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 16, 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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j VOLUME 37:; NO. 20 ,

Saunders Wary On Burlington To Reactivate

Fraser Bill To Cut .

Commissioners' Pay Green Cove Springs Mill

State Representative S. D. Saunders said this week that he

had not yet determined how he would vote on a bill, already

passed by the State Senate, to reduce the annual pay of Clay
c t and Baker county commissioners from $2,400 ot $180. Burlington Industries will re-activate its plant In Green Cove
,according to a statement made yesterday by J. Slater Smith,
The bill which Was introduced in the Senate by lameduck
.3, 4 executive secretary of the Clay County Chamber of Commerce.
State Sensor Edwin G. Fraser. requires no House sponsorship. a .
I A spokesman for Burlington told THE CRESCENT yesterdaythat
\ Having passed the Senate it will automatically go the lower
"We are appreciative of the excellent assistance and
f I house for action.
I cooperation given uss by the people of Green Cove Springs and
Mr. Saunders said if the bill the lower house he u9
[passes we are glad the decision has been made to re-activate the plant.
I its introduction and that Awhile he bad had good : ;
'll or passage a rkyM ; Although details have not been completed, Burlington offi-
I deal of man in favor of it, it was bound to hurt him politically I I cials Indicate initial operations should get underway by mId-

I whichever way lie votes on it. FA R SJO b GR&oc mf? summer.It .
;',1 Mr. Saaunders said if the bill passes the lower house lie j is believed that eventual employment at the mill, which

t will favor :reducing the pay of members of the Clay County will become a yarn-processing unit of the giant textile corporation -

1\t board of :public instruction who also get $2.400 annually. e 4 M'ER arft, ECRET4P ( will range from 150 to 200 persons. .

I t "There are those who contend.' the :Representative told .,. a*. ea.L M 7 .,;, kr ;.e.. 'w SP w. 5"4 v.' +siLa r An announcement is to be made later regarding employment
THE CRESCENT, "that the pay (2.400 is necessary to attract AF N. Waht Interviews. Training in operation of yarn-processing machineryand
f Able: :And successfuIl businessmen: to both the board of other employment will be undertaken as quickly as the
j county commissioners and the school board. There are 'others first of the new machinery arrives in Green Cove.

E who say that service on either board is a .public service :and t Mr. Smith said the job of luring Burlington baclt to Clay
I I should .not be ;paid .for anything but mileage and a reasonableper County was a result of tenacious teamwork on the part of city
diem for the time it takes for their monthly meetings:" r officials the chamber and other individuals. He paid high tri-

I bute to the part played by Sheriff John Hall.
The two counties affected by the Fraser Dill Clay and Baker, +t *:a h >
comprise :senator Fr aser's senatorial district. Under the ,most 1Gr Sheriff Hall, who has been active in the industrial work of
recent reapportionment legislation Clay County Scheduled the chamber for many years, said the entire business community

to go,Into the senatorial districtwith: Bradford County which }. Y a FY Xafff-AR of Green Cove has been working since the mill was closed to
is now served by, State Senator Charlie' Johns. Thus, Senator bring it back into operation.
Fraser will :not face: Clay voters: :again.. Recent conferences between Green Cove and chamber officials -
and George Norman, vice of
Even in Senator Frasei'Ss home county: ::Representative John; president Burlington resulted -
Crews :said Senator Fraser bad not discussed the bill-with; 'him in a labor survey and a more favorable industrial power
jjrfor'10; its :passage..
:- ** Mr..Smith said both the City and the Xfeunty win welcome
his that the:money .
Fraser said reasoning Baas paia the commissioners ,
Burlington back to
Clay Count7and.be'apreuedith' hope that
,could be used for better purposes particularly to-
< 1 every citizen of the County will do everything in his power to
ward an effort to; obtain added Industry.: make their work and social life
: in Green Cove the happiest
\ To this ,end, he passed another bill in the Senate today to period of their lives.
'I I allocate to the Baker County Planning And Development Commission -- -- -- .
an additional $10.000 a year from race track :revenue THE TELEGRAM
1\ accruing to the county. The Development Commission now HAVE KENNEL MATINEE CLUB TO SAT. Clay Businesses To Get

gets $5D00 Annually. I

I Fraser said the additional money In A small way would Another matinee is scheduled -
I commit the commission to emptying a full-time secretary for Saturday for the- Orange Once Over By Revenuemen

-, the purpose of seeking new industry. "He said the county will Park Kennel Club at 2 p.m. and
i get considerably more race track money ,t.hisyear and if the this third daylight card \of the The Internal Revenue Serv- and a number of miscellane

commissioners' salaries were cut the general fund did not present Spring meeting is expected b ice will shortly begin a "com- ous excise taxes, some business
stand to lose anything. to attract an even greater taxpayers not
I pliance survey" of many Clay may be fully
I Fraser also said he felt that a County Commission office crowd than attended eitherof County business firms to determine aware of all of the specific tax

should be a position of honor and responsibility to be .filled the first two. if they are aware of returns which apply to their

\ \ by people who are concerned with service and good government Frank Jones, racing secretary, and complying with Federal tax business operations.

\ \ rather than .salary.He will have an attractive card of laws requiring the filing of tax "Compliance surveysare

I added that he felt the pay cut should have been made 10 events for the entertainmentof returns. made under the Internal Re-

several years ago and in fact, he had introduced bills to do the public. The survey, which Is expected venue laws, Mr. Tomlinsonsaid
that three or four times in the past for Baker County but ,they I. The regular 11 race bill will to take about three monthsto and are a continuous partof

never got by the House. be held Saturday night. 'Wi f Dr'3 ,ar pw Z > P complete, will be conductedby the regular tax enforcement

Fraser pointed out that Gov. Farris Bryant recommended in Omer Rawlings June Moore revenue officers who will program designed to maintain

his message to the Legislature that county school board members captured the Kennel Cham- 'check a cross section of non- pliaance.high levels of taxpayer com-
L be compensated only on a basis of per diem and expenses pionship last Saturday night 'farm businesses to see if all required -
I with a limit to the total amount each could receive. taking the 10th event over the I' tax returns are being

Marathon course. The owner, THE PLANT I filM on: time .according Dis. NEW S & II GREENSTAMP
with his wife Mary, 'went to :trict Director Laurie W. Tom-
I J Arrogation of Powers by the judges' stand and placed a linson. CATALOGA

victory blanket on the winning Mr. Tomlinson emphasizedthe record amount of merchandise -

dog. Donald W. Howell, asso- survey is not designed to -over 1680 itAffls-J fe included -
Supreme Court Questioned ciate of track,
manager pre-
: o. P. Parents ProtestMore audit return, but is to ascer- in the 1S33 8 & H
sented the couple with a deluxe -
tain awareness and extent of
j T-V set. green sstamp catalog, now
' II by Florida Jurist compliance with the tax return
available to shoppers from all
Trainer Walter Ford, for the than 25 irate Orange benches. He said also that the clued to render such assistancein filing requirements of the In-

.' A Circuit Judge of Plorida changes in this original con- Red Fork kennel had his fine Park parents appeared before chemistry laboratory was poor-I its implementation as you ternal Revenue laws and to county merchants giving S &
I he greyhounds in winning form ly ventilated and that fumes would want.' check the completeness of In- H green stamps, according to
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1 said last week the people cept, said although Initially the County Board of Public Instruction -
I the United States must decide the court's rulings were regarded last week and for the seven Monday to protestthe left by one class were injurious I I The board instructed Mr. ternal Revenue's recently installed Walter !.. Stange, local repre-
J( now whether they are to live lawyers and historians as programs they chalked up 10 on to the next class that used the 11 Long to write the attorney thata master file of business sentative.
lij S victories, five seconds and one administration, by County room. He complained further taxpayers.He .
under an all-powerful central reliable guides to the mean- study would be made of racial County merchantss who give
government dominated by a ing of the federal constitution."In show. School Superintendent Hirris that the school'ss athletic field integration plans in se- further emphasized that
\ Supreme Court of nine men recent years especially, Rawlings had seven wins C. Long, of the Orange Park had not been graded. eral adjoining counties." most business managements SH green stamps Are: B:, n-

or "take necessary action to restore -literally scores of earlier decisions with E. L. Beckner getting Junior-senior high school. Mr. Long pointed out that comply conscientiously with the son Furniture Magnolia Texaco -

the system of dual sovereignty have been repudiatedand six. school maintenance funds had tax laws. However Tomlinson Station. Hodges Pure Oil
under which this country entirely new meanings After 25 night programs and Halvor N. Hansen. acting as [been halved this year and said BURCHELLSWARTLEYLucy explained since the laws are and Winn-Dixie all of Green
two matinees through last Saturday .- spokesman for the group,I'that V. S artey. aughter Cove SaRxmik's Gulf .
grew to greatnesss have been ascribed to many no funds were presently complex and there are many ; 8tafck.ru
Judge Hugh Taylor of the sections of the constitution. the leaders were: charged that the school, built available to grade the proper of Mrs. Norma Swirt':-y and I lor tax returns such as income south of Green Cove; Clay
, Second Judicial Circuit of Tal- Kennel Win Place show as an integrated junior-senior::: I the late P. L. :;tr-_y, was withholding social security County Pharmacy, pj' Ameri-
; lahassee said there could be Rawlings 29 28 13 high school has been divided ty.A letter containing 12 specific ',married Saturday evening May I can station Sunoco Service.
CLAY'S RACE TRACK Red Fork 25 17 11 into what amounts to two sep- (llth to
| Edward S. Burchell Shell Service
little doubt that present personnel questions on the administration OP ELEMENTARY STUDENTS and Lester*
AUTO UP $3,000 FROM '62 Beckner 25 12 22 arate schools with seventh and who is serving in the Navy and M ; American
of the U. S. Supreme of the school, was tabled I TAKE SPELLING station aUf Orange
Court is "in effect amending State Comptroller Ray E. The Spring meeting closes on eighth graders segregated phy- by the board for further[stationed at Cecil Field. The Park; Keystone Hetehti. Lum-
3''! the constitution to give, it Green said last week each of Saturday, June 1. sically and administratively 'study. I wedding took place in the Two students of the Orange ber Co., Candy's Gulf Service.
meaning never before ascribed Florida's 67 counties will re- from the high school studentsin I' Following the departure of I I Orange Avenue Baptist Church. Park elementary school, whose Terrell's Gulf Service, D-4f kys
to it." ceive $34,000 more from the TAX COLLECTION the same building.Mr. I'the Orange Park delegation, I with the pastor the Rev. James P-TA was the only one In the Department Store and Red k

He recalled that up until a race track tax fund. Long exlained to the Mr. Long read to members of j ji I McCu11oug1. officiating in the County that failed to contributeto White Food Store all of Key-
few years ago, "every child Mr. Green said checks were SHOWS INCREASE group that the assistant principal i the board a letter he received presence of members of the the prizes, took home the stone; and Shirley's Truck

in public school was taught put in the mail last week and Taxes collected in Clay Coun- of the Orange Park High from a Jacksonville attorney. |[F immediate family. The bride chips at the County P-TA Stop. ,,of. ,Middleburg.. .
that the federal governmentwas that the payment is $3,000 more ty Increased 20% in the monthof School had been given immediate The letter pointed out that he ;,;was given In marriage by her Council's spelling-beep last' Week: 'u\ the stew 164-

a government of delegated than the counties received for April over taxes collectedin authority over seventh was retained by "certain pat- brother. Thomas Swartley. The Peggy Burge. ail)sixth grader, I pa&4 -TEufi-cotor catalog. Mr
powers, exercising only those the same month last year. March according to Ray E. and eight graders and that ,rons of the Clay County School couple win make their home in won a $50 UJS. Sayings bond Stange -said fir Is 32 page! larger -
functions of government which Each county has received' a Green, State Comptroller. from an administrative pointof 'System to inquire into the Jacksonville.On donated by the Council and by than last yea s and the
were granted*it by the constitution total of $193,000 for the cur- 15782.71 was collected in view, he would not be given t,board's policy respecting (racial Friday evening Miss Linda the Clay County Chamber of biggest ever Issued by the Sperry -
and that all powerss rent fiscal period., or $8.500 April as compared with $13- high school administrative du- ) school integration. j Gibson o! Green Cove Commerce, and an engraved' and HuntchUison (Com
not granted to the national more than they received for the 128.38 in March. The March ties.Mr. "It may well be that your Springs and mv Judy Landof pin given by the Woman's Club I pany.

government were retained by same period last year. Two figure almost equals the April Hansen then pointed out 'school board has formulated Orange Park honored the of Green Cove. The '63 catalog Is designed -
t the states or the people." more checks will be mailed to 1962 figure Of 1369223. that equipment 1 1'the industrial or is formulating, a plan for bride-elect with a miscellaneous Bonnie Blair, another Orange ," Stange delayed, -to, meet
; A large number of decisions the counties before the end of $2.661,52 was collected in arts shop had lain there the desegregation of the schools shower given in the apart- Park elementary school student, a wide range of family needs
rendered by the high tribunal the current fiscal year he gasoline gallonage taxes dur- unpacked for some time be- of Clay County-, the attorney ment of the hostesses on St. took second prize a $25 UJB. and desires. The emphasis is
over the years have brought said. ing April. cause there were still no work :wrote. If this is so. I am in- John's Avenue Jacksonville. Savings bond. on quality variety.lBRARY and Styling."


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May! ( daunts (Crescent H
PAGE TWO ,;. .' ::: < jTIIURSDAY,11tAY 16, 1963 I

1 ; "I" av < ount&eccut"i Letters To I I "FLORIDA' COUNCIL REPORTS" First Communion I Ij

V By PAUL G. BOGEBS expanding South American mar-
: \> hold the maxim no less applicable to public The EditorTo United States Congressman ket. We are proud to have aver
1 50 institutions of higher learning,
than to private affairs, that honesty is always the The :Florida Council 01 100, one and we know of the progress thatis

\. "bests'policy. the Cla County Crescent: of the most representative groups being made toward the im-

V.' V GEORGE WASHINGTON We have 120 boys that are oi businessmen in our state actively provement and expansion of facilities a
I Dromoting 'ndustrial development for education pur' oses.

trying to steal second base has become known herein We must keep our yes on: this wFR

\ J Good Work rather than stealing hub caps : Washington and elsewhere as progress, and the needs that are

other .jnisdeanor a reliable! contact for national, still to be met. But at the same
off cars, or some -
I.- private and governmental leaders ,time we should no become discouraged

\ The Clay County Chamber of Commerce the municipal offi- but we need the full interested in the growth and de-, 1 the progress seems

support of the G. C. S. area velooment! of: Florida. Along with I slow at times. It isasy to become
cers of Green Cove Springs and last but by no means least, I the Florida Development Commission impatient when we see our

John Preston Hall haave confounded those-not excluding this and the parents of Little and the Honda State Chamber population grow faster than we

League players. of Commerce the Council able with but
newspaper-who have contended that segments of these groups I seem to keep ur ,
I Little League baseball is one represents the business community -I must realize that we are now investing

were opposed to the County's industrial progress. at home ano throughout the '. in the future and our efforts -
They have in fact, pulled the neatest trick of the year. They of :the most dynamic sports country. 'I.I today win put us in good

participated in by boys 8-12 And this is important tc every I stead in the years anead if we
to into the County in
the first industry move
have produced citizen of Florida. The future of will be alert to the challenges 4
years old it helps to prepare
a coon's age. our state depends in large meas- I facing us.

THE CRESCENT has never underrated Sheriff Hall's talents. them to become better citizensby ure on our continued awarenessof Here in Washington. we tie ..,,> ,

teaching self reliance, self our great potential, and our Massachusetts. as the 9tfc largest
THE CRESCENT'S egregious error was in overrating the talentsof jt--
preparedness to po delegation n Congress. Through

his fellowmen who would exile him to some Napoleonic rock assurance and individualityand tential. the leadership of our senior mem- ".....". '. .> J. > .\0..'"'.'- iII 1
still be a team. The Council by leading the at- bers and the diverse interests of !' .' .""< '
off the coast of Africa.As i ::: 1. J. '" ... .'j
The team sponsors and the tention of civic leaders toward all, we find that Florida is repre-

some have said, it takes any business a year to get on the City of G. C. S. and individualshave such problems as higher educa- sented on all the major commit- These children received their first Holy Communion at the Sacred Heart Catholic

track. We made it in 11 months, almost to the day. tion, will pay great dividends in tees in both the House and the Panzer Diana Oliver,
filled the cup but we are Church in Green Cove last Sunday. They are 1 to r., bottom row Tatty ,
I future as our existing and Senate. As the Florida memberon
i We take pleasure in saying "Good work. Congratulations." pleading to the rest of the cIti- new facilities years expand to meet the both the Interstate and For Loretta Rawls, Jill Morley, Terrence La Rue and Anne Cucitl. Top row L to r.. Sister AnnMichelle

zens of the community to help needs of our growing industrial eign Commerce Committee, and Joy Henderson Father Corde, Michael Henderson and Sister Mary Benincasa.

make the cup run over by don- society. the Merchan Marine arc

ating any building material Today Florida stands at the Fisheries Committee, I know

Botitfefcer they feel they can big or small, crossroads. We are often com- well the cooperation between our z

V to facilitate building nest room pared tc the position Californiawas delegation and the various inter-

in some fifteen years ago. ests in Florida.
by DUNCAN GRONERThe facilities at the Little League
Our problems use different, as I It is my belief that with the
Field. Material needed cement I
State Senate has passed a bill which would reduce the ; they always are from sta*c to leadership of Senators Spessard

in Clay and Baker counties blocks, timbers, plumbing pipe state and rom decade to decade. Holland and George Smathers and
pay of the county and fixtures doors and a roll However we can learn mu"b t! from Florida's Congressional Dean Bob \

from $2,400 annually to $180. of a small mesh wire. the West Coast and bOW the Sikes in the House the Florida

According to Clay County Representative S. D. Saunders,, Donations of $10.00 or more citizens there expandea their delegation is in a unique positionto
transportation, educational and be of service to the people of
the bill was introduced in the State Senate by Senator EdwinG. will buy advertising space on industrial services to meet .he Florida, and all the members of

