The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Remodeled GCS Pool l of Industries

4 Announces OpeningBy 1 Nation's Top

extensive Green Cove remodelin.city MELDA pool was McKENZIEThe reopened on Wednesday following -'interested In Base Facilities

Acting City :Manager Ben Zellner said the pool will be

open at night if enough people are interested in its use at that
students 25 cents.

time. He added that prices for adults are 50 cents and for ROLL UP TO $100 MILLION Wendell Jarrard, chairman of the Florida Development

Last Tuesdays rain prevented the painting of the interior t Y Commission, is regarded, in Tallahassee, as "a man in a hur-

of the pool and delayed the termination of the project ry," in this case to get going with the indtutrktl develop

eomewhat. The snack bar, managed by Pete Bethel is already Doubled Assessments For ment of the Green Naval base, the moment the State gOne e6s it.

serving patrors. The whole snack bar area has been revamped.New .
lighting fixtures have been installed and a new tiled floor : of the largest companies in the nation is interested in

and dance area for the teenagers has been added. Rural Lands In AlachuaAladua z' the facilities at the base.

New grillwork on the porch which faces the pool is a }part
County Tax Assessor Claude. Franks. has an- This was learned this week by THE ORBSENT in Interviews
of the improvement along with cement steps leading from the t
into rounced plans to double assessments on rral lands, which along ;! r' with officials of the Development COlBiBi' isll.
y poolto the porch and snack bar enabling swimmers to go _
with other assessment charges, will increase .the 1963 tax roll
the snack bar A has been placed between the }
for purchases. gate 'vk These officials expressed high optic nt at the economic
than million.
doorway from the porch and the dancing area so that those in to more $100 ss :
Thiswill be an increase of $12 million over last year's $88 future of day County.
wet bathing suits will not be able to enter that area. No bathing -

suits will be allowed there. million tax roll. \ The recommendation of the General Services Administration
Franks earlier this month announced -
The dressing rooms have repainted and lockers added for stituted authority on their that the base be sold to the State of F*ria has gene, under -
plans for an increasein side."
the convenience of pool users. n.'l federal law, to the House and Senate Government Operations .

t The pool project is j jist the beginning of work on improv- assessment in and around of suburban Gainesville.acreage "The governor said that land F:; committees. It will stay there for a ertad ef 30 d+ayas. If

also values should grow as /the coun- (the recommendation is not specifically} disapproved, bile State
ing the whole park. The puLJic restrooms are being redone These moves have come since
and will soon be finished. ty grows and land prices increase will automatically buy the base. It is not generally believed that
Franks last month had a confer
," Franks said, "and I R, where a state has made an offer of purchase, a congressional
Mrs. Vivian Kenney, City Clerk, summed up :the feelingof ence with Gov. Farris Bryant in ,
have '
to with
agree y would veto it.|
most citizens of Green Cove by saying, "We are very proud"to Tallahassee. g ,

have our .ipool and very !proud of the work that has been This conference resulted from Under Franks' program now, There is some talk in Tallahassee that in addition to one
the assessment suburban
done in its .improvement." objection of other county offi- on lots M or more indurstries, a small l college might be put into a part
will show a decrease but The pring WhiCh flows! into the pool has a co.lorlu111istory. cials to Franks' program at that of the facilities of the base. Such ana eventuality weald not

In Mrs.\ Kearney's office is an old postcard with the prices time -w&ichwas resulting in reductions increased on acreage, no (matter I t only bring money into the area but it would act as a further
where located. Acreage close to
charged for water from the spring in as She says "'''horse and of the the will have
city assessment increases -
buggy days. The card reads Quisisana Spring water, 2 doz. "I :regret very much that the f'
more than double rural Mr. Jarrard is pressing for the earaliest consummation of
one half gals. return of empties.A County Commission has forced I
'lands, Franks said. "L the sale in order to go to work in makm'S the base "an economic
this, Franks said, "but theykept" ,,
local resident vho firmy believes in the healthful quali- S
The increase will apply to timber : < f S asset to Flrodia. .
ties of the spring is Mrs. Sara Bardin HaEock who was born hollering and screamingand ;

here at 302 S. Green St. in a (house built for her mother. finally they gat all the con- and farm land Franks said. State officials this week expressed the highest confidence
Before his visit to the!
She firsts'\"am in the spring as a child. .Her mctihar was Franks' had governor, in an early beginnng toward the development of the prepertiy

also quite a swimmer and in her words," a must i' better swim- Services Today For plans to program reduce assessments included on s. n such a way that would reflect credit on Clay County and,

mer than I". Mrs. Hallock's mother remembered (the spring timber land. He AVENDALL JARRARD more specifically, Green Cove.
said when it was only a small stream and saw it as it begin to 20YearOldMotherKilled this is now changed

break through the surrounding' rock and form its present size TWO DOG RACES SET .

and reach its current output. In WreckServices Services For Mrs. Jennings FOD SATURDAY

Mrs. HaBock supplied quite a bit of history about Green CHANGES IN SUOTH BEING ..,.. ..... _
Mrs. Lois ..'" ............. There wall be two dog racing .
for .
Dove end the spring. She said. that before and during the 1900's, May WROUGHT BY NEWCOMERS ..'v'.R .{..-_ .: ," ... '

Green Cove was a thriving health; resort and had such famous Barber, 20-year-old mother of PRESBYTERIAN '.LAYMAN j..".. t programs at the Orange.

visitors as Robert. E. Lee. two infant childres, who was SAYS Park Kennel Ck4> on Sativdlay.

L A hotel, was bunt! for patrons wishing. ....to. mak. '..use of the killed.in an auto 'accident .near.... a This twin bill starts with a
Pstter f.J ,
':-: ,- .e ; 'UZbt ,.. .
time during this eriod. -- Middleburg Sunday night, were # J "Ls 10 event matfitee at. 2 pjn. and
this The 78 are.changing: fast in the deep
-time during period. constant degree temperatureof
will bt followed
!scheduled to be held at 3 o'clock by the regular
the water led peopT''to use the spring winter and summer. south, the retiring moderator nigfht card of 11 races.

Since most of the visitors came during the winter months the Thursday afternoon in the of the general assembly of the .
Featuring the noctural offerTig
hotel orchestra. would go down to the spring area and begin Peoria cemetery chapel. Mrs. -
Presbyterian Church, U. S. will be the series of Kennel
to; pay around 10 o'clock every morning to encourage the more Barber :resided with her parents, (Southern. ) said last week. Championship contests when
timid .patrons to take advantage of the baths.
Mr. and Mrs. James Tyre of
Dr. Edward Grant: :a Baton several boxes of.gregfeeund* puton
A4; this time a donkey drawn trolley ran from the trailrad Hibernia Read.lIeanwhiIe Rouge chemical manufacturer, the second pteee of the title
depot to the hotel for the convenience of guests. There was
at 9 o'clock this told the assembly, meeting In grind. They w4M go o> r the
also a trolley going to Magnolia Spring where another hotel
lozated. morning, a preliminary bearing> Huntington, W. VA., that the Marathon eotme.The .
was changes are being wrought by t
xk series started Wednesdayof
Ioek said that at time there alligtors in is scheduled to be held in the
Mrs. one were people moving into the south this
week when the entries
boarded off section. She stated that rather large fellow death ofIr.s.. Barber and I
..a :: one from other areas of the nation.
competed over the abort Clay
was muzzled and leashed for riding. Those daring enough to Charles Edwin Moore, 38, of I y ,
0 Duval "These people do not believe County: course of 1490 fee,
try it were allowed that priviledge for twenty five cents. County.Ccurtland
they left the Unittd States when
These: contenders will use the
After an article about Mrs. Hallock's yearround use of Barry Duckworth, they came South." Grant
con- Orange Park
the pool appeared in the "Florida Times Union," several years ;34, of Jacksonville, is charged tinued. "To them there is no of eowwe on Wed
i nesday !next week and then
''She received letters with inquiries concerning the with manslaughter. Accordingto
mary '
such place as the 'Southland.. the
eight kennels w th aRe
pool and Ma healthful qualities. She says s he has been quite Sheriff John Hall, Duckworth All that this term meant to us highest
point totals will be
we'1:: during feer lifetime except for a few minor illnesses.The posted tend of $2,000. He was for long land eligible
so a flowing for the
not injured in the crash in Championship, a single
constructed tae W.P.A. the
present pool gas by curing ''with kind MRS. JENNINGS
a special of milk and GOVfiNORS' WIDOW, PASSES race over the Marathon diet-
thir ties.: Tins was the only major renovation attempted until which a third person was critically /honey is being diluted withwhat
t.e .;:'a" :.,t project began in February. injured. Thomas Leon still Mrs. May Austin Mann Jennings, widow of Gbvenor William Sherman Jennings and ance, Saturday, May 11.

\':. t. ?r r.:*-ert pad bathers use the pool for health or Rowe, 25, of Jacksonville, is alien culture some : regard which as an mother of S. Bryan Jennings, of Middleburg,. died on the eve of her 91st birthday last week. Owners' and trainers eon use

j;: : nan. enjoyment, they are urgeJ to come.CONGRATULATION a patient in Alachua General] must be guard against" !he told the we 'She is shown above, r.; during World War II when she christened the U. S. Liberty Ship, W. S. a different greyhound' for each
on ,
Hospital, Gainesville. Jennings, named for her late' husband. With her are two granddaughters, Mrs. Gordon Sand- of the different distances

Trcoptr E. L. Jones Jr. said general 456 commissioners of this 103rd -ridge( : (I.) and Mrs. Walter. G. Odum (r.) E. L. Beekner and the Blair
.iI the! accident happened at 7:2o Services were 'held for Mrs. the term of his office Mrs. Brothers' kennel led in the name
There is no way back to the During Lefci May Odum and Ift. of victories last week each.
a\hen Duckworth's 1962 ,
.m. May Austin Mann Jenningswere Govenor Jennings and his wife
!thought patterns of yesterday, Dorothy Sandridge both of getting seven while Chester
model sedan struck the 1958 held on Friday at Riverside and t f U. S.
Grant continued. "We are a new 6 a represented Orange Park and Maj. Bryan I Cutbreatfa! and Osier
-4y ,<<\ model pickup .truck. Both were church in a new South. Woeto Methodist Church in Jacksonville state govenors at ceremonies in Jennings, Jr., U. S. Array. I'had six ecwb. Rawiings

n '*" traveling south, the officer said. the church that dedicates it- The Rev. Tom Geyerof Havana at which the Cubans Other survivors include a nep-

Jones estimated the speed of !self to noble cause of gradually the .Middleburg Methodist were given their freedom. At hew, Calvin Marvin, of Middle-] After IS programs, through

Duckworth's car at 60 m.p.h. becoming obsolete." Church was in charge of the t
Y when it struck ,the other vehicle.He services. He was assisted by flag that was lowered over Morro Mann\ Morgan of New Smyrna; Kennel Win Place Show

said Dukworth was alone in Rev...Don Nichols of the Orange Castle and presented to Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth Bell Hightower,, Raw lings 12 13 5

s his car, according to witnesses. ST. JOHNS TO GET GOWT. Park :Methodist Church. Jennings. of Atlantic each; and Mr Betty Eno 12 8 8

The officer said all three occupants PUBLICATIONS Mrs.,Jennings died last Wednesday 31 r s. Jennings was instrumental Grace Bell Rogers; and Mrs. Blair Bro. 12 7 15

of the pickup truck were Congressman: D. R. Matthewshas at her home in Jackson- : in the organization. of Jane Bell Larmon, both of Beekner 12 6 9

thrown out of their Tehicle. He designated St. Johns River ville.Lonk I the Royal Palm Park the firstState Jacksonville.

said .t. e truck turned over two a prominent figure in park ever created in the GCS
Junior Pall bearers METHODISTSTO
College's library as a US. were members
or three times on the shoulder! the development of a more II United States, later as presidentof
depository to receive government her family: Maj. Jennings MEET TUESDAYThe
of the highway. p11 HC"Itw.ns. beaautiful Florida: Mrs Jennings the Florida Federation of Walter Odum aid Gordon Sand-
a Witnesses told Jones that was born in New Jersey Woman's clubs she organized W.naM Society of
ridge, grandsons
The library will now be ableto by marriageand
Duckworth's car came to rest and moved to Florida as a child. the forces that created the Christian S naee of the First
select such documentsas three nephews! John Bell
Jt '..j J against the truck and that when public She was the daughter of the Evenglades National park. For Jr. Hetbotiist Own of Green
are most suitable to its George Hightower, and
r.:' a\$; tn backed his car away he ranover late Austin S. Mann a Florida nearly 30 years she was chairman Norman Cove, will meet at 7 o'clock

U, a ....:-.'. ,-.... .,'." the two men. needs.600 such There libraries are approximately the- staate senator. Htr father played and later (honorary chairman : at Evergreen Rogers.Cemetery.Interment was Tuesday in the hus Wz edoeatkmal -
)::3. Berber is survived by over an important role in the of the Committee on bonding. The Westran
1 nation.In .
1--o i infant Jiughtera: Mary Hayes-Tilden Presidential con Roadside Beautification for the Service GaBd will MITe a sop!

plh"b.f !.j I"Tit, :3 years old; and Rdbecca: making the designation, test. When the national elec- Florida State Chamber of Cori- TIGHTEN YOUR SEATBELTS per from 8 until 8 e'efeek. Following -

Gal, 2, both of the !wme. In Mr. Matthews expressed the tion hung on the Florida vote, merce. PLEASE! the sapper there will bea

addition to her parents, other hope that it would contribute Senator Mann took most of therte She was also vicepresidentcf I pledge ..-rice.

survivors are a brother, James .:io: tie ccertuuung: growth; and senators to Georgia on the the Neticnal Federation of An Ocala man walked. pin.scathed I

F Tyre, Jr., a student in Green progress of the colege: whichhe theory that the legislature could Women's Clubs and later an from >his demofeted!

