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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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37; NO. 35 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1963 ,, 10' CENTS. PER COPY


New Look At Court House 4000 Students '
200 Youths
Second Family Frolics "- Return To School Nearly County

I

Hailed As Big SuccessGreen Approximately 4,000 young- Vacation
: .NS r ro a ters returned to the County's Complete Readingcafeterias

15 schools after
on Monday a
Cove's second annnal "Family Frolics, attended dur-
three-month vacation.
ing labor Day by an estimated 2,000 persons, -was credited by I Close to 200 County youths completed the vacation reading
law enforcmeent agents TcJfh having contributed materiallyto Hirris C. Long superintendent today. It will also I program sponsored by the County libraries according to Mrs.
of saida
public instruction
week-end that was, Countywide. free of any serious mishap. Hazel M. Cartwright. acting County librarian, reported yester-
total of 215 teachers an mark the first such meal servedin
Organized by Mrs. Jack Saam. chariman.: and Karl Tucker awi be day.
which will
average of one for each 18.5 many years
co-chairman: the daylong festivities went off with a near- drink will A majority of those participating read a minimum of 21
students will comprise the milkless. An orange
military books under the program; others read a minimum of 10.
public school faculty. be substituted until the priceof I
precisionBeginning Those who read 21 books from the County bookmobile include -
: Students are scheduled to I milk comes down to the abil- I
at noon with a I : Karen Seesdorf Sandra Seesdorf, Morris Darby Holly
have their first meal in school ity of students to pay for it.
VFW-sponsored fish fry (500 I Darby Paul Jones, Donald Howard Bily Jewelll, Shirley Jeffrey,

pounds rof fish consumed) the ----- Donald Jewell, Jackie Harris John Harris, Herbie Braswell

day climaxed i Patsy Fowkes. Billy Fowkes, Bobbi Fowkes Diana Fowkes and
K was by crowning -
aottikkcr Sharon Feldt.
: of 19-year-old Jean Rivers
From the bookmobile, 13 others read 10 books. They are:
a St. Johns River Junior College by DUNCAN GRONER Martin O'Connor, Steve Shelton, Billy Warner Jimmy McTighe,

freshman and daughter of Delores Thorley, Michael Caruso. Vicky Atwood Ricky Atwood,

:Mr. ::and Mrs. Frank E. Riversas This issue of The Crescent is being limited to four pages June Stilianon, Robert Cooper, Sandra Jackson and Francis
Buffington.From .
s the first Miss Family Frol- primarily to allow members of the staff who since March have
qfr ics. Sandra Stump, Miss Clay been putting in better than 100 hours weekly a brief respite. Keystone Heights nine youngsters read a minimum
of 21 books. They are: Cindy Scales Mark
Nolan. Terry DeWitt,
fast
Notices are being sent to subscribers-in-arrears as as
County crowned Miss Rivers Bill Belote, Roxann Ketch Frank Tolford
William Dey, Reggie
we can can get them out. If your name is circled in red ink
and from the hands of Con Photograph shows the newly-installed glass doors which : this week, if means that according to our records your sub- Phillips and Marilyn Davis.

I> gressman D. R. Matthews, she now adorn the front and back main entrances to the County scription is in arrears and you have been sent a notice. These Ten other Keystoners read 10 books. They are: Jack Fun-

,r received a handsome trophy Court House. The stainless steel encased glass doors replace names will be dropped from the mailing list next week. derburk, Christine Newman, Stephanie Shaughnessy. Kenneth

contributed b Thunderbolt I I the original wooden doors so the can be: locked at night. The numbers beside your name indicate the date (month, Nooney, Margaret LeMee Roderick Hutchison. Mark Hutchison.
y :: Roger Smith, Patricia McGlave
County Clerk George Carlisle has announced that the next day year) your subscription expires. A few renewals have not and Jimmy Wildt.
e Raceway.The Green Covers who read 21 books
step in the renovation of the court house will be installation yet been corrected in this respect. Please look at the date-on I are: Russ Gambill Terry
of air conditioning which bas been requested by circuit judges. your address and if you are in arrears let us have your check. I j' LaRue Woody Yelton Debby Stone. Toni Labombardie Pat

afternoon was briefly threatened by a downpour. The court, built in 1889 was the principal background for the Any rumor that there is any imminent change in the man- tl Hodge, Janis Williamson Kathy Williamson Dawn Hamel,
:Burch Stump, acting as master of ceremonies in Spring Park, motion picture 'Under The Gun. It Was chosen by they agement of The Crescent can be discounted an another lie, Debbie Hamel Chip Yelton, Twig Yelton, Larry Moore Karen

paused in his running commentary long enough to put on a director because of its unique: beauty among Florida court born of more wishful thinking.Burlington I Kenney Gregory Lee. Debra Monagham, Ella May Cole Linda
rubber glove to insulate the microphone. The crowd took to houses. Cole Brenda Cole Lynda Kenney, Dianne Swanson. Peggy

shelter until the rain let up a few minutes later. The park :i' Brannan. Karen Fields. Virginia Tilken. Marcus Suttle Jean

which Is still in'process of landscaping Mayor E. B. Taylor i Brown, Dorothy Gay Lynn Peeples. Ricky Robertson. Gregory
I
assured those present that more work on the park was in the Boat Owners Not Officials Halligan, Lynda Kirker, John Stone Pamela Stone, Linda Curr,
planning stages . presented a handsome setting for many Registering Theresa Crockett Roy Tommons Janie Timmons, Mike Tim-
z>f the activities (sack race, wheelbarrow! race, egg-catching I: I I mons. Paul Mulford Julie Mulford Kathy Bradley Raymond
etc.) Tax Collector DeclaresClay Praise Local LaborDouglas Kelby Dorothy Wortham.Joseph Trenka, Warren Newton.Tom-
my Heyser Debbie Lesler. Karen Kelly and Beverly Newton.

