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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 28, 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 )
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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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I\ ,. Disbelief ,, Dismay- Shame ; The County Reacts



f As the dark veil of tragedy fell across America last Fri- most terrible thing that could hare happened at this critical between Tampa and Jacksoville came into the compartment

day afternoon, the people of Clay County reacted, as Americans time." and told the passanegrs."It .

1\\ ,. everywhere did, with disbelief, dismay and shame.It Noting that many of the Kennedy policies have not been is a terrible tragedy for the country," Mr. Odum said.

Ii sa e was, in the beginning, a balmy day during which universally popular in the County, the Sheriff said whetherone "I believe the new President will try to carry out the commit-

IiII II glimpses of the sun were infrequent. In Orange Park, agreed with the late President or not, the assassin's ments and plans of his predecessor. And I don't see any

III I Herbert Morris, the hard-working town clerk, was pushinga bullet will create an ugly picthre of the United States drastic change in the direction or pace of the national ad-

',/ small army of workers toward completion of the landscaping throughout the world. ministration as a result of Mr. Kennedy's death."

.t at the Civic Center which is to be dedicated next week. At Memorial Home Community, the Rev. Basil Truscottwas Clifford Geiger, who was watching television when

In Green Cove, Sheriff John Hall was in his office in the resting after lunch when Herbert Myers called to tell the first announcement was made, said he had been dumb-

I County Court House; Clifford Geiger was resting at home, him the President had been shot. He immediately turned on founded. He said he regarded the new President as "a capableand

I'I'I, watching television. Somewhere between Tampa and Jack- his television set and stayed with it until late Friday night. shrewd politician who has not been very much in the

.r.+J rte o fw( +; 3x ft s sonville Walter Odum was on a plane returning to his home. Mr. Truscott's feeling of shock and dismay was height- picture since the last Presidential election."
y The first word of the shooting spread like a grass fire ened by the realization that such a thing could happen in
Air. Geiger said the entire nation must, in the months
in a tempest. the United States today.
"< ahead, stand behind Mr. Johnson.In .
r.:: Jesse P. Tynes, the County supervisor of schools, said "Whether yon liked him or not," Mr. Truscott said, "we
later he was in his office when he was told of the shooting."It all have to admit that President Kennedy was a dedicatedman the Green Cove Post Office, Al Suttle said the announcement -
had left the entire Post Office staff "speechless."
was impossible to comprehend," he said. "Apart from ; and he was afraid of no one."

i the tragedy and the national shame that such a thing could Seeing the tragedy as a great blow to the Democratic "The people who came in during the afternoon were

I happen in the United States today, I think the important party, the Australian born retired Methodist minister said he very solemn," he said. "Even after the official announcement,

t thing is that each of us in these next 13 or 14 months ahead felt it was also a heavy blow to the reactionary movement in it was hard to believe."

I II z'r. swing behind the new President." the United States. Mertie LeClaire chief of the County Public Health Nurs-
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I I Mr. Tynes said he felt that unless President Johnsonin "Barry Goldwater's political future is considerably ing Service, who had been discussing the new County Health

I r the brief time he has before the next elections alienatesthe clear today than it was a week ago," he said. Center with a representative of The Crescent at the time
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support which he will get he will be the Democratic President Kennedy was a sure bet for reelection had of the original announcement, heard the news seconds later.

party's nominee next summer. he lived, he said. However, the present situation will almost Mrs. LeClaire said the most shattering experience of the

4 r The transition, he believes, will not be marked by any certainly enhance the chances of a liberal Republican. afternoon came when, immediately following the official an-

; major change of policy. Walter Odum, president and chairman of the Bank of nouncement of the President's death, the radio played a recording -
3ww Sheriff John Hall, who was told of the shooting by his Orange Park, did not hear of the tragedy until late in the of The Star Spangled Banner.

wife who telephoned him, characterized the act as "the afternoon when a stewardess aboard a commercial airliner

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+ Polio Vaccination-Round 1 New County He,;alth Center

One Third Of Felony .

Approximately 17,000 of the County's 20,000 persons .
1000 times more than the number who voted in the recent
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elections were vaccinated with Sabin oral polio vaccine

1 at 10 stations set up throughout the County last Sunday.

-I The program will be repeated at five stations from noon Cases Need Defense
until 5 o'clock on Sunday for the benefit of those who did

_y1 : not avail themselves of the opportunity Sunday. The z
i : stations to be set up this Sunday are ((1) Clay High School

for all persons in the Green CovePenneFarms area; ((2)) -" ,... ;:: '. -. JrlJt's ; -'" Approximately one third of the serious felony cases that
i the Orange Park Elementary School for persons In Orange annually appear before the Circuit Court in Clay County Involve

Park; ((3)) the William E. Cherry School for those in the insolvent or indigent persons T. Edward Austin, Jr.. the

: Headowbrook-Bellalr areas; ((4)) the Middleburg Elementary Count's Public Dfender said last week on his first official visit
School for Middleburg. Doctors Inlet and Clay Hill; and ((5) : to Green Cove.Accordlngto.

the Keystone School for all those In the southernjend O{ the., {;. : ; : George'I,.'OariislerClerkTjf-the Circuit Court
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4: i County.: Shown abo.are' some of the hundreds who; """ t : ., the average number of felony cases which annually go before

\\ streamed In an orderly way all afternoon through Clay High. ; f i *M eJ S the Circuit Court.Is approximately 20-30. Thus approximately
Dr. John M. Malone, cl chairman of the County's Operation + 10 cases would require the services of Mr. Austin or membersof
Construction of the $100'<000 .
new County Health Center
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his staff.
i Victory' Over Polio committee, said ,esterdalie wished to .' ;.-' : '
is scheduled to begin in the near f ntnre on propertcUrectl7 :. .. ,
express his and his committee's warm and sincere thanks to Mr. Austin, a 8ft.inch, 220-pound graduate of Duke
north,of and adjacent to the Coun ty Court House Annex. !
the approximately persons who assisted in the crash ? t, University and the law school of the University of Florida, was

E program which was moved ahead of schedule by something The new building will provide more than twice the floor .-'. Fa. named by Governor Bryant on July 1 to be Public Defender for
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like two months in view of the epidemic of Type 1 polio now space presently available to the Co inty Public Health staff. It tic Clya. Duval and Nassau counties.. Of the three counties, only-
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prevalent in Duval County.Dr. will contain private offices for Dr. /%. Y. Covington, the Coun- aP iC Z Clay has not yet appropriated funds toward maintenance.

Malone urged all those who did not take the vaccine ty's Health Officer for the past 1 17 years; Mrs. Mettle Le- 1f! ': ; of the office.
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r last week to get to the vaccine stations this Sunday. The Claire, chief of the County public health nursing staff; and Ie: In creating the Public Defender's office for the fourth

WA Sabin vaccine protects the public against polio carriers. It for the staff of nurses. Additional ly' there will be an assem- judicial circuit the Legislature enacted a Bill providing that

t would have no effect on those already infected with the virus. bly and demonstration room whit]h win seat more than 40 & ... .. ..F -_ this circuit would have a Public Defender, who would be-
persons, three examining rooms, X-ray and laboratory facil- 't ", :>", <.;.< *.:.';7 ..I assisted by six assistant, Public Defenders and also requiredthe

ities, records rooms and a handsom le reception room. : ,; ,; :?.,: ii-' counties to provide the necessary facilities for this office.

i The County Health Departmcin ent! has occupied quartersee Since July 1, 1963, the Public Defender's office for day. Nassau -

f .1 the Court House Annex for thn. years. Prior to that it "- .., .;. -; and Duval Counties has handled approximately 500 cases

was located in offices above the lank of Green Cove. ._ .. ___ _n_ _;i:': ;, I This office is required to investigate its own cases and prepare

*. T. EDWARD: AUSTIN, JR. these csaes for trial for any defendant charged with a crime-
f re.z and who the court finds to be insolvent. Provision Is made
wherbey liens are filed against insolvent defendants in the

