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: November 7, 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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Green Cove Loan Moosehaven Expansion

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Baker Death ;:$1,000,000 Three-Year Project PlannedA

The death of George T. Baker in Vienna on Mondaywill
not affect his $675,000 loan to the City of Green Cove
City officials said yesterday.Mr. ( picture story of Moosehaven and its 425 retiree sionaries by the American Missionary Association. The

Baker, founder of National Airlines, died of an residents appears on page 5 of this issue of The latter building subsequently served as Orange Park's city
apparent heart attack at the age of 62 two days after his Crescent.) hall and was razed only a few months ago when the city's

arrival with his wife in the Austrian capitol. Moosehaven will inaugurate a planned $1,000,000 expansion new municipal center was occupied.

During the protracted litigation over validation of the program within the next six weeks, Charles Known to 1000.000 members of the Order throughout -
City's proposed revenue certificates which cannot be issued McCall Superintendent told The Crescent this week. the world as "The City of Contentment the com-
until after a Florida Supreme Court decision Mr. Baker Ground is scheduled to be broken within six weeks munity now welcomes approximately 50 new residents an-
agreed to lend the City the necessary funds to purchasethe a $250,000 residence hall to house an additional 42 naually. Its 26 buildings, including nine residence halls
abandoned federal property lying southeast of Green and additions to standing facilities that will each with its own living quarters dining room and kitchen
Cove. The balance of the purchase price was lent by the another 46 persons. Additionally a 50-bed addition employ a staff of more than 100 including 18 nurses and
Bank of Green Cove and the Florida National Bank, of be added to the health center at the spacious : 16 orderlies in the 125-bed health center. Of the com-

Jacksonville. of homes for aged and dependent members of the munity's total population approximately 100 are patients
Berwick Anderson who has represented the City in its Order of Moose facing the St. Johns River at Orange Park.While in the 3-building health center.

long and thus far successful fight to validate the proposed further additions are still in the planning stage While the community requires no down payment as a
bond issue pointed out yesterday that a condition of sale according to Mr. McCall, the program now envisions capital condition of admission pensions and social security pay-
laid down by General Services Administration was that expenditures totaling something like $1,000,000 ments made to residents contribute approximately 40 per
the purchase money be paid within 60 days of the offer. the next three years. cent of the annual $600,000 budget second only in the

The 60-day period expired on Monday of this week. Thus, Mr. McCall said that $250,000 for the new County to the public school system is $1.75 million.Mr. .
in view of the litigation the base could not have been hall was presented to the community last summer by McCalal. a 53-year-old Ohioan, has been superin-
purchased by the City the State had withdrawn its Academy of Friendship. Women of the Moose at tendent of the community for five years. A member of
offer and perhaps have been salvaged but for the the Order for 30 he served
an apprenticeship
Order's International convention in Chicago last : yearas as
Baker loan.A Thus, within the very near future Moosehaven's retiree secretary of the 5.000-member Indianapolis Lodge for 11
Supreme Court decision is expected to be handed before coming to the County.
population will rise above the 500 mark; in years
down in the case in the near future. The three plaintiffs, for admission HI.
Applications at Mooseheart,
planning stages its plant will go up from an : are
down in the case in the near future. The three plaintiffs
Members of the boar dof
current value of $4,000,000 to 5000000. community's governors are:
who at least nominally took the case to the Supreme Gordon Jeffrey Toledo, Ohio, official O'Keel.
city George
Moosehaven Orange Park, goes back 41 years ;
Court have 10 days after its option is handed down to the Board of Governors of the Order following a nationwide Miami attorney; William Nace. Beckley. W. Va.. businessman -
t ask for a rehearing. If their actions in the past are a
survey, chose the location and purchased the ; William Troutman Wilmington, N .C., businessman;
guide to what may be expected thi scould be done asa and J. Emmit Fines,
Hotel Marion and approximately 40 acres of land on Ingolf Pederson Chicago Jeweler;
". time-consuming procedure if for no other reason. City present site of the community and. across Highway 17 retired Des Moines businessman now residing in Clear-
aides pointed out. However in the event of a unanimous
the building that had long been used as a school for water. dThirtythree
decision any such further legal action probably would not aa

the taken.Mr. Baker a resident of Miami founded National I

.Airlines In 1936. In its early days the company had Mr. County Teachers

.Baker and another pilot and two airplanes. He remained

;as.its chairman until his retirement in 1961. The company A master survey of the County's natural resources
today is one of the nation's major air carriers with annual land use. population and other factors will be made undera Named For Bonus
earnings in excess of $10 million.In resolution adopted Monday by the Board of County Com ;
addition to his widow, he leaves a daughter. Bar- missioners. a
:bara,'16 years old. Mrs. Baker. bald Mojjday.her husband's '
The Tesohition. -presented by Commissioner -Louit'Huntley '
'bOdy'wOUd-b *cremated and shipped: ; the United States. Payment Uncertain
; calls for the expenditure of $2.250 for a surVeyof r

the unincorporated areas of the County to facilitateits ,
-**\ "orderly growth. A similar survey has recently been The County Board of Public Instruction has sent the

Odum Named; Hosts Employes completed in the City of Orange Park. names of 33 of its teachers to Tallahassee with recom-

The project, endorsed by the County Zoning Commis- mendations that they receive competency awards.

"Walter G.oOdum, president general of Clay Oil mission. will take into consideration such items as analysisof
However spokesman for the Board said later there
:of .Florida :Soap Corp., at Corp.. of which Mr. Odumis population, land use, housing conditions etc.
was no assurance all of them would meet State stand-
Doctors Inlet, was electedof president and principal Mr. Huntley said that while one competent engineerhas
ards. Heretofore the State has paid certified teachers a
< the Southeastern Regional owner.and Mrs. Howard; already agreed to do the job for 2250. others will
This has
$400 bonus under the competency program.
Renderers .:Association at and Paul King of Florida be contacted before any contract is signed.
discontinued and the payments to be made this year is.
j :its ;annual:meeting in Hollywood Soap, and Mrs. King. The meeting of the Commissioners was punctuated by theoretically the last.

Fla., test week-end. an angry exchange over published reports that proceeds -
.. j&lso attending the meetingwas he Thus payment to any of these nominated appearedto
A. A. Rosenburger. vice be left in the hands of State authorities in Tallahassee.
president of Florida Soap. I Four County Towns Get $7,000 Tax MoneyThe I
Those named to receive the awards which local school
The association (comprises
four than the other three com- General a'a officials said could be less than the amount paid in previous '
Tenderers in eight :southeastern County qualified more Revenue Fund and
states.In municipalities will receive approximately bined. Orange Park will receive balance being distributed al ,. years, are: ..-

Hollywood. Mr. Odum $7,000 from Sep- $2,088.74; Keystone qualified m u n i c i p a Ii a'a sarah B. Quackenboss, Florence V. Harris Camilla L.
had as his guests. .Ralph 1 I tember cigarette tax collec- Heights will $1,2862.69; and throughout the State. Batten, Barbara C. Holt, Mary Frances Owens Martha K.
Bagwell, executive vice presi- tons according to Richard B. Penney Farms $78.07. City of Miami with an Parker, Mary Frances Cooper Loreen B. Foster, Donald
dent of the Bank of Orange Keating, director of the State State collections for the tion of more than $ Arthur Sohm Robert L. Lewitt Jr., Roy W. Philemon, Jr.,
Park of which Mr. Odum is Beverage Department.The month totaled more than $4 gets the lion's share of the Mary A. Jensen Howard Overstreet Closs, Joe Olive,
president and chairman and City of Green Cove will million with approximately a location.
Lynette Roddy, Roy Roddy Jessie Roddy Philip N.Stoueh,
$3,527.43 of this amount third of it going into the StateB.
Mrs. Bagwell; Olin Howard. get Lou Nell Medley, James D. Sowell Virginia F. Thompson.

Joyce King Maude A. Green Delores C. Lovett, Ethel
Marie Hawkins. George W. Dunnavant. Jr.. Joan Jennings -

I Let's Get A Move On Us And Nell and Norton.Martin Marguerite James R.C. Werstler Stephens, Barbara Vera Eddy W. Simons Franklin -

Paul L. Est.s.

In other action, at Its Oct. 31 meeting, the Board
Lester Gladden, editor in 1898 of The Green ; voted to officially reprimand C. F. Holmes, principal of
Spring, was a man in a hurry to put Green Cove on : : : the Orange Park High School, "for allowing money to be

map. : : left in the school building overnight in violation, of .
"For heaven's sake let us get a move on us," ternal policy" ,
wrote in the issue of Sept. 3, 1898. "aad infuse a W-
life into the town enough at any rate to keep for The school was broken into on the night of Oct. 13
S < winter tourists from mistaking it for a graveyard." :) and $210.30 of school funds was stolen. '

P A of the 3 issue of The bears .
copy Sept. Spring a.ck- The Board
also voted to hold Mr. Hclsses personally
of W. O. Geiger and is the property of
name now : responsible for
any future loss of funds left overnight fat.
A nephew Park F. Geiger. It was recently unearthed : ). the school building.County .
F i the loft of Mr. Geiger's Standard Oil Co. office in daily.
I. Cove by 11-year-old Bobby Reed. The Crescent is ex-
I ful to Bobby Reed for bringing to its attention the : Favors Bond

I available istence of to the us.paper and to Mr. Geiger for making Issues;

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other That fronts.week. Mr. Gladden was pressing. Progress" ;:; : : Against Election Changes,

In his lead editorial that week, the editor ; Less than 1250 County voters approximately 15 Per
I.E "As the fall and winter seasons approach it ti. of those eligible voted down on Tuesday a proposed: eeat

forcibly suggested that something should be done to change the election years of state offfldafa and. at the ,
make our town more attractive to tourists. This is a time voted for two bond-issue amendments to fug tin *,aaae
altogether a matter of option, but it is essential to at the State's colleges and recreation facHtttea.. ift.tO':
prosperity of the town for improvement is the order
past: Amendment No. 2, "
the day all over the state, and we must also be providing for the issuance of $T5 mIItIen
of State bonds within two
r in this respect or we will certainly fall behind in >>: on year for State un4versdtks and J1Wer
colleges and an unspecified
race for progress. Indeed we have done so already. amount in the f\Hure, drew tile
heaviest vote witH B71
have been apathetic in the matter of town pride <
it requires but a passing glance to detect a serious lack The vote on amendment, No. 3. calling for another bend
.. \ progressiveness. and nothing but a wholesome of Issue to conserve? tb 9 State., natural resourees and develop
f Y of sentiment in this respect and a quickening of our but recreational fadlittes. showed almost a. heavy a pert 1ft
r xI can restore to us that proud position which Green Its favor as the first Pl'OPOSed' amendment
A total '
J # _.3. _W.., a Springs once held among the live towns of Florida r I voted for it. with -449 _:_ of 1H
t i o Cr ***Bt Pit... hT Gene K.aa
; Having stated his case. Mr. Gladden then him A majOrity .ot county voterawere
l 11-year-old Bobby Reed Investigates the reading matter his idea of a solution for "quickening our pace.** amendment whicn would ehaneennc aaIn5t S't *******
rS the loft above the Green Cove. office of Park Gei rr. It "There are many wayas in which the town might ) and.IDeabers ottha ie, b"Inet 1 Jt! I.\t.. Qevetaer
years wtJe >
P ,was s here Dc< uncovered i -ih; 1898 i issue of The Green Cove made more attractive he continued, "but we know for den tial ejection. .Tti vote"was'52319; :' ese is DOPres.. 'J
'" .r none that would yield a greater return for the aplmt It. AU three x,661
/ Sp in&. amendmenta, w
r:.- ; I .-...... -"" ,,-'!:-- .' .' ." "!:. '. of money and effort involved in its construction than : electfol1l. ,.adepted..Jaatatewwe

