The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 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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Seven Die In SCHOOL WANTED.Before REPORTERS. Adams Call's For '

At A Glance lic schools the open County's The Cres-pub- I

I Collisions On sports cent hopes page.to have its first Unselfish Politicians ,:

-' In order to produce a

.sports :page that anyone j ,

.,; .! 17 S. Of GCS will will need read,reporters The Crescent the I TAKING FAMILY'' SHAPE FROLICS Cites Qualities That .

high schools in Green The second annual Green t

I Seven persons died in two tow truck at the time of the Cove. Orange Park and Goye Springs Family Frolics 1 j tj Made America Great .
Florida's Cabinet whose name is a misnomer and whose I
auto accidents on Route 17 be- crash was taken to Clay Me- and Keystone. will be held September 2 in
existence deprives the of some authority provides
low Green Cove yesterday aft- morial Hospital suffering from Reporters know how tomaid Spring Park.Registration. '
Florida with a continuity of government without parallel in the Sermonizing is the stock-in-trade of politicians.
ernoon in what Sheriff John shock. She was to be transferred p nl a t e typewriters, is still open foi I'
nation according to the Associated Press.
Hall called the bloodiest day in -to the Naval hospital at they know ..to, spell the the Miss Family Frolics pag-J However, it is not given to many real-life politicians to

This continuity stems from the fact that, except for the the County's automotive his- NAS. names, .of "those of whom. j eant. If you are single and achieve a real-life pulpit. When it happens it is, apparently,

governor. Cabinet members can seek re-election as often as they tory.Both Caldron said that he and they are writing:} and they between the ages of 15 and 18 I a sobering influence. 4 '
accidents caused by three friends left Warwick turn tn'copy every week.I I and are interested in this pag-
wish.That skidding took N.Y. If the if"well writ- I Tom Adams Florida's youthful and urbane Secretary of
shows up in the current membership: place within four approximately 80 miles copy eant contact Mrs. W. Burch
Secretary of State Tom Adams in office since 1961 but hours of each other. west of New York City Tuesday ten, heavily spliced with I Stump 284-3460 or Mrs. Jack State, occupied the pulpit of the Orange Park Methodist Church

succeeding R. A. Gray who held the job 30 years. The first 10 miles south of morning headed for Daytona names (properly spelled), 1 Saam 284-9370. I last Sunday morning.

Atty. Gen. Richard iSrvin, in office since 1949. Green Cove took six lives, Though there was a divider in the going rate is the I The committee wishes tc Gone was the verve and persuasiveness of his political phil-

Comptroller Ray Green, in office since 1955. wiping out four members of a the middle of the highway and princely sum of seven thank the_ City for their donation -I lippics (his last public appearance in the County was to announce

Treasurer J. Edwin Larson hi office since 1941. Jacksonville family of six. though the accident occurred rents a column inch. The I and support. I the withdrawal of the State's offer on the Green Cove
since The second which occurred before 5 o'clock. Caldron said rewards are somewhat Ed Taylor and Mrs.
Supt. of Public Instruction Thomas Bailey in office Mayor naval base), gone was any implication of partisanship. And
1949. just below Mitchell's Seafood he could not tell whether the greater: when you apply Saam will appear on wXJ'i on his address
yet was as topical as today's headlines.
Market ,took the life of a Pa- truck_ and car in front of him for admission to college, August 23 at 10:30: o'clock in

Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner, in office since latka man. were moving or not. When he you can claim you were a connection with the activities. Indeed, the only suggestion of partisanship came from

1961 but succeeding.Nathan Mayo who held the post 37 years In the earlier tragedy six discovered they were parked on bona fide newspaper reporter Programs for the Family James E. Crowl, who officiated at the services. In introducing

By contrast governors cannot succeed themselves but may died in a broadside collision of the road he said, he slammedon during your high Frolics celebration are in cir- Secretary Adams. Mr. Crowl said that when the Secretary first

seek another term only after another person has served. two cars in a heavy rainstorm. his brakes and skidded into school years. culation and the complete pro- ran for the State Senate he had a considerable amount of opposition -

According to police a car being the car. With him were James Any takers? gram will be printed in The which worried him. However he related on the day

driven north by Charles C. Granger 18; Robert Sacina, 19;I Crescent next week. Ii of the election, heavy rain storms in Green Cove kept mostof

Kemp, 36 years old of Jacksonville and Michael Seekamp, 15. all the voters at home.
Closer coordination of state and local promotional-programs,
skidded off the high of Florida N. Y.
for luring tourists and industry to Florida this fall and winteris at Board Hears (Editor's Note: The occasion referred to above was in 1955
way a high rate of speed in County Proposal
the aim of the Florida Development Commission.ChalrmanD1rector when Secretary Adams ran for the Senate against J. Slater
a heavy rain. In attempting to
:No Free Rights Smith of Green Cove. Though Mr. Smith carried Clay County.
WendeD Jarrard said to foster this cooperation get back on the road the driver
he lost Baker County and the election.)
For Cecil l Short-Cut :
skidded .
the commission. conduct a series of community again, plowing into. the >

meetings beginning this-week ln"Pensacola and ending next week side of) a southbound 'can No Paved RoadsFour Mr. Adams described the United States as a nation that

in Tallahassee.: In addition to Mr. Kemp the members of the County The long journey from Clay County to Cecil Field will be "became great because its leadership volunteered for public

dead are: Commission considerably Commission follows I service. '
refused to back shortened if the County .w "
Other beaTings will be Panama City, Jacksonville, Daytona '
Mrs. Mary Alice Ken :,, 35. down Monday from a resolution through with 'a plan suggested Monday by Floyd Gnann, 'speak- "
Beach, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Hollywood and Sarasota. wife -vt the driver. "Men who knew they could not bring' about prosperity by
adopted two years ago which ing in behalf of the Middleburg Civic Club. ,
Joyce and Joann Kemp, '10- stated that rights of"-way must discouraging thrift. v '
year-old twin Because of the lack of roads in the sparsely-settled,northern
daughters of be donated before -secondary "Who-knew they could not help the wage earner by'pullinx
Figures recently received by 'the "Florida "Bankers Association "Kemp.? roads KTiU be from part of the county; it requires considerable. time to get to Cecil
pared a two down the ware payer.
show the state leading or equalling the Sixth Federal 'Reserve Andrew Jackson Herring. 64, million 'dollar bond Issue. Field which lies in the southern part of Duval County. I
District In eight out ol eleven diversified -major"employ 'of Brunswick, Da --Fm... "That they could, notfurther. the brotherhood, of man by
the second? time in the residents have to into Jacksonville to 103rd streetto '
ment categories. "Ftortdians personal income in the Mrs Clay go I encouraging class, hatred.
money Herring, his wi1e. hose ; ..
.past year. Commissioner H. E. reach this huge jet base. Numerous ,plans>> 'have? been ad- J
pocketbook reached estimated $11/4 billion annual rate. first ; : "Men who knew .
an name and'age could-aot be they not help the.poor by discouraging *
Moody urged the board.to
pur- the to construct.
vanced in .past jrears, with backing from Navyt '
.n- determined. .
.., -- ,... .... W', immediately chase some rights of way so a road from the Orange Park area to"the base. The State Road : the rich.: : r.-.- 4
; Donna Kemp, about 1.. "WaEIn' .pa v1ng can be started. Department, however has never V considered the projects too "Who knew they could not establish sound security on
The Florida. oI TOOwa4.:tomeetvin Tampa today Clay Memorial, suTFeringmultiple ; -, .
p&tmMJr" .: Mr. Moody said.some..properly seriously because of the C st. borrowed money. -V '
to work d5Jtp7ars;jOT jtalrflng TOngres ioalEproval:. t.thtt.( "serious injuries.. ,,pwner alp.ogL -Ule.se..rauteE .> .. _10- :
\ million appropriation requested'TTesident. "Kennedy for begin- Charles Kemp:'Jr: 1-3t.t 'would not;give rights at way 'Gnann's plan would -make use'of' fife few toss-In-N: r bert }- ', Atsd that ihe9sest et'i p"'i.v. .. 0 iHJtt