Cove Junior High School. said is doir
Services are to be conducted:: : meet the educational needs of ever, it was ruled that a quorumof May Mann Jennings Park,. near turned over five times on MEET OP SATURDAYTwo

by tile Rev. Gene McCullough" Clay, St. Johns and Putnam both houses of the legislaturecould Evergreen Cemetery, was nam- Blanding Boulevard a p pro x i- Green Cove Little

pastor of the First Baptist courtTeo.Mr.! act withot a quorum of ed in her honor several years mateJy half a mile south of League teams wall meet two

Garth of Orange Park. Matthews paid tribute to Lie senate and the question State Road 16. Orange Park teaams at 6:80

Honorary pallbearers were Dr. B. D. Tilley St. Johns president moved into the United States ago.In 1962 :Mrs. Jennings was Ruben Noriega said the seat- o'clockSaturday: erezucgt

listed as Walter Odum, Frank "for the splendid leadership Supreme Court ''Which ruled in recognized for her work in these belt he was wearing saved his the Green Cove Little

Brown, Louis L. Huntley, W. and service he is render- favor of Senator Hayes.As matters of state park and road- League field.

The '''photograph above was taken in Green Cove late in H. Hu&iley, Jimmy Miller, Paul ing." a daughter of a legislatorn side beautification by the claming life.Noriega, a driver for Body The two Greea Cove i

December after THE CRESCENT ran a picture of the eye- Boyd and Ralph Silcox. Tallahassee! she met and of a 5-story girls dormitoryat Panel Supply Co., of Jacksonville teams which will their

sore next to it. Following publication of the original picture, Pallbearers /were listed as married William Sherman Jen- the University of Florida in ,. said one of his rear tires Orange Park counterparts

the eye-sore wag torn down (see lumber lying in foreground). Garland Hughes, Jesse Hughes, DEMOLAY TALK TUESDAY nings .who was then serving in her honor. Her son Mr. S. blew and his car was catapulted are the Ccca-Ooia and tile

Since then, the owners of the remaining house have renoat- onald Hughes, Stafford Johns, There will be an OPEN De- the legislature. Mr. Jennings Bryan Jennings of Middlebofg into a quintuple spin that Cities Settee teams.A .

ed painted and spruced up. A down-at-the-heel house has Danny Nelson and Ben Green. Molay Degree and Flower was named Govenor in 1899 in participated in this ceremony. completely wrecked the car and large turn-out B asked

been transformed into an Attractive one. We coagratulate the Burial will be in Peoria Talk Tuesday lay 7 1963, at the last Florida gubernatorial She -is survived by her s nand strew a glue-like plastic filler. by Little League officials.LIBRARY .

owners. cemetery. 8:30 pan in the Masonic Lodge. contest decided by a convention. by three grandchildren; all over the highway. ;


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Stay( (Eountij Orescent! totl) kher Water Skiers

"1 hold the maxim no less applicable to public ANNIVERSARYCELEBRATION
With the Green Cove Naval base saved from salvage, it
_ than to private affairs, that honesty is always the
would be well if we asked ourselves at this time what we in
best policy."
WASHINGTON Clay County can do to facilitate the State's efforts to bring

l ipayrolls into ,the County.Let .

no one +think that Governor Brant or 'Wendall Jar-

An Open Letter To Senator Sniat ers rani, the chairman of the Florida Development Commission,

can do it alone. They can only suggest to individual companiesthat

My Dear Senator: there exist within Clay County facilities which might fit
I read in the Jacksonville Times-Union on Sunday of your
the production needs of these companies. Suppose, then, the
embarrassment at having pulled a grammatical blooper in a
companies do not like what they seer they the ,
Tecent bi-weekly report to your constituents.I Suppose say r.

find it forgivable that you wrote that Charles Fulton's City is, in parts, shabby; suppose ,they say :that the boatingand Thurs. Fri. Sat.

nomination to the federal bench was recommended by "Senator docking facilities in Green Cove are inferior to those in &II -

Holland and I." You've been buddying around too much with anyone of a hundred other towns in Florida; suppose they say

that Kennedy boy. the electric rates; .are too high; or that City officials w Zl't

If you don't; recall the incident, you may take some solaceIn cooperate with them?
knowing that the President, a graduate: of Harvard and a
lost of his First of all, it seems to me, it would be an act of vision anda Huge Smith, unofficial
irrevocably one
doctor of laws by its dispensation,
pronouns too. :testament of good faith if the Green Cove city commission champion of Gay County wa Bring The Whole Family And

After his election and prior to his inauguration stepped fonwird and pledged its most enthusiastic support to ter-skiers, tries out his ski
black Creek, behind a
Mr. Kennedy came to Florida. Wihile he was down here, hemet any effort on the part on the Development Commission to bringin
boat moving; a: ;.;5 mph.
with Vice President Nixon whom he had so ,narrowly de- payrolls. A meeting of the Commission to determine its Dine While You Shop
the two men emerged>
feated. When !the meeting was over
1 course is slated for next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
from their conference to face a battery of TV cameramen, newspaper
( :reporters, etc. Beyond that, there are many small things the City can

4 The President-elect edged up to a television microphone. do; many the citizens can do, to make Green Cove a more at-
"Speaking for the Vice Presidnt and I." he began. tractive place. When I say this, I mean
"Ouch," I .said to myself, witnessing this public and utterly with a sense of urgency and enthusiasm.
.indecent interment of the King's English. I quaked at the
I uncertain prospect of another one in the White House who I believe that the city commission should empower the mayorof

would wage unceasing 'warfare on the English language the city to deal with any industrial prospects sent in here( :! by

_ and never win a foray. toht Florida Develpoment Commission. That, I submit: is the 5c
Where was this boy, I wondered, and what as he up to mayor's job and he ought to do it.

during all those years he was a student at Harvard. And hen Clay County has been blessed by more than one meeter-and- _. .
I realized that this was a part of the Harvard idiom, a concept -
greeter wfhose! manner has been more like that of Jack The
_ of being that has 'been spread abroad for a century, so Giant Killer who. if my memory serves me, was fond of usingto
incontrovertible it :had!. become, in Cambridge anyway, a sort of .
phrase: "Fee, fie, fo, fum, I smell the blood of an indus-
gospel. trial prospect." This manifest attitude is calculated. to make FLORIDA GRADE "A"FRYERS
Take it from I, Senator, I am only disappointed that you, almost anyone take to the tall timbers.If : .
of all should have been taken in by these Yankee blanI -
I one is an editor, it's right to have bad manners. People
dishments. have come to expect it since the memory of man runneth not

Sincerely DUNCAN, GRO ER.I to the contrary.: However, for those engaged in, the 'business.:: Scott Smith, his son, is a
of industrial. courtship, a modicum of good manners and an chip off the old block. -
engaging willingness to listen come in handy not always,
but most of
Speaking To UsThe Beyond that, I feel that one of the real stumbling Uc'-vs

r we face now is the electric light irate prevalent within t..e 1
recent addness of Dr. Edward Grant before the general City of Green Cove. I fully ur.derstand that the rates are 23 112C
assembly of the Southern Presbyterian Church must have high because it is largely on the basis of the profits it Iir.akes
special meaning to the people of Clay County at this moment. in the sale of electric power that the City is able to cperate. LB. Whole)

Dr. Grant, a Louisiana chemical manufacturer. said, in And yet we nave the lines of Clay Electric Coop .right at our t

I j substance; that the south is changing fast that changesare backdoor. I

being irrevocably wrought by newcomers and that Surely some system of real estate' taxation can be worked .
"there .is no way back to 'the thought patterns of yesterday." out .In the near future which* would take the burden off industrial SMOKED: BY-TIIE-PIECE

I 'Vein Clay County now face these same changes. As users and, at the same time, put no greater burdenon
newcomers' ) move into the County, it will be up to our peopleto ,private consumers. What! I am saying is that as a 51."Ileinst.a.n.ce :
receive them graciously, to listen to how THEY do things .
of arithmetic, The Crescent's electric light bill runs
and to forebear, somehow, telling them they're wrongthat tJ.- more tJ.a.n500. annually. If the electric slight bill were re- Bacon

only way to do anything is the way we have been doing it since duced to $100 annually, The Crescent would not be out-of- S _

time began. poctket if it paid $4 00 in taxes to support the: city government "_ _* y

I think further that the removal of' the remaining parklrg J

meters. in Green Cove would be good for everyone. It would '
Mrs. W. S. Jennings help merchants; it would make t ie city a more hospitable: placeto M 'T' 29c

visitors and newcomers. According to acting City ManagerBen John Groner requires two

Mrs. May Austin Mann Jennings, the widow of Govenor Zellner the revenues from these parking meters is very skis for beginners.Think -
William. Sherman Jennings and the mother of S. Bryan Jennings small. : -
died last week the day :before her <-
of Middleburgho At the risk of being charged with going from the sublimeto
:ninety-first birthday, would have been an ornament in any "the" ridiculous: I think two other small things that could ba< On KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP

society anywhere.Her : done to make Green Cove a more attractive place would be
entire adult life was almost literally spent in mak- for the police to begin enforcing the city ordnance against
ing Florida a more ..beautiful 'state. It is said of her that, in These
dogs that make themselves" public nuisances. There must be< ThingsBy
recent years sshe approached a high state official and told 100 or more dogs in Green Cove whose owners do not regard Salad Dressing
him she wanted trash cans put on some of the highways to frus- them as good enough to be taken into the 'house at night. The
official went to friend of his.
state a
trate litterbugs. The a -esult of this is that night after night after the city Is filled with The Rev. E. S. Summersill
close friend of Mrs. Jennings, and asked what he should do."You'd ,
of of insomniac In
unsynchronous barking a pack dogs. somewhat -
better do it," was the reply, "or get: used to hav- Pastor I
believe officials could
the same category, I that city get Black Creek Church
ing :Mrs. Jennings pursue you until you make up your mindto together with officials of the Atlantic Coast Line, explain to
do it." Needless to say, it was done and it has by today, them that Green Cove is deeply grateful for the rail service we One can never know whether: I 29c .

become a widely accepted notion among Florida motorists that have here but, for the love of Pete, is it necessary for a or not a recipe, or the prepara-j Qt. Jar
they need not dispose. of their t."ashin" the air wthile' their car lonely engineer to toot his wfaisUe for an ''hour or more when :Lion thereof, is good unless he
.races down a road which does not appear to have a State trooper tastes or trya the finished pro-
his train .tS sittirg on the tracks? I
in sight duet It seems to me that, upon MILK-MAID
In May, 1902 when the American flag was hauled down finding. tihe recipe and preparation
over Morro Castle in Havana Harbour, signaling the end of is good, both the 'recipientand

the American occupation of that island it was to Mrs. Jennings By W. L. STENSGAABD sons in three years, will be the the one that- prescribed i it
as the wife of the Governor of Florida that the flag was given. Executive Director landmark of the Florida site. The should make full use of the Ice Milk
It is to be regretted that she did not live to see l&e reoccupation Florida World's Fair Authority I tower will project 110 feet into finished product. What is good

of that same island. In the[ air and a giant orange, about for one or two, would be good
"Showmanship selling
pays 18 feet In diameter will be at
But her vital work will go on. off is an old saying which has for others and should be shared.
the top. The triangular shaped
been proven in Florida. tower will be illuminated, and On ristmas 1963, I received -
When people come to Florida "FLORIDA" will be spelled out a wonderful adage. I trea-
REAL ESTATE they see and enjoy the things in large letters on each side. Construction sure this as one of the :greatest 79c
they have heard and read about will begin soon and the prescriptions to man; other than GaL
_ That's why 4.500 families a month tower will be completed by early God's plan of salvation. Therecipe
and many industries move to fall.
has been proved, and is
Florida making it the second
fastest growing state in the na-I I Other beautiful circular exhibit recommended to all who will FRUIT COLACanada
tion. buildings will appear to float on prepare it, and eat it them
the waters of the lake and will
INSURANCE APPRAISALSFrank But what about the millions selves.
be connected by a 'Bridge to the
II who have not seen Florida? Theyare Keys" running from the porpoise The adage was written as .
t our new customers and citi- stadium to the homes area. follows:
zens. They must be told and sold As the birthday of Jesus Dry .
in a tough market. We are faced In the homes area visitors may .
: approaches, we are going
with a continuous selling job. inspect a modem Florida type I .
retirement home completely furnished to bake a cake and hope that
;: W. Brownand That is why the New York
to show how comfortable you will too. The following iso
World's Fair in 1964-65 affords a
I I Dying can be. r recipe:
Associates great opportunity for Florida be-
cause 70 million people will go to The glittering gem will be a A cup of huribleness.! A cup : lie
1 1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone CO 4-9504 Orange Park see and learn at the greatest entertainment leisure living home with patio and of 1M!'kfulness. A cup of love Qt.
_i II and educational showin I pool beautiful colorful and ex- A cu of forgiveressA
history. I pensive. It will be furnished in cup of faith
PUBLISHED EVERY: THURSDAY the[ most modern of appointmentsand
IP of than three
an area more I As you stir the: irgredients
win be the background CARTON (SIX PACK)
.q BYCRESCENT acres on Meadow Lake. Florida together, thank. God for all the
against which Florida fashions
least 18 million
will at
present to
will be blessings: you have received this
PRESS, INC. persons one of the greatest and displayed In continuous I
Green Cove Springs. Florida most competitive attractions for showing. year.
fc Phone 284316SNATIONAL 180 days in both 1964 and 1965 AH of this will be seen in the : As you pour it in the Coca Cola29c
(mid-April to mid-October each foliage that is so tropical. so typical I I sk God to forgive all the pan'l
)-ear.) of Florida. The Florida Chapter takes ou have made