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__ ...'.. . ;.' (lay( (SouutTj\: Crescent THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1963

t Centennial of International Red Cross Commemorated Sales TaxCoilectio11S

OIa"( (Eounttj Crescent ottitker

t Down

It PleaseSixteen J Sales tax collections In the
Charge ..
a million members of the Loyal Order of Moose around County fell off last month from

Park is known as "The City September levels though they
voters went to the the world, Moosehaven in Orange
of the County's
per cent I were substantially above thoseof
amend- Contenment. r AW
polls this week to cast their ballots on three important ; October 1962.
This somewhat less than it close-up for the first time I find it somethinglike
ments to the State's constitution. was Seeing .-e.-..', J. Ed Straughn. director of
a.7 .
the guesstimate made last week by L. E. Wilson, County supervisor an embidiment however imperfect and human, of man'sdream 1 the Florida Revenue Commission -
I of registration, that 20 per cnet might vote. Those who I of contentment of freedom from the cares of the world'I' 4 reported sales tax collec-
voted represent less than six per cent of the County population. conceived in Utopia or imperfectly wrought in New Harmony. ,
] tions totaling approximately
involved in the election this is not and cared for by a'
I While no local issues were ; For at Moosehavaen 425 men women .$16000 in the County last
democracyinaction.It I staff of 100 live in dignity and comfort neither choosing nor'judging month. down more than $5.003:
is difficult to assess the concensus that was expressed I their brethren. from September.In .
in the balloting. A very large majority of voters favored two I I Both the iconoclasts and the realists take pains to say that October. 1962. sales tax

'ij bond issues, neither of which can conceivably contribute any- while mankind has mastered the most awesome arts of war I III collections in the County v?,r-
thing to Clay County in any direct sort of way; a narrow and the most highly automated artifacts of industry, we have $13,602 or $4,000 under thnsefor :
r I margin said no to a proposed amendment which will perpetuate II flunked out of the course in living with ourselves or our neigh- ; t those last month.
I the State's one-party system. bors. E. t.f

I As to its approval of the two bond issues, it can only be I This doctrine that the world mostly lives by the; codes oi
supposed that County voters said in effect they wanted what validity in today's headlines
finds ample
the Old Testament
was offered if the costs could be charged. In short, as a have- Greed covetousness rivalry and malice are more newsworthy GCS Gets Survey
not County we are ready to accept whatever favors may be I
offered providing the bill is not presented to us. Our children than goodness.The .
II inhabitants of this World and the precarious house of Proposal To CostThe
can pay it.Our .
cards we have built and called civilization stand at the brink,
quite hteralaly of total calamity because an eye is still demanded I r5ELThe I proposal was made by

Paradoxical Fm'ill for an eye and the New Testament admonition to brotherlylove i Ard Eulenfeld a city planmr
IIi Pulasy is proscribed by a highly popular tendency to pick and consultant who lives in Oran :r

I t choose which of our fellowmen shall be our brothers. I Park. :Mr. Eulenfeld has recently -

Historians 10,000 years from now from some remote I II Though it may be said that at Moosehaven the terrible I completed a similar su> .
I planet: if by then we have successfully extinguished life on I II competition of the city streets is not a factor I believe the vey of Orange Park at no cc.-

I this one will wonder at the marvel of paradox President answer to the contentment one finds there lies in an inescapable f He has quoted the County a
: Kennedy euphemistically calls his -foreign policy." Consider conclusion that these people have made peace with themselves. price of $2,250 for a survey or
1: some of the recent news: : I Perhaps to achieve this one must ahave had his own Geth- ;all unincorporated areas of ir.i.
Item: Congressman Clement Zablocki, a Wisconsin Dem- semane. I suspect most residents of Moosehaven have. Their Rev. C. E. van der Maaten, (L) County Chairman of the American Red Cross, pur- County. His quoted pride to
II ocrat who heads the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee actions and manner bespeak it. chases from Green Cove Postmaster Richard E. Sapp a sheet of the just-issued U. S. 5-cent Green Cove was 3500.
that best 100-odd members of the I commemorating the centennial of the founding of the international Red Cross move- Commissio nalso took
I charged in a speech on the floor of the House "my Perhaps more credit is due the stamps The
\ judgment is there must have been some encouragement" by staff than I have indicated. Most of them could commandmore I ment. The stamps, which went on sale in th e County last week depict the refugee ship that under advisement a request of
I I US authorities in the Vietnamese revolution. Mr. Zablocki has money somewhere else I suspect. Yet their attitude to-I plies and food to Cuba in exchange for POW's delivered a $53 million cargo of medical sup- George F. Davis new chairman

recently returned from a tour of South Viet Nam. The question ward the residents as I watched and gauged it, has no tingeof i held by Fidel Castro. During the war years and afterward when a large number of military of the Clay Memorial Hospital
raised in these columns before is not only what are we doing patronizing these "aged and dependent" members of the! personnel were stationed in Green Cove, the Red Cross organization in the County played a Authority, that the City con-

1 in Viet Nam but also what are doing inciting or encouraging Order who are their charges. It is warm and gentle.A I vital role in aiding them in many ways. Mr. van der Maaten says the needs and the work- tribute toward the paving of
the people to revolt against their own government no matter woman in her mid-eighties says with a sparkle in her I load are still high. Mrs. Wilma Smith executive secretary of the County organization han Oak Street from Highway t7
1 be. when she "can find : than 60 home service cases monthly. Plans are underway to increase the member- of the -
how tyrannical or foolish or oppressive it may eyes that she likes a game of gin rummy dles more into the beginning pavement
Item: Soviet troops late Tuesday were still blocking a US some boys who will play." It gets a warm and approving clap ship of the present board. Board members, in addition to Mr. van der Maaten are: B. L. at the Doctors Building:

I Army convoy traveling or trying to travel between West on her back. The clap says "Go to it, Girl and even if you I Brunson, Mrs. A. D. Duck Mrs. A. G. Shands Dr. John M. Malone, II. II. Robinson George I
Berlin and West Germany. This comes at the very moment don't get one have fun." Carlisle, Dr. T. Luke Glennan, CapU E. C. Swanson, USNT Mrs. Ann Stripling, the Rev. Dr.
when Jackie is trying to force American shippers to take tens I It seems to me that what all this says is that the residentsof Walter T. Pearcy and Judge Thomas J. Rivers, all of Green Cove; Mrs. Henry Farrow, of ,
feed the Russian content to Park Albert Nelson, of Keystone; Carroll M. Wright, of Penney Farms; and Mrs. M.
of thousands of tons of American wheat to Moosehaven having "had it" in the world are I Orange ; I Junior College
I people at less than the going price. But since American ship- pursue their own ways and to let the next fellow pursue his. L. Robinson of Middleburg.
I pers are also heavily subsidized by the federal government Surely the parable of the Good Samaritan does not charge ,I AdditionDr.
i even if the shippers agree to do what is distasteful to them at us with minding our brother'5 business; it does not negate the I BEULAII BAPTIST CHURCHTO OPEN HOUSE TO BE HELD Library

fire sale prices they'll recoup their losses at the expense of doctrine that we must "judge not ." I believe a man's pi.vate HAVE HOMECOMING AT METHODIST PARSONAGEThe ROTARY PANCAKESThe
Green Cove Rotary B. R. Tilley. president of
i the taxpayers. life or beliefs or acts are his own; and if he need help he can
who never Homecoming Services will be Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Club annual Pancake Sup- St. Johns River Junior College
\ Item: Senator J. William Pulbright an ask
\ hatched, who is the powerful chairman of the powerful Senate it.This tenet that we must not judge that we may not .! held at the Beulah Church on Craig will be hosts at an open ,per will be held Monday has received authorization for

\ Foreign Relations Committee, said in a speech the other day indeed, that we need not choose our brothers but that we may Highway 21, on November 10. house at the Methodist Parsonage from 5:30 until 8:30 at the instruction of an addition to
\ that "it is on this level (the level of Charles deGaulle) of if we will find some common ground with all is the lesson to The Rev. L. H. Saunders will Park and St. John'sStreet Methodist Church Educa- the school library. Construction -
tional Building. The Rotary wil ]begin at the earliest
disappointing preach the sermon.A ;
practical cooperation that French policy has been deeply learned at Moosehaven.
be basket dinner will be Sunday afternoon from Club will use the proceeds possible time.Preliminary.
to France's allies (i.e.:'Jackie and Fulbright). It is, "The City of Contentment" is an exciting community.It ,
a policy" he went on. chiding the elected president of one of our, excited me because I found it in proof that our progress has served at 1:00 o'clock. There '2 to 4. Members and friendsof toward a two-year plans have been
continuer could lead to the disruption i rocketry. will be singing in the after- the Methodist Church are scholarship at St. Johns revised to include a two-story
Western allies, "which, if long not all been in the arts of war and
I River Junior College for a enter section running perpendicular -
of the Western Alliance not by open repudiation but by noon. invited.
abnegation in detail." The public is invited to at I Green Cove student. to the present library

As David Lawrence pointed out on Tuesday in The Florida tend. ind another wing.

Times-Union authority to conduct our foreign policy is dele-I J. H. BlookerFuel

gated exclusively to the President. Senator Fulbright has
stepped beyond the realm of his own jurisdiction and he most

certainly has not aided in the relationship between France anad Oil Service
the United States over which he expresses such deep concern.CfLet's .

j I The Bank of Green Cove Springs

Get A Move On Us. "I 24 Hour Service I

(Continued from Page 1) Phone GCS 284-9250 I Icf
\. I Loans For Home Improvement
Item: "How long oh! how long will it be ere the Housing
sidewalk on Walnut Street will be put into proper con-

dition It is not only disgraceful, but positively dangerous ,

and it is only a question of a little time when some- FHA Title 1
one will be suing the city for a broken leg or other -Accentuate the Tositin"Get
serious injury sustained. Broken and loose boards, nails jJ
sticking up. and holes are its chief characteristic, and
These loans can be granted to any property cicncr who is purchasing
this is the principal sidewalk in town.

