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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: September 12, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 37; NO. 36 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12:', 1963 10 CENTS PER COPY-
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Quarter of County's County Road Program




As A Matter of FactFor Population in School ; 4 ;



I Accepts OrangeadeAs To Be Accelerated




more than a quarter of the County's population The Board of County Commissioners on Monday accepted
the second time in a fortnight. Governor Farris Bryant a bid of $3,989 submitted by Huntley Brothers Inc. of Palatka
school enrollment
trudged back 4o classes last week, public
last week put his political foot squarely in hs mouth. Two to install central air conditioning in the court house.
for tie first time tpoped 5,000. An estimated 300 more went
weeks ago the Governor came out against the two-party system County Commissioner Louis L. Huntley said the companywas
t. sctnels and colleges outside the County. On Thursday, Base Purchase Set
or that anyway was the inference. Two political parties owned by members of his family and he took no part In
when public :school cafeterias opened, the over-riding questions the award of the contract.
said he. create machine politics" (See editorial: "What.
No Florida Machines") Last week Mr. :Bryant announcedhis were: Is the new orange drink (substiuted for mlik that For ConsummationThe Members of the Commission, at the meeting were told by

no one can afford) better than milk and if so, how does one Lees Weiner. a representative of the State Road Department,
belief that the state provision requiring political candidatesto
decide If :lie (or she) cannot pry open the container? City of Green Cove expects to consummate that the end of December has been set as a target date for
contributions and
campaign was "quibbling"and
report
expenses awarding contracts for five secondary roads to be improved
purchase of the U. S. government property just south-
unfair to candidates." under the County's $2 million road bond issue.
east of the City within the next 10 days.
I It is a generally accepted rule In American politics today Meanwhile, the Florida Supreme Court has enteredan Mr.\ Weiner said he expected bids to be received this monthfor

that unless the voters know who lent financial support to the order to hear an appeal on validation of the city's paving the Long Branch Road which extends 3.3 miles from

political campaign of any public officer, they cannot determinethe rTE a dX $775,000 of revenue certificates on the earliest available the Clay Hill School north to the Duval County line.

objectivity of his public positions. Sherman Adams accepted date. Bids will be accepted in October he said, for paving a road
Validation of the certificates proceeds of which will leading south for one-half mile from the Doctors Inlet Post
secret gifts from a strange amalgam of pepole and then did
be used to buy the property, has been appealed to the Office and one-half mile of the Hiram Taylor Road between
them political favors. It cost him his political career. Supreme Court by three men who have fought the State Roads 21 and 220 in the Middleburg-Doctors Inlet area

City's acquisition of the prpoerty for approximatelyfour Right of way is expected to be secured so contracts can be

months. let in November for paving the Barthloff Dairy. Goodrich, Tom
.t Challenging the constitutionality of the legislativeact Smith and Russell Church roads-with a total distance of about
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under which the City was authorized to purchasethe eight miles. These roads are in the Russell-Green Cove Springsarea.

Florida's Secretary of State, Clay's own Tom Adams who de-activated naval base are: Edward Wiggins, of A contract should be let in December for paving I**

wifl head a good-will mission 10 Red revolution-tom Columbia Keystone; Rex Smith, of St. Johns County; and Frank miles of the Randall Road west of Green Cove Springs, it was

Canova of Green Cove. During four months of he reported. __ ,
next month his decision whether for reelectionor "
says on run Jack-
litigation the three men were represented by the
Right of way for these projects is being donated to the
a gubernatorial candidate will depend on "a clear mani- sonville law firm of Mahon & Stratford. However the
county. Cotracts are being let as right of way is acquired.In .
lestitation of genuine support" (for the governorship). case was appealed by William II. Maness a recently
other action the board, at the suggestion of Commissioner
"Increasing numbers of people throughout the state are y j M resigned Circuit judge. 1
Louis Huntley agreed to place markers on major sec-
I Two Circuit judges on three different occasions
urging me to become a candidate for Governor," Mr. Adams ondary roads to avoid confusion in road names and numbers.
have decided the enabling act was constitutional.Middleburg
said in a prepared release. "It is -an honor for any man to be The member in each district will be responsible for selecting

so considered and for these expressions of confidence. I am I names of roads where duplications exist.

deeply grateful. While certainly would cherish the oppor- The board voted to divide purchase of eight dump trucks
A Crescent'sampling of student acceptance t>f the new
between two local dealers. Roberts Chevrolet and Revels Ford
tunity for greater service any decision to seek such a position V
milk substitute indicated it was enjoyed "by nearly alL However Motor Co., so as to get a cost comparison between the two
of leadership and responsibility must be based on more than
something like 90 per cent of the County's youngsters Inc Or NotThe models. Revels' bid was $11,583 for four trucks including trade,
personal desire and good -sashes. :Bather it requires a clear
while Roberts' bid was 12416.
appear to prefer milk, now denied them "by milk -producers
manifestation of genuine support by the people. Should such
who have upped the price "bynearly 50per tent: since June.: question Whether Middleburg will incorporate or not
support manifest itself in the weeks :ahead I would not hesitateto
According to the orange drink cartons: -substitute eon- was aired at a meeting of more than 50 residents of the area
accept the challenge. For my :future in government is "
tains'water, orange juice, sugar, mange: nil, ritric -acid, certified Monday night.
as it should be of any man based upon a sincere desireto Early Alert AnticipatedA
above
food coloring and vitamin Cad Iltive. "Shown )
be of continued service to the people." Among those who addressed the group in the Middleburg
at 'Green Cove's Junior High 1. to.T., art: Sharon "McCor-
A major factor in his decision, it is said will be the fate Civic Center the concensus was that residents of the area national defense alert may 'be expected in the near
mick, 13-years-old, who is facing the classic problem getting -
of the pending constitutional amendment under -vfcieli a stood to gain ay iucorporataon.Another future according to Ray Chance, County civil defense director.
"- into her carton. Once she 'SUcceededand sampled the *>

Florida governor may succeed nimself. Under the current:: drink Sharon said it -was 'all 'right.;" but added she would, meeting was 'set for October whenadditional When-the-.- lert--
rules. Mr. Adams might, conceivably, be reelected secretary of>> I I tune in to a, radio station and await advice as to what proced-
rather have milk. Next to bier ;3s Candy 1O'Nell,13who said facets of the question will be probed.
the rest of his,life. As governor, his political career ures to follow.
state for "
orange juice is okay, but I like milk better. erlene Ratliff,
f! Art EulenleSd,of Orange: Park,told the meeting accordingto
would be ended after eae term in that office unless (II) the Mr. Chance also said that George Boatwright has been
14, and Donna Morton 14, agreed.
Floyd Ghana president of the Middleburg Civic Club that
i constitution= is amended to provide more than :a, single-tern: named radiological officer for Orange Park and the upper tier
advantages incorporation outweigh (disadvantages. He pointed of the County.In .
tenure; or (12)) he could be elected to the US senate.
to various State funds which are =available on a per capita a rpeort on civil defense activities for August, the following -

; basis, to incorporated :towns which unincorporated towns do incidents were reported:

not receive, such as a share of retail sales tax gasoline and Aug. 4 Auto accident Highway 100 and 21. *

cigarette and beverage tax collections. He said only such
Au&9 YMCA camp employee wife having emergency

1 New York's Governor Nelson Rockefeller, whose marital a additional services as the people of the town would wish might premature birth (boy. both fine) St. Vincent. Hospital -

.. require additional town expenditures. Jacksonville
front-runner in tiie ,
aberrations have cost him bis position as tT

Republican Presidential parlay, pressed his candidacy last Charles Salyer, a Penney Farms town commissioner, told Aug. 11 Fire East side Lake Geneva

week in a new area. Heretofore Mr. Rockefeller has empha- the meeting of Penney :Farms' fence; ana costs in bein Aug. 13 Man with heart attack Brooklyn Take, Baptist

sized his ability to out-do Jackie Kennedy's civil rights pro- I t incorporated. He said the town has had to employ a marshalon Hospital JacksonvilleAug.

gram. On the apparent theory it cant be done, Nelse last a part time :basisat; .a small cost. 25 Lost children search. (found) .k' "**lf", *"

week moved onto clearer political ground. Cut taxes, he told I Aug. 25 Automobile accident "*,; .
Mr. Gnann said the population of the Middleburg area Hillcrest. Fla.
administration or lace the awesome penalties.
the Kennedy / which might be Incorporated was probably between 800 and Aug. 25 Automboile accident Hillcrest Fla.;
drainage of the nation's gold supply
He warned that 1000. He said projections on the population of the State :Indicate Aug 26 Assist F. H. P. Smith Lake
lead to
could
threatens to cause a "crisis of confidence" which that the will _have :
County approximately 70,000 persons Aug. 27 Staff
member YMCA
fell from horse
camp and
a run on U. S. gold reserves by.foreign security holders to an t within 17 years. 1 I injured back Gainesville Medical Center.
inevitable devaluation of the 45-cent dollar and a world-wide

; depression.The f : -

Governor urged an immediate Federal fax cut as the i : __; Two In Who's Who

I first in a series of steps to stem the heavy flow of gold and i

dollars abroad.He Three of the four shown above .-preferred milk. Theyare 1 ..

said cuts in corporation taxes from 52 to 47 per cent 1. to r.: Billy 1 Wager, 13; Frances Griffin IS' Brenda i /_", Ntl

nad a reduction in personal income taxes of $7.5 billion shouldbe Smith. 14; all td whom said they liked the orange drink but : i

made "fully effective upon enactment" to produce quick preferred milk. A dissent was entered br Leroy Wither, 12. ,' },c

i I impact by encouraging investment in new plant and equipment. at the right. Se thought the orange drink tasted better ;,"

The continuing balance-of-payments drain on the na than mBk. ;"-,

tion's gold reserves (more imports-and-foreign-aid which js

to say more gold shipped abroad than exports, or gold shipped .

to the US) is not likely to get much attention in Washingtonfor Public School Enrollment

I he simple reason that while its Implications could affect June Sept. Pctg. _

every citizen in Clay County, it is an horrendously misunder- School Enrollment Enrollment Change s 44It

) fiscal problem. Chas. E. Bennett 861 813 5.5 $: !
stood (or ignored .
Orange Park Elem. 391 403 +3

A. E. Hall 72 77 +5 6 ZT r
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Clay: Hill 79 71 -10 ;
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fr ._ T. C MillerPenney 106 120 +11.5 se. z f 's
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Farms 53 .53 .0
The: Middleburg Crusade" S. Bryan Jennings cam- R. C. Bannerman 354 343 -3

paign for better schools and more efficiently utilized schools. Middleburg 163 172 +5.5W. :
E. Cherry 347 467 +33Doctors
has resumed its relentless pace. For some months Mr. Jennings -
Inlet 235 262 +11
only son of the late May Mann Jennings, has been in ;
GCS Junior High 266 261 JL
Jacksonville dismantling the memento-laden home of his late Keystone School 390 423 +8.5

mother. Mrs. Jennings was the widow of Governor William Clay High 441 442 0

Sherman Jennings. As the last Florida governor nominatedby OP High 738 791 +7

the State Legislature he was. with his first cousin William Dunbar 339 340 0 t s t
Total 4885 5033
Jennings Bryan, the chief US representative at the inaugura- Average +4

tion in 1902 of the first president of the Cuban Republic. When .
MRS. CLARA CHESSER 8. HAZEL
the US flag flying over Morro Castle in Havana harbour was DUJfLAP

lowered to make way for the ensign of the new Caribbean Milk or no milk, none of the County's 5,033 public school Two County women have been added to the latest Issueof Federation of Garden Club and In the Jacksonville Junior ,

nation it was presented to Mrs. Jennings. It and many other students seemed likely to starve. For the U S. Governmentadds Who's Who Of American: Women. Mrs. Clara Cbesser.L League. tieMrs. Dunlap the wife of Jack W.. Dunlap a Jacksonville -
of Green Cove, is cashier and a vice president of the Bankof realtor. Is, like her husband
mementoes were in the home of the governor's widow.Many to the local (and bountiful) food buying for each student (a former AU-American
Green Cove Springs. A native of Quincy Mrs. Chesser, football player) a 19J5 graduate of Duke '
of these historic materials will be displayed in the such commodities as chicken, turkey, canned pork, University. She
'Green-Cove close to
the wife of Frank Chesser. has lived In was named one of:the four leading members of the Junior

near future at the new. Orange Park library.' Meanwhile M!. ground beef, flour, butter apples, cherries, peaches, tomatoes four decades has been associated with the Bank for 22 years. League (fa* the nUon-fai 1950; wired M ptesfdent of the

Jennings is back on his campaign to lift the level of education and other products. The chart above shows the increases The Chessen have two sons: Robert. of. Green Core; and Florida Federation Garden Clubs unUl May and Is now

in enrollment compared that of'last June.; Francis of Meadowbrook. Mrs. Hazel Dunlap r. of Orange editor of the organization's bimonthly publication' '
In..Florida ._. ..and.particularly_ Clay County.._ ; *i_ ?'..:, '*.s* vandkdecreases as ; The
Park has been active for a number of years in the Florida Florida Gardener.