I h. EDITORIAL Never before at any world's of the American Society of As you place the pan in your
a fair has the public seen a Florida Landscape Architects Is assistingin heart, promise God you will
l! .2: : live porpoise show but the public the design and planning of the strive to draw closer to him
will for the first time :at the site so that visitors to the area in the coming year.
New York World's Fair see such will walk through three acres of
As the cake begins to cook,
EDITOR ............................................................ Duncan Groner a show. A giant pool win and stadium.10 Florida transplanted to New York. te-H God you will do His will, .
COVE SOCIAL EDITOR ................ Elizabeth Groner seating 1,600, present More than a year ago. the not
GREEN shows daily.Our > yours.
MANAGER -................_...._ Elizabeth Groner Florida Council of 100 began to Take the that
ADVERTISING state also win have a large plan for the fair. Then the Florida new blessings
ASSISTANT DmECTOR OF ADVERTISING -.-. Gene Koza attractive air conditioned Exhibition -. World's Fair Authority. under trill pour out in the coming irmirjr
PHOTOGRAPHER ..........-..-...-..---......-.... Gene Koza Han with 25,000 square feet appointment by Governor Farris New Year and praise God.

PRESSMAN: .......-..........._-............-......-........-..- Gene Koza of space devoted to elaborate and Bryant, took over. Peace to you and yours -
STEROTYPER: ..._.......-..-....---....--....-...... Larry Groner interesting action exhibits telling By April 22. 1964. the opening Iii O T ES
about Florida education, Industry. date. millions of man hours will Let us look again at the ..
Entered Cove Springs.as aecond Florida Class Matter under the July Act IS. of 1962.March at the S.Post 1897.Office agriculture sports attractions have been devoted tc creating the recipe. I notice there is an equal -k t' tkW ?I

i Green 8* w.d Claaa p*.taxe paid at Gre Cve Sprite Fla.SUBSCRIPTION and tourism. greatest of all Florida snows. designed part of each ingedient, humbleness ORANGE. PARK FLORIDA
A citrus tower which probably to do the biggest sellingper thankfulness, love fo-
RATES win be seen by 700 million job In the state's fabulous history.
One Year-In advance -..---......-- ... .. .... $4 00 giveness, and faith.

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First Two Home Runs Social Notes Cities Service Little Leaguers Engagement Announced II

Mr.\ and Mrs. Thomas Anderson -
Mrs. Stacy Geiger is a pati-
{ r } ent in day Memorial Hositala Parfaam of Green Cove

r .sa results of injuries sustained Springs and Cocoa Beach an-

Mien she fell after being nounce the engagement of their

I It e&argred. by two dogs as she daughter, Rose Marie, to Tris-
t walged ty: a house; at West pf74f;
II w Bethea McCaU III.,
II I Spring and Pine Streets.Mr. tram son
of Mr.\ and Mrs. Tristram Bet

I .and Mrs.\ Frank P. Cowart hea McCall\ of Winter Park. s

t Y ",lave as guests, Mrs.\ J. W. Bur- .1 The bride-elect:: is a graduate:
leson, of San Diego.
I of Clay County High School,

D Qy St. Johns River Junior College, ..
Mrs. Duncan Groner is out J
c -k of town for several days. Dur- and recently received a B.A. in'eaientary
ing her absence: :Miss Bonnie education from the
( Dean Baker is filling in as Y i iA University of Florida. She is

Green Cove social reporter!
member of OmicronPi
a Alpha
t tf J sorority.Mr. .
tt f
tf t McOall\ graduated from

f Cqi County Winter Park Hikh ScSiool and

the University of Florida with
i f ServicemenDonald : a: B.S. in electrical engineering.He .

f will receive a M.S. in nuc-

Larson has left for of Florida in Deember. He is

J The two Koza brothers made the first tow home runs of Davisville, R. I., where :lie is lear engineering from the Univ- \ \

43>e new Little League season. Dicky pictured left, catcher for on duty with the Navy. He is Gretn Cove's Cities Service Little League team lines up for another season. Shown aboveare a member of Beta Theta Pi
bat at the bot- (scheduled togo to tJhe S uti: 1. to r., bottom row: Steve Cooley Mike Williams, Terry Kelley, Chris Morley, Donnie Wil- SALESponsored
J. P. Revels, managed by Tom Kelsey, got up to fraternity.The .
Pole next fall for duty there. lis and Dandall Pulliam bat boy. Center row, I. to r.: Vernon Willis, Danny Clark, Mike
tom of the fourth inning against Coca Cola, and at the first has been By
Pulliam, Ray Sapp and Gtiger. In the top row, I. to r.: Ed Faircloth, Virgil Mullls, Kevin wedding plan-
'pitched ballslammed the ball well over the center field fence, Morley Eddie Knowles, Charles Bailey and Rufus Tucker, manager. Mr. Tucker is also ned for August 10 in the First WARD'S CREEK
Thomas L. Adams airm'1.napprentice
I 4 making the first home run of the ,season. David pictured at UJS.N., son of Mr.I president of the Green Cove Little League. Baptist Church of Green Cove i COMMUNITY CIIURCII
for J. P. Hall managedby May 4, 8:00 a.m.
right, 8 old short stop, pitcher ,
All friends of the
and Mrs. E. Q. Adams, of Doctors :
Don Sohm, ..got up to bat in the bottom of the third inning Inlet is serving aboard the I ORANGE AVENUE BAPTIST OBSERVES ANNIVERSITYThe I MRS. ENGLISH HAS TWO couple are invited to attend. I VIA PATIO
Standard Oil and slammed a hard hit ball to right
against revival effort. Rev. Harrell I FAMILY DEATHS
attack aircrafat carrier U S S Orange Avtnue Baptist
field which resulted in the second home run of the season.FERNANDINA .
l ( Franklin. D. Roosevelt which' Church will observe its third anniversary Gushing, pastor of Itlhe Woodstock Death struck twice last wtek

:returned Mayport last week with an oldfashioned Baptist Church. Speaks at the family of Mrs. Palmer
KILLS PARKING METERSThe after spending seven months in' !basket lunch on Sunday May each night and in the worship English.
Fernandina Beach city I Tht association petitioned ttie: I the Mediterranean. The Roose- 5th following the morning warShip service on Sunday morning.(
commission last week ordered commission, to take out approximately velt is scheduled to be in Map service. All friends of the The services bean eacih! night I 1tI:r 5. English's step-mother, This Week's
the immediate -remmsil. of all 250 meters which the j port! until sometime after tlhe church are invited to join withus at 7:30 and tht .pastor, Jim Mc-! Mrs. Trudy Pettis, 68 yeans old, i
died after heart attack at
parking meters on a trial basis city operates because they are' (middle of this month to enable in this celebration. The anniversary Cullough, extends a cordial in- a
her home in Chiley, }lla., after
*i the request of <( BONUSBUYS
I hearing of the death of her son
ness.TOTAL leave. will bring to a climax a week ofFORMANCE remaining services of !the revival. '
earlier in the day. Eulice Hicks: if i:::
50 old, Mrs. English's
The reival music is directedby
step-brother+ had died earlierof
Mr. John HigJismith and the
PER heart attack at his home
: a
: three organized choirs of the In Ft. Mead.
church: will be presenting messages "
.. ... in during the ser Double services were held in
-- ------ song
r = yr f Jackson County, with bur i a]
t there.

:: MADS Funeral ALL services J. KNOWLES were held SPAGHETTI SATURDAYThe SUPPED | Plus Valuable Plaid Stamps j

.:' ': a'M April 21 for Marshall J. Know-
les in Hickory Grove Baptist Public is invited to a
Church. Hem! Funeral home spaghetti supper Saturday, May
was: in charge. Mr. Knowles died 4, at the Junior High cafeteria.The .
z.i Thursday, April 18. Senior High School parents, SUPER-RIGHT FRESIILY GROUNDBEEF

.. I Surviving are his widow, Ella,, sponsors for the super, will be-
.. 3' fi ? 2 daughters, Mrs.: Teresa Haddock ; gin serving. at 5:30 p.m. Ad-
Fernandina Beach, Mar- mis:on tickets of one dollar
: ..:w .v ; : a for adults and fifty cents for
n ;c >.: ella; a son Marshall, Jr.; his
parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. WilliamJ. children twelve and under are
:< .... Knowles, all of Green Cove being sold by the Clay high
:! c ,. Springs; 2 sisters, Mrs. Jacqueline students. Cash awards will be
Finney, Mrs.\ Geraldine given to those selling the most
m Moody, Denver, Colo.; 4 tickets.

'I -T:1: L .brothers, Clifford, Buddy 1.19

..iFORD :Green Cove Lamerence, Hastings CHURCH NOTICE 3 LBS.
and Kenneth, St. Augus


Phone 234-6711
E. Houston St. &
Mon. thru Fri. one show only N. Magnolia Ave
Box office opens 7:15 p.m.
Feature Begins 7:45 p.m.
Sat.-Sun, 2 p.m. continuous FLORIDA
Phone 284-6711
Services held Sundayat

Thurs. Fri. Sat. May 2,3,4, 11 a.m.

TARAS BULB A cordial invitation Is extendedto
Yule Brynner
attend our services.PENTECOSTAL .
Kent Taylor

Sun. Mon. Tues May 5,6,7, HOLINESS 17 OZ. 59c



is traditionally the nation's Number One police car. The Whatever your special demands and needs, the total performance Special have Invitation a

reason:Total Performance! Ford is the car most likely to satisfy you all the way Wed. Thnrs. :May 8, 9, to attend

When it comes to cars the police don't take..: chances. Put down the line.You can prove this for yourself. A CHILD IS WAITING Church and Sunday School

yourself in a State Trooper's shoes. Every day you must patrol First, look at Ford's astounding record in open competitionthis Training Burt Lancaster school for Sup retarded of

hundreds of miles in your cruiser.Mileage and time grind Intoa year in the grueling Daytona, Riverside and Atlanta 500's, children and Judy Gar-- Sunday School 9:45 a.m. FANCY GOLDEN YELLOW

man and his machine, but when the bell rings you've got to and in the demanding Pure Oil Performance Trials. Only a car land, music teacher attemptto Preaching 11:00 a.m.
be ready. Chase.. Turn. Comer. Quick stop. You've gc... to be with total performance could roll up so many impressive wins. develop new methods of Sunday Nite Serr. "7:00 p.m.

able to do it all if you're going to do your job. Second, before you buy any new car, test-drive the solid, training teaching to create Prayer Pastor M.Rev.Thurs.J. C-7:30 3Iajnor p.m. CORNi

Listen to a trooper list the reasons why he prefers a Ford silent Super Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one lately,you an atmosphere of a resident Phone EV 9- 83O
1 and you realize how difficult it is for any car to measure up can't really know what a new Ford is like. Make this important schooL

p to his standards. The car must be strong... it has to stand up discovery-if ifs built by Ford, it's built for performance .

to big mileage. It must be silent when you practically live total performance.
In a car a rattle can sound like a kettle drum. It must be swift solid silent

... powerful enough to catch any car on the road. It must be RHODEN'S' BARBERSHOPtakes 49c

sure...dependable even in the face of the unexpected.Strong. vol CgEXCABU 60 fARS THE ftODUCTSKCTCtCCXrAXY SN BGI Or SUPERR ROQUE@ld =

c Silent. Swift. Sure. A four-word outline of total performance.The please in announcing that Jimmy Dcel is again i

police demand it. That is why they choose the total associated with Rhoden's. Jimmy has, since he left us,

t a performance Ford. Why should you settle for anything less been rating the heads of half the admirals in the Navy

and all the millionaires in Jacksonville We cordially invite

_ J. REVELS FORD COMPANY you to test his skills. Prices In this ad are effective through Saturday May

\ RHODEN'S BARBERSHOP 4th. 115 N. Orange Ave., Green Cove Sprints, FU.TumtsnAT .