Fraser of Baker County without his knowledge. Mr. Saun- the outfield fence if the donorso needs of a erowing population. our delegation are dedicated to : r--:1,1,
wishes. Information be
may Florida has a good heac starton this purpose.It .
received good deal of mail from
has a
while he
says obtained by calling Mrs. Mas- meeting our needs. We havean is only; through his roir* of

his constituents favoring passage of the bill, whatever he does ters at 284-3371. excellent railroad network. Our cooperation' that Florida cat continue -

with respect to it is likely to hurt him politically. He says fur- Fraizer Bailey highways are being improvea at its spectacular groin ue f ;.wMM -Y4n' G .A.
a rapid rate. We have many fine have met the challenges presented ;
ther that if the bill is enacted into law. he will favor a similar harbors. and Florida Is situatedas IP the past, and I am confidentwill

reduction of the $2,400 annual salary now paid to members of Editr's note: Little Leaguers the sea and air gateway to an I do so in the years ahead.

the ,Clay County board of public instruction. throughout the county may Work on Orange Park new civic center is progressing rapidly. The new library has been I'

There are those who say an annual salary of $2,400 to mem- raise funds by selling subscriptions occupied: : for several weeks, the old library is been carted away and the municipal offices,

to the Crescent. shown above, are expected to be occupied withinr a few weeks. J
bers of both the board of county commissioners and the school

order to attract able men-men who
board is necessary in Taxee A \

do than attend meetings listento Deserlpti.a. !I. T. R. A. Foil. Name Assessed Value Cost
lucrative things to
J more I NOTICENotice Part of NE%, .. .. .. .. .. 22 5 24E 2371 Tommy Stloo= .. . fOl 14.20
minutes of the last meeting read and then labor over the Part of N34 as rec. In
Deed Book U. Page 341 U 5 24E 2314 Nella Mae King .. 10. 4.51
intracacies of running the county or the public school system Part of N% of NW 4 as
is hereby given that on the 3rd day of June, 1963 at Green Cove Springs rec. in Deed Book 109
the board of county Page In & 451 ex. part
Another group says that positions on County of Clay. State of Florida tax sale certificates will be sold on the following de- reeve ID O.R. 51. Page

1 I i commissioners and the school board are pro bono publico and scribed land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same together 30 .. ..... .. .. ..... ... 22 5 :4E 1% 239 John H. Jackson 150 '7.72'
Pt. of N% Of NWy, as
I are as such, positions of honor and public service; that the with all costs of such sale and all advertising. In the lists following S stands for sec- rev In 0.11. l' o. %9.

tion T for Page 332.. .. .. ... U 5 24E 2 391 William T. Dennett. 100 &.04
r ; township R for and A for number of acres.
men involved do not need money and should be honored to ; range Pt. of S5 of 1aW54 as
rec. In O.R. No. 31.
serve the public. Page 4 ... .... ._ 22 5 24E 34 no Willie Lee Jones. 10-0 5.ot
Taxes & Part NWil

.The :whole concept of public service. I think has undergonea Description g. T. R. A. Folio Name Assessed Value Cost edf Book aec.lJ6. 1 I
Lot '7, Kingsley Lake Vll- 20 Page 159 .. .. .. 22 5 24E 2417 Sinclair Jackson.. 1&0 5.04
vast change all over the nation within the past. generation.. lage S/D .. .. .. ..__.. 21 6. 23E 335 Louie L. Wainwright 3000 102.7t" 2 Part of S'V%. ofNW3 as
III Lot 1, Blk. L, Kingsley 20 rec. In Deed Book 102,
considered honor to serve in the military services Lake Village SIDn 83E -.-351 C. D. Downing!,..... .100 4.54.. Pages 372 & 314 .. .. 22 5 24E 2421 Melvin Preeha .. .. 25-0 10.13
It an ; .
was once -
.Lots 10. 1U 12 & 13. Elizabeth ', ... _..: -1 *xV ; Lot 9. Black Creek Shores 23 I.
-.r. ,
k 0 SID .... . 26 5 14E 456 Myron LeFenre .. 590 18.05
i -
Those did Beach & of .
J to wear the uniform of the United States. whq part -1 0. : ( *.* I: e
\ Lot 2, Black Creek Shores 4
SH of SK- of ... ...: .
were paid accordingly. Now the military pay is based on what i rec. in Deed Book NEIL 100.as ,.... .' ". 'i? .... No. Z ...... .. . .. n 5 26E ZItO' Wesley'- .Cooper ... .. 260 9.12
Lots 8 & Black Creek .
;" Page 88 & O.R. No. 2*, -- ",. 9.
these men who are serving their nation would get if they ,t were Page 65 .. .. ... .. .. 6 8 23E 474t Anthony Lazarczyk 1000 36.51 Shores No.2. . ... 23 5 25E 2492 :Albert T1Irnon) ; .. 400 U.70'

working for duPont or US Steel or General Motors. West Crystal 10 Lake ft. of Hts.Lot. .12... 7 8 .%3E'-" 548 .. Wade C. Ellis Jr.... 100 4.54 Lot Sharer 28". "Black.0.. 2 Creek. .. ... ...%3 5 26E 497 10L A. Plunk .. .. .. 5" 11.01
Lot 27 in O.R. No. Lot 33, Black Creek '
as rec. Shorea No. 2 . .. U 5 IE 2199 Oscar Hayes .. ,.. 5-0-0 1I.e&
One of my own earliest impressions goes back to the days Lake 31. Page Hts. %.15..,..Crystal... .. .. 7 8 23E 562 Julian E. Johnson.. '7500 255.59 Lot If.. Black Creek
. ... 26E 500 Mark Green .. .. . 699 11..8
_ soon after the end of the first World War when my father gave : Part of InV Siv as rec. in Lot Shores 35. Black No. 2 Creek .. 23 5 -

t up a highly lucrative law pratice, all of it in the federal courts Deed 420 ex.Book part 101 rec.Page inDeed Shores No. 2 .: .'" %3' 5 1651 501 Thomas A. Smith .. s90 11.85 I
Lo 36, Black Creek
c and not a little before the United States Supreme Court, to 422 .. .Book...*...?101...:..Page.. .. 10 8 23E 20 6U Bernard B. Firth Jr. 400 16.20 Shores No.2.. .... 23 5 2651. 2502 Roy K. Drannon .. 500 lI.es
federal district judgeship at. as I recall. $5,200 a Part of N'V" of QSCyias
accept a
Lot 12 as rec. in O.R. No. 10' rec. In Deed Book 61.
something like 15 or 20 cent of what he had been 1. Page 68. McKay's 11 Page 158 ox. nart rei'
year per S/D 1 .. ... ....... ... 14 8 23B 708 Louis B. Parvin .... 3000 103.22 In 0.1t. No. 50, Page ,J
making as a practicing attorney. But his grandfather had served Lot 7, Parcel 3-A Mc- 116.27' 528... .. .. .. . ... 18 8 24E 2865 Emma J. Rhoden. i4I >>.58
the United. States Supreme Court at about one tenth of Kay's SID .. .... .. ... 807 Malcolm. Pringle.. 3400 Lot t5. 111k. 2. Saunderlee
on Lot 14. Parcel 3-A. as rec. SID . . . .. .. 13 4 2SE 3003 James Eo Garrison. 'SoN 1'.f8
what he could have made practicing law; an uncle in the in O.R. No. 25, Page G. Mahoney... 500 18.58 Part of 4Fq of NE" AS
283. McKay's S/D .. .. 814 Jack ree. in O.R. No. 10. Page
United States Senate and his own father had served many Lot 26, Parcel 3-A. as 492 .. .. ... ... .. .. ... 33 4 25E 8 S136 C. E. Adams .. ..... iiN IM.IS

years (without pay, I am reasonably sure) as mayor of the rec.Page In 214.O.R.McKay's No. SIB 40. 825 Kenneth G. Edwards 500 18.58 Part .of in SES6 O.R.of NW No.% 27 ssroc. ..... I

town in which I was born, and the concept of public service Lot 3, Blk. 1 & Lot 10. '.- Page 35 .. .. .. ... 35 4 25E 1 3212 'Ud State Co. .. ... 2tM S.U
Blk. 3 as rec. in O.R. Pert o Gov. Lot 1 as rec.in .
was a deeply inbued one. He regarded it as a distinction and No. 45. Page 29. Sandy Oft. No. 22. Pe I
to the public (for myself, at the age of 9. Shores 2 .. . .. 10 8 23E 835 Nellie M. Riddell.... 2000 69.86Lot 11)9 e. nt. r- in 0.11.
an opportunity serve 4, Blk. 1 & Lot 9. No. 49. Page 190 . .. 26 4 25E 3319 D. F. Crltte-nden ... 31M 11.11
I thought that if my old man was a judge we'd all have tot Blk. 3, Sandy Shores 2 10 8 23E 836 Amile C. Freidlin... 2400 82.41 Part of Gov Lot 1 as rein
I Lot 66 to 69 ino, BI k. P. 0.11. No. U. Pare 131) 26 4 25E 1310 James E. Barre Une 1000 SI.ll
move to the Jail-where I got that one I don't know but Many Lakes S/D .. 14 8 23E 932 E. V. Sutton ....... 100 4.54 LoA 44 .45 & 46, J1.1l''t:, I
took a dim view of it until someone straightened me out on it.) Farms 3'. 40. 41 & 42 as o ;. Lake
\ rec. in O.R 29. I'age 56 S/n as rem" In 0.11. No. et a 25
If a member of either board needs $2,400 a year, it is not ex. part rec. in Judgment 11. Page 413 . . 39 4 25 3511 George B. Sp.eeer .. Mil 2'1.4'
doesn't Leln record No. Lots 1 & S, lllk. i. Doc- 26 4 25tors I
likely that he is a man of ability. Contrariwise, if he 1. Page 193. & Plat No. Lake states SID 39 4 2i ::15-31 J. R. Shuman ...... 400 14..78 I
need the $2,400 annual pay, it may be that he has more press- 6. Page 32 . .... 16 8 23E 11 936. Bernard P. Parrish., 500 20.08 Lot 12 as rec. In U.R. l'' o. 2 i N I
Lot 1 to 9 inc. Loch 4' 5,5SI
48, Page i11, Oak Park 41 I
ing things to do than to take off iLalf a day every month to Lommond S/D 16 8 23E 940 Bernard P. Parrish.. 4200 143.35 . . 43 5 2i nn John 11. Marud .. 1. 41.28 '
of the Lots 19, 11 & 12.: Loch V Part of' Lot i'as rec. InDeed .
the vital businesss
attend these meetings at which Lommond SID .. .. 16 8 23E 941 Bernard P. Parrish.. 1350 46.86 Book No. 1,8(
county must be discussed and resolved.It Lots 13 to 33 inc.. Loch Page 253 . .. .. 5 iE 9 3712 R. W. M4.kty" ... .. 660 n'.lt
Lommond S/D . . 16 8 23E ..942 Bernard P. Parrish.. 6800 204.29 Part of Lot 5 as rec. In
seems to me that there are weaknesses in both these ar- Part of SWK as rec. in Deed Hook No.1". .
J OR. No. 50. Page 312. 17 8 23E 974 Harry H. Hazen.. 200 7.92 Page . .. 9 5 2iE 3111 .JayV.WI-t..er..... 1M036.51
guements: that a $2.400 annual salary is necessary to attract Lots 9 & 10. Tower Hill 5000 Lots 41, 42 4k.4 asrec. in \

able to these two boards and. on the contrary, that the SID . . . . 17 8 23E 983 Robert H. Jackson.. 9&0 34.33 0n. No. I, Page/ 69.
Farms 38 & 43 ex. part Rio Blanca Ht8. SID. .. 9 5 iE US Charles IL Robins. 1800 fl.59
work they do is worth only $180 a year. rec. in Deed Book 69. Lot 3 & Lot e 1%. 240fL '
4. : I
Page 59 & Plat Book of Lot :; N'j4of
The fact is that in the administration of the affairs of the No. 6. Page 32 .. 17 8 23E 10 1000 Bernard P. Parrish.. 400 15.70' S% lying N. of Co. Rd 10 Ii %iE:1% Z7Ci Larue Corp. ........ 4iN 164,0 I IAn
divided. The first rule Part of SWK as rec. InDeed Sec. 11 lying S. of
and responsibility are
county authority Book 109. Page Black Creek and W. of
of command in any of the military services is that authority and 155 .. .. . ... .. .. 17 8 23E 1005 Ward Price ... ..._ 500 18.58 Bradley's Creek ex. pLSS
divided. Lot 7. Bay circle SiD.... 17 8 23B 1039 Ralph E. Danson.. 2000 63.36 of graded rd. & part xrec.
responsibility must not be In 0.11. No. 43.
Part O.R.of No.,V 7 SL, Page as rec.653.in. 18 8 23E 1195 Donald S. Lawrence. 200 '7.92Lot Page 19 .. . .. .. 11 5 2iE to un Larue Corp.. .. ...... 2100 It.41
other counties of the -JO
in Clay as in most Part of Tracts 4 & 7. Blkw t
However ,
11 as rec. in O.R. No. 23E 1275 Wilma C. Todd ... 2700 93.07
the authority is in the hands of the board of commissionersand 42. Page 199, South 2i & part of Tract 4.45 i 26E I
In Deed U
Blk. 26
as rec.
No.1. 18 8 I'
the responsibility lies mostly in the hands of the board's Part Shores of NV S/D% as rec. in Book No. U. Page Ui, U :5; 2n san Paean JL Hopkins.. '3M.Ill.."
Deed Book 88. Page 115 20 8 23E 1321 Ha Jean Harris... 800 2323 F1a. Farm Land Co. ...40 '
clerk. Park 0 Part of Tracts 1. I & 9.Blk. .
Lot Ridgefield
the adoption of a county manger S/D 1 . . . . 31 8 23B 1569 Louise Edwards .... 2000 68.86 45 all ree. In Deed 3t V
The solution. I submit lies in Part of SWK as rec. inDeed Book n. Page n, Fla 40 5 25E

form of government. The $11.100 saved if this Fraser full bill & O.R.Book No. 10 54,, Page Page 372 521 32 8 23B23B 1652 Robert L. Rozear ... 4000 137.08 Co.Farm. .Land. . . .. .. 4'45 5l1E: UO' E. E. Cray......... 301 lU1
county manager Part of NEST as rec. In
would for a competent
Is passed; pay Part of SEA as rec. in tlZH
0.11. No. 34, Page
authority to transact the county's business-but always responsible Deed Book 52. Pages. .. 8 44 1662 Lillian A. Wright... 4000 137.08 art 0.11. No.
325 & 72. Page 367 33 : age 71. :. .: 14. I 2551 2tU Durham ArHne ..... Mt 5.If
of commissioners. Part .f S% of NEK as
to the board county ... V Part of NE% as reoc. InDeed
in O.R. No. 30,
Senator Fraser seems to be aiming rec. . .. .. 34 8 23E 1714' Joseph W. Har'Ufield.UOO ,35.51. Book No. U, Page
(which Page 447
Office .
l Such an 290 . . u... 14 I ZSE !Stat Bert Hocks .. ..... Hit 1.01
) could act as well as an. Part of WH of SWIG as V NE'4 In
County Part of
but not in Clay RS roe.
at In Baker. county in dealing with new industry. This is Page rec. in 127 Deed. .Book. .. .. .73. .. 34 8 23E .' 1737' Lillian A. Wright... 500> ;18.58. 0.11. No. 45. Page 14t.. 11 6 ZSE _. JU' Thomas Huggins' : .. 3011 '..Ie
the '"' Vrec.
agent for Tart of SEK of SEK as Part of NE%. ss ree. In
I believe, the county can function properly and in OR No. 47, Page O.R.No. 47, Page 307.. 11 6 2.51 un Wlttle James
the only way, bill is passed and I would bet it win 648 . . :. .. .. 26 4 :IE'H'. 1969 Jimmy B. McLendon 50 .J.U :-:'! Troutm.&a ........ 290 'l'.U
progressively if the Fraser Part of SE K of SE% as V Part of "W'as ree. I.
Deed Book No. 11. Page C'0
I in Deed Book No.
be passed. rec.103. Page 513 ... ... 26 4 24E 1971 Avnor Hatcher ..... 50 3.35 212 .. . . . ... .. 11 '6 J5E 4001 Julius Benton .... JoN 1t.11
I Lot 18 as rec. in O.R. No Part of NEt1 of NW14 a.aree.
in Deed Book No.
PUBLISHED EVKKV: THIIIt n.lY Acres 16. Page Unit No.294.1 .Lazy. 11 S 24E 24>48 David Waters' u.... in lLSI 32. Page 1', eL:: part to '
Lot 22. Lazy Acres Unit B. Holland .. .. ... U 1 25E 1 ,4111 Mattie, HeNaRd ..... $4 5.1t
BYCRESCENT Oi . .. .. 11 5 24E 2051 N. R. :Majoretal.., 1500 51." Part of NE14 as 'I'ee. Iii -
Part of GOT. Lot 8 as rec.in 0.& No. ZI Page 102.. U 6 ss un R.fu Holland ... .. I" 4.U
PRESS. INC. O.R. No. 26. Page 321 11 5 24E 2067 George W. Roberts.. 200 '7.92 Part of NE'44 &II ree. In .
Green Core S .rln.s.. Florid Lot I 5 as rec. in O.R. No. 0.13. No. U, Page 340.. 11 6 :5E 5 UU Durham ArHae ..... 1M C.ft
44. Page 208. Black 11Creek SE'4 of 8E4 of :--W14 &
.. Phone 284-316S V Estates SID . 12 5 24E 213X Norman B. Storehouse 800 28.72 part of NE14 of SW1as ,"
':i. ., Part of Gov. Lot 2 as rec.. ree. In O.R. .No. U.
in Deed Book No. 106. Page 1'71' ex pt rec. In
N At ITORIAIA Page 29 . ..._: 14 5 24E X254 James W. Harvey... 1500 52.44 0.21. No. 42. Page U.
of 7 as In No. 15 4i No.
Lot Page
Part rec.
TI O.R. No. 49. Page 281.. 14 S 24E 2284 Fro Frisbee ..... ... 200SOOO 7.9X 47, Page' n. .. ... .. .. I 4 JlE I un ),fission Village' -Ina 2110.. U.1I
Part of NEST as rec. In 8% of NE14 of NEB( of
Deed Book 85. Page NW'f as rec. B.No. .
3M. OR. No. 12. Pajre 29. Page Il .?:.. t 4 fU 6 un Nth F lorida LandI6
222. 36 Page 543 oft 545 22 S X4BA4E 2318 George W. Roberta. 2000 ".11. ........ ILC'

EDITOR: ..___ .N .......NNNNN.N.N Duncan Gronei Part NKH of as SWK rec.of In SWK O.R. No.of Part of. No.Tract J1. A PaP as ree.51%.InO.R. 6 4 U8 42. IL B. Clark .. ...... 300 .HI..t

GENERAL MANAGER _...____......................-........ Eugene EozaEnured Part 44. Page of NEt 194 as.. .rec.. .In. 22 5 '0- 2336. George Roberts uu- 1500 52.44 Lot O.R 16. No.BIke 23.3 as Page ree.432.Meadowbrook in. -

Deed Book 107. Page Unit No.
aa second Class Muter July 15. us:. at the Post Office. 110 .. ..... .. ..ree.... .In. 22 5-" *X4K: 2 2344 James Reese ....... 'I"5.11.. -..'.#. Lot 1 T**Bliiii' ass Vecl"In t 4266. Harry S E. Whftfleld. 4000! 117.51
Part of NEK as
Flonda under the Act of March S. 1897. O.R. No. 37. Page ,516..
Ol'.a.o..e 6seaai CJaaa ...t..e paid .* Or e. Covo 8.rtm' ... Ft* Deed& 103 Books Pare 66.278 Page ex. V Meadowbrook UnlfJCo.X .