')?i nlng the cross-state Tsarge canal. fered minor injuries. which was delaying .the proJ- Clay County. Using a map he pointed out to the board' that more than they earned? / ,.. \> ( -

J, h Kemp's driver's license"Ested: ects while the*county was paying a graded road about three miles north of MlddIeburg'which "Men who knew they could not build character and courageby
Buren Brice of ronsonhifrnian'Ot-the natural. resources his occupation as painter. interest on amused bond links with'State Road 21. leads to within 1.75 miles of a paved taking away. man' initiative and independence."Let .

end waterways committeesaid .the council hopes Congress Junior Qrinis, 48 years old money. road .running from the Old Brannan Airfield to Cecil Field. I us., he concluded "accept our Christian responsibility -

win act favorably tm She Subject' eluding -the. present-session.. of Palatka.'was killed less-than Not so: said Chairman.Luther ity -. responsibility of unselfish service. Render it where-

four hours later when he-wentbetweena .By building a road linking these already existing roads you will. But demand it of public officials"
The council said if the money -appropriated, work will Wilson. The :lend money. Gnann said,it would..provida.'short cut to Cecil Field tor residents -
start a lock In the "St. ;Johns River to dredgean approach truck and autdbeingtowed Wilson said is now .in banks
on the of Middleburg and the,Meadowbrock area: of'Orange park: "We have the energy, we have the talent. If we but have-
channel in the river and to start digging 'a part of the canal by truck to repair the -where it is drawing more interest : -: the desire ours will remain a nation of free men. a fortress of
behind the 1ock.EverituaIb' towline. "As he did so, fast- -'for the county than the The graded portion of this :route could be.paved Gnann freedom in and unrest."
a boiling sea of oppression '
moving "New York car being interest being :mid ton the stated when money became available. He predicted that,the i. .
the canal-win:run "18'4mlles'-from the"St.."Johrs driven, according to police by bonds. road if constructed would be liavfly traveled Following the services. Secretary Adams, expressed optimism

to the Gulf. It will cost <$1S8 "million.-with '$146 Tnlllton of this Anthony Caldron '18, of War- Wilson said if the county, at the future of a muncipially-owned base at Green Cove and

coming from the federal government. wick. N. Tr. skidded into 'the started buying -rights iif way The board;agreed to contact owners of the'Brarinan Air- said the State government stands ready to assist. City officiate

parked truck. I from property owners who port property determine if Tigrjt of way would tie donated.Commissioners in any way possible to make. the base a great. investment for

Griffis.who'was'in, the wouldn't donate 'it, the prog- the public good.School -

Florida has 12798 restaurants capable, .--seating *S59283* ressalready made acquiring

'persons. Fires Level HomesIn rights of way wouldne"lost. V
Board members reported-sev- :
In addition there are "2.195 take-out service establishments. : eral weeks ago that delay in Board OK's $5,500; s

'1.947 co nter-type operations 644 driveinsand"315 mobile'food Doctors Inlet some of the projects was due

dispensing vehicles. Fires of unknown,origin leveled to the State Road Department,
To Move Seven'Houses
,two from lack of No New JailV -
Dade County leads in :number tH food -serving inns with hones in the:Doctors 1lCQUirlngtights _
Inlet area of Clay County dur- : rOf 'way.Breakin.
3 685 food service licenses. '
: ; ing the past week. The County school board has awarded contracts totaling

Gilchrist County has fewer food service licenses -thanany Tie 'home cf Arthur :.Prevail The day County 'Commission bas taken exception to an approximately $5,500 for moving seven houses purchased from

other county. Gilchrist 'OUntsonly seven. was destroyed agaturoay .night AtStricklaucTs article printed"in The Crescent last week urging that a new Jail the federal government to three of the County's schools The

and :A home owned by W. C. constructed to prevent escapes such as occurred two weeks ago buildings which cost the board $5 each will make'two sehcol-
-Fk>rida's seven Supreme Court Justices began their August HolUngsworth went in agowhen Jailer: .John G1ert:y was-virtually scalped by two prisoners I'tIOmS..o

summer recess last week but left one Justice on hand for emer- smoke early Monday. up who enjoyed a brief fling at freedom.Commissiaa .
I The laRue Corp. of Green Cove
gencies. was awarded
; Volunteer firemen from Doctors Thieves traveling by :boat two contracts -
members said they were of the opinion that
totaling approximately 4000. to
move three
Traditionally the Supreme Court uses August :for personal Inlet and Orange Park stole diving equipment valuedat with the piece of car spring they used to pry loose a bar the NAB to the Keystone school and two others to the houses from
vacations, .hearing no cases and handing down only emergency answered the calls but the from $600 to $800 from prisoners could have: broken out "of-any jail. nerman school. R. C. Ban-
rulings. blazes "had gained !%o muCb .from Strickland's Xanding during -

headway to extinguish the weekend the Sheriffs Board members also made it clear that while trusties perform The seven houses declared surplus by US officials at NAS

families were not at tome in, Department reponed. The chores at the court "house --occasions, they are not responsible were purchased "at a small per cent of their value"
either AH Lake for action on the part of these trusties after the
Modernization of New York's 500-mfle state-operated barge case Jurzgshings J building on Kingsley was
canal system was described last week as **vital" to the economic were destroyed; |broken icto through trusties return to jaIl 3or the night. At the annual public hearing on the County budget. H1n1s-
C. Long, superintendent pointed out that while receipts from
health of the Port of New York and the economy of the stateas The implication of :this was that the board could not be US government sources will be reduced by an estimated $136,000

a whole.A held responsible if trusties: carted a heavy piece of metal suchas because legislation on federal impact
students has not been
10 Gets Support an automobile spring Into the jail to abet an escape. enacted the County will
Joint legislative committee studying the possibility of removing approximately this amount in
Sheriff Hall discussed: the jail break with the Aboard briefly.lie increased State funds.A. .
modernization costs from New York State taxpayers by ,
said he had not yet learned how the piece of metal was
the canal over to the Federal government heard an '
turning brought Into the jail. He said all prisoners with the exceptionof E. Anthony. Jr.. pointed out that aa over-aH Increase
testify about value of the canal as a factor
array of Of Commissioners were shaken down each night. in the board's budget for the coming year, totaling more than

jn stimulating growth of the state. 'I Sheriff HaD told the board several months ago that he felt $113,000 for an estimated increase of 290 students wilT

It now costs about $6 million a year to operate and main- I it would be more economical to construct a new jail rather make it necessary to operate on less money because of a rise of

tain the waterway from Waterford on the Hudson River to Lake Orange Park's opposition to location of a new" bridge within than make any additions to the present antiquated structure. more than $155,000 In teaching. salaries.