601 N. Orange Ave. Ph. 284-3023 Green Cove Springs Ph. 284-9779 CO 4-6511



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Plans are well under fort
gay group of Orange Park fry, and also hampered the return FIRST GRADE STUENTS HELD LAST FRIDAYA 1e Annual Orange Park Lions

Boat dub .members: made an trip of those who had gone The elementary schools in the t .R wide variety of hobbies Club Carnival, scbedukd for

overnight trip to Matanzas Inlet by boat. However, everyone en- north part of Clay County will a -r were displayed at the PTA Hobby May 11, beginning at S o'clock

last Saturday.On joyed the sun and exploring the hold .their pre-sehool registration Show :held last Frida at the in the afternoon, on the Lions
hand for this mainly social beach. Orange Park Elementary 1 I Club grounds.
occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. The Boat Club made plansat for students entering first School. This year7 rnval: promise' t

Jim Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Muriel their meeting last Thursday grade next fall on Tuesday, Among the child blue ribbon to be even bigger and better

Courley and son Ricky Mr. and for a possible trip up Black May 7, from 9 o'clock in the winners were: wood carving than the last one, says Harley

Mrs. Ed Lund, "Bad" Calkins, Creek on May 18. Members 'will morning to 1 in the afternoon Chuck Nichols; ,model cars, Broom, chairman of &e event'
Glenn, Wanda Howell, and I be notified if this becomes de- at the various schools. Eddie Schaefer; all plaques,
Commodore and Mrs. Glen finite. They also completed arrangements -
C.nger Elrod ceramics
Included in this early enrolment ( ; CathyWJlett.e
Gourley and son Edwin. Carol for taking Girl
F : (rock collection, Ray
plan are: Orange Park ;
1, Jean Card and Bill Tinsley join Scout Manner Ship No. 154 on
Smith snake kin DOG
Elementary, W. E. Cherry, Doc- ; Sally Bur-
ed them on Sunday. a boat trip to Fort George Inlet .
ton model !
tors Inlet Middleburg, and Clay ; antique oars, Jack
Wind and rough water made May 23.: Another overnighttrip
Hill schools. Parents ,shouM Deeds; sharks' teeth! Peter I
it' .impossible to carry out their I to Salt Run is planned for
register at the school their child '. x Quantius: ; flower: arrangement' RACINGNightly
'plans to catch some fish to June 8.NOWOPEN. e
J Terri -
will attend.In t Caojnacki; stamp oolle '

order to enroll in the first Lion, Tom Chrutunson; coin col-1 t ( except Sunday
j< 44 lection, Larry LaFollette and'
grade, a student; must have r inf
been born before January 1, f Beverly Delas; Victorian dolls,I Thru June 1))

1958. The parent need not bring i Jennie Berkson; modern doils,i,
MIDDLEBURG BARBER SHOP Jane and Brook Triplett American PLAY
(the child to enroll, but should ; -
Middleburff, Florida present the birth! certificate (Ilwy. 21 Across from Middleburgr School) proof of birth. If anyone is not same doll, Carolyn Fowler.

HAIRCUTS $1.00 able to come at the &stated time, Blue ribbon for top window I Ii i

FREE Lolliepops for the kiddies! he as asked to contact the box garden nt.to Jennie i
.school to for later Berfc'o'i; T a!=-tic an> nral' C:> rosT
arrange a
HOURS 9:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m. l Lion, Terri Tctten; horse lhC-1 TIME
appc'Kment.; ti { r t ::1
J. Hamilton Boulware, principal & tics, Sherry Greene; horse collection -
of Orange Park Elementary Devina Bow; dear collection -

School, explains that this ODUM OPENS LITTLE LEAGUE SEASON Cathy Anders; cat co- t.e nacE
early !'ection, Gwen Spar'!o; cow collection -
registration is asked
)' We Sell help the schools determine the to Mayor Walter G. Odum threw out the first ball at opening of Orange Park's Little Frances Spargo; pamt-

League season at the Orange Park Elementary school last Saturday. Shown above 1. to r., '..ngs Tana Ohristianson; .poster
number of
1 students to expect are: Wayne Griffin, catching for Clay Oil the winners, Richard Hughes who was first at bat cf microseopi collection, Jody

We Service V olkswagetts and needed the for'number the next of school teachers for Coca-Cola, and Mayor Odum. Dave Mart'n: sports announcer for the Jacksonville Suns, Richards; flower poster, Cathy Daily Double1st
year. served as master of ceremonies at the game.
Anders and Jackie Bowen: & 2nd Races
( horse; head drawing, Linda
COMPLETE CARD OF THANKSWe Stewart. j Quinielas Every Race

SPRING MOTORSGreen Orange Park SocialsMrs. wish to extend our sincere In the adult catekories, win-: FREE PARKING
SEPTIC TANK ner of ,Hue ribbon were: dirft-
r gratitude to our many
Cove Springs Phone 284-9209 J. Hamilton Boulwareof chological Association and the I wood, Lois Holland; paintrngv: ORANGE PARK
Grassfhopper: Lane has been Southeastern Psychological Association friends and relatives for their Caroline Dudley; and animal

f SERVICECleanouts in Lakeland at the bedside of in Miami Beach last kind expression of sympathy: skeletons! r. Joharaiers. Tigus. j KENNEL CLUB

1 her sister, Miss Ruth E. Day, weekend. for the many letters, cards and A most popular attraction. U. S. Highway 17 33
wfho is critically ill. flowers during our recent ber- "-as the pnnpet dhow! "Jack:
0 Repairs 'Mrs. Marvin Gurr of Kings- and the Beanstrtk," presented I South of Naval Air Station
eauement in the loss of our
COTNEY TIRE SERVICE Lt. Cmdr., and Mrs. H. M. le Ave. is recovering at home by Dr. and Mrs. Larry PinneojTvith I
e InstallationsORANGE loved one, J. A. (Sonny) YOUR Neighborhood
I Walker of Creighton Forest after surgery at St. Vincent's the assistance of Jennie
PARK Ed. have :been enjoying a visit Hospital. Adams.Mrs.: Berkson as .narrator.. Each p r-j Entertainment Center

'. 2646171GREEN from parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Adams:! 'crcrauce::: held a large audience,
Tire Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size Bland of Knoxville, Tenn. & Family. .f children speKx! >urd.
2843860STARKE Elaine Center, daughter of OVER ST. JOHNS
Dis. Miller Tires-Autoh'e Batteries
i Commander and Mrs. George The Orange Park Raiders, Now What Could Surprise Her More

9691952If Center of Elbow Rd, was ini- led by the shutout pitching of
Cor. Park and King Jacksonville, Fla. tiated last Friday into the AlpCja Buck Weaver and the timely ;
No Answer
; DciLta Pi Sorority at Florida bitting of their batsmen, tram- .. ', :

EV 9-3027: or' KV 4-0491 Call JacksonvilleSP Southern College in Lakeland.Mrs. pled the hapless St. JUhcis nine / ""fi
:-35Free S !
by a 13-0 score.
A. R. Wooldridge was Jerry McLaughlin led off the .
srxt4ut honored on Wednesday with a game with a line drive double !. ". '..i ; .:
surprise farwell luncheon at the over the right fielders head. { I It Iy
AM) IX ". @ home of Mrs. A. C. Boy ett on An error and a Jim Booth. single S.i
I .
Collins Rd. The surprise was
: gavae the Raiders an early 2-0
I made possible at the regular lead.
ORANGE PARK i iI Estimates monthly meeting of the Day In the third, Moms Weaver h

Circle of the Women of the slammed a double and .scored on j i
AMASON'SComplete Orange Park Presbyterian a Buck Weaver single. Another
ItI 1905; U.. S. Higlmn 17 Phone "0>-01:11: Church.r. I
I Booth hit and a sacrifice fly
I Septic Tank and Mrs. Donald Blair of
vy: Jack Boniface gave toe "-
r Service
West Holly Point Rd. have just Raiaders a 5-0 lead. .
*" ,*-"v' to New I --
-'n a
In tte fourth
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: attended
Dr. air
loia. ij
city. singled in one run and Boniface
I r _.'.-....: rca;: !:cw: at: Cjl-rabl; :::- brought, home two more with a
Where The Best Is Better Ii ::-.__ .,.._:"_'n :jf;ad-col S '!> ool 1, single to give the Raiders an

Ue Col'ectElectric ,.. _....: _.:ow Y. ,: 1 J.l: ,;o.ti: g easy 10-0 lead. n9
.":.. It I y
< I The Daodeis wrapped up the .
f. 4
I Ii QXLYu I I Lr. !''t.kt1ara: K. Da.-l..c i.; scoring in the fifth with three ,
t '"" THE and m P,- trM.7o! ; : :>l. and D .I more runs. McLaughlin ,singled J

t > ; Cb'ca: : M. p. gers were smoleg :Morris Weaver tripled" and}' i Y
BEST I Telephone I
") : :e mcjLber cf the YerJI\3l: :Buck scored Morris witfi a doa
i '111 YOUR: BillsHARDWARE P L_; .-r.*_ rie.J staff attending 9e i ble. Jim Booth then racked his

": ,/ UEEDS I .l.t>< 'T r,3 of *the Florida third hit of fee day a single,

IX to score Buek. .i.ifi
!... w TEE ,
FRIENDS OF In all, the Raiders had eevea

ELECTRICAL.. SUPPLIES PLUMBINGS LIfcRARY GROWING i singles three doubles and a Vyb {-
I?i !ing last ThcrstJay's open I triple for eleven hits. Tina

'i 1 It All From I'I'Glt -.:::-i:se ::.* tve ne-i Grange Park !gave tibe Raids three wins in

.i :'v r*:J:;\ <-f tie Clay County Pub- I the feat fear qmmf.
0,8, NAIL HABnvVARE\ :ii i T. ''--.y. m"Tirecider+s tookJv Orange Park s

.: :** zz; cf the opItcnr'y to 203: 3-1C 111 ,
1922 Hisi\ray' 17 Phone 264-6S31 Orange Park -JI .Cme ..:.rter- rrcaixcis c! treel1s i St. Johns

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I 4 .2 +'4 s I !' POPULATION

-. What effects on population
IT MAC a and payrolls the porciiase: of
S -a .. +n x n.,' the Green Cove Naval base wH
have on Clay County remains

I'VE GOT THREE ACES TOO!" I I I to be seen. r' vr ,. 1
A population economicstudy :
of the County five years

ago showed .that in the years -. 4
That is just as easy with a canasta deck as using c, 1954 .to 1!> government: employment -
.i was resonsible for a ..1

our drive-in. services. When your hair is pinned up or 50% .of the total personal !income

in Clay County. than a Personal Colorful
this convenient In this same etudy it was ,
you have the children to watch use
estimated that the population of

I day County in 1980 would be EXTENSION PHONE i r
service. 33, .00 as compared to the 1957 i
It I s}
population of 17,900. This was Pamper Mom with the year-round time and step-saver-an extension phone.

considering the retirement of Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot she'd like it most bedroom,
caval employees in tfoe area and
THE ,BANK OF a.RANGE.PARK. : : providing that there was no kitchen, Florida room patio. To order call your Telephone Company Busi-

_- change in Naval Base activity ness Office or ask any telephone serviceman. "Vi *

COMPlfTI CONfIDINtIAL-COUatEOUS II Jy T in the area. During ife peak Southern( & Bell '

1 a Naval and civilian personal at .
.' BANKING SERVICE tl the base exceeded 5,000. ry41fi frtwi 114it
P. 1 < 1

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:: 12 the Youth Mrs. Chuck (otty Christof- Does anyone know a young WELL IN SENIORUNIVERSITIES CAN BE USED SAFELY
On Monday May 6, the Community Sunday May man named Elmer Nix?