Blanchard, president of Burlington Throwing Com I Twenty-three others in Green Cove read a minimum of 10

County Tax Collector E. Payne Geiger estimated this pany, which operates the Green Cove Yarn Company, expressed t books. They are: Susan Lemen Bill Lemen Karen Fields
week that less than half of the'boatowners In the county have high satisfaction here last week at the local labor supply and Deborah Daniels Mary Lynn Moore. Elaine:: Moore.. Wanda

registered their boats with his: ; officeas, required by"a new"law the enthusiasm of local employes. Moore Laurie Temple. Tom Temple Cliff Temple.Karen Rawley.,

passed by the State .Legislature. Mr. Blanchard told The Crescent the mill is now employingmore Joann Daniels Frank Canova, Jr.. Terry LaRue Andy Williams,

The deadline for registering originally-Aug. .15 but;this than 100 persons about two thirds of them women. He Woody Mulford. Ann Arrants Shelly McKinley, Debra Morea.

was moved up to September 1 .1I.fter.1t: was learned.registrations said the turn-over in their operation had been infinitesimal. John Lee Oliver Diane Martin, Betsy Huskey and Hattie'Oliver.

e were lagging Ihroughcot the -state. The mill expects to employ approximately 200 persons in Green '
Geiger said based on past registrations..there are an estimated Cove by the year's end. In Orange' Park 33 youUuTreiKl ,a minimum of 21 books.J .
600 :boats in 'the county -itn-inmtors-greater-than: horse Seated in the office of Conway<>wings,'mitt-superintendent? pare; Terry Chofhacki,Terry Krefes. Julais I rentaea.jCathy
tt3.J : Mr Blanchard paid high tribute to the cooperation Burlington n Gray// Beverly Bradley, Linda Loren en. BurtonV-rrank

power.A person with a boat that: containS motor .of 10 h.p. or has received from City officials. Huntley Beth Rogers. Valerie VesMa. Cheryl Martin Sidney'

less does not liacve to .register: Explaining that the Green Cove operation depends to avery Loy Alfred Cottingham Lindy Eulenfeld., Joseph Lorentsen.

.jj Geiger said only 250 boat owners had registered as reQuired great extent on uninterrupted electric current Mr. Blanch- Scott Goodfellow Owen Smith.. Debbie Gustin, Kim Chojnacki,
under the state law. Those that -have .not registeredare ard said the situation has been greatly improved within the past I Denise Martin, Tam Rucks Jimmie Rogers Steve Stewart

naturally. Jn "violation of the law ;and may be subject to few weeks by the installation of automatic equipment at the Charlene Garrity David Scales Linda Eulenfeld. Alan Smith,
arrest he painted auk. two transmission stations between Jacksonville and Green Cove. I'I Sherese Brown Susan Hardin Colleen Kress and Edith Huntley.

The registration.fees range:from.1.50 up to $75 ,for yachts. Formerly they were operated manually and a break in the Go nee, Jimmie Gonce, Richard Green, Virginia Phillips Marion
__ The registration fee depends upon the length, of the boat if it current sometimes took too much time to repair. He said he Johnson Jackie Bowen Eddie Bowen Linda Stewart. Kim

carries more than a 10 horsepower motor. Boats without felt this change would not only benefit his company but, as 1 Strickland, Kathy Veselka Janet Veselka Stephen Pfadenhauer
much, all electric light consumers in Green Cove. Rose Phillips Vickie Strickland Claire Davis, Mark Prescott
L' .. motors are exempt as weh as boats with motors 10 h.p. or less 'I
: 4 regardless of the size. While Clay Electric Cooperative lines' approach the south Angie Reynolds Sherry Grey. Hugh Goodfellow Todd Mason,

The collectors office, which is open 5% days each week, ern and western edges of Green Cove and while Florida Power I Brian Smith. Steven Smith Patricia Nelson, Debbie Edwards,
issues each boat owner a decal After lie registers which must & Light has lines directly across the river at Orangedale, both I Brett Goodfellow, Craig Goodfellow, Glen Pinkston and Charles
I Menzel.
i be attached to the boat. Mr. Blanchard and Mr. Owings expressed the belief that bring I
ing in stand-by connections with either would be an expensive
The recently-renovated
pool, all
open day without charge,
was a melee of splashing shouting youngsters most of whom venture. I Green Cove Is Growing
operated without any regard for the basic traffic rules. How School Class Some of the products (dresses, swimsuits. ski clothing, etc.)
ever,, there was! only one minor mishap: 8-year-old David Koza Sunday --. made from the products of the local mill are scheduled to be '

;clipped and tor was struck down :and knocked out very briefly. exhibited in the near future at both the Bank of Green Cove

His injuries were such that he was whinnying up the greased Has and at Harry's Men's Store. d r,
pole a short time later. Swimming PartyMrs. Equipment is being shipped into the newly-reopened plantall mR

the time and will contnue to be shipped in for the next few
---- <<\' ,''',,' ',,, ,;;:: 1'1, Jessie Christmas enter Waters Jesse Parker, Billy months.
>, I
Za ... tained the 12
,.i 'I' year old boys' Christmas. Brian Dennis and
class of the .First Baptist I[Ralph Wright Miss Hazel I,

j jAn wiener Church roast at a party swimming at Lee's pool and I Wright Geiger. and teacher Mrs.Mrs.Jessie Kathleen Christ- TM Gets Order For 60 Trailers Ii i i!

in Doctors Inlet Thursday, I mas. David Noble and Billy i t
August 29th. Chapman were unable to at TM Trailer Manufacturing pected to complete the order
Those present were Charles tend. Co.. has received a contract to in 10 to 12 weeks. *
build 60 50-foot trailers
acThe company which opened
cording to Herald W.Mundorf. in Green Cove -
approximately ..
Herman Reed's Work
GCS Girl Gets Love president of the Green Cove four months ago now has 25 I
1.Y To Continue Under 0 corporation. employes. They produced three -.i1

Lisle Kenney Education Loan Five of the trailers have altrailers in the plant located on ti pi*

ready been delivered, unfurCleary Brothers property just; R
r. r The accounting and tax serv- Sylvia Wilkes. 18-year-old nished, to Federal Quality Mo- beyond the future Green Cove
ice of the late Herman E. Reed daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Floyd bile Homes in Jacksonville. Industrial Park last week.
will be carried on by Lisle Ken- Wilkes. has been awarded the Mr. Mundroff indicated he ex- .