Kleckik To LeaveIn county of the defendat's residence. The court establishes the
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reasonable value of services rendered by the Public Defender's

Dedication Scheduled For Sunday JanuaryThe office to each defendant and a lien is then filed In the Circuit
Court of the appropriate county. In the event the defendantthen

resignation of Haymod2j. conns into any money or property, !it is the duty of the
Public Defender to attempt to recover the sum awarded from he
Kledzik as administrator of
It ,' t yib .+ -. #' Clay Memorial Hostptal has'been defendant on behalf of the state. It Is estimated that the total
a z i fees awarded to-date the various
by courts total In excess o{
accepted.. George: F.Davis
120.000.00.The .
the new chairman *f the Has

!ii Th---- pital Authority, said this -week. Office of Public Defender Is elective and the assistants
: :Mr. THprtzifc sad Ids wife will and investigators on the Pubic Defender's staff are appointed

Shown above are some of the hundreds of persons who -move to California January.A by the Public Defender. The Public Defender himself and one

received the vaccine at Clay High School It was estimated meeting of the Authority assistant Public Defender presently serving out of Nassau

this week that approximately $3.000 had been received in the :is scheduled Ser Tuesday to County represent Insolvent defendants In Clay and Nassau

form of contributions to defray the costs of the vaccine which, pick a SUCC'SSOrfrmn :among Counties In -view of the fact that the other assistants are paid.

; itself cost 6.5 cents a dose plus other costs including sugar :: three applicants, Mr. Davis entirely by Duval County. The investigators service all three

( I paper towels, eta If additional funds are needed to pay the ,I aid. He emphatically denied counties In view of the fact that their Jobs are considered to

total costs of the program, the various PTA's throughout the, a'- (Cont'd on P.a"oz.. CoL 6) be drcait-'wldc. \. ._ ..J4
County may be asked to raise the additional money.


DID YOU VOTE Orange Park Clay HighOdds

a'Gsa' > 41'Q4 Cards have been mailed

to all eligible voters,who did A Toss-up
not vote in, the 1962 elections :
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year
Wilson County supervisor as lnarty
i LeThe .f registration.Mr. Oountlans are concerned! win_ take place At a 7-mgh: ;Booms
Field on Thanksgiving Day -" '
! Wilson said that UDder at 2: : en Orang
Florida law the super- Park Raiders meet the Clay High BlueDevflT $
This will mark the
third
visor of registration may game between the rival schoola.
k In 1961. when
E either vend cards to at Orange Park fielded Its tInt team
they
Town of Orange Park will dedicate its new civic center buildings Sunday at 2 one-sided licking from the Blue Devils. took a
those who are registered ex
o'clock with Congressman D. R. Matthews and Secretary State Tom Adams as principal Last year however the Raiders
only to those wh failedto gained a measure of re-
speakers. vote in the past two venge when they upset the Devils at Orange Park
Mayor Walter Odum, who will serve as mas ter of ceremonies, said there is a possibilityGov. touchdown margin. by a one

Farris Bryant may attend. A large number of state officials have been invited as wen years. The
He said it is most im- game this year Is rated as
something of
1 officials from and counties. a to&Iup
n a' _1 .F as Clay adjoining Orange Park
; portant that those receiving has a better record than the
The dedication ceremony is being sponsored by the local Lions Club which will Blue Devils, ba
these cards complete and won seven of their nine games while the
present s'x flags to the town for use in connection with the new buildings. Walter R. Lee two of nine. Devils have won. .
him. This
turn them to
Gainesville district governor of the Lions, wfll' make the flag presentation. .
will to date the However the Devils
bring up have played tougher
fire stat'on which includes a modern JaiL opposition, so
nge Park, 20-month-old Tanya Revels adopts an The ..*vc center buildings were completed in June but the dedication has been delayed i regisration lists. the records can't be used as a final measure of arength ..

attiteptlcism at the lump of sugar bt'{ offered her until land caping could be started. Those failing to retun The two squads have met three common opponents. Clay._ _
by T- -na Lindsay of Moosehaven. Nor Lindsay was The r'vic center consists of three buildings a town hall with auditorium a library cards within 30 days win b defeated P. K. Yo nge, a team that beat the Raiders in their .

J onedutj Moosehaven staff of nurses whr lonteerd for which fn-..*'ons as part of the Clay County. (ibrary System and a combination police and "tt 3 ?I! the Court first game of the season. Both Clay and Orange Park de- '. -

t i : program. Tanya is being held by her mother -lings are modern in design anMnl t.lv air conditioned. They replace ;..: 4'' "m'' >.Barnes. will Bou"I I feated Fernandina Beach. Yet Orange Park -beat Ms.celenny:
I Mr R. Revels. a nunb- .** old buildings donated to the town in the 194O's by Moosehaven after this of:' ,, : ';}O !"; = 6 to 0 Friday night, and Macclenny had routed the Blue DevBs

ganhatn'i! moved Its quarters to the present location fronting along the St. Johns River. : in an earlier game.
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by DUNCAN GRONER I[
Duncan Goldthwalte Groner Elizabeth Leonard Groner
Leading the Raiders will be Jim Booth a 195-pound fullback -

1 Editor and Publisher Secretary "Good morning." Ah hah! And then it was all clear. The orange Juice had who has not been stopped this year. Booth Is a power;

Eugene Koza I opened my eyes in the glaring light of too many 150-watt come out of a carton and the coffee was a cup of hot water into runner but the Raiders have fullbacks Mike Bertol&ni and
General Manager bulbs. It was morning again. My wife stood with which had been dissolved a spoonful of the dark brown sub-
over me a
Harry Roberts that can go to the outside. Quarterback Morris
JKe. -, tray in her hands. As my mind began working like a creaky, stance most of the food processors label coffee.
Published every Thursday by Weaver a sophomore, is a good ball handler passer and runner.
-. Inc- ill-used threshing machine my immediate reaction to this Balancing the useless unwanted tray on my lap I mused
Press
I ;.- : Crescent P. O. Box 578 unaccustomed breakfast-in-bed bit was that either I was ill or; that there are men and women walking the streets of America The Raiders line is led by linebacker and tackel Eric Hansen.

Fla. she was. today who honestly believe that coffee is a muddy substance Jay Goolsby, Blue Devil quarterback has done an out-
Green Cove Springs
Telephonen But then I remembered it was Sunday and, by some mischance prepared by adding a spoonful of dust (color added); that standing job this year. Halfback Gary Looney Is a speedy
I was scheduled to teach orange juice comes out of cardboard cartons and has no relationto In
n 284-3166 a Sunday school class. It breakaway threat. Tackle Stanley Foy is the anchor man
I occurred to me that wife had those round things that grow on trees.
my
concluded
Jacksonville 264-6751 that if the wallsof the Blue Devil line.
the church should cave in at this imminent sacrilege I was The duPont Company recently published (See "As A Matterof
Matter J.ly 196!. at the Post Office The Nov. 14) vital statistics on the
.Entered aa Second Class Act about to commit she could always she had been Fact Crescent some
Florida under the of March 3. 1891. say loyal to
Green Cove Sprln s
Second Class postage paid at Green Cove Sprigs, Fla.SUBSCRIPTION the end. uses of money in America today. In two decades the gross I :- : :+: : : HrHh: -Ht t : : r : : r : r : J r II
national product has more than doubled the cost of everythingbut
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One Year-in advance ...................RATES...........- .. ........................ $4 and "What say it was is it a? lethal I asked dose her of, thinking she might surprise me food has gone up. People are spending less money on food. I Coard Furniture Company