Erie with links to Oswego. Lake Champlain and Cyuga and the'city limits got support Monday from the Clay County Com- His comments came at a.time when the Clay-P-TA Councilwas Harfor
Lakes. mission.On. urging the commissSoa to buM,* sin jafl 1th adequat. N. Hanson of Orange Park read to the board a
Seneca letter signed by Mrs. Lee N. Duncan, president of the Orange
facilities for Juveniles.
a motion Commissioner Louis of Orange
by Huntley
Park High School band association
Park the Road The board rejected a new jail but did agree to build juvenile II I requesting $1.500 for bandequipment
board adopted a resolution urging the State and music since the County
I could
quarters onto the old Jail when the sheriff> furnishes: them witha expect an increase
Sheriff John Hall turned thumbs down on a Dade County Department not to locate the westerly approach to the bridge !!! in funds from increased taxes and from the new '-i.s" State-
plan under which selected county prisoners will work at private and an interchange at any one of three locations within the plan. j I I law.

jObsduring the daytime and return at night to the county jailto city limits now under consideration.The .

serve their sentences. The recent session of the State Legis- resolution stated that the board would prefer that the Winn Dixie and Jacksonville divisional The request was turned down because according to Mr:

lature authorized Dade and Duval counties (Duval's sheriff says bridge be located on Fleming Island south of Orange Park. ... manager. Long. "all increases in revenue have been more than absorbedby

M wants no part of it) to grant (through the county judge) Commissioner Marvin Green of Middleburg said soundingshad I .. Average payment to the 4,677 instructional *salaries* and funds are not available for this

certain prisoners confined to county jails or stockades the right been taken in that vicinity and a bridge located south of DistributesRecord eligible employes throughoutthe (band) purpose.

M leave the Jail in the morning work at a Job during the day Orange Park would spur the growth of the county. nation was $232. A. B. Custer asked how the board could justify not closing
to the Jail after work. From their paychecks the The the after receiving a
return commission adopted resolution estimated
$2 minion on the Penney Farms schooL The school last year had approximately
county: would get room and board the prisoner's family a living petition from Orange Park residents which argued the meritsof BonusThree top of the bonus win be allocated 50 students and three teachers.
\ &.fever is left will be put into a fund for the prisoner when he locating the bridge near Collins Road in Duval County rather to participants retIre-

Jea yei Sheriff fall said prisoners working under such conditiOns than in Orange Park. ment accounts for the com- Mr. Anthony said that in his opinion it was not feasible

could bring almost anything they chose back into jail Most residents in Orage Park disapprove of the bridge for I of the eight employee panys fiscal year ended June to attach a doUar-and-cents figure to the closing of a school,

jW them (dope. guns, weapons etc.) unless they were more their community because they contend it would split the town of the Winn Dixie Food Storein 29. He stated there were other things more important to be con-

dully supervised in their return than he now has personnel and destroy valuable residential property on which homes are Green Cove have received sidered. such as the overcrowding of the Bennett School. In

pointed out further that such a plan would turn the now located. bonuses in the company' Green Cove employes who received this instance. it could mean additional classrooms would have

1 r.tiifXe to a parole officer and he said he did not feel that The county resolution will be presented at a hearing on $1,086.022 profit-sharing plan the bonus are: Deward to be built to take care of the children transported from Penney '

advantages. _of rehabilitation inherent in the program compensated location of the bridge which is expected to be called in the. near according to an announcementby Priest. Tlnsley J.: WeBs and Farms and if such were the ease. the cost to the Board wouldbe

for the dangers. future by the State Road Department. J. W. Nease. vice president Clifford Hunter. more than to operate Penney Farms School.



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PAGE TWO .- :: Stay : -:., \ ,' ;;i.. ",THURSDAY AUGUST 15 1963

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(Stag County! (!Eresceuf: 1 ( '. 7. .mss CAR WASHED ANYONE
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.,: ijt) otl kker J .MHC & Fullerton i WihsFGE The Rainbow Girls will holda
*+ .. Saturday
"Car Wash" on on
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAYBY -! by DUNCAN GRONER.t t .- Sales August 17th. between the hours

Penney FarmsReporter Trig"Donald of 10:00: ajn. and 5:00 pm.. or
One of the ministers of the County dismissed me some
CRESCENT PRESS. INC. you may call 284-9663 for an
months back with the terse announcement that it was time Fullerton. General I
Green Cove Springs. Florida appointment to have your cat
AIRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8131
for him to start working on a Mother's Day sermon that didn'tsound :
Phone 284-3166 Electric distributor in Green washed at home.
like a mess of molten sugar. Miss Ada Beckey returned to. and the Higbys will remain I
Cove and Orange Park has returned -
N OITOIIAl MHC last week after an with her until she is better
What he was saying. I think, was that any statement of the from a cruise throughthe GCS BOWLING LEAGUE
A C TI ; personal devotion or gratitude is in deadly peril at all times of absence of six week during They plan to return to MHC FLANS FOR SEASONThe
sounding like tommyrot. which she visited friends in about October 1. Grand Bahamas which he Green Cove Springs

Baltimore New York, Ontario, won for meeting a sales quota Mixed Bowling League is making -
loyalty friendship steadfastness warmth I could and North Caro- The Rev. and
EDITOR ..__..._........_............._....__................ Duncan Groner on all go I Washington, Mrs. Howard set by GE for its southeastern plans for the coming sea-
are overworked words. Perhaps because they are Ryall and their .
GENERAL MANAGER .._...._._..._.._................... Eugene Koza overworked lina. daughter district. Mr. Fullerton. who h. son. Anyone Interested In
they are all the more impressive when one meets Kathy of Braddock, Pa., are neces-
Entered as second Class Matter July 15. 1912 at the Post Office them face to face... Rev. Oral Carl Brown, Jr., visiting Mrs. RyalTs mother a many-time winner of the an-i I bowling (no experience contact Mrs.
Cove Springs. Florida under the Act of March I. 1897.Secoad sary) Is asked to
.. Fla. has been visiting his parentsat Mrs. Homer K. Miller. Mr. nual trip, also took secon
Grvem Cave Sprlm Ry 'I
Clmnm p..tace paid at r I am thinking of two people in particular who have in Agnes Turner or J. R. Mc-
the fourteen MHC. He has recently been all is pastor of the Presbyterian place in a golf tournament held Saturday. August
SUBSCRIPTION months since I came to The Crescent, contributedin Gaughey by
One Year-in advance ____.............__..._.__ S400 work and loyalty in steadfastness and in a barebones friendship doing anthropological research Church in Braddock.. during the cruise. I 17th. Bowling will begin the
far work in Haiti, on an 0 A S Fel- Kathy is a sopohomore a\ I Labor Day.
more than money or words could ever reimburse them.I I first Moday after
lowship. Waynesboro College.
81 YEARS YOUNG am speaking of Mrs. Mary Pacetti and Eugene Koza.
Tardily we salute Miss Bonnie Baker who has just roundedoff The one was for a number of years before I got here and until The Women's Guild of the Mrs. E. C. Thompson who

81 years of youth and gentleness and charm and good works.It very recently. The Crescent's bookkeeper social mentor and Penney Memorial Church has has spent her winters at Pen- NOW!
may be said, as a sweeping generality that any cause Miss friend. I would guess that she has forgotten more of the paper's received a communication from ney Farms with Mrs. Hoffmanwill