ney and Mrs. Heed accordingto first (in Clay County) James
an announcement made Lee Love educational loan S
by
rkyIt late yesterday.Mr. the Green Cove Springs Yarn OP Garden Club Sets Benefit

i Kenney had been with Company.The .
Mr. Reed for decade before It
a educational loans
his sudden death last week. awarded to deserving_ employes are Game Party At Civic CenterThe ,

Mrs. Reed said she hoped herhusband's and to the children of employes The Ber. William P. Erin, the new vicar of St. Mary.

clients would continue of Burlington Industries, Garden Club of Orange Wrens. I Episcopal Chore* is ,erected at the end of Father Enrin'.
their patronage. parent company of Green Cove Park win a Game Party I isaugurai service .n. Sunday
impressive display of fire- sponsor I Bring along a guest or better, by Clifford L. Geiger senior
.. ., works and street dancing closed Yarn. The awards ar& named for the benefit_ ,of the Junior I still make uP your own tableof warden of the ehsreh. With Father Erwin are his wife the
i,?'' c : the festivities.Congressman. GCS Methodists in honor of the father :f 'the Garden Club and the High friends. The auditorium is former Dora Perkins and their six children: Trudy 10 yean

Announce ServicesThe late Spencer Love, longtime School Garden Club at the new air-conditioned and the wel- old; Deborah. 9; William P. Erwin. Jr.. 7: LU[ Beth, 5-
.,; *:' J Matthews lefta chairman of Burlington. They civic auditorium next Thursdayat come will be warm. Matthew, 3; and Marcia 5 weeks. Father Erwin is a rraduate
X Matthews family reunion at winter schedule of ser- carry no interest until after the 12:30 o'clock. of Harvard College and the Episcopal Theological
Seminary
t, & Hart Springs early to be pres- vices and activities was inaugurated recipient is graduated from col- ,of the Southwest. Both he and Mr*. Erwin
ent at the latter part of the this week at the First lege when the interest rate is Chairman of the event is Russell BaptistTo the la Westminster Choir CoHere at Princeton are graduates of
celebration. Mrs. J.A.Schaf f er. High School N. J.
The Congressmanwas Methodist Church of Green 4 per cent.

introduced by Sandra Taylor Cove. Miss Wilkes. a graduateof Gardening Chairman and ,Have RevivalThe I Doctors Inlet Man Held in
Boy's Death
president of the Garden Club
+ a daughter of Mayor E. B. Sunday School is at 9:45 Clay High plans to enter

Taylor who spent the summer o'clock; morning worship at 11 St. Johns River Junior College of Orange Park and cochairman Rev. Jack Hall announces Clyde 3. Burris. 30 years old to catch the driver.
r vacation from Florida State o'clock and the evening wor- this week- Her father is chief is Mrs. T. J. Williams a Revival beginning Sept. of Doctors Inlet is in County Constable
University working in Mr. Matthews ship at 6:30. The Methodist supply clerk at the Green Cove Junior gardening chairman of' 16th at the Russell Baptist jail charged with manslaughterand Sheriff Paul Mosley and Deputy
Boyd began
the Garden
Washington office.It Youth Fellowship meets follow- mill.Members Club. Church with the Rev. Clay leaving the scene of an search for an automobile that a
was ing the evening service. of the committee There will be door prizes and Jennings, pastor of the Jack accident in connection with the might bear the
generally agreed that marks
the day was a success all of the
The Wednesday evening fel- which approved the loan are individual table prizes. Guestsare soville Heights Baptist Church I death Tuesday night of Conder victim's white bicycle.

around.Karl lowship suppers are held week- Conway Owings. mill superin- permitted to play a game as the Evangelist. I Lee Bellamy, 15. Burris was
Tucker reported the VFW had raised $500 from the ly at 6:15 and the Wednesday tendent; Jack Garrard. per- of their choice. Dessert will be There will be a song service According to Constable Carl apprehendedearly
sale of its fish dinners (mostly at 50 cents a plate to children) evening service at 7:15. Next sonnel manager: Robert Terry served before playing begins. each evening starting at 7:30 I Mosley., young Bellamy Wednesday momia*. According -
The most was to poHce
he
popular features next to those already mentioned Wednesday the Rev. Gordon industrial engineer at the Donation $1.00. Proceeds o'clock led by Alton Lee. with killed while riding his bicycle admitted

rides.were the greased pole the fire engine rides and the horseback Craig will show colored slidesof plant; Sheriff John P. HaD will go towards the financing special singing quartets and on State Road 224 near his said having to have struck told the police boy. he He la

stainedglass windows in County School Superintendent of programs for the High solos. home. A witness told Mosley! not him had

; Congressman"night. *Matthews" j returned. ,to. his Gainesville homeMonday New England telling the life of .Harris Long and Harry Perl- School Gardeners the Magpies The nursery will be open each be had seen the accident and dent seen and that before he panicked the'acc1! at

Jesus. :man. Green Cove merchant. and the Junior Gardeners the evening. had given chase but had failed the time.pKY .



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((Stay County Crescent! )1'Tiedgen's mother. Mrs. Stella

i Keystone Social NotesCOMMUNITY I Stanley. Green Cove Socials FOR SALESecond


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAYBY and atended the Family Frolics. :Mortgage: $6,850.00.
ret LaMee. an aunt was the Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson Zeker
Payment $50.00 monthly 7%
INC. CHURCH NEWS Godmother. and their ,
PRESS two
CRESCENT children of
WORD OF THANKS Miss Sandra Taylor daughter interest. Excellent security and
Green Cove Springs/ Fiona Rockville., Md., and Mrs.Zeker's .
Mrs. William Walz has called credit risk. Will discount.
Phone 234-3166 Mr. and Mrs. John Himble The family of Mrs. Ona L. of Mayor and Mrs. E. B.
uncles Messrs. Mohlar
the executive board meeting spnet the week-end of Rivers wish there were words: Taylor retufns Thursday to Phone Jacksonville EVergreen
August
and workshop of the church that could be used to really express Washington, D. C. visited Florida Southern College in 9-7828 or Orange Park CO
24 Col.
NATIONAL DITORIAl visiting and Mrs. Bert Miss Lillian Watkins for a few I
I women for 10 o'clock on Sept. their deep appreciationfor Lakeland.Mrs. 4-9265.
TI Whilden and children in their days last week.
a c
6 in the educational building. new home in Savannah. Col. all of the kindness shownto I