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AIRS. J. L. STRICKLAND

P by DUNCAN GRONERThe We are sorry to have missed' loved one. We will meet again

? writing the news for awhile,' some day in the home wherewe
What ATo Florida Machines question of the relative importance of athletics and
will never have to
but this reporter has been too say good
winning teams has long been disputed among the alumni and

faculty of schools and colleges. F .,' sick to write, or do anything bye.
At his weekly news conference last week. Governor Farris : ., .' ", except to stay in bed. and one
Stated in its most basic terms the question is, I suppose <>"-
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asked his opinion o* th2 desirability of a strong ,'',"" It seems we are about to
Bryant was week of this time was spentin
if a school or college public or private has $10,000 or
second political party in the State. This is the stated goal of ... the Bradford County Hos- have some fall weather out
to football stadium "
$100,000, does it give first priority a or a
many Republicans throughout ;;orida. chemical laboratory pital at Starke. But at the here in our neck of the woods.
library or a
"If that day ever comes." the Ocvcmor is reported by The present time I am at home and Seems like yesterday was
of individual with
will I do not here deny the right an $10,000 r
Orlando Sentinel as having said "then machine politics be doing very well, consideringwho spring, today fall or it is almost -
or $1 million to give it to "education" and to state that his
The two are inseparable. that bad. I have heard
here. I am. and the conditionof
a
money shall if he so chooses go to the building of a football
The inference is inescapable that the Governor believes my health at all times. that when time passes so fast
:stadium or to the educational benefits of athletesratherthanscholars -
machine politics per se, are worse than the single-party system. in preference to scholarswhoarenotathletes.The r.t Those visiting the Strickland for you you are getting old'

This is indeed an extradordinary statement coming from home Monday to check on the I W'omIerUI: am not the only
question I am posing is whether the administrative
the governor of one of the great and forward-looking states.It policy of a school or college or a County public school system r health qf .the sick lady were, one; 7 hear'making.this same

is not only antithetical to the political beliefs of most of Francis Long Mr. and Mrs. statement, so if I am getting
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should on the patent sophism of building bodies exult
America's great men; it raises the question of who and what Harry Baxley, and the Rev. old some others are right
the prowesses of winning a game over those of building a mind.
Mr. Bryant to the high office he holds. Does he not !
along me
elected With
All pleased
George Chism we/e ,
In order to arrive at a rational answer to this question it
there is a ruling clique in the State Democratic party'A
believe with the of the sick
is necessary to ask oneself how important in the world of 1963is recovery
single-party system such as has existed in the South for Our latest report on Nellie
to win-at-any-cost (fashionedand one.
a perfect body or a compulsion
so many years such indeed as exists in Communist China I Wilkinson she was slowly improving -
tutored and made an instinct in a school where the coach
Soviet Union and other centers of political tyranny if she in the
the j is constantly and in so many words asking for "blood" on the J .." ... ..-.....,::: We were greatly shocked, even was
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dictatorship. We hope she
creates .., hospital again.
playing field)? Will this state of muscle-bound "sportsman-
There is nothing wrong per se, with a )p J .leal machine.It I Sunday evening to learn of the is. much improved and at
ship" be of greater use in the world of tomorrow than a mind Henry Dubbin (left), Bcard Chairman 01 Cauavex.
in its simplest terms an organization which gets out to death of Kate Bowens of Jack-
is home
that has been trained to ask, to seek to inquire International Corporation, and Edward Ball, Pros again.
roots The Word, gets out the (right) voters etc. sonville. We have not learned
the grass There is more tc life I submit, in 1963 there will be far dent of St. Joe Paper Company, conclude agreemen
is in just such the cause of her death but it
trouble
machine into
Where political runs We wish to thank all of the
a more in 1973 than the ability to flatten the boor who insults in Jacksonville, Fia., for joint company participatior
(or seems she died rather suddenly -
wholly or substantially one-party precincts wonderful relatives and friends
places as are you. That's what the police are for if the insult goes beyondthe in control and operation of Honeycomb Product .I' best learned. She is
as we
cities or states). I law; if it doesn't; it is better ignored. Inc., manufacturer of honeycomb core products fo who remembered us in our
Michael Curley, of Boston a sister of Buddie Wilkinsonand
political machine of James called
The There is world beyond Florida beyond trades industries and other com sickness upon us or
Clay
a County beyond the building space
of voters Irene Padgett of Clay Hill.
bad political machine because the vast majority cards. We do wish to
was a the United States and today, beyond the stars that needs mercial applicaitons. They also announced plans for sen say
that of Boss She leaves numerous other relatives -
Democrats. Another such machine was this
were minds, thousands upon thousands of them that are inquisitive a new Florida plant which will add another m3jr j we are much improved
his in this section.
who operated the Sovereign State of Tennessee as
and slowly regain-
Crump restless unsatisfied with the answers printed in the books. The industrial operation to the state. week are
personal fief for years. In Virginia there is a strong political Our deepest sympathy goes ing a small amount of strength
government of the Soviet Union has somehow taught this lessonto
machine headed by Harry Flood Byrd who inherited some of it to these relatives and all others again. Our children have returned -
faceless from the Siberian
from the late great Carter Glass. Most of the Virginia machinehas peons steppes. who have to part with this i iI home again. Gene
At the risk of being drawn and quartered in front of the I
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been however, built into the image of Harry Byrd in the I' Fields to Hampton. Va.. Mil
Court House I would say I think the role of our astronauts I'
since Senator Glass' death. There is nothing evil about
dred to Newport News.
Ayers
years has been greatly exaggerated. Yes they have had physical
the Virginia machine (though various Virginians who are out I Va.. Jo Ann Lang to Tampa
fitness have made their
they peace with life. But the fact remains -
of power and would like "in" would dispute that). BIME Fla., Charles Fields has gone
they have been automatons: their machines built their
Where did Farris Bryant get this nonsense? In all his
for overseas duty again-army
courses plotted, their journeys' end charted by scientists the
years as a practicing attorney in Ocala did he never read any I work-of course! and his wife
vast bulk of whom would not know a football from a soccer ball. -- -
history of the United States Each and every one of them is Dottie Fields and children are
The greatness of England was built the saying goes on the
with references to the need under a democracy, for a Fla. Jim andI
replete I in Jacksonville
playing fields of Eton. Eton built gallant men the world FFVA TRANSPORTATION FORUM PARTICIPANTS
two-party ystem. I has known no greater soldiers. But Eton and the other great are here alone again.

schools of England and America have stressed character, integ- : "

f rity and learning. These are the qualities that produce leader- : I r"i: > News is rather short again

Be Proud ship in the world today.Do ? r1- I no one has been here to help

with this except Susie
Florida's schools me out
produce preeminence or creativity'I

It should be a source of deep satisfaction and pride to think of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. a Floridian who never t Padgett., Some she gave me
last week no
so
every citizen of Clay County that more than 25 per cent of played football. I think of a group of artists who have sought was printed but she
refuge in Key West and other Floridian need to repeat this
If I
is enrolled in school. areas. am wrong
its population today, s Aunt BabeL
that
This trend can only portend, for the near future a broader I am open to contradiction but I cannot think of a single leaderin N does tell me well, is

and more literate understanding of the issues that aid or any field of science or the arts who is a product of Florida's > setting along very

hobble our progress; it will inevitably open to each of its passion for the cult of Charles Atlas a brawny man who must i still able to attend church and

horizons new understanding new interests. have had problems with his tailor. He could not have had many can get around well for a person -
beneficiaries new
DUNCAN WELLS WALRATH OSBORN PINKNEY her .
with his mind. age.I
While Clay County as yet. has no institution of what is ----- ,...-

learning." it has a proximity to Gainesville What is this fetish that puts winning games and in ......
called "higher ,:1. key busH* "!spn: of the 20th annual Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association do not have any church
of Florida : to Palatka to St. Johns the mouths of youngsters who are called coaches a yen forUblood"
to the University convention in Miami Beach Sept. 24-26 will be the Transportation! Forum. Participants records this time was unableto
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above winning minds
and to Jacksonville University
River Junior College ; in tee forum include: James T. Duncan, FFVA Traffic Manager At- attend again, therefore haveno

which offers to every citizen in the County young and old a What in substance is education torney Maxwell W. Wells, Maguire, Voorhis & Wells; Laurence K. Walratn, chair- definite information except -

chance to escape from the parochialism of a still-rural county. man of the Interstate Commerce Commission; Prime F. Osborn, HI, vice presi-- Sunday School and

There is excitement to be found in these places. In history Letters To The Editor dent and general counsel, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; and James F. Pinkney, church were well attended at

books that recite the stories of those who refused to accept I chief counsel-public affairs, American Trucking Association, Inc. Highland.

the dogma of their neighbors; in geography books that show

the changing tides of empire; in literature that describes the I To the Clay County Crescent: and I 'want each man woman

decisive acts of ordinary people whose lives we can relate to our Since your distinguished and child to feel free to call

own; in art music and chemistry in law-making and the senator the Honorable EdwinG. upon me at all times. I am

slow emperical development of medical science astronomy, Fraser has resigned as your just as close to you as your

nuclear physics and a hundred other subjects that have non senator to become secretary of Post Office or telephone. My

y relation to the soap operas oE the television set or next the Florida Senate I want the box number is 1176. Starke

E people of Clay County to knowI Fla., and my telephone num-

f door.Let us be proud. These youngsters have new worlds to am ready and willing to ber is 964-0121. The Bank of Green Cove Springs

I conquer. Let us help them on their way. serve them in any way I can Charley E. Johns



Youth Employment Darryl \ chool Year I

l Loans For Home
A LetterThe Housing ImprovementFHA

Approach of the fall school clerical work. These younger

term brought a reminder to workers are limited to three
Honorable Tom Adams .
employers this week that the hours of emplyoment on a Title 1
of State
Secretary
Fair Labor Standards Act sets school day and 18 hours dur-
Tallahassee. Florida
minimum ages for the employ- ing a school week and may
Dear Mr. Secretary:
I am sure the people of the County arid of Green Cove ment of young workers. not work before 7 ajn. or after These loans can be granted to any property owner who is purchasing -
The Fair Labor Standards 7
pm.
grateful to you for your manifest interest in our progress .
are and economic development.Your Act applies to employment in An 18-year age minimum applies or has purchased a house, after qualifying through FHA Standards.

recent letter suggesting that the Georgia Christian interstate commerce or the pro- to occupations which I
duction of goods for commerce have been declared
hazardousby
of the naval base
School might be lured into occupying a part
and in certain large enterprises the Secretary of Labor.
which the City is about to buy is evidence of this abiding

pride in your native heath.I engaging in or producing for These include such jobs as TIME TO

have talked with a high official of the Georgia Christian such commerce. driver or driver's helper on a

The Act sets a 16-year age motor vehicle, elevator operator -
School and I am haunted by just one question.
I The school. I find is run by members of the Church of I minimum for general employment !- logger or sawmiller. operator -

Christ. It is 48 years old; it has approximately 260 students but permits 14-and 15- of certain power-driven ma-

ranging in age from 6 to 18; it teaches grades one through 12; I year olds to work in a varietyof chinery and some excavation

jobs such as sales office or work.Rll.sltin' .
and it has no endowment. I am told its tuition ranges from

approximately $250 a year (for day students) to a top of $800.It 0

has plans to add junior college studies. Its present location Roillette by Chon Day

in Valdosta occupies a 60-acre site.

