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 Material Information
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: December 5, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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The building of Green Cove, in the Eighties, is describedin Middleburg to which it had earlier been moved from Whites- "That the county commissioners were offered an induce-

k a brief holographic history written many years ago by a ville or Webster the County court house was located at Palmer ment to make the change is of record. On September 19, 1871

young girl whose grandfather, born In the town in 1869, was and Pine streets on the site where the home of one James Sara P. Ferris, Eliza Palmer (and others) deeded to the

the chief source of her information.This Stewart had formerly been located.It county commissioners two lots in Green Cove Springs for the

history, whose author prefers to remain anonymous is Interesting to note here that the County Historical nominal consideration of $1.00 and upon condition that the

t puts the town's first railroad station at Houston Street and Sketch prepared in 1941 by the WPA, has this to say of the commissioners use the lots M 'for a County site for a Court

Railroad Avenue, just west of the present tracks. While thereis transfer of the County seat. House and jail: and that they construct thereon the said

no metion in the history of an armory in Green Cove the "The act creating Clay county provided that Middleburg Courthouse and jail 'within a reasoable length of time say

author has some recollection of an Armory once occupied by should be the temporary county seat. It was further provided five years from the date hereof.: "

I the VIA. The nationally distributed "The Youth's Companion"in that within 1 year after the creation of the county the judgeof Whether Mesdames Ferris and Palmer were the relictsof

1894 said the VIA and the railroad statio were close to each probate should call an election for the purpose of determining the alleged discoverers of the springs or just acting in behalfof

other.The the location of the permanent county seat. At an election their husbands who presumably may still have been sawing

wr.. k spring at Green Cove the author wrote obviously held on October 3, 1859 the vote for a permanent county seat wood, does not appear In the record.

calling on her grandfather's recollection was discovered by was: Magnolia 33; Middleburg, 75; McRae House. 68; Whites- Pursuing the antediluvian skullduggery the WPA historian

1 Messrs. Ferris and Palmer in about 1830. They were in the ville 9. M. J. Murphy judge of probate declared Whitesville says:

environs of the present city cutting oak logs for shipbuilding.The to be the permanent county seat since it appeared to his sat- "That the change of county seat was not acceptable to

+ spring was reported to have been a favorite hunting isfaction 'that McRae House is located in Whitesville and that all sections of the county also seems evident. At some time in
grrund for the Seminole Chief, Palatka. Within 40 years there the voters who voted for McRae House and those (sic) who
1872
April most of the books and papers belonging to the officeof
.. 30 t=t :r} was a flourishing twon and by 1884 a rail link had been laid voted Whitesville did so understand it and so intend to cast the clerk of the circuit court disappeared from the 'very
to Melrose. Shortly afterward, the Jacksonville, Tampa and their vote for the said McRae House.:
insecure house at the County Site in which they were housed,
aLt West Railroad Green Cove and a "The of the county seat promptly to
Key came through passengerand name was changed and
never were repossessed by the county. All available evi-
freight depot was built at Houston and Railroad Avenue. Webster, as elections held in 1860 were canvassed 'at the courthouse dence indicates that the county site referrd to was Green Cove
a. Nothing remains of it today.At at that place. The last mention found in extant county
Springs. Although B. M. McRae clerk at the time of the
about the same period, three docks were built on the records of the court house being at Webster is in the certifica-
disappearance stoutly denied any complicity in the act. it is
riverfront the first of them "between the Hoyt and Bayer tion of recording of a deed originally recorded 'at the court
perhaps significant that'McRae House'was at one time synony-
This drawing, entitled smiply "Green Cove Springs" is homes." The town's first store Edgerton's occupied the corner house in Webster'' on March 4. 1871. and re-recorded in 1873.
mous with the name of the old county seat. There was an
taken from an 1870 issue of Appleton's Magazine. The accompanying adjacent to the city pier. Here also began the town's first paved In 1872 the county seat was at Green Cove Springs although effort to change the county seat again In 1874 but it has

article taken from the archives of Green Cove's street (1908) which went to the railroad. there is no extant record of an election for its removal nor "
remained at Green Cove Springs.
VIA,describes the beauties of the St. Johns River area. When the cunty seat was moved to Green Cove from was any change authorized by legislative enactment.