Advertisements in the paper solicit patronage for: a great big piece of good, shady, country land or has purchased a housr, after qualifying through FILL Standards.
The Independent Line "elegant passenger steam- hole nearby
With the old swimming
ers" leaving Green Cove at 7 o'clock every morning except -
Sunday for Jacksonville and way landings; leaving Tracts from $573. up. Easy terms. TIME TO

Jacksonville at 2:30: in the afternoon and arriving at Real Estate Needs
See L.S; tor your I
Green Cove "in the early evening." The agent for the

company at Green Cove was T. J. Branning. S. E. McKAYKeystone
tw' W. L Hendricks was secretary and treasurer of the II

Clay County Steam Brick Works which had a daily capacity Heights Phone 473-4816

of 30,000 (bricks).
J. E. Low. the manager and treasurer of The Spring. --
was also a real estate agent who advertised "unimproved ,

...,- lands in heavy blocks. Orange Groves City Property. [
Railroad Land. Taxes paid for non-residents."
claimed that
The Alonzo Bliss Co. of Washington

:; -S : .5 \ 10'
tctt : dtscdbtd as 1'ftCGil f.T 4taad. u=ttitx,tit'i< ;i
** would be another hro years be-
and liver regulator. It SNAPSHOTS! -
fore Dr. Walter Reed discovered: the only way to prevent I ..'
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yellow fever was by staying out of the way of mosqiutos .! \

carrying Its virus. jl .
Other advertisements in The Spring would appear to --- .-- IJi'; : -
went fl.' .... ,,,
Indicate that the inhibitions of the Victorian era I < '

through Clay County non-stop. One of these is headed ''/ 1.e'.' i
"WANTED" every man in the state who is suffering I. .. v"::
from sexual weakness. I have something to tell him I .;;" ,".' :, i ii
r rI
which I cannot say here It is worth half your life to :. x i / ;. I
confidential. ADDRESS Dr. I "' :. : .... .
Strictly : i
know this secret. 4- .'
HrE ., J ,
Fla. '
Vincent. Jacksonville ;:; 7.:-It!
I For those who would seek Dr. Vincent's secrets.: i .' 1-
.' there is no Vincent listed in the current Jacksonville I
I 1w phone book who lists himself as a doctor or magician. .1
CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT .f' TheCounty'sOldest t:

"What IM rood for Clay Is food for The Crescent" v

Duncan Goldthwalte Groner Elizabeth Leonard GrnerEditor and Bank : \
,' c Il R.A.A, '. \ Largest
and Publisher S< ; ,

u Eugene Kola
;. 'r General ManagerPublished Yes and the money from his wallet is in a savings 284-3650 y r
,, every Thursday by account at Keystone State Bank except for what he has or'- 1-

Crescent Press. Inc in his checking account for current living costs. = Congress 4-9583. 1. 1

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I Announced MHC& (Rev. Wayne Bradley I St. Marys Sets ServiceThe I

If BDWllJi Rt. Rev. Hamilton from 2 o'clock in the afternoon.At .

;I, ir a Penney Farms West Episcopal Bishop of Flor- other times he may be seen

ida, celebrated Holy Communion by appointment.A .
''I'f # w t I Reporter: SIRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529.8131 at St. Marys Episcopal
festal Eucharist will be
; i- _zz I ,Church last Friday evening at
'f : Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Goetzof Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- : 6:30 o'clock. Thes ervice, which celebrated at 10 o'clock on

Huntingdon Valley Penn, Devitt of Montgomery Ala., a1 I GCS BowlingWon was followed by a supper, cel- Thanksgiving day with choirs

K V'k have become residents at MHC bride and groom of six months,I I ebrated Ali Saints Daya. and a special offering by the

They were natives of Hamburgand have been visiting the Rev. and I i Lost parish children who will bring
the services Bishop -
Beutlingen Germany and Mrs. Charles Dopp. Mr. Mc- Jokers ................ 22 14 West christened the three- food for needy families.
I N have lived in the Philadelphiaarea Devitt was named for Mr.Dopp, Eight women of the parish

f for more than 50 years. though there is no relationship I Professors ... ........ 21 15 month-old daughter of the Rev. have been designated to act as
I William P. Erwin vicar of the
a Y They were members of the Memorial between the two families. I II hostesses through December
lw Kingfishers ._00. 21 15 church. The child Marcia the morning services.
Ar Baptist Church o i f I
1\\ Louise, was born a few weeks i
Huntingdon Valley, where Mr. Dr. Paul E. Everett, a retired Magnolia ..__._ 20 16 .The list of those named is:
t before Mr. Erwin took his
Goetz sang in the choir and physician of Bradenton, and up ;Mrs. Erwin. Nov. 10: Mrs. C.L.I .

II Mrs. Goetz taught in the Sun- Mrs. Everett, were overnight Untouchables -- 18 18 ,I new charge. I Geiger, Nov. 17; Mrs. C. L.

I day School junior department.Mr. guests of Bishop and Mrs. JohnM. 8-Balls .... ..._ 14 22 In his fall newsletter to par- I Geiger. Jr., Nov. 24; Mrs. Dun-
1\\ Goetz, for many years, wasa Springer last week. Dr. Ev- ishioners, it was announced the lean Groner, Dec. 1: Mrs. Noel

?f, < tool and die maker for the erett is Mrs. Springer's brother. .ji// Drivers ........___ 14 22 Vicar will be in his office Gustafson, Dec. 8; Mrs. Richard -
: Philadelphia Electric Company. Harris, Dec. 15; Mrs. Eu-
I weekly Tuesday through
i have four children, all Champions ......... 14 22 on Hicks, Dec. 22 and Mrs.
They ;
,ia) The Rev and Mrs. Julian i Friday from 9 o'clock in the gene
1 married, and 10 Israel, Dec. 29.
grandchildren. George
Rea of Orlando, were over- The League leading Jokers morning; and on Saturday
One .son is an architect, the night guests of Mr. and Mrs. I dropped four to the Drivers but
other college professor. The Rev. Wayne Bradleyof
Ray L.
Smalley over the week- still maintained a one game I
end of Sunday, October 26. Samson, Alabama will be I
lead over the Professors who
The .Rev. and Mrs. CliffordS. Mr. and Mrs. Rea were Meth- the evangelist for the revival lost three to the Kingfishers, i The First Presbyterian Church

( Photo by Gene Koza Higby returned recently odist missionaries for 43 yearsin services, which will begin Only four games separate the I Magnolia Ave. at Gum
Nov. 10th at the First Assem-
from their summer vacation Mosambique, East Africa.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Rivers announce the engagement first five teams. Bettye Mc- ,
which they spent with mends bly of God Church in Green
rof their daughter, Viva Jean, to Randolph Bernard Brunson, Kinley rolled a 171 high single I Green Cove
in Virginia and North Carolina. The Rev William Cove. The revival will con-
Kinsey will
son of Mr. and :Mrs.: Lionel Bernard Brunson. and with a handicap of 66 pins I
The Higbys are enthusiastic be the preacher at the Penney tinue through November 17, seasonal f
Miss Riverswas from School in totals 237 for a new Morning Worship 11 o'clock
graduated Clay High with services beginning each
about the freedom and flexi- Memorial Church services next John'
the class of 1963, and is attending St. Johns River Junior high for the women. I
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Pas-
bility which travel with a small Sunday 11 o'clock. McGaughey's 218 single and I tr Church School 9:45 o'clock
in Palatka. She selected this "Miss
was as year's house trailer affords. tor James Sowell extends an
:Family FrolicS'lUre !. invitation to the public to attend Doc Turner's 543 triple were I VISITORS WELCOME
For the fourth year they Mr..and Mrs. J. M. Rice, with high for the men. Bart Chris-
Brunson was graduated from Clay :High School in were part of the "summer fam- their friends Mr. and Mrs. these services.
tian's 403 led the women. + I
-the 'class 'of 1860,-and is associated with the Brunson Furni-
ily"'tof the Misses Mitchell anda Satcher, left last Sunday after

iture Company. Harvey; their.roomy cabin on noon for Miami where the Na- "
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The wedding'is'planned for February 1st, at 8:00 o'clock- the side of a mountain "up tional .Audubon Society will t

\, in the Orange Avenue Baptist Church. All friends: rand rrel- Mason's ek," west .Salem,' hold its annual convention for i JANE PARKER

atives of the -couple are invited 'to attend ithe wedding and four days this week. Trips will
Va.After :1
!reception. six weeks Ihere. they be taken into the Evergladesand /ET
moved further.west In Virginia, to other Florida bird sanc- t Fruit Cake
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i iI classmate Mrs..Higby's when t +

I I I the two were at Randoph- Mr. -and Mrs. R. .
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I Macon Woman's College. There new residents of MHC, gavea :_ ii. ::: t
1 i they enjoyed .number of Strips most interesting illustrated I : : T

into the mountains, -:\1ewing lecture en their recent -tour to f 3 LB 2,89 : : t
t The TeadIBy i the fall crisis Ten just coining the:Holy land with a Wheaton
into their .best. College tour. They called their & iii'ii I 5 LB 3,99 t ti
talk''The Cradle of-Our Faith,.

Hdjprttg The Utiiwg" I I Mr. and Mrs. Ward E. .Krone Almost 100 pictures taken Tjy" //t; ""'..- : : : : :+-.".+HJ.+H--H 1 : : : .. I .. : : : : HooHHr'rH'ift -:......
left Penney :3arms last Satur- themselves were shown at the

I day with Mr. and Mrs. 3-; M. Sunday evening hymn sing and '" Your dreams come true with

Rice and Mr.mud Mrs. Safher. program in the lounge at the :. 'Prices In this. ... 41t. PLAID STAMPS
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:Join The "Veterans '8f Foreign "Wars II They met 40 members of the Quadrangle. ";tad !
I Duval are effective" ;jI' .....tAT nANTIC t fACnc: TfAi CON! ANT, K.
County Audubon Socie-
11 i ty at Mayporl and went for a The Intercessory prayer thru Saturday

:fleets 2nd and 4th Thursday Eves. I IORA1'GE cruise on a motor-vessel. They meeting will be held in the

,, went as far as the jetties, then Penney Memorial Church lec- November 9th :
because of the highwind :and ture
I room at 9:30 o'clock to-
.. I { waves, they turned back and morrow.
cruised along the Intracoastal
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Waterway. While cruising, -
The Bird Club will meet in FOREMQST
they saw American egrets,' .
the lounge at the
Florida ducks, hawks, pelicans,
i PHllcoilF Saturday afternoon at 3
and other water birds familiar,

to the entire party. The rare o'clock. Ice Milk j BEEF SQUARE CUT J
I Iy
;F : varieties were hiding: from the
I 1 The combined W o m e n's
cold and wind in the -woods.
t vaLU E Guild meeting and the observe
ance of World Community Day
FREEZERS t ij i iT Miss Sarah "E. Foy bas returned will be held in the Penney s \
to Penney Farms after
j' I Memorial Church at 2:45
I IX visiting a friend in Columbia. o'clock next Wednesday. Miss ;; ::39c .
S. C., and relatives in New 4cb
Beulah Mae Hobbs a newcomer 1 I
f WASHERS i if Bern, N. C. She made shorter to MHC, will speak on "Nation :
visits to relatives and mends A
Building, a Channel to Peace."
in "Salisbury. Winston-Salem, -
The arrangements committee -
DRYERS and:Raleigh. -
I is urgently seeking the follow- ALLGOOD SUGAR CURED :