This will be a covered dish their Mother. E. M. Lide of Canton,!
Whilden who is
Mrs. Himble'sson
Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Keeneyof
luncheon with all elected officers Flowers cards gifts and kind N. C. arrived last Thursday and

EDITOR .............................:...---..... -............ Duncan Groner and committee chairmen returned from overseas acts meant a lot to our Mother Spring Bank Road have hadas i slocated at the Oaklands for! THEATRE

GENERAL MANAGER ........................................... Eugene Koza attending. service in Germany lived and after and Grandmother and all of us their guests for the past I an extended time. CLAY Phone 284-6711
wiht his
retirement fam-
few weeks her aunt. Mrs. R Entered! as second Class Matter July 15. 1962, at the Post Office Officers are Mrs. Walz pres- ily in Keystone for about a Everyone who come in contact Corine and her daughter Mrs. Monday thru Friday Two
Green Cove Springs. Florida under the! Act of March 3. 1897Srroad ident Mrs. Robert Hendry and with her and each member did Mr. and Mrs.Varwick Ken-
Cl... pomtaKe paid at Green COT SprlBKB. Fla. year until he was recalled to Lillian Walker of Huntington Shows each evening
Mrs. Edward Firth vice presi- everything possible to help. ney and their daughter. Karen
active duty.

One Year-in advance M'BSCRIPTION;; .................:'....RATES.....................-.........-- $400 dents; Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle, Myrtice R. TruettJ. W.mother Va. of Mrs.Pfc. Walker James Walker is the returned last week-end from a Sat. &7&9p.m.Sun. Continuous
secretary, Mrs. Robt. Dodd, T. Rivers Jr. ten day visit in Savannah with
Mrs. Daisy Hall was surprised who is stationed at Ft. Campbell From 2
p.m.
J. Azzie Williams
treasurer, Mrs. Douglas W. Rivers their daughter and son-in-law.
recently with a 2-week Ky., with the 101st Air-
and Mrs. John A. Will- Eugene A. Kirker Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shumate.
visit from her daughter Mrs. borne Division. He lived with I Wed. thru Sat. 47DONOVAN'S
iams cochairmen.The
Landscaping-Sodding-SeedingNEW Martha Hall Larkin of Balti- Judy Anapau his grandparents and attendedSt. I II'
I I
first fall general meeting Tom Clarke 21-year-old son REEF
more. Mrs. Hall had been Johns Jr. College before I
of the church women will I of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar T.
LAWNS TILLING GRADING away for four months visitingsons entering the service. starring John Wayne
be held at the educational Clarke will return o n Monday i
and relatives in Texas New Area SeniorCitizens' I'
SPRIGGING SODDING building, Monday. Sept. 9, at and had just returned. Mrs. Edna Moore and Miss to the Unviersity of Florida Engineering Sun., Mon.. Tues.. Sept. 8-10 i
7:30 o'clock.FIRST AideJ. school. He is now
OLD LAWNS RENOVATED AND Gladys Doos of Deerfield Beach SUMMER PLACE
workin under a cooperative'
Edwin Larson, State Treas- left for home on Wednesdayafter
FERTILIZED. SPRAYING. BAPTIST SUMMER READERS CLOSE I scholarship with Minneapolis starring Sandra Dn'ed.
urer and Insurance Commissioner spending two weeks here
FREE ESTIMATES! NO OBLIGATION! CHURCH NEWS SEASON WITH RANCH- Honeywell Co., and will spend
said this week that John with Mr. and Mrs. John Hend- & Thurs.. Sept. 11-12
The women's missionary TYPE PARTY. the winter trisemester. as he
Holmes has been named senior ricks. Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks
Dave Talbott'sGATOR union of the First Baptist I did this summer working at CRITICS' CHOICE
Cookies and punch were citizen coordinator in the Jack- accompanied them home and
TURF NURSERIES Ph. 284-3372 or 284-3995 Church of Keystone will meetat their St. Petersburg plant.
served at the Keystone branchof sonville office. will remain for a brief visit. starringBob
the church Tuesday,
on
the Clay County Library on Mr. Holmes will work with I Hope Lucile Ball
Sept. 3, at 10 o'clock. The circle -
last Friday afternoon for the Fanrk Alexander, State coordi- I Miss Nancy Parham left for
chairmen will draw the
30 boys and girls who partici- nator for senior citizen services Florida State University this PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
of the ladies to be in ,I
names pated in the summer reading in providing insurance infor- week where she will begin workon CHURCH
Helm their own cricles. All memberswill I
+ please be present. club. Frankie Tolford, who mation and advice to senior her master's degree. She was I II '..ermontve.. CHURCH NOTICE

' C? sent his goal at 100 books for citizens in Baker. Clay. Duval granted an $1.800 scholarship: Green Cove Springs

the summer, came out ahead Nassau and St. Johns Counties. I from the Florida Council on CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

Funeral Home NEWS FROM with 104 books to his credit! "This new program for sen-' Research and Training in Men- SOCIETY

WILLIAMS **. Mark Nolan was second with ior citizens will provide a need-i i I tal Health, for her first academic You have a (Tor. E. Houston St. A

