent: ,,- .
See Our Stock GUTHRIE JR. 102 Florida Title You are hereby notified that a :
large lot. Frame very Call 2843553. 8 8 c Building Jacksonville 2. Florida written instrument purportingto s 4
nice Spruce St. near school Highway 13 South of New not later than August 19,. A. D. be the Last Will and Testament M
Bridge turn right at CoDecove 1963. at said decedent has been wsf
Air. Price EA 54016. Palatka JOB WANTED If you fail to do o. decree admitted to probate in said .
Store follow signs. pro confesso will be entered Court. z
write B & P Mortgage 3646 RESPONSmLEVOMA.. desires against you for the relief demanded You are hereby commanded
in the complaint.The within six calendar months from ,,%S? 75tv:
Gandy Tampa.
8/8-p work as a housekeeper or nature of said suit being the date of the first publicationof .
babysitter. Will do Ironing for the foreclosure of Mortgage this notice to appear In saidcourt .Sp WHITE SPRINGS
BE SURE encumbering the following described and show cause! if any 1
Call 2849497., TO SEE World Book property situate in Clay YOU can. why the action of said
before buying any other County. Florida: Court in admitting said Will t.
MIDDLEBURG. Colored ency
prop Block Section eshould not stand unrevoked. -
Lot 16. 3. probat
erty $50.00 Down payment I clopedia. F. L. (Gene) Croft 19. RIDGEWOOD DIVISION tA :
HELP WANTED MALE of Orange Park (Court Seal) ClEARANcEi
$35.00 monthly. Pay like rent. your representative. P. O. I J. Rivers
NEEDED AT ONCE full of according to Plat recorded a/ .,rya
We rive yon deed to property Box %01. Keystone. Phone 473- In Deed Book County Judge of Clay County.
part-time man or ,woman to "Q". page 663. Current Florida.
when paid for. Mr. RaymondB 4896. Aug. 1. 8, 15, 22, 29 p Public Records Clay First publication of_this ;
serve \Vatklns'customers in County. Florida. notice on 8th day of August. h
& P Mortgage Co. 3646 Green Cove Springs. EarnSS' WITNESS my hand and the A. D. 1963 y X;
Candy. Tampa 839-2121 col sealof said Court at Green Aug. 8. 15. 22. 20. 1963
$ O and up weekly. No in. Cove Springs. Florida this 13th i us take! this opportunity
lect. 8/8-15 F hours LEGAL NOTICE day of July. A. D. 1963.
vestment. Set your own (SEAL)

I Write c. R. Ruble Dept. A-l, GEORGE L CARLISLE LEGAL NOTICE: to thank tour.many customer
FICTITIOUS Clerk of the Circuit Court .. .
P. O. Box 2447, Memphis, Tenn NAME LAW By Grace M. Carlisle CHIEFLAND and friends
who. through their

will soon be here. Prepare 8822pFOR 'that the undersigned; desiring to) Deputy Clerk The Game and Fresh :. i
now State f fof
engage in business at Orangr July 18. 25. Aug. 1. 7. 163 Fish Commission of the flatrbli Li e' enabled u* to win
for large profits selling beautiful Park. Florida under the name of Florida under and by virtueof
SPARKS T. V. the power and authority
SERVICE intend
Avon Gifts. Write Mrs SALE: Two narrow rim to register the said nm with LEGAL. NOTICE granted under Section 30. of Article the European and Nassau tri;

Donna Burns, P. O. Box 448Gainesville. 26** bicycle tires! and tubes. Excellent the Clerk of the Circuit Court IV of the Constitution of
th State of Florida amendedand
of Clay County. Florida. as last year, and again win the
Fla. 8-1-c condition. Phone 284- /s/ Sparks Jones Jr. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ratified by the- veters.f
July 25. Aug. 1. 8. & 15 THAT I. CHARLES MORRIS Florida on November 3. 1942. A
of Jamaica
3166. and Rules and Regulations trip
who was eovteted In the Circuit the Commission plans to closeas / ._---, ...- "'" -...... ---... -
. . . . . L-L.t-L....... . .'-J. . . . . Court of Clay County. Florida a wildlife management area
of Florida
at the Fall term thereof A. D. for an Indefinite period of time more this this year. These awards were

and 1953.sentenced of the offense therefor of to Natural RAPE-. Clay the following County
. AREA: BUSINESS DIRECTORYFURNITURE Life. will apply for clemencyto That area known AS tae San you
the State Board of Pardons Juan Wildlife ManagementArea Parks and enjoy their
Its next made these sales
Tallahassee Florida at
.- . . . . . . . . . - .. . -.-.--.--.--.--..--.--. -..--.-.-. .-- -. regular meeting. lying southeast of possible.J. .
State Road 21. east of the natural beauty their
CHARLES MORRIS Gold Head Branch State

DRFCGISTSEASTERUXG: (Applicant) Park and north of the Put- fine
OrFICE EQUIPMENT recreation facilities.For P. REVELS
-1. s-r: nam County line In Town-
ship 83. Range 24E; Town-
AIR BASE FURNITURE CO ship "S Range 24B and a circus of summer GLEN BOOTH

Fine Furniture PHARMACY AMERICAN LEGAL NOTICE Township 7S. Range UEe .
0 m prising approximately fun visit your State
Carpeting Appliance CO. 8.T74 acres.Notice .

Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service NOTICE OF INTENTION WO Is hereby given that Parks often.
? the Commission will bold
3933 Roosevelt Blvd. I Lloyd E. Jones Jr Owner REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME public hearing on the 20th day a J J. P REVELSFORD

Jacksonville EV '7-461 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Note is hereby given that the September. A. D. 1963 at 9:00 ,
under the provision o'clock relative
Specialists in undersigned to closing the
of chapter, 11$.". Law of Florida Above described? area to..?. '
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equipment Acts of 1957. will raretetet except as authorized. Persons- COMPANY
with the Clerk of the Circuit Interested may Appear or by
Pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries Court in and for Clay Couny resolution or petition.A. .

Air Stream for Travel State of Florida, upon receiptof D. ALDRICH. .
proof of publication of this Director
fJsed Trailers-Bank Financial Complete Line of Greeting notice the FUltious name of Game and Fresh Water Fish Sal On**. Avc.Gra .

CO 17' Roosevelt Blvd. Cards LAKE GENEVA INDUSTRIES Commission .
Soft Blvd
Standing .
Publish August s. 1963 C.T. .SprlmaF1.

XV 8-8STS JaeksoBViUa BY: S-47S4 2655-57 Park St. Jaeksoarffl Aug. L. 8. 15. 22 1963 .... ZM9TT9 *r CO 44511THURSDAY.


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