Bonnie ever espoused became a successful one. inner workings more of the people of the County, more of the the United Church Women celebrate her 98th birthday
Born just 17 years after the close of the Civil War, when detail of producing a paper than I will ever know. urging all citizens to write let- on August 20. She is greatly

its veterans were still relatively young men and just beginning to ters to our United States sen- loved.by all at the Penney Me- Next to Vision Hearing Is the Most
Bonnie has watched the When it became necessary last winter in order to pay the ,
regain their ravished patrimony. ators asking for the prompt morial Church and Sunday
bills and produce a paper, to take Mrs. Pacetti off the Sense We Possess!
social and economic standards of the world change from the ratification of the nuclear test School. She is now staying! Important
opulence of the Victorian era from the grandeur of what was she worked for months without receiving or hoping to receive ban agreement.Mrs. with her son. Dr. A. C. Thompson -
. a penny of remuneration. She did not cavil she
,left of the Old South to what some call today an internationalrat ; was at his home. She may be Thus, as properly fitted lenses can overcome defective
always warm and cheerful and in the days ( ) when
now past
and violent changes Miss
race. During these perplexing Dora Moser returned tc addressed at P. O. Box 336
there was a very real doubt that the next payroll could be vision loss of hearing can be compensated by an
,Bonnie has remained ever the same: a gentlewoman to her met. MHC last week after her con- Punta Gorda. Let us send her
that another paper could be produced she was a source of aid to hearing.
fingertips.Yet finement at Clay Memorial a shower of birthday cards.
has not stayed her from ,her appointed tasks.A inspiration to everyone who worked with or near her. Finally
gentility Hospital following a heart at- Make your Appointment NOW! for your
worker for Green Cove's VIA. for the County's first (VIA) she was offered another job and I took pains to tell the man tack. Mrs. Mabel Fast has with her Meteric Analysis and Consultation Audiotact
for whom she went to work that he might search the
library for her church and. be it said for The Crescent her son and daughter-in-law
which she served so well for many years as social reporter.The biways and he would never find another more loyal more The Rev. and Mrs. CliffordS. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fast og Indianapolis

first '81 are the hardest. Many happy returns. Miss willing to try something new 'or more friendly. Higby left this week with and. their two sons MRS LEE E, DERDA

Bonnie. their small house trailer, to Andy and Matt. with
Another (among many) to whom I owe a debt I can never
pay is Gene Koza, now (I trust) enjoying a brief and badly- visit Miss Constance Mitchell them, is Mrs. Donald Aldridgeand Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist .
SocialsMr. needed vacation with his wife ad four children in Virginia. and Miss Ada Jane Harvey in her son. Ralph of Louis- \
Green Cove Salem. Va. Miss Harvey is ill ville. at the Gainesville Hearing Aid Office

Gene a retired Navy chief (he may have been on his appointment -

and Mrs. Richard Abel birth of a baby son. David the youngest chief in the United States Navy), 632 N. w. 13th St.. Gainesville Florida ,
and their four children Larry, Keith on July 30th. weighing walked into The Crescent just about a year ago, inquiring if we
Phyllis Dennis and Beth of ,,8 IDS.. 10 oz. Mrs. Wheeler is needed a photographer. At first he was The Crescent's pho- Phones: 372-671S Evenings 374-1S84'

Ponte Gorda visited Rev. and the former Judy Durrance, tographer. For several months he and I toured the County VOLKSWAGENS

Mrs. A. W. Pierce last week daughter, of Mr. and Mrs., T. looking for ,pictures. His warmth his durable sense of humor

Mr. Aber is Mrs. Pierce's grand A. 'Durrance and the paternal and infectious laugh were qualities I enjoyed.

nephew.Mr. grandparents,are Mr. and Mrs And then when The Crescent's working staff was fired. SpringMOTORS
Arlie, Wheel i Gene was shoved pellmell, into the middle of producing a paper. BUILDING MATERIALS

and Mrs. J. A. Ridley had To my knowledge, he had never before seen a flatbed press; REMODELING:

as their guests last week theii Mr. and Mrs. M.P. Page have certainly he had never got close to one. But under the tutelageof F REPAIRS

daughter Jane, who: is a dental: had ,as their guests their Bill Reed The Crescent's former man-of-all-works. Gene SERVICE
technician in Charleston. S. C. daughter and son-in-law. Mr. learned to kick the press'into subservience, to get newspapersout i iI FREE ESTIMATESOrange

and Freddie ,LUienthal ,also of and Mrs. W. M. Tucker and of it. to sell an ad and then put it together and his enthusiasm FOR I 1 d i 1k.. Park, FIG.d .

Charleston.Mr. their two. children of Greenville and deep loyalty never flagged or failed.In ii

N. C. The Tuckers also a minuscle operation such as a weekly newsapepr. the VOLKSWAGENAUTOMOBILES L-

'and-Mrs. Fred 'Nelson visited Mrs. Tucker's brother full responsibility too often falls on one person. Where there i

went to South Carolina to be James Jtarp r. are such as,Mrs.. Pacetti and Gene Koza. the job is far easier; 26467914&C
with her parents Mr. and MrsJ. the debt far greater. For loyalty. ; and friendliness and good cheer r

who suffered minor are the fabric of any successful enterprise. Without them, it becomes .
H. Rusher -
Park Trammell and hex :
Mrs. I
unhappy drudgery. In spite of vicissitudes
In automobile an sundry 2849209U.
Injuries an -
sons Park Jr.. Robert and Jeff the job here has not been drudgery and I grateful to
accident: while enroute to Vir- S. HWY. 17 NORTH
of Blountstown were the guests GREEN STAMPS
: I those who have helped-make; it fun.MTLIcTOO ,
ginia for a vactipnN Both the lOt Yards North Creek .
last Week of, Mr. and Mrs. C f G rernr '
Nelsons and, Uie Rushers returned I 103$ U.S. Highway IT"
B. Bowles and ,family. I /
to Green Cove last Sun- r HIGH .

Miss Kathy Kenney is at !
Mr.. and Mrs. Arise Wheeler Howey-in-the-Hills Academy Following the example of numerous -
Jr.. of Eau Gallic, announce the this-week at Baton school. other counties in the SOCIETY

state the Clay County School .
Cor. E. Houston St. A
A Word of ThanksI FOOTBALL PRACTICE Board. Monday' rejected the N. Magnolia Ave
price of milk for school lunch : .
am grateful beyond rooms"from 5 cents to 7.2 centsa FLORIDA ,

words to all the dear friends any Clay High held its first foot- half pint. Service held Sunday S The Bank of Green Cove Springs

who have stood by me; who ball practice this morning. The bids were received from at 11 a.In.SabJed .

sent flowers and food; who did Coach Billy Montgomery has Gustafson Dairies of Green :

all they could for us In our ,be announced that any boy who Cove Springs and Superior SPIRIT

reavement. As we see each of wishes may still come out for Dairies of Jacksonville., S Loans For Home
you in the future we will try the team. Board members said this August 11 Housing ImprovementFHA

to express our thanks. However, anyone reportingfor I price was prohibitive if the cost A cordial Invitation Is extended'o .
the team after August 26 I of school lunches remained at attend our serricea. r

Thelma Kirkland and will not: be' allowed to play in 30 cents. ,. Title 1

The ,Kirkland Family. the first game. The Florida Milk Commission,I t
is expected to hold a meeting in

the near future to investgatethis MurrheeInsurance
The First Presbyterian Church price increase for school AgencySee These, loans can be granted to any property owner who is purchasing -

lunch rooms. The issue is ex-
Magnolia Ave. at Gum pected to be settled by the time or has purchased a house, after qualifying through FHA Standards..,

Green Cove' schools open in September.In .

other action the board ItDs ATI .
appointed B. T. Peavy as prin-
llornlnz"orshlp 10
cipal of the Penney Farms
Homo Improvement
;; For August Only school to succeed Mrs. Irma .i

Riggs who retired at the end of See: RICHARD MURRHEE .
VISITORS WELCOME the last school term.PENTECOSTAL Agent .

Phone 473-4786
: r


{ "Accentuate the Positive" { GreeR Vermont Core Are.Springs .

Jz Jt IN
I You hare a

t Special Invitation
Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land I to attend MEET -3: '' ,

With the old swimming hole nearby I Church and Sunday School

Tracts from $573. up. Easy terms., '
I Sunday School 9:45 a.m. MEAT .' > l''t; ,
See Us for your Real Estate Needs Preaching 11:00 a.m. I ..,; .. ''i ,

I Sunday Nile Serv. 7:00 p.m. : .
, + :: ; ': '
i ,
S. E. McKAYKeystone !I Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. ;,
h.i 1 _
): .- ;
: :
Pastor Ralph S. Morgan, :- -'
I Heights Phone 473.4816 ..