37 part rec.,In Deed Book ..................... _- 4411 Susan W/'Kohler 4000 137.53
SUBSCRIPTION. BATES 6?. Par 474 ft 110. .
Continued On rap I

I One .Year-In advance ..... S40 Page 126 .. .... .... .? 22 5 24E! t.2350 Frank PrNhaZit. .1.J2



Qltay{ ffiounty drtsttnt PAGETHBEE

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I f Green Cove Socials I The B.B.P.P.O.O.DOES Does MEET held their Chaney's Little Leaguers VICE GCS PRESIDENTSOF BANK ATTENDN. food freezers.NEUMANBRAWNFor households Frigidaire equipped divi-with

regular meeting May 7 at 8 ; A. B. W., INC.
sion of General Motors has
f After a week's vacation between -'Immler of Silver Spring. Md., o'clock at the Elks Lodge. At Mrs. Clara Chesser and Mrs. developed a new refrigeratorwith
trimesters. Win for d who returned home last week. this meeting due to the resignation -
I Ruth Geiger vice presidents of 96 per cent of its capacity
Franklin has returned to Flori- of junior counselorMrs.
.for normal temperature refrigerated -
the Bank of Green Cove
da State University to begin Mr. and Mrs. James Bullock Barbara Geiger. becauseof I food storage and four

his junior year. While he was and family of Gainesville were ill health, a special installation Springs are scheduled to attend per cent for ice service.

home. Winford and his mother. weknd visitors with Mrs. Bullock's of the junior counselor x .t the regional conference of witha
a The new refrigerator
Mrs. Vera Franklin spent a Mr. office held along with installations s 1
brother and wife. was the National Association of total capacity of about 14-
weekend in Lake Wales to en- and Mrs. Leonard Murphy and for subsequent va-
Bank-Women. Inc., at Jekyll cubic-feet is equipped with a
joy the Passion Play. Cypress family. Mr. Murphy's mother. cancies. one-half
Island on May 23-26. small freezer of about
Gardens and other attractions. Mrs. O. L. Murphy of Dothan. Officers installed were. Jun- cubic foot.

Ala. returned home the first ior counselor Mrs. Mamie Lki The conference embraces the Neumann-Brown Hardware

Mr. and Mrs. AJ Garragues inter Mrs. Frieda nine states of Georgia
of the wek after a two weeks Priest guard Alabama Frigidaire dealer in Green Cove

returned last week from Or- visit here. Chancey outer guard. Mrs. Florida. Kentucky. North announced that this unique :re-
lando where they spent the Mandy Rogers of Orange Park v
Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi frigerator is being shown for
past three weeks. Mrs. Verna Argo spent the 2 year trustee Mrs. Leis Christie Louisiana, and Tennessee. first time in this localit, in

weekend in Jacksonville with and attendant Mrs. Dawn They \have a membership of their showroom at 8 W. Walnut
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pierce McCormick.
Mr. and Mrs.
her son and wife. Street.
850 bank
I and grandchild of Columbus. Malcolm Mrs. Mattie Dunlay. deputy over women execu-
Argo. I tives. The lias been
Ohio spent the weekend with I supreme president of the Jacksonville i program ar-
I ranged regional
Mr. Pisrce's aunt. Mrs. J. V. Beach Drove was the .iy 4 YE
Mrs. A. B. Rutherford of f1 I: 'k j. br9
I presidents-Southern, Mrs. Mildred CHURCH
McConnell. last installing officer. She was assisted -
Zephyr Hills. Fla. spent I muller, assistant vice-pre Vermont Ave.
wek here with her nephew.. by Harriet Knott and sident of The First National Green Core Springs
i Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Weigand Mr. J. L. McCormick and fam- Mrss Katie Young, past state Bank of
enjoyed a two weeks visit from ily. president served as chaplain. Memphis,Tennessee.and

I Mr. Weigand's aunt Mrs. John There were quite a numberof Southeastern Mrs. Caroline M. You have a
Beaver assistant cashier of the Special Invitation
Dorothy Milberger has been guests / .4 M
State Bank & Trust
Company attend
CHURCH NOTICE: elected president of the Starke sonville Beach Drove.
Greenwood South Carolina. Church and Sunday School
Business and Professional After the meeting the group

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Women's Club. She will be installed enjoyed refreshments. Hostesses BOTTOM L. to R ton Mike Sloan. Ewart Miller. TOP ROW L. o R. Delegates will be formally
welcomed Sunday School 9:45 .m.
were Mrs. Dorothy Milber- by W. H. Sigman.
SOCIETYCor. at a dinner meeting Allen Thomas John Kenneth, Mike Mitchell. Paula
Kermit Fred
Hayes. Llnsley. Manager. I
ger Mrs. Wanda Novack and mayor of Brunswick; J. L. Gil- Preaching a.m.
E. Houston St. & May 23rd in Starke. Mrs. Mil- Jennie Carswell. Ronnie Thomas. Dennis Wright 3rd ROW L. o R. Jean LansIey bat boy and iss. Jr.. president of Georgia Sunday Kite Serv. 7:00 p.m.

N. Magnolia Ave berger has recently been elect- Jim Bovine. Aaron Miller, Bob Martin. Wright Mascot. Bankers Association; and Doug- Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m.

j GREEN COVE SPRINGS ed and installed as recording Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. 2nd ROW L. to R. Brian Wright. Clinton Miller.Ralpn las D. Barnard Jr.. executive Pastor, Rev. J. C. Mynor I
secretary for District Three. B.
} FLORIDA and P. Women.Mr. Reed spent Mother's Day with Cecil Buckhalter Joey HorFred Linsley HL photo by Gene Koza secretary to the Governor of Phone--EV 0.5830This

heir daughter. Mrs. Harold Georgia.
Services held Sundayat Williams and family in Palat- GREEN COVE
11 a.m. and Mrs. Harry Cressy ka. LITTLE LEAGUE SCHEDULE .

returned Sunday after a weeks P. M. 7:30 P.M
l 5:30
A cordial invitation is extended
vacation at Astor. Fla. They
An interesting fact has been Visitors Home Visitors Home
to attend our services. I also visited Mrs. Cressy's sisterat
i Cafe Standard Cities Service'
called to our attention con- May 16 Revels Motors n. Ohaney's w. Week's
Holly Hill. cerning the trip to Washingtonmade May 17 Revels Motors vs. J. P. Hall Coca Cola w. Chaney's Cafe

recently by some mem- May 21 Revels Motors vs. Standard Oil Chaney's Cafe"S,. Cities Service

bers of the senior class of Clay i May 23 Coca Cola vs. J. P. Hall Revels Motors vs. Cities Service

i High School: each one who May 24 Standard Oil n. Coca Cola haney's Cafe vs. .. .P. Hall BONUSBUYS

We Sell went earned the money for the May 28 Chaney's Cafe VB. Standard Oil J. P. Hall vs. Cities Service ;

trip. There were no fund rais- May 30 Revels Motors n. Coca Cola Standard Oil 'ft. J. P. HaD

V0 ing projects nor requests for May 31 Cities Service vs. Coca Cola Revels Motors w. Chaney's Cafe

We Service donations. W e congratulatethese June 4 J. P. Hall VB. Revels Motors Cities Service vs. Stalnda.rd Oil

gens young people on their in June 6' Standard Oil V'S.' Revels Motors Chaney" Cafe 'WI. Coca Cola a

...,... itiative. June 7 Chaney's Cafe TS. Cities Service Coca -Co1a n. J. P. HaJJ
June 11 Coca Cola w. Standard Oil Cities Service w. Coca Cilia,

i SPRING MOTORSGreen Unit 98 of the LAFRA will June 13 J. P. Hall vs. Obaoers Cafe

meet May 21 at 8 o'clock at the

+ club house. Nominations for officers OLDSMOBILE ANNOUNCES duced in the entire year of THREE CONVENTIONSFOR
Cove Sprints Phone 284-9209 I will be held and all are AIRCONDmONING 1953. In the 1963 model yearso JEHOVNAH'S WIT \ Plus Valuable Plaid Stamps j

urged'to attend. far. over 100,000 Oldsmobileshave
INCREASEJust The presiding minister of
1 been built with air con-
Gren Cove Springs unit of Je-
ten years ago. Oldsmo- ditioning.The sharpest increasein
Let Us Handle Your bile introduced one of PropertyHomes announced last
night "It will
air conditioning -
fully integrated series where usage of air conditioning -
available in an be three conventions instead of
systems is up 62 per cent over
two for the United States this
8,000 customers -
Rentals American car. Over last year.
--Acrewpill The
year. announcement from
ordered this new acces-
J In addition to air conditioning -
the Watchtower Bible and
many other accessories
sory.Today, more Oldsmobiles are have greatly contributed to the Tract Society Convention sponsor -
NOTARY came as a surprise to the
conditioning in a
built with air
comfort, convenience and safe-
I T PUBLIC single month than were pro- ty of both driver and passen- congregation."The .
: ruly bring I State of Fla. I Polo Grounds will not 49c

a, At Large ROOM AND BOARD gers.For example. Hydra-Matic be available for our use since 1 Ib. BAG

Results DESIRED drive introduced by Oldsmo- the new stadium for the New I
York Mets baseball club is not I
Young. man desires room bile in 1939. was the first fully- "
1 completed. Mr. Greene said.
meals days in a atomatic transmission offeredto
and two a
"Due to limited faculties in
Wilda T. Russell private home In the public. Its popularity
New York it became necessaryto 1.45
Green Cove Springs. among Oldsmobile customers
t REAL ESTATE include Milwaukee with New 3 Ib. BAG
Quiet. Highest references. has grown steadily to the point "
York and Los Angeles. he add-
800 ORANGE AVE.., N. Ph. 284-9481 GREEN COVE SPRINGS Write Box D, where over 99 per cent of all
full-size Oldsmobiles produced ed.A
The Crescent crowd of 45,000 is expectedin
today are equipped with this
.. County Stadium for the Mil
-- transmission.
waukee meeting. The majorityof SUPER RIGHT FULLY COOKED SHORT
While the popularity of all the will be
; Oldsmobile accessories has increased traveling to Milwaukee according

greatly the number to Mr. Greene for the
.., .' :.. :" .. available to the customers has
:"" : :.
::: >':.:,;:"".'00'" .. ':.:".. ..... .. 8-day gathering which will be

t'..... ., '. .:.- ...1 also risen sharply. held June 30-July 7.

.,. t
N ,
;::",. '> '.. .. -:
'j : Phone 284-6711 12 TO 16 Ib AVG.39c .
& /
Not thru Fri. one show only! TANK

Cox: office o!'ens 7:15 p.m.

Feature Begins ':15 p.m. SERVICECleanouts .

Sat.-Sun.. 2 p.m. continuous LB.

1 \ Phone 284-6711 a a Repairs

Thors. FrL &; Sat.

May 16, 17. 18 InstallationsORANGE
Howard Keel


also 284-3860


.+:': 284-5611 POTATOE1O
:'<: Jackie Gleason
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Sun. Mon. &; Tues. Call JacksonvilleSP
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You don't really need Wide-Track. unless you drive a car. SWEETBIRD Paul: Newmaa OF YOUTH

Wide-Track Pontiac

$ Carroll Baker

-> May %Z. 23, 24 Free Estimates

Anne Bancroft AMASOH'SComplete Prices in this ad are effective through Saturday HaT I

COMING Septic Tank 18th. 115 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Sprints Fla. I ITHURSDAY'HAy'16

Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Fla. DT. No" I Service


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Soc'i- L.KUAL. AUIICKNotice OP PAGE -.. _.. .. -
I Park I Events OfGirl The WeekOrange

Orange is hereby given that OP GARDEN CLUB ....-.._..._..
Scout Court of Awards Park Clvitarvs. Tues
the Clay County Zoning Com- I The Garden Club of Orange I ,
Mr and Mrs. Raymond Kin- mater. Brenau College. They mission will hold a Public 3 Park hosted the District 4 Presidents Thuursday May 16. at 7 pjn. day May 21, at 7 pjn. at Char-
singer are the proud parentsof also stopped off at Athens to I at the Lions Club.
Hearing on Thursday May 30. Conference of the Flo- lie's Restaurant.
their first child, a daughter, visit Mrs. Mildred Bergh. Presbyterian Women's Meeting -I
1963, at 8 o'clock pan in the rida Federation of Garden
who was born at St. Vincent's .. Monday May 20. at 7:30 i Doctors Inlet PTA TuesdaY
County Commission Chambers tlw Clubs on May 10. at the Lions
Hospital on May 9. The baby, Linda Lee Ricker, daughterof at Park
:bers of the Clay County Courthouse Club. pjn. Orange Presbyterian :May 21. at 7:30: pm. at the
named Kimberle Suzanne, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ric- Church. school.
weighed 5 lb. 8 oz. at birth. ker of Frog Hollow Rd.. is home Green Cove Springs. District 4 director Mrss. T. J.

for the summer from her studies Florida for the purpose of ., Williams of the Orange Park
hearing objections if any. to Club presided at the business I The I
Mrs. Walter G. Odum has da in at the Gainesville.University of Flori- the amendment of the Clay zf sessions. The meeting opened Early DaysEver
been a patient at St. Vincent'sHospital
County Zoning Regulations
as with invocation
an by the Rev.
for diagnostic tests. Follows wondered what Clay the Creeks which opened up
... Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wesleyof Don Nichols of the Orange County was like way back when the eastern third of the coun-
Article VI, Section 36, shall
Park Methodist Church andreetings
Stowe Ave. went to Jessup. -before ancestors for
your ever ty settlement by those
Mrs. Stuart Ralph of Kings- be amended to read-Min- from Walter
Georgia this weekend to visit ? Mayor thought of coming to the "new brave enough to risk a scalp-
ley Ave. had a extra happyMothers' imum Size of Lots. No residence Odum. Luncheon was served to
his mother on Mothers' Day. rya world." ing. This treaty mentions Colville's -
Day on Sunday, with or building shall
the 238 ladies attending.The .
They also went on a brief trip
In those days Clay Countywas plantation on Black
her son Stuart Ralph Jr. be constructed on a lot or
to celebrate their wedding an- principal speaker Mrs. Creek but it is
sparsely inhabited by wild not known whe-
home from his Army duty sta- parcel of land haaing a total -
tion at Ft. Bragg N. C., and niversary. area of less than five Frank Hewlett of Miami. Presi- animals the Timucua Indians I ther this was an English plan-

her daughter Mrs. Jack Hud- thousand (5,000) sq. ft. in dent of the Florida Federationof and a few billions trees. The tation as the name would indi-

dleston, accompanied by her SCHOOL PRESENTS. subdivisions s bow n on Garden Clubs followed the" Spanish traveled through now cate or an already established

husband also home for the MAY FESTIVALIn plats recorded before De- i theme of "Beginning Together. and then on their way to their Spanish one.During .
Mrs. Charles A. Blanchard of
weknd with her parents. gala array of spring color cember 30. 1945. and not mission sites and even stablihs- the American Revo-

and festivity the Drs. Inlet less than seventy-five hun- Pensacola. first vice presidentof ed Fort Pupo to protect the lution there was an influx of

Miss Debbie Merritt daughter Elementary School presentedits dred 7.500 sq. ft., with a the Florida Federation Together Picolaa ferry. Then the English Georgia loyalists and their
spoke Planning
on -
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Merritt, May Festival on May 10th. minimum width of sixty Mrs. Carroll O. Grif- frolicked around a bit drove slaves into east Florida. Some

received the Bowler of the Year Highlighting the programwas (60)) ft. measured along t! fin of;Jacksonville Beach the Spainiardss off and per of them settled in the Doctor's
second -
Award in the Ramona Bantam crowning of the May king the front building restric- LIONS CARNIVALOne suaded their Creek and Semin- Lake area. It is supposed that

League for the greatest improvement and queen and presentation of tion line in subdivisions of the most popular attractions at vice president spoke on" ole allies to do the same for I:,they simply assumed squatters
Planning Together
in bowling during the court of princes and prin- shown on plats recorded last Saturday's Lions carnival was the golf and Mrs. Herbert A. Frink of; the Timucua. By 1728 after 'rights to the area for there are

the year. Eight-year-old Deb- cesses. In elaborate pomp and after December 30, 1945. cart which competed with the ponies as "the- Miami corresponding harrassment from all sides I Ii ]I no existing records of land

bie averaged 31 more pins per ceremony the king and queen and in no event shall a,lot ride-of-the-day." Shown above seated on Beach i most of the Timucua had gone 'grants made at this time. These
secretary, spoke on "Gardening
game than in the previous sea- took their place under a floral having more than thirty the floor of the cart is young Brian Smith. Information Together. Mrs. to dwell with the great spirit II I settlements were not permanent

son. arch of honeysuckle and roses. (30) per cent of its area Behind him on the driver's seat. L tor., are: George :Stephens of the Orange and their Creek brethren were for in another session of
Folk dances which are an integral occupied by structures be established on their lands. fruit-basket-turn-over the area
Eugene Nix. Steven Lee Smith and Carrol Nix. Park Club spoke on "Garden I I
part of the physical edu- used for residential The English were the cur- was again ceded to Spain in
Douglas Halford is home on pur- Directly behind them L to r.. are: Jane All- Therapy," and a trio of the
leaave after 13 months Army cation program of the school poses. Every lot used for red and Alethea Crutchfield. Kevin Smith Is Magpies senior high school rent rulers of the roost in 1765 1783.