.1 find all of this very interesting.

:The only question I would raise is this: If the State has

had a red-hot industrial prospect for the base for all these

months, when our three friends have been contesting the City's

V right to buy the base why haven't you referred them to the

City as you did the prospects of this school

It seems to me the people of Clay County are entitled to RUSHIN'

an answer. to this. For upon this devolves the whole question

of the State's sincerity in (1) making the offer on the base;

(2) withdrawing the offer without advising City officials as ROULETTE .

to what specific prospects were awaiting the outcome of who

did or did not buy the base; and (3) suddenly coming up with

an educational prospect from which one must infer that either

this was the One and Only or else it was one the State itself -

did, not want to bother with. : ;- "" -;

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I ELIZABETH GRONER 284-3166 < reeu. ((Uoue eius __' I 1 r'1 1r









Bandsman Honored Lakeitba WalkerServices Anne Geiger, Mr. Mayo Emit Nelson Green Cove SocialsMiss I


for LaKeitha Jo Services for Emil Nelson a
Walker. 3-month-old daughter Wed Garden resident of River View Trailer Joanne Jensen daughter member of the Florida Woman's -
in Ceremony of Dr. and Mrs. R. G.
of Mr. and Mrs. Wyndell Park for the past two years Missionary Union and
Walker of Magnolia Springs were held Tuesday at River-, Jensen left Tuesday for East is presently serving as Presi-

apartments were held at the side Funeral Home chapel Carolina College in Greenville, dent of the Woman's Missionary

u d'x Orange Avenue Baptist Jacksonville. Mr. Nelson. 76 N. C.Mrs.. Union of the Middleburg.
u'+ ii i f P Ps
q Church on Wednesday. The years old died unexpectedlylast Baptist Church.

child died at her parents'homeon Friday. Louise Smith and Mrs.

Monday of brnochial pneu- A native of Sweden, he wasa Joseph Elliott are in KeyVest Mrs. John W. Hohl is spend-

monia. cabinetmaker until his retirement this week attending the meet- ing a few days with her parents -

Besides her parents, she seven years ago. ing of the State Associationof i Mr.. and Mrs. James

3 .f' leaves her maternal grandparents r He is survived by his widow, Tax Assessors.Mr. White of Pleasant Point. Mrs.

.y Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Gam- Mrs. Nora E. Nelson; three Hohl is recuperating from

age, of Eureka Fla., and her snos: Chrales Nelson of Madi- and Mrs. Walker Bow- major surgery which she un-

5, paternal grandmother, Mrs. O xYv son, Wise.; William F. Ruck- man spent the week-end with derwent at N. A. S.

E. Walker, of Tulsa, Okla. er. of Jacksonville; and Ed- relatives in Ozark Ala. On

Burial was in the Ft. McCoy gar Rucker. of Barstow Calif.; I Wednesday they left for Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Craig

: y +FJ cemetery. Helm Funeral Home six grandchildren and three Charleston S. C., where Mr. spent part of their vacation at

ji was in charge of arrangements. I 9C A great grandchildren.Burial I Bowman will be stationed for the YMCA Conference Center

I r was in Riverside Me- a few months on the Destroyer I i at Blue Ridge, North Carolina.
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morial Park Cemetery. Jonas Ingram." I The Craig's and their children.

Mrs. Ethel I i Carol Lee and Paul spent the
Parker later part of their vacation
S."S t Mrs. H. G. Stone of Jacksonville !:-
V T. A. Woman's Club to is spending a few days period at LaBelle, Florida
Arrangements for .
w services; r I
for Mrs. Ethel Frances Parker ;; ". Have Luncheon Electing as a guest of Mrs. A. B. Reid.

who died yesterday at the
: e The V. I. Woman's Club I GCS JUNIOR OMAN'S:
home of a daughter, Mrs John Mrs. S. D. Saunders attended -
r of Green.Cove Springs, will CLUB BOARD MEETINGThe
.y Morgan in Green Cove had .. I the FloridaVoman's Missionary -I
w __ not been completed late yesterday open its fall season with an Union Advanced Leadership Executive Board of the
: __ informal covered dish lunch- I I Conference at Stetson Green Cove Springs Junior
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; Mrs. Parker, 59 years old $ eon Wednesday, September University in Deland last Woman's Club will hold a

died after a long illness. She 1' ,.. 18th at 12:30 o'clock at week. Mrs. Saunders is the I meeting this Thursday eveningat
4 rr moved to Green Cove four r s newly elected president of the 8:00: o'clock at the homeof

krF months ago to make Tier home j' their clubhouse.All Black Creek Associational. I Mrs. Jack Saam.
4 with her daughter j members are invited to M. U. having served twice be- They plan to resume their
$ x fore in this office. She is also Thursday.
She leaves another daughter bring any prospective mem- regular meetings on

i.= ta : Mrs. Louise Mosley, of St ems, bers as their guests and their Resident Executive Committee I(I September 19th.This .
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Augustine; two sons Ludie and 4\, favorite covered dish.

Lugean Parker both of Tifton,
Ga.: five brothers: William
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Russell Frank and Fred Webb $ i
Saumlcrs At College
all of Tiftoir; and J. T Webb, Week'sBONUS

of Sylvester. Ga.;; and 18 Building Campaign Meet ..

grandchildren. 54'
State "Representative S. D.
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Saunders attended the kick-: L

Winford E. Franklin former member of the Clay High RAINBOW INSTALLATIONTO off luncheon for the college' i/ii/!

School Band, vas the delegate from Gamma Nu Chapter at building 'amendment ia Tampa 'II
BE TIELD
Florida State University to the national biennial conventionof last 'SaturdaY.

Kappa Kappa .Psi. national band honorary service frater- Green 'Cove Springs Assem- I Tli-e amendment, under BUYSV
niiy. This convention was held bly :NO. T7 'Order T>f the Rainbow ---
August 28-31-at the University which the State will:sell bonds

of Arizona in Tuscon. for Girls Well hold tlieirInstallation -A garden ceremony was the was a flower of matching ma- 'for a college building program -

TYinford has been further honored Saturday Sep- setting for the marriage of terial with
by being selected to a circular veil and will beput. before they I
play in the 150 member tember 14, 7963: at"7i3ft pjn. in Miss .Anne Marie Geiger and she I
Nation Intercollegiate Band whichis carried a cascade bouquet voters on Nov. 5.
directed by Commander Charles the Masonic "Hall. This is an William Howell Mayo on Fri- of gold | Plus Valuable Plaid I
Bendler retired director or day. .August 30th. at 7 o'clockat mumsMr. t3 vernor Farris Bryant was Stamps
the U. S. Nary Band. The concert was the climax of the Open Installation: -mtda"D : the home of the bride's par- W. W. Mayo served as liost -and principal speaker at

convention. friends are :invited to attend: ents. The :Rev. George Prom best man for his son. the luncheon meeting.

of the Hogan Baptist Church.
Following a reception; the
Jacksonville, uncle of the
I iIt couple left for a wedding trip
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"'""'" -_ -- OF THANKSTo
----- -, toV Jekyll Island. Upon their A 'WORD
ring ceremony. FREE 100 PLAID STAMPSWITH
return they win reside in Orange our many friends who
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The bride.who-was escortedby
MI'II-WASH Park. were so wonderful to us in the
her father chose a street THE PURCHASE OF
loss of our loved one we are
1. length gown of-white lace over The bride and. groom are
deeply grateful.
taffetta. It was designed witha both graduates of Clay High
Your sympathy and concern SUPER RIGIITGround
MINI-WASH Trtted bodice and featured a School. The bride was also
: scalloped bateau neckline. expressed in so many ways
graduated from Jones Business comfort to hearts.

long points sleeves over her which'hands tapered and to a College and is employed by the brought God bless each of our you. Beef
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(ill 0 W.ill@
: cF i : c lliJ"I"I fullskirt.. Her elbow length Prudential Insurance Coni- Mrs. Herman E. Reed
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams
-veil was held in place by a i pany. Mr. Mayo is a studentat
i crown -of seed pearls and she' -t3t Johns River Junior Col Mr. and Mrs. William H. Reed
LSZ earned cascade bouquet of I' Mr and Mrs. A. J. Williams Jr
z lege.
--- wliite orchid and french car-
$1.39.I I
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Mrs Ronald Wilkes servedas '-'- *, t.;.: The First Presbyterian Church

matron of honor for her .
cousin. She worea street : Magnolia Ave. at Gum
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.SYSTEM length gown of blue chiffon .
.w-} Green CoveS
which was designed with a fit-

;iehcote, rtcr lingerie, ted bodice, scoop neckline anda
eer stockings, eon, be 1lornlnorshlp 11 o'clock SUPER RIGHT SMOKED, COOKEDPICNICS
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fun skirt. Her headpiece
r 1k ttectrfeVwew?jmniotare wash ;V, V Church School 9:45 o'clock

,\ "fe icet. k wofVs? ftl, G E't Ftlfer- 4 VISITORS WELCOME

., t.. r%.vystem >,>vfW.res:quickly PKXTECOSTAIj HOLINESS
4i. ;. 'for.fl W ,j2-lb. ioo4> atfmng a
Ji iet xa M +'ettioew, 'nily t* CHURCH
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5-.. Cycles 2-Wash Temperatures You Dave *
Special Invitationto
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-=. pacify. Church and Sunday School
"Co, "'" Famous Activator Washiag.
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Sunday School 9:45 sum. .
CHARLES HELM ,
Filter-Flo System J'-
Preaching 11:00 a.m.
Detergent DispenserModel Sunday Kite Serr. 7:00 p.m. R Funeral Director

Prayer M. Th Ul's. 7:30 p.m.
Th
WAB52X Pastor. Ralph S. Morgan
v Phone 284-9696 FRESH, FIRM RIPE
5 Phone: 228-2685

$228 I GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA

HWY. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 445LandscapingSoddingSeeding TOMATOESCTNSI

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FREE DELIVERY & INSTALLATIONFULLERTON'S N.. E.Magnolia Houston Are St .* NEW LAWNS = TILLING GRADING 2 25 c

GREEN FLORIDA COSI.RL G8 SPRIGGING SODDINGOLD

Services held Sunday LAWNS RENOVATED AND ,
at 11 a.m.Subject '
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ESTIMATES! NO OBLIGATION!
.;. :_ SUBSTANCE Prices in this ad are effective through Saturday. Sept.
24 N. ORANGE AVE. I' Sept. 15th Dare Talbott's .'- 14th. 115 N. Orange Are. Green Core Sprints FIa.R .

GREEN COVE SPRINGS ..".1 I Arcordial invitation extended GATOR TURF NURSERIES Ph. 24-3372 or 284-3995

PHONE: 284-4044 Orange Park Area CO 4-9565 to attend our service .