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VOLUME 37O.; 48 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, TIIURSDAY, ,-. 10 CENTS PER COPY





; Peace Corps Seeks Orange Park Civic



As A Matter of FactIn 6,000 Volunteers ; :




College UnnecessaryPlacement Center Dedicated

view of the fact that telephone subscribers in the Coun-

ty are now able to dial any telephone number in the nation .
tests for the Peace Corps will be given ut 8:30
:
(well, almost any one). Southern Bell has provided some ques-
tions and answers which may be of interest to those who planto o'clock Saturday in the Main Post Office Building, Jacksonville } OP Dedication Draws

cejl ons,'\daughters or friends far-away-.Some, of the questions -. ,_and in Room' .331,_Federal.Building J/Gainesville. ". --i .'
.4 To qualify to take the applicants
and answers: placement test must be

American citizens at least 18 years old. Married couples are 1,000 To New $200,000
What calls cannot be dialed direct eligible if both qualify and if they have no dependents under t 4T
Since the automatic accounting equipment starts timing 18 years old. A college education is not required. s
call when the distant telephone is answered the following
your More than 6,000 new opportunities In the Peace Corps are Civic Center '-
calls cannot be dialed direct: Person-to-person calls where
now open in Africa Asia and Latin America. India is askingfor
you are timed when the requested party answers collect calls nurses; Thailand for English teachers. Turkey for social -Nr!: '? a \
credit card or other miscellaneous calls, and calls placed from a workers, Gabon for carpenters; and Brasil wants more commun- : The growth of Orange Park from a town of 600 persons
station. 15 years ago toJacksonville's most livingroom area"was
pay ity development workers. Dozens of other nations are askingthe
characterized Sunday by Secretary of State Tom Adamsas
How do I place a DDD call Peace Corps lor volunteers for hundreds of different jobs, a result "reasonable zoning ordinances.

First dial the'digit 41". Then the three digit area code if especially in the fields of engineering agriculture, health con-
struction and education The Secretary of State a former resident of Orange Park
different from your own; and then the telephone number you
was one of three principal speakers at the dedication of thetown's
a are calling in the distant city. For most applicants the Placement Test will take about
new :4200.000 Civic Center.Mr. .
one and a half hours. Those who claim a knowledge of Spanishor
Why must I dial -1" when placing a DDD call French will be asked to take an additional one-hour language Adams shared. honors with Congressman D. R. Matthews -

i This number connects you to the DDD equipment that achievement test. and Paul P. Schmitz. director general of the Loyal

will route the call and record the billing details. This number To become a Volunteer an applicant must not only take y Ft Order of Moose which donated to the town the land on which,

must be dialed on All DDD calls. the test but submit a Peace Corps Questionnaire. Those Who ;. the Civic Center is located. ."

What areas will I be able to call have not done so will be asked to complete one immediatelyafter Recalling that soon after World War n. Orange Park had a

The number of locations change each month as new exchanges the testing. Ho applicant may take the test for a second single parttime employe a heavy bonded'indebtedness ($75,000)and )

are converted to DDD. If the city you wish to call time without special authority from the Peace Corps. that :all real estate taxes had to be applied to this debt

is not listed in your telephone directory, call the operator.She There are no passing or failing marks on the PlacementTest. Mr. Adams said a program of improvements initiated at that

will have an up-to-date list. By 1965 almost all telephones The scores are used along with other criteria to aid in Secretary. State Tom Adams, one of the three principal time: lad wiped oat that debt cut the ad valorem taxes in half

i in ti-V United States and Canada will be connected by the DDn the selection process. They help the Peace Corps to place Pros- speakers at the -dedication of the new Orange Park Paved number of :new streets and built the new center com-

network. pective Volunteers In the most appropriate overseas '-assign Civic Center: addressing the crowd of approximately 1,000 ping a town hall and auditorium, a police and fire station
I
ments. The Placement Test consists of a 30-minute general persons gatkered :at She ceremonies last Sunday. and jal and a tova library.