duty in Korea. He and his wife, were then presented by the residential purposes shall standing behind them. circle sang the garden club's when a treaty was made with Permanent settlement o f

the former Sherry Reid, are various classes. Among them have a rear yard with an "Litterbug Song." Clay County began with this

spending his leave with her were the highland fling the areaa of at least twenty- WOMEN'S .CLUB :. period. The largest grant is toa

parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim mexican hat dance and our five (25) per cent of the A y; Among the guests were: Mrs. Tr George J. F. Clark. This
At their May meeting the Jack W. Dunlap of Orange s.t Js i.
Held of Elbow Rd. Doug will own Virginia reel. total lot area. Unless the grant includes the present site

next be stationed at Camp Very inspiratioal was the plumbing system on such Orange Park' Women's Club Park retiring president of the of Green Cove Springs. SouthBla.ck

Stewart' In Georgia. beauty and precision with land is connected to a san- elected Mrs. John B. Stoude- Florida Federation; Mrs. Arthur of Creek there was an-
which the braiding the mire, president for the coming Coe. editor of the "Florida Gar- other
) may- itary sewer other than sep- grant to F. M. Arrendondo -
Mrs. George Morrison and pole, was done by the third tic tank with drain fields, year. dener;" Mrs. Daniel T. Crisp s t At' !, in which Moses F. Levy subsequently -

Mrs. Mildred Byers went to grade girls during1 the maypole the minimum lot area required Also elected'at this final bus- publicity chairman of the Jack- I obtained an inter-

Gainesville, Georgia for they dance. At the conclusion: shall be fifteen iness meeting of the year were: sonville Garden Club; Miss < 6r !est. North and South of the

May Day 'Fete 4 t their alma the P.T.A. so\ refreshments" Ao thousand ((15.000): sq.' ft.; first vice president and pro- Cathy Sample president of the I forks of Black Creek were
all. / I gram chairman. Mrs. Lee Dun- University Garden Club; Mrs. '
provided however, with a grants owned by A. Brennanand
1 :, "' / W. S. McCullough of the Palatka : rit
__ septic tank,installation approved can: second vice president and Gabriel Priest. In 1790
OP PAGE -.. -. .. Club Miss.Mary Noble Dis-
.r the social chairman. Mrs. Kenneth ; Orange ;Part was the site of
by ',County
LIONELLAS. ELECT .... .... .... trict World Gardening Chairman -
YOU ARE DRIVING Health Officer the mini- fI W. Archibald; recording secretary Laurel GGrove plantation own-
Foshee. Sr. x
Mrs. O.
Mrs. Austin Drinkwater was mum lot area required ; Mrs. Luther Elliott; corresponding ; pre- ed Zephaniah Kingsley
I CY Mi 1I om lkt L C.e sident of the Mandarin Club
re-elected president of the .-k aUND! shall be ten thousand secretary," Mrs. R. ; : plantation. That same year

Orange Park Lion lla$ for a (10.000) Sq: ft. 3 D. Katibah;' treasurer, Mrs. Miss Patty Green president of George Fleming received a

second year 'at 'last week's t Article (VII 'seCtion 4. Pa- Frank A. Pedroni; parliamentarian the Wrens Junior Gardeners of grant in the Hibernia area.

meeting of the club. ragraph 4.2, shall be Mrs. George W. Law- Orange Park; and Miss Martha I! Florida was ceded to the United -
Graves president of the Wrens.
Other officers elected were: W amended to rea d-Minimum head; and auditor Mrs. HoytB. I States in 1821 and procedures -

vice president Mrs. Robert Lot Area with Approved Cotney. Mrs. J. F. Schaeffer presi- : were begun to examine

Belyea; secretary Mrs. Carrol Memberss of the Women's dent-elect of the Orange Park
Septic Tank Instal- The Rev. Roy Timberlake, I the Spanish land grants. In
Nix; and treasurer, Mrs. A. B. Club voted to donate a $50 Club was in charge of arrangements -
lation 10.000 sq. ft. (each pastor of the Bellair Baptist 1849 they got around to finishing -
Weathers. 1 scholarship to Orange Park for the meeting; Mrs. I
remaining paragraph in chapel holds his son, Harris up the survey. This
During the business meeting High for Awards Day. They Harley Broom food; Mrs.
this section to be renum- on his shoulders as he says opened the lands to private
plans were completed for the bered accordingly) have also donated a card file Charles Cibula. Jr., registration the invocation at the ceremonies entry. Meanwhile the Semin-

preparation of the ham din- Article Vm. Section 4, Pa- '.111/y1:'l11T k.. with engraved donor plaque tote ; Mrs. E. C. Liles decora- oles began a war and things

ner served by the Lionellas at When you fail to notice that ragraph 4.1. s h all be new Orange Park Public Li- tions; Mrs. C. T. Abbott. Sr., were again in a turmoil.

last Saturday's Lions Club other drive and pedestrians are amended to read-Mini- ftuv'. brary. It seems worth noting corsages; and general assis- Fort Heilman was built at
Carnival. Mrs. Jim Reid was using bizarre and dangerous mum Lot Areaa. that for many years the Women's tants were Mrs. E. M. Mallory CARD OF THANKS
the forks of Black Creek atI
in charge of the dinner with tactics in order to avoid being a With Approved Club supported, and ran Mrss. Gordon Sandridee Mrs.E. The family of Ruter Williams :i
victim of your driving mistakes. r' I I this time and served as a general -
R. Mims Mrs. O. S. Braddock would like to
Mrs. Zachary Martin as ticket Water and Sewer Fa i the only Public Library in express army supply depot. The
chairman. AlUtatt In* Co. Safety Cnuadt :Orange Park. Jr.. and Mrs. James their appreciation for the
cilities. 7.500 ft.
town of Whitesville now appears -
b. With Approved During this year the club has Crowl. thoughtfulness of their many on the map. It is not

Septic Tank Installa- 5. ;r also donated a wheel chair and friends during their recent be-
known if the town was there

tion 10.000 sq. ft. of Park purchased an aluminum walkerfor O.P. PAGE u... _. -.. reavement. before the fort was built or if
Bank Orange
COTNEY TIRE SERVICE c. Without Water and has recently a clock-termome- the Clay County Public: OP LIONS ..-.... ........ .... "...... it was founded by settlers seek-
or Sewer Connections Health Nursing Advisory! Council CARD OF THANKSMrs. ing military protection. How-
ter which gives time, temperature 25 is the date set for
15,000 sq. ft. Inc. loan closet. May : a
it is the
ever only settlement
and has a bulletin board Stacey Geiger has returned -
Article IX. Section, 4. Paragraph couny-wide voter registration in the area that appears on an
under the thermometer. PLEASE PUT ....... drive sponsored by the Orange from Clay Memorial
Tire 4.1. s h a 1 1 be : 1846 :Middleburg
Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size Hospital and wishes to thank map. appeared -
amended to readMinimum Orange Park Town Commissioner Park Lions Club. !
-. as a flourishing community
i iDist. her friends for the many cards
Lot Area for Single- Herbert Morris wishesto On that date, the registra- before 1858 and Whitesville
... and flowers
-r', .Miller Tires-: A\itoli'e Batteries j Family Residencesa. DOG II remind all residents of..tions books will be at the later disappeared.

With Approved :Orange Park, when paying Orange Park Town Hall for the The population of Clay Coun-

.. Water and Sewer Fa- .their monthly trash collectionfee. convenience of all those wish- LM.\NOTIO5: ; ty at the outbreak of the War

Cor. Park and'King: Jacksonville, Fla. cilities, 7,500 sq. ft. RACING I to be sure to include the ing to register. To be eligible a Between the States was 1914.

b. With Approved street address with the fee. person must have been a resi- LEGAL NOTICEAs Not a very large number is it*

.'::- KV; 0-3027 or EV 4-0191 rAND Septic Tank Installation There has been. some diffi- dent of Clay County for at of this date. May' S, 1963.I Clay County has grown Quitea

10.000 sq. ft. (Nightly except Sunday culty in idtenttiyin the sisma-_ least 6 months. Another reminder will not be responsible for any bit since then and will continue -

c. Without Water and Thru June 1)) atures on checks sent in payment will be published next debts made by anyone other to grow. It owes a lot to

or Sewer Connections, and the clerk is in doubt week and transportation will than myself. its early settlers who were cour-

: 15.000 sq. ft. PLAY as to what account is being be provided for those who needit. Ottis C. Chesser ageous enough to brave the

_. ,' I.N :, ., All parties in interest and I paid. May 9, 16, 23, & 30, 1963 i wilds and found a county
**- .- ,J. citizens shall have an oppor- the fabulous BIG "Q" -
/ tunity to be heard at said time
I :; ; : ORANGE PARK' .and place.


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RINEHART Just one check: mark Keystone MET MAY 8th
mean child is
/ your
The monthly meeting of the
i Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- spring highly"drop-out"susceptible fever. Start to Former Keystoners Ed and a system. When he gets in a Estrellita Club was held on COMMUNITY CIIURCIiNEWS NEWS FROM ST.

ward Rinehart were grieved I Peter place he jus sings, "Ting. WILLIAM'S:
treating the symptoms by sit- Helen Conneen and son tight : May 8. Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder
last week at the death of Mrs. + ting down, with him or her.and now residents of Tennessee Tang.Walla Walla Bing Bang!" presided in the absence of Pre- At the Sunday morning wor- Good news for all those who
who passed away in explaining the dollar value of a
:Hinehart have been enjoying a Florida Esther Stringer. the steak supper on
school education.The sident Mrs. ship service at 11 o'clock there enjoyed
the Bradford County Hospital. i high average "dropouill vacation in the Keys and this Bill Siprelle a former Key- Reports on the fried chicken will be the installation of offi- April 20. at St. William's Re-

Mrs. Rinehart was born Mar- earn $50,000 less during his past weekend, they drove up to stoner. is home again from dinner are as yet incomplete creation hall. The Catholic
garet Jackson in Pittsburgh, lifetime than the high school all cers of the Community ChurchWomen
Keystone Heights see
another fora
will surelybe Club is planning
Africa where he has been since but a good profit
Pa. For the past several years, graduate. He will make $250,000less their old friends. Despite the as well as of the
Melrose weekend in July-probably
than the college graduate November 1962 on businessfor realized for the
she and her husband had lived Bjrx1970. there will be 7,500,000more fact that the DuPont Co. transferred the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Masonic Lodge building fund. chairman of circles and of com- July 6. Just for the record. Robert -
on Peach Street in Keystone "drop-outs" competing Ed, they still feel that mittees. and
and Hendry
Bill and Nancy
Co. The Siprelles,- and
:Heights. She is survived by her with JOHN VILLAUME with. the minions we now have Keystone is their home. On i As summer approaches On May 20, at 12:30: a cov- children will free tic-
Pretldenl. of ICS for about 4 minion Jobs as un- Mary are expected to visit I vacations will provide more two get
husband and several cousins. of this week, they ered dish luncheon will be held
Monday for being
skilled laborers. I friends in Keystone this week- time. Mrs. Vera Ownbey and kets to this supper
Services were held in the i Has Your Child Caught HOW CAN SCHOOLS CURB I..planted trees on their Lake end. We understand that if Bill Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder will in the educatioinal building. such good sports when they
DeWitt C. Jones funeral chapel THE "DROP-our. EPIDEMIC will be followed by the
+ Keystone lot. where they plan other
missed out the one.
will on
Spring "DropOut"Fever diversified returns Africa Mary compile a history of the Es-
? provide a
They can
in Starke on Saturday morn- retire. !announcement of each new circle -
build they
curriculum to reach all stu- I to close their Jacksonville home trellita Club from all available It was so well attended, they
' ing. Burial was in Pittsburgh. ? chairman of the names of
dents-more and better occupa- and go with him. data and records. The June ran out of food.
as tional tra.1n1ng-and extensive I members to be in her circle
Poets welcome Spring Nelson in election of The children's choir under
I At the crux Mrs. Herb was meeting will feature
that season when "a young guidance for the coming year. At the
\ ROYAL NEIGHBORS man's fancy lightly turns to of many effective "drop-out" Alachua General Hospital last Mrs. Nellie Grayson has returned officers. No meetings in Julyor close of the program each circle -I the direction of Mrs. Irene

TO MEET SUNDAY thoughts of love." But parents prevention programs today is week, for minor surgery. She from a ten day vaca- August. Social hour hostesses will meet for a short or- Brault, furnished the music on
,I beware! It's also the season to one of civilization's oldest learn- home on Saturday and Mrs. Irene Williams, Sunday. Mother's Day. A Co-
came were
time she vis-
and friends of tion during which
members .
All against another fancy of ing methods correspondencestudy. ganizational meeting.On
: the Royal Neighbors of America guard the young -. quitting school was able to attend Mass on ited in Sebring Maitland and and Mrs. Sara McDonald and the United munion solo was sung by bath
Educators administering ICS morning.Mr. will be Mrs. May 21-23 Brault. One member of the
\ are invited to their annual before graduation.Over Sunday Melbourne Beach. in June they will
the homeof 330,000 teen-agers will courses in supervised classrooms Ruby Tyre and Mrs. Vera Church Women of Florida choir. Tony Burke., made his
picnic on Sunday at report these gains: slow learners annual meeting in
succumb t 0 "drop-out" fever and Mrs. Dallas Hamlin Ownbey. hold their first Holy Communion, in an
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Crawford make headway at their own '
Circle. this year jeopardizing their pace, languages and advanced 1 I of Williamsport. Pa., made a Mrs. Ella Andre former Key- West Palm Beach. Several ladies impressive ceremony. It was
s: on Brooklyn Bay for rewarding careers.
at chances land "dead math and science courses can be surprise visit to Mr. and Mrs. I stoner. spent the weekend with from the Communiy Church also Holy Name Sunday and
I will ones
come The lucky may
These attending
\ covered dish end" Jobs the unlucky in offered to help students meet Jack Haberstroh recently. They Mrs. Nellie Grayson on Brook- LIONS LINE UP plan to attend. the men of the parish went to
noon, and bring a college entrance requirements
Son luncheon. All those who are I the unemployment lines. and those with. failing gradescan arrived just in time to assist lyn Bay Circle enroute to EYE DONORS The Board of Stwards met Holy Commnion in a body.

interested in swimming will Is Your Child a Potential make up courses via home- chief" of-cook-and bottle Charlotte N. C. Mrs. Andre I The Keystone Lions Club's on Monday May 13. Sunday May 19, will be Altar -
study during the summer. for has been visiting her daughterMrs.
Jack in caring
washer Communion Sunday -
TiropOutTStudy Lion Society
( please bring their suits. Potential "drop-outs" are per- Eye Will Chairman .
this check list carefully suaded to stay on and study vocational I Gladys who had returned home \ E. M. Morrison in Mait- George Schaeffer announcesthe Beginning June 2. Sunday and all ladies of the parishare

I\ MurrheeInsurance before you answer. correspondence courses from the hospital. Dallas and land. and she will visit with following names of people morning Worship Service will asked to occupy the pews

"DropOut"i which will help them qualify for Jack are cousins. The Haxnlins another daughter. Mrs. C. Hancock who have willed their eyes to be at 10:00: o'clock with Sun- in the front of the church pro

Agency .ation.apprenticeship jobs after gradu- who were on their way to in Charlotte. Mrs. Andre'sson the North Florida Eye Bank: day School at 9:00. vided for them on their Sun-
Danger Signals The only long-range cure for Miami. plan to retire in Florida and daughter-in-law Mr. Walter Wilson. Sr.; Mildred L. On Mothers' Day. the Senior day. Following Mass on May

I CARRY o Low scholastic achievement the national "drop-out" problemis soon. and Mrs. Lewis Andre of Jack- Wilson; and the entire Ga Youth Fellowship of the 19. the installation of Altar Society
working to improve
every sonville spent SundayMothers' -
lilLV ADEQUATE Poor social adjustment child's educational opportunities boardi family namely Mrs. munity Church honored com-I officers fpr next year win
o lad Day-with her and Mrs.
whether he studies in a small Tony Burke the young Margaret Gaboardi and children ers. The girls pinned a take place after a Commnion
I\ rj Wants a regular income school or an overcrowded class- who made his first communionat Grayson in Keystone.Miss David. Christine Teresa white flower on each person i breakfast in the recreation halL

Q Eager to get married room. We must not fail in this St. William's on Mothers' Shari Prevest small and Kathleen. Mr. Jim Ga attending while Steve Shackle- All of the ladies of, the parish
task.For Day. is also a member of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom- will be inveted.
See RICHARD MURRHEE Bored with clas work more information on the boardi the father, had already ford Tommy Bird Danny
: regular
fj value of a high school education children's choir who are work- my Prevest of Keystone cele- signed up. Also Mr. Arthur Hinck. and Jimmy Wildt serv- Father Connie Daughrty whois
Agent Considers college waste of write for "How to Succeed", ing hard at learning Latin. brated her third birthday on
4734786keystone fj Pa. Godley and Mrs. Betty Godley. ed as ushers. Memorial flowers also chaplain at the state
Phone Scranton 15. )
time PR1. The Latin however presentsno May 6. at her home on Jas- Ralford. has invited
Heights.Iorlda were placed in the church by prison at
problem for Tony who h'a.s't mine Ave. Party guests included '
Kennedy and their friendsto
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. I II all parishoners
Shari's grandmother, Mrs. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I I for their mothers; by Mrs. Olive attend a May devotional. '
:Margaret Gaboardi; her great- P-TA TO MEET
Stevens and Mrs. Mabel Husbands program planned and put on

PERFORMANCE grandmother Mrs. Etta. K. Keystone Heights P.T.A. will' for their mother. Mrs. by the prisoners. Everyone
TOTAL : Mange; her great aunt. Mrs.
meet this evening in the cafe- Isabella Laidlaw; by Mrs. [planning to attend will please
Edna Hamlyn; arid Teresa, torium at the school. It is hop. Catherine Rose for her father meet at the main gate on Sun-

Kathleen. Christine arid"David .ed that Safey Officer Doyle of Mr William R.:Hughes; by Mr. day afternoon. May 19 between
Gaboardi all of Melrose.'AlsoMartha : the F. H. P. will be able to Frank Hgen for his mother. 3:15 and 3.30 o'clock. Father

Schaeffer of Keystone speak to the parents. He will Mrs. Lottie Hgen; and by the Dougherty will personally escort -
and Shari's sisters Angela and talk to the high school students Senior Youth Fellowship for all the visitors to the chapel

AYt Valerie. The guests brought during the day on safe driving Mothers. I where the program will take
many lovely gifts and there
habits. The officers and membersof place.
were delicious refreshments for
The meeting will begin at the Community Church are There will be no more catch-

everyone. 8:00 o'clock and it will be the grateful to the Boy Scouts for ism classes for grade school

last of the 1962-63 season. making the care of the church children until the fall. However

Mrs. Edith Thornquist has Coach Spradley at K. H. S. grounds their summer project. the instructional classes for

been ill in the Alachua County has received football equipment Each patrol will serve a week. teen-agers and adults will con-

General Hospital since the 'for the 1963 season. The boys The many hours of tedious tinue for some time. Tuesday

\ 1 early part of May. She is improving are all busy with spring prac- work required to trim the as usual.

slowly. tice three afternoons a week church shrubbery have been
: the contribution of Mr. William
) I tinues to improve which pleases i now.Only about 16 or 17 childrenwere Walz.
I her family and friends. On enrolled for first grade at We regret the error in the At the May 7 meeting of Eas-

Mother's Day. she more or less the summer roundup on May May 9 issue regarding the last tern Star, Chapter 279. mothers -

held "open house" and was 7. We are sure that more than Executive Board Meeting and were specially honored witha

visited by her various children 17 children will be in the first Mrs. A. C. Holt's luncheon for carnation for each. Worthy

I! 4s naamely. Dr. and Mrs. Don grade this fall. Perhaps a num- the Board-plus her specially! matron Phyllis Huseey. had ar-

( Christoffers and children Mr. ber of parents didn't know Invited guests. They were the ranged a special tribute to

: and :Mrs. Chuck Newman and about it. "spiritual life leaders" of each member-mothers, and a musical

children and Mr. and Mrs. K. H. S. seniors are trying to circle under Mrs. Holt's Bible salute. Shortly before chap-

1\ I\ Bert Christo'fer'. Jr. Also Mrs. cook up an educational class Study program. They were ter time, worthy matron Phyllis

5, Bert Christoifers. Jr.'s mother trip for May 22-25. They are Mrs. Helen Titus Mrs. Elmer received a call from Mrs.