I ., : :w ':;- : to Tom vice ..'. ,.. -
---- 0 7-" 4 Apply Henry, president L ; r

"- .""..,. -' I ,;.- > : !' ,:.'\: ...' -. .,
a\. d, .> ,._

"li here The Best Is Better We CoDed

3j 3 R OXLY Electric THE The Bank of Green Cove Springs S

'- and .
"; BEST Telephone 284-3650 5

YOUR or \

NEEDS .p Congress 4-9583 _' __ '_i
; .
Summer Hours-
__., ....' .. ,So_ .'
HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGSGet ? Monday Tnes, FrL 9:00 a.m.-1:38-p.m. .

Wed.. Thurs.. .* SaL-9:00 ajn.-12 DOOa
It All From -


1922 Jlkhwa7 17 Phone 2C4-6S31 Orange Park


1 -

!{ ( Crescent
THURSDAY AUGUST 15, 1963 May Eotmtg ,. .....,.. w.i. ." ,. ..-,,- FAGS THREE"

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LEGAL NOTICE ConservationNews LEGAL NOTICE Army Reserve Pvt. Freder- Navy Lieutenant Frank B.

IX THE CIRCUIT COURT By Allen Lastinger IN THE COUNTY JCDGETS ick J. Walker m. whose parents Baggott. Chaplain Corps son

OF FOURTH JUDICIAL CIB/CCIT COURT OF CLAY COUNTY. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick: of Mr. and Mrs. Vitano W.
COCftTT. FLORIDA.In D. La Hay. live in Green Cove, Baggott of Orange Park serving
The re: Estate of
NO. 3658 Supervisors of the Clay I I
MINNIE S. UURR. Soil Conservation District deceased.ELIZABETH S. WOODWORTH FUu, is participating in Exec with the staff of Commander

Plaintiff cise SWIFT STRIE m. U. S. 15 recently -
Jack Wilkinson Maxville. NOTICE OF FILING FINAL a Destroyer Squadron
JAMES L. STRICKLAND and RETURN ANT. PETITION Strike Command exercise in participated in a major
wife; JOHNNIE MAE OLIVER TURN AND:!' FOR ORDER Georgia and North and South fleet strike and anti-aircraft
r Springs Lawrence Murray
ELIZABETH STRICKLAND Carolinaduring his two week warfare exercise conducted by
BRUMBELOW.. JAMES 0.-and, J. P. Hall Jr. of Green
LEONARD STRICKLAND. I.! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENthat of active duty training SWIFT Comander First Fleet off the
alive and the unknown Cove Springs. R. M. Saunders I have filed my final re
spouse turn as Administrator c. t. a. STRIKE III ends tomorrow. Pacific Coast.
of Orange Park E.. D. McCall
CAnErs TRADING POST STRICKLAND. If alive and. of>> the Estates of Elizabeth S.
If dead the unknown spouse and Allen Lastinger plan to at- Woodworn. deceased. therein re-

RALPH F F. INLET MARINAMERCURY WE BUY SELL TRADE creditors heirs devisees, or other grantees parties tend Florida Association of Soil questingapproval return and an order cf the of final dIs-

Three locations: claiming: by through underor and Water Conservation Dis- thi charge snotkre; and once after each publication week for of
against the said JAMES
15 E. Palmer LEONARD trict Supervisors Eighteenth four consecutive -weeks I will
& JOHNSON SU Ph. 284-3280 STRICKLAND: Florida This Week's
MilBERGEROrange ALONZO A. STRICKLAND Clay County. for ap-
ENGINES Warehouse & antiques old unmarried; NADENE:: Annual Meeting which will be apply to the County Judge of
proval of said final return and
& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS Gym Bldg. S. Orange Are. STRICKLAND and HETTIE FAYETTEENOLAND WHITEHEAD. held in the Robert Meyer Ho- for an order of final dischargea

'(next to bus station) tel in Jacksonville August 14 administrator cum testamen-
"BIG TOP" tent -. Blanding to annexo of the Estate of E1U-
EE-ZY TRAILERS Defendants. 15. 16, 1963. abeh S. Woodworth. deceased. BONUSBUYS
Blvd. At Ridgewood
Furniture: & appliances at TO: ALONZO. A. STRICKLAND. The Theme of this conven- s/ Carroll M. Wright.
CONDITIONING::' OUTBOARD REPAIR Residence: California Men's A* Administrator C T A. 'rr
fIR bargain priers 8tfc Colony, Los Padres. California tion "CONSERVATION OPPORTUNITIES of the Estate of ElizabethS.
Service Hwy. 17 Orange Park ; Mailing Address: California Woodworth. deceased.
Men'Colony.. P. O. Box E. IN THE RACE Pub. Aug. 15 22. 29. Sept. 5. '63
Home Phone 284-978O Phone CO 4-9835 Room %%80. Los Padres. California FOR SPACE The State of Florida to all per-
Business Phone 284-9581 HAIRCUTS << ;
unknown This convention will be wel-
We spouse of JAM.ES
GIN'S' give LEONARD STRICKLAND. II comed to Jacksonville by Mayor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
scs tN "Firstiaircut"Certificates alive and if dead the un- Haydon Burns. Senate CLAY COINT1FLOHIDA
known spouse heirs devisees !.
+y Refrigeration grantees creditors or other Jack Mathews will address the JESSE C. GRANT.Chaaeery JR.

And Air WAT.ONW.D paTties claiming by. through convention at 9:45 Plaintiff
under Thursday I Valuable Plaid I
or against the said & Stamps
% tom...' LAND Residences: Defendant
UNKNOWN; : :NO. 36S3
Park All parties having or claiming The County Conservation NOTICE OF SUIT
Orange Barber
Shop '
have any right title or inter- Awards Committee met last I THE STATE OF FLORIDA -
Chrysler Airtmp Sales HERMAN E. REED Hrs. 8:30 to 6:30 est in the property described TO:
a.m. pan. In Tuesday
the night 6th
'Complaint filed in this August in ILSE GRANT
Authorized Philco 400 W. Walnut St. same location for over 15 yean cause.You the Court house Annex. This I ROUTE NO. 2 SUPER RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
are hereby notified that a AVERILL PARK, :NEW: YORK SQUARE CUT CHUCK
Service Phone 284-6721 KINGSLEY & HTWAY 17 suit has been filed against you committee selected the nom- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- -
Day Ph. 284-368O and JAMES L. STRICKLANDand FIED that a suit has been filed
Green Cove BESSIE STRICKLAND his nees that will represent the against you in the above entitled -
Night 284-3402 SpringsE. I wife; JOHNNIE MAE OLIVER; I cause and you are hereby
SIGN PAINTING ELIZABETH STRICKLAND required to serve upon plain-
Palmetto B R UI BELOW: NADENE Gov-I tiff's attorney whose name and

Green Cove Spring STIRICKLAND and HETTIE FAYETTE WHITEHEAD.: EN, Awards Program. The State' written address defenses.appear if hereon any. to your the