Two Years-in advance ........................................................ $6The could go through with this little strychnine Joke perpetrated, administered by a beforeI well- I think that is as it should be. In some cases I believe General .
I Foods. Borden's and some of the other food processors should
substitute meaning friend the to whom I became in her frantic search for a pay the consumer to consume their products.Is )I: has moved to new and larger quarersI
last button on Abe's shirt.
Pawns Of Mama "Coffee and Juice" she said brightly.I coffee really a cup of colored hot water Yes says the *I
housewife who had to stand stove for 30 minutes : EXPANSION
took the tray, as if I were used to breakfasting in bed once over a
rocking the coffee cup as I settled back. I sipped. while a proper cup of coffee was brewed and then, horrors.
of John F. Kennedy last Friday
The maniacal assassination I
"What the devil is this stuff," I shouted at the retreating wash the coffee pot. Is orange juice some tasteless liquid r
and unforeseen con- I
months
in the coming strange
will have achieved by grinding up oranges, orange leaves a few roots and .
I 1 sequences. figure.No of the weeds around in the ? The
growing
answer. By now I was convinced it was either strych- some orange groves
# Immediately, it has put into the White House a Texas nine or some other witch's brew. It was most certainly not housewife says yes. because she need not slice and squeeze an I
who is perhaps more like Dwight D. Eisenhower than and wash the L
politician coffee. I tried the orange juice to see if it had the same brandof orange squeezer. _
any other man who ever occupied the Presidency. As the mad poison in it. They were both the same. Are these rectangular slices of yellow stuff sold in grocery ; L

gunman's bullet ended the worldly life of President Kennedy, "Hey," I howled. In time she came back. stores really cheese They look like cheese, they're labeled
1 serious Presidential candidacy of NOW GOING ON i i.t
it almost certainly ended the "What is this stuff!" I asked her petulantly. I would "processed" cheese. If they taste like blotting paper the pur- 4 f:

) Barry Goldwater. not be done in without a protest. pose has been served and they are easier to come by, and Park ;
.: 1930 Highway 17 Orange
1 The Arizonan cannot now rush out like St. George, "Orange Juice and coffee," she repeated in a meaninglesssort cheaper. i= :t

pretending he is about to save the Anglo-Saxon world of way. I was reminded of the ancient Negro who In my Most of us are like the Thanksgiving turkey.Ve get ::$: Phone 264-6725 :c

from the New Frontier's dragons. For as surely as the sun will childhood was sexton of Bruton Parish in 3"f .;
Williambsburg stuffed. What goes into the stuffing is of no great concernto "
the aims of the New Frontier will now play -K------: : :+H-++:-: H--H--:+:-.--fr-fr-t HHHHH.Cotney +
rise tomorrow, long before the landing of the Rockefellers. This man parroteda the turkey or to most of us. Properly packaged and
second fiddle to a sort of caretaker government in which a man history of the founding of Virginia he had .
memorized and labeled if the price is right, the housewife will buy it. Pay
neither physically, nor intellectually nor emotionally equippedto never understood and 111 swear he didn't know what he was money for it, mind you.
lead a world-in-crisis will be at the helm. saying. .
Orangejuiceandcoffee
pro patria mori orange- There must be a moral to all this. I'm not sure I know Tire ServiceCor.
Next summer the Democrats will be confronted with a juiceandcoffee .
what it is. Perhaps it is that we should be thankful for small
choice between the new President (whom it will be difficult to "It doesn't taste like any orange juice and coffee I ever
favors: brown-colored water called coffee, golden-colored water
dismiss) and Attorney General Robert Kennedy. Given a qauffed before" I told her, trying to match her 7 o'clock Park & King Jacksonville
called
orange juice; papier-mache cheese. No preparation. All
strong opposition neither of these men would appear, from dignity.
one need do is to pop it in his mouth and it is self-digesting. Phone: EV: 9-3027 or EV 4-6491
this vantage point, able to win the Presidential election. "The carton says orange juice and the bottle coffee "
says '
For these and
other
gifts, we are thankful to General Foods
Senator Goldwater's appeal has been to those who had no she told me, as if that cinched it. I'
Borden's, Standard Brands, etc.
c stomach for the New Frontier. Lyndon Johnson cannot in all TIRE

probability, get a pledged delegation from his native state on a

platform of civil rights, centralization of the Federal authority, Polio Vaccine RE-CAPPING
etc. Mr. Goldwater would have been the sacrificial lamb of

those who would stick by their "principals," win or lose. In Helm RETREADING
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spite of all the polls, no one ever seriously supposed the Senator
could carry any of the great pivotal states. REPAIRING
r Funeral Home
This tragic, barbarous affair has thus presented to the From the smallest to the LARGEST!
Republican party a real chance to recapture the White House. : ; >
{ If General Eisenhower, Richard Nixon Governor George Rom- Distributor Miller Tires Auto lite Batteriesand

; ney and Governor Scranton have their way, they won't pass up CHARLES HELM

the chance. 4 Funeral Director inORANGE

In the meantime President Johnson faces staggering tl .t,. '

problems, at home and abroad. He has had one vicious heart as PARK
attack. The line of succession, should he die before his term Phone 2849696GREEN j

: expires 14 months from now, is first to the Speaker of the .- ;.... Sinclair Station Road Service

House John W. McCormack of Massachusetts, :who will be 72 COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA
years old next month. If "President" McCormack should die HWY. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 445 195 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264-6431 I

in office he would, in turn be succeeded by Senator Carl

Haydon. of Arizona. Senator Haydon is 87.

President Johnson will find little consolation in his ancient tys :

heirs; even less congeniality it must be supposed in the

youngsters fresh out of Harvard with whom Mr. Kennedy At the Uliddleburg Elementary School registration of

i surrounded himself, -whose language spoke, whose visions, those who took the vaccine was against a background of the

for good or bad, he wrote into legislation or proclamation that American flag flying at half mast in honor of the slain
became the law of the land. I President.
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I The 50th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William H.1 and Phillip, will spend Thanks-. i Penney FarmsReporter

I I of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reed and their son, Hal will Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson v + s t

I Sapp, which was to have been spend the Thanksgiving holi- giving here with their parents j VP /. : MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8131

t THE BEST In all-ronad I celebrated at the Hickory days with his mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Eula Geiger. ::4 4 -
Rood printing try the CHKSCKNTM Grove Baptist Church on Dec. 1 Twenty residents of MHC Mr. and :Mrs. I*. P. Watts,

PRESS I :. The price In right.. 1st, has been postponed.CLEANERS. Herman E. Reed. The Rev. and Mrs. Gordon { participated the fall shuffle- of DeLand. were guests last
1 S V board tournament. Mrs. A. S. week of the Rev. and Mrs.
Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Platt Craig left on Monday to attend Earl came out of the finals as Daniel L. Snyder. *
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m and their children George the Methodist Bishops Convo-t I I I the winner. She won two of

Edward, Bruce and Lynn left cation on the Ministry. Mr three games against J. G. Mai- Miss Marguerite G. Schweitzer -

C Wednesday to spend the Craig's mother, Mrs. William phers. was welcomed to her new
I Semi-finalists the Rev.
were
of St. will t home at MHC by a small group
Bower Augustine
Thanksgiving week-end with : % 1: V J. R. Nicholas, Mrs. Elizabeth who appreciate the opportunity -
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-\\ spend the week as the guest of Shaffer and the two finalists. to speak French together

ward Platt, Jr., in the Craig family.Mr. V V Mrs. Earl was awarded a They met at the apartment of
S. C. I white ceramic figurine bearingthe Miss Clara Syvret last week
H and Mrs. L. E. Garrett of legend "Shuffleboard and agreed to meet again from
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Mr. and Mrs. Neil Geiger Charleston W. Va., are the' 1963. time to time. With Miss
Crescent Photo by Gene Koia Mrs. Ray L.
ALL CLEANING DONE ON THE PREMISES and their two children, LynnHH guests of their daughter and Schweitzer were
Green Cove's Junior High School cheerleaders who yelled The Rev. George S. Sutton Smalley and Mrs. Junie F
OPEX FOR BUSINESSAll son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cal-
: :-: :-:-:-:-:- -: :-:-:-:-:-:' their team to an unbroken series of victories. They are has been named president of I Baccus.
Clothes: Wilcox for the Thanksgiving Michaud, the Good Citizenship Leagueof
L to r.: Sara Page Long, Sharon Barrie Brenda
Pre Spotted Mildew Proofed ; JAX 200ASCAR holidays.The Ronda Revels Linda Kenney Sharon Shulze, Stephanie I MHC for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Schwemley -
Moth Proofed Cleaned and PressedNo 5 Smith and Debbie HameL IOther new officers are: thq I and daughter and husband