Why won't all cities be reached by DDD! aptitude test and another of the same length on modern The town present debt according to town officials, is

Direct dialing requirements call for several things. Among language aptitude. them are sufficient circuits to the city and arrangement of required.) resirr4 at a rate xS '
approximately $5.000 annually
I central office eqiuipment to receive incoming DDD calls. When
Now It's The Citizens .After reading a. brief history of Orange Park. Congressman
i these requirements are met. the locality can be added to the 3Sat&ews commented on the events of the past fortnight in
list of 'ODDD" cities. "Washington. He said the
two things that had impressed him

How will I get a telephone number in a distant city so I can Methodist decPJr% in these: sfcagic: days had been the continuity of the
use DDD! Bishop Passes At MHC School CommitteeThe American government, in that there had been no crisis in

Information service for cities with a star can be reachedby the d:1ange: of command: following the death of President Ken-
ashes to Africa. and the role
: played by Mrs.
dialing "i", the area code an dthen the numbers 555-1212. County Committee: to Improve Our Schools has voted Kennedy.
For all other locations dial "Operator" and ask for "Informa- Bishop and Mrs. Sjoingermoved to change its name to the CiSaens School Committee. James -"In those hams, the Congressman said "he gave America

tion" in the distant city you wish. Please make a note of t& to MHC in September Lytle. of Orange Parkwas .Te Iected president.The a nobility it never had before.

number for future use. There is no charge for this service. a few days after he celebrated :3Ir.: Schmitz described the Civic Center
next
his ninetieth birthday. meeting is scheduled for Dec. 16 at 8 o'clock In as a new and e:1Unc
What effect will DDD have on my bills the County CoarmisBicQErs roomat the CourtB.cmse.: : PfajHcal addition** the town. In introducing hIm Mayor Odum
The of
son Methodist
a pointed
out that
the:: Loyal Order of Moose
Your bill will still come on the same date. You will receive clergyman Bishop Springerwas At the Norember meeting. "E. E. Francis, County School on ''which the cento- located. donated the land

only one statement showing all types of calls. The preparationof born In Cataract, Wise. Board Finance officer,spoke on the preparation the county Mr. Schmitz aid Orange Park and

your monthly long distance statement is completely automatic and was educated at North- school budget and explained receipts and disbursements for the- together for the past 40 years. Moosehaven have grown

western University. fiscal year ending June 30, 1964. Mr. Francis was invited to
The: gift of land will
appear again before the December meeting.The always represent: a link of friendship
If I place a DDD call to a distant point and I reach a In 1903 he went to Rhodesia between via." he ad. '...
as a missionary and Committee unanimously endorsed the countywide Sabin
special operator or a company recorded announcement saying 'WaJter: R. Lee of Gainesville district governor of the
served there and b.1aIn Ka- polio vaccine program -widen will continue for the next few Lions
the number"has been discontinued, will I be charged for the presented the town fear flags for use at the center. A Marina.
tanga. He was made Bishop months. Two more_immunization programs are sche tiIed. The color
guard from HAS
and local Boy and Girl Scouts
call'No. in 1936 and put in charge of committee acted on the pJea of Dr.John Malone, chairman: ed in the flag raising ceremony. participate
all Methodist activities south the County committee.
No.What Music was furnished by the Orange Park High
School
if I get a, "busy" signal after many tries on a DDD of the Sahara. Other officers named by the committee far the coming> The local Lions Club;sponsored the program with assistance Band.

r call? Since moving to MHC. the year are: Leon Baxley of Middleburg vice president; Mrs. Jack the Woman's Club Garden dun and Friends of the from

If your call is not urgent wait a few minutes and dial the Memorial services for nonagenerian minister moved Quaritius. of Orange Park secretary-treasurer: and M. Calvin Visitors included a number of officials from Library. .