QUALITY GLAND in the above entitled winner will be announced in bill of complaint in said suit ROAST
E cause and that you are hereby copy of which is delivered to
UPHOLSTERING required to file your answer this contest Sept. 1st. and the you herewith on or before Sep-
with the Clerk of this Court tember 9. A. D. 1963.
SIGN PAINTIINGLEE and to serve a copy thereof upon names of the county winners Herein fail not or decree pro
FREE ESTIMATESALL the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorneys will be withheld until the state confesso will be entered againstyou
whose names and address for the relief prayed in the
WARNER is: WILLIAM: C. GUTH- winners have been selected. bill of complaint.
Glendening Road BOONE, 102 Florida Title Building BEING 43c LB
ORANGE PAKKUPHOLSTERY Orange Park. Fla. Jacksonville 2, Florida, not The County Conservation FORDIVORCE
later than August 26. A. D. 1963. Awards Committe is composedof WITNESS my hand and the
s Phone 2648316INSTRUCTIONS If you fail to do so. Decree Pro sea lof said Court at-Green Cove
Confe-sso will be entered against George Carlisle Lawrence. Springs Florida this 6th day of
7k you for the relief demanded in August A. D. 1963. s
Arehi Padrett or SCHOOLSJOB the Complaint.The Murray Charles Knight. Jr.,I GEORGE L. CARLISLE.
nature of said suit 'being L. P. Berrie. Palmer Williamson Clerk Circuit Cour
Om Kinrsley Are. Just E.. BRADFORD PYKC for partition of the following By..: Sue :McCormlck. i.r
security can be yours' by described : E. D. McCall and Allen Deputy ClerkJ.
East of Ewy. Rt. 2. Box 47 Those certain ,
lands located In T. Norton.
preparing for
Chril Lastinger.
now coming
Ph. No. COnc a 4-9213 Clay County. Florida to- rit: Attorney for Plaintiff
Green Cove Springs Service exams. Send name PARCEL L Address: P. O. Box 372
Orange Park Fla. The Southwest Quarter SW Green Cove Springs Florida "r. .
Phone 284-3859 address and LEGAL EIGHT O'CLOCK
-- phone number to 4) of the Northwest Quarter NOTICE Publish Aug. 8. 15. 22 29. 1963-p
CNW%) of Section 22.
If Long Distance, Call Collect NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE Township 4 South. Range 23
'- INC. Box A. Clay CountyCrescent containing 40 acres LEGAL: NOTICE:
more or less. TAX DKROCITY OK
.. ';:' Green Core Springs, PARCEL II. GREEN COVE SPRINGS -
Aflas Electric &?Mechanical : :PAUL'S Fla. 2-S-l The Northwest Quarter CNW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN LEGAL NOTICE COFFEE'lib.
H) o* the, Northwest Quar- THAT S. R. Tlllinghast is the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Company ter (NW%) of Section 22. holder of the following tax certificate that a Public Hearing will be .
Township 4 South. Range 23 ami baa filed said cer- held by the Clay County Board
East containing 40 acres tificate for a tax deed to be issued of Adjustment on Thursday
W. A. 'all type of electrical All 'Loral B.vracoaOpon BE SURE TO more or less. thereon. The -certificate August 29. 1963 In the Board of
t' SEE World.Book. together with an accounting number and year of Issuance County Commissioners meeting
1rbr[. S A.M. to 1 AJI. before baying any other encyclopedia the rents profits etc there the description of the property, room in the Clay County Courthouse -
from, and that said property be and the name In which It was ..ln Green Cove Springs.Florida. .
RAY SHIPPOwner Dvval Cowty Linellostlh F. L. (Gene) Croft sold and the proceeds thereof assessed Is, 'as follows: beginning at 8:00 i
local distributed In accordance with Certificate 1C*. T. o'clock P. iL. 49c
and Manager your representative. P. O. said accounting. and the Inter Year of Issuance: July 5. 1961 Said hearing Is called regardIng .
V of Ormao* Put Box 211. Keystone. Phone 473- eats of said defendants and for Name In which assessed: the Notice of Appeal by the .
Phose 284.$2.r1ziiE.* further relief.WITNESS Estate of Theresa Clayton ,. applicant for a variance to
.. 489*. Aog. 1, 8. 15, 22, 29-9 the'seal be '
my hand and )tS Description of property: permit a Building Permit to
-- -r .of.r-t-. Court.at ..Green..Cove ,Lot '*. Bls>s JcW. North.SuburbsUNi ; issued .on the following_ de.scrtbsd4 -
; Florida, this 2Znd. day ESs *uoioerttftrvte shads ottsrtI'r-:" : 3lb.
;; FOR SALE: Freeser -upright of ,July A. D. 1913 o* redeemed according to law Lot 8 of Powell's 'Subdivision $1.45
GEORGE L. CARLISLE. the property such according<< toplat recorded ;
(NOCKS HERE Guaranteed. 8000. 20 ,cubic Clerk of the Circuit Court. certificate n1etc.1d the In Plat Book 4. Page.
feet chest By Grace M. Carlisle. highest bidder at, the City Hall 13. Public Records of Clay
freexer. Like
new- Deputy Clerk. floor on the first Tuesday after County. Florida,
,'use.... Carey's' Trading Post July 25. August 1. 8. 16. 1913 the first Monday In the month at Allparties In Interest and
September 1963. which is the citizens shall have an opportunity -
Green Core Springs. 8-15-c 3rd day of September 1963. to t>e beard at said time anad
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom I FIVE ROOM
FOR SALE 4 bedroom MASONRY house, Dated this 7th day of August place. .. ".,..... ., '. -a.' :.>".;... <.
house newly painted inside and Three Bedrooms. Laundry, Cat 1963. ,
house Elsie Street LAY COUNTY BOARDOF -'
top Section call 284-3860. oat., reasonable largo yard appliances $200 DOWN. $60 monthly, carport ..n. Excellent for Retired S/ Marlin J. Harris ADJUSTMENTBy
tarnished. Call Pemney Couple Clerk of the City of : Herbert H. Morris
25-tfe large lot Frame, very or School Teachers. Green Cove Springs. Fla.. Chairman
Farms; 5298211.. ZOtfe Good gas ranre. Best part of GOLDEN RIPE
nice Spruce St. near 'schoolMr. : PufclWh Aug. S. 15. 22_ 29. 1963 Publish August 15. 22. 1963
FOR SALE-Glrls. Bicycle' 26' Price. EA 54016. Palatka. town. Apply 123 North El-

RoIlfasU Good condition. FOR RENT: 3-room furnished write BAP Mortgage 364Gandy. more Ave. H. E: Huff Phone CLEARANCE SALE CLEARANCE SALE CLEARANCE SALE

$20.00. Call 284-3176 8-15-c apt. at 100 West SU $50 with Tampa. 8/8-p 214-3169. 8' /15 ?

HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bedrooms lights and water. Phone GCS FOUND Gold and tortoiseshell "MEN'S & BOYS' BRAND NAME WEAR" Bananas

1U baths 430 St. Johns. 2843213. 5-9c FOR SALE: Spool bed. mat- rimmed classes, found

Inquire at premises. P. T. tress and springs studio conch, behind Chesser- Motor Farts CLEARANCE SALEOnethird

Wainwright, 430 St. Johns. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house executive desk and chair. Co.. GCS Maybe claimed at

8-8,15-c on large lot. Convenient to Sndlow 405 St. John's Are,. The crescent'by paying for this

school and church. Store fur- Green Coves 8e15pOPPORTUNITY aifc. to one-half off on Boys' Sport Shirts,

FOR RENT: 1912 Beth Drive- nished. Phone 284-4244. 3lb 29c
Suits Beach Jackets Shorts
6 Rooms & bath, oil wall furnace 7-25 8-15-c i Bathing Walking
OPEN for ambitious lot; 150 :x
fiber glass drapes large and Short Sets.
man 25, to 52; to oP- 159; 2 miles w. of GCS on Hwy.
fenced yard 1 block from Ben- ,
HOUSE FOR SALE: $100 down erate retail Watkins Route in. IK. Phone 234-635". ff-15-p e
nett SchooL $65.00 month.
$40.00 monthly. 2 bedroom, this community. Earnings from'

Call 2843565. frame. 80% completed nearly $100.00 to $150.00 easy from i FOR RENT: Two-bedroom. 1-

MIDDLEBUKG. Colored new. Nice lot U mile from the beginning. For interview' bath furnished house. In i ,One-third off on Men's Sport Shirts, Bathing Prices in this ad are effective through Saturday Aug.'.

erty. $50.00 Down payment prop Shiloh church next to Bohannon in your area write Watkins, 653 Wescott Trailer Park Idlewild I. Suits, Cabana Sets, Short and Shirt Sets, 17th. 115 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Fla.