I ing items for shipment to south SLICED :BREAKFAST
$ STEREO i iE CHURCH NOTICE Asia: sewing bags and supplies, FOREMOST j

1 :layettes, cotton piece goods and

:E 14 cu. ft. Automatic CHRISTIAN SCIENCE boys' T shirts. FRENCH Bacon -

REFRIGERATOR RADIO i E. Houston St. &- -
Ice Cream
1I i 122 U>. Fnuw +
No Dtfrest U +1 N. Magnolia Ave. CLAY THEATRE
TV t
FLORIDAServices Monday thru Friday Two

I + held Sundayat Shorn each evening '

14114)33 t: 11 a. m. 7 9 pjn. i GAL 85c
+ Sat. & Sun. Continuous ,

i Subject: From 2 p.m.
Brunson I

+ Thus & Friday. .
t t November 10thA ,
Nov. 7 and 8
t %Magnolia Avenue Green Cove Springs Fla. cordial invitation is extendedto FRESH DAILY LASOE ASSORTMENT JANE PARKER BAKED GOODSBananas

Phone 284-3883 P. O. Box 98 ::I i iJ attend our services. THE ROBE

..H-_1._ '-'-'-_' :_ 1"_'-'-_' :_. _: -_'-._"-. "'_:-_.y.p.++1 ''-H- 3-M-> | starring: Richard Burton; '

. .. J ./ .. '" "....->".:". '... ..... .. "" >",, \ Jean Simmons York Apples !
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J. ., ., Saturday Nov. 9
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J. "' ,-, ::5j ,,-';< '; 3 LB
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--eoSrs -
1 .? Danny Kaye ANTI-FREEZE GAL CAN $$1,79 TWO

} .J 14-OZ, BOTTLES 33<* .

< It Sunday thru Thursday.

1 i ; -. ... I IJ' Nov.10-14 ANN PAGE IONA
,l.-{. ..,, .10th & IUhf.S. .,:',' IRMA LA DOUCE MAYONNAISE"* : QT. JAR 53 TOMATOES
: 1; _. ".' .' ,: i .'2- NO 303 CANS 27
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i I Shirley MacLaine COUNTRY HILL '

I, ; r tit fl.fi Il ttaFr11fl f{ Erlfi.D'.l1 rlr etv.t.eJt''IJe: i tJJ I'' -18 years Adult of Entertainment ae unless 'mc- _SYRUP .: ; '4LB, JAR 49TCATO/ I ; HUNTS I t JUICE W OZ CAN 10*

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and Mrs. Victor R. Zeig-
ler announce the birth of a son, Complete Eye TestsMrs. Mrs. Zachary Martin, chairman --
Mark Cyrus, at Clay Memorial r of the 4th Annual Orange
Carroll Nix chairmanof Park Lionelleas Fashion Show
Hospital on October 22nd, a s ,
weighing 10 lb. 3% oz. The the Eye Screening programfor has announced that the show Cotney Tire ServiceCor.

maternal grandparents are Mr. the Orange Park Lionellas will be held Wednesday eve-
and Mrs. J. Milton Cyrus, of reports that 18 women spent S', ning, November 20th, at 8 Park & King Jacksonville
Jacksonville, and the paternal F 120 hours screening and test- o'clock at the Lions Club. Do-
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. ing the eyes of 1,785 school nation will be $1.00. Phone: EV 9-3027 or EV 4-6491

W. T. Zeigler of Orange Park. Y children in the Orange Park The show will be presentedby
schools. Jean Jowers Fashions with '

Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson Children whose eyes have not Mrs. Eleanor Center as com- TIRE 1 i

announce the birth of an 8 lb. tested up to par will be re-: mentator.

son, James Clayton, born October checked by the school nurse, Serving on the committee RE-CAPPIXG

23rd, at Fort Bragg, Fay- and the parents will then be are: Mrs. James T. Reid, tick-I RETREADING

ettville, N. C. Mrs. Johnsonis notified.OP a ets; Mrs. John Nelson and Mrs.

the .orn.er Nancy iIexham Carl Joines, table decorations; REPAIRING
of Orange Park. Mrs. Carroll Nix, refreshments;
From the smallest to the LARGEST!
STUDENT COUNCIL Mrs. Glenn Alfred, door prizes;

WANTED TENANT FARMER s REPRESENTED AT SOU. Mrs. Ray Bradley, posters; Mrs. Distributor Miller Tires -Autolito Batteriesand
I Charles Rogers, publicity; and
white tenant wanted ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mrs. Cecil Gregory, make-up.
Glenn W. Ryan Jr.. 4-H'er from Doctor's Inlet, with his I
40-acre farm I
occupy Tickets be inORANGE
Shirline Gay and Mary Scar- may purchasedfrom
Mr. and .L!rs. Perry McKin-
homein Springbank area registered Hereford heifer, Larryette 1st, was named Grand Lionella
borough accompanied by Mrs. i any or at the
ley Webb of Moultrie, Georgia I PARK
iive&tO.-:.k on a very limited Champion Hereford female at last week's District V 4-H Maud Green left Tuesday the Orange Park Pharmacy Lutins
announce engagement of !
with sole duty of tending Livestock and Poultry Show, held in conjunction with the morning for Monroe, La., their daughter Mary Frances;,Store, and Miller's 5 & 10. Pro- Sinclair Station Road Service
basis. Rent, utilities and
a where will attend ceeds from this show will be
Greater Jacksonville Fair. they the of
I Orange Park, Florida to
small salary and completeto Southern Association of Stu- William Edward Dulaney, son I used to further projects by the 195 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264-6431
right tenant. Write and Other Clay County 4-H'ers showing blue ribbon animalswere dent Councils as representatives of Mr. Edward Cleveland Orange Park Lions Club.

give experience ae! and : :Mike! Murrhee, exhibiting: a registered Brahma heifer of the Orange Park High laney and the late Mrs. Du-j
use of property available to
School council.
David Burkhalter, a registered Brangus heifer and Larry student ey of Sharon
number in family to PT.
Lancaster, a registered Hereford cow. Miss Webb attended schoolin
asford Jr., 1241 King St., j
Jacksonville 4. Moultrie, and received herbachelor's "n here The Best Is Better
We Collect
The Clay County 4-11 Livestock judging team comprisedof degree from the'
Mike Murrhee, Larry Lancaster, David Burkhalter and Georgia State College For Electric

MurrheeInsurance Glenn Ryan Jr. took first place honors in the District Live- BE HELD IN O. P. Women and is doing graduate, .OXLY

stock Judging Contest. High scoring individual for the con- The Orange Park Methodist work at Auburn University : x and
Agency Auburn, Alabama. She is em- .. )EST
test was Mike Murrhee followed by Larry Lancaster, second Church Choir will present its -+- ,-, B Telephone
ployed as Librarian at Orange
OAK place; and David Burkhalter, third place. second annual "Night at the Park, Florida Jr.-Sr. High FOR YOUR Bills

Theatre" featuring popular and School. SEEDS
wvrw/ ADEQUATE The Clay County 4-H Poultry Judging team of Rhonda It
light classical music at the Or- Mr. Dulaney attended school, IX
INSUIANCE Lowe Duane Lowe Carol Hutchinson, and Lanny Hutchinson '
ange Park Elementary school in Sharon. He is retired from
took second place honors in the District Poultry Judging
the Army and is currently
this Saturday evening at 8 employed HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGSGet
contest. Lanny Hutchinson took third place in the individual in an Orange Park firm.
See: RICHARD Agent MURRHEE scoring department. o'clock. The choir is under The wedding will be solem- It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE

Phone 473-4786 the direction of Barnes Sale. ,nized on. November 28, 1964 in

the Norman: Park Methodist

I Church in Georgia by the Rev-
erend Olin C. Cooper, uncleof 1922 Highway 17 Phone 264-6831 .. .Orange; Park

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L .:.-__ __ 'ci..:: .; ; t: : <<:Ji The whole atmosphere of Moosehaven is redolent of a line
from the old song, "Got no cares, got no woes." While those
One million members of the Loyal Order of Moose around
who receive social
pensions or security, pay it into the com-
the world know it as "The City of Contentment," a sprawling -
munal till (to make up 40 per cent of the annual expendi-
complex of handsome buildings set In a manicured park tures of $600,000)) residents, do not need money. Clothes,
f of 50 acres fronting on the St. Johns River in Orange Park.
free cokes free milk books
magazines, games and a wide
The Order established this center of freedom from
of and
assortment material physical spiritual needs are to
care, compassion and friendship 41 years ago when the first be had for the asking. Shown above, Stuart Gentler, 73, Y
21 retirees took up residence in the old Hotel Marion and
a resident of the community for three and one half years,
across Highway 17, the former home of the American Missionary feeds a friend. Mr. Gentler, before coming Moosehaven, Mrs. Mary Rhodes Bolton, 83, left Akron with her husband

School for missionaries later the Orange Park city was in a Zion IlL, department store for 28 years. 24 years ago last Saturday night to take up residence at
halL Both buildings have since been razed. The averageage Mooosehaven. Asked if she had felt then any fear at the

of its residents is now 79 years 10 months and 19 days. prospect of entering a new world. Mrs. Bolton says "My: no
Charles II. :McCall the community's 51-year-old superintendent -
: i only a wonderful sense of relief. It was during the depression -
( calls most residents by their first names and is, in turn, and we had lost our home and everything had. My
regarded as something akin to a minor deity by them all. t
i *4i husband was out of work. It was as if we would be able againto
hold up our heads" Mrs. Bolton works three hours a day

s 4 +mrsa' doing sewing and mending for her neighbors and receives in

k'M return, a salary that satisfies her modest needs. She lost

I b her husband this year; and, over the years all five of her

I : sons. She has a grandson who writes her regularly. Every
Ifllj evening she reads her Bible, and when her sewing and mending -

{ are done when her room is picked up and her chores

done, she enjoys a game of gin rummy "if I can find some

boys who want to play." Her 24 years' residence makes her

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: Each of the community's nine, residence halls has its own T
: diningroom and kitchen. Milk comes from Moosehaven's

.. -. own dairy whose cows produce enough milk to go round and

provide milk dispensers in each residence hall. The menuis

bountiful, with the main meal being served at midday.