I call again. If you are still unable to complete your call dial Bishop John McKendree about the community most Wilcox of Green Core publicity chairman. Baker, Nassau and other nearby counties. Clay Bradford \

"Operator" and she will place the call for you. Sprinter, ; 90 years old. are of the time In a wheel chair.

to be held However, friends say he appeared -
tomorrow at 3
What if I am cut-off in the middle of a DDD call'Hang -
for a few moments and then dial "Operator". Sl!. o'clock a t the Penney In church on Sunday

r will assist up you in reestablishing your call. Be sure and advise: Farms.Memorial He Chapel.had been Penney a peared walked to in his extremely seat and good ap- Republicans Postpone Meeting I FIRE SEASON IS HERE! 1 I

the Operator that you were cut-off from a previous call. -Sbp health.He .
will credit you with the incompleted portion of your call. missionary In Africa for Because Of DeathThe The Florida Forest Service ice situ has some pine seedlings -
Is survived by his widow JFK
more than 60 years. urges everyone to be left if yon need any
What do I do in case of any other trouble on a DDD call M r s. Helen Everett careful while burning trash,
Bishop Springer, who was contact the Florida Forest
I Hang up for a moment and dial "Operator" and report the believed to be one of the old- Springer, a great granddaughter regular monthly meeting -i I Mr. Wheeler said he and I or control burning property.::: Service, and you may secure -

nature of your trouble. She will assist you in completing your est living Methodist of Senator Edward of the County Republican other members felt it would be If you don't have sufficient an you need.

calL Everett of Massachusetts; Youth Service Organization,j[improper to hold I firelines and want
died at his home at a political: some Edwin Padgett and
hi
Memo-I and two brothers, George i scheduled !1'
1 What if I reach a wrong number rial Home for Sunday, has meeting so soon after the plowed contact Edwin assistant were plowing
Springer, of Phoenix. Ariz.; been postponed until January President's assassination. Padgett or the Florida For-
You won't be billed with a wrong number if you find out lowing a cerebral firelines around Clay HID
and Wilbur Springer, of Fel- because of the death of Presi-I I est Service headquarters la
what city and number you have reached. Hang up for a few rhage early Monday bemmO-1 ton. Calif. dent Kennedy Keith Wheeler Details of the January meeting Clay County. last did yon get yours tak-
moments tl&n dial "Operator" and tell her what city and number ing. His body was Helm Funeral Home are to be announced at a en tare of?
chairman
and was announced this The Florida Forest Serv
plans to
you Beached in error,. .. .. _. ., are in ..charge: of_ arrangements. week. I later date.







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PAGE TWO V'?r.T'I..t..J f' \ ... THURSDAY DECEMBER 5. 1963
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i R i *. OHay ((Eouuttj (Eresceut I l Sotltfefeer SewerageWater I Boat Owners Must RegisterPleasure I


- Studied
By City
by DUNCAN GRONER boat owners who The registration law enacted I said that any pleasure boat

i 1 i I have failed to reregister their by the 1963 Legislature pro- I owner whose vessel was regis
Lyndon Johnson began running for the Presidency the Green Cove city officials are
:[ day
The \ boats will not save any moneyby vides only that boats registeredfor tered previously must pay the
Difference | he first stood as President of the United States before a joint studying proposals submitted waiting until after the first the first time after January full annual fee regardless of

session of the Congress. t by several municipal engineering of the to apply for new' 30
year a will be charged onehalfthe when he applies for reregistra-
On Sunday. Orage Park dedicated its handsome $200,000 I I Mr. Johnson urged the Congress to pass the late President's firms to survey and draw certificate. regular fee.

Civic Centre. And on Tuesday evening. Green Cove City Com- civil rights legislation and the tax reduction bill not I infer I up working plans for adequate Sheriff John Hall said many 1 The fractional rate does not tion.The
sheriff warned that
it
missioners discussed with municipal planning engineers a pro- because Lydon Johnson was for them but as a memorial to water and sewer systems. boat owers apparently believeif apply to boats and vessels sub- isunlawful

posed survey of the City's water and sewerage systems.In I his fallen chief. He introduced something of a novelty at that I The City Commission on they delay reregistering their ject to registration prior to the to operate an unreg-
istered boat
pleasure propelledby
a very practical sense these two unrelated incidents meeting; he called for fiscal soundness, a principle that Mr. I Tuesday evening heard engineers -I boats until the new year they I time an application for regis-
an engine in excess of 10
characterize and differentiate the County's two largest towns. Kennedy had jettisoned on the theory that a tax reduction and outline a plan to do an will be charged only one-half i tration is made.