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OBSERVE SCHOOL CROSSING S Young Mother Critically Wounded I EXECUTIVE COUNCILS OF Jim Booth Heads I
P. F. A. AND BAND MEET I
Student CouncilJim Social Notes
Mrs. Candyce Ann Sherman, ange Park last winter with her The Executive Councils of
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17-year-old mother of a 14- husband. Both are said to be the Orange Park P. F. A. and Booth heads the Student
I month-old son, and awaitingthe natives of New York State. Band Boosters met Tuesday !! Council of Orange Park High Mrs. M. P. Byers has had as sau. btjl
Cotney Tire ServiceCor. birth of a second child. Her friend told The Crescent to make organizational plans. I School this year with Hugh her guests her daughter and
was in critical cnodition late that she had been worried Cotney serving. as vice presi- son-in-law. Col. and Mrs. H.
Park & King Jacksonville yesterday at the NAS hospitalas about Mrs. Sherman's attitudefor Orange Park's Glow |I!! dent. Other officers are Mary B. Boyle of Washington D. C., Dan Martin Jr.. MIl rf Mr.
rseult of gunshot woundsin Costs Jacksonville I and her granddaughter. Glee and Mrs. Daniel! Martin wH
a some time and that she Dough Poppell, secretary; Mike Ber-
Phone: EV 9-3027 or EV 4-6491 Boyle who will return to leave on Sunday for Ctrtfebert,
the abdomen. had warned her husband aboutit. Lights are being left on- at taloni, treasurer; Dewbra Mos-
S Orange Park police, sheriff's night at Orange Park's new ley chaplain; Eric Hansen, Brenau College in Gainesville, Ga.. where he will enter An-
S deputies and Constable Carl town hall to show off the parliamentarian; and Cheryl Ga. drews College.
TIRE
Mosely were investigating the Orange Park Budget beauty of the building but the Campbell, reporter. Mrs.Maud
shooting yesterday morning. extra current isn't costing the Green will serve as sponsor. Miss Ann Martin, daughterof
RECAPPINGRETREADING Miss Kay Smith and Miss
Hearings ScheduledThe town one cent. Jim Booth advised that Mr. and Mrs. Dan Martin
According to a friend of the one Peggy Smith, daughters of
S That's the word from Vice of the projects that they hopeto left last week for Florida State
wounded woman, who was Orange Park Town Mrs. Ruth Smith left last weekto
REPAIRINGFrom staying at the Sherman homeat Commissioners is going to hold Mayor Hoyt Cotney who saida complete this year is the University in Tallahassee. enter college. Kay will attend -
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1051 Kingsley avenue at the public hearings on the Budgetfor few citizens had complainedto installation of a school sign at I Florida State Universityand
the smallest to the LARGEST! time of the tragedy the young the Fiscal year beginning him that leaving the lightson the corner of Kingsley and Allan Ewing is on a sailing Peggy wil study at the
mother watched her husband, October 1. 1963. This meetingwill was an extra expense to the Blanding. trip in the Caribbean off Nas- University of Florida 0I
Distributor Miller: Tires Autolite Batteriesand
William Sherman, a sailor assigned be September 17th at 8 town. I
to NAS, walk out of the o'clock at the new Town Hall. Actually, Cotney explained. I
house and hten turned a .30.- The public is invited to come the City of Jacksonville is pay- Wider door in
inORANGE .30 rifle on herself. The friend, and offer suggestions, com- ing for the current. Under the openings
PARK: i who asked that her name not ments and share their views. town's contract with the Jack- Improved 1964 Chevrolet Trucks!
: be used, said the husband had sonville Electric Department
Sinclair Station Road Service I ot break into the house to current for the Town Hall is
reach his critically wounded ORANGE PARK BUDGETThe free.Lights
195; U. S. 17 I I left
Highway Phone 264-6431 Orange Park Town are being on
wife.Mrs. along the walkways and at the
I, : Sherman moved to Or-, Commission has scheduled a
fountain at night.
I public hearing Tuesday at 8
pjn. at the Town Hall on a
new budget to be adopted for OP Cub Scouts \o. 253

''Where The Best Is Better' We Collect the next fiscal year. The tax Organize For Year
levy for the present budget is
Orange Park Cub Scout Pack
a. J Electric 11 mills.STEADY. I No. 253 of the Muskogee District -

ONLY and sponsored by the Orange .S..S. S. 4F
GROWTH IN Park Lions Club is starting its .
i program for the coming year.
a a BEST TelephoneBills ORANGE PARK
The Committee ChairmanT. < sh '
YOUR I
The steady growth of Or- J. Devine (264-9382). has

? NEEDSTV ange Park is reflected in the information and applications [A ei,1r A.
I new tax roll presented this
concerning Cub Scouting and '>
week to the Town Commission.The wi!' b:? :pleased to answer any Y
roll shows the total val questions.The !". nvv' S'...;ae S
HARDWARE ELECTRICAL
SUPPLIES PLUMBINGSGet .Z

ue of property in the town Cub Scoutin? programIs ... ... .... .. ....... .. __ .
It All From0BNALLHARDWARE limits as 5668340. This Lan open to all bovs between the <9: ,'( -"" : '" _::; ".h. .. '. ::< New forward slanting windshield pillar provides insulation for quieter cabs.
increase of $309,738 over of 8 and 10 Vz of more weatherproof
ages years roomier door openings for easier entry and exit Corvair 95 engines have been increased to 95
the previous tax roll. Mrs. age and adult help is also in 1964 Chevrolet trucks with regular cabs. Other horsepower from SO. The new 1964 Chevrolet
Florine Ralph, deputy clerk, needed to make this a success- features include longer lived lamps and exhaust truck line also incorporates all the major chassis
1922 Highway 17 Phone 264-6831 Orange Park said all of the increase is due ful year. The first Pack Meet- systems lower transmission hump in most pickup engine and body advances made under a
to new construction.The ing will be held on September26th. models more positive door latches and improved five-year program which began with I960 models.

total value of property Plan to attend!
that is non-exempt from taxes
was listed at 3582602. Thisis 1

a increase of $211,638 over ....> -
6 the 1962 rolls.



SOCIAL SECURITYThe .
publisher of a book
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widely advertised as containing -

"tips'exclusive and "How information to get twiceas and

,. much as much Social Secur- It Is UnlawfulFOR
AL' a ity," states his book has been
cleared for accuracy "with the
highest legal authority on the
subject of Social Security bene-
fit claims.

Social This Security hook. R. B.district Donaldson.man- ANY PERSON OR PERSONS TO ENGAGE IN

ager in Jacksoville said this

the week Social has Security not been Administration. cleared by- BUSINESS UNDER A FICTITIOUS NAME UNLESS

: He said the book con- .
tains advice which if followed THE NAME IS REGISTERED .
might place a person in a
wore: rather than a better financial S

oositinn.Hp .
\ ", fit RAM: t1qt- t 1kin'soryp !:
('\}' t1o "+4" the book Read This Florida Law
offe.c ..."...1t 10"'irj t" extensive
delav in the oavment of social

uritv bpn"fft", b-*a'ise all of "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons as defined herein to enrage
the facts would have to be investigated in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined without '
before social secur- and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the circuit courtof
.Vv ity benefits, could be paid. the county where the principal place of business is, which registration shall
. Mr. Donaldson advised anyone consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all interested persons,
who has a .question as to I, stating under oath the names of all those interested in the business enterprise the
the accuracy of a privately' extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business
"ubltahed book about SocialS is carried on. Said registration may not be made untl the person or persons desiring
ROf"1n1ty ask the Social S- to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their .
\ $ Met iiritv office in Jacksonville intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four ((4)) consecutive
about It. weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county where said registration
is to be made and said registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the circuit
t LS
SEAT BELT USERSTO court except upon receiving proof of such publication."


INSURANCE GET EXTRA COVERAGE IF YOU ARE ENGAGED IN BUSINESS UNDER ANY .

*% St Nationwide Insurance the .
second largest mutual auto insurer NAME OTHER THAN YOUR OWN\ AND HAVE NOT "
{A \ ?wA r v v \V i wv announced this week it .. $
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will provide 50 per cent extra s S
medical coverage at no HAD THIS NAME PROPERLY ADVERTISED AND sS
extra cost to Florida seat .

83-Year-Old Baby S belt users car or covered commercial by its vehicle passenger REGISTERED, WE WILL BE GLAD TO GIVE YOU "' ._

policies. .1
With the new seat belt plan,
In 1880 when Floridians picked up a phone for the first time, they talked a driver carrying $1.000 medi- ALL NECESSARY INFORMATION AS TO WHAT YOU

-and that all But look what happens today. You can mind the baby cal coverage will be entitled instead -

(Home Interphone), talk hands free (Speakerphone), and conduct committee efits if to he's$1,500 buckled In medical down ben-witha SHOULD DO. 1 .;

meetings (Call Director). Not only that, all Florida phones are now seat belt when injured in an :

100% dial. In spite of all the things phones do today,it's only the beginning. accident. The same protectionis
extended to
passengers wearing -
More and better services are being developed right now to make your seat belts. .

telephone an even greater marvelof In addition seat belt users Clay County Crescent :J. .
protected by Family Compen- /
convenience and
pleasure, at the
sation
auto coverage are en-
ti lowest possible ost. Southern A/A Bell titled to greater "confinement" S .
benefits. For them the usual

., a. gllJi/Jth; $900 maximum benefit will be

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S. Stump Gets $250 Scholarship Keystone PTA MeetsAt Another One I I. Mrs. Ida James. BryantAnother III


for Mrs. Ida James
l a recent meeting of parents and teachers of Keystone Services years ago.
High Philip Knuth principal of the school said that all his Bryant former resident of She leaves a nephew Wil-

teachers held a rank 3 certificate and many had a rank 2. Y Green Cove who died in a liam H. Butler of Doctors In-

Meeting in the Clay Co-op conference room, Mr. Knuth I I Jacksonville hospital last week, let; a step-son. Clarence Le-
introduced each of the school's teachers. Beginning with the
were held in Hickory Grove roy Parker of Green Cove;
first grade teachers, they are:
4 First grade: Mrs. Susie Gornto of Grandin. "Miss Susie", Baptist Church last Friday and a son. John M. Bryant

as she is affectionately known by all her former students, has She was 82 years old. now serving in the Navy;

her A. B. and her master's in Education from the Univer- A native of Liberty County, three daughters;, nine grandchildren -
sity of Florida. Her minor was in Psychology. She has taughtfor
1 Ga.. she lived in Green Cove and 11 great grand-
35 years, the last 12 at Keystone School.
l A for a number of years. She children.
1 t t p Second grade: Mrs. Florence Harris, of Lake Geneva, has
Y her B. A. E. from the University of Florida and has 6 years of moved to Jacksonville four Pall bearers were: Wayne E.