$35.00 monthly. Pay like rent house. Call Mr. Price East West Peachtree SU N E:. At;' Ave., near schools. $60'a month. Walking Shorts and Summer Pajamas.
Phone GCS 2843596. 8-15-p
5-4016 Palatka. or write B&P. lanta. 8/15-22-29 c
deed to
We give you property

when paid for. Mr. RaymondB 3646 Gandy Tampa. 815.p FOR SALE: Kirby Vacuum .

& Mortgage Co.. 3646 LEGAL NOTICE Cleaner with Complete Set of .t a e. eeWA

Gandy Tampa 839-2121 col JOB WANTED Attachments; all like new. $75

lect. 8/8.15-p I RESPONSmLE'OlIAN desires REGISTER>OTICK OF FICITITOIS INTENTION XA TO IEthO Phone GCS 2843289.LEGAL Liner & Son ClothingStore

work as a housekeeper or Is hereby given I that
I underpinned under the pro NOTICENOTICE
FOR SALE: Pears $1 a : babysitter. Will do ironing visions qt chapter- 865.09.! Lawsof Hours 9 A.M. 6 P.l\L- Monday thru Saturday -- -

bushel 411 Cove St., GCS. Call 284-9497. Florida Acts of 1957. trill
I register with the Clerk or the I will not be responsible for Closed Wednesday 12:00 p. m.
8-15 & 22 c Circuit Court In and for Clay any debts except those directly
HELP WANTED MALE County. State of Florida upon incurred by or personally auth- Highway 17 a Orange Park
I receipt of>> proof of publication orized by myself.
CHRISTMAS SELLING season NEEDED AT ONCE full 01 of this notice., the Fictitiousname Robert M. Sasser
will soon be here. Prepare now part-time man or woman to ofKNIGHT'S TRAILER PARK Publish 88. 15. 22 & 29 SALi.:

for large profits selling beautiful -t serve Watkins customers in Sinned. Mrs. Robert L. Knight LEGAL NOTICE I
: Pub. Aug 15, %t. 29. Sept 5, 63 a
Avon Gifts. Write Mrs I Green Cove Springs. Earn NOTICE OF* IXTENTIOX TO

Donna Burns. P. O. Box 448 $65.00 and up weekly. No In- LEGAL NOTICE REGISTER FICTITIOUS JTA3TE
Note is hereby given that the I COARD
Fla. 8 1
Gainesville, c vestment. Set your own hours undersigned under the provision

Write C. R. Ruble. Dept. A-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS of chapter SC5.09. LAWS of Flori-
WANTED: Fine Old Furniture :NAME LAW da Acts of 157 will register .rte
P. O. Box %IU.l\lemphis. Tenn. with the Clerk of the Circuit
and Antiques Top Furniture 9
Court In and for Clay County.State
that the Undersigned desiring to j ; .
8822P .
8-15- of Florida receiptof ''
284-3280. engage In business at Orange upon this ''twishes j.
Park. Florida under the name of proof of publication of '
LOST Water Ski Sunda FOR SALETwo narrow rim SPARKS T.. V. SERVICE Intend: notice LAKE the GENEVA Fictitious INDUSTRIES name of to '

GCS Municipal 26" bicycle tires and tubes. Excellent to register the said name with ISIgnedl. ARNOLD LARSEN /
in St. Johns near the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof i y. :! I
Marina. Please phone condition. Phone 234- Clay County Florida. Aug. 2. 3. 13. 22. 1JJ5 :-:THANK YOU
/*/ Sparks Jones Jr. I LEGAL NOTICE
284-3186. 8-15-c 3166. July 23. Aug. 1. S,. oft 15 -
IV THE COUNTY jrDGKS ,Residents of Clay County
: tTi I 1 I I H-. --++++oH-. : t z 1 t t I I Z t '+-1 : II tit I I I I I +<-: KI. COURT OF CLAY cor T'-. ':

. FLORID NOTICE OF PROBATE.NO. 603 l for the cordial welcome extended IN FLORIDA
L to in business. BEER IS A NATURAL
us our new -
... ... .. f
. .. .. .
. "" "' -- .
..... I I I I I I --.n.-.n. "- "- The State of Florida to all persons E z::

: said Interested decedent: In the estate of "We appreciate your patronage A* natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from

DRUC2GISTSEASTERUNG Ot-FICE EQUIP31ENTAMERICAN written You are Instrument hereby notified purportingto that a J and, which Is brewed beer.Is Florida's traditional beverage of

dig BASE FURNITURE CO be the Last Will and Testa- you and your friends again. moderati ...light,sparkling dtfldou
ment of said decedent baa been s
Fine Furniture PHARMACY admitted to probate In said And naturally Florida' Brewing Industry I Is proud to b. a

Carpeting Applianece OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Cou You rt. are hereby commanded Orange Park Green Cove Springs : major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For

Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service within six calendar months from .> MIddlebnrg BeDair Meadowbrook wimple the Brewing Industry I is tpontlbU( for millions of
Lloyd i E. Jones Owner
5053 Roosevelt Blvd.. Jr. the date of the first publicationof
this notice to appear in saidcourt .1 Penney Farms Doctors InletS dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood to b.
Jacksonville 7-4011 Complete Cosmetic Dept. and show If any
cause Into cardboard boxes and cartons. Miffions more are
Specialists made
in .:
Y YOU tan, why the action of Keystone Heights
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equipment Court In admitting said Will to .' spent for other Florida materials and services. In florida
-probate should not un-
... beer belongs..enjoy it. .
pacemakers Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries (Court __
Air Stream for Travel Thomas J. Rivers .

Used Trailers-Bank Financial Complete Line of Greeting County Judge Florida.of Clay' County. 1700' Highway 17 Orange Park 'IJA UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.

6O17 Roosevelt Blvd.BLTT3 2OM Blinding BlvdU Card First publication this Phone: %"-615 s
MOBILE HOMES. DCO notice on 8th..,. of August. FLORIDA DIVISION
i Jacksonville BY S-07S4 2655-57 Park St Jacksonville A. D. 196"Aug
EV ftU : 1. 11,; U. 20. un ._ __J
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FOUB tU1ay OI mmf ij fflrcsccut
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NEW PRINCIPAL by Hurls C. Long. County

FOR SALE. Keystone Social Notes AT PENNEY FARMS school superintendent. ,
YxKY Mr. Peavy who also attended -
B. P. Peavy a graduate of Southern Baptist Theological

HEN FERTILIZER ESTRELLITA DINNER: Szabo, Reba Hall Julie Walker Mercer University has been Seminary at Louisville, is a

AUGUST 24 Carol TTaiTnan, .Mary Ann SY o \ h C 4 named principal of the Penney Baptist minister. He and his
Please keep in mind the Schaeffer, Mary Ann Dally. ,Farms school, according to an wife and two sons will reside in

ONE ,TO 1,000 TONS DELIVERED AND SPREAD, Chicken Ba.rbeque' the Masonic Margaret Muir, Nancy Button, announcement made this week Penney Farms.
Hall on Saturday evening Nancy Fisher, Marian Beasley. %
OR DUMP TRUCK LOADS August 24, from 5:30 until Linda Anthony Pamela :
k .
7:30 o'clock. The dinner Thompson. Renee Belote Ren- _
will be sponsored by the Estrel-
nie Jane
Johnson McMurtry.
lita Club. Adult donations for Linda Norris, Jackie Fox. Lee 'i
GRanite 5-2801 tickets will be $1.25; for chil- and Vi Ridaught Jim McMur- -

dren under 12, 75c. This in- try,Bob Morgan Kenny, Terry: ...

cludes dessert. and Patty Kay Terrell Mac: .