Church Women will hold Group of the Community fers) Newman has added an- Elmer is a sailor, working The conflict between "the

their .last evening meeting (until Church will be on Mother's other feather to her cap by aboard the tanker S.S. Pecos. A study of grades made by desire for a thoroughly salaeenironment"

:September) at 7:30 pan. into Day provide flowers for the laving.in one the of State her 'watercolorsKing The Pecos: is now "at sea, near students transferring to esnior and Ae immense
educational Elec- Church and flower tribute to Capital building "
buildng. a I Japan. of ,human
in Tallahassee. Her universities from St. Johns pressures needs andwants"
tion of officers will take iplacae eadh attending the Morning painting -
person Elmer is looking for the is examined
the I River Junior College was madeon in a new
at this time. New(members joining Service. They will also have depoists fair colorful midway I young lady with .whom he at- all work completed at he edition of the Du Pont Com-
the various circles will be the greater part of the Church Jean Mitchell a or a circus. Mrs. 4 tended the University of Floridavs. end of the first semester or pany'a booklet, "Chemicals' and
of Gainesville
honored and a candlelight serv-Ii Services Program.The likewise has ( the University of Mississippi \ -' trimester of the 1962-63 school Public Health poMMted this
in the
a painting
ice will serve to dedicate the of- Florida Christian Minis- football game eleven I year. Grade Point AveragesGPA week. The new booklet is a
Capital ::
building now. Mrs.
ficers and :members for the past I tery to Migrants urgontly need Mitchell\ years ago .in Gainesville. Elmer ( ) were calculataed on the .revision of tare 19&4 edition.
an ant instructor at I
year as wen as to prepare them I new station wagons. The United the University of Florida, is ( t."t'ink.sShe lives in Penny I basis of A-4, B-3, C-2, D-l. The need for chemistry meveryday
t for work in the new circles Church women of Florida are Farms.. living Is noted
There with
eapeially proud of one of her 1 were 28 students who
which will' be announced by I asking for 3,000 &stamp booksof pupils, :Mrs.: Newman. In a frantic search for 'his i transferred to Florida State emphasis that even dangerous

President Elect, Mrs. William. any ariety with which: to lost ... ., Elmer wrote an University. Their GPA at St. chemicals cn be used safely

Walz at the May 20 luncheon I purchase these. Donors may call Miss Paula Jean Wyman, airmail letter to "Any Newspaper -. Johns River Junior College was and with confidence when 'hand-

meeting. A soial hour will fellow -i Mrs. William Walz, 3-4513::, or daughter ofIr.:: and Mrs. Green Cove Springs." 2.58. while their GPA at Florida Jed with respect.

the candlelight service. send or brink to Community Whitney Wyman of Keystone Postmaster Richard Sapp pre- State University was 2.31. or The booklet dwcnbes the

President Warlz, the elected I Church Educational Building. Heights, will graduate ,from the sunably, pondered ,that one fora a drop of .27 letter grade. dilemma created by "man's
officers and appointed (by: Secretary Mrs. Helen Warrenis while and out of sheer loyaltyto awesome fertility on a plant
University of Florida on Satur- i Sixty-three students trans-
Pres.) circle c1 irie'n will be at the office each morning i : THE CRESENT, concludedhe'd ferred to the Universsity of Fla. with finite limits on ite ability

publicity installed at the Sun- from 9 till noon. J't one 3-4182. better dispatch .it over to to support any one species
day cf this week. t Their GPA at St. Johns River
day Worship ServiceprobablyMay Daily Vacation Bible Schoolat Walnut Street.If The human population has passed -
We are happy to that Mrs. Junior College was 2.69.hile
19. Two more Circles will the Community Church will Bert Ghristoffers, Sr., is feeling any young lady (now 11 their: GPA at the Unviersity of three billion and will prob-

be added for :next year. The be from June 24 .thru June 28. much better after ,her recent : LIi= years older and very probablythe Florida was 2.29 a drop of .40 ably double again within the

names of members in each cir- The picnic will be on ,the 28th, illness. mother of a 'howling' .brood) letter grade. next 35 years. This placessevere

cle will l be decided prior ,to :May: tire and 'place to be announced.As ) i in question is still in these demands on agricultural
seven students
20. r :parts we would like to know production and the) nation's resources. -
has been the custom during transferred to private univer-
( On May 10, at 6:30, community June, July and August, Sunday ESTRELLITA CLUB LOUIS HUNTLEY & MRS. WILSON I where, she fits into Elmer's life, sities achieved a GPA at St. ,' Between the limited
church members and SPONSORS CHICKEN :lo, these eleven years later. providence of nature and vast
Services will be at 10:00 DINNE Wle 6, and a Fall tour ,in Oct The, text of Elmer's letter Johns River Junior College of I human needs
friends will enjoy family MAY 4 : technology brid-
cov- B.m.ST. I 2.15. while they attained a 2.39
ered dish dinner. and members The Estrellita Club is sponsoring ober.About "I don know the name of GPA In the private ges the gap by greatly increasing -
thirty ladies were -
pres- I the newspaper, therefore I cannot human productivity.
provide acconJirg- to the numberin a fried chicken dinner
universities, a gain of .24 letter
i Keystone Heights ladies
their: r.i3ies. Circles III, WILLIAMS ANNOUNCES which includes home-made dessert I send you a check. Please grade. Chemistry transforms raw

+ IV, and V, under Mrs. Walter NEW HOUR FOR SERVICES on May 4, Saturday, from hostess. The next meet- pubish the following ad and materials into sophisticated
( / will be in Green Cove Spr- According to Dr. B. R. Tilley
Crolick, Mrs. Frank Stitchberry 5:30: till 7:00m.. Adult tickets. I send me the bill. materials vrfweh man can use,
Mass: on Sunday, May 5 will I President of St. Johns River
Will the with whom .he .booYlet:
lady I I continues.
and Mrs. Bertha Jones, will will be $1.25; Children, 65c. Without
be at 8:30 a.m., and will be at Junior College these data are
perform kitchen and dining- President and Chairman, Mrs. attended the University of Fla. tJ.3: century's improvements. ia

room chores. Mrs. Frank Ilgen, 8:30 a.m. every :Sunda, there- Estha Stringer announces that FATAL TO and Miss football! game.an Gain- in agreement with previous 'agricultural I techniques ind'ud-:

Program Cha.irma.n.'OOs arranged after, until November. the "cihefs" will be Carl Stringer VY WIFE esville eleven years ago please studies which show that junior ,ing a wide spectrum of farm

for the speaker, Who will be Coffee and doughnuts will be and J. Azzie Williams. Assisting Mrs. Mary Ann Joiner 34 write me to the address on en- college transfer students usually chemicals, it would rep>:ire 26

the Rev. Thomas Bennett Maur. served every Sunday morning her in the kitchen will I old, died on Friday at the elope she is in some way con- experience a slight decrease In million farm hands and an additional -

er, :representative of :the National after Mass at 9:30 a-on. be Mrs :Margaritta: Schroeder, i hospital. as a result of in- nected with penney farms. grade point average during i $15 billion: ,to match
Council of Community The Catholic Club will holda Mrs. Irene Williams, and :Mrs.: received when she dived The ship is rolling as she has their first: session They usually the be- the production of seven million -

Chiurdhes. covered dish supper on :Monday : Marie Crosby. Mrs. Lillian En- a boat dock into Doctors In- been for days sincerely hope at larage people today.
come adjusted to the situation
May 6. Everyone in the nis will be in charge' of the : t last week and broke her you can read this.' and make grades equal to or

parish is invited. Bring your dining .room and will be as- : I remain better than
the native univer- JUST OPENED
WILDA T. RUSSELLJtST family and your faorite dish. sisted by :Mrs.: Dorothy Koons, According' to Henry Lutins. Respectfully! yours, sity students. Apparently the

Rolls and butter, silver sugar Mrs. Ruby Tyre, and Mrs. Lyn- Joiner's landlord, she dived Elmer NixS. students transferring from St. Russell ElectricHouse
and coffee and nie Schreeder. At the Coffee three and a half feet of S. Pecos
cream, napkins Johns River Junior College to
dishes'f\viJJl.be :furnished. A short will be :Mrs.: Mattie Lee Kings- trying to get onto a rub :Mat&Iason: ; Tankers private colleges and universitiesin Wiring RepairsFor

business meeting will follow. burg. In charge of ticketsare raft put there by (her 14- Public Ledger Bkig.. ',1.-< 2 State experience little All Household
old son, Danny. She miss. Philadelphia, Perma. Appliances
Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder
I On Mothers ay, May 12, diiriculty in environment oracadcaic
the raft and broke her (back.
i children will make their First and Mrs. Sara McDonald; posters : adjustment, since CALL ME
Communion in Keystone at St. : :Mrs.: Vera Ownbey; and Mrs. Joiner and her two YOUTH CONSULTANT students in this category made 284 9J81

William's, and at St. Edward's, publicity, Mrs. Helen Egan. Un- were swimming with ASSIGNED TO THIS AREA ot;: :: erodes at toe private institutions I'LL WIRE YOU
named assistants will do K.P., large group of people, accord.
at Starke. Samuel Lubin, a veteran of than at junior col- SOO Orange Ave. N. GCS;
to Mr. Lu.tins. Following
duty on Saturday morning and
a The Altar Society will install more than c0 years ,in the I lege.
accident the summoned
thus, the well-named "working was
their new officers after :Masson : social service field, will serve -- -
he realized that the
stars" will again unite 100%
May 19, which is Communion as regional youth consultant of
back brcken.
for the benefit of the Masonic was
Sunday. All the ladies in the Buildink Fund. II potential"J Her death on Friday follow- the U. S. Department of Laborin :ear programs of

Parish will be- invited for coffee the fatal accident by five this area. His office is loca-
The May 8 business meetingof
: OPENEDWe and doughnuts to witness the Estrellsta Club wHl beat I ted at 1371 Peachtree Street, FIXE:
and in addition to the State of
t':ie installation.
2:00 at the :Masonic: She leaves her husband,; -
Georgia, his services will extendto
SeH'em You Buy'emHomes
Anyone having something fort Hall. D. Joiner,
Acrage Rentals e White Elephant Thrift Shep I a s stationed on theY est Mississippi, Alabama South S.tCRDMUSIO:
Carolina, Florida and Tennessee.
'n Melrose is requested to cal i t at the time of the ac- -
Mrs. Lu Nelson! at 3-2760. You FLORIDA GETTING MORE and another child,
284 94S1 Mr. Lubin has bed exteneive
may sell it on consignment, of NEWCOMERS y Lou, 16. The body was
experience in the fields of edu-
800 Orange Ave. N. GCS give it outright. Furniture is Florida has been attractingan on Sunday night to' DAILY
.a-taion work and
youth com-
'ivays'' in demand. increasing proportion of new Neb., for burial.
residents from states outside munity organization. AfterWorld

the south in recent years, the War n, he served with ... ON
Florida State Chamber of Com- I I BILLION IN TAXES the UNRRA program in Germ I
He is former resi-
.ry. a
merce said yesterday in its Floridians paid a total tax
Weekly Business Review. of $3,060,576,000 to federal dent"of Atlanta and served for I

"Florida residents born in the and local governments 5 years as rej,onal consultantfor WAYR-550

northeastern north central and the fiscal year ending two national health and

wctciit! 'itet.? '; utnumber This tax bite show-I welfare agencies. Recently he

those born in southern states a 38 per cent gain organized and directed a com-

(not including Florida) for the and was 7 per cent more prehensive program of social

first time by the 1960 census I in 1961.Making I services in Orlando Florida.

count", the report pointed out. up last year's total The Department's new representative -

[ "Floridians born in southern' I $1.782,073,000 in federal was born in Washington r A PERSON WHO APPEARS

states totaled 1,275,735 and a xes collected and '1 dden' D. C* received Schoolof
and PLEASE Service and
l srs-. those from other states, 1,442- taxes, up 32 per cent
has done graduate work at HAVE A STIFF NECK!
fool with :make people 230. Native Floridians num- five years; state taxes of

bered 1783039. 8OOO. up 34 per cent; Maryland University. I
ZY1atche sZ more careful taxes amounting t 0 I


municipal taxes totaling t tI WINS SOFTBALL GAME .

BLIND! I a gain of 69 per Well, you didn't expect the i

Union Bag-Camp C.o I in the five years. I Lions Club ton dW you? !

t .Yes, 'the Junior Women's Club

won t:.eir softball grae overt 0

e Lions Club on Friday evening -

Paper Corp."Let t c y- w; w April 26, the wore being

t 1IMJ. Aral the unioN only got,

:, three strikes this year, too!

Best looking Monies on the I (

field were Barry Wyman, Leon

Ridaught, and Bill Reynolds! Yo1

The Juniors thank them for

"Let the Rest of the A When you drive over an playing on their team.

World Go obscured railroad crossing too ( Bill Young the lucky win-
ct:1: fad to allow to instant Wwe.A
t you ner of the transistor radio, o
I tI i ly if a train approaches. I l, e- framed his ticket, as this was

tie first winning: ticket he ever

Recreation plots near the swimming hole Murrhee ROUGH & READY Boys' Sizes 6-12 at $%.98 held!

Famous SHRINKING Jeans to fit waist 27-37 Many thanks to everyone
( $675.00 up if you and the kids aren't Insurance Agency at $3.98 & $4.29 wOO patronized the game. Formality has no place In our bank. Come *a you

too lazy to walk a couple blocks. The Junior woman's Club also are and take advantage of oar "department store

\ CARRY WEEK END SPECIAL thanks 3Irs. Mildred Button of services.
ADEQUATE their sponsor who baked cupcakes
See Us for your Real Estate Needs INSURANCE 2 Pr. Boys Cotton Pants for the price of and made them into little
one were $3.59 ea. sizes 6-12 caster baskets for "their"

S. E. McKAY Liner and Son 36 girls at Sonland Training I I
SchooL These, alaong with other -
easier goodies, were taken to
Sonland on Easter Sunday by
j Keystone Heights Phone 473.4516.l Phone 473-4786
Highway 17, Orange Park Kitty McGlave, and Barbara
Keystone Heights




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I Middleburg Notes ; Queen Of The KitchenSpring Middleburg Homecoming I ClaYR./ Hill! News Notes B

is here for all to share
The flowers and weather fair. '
Phone BU 2-5348 Queen of kitchen work and pray, *' 1.--, :., if f Quincy Godwin and wife, folks" live! Come again Bro.