; '! Mrs. Anne Lachevitz, and 'hoping for school board sanc- Howe. Mrs. Edward Firth Mrs. Dorothy Koons to say she had

Chuck Newman's mother Mrs. tion. Their destination will ,William Walz Mrs. Joseph broken her ankle, and another
-'; : ; Emma C. Newman. I probably be Atlanta. j Stein as flower chairman and call from Mrs. Gloria Murpheeto
1 had
Mrss. Raymond Starnes to discuss say that her physician

r t r f membership in the church ordered her to bed. At "curtain

-1 m. ti. i women for all members were time." Mrs. Etva Scott was

also invited by the hostess. The taken ill, and rushed to the
\ i' r SOME MINDS ARE LIKE I ill members were Mrs. Jack Medical Center for treatment.

f CONCRETE..ALL MIXED UP Haberstarch and Mrs. Bert At this writing all are recovering -

Christoffers. Mrs. R. A. Gaunt and it is hoped they will
,,:' wS L AND PERMANENTLY was unable to attend becauseof be able to assume their placesat

..... ;>, .., -r.' .;;" :: < r the illness of her husband.At the May 21 meting.
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4, {i.:'.. .;., *": ':' ....._ ---i HARDTOP this writing the sick mem- Five mothers were recipientsof
bers are recuperating. Another gifts. They were Mrs. Ruth

IF YOU KNEW WHAT error was that in the business Mitchell Mrs. Amy MeElrath

jof this meeting all unfinished Mrs. Ronnie Hardenbergh, Mrs.
TINY LUND KNOWS ABOUT FORD DURABILITY..YOU'D BE OUT ENJOYING A 63 FORD G\ i fr Y business was completed and a Jane Dora and Mrs. Elva

prospectus for next year outlined. Scott.

Ask Tiny Lund about Ford durability: He'll tell you how it You can't put a long-term warranty like ours on a short- Host and hostesses for the social -
The '63 Fords have a better warranty because they're is Mrs. Irene Williams -
helped him win America's toughest stock-car competition,the term car. Your correspondent sorry hour were
Daytona 500. Lund placed first in a Ford,with four other Fords built better than any Fords in history. You see evidence of this i if who made mistakes last chairman for MaY assisted

right behind him for an unprecedented sweep of the first five extra toughness in Ford's outstanding competitive wins this year. ,_' -,,.. week but it was all in the interest by Mrs. Sara McDonald

places. Only the Fords were tough enough to stand the pace. '63 Fords won the grueling Daytona, Riverside, and Atlanta S f: s of condensing to save and Mr. and Mrs. N. Watson
Oil Performance Trials. Only and goofed. Hardenbergh."Let .
500 9, and the demanding Pure space we
Greater durability is the reason Ford is able to offer a ta cars with total I performance could roll up so many big i win s. I

car warranty. Only a true -total-performance- car could I offeras Before you-buy any new car,test-drive the solid, silent Super Ii __ __ __

., complete a warranty as thiS-Wit no strings attached Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one lately I I you can't really '
i Remember If ifs built by Ford, ; the Rest of the
I "Ford Motor Company warrants to its dealers,and its dealers, know what a new Ford is like. I I

t:;:: ': in turn, warrant to owners as follows: That for 24 months or it's built for performance ... total! !performance. I M cl' World Go By"

for 24,000 miles, ,whichever comes first, free replacement, Including *SO
y related labor, will be made by dealers of any part 4V?s>,.s Mid related power train components

with a defect in workmanship or materials.Tires are not covered TORQUE Recreation plots near the ol swimming hole
will be made saUd SINAI You'll be permanently set too for pursuing your
the appropriate
by warranty
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will remain responsible for tOttolrlasitES OF interests and hobbies after retirement if you establish a $675.00 up if you and the kids aren'ttoo ...
r I by the tire companies. Owners
routine replacement of parts, ttrl>e a PE aCTS savings account now! Come in soon and talk it over at blocks.
services g
,to normal maintenance 0 lazy to walk a couple
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16. Shands Plat
in aarec. O.P. .......... ...... 9275 Southern States Const.
Lot 11, BIk. 10 as rec. in O.R. No. 34, & Supply Co. .... 120 43.28

OR. No. 45, Page 540 urbs.Page Green 249. North Cove Sub- ...... y- _+b""-c .. '' -. Lot 5 as rec. In O.R. No. ,.

2Lot Meadowbrook. . . .Unit. . .No.. 4420 Francis E. Laycock. 420& 144.35 Springs ... .... .. .. /r. ,; ,7551. :Mamie Locket ...... 1000 37.51: 38.part Page of Lot%%5.17 SID Sec of -.
8, Elk. I, Bellair Unit 3900 133.20 Lot 1. BIk. 19 ex. part to ;It O.P. . ... 9279 Charles Jones 1240 42.78
No.1. .... 4467 Comet Homes Inc State Rd. N. S. Green a --y <
J L.
Bl Bellair Cove 7669 Emilyn Arrants.. 2680 '%.31; Lot 19. Sec 8. O.P. :=, 10 9295 Mrs. Stephens. '
Lot 10. k. I, 3900 133.20 frr.ginki Heirs ....... 4frW 153.50
4467E Comet Homes, Inc... EH of N.S. _
Unit No.1. .. .
Lot 11, BIk. 1. BellafrUnit Green Cove Springs .. 7574 W. R. Hall .... .... 800 28.23. Lots 1, 2 & 6 thru 13 asrec. ..
133.0Lots in O.R. No. 7. Page
No.1.. .. . 44675 Comet Homes Inc. 3900 Lot 5. Blk. 20 ex. part to Davis '
State Rd. N.S. Green 195 Heights S/D.
29 & 30. BIk. 5 Bel- Sec. O.P. .. .. ... .. 9305 Orange Park Land
7586 Wilbur Lawson .... 1200 42.28 8. _
.... .
lair Unit No.1. . .. 4528 Bellvlew Builders Cove Springs :, Co. ... .. ........ 100 36.51
r s. Ina ......... .. 8000 %1.51N. Part of Lot 4, Blk. 21 asree. Part of Lot 22 as rec. In

S in O.R. No. 13, O.R. No.1. Page 407 5MoO HX
330 ft. of NW 4 of
NE 4 of SWH as rec. Page 533. N.S. Green Sec. 8. O.P. .. ... ... 9313 C. E. Countryman... 210 8.76
in O.R. No. 1 Page 336 Cove Springs . .. n .. 7590 Harold Francis ..... 200"V 8.92 Part of Sec 18 as rec. In
Lot 5 S. 45 ft. Blk. 22 .-,.
ex. ;; O.R. No. 27. Page 92.
of SW 4 as.
rec.ex. part in O.R. No. 41. i ; & 8. 20 ft. of Lot 7.BIk. ;; _, .. '. O.P. .... .... ....... 11 4 21E9333 Robert W. Cunning
4566e Florida'Land. 22. N.S. Green Cove 1 1500 ......... 20 '.92
99 .. ... . 7 426E ,. North ham .
Page 'Co. ... ...... .. 500 20.08 Springs ... .. .. . .... aar. ".. 761 8-Ellen Austins. Heirs 500 19.08 Lots1i,3,6,7&8Elk. .1. ." ,
Lots 11 & 12 & N. CO ft. 27 S. 45 ft. of Lot 5. BIk. 22 2. Sec. 10 as tea in O.R V .

of Lot 31. BIk. 3. 28 as rec. In Deed Book No. 2. Page 13 ex. part ..- ..
33 105. Page 50. N.S. Green r rec. in OR. No. 45. .
i Acres Orange ..... . .. 34 4 26E 4599 Richard C. :McGee. 1000 36.01 Cove Springs ... 7619 Margaret Dobson .. 150 7.22 Page 412 & 51. Page "" .
Lot 18 as Tea in OR. No. Lotl&E.25ft. .. %10. Ridgewood Div.. !W'-. ... 500 HX
47. Page 360'& No. 48. 100 ft. of Lot 2. Elk 23. PaSee. 9 & 10. O.P. .... .' 14 9369 H. R. Clark ........ 100 37.51
Barfield 800 28.73
Page 408. Robinette N.S. Green Cove Springs 7626 Annis of Lot 11 as rec. In

S/D ...... .... . .. 42 4 26E 4684 Dawkins Building & A lot 35x130 ft. in Lot 2.BIk. OR. No. 3*, Page 51.
Supply So. .... .. 6000 205.79 26 as rec. in Deed Ridgewood Dlv.. Sea

Lot 13 Creighton Forest 43 Book 6. Page 506. N.S. 16. 5.P. .. . . .. .:- 9423 Barbara Green ... .. 120 42.78

SID .. .... .. .. .. .. 44 j 26E 4754 Howard H. Barwick. 2000 68.86 Green Cove Springs 7664 H. B. Jordon.A. Lot 10. Elk 2. Ridgewood .1
Lot 9 as rec. in O.R. No. 28 Stevens & Dlv., Sec. 19. O.P. h. : 9455 Blount V. McRae ... 150 6.22
A. L. Robinson.. 1500 53.94N.
20. Page 63, Westover 44 ". Part of Lots 11 & 12. BIk. -

SID .. .. .. 45 4 26E 4848 Perry W. Rockwood 3500 120.16 70 ft. of Lot 1, Millers V 2 as rec. in O.R. 54.
Lot 15 as rec. in O.R No. 28 SID of Lot 1. Blk. 27. .' Page 3i%, Ridgewood
11. Page %10. Westover 44 N.S. G. C. Springs .. ,. 7679 Ulysses G. Johnson 250 10.12 Dlv.. Sec. 19. O.P. .. \' 9457 Nell V. Cashner.. 30 12.31

S/D .. ... ... . .. 45 4 26E 4854 E. A. Turner .. .. ... 7690 262.01 Part of Lot 2. Blk. 27 as Lot 17, BIk. 2. Rid ewood:

Part of Lot 4 as rec.: in rec. in Deed Book 98. Sc. 19, O.P. .. .. 9461 Harvey L. Vlckers. 150 6.22
Book No. 104, Page 148. N.S. Green LoDlv.
Deed Blk.
3. RidgewoodDiv.
Page 261 .. .. .. .... 4 5 26E 1 4911 Albert Segal .. .. ... 50 3.35 Cove Springs ... .. .. 7682 Wm. N. Zanders Sr. 1200 42.78 .. Sea 19. O.P. .. 9475 James H. Holder ... 160 6.22
Part of E% of NE',4 as E. 80 ft. of Blk. 1 of Lot ... Lots 17 &; 18." Blk. 4 as
O.R. No. 31. I, BIk. 28 as rec.. in
rec. in 120 42.28 rec. In O.R. 31. Pages
Page 108 ... . .. 6 5 26E 4939 Albert J. Boyles... Deed Book No. 9. Pages :" 536 & 538. Ridgewood "" '

Part of Gov. Lot 5 as rec. Fullerton 300 11.31 30 & 593 ex. part to Allen 1'. .. Div.. Sec. 19. O.P. .... 9494 Oscar R. Blount. .. 260 69.86
Donald A. .
in O.R. No. 20, Page 583 28 5 26E 5030 Mnldrow & LodgeLot .- Lot 19, BIk. 4 as rec. in -
Part of Lots 4. & 5, Tra- SG. Berrian S/D. j;.': OR. 52. Page 510.

vers Grant as rec. in 103.22Part Plat in Book 1. Page Ridpewood Div.. Sea
O.R. No. 43. Page 322. 39 5 26E 7 5292 Hubert Sharpless. .. 3000 28 .... .*** *. ... ;-, 7699 Hattie Mitchell. 19. O.P. .. .. . .. 9495 R. G. Theroux ..... 150 722
of Lot 1 as rec. in Heirs ... ... .... .. 400 18.20 Lot 24. BIk. 4. Rldl<
O.R. No. 43. Page 495 of Lot 2. Blk. 2 of Lot 1. Div. Sea U, O.P. . 9499 James M. Fairbanks 15* 6.22

the Stafford Clarke BIk. 28. S.G. Berrian Part of Lots 13 & 14. Elk '
SID of Lot 10, Travers SID Plat Book 1, Page j 5, Ridgewood Div

Grant . . . . 39 5 26E 5314 Domestic Finance 300 13.31 28 .. .. .. . .. .. ... : "7706 Steven Jones . .. 200 8.92 OP. 9503 James L. ).Mathls.. 20 842
.. ... '
Service A Lot 45 & 80 ft. in BIk. Pie.ol ; 13 & 14,ilk:

Part of Lot 10. Travers 5 of Lot 2, Blk. 28 as 7 as rec. In O.R No. 19.
Grant, as rec.. in Deed rec. in Deed Book 45. Page 553, RidgewoodDiv.

Book No. 26. Page 392 39 5 26E 6 5344 I far Heirs ley Mitchell.. ... .. ...., 150 7.22 Page 349. S.G. Berrian .. Sec. 19. O.P. . 9526 James E. Kirkland.. 20 1062
SID Plat Book 1. Page E% of Lots 18 & 19. Elk
Lots 3 & 4. BIk. 10 as rec. 28 7731 Benjamin Taylor .. 200 9.92 10 as rec. in O.R. No.
in O.R. No. 6. Page 32. Part of"Lot"3"Bik28"asRec. 41, Page 293. Ridge

Fleming Island Estates Summerall 300 12.31 in Deed Book 47. wood Div. Sec. 20. O.P. 9555 Argus Corp. ........ 20 U.8&
James T.
5477 .
SID . . . Page 191. N.S. Green
Lots 25 & %6., -E1k. 10 as Cove Springs . . 7736 Henry Bennett .. .... 1000 36.01 Lots 1. 4. 5. 20. 21 & 22.BIk. ,

rec. 101 in O.R.Fleming No. Island 15.- Part of Lot 3. BIk. 28 as Div., Sec.12.20.Ridgewood O.P. . 9576 H. R, Clarke .. .... 80 28.73

Page Estates, S/D . 5487 Ruth Wilson .... 300 12.31 rec.Page in 421.Deed N.S.Book Green 58. Part of Lots 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Lots 6 & 7. BIk. 12 as rec. Cove Springs .. ..... 7739 Elnora Lang & & 11. Blk. 12 as rec. in
3. Page 335. Jimmy Bennett .. 200 9.42 Deed Book 96, Page 108
I me Thf81 Estates Part of Lot 3. Blk. 28 as ex. pt. rec. in O.R. 16. '

S/D .. . .. . 5503 E. S. Legge . . 300 12.31 rec. in Deed Book No. Page 521 & 51 Page .V '

i Lot Island 11. BIk.Estates 13. SID Fleming.. 5529 Annie Groves .. . 150 6.22 Cove 95 Page Springs 44. N.S.. ...Green. .- .: 7748 Allen Austin .. .. 150 7.22 Sec.%1%. %0.Ridgewood O.P. ......Div.. .. 9579 T. O. Clark ....'...... 6000 206.7

I Fleming Blk. 29 as Part of BIk. 12 as rec. in _...
BIk. 8A of
Lot 11, 6.22 Part Lot 7. !
I Island Estates S/D .. 5648 Emory D. McMilllan. 150 rec. in Deed Book 46. OR No. 16. Page 51.

Lots 19 & 20. Blk. 14A. Page 376. N.S. Green OOePood Div. Sec. l1V""9580 H. R. Clarke Jr..... 200 8.92Part :
.. .
I'I Fleming Island Estates Cove Springs .. . 7774 Willie Mae Freeman 300 12.31 20. "
S/D . . .. r. c.; 5671 Helen O. Johnson 300 11.81 Lots 1, 2. 3 & 4, S/D of of Blks 14, 15 & 16 .
Farms 13. 14X15 & 16. Lot C of Lot 6, BIk 29. lying SE'ly of Rd. 224
I Wolfe's SID . . 8 6 26E 5768 Albert Schlemeln... 100 51.94 N.C. Green Cove Springs 7775 Ida Nero Cooper ... 200 8.42 as rec. in O.R. No. 10 "

I Part of SW,4 of SE%, as Part of Lot 8. BIk. 29 as Page 271, Ridgewood : 9590 Carroll''-R'. Waechteriz*00 42S.7
.. .
Div 20
Sec. O.P.
I rec. in O.R.: No.- ..30.. : 8 6 26E 5791 Guy S. Hillers .. 1500 52.44 rec. in Deed Book 47, : : h.
Page 173 . . Page 448, N.S. Green Part of Blks. 15 &.11 as '
E% of Lot 33 as rec. in Cove Springs ... 7780 Dorothy Mitchell .. 200 8.92 rec. in O.R. No. 25, .
O.R. No. 38. Page 591, Lot E. S/D of Lot 11. Page 41. Ridgewood "/-pi... ..
'I Bradley and Triplett 52.94 BIk. 29. N.S. Green Cove Div. Sec. 20. O.P. ... 9596 Norma QhfndlerCimino
S/D . .. . . 8 6 26E 5821 Otis R. Gosser 1500 Springs .. ... .. .. 7799 D. A. Boyd .. ...... 1500 52.44 .,._...... .:d'i15&O. il.U
Part of NWU of SW," as Lot G, S/D of Lot 11. BIk. ... J JU. Lots 20 & 21, Rtdfrewood ..; < 11.31Lot
Heirs aoo
rec. in O.R. No. 40, 11.81 I N.S. Green Cove Div. Sec. 25, O.P. . 30 9641 S. L. Doyle.
300 .
\ I Page 515 . . 9 I 26E 5885 Edward W. Starr Springs . . . .. 7801 Annie Lee Hawkins 200 8.42 5. BIk. 61. FellowshipPark 'f:>.. 50 2.1S.