:: :i Rev. C. M. Ackerman, vice and grandchildren visited MrsF.

h FAST Extra SERVICE Charge For .{;.: GRAND NATIONAL .*:.I COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION BAZAAR AND SUPPER DEC 7 tary president; the; Rev.Mrs.J.Sutton R. Nicholas secre-, former. Shisler last parishioners week. They from are

and the Rev. E. J.
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-:. .:- Senior Council of Home I I let president of the Council, dogs, hamburgers soft drinks Sachtjen, chaplain.The .
i First of The Week Specials t| 'i'; 20 to 25 Cars -:. Demonstration Clubs, repre- the bazaar will open from 10 and coffee.A .
at the Penney
The preacher
I :5.r t: Drivers such as: *..-. senting eight clubs throughoutthe o'clock until 8 o'clock in the barbequed chicken supper, annual meeting of the Memorial Church 11 o'clock
:: :: : County, will have its annu- evening. The wide variety of prepared by County agents Ej,
MON. TUES 1VEDU DEC. 2-3-4 3 Clinic Benefit Society was held service Sunday will be the Rev
CheV't
f Junior Johnson-63 al bazaar and supper in the V. items will include many suit- D. McCall and George Owens,
TROUSERS r ::: Richard Petty-63 PIym..f. $# I. A. building Green Cove, on able as Christmas gifts.A I will be served from 5 until 8 in the Penney Farms town hall Albert V. Lawson.
:i: or rnnSWEATERS : .. Ned Jarrett-63 Ford *.. Dec. 7. Proceeds will be used chuck wagon will be open 'o'clock. The charge for adults on Nov 18. It marked the Mrs. Macoubrey will lead the
3 99'" I completion of the society's first December
ru" t Tiny Lund-63 Ford :- for the Council's scholarshipfund in front of the building from I will be $1.25; for children 75 prayer meeting on
I Buck Baker-63 Pontiac for 4-H youngsters next 10 until 2 o'clock offering hot- I cents. yera of operation. 4, at 7:30 o'clock.
Any Combination [Joe Weatherly-63 Iiiercnryj. summer.

:i=: REGULARLY '$L50 J i David Pearson-63 Dodge According to Mrs. Beulab

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JAYCEES TO SELL
4! W> ; ;r rWl&) I81 17 STARTS 1:00 p.m.3:00 p.l\Lf:tRACE i CHRISTMAS TREES

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520 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs SPEEDWAY i it
next to Brunson's Furniture

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an Sunday thru Wednesday, .CREAM OF CHICKEN .......-. : for 491
Dec 1-4 Kleenex; bl Napkins .50's,*- :L'I):for 45c CHEDDAR CHEESE SOUP I
fix 491
for Christmas: in Color WEST SIDE STORY '. .' '' .
Sultana Large Stuffed Olives V_ 10 oz. Jar'65o Your dreams come true with '
starring Natalie"ood .. -
I Surprise :Mom this Christmas with a gift she'll enjoy all year long. Her very own 4: PLAID STAMPS
Admission Adults 75c White House Milk .. ..... 6
I .extension phone in a style and color to suit the spot she'd like it best. Bedroom Students 75c Children 33c Evap. pk. 77oLeSuenr ; I,.. 'AAra &p 'A _. -.c..

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. BETROTHAL OP Homecoming QueenPhoto I BIg feO" Cheerleaders

The engagement of Marcella was announced this week. Mr.
Margaret Robinson daughter Tucker is of G. F.
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of Mlddleburg. to Russell ding plans are to be announced
for Orange Park High School
Vane Tucker of Jacksonville. later. w .
and runner-op in the Miss
N Clay County pageant is V
shown as she crowns this }
CLAUDE'S' GOBBLER SHOP w x' year's Queen. Sue Drawdy at
Cotney Stadium last Friday
1712 U. S. HIGHWAY No. 17
evening during the hails -
low SERVING .
tune of the homecominggame
Orange Park, Green Cove, Middleburg which the Raiders won '

and surrounding areas. against Mcclenny 6-0. Serv- 1k3Wa ,y'w r (

The Flnrt Sri-vice! << In- ing on the Queen's court
SIIOK ItKPAIK were Becky Campbell runner- 4_ r
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RI'-5T"I.IXG DYEING up and representatives of \. '-.
l.\-iC.\C.K; and HAM BAG HJ2PAIROHTIIOPKDIC each class: Barbara Eppert. .rw. ..
COHIIKCTIO.XSSlIOi senior; Cheryl Campbell
': ACCESSORIES, junior; Michele Hoade soph-

IF THE SHOE FITS REPAIR IT omore; Peggy Ryan fresh- A I '
man; Karen Rockwood 8th,
Claude It. Jones' Sr. Ph. :>>- 641 .
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FORD MOTORAMA homecoming game are shown above left to ri?ht. 1st row: Cheryl Campbell, Ann Damson,

>.....=oS. ""',::,">" .-.' '. (captain); 2nd row: Francis Clark Mary Poppel; 3rd row: Suzette Duprie. Pat Robertson;
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Celebrates Ford's Biggest Most Successful Year With The Green Cove Church of Miss Judy Huntley. of Or- Geiger. Mrs. Ronnie Wilkes

Christ will have as its guest ange Park was entertained at and Mrs. Morgan Williams.
a tea-shower on Saturday at Miss Huntley will be marriedto
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preacher next week Harvey
( the home of Mrs.Louise Smith. Melvin Bryan of Green
Starling, of Monroe La. Be-
Co-hostesses were Mrs. Wayne Cove on Thanksgiving Day.
ginning on Sunday servcies

next Sunday at 7:30 o'clock -

will be held every day through
each evening. On Sundays "Accentuate the Positive"

additional services will be held Jckpt Jt

& at 11 o'clock in the morning.

.;'M-.... Get of land
shady
a great big piece good, country
Totally new instrument panel adds new With the old swimming hole nearby
style and driving ease. 70% bigger glove WALTER D. MANHART, JR.
: box. Optional power steering and air con Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms.
ditioning now."available.. Funeral services for Walter
FalconBuys D. Mar hart, Jr.. 20 years old.I See Us for your Real Estate Needs
of Orange Park were scheduled -
for 3:30 o'clock tomorrow S. E. McKAY

(Friday). He was killed late
Monday in Ft. Lauderdale j I Keys-tone Heights'' Phone 4734816SOME
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We Ford Dealers are completing our BIGGEST i
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sales year in history and the '64 Fords are ,H veteran of three years
service with the US Army I
more popular than ever. To celebrate we are young Manhart leaves his par-I PEOPLE ARE LIKE '
ents Mr. and Mrs. BLOTTERS THEY TAKE
offering money-saving "BIG YEAR" FALCON ; Manhart two brothers,
.of... ; IT ALL IN, BUT GET
n. Charles and Arthur; two sisters -
Buys on every new Falcon in stock. Come in today Choice of 4 transmissions, including I Linda and Mary Ann; his I; IT BACKWARPS.1

America's only fully synchronized 3-speed paternal grandpartents. Mr.I %' .
and let us show you how we will save you more manual. 5 engines up to 164-hp V-8. I and Mrs. Charles Manhart. of

Owosso. Mich.; and his grandmother -
on a 64 Falcon! Mrs. Ruby Tomberlin

of Nashville. Ga.
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Brand-new grille highlights Falcon's i of the Brethren officiated. I
totally new exterior styling. Those "I Mr. Howard a retired railroad ;
new bumpers are of tougher, I construction worker died %
stronger steel. Brawny big-car look! Sunday night at Clay Memorial -
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Hospital.
I I He leaves his widow. Mrs.
: Ruth Howard of the home;
two sons Joseph M. Howard
vovv v Directions can become complicated. Any time financial -
a.w of Orange Park; and FerrisI
I \ Howard of Homestead; a problems come up that are confusing come