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The community's oldest resident is James Hartman Lucas /

95 who is known as "a great walker" in the community. 4 R'b I, Ate .I _

He is said to walk "the campus" four times daily. jriident Ai I

for only three years he is a widower who enjoys a bit of TV
In the evenings. For 40 years prior to his retirement he was

employed by the city of Iloopston IlL

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the spotless stainless steel-equipped kitchen of Jubilee

.p Hall one of the nine residence halls, Mr McCall goes over

f.L a.w i next week's menu with Mrs. Norma Schneider, supervisor
and Cook Ruth King Each residence hall has its supervisor,

Mrs. Jessie Williams 87, a native of Chicago and the widowof a combination of housekeeper, mother confessor and woman-

a metal lubricants salesman, is one of the tOO-a image of-all-works; its kitchen its own cook and helper.

patients at the community's health center. She is shown

being checked by Bernice Spnrlock. a registered nurse who

has been with the health center for four years. A staff of

18 nurses and 16 orderlies care for the patients most of ,

L i whom are billeted in two or four-room wards. Dry.c. C.

Collins of Jacksonville, is on 24-hour call at the hospitaland 1F-: ---U

is regularly at the health center two days weekly for

clinic consultation and to make his rounds in the center.

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Finishing his supper is Charles Signer, 79, formerly of Ely ":' ; i "

Minn. His state is one of 38 states and four Canadian prov- Fbti.. ..+a s: a. =x.

inces represented in the community's population. Residentsare -
allowed to come and go in Orange Park as they choose; _
they are taken. if they wish to Jacksonville three times a __
week; and: they are allowed an annual vacation of 30 days .
% 5r Eight private rooms in the health center are reserved for
Mr. Signer visited old friends last summer in Minnesota for
those who are seriously The center has Its own"drag store
two months.. This breach was permitted. Mr. McCall said
which dispenses drags and medicines prescribed by doctors.
Jokingly, because of "very good behavior" Mr. Signer, a #
-ril The equipment is rated as equal to that of any metropolitan
reasonably confirmed bachelor, is ene .f one half the com
hospitaL Ambulatory paUents go to the diningroom for their
munity's population under 80 yean of He worked for
age. meals; others are served in their rooms. For an it is the old
many ;years at a girls private camp in his native' state. HU. "
.. refrain: "Got no cares got no woes.
principal hobby now is "sitting In the. suJ\"ib1tM:., --S -
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from the community. **I cannot ten you the quaint odd reverberates; and I sit and dream and am happy and never

I peace we have here This is glorious budding, blossoming want to go back .North, nor do anything with the toiling, ,
and we hare days when merely to breathe and be is to be snarling world again."
blessed. I love to have a day of mere existence. Life itself (Harriet Beeeher Stowe, writing in 1883 4s IJ

.... .., 'or. r. .... iT .'__ -- is a pleasure when the-sons shines-warm, and the lizards dart', of her life on the St. Johns). ;J

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en e s.:. ;i call GCS 284-3166

a ). Orange Park, Middleburg and Jacksonville

,4 subscribers call 264-6751
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I Scores Posted In Golf TourneyScores Orange Avenue Baptist Church Educational Building Clay County ServicemenNavy I CCPHNAC LOAN

in the first round of Johnson defeated Bert Busbeeby s 1
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the Green Cove Men's Golfing default. I N Lieutenant Paul L. Mrs. C. E. Aldrich. of Green CLOSET

Association tournament, com- Bird son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cove serving with the Fourth
Second Flight: Hank Drane ?
Where is it
pleted October 27, were: I C. Bird of Keystone Heights. is Marine Regiment. First Marine
defeated Hank Kolsom by de- 3IiddIebur Health Center
serving with Patrol Squadron Division is participating in
Championship Flight: Dave fault. Frank Zayatz defeatedH. weekdays bv appointment.
156 at the Naval Air Station at joint training maneuvers titled
Kennett defeated Wayne Geiger Matthews by defautl. Loel Call 282-5380.
Norfolk. The squadron recently I operation "Dull Knife" with
3 and 2. Charlie Schiene defeated Judy defeated Jay Goolsby by WHAT is available?
I celebrated its tenth anniver- Pecific Fleet Forces.
Amphibious -
Andy Pace 4 and 3. default. John R. McGaughey Sick room equipment.
John Bradley defeated E. E. defeated Calvin Wilcox 5 and 4. sary.
Coffin 3 and 1. John Ruder +c xOra. ::----H--H-----r---: : : : : : ."':-:-: : : : :+H---H--H----: : : : ::
Third Flight: Doc Yelton I William S. Hart 21. son of :: =
defeated Dick Gordie 2 and 1. i SATURDAY KITEd i
drew Lee defeated SATURDAY NITE *
a bye. Hayes -
-Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hart of
First Flight: Eugene Kirker Doc Malone. Bill Lemen basic : I
Green Cove is undergoing
defeated George Owens 1 up. defeated Elliott Maguire. John
I training at the Naval Training DANCE
Jim Loner defeated Doc May- ; -
McKinley drew a bye. !
I Center Great Lakes HI. :: %
hugh 1 up (in 19 holes). Bill olE :: J y .+
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Lawrence T. Brown radar- :i: St MUSIC BY "FOUR" ROD IEN i:

ft I : .. __ ___...__ man seaman USN, son of Mr I; -AT- X
and Mrs. L. T. Brown of Key- :
aboard :;: Florence Cove Fish :::
i' I stone Heights serving Camp
the destroyer USS Cowell, operating .
GASOLINE THAT MATCHESPERFORMANCE I .. out of Long Beach .'i: Pizza Pies Our Specialty::::
I OF I y Yom' : California, participated in the
I:i: Come Join the Fun From 8 until ??? :_
PREMIUM GASOLINES recent exercise "Black Bear" in
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I IN 3 OUT OF 5 CARS! The new $15,000 educational building of the Orange Avenue Baptist Church was rising the Eastern Pacific.
I I adjacent to the church this week. It will contain 14 rooms and is expected to be completed *

within the near future according to the Rev. Jim Cullough pastor. I Forrest E. Barber interior
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I '1 communications electrician sec- I I'' Helm

ond class USN son of M;. and / .
Qt Mr. and Mrs.: Odell Golden, \k
Mrs. C. W. Barber of Green
( Green Cove SocialsMiss
of San Diego, their grand-I
Cove, is seeing aboard the Funeral Homer
daughter, Debra Kay Wright _
ocean minesweeper USS Detector -
and Mrs. Golden's parents Mr. 1
Ruth Stone of Belmont Miss Virginia Bruce Davis operating out of Little
and Mrs. Burdick of Tallahaseee
Mass., and Miss Sybil Stone, of and George Edward Platt spent -:I Creek, Va. He was recently CHARLES HELM
have been visiting Mr. and
New Orleans, were guests last the week-end in Cloudland, Ga. commended for his outstanding
Mrs. Hugh Bonds. The Gold-Ii'
week of Mrs. Pansy Quigley. performance of duty. Before r Funeral Director
ens were Green Cove residents'
L I entering the service in April
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Salyards from 1953 until 1961. Mr.,
I Miss Marion R. Page of West !1947, he attended Clay High
have returned home after a Golden who is in the Navy[1 / Phone 284-9696 J
Palm Beach Grand Royal Ma- School.
-.. month's vacation in Pennsyl- expects to retire in three years.:
tron of the Order of Amaranth *
vania and Ohio. As to returning to Green Cove GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA
,t( PLAID l of the State of Florida, was I Marine Corporal David S. Al-
$lAMPS he says "Well see how things I I II16 EAST P. O. BOX 445
the of Mrs. Hilda T. Neth
look at that time. I drich, of Rear Admiral and
while she held her official vis-

itations of the 3 Courts of

"t\\ SINCLAIR Royal Jacksonville.Matron of Mrs.Faith Neth Court.is I

Mrs. Beth Meldrum and her

daughter Bruce Ann have

; Dino GasolineAt moved to Jacksonville.Mrs. .

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Sinclair AVE CARE
grandson Mr. and Mrs. J.

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f J. Q. Tire Service of Eustis has been the
guest this week of Mr. and

Mrs. George Davis.


Mr. and Mrs. George Davis

Manager and their grandchildren, Bruce

and Lynn Platt, spent ten daysat
I Orange Ave. at Center Street Green Cove Springs their summer home in

Phone 849131I Cloudland Ga. .' x } t

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CUlT' IX AXD FOR Cl.AYCOtTT FLORIDA.. Notice is hereby given that COUNCIL
FLORIDA. the undersigned under the
visions of chapter 865.69, Lawsof
37OS ASHCROFT. The election of two (2) Councilmen -
Florida Acts of 1957 will
Deceased office
for on the CouncIl
MID-STATE HOMES IXd. a register with the Clerk of the
XOTICE TO CREDITORS (\1 Penney Farms will be held
corporation. FLORIDA. STATUTESTo Circuit Court in and for Clay Tuesday. December 3rd. 1963. at

WILLIE F. BROOKS.Plaintiff.and All Creditors and Persons County State of Florida upon the Town Hall. Penney Farm
SALLY MAE Hating Claims or Demands receipt of proof of publicationof Florida. Poll will be open from
wife. Against Said Estate: this notice the Fictitiousname .:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Defendants. You and each of here- ofAUTO .
NOTICE OF SUIT you are //Signed/ G. FailingTown Why
I by notified SAFETY SERVICE
I II THE STATE OF FLORIDATO and required to pre- Manager
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS TRADING POST : Willie F. Brooks and sent any claims and demands Signed, Joel B. Brown Pub. Oct. 24. 31. Nov. 7. 1 63.LEGAL .
which jou. or either of you. may Frank F. Brown
Sally Mae Brooks. his
Residence unknown wife have against the estate of Bertha Pub. 10-24. 31. Nov. 7, H, 1963
Asbcroft. deceased. Late of .
MILBERGERREFRIGERATION INLET MARINA CAREY'S TRADING POST You are hereby notified thata said County to the County Judgeof LEGAL NOTICE
suit has been filed against you
Clay County. }Florida at his
in the above entitled cause and NOTICE APPLICATIO.V FOB
office in the house of said
t.hatOU are hereby required to ... TAX DEED
County at Green Cove Springs. THE FOURTH .DICI.\L CIR-
MERCURY & JOHNSONENGINES Three locations file your answer with the Clerkof Florida within six calendar CUlT OF .'LORlnIX _\. IIIV Sec. 194.16. K. S.
: this Court. and to serve a copy months from the time of the TilE CIRCUIT COURT OP NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.
I 15 E. Palmer St., Ph. 284-3280 thereof upon the plaintiff orplaintiff's first publication of this notice. FOR CLAY COUXTY. CHV- that II. H. egand. the holderof

attorney, whose name Two copies of each claim or demand CERY. CASE >O. 3716 the following certificates has
CROSBY BOATS Warehouse & antiques old and address is: filed aid certificates for a tax Do
SERVICE shall be in writing; and A. H. CRUCE and LILLIE L.CRtCE. .
EE-ZY TRAILERS George A. Stelogeannis shall state the place of residenceand husband and wife. dted to be issued thereon. n'l1t!
Gym BldS.. Orange Ave. 830 Lynch Building post office address of the Plaintiffs. certificate numbers and years of