I Part of NW14 of SWU as I II Lot 1. SID of Lot 1%. BIk. .. . ... .. . 9688 Unknown .
in Deed Book No. 29 in O.R. No. 3. Lots 2 & 4. BIk. 84 Fellowship r,
rec. 11.81 as rec. > ;
\ 104.. Page' 227 . ... 9 6 21E r 6891 M.\ E. Mulling Page 515. N.S. Green r- Park .. . 9696 H. --J. G. Davison ... 100 4.51

I Part of NE% of SW," as Cove Springs ... : 7804 Willie Coleman. Sr.. 500 19.08 Lots 5 & 7, BIk. 98. Fel- 4.54Lot
I ,. . . 9707 Herbert A. Taylor. no
'i rec. in O.R. No. 34, 4000 137.01 SWK, of Lot 2. BIk. 30. lowship Park
Page 85 ..: ... :. 9 6 26B 5896 P. M. Hopkins N.S.'Green Cove Springs .. 7813 Annie Stewart .. ,. 500 11.08NE' 9. BIk. 98. FellowshipPark 60 2.SS

Part of NEVl of SW'4 as "4 of Lot 3. BIk 30 ex. ...: .. ......... 9709 Herbert A. Taylor. ..
No. 44 part to rivers. N.S. Lot Elk 98. Fellow-
O.R. .
Page rec. in 122 & 123 j. .. 9 6 26E 5898 Carl E. Meeks 200 8.42 Green Cove Springs .. 7817 Dozella S. Stevens. 200 8.42 ship Park .. . '. ... 9710 Fred J. Reinhold .. 50 .85

Part of Gov. Lot 3 as rec. Part of Lot 5, BIk. 30 as Lots 6 & 8. BIk. 116. Fellowship -

in O.R. No. 39, Page 100 5.04Part rec. in O.R. No. 25. .. Park .. ... .. ,I: 9722 G. J. Slllivan 100 4.54

J99 .. . ... . .. 30 6 26B 6998. Quincy H. Truett Page SpringsN.S. Green .. Lots 1 & 3. BIk. 129. Fellowship f
7822 Edward J. McQueen 1SOO 62.94 .it: Forsberg100 4.5'
of SEU of SEas Cove .. 'J Park r. ..... 9734 N. P.
.. Part[ of Lot 7. B1k. 30 as Fellowship
in O.R. No. 46 Lot 10. BIk. 131. -
.: Page rec. 432 . .. . 34 6 26E 6061 M. C. Jennings '.R.. .. 150 6.72 rec. in Deed Book 44. r", Park .... .. 9740 Mrs. C. Rlchlin ... 50 2.5-
of Lot 3 as rec. In .. Page 46, N.S. Green .Qt.*. Lots 5 & 7 BIk 136. Fellowship ,. .... ..
Part .
Mamie Forest.. 160 7.28 .
DIxie Aceeptance..C01'1 i 7828 Lee; 1 : a .io-o
6116 ; : -
O.R. No. 34. Page 44 2 1 26E 114 .. .. %500. .16.30 Cove Springs . ; ParkLots :. . 9748' :Mfs.WaSamtielsonJ.
!.' .h'. .V. Part of Lot 7; BIk; 30 acrec. 1 & 3. Blk. 140. Fellowship ,

Part of Gov. Lot 4 as rec. .., f pIn : in Deed Book 44. '4 Park . . 9766 W. Ott .. .*.. 1&0 4.54
O.R. No. 28. Page 616 Page 48, N.S. GreenCove r. Lots 6 & 8. BIk. 161. Fel-
7829 Johnnie Lee Knox.. ISO 7.22
ex part rec. in. No. 3%. Jennings; 150 7.22 Springs .. ... lowship Park .. .. ... 9787 G. E. Welborne 100 4.54
Page 638 . . . 2 'I 26E 6131 M. C. Part of Lot 8. BIk. 32 as Lots 1 & 3. DIke 171. Fel-

Part of Gov. Lot 4 as rec. John H. McCrary 500 18.08 rec. in O.R. No. 11. lowship Park ...... 9796 J. E. Sawyer 10-0 4.54
144 2 'I 26E Page 437 N.S. Green
In ().R.Gov.No. Lot 31. Page 4 as rec. Cove Springs ... .. . 7860 Emily Johnson .. .. 100 5.54 Lots 2. 4, 6, 8. 10 & 12.
Domestic Finance BIk. FellowshipPark
in O.R. No. 41, Page 390 2 1 26E 6149 Service Ina . lZOO 42.28 Lot8SIDofLot8.Elk.32, N.S. Green Cove .218... .. . ... . 9829 J. L. Reese Jr. .... 'M 11.11

Part of Blk. 4 as rec. in Springs . ... . v 7864 Nannie L. Bruton. 100 5.04 Lots%%0.9.Fellowsip 10, 11 & Park 12. BIk.. 9832 A. F. Wescott .. .. 290 1.':

Deed Book No. 48. Page Lot 14. Blk. 53. N.S. Fellowship
1 & 3 Elk 222
Lots ,
456 South Green Cove 6570 E. F. Anderson Heirs 4500 154.50 Green Cove Springs 7951 Donald Fullerton .. 1750 60.40 Park .. ... 9836 Clarke Boyce .. 100 4.54Lots
Springs .. .. .. . . Lot 3. BIk. 59. N.S. Green 2 & 4 BIk. 222. Fel-
......... 7991 Virginia Clayton 1'1111A"Dft.. t& '..56
Cove Springs au'9 ....
1 BIk 1 as 984 .Lauian DVJW -- -
Part of Lot ; Kay' Estate ...... 200 8.42 lowsbip Park .
rec. in Deed Book II. $ Lots 2 & 4. BIk. %25. Fellowship -
I Page 870 ex. pt. rec. in Part of Lots 6 & 7, Blk. Park . .. '- 9846 % W. :Mogilnsktj ... 100 4.54

,Deed Book 100. Page P Page as rec.505 in Shands O.R. No.Plat 35. 8112 Best Construction Lot 9, BIk. 268, Fellow- J. K. Hopkins .. 6* 2.15

269 South Green CoveSprings 6571 Clinton L. Bragg 200 9.92 Co. ..... .. ....... 1500 52.94 ship Park . .. .. .... 9873
.. . . < Fellow-
Lot 1. BIk. 1 as Lots 12 & 13. BIk. U. Lot 1, BIk. 269. Wm. Eaten . . 50 2.859878 -
Part of .. Shands Plat Plat Book ship Park .0. . .. 9815

rec. in Deed Book Green 100. 2. Page 1 . . . 8122 Willie P. Plummer. 200 8.42Lots Lot 2. BIk. 269. Fellow- .. ... 60 2.85
South N. P. Forsberg
Page 269 . 600 22.46 ship Park .
6572 Clinton Bragg 6,9.10,11&16.
Cove Springs ... .. . 3,5 272EFellow-

West part of Lot J. BIk.No. : BIk.Plat Book Q. Shands 2, Page Plat 1 8127 Wilber Lawson .... 600 21.96 Lot ship 6. Park BIk. .. . 9881 Otto Syben . .... 50 2.85Lot
in OR.
"45.101 Page as rec.380. Palmer &; Lot 3, BIk. W, Shands 6, Blk. %80.. .Fellow-. .. 9895 Josephine Weston 6* %.1$
I 6653 Charles J. Widner. 2000 69.86 Plat. Plat Book 2. P. 1 Vas ship Park ..
Part Ferris of Lot Tract K. BIk. 101 : rec. in O.R. 43. Page 8137 Harold L. Francis. 200 8.92Lots Lot 5. Park Blk. 281. ., Fellow-. . 9898 D. E. Dennis ... ... 60 2.85
Ii Book 61 . ... . ... ..
as rec. in Deed 4000I& Lots 10 & 12. Blk. 335.

No.Ferris 64, Page Tract 60, Palmer.. . '. .- 6655 Lester G. Crockett. 100 5.54 Lot 4,6,8,9&10 ex. part part rec. of InDeed Fellowship Park ...... 9908 A. J. Fonner ... .. .. 16* 4.54

Book 109. Page : Lot 3, BIk. 39. FellowshipPark
A. BIk. 102 Book ex. pts.79. 309. Blk. W. Shands .. .. .. 9912 Edith B. Falconbury 60 2.85
rec. in Plat Book 2 Page & BIk. 406.
Plat Lots 10 11.
9. -
118.Page O.R.85, No.103 1 Page Page 1Lot ... ...... .. .. ....... 8139 Wilber Lawson .. .. 1000 37.01 Fellowship ParkA . 9935 W. IL Haley .. .. IM 6.22

156 & No. 6 Page 285. 21. BIk. SX as rec. In lot on S. side of Main
Palmer &; Ferris Tract 6658 W. B. Lucas Sr. et al 50 4.85 O.R. No.9. Page 477 St. as rec. in O.R. No.

4 & all Lot 5 Shands Plat Plat Book 31, Page 371. Middle- 244 69.86
Lot Andersen.
E'ly H O.
10097 Andy
as rec. in O.R. No. 25. 2. Page 1 .. .. 8194 Donald W. Shrock. 150 7.22 burg Sec.. .14 .. .rec.in 13 5 24E24E
Page 56. HyRema & '. Lot 4. Blk. TX as rec. in Part of as
I Plat O.R. No. 51. Page 197. Deed Book 67. Page
Book Wilkinson 4, Page Add.57 . 6711 Irene Neal .. .. ... 2000 70.36 Shands Plat Plat Book 118, Houghtons SID .. 14 5 10118 Rosanner Ivy Heirs0 8.42

Part of Lot H. BIk. 105 2. Page 1 .. ... .. .. ., 8193 Sally :Mae Anderson. 1200 42.78 : Lots 1 & 2, BIk. 1, east. ...of.. 31 4 23E 10128 Allen Yates .. ... .. 6* 2.85
as rec. in O.R. No. 44, I Lot I, BIk. VX as rec. in RR. Phelps SID
& O.R. No. 43. Page 530. 4 ex.V.. 100 ft.
Palmer Lot
Page! 426. . .. . "' 6783 Jack B. Ward .... .. 2500 8680 Shands Plat. Plat Book Kingsley . . .*. 10176 Ethel A. Barbour... 3**. 85.80

Part; C. Blk. 106 as 2. Page 1 . . ... 8201 Jasper Bryant .. ... 150 7.22 Part of Lot 8 as rec. in

rec. in Deed Books 80. Lot 12. BIk. BB. Shands F OR. No. 48, Page 79, 10186 Ernest A. Buchanan 1*M 35! .r>l
2 .
Plat .
S3 Page 90 & Plat. Kingsley
Page 86 Page 24. 133. Palmer & 5000 Page 1 .. ... . 8215 Agnes V. Jones .... 100 5.04 Lots 12 & 13. Kingslej 10191 :Miss Arsuta Tomkles 6** 17.582JE

Ferris Tract . . 6820 Floyd C. Oulton Jr. 1500 53.44 Lot 4. BIk. 34. Golden Lots 46 & 47. S. of hard
Part of Lot H. BIk. 106 Gate :Manor ... .. 8288 James M. Hoggatt. 2000 68.86 rd, Kingsley .. . 10209 E. W. Hayes ..... .. IM 6.22
Lot 5, Milbyrne Triangle 8299 Irving A. Robinson. 12000 406.95 36. Aaron Smiths
in O.R. No. %8, Lot
as rec.487. Palmer & W. 100 ft. of Lot 11. BIk. Addition .. .. .. . K 6 10216 Lorraine NeUs ...-. 10 4.54

Ferris Page Tract .. ... . 6848 Larue Corp. .. . 3500 120.66 6, Sec. 1. O.P. . ... ... 8411 Advent Christian Part of Lots 1 & 2 as rec.
Part: nf Rlk. 54 as' rec. InDeed ; Church .. ......... 1000 35.51 in Deck Book 73. Page .."
&lBOOk ii.uPag" SH of Lot 32 as rec. in 340. Edwards SID 16 i %3E. 10220;::; J. M SfBttn .....?. 290 76.14

Palmer & Ferris O.R No. 7, Page 194 & 17 18. 31 &
of Lots ,
449. Part
Tract .. . . .. 6985 Curtis Courtoy .. ... 1200 42.78 196 Sea 1. O.P. ... .. .- S434 Orange Park Land 32 as rec. in Deed Book
; Co. .. .... ......... 2500 36.80Lot -
2 & 7. Dewitts J. M. Ed20
Lots 1 399.
SID Plat Book 1. Page 4 & 1. Berriers SID.. : 8500 Edna :Mae Rissmann 3500 119.16 wards 79. Page S/D 21 C 23E 10240 W. G. Bfrltin. Jr..... 360 124.03

26 . . . . . 38 C 26E 6996 Steven Jones ....... 500 18.58 Part of Lot 44 as rec. in .:; Sly 105 ft. of E'ly 108 ft.
DeWitts SID Plat 0.1 1. No. 40. Page 234. BIk 47. Long -
Lot Book 4. 1. Page 26 . 38 C 26E22SE 6998 L. Randolph .V.. .. .' 150 6.22 Sea 1. O.P. ... .. .. 8589 Thelma Austin ..... 200 8.42 of Branch Lot 6 City. .. 10408 Lacey M MuH.n .... 76* 27,05
8632 :Mae Fisher .... .... 1000 34.51
Lot 13 as rec. in O.R. No. Lot 3. BIk. 5. Sec. 2. O.P. Lot 4 & NH of Lot 5. .,
531. Dewitts Part of Lot 4. Blk. 5 as Branch >>8 d.- "
Page Long
%1. Blk. 36, -
S/D . .. .. .. .. 38 C 7005 Willie J. Plummer.. 200 8.42 rec. in O.R. No. 5, Page City. . . .. ... C' 1413 Will FraakHn. Heirs. JUt 50.74
Part of Lot 23. Dewitts 164. Sea Z. O.P. . Ins TheollU Lumpkln. set 18.58 Part of Lot I, Blk. 47 as
SID as rec. in O.R. No. Lots 1, 2. 4 & 5, BIk. 11. 1500 HX in Deed Book 66.

26. Page 236 .. .. 38 C 2SE 7015 Fred Battle ........ 200 8.42 Sea 2. O.F. .. . .. .. 8684 Elizabeth Foster. SOOWX33.47 rec.Page 281. Long' Branch .
16 Idlewild 940 10428 Charlie S* ed .. .... 76* 2755
BIk. .
Lot I, City
Plat Book Lot 3. BIk. 11. Sec. 2. O.P. 8685 Robert C. Whitehead. & 23 BIk. 27. Lake
I Page Park 31 & 62 .. .. .z. 7046 James W. Ott ..... 50 3.35 Jr. ............. .. 700 24.86 Lots Geneva 2 ., 10585 EraHyn Arrants .. .. 1M C.::
Lot 3, Blk. 28 as rec. in L. Lot 9. BIk. 20 as rec. in ;.": Lots 6 & 7. BIk. 31Lake r.
B. .. ... 100 4.64
10597 Agnes
OR No. 37. Page 364. O.R. No. 10. Page 517. Geneva ...
Idlewild Park .. -: 7060 Teves W. Dale .. .,. 1000 35.51 Sec. %. 0.?. . '-. i 8748 Charles Needham III 300 103.22 & 11. BIk. Q.
.Pi. 10
"J".j. '.- Lot 31. BIk. 2.: Holly Lots 1642 Jeanette Young .... 16* 4C4
rte'Deed .
part of BIk. 30 as rec. in : S/D. Sea 2. O.P. .'. 8969 Robert C. Whitehead ..tOlIX. Lake Hlllcreet SID. 12
Book 90.C: Page : Jr. ........ ... ... 13500 458.74 Lots 7. 8. 9 & 10. BIlL
386. Hamiltons; SID : '. InDeed '; '- as rec. in O.R. No. 25. .c
Part of Lot 82 as rec.
Green Cove Title Co. 400 15.70 '
Plat Book 1. Page 36. <; 7092 Page 144, Keystone
Book Cl, Page a i g 1070S George K. Larue Jr, 400 13? 58
Lot 8, BIk. 35 as rec. In ,, '. 351. Sec. 4. O.P. .... 9160 Harry H. Martin ... 1000 35.51 Height -. .-
O.R. No. 4. Page 1%%. '' -." '.". ..;- ,.. Part of Lot 83 lying N. of s Lots 4 & 5. BIk 14. Keystone
... 2146
Hamiltons SID Plat ._ a-s ::) V "v.1171' FMt Tower ...... 00*
,3000 U3.'l2Lot RR as rec. in O.R- No. J; Heights: -
Page 36 . 7111 George W. Deel ....
Book 1.
Lots 1* 11 & 12. BIk.
45, Page 490. Sea 4. 9. .
10, BIk. 35 as rec. inDeed O.P. . . . . .. 9163 Harry H. Martin, ... 400 15.70 liar 1n O-R. No. 2Page .- ,'. -'', .' IX
Book 110. Page ; .. rf. '' -
17%. Hamiltons S/D. } :... Lots 84 & 85. Sec. 4. O.P. .; I 9164 Harry H. Martin ... 6450 219.04 681. KeystoneHeights& 14 Page* ,..,.,. .. t v,- 1126 C. B. M4iebe01 ...... ,,.S69.$6

Plat Book I, Page 36. '7113 Guy H.. Dyal up... -2500 86.80 Lot 96. Sec. 4. O.P. .. .. ; 9195 Harry H. Martin ... 2500 85.30 Lot 13. BIk. 15. Keystone .. '
EH of Lot 2. Bl k. 7. y' Part ef Lot 105 JUt rec. in :r. Heights ;:- R",.,. 1727 Mrs.xl sn 4lia.
Green Cove Springs .. 7165 Byron Brow....... 2500 85.8 O.R. No. 11, Page 434, ; .. Hot 11 IILot.1I

EH of Lot 5. Blk 7. Sec. 4. O.P. . ._ .. 9212 Robert Q. Dose u.. 1560 52.44 .&. part of Lot 141 :" :; .
Green Cove Springs ... 4"' .- 7171 K F. Anderson 3000 NH of NH of Lots 35 & Elk 20 as rec. in O.R. ;, "
Heirs ............. 0 HX103.72 36 as rec. in O.R. No. No. 34. Page 58. Keystone oJ..n $ :
H. Redfearn... **** 171 44
462 & 463. 1765 W.
Lot 3. BIk. 18 as rec. in 17. Pages Heights ;; t"VJ.
O.R. No. 53. Page 114. Sea 5, O.P. . . .. 18.t 9225 Investment Broker. Lots 6A. 6B & 7A. ilk.' :
Green Cove Springs 7221 H. G. Sharpless... 2590 86.30 ..:. loc. .... .. .'::.... 500 19.58 31 as ree. in Deed Book ":J'1o'" f :n'T .000 HXHilghta
Lot 4. BIk. 28 as rec. in 2 Acres In Lot 2 as rec. r.r-e5 : 111 Page ftl. Keystone .
1004 1915Lots
O.R. No. 15. Page 239. .1 ";//t- in Deed Book 49. Page '< '. It 10633 Lawreae F. Lamee.