Tire Recapping, from Smallest to Largest-Sue: .
PAGETTI'S FISHING CAMP NEXT, A HAM Hall.Alec Livingston.. Rodney -' ".':' ..i....' ?.t. :-',
Bamford John Brasington, Pat
RESTAURANTOPEN St. William's Catholic Club LaMee Lamar Hill, Dwight Dist Miller Tires Antolife Batteries

will sponsor its Annual Ham Mitchell, George Leath Bob '_ .k ,

SEVEN DAYS WEEK Supper on Saturday evening. Kromer, Beth Walker, Bobby
August 31, at the Masonic Hall Cor. Park and King. ...... Jacksonville, F1a.
STEAKS, CHOPS AND CHICKEN form 5.00 pjn. till 7:30 p.m. son, Johnny Dowling, Yeas ., ; ; II6 H':. ._
Tickets will be $1.25 for Ad- E\9': O-3027 or EV f--G-IDI _
Walker. Charles Davis Doug .
ults; 75c for children under 12. Hooker, Lindsay Collins, Sam .
This will include dessert. W
your Gardner Tom: Gardner, Butch :..
All the Catfish you can eat served with Slaw, Hush 'e -
and Jimmy Fox, Hoppy Hopkins -
Puppies and Grits or Potatoes $1.25 Plate or, all the PERSONALSAfter s .
Tom Moor Jerry Horton "rl1.A '
Chicken you can eat, Hot Rolls, Honey, Salad and French S y
Fries $1.25 Plate. spending a month at and Bill Skinner. ." ....... .,. .., D L"i ",
Henderson, N. C.. Mr. and Mrs The party did not last very -'.
On Hiway 13 -3 Miles South of Orangedale Edward Cavanaugh residents i ir .; ". ", : "'"
late '
in the evening so that the
Phone 2849511ijoy's of Lake Park, Ga., are paying guests could attend the Fire- v. ..-.,: ORANGE," ,. PARK I ;.

: a return visit to the White men's Ball. < v

;I Feather Court in Keystone,I i MRS. TRISTRAM BETHEA McCALL: III 1003 U. S. Highway -17 Phone ::64.6431IT'S
preferring the friendly atmo-! .
sphere of our town. Another: Miss Judy and Miss Susan '
Miss Parham Weds
advantage that Keystone has James arrived on Friday after-

I SHOP I I, over many towns is its good noon for a visit with then
1 water. Many visitors have remarked grandmother. Mrs. Anna James
on that. The Cava-I They are the daughters of Mrs In Candlelight CeremonyMiss j
James' William and hi
naughs may soon be permanent son
residents of Keystone. wife Edith of Miami. Rose Marie Parham became the bride last Saturday

FINAL STOREWIDECLEARANCE evening of Tristram Bethea McCall HI, in a candlelight ceremony ST ILA MAN'S WORLD

Guests of Mr. and Mrs.Frank Church. The Rev Jim McCullough OF COURSE. BUT IN HISWIF"E'S
We recently had a communication at the First Baptist ..
Nooney and family last week from Mrs. Helen'Phelps performed the double ring ceremony. NAM6'!
were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dennis
who lives at Daytona Beach
and son Michael of Fort Laud- now, but who until recently Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A.-Parham
erdale. The Dennis family or- Helen of Green Cove Springs and Cocoa Beach, and the bridegroomis ,
was a was .
LADIES! HERE IS THE GOOD NEWS iginally of Jacksonville, have amazed to see her poem in e the son of. Mr. and Mrs. Tristram Bethea McCall of Winter t {} v .X.
been friends of the Nooneys fora Park. ,
recent issue of this paper.

YOU'VE' WAITED FOR! was number in Keystone of years.for about Michael 2] poem which won honorable The bride who was given In marriage by her father, worea
mention in the State Compe-
weeks longer than his parents floor length gown of lace and peau de sole. The fitted-bodice
: tition of the Florida Federa-
ENTIRE STOCK SUMMER who were vacationing in Nas- of lace had long sleeves which tapered to 3 point over the hands.
tion of Woman's Clubs. Helen
The scalloped neckline was edged with seed pearls and irrides-,
sau. said she didn't know what she -
cent beads and the bell shaped. skirt was'of peals de soie. Her
I -- would have done without all WThfjJl
DRESSES. fingertip veil of illusion fell from a low crown of pearls. She
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crutch- her.friends last year when she ;arried a cascade bouquet of roses and stephanotis.Miss ;
tied spent last week-end at was widowed. She surely misses -
MUST Crescent City with Mr. and our town and those friends. Nancy Lee Parham twin sister of the bride, served as.

BE44'k Mrs. J. K. Tiller of Kingsport maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Mary Katherine

Tenn., where they enjoyed Bondurant. of LaCenter. Kentucky cousin of the bride anc

SOLD'REDUCED!' /M fishing. Mr. Tiller and Mrs BACK TO SCHOOL Miss Sharon Thompson of Tampa. r

a7 Crutchfield are brother and SPECIAL They wore light rose organdy street length gowns. with a

sister. I I fitted bodice, short sleeves and all. shaped skirt. Their.bead- QwrtA.A.

$15 &; $20. permanent niece'was a rose of matching material and a circular:veil.. '. .
On Saturday evening. Aug I I waves U price .. ;i. ..4 ,
10, Stenna Logsdon daughter The groom's father served as best man.for his son.. The 0
of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Logsdon 3 BeauticiansTo ushers were Robert Sutphen of Tuscaloosa, Ala.. Tom Gallowa
entertained with an informal Serve You of Orlando. Dave: Whittaker, Of Winter. 0. Park and Douglas And vacation sights look better too if yon carry

M party at her home at the Club Haney, of St. Augustine. your vacation funds In travelers. checks from Keystone
jwwM Y Estates. Guests included Car- Call or Drop In .r '*%
The organist was :Mrs. Everett Ivey and Miss Lee. Ann-Ivey State Bank. Safe, spendable anywhere and convenient.
ol Warren. Suzanne LaMee Work Guaranteedonly was soloist. ...- i;
atiw. Yvonne Morgan. Bobbie Faye
Y a. H" 4 Smith Jo Wildt. Carol CamP- ( Nationally Advertsed Joy Loner was flower girl and wore a rose organdy dress

bell Bernice Brune. Harriet Materials Used) with a fitted bodice"and full skirt. Her headpiece was a clusterof

Harper, Dianne Brokas Denise rose petals. Twig Yelton acted as ring bearer. "- .
The left the mountains of
1921 Hwy. 17Orange couple on a wedding trip through
Park North Carolina and Tennessee., .The bride selected' for travelin* IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITYWAV

I CLAY Phone THEATRE 284-6711 I 264-9353 a lime colored linen sheath with scalloped. .neckline.. .

Upon their return the couple will reside In Gainesville.
OFF Monday thru Friday Two
Shows each evening

7 &; 9 p.m.
Sat. & Sun. Continuous
, and MORE \ K From 2 p.m.

Thurs. &; Fri.An?. 15 &; 16

starring Jack Lemmon
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Saturday, Aug. 17

starring Yul BrynnerI '\: o' '. ., Quality
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TO starring Dolores Hart ,
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