I brother E. E. Howard of Sur- in let us help 70B.Ve offer a "department storeof
Falcon Futura '. rency Ga.; a sister. Mrs. Av- bank services."
Sports erys Curry of Mt. Pleasant.
Coupe
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optional 164-hp V8.ALLNEW'64. '".... b I\ two great grandchildren.
Pall bearers were Curtis
3 s I Starling. Leon Sterling. Tracy
j Wiggins Leon Frisbee. Joe MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE, HEIGHTSTHE
Jimmsion. FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRlCNOcV COMMUNITYr
Scruggs and H. L.
I Burial was in Peoria ceme-
FALCON FAMOUS LOW PRICE! .
. t.We've Y tery. Helm Funeral Home was
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changed everything but the traditional Falcon economy.There's in charge of arrangements.

smart, new, big-car styling, inside and out. Wider rear tread = Mv_

and improved suspensions provide the plushest ride ever built
RACING ;' .
into a compact. Save en service with Twlce-a-Year (or 6,000-mile) ) i ji If

Maintenance, self-adjusting brakes, aluminized muffler, rust- .. !' ,,,. ccrw..

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for 1964. convenient and comfortable. Easy entry
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. I FOUNDERS CIRCLE HOLDS NOV. MEETINGThe I On Library Board- I I ThanksgivingServices Clay County Servicemen :I

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Founders Circle of the man, introduced Mrs. A. G. .. *
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Green Cove Springs Garden Pollard and her assistant, Mrs. ", '. ;.. #;.
Club held its November meet- W. F. Reid, of Jacksonville, '" ':::::: : The annual Community Patrick R. Gurr 1 1Patrick I Army Specialist Four Jack

ing at the home of Mrs. John who gave an interesting and .:: Thanksgiving services spon- .L. Terrell, 20, whose wife, Virginia COVE BOWLING
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Hendricks last Thursday. instructive talk on Christmas sored by the churches of Green lives in Keystone Heights,
Won Lost
Before the dessert to be held last night I has completed a 12-week combat .
meeting package Cove
a wrapping. They was
/ 3= I Jokers .... ............. 29 19
course was served by the host- shwoed, among other things, (Wednesday) at 7:30 o'clockat vehicle fuel and electrical
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esses and Mrs. Mac Carley had how to make roses of ribbonfor the First Assembly of God systems course at The Ordnance Professors 27 21

several attractive Christmas packages. Church.St. i Center Aberdeen Proving Kingfishers ......... 26 22

decorations which she had Co-hostesses for this meet- Ground, Md. Specialist Manolia ..............- 25 23 I
made on display. ing were Mrs. C. R. Willison Marys Episcopal Church I Terrell entered the Army inI
.' will have a Festal Communion Untouchablse ........ 24 24 !
I June 1960 and has served in
The business meeting was and Mrs. Deward Priest. '. i 1| service at 10 o'clock this morn- : Drivers ................. 21 27
called to order by Mrs. William Mrs. C. W. Seigmund, of Or- I.q the Far East.Charles I
.'>Kara 1 ing with the Rev. William P. 8-Balls ................. 21 27
T Powell, president. Mrs. angedale, was a guest at the W 1 wk -. b -.
Mac Carley program chairsPALATKA meeting. $ tl Erwin, vicar acting as cele- Champions ............ 19 29 ,
brant. Church school classes S. Stewart, 18. son of
I .W'.< t have prepared special offering Mr and Mrs. Harry S. Stewartof Monday night two new rec- ,
4 4f' I' ords were set as the Jokers
HOOTENANY BPO DOES HAVE baskets to receive foodstuffs Green Cove. has completed
with a total pinfall of 2474 1
INITIATIONThe i for the needy. basic training at. tiAi Naval
A hootenany will be held at beat the Untouchables 3 gamesto
Training Center, Great Lakes,
St. Johns River Junior College B. P. O. Does, Drove : The Christian Science So HI move 2 games in the lead.

in the Health Building No. 138 of Green Cove Springs f ..'1 I ciety's Green Cove church will The nine-week. training includes Bart Christian's 659 including

I from 8 until midnight on De- held their meeting last Tues- J observe Thanksgiving at special naval orientation, his- handicap is now tops for the
S
cember 13. The public is day at the Elks Lodge. services at 11 o'clock this tory and organization seaman- women. The Drivers with Al

urged to come and hear eight Mrs. Arthur E. Peterson was morning. The service will include \ship, ordnance and gunnery Ivey's 556 leading the way

groups perform. Proceeds will initiated as a new member of hymns, prayer a period military drill physical fitness dropped the Professors 3 to 1
go to the College Financial Aid the Drove and a social hour ', during which members may first aid and survival. with Tom Holt's 574 high ser-
Program. Admission will be Davis M. Brown of Orange Park has been named by
followed the meeting. i stand to express their thanks for the night. High single
Governor Farris Bryant to the R. Gurr 18, son of bLawrence -
County Library Board.
75 cents for adults, and 25 Serving on the committeefor Mr. I and a Bible reading 0 n \ went to Homer Christian wihta
cents for children who are 11 this meeting were: Mrs. Brown who succeeds Nix Morton G. Lord, is with Mutualof I "Thanksgiving." Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gurr of T. Brown radar- 217.

and younger. Ralph Milberger, Mrs. R. C, New York with offices in Jacksonville. A native of I Green Cove has completedbasic man seaman, USN, son of Mr.
Birmingham, Ala., he has resided in the six Ii training at the Great I
Novak and Mrs. J. E. Carswell. County years. I j I and Mrs. L. T. Brown of Keystone -
I -- Lakes Center. The
Training j serving aboard the destroyer CHURCH NOTICE
nine-week training includes USS Cowell participated -

i i naval orientation history and in exercise "Flying Moor"in CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"'
CHARGE IT I $ '.. The First Presbyterian Church organization seamanship ord- the Eastern Pacific. The SOCIETYCor.

_at499 Magnolia Ave. at Gum nance and gunnery military exercise included Pacific fleet
FINANCE These CHARGE These I E. Houston St. &
first aid
I drill physical fitness forces and jet and propeller
Christmas Gifts I; i : '< Green CoveI and survival. driven aircrfat capable of car- N. Magnolia Ave.
REFRIGERATORSDISHWASHERS GREEN COVE SPRINGS '
I rying all types of weapons. It
I RADIOSELECTRIC I I V -. .. FLORIDA
I ? 11 o'clock I was desgined to evaluate un-
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Morning Worship -
I Army Pvt. Robert P. Hildum, der realistic conditions a major Services held Sundayat
FREEZERS COFFEE PERCOLATORS Church School 9:45 o'clock son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. fleet strike and anti-aircraft 11 a. m.
ELECTRIC BLANKETS I II III Hildum. of Green Cove, has warfare operation.
WASHERS ELECTRIC IRONS I I VISITORS WELCOME completed six weeks of ad- Subject:

DRYERS USED T. V.'s vanced combat training at Fort Necromancy
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Private First
FURNITURETOASTERS Marine
Hood Tex. The 18-year-old alias Mesmerism and
STEREO John R. Looney son of Mr.
soldier entered the Army last Denounced.Dec. .
REPAIR ON ALL July and compleed basic train- and Mrs. W. R. Looney of Hypnotism,

T. V. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ing at Fort Gordon Ga. He Green Cove has completed ad- 1

J. H. BlockerFuel attended Clay High School. vanced combat training with I j A cordial invitation is extended
Bank Finance International Consumer Charge the First Infantry Training to attend our services..lifiGRESSM .
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I Lots of cars are in LeSabre's price class, but that's where the resemblance ends. For economy'of low statlori-tb-station rates. you dial "1-312" and then the individ-

instance: Does anybody else in LeSabre's class treat you to that gentle Buick ride or Here's all you do: ual number you're caffing. If you're
Buick and new ? No..; And who else 15- 1
impressive performance gas economy gives you
i iIt dialing a Florida with the
inch wheels,finned aluminum front brakes extra cushioning for middle-scat travelers 1. Dial **!**-this connects with city same
and separate heat ducts and controls for the rear seat? Right again: Nobody in It Fish (all )kinds) Lobster (on order) i you area code as Green Cove Springs', you