For Orange Park, has gone deeply in debt to build what the anticipated increase in public and corporate spending would enginereing survey of the I i the regular fee. I This means. Sheriff Hall horsepower.

must be called in any small town a showpiece. It is far more raise the gross national product. present sewerage and water

characteristic of some of the rich resort towns of southern systems. Based on such a
And at that solemn meeting Lyndon Johnson's wife sat nextto COUNTERATTACK
Florida tha of this section. It says what one of the dedicatory survey a plan of sewage disposal -I
her colored cook a political incident that raised just the
speakers on Sunday said: that Orange Park is Jacksonville'smost right amount of publicity.All water supply and street
beautiful bedroom area. Orange Park does not want I paving would be drawn up in .t'Y 1.w-
_ I of this is reflected in the political polls taken during
industry. Its mayor went so far at the recent hearings on the a number of programs so that 1
the vast emotional upheaval that followed the tragic assassination -
site of the proposed St. Johns River bridge to say that if the the overall municipal planning -
I I I of John Kennedy. They indicate that President Johnson I
federal government has to pay additional millions to put the could be accomplished if
is running ahead of all other candidates and that his
bridge somewhere else his town does not want its beauty spoiled. necessary step by step.
strongest opposition, as of now would come from Richard Mil-
With Green Cove it is a different story. Green Cove wants
hous Nixon. Federal matching funds
and needs industry. If it is to attract industry it must have
municipal planning. It must have adequate sewage disposal And yet, at the risk of going out on a limb, I venture to funds would be made availableon I

good and sufficient water and cheap elecrtic power. believe most, if not all this will be changed in the next sevenor the basis of the survey and
of any improvements approvedby
One of the engineers who presented plans to the Green eight months.
federal and state sanitation
Cove City Commission Tuesday pointed out that St. Augustine : The most fascinating guessting game at this juncture. I
agencies. Such funds engi-
nearly lost an industry because of an inadequate sewerage think is as to just what part in next summer's Democratic I
II neers have indicated would
system. proceedings the Kennedys will play. No one will suppose that I II
total approximately 30 per
The people of Orange Park have gone into debt to the tune I the Attorney General and the Junior senator from Massachusetts
i I cent of the cost.
of $195,000 for a showpiece. Somehow the people of Green Cove are going to suddenly fall silent. .

must face up to the necessity sooner or later of paying for II II Beyond that, there is the question of Jacqueline Kennedy's Funds for the inital survey .

some municipal planning and some of he itmes sewerage political future. President Johnson let drop that it was she may be borrowed at no inter- : ,

disposal systems adequate water cheap electric power, paved who suggested he rename the Florida cape that has borne est by the City from federal j

streets, etc., that come out of that planning. I I the name of Canaveral for roughly 400 years. sources.In + ryl

According to the Chicago Tribune Press Service, a bill has other business, the Com-
..
The NeedGrave i I I been introduced in the House for passage this week, to provide mission authorized the install ;. .,,
Mrs. Kennedy with various honorariums. The Tribune story lation of fans at six bunkersat

as published in The Florida Times-Union, says: the naval base in order to

questions on Florida's future were raised this week I "The bill announced by Speaker John McCormack, D- make them eligible for Civil

by G. T. Willey. vice president and general manager of the Mass., at a press conference was introduced by Rep. Tom Defense equipment. Accord

Martin Company's Orlando division in an address before a I Murray, D-Tenn., chairman of the House Post Office and Civil ing to acting City ManagerBen I

State Council of 100 seminar. I I Service Committee. Murray first refused to put his name on Zellner. the bunkers threeof