The Not So New Shop of the of Mr." and Mrs. Adsel Motesin Preparing food every day. : I who live in Lake City came to George, we may find a few
: bites of some kind of food to
Volunteer Fire Department is Salts Springs.Pat This lady is Mrs. Eva Green l4t the Highland church Sunday
.. !
offer you again
and Saturday.It
open on Friday morning and visited with Quincy's -
Queen of the kitchen she's every thing.
is progressing nicely, but Saint is 'home after !being .
at Baptist Hospital Teachers and children watch her face sister and brother-in-law, who
needs donations very badly. hospitalized Joseph (Man) Griffis
in Jacksonville.Mr. As she serves them with charm aand grace. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Knight fora has been on the sick list for

Newton's Fish. Camp is now Mrs. Green has one helper by her side few minutes Sunday morn- sometime was able to be with us

open under the new management and Mrs. L. C. Canova I The lady with the smile. ing as they were passing again church services Sunday

of Mr. and Mrs. Morris spent Thursday evening at the Baking and serving every meaal. through visiting other relatives night. Of course his wife was
Wright. Mrs. Wright is ser- Orange Park Library open with him. We had several other
ving delicious meals. house. Understanding hungry children's need. in different parts of the coun- members and visitors with us

While our Queen over every thing __ 1 try. Quincy looks the same as whohaven't been with us for a-

The Middleburg Chain Saw Mrs. Pearl Chesser and Mrs. Keeps place clean as flowers of Spring. he did several years ago whenwe while. All are welcome and are

Shop is now open every day.It Bobbie Smart spent last weekin Helper Mrs. Ronnie Lane bakes the cakes. saw him last, is still a Godwin invited back again.

is owned and operated by Daytona Beadh, visiting Mrs. Mrs. Lane is never late. hasn't lost any weight, does

Calvin Oliver. Betty Thomson. not look any older; well, he is The Vacation Bible School
Mrs. Ellen Thomas, Custodian of Middleburg school. the same old Quincy! Come
Clinic was held at Cedar Creek
Recent guests of Mr. and ..ik and visit again, but !stay longerthe
WILLIAM STARLING Monday. April 22. from 9:30
Mrs. Herman Vos were Mr. and next time!
I Funeral services were held until 2:30. These clinics are
Mis. Bwald and Mrs. Myrtle\ Farms
:Monday: afternoon at Black Penney very educational and a great
Kelsing of Wisconsin. Pond Baptist Church for Mr. One day last week this cook- help to all. especially all who

writer (?) was in the kitchen.. do this kind of work or any
Mrs.\ Eliza McDonald is home William Starling, a life long The Methodist Church of :Middle : iiest recording of his preathing -
resident of Clay County. He M very busy cooking when she work of teaching in the reli-
He & is on July 26, 1828.
after being hospitalized at St. at burg, the County's oldest. heard someone knocking at the gious catagory.
died last morning
Vincent Hospital in Jackson- Green Cove Springs. Rev. J.E. .'I church, will celebrate the 140th The early hstory of :Middle-: front door. She made a mad I I May 20. 7:00 pjn. the Assoc-
ville. Recent guests of the Rev. ting at the home of :Mr. and burg centered about two 1 plantation dash for the front part of the ational Sunday School meeting
of its establishmentat
Newton was in charge of ser- I and Mrs. A. G. Hempstead have Mrs. W. H. "oodring.Mr. anniversary owners, Josiah Budingtonand house but as the kitchen is All
will be at Highland. are
O. B. Green is hospitalized at !vices assisted by Rev. James been Miss\ Annttte Matthews of its annual homecoming at George :M.: Bran.nir.g.r.:: one of these old fashioned ones I welcome to this meeting.
S. Sum-
and Rev. E.
Clay Memorial Hospital. Branch Bangor, Maine; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. David Stout of 11 o'clock Sunday morning. The Budington was a sea captain.' which is built "a fer piece" from
mersill. Helm Funeral home
Gerald Bean; of Livermore Carey, Ohio, were 'recent visitors Rev. Thomas Gtyer, pastor, will They pooled their slaves and the house, she had a good long
Mrs.. Pearl Ghesser and Mrs. was in charge of the arrange- Falls, Maine; and Mrs. A. W. of Mrs.\ W. R. Shisler.Dr. deliver the sermon. :Music: willie resourses :to provide a place toworship dash to make to get to the door. The Highland Baptist Church

Bobbie Smart spent last. weekin ments. Interrment was an King- Sproul of Gainesville, Florida. I under the direction of the for the fledgling corn- By the time she got to the living will have a baptismal service
sley Lakt Cemetery.Mr. for all of the canidates of this
Daytona Beadh visiting- Mrs. Rev. Thomas Geyer. Followingthe unity. room the front door opened

Betty Thomason Starling was a retired' Mr. George L. Imbrie visited i and Mrs. M. C. Elmer of services, a basket picnic. din- To build the church, native and the Rev. George Chism anda church May 12 at 3: pjn.
farmer and an active member There are sacral candidates in
his grandmother, Mrs. C. K.. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, were ner will be sprtad under the lumber was brought from neigh strange man walked in. Our
Mr.\ and Mrs. Sonny Brinsonspent and Deacon of Black Pond Bap- Imbrie, for the ,ten days of his guests of his sister Mrs. W. R. trees around the churdh. boring forests. Nails were for- better half was on the waiting at the present time.

Monday and Tuesday in tist Church. spring vacation from Deerfield Shisler, on Sunday* and :Monday Prior to the building of the ged from common smith of the had been asleep couch-I Three were added to this list
He is survived by his widow,? 'of last week. Sunday evening. The Lord is
Orlando on business. Academy Massachusetts. He is church, the early settlers of two plantations. The pews -wSiidh just getting up and -wantedto
:Mrs.: Mary Starlings of Middle- blessing us wonderfully by
a freshman in this college pre- Middleburg held services in are of mahogany are put to- know what was wrong. The
burk three dauaghters' Mrs. bringing our young people into
M\ r s. ShMey Maxisand o f paratory school. George's father Mrs.: SCierman At well of their homes. Later they wtre gether with wooden pegs, and strange man proved to be Mr.
Everett of Green Cove His Fold. May He continue to
New York City spent Monday Ruby and mother and two sisters are Brookline, Massachusetts! has held in a Schoolhouse that stood are hand drawn, as ae the clap- Stalders, photographer and '
Mrs. Minnit Lee Tag- out His blessings upon us
afternoon visiting Mrs.\ Blanche Springs, living in England for a few been a guest of her mother neaer the present church. boarads. writer from the Jacksonville pour
of Middleburg and Mrs. I by bringing in the older ones
Boree and children. gart years! so George and Ibis brother Mrs. Charles Vermilya.Mr. Among the church's early Time has brought only one alternation Times Union wanting to get
Louvinia Starling of Green Cove as well as our Juniors and In-
William, who is a sophmore at mtmbers were Bud i n g ton s, of the interior. Choir Jim, take him to Lawtey and termediates.The .
Recent guests of Mr.\ and Springs; four sons, Richard Prevatts Taratuses has been added in have his picture made with
Dennis and William Hamilton College, will be goingto and Mrs. Park W. Allenof Brannings, !Seatng; ; accordance -
Mrs. Monris\ Wright were :Mr.: England for the summer. Westfield Chatters. Bardins and Mont with the customs: of to- another good looking woman.
Middle- Massachusetts
of ,
and Mrs. Hurley C. Manning\ ,', Harvey Starling both Mrs. C. K. Imbrie will be visi- their way north: from Mt. Dora on] Mullens. day. The wide enter is in keep- Mrs. Easter Wilkinson. Of time of the services at
Neal Starlingand ,
Mrs. Ruby Burns, Mrs. Goldie burg, Clarence both ting her daughter and son-in- Florida, stopped for a short,I The earliest (recording in the ing with the custom of another' course she is young enough to the Highland church has been
Horace Starling
Rogers all of Bell Gardens, Cyryl the did the be good looking just 105 years changed Training Union
brothers law and family in Oxted, Sur- visit with their friends Mr. and church's register, sihows day, that not permit
four ,
Calif, of Jacksonville; in seated with the old! Jim Aunt East and 6:30 worship serivces at 7:30.It .
of Eagle Lake, rey, England, for two months Mrs. C. A. G. Pease. name: of Mary E. Branning ladies to be
t Johnnie Starling this summer. 1823. It maybe assumed that gentlemen.On Brother George all were photo- seems all forget when the

A birthday \supper was given Joe Starling of Lawtey, Thomas in that year the church beame. the exterior, the belfry graphed and were in the Sat- time for Training Union is

Saturday right at the home of Starling and Shelton both ofECingslty The Rev. and Mrs ThomasS. a part of the St. Augustine, has been added during the urday edition of the Times though and but few find the

Mrs. Alma Saunders, honoring Lake; 23 grandchildren :Mrs. M.\ A. Gtmther has returned Cleaver visited friends in Jacksonville (then Cowford), churdh's long (history.. A few Union, also the history of the way to the church ,for this ser

her 69th birthday. Those pres- and 19 great-grandchildren. home after spending Pompano Beach, leaving M. H. Fernandina, Alachua, Newman- years after the church!:: was founding of the Highland vice.

ent were her children Mr. and i Active pallbearers were: Roy several days in Daytona Beach, C. on March 14th. They also eville, and Palatka Circuit, and built, Mr.\ Branning arrangedfor church and Jim as first pastorof
Mr. and Gnann, Pete Brensen, C. B. Mos- visiting friends: and relatives.Mr. visited friends in Lake Worth. the church "Aunt East" as feat
:Mrs. Milford Sounders, was first served by J. N. Glennas one and Oa.pt. Budington It also seems quite a

Mrs. Laurie Saunders and ley, James Weeks, George Car- While in Palm Beach the pastor; later by his successor brought it from New York) by, one of the chapter membersand few failed to find their way to

daughter Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. ttr, and Robert L. Brown; honorary : and Mrs.\ Louis Jefferson d avers saw President J. F. John L. Jerry, whose name boat. For :Mr. Branning, the George as the present pas the church for Sunday School

'Lonzy H. Woods and daughter' Charles Pyatt, Robert T one of Akron, Ohio, are vW.I Kennedy as .he !deft .the churchhe appears on the register as haying bell assumed a tragic aspect. tor. Ik was really a good pic- also. We had just 55 presentfor

Doris all of Jacksonville, Mr. Griffin, Dr. T. Luke Gdennan, attended. In Lakeland they received members; and still Dreaded "swamp fever" struck ture of them especially of Aunt Sunday School. Wonder

and Mrs. E. M. Johns of Mid- Bud Mclnaney Carol Floyd I REV. and MRS. CREIGHTON visited Mrs. Norman MacQueen, latter by Issac Boriing. In the Middleburg at about this time East. May these three live where the others were* The

dleburg: and Miss Peggy Sounders Gnann, Jennings Murrhee, who( was formerly a residentof diary of Mr. Boring are some and his oldest son was a victim. many more years to praise the Beginners won the banner witha

from Atlanta. Ga. nie Johnson, Calvin Padgett Oon-1 "AT HOME" TO VISITORSThe M. H. C. entries of his having preached, The first use of the bill was Lord, and work for him. grade of 80 per cent. Lets

ving Padgett, H. C. Williamson, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. While i in Lakeland, Mr. at various times at "Black the tailing of it for the: fund After all of the picture taking try to do better next Sunday

Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Brin- Calvin Oiliver, Lynn. Baxley, Creigbton who became residentsof Cleaver and his brother saw the Creek" was the :name o fthe of ths 26-year-old man. The Bro. George brought Jim the "Easter Slump" should be

eon took a Sunday trip to Silver Henry Burris: M. F. Williamson the Memorial Home Community Detroit Tigers play the St. Church, later it became "Mid-:: choir room 'was: added to the home and ate dinner with us, off by that time and all can

Springs with Mr. and Mrs. Man- C. L. Saunders, Albert on Mardh 5th are live. Louis Cardinals, Los Angles dleburk Methodist." The ear- rear of the church recently. or at least he learned how "poor surely be back by then.

sel Ayers from WaQdo and Mr. Murray, Wright Bishop, M. R. ing in Apartment 301 B, and I Dodgers and the Pittsburg Pir

Giddens from Starke last Sun- Short, Allen Wainwright, Chip are "at home" to receive visi ates. They all arrived home on .. ,x .
tourned Wainwright, Claude Thomas, March 21st.
day. Whilt here they :: -
Ivy Hatchtr, Dr. William A. tors.Mr.
"Six Gun Terretory" They Creighton is listed inWho's .
Mulford and Reed Wager. t ":vrte-"-'--
spent the afternoon at the home On Mardh 23rd Mr. Paul Bow- -
Who in America as a r yTTrr a 7 ii in v jf
clergyman and educator. His man and Mr. Canton L'Hom-

And MeadowbrookReporter listing is most interesting for midueu were guests of the Rev.
I Bellair ,those to read who appreciatea and Mrs.\ T. S. Cleaver and

McGUIREMrs. long life of useful and reput- ,stayed overnight at the Quad-
: LEE abe service to the Lord in rangle. They teach at the lit.