LeSabre's field but LeSabre. If all this makes you think a LeSabre would look awfully Oysters Crab Meat ; i the.auto.matJc dialing equipment. do not dial the area code. Just dial "1"
nice in garage lOU should see how nicely it fits a budget. You know who to ;< -
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: Deviled Crab Shrimp 2. Dial J the code of the and the number you're calling.
1 trl area city
see about it, of course: your Buick dealer.'ho else? Above all it's a Buick _
r .< d._, t tIt you're calling if it's different from It's that simple. Try it. For a list
TRY
.SEC YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER.AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALERS IN THIS AREA:. COME IN : Green Cove Springs' Chicago's for in- of many of the cities you can dial direct

Henry Metcalf's "OWN" |: s!"race is 312; Atlanta's 404; New York see the front pages of your tefepbese

I Van Ness Buick Pontiac Inc.: Deviled Crab .,:.- i 4:. .. .: City's 212. directory.
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1963 FACE_ SEVEN




LEGAL NOTICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MINUTESCLAY LEGAL NOTICEIN .


I3T. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Spark says:
CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA COUNTY
IX CHANCERY THE FOURTH .JUDICIAL
GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA
NO. 3728 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
RENILDO R. McDUFCTE. Tuesday November 19, 1963

ll t r ..' i 1 4 Plaintiff 2:00 o'clock pan. CLAY COUNTY FLA.
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ROSE ELLA McDUFFIE The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met IN CHANCERY NO. 3700
Defendant
NOTICE OF SUIT in Special Session in the County Commissioners' Meeting SOUTH BROOKLYN
THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TO:
POSE ELLA ilcDUF-FIE Room in the Courthouse on the above time and date. SAVINGS BANK

AIR CONDITIONING BOATS TRADING POST RESIDENCE ARE HEREBY UNKNOWNYOU NOTIFIEDthat Honorable Luther E. Wilson called the meeting to a corporation

a suit has been filed againstyou order and stated the meeting was called to consider the bids
in the above entitled cause
CAREY'S TRADING POST and you are 'hereby required to on the new Health Center. Other members present were Plaintiff

MILBERGER INLET MARINAMERCURY serve whose upon name and plaintiff's address attorney appear Louis L. Huntley District No. 2. O. J. Murrhee. District No. 4; vs.

WE BUY SELL TRADE hereon your written.. defenses. if Absent: Marvin Green District No. 3 and H. E. Moody. Dist- LOIS M. LEMIUEX
& JOHNSONENGINES any. to the bill of complaint in a/k/a
REFRIGERATION Three locations: said suit copy of which is delivered rict No. 5. LOIS M. T.TTMTI.UX; ,

15 E.Palmer St.Ph.284-3280 before -to you herewith. on or Seven bids were received as advertised for this construc-
December
9, A. D. 1963. Defendant.
CROSBY BOATS Warehouse & antiquesoldGym Herein fail not or decree pro tion. Motion was made by Commissioner Murrhee secondedby
SERVICEAIR confesso will be entered againstyou
EE-ZY TRAILERS Bldg., S. Orange Ave. for the relief prayed in the Commissioner Huntley and carried to close receiving of bids. NOTICE OF SUIT

CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE "BIG TOP" tent-Blanding bill of complaint.THE The following bids were received: (1) Tharp Construction
NATURE OF
SAID SUIT TO: LOIS M. Lemiuex a/k/a
REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR Blvd. at Ridgewood BEING WITNESS FOR my DIVORCE.hand and the 100835.00: (2) Triest Construction. 102840.00: (3) Fred Lois M. Lemieux I fJ; lei 1 &ire rn I JI ce II sbd

HEATING SERVICE Hwy. 17 Orange Park at seal! of said Court at Green Cove Gardner Construction 105390.00: (4) Danlee Construction
,
Furniture and appliances
Phone CO 4-9835 Springs November Florida A. D, 1963.this 4th day of $108,895,00: (5) Jacksonville Construction $112,581.00: (6) You Lois M. Lemiuex also

9 S. Palmetto Street bargain prices SUe GEORGE L. CARLISLE. LeRoy C. Robb. 113463.00; (7) Smith Construction. $122.- known as Lois M. Lemieux. are

Home Phone 284-9780 Clerk Circuit Court hereby notified that a com-
By: Vivian H. Sohm 000.00.After
Business Phone 284-9581 BEVERAGES I Deputy Clerk a discussion between the Board members the plaint to foreclose a certain

I HAIRCUTS James Attorney T. for Norton Plaintiff Arcihtect for the Commissioners and Florida Development mortgage of the following Hard factsfor

1 Address: P. O. Box 372 Commission Architect W. R. Gomon was requested to ne- scribed real property, de-I
VACUUM CLEANERSORANGE PAUL'SI Green Cove Springs.! Florida
We give Pub. 11-7. 14. 21, 28. 1963 gotiate with the low bidder Tharp Construction Companyfor Lot Twenty-nine (29).

"FirstHaircut"Certificates possible cost reductinos which is allowed up to 5% of base Block Three (3). MEAD- @iF :

LEGAL NOTICE bid. Mr. Gomon to back to the Board's
PARK All Legal Beverages was requested report OWBROOK. Unit Two (2).

representative which is the Clerk of Circuit Court regardingcost according to plat thereof Amro o ri

Vacuum Sweeper Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR reduction.Mr. recorded in Plat Book 6,
TAX DEED I
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ServiceREPAIRPARTSSUPPLIES Duval County Line ALL HAIRCUTS-SLOG J NOTICis See. 1M.16. P.S. J. C. Sapp Attorney appeared and filed a petitionfor pages 12 and 13. of the

HEREBY GIVEN. road closing in the Florida Farmers Land Company Sub- current public records of
North of Orange Park that W. E. Tyre the holder of
FOR ALL MAKES Orange Park Barber Shop the following certificates has division. After a discussion motion was made by Commissioner Clay County Florida .
filed .
said certificates for tax
a
Rebuilt Cleaners $10 up Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. deed to be issued thereon. The Murrhee seconded by Commissioner Huntley and carried to Muscles are meant to be used..
i certificate numbers and years of Resolution giving Notice to Public in compliance with has been filed against you and .
1708 17 15 approve When they aren't used not
Hiway UPHOLSTERINGBAXLEY'S same location for over yean issuance the description of the you are hereby required to ,or are
property and the names in which Florida Statutes. used vigorously enough they de-
PH 264-9771 KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 i't was assessed are as follows: serve a copy of your answer or ,
Motion Commissioner seconded Commis-
+ : Certificate No. 90. by Huntley by teriorate.Webecomefatorflabby.Consider .