87. Doxann Ketch read 82; ed service for the senior citizensof year Special Invitationto N. 1laJ:11oUav
The ladies of the church
CHARLES HELM are Willie Dey, 43.Mrs. I the area" Mr Larson said. attend GREEN COVE SPRINGS
each expected to prepare 5 Ii I Church and Sunday School FLORIDA ,
The new senior citizens
serv- Mrs. Marguerite Rivers and ,*
Funeral Director pounds of potatoes for salad, Services held Sunday
Mickey Herring, daughter ice section will work closely her children Robert Arthur -
and bake a cake or pie for the I! at 11 a.m.
ham of Mrs. Wilma Stover o* with senior citizens clubs and i and Patti spent the week-end Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
supper on Saturday eve- I
McRae left last week organziations in the The Preaching 11:00 a.m. Subject: J-
Phone 2S4-969G ning. The potatoes will be for Jack- area. at Daytona Beach. I
sonville Technical College. senior citizens service director Sunday Nile Serv. 7:00 p.m. MAN
boiled peeled, and diced, and
t GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA topped with chopped celery and where she will study secreta- will devote all of his time to Mrs. Jerry Farley had as her 1 Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. September 8th
rial the activities of Pastor. Ralph S. Morgan
work. coordinating
IIWY. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 445 several pulverized hardboiledeggs. guest last week her brother. A cordial invitation is extendedn

No dressing please. It the division. S. A. Griffis of Trinidad. While I Phone: 328-2685 attend our services

will be made at the hall by Miss Marian Beasley spent he was here his mother and I
four days last week in Lake Griffis and
the kitchen crew. sister Mrs. Lynn

Sept. 1 will be children's Holy City with her friend Elizabeth Murrhee I Miss Mary Alice Griffis, of

Communion Sunday. The chil- DuBose.Mr. Insurance Agency Fargo, Ga., also visited. The First Presbyterian Church

4\ This Week's dren's choir will sing. and Mrs. H. C. Crouchan i

d two children of St. Pet- Magnolia Ave. at Gum
Mr. and Mrs. James Fletcher
Miss Kristine Ann Larsen ersburg, spent the week-end in Inw CARRY and their children. James and '"':1 Green Coven

the second child of Bradley and Keystone with Mr. and Mrs. I ADEQUATE Janis spent the week-end at
I !1i\ BONUSBUYS C. E. Mitchell. Mrs. Crouch
:
Shirley Larsen of Lake Geneva and Mrs. Mitchell are sisters. JltfUKANCtSee Lake Brooklyn in Keystone :. llomln"orshlp 11 o'clock
t
: Trailer Park wasborn on Monday Heights.Mr. .

/', July 29, at St. Lukes Hospital Church School 9:45 o'clock

in Jacksoville.On Last Tuesday. Mrs. Earl : RICHARD MURRHEE and Mrs. Marvin Taylor J
Shaw of Wildwood, and her Agent VISITORS WELCOME
formerly of Green Cove
August 25, the second niece, Mrs. Charles Browningof Phone 473-4786 Springs spent Labor Day here

daughter of Bradley and Shir- Waldo were visiting Mrs .
M. L. in .
Beasley Keystone.Mrs.
ley Larsen was baptized Kris-
Shaw and
Mrs. Beasleyare
tine Ann by Father Thomas

Patrick Kelly at St. Williams sisters. Mrs. Beasley and When counts signs and rubber comporndsproduce1 691;better
safety
visit
her went to .
Church. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert company an- ..
I Plus Valuable Plaid StampsSUPER I Nelson were stand-in God par- other sister, Mrs. Gertrude traction..more mileage... less noise and road

ents for Mrs. Larsen's sister Nichols of Lake Geneva, whoses count ATLAS vibration every mile! And ATLAS gives you a

and husband who were unableto on was home from Miami on on Every mile choice of two guarantees: adjustment '

attend and who live in vacation. your drive, new ATLAS Plycron Tires work to prorated on the tread remaining, or on

RIGHT TENDER Minnesota.On keep you safe.''With 25%more working rubber number of months in use. See your Standardon
Mrs. Addie Spilman has returned -
August 24 the son of to her home in St. the road, you get better skid-resistance.. station today. Find out how little safety costs!

a Herbert and Carolyn LaMeewas Louis, after spending the sum- for better steering,quicker stops.New tread de- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)

BEEF LIVER baptized Richard Mauriceat mer with her sister Mrs. Nellie

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1963 ..:.:

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: ',. Mr. and Mrs. Helmut Schulteof
MHC :
&
Hamburg. Germany are vis-

iting Mr. and Mrs. W. Boehme Cotney Tire Service

for a few weeks. Together

Penney FarmsReporter they are sightseeing in south Cor. Park & King Jacksonville

) I, i ir Florida. The Schultes trav-
Phone EV 9-3027 EV 4-6491
: or
: MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone 529-8131 eled by boat from Hamburg to

Jacksonville a delightful 12-

The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph G. The first choir rehearsal for day trip with only 12 passen-

I Korteling left on Tuesday to the Penney Memorial Church gers aboard. When they returnto TIRE \

AIR CONDITIONING BOATS I be gone for two months during for the fall season will be held Germany they will fly from

CAREY'S TRADING POST which time Dr. Korteling will tomorrow night at 7 o'clock in Jacksonville to New York and RE-CAPPING:

be on a speaking tour for The the lecture room of the church.
stops at London. Amsterdam.
WE BUY SELL TRADE RETREADING:
RALPH F F. INLET MARINA American Bible Society and It is urgent that all members of on across the Atlantic with

Three locations: World Missions. They hope to the choir be present for this and on to Hamburg all in one REPAIRINGFrom

MERCURY & JOHNSON 15 E. Palmer St., Ph. 284-3280 visit their four married chil- first rehearsal.Mrs. day.
MILBERGEROrange the smallest to the LARGEST!
C Warehouse old
ENGINESCROSBY & antiques dren and 13 grandchildren in

& Ferris Street O.TSEE.ZY Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. Michigan Pennsylvania and Mabel E. Crosby writes Distributor Miller Tires Autolite Batteriesand
The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph H.
(next to bus station) e "BIG TOP"' tent -. Blanding New Jersey. The work of Mr.Korteling.s from 30 Dell Avenue Melrose,
TRAILERS Collis returned August 28 froma
REFRIGERATIONAND Blvd. At Ridgewood wife in the clinic Mass.. that while she has been
SALES & SERVICE month's visit with Mrs. Collis'brother
will be taken over by Dr. Ruth
traveling to many places Mrs. InORAXGE
OUTBOARD REPAIR Furniture & appliances at and wife Mr. and Mrs.
AIR CONDITIONING Frank and Dr. Elizabeth Peder- French has been staying in Buffalo -
Park bargain pri-2s 8tfc J. C. Olsen of Dallas. During PARK
Service Hwy. 17 Orange son, former classmastes of Dr. N. Y. They expect to return -
Phone CO 4-9835 three weeks they were guestsof
Korteling in medical school.
Home Phone 284-978O to MHC around the mid-
HAIRCUTS the Olsens on a bus tour of Sinclair Station Road Service
Business Phone 284-9581 dle of this month.
the Pacific northwest and Can-

I INSURANCE We I ada. 195 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264-6431 I

give The Rev. and Mrs. Henry W.