AIR CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE Jacksonville 2, Floridanot claimant and shall be sworn to issuance the description of the
"BIG TOP" tent
-Blanding later than November 18th. FfkL.T property and the names in
by the claimant his agent or J. T. >S and ANNA B.
REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR A. D. 1963. CREXSHA which it was assessed! are as
attorney and accompanied by a W.
Blvd. at Ridgewood If fail folJow-
you : to do so. decreepro :
filing fee of dollar ad such Defendants.
HEATING SERVICE Hwy. 17 Orange Park confesso will be entered claim or demand one not so filed NOTICE OF FORECLOSUREPHOCEEDINGS Certificate No. 2.
Furniture and appliances at against you for the relief demand shall be void. Year of Issuance June 1. IHL
9 S. Palmetto Street Phone CO 4-9835 in the Complaint.The THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Description of Property:
bargain prices 8tfc nature of said suit being Carroll M. Wright : Lots a & 6 Blk. D Kinsley

Home Phone 281-9780 for foreclosure of mortgage en- As executor of the Last Will J. T. FIELDS- Lake Village, sIn Sections
cumbering the following described and Testament of Bertha Residence unknown 20 & II Township 6 -
property situate in Clay Ashcroft. deceased. Range 23 E.
Business Phone 284-9581 B. CRENSHAWResidenct -
County Florida., to-wit: Pub. Oct. 17. 24. 31. Nov. 1, 1963 unknown Name in which assessed: YouRead

HAIRCUTS Commence at the Northeast I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Donald Holmes.All .
corner of Lot 7. in Block 2 that a Complaint to foreclose of said property being In
VACUUM CLEANERSORANGE then run South along the LIG..LOTICE a certain AGREEMENTFOR the County of Clay, State Oil
PAUL'SAll East. line of said Lot .. a DEED: on the following Florida.
We give distance of 380 feet to the described real property locatedin Unless such certificate or certificates
Southeast corner of said lot. shall be redeemed according -
Clay County. Florida to-wit:
PARK "FirstHaircut"Certificates then run West along the CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA.I.V Lot three (3) and four (4) to law the property described -
Legal Beverages South line of said Lot 644 CHAXCERYXO. of Block Fifteen 15) of Idle- in such certificate or
feet to the point of beginning wild Park Subdivision City certHoates! will be sold to the
Vacuum Sweeper Open 8 A. 31. to 1 A. M. ; then run West along 3726 of Green Cove Springs.: Florida highest bidder at the court house
the South boundary of lot 7, JOYCE S. BOWMAN.Plaintiff (sometimes known door on the first Monday in
a distance of 114 feet to a, as Month of fcumber 1341. whichis
Idlewood Park
Service Duval County Line ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 point thence run North and ,-so Clay County Florida Subdivision). the 2nd day of December. !!-$*.
at right angles a distanceof JAMES RALPH BOWMAN. Dated this 2Sth day of October.
been filed against and
4 North of Orange Park 380 feet to the North line Defendant. you 1963.
ALL MAKES Orange Park Barber Shop of lot 7, thence run East. ofour you are required to serve a copy (COURT SEAL)
NOTICE OF SUIT answer or pleading to
I along the North line of Lot George L. Carlisle
Rebuilt Cleaners $10 up Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30: p.m. 7 a distance of 114 feet to the said Complaint upon Plaintiff's Clerk of Circuit Court of
thence Clay County. Florida
a point,
1708 Hiway 17 UPHOLSTERING s&me location for over 15 years the point and place run of beginning to- F\t.* James Ralph Bowman and JAMES T. NORTON. P. Pub. 10-31. 11-7. 14. 21, 1"-61
I S. 52568145IT. I O. BOX 3.!. Green Cove Springs,
PH 2649771Ph. KIXGSLEY & HIWAY 17 ; of all part in Hall's of Section subdivision S. Army Training Center. Florida. and file the original an-

: 37 and 44. Township 7 Southof Infantry Fort Gordon. Georgia swer or pleading in the office of LEGAL \O..ICI-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat the Clerk of the Clicult Court of
Range 27
2649771UPHOLSTERING BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP I East accordingto a suit has been :filed Clay County. Florida on or before -
map or plat recorded -
in Plat Book 3 against: you In the above entitled the 25th day of NovemberA. NOTICE OP MIEItlFF'K St IH
MILK DELIVERY 13 of the Public: Records Page of cause and you are hereby required D. 1963. or a decree pro con NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN;
Complete Auto & Furniture I
CIa County, Florida. to serve upon 'plaintiff's fesso will be entered againstyou. That pursuant to a WRIT Of The
Upholstering WITNESS my hand and the attorney whose: name and address This notice shall be pub- EXECUTION Issued in the
seal of said Court at Green Cove appear hereon your writ- lished once each week for four SMALL CLAIMS COURT CLAY
1400 "'. Idlewild Ave. W. D. MorrisDistributor Springs, Florida this 12th day of ten defenss if any. to the bill of consecutive weeks in the Clay COUNTY.: .FLORIDA on the 27th

Ph. 284-3505 October. A. 0.. 196%. complaint in said suit. copy of County Crescent of Green Cove I day of September A. I).. 1963. In
FREE ESTIMATESALL GEORGE L. CARLISLE. which is dlivered to you here- Springs Florida. the cause wherein GENERAL
Cove Cove Springs Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court wfh. on or before December 2. seal of said Court at Green Cove FINANCE LOAN COMPANY.
WORK GUARANTEED By Vivian H. S.hm A. D. 1963.Herein WITNESS my hand and theseal Plaintiff and JAMES: ..::. JONES
Free Estimates Deputy Clerk fail not or decree pro of said Court at Green Cove and BERTHA MAE JONKK. Defendants -

Alijersey Milk I Pub. Oct. 17. 24. 31. Nov. 7. 1363. confesso will be entered againstyou Springs Florida this 22nd day of being Case No. %&66. in
ORAXGE PARKUPHOLSTERY t1ree Pick-up and DeliveryHandle for the relief prayed in the October A. n. 1963.! the raid Court. I. J. I*. Hall aIC
bill of complaint.THE GEORGE L. CARLISLE Sheriff of Clay County Florida
Any and All of Youi NATURE OF SAID SUIT Clerk of the Circuit Court have levied upon all of the
For LEGAL NOTICERESOLfTIOX BEING FOR DIVORCE. of Clay County. Florida. riplit.; title and Interest of the
Archie PadgettOn Upholstery Needs! (COURT SEAL) By: Estellee Ridley above named Defendants In and Crescent

HAROLD BAXLEY HOME DELIVERY WITNESS my hand and the Deputy Clerk to the following described prop
Kingsley Ave., Just : seal of said Court at Green Cove Pub. 10-24. 31. 11-.. 14, 1963LEGAL . erty. to-wit:
Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs. Springs. Florida., this 30th day of 1 1959 4-door Chevrolet I'e-
East of Hwy. 17 EDWIN BAXLEY ThE BOARD OF COUNTY October A. D. 1963. dan. 6 cylinder blue. II> No.
R59A174985. Title
Ph. No. CALL 264-9949 or 284-3166 COUNTY FLORIDA upon motion GEORGE L. CARLISLE, No. 585612.
COngress 4-9213 Son and Upholsterer 4 yrs. made and Clerk Circuit Court Model No. 1219.
duly seconded and
and on the 2nd day of December.
Orange Park, Fla. E. A. HUMMEL carried adopted the following By: Vivian H. ohm NOTICE U.VDKRFICTITIOUS : A. D.. 1963. at the Western front
a resolution Deputy Clerk XAME LAW
Upholsterer 6 yrs. LEGAL NOTICE WHEREAS a resolution was Richard C. Gordie. Notice is Hereby Given that door house.of In the the Clay City County of Green Court-Cove
made by this Board at its Tegu- Attorney for Plaintiff the undersigned desiring to en
Springs. Clay County. Florida
ular meeting on the 14th day of Address: Bank Building. gages in business under the fictitious between the '
t legal hours of sale,
ELECTRICALAtlas NOTICE OF IXTEX'TIftX TO October 1963. to conduct a public Green Cove Springs, Florida name of to-wit: 11OO o'clock In the fore-
SIGN PAINTING REGISTER KICTIITOCS; NAME. hearing to determine whether Pub. 10-31. 11-7. 14, 21, 1963 ORANGE PARK BOTTLED GAS noon and 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon ?
Notice is hereby given that/ or not a certain road or the City of Orange Park In the I will offer the said
the undersigned under thepro- streets in Clay County. Florida State of Florida, intends to regIster property for sale at public outcry -
Electrical & Mechanical visions of chapter 865.09. Lawsof should be closed, abandoned and LEGAL OTICK the said name with the and will sell' the ame to the .
QUALITY Florida Acts of 1957 will reg- vacated andWHEREAS Clerk of- the Circuit Court of highest, and best bidder or bidden -
CompanyWe lister with the Clerk of the Circuit a notice of said Clay County. Florida. for CASH. the proceeds to
Court in and for Clay hearing was published in the NOTICE 0 F ADOPTION 0 F /SignedSidney F. Burris be applied as far as be to
SIGN PAINTIINGLEE County. State of Florida. upon Clay County Orescent advising RESOLUTION AHA.MJOM.-SCJ: Pub. 10-24. 31, 11-7. 14. 1963 I the payment of coats may and the
do all types of electrical receipt of proof of publicationof the public that -eald hearing A CERTAIN. COU.NT1 ROAD satisfaction of the above de-

this notice. the Fictitious would be held on.theI4th' day I> CLAY. COUNTY, FLORIDA sribed. .execution _
wiring. WARNER name ofOWL of November IMS; and said Hearing NOTICE .h r by -given- that LEGAL NOTICE 1 J. P. HALL

FISH CAMP having been concluded. and pursuant_ to, Section 336.09 and Sheriff of Clay County. Fla.
RAY SHIPP 305 Glendening Road SignedElton F. OwensRt. no. person 'having appeared to ;336.10 of the Florida Statutes: IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF I I Pub. 11-7. 14. 21 & 28. 1963
1. Box A-929 Object thereto. this Board finds Annotated, the: Board of County '
Ownerand3Iana 1;. Orange Park. Fla. Orange Park. Fla. that closing: the streets or roads Commissioners! of Clay County. CL.COl T", FLORIDA
.'- -.r 32d7 s*- -_, described hereinafer will not-materially Kloridahas"adopted a resolution LEGAL NOTICE
Phone 264-6316
Phone 284-9228 Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963I' interfere with the ctI n- abandoning and disclaiming: a 3714
ty road systm of Clay County. certain county road In Clay Dora Edwinelte Kichardson. I
Florida. and that such action County. Florida. described as Plaintiffvs. IV TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF"
will not deprive any person of ingress follows: CLAY COUNTY FLORID
or egress: to Jiis premises Begin on West Side of State Harold Kenneth Richardson Sr. IX CIIANCKJtV!
and that the best interests of Road S-21J (formerly Bella- DefendantNOTICE XO. 37ZHRENILDO '
Clay County would be served by my Road) and the South line : OF SUIT R McDUFFIE.
I L"k\ts S111 11 [!) .f\1ID"IS] closing of said roads and/or of NWI4 Section 8, Township THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Plaintiff