Green Cove Springs ... z : ,7259 J. P. Revels ....... 3500' 120.16 239, See. 8. o.P. .o.. 2 9239 Tom McDay: *; ....._' -. 150 C.72 15 & 16. BIk. 1 a* *?i

WH of Lot 4. BIk. 33.' ':1' 4.4" .a'... Part of Lot 2 as rec. InDeed i' V5 in O.R. 4'. Page "
Green Cove Springs 7293 Thomas Wagoner 6000 204.29 Book 72. Page .-.t :' .i ,. "" 274.rec. Conneaut .. ,t.. 1090 Pa4.r K Brewer ... 60 21 96
& 84 'ii ParLate
Lots 2 & 3. BIk. 36 Green' 5000 I 499. 73 Page 426 9242 Chas. s.. : %eI.I 8.92 Lot 3*. BIk. 1 1** 4. ;4
O.P. Bryant Twer _...
181. Set 8. Phee6t
' Cove Springs . . 7315 J. L. Parker ........ 300 11.31 Page ... View Highlands 1981
Lot S. or EH of Sq. lying Part of Lot 2 as rec. inDeed V Lot 10 as rec In O.R. No.
104 Page
N.State of eq.Rd 26. Green ex. part Cove to ,', ..,. za; Sec.Book.8. O.P. . . 1 9247 Annie...-. Mae Camel' 200 8.42 24. Page.q 662. Bird Addition J 1 2aWBaker .... '. 3" 11 rt

Springs ... . . .. $ : 7452 Emilyn ArrantslS.".. 2900 100.35- Part Deed of Book.Lot 2 as 104 rec.Page in >",...-. *i -- *'. *' \ Lot 27. Bird Addition .. 1ff.40 P.M.: hlth .J.*. aM 10 *'

N. 37 ft. of EH of Lot- W Ao. M'If" S & *2kr ,> -!k. 141. Sea 8. O.P. .. .. .. 1 p24S viola Wrl ht..ts.lU ,. 6.72 LoU 24 & 25. Blk.. as I. -. '
of 38. < v '
N. -i
lying eq. reeIn.O.R.. No.41jPage
n: Green Cove Springs .. 1. J *.. 7458 Luscius SalterSft. 200 8.42 Part of Lot 2 as rec. in W ,! '' a-, J: .-: Sunrise : .l1U' 1.No !lll e man 500 18. KLot
-s O.R. No. 29. Page SIS i -- # 69. arl'1t1pf( ; I ...
Lot I BJk. 11. N.S. Green. -- ; _
i92So-SoutherniStates 5 & NWly
. . .
Brow .... 1500 5L94 Sea 8. O.P. > .
. . 7513 Byron:
Cove Springs to!, Supply Corp. ..... 100 5.54 Lot 6 as rec. In O.R.
Lot ;9. BIk. IS. 4 : In No. 2. Key. i"
8.solt rec.
Kirkpatriek / t 9 Lot 3 ex. part 9 Christian Colony ; 60M
58 .. .. 7537 Lt. CoL Lee G."::"' Deed Book 93. Page 400 HX stone 11261 Oliver L XJnsia . 211 74 .,31ClItSYiQIouuftrCt'
Book 1. Page Jones .... ........ 1500 52.94 249. Sea 8. O.P. . .. -13H 9254 Robert Griffin . 300 lLI1' SID .



i THURSDAY MAT 16, 1963 May!

City of Green Cove Springs


COUNTY JUDGE. CLAY OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA the following certificates has filed said certificates for a

tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificates numbers and
rear of issuance the description of the property, and the timeIn
RE: ESTATE OF also known as
SOUTH BROOKLYN which it was assessed are as follows:
VERNON S. HAYNESTO Jeannette M. Starrich
ALL CREDITORS AND Plaintiffvs. CERTIFICATE No. 24 Year of Issuance: July 7, 1953
a corporation. plaintiff. .
i MOTELS PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR Name!' in which accessed: A. W. Whipp e
i AIR CONDITIONING' BOATS John August Staristch
DEMANDS AGAINST v.RUBY L. GEIGER defendant also known as Description of property: Part of Block 53. Borden's Oak St.
l : NOTICE OF SUIT John August Starrich S/D as described in Deed Book 44.

RALPH F F. INLET MARINA MARINA MOTELAPTS. You and each of you are hereby TO: RUBY L. GEIGER DefendantNo. page 375

FOR RENT notified and required to present YOU RUBY L. GEIGER are 3622

MILBERGEROrange MERCURY & JOHNSON By Week or MonthU. any claims and demands hereby notified that a complaint CERTIFICATE No. 26 Year of Issuance: July 7. 1953
S. 17 North which you or either of you, may to foreclose a certain Name in which accessed: M. F. & Mary Phillips
& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS have against the estate of VER- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
on the following des-
PHONE 284-3603 morgage Description of property: Part of Block 53, Borden's Oak St.
(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERS NON S. HAYNES deceased, cribed real property to wit: John August Staristch
S/D as rcorded in Deed Book 13,
REFRIGERATIONAND : late of said County to the Lot Sixteen (16). Block also known as
County Judge of CLAY County Seven (7). Unit Two (2). John August Starrich page 568
OUTBOARD REPAIR Florida at. his office in the
AIR CONDITIONINGService MEADOWBRROK accordIng Residence unknown
CERTIFICATE No. 42 Year of Issuance: July 6. 1954
Hwy 17 Orange Park GEORGE WEEKS courthouse of said County at to plat thereof recorded -
Name in wl accessed: Eva Lee Hill
Phone CO 4-9835 PIANO SERVICE GREEN COVE SPRINGS Flor- in Plat Book 6, pages that a suit has been filed
Rome Phone 284-078O
Description of property: Lot F. S/D of Lot 11, Block 29. North
TunIng Repairing ida, within 6 calaendar months
12 and 13 of the public of against you in the above enti-
Business Phone 284-9431 from the time of the first publication Suburbs
PHONE 284-3279 Clay County. Florida
BOOKKEEPING tled cause and you are hereby
Box SO Hibernia Rt. of this: notice. Each has been filed against and
you required to serve plaintiffs -
CERTIFICATE No. 26 Year of Issuance: July 5, 1955
Green Cove Springs claim or demand shall be in you are required to serve copy
attorney whose name and
A GIN'S HERMAN E. REEDBookkeeping Name in which accessed: Mae Davis
writing, and shall &state the
of pleading to
a" your answer or address appear hereon your Description of property: Lots 1 and 3. Block 3 of Lot 2, Ber-
r t '"t. RefrigerationAnd REAL ESTATE place of residence and post of- the complaint on the plaintiff's written defenses, if any to the rian's S/D. Block 28, North Suburbs

f Air fice address of the claimant: : attorneys, MAR K S. GRAY. bill of complaint in said suit

t ConditioningSERVICE and Tax Service and shall be sworn to by the YATES CONROY & GD3BS copy of which is delivered to CERTIFICATE No. 29 Yar of Issuance: July 5, 1956
B. GAZETTELiscensed
u'Chrysler 400 W. Walnut St. cloimamt, agent, attorney and 231 East Forsyth Street. Jacksonville you herewith on or before Name in which accessed: Naomi & Cleveland Smith

Phone 284-6721 Broker in any such claim or demand not Florida and file the June 10th A. D. 1963. Description of property: Easterly 90 ft. of Part of Lot 8, Block

so filed shall (be void. original answer or pleading in 29. North Suburbs
Airtrmp Sales Green Cove Springs Herein fail not or decree
Green Cove Springs Since 1037 ROY HILDUMAs the office of the Clerk of the pro confesso will be entered
Authorized Philco CERTIFICATE No. 40 Year of Issuance: July 3, 1956
executor of the Last Circuit Court In and For Clay against you for the relief pray-
Service Homes Farms Acreage Name in which accessed: Margart Stokes
Will and Testament of County Florida on or before ed in the bill of complaint. .
ELECTRICALAtlas Description of property: Lots 5 and 6, S/D of Lot S. Block
Day Ph. 284-368O t 1 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323
VERNON S. HAYNES, deceased the 10th day of June 1963. If THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT
3? North Suburbs
Night 284-3402 you fail to do so, judgment by BEING FOR DIVORCE

8. Palmetto Electric & Mechanical CAREY'S TRADING POST T. J. JENNINGS, JR. default will be taken againstyou WITNESS my hand and the CEST1F1CATE No. 37 Year of Issuance: July 2. "7

Green Cove Springs CompanyWe WE BUY SELL TRADE ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE OF and the relief demandedin seal of said Court at Green Name in which accessed: Nannie L. Burton

do all types of electrical: Three locations: VERNON S. HAYNES the complaint. This notice Cove Springs Florida this 6th UNLESS such certificates shall be redemed according to law. the

APPLIANCES First publication April 25, 1963. shall be published once each day of May A. D. 1963. Description of property: Lot 8. S/D of Lot 8. Block 32. North
wiring 15; E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-3280
April 25, May 2, 9, 16' 1963., week for four consecutive GEORGE L. CARLISLE Suburbs
Jim Carter Appliance RAY SHIPP s Warehouse & antiques old weeks in The Clay County Clerk Circuit Court
Service. Inc. Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. Crescent. Unless such certificates shall be redeemed according to law. the
Owner and Maaager By Estillee Ridley
LEGAL NOTICE described In such certificates will be sold to the highest
A. F. BakerRefrigeration "BIG TOP" tent Blinding DONE and ORDERED at, Deputy ClerkT. property
Phone 284-9228 Green Cove Springs.. Florida i bidder at the City Hall front door on the first Tuesday after he
& Blvd. At Ridgewood IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF J. Jennings. Jr.
this 7th day of May, 1963. first Monday in the month of June 1963 which is the 4th day of
Conditioning Service Furniture & appliances at James T. Norton
Attorney for Plaintiff
also allMajor bargain prices 8tfe
Appliance Repairs Hilry J. McEachern.Plaintiff Address: Dated this 1st day of May. 1963.
Grace M. Carlisle
Washers Dryers Typewriter ServiceE. P. O. Box 372 S/ Ben Zellner
LEGAL NOTICEIN May 9 16. 23, 30. 1963
Phone 284-3542 vs. Green Cove Springs Florida Clerk of the City of Green

C. HURST : Frances V. McEachern, May 9, 16, 23, 30, 1963:May 2. 9. 16. 23. 1963 Cove Springs Florida
PACKAGE STORE Office Machine Sales

Johns Counties. CERY Frances V. :McEachern COUNTY FLORIDAIN }
Legal Beverages PDOBATE. NO. 586
NO. C-3603 P. O. Box 96
Open 8 A.){. to 1 A.M. Phone 284-6301 IN RE:
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT- Mountain View. Georgia
Cornty 414 N. Orange Ave.
HIPPLE, deceased.
North .of Orange Park Green Cove Springs. FloridaiiUNITYKNOCkSHEDEI corporation etc., that a suit has been filed '
Plaintiffvs. against you in the above en-
creditors of the Estate of
titled cause and you are hereby
Florence S. Hippie deceased,
MORRIS C. WHITE JR., and required to serve upon plaintiffs x
I I[ I are (hereby notified and required
SHIRLEY ANN WHITE attorney whose name and
to file any claims or demands
his wife address appear hereon. your art
which they may (have against
Defendant written defenses 1t '
.- any, to the
said estate in tine office of the
bill of complaint in said suit /
copy of which is delivered to
THE STATE OF FLORIDATo Florida, in the courthouse" at
FOR SALE .4 bedroom you herewith. on or before June
SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- : MORRIS C. WHITE, JR., Green Cove Springs Florida, \
house Elsie Street Hill- 3rd. A. D. 1963. .
mowers. $15.00 and up McGee'sWelding Residence UNKNOWNU.S.S. within six calendar months .
: :0 %
top Section call 284-3860. Herein fail not or decree pro : :
& Radiator 520 N. Saratoga, from the. date of the first publi- ;y.
25-tfc confesso will be entered againstyou
: Orange Ave., Phone 284-3163. Attack Squadron 36, cation of this notice.. Each claim
for the relief prayed in
FOR SALE 3 bdrm. house, 7tfc Fleet Post Office New the bill of complaint.THE or demand must be in writingand a .

kitchen equipped, vinyl tile York, New York. NATURE OF SAID SUIT must state the place of P

floors, screened porch. on 4H FOR THE BEST in all-round To: SHIRLEY ANN WHITE BEING FOR DIVORCE. residence and post office address -

acres of property 3 acres in good printing try the CRESCENT Residence: UNKNOWN.You of the claimant and must
WITNESS my hand and the
Pensacola bahla. Sold with Zone PRESS INC.. The priceis are hereby notified thata seal of said Court at Green Cove be sworn to by the claimant, his \Y> 4 V II f

ton air conditioners Venetian right. suit. has been filed against Springs Florida this 1st day of agent or his( attorney or it will >

blinds and 15 cu. ft. freezer. you in the above entitled cause; May A. D. 1963S become void according to law. I
Deep well pump. Located and ,that you are hereby required / GEORGE L. CARLISLE.

approximately one mile west of For Your Used Mobile Home. to file your answer with Clerk Cireuit Court Administrator Cum Test-

city limits on Rt. 16. Price Top Dollar Paid. Big Allowance She Clerk of this Court and to By Vivian H. Sohm amento Annexo of the

10990. Terms cash. 516. 23 on Your Coach to Trade. serve a copy thereof upon the Deputy ClerkT. Estate of Florence: S.

FOR SALE Upholstered dav- Call EV 4-5584 Collect.ST. plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, J. Jennings Jr. & J. T. Nor- Hippie deceased. ?

enport in good condition. Space JOHNS MOBILE HOMES whose name and address is: J. ton Myron C. Prevatt Law + }
underneath for storing bed- Inc. TURNER BUTLER and WIL- Attorney for Plaintiff Attorney

ding. For information call 529- JESSE M. RITTER LIAM C. GUTHRIE, JR., 102 Address: P. O. Box 372 Kestone Eeig': >ts, Florida

Memorial Home 284-9436 Florida Title Building, Jack- Green Cove Springs Florida Attorney for Administrator # s,.
8871 Ida <
16 1963.
2 9
April 2j. May ,
Community. 16p 2-14 tfc sonville 2, Florida, not laterhan May 2. 9, 16, 23. 1963 /

May 22, A.A. 1963. '
FOR SALE 27 ft. house HELP WANTED If you fail to do so, decree LEGAL :OTICE LEGAL ;NOTICE k'N: ::: "./ / z_ It

trailer; 11-ft. refrig and gas ;pro confesso will be entered IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF LEGAL NOTICE %

stove 1 bdroom. $60 cash. 1VANTED-Ambitious married ''.against you for the relief d e- CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn Notice is hereby given that ''

Phone GCS 2849776. 'couple Christians Openingfor manded in the complaint.The CHANCERY the Clay County Zoning Commission -

16. 23-2c 'I State and County manacerConsiderable nature of said suit beingfor Billy Junior Ward. will hold a Public

owners. cash re- the foreclosure of mortgage Plaintiff Hearing on Thursday May 30.

FOR RENTFOR quired. Great opportunity for encumbering the following described vs. 1963 at 8:00 o'clock pm., In Ctockvite from loUom:Jel-tmooQi Chevrolet;< a,Chery II Now J00,

RENT: Nice 2 bedroom right people. If yon qualifywrite property situate. in ClayCounty Annie Ward. the County Commission Chambers Corvette Sting Kay, Corsair Monza Sn4lrSummerS

house newly painted Inside and Box C, Clay County Crescent Florida: DefendantNo. of the Clay County Court-

out, reasonable, large yard, appliances Green Cove Springs Fla.! Lot Twenty-six ((26)), Block house. Green Cove Springs.

turnished. Call Penney 25-3c Four ((4)), MEADOW- 3616NOTICE OF SUIT Florida for the purpose of coming get going !

Farms. 5298211. 20tfc I I BROOK Unit No. 2, accordto THE STATE OF FLORDA TO: hearing objections if any to ,

ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES plat :recorded in Plat Annie Ward issuing a permit to comply

WANTED Inc. Book 6, .pages 12 and 13, of Central. South Caroline with Section 1, and Section 2, If this isn't a great time to get yourself a long vacation trip in a brand-new car.