Mr. Willey said if the State is to maintain its position as the legislation, friends said but later changed his mind under which are termed "verysmall" ..W : ..; USE CHRISTMAS SEALS
a major center of missile and space technology it must "offer pressure of the Democratic leaders." would take care of ap- ,
than agreeable climate anda i II proximaely 500 persons in the
the customer something more an
It was not only impossible for Congressman Murray to event of
an atomic alert or .r o
clear shot into the ocean. I! withstand the pressure; it will be equally difficult for any other attack. i bIi
In short he said. Florida must begin to become a supplierof
congressman to stand up against such a patriotic gesture to .
I r1 g4. 0
the most fundamental resource of all brainpower.He : i t :
the young man who twice offered his life for his country.
said the state can supply this need only by developinga I
I Not only that but Rep. Martha Griffiths D-Mich., has
will flow of
great university system that produce a steady I
I i publicly called on two other members of Congress, one of thema .' > ..
graduates in the sciences and technologies.He +
II YARN CO. GIVESEMPLOYEES # ., Zt y t ; kw +{;. l IR151'ittAf GAT1N0tJip
said it was an accident of nature a location on the Texan, to suggest to President Johnson that Mrs. Kennedy I II |'' .t

eastern seaboard that brought the space age to Florida. I I be named American Ambassador to France. Presumably PAY RISE

"Our missile systems and space boosters are daily becomingmore General James Gavin who has done a highly creditable job in |'I Employes of the Green I Ij
-
that will eventuallylook dealing with the imperious deGaulle for several years, couldbe Cove
reliable. he said. "It is inevitable we Springs Yarn Co.,have I II
shifted back to some desk job in Washington. j
upon missile launchings as no more dangerous, or exciting. I been granted an across-the-

; than the routine take-offs and landings of commercial aircraft." I i I Add to all this the bill just introduced in the House by I board pay increase of approximately I

The point is that the astronaut of the future is not going Rep. Henry Gonzales, D-Tenn.. authorizing a new 50-cent piece :: 5 per cent. The f f g4;; 4

.. to need a Cape Kennedy, he added. Mr. Willey warned that the commemorating President Kennedy. The coins would be sold i i j i I company a subsidiary of I Ir'j ry CHRISTMAS ORTI110Sa"
competition to stay in the foreground of the nation's space at a premium by the Government and the profits would be the giant textile manufacturer

effort will be stiff. used for a monument to Mr. Kennedy in Washington.These Burlington Industries ; FIGHT
I I TUBERCULOSIS
"There are potent forces at work seeking to divert more of manifestations of grief are.not, I submit the normal I employs approximately 250 I ; : J *f 'i' and otherRespiratory

Its NASA's missile activity to other sections of the nation-notably reactions of a nation whose young President has just,been slain. persons. s- : ;:; Diseases
..
11 the Southwest." he said. I They form a pattern. It does not look to the memorialization I tJ I
Need More Talent I of a young man's ideals but to the perpetuation of a heirarchy.

Mr. Willey said Florida unfortunately is not a marketplace I When I was in college we had at our fraternity house for

for the type of talent needed by space-oriented industries. This several years & house mother. She was handsome and charming
I
he added is the state's most critical problem. ; and far more interested in our business than in her own.

"Florida must produce, from among its own people, the scientific The result was that she was thoroughly disliked by most of

i achievement." Willey said. us. The thirty or forty young men who were inmates at the

With a great university system offering graduate work at Beta house sat around morning noon and night and complainedthat
Bank of Green Cove
the highest levels, he said, "this state can eventually attract the food this woman served up was not fit to eat that she The] Springs

more industries, and with them will come more of the best meddled in the affairs of everyone, that she inquired as to the

brains in the nation. lineage of every girl who came into the house that she was,

in short well meaning and ill-suited to our desires. When the

day came to renew her contract it was done as if she been a

very model of excellence.Christmas SslnTl1:

4 leI=} smgRi ,
U F Choir To Present _

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Christmas ProgramThe Seal Program On ':'



250 voices of the University of Florida Choir and to local
Approximately 100,000)( County according I Join Our
Choral Union will combine this Sunday afternoon for the hristmas seals have been physicians.The .

if University's traditional Christmas presentation. mailed to 3,975 homes in the national Christmas seal

The choirs will sing Handel's "Messiah". County according to Dr. H. L.I' program raises funds for work I