I' II IIFOR streets. Now Therefore. 9 South. Range 23 East from Harold: Kenneth vs
BE IT RESOLVED that the this point run West approximately Richardson.! Sr. ROSE ELLA: McDUFFIE.
following streets and/or roads 3/4 mile; thence run Richardson: Nursing Home Defendant
to-wit: North H mile to South line ;Main Street :NOTICE OK SLIT Sparky says:
I. A strip of land 36 feet wide of SE% of Section 6. Town- West Boxtord. MassachusettsYOU THE STATE OF 'LOJUDA-"O:
situated in Government ship 9, South. Range 23 East; ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED nOSE ELLA McDUFFIE
9. Section 28, and Government thence run West 1/8 mile; that a suit has been filed RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
Lot 2. Section 33. all thence run North % mile to against you in the above entitled YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

SALE 2 bedroom, 6- FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom 1 WANTED Citizens interested In Township 5 S ou t h a graded road and Sou-th. line cause and you are hereby required a suit has been filed againstyou
Range 26 East. Clay County. of NWH of Section 6, Township to serve upon plaintiff'sattorney In the above entitled cause
room house with new Fla.room house newly painted Inside and personally or financially. Florida. 9 South. Range 23 East; dress whose name and ad- and you are hereby required to ail

& garage. Asbestos siding. out. reasonable large yard appliances -, In building a 2-party system of AND That portion of land. which lying 6. 7. and Wholly 8 Township within Sections South. ten defenses appear hereon.if any. to your the writ-bill serve whose upon name and plaintiffs address attorney appear .

Priced for quick sale, owner turnished. Call Penney government In Clay County was, formerly the Doctor's Range 23 East. of of complaint which Is in e said suit copy toereon. your written defenses If
Inlet Middleburgr road Any person having any Inter- f e'Not"oemt: any. to the bill of complaint In
being transferred. TeL Hog- Farms, 529-8211. 20tfe under the banner of Barry north of State Road No. est therein is hereby notified of herewith, on or said suit copy of which Is delivered -
10-3-tfc 220 as now located where the action of said Board. 25th. A. D. 1963. to
gatt GCS 284-3849. Goldwater. Needed workers you herewith on or
: Herein fail
the same passes through Dated this 4th day of November or pro before December L. A. D. 1963.
and money. Contact Harold formerly owned by George : 1963. confesso will be entered againstyou Herein fail not or decree pro
Houston. and/or some of his. BOARD OF COUNTY COM I' for the relief prayed in the confesso will be entered againstyou
FOR RENT 2 bedroom
G. Hill by mail at Doctors Inlet heirs. and being in Section MISSIONERS CLAY COUN- bill of complaint. for the relief prayed in the
FOR SALE Refrigerator as1s$10.00. 34. Township 4 THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT Ierfrr
house near high school; bath; ; by phone at' Middleburg South TY. FLORIDA. BEING FOR DIVORCE. bill of complaint.THE .
Range 25 East In Clay
Call 2813519.
large yard unfurn. $40 a County Florida WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court
Green Cove
11-7-c be. and the same is hereby -vacated at
Clerk Circuit Court WITNESS my hand and the
month. Tel. GCS 284-3849.
Florida., this 18th
abandoned discontinuedand day of
Pub. 11-7. 1963LEGAL seal of said Court at Green Cov.-
103tfc closed. and all rights of the October. A. D. 1963. Springs Florida thin 4th day of Get everyone out
public and County in and to- the- GEORGE L. CARLISLE November A. D 1963.

FOR SALE: 14 cub. ft., uprightdeep disclaimed.BE lands are .hereby renounced and NOTICE By Clerk Vivian Circuit H. Sohm.Court GEORGE Clerk L.Circuit CARLISLE.Court at the first sign of

freeze Frigidaire. like new, IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat NOTICE OF* CLOSING OF Deputy ClerkT. By: Vivian H. Sohm Smoke
FOR RE.5 room house 2 and all right of said J. Jennings Jr. & or Fire !
-any Clerk
J. T. Norton
and Duo-Therm Space heater blocks from river on Hibernia County and the public in and to WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: James T. Norton
for Plaintiff
with 55-gal drum and stand, Cove month. do house-to-house canvass any rand or interest (therein You will please take notice that Address: P. O. Box 372, Attorney for Plaintiff r
Springs. $52.00 devise
acquired by purchase gift the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Address P. O. Box 372 I Ca'1gie1nzxsbstzt! I
Green Cove Florida
two hours day. WriteP. Springs
one or a
dedication or prescription.) Green Cove Spring. Florida
both reasonable. Phone OP
route 2 miles north of Green OF CLAY COUNTY Pub. 10-24. 31. 11-3. 10, 1963
O. Box 578-M, Green Cove. or appearing upon any map or FLORIDA. upon petitionof Pub. 11-7. 14, 21. 28. 1963 I
g 264-9551. 11-7 c Phone 284-3289 after 4:00 p.m. plat recorded in the public rec- a qualified land owner will LEGAL OTICEADVERTI8EIE
10-17 c ords of Clay County. Florida are
at 9:00 o'clock A. M. on the 9th
1024tfcOIL hereby renounced and disclaimedas day of
December 1963 at the
tothe above described streets County Courthouse In Green T FOR BIDS 4'I

FOR SALE Beef by the halfor and/or roads REGULAR or property.SESSIONat Cove Springs. Cay County. NOTICE Is hereby given that ODDLY ENOUGH
DONE IN Florida consider: and determine I sealed bids will be received by
whole and pork or will HEATERS 3 Rm. $25; Green Cove Springs. Florida whether or not the county will the Board of County Commissioners. -
MERRY CHRISTMASIS this November 4th. A. I). 1963. -Fact from conspion'7
vacate. abandon. discontinue and ClayCounty. Green Cove
butcher chill and cut yours. 5 Rm. $30; 55 GaL Drum $3; THE BOARD OFCOUNTYCOMMISSIONERS OF CLAy, close the following streets, and Springs. Florida at the Clay -

Also smoked sausage. Leroy 30 Gal Gas Hot Water $20; COUNTY. FLORIDA renounce and disclaim all rightsof County Court House. Green Cove AI...,
assured with the fine
Clay County and the publicin Springs Florida up until 2:00P.
Wilson 284-4557. 11-7 c Apt. Gas Cookstove $15; Elec. commissions By: GEORGE L. CARLISLE and to any land, or Interests M. on the 19th November 1963 -:
you'll earn Clerk therein. said: streets being more for the construction of the following -
Refrig. $20; Kitchen Sink & during the Christmas PuV 11-T. 1963TRACTOR particularly described as follows: :

Fittings $10; Large Couch-Bed Those two streets In A. S. Health Center for Clay County.
FOR SALE Blue Chip tow season. Call Mrs. Burns Mann's Subdivision accord- Green Cove Springs. Florida. "S
$10; Metal Shower Stall & Fittings Ing to plat thereof recordedin At the above time the bids r
pilot car tow-bar; half priceat 11-7-c WORK-l\towinc. Plat Book 2 page 4 of the will be opened and read aloud :
$10; Kitchen Table 3 discing. Quality public records of Clay County. Any bids received after the spec-

$25. Phone GCS 284-3873. Chairs $10. 11-7 c trading, and. Florida, -bounded b y ified time and date will not be ,

11-7 p work. Contract or hourly. Block One (I) and Two (2) considered.One !!
of said subdivision by copy of the plans and :

Phone G. W. ""BUT Smith, (3) thereof. each of aid specifications may be obtainedat
WANTED-Part time position streets being designated on the Office of the Architect .
284-3419, daytime or 2S4-3249, said plat of record as "Pub- W. R. Gomon & Associates P. O. / -- t -
FOR SALE 2 Bedroom mobile by experienced secretary to lic Road" and each being 60 Box 1671. Building No. 1 Municipal I 5 I

after $ 9-19,28, 10-3, It-e feet wide and approximately Airport Daytona Beach ,
home. 1956 Champion 45 x 8. supplement social security. 25* feet long. I Florida for deposit of I4S.M (re- ,- ;:-'--* '

Formerly head stenographic PersoM Interested! may appearat fundable General Contractorsonly -
Call Green Cove 284-3369.
the time and place above may obtain plan and specifications : & -:
10-31 p department fer large corpora EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER specified and be lieard. on deposit basis. Said I
I Dated: November 5. 1963 deposit will be refunded if plans -
tion. Call 284-3768. desires Job. widow, call THE BOARD OF COUNTY are returned to the .

10-24. 31. 11-3 p i 284-9783. 10-17 x COJtMISSIONBRS. FLORIDABy OF CLAYCOUNTY. rood within condition.!' days after ArChlt8Ct.1 'The tradition of Memorial Day started during tfw On! War in the

: GEORGE I* CARLISLE be refunded unless a Sovth, where if was th. custom to scatter flowers on tic graves of
Clerk bid Is received or
Intention "not to bid" is received Confederate soldiers kitted in bottie...
'-C-I I I 1 ''I11"I"I"1"1: 1 : I'11": i'I I 1 11 t t >iiiiltiiHn"H"8"'l"8"C"t"I1 I |I I 1 1 j-j I j lIt 1 1 1 1 I 1 I tIt i t ''M't''i"1'I 1"i"1'-fr-i"*'1 1 Pub 11-7. 1963UCGAL before the bid date. Additionalsets

VIIINrIING I NOTICE required by General Contractors t
Historians nobte
'e to
must be purchased for are
II AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I $10.00 per set. not refundable. C'I I verify the popular belief

ix THE COUNTY JUDGE Subcontractors supplier and w that Betsy loss sewed thee

:-illlllfl4l-l.j.J..}..}. 1 1 t I I If II 1 I.. I 1 II fcAAAA< ..1-I-it ill-I.. 1...AJ i.8.M'S-4-+'1"I''++++1 IIII COURT IX AND FOR CLAY vendors must obtain plans and __ r- America the
- - - - - - - - - - - - - COI. TT. FLORIDA.. specification required on purchase first flog at

FOR THE BEST In all-round IX PR/OBATE. basis. Deposit or checks apr.; personal rtqwest of GeorgeWashington.
should be made
good printing try the CRES- FURNITURE DRWJGISTS; I OFFICE EQUIPMENT CASE XO. $MIN Architect. payable to the t t ;; 'According to