9 w experience. Geiger Luther Wilson Jennings -

Third grade: :Miss Paula Wyman, of Keystone, has just i I Murrhee, J. P. Hall Jr.,

received her A. B. in elementary Education from the Universityof Clay High P-TA George L. CarasJe and JamesT.
.fS Florida and is teaching her first year in Keystone.
To Meet Norton
Fourth: Mrs. Bonnie Jones of Keystone, has her B. A. E. : MondayThe

in elementary Education from the University of Florida, and. Clay High School P-TA Honorary pall bearers were:

has 32 years of teaching, the last 9 in Keystone. will hold its first meeting of O. J. Murrhee J. P. Hall
Fifth: Mrs. Ann Kraus of Gainesville has a B. S. from
: I the year on Monday September Lewis E. Wilson
< : .f': Thomas. Rivers -
Plattsburg State U., in elementary Education. She has had ., .. "' '" >
Photo Courtesy David L. Talbott b....._ "' """ !"" ->- .,' 16th at 7:00 o'clock in the Louis H.
Sandra Stump, Miss Clay County of 1963 is shown receiving 2 years of experience, and has taught in Keystone before. J i I Clay High cafeteria. This will McKee AHie T.
Fifth: Mrs. Joan Nabors will teach the other section of t i i Ivey and T. J. Jennings.
a check for $200 for the furtherance of her educa- being razed this week be a covered dish dinner at
Green Cove
cation at Piedmont College. The funds were made avail- fifth grade. She is living at Lake Geneva, and has an A. B. eyesore was which time the teachers will Burial was in Hickory Grove
The recently acquiredby
able by the Pepsi-Cola Company and from the of in elementary Education from Fla. State University. She is to make way for progress. property be ,'cemetery.
proceeds Bradley & Triplet, is the most recent in a series of unsightly presented to the parents.It .
the 1963 Miss Clay County pageant. David L. Talbott who teaching her first year in Keystone. buildings in Green Cove that have been torn down. is cordially requested that
presented the check expressed the hope that in the yearsto Sixth: :Mrs. Nieda Sanford of Gainesville, will teach one north the vacant lot will presenta all parents of the students attend -
section of sixth grade. She has her A. B. in elementary Educa- Fronting on Orange avenue
come the funds available for scholarship would be sub- not for Green Cove residents but this first meeting and Eddie
more inviting scene only Taylor At
tion from the University fo Florida, and is teaching her first
stantially greater.
covered dish.
bring
a
tourists 17.
foe: using Highway
year in Keystone. 4-II Council
Sixth: Mrs. Agnes Strong, of Keystone, who will teach the
second section of-sixth grade, has her master's from the Univer- I Student Eddie Taylor of Green Cove
Mrs. Lewis MuirServices Nurse
sity of Delaware in elementary Education. She has had 5 yearsof Notes was among those who attended -
Keystone Social
experience.In the meetings last weekendof
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for Mrs. Ann Easson rian. She was also an officer the junior and senior high school, the instructors are ---1------ 1 the state executive board of

Muir, wife of Lewis E. Muir a of the Clay County Friends of I listed by subjects: The Garden Club of the Reynolds, left on Thursday the Florida 4-H Council. The

duPont Company executive, the Library. English and Guidance: Mrs. Ann Null of Keystone, attended Lakes will have a get-together Sept. 5. for Trinity College in meetings comprising four sessions -

were held at the. Keystone She was also a member of Blue Mt. College Fla. State U., and Barry Collge. She has luncheon at the home of Mrs. Clearwater, where she will discussed the programof

Community Church on Mon- the Advisory Committee for an A. B. degree with a major in English, and minor in history. Daniel Pater on Nelson's Point; take a special English courseto the state organization

day. Mrs. Muir, 52 years old, the St. Johns River Junior She has 4 years of experience. on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 11:00 II qualify as a teacher of Chil-,. which numbers more than
died unexpectedly last Thurs- College in Palatka. Mathematics: David Greene of Keystone, has a B. S. in o'clock. Club officers will act dren's Bible Schools. This is 20,000 boys throughout the

day.A. Beside her husband, she Education, attended Tenn. Wesleyan College, and Tenn. Polytechnic as hostesses. The luncheon I: something that Jane has felt The boys rolled up their

native of Scotland, Mrs. leaves a daughter, Margaret, i ;: Inst. His minor was Mathematics and Science, and he will honor District IV director was her special calling and sleeves and pitched into attacking -
Muir moved with her family a freshman at F. S. U.; a son has had three years of experience. Mrs. Thomas J. Silliams, who! we wish her well in her chosen the problems of com-

from Wilmington to Keystonesix John who is in Junior High Mathematics and Science: Sterling J. Crabtree, Jr., of will be paying the club an official field.Mr. 1 1t munications, this year's them
years ago. School at Keystone School, a Keystone has a B. S. from Clemson College where he majoredin visit. William Reynolds is in improving county and district

She was a member of the sister, Mrs. Isabel Krapps of Physics; his minor was Math and Chemistry. He will be the Medical Center in Gainesville -I councils, and the philosophy of

Community Church, and was Washington and a brother Mr. teaching his first year in Keystone. P.-T. A. TO HOLD where he underwent sur- the council program.
active in many civic projects. William Easson, of Patterson, Science: Mrs. Virginia Jordan, of Keystone, has a B. S. INITIAL MEETINGThe gery on Sept. 5.Ve were
She organized the P.-T. A. N. J.Pall. in Science and attended the University of Florida and Florida Keystone Heights Parent- happy to hear from Mrs. Rey- This meeting has supportedthe

mothers' school clinic at K. bearers included Ever- State U. She has two years teaching experience, and seven Teacher Association will hold nolds that he is showing im 4-H Aim of leadership, cit-

H. S., and she spent many ett Fox. Sam Gardner George years' experience as a medical laboratory technician. I: the first general meeting of'I I provement. I I izenship and personal growth.Servicemen .

hours there. She was a mem- Schaeffer. Dick Sunderland Social Studies: James J. Jackson of Keystone, has an A. B. the current season no Thurs

ber of the Woman's Club, and Bill Morgan, and Harold Sut- and his master's from the University of Florida, where he [ day evening, at 8:00: o'clockin I Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. I
was interested: particularly in majored in Social Studies. He has one year of experience. the school cafeteria. Bruce C. Prevatt of Decatur, Miss Sylvia Norton daughter -

the Woman's Club Library. I ton.Burial was in the Keystone Spanish: Mrs. Norma Valldejuli of Keystone, has a B. S. Teachers will be in their class I 1 I Ga., spent last week-end with of Mr. and Mrs. E. M.

and acted as volunteer libra- Heights Cemetery. and master's from Ohio State Univ., and her major was Edu- rooms at 7:30, preceding the I I Mr. Prevatt's parents Mr. and Norton of Kingsley Lake returned -

cation; minor Child Psychology. She has 10 years of experience. meeting for the purpose of I I Mrs. Myron Prevatt of Brooklyn on Tuesday to St. Vin- NAVY LIEUT. PAUL BIRD
Home Economics: Mrs. Reita Walker of Lake Geneva hasa meeting parents who are anxious -I Lake. cent's Hospital School of

I Miss Lewis Weds Mr. KnightMiss B. S. and master's degrees from the Univ. of Alabama. Her to discuss any problem I Nursing as a Junior. Miss\ i Navy Lieutenant Paul L. Bird
of Mr.
son and Mrs. John C.
1 I Norton has completed
Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt one
major is Vocational Home Economics. She has 9 years of ex or who just want to get ac- Myron Bird
of
quainted. spent the week-end of Sept. I Ii year of her three year train- Keystone Heights, is
Betty Jean Lewis, Jack I Calla lily points at the wrists, perience. i i 7-8 with their son, Myron, Jr.. i in?. She was graduated from serving with the recent win-
sonville became the bride of and bouffant skirt with Business Education: Mrs. Christine Croft of Keystone, hasa ner of the 1963 Fleet.Air Wing
ap PLEASE IIELP IF YOU CAN i in Tallahassee, Fla. The Clay High School in the
LaMar Knight, Orange Park, pliques of lace and sequins and B S. from Delta State College and her master's from the Are you one of those fortunate younger Prevatt is the owner I class of 196%. Five"E"Award for battle read-
in a ceremony performed last chapel train. Her veil of illusion University of Mississippi. Her major was Business Education; individuals who has acquiredan of new trailer and his parents I Ii iness efficiency; Patrol Squadron -

Saturday in the Edison Ave- was attached to a double her minor. Accounting. She has seven years of experience. air conditioned home,:=i enjoyed visiting him therea 56 stationed at Norfolk
Baptist Church. Rev. Per- Athletic director. Boys' physical education and driver education }I I Va.
nue crown of pearls, lace, and and has no further use for the change from their spacious Mrs. Edna Beasley spent I
cy L Knight, the bridegroom's I crystals. She carried a cascade : Roy H. Spradley of Keystone has his B. S. from old-fashioned electric fans home on Lake Brooklyn. Whilein three days in Gainesville with

father officiated. I bouquet of French carna- Brigham Young Universty. where he majored in Physical Edu- Would you like to put said Tallahassee, the Prevatts I Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Simons re-
The bride is the daughter of ; tions centered with an orchid. cation, and minored in health and drivre education. He has had fans to good use? The lunch-::: were entertained by Mr. and I cently. Mrs. Beasley was there PFC JESSIE E. KELSEY

Rev. and Mrs. Ernest E. Lewis.I The matron of honor wore' one year of teaching experience. room ladies at Keystone School Tallahassee i week. Mrs. Beasley was thereto
Parents of the bridegroom arq a yellow street-length sheathof Girls' physical education and safety education; elementary -Mrs. "Skeets" Glisson and 1 I residents. help out her friend Mrs. Army PFC Jessie E. Kelsey,

Rev. and Mrs. Percy L. Knight, taffeta with overskirt of grades physical education. Mrs. Millie Jo Wilkes of Lake her four assistants would 1 I II I Simons, who was injured in a son, of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Orange Park. nylon chiffon and the maid of Geneva. She has a B. S. in Physical Education from Georgia "love you to pieces" if you 'II I NEWS FROM ST. WILLIAMS fall from a ladder. Kelsey, of Green Cove com-

Given in marriage by her honor and bridesmaid wore Southern College, and three years of experience. would lend or donate a fan to I Tuesday morning Mass is I I pleted an emergency medical
training course in early August
father the bride chose her sister identical gowns in blue.A Librarian: Miss Emma Kate Mansfield of Keystone, has them to keep them cool while' held at 7:45 now rather than I Major and Mrs. Wayne B. with the
556th Medical
Com-
Mrs. Wanda Mikell, as reception followed at the an A. B. from Wesleyan College; a master's from 'Emory Uni- they are keeping 416 children .I 8:00: am. |I I Sargent and two children are in
Karlsruhe.
her matron of honor. Miss church. The couple will residein versity and the University of Florida. Her major was Social happy and well-fed. Think II I Confessions are held on j'visiting Mrs.\ Mattie Sargent. pany Germany.

Elaine McMullen was maid of Orange Park.SPORTS.IIAN'S. Studies; minor Library Science and elementary Education. She about it, and phone Mrs. Glis Saturday afternoons a t St. I I Maj. Sargent's mother, in Key- Kelsey, an ambulance orderly -

honor and Miss Jane Polk has 34 years of experience. son at her home, 473-4459. or Williams from 4:00 until 5:00 stone. Major Sargent returned in the company, entered the

served as bridesmaid.Earl BARBEQUEThe Secretary and bookkeeper: Mrs. Doris Ottinger, of Key }I at School 473-4844. Thank : I'I'pm. I recently from eleven monthsin Army In October 1961 and received -

Bryan acted as his stone, attended Baypath Business College and has had 10 yearsof you. Sunday is Altar Society Korea during which time basic training at Fort
brother-in-law's best man; Clay County Sports- experience in the business world. Sunday. The ladies will goof i his family was living in Green Chaffee Ark. He arrived over-
and ushers were Allen Brown. man's Club will hold a barbe- is school cafeteria man- REHEARSAL TIMES Communion in a body on Cove. On Sept. the Major and seas in April 1962.
Mrs. Juanita Glisson of Keystone,
Robby Polk, Kenny Berry and que for all members, both old ager. Her staff will include Mrs. Dorothy Martin, Mrs. Bobbie Gene Croft reminds' parents Sept. 15 the third Sunday. I his wife and children will report The 19-year-old soldier was
Robert Meredith.The and new, at Bayard Point Sat- Turner Mrs. Flornece Forth and Mrs. Yaeko Hinck. that the K. H. S. Band meets Choir Practice is held every I at Fort Benning where he employed by Clay Memorial

bride wore a floor- urday afternoon from 4 to 7 Assistant principal will be Hubert Oliphant Jr., of Key- for rehearsal on Monday Wednesday morning at 9:00: I I will be with the control and test Hospital before entering'the
o'clock. This affair will be and Thursday am. I center of the 11th Air Assault. Army.
length gown of Chantilly lace stone. He has his A. B. from Carson-Newman College wherehe Wednesday, i iI
free to all members and their mornings at 7:30: A. M.. and
and organza over layers of taf- majored in history. His minor was Religious Education. He I
''feta and net with molded bodice invited guests. All persons has had 6 years of experience.In the choir meets on Tuesday!
featuring a Sabrina neck- wishing to attend please con- conclusion. Mr. Knuth gave his own qualifications: B. S. and Friday mornings at 7:30. -a ,

line and sleeves tapering to tact Lewis Chancey. from Western Michigan Univ.. and University of Michigan; First rehearsal. Monday SeP-

master's from University of Florida. His major was Education tember 9.PERSONALS.

his minors Physical Educaton Health and Social Studies. He
(ly' has had 22 years of experience. :
SOME PEOPLE WILL The Harvey family reunionwa

L IENE ANYTHING IF scelebrated on Sunday.