The performance which is expected to draw some 5,000 Stephens. of Orange Park not only in tuberculosis but a
from throughout north central Florida, begins at 4 ,
persons also 196T..t:1t
County chairmna of the annu.1 asthma bronchitis pneumonia

r t p.m.. in Florida gymnasium. al campaign to raise I influenza and emphy
The choirs will perform with the University Symphony ;:
and treat
detection, research sema. t
Orchestra and a quartet of faculty soloists under the directionof Christmas I
ment of respiratory diseases. j Donations through purchaseof
Dr. Elwood J. Keister of the Department of Music faculty. the seals tax-deduct- o
There are a number of known are
The Choral Union includes faculty students, and townspeople f!
able.November .
tuberculosis cases now in the :
making it a "town and gown" effort according to Dr. :1
Keister. t"H :_:+:_: :-:-:-:- -: : _:_:_:..:- : ; Savings o,

The soprano arias will be performed by New York singer + .
1
Sara Traverse. Club

Miss Traverse has worked five years in New York City as I

soloist in opera oratorio and concert. 0e

Other Messiah soloists from the Department of Music, '? OPENING! ,I It

faculty are: Mrs. Anna Lupkiewicz. mezzo-soprano; Da"idVU- i I INext

mot. tenor and Guy Webb, bass-baritone. tt

Last. year the choirs performed Bach's "Christmas Oraorlo" :t 29th +I :


Dr. Keiser received his master of music degree from the City Fish Market J 1

Eastman School of Music and his doctorate from Columbia i bea
can
year, you
University. Both a violinist and singer. Dr. Keister is a former x I
member of the Robert Shaw Chorale has taught voice at State I ""estV'alnut Street Gfeen Cove Springs v Smart Santa tool

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1 i SALE AND SUPPER SATURDAY M H C & Penney FarmsReporter WORD OF THANKSWe


The annual Home Demonstration o'clock.. Tickets be would like to express our
may pur- : MRS. HERBERT MYERS.. Phone 529-8131
Christmas bazaar and chased from any Home Dem- thanks and appreciation to all
will The Women's Guild of MHC sing, will not want to miss 1 t Buffalo have taken residence lour I
be held the
supper at onstration club member at up friends and neighbors for
Green Cove VIA Building on $1.25 for adults; 75 cents for will meet at 2:45 o'clock next this occasion. Everyone is in- tl at MHC He is a grad- their acts of kindness
many In
Saturday. children under 12 years old. Wednesday in the sanctuaryof vited. uate of Princeton University '. x +a
word thought, and deed
at
the Penney Memorial and Mrs. Munsell a graduate
I Articles will go on sale at 10 i Dr. and Mrs. Ben Barger of
i Church. The literary committee of the oldest college for women wV( the time of the loss of our beloved -
o'clock Saturday morning and Gainesville and their daughters -I
will have of the .
charge
I I in New York State Almira son and brother Walter
the bazaar will continue until Lynn. 15 years old; Jan .
I I Jr. Woman's Club to program which will feature College Almira. New York. D. Manhart.Mr. .
8 o'clock that evening. Items j i I Mrs. Clarence Miller in a present 12; and Karen 9, had Thanks-I I For several years Mr. Mun-
for sale will include many giving dinner at the Quad- and Mrs.
: of the Christmas
I' Have Rummage Sale ion sell was connected with Ernst
home-canned foodstuffs and a rangle with his parents Dr. Walter D. Manhart
Gifts" by Virginia -
i Story "Bearing and Ernst Public Accountants .
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wide number of articles that i The JuniorVoman's.. Clubof I Green Milliken. Thewomen's and Mrs. G. J. P. Barger. Dr.]I also secretary ad treasurer of ; ,. Charles. Arthur.
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will make pleasing Christmas Ben Barger is Professor of Psy- .
Green Cove will have a' chorus will sing two Flint and Kent Department :"I' Linda and Mary Ann.
presents. A chuck wagon in !! numbers. Gifts for the Sunday chology at the University of Store in Buffalo. The last .... 1t
Rummage Sale this Saturday J
front of the building will sell ""
Florida. !
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I School children of local I seven years before retirement Sjr- '"'--.L ) IIW
hamburgers coke and coffee December 7th beginning at 9I
churches will be presented at
for the
he was auditr People'sBank
from 10 until 2 o'clock.A I o'clock on the lot at the corner tins meeting. A tea will follow The Rev. and Mrs. John A. I The City Fish Market was opened at 15 West Walnut -
of Erie at Hamburg the WORD OF THANKSMay
barbequed chicken supper of Palmetto and Palmer (Old in the Social Room. Swetnam entertained their I largest independent bank in 1 Street Green Cove last week by Henry :Metcalf owner of
youngest son and his family the crab canning plant at Palatka.It .
will be served from 5 until bus station corner. western New York. we extend our deepest
I The D. W. Morton Men'sBible I The Rev. and Mrs. Theodore is the first food store to locate on Walnut Street since gratitude and appreciation for
class has elected the following Swetnam, and their children The Munsells were membersof
I I' will not, for the present anyway carry fish bait. the many expressions of kindness -
officers and committeesfor I Warren 13, years old; and Westminster Presbyterian Stuart's meat and grocery store closed in 1953. flowers and sympathy