AGIN'S' "FirstHaircut"Certificates LEGAL_NOTICE I Bock returned last week after

spending two months in Asheville The Rev. and Mrs. Fred
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
f9s RefrigerationAnd FOR TAX DEED : N. C. Andres left on Labor Day for a
I Air Sec. 1&4.16 P. S. '
ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN two-week vacation at St. Simons "Accentuate the Positive" {

ConditioningSERVICE pCClDf that Clay County Development The Rev. J. R. Nicholas will {
w Nl Company the holder of the following Island. l :
1 fGZ Orange Park Barber Shop certificates has filed said preach at the Penney Memorial ct:1
1 certificates fora.. tax deed to be .
Ilrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. issued thereon. The certificate Church next Sunday and the
The Rev. and Mrs. H. C.
Chrysler Airtemp Sales same location for over 15 yean the numbers description and years of the of property issuance, Rev. Oral Brown will teach the Travis returned to MHC last. Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land
Authorized Philco and the names in which it was adult Bible class in Sunday

Service f 3 KLNGSLEY & HIWAY 17 assessed Certificate are as No.follows 45 : School. week after spending a quiet "With the old swimming hole nearby:

s Year of Issuance June 1. 1959. summer visiting their daughter -
Day Ph. 284-3680 Description of Property: Mrs. Charles Maxwell at Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms.
SIGN PAINTING
Lot 17 Green Cove Gardens
Night 284-3402 Section 3 Township 6 Range -- Algonquin. HI. This is Mrs. See Us for your Real Estate Needs

S. Palmetto 25Name in which assessed: Travis's old home territory and i

r Green Cove SpringsUPIIOLSTERLNG E. BRADFORD PYKERt. QUALITY All of said E. C.property Foote being in LEGAL NOTICE she saw many relatives and old S. E. McKAYKeystone

the' County of Clay. State of friends and attended several
2, Box 47
Florida.
SIGN PAINTIINGLEE IX THE COURT OF THE
Green Cove Springs Unless such certificate or certificates COrXTY JUDGE. CLAYCOl'XTY. family reunions at nearby Heights Phone 473-4816
shall "be redeemed according -
: FLORIDA, places.Mr. .
to law the property de- IX
Phone 284-3859 WARNER I PROBATE
scribed In such certificate or IN RE: ESTATE OF
If Long Distance Call CollectPAUL'S 305 Glendening Road certificates will be sold to thehighest HERMAN-E.-REED Deceased.
I bidder the court
FREE ESTIMATESALL II at NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo and Airs G. R. Lyman
I Orange Park Fla. house door on the first Monday All Creditors and Persons
in Month of October. 1963. which Having Claims Demands left MHC a month ago and
WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2646316INSTRUCTIONS is the 7th day of October 1963. or
Against Said Estate GIRDLE IS ACONTKAPTION
: A
Dated this 3rd day of September You and each of here- traveled about 300 miles a day I
you are
ORANGE PARKt'PIiOLSTERY SCHOOLS 1963. by notified aDd required to pre- and kept going until they
or GEORGE Lv CARLISLE .. Tt>
sent any 'claims and demands
Clerk of Circuit Court of which reached Waterbury. Vt., their
you or either erf you. may W
Clay CountFlorida.. have against the of Her- s KEEP A WOMAN
Sept 5, 12. 19. 26. 1963 estate home town where they went to
E.
man Reed deceased late of
Archi. PadgettOn All Legal Beverage said County to the County school together. They enjoyed IN WHEN SHE

Kingsiey Ave., Just BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP LEGAL NOTICENOTICE Judge at his of office Clay in County.the 'court Florida.houseof meeting relations and old

East of Hwy. 17 Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M.. said! County at Green Cove friends whom hey had not seen :5: :. : GOES OUT!
Complete Auto & Furniture OF APPLICATIONFOR Springs. Florida, within six cal-
Ph. Aro. COngress 4-9213 Dnval County Line TAX DEED endar months from the time of in 50 or 60 years in Water-

Orange Park, Fla. Upholstering Src. 1JM.1 P. S. the first publication of this no- bury, Richmond Shelburne St.
North of Orange Park 1400 \V. Idlewild Ave. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tice. Two copies of each claimor
I demand shall be in
that Clay County Development writingand Albans and East Mountpelier
Ph. 284-3505 Company the holder of the following shall state;; the place' of resi-
certificates has filed said dence and post office! address of Vt.
Cove Cove Springs, Florida certificates for a tax deed to be the claimant and shall be sworn ytiti
ELECTRICALAtlas MOTELS issued thereon. Toe certificate to by the claimant his agent I
Free Estimates
his attorney and accompanied by I
numbers and years of issuance
a filing fee of one dollar and The Rev. Raymond Eckels,
tse! description of the property,
Free and
Pick-up DeliveryHandle and the names in which it was suc'h claiam or demand not so formerly of MHC died in a
Electric & Mechanical filed shall be voids .
,MARINA MOTELAPTS. Any and All of Your assessed Certificate are No.as follows 67 : / I Opal M. Reed I hospital at Corning Ia., on