L. P. Mullls. Mrs. Eunice Lt 1:30: P.M. at he Meaadow- churches, colleges, and civic organizations -' Hermon Preparatory School for

Kezick and son Bucky from jrock-Belliar Chapel. in various parts of boys in Northfield Mass.\

Charlotte, N. C. recently spenta the U. S. A. and China.
at the home ofbars. Mike McGuire son of Mr.
week The foiling is a part of Mr. CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE
James Presson of Glen-md Mrs. J. P. McGuire of Ed- Oreighton's listing Born at

denning Road, Meadowbrook >on Drive Bellair. celebrated Creighton, Missouri January 16, UNION HOLDS MEETThe

Terrace. his 5th birthday :Monday by 1882; A.B., Westminister College Penney Farms Woman's, 7gV !
having a cookout for several
Fulton, Missouri W)4; Christian Temperance Union
Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Williams :>f his friends. In attendance Ph.D., University of Missouri, held, an enthusiastic monthly
ofT for the hamburgers, hot dogs. meeting on Wednesday, April 9S
and daughter Aimee 1917; L.L.I., CoBege cf Woos- &

o c c 0 a Road. Meadowbrook Ice cream and cake were Lind- ter, Ohio, 1933; :Married: :Miss: 15, with about forty members !

just returned from a two week sey Duncan. Debbie Gowanas Leis Jameson, a graduate of present. :Miss Stella Cass, president :! .
Jan and ; ,',. .,
Darina Newton May
called the meeting to order -
and New
vacation in New York the University 0 f California, -
Jersey. Carolyn Soderquist. September 14, 1910; appointed and turned it over to Miss

:Missionary Presbyterian Church Alberta Blacak for the devo-
According to the by-laws all tions. :Miss: .. : < .
Black ased her
Newton I Foreign Missions to China, re- ,
Family life at the nominations for new officersfor ..-.,.. th 23rd T.1_ :# fti: ,
residence, Hayton Avenue Bel- 1W7; ITincipal! Boy'3 i:>cax! >ol, 1 U n03 VII a' uu dosing :- : : ,7",1

lair is again complete. Mr. the coming year must be Yeung Kong, China, 1908-15; with the Lord's Prayer. ," ,
made least 30 days prior to
Darwin Newton returned Mon- a Director Hackett :Medicaal: College The usual! reports were read
the election. However, since
from a seven month cruise and Union Theological Col- and approved as read.
time is of the essence this )'ear,1
aboard the U. S. S. Franklin the April 29 meeting has been I. lege, Canton, China, 1923-28; Mrs.:: M.\ O. Robbins, Directorof

D. Roosevelt. At the dock to specified as the deadline. president American Associationof Legislation, brought up the
meet him were his wife. Kay. South China 1923-25; chairman matter of two bills before con

aand daughters Dana and Dart- educational committee gress, SR 19 to ban hard liquorin
If you would like to serve or
Council of Pres-bterian Missionsin the senate, and HR817 to
na. wish to nominate someone else prohibit
China, 1925-28 professor of interstate edvertising of
you must join the league before
Mrs. "Les" Lester MeadowbrookBellair the next meeting. missions and comparative re- alcoholic beverages. All were
Volunteer Fire ligion College of Wooster, Ohio, urged to write to their coo- .
l lDepartment Corrair JVf onzo Club Coupe
Chief reports the 1928-34; president HastingsNeb. gressmen in'Washinkton urging:
under for
Plans are way a
5 horse power siren is now in ground breaking ceremony for ( .) Colleke 1934-43; pastor the passage of these two bills. Who needs muscles ?

stalled. All volunteers in the the new civic center. The eventis First Presbyterian Church, Mrs. H. L. Rust was in chargeof

area will now easily hear the tentatively scheduled for May Maryville, Ohio, 1944-45; professor the program subject was Do know how easy it is to take a corner So think about those trips to the beach
economies Westminsttr: College Internataional you this those bright days and
Peace Movement.Mrs. sunny
call to a fire. 11 and will be discussed fur- with a Coryair or park one? Turn this summer
New Wilmington, Pennsylvania \ Herbert D. balmy moonlit nights.
Myers sanga and it will give a
hter at the April meeting. newspaper sideways you at it from a
And besides looking very
Also the rafters on the new 1944-46. solo "Until Then" by Stuart pretty good idea. The wheel handles just practical point, of view it's Trade Nf

fire station on Woodside are I Girl Scout Troop 474 enjoyeda Mr. and Mrs. Greighton have HamHin. about that easily. EVROLET Travel time right now at your Chevrolet
completed and the station camp-out last Friday night five children, Mildred (Mrs. Mrs. M. O. Robbins spoke on The Corvair's engine is in the balanced rear for dealer's. He's got some beautiful buys.

should be finished in six to and Saturday at camp Chowenwaw Frank :M.: Barry of Cleveland, the Peace Corps suggestingthree not only distribution.greater traction And that's but more what makes But you had better hurry before somebody
Charles E. to weight IRADOTRftVfilT1MIB t muscles in ahead of Spring's here.Summer's .
eight weeks. neaar Green Cove Springs. Ohio; Ruth (Mrs. divisions Challenge effortless. you.
the steering so completely
Co-leaders of this group are Campbell, Jr.) of Highlands,? women, 2-Requirement of the The engine is air cooled too. No radi > coming Corvairs fast.And selling with the these sporty

Note to those who have not Mrs.Alta Parker and Mrs. Sam- N.J.; John Wallis Creighton Jr. government, and Evaluation ator. No water or antifreeze. No boiling are good-looking, he who hesitates will want way to they kick

yet made their donation to the my Valentine. Three cheers of Pebble Beach California; some people put on it. over or freezing up to worry about. It takes ATYOURCHEVROlfTDEAHR'S: ltim<=p.lf.
Mrs. Rust Life the weather and the terrain as it comes.
of spoke the
fire department; there is a box for these ladies for taking our I Robert Jameson Creighton on
Station on Overton, Nebraska; Joseph of Francis WSlard. She broughtout
at Leslers Amoco daughters to the woods to en-
Blanding Blvd. for this pur- joy and learn aabout nature I Riggs Creighton of Wellesley, much of her early life. CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET CHEVY H CORVAIR AND CORVETTE
Francis Willard is the ,
children only
pose. Surely everyone can afford : (and the snakes!) Mass. All five of these
a penny a day for this I are married and living in woman in Statuary Hall in the

organization. After all they Another reminder: I will be their own homes. There are Capital at Washington. She was

are there to protect all of us glad to accept subscriptions to twelve grandchildren.Mr. the first president of the Inter-

Crescent : and Mrs. Creigfeton have national WCTU, an educator,
and our property. the Clay County any
time as well as any news to celebrated their 52nd Wedding and leader of women.It ROBERTS CHEVROLETOrange

'Memberships are now betaken add to this column. Let us let Anniversary and have the unique was an interesting meeting, r

for the BellairMeadowbrook the rest of Clay County know record of 52 years with a all told, and all felt repaid for
Civic League. Then we're here and what we're total family membership of 24, coming. Meeting closed with and Park Green Cove Springs Phone 2843033F

xt meeing_will be April 29,,, doing. without a death or a divorce. tie Mispeh Benediction

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LEGAL NOTICEIN City of Green Cove Springs
COURT said certificates for
the following certificates has filed a

COUNTY JUDGE, CLAY tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificates numbers and

COUNTY FLORIDA. year of Issuance the description of the property and the timeIn =rMw

IN PROBATE.IN which it was assessed are as follows: F
RE: ESTATE OF CERTIFICATE No. 24 Year of Issuance: July 7, 1953

VERNON S. HAYNESTO Name In which accessed: A. W. Whipp e

ALL CREDITORS AND Description of property: Part of Block 53, Borden's Oak St.

I S/D as described in Deed Book 44.
CERTIFICATE No. 26 Year of Issuance: July 7, 1953
Name in which accessed: M. F. & Mary Phillips
INLET you are
Description of property: Part of Block 53. Borden's Oak St.

FOR RENT notified and required to pre- S/D as rcorded in Deed Book 13. .
II wy 17 Orange Park sent claims and demands
MILBERGEROrange By Week or Month page 568 1

STORAGE-WET & DRY u. S. 17 North which you, or either of you, may CERTIFICATE No. 42 Year of Issuance: July 6. 1954

& Ferris Street CROSBYTS PHONE 284-3603 have against the estate of VER- Name in which accessed: Eva Lee Hill

(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERS NON S. HAYNES, deceased Description of property: Lot P. SID of Lot 11. Block 29. North

MERCURY ENGINES late of said County, to the Suburbs
REFRIGERATIONAND County Judge of CLAY County, CERTIFICATE No. 26 Year of Issuance: July 5. 1955 I
SALES & SERVICECO Florida, at his office in the Name in which accessed: Mae Davis John Sidney Batten, who has recently been nominated to

AIR CONDITIONING GEORGE'EEKS courthouse .said at be of Farms visitor last week with
of County Description of postmaster Penney was a
property: Lots 1 and 3, Block 3 of Lot 2. Ber-
Service 4-9835 PIANO SERVICE GREEN COVE SPRINGS Flor- rian's S/D. Block 28, North Suburbs his wife, to Washington offices of Congressman D. R.
Tuning Repairing ida within calaendar months
CERTIFICATE No. 29 Yar of Issuance
Home Phone 284-978O : July 5, 1955 Matthews.
BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN PHONE 284-3278 from the time of the first pub- Name in which accessed: Naomi & Cleveland Smith

Business Phone 284-9431 Box 50 Rlbernia Rt. lication of this notice. Eaoih Description of property: Easterly 90 ft. of Part of Lot 8, Block High-Speed Amphibian

F.. REEDBonkkeeping Green Cove Springs claim or demand shall be in 29 North Suburbs .
<$""-- .' "'> -, >-.' \ ,. --- Itti.
writing; and shall state the CERTIFICATE No. 40 Year of Issuance: July 3. 1956

AGIN'S' REAL ESTATE place of residence and post: of- Name in which accessed: Margart Stokes i

and Tax Service fice address of the claimant Description of property: Lots 5 and 6, S/D of Lot 8, Block

R 3.t Refrigeration and shall be sworn' to by the 32. North Suburbs
4 And Air Phone 284-0721 claimant, agent, attorney, and CERTIFICATE No. 37 Year of Issuance: July 2, 1957

ConditioningSERVICE LbocenM'd Broker In any sudh claim or demand not Name In which accessed: Nannie L. Burton

S) F Green Cove Springs Green ConSprings so filed shall be void. UNLESS such certificates shall be redemed according to law. the rJ

Since 1937 ROY HILDUMAs Description of property: Lot 8, S/D of Lot 8. Block 32, North

Chrysler Airtrmp Sales executor of the Last Suburbs
Homos Farms -
Authorized Phil co ELECTRICALAtlas Will: and Testament ofVEPOX Unless such certificates shall be redeemed according to law. the
11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323
Ser{ic. S. HAYNES, de- property described in such certificates will be sold to the highest .

Electric & Mechanical ceasedT. bidder at the City Hall front door on the first Tuesday after he
Ph. 28I-3O8O
Day first Monday in the month of June 1963, which is the 4th of I J
284-3402 Company CAREY'S TRADING POST J. JENNINGS, JR. day ,, > ._
Mght ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE OF June 1963. ,. .. : .,,,. '.."..:..... .
S. Palmetto We do all type of electrical Dated this 1st day of May 1963. "- <., ."
Three locations VERNON S. HAYNES .. ,, .
Green Cove Springs wiring. : S/ Ben Zellner .. :.TL'ZT; Se3g.::::':: C a;; :D c -i:-'c. r.-'l; 'C: : .r
15 E. Palmer St., Ph. 281-3280 First publication April 25, 1963. test for Marine Corps could play a ni ijor role in future aIr -'.--

RAY SHIPP Warehouse & antiques old April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 1963. Clerk of the City of Green >ious v/arfare. The: vehicle a high s,le.d craft that can t:' a
May 2. 9, 16. 23. 1963 Cove
APPLIANCESJim Springs, Florida cons of sup !ies 35 miles an hour on water or land wa developed
Owner and Manager Gym Bldg. S. Orange Avea by Inersr KMamazoo Division of Borg-Warner Cc-p.

Phone 284-9228 "BIG TOP" tent Blanding LEGAL NOTICE L.GAL"OTICE:! GUARD YOUR FAMILY Called the LVW (for landing vehicle wheeled), it Is a 14-tDii::>
Carter Appliance coat with aluminum planing hull retractable rubber-tired wheelsnd
Service. Inc. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Fight Cancera With A is powered by a 1500 h.p. gas turbine engine. With a water-

PACKAGE STORE Furniture & appliances at COURT OF CLAY COUNTY. CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn Checkup And A I orne range of more than 180 m''es' the highly-maneuverable LVW
A. F. BakerRefrigeration Stfc CHANCERY tan slim across the water ct.rying loads up to 10,009 pounds
bargain pri-es FLORIDA
& Hilry J. McEachern. Check from ship to shore or between ships.