YOU Wit IS PER IT \ There Sept. 1 were, at approximately Keystone Beach.40 "

1 "Accentuate the Positive members of the family present -

>JI icct:1: Putnam, some coming Bradford from, Marion.Duval 1 r

Alachua, and Orange Counties. '
Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land Those who were on hand, said .. -.>7:"

With the old swimming hole nearby they were looking forward to a 4
larger attendance next year.
Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms.
NEW DODGE DART-The 1964 Dart, Dodge's family-size compact, offer a Hot of
I See Us for your Real Estate Needs Newcomers to Keystone are innovations designed to provide greater comfort, convenience, reliability and safety.
Mr. and Mrs. Marston Jordan The Dart .also features new styling and improved engine performance. Nine mec&s:

S. E. McKAYKeystone \ and their three children,Lynn are offered. The Dart goes on sale at Dodge dealerships on September 20.
E I Carol and Mark who have\I ,
purchased the split-level homeon I "
Heights! Phone 473-4816 Lake Geneva built by Mr. Dodge Car Sales Prior to their viewing the throughout: the model line, he

new cars and trucks in the
Charles Wallenius.Mr. .
and Mrs. Up 71.2% In Area
said.The
i
Jordan is in Civil Service Jacksonville Coliseum Nichols new cass go on display
described to the dealers the
and Mrs. Jordan teachesat Byron J. Nichols. Dodge gen- in Dodge dealerships September
eral and Chrysler styling and engineering
SchooL manager
I AB C-TV Furniture Outlet Keystone Corporation vice president on changes for 1964. A full selection 20th.

i Miss Jane Reynolds daughter Monday welcomed some 600 of models will be avail. Nichols offered high praise

of Mr. and Mrs. William Dodge dealers and salesmen to : able in three model lines. tot h e Southeastern area
a preview of the company's There will be nine models in Dodge dealers for the out-

Yes true! But we're not whispering wen 1964 car and truck line. the compact Dart and med1I standing sales objectives accomplished ..
before the dealer um-priced 880 series with 24 I by them.
Speaking (I
** Murrhee
shouting. "'e want: everybody to know we offer a department 24-Hour TV Service
group at a film and stage pre- models available In the stand "The ,area's sales increase of
store of bank services" at the Keystone Insurance Agency sentation in the Jacksonville ard-size Dodge line. Nichols 71.2 per cent In passenger cars

i State Bank.MEMBER. Auditorium Nichols said: and 34.8 per cent in truck
said.Engine
;\ L : "The year 1963 has been a options ranging froma sales for this year Indicates a
t WASHING MACHINE, REPAIR great one for Dodge the best 170 cubic-inch Slant Six cylinder fine selling job that has
,
-1' ; .-.nr In our history. And your abilities -: to a 426 cubic-inch smashed all previous records.
w coupled with the 1964 Ramcharger V8 will be avail- These figures become especially -

line of cars and trucks assures able in the 1964 models along significant when com-
F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE
HEIGHTSTHE RICHARD MURRHEE my prediction that our 50th with three and four speed pared win industry improve-
FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY Idlewild Are. Green Core. Springs See:
v. Agent Anniversary Year1964 manual transmissions and a ments of only 19.8 per cent in

Phone 284-6381 Day er Night Phone 473-4786 will be the greatest that Dodge three-speed Torqueflite auto- car sales and 10.4 per cent in
has ever known." matic transmission available truck sales." Nichols sald.THURSDAY. .







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George E. Haydt MHC& I Clay High Baton Twirlers Stella M. Coates


1 Graveside services for Miss

Stella M. Coates, who died
Penney Farms early last week at the Mary

Olin Cline, Penney Farms,
Reporter: MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS, Phone 529-8131 were held last Friday in the

MHC cemetery Penney Farms
The preacher at the Penney nation of President Lincoln.In .
She was 82 years old.
Memorial Church next Sun 1887 she married a Baptist l1
day at 11 o'clock, will be the minister, the Rev. Emery Miss Coates who was a native -

Rev. B. R. Truscott; the Thompson, who died in April, of New Brunswick, Canada

x4,,, teacher at Sunday School, for 1938. Four children were born s t was a school teacher In

t the combined adult classes at of this union, three are still w Dorchester, Mass., for 56 years

10 o'clock will be the Rev. C. living. She has seven grand before coming to Penney Farms

_Lr5 f P. Schnver. children, nine great grandchildren in 1948. For 52 years she was
and eight great great a member of the Dorchester

: New residents of MHC include grandchildren. She remembers I Temple Baptist Church.
S Bishop and Mrs. John attending the funeral of p She leaves several cousins

Springer who are temporarily President Harding.Mrs. Helm Funeral Home was tn

residing in the Saialley apart Thompson carries on a C s charge of arrangements
ri ment until their own apart lively correspondence, she enjoys .

ment No. 207D will shortly be knitting, jig-saw puzzles, 4 4 1sr'
ready for occupancy. and boating in her son's cabin THEATRE
!U
,. CLAY
S rg'I Bishop Springer went to Africa cruiser. x Phone 281-6711
I as a missionary in 1901 I
The Good Citizensh ip Monday thru Friday Two
and worked in the southern

s'I Congo. In one area he established League will meet on Monday, Pictured above are Clay High's Drum Major and Majorettes from left to right: Janet Shows each evening
at 7:30 o'clock in the lecture 7 & 9 p-m.
a school which was Parker, Lora-Lee Hutton, Donna Revels, head majorette, George Swanson, drum major Sat. & Sun. Continuous
named Springer Institute in room of the Penney Memorial
Gloria Janda and Joann Cushman. From 2 p.m.
,. South Congo. It was in this Church. Everyone is urged to i
__
C S school where our Mr.- and report instances of good citizenship /

I Ii Mrs. Smalley worked.In observed during the Wed. & Thurs., Sept. 11-12

Church later elected years him, the Missionary Methodist summer.It The Rev. Arthur R. Eckels CRITICS starring CHOICE

Bishop of Africa. will be of interest to Miss
Bob Hope, Lucile Ball
After retirement. Bishop Emma Ellsworth's friends to The Rev. Arthur Raymond Plainsboro, New Jersey, for a ber 1956. On April 24, 1958.

Springer chose to remain in know she is in good physical Eckels, a resident of Memorial! pastorate of twenty-five years, Mrs. Eckels passed away. As

his missionary field in the health and attends hospital Home Community from 1956 and during that time, acted as long as her health permitted,' Friday & SaU Sept. 13-14

Congo, until he and Mrs. supervised activities. She appreciates until a year ago, died in Lenox, president of the Rural Churches Miss Laura Graham, Mrs. Eckels' YOUNG RACERS

Springer came to the MHC recently and enjoys her mail la., on Aug. 31. He was 86 of New Jersey, for eight sister, remained as house starring Mark Damon

He celebrated his 90th but an answer should not be years old.Educated. years. He also served on the keeper. Over a year ago, because
birthday on September 7. expected. Her 79th birthday at Coe College; Synod Pension Committee for of ill health Mr. Eckels HERCULES AND THE

will be September 20th. Her Iowa, and at Princeton University nine years; and in Y M C A relinquished his apartment CAPTIVE WOMENstarring

i Miss Florence Chesebroughof address is "Social Service Department he was ordained into work for two years, back in and moved back to Lenox. la.

Edmeston, N. Y., arrived Box 902, Norfolk, the Presbyterian ministry in the time of World War 1. At Survivors include three sis Reg Park, Fare Spain

I Marine Reserve Corp t4I George E. Haydt, son of Mr. and at MHC last week and took Nebraska. Send her a shower 1907. The following year he one time he was pastor of the ters: Mrs. Lillian Scott of

Mrs. Rolland A. Haydt of Green Cove has just finished a 15- up residence in Apt. D-21. of cards and letters. I married the late Jessica Graham famous old Tennant Church Lenox; Mrs. Ann ORiley of I Sun. thru Wed, Sept. 15-18

Several years ago she started of Shueyville, la., who in New Jersey. Waseca, Minnesota; and Mrs. Walt Disney'sIN
/ day tour of duty at the Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Ariz., The Rev. and Mrs. Ray
home for retarded children 1958.During .
a died in
Dora Chote of Corning, Iowa- SEARCH OF
After his retirement, he and
with Marine Attack Squadron 144. At Yuma, where the in her old family residence. mond R. Gregory write from
his 40 years hi the his wife left their home inj also his two brothers, Warren THE CASTAWAYS
from 80 to 85 degrees at night to a blistering This work through the Rockport. Mass, that they
temperature ranges grew have had a wonderful trip all ministry, he served as minister Yardley. Penn, and took up Eckels of Lenox, and H. Clyde starring Haley Mills
115 during the day, Haydt and his squadron mates years until now the home
the from Penney Farms of a Presbyterian Church hi residence in MHC in Decem Eckels of Jacksonville, Florida.
for 60 children way
cares of all
kept the jets armed with rockets, bombs and 20mm ammu
ot Pacific Coast and back
ages. The work grew so much umlluIai1 lilhhuuhmuftlhuIfh uuuUNUWUU4humIQII llmhI8uulluliu1IIl $1IRthU1INUIUfuhWIH91 UhIUUU1UhIflhUfluullFJ /
nition. The "Flying Gator's" returned to Florida on August.
across the country to New En
that it is now under a board
31. (OFFICIAL MARINE CORPS PHOTO) and will be a continuing work gland. They are spending a
for the future. few days with friends in Rock-


Cities Service Center Mrs. E. C. Thompson who port.Miss Anne Button sailed on FJ PHILCO VALUE

a ai spent seven winters at MHC September from Liverpool, on
i and who was loved by all. had the S. S. Sylvania which was

a birthday celebration at the due in New York yesterday.
f UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
home of her son. Dr. A. C. She is spending a few days __ -
Thompson, at Punta Gorda, in New York and Chapel Hill, -- AH New for 1963
where she makes her home. enroute to Penney Farms. She
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As the school year settles down into a normal routine, one of
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school food service, for lunch must be brought from home. It jOlAC71
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you pack a more satisfying school lunch.
j Children between six and 10 years old require 1700-2100 calories
SpringMOTORS per day, depending on height, weight, body structure and CONDITIONERS APRIL 1964 s
I activity. One-third of these food requirements should be met by L
the school lunch. S
*Avoid bulky sandwiches and heavy foods in a packed school -
SERVICE lunch-these are more likely to end up in the waste basket Cut
sandwiches in small sections and peel, section and wrap fruit
separately for ease of eating.
FOR *Include nutritious snacks in the lunchbox to discourage children
from too many sweets. Such foods as dried prunes, raisins,.
peanuts, corn chips, tomato slices, carrot sticks, celery, cereal-, U N S O N furniture
VOLKSWAGENAUTOMOBILE0 cookies or cereal snacks are healthful and pleasing.if Company
I'f Pattern a packed lunch after the Type.A'school lunch meal
which includes:
H pint whole milk 1 serving bread, muffin.or
2 ounces meat,fish,poultry other hot bread made of
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or beans or V cup 2 teaspoons butter or = r
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100 Yards North of Governor Creek 6 ounces or % cup of raw, r I
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t LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL I SOUND AND LIGHT