CENT PRESS ESC., The price RE: ESTATE OF Each bid shall be accompaniedby Compton's Pfctwred Encyclopedia
AIR BASE FURNITURE CO. FLORENCE S. HIPPLE, a. cashier's check or bid bondIn -
is right. EASTERLJNG PHARMACY AMERICAN deceased. the amount of $% of the bid ,, __ the story of tfteireeting
Fine FurnitureCarpeting payable to the Owner, as evidence ; I .. WOIIoId'by Betsy's
Appliances OFFICE SUPPLY CO. hereby given that I of good faith and guaranteeing \
Reliable Prescription: Service hare I'ea my final returns as that the successful If grasdsoskslVO,3.4y.arsU

FOR SALE: Two narrow rim Complete Home Furnishing Administrator cum te tamento will execute and furnish bidder'' OTMT hoc oecif)...
&B33 RrMvelt Bird Lloyd .E. Jones Jr., Owner annexe of the Estate of FlorenceS. Own- a bond issued by a
26" bicycle tires and tubes. Excellent Complete Cosmetic Dept. Hippie deceased; that I have Company licensed to do l'hueal ,
Jacksonville EV 7-4619 filed my petition for distribution In Florida for 100% of contract
condition. Phone 2S4- Cameras F&nsPharmaceutical Specialists in and fqr final discharge and that price within 10 days after
3166. TRAILERS on December 3. 1963. I will apply being awarded the contract
Office Supplies and to the Honorable Thomas J. No bidder may withdraw his

Needs Rivers. County Judge of Clay bid for a period of thirty (10)
Pacemakers and Homette Office Equipment County. Florida for approval of days after the bid date. -

said final returns and for an The Owner reserves the right The first notional flog of the U.S.. wo t

FOR SALE Cash register Norris for Travel Sundries Complete Line of Greeting order of distribution. and for to reject any and all bid and flown July 4, 1776. Known as Grand 1 '
final discharge as Administrator to waive informalities.
Used Trailers-Bank Financing any
$50.00; cabinette will fit cum testamento annexo of the BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS. Union it Korporated fee British Union J,, .
6017 Roosevelt Blvd.BUTrS 2032 Blandlnr Bird. Cards Estate of Florence S. Hippie, de- '
5x8 trailer bed $35.00. CaD i Jock on a field of 13 red and white i 5

284-9268. 10-24 p MOBILE HOMES. Inc. Jacksonville FV 8-0734 2655-57 Park st.. Jacksonville ceased.FRED R. 6ACHER. I I Clay Green County.Cove Springs Fla. shipes.ww ... 3 ,' 1 'K
FV 8-8578 AdministratorPub. Luther Wilson. Chairman
10-31. 117. 14. 21. 1961 Pub 10-24. 21. 11-7. 1961

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>EIGHT (May[{ ffiounty! ffircsccttt t

I Callahan Edges By KeystoneBy Asbe Bush Announce Plans COUNTY JAX SHOW WOMEN WINNERSIN Green Cove Holloiveen Celebration

By Harold Snellen Four Clay County women r
took prizes this week in the
injuries to the Key- With four minutes left in the
fashion show held annually
stone Height's backfield and a game. Callahan became deter-
during the Greater JacksonvilleFair.
a Callahan team fired up for mined not to lose their home- f*
The clothing must be
homecoming were major factors coming. After a long drive : made by each entrant in orderto f. r
in a 24-12 Callahan vic Jerry Denslow went over on a Ir eligible.
tory. 2 yard dive. Soon after Cook a
Mrs. Glenn Ryan of Doctors
connected with Braddock for a 3
member of the Doctors
The first quarter opened up 25 yard touchdown play. Time Inlet a
and stayed a defensive game. ran out with the score 24-12 e beV Inlet Home DemonstrationClub r
'A Ia first in the
took place
I k
Neither team gained great Callahan. f
yardage. Keystone's defensive Adult Streetwear category witha
line was flawless for the best Keystone stands 4-3 for the blue tailored suit. :Mrs.. Ryan,
part of the game. season and faces the hard hit- a graduate of Orange Park
Callahan opened up the sec- ting Baldwin Indians at home High, was awarded first prizein
next Friday. Senior Fullback the "After 5" category for The chilly weather last Saturday did not hamper the costumed paraders pictured abovein
ond quarter with a 25-yard I
from Mike Cook to I John Allen should be in action her blue full length formal the line of march at the Green Cove Springs Annual Halloween Carnival, which is spon-
pass Dop for this game he received internal gown. sored by the Green Cove P-T. A.'s. The prize for the most original costume went to Dana
Braddock which set up a tw( -
yard touchdown plunge by injuries in the D & B Mrs. Hal Adams of Middle- Ralph Knight. Karen Kenney was awarded the prize for the best costume. The best float
George Milligan. game. burg a member of the Middle- in the parade was Airs. McGaughey's first grade class. The judges were Dick Besseler. Lowell
Judy and Randy Branson. Air. the at
burg Home Demonstration Eugene Kirker chairman approximates receipts
Soon after Cook lost his run- 110000.
Club won third place with a
ning ability, and went over blue and white "After 5" dress.
from the nine. The point after Bownie TroopTo She also took third place with I
touchdown failed. The score dresses made for her daughter
stood 12-0, and Keystone OrganizeThere Abigail and Bonnie. The aqua-
seemed to be doomed to a demoralizing -
Priricess dresses
2 were
defeat. will be an organiza- ; eled by the Adams girls and Shop

Shortly before the half tional mee'Jtog for a Brownie Susan Weigel of Middleburg. EarlyUse

Quarterback Jimmy McMurtry troop at the First Methodist Jacque Walton, a member of t
suffering from ankle injuries Church in Green Cove on the Senior 4-H Club at Orange ; 1
intercepted a Cook pass and Tuesday November 12th at 3 Park High was awarded third 'r
o'clock Mr. and Airs. Albert L. Bush Jr. of Orangedale are an- place in the 4-H Streetwear ,
dashed 70 yards for a touch-
down. Mrs. Bill Geiger, assisted by nouncing the approaching marriage of her daughter Shirley/ category fo rher gold suede I Our Xmas Lay away
Mrs. Frank Rowlls and Mrs. Cecile Ashe to Slater P. Robertson Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. cloth skirt and jacket. Nancy Plan I
The second half opened up Milford Cartwright will serveas Slater P. Robertson.The Novak, Carol Ann Spearmanand
as the first had defense dominated leaders. wedding has been set for two-thirty o'clock in the Patricia Wells of the :
with nine minutes left afternoon of November 23rd, in GAMES t ti
Any girl seven years old is Saturday. the Ward's Creek Green Cove Modern Miss 4-H I't
in the fourth quarter second- eligible to join. Training in Community Church in Orangedale. All friends and relativesare Club, were also entered in the :
string quarterback Cliff Chap- invited attend.
man went in for Keystone and the Brownie program will be dress revue. :i RISK LIFE BINGO
helpful when a girl is old Miss Ashe who attended Ketterlinus High School is a
showed that he had what it
enough to become a Girl Scout. 1958 graduate of Coral Gables High School Coral Gables. II
takes. After a long gain Mr. Robertson graduated from Clay High School, Green DOES DANCE I DRAGULATRIPOLEY SORRY ROCKO t ti
around right end, and a 10 Uniforms are needed for this
Cove Springs, and attended the University of Alabama. Be- .
yard pass completion, both by troop. Anyone who has a The BPO Does will sponsor a
fore entering the Air Force Airman Robertson was connected COOTIE
Chapman paydirt was hit on a Brownie Uniform to donate or Harvest Moon Dance at Elk's .i PARCHESI! I
with the Sherifrs department of Clay County. He has just
15 yard sweep also by Chap- sell is asked to contact Mrs. Lodge Saturday from 9 until :
returned from an overseas tour of duty at Goose Bay Labrador CAREERS
Bill Geiger 284-4252 from 1 o'clock. All members andi
man. The score stood 12-12 or
where his name was placed/ on the Honor Roll in the .I STRATEGO CAMOUFLAGE t
the winning point after touch- Orange Park, or Middleburg their guests are invited. Music
Hall of Fame. He is currently serving with the U. S. Air MONLIPOLY
down failed. call the Crescent. 264-6751. by Angelina's band.
Force at Eglin wield Ft. Walton Beach. t I II





,.. .it The kind of handling ease ..... :.I KEN CASE BARBIE CASE MIDGE CASE

'. t' you'd expect In a smaller car. :
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The kind of comfort you'd

expect In a large Interior. 'I i 98c $5,00 : 98c $5,00
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Come on down and sit In it. 7 ,

t?. II I II I I Christmas SpecialsSPRING i



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: $H.95 VALUE $15.95 VALUE
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I :!: $9,99TURBOJET $9,99BARBIE :.

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/ With Motor 10-Piece Vanity Set

t: $9.95 VALUE $1.98 VALUE +

/ f $5,99 99c $ \

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i $3,99 $5$3,99e
Only a car that looks as good as this could

come between Chevrolet and Chevy EL BAZOOKA & TANK SET$4.9ZVALUE -
Come on down and stare at It.

New CheteUe Malibu Sport CoupeNowChevy i $2.99 $1.98 VALUE

spirit in a new kind of car I MICKEY :MOUSE$ 99 JIf.STER SET. MUSICAL BABY DOLL

i $5.98 VALUE

We built this one to do a lot more'than just stand around looking! beauway it muffles noise and cushions you from bumps. '," I 21" FOX BASKETBit3,99 9

tiful. Held its weight down in the 3,000-pound range. Then built four : And the fine hand of Body by Fisher craftsmen. shows up beneath OR)POOULEI i & GOAL SET

lusty engines for it-two sixes and two VS's-with output all the way this one's suave good looks, too.Just listen to the solid think: of a door f '

up to 220 horses! closing or look at. the smooth metalwork. You'll see what we mean. $4.98 VALUE $3.95 VALUE

And if that combination of modest weight and potent power makes Sound good so far? There's more. Like the fact that Chevelle comes f f t. $2.99' $2,96

you think this is one frisky car, you've got the right idea. in three series with eleven models-convertibles, sport coupes, sedans, +

You've also got a car with lots of room. for legs, hips, shoulders, wagons,even Super Sport models with front-bucket seats.Like the fact

hats and luggage. Yet its 115-inch wheelbase keeps it that (and see if this isn't one of the nicest surprises of r I Ii
highly maneuverable in traffic and very easy to park. aU) the new Chevelle comes at an easy-to-take price! I Mayhugh Drug

With its Full Coil suspension and snug insulation, it's CHEVROLET Like to hear morel The listening's wonderful your

got a ride that reminds :you of the Jet-smooth kind the Chevrolet dealer's-and so's the driving.

: Oftivmal,tztn eett i- Mayhugh Annex

about SMILE-MILE' Ride and the Chevrolet Book at Chevrolet dealer's
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