PAUL'SAll In ProbateIn Plaintiffvs.
Air Conditioning Service Pa'dLETTER adxer'istmen'
Re: Estate of .

also all Legal Beverages HARRISON MOSLEY. Frances V. McEachern

Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT deceased DefendantNo.
Major Appliance Repairs TO STOCKHOLDERS
Washers Dryers Duval County NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 3618NOTICE
Phone 284-3542 North of Orange Park All Creditors and Persons
Claims Demands
having or
Frances V. McEachernP.
NO. C-3603 against said Estate: O. Box 96
I You and each of you are KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA
I OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE I FEDERAL NATIONAL :MORTGAGE hereby notified and requiredto Mountain View Georgia

claims and demands
present any -
''Ii corporation etc., i FIED that a suit has been filed
which have
you may
Plaintiff against you in the above entitled To Our Stockholders:
I against the Estate of Harrison
FOR SALE MISCELLANOUSFOR vs.MORRIS. I cause and you are hereby
: C. WHITE, JR., and i Mosley deceased late of Clay required to serve upon plain- Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of Keystone

SHIRLEY ANN WHITE County Florida to the County tiff's attorney whose name and State Bank will be held In tea Directors' Room of said Bank on Lawrence Boulevard -
bedroom | SALE-Used rebuilt lawn-
FOR SALEI hisvife, .1 Judge of Clay County* Florida address appear hereon. your in Keystone Heights. Florida on the 13th day of May 1963 to consider and

house Elsie Street Hilltop mowers. $15.00 and up McGce'gWelding Defendant at his office in the Courthouseof written defenses if any to the i net upon a recommendation of the Board of Directors to amend the Chapter of the

Section call 28..s- 860. & Radiator. 520 N said County at Green Cove bill of complaint in said suit Bank so as to increase the capital stock of the Bank from fifty thousand defers

23-tfc: Orange Ave., Phone 284-3163. NOTICE OF SUIT Springs Florida within six copy of which is delivered to (50000.00\) one hundred thousand dollars (100000.00 of common stock to

TRADE 7tfc I THE STATE OF FLORIDA months from the time of the you herewith. on or before June le divided into ten thousand (10,000)( scares of the pr; value of ten doUfrre ($10.00
OR -
FOR SALE I To: MORRIS C. WHITE JR., first publication of this notice. 3rd. A. D. 1963. each and furthur that such increase be immediately accomplished by:

3 bdr. house in S. Jacksonvillenear FOR THE BEST in all-round Residence: UNKNOWNU.S.S. Each claim or demand shall ben Herein fail not or decree pro (1) Reducing the par value of the stock of the bank from one hundred dollars
Phillips Plaza has good printing try the CRES- Saratoga, writing shall be in duplicate confesso will be entered againstyou ($100.00) per share to ten dollars ($10.00) per share and at the same time

back yard, patio will sill or CENT PRESS INC., The priceis Attack Squadron 36, shall state the place of for the relief prayed in \ issuing new stock certificates on the basis of ten (10) new shares for each

swap equity for same in Green right. Fleet Post Office New residence and post office ad- the bill of complaint.THE I ine (1) share of stock presently ov.-r.ed 1y tLs; &&tccJ.o.d! : o 0: aIJ :.rd, and

Cove Springs. phone 2S4-3007. York, New York. dress of the claimant shall be NATURE OF SAID SUIT I (2) Increasing the capital from fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00) to one hundred -

2-2c BUY OR TRADE To: SHIRLEY ANN WHITE, sworn to by the claimant his BEING FOR DIVORCE. thousand dollars ($100,000.00) by the declaration of a fifty pre cent

FOR SALE 13 foot boat : For Your Used Mobile Home. Residence: UNKNOWN.You agent or attorney and shall be WITNESS my hand and the (50%) stock dividend of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25.000.60)) and

and trailer. Mark 55 Mercury Paid. Allow- are hereby notified thata accompanied by the one dollar seal of said Court at Green Cove (3) The sale for cash of two thousand five hundred (2.500) shares of new
Top Dollar Big
electric starting 12 volt battery suit has been filed againstyou filing fee required by law and Springs Florida this 1st day of stock of the par value of ten dollars ($10.00) each at twenty-five dollars ($26.")
Your Coach to Trade. such claim demand not
ance or
on any
(almost new) Power prop and in the above! entitled cause; May A. D. 1963S each.

speed prop. All controls rigged Call EV 4-5584; Collect. and that you are hereby required -so' filed shall be void. / GEORGE L. CARLISLE. thereby producing sixty-two thousand five hundred dollars (62500.00. of which

Roll-in-pleat channel to file your answer with /HARRY L. MOSLEYAs Clerk Circuit Court twenty-five thousand dollars (25000.00 will be added to capital and thirty-
foam cushions and back rests. Inc. iihe Clerk of -this Court, and to Administrator of the By Vivian H. Sohm seven thousand five hundred dollars ($37,500.00 will be added to surplus. aH subject -

Complete outfit $300.00. See 2-14 tic serve a copy thereof upon the Estate of Harrison Mos- Deputy ClerkT. to the approval of the Commissioner of Bang of the State of Florida and

at Baxley's Trim Shop 1400 plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, ley deceased. J. Jennings Jr. & J. T. Nor- other requirements of law.

Idlewild Ave., or phone 284- ,whose name and address is: J. First publication April 18. 1963 ton Further there will be presented for approval or rejection at said special meet-

3505. 2c HELP WANTED TURNER BUTLER and WILLIAM April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 1963 Attorney for Plaintiff ing of the stockholders a proposal that Article HI of the Certificate of Incorporation

:\ C. GUTHRIE, JR., 102 Address: P. O. Box 372 be amended so that in lieu of its present language it shall read:

"A.'OYED-AmbiUous married Florida Title Building, Jacksonville LEGAL NOTICEIN Green Cove Springs Florida The amount of Capital Stock of said Corporation shall be one hundred thou-

FOR RENT couple Christians Openingfor 2, Florida not later May 2, 9. 16. 23. 1963 sand dollars ($100,000.00)) of conir.on sto-k< to be divided irto ten thousand

State and County manager- han May 22, A.A. 1963. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S (10,000) shares of the par value of ten dollars ($10.00) each."

FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom owners. Considerable cash re- If you fail to do so, decree COURT IN AND FOR CLAY L.(8.'L NOTICE: Further there will be presented for approval or rejection at the said special

house newly painted inside and quired. Great opportunity for pro confesso will be entered COUNTY FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF meeting of the stockholders a proposal that Section 19 of the existing By-Laws of

out, reasonable, large yard appliances right people. If YOU qualify against you for the relief demanded IN PDOBATE. NO. 586 CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn the Keystone State Bank be amended by substituting the words "Executive Of-

turnished. Call Penney write Box C, Clay County Crescent in the complaint.The IN RE: CHANCERY ficer" for the word "cashier" In the four (4) places where the said word "cashier"

Farms, 529-8211. 20tfc Green Cove Springs Fla. nature of said suit being ESTATE OF FLORENCE S. Billy Junior Ward. presently appears so that In lieu of its present language it shall read:

25-3c for the foreclosure> of mortgage RIPPLE deceased. Plaintiffvs. "The Executive Officer shall have custody of all deeds leases contracts, agreements -

REAL ESTATE WANTED encumbering the following described NOTICE TO CREDITORS evidences of title acknowledgments of indebtedness and other securities

ST. JOHNS MOBILE 1I0 IES. property situate in Clay All creditors of the Estate of Annie Ward belonging to the corporation.In .

Inc. County, Florida: Florence S. Hippie deceased, DefendantNo. addition to his other duties the Executive Officer shall carefully observe the
HAVE PROSPECT interested I conduct of all clerks and subordinate officers and report to the board of directors:
land We Will Trade for Your Car Twenty-six ((25)), Block are (ttiereiy notified and requiredto .
in purchasing 2 acres of 3616NOTICE of neglect. Incapacity or bad conduct.He .
Four ((4)), MEADOW- file any claims or demands OF SUIT any case
north of city and east of high- Furniture Diamonds or Any- shall keep correct accounts of the business of the corporation. He algal. ,
thing of Value on a New Mobile BROOK, Unit No. 2, accordto which they may !have against THE STATE OF FLORDA TO:
way 17. Contact our Mr. Good- Home. plat recorded in Plat said estate in the office of the Annie Ward at each regular meeting present a statement of the business of the corporationwith

win 284-3106. sheet thereof at the end of the preceding month. He shall be
Book 6, pages 12 and 13, of County Judge of Clay Coun.ty.Florida. : Central South Carolino a balance
FLORIDA LIMITED REALTY ST. JOHNS :MOBILE HOMES, the current public records. ., in the courthouse at I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- subject at all times in his duties to the supervision of the board of directors

CORP. 5-2-c Inc. of Clay County, Florida. .Green Cove Springs: Florida, FIED that a suit has been filed and of the president.The .
6263 Roosevelt Blvd. shall have of the seal of the
Executive Officer the custody corporation,
WITNESS months
my hand and the within six: calendar against you In the above entitled -
EV 4-5584 affixed him to any instrument required to be sealed and
JONES & HALL NURSERYNow seal of said Court aat Green from tiie date of the first publication cause and you are hereby which shall be by !
2-14 tfc authorized the Board of Directors. He shaH also
7 A Week Cove Springs, Florida, ibis 19th of this notice. Each claimor required to serve upon plaintiffs which maay have t
Open Days certificates and attest the by his .
affix the seal to stock same signature.The
AroundSee day of April, A.D., 1963. deroand must be writing attorney whose name and
Come Out minute books shall be in the custody of the Executive Officer and be shaM
Our Stock NOW IS THE TIME! George L. Carlisle and must state the place of address appear hereon your
but director of the bank or legally constituted supervisory
South of New Clerk of the Circuit Court residence and post office ad- written defenses if any to the permit no one a
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Highway to the minutes of the board of directors.:
trade have
To boy or swap. authorities to access
at CollecoveStore By Vivian H. Sohm, dress of the claimant and must bill of complaint in said suit
Bridge turn right there will be presented for approval or rejection at he said special
l For quick results use our Deputy Clerk be sworn to by the claimant, his copy of which is delivered to Further
signs. meeting of the stockholders a proposal that Section 25 of the existing ByLawsof
Classified Section. April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 1963 agent, or his attorney or it will you herewith on or before June
the Keystone State Bank be amnded by adding to the first !sentence thereof
become void according to law. 3rd. A. D. 1963.
i:-l.+ ++++++*MAREA+{-l+':-1:- -: '4-l-I-i-II--i ii the words "or Assistant Vice-Presidents", so that in lieu of its present language
FRED R. SACHER Herein fail not or decree pro

I : : : Administrator Cum Test- confesso will be entered againstyou it shall read:
BUSINESS DIRECTORYFURNITURE "All bonds stock certificates checks notes drafts conveyances of real estate
amento Annexo of the for the relief prayed in
satisfaction pieces assignments of mortgages and other instruments to which
M-4 -.""'""TT"T'U' .. . . . . . . . . . . . Estate of Florence S. the bill of complaint.
the seal of the corporation is affixed. shall be signed by the president or the
Hippie deceased. THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT
vice-president or such officer as the board of directors may designate for
that purpose and countersigned by the cashier or one of the Assistant Cashiers
Attorney at Law WITNESS my hand and the
Alii BASE FURNITURE CO or Assistant Vice-Presidents. Dividend and cashiers checks drawn on the corporation -
AMERICANOFFICE Kestone Heights Florida seal of said Court at Green Cove
Fine Furniture EASTKRLING: phi.1RM:1C'YReliable may be signed by any officer designated by the directors."
SUPPLY CO. Attorney for Administrator: Springs Florida, this 30th day
Carpeting AppHancce The foregoing win be in addition to an other business which may come before
Complete Home Furnishings Prescription Service April 25, May 2., 9, 16. 1963.. of April A. D. 1963.
5953 Roosevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner /S GEORGE L. CARLISLE., the Meeting.It .
I is hoped that you will be able to attend but if this Is not convenient please
Jacksonville E746U Complete Cosmetic Dept. Clerk Circuit Court
Specialists in Use Our execute the enclosed proxy and return it to the undersigned as promply as pos-
By Grace M. Carlisle
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equip- ClassifiedPage Deputy Clerk II sible.
Pacemakers and Peerlea ment Sam B. Wilson j
Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries
Air Stream for Travel Attorny for Plaintiff
Complete Line of Greeting CASHIERPaid
Used Trailers-Bank Flnaneln
Address: 217 Guaranty Life
6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blanding Bird.. Cards For Quick Building; Jacksonville Florida advertisementI
EV 8-8578 Jacksonville EV: S-07S4 2055-57 Park SL. .1aeUoDTID.. Results May 2. 9. 16, 23. 1963

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