NOTICE HISTORIC RENDEZOUS LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE:

IX THE CIRCUIT IV THE COUNTY jrDGE'S
.; r 4 1 f'n IX- THE corRT OF THE COURT OF COURT NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
THE FOURTH JUDICIAL OF CL.corXT".
CIRCUIT
COl.>T'IDGH.. CLAY IN AND "'ORCL...\.Y- Nearly four centuries ago are FLOR.lD.IX PROBATE.NO. REGISTER FICITITOfS NAME
COlxnFLORID.IA PROBATE. ', COUNTY FLORID. returning each night as Castillo 1O2 Notice i* hereby given that
IN CHANCERY. ESTATE OF the undersigned under the provisions -
IN HUMAN RE: ESTATE E. OF No . de San Marcos relates her | ALICE M. LAMBERT o* chapter If$.". Lawsof

I t 1 r NOTICE TO REED.CREDITORS Deceased. JOHN C. BIRD. Plaintiff past through the miracle oil I NOTICETHE Deceased register Florida with Acts the of Clerk 1937.of will the

To HavingClaims All Creditors and Persons -s. "Sounds and Light.. I{ STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Circuit Court in and for Clay
or Demands EDNA B. SINULEY. et al.. Hundreds Irene McCarthy County. State of Florida upon
Against Said Estate: Defendants of lights bathe the fort walk Residence Unknownand receipt of proof of publication
You and each of you are here- NOTICE of this notice,. the Fictitious
OF SLIT I
by notified and grounds in changing colors I
and required to present THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO James Lambert name ofKNIGHT'S
1 any a 'rtten demandswhich EDNA B. SINGLEY and as the familiar voices of Ralph c/0 C. G. Sargent & Sons. Corp. TRAILER PARK
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS you or vt you, may W. NORMAN.. SINOLEY. Broadway Signed. Mr?". Robert U Knight
CAnErs TRADING POST have against the estate of Her- her husband: ADELAIDE S. Bellamy and Douglas Fairbanks Graniteville. Mass. Put>. Aug 15 22. 29, Sept 5, '63
man E. Heed deceased late of YOST and ROBERT and all other
L. persons concerned -
WE BUY SELL TRADEThree said County. to the County I YOST her husband; all persons Jr. narrate the never :
RALPH F F. INLET MARINA Judge at his office of Clay in County the court, Florida houseof claiming any right title interest conquered fort battlles. You. and each trt you. are
locations i I or estate in. lien"upon.. hereby notified that a petition
: or '
said County at Green Cove The Castillo is the original':
the real described has been filed in said Court
MERCURY & JOHNSON 15 E. Palmer St., :284-3280 Springs Florida within six cal- herein or any property part thereof, by fort that took the prayng for the issuance of Let-
MILBERGER endar months from the time of Spanish ters of Administration
de Bonis
ENGINES Warehouse & antiques old tice.the first Two publication copies of of each this claimor no- of through the' above under named or persons against: and any from 1672 to 1696 to build almost ': Xon in said estate to Calvin L. ; TING J JFOR

Orange & Ferris Street CROSHY COATS Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. demand shall be in writing all have parties the having right title or or claimingto interest 25 years. Made of ana-I'' Brow; and to file You yourwritten are hereby required de- (
and
(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERS. "BIG TOP" tent -- Blanding shall and state post the office place address of residence of- < in :the property herein described tive shellstone called I after tenses the thereto first within publication forty hereof days-

REFRIGERATION Blvd. At Ridgewood the claimant and shall be swornto Defendants Greetings: (ko-KEE-na.) its walls are 3C Should you fail therein decree -
by the claimant, his I
SALES & SERVICE agent will be entered in due
You
are hereby notified thata
AND Furniture his attorney and accompanied by proceeding quiet title has feet high and up to 12 feet ,\ course upon said petition.'YITXF..8S THE BEST in all-round
OUTBOARD REPAIR & appliances atbargain a filing fee of one dollar and
AIR CONDITIONINGService such claiam or demand not so been brought in the Circuit thick. Coquina was and is an I seal of said Court my hand this 20th and the good;: printing try the CRESCENT -
IIwy. 17 Orange Park pricss 8 tfc filed shall be void.s Court for Clay County. Florida ff August. 190'-3. day I PRESS
INC. The
against all persons claiming any ideal material for the fort. It i priceis

Home Phone 284-978O Phone CO 4-9835 As executor/ / Opal of the M.Last Reed Will I I or estate.lien right upon' title the or following interest described in.-I was heavy enough to make a I SignedThomas! County Judge J. Rivers }'t I right.

HAIRCUTS and Testament of Herman E. real Pub. 8 !!. 29. Sept. S. 12. 1M
property situate in
solid
Business Phone 284-9581 Reed, deceased. good fort yet soft enoughto
Pub. Sept. 5, 12 19 and 26, 1963 Clay County. Florida to wit: take ---
Farm Thirty-nine (39) of a cannon shot without
INSURANCE TFe give the LAWRENCE DEVELOPING cracking. I
COMPANY'S Subdivi-
LEGAL NOTICE
"FirstHaircut"Certificates sion as recorded in Plat .rv--.
c AGIN'SRefrigeration Book 2. page 18 of the Public Its baptism of fire came in
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Records of Clay County.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Florida. 1702. during Queen Ann's War. I I "1 I .
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and are hereby required to 1
Notice is hereby given that you South Carolina's .
R And Air I the undersigned under the pro- file with the Clerk ol said Court Governo j ...., ...... '
ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 visions of chapter 869.09. Lawsof your answer to aid suit and James Moore seized the city ....Jo
: ConditioningSERVICE i CCIOf Florida Acts of 1957. will serve a copy thereof upon thePlaintiff's -1 '\ :-..".\.:
,Y t, and beseiged the :- \ """
fort for
4 .S register' with the Clerk of the attorney Whose name 50 1 i
Orange Park Barber Shop Circuit Court in and for Clay and address is: J. C. Sapp. At- days. Before Moore left he set t '''li
at I P. O. Box 446 #
County. State of Florida upon torney > w. .
Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. receipt of proof of publicationof Green Cove Springs.' Florida on fire to the town. L7\\ ,I..
Chrysler AIrU>mp Sales .this notice the Fictitious or before the llth day of October -
same location for over 15 yean name O'fMILBERGER'S 1963: therein setting up the !
Authorized Philco REFRIGERATION estate right title or interest in. The founder of Georgia, I.
Service CI) KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 SERVICE or lien upon the above described James Oglethorpe, swore to
Signed. Ralph F. Milberger property claimed by you. Herein [
Day Ph. 284-3680 Pub. Aug. 22. 29. Sept. 5. 12. 63 fail be not.entered or default against judgmentwill you.' take St. Augustine or leave his &ds9Yi ?

Night 284-3402 SIGN PAINTING WITNESS: mv hand-- and the bones before its walls. He did

S. Palmetto LEGAL NOTICE of seal September.of said Court 1963.this 3rd day neither. He set out in 1740 from

GEORGE L. CARLISLE Fort Frederica :
Georgia with
Green Cove Springs E. BRADFORD PYKE QUALITY As Clerk of the above
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR styled Court. 900 men and 13 vessels. Await- / ;

Rt. 2. Box 47 TAX DEEDS By Eotillee Ridley. ing him at St. Augustine were )
194.16 F. S. Deputy Clerk
Green Cove Springs SIGN PAINTIING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Sept. 5, 12. 19 and %6. 1963: four swift galiots in the har-
UPHOLSTERING that Clay County Development
Phone 284-3859 Company the holder of the following bor and 750 men under Col
LEE WARNER certificates has filed said Manuel de Montaino
the Gov-
certificates fora tax deed be LEGAL NOTICE ,
to
If Long Distance Call CollectPAUL'S
FREE ESTIMATES 305 Glendening Road issued thereon. The certificate ernor.

Orange Park Fla. numbers and years of issuance.the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
ALL WORK GUARANTEED description of the property.and REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 5'/
While the British fleet blocked
Phone 264-6316 the names in which it was Notice is hereby given that \

ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY assessed Certificate are as No.follows 45 : visions the undersigned of chapter under 865.09 tne Laws pro- the harbor to starve the /

Year of Issuance June 1, 1959. of 'Florida Acts of 1957 will Spanish. English gunners shell-
of
Description
_ Lot 17 Green Cove Property Gardens: register with the Clerk of the ed the town and fort. The
Circuit Court in and for _Clay
Archie- Padgett Section 3 Township 6 Range County State of Florida upon townspeople moved back intc

All Legal Beverage BAXLEY'S' TRIM SHOP 25Name in which assessed: receipt of proof of publication the woods out of range. The
On Kingsley Ave., Just E. C. Foote of this notice the Fictitiousname

East of Hwy. 17 Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. All of said property being in ofATLAS ELECTRIC "''l1)MECHANICAL I fort suffered slight damage.
Complete Auto & Furniture the County of Clay. State of : COMPANY
Ph. YO. COngress 4-9213 Dnval Cornty Line Upholstering Florida.Unless such Signed. Earl R. Shipp. Jr. Oglethorpe gave up and returned -
Orange Park Fla. : certificate or cer- Pub. Aug. Z%. 29. Sept. 5. 12. '63:
ificatts shall be redeemed' to
1400 according George after the defenders -
North of Orange Park W. Idlewild Ave. to law the property described -
Ph. 284-3505 in such certificate or desparate from hunger -
certificates will be sold to the LEGAL NOTICE fought through the block-
Cove Cove Springs Florida highest bidder at the courthouse
ELECTRICALIOTELS door on the first Monday ade to fetch food from Havana
Free Estimates in Month of October. 1963. whichIs OFFICIAL NOTICE
the 7th day of October. 1963. 'TIMBER SALE ExteBloB After being in Spanish hands
Free Pick-up and Delivery Dated this 3rd day of Septem- of time limit for bid date.. for almost 200 Floridawas

Atlas Electric & Mechanical 'MARINA MOTEL Handle Any and AU of Your her 1963.GEORGE Lw CARLISLE scattered Commercial: throughout pane; and hardwood approxi- turned over years to Great, Bri- JW

Company Upholstery Needs! Clay Clerk County.of Circuit Florida.Court of of-way mately 6000 in Put acres n.a Canal m County.right- tain by treaty in 1763 followingthe Itt! fr Sty.YES

We dn all type of electrical HAROL'aAXLEY Sept. 5. 12. 19. 26. 1963 Sealed bids by 4:30 P. M, Monday de-- Seven Year's War (1755- .
APTS. FOR RENT Owner & 14 October. 1963. For
UIterer 21
wiring. yrs. tailed information contact Flor- 1762). The British period in
Em.... BAXLEY LEGAL NOTICE ida Canal Authority. 803 Ros-
Month
By Week or selle Street. Jacksonville 4. Florida Florida lasted only 20 years
RAY SHIPP Son and Upholsterer 4 yrs. EL 6-0405." Then another treaty turned it IT'S HARD TO REFUSE TO CASH A CHECK
U. S. 17 North NOTICE OF APPLICATION Sept. 12. 19. 26. 1963
Owner and Manager E. A. HUMMEL FOR TAX DEED back to Spain.Confederate .