TRIM SHOP Year of Issuance June 1. 1961. sioner Murrhee and carried to authorize the Clerk to adver- pleading to the complaint on what's happening to
Ph. 2649771UPHOLSTEREVG Description of Property: the plaintiff's attorneys
MILK DELIVERY Lots 3 & 4 Blk. 10 as Rec. tise for bids for a County Comprehensive Regional Plan; speci- our children. By the time an average
in O. R. No. 6 32 Flem- Marks Gray Yates Conroy &
Page
Complete Auto & Furniture ing Island Estates S/D Sec- fications to be furnished by the County Engineer. child reaches high school
Gibbs 231 East
Upholstering W. D. MorrisDistributor tion 26E. 38. Township a Range Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commis- Jacksonville Florida Forsyth and Street file age, he or she spends 15 to 30

1400 W. Idlewild Ave. Name in which assessed: sioner Huntley and carried to approve a statement of Mr. : :hours a week in front of a TV set

Ph. 284-3505 James T Summerall.All Berwick Anderson Attorney for legal services for case No. the original answer or plead-
FREE ESTIMATESALL of said iproperty being in -and less than two hours a weekin
ing in the Office of the Clerkof
Cove Cove Springs Florida the County of Clay. State of L-527 in the amount of $250.00.Dr. physical education classes. In

WORK GUARANTEED Free Estimates All Jersey Milk Florida.Unless such certificate or cer- A. Y. Covington Director of hte Clay County Health the Circuit Court in and for fact, 60% of our schools have no
ficates shall be redeemed according Clay County, Florida on or be-
and the Board with Reso-
Department appeared presented a
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY dailyphysicat education
Free Pick-up and DeliveryHandle to law the property described fore the 30th day of December. program.
in such certificate or lution from the Clay County Public Health Nursing Advisory Result: one-third of our nation's
Any and All of Your For certificates will be sold to the 1963. If you fail to do so.
highest bidder at the court: house Council. Inc., advising that this organization was giving a grantin youth can't pass even minimum
Archie Padgett' Upholstery Needs! HOME DELIVERYCALL door on the first :Monday in the amount of 2080.00 to the Board of County Commissioners judgment by default will be physical achievement tests.
HAROLD BAXLEY Month of January 1964. which lathe taken against for the relief
On Kinsley Ave.. Just 6th day of January 1964. of Clay County to be used on construction of the new you What can be done?
Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs. Dated this 15th day of November demanded in the complaint.This .
East of Hwy. 17 EDWIN BAXLEY 264-9949 or 284-3166 1963. Clay Health Center this money to be used on the matching notice shall be Jt's up to you. Insist that your

George L. Carlisle basis only. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by publishedonce child's school provide at least 15
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 Son and Upholsterer 4 yrs. Clerk of Circuit Court of each week for four con-
I Clay County. Florida Commissioner Huntley and carried to accept same for this minutes of planned physical activity
Orange Park Fla. E. A. HUMMEL secutive weeks in the Clay

Upholsterer- 6 yrs. Put. 1121. 28. 12-5. 1%. 1963 purpose only. County Crescent. for every boy and every girt.
TV APPLIANCE Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner Discuss this with your local

Murrhee. and carried the Board adjourned to meet againin DONE AND ORDERED AT school officials.To .

ELECTRICALAtlas SIGN PAINTING SERVICEWe LEGAL NOTICE regular session on Monday. December 9, 1963. at 9:00: o'clockA. Green Cove Springs. Clay help you evaluate the fitness

M. in child's school
program your ,
IX TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY County. Florida this 21st day
Electrical & MechanicalCompany Luther E. Chairman the President's Council
Wilson.
QUALITY Repair All Brands JUDGE, CL.corXT", of November 1963. on Physical

Servicing Clay CountyFor .FLORIDA PROBVTE. Attest: George L. Carlisle. Clerk fitness Washington 25,D.C.,

In re: Estate of ._ George L. Carlisle will send you a free booklet.
PAINTIINGLEE -
We do all types of electrical SIGN Sixteen Years ELSIE :MAY REED LEGAL NOTICE- Clerk Circuit Court

wiring. Orange Park Ph. 264-9565 Deceased.' I Clay County Florida.
WARNER NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo KLEDZIK TO LEAVE
Green Cove Spgs. 2844014FULLERTON'S < All Creditors and Persons NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND' BY Grace M.
Road Carlisle
RAY'SHIPP 305 Glendening Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate TO WHOM IT MAY -
Owner and Manager Orange Park Fla. You and each of you are hereby CONCERN:. (Continued from Page 1) Deputy Clerk V
Phone 264-6316 24 >. Orange A'e. notified and required to pre- "
Phone 284-9228 sent any claims and demands Pursuant to Chapter 22079of Pub. Ii-2$, 12-5 12, 19, 1963 :.
F which you or either of you may would go to either of two
have against the estate of Elsie the laws of Florida of 1941.
May Reed deceased late of said the following described land Green Cove "taxpayers" who
County, to the County Judge of
Clay County, Florida, at his office situate and being in Clay have been mentioned as can-.r

I I LifJS; Sill lm IDfJ.\1ID; I County in the at Green court house Cove Springs of said; County Florida didate for the $8,000 position.Mr. i CHOP

I Florida within six; calendar Lot 9 Block 31, Lake Geneva Sinclair!
I months from the time of the first I Davis restated that l-Ir.j
publi copies of each claim or demand Kledzik's reason for leaving
will offered at public sale
shall be in writing, and shall be I
state place of residence and post to the highest bidder for cash the hospital at this time was
office address of the claimant
I and shall be sworn to by the at the front Court House door in order to move to California I HEATING
FOR SALE 2 bedroom 6- FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom WANTED Citizens interested claimant his agent, or attorneyand _
I in Green Cove Springs Floridaon
accompanied by a :filing fee and live with his two sons
house with new Fla.room inside and personally or financially
room I house newly painted
of one dollar and such claim or December 20. 1963. at elev- SinclairLevel
& garage.' Asbestos siding. out, reasonable, large yard appliances in building a 2-party system of demand not so filed shall be void. who are located there. BILLS
Carroll M. WrightAs en o'clock A. M.; free and clearof
Priced for quick sale owner turnished. Call Penney government in Clay County administrator With theWill Mr. Kledzik himself has denied -
I" all liens except as to drain-
being transferred. Tel. Ho- 1 arms. 5298211. 20tfc i under the banner of Barry I Reed Annexed deceased.Pub. .of Elsie May age liens or liens for general any rift with the Hospital's out your heating costs even in the peak winter

gatt GCS 284-3849. 10-3-tfc I Goldwater. Needed: workers I 11-14. 21. 28. 12-5 1963 months. Change now to Sinclair's Monthly Payment Plan
FOR RENT 2 bedroom taxes of any other taxing district new Board or with its
1 and money. Contact Harold I that lets you spread payments over an easy convenient
FOR SALE Beef by the halfor house near high school; bath; I which by general law are staff though friends have said
G. Hill mail at Doctors Inlet period. No interest
I by L.G..LOTICE: or carrying charges.
whole and pork or will unfurn.. $40 a of equal dignity with county
large yard ; by phone at Middleburg I his scheduled move to the West SINCLAIR HEATING OIL with RD-119R corrosion inhib-
and municipal liens of general
butcher chill and cut yours. month. TeL GCS 284-3849.
282-5110. 10-10 tf p. IN THE CIRCUIT COIRT OF taxes. Coast has been moved up. itor helps you cut down heating bills because it fights rust
Also smoked sausage.' Leroy 103tfc t.L.cot.XT", FLORIDAIN
I CHNCKRNO. \ Board of CountyCommissioners and corrosion gives you more heat cleaner ln-at per
Wilson 2844557. 11-7 c 3734 dollar.

MARGUERITE REBECCA of
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FOR SALE Two bedroom I FOR RE..T-3 room house--2 WANTED CAMBURN, Plaintiff Clay County Florida. Rex Smith Jr.. a resident of BURNER SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner service