We Will Trade for Your Car. the current public. records YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Paragraph 2.13 of Article XVI.
2 2U a new Chevrolet-well we just don'tknow And it's a smart time to trade, what
WANTED or Florida. ,
Furniture AnJ'thing Clay County
or FIED that a suit has been filed of the Clay County Zoning
Ton cab over, about '55. Preferably of Value on a New Mobile WITNESS my band and the against you in the above enGreen Regulations. namely to use the when is. Why,you'd almost have with your Chevrolet dealer all stocked

Chevrolet, 15 wheel !: Home. seal of said Court sat t titled cause and you are hereby Following described propertyfor to be anti-summer not to let one of up for a busy grimmer. Chances are, ha

base or longer. \828\"riteV.Orange. D. ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES Cove Springs Florida, -this 19tt I required to serve upon plaintiffs a Automobile Dismantling these four convertibles has just the model

Hanhart. Box Inc. day of April A.D., 1963.George attorney whose name and Business:
to Or of and color you want
Park. get any
6263 Roosevelt Blvd. L. Carlisle address appear hereon. your The South ThreeFourthsof

WANTED TO BUY Indian EV 4-5584 Clerk of the Circuit. Cour1By written deenses.if any to the I the South Half of the Chevrolet's sedans, -be it Chevrolet,

Head cents. Mrs. J. P. Montgomery or Vivian H. Sobm, bill of complaint in said suit.i Southeast Quarter of the wagons, sport coupes Chevy II, Corvair or

3655 Riverside Ave. 284-9436 Deputy Clerk copy of which is delivered to Northeast. Quarter of Sec- and sport sedans, for 1-E' Corvette-ready to go

Jar. Phone EV 8-6601. 16p 2-14 Uc April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 1961Mi I you herewith. on or before June tion 26. Township 7 South.
that matter. right now.
3rd. A. D. 1963. Range 26 East Clay coun-
I- 1 HI MI MM H--K-H-M H 1 I I i III 1 III 11 II II I I I II I I II I I III I I 1 111 ill I So maybe now
Herein fail not or decree pro ty.- Florida. And there are a.lot 1 1

I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY | confesso will be entered againstyou AH parties in interest and citizens of other buy-now you're all wound up?

shall have opportunity -
for the relief prayed in an reasons besides the Then, spring into

\ t l a 1 I I 3 1 II 1 1 1 111 1 t I 11 t t ''t i'1'' T T'' *' 7 n M T ? T *' "I' the bill of complaint to be heard at said time and at. i
- - -
like the summer your
THE NATURE OP SAID SUIT season. care -


WITNESS my hand and the COMMISSION'
AMERICAN seal of said Court at Green Cove By; James E. Crowl
Fine FurnitureCarpeting PHARMACY
ApplUacee OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Springs Florida, this 30th day Chairman

of April A. D. 1963.S I May 9. 16. 1963
Complete Home Furnishing Reliable Prescription Service CHECK lIS THT DEAlS ON CREVIOLET CiEVYIr CORVAJR.AHD CGRVEITE
5953 Roosevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner / GEORGE L. CARLISLE. ,

Jacksonville EV 74011 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Clerk: Circuit Court JONES HALL NURSERY
Specialists in
By Grace M. Carlisle Now Open 7 Days A Week
TRAILERS Cameras Film Office Supplies-Office Equipment -
DeputClerk Come Oat Browse Around

Pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sandrlei Sam B. Wilson See Our Stock

Air Stream for Travel Complete Line of Greeting Attorny for Plaintiff ffigkway 13 South of New ROBERTSCHEVROlETOrange :

U.ed Trailers-Bank Financial Address: 217 Guaranty LIfe Bridge tarn right at CoBeeove
O017 Roosevelt Blvd. 20ft Blinding BlvC. Cards
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. CfC Building. Jackson iIle. Florida Store foBow signs. and Park Green Cove Springs Phone 2343033i
EV 8.86T8 Jaeao.YI1t. EY $- T14 2655-57 Park St. Jacksonvffie May 2. 9. 16. 23. 193 t

PAGE EIGHT Qav( County COresceut

THURSDAY.. alas 1C_ IOC*

I M H C& Penney FarmsAbout 4 X A Belair And Meadowbrook- I

twenty members of Early last Sunday morning. The Rev. and Mrs. Clarence ; Reporter: LEE McGUIRE

the WSCS from the Methodist May 12th, Mrs. E. R. Brown Miller left on May 13th for (

Church of Ormond Beach, left the M H C with her son. their summer home at Lakeside Ground breaking ceremoniesfor Echockotte at Doctor's Inlet.

spent the day at the Memorial to go to Lakeside, Ohio for Ohio. the Bellair-Meadowbrook I This will Include a family pic-

Home Community on Tuesday the summer. Civic League building were held nic and camp fire in the even-
May 7th. under the ,7
They were
f { last Saturday. Shelby Trager, ing. Cubs and
Mr. and Mrs' R. R. Kunkel parents do plan
of Elizabeth
leadership Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rice and left on May 11th 4, Sheldon Morris and Al Schnie- to attend.
their old
Pyre of the
president WSCS Mr. and Mrs. Ward E. Krone home in der, partners in the Claytona
who is the daughter of the Illinois. Girl Scout
troop No. 474
went on a bird-watching trip to Development Co.. are donatingthe
Rev. ,E. J. Sachtjen a resident Wakulla Springs, Florida, on land and building for the members are working hard on
of the M H C. These visitors The last meeting of the "'tt
May 13th. I of the Civic League. their badges so they will be
enjoyed a fellowship: dinner in W.C.T.U., until fall, will be
Little League teams playeda ready for the court awards to
the Quadrangle cafeteria and held
in the lecture room of the
members and of
Forty guests
sscrimmage game for the be held later this month. Thank
afterwards made of the
a Penney Memorial Church
the Myra Morton Bible Class entertainment of those in at-
L you to Mrs. Smith for helping
MHO grounds and buildings,
Tuesday May 21st at 3 o'clock
enjoyed outdoor meeting
an tendance. John Lee is the man- last Monday at the weekly
including the new Model apart- with Mrs. M. O. Robbins as
and box lunch at the Grove.
ment. 1 ager of our area teams. meeting. Co-leader Mrs. Alta
on Tuesday, May 7th. Mrs. Miss Carne Tarbell
ti All the refreshments donated Parker was unable to attend
Ethel Morgan gave an inspir- will be in charge of devotions, t 4 _
due to illness.
'. were sold or auctioned.
Leigh Soule's friends Mr. ing devotional message on "Assurance and the election of officers Tf.-y- .w

and Mrs. Melvin Gingerich of ," quoting several scriptural will be followed by the reportsof the Thank you .to an who donated Thought I would mention
the directors. goodies.A some comments form residentsand
Goshen. Indiana visited Mr. passages and gospel songs
Soule and 'the M H C on Saturday emphasizing this topic. business meeting and elec- I agree. Let's all try to be
'- tion of officers was also held. a little more watchful as to
May llth.hearing. President Elizabeth Shaffer The Rev. and Mrs. ThomasS.
The following were elected for how our yards look. Childrenwill
presided at the business meet- Cleaver left Penney Farmson ..
> rem the coming : president,
year leave clutter and perhapswe
A constitution and
ing. by-
;- new Monday, April 13th. Their
I laws were adopted. first stop will be Wilmington. David Frady. 1st vice president. all could see to it that these
Carl Lindsey; 2nd vice presi- things get picked thrown
After lunch. Mrs. H. C. Tra- Delaware, to visit a son Dr. up
aids vis and Mrs. Mary Storey led Charles Cleaver and family. I Ground was broken last Saturday for the 400 homes and according to Shelby Trager, dent, David Wiza; 3rd vice away or put away whateverthe
new Bellair-Meadowbrook Civic Center who vice president, Thomas Mar- case be. My yard isn't
in a short program of games. From there, they will go to Ro- donated the land for the new buildingand may
expected to be completed early in gadonna secretary. Mary La- shining example but I try and
to fit chester, New York, to visit a July. At is paying for it, another 700 homes are
everyhearing During the past few days younger son, Richard Clea- the ceremonies, David Frady, representingthe planned for Bellair. Shown above, at the fair, asst. secretary Christine that is all it would take on
board of directors of the Civic League Hartwell, treasurer, Helen Bul- everyone's part to improve the
there has been an exodus of ver and family, arriving at an- ground break ceremonies, are Mr. Trager at I
losstm residents from the Memorial their cottage at East North- nounced that three Little League teams have the shovel and behind him, 1. to r., are: Al I I lington asst. treasurer, Mrs., general appearance of the area.

for their been formed in the BellairMeadowbrookarea. Schneider, president of Bellair subdivision Teresa Gate. Also-little children on little
Comunity summer retreats field, Massachusetts, on June a I
up north including the 6th, to spend the summer. Two of them are sponsored by Sheriff subsidiary of Claytona; Sheldon Morris, presi- The board of directors are tricycles should be kept out of

following: Mr. Paul Johnson John Hall J. P, Hall, Jr., and the Bank of dent of Claytona; Mrs. Robert Fortune repI I IBilly Cate, F. E. McCormick the street and big "kids" on

drove the car of the Rev. and Orange Park The third is sponsored by Clay- resenting the league's general membership Eugene Bullington, J. O. Mauk bicycles off the yards and side-

,o Mrs. Alfred G. Hempstead and The last meeting of the sea- tona Development Corp., builders of Bellair. Thomas Margadonna representing the offi- I and Paul Boyd. walks. Here again my familyis

with them were Mrs. Milton B. son of the Bird Club was held The two areas now comprise approximatelyMiddleburg cers of the league; and Mr. Frady. The next meeting of the not perfect but it takes daily

Pratt and Mrs. Paul Harrison. on May 11th. It was the annual I Civic League wil be May 27 at watchfulness to improve the
MR. R. C. PAULKA meeting with election of offi- t situation. We all know that
Their first stop was a visit to be| dinner on the grounds and 7:30: o'clock at the Bellair-
Laboratory Trained cers. E. E. Stone was the newly NotesReporter many people driving throughour
I historic Williamsburg Virginia. singing in the afternoon. Every- Meadowbrook Baptist Chapel.
Hearing Aid Consultantfrom elected president, Mrs. E. R. neighborhood do not observe -
Continuing north Mrs. Pratt one is invited to attend. The The new officers will be installed -
Brown vice president, and Mrs. : BLANCH BOREE the 10 or 15 miles per
left the group at Wilmington, Rev. William Saunders is pas-' at this time.
MAICO HEARING SERVICE Delaware, to catch a plane for Alma Robinson secretary and Phone BU 2-5348 tor. Cub Scout news which I hour speed limits, but at least
treasurer. J. M. Rice presentedthe let us residents not be guiltyof
York. The rest of
New I
Jacksonville, Fla. will give Albany. program. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMrs. cher had as recent guests their I haven't reported on before because this.

FREE hearing tests and demonstrations the party will travel on together Dorathy Howard of daughter Virginia Chesser and The ladies auxiliary of the I just don't always have
to Boston :Massachusetts. little the time to contact people for Apologies to anyone for errors -
Monday May 20th atBR.WLEY.S Middleburg announces the engagement from Charleston. Volulnteer Fire Departmentheld
From there, Mrs. Harrison will The Rev. E. S. Summersillsays the Information-The local in spelling or iformation
DRUG STORE ,of her daughter S. C. its monthly meeting Tues- I
visit a son at Needham, Mas- that he has ] in this column.
received a I Cub Pack is No. 419 sponsoredby weekly Some of
Green Cove Springs, Fla.
Charlotte Anne Vickers to evening with Mrs. G. A.
sachusetts; Mr. Johnson will number of requests for the com- the W. E. Cherry Elementary these happen due to my writing
Ceme In and
let show
how us yon I visit a son at Wellesley, near plete copy of an article that George Larry Cummings, son Sir. and Sirs.: E. M. Johns,|i Manning president presiding. P. T. A. The pack has and some in the actual print-
to hear '
we cam help you Those present were Mrs. Mar-
and understand much better. Boston; and the Hempsteadswill appeared a few weeks ago under of Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Mrs. Alma Saunders and Miss I i'I I forty members divided into ing of the paper. These things
garette Williams, Mrs. Ruth
No. obligation. I go to see a daughter at the heading "Thinking on Higdon of Jacksonville. The Doris Woods spent the weekend:. Gnann. Mrs. Deese. Mrs. five dens. Den mothers are occur In any paper, large or

,Norwood, Mass. These Things." If anyone would wedding will be held June 22 in Petersburg as guests of j]Frances Bunny Mrs. Darr. Mrs. Jones Mrs. small so please bear with me
Mrs. Jimmie Deese.
like a copy Rev? Summersillwill In the :Middleburg Methodist Mrs. U, G. Young and family. Recent Shepler., Mrss. Thompson and and the Clay County Crescent.
guests of Mr. and
be happy to supply it. Church. While there they visited the Mrs. Bob Wilson were Mr. and Mrs. Darby. Mrs. Le is currently I still desire news from you

AU friends and relatives of Wax Museum.Mr. Mrs. C. A. Brosche from Wheel- substituting for Mrs. Darby folks each week, so please do

17 ACRE RANCH C. S. the couple invited to at- I who is out of town. nt hesitate to
Dopp, who founded the are ing, West Virginia.Mrs. call me day or

Bird Club at M H C and longa and Mrs. Andrew Neg-i Cub master is Tom Darby night. ni also take your subscription -

3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME lover and watcher of birds, tend.Miss'' Vickers is a graduateof rych and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I R. A. Brinson and children with Mr. Shelton as asst. cub should you desire to

was made a life member of the the Orange Park High E. Booth and children spent, and Mrs. Joyce Hatcher master. Mr. Thompson is also receive the Clay County Cres-
club. Several spoke of Mr. School. the weekend In Silver Springs.L left Friday for a visit with Mrs. an assistant cub master in' cent weekly.
Property Fenced & Crossed Fenced Dopp's work as a bird man. Brinson's mother in Carbon- charge of the Webelos don.
While there they visited "Six This is the den the boys are In
He has been the official bird- dale, m.Mrs. .
for Cattle. Large Pecan Trees, Fruit- Orchard, bander at Penney Farms and The Home DemonstrationClub Gun Territory." ,just before they step up to Boy

Mamouth Oak Shade Trees. has now been succeeded by will be held Wednesday Gladys Johns, Mrs. J. Scouts Mr. Morris Mr. Jewell RUSSELL ELECTRIC

t Stone. May 8 at the home of Mrs. HalB. Weekend guest of Mr. and A. Saunders, Mrs. Laurie Saunders and Mr. Lee are committee

Will Colored slides taken by Mrs. Adams. President is Mrs. Mrs. Andrew Negrych were Mr. and daughter and Mr. Mil- chairmen. House Wiring RepairsFor
Homestead Setting. Northing
Makes a Beautiful M. A. G Dther, April 19th. Maybelle Manning. and Mrs. M. V. Benzin and Mr. ford Saunders attended the The pack is very proud and All Household
This in Price Imagine All This for and Mrs.
Compare Booth and
showing birds in their native Fold Festival at the Stephen rightly so, as they won the blue Appliances

Only $13,500. habitat at Lake Alice, were en- The Brotihetihaood of the children of Jacksonville. i I Foster Memorial in White ribbon for excellence in handi- CALL ME

joyed by all present.Mr. Springs Saturday.The craft at the Scout Exposition
Baptist fish
gave a Mr: .
? Alice, Masters has returned 234 9481
held last month at the Gator
-ALSO- supper Wednesday evening for home after I'LL WIRE YOU
a weeks
and Mrs. A. Selden Bar- Monthly Meeting of the Bowl.
all the members of the church. visit in C> at
Orlando home
rows left today for Kalamazoo .. Middleburg P.T.A. will be held June, there will be a special 800 Orange Are. N. CCSBldsmabile
Modern 2 bedroom, 1U bath home and rental cottage ,Everyone enjoyed eating fish of Mrs. Grace Schewburn.
Michigan, where Thursday
they will visit I evening, May 16. cub round table held at Camp
across the street on 23 acres for only $16,500. Both their daughter and son-in-law. and fellowshipping with each
other: Oak Grove Baptist Grove
properties will be open for inspection Sunday, May 19 from Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. M. Nor- ,
tham. Mrs. G. Koyker will Albert Green fried the fish Church will have its home-
2 'til 6 For earlier appointment call Mr. Goodwin, go
p.m. coming on Sunday. There will sales ROCKETING
north with the Barrows to Kalamazoo and the other members of the are :
2843106.Drive out Oakridge Ave. (old Hwy. 17)) 2 milesto .J)
Brotherhood did the .
where her sister will serving.Mr.
property. ACT NOW come and take her to Grand '

PRICE!! Rapids. and Mrs. Arthur Hat- NOTICE OF CLOSINGOF


NEW! BIGGEST FRIGIDAIREfreshfood that You the will BOARD please OF take COUNTY notice > t s

Phone CO 4-4621

1105 US Hwy. 17 Orange Park, Fla. storehouseModel COUNTY, FLORIDA upon

petition of qualified land owners lath
will at 9:00 o'clock am. "

on the 10th day of June A. D. I

M k er' 1963 at the County Court housein

Green Cove Springs, Clay

County. Florida, consider and

determine whether or not the
gflIlrnI1qi i
county will vacate abandon,

discontinue, close., renounce,
.. and disclaim any right of Clay

County or the Public in
x and to
.. .
any lands, or interests therein, "'- -- .
2 -
., acquired for road or highway Nearly 1,700 people a day are discovering what a thrill it is
purposes to that certain streetor to step out in an Oldsmobile. Reasons? Plenty!
road located in
Clay County,
Florida described as follows: j Sleek looks. Sensational V-8 performance! Plus the kind of

7 That part of the old ,i economy that made the Ms Dynamic 88 Class "G"e

r Orange Park to Doctors winner in the Mobil Economy Run .
-Inlet Road ." .
lying between + }
.rII State Road No. 224 and <,, .;
:: .
::: State Road No. 224-A; being -

w further described as

beginning at the easterly

side of No. 224 Just northof

FCDM-14-S3 13.73 CO.ft. the State Prison Farm

and running: Easterly approximately .-

Special for freezer owners! one third of a
IN FLORIDA mile to intersect with the II
Frigidaire Mini-Freezer refrigerator is 96% refrigerator,
4% freezer-13.15 cu. ft. for fresh'fooo! westerly line of State Road
BEER IS A NATURALAs No. 224-A. Except from the
Automatic *
above any parts thereof
natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from refrigerator section. which lie in the right of

which it is brewed, beer Is Florida'traditional beverage of Instant Ice Server Ejector. '. .$409 95 way of any cross streets -

moderation...light sparkling, delicious. 'Which cross the said Old -. --
Flowing Cold Meat Tender. '. ..
And naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry Is proud to be a Orange Park to Doctors t <

major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For 2 Gliding shelves. Inlet Road.

example,the Brewing Industry Is responsible for millions of Twn fruit and vegetable Hydrators. Persons interested may appear D A sC M COMYOM L

dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood to be easy,term* at the time and place
made into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are above specified and be heard. --THJ'S-SOIiETHIJIG mo"
spent for other Florida materials and services. In Florida, Dated: 13 May 1963

beer belongs...enjoy it. THE BOARD OF COUNTY


8-10 W.Walnut Phone t 2M-5661 George 1... Carlisle

-- --- -------- ------ May'16. '1963 and Park Green Cove Springs Phone 234-3033

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