Phone 284-9228 PHONE 284-3605 Upholsterer 6 yrs. NOTICE Sec.IS 194.1 HEREBY F. S. GIVEN But if a social security card is the only identification:

that Clay County Development LEGAL NOTICE troops occupiedthe
Company the holder of the following fort briefly but left before offered, a refusal may save you headaches later on.
certificates has filed said
certificates for a tax deed to be Federal troops arrived in 1862 Honest will understand if
LEGAL NOTICE people that
explain

I L"k\ts SillJJII [!': lJS[ ) ] IIFOR II and numbers tse issued description the thereon.names and years in of Toe which the of certificate property.Issuance it was REGISTER Notice NOTICE is OF FICTITIOUS hereby INTENTION given! NAME TO that 'The the fort last was real a military prison use during of social security card is for social l you security purposes a


assessed Certificate are No.as follows 67 : the visions undersigned ofchapter under 865.09.the Lawsof pro Spanish-American War ir only-NOT FOR IDENTIFICATION.That } .

Year of Issuance June 1, 1961 Florida Acts ort 1957. will reg- 1898-1899. In 1924 the Castillo
ister with the Clerk 'of the Cir-
I Lot Description 16 Green of Cove Property Gardens.: cuit Court in and for Clay County. was ,established as a nationa' little card is the key to old-age insurance paymentsand

I 1-- Section 3 Township .b. Range State of Florida upon receipt monument by presidential pro-
25 of proof of publication of survivors
to insurance for
SALE 4 bedroom FOR RENT: :Nice 2 bedroom FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2- Name in which assessed: this notice the Fictitious name clamation. In 1933, it was payments the family

house Elsie Street Hilltop house newly painted Inside and All of Christian said property Larsen being In of TWIN REALTY transferred to the Nationa' in case of the breadwinner's death.

Section call 2843860. out, reasonable, large yard, ap- bedromo house with kitchen the County of Clay. State of Signed Wilda Hilda T.T. Neth Russell Park Service.

25-tfc pliances furnished. Call Penney furnished or unfurnished; $50 Florida.Unless such certificate or cer- Sept. 12. 19. 26. & Oct. 3. 1963 Presentations of this historical -

Farms. 5298211. 20tfc monthly. Furnished 2-bed- tificates shall be redeemed according drama beginning with the
to law the property described -
room house. $60 monthly. Call in such certificate or start of construction of the 0 o CI AL i SECU R jT
FOR SALE: 4 Room House. 2 GCS 284-3249. 9-12 certificates will be sold -to the Castillo in / > 5 s. Y
C 1672 until it be-
highest bidder at the courthouse hj ACCOUNT MUi18ER
bedrooms. Reasonable cash FOR RENT: Warehouse ap- door on the first Mondayin FLORIDA TAXABLE REAL came the U. S. possession arc

price NOW before prices go up proximately 35' x 12'. $20.00 a is Month the 7th of day October.of October.1963. which 1963. ESTATE-$10 BILLION held twice nightly 8:00: pjn 000-00-0000

in Green Cove. Call GCS month. Phone 284-3963. FOR, SALE Pure bred red Dated this 3rd day of September. and 9:15: pjn.

284-4601. 9-5, 12, 19 26 p 9-5 c Duroc Sow, 14 months old; 1963.GEORGE I* CARLISLE Taxable real estate in Floridawas I ;

never bred. $30. Phone GCS Clerk of Circuit Court of valued last year at $10- Frank Sc1.th

2849576. 9-12 p Seput.Clay 5. 12.County.19. and 26.Florida.1963 225.000.000 by assessors for tax W. S. C. S. FELLOWSHIPTO il \
FOR SALE Piano good FOR RENT 2 bedroom houseon iii
gathering purposes the Florida ''Lii ;!;r4f1-4t61
' condition. $300 cash. Call large lot. Convenient to HAVE COFFEEThe S
LEGAL NO'i'jCK State Chamber of Commerce
284-3829. Mr. P. English Rt. school and church. Stove rot! SOCIAL SECURITY PURPOSES NaT rea ItEltTfCATIOM I
DOMESTIC WORKER desiresone
reported yesterday In its week- annual W. S. C. S. Fellowship \.,
2, GCS. Fla. 9-5 c furnished. Phone 284-4244.
or two days employment. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN ly Business Review. Said the Coffee will be held on
9-12-tfc-c .\.\D FOR CLAY COUNTY,
Daisy Davis, 303 Lemon St. FLORIDA. IN CHA. CER". organization's spokesman: Thursday Sept. 19th in the

FOR SALE Beef and pork Phone 284-35518 c/o Mamie NO. 361 social hall of the Methodist IT'S NOT FOR IDENTIFICATION WHEN IT COMES TO
THE WILLIAMSBURGH.AVINOS "This included the valueof
by the half or whole; or will FOR RENT OR ALE-2 bed Walker. 9-12 p : BANI{.. sum church from 10:00: a. m. until
a banking the land plus the values ol CASHING CHECKS.
corporation.Plaintiff All
slaughter chill and cut yours. cinderbloct house noon. women of the
room
on'
homes buildings and property
: vs. ; church are invited.Respectfully .
Leroy Wilson
phone Green large lot. Stove* and J. W. PORTER and improvements such as canal
Cove 284-4557. 9-12 19 c refri&"er-I GLADYS D. PORTER. ,
ator furnished. FOR SALE Two
rim
: narrow his wife. and dikes. The figure showeda 0. S.
Mrs. J. C. Sapp DEPARTMENT.OF IEALT1. EDUCATION, AMD WUFAIE

3478. 9-12, 19 p 26" bicycle tires and tubes. Excellent NOTICE OF Defendants.SUIT gain of almost 300 per cent Public Relations Chairman mm SEClim AlIIIIIIDAnl,l

FOR SALE: (Colored) Three condition. Phone 284 THE:STATE GLADYS OF D.FLORIDATO PORTER.- over a ten-year period.MA P. O. Box 446 I I
FOR RENT: 40 foot trailer 3166. t _....UT nuns rr c 5 37444 /A31./1
bedroom frame house 703 unknown residence and Address number of factors com- Green Cove Springs Fla. I

Mills Street. Small down pay- with two rooms added. Com- You are hertby: notified that a bined to bring the upward push: I
furnished. On suit has been filed against. ylou j -
pletely large
in property values.. First the -
ment. Very small monthly and J .W. Porter in the above
payments. For further information lot. Call after 5 p. m. 284- OFFICIAL NOTICE entitled cause; and that you are demand for land 'itself Is FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
hereby required to file an-
call collect FRanklin 3830. 9-12, 19 c TIMBER swer with the Clerk your of this stronger: second _,the number
SALE
Commercial
I Court and to serve a copy of homes and buildings 1962
6-4502. Gainesville. Fla.
,
pine and hardwoods scattered thereof upon the Plaintiffs attorne's. -
Ray Parkinson. 9-12, 19, 26 c I PIANO LESSONS $10 per whose name and ad- was considerably greater. than OpOSSUM.
throughout approximately 6,000 dress Is:
1 Richardson & Watson ten years previously
Freeman.
month. Mrs. William P. Erwin acres Canal right-of-way in 711 Barnett Bank Building __

FOR SALE: House almost new, B. Mas. Call 284-9571. Putnam County. Sealed bids Jacksonville 2. Floridanot "Another force which accounts COMMON THRUOUT
later than October 7. A. D. '
'
2% miles north of town 'on 9-12 by 11:00 A. M. Monday 16Sep 1963. for a part of the gain Att'PART OFPLOBIPAIMTOrYMSAS

paved highway. Shaded lot. t t tember 1963. For detailed information Pro If you Confesso fail to will do be so. entered Decree is the trend toward assessing WILL ASINTHEW1&.OStSECUTM

Quiet. Two bedrooms hard- I contact Florida against you for the relief demanded property at its full value. To-
i II FOUND Ladies Watch in in the Complaint.The .
wood floors. Adequate down' I Canal Authority. 803 Rosselk nature of said suit being day three counties assess at C5ELPOM SEEN BECAUSE
of Bank of Green Cove
1 lobby for the foreclosure of ,
payment. Phone 284-6666. i Springs. Finder call at Bank I Street. Jacksonville 4. Florida the property Mortgageencumbering and 100 per cent value; 12 other i 't IT SLEEPS IN THE MYTiK

9-12 tfc:: EL: 6-0405. 8-22 29, 951,1'11'11 -< premises located in Clay County. assess at least 75. per cent ol AND ROAMS..A&our !
; to Identify. 9-12 p Florida. described as follows -
: value and another eleven faD SEARCH Of fOOfIATHlGHT

I II LOT UNIT 33.NO.BLOCK 1. according 5. BELLAIR.to between 60 and 75 per cent. s A STRONG< lGtSTM

plat thereof recorded in Plat The value of homesteads STEM PERMITS-frit?
: "i Book 6. page 26 and 27. pub-
AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY lic Florida.records of Clay County exempt under Florida law and EAT ALMOST AHYTHWJ

; . . . therefore a tax write-off to- AU KINDS ANIMAL'
. .__. __. AND ALSO the following described -
. . . .u"--L-L.. . . .. . .L-L-L-'L..o..L..L..L.. . .-m-m-r --.-L-Y--'L---. -1---L-1. . items of equipmentnow taled M.488.000,000 in the state ;::; FOOD AS WELL At fR11tT,
located in or upon the _.r
above describtd premises. last year. This sum was 44 percent f, BlUJES 0 AKRVSITHS .
FURNITUREAIR DRUGGISTSCASTERL1NG OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Stewart Warner Recessed
i Wall Heater J-286-69 as large as the taxpayingreal Ix OtflY MAJCSCPIAL

BASE FURNITURE W 10' Nutone Kitchen: Fan estate total that year. In .POUCHWM.W.\W.

Fine 'Furniture.Carpeting "' PHARMACY AMERICAN Quick 10976627 Rec. Theem 40 gallon the 1950s homestead exempt 1 OHM NORTH ItMRICA'MfM

Appliancce OFFICE SUPPLY CO. glass lined water heaterB361
.
7...* wv property stood as high as 69 r IMBitYD$1C y IaS+
i Complete Home, Furnishing Reliable PrescriptionService- : Emerson' Pryne ceiling per cent of tax-paJing.pro-- / C t 6ctb III 13i\\'t4.C\ :j
5053 Roocevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. :ones Jr. Owner heater and fan in bath SOU-
3002 perty dropping below 50 percent 'LIVE W TNt NOT4a1} ;
Jacksonville EV :-4<<111
Cosmetic Dept.
Complete is Gallon>On Tank Stand
on
I Specialists in' WITNESS my hand and seal I in 1961. fore. first time Y oW. Dr3itCMt OttTtL '

TRAILERS Camera Film Office Sapplies-Oificc Equipment of said Court at Green Cove in recent years.. / aI' 2 MONTHS Oi9OW I
Spring day County. Florida.
Pacemaker -Peerles Pharmaceutical Needa-Su a4rie* thts 1963.3rd-day of September. A. D. Personal .property and Intangible fLORiPAWil.DI.iFE *'*KUf MftYTVr

Air Stream for Travel GEORGE Lu CARLISLE: property ( at o c k a Nlrd MAMMAL THAT CAM

Used Trailers-Bank Financial k Complete Line of Greeting Clerk County of Circuit, Florida CourtClay bonds and bank deposit) are "it HA1t6 8V 'ITS' TAILTHURSDAY. #,

<0O17< Roosevelt Blvd. 10M BUadlac BIY", Carda26SSS'l By Vivien H. Sohra.Deputy not included in these tabula- ?Melictcz6

BUTTS MOBILE ,HOMES DfC Cleric
,
1IT1Wlt; Sept. 5. 12. 19 and 26. '63 I tions. '6AA1N
KV$-41aTai i JaebM'U1e" Park St.. JaeksonrBU 'FL" JDA AND fR/CN Wllrl$11 c.sSltJN


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