house, good' condition kitchen blocks from river on Hibernia men are skilled prompt dependable.
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I MALE OR FEMALE wantedto '-i!' By George L. Carlisle St. Johns County and a Green
equipped opposite Bennett route 2 miles north of Green HOWARD HOLMES C Ail BURN.
I do house-to-house canvass Defendant Clerk Circuit Court. Cove taxpayer told The Cres- PRINTED METER DELIVERY TICKETS
School. Nice garage. Under Cove Springs. $52.00 month. NOTICE OP HT
one or two hours a day. Write THE STATE OF FLORIDATO: 11 28cPub. cent Tuesday that while he RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKfor
Elwood 284-3289 after 4:00
Phone
$7.000. Will finance. p.m. .
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HOWARD HOLMES CAMBURN: 11-28. 125. 1963 --
P. O. Box 578-M. Green Cove.
Johnson Phone 284-6652. Res." 10Itfc'ALL Railroad AvenueWaretown. had not applied in writing for
10-17 c, :New Jersey QUICK SERVICE
305 South Magnolia (opposite' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED the position of administrator PLAID
EQUIPMENT from com- that a suit has been filed MurrheeInsurance COVERING-
Yarn Mill) 11-21-tfc t against you in the above entitled he had discussed the matter STAMPS
plete Restaurant. Tables 35 MIDDLEBURa ORANGE PARKDOCTORS
cause and you are hereby required -I
t'chairs Freezer Deep Frier MAN WANTED to manage and to serve upon plaintiff's Agency with both Mr. Davis and G. PENNEY FARMS INLET
whose name and ad-
attorney
FOR SALE 2Vdl trained I Sink Refrigerator, Counter operate a retail Watkins Routein dress appear hereon. your written Edward Wiggins of Keystone
Bird Dogs. Reasonable. Ph. defenses, if to the bill GREEN COVE SPRINGS and SURROUNDING AREAS
I any
!Register etc. 25T of cost. this area. Earnings of of complaint: in said suit. copy of BE SAFl j CARRY Heights another member of
284-4473. 11-21 c ..Carey's Trading Post. Phone $125.00 week from the which is delivered to you herewith -
I I per very on or before December 16, WtSOBR ADEQUATE the Authority. Mr. Smith said Oil
|,284-3280. 11-21-c|,[beginning. n"riteIr.. McGarity A. D. 19#. Clay Corp.

FOR SALE Pecans 25 centsa : I I P. O. Box 627 Willis ton. confe Herein!'so will fail be not entered or decree against pro : *! INSURANCE he had a number of other II

lb. Call after 5 p.m. GCS :WANTED Old newspapersand I II Florida. 11-21 28, 12-5 c you for the relief prayed in the "things working" and that it OLIX HOWARD WALTER G. ODI M

284-3337. 11-21, 28c I magazines to be collectedand i bill THE of :NATURE complaint.OF SAID SUIT See: RICHARD MURRHEE made no difference to him General Manager President

sold by Den 1, Cub Scout BEING: FOR DIVORCE. I
WITNESS my hand and the whether he was appointed or
I Agent PHOXE .'GI !JK
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LEGAL NOTICE
Pack 149 of Dunbar High. seal of said Court at Green Cove
FOR SALE Farmall Cub
this 12th Phone 473-4786 not.
Proceeds will go for Christmas Springs. Florida day ,
little I of :November A. D. 1963.
tractor: very used ex- OTICE OF INTENTION TO -
party for underprivileged' chil- GEORGE L. CARLISLE.
cellent mechanical condition. REGISTER FICTITIOIS NAME Clerk Circuit Court
dren. Please call Fred Douglas Notice 1* hereby given, that the Br Grace M. Carlisle!'
Complete with mounting' undersigned under the provisionsof (COURT SEAL)
frame cultivators disc hold- GCS 284-9466; will pick up. chapter 86 .O'. Laws of Flori- Deputy Clerk
I da Acts of 1957. will register R. C. GORDIE.
s ers, turn plow. Woods 54" rotary COLORED WOMAN wants with the Clerk of the Circuit Attorney for Plaintiff Ih
I 1 Court in and for Clay County. Address: Bank Building;
sickle bar "IT'S AGREED THEN WE'LL
mower mower steady job 5 days a week State of Florida. upon receipt of Green Cove Springs. Florida ,x. .-

and disc harrow. $595 for Monday through Friday. Likes proof of publication of this Pub. 11-14 21. 28. 12-5, 1963
I notice the Fictitious name of
I
quick sale. Call or write Vernon -,I children. Call GCS 2843552.[ FUTURISTIC COINS

Eddy PO Box 664 Phone i 11-28-c I ./11-21.SignedJohn 28. 12-5.D.12.GoodwinPub. 1S65 DO IT MY WAY! 1

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I WHOLESALE Deliver NO SELLINGWe and Collect ROUTE r AREA BUSINESS. DIRECTORY f f4"HfrWH VZ; fem. "


t 1 1 1 1 1 rH-:+ -* 1 : I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '.-+++ '. 1 III 1 1 H'{ 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1I $
furnish the retail accounts., ;,, ">- y ; .s,, "=a Remember he' the boss. He made it by hard work
ry
You furnish auto time and a FURNITUREAIR DRITCGISTSEASTERLJNG OFFICE EQUIPMENTAMERICAN %a 4 ,r tiYy

minimum of $798. Cash to I I I r < ,,, and food management. Fart of that food managementwas

handle BASE FURNITURE CO.
cover inventory you PHARMACY his financial dealings with the Bank of Orange Park.
part time. Fine Furniture I

Carpeting Appliancce Reliable Prescription Service OFFICE SUPPLY CO. x If you have money problems come see us too!
OPPORTUNITY TO OWN Complete Home Furnishings

Your Business SJKMJ" Roosevelt Bird. Complete Cosmetic Dept.I I Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner

Excellent Earnings Jacksonville EV 7-4619
Cameras FilmsPharmaceutical Specialists in '
Full Time routes open. Write : THE BANK OF ORANGE. .PARK
TRAILERS Office Supplies and : c .. .
address "- '
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for interview giving name Needs Office Equipment 0 .
and phone no., to Pacemakers and Homette COM PI It I. COMPIDSNTIAlCOUtTfOUS

Mr. C. H. Smith Norris for Travel Sundries _
Complete Line of Greeting '
Suite %14. Azar Trail Used Trailers-Bank Financing

3800 S. Tamlaml Trail 6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blanding Blvd. Cards -bt Banking Servicer

Florida BUTTS MOBILE HOMES Inc.FT .
Sarasota. Jacksonville FT 8-0734 2655-57 Park St.. Jacksonville
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I ELEVEN IN KEYSTONE RACE II

Eleven persons have qualified -'opposed. James R.Cook is also,
= CLIMAXES for the Keystone Heights unopposed for the office of tax
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municipal election Dec.3 to fill assessor.
six positions in the town gov-I The three council seats to
OPENING ==: ernment.M. be filled are being sought by
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1. Beasley a former j Roy Watkins and Don Pang-
a mayor of Keystone is again I born incumbent councilman
: seeking the post to succeed and George LaRue.H.I..Own-
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LIndsley Walker who is not bey C. H. Haberstrah Arthur
21" Color TV offering for reelection. Beas- F. Mannering and J. W. War-
THIS SATURDAY WITH THE GIVING AWAY OF A Glave ley's opponent, a duPont is employe Charles who Mc-: councilman ren. Ownbey and is Haberstrah a former
is a political newcomer. I served as city clerk for a number -
Mrs.Sara McDonald,the incumbent of years.
Ii Clayton Revels Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. tax collector is un-I

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11'm| Your NEW Plymouth Valiant and Chrysler Dealer] J. Q. Tire Service


r:1 in Clay County LI JESS Manager QUIGLEY

Orange Are. at Center Street Green Core Springs
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Phone 284-9131
:: I'M' MIGHTY PROUD .THAT CHRYSLER CORPORATION HAS APPOINTED ME TO SELL AND SERVICE -

L THEIR GREAT LINE OF AUTOMOBILES HERE'S' HOW I INTEND TO DO BUSINESS: FIRST. I BELIEVE IN

= GOOD SERVICE. AT .MY, PLACE YOU'LL'' BE SURE TO GET IT SECOND I'LL' GIVE YOU THE BEST DEAL YOUall of younot just

a== THAT I CAN AND STILL STAY IN BUSINESS. THIRD ONLY THE CREAM OF THE USED CAR CROP WILL END UPON HUNTERS rememberTHE

!! MY LOT. :MOST{ IMPORTANT: EVERYBODY WHO WORKS FOR ME THINKS THE SAME WAY I DO'' I HAND- -

! PICK All MY MEN. &=:

m ONE OTHER THING REPEAT BUSINESS IS IMPORTANT TO ME ONCE I SELL YOU A NEW GAR !

I'M' GOING TO MAKE SURE YOU BUY ALL YOUR CARS FROM ME r I'M HERE TO STAY! =-=
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