CompanyWe Upholstery Needs! Year of Issuance June 1. 1961 As executor of the Last Will
September 1. Announcementof
Description of Property: and Testament of Herman E.
do all type of electrical HAROI" 3AXLEY Lot 16 Green Cove Gardens. Reed deceased. funeral arrangements, and
Pub. 5, 12 19 and 26 19C3
FOR RENT Owner & U.terer 21 Section 3 Township 6 Range Sept. .
yrs.
wiring burial at the Penney Memorial .".
25Name
By Week or MonthU. EDBAXLEY in which assessed! : Cemetery will follow.
Christian Larsen LEGAL NOTICE
RAY SHIPP Son and Upholsterer 4 yrs. All of said property being in
S. 17 North
Owner and Manger E. A. HUMMEL the County of Clay. State: of IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
r'loriaa. THE FORTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Phone 2849228CLASSIFIED PHONE 284-3605 Upholsterer- 6 yrs. Unless such certificate or cer- IN AND FOR CLAY
tificates shall be redeemed according COUNTY FLORIDA.
to law the property described IX CHAXCERY.JOHN DANCING CLASSES

OFFICIAL NOTICE : in such certificate! or N.. . ANYONE ? ?
LEGAL NOTICE certificates will be -sold to the C. BIRD.
highest bidder at the court Plaintiff
house door on the first Mondayin vs The B a g a ley Juvenile
TIMBER SALE Commercial Month of October. 1963. which EDNA B. SINGLEY et aU She's looking good and feeling real great. She has
iv THE COL'XTYCOl'UT .rTnG": S pine and hardwoods scattered Is the 7th day of October. 1963. DefendantsNOTICE Theatre of Jacksonville specializing -
OK CLAY COUNTY, Dated this 3rd day of ::;eptemI OF SUIT
'Lonlu.\. throughout approximately 6,000 I bar 163. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: in Theatre Arts security and assurance on her side-with adequate savings

In ELIZABETH re: Estate S.of WOODWORTH. acres Canal right-of-way in i Clerk GEORGE of Circuit L. CARLISLE Court of W.EDNA NORMAN B. eiNGLEY SINGLEY.and Tap Jazz Ballet and Dra- in Certificates of Deposit. Safe and with higher Interest.

deceased.! Putnam County. Sealed blebby Clay county Florida. 'her husband; ADFJUAFDE S. matic Art will form classesin
NOTICE- OF FILING FINALRETCItN : Seput. 5. 1%. 19. and 26. 1963 YOST and ROBERT 1, Come in and ask about them.
Green Cove Springs if
AND:: PETITION 11:00 A. M. Monday 16 Sep. POST her husband; all persons
FOR APPROVAL, OF RETURN LEGAL NOTICE claiming' any right title. Inter- enough pupils are interestedin
FOR SALE 4 bedroom AND FOR ORDER tember 1963. For detailed information lien
est or estate In. or upon.
OK DISCHARGE OF ADMINISTRATOR contact Florida the real property described enrolling.
house Elsie Street Hilltop
-
IX THE CIRCUIT COCKT IXAXU herein or any part thereof, by,
If are interested,
HEREBY GIVENthat 803 Rosselle you
NOTICE IS Canal Authority
Section call 284-3660. I : FOIl CLAY COIXTY.KL.OKIUA. through under or against any
I have filed my final re Street Jacksonville 4. Florida 1\: CIIAXCKIO.XO. of the abo\e named persons; and please come to the Green
25-tfc; turn as Administrator c. t.a., 36.i -<, all parties having or claimingto
of the Estates! of Elizabeth S. EL 60405. 8-22. 29. 9-5-c THE 'WILLIAMSBCRGHt have the right, title or Interest Cove Junior High School Au- I MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
\\'oodworh, deceased therein I
requesting in the herein described -
property
/:: INGS BANK ditorium Saturday. Sep-
approval of the final on 1 THE FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
FOR SALE: 4 Room House 2 return and an order of discharge L"GL"OTICE a banking corporation.Plaintiff Defendants; Greetings: tember 7th at 2:30 o'clock or
; and after publication of You are hereby notified thata
bedrooms. Reasonable cash thi lee each week for vs call EV 81715.
snot once
NOTICE OK INTENTION TO J.V.. PORTER and proceeding to quiet title has ''
four consecutive weeks I will -- -- --
price NOW before prices go up apply to the County Judge of REGISTER FICITITOfS NAME ULAXrtS U. POUTER been brought In the Circuit -= -- -- (
Notice is hereby given that his wife. Court County Florida, I
Clay County. Florida for approval slo:11 :lso --- ---- -- -
In Green Cove. Call GCS the undersigned under the provisions Defendants. claiming any --
of said final return and
estate right title or interest in.
284-4601. 9-5 12 19 26 for order of fInal dischargea yf chapter 863.0 Lawsof NOTICE Ol- SUIT
;
p an
lien the following de- I
Florida Acts of 193.. will THE STATE OK FLORIDA or upon
administrator! rum testaments register with the Clerk of the TO: GLADYS D. PORTER. -ribed real property situate in
annexo of the Estate of Eliz-
residence and address Clay County. Florida to wit
and for
Circuit Court In Clay
abeh S. Woodwortlu de-ased. "
I County. State of Florida. upon unknown: Farm Thirty-nine (39) of II 1I here The Best Is Better We Coiled
FOR SALE Piano good Dated: August 9. 1968. receipt of proof of publication You are hertby notified that a the LAWRENCE DEVELOPING
/ Carroll Wright, of this notice the Fictitious suit has been filed against ylou COMPANY'S Subdivision '
condition. $300 cash. Call Administrator C. T. A. name of and J .W. Porter in the above as recorded In Plat \ ., Electric
of the Estate of ElizabethS. KNIUHT'S TRAILER PARK entitled cause; and that you are Book 2, page 18 of the Public '1l y
281389.Ir.. P. English. Rt. Woodworth. deceased. Signed. :1lrs: Robert L. Knieht hereoy required to file your answer Records of Clay County.

2, GCS, Fla. 9-5 c Pub. Aup. 15. ::. :,. Sept. 5. 63 Pub. Aug 15. :%. :,. Sept 5, '63LKOAL with tOe Clerk of this Florida. TilE and
required toi'
and are hereby
Court and to serve a copythereof you
LEGALOTICE upon the Plaintiffs attorney file i with the Clerk of said Coir
NOTICE ''s. whose name and ad- your answer to aid suit, and I BEST Telephone
dress is: serve a copy thereof upon the
FOR SALE OR RENT: Warehouse \OTICi OP INTENTION TO iv TIIK ror\TY .r.'IJG"'S r ret man. Richardson & Watson Plaintiff's attorney whose name YOUR
iti: approximately 35' x 12: Notice Is .hereby given that I'l.OIUUA. I.\ IMlOUVTi' Jacksonville 2. Florida at Law. P. O. Box 446 ..tEEDS
the undersigned. under tne provisions :\o. 102 nut later than October 7, A. D. Green Cove Springs. Florida on 11
Phone 2813963. 9-5-c of chapter S65.09 Lawsof ESTATE OF 1963.: or before the llth day of October I
'!Florida Acts of 1957. will ALICE M. L.UIB'L'RT.Deceased If you fail to do so, Decree 1963: therein setting up the I
register/ with the Clerk of theCar..ult Pro Confesso will be entered estate! right title or Interest in.
Court in and for Clay > O TIC K against you for the relief demanded or lien upon the above described
County, State of Florida upon THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: in the Complaint.The property claimed by you. HARDWARE ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGSGet
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom receipt of proof of publicationof Irene McCarthyResidence nature of said suit being in fail not. or default Here-I
this notice, the Fictitiousname Unknownand for the foreclosure of Mortgage will be entered against you. FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE
All
It
house newly painted inside and of encumbering the property and WITNESS my hand and the
ATLAS ELECTRIC AND James Lambert premises located in Clay County seal of said Court this 3rd day
out, reasonable, large yard appliances MECHANICAL COMPAXVSiened. c/o C. O. Sargent: & Sons. Corp. Florida described as follows of September. 1963. I
turnished. Call Penney 1 Earl R. Shipp. Jr. IlroadwayUranitevllle. : GEORGE U CARLISLE .
I I Pub. Aug. %:. 29. Sept. 5. 12. 3LI Mass. LOT 33. BLOCK 5, BELLAIR. As Clerk of the above
Farms 529-S211. 20tfc and all other persons concerned UNIT NO. 1. according to styled Court. I '
: plat thereof recorded in Plat By Estillee Ridley 1922 Highway 17 Phone 264-6831 Orange Park
I :<;AL XOTICBMVTICK You. and each of you. are book 6. page 26 and 27. public Dopuf Cl rk
I hereby notified that a petition records of Clay County. Sept. 5, 12. 13 and 26. 1963
has been filed in said Court Florida.
IIELP WANTED FEMALE OK I\TK\TIO\ prayng-/ for the issuance of Let- AND ALSO the following described j-
iti-:<;iNTtu! .'Il.'TITIO.'Sn ters of Administration de Bonis --
items of equipmentnow
NEEDED AT ONCE full or ,1 Notice is hereby given that Non in said estate to Calvin L. located In or upon the
the undersigned under the provision Brow; and you are hereby required above describtd premises.
part-time man or woman to
I I of chapter fc63.0. Laws to file your written defenses te"artarner- Recessed
serve Watkins customers in i of Florida Acts of 1957. willregister thereto within forty days Wall Heater .r- K-69 l
1, with the Clerk of the after the first publication hereof -
Kltrtien Fan
10" Nutone
Green Cove Springs. Earn Circuit Court in and for Clay Should yoU fail therein decree It9..iU1 .r 1 WHISTLING? SURE I'M
$65.00 and up weekly. No in- ('.'unt)'. State of Florida upon will be entered in due Quick Rec. The m 4t gallon .
receipt of proof of publication county upon said petition. glass lined water heater
vestment. Set your own hours. of this notice the Fictitious WITNESS my hand and the I -a-u 7..*o -w.lmersen .
name atJIILBERGER'S seal of said Court this 29th day
Pryne ceiling WATCHING ALL THE
Write C. R. Ruble. Dept. A-3 REFRIGERATION -
I of August. 11 C3. heater and fan in bath ;515-
P. O. Box 2447 Memphis, Tenn. I I SERVICE: Signed/ Thomas J. Rivers 3"2 t. P
SJtrned. Ralph F. llilberger
County Judge
Oil Tank Stand .
55 Gallon on
Fob AUK52.:. 29. Sept. 5, 1%. 63 Pub. 8 ::. :,. Sept. S. 12. 1963 WITNESS my hand and seal -ir GIRLS GO BY!

Green Cove
-:--M: : :--: : -'-,-: '-: of said Court at Florida,

Hy'.X Springs this 3rd day Clay of September.County. A. D.. c v4

1 1j J 1963. ci ,

DIRECTORYVUKMTUKE Clerk GEORGE of Circuit L. CARLISLE Court .


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) Deputy Clerk
Sept. 5. 12. 19 and U. 83
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q Alii BASE FURNITURE CO LEGAL NOTICE the Orange Park Bank. Get yours now.COMfttTf .

Fine Furniture PHARMACY I

Carpeting Appliance OFFICE SUPPLY CO. The Board of County Commissioners
of Clay County. Florid,!
Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service will receive Bids in the office
5953 Roosevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner of the Clerk of Circuit Court of
Clay County vntl *:3' A. *L.,
Jacksonville E.811 Complete Cosmetic Dept. September 9. 1X3. for installation -
Specialists in of Air Condition equipmentfor THE BANK -OF ORA e P HK
TRAILERS Cameras Films the Courtroom of the Clay
Oflice Sup lie5-olftce Equipment ( County Courthouse. Plans and .- --- -- -
I Pacemakers Peeries Specifications will be famished ,0'A is 0 CO.'ID..IIAL.coual.0US
and
Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries bidder by the Clerk of Circnlt
Air Stream for Travel Court. Clay County.

Used Trailers-Bank Flnanclnj I Complete Line of Greeting The Board of County Commis- '
sioners reserve the right to reject Banking Service
0017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2071 Blinding Bird. Cards any and all bids.
BUTTS;: MOBILE HOMES INC I GEORGE I* CARLISLE

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