H I the coming year: Paul'Hope Ann 11, over the. Church of Buffalo for Specializing in a wide variety of fresh seafoods the shop during the long time illness and

I Johnson president; William'I Thanksgiving holidays. The-I I several years and later mem- Mr. Metcalf described his stock as "anything that swimsin recent loss of our beloved hus-
i Kinsey vice president; John A. odore Swetnam is the bers 0 f the Presbyterian "
the ocean. This includes his own deviled crab crab and band and father. Especially
Swetnam secretary; Harry C. the Baptist Church at Lake Church Hamburg, N. Y.
.Li59&4tiIuhtTCIEANEns I I crabmeat lobster oysters red snappers shrimp sea trout, would we like to express our
Morehouse assistant secretary; Hamilton Florida. They returned -I Mr. and Mrs. Munsell have mullet Spanish mackeral red roe, catfish, red bass and white gratitude to the public health
George F. Hornberger treas-I home last Friday. Whileat one son, William N. of Springfield snapper. nursing staff and local doctorsfor

ures* and John A. Swetnam MHC they went to the Rev. Penna., who is field rep- o'clock Wednesdays.. I' their kind deeds.

) assisatnt tseasurer. The com-I Quigley's Gospel Tabernacle at resentative of the Federal Na- Mr. Metcalf whose Picolata operation employes approxi- May God in His Infinite

mittees include Visitation Starke to view the large paint- tional Mortgage Association; mately 50 persons, most of them residents of Green Cove, goodness bless each and every
i Swetnam and Kinsey; Mem-I ing of Belschazzar's feast and and one daughter whose husband believes the City's future is "very very bright." He says one of you.

ALL CLEANING DONE ON THE PREMISES bership -Curtis and Johnson; the handwriting upon the wall. Mr. William R. Barbour "I am going to be entirely dependent on the people of the Sincerely.Mrs. .
Finance, Hornberger and Ev- Those who have not seen this Jr., is vice president of Flem- for here." .
OPEN FOR BUSINESS County my success W. L. Knight
erley; Auditing Laird and! unusual painting should go to inf Revell Publishing Com-
*, The store will be open from 8 until 6:30: o'clock every and Family.
All Clothes: rone; Nominating Batten, Starke to see it. pany of Westwood N. J. There weekday.

Pre Spotted Mildew Proofed Truscott and Downey; Teacher -I at'the are five grand-children. I I

Moth Proofed Cleaned and PressedNo Procurement Sachtjen Thepreacher 11 ---
and Everley. I o'clock service in the Penney I
Extra Charge For Memorial Church will be The
I FAST SERVICE The Rev. and Mrs. M. M. Rev. R. S. Chalmers. On Sun-I II ++-K +:+''--.-HHHH'H: -H : : : : : rH+: :-: .

Brackman and their son whois day. Paul Johnson will lead the :t LARGE SELECTION OF ...
.r--r--r'-H--rH: : +HH": "'-: *">-fr- : : :-*:- -3--> leader of
an outstanding prayer meeting on December I
First of The Week young people from Vieques, 11. j :'*
| Specials
i Puerto Rico had a short visit ,4$1i NUT

with Mrs. C. E. Dibble during I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Perry I QNDS'
MON., TUEs.. WEDL, DEC. 9-10-11 > i
4* the Thanksgiving week. and his father George Perry
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3)'Ien's Suits 1.98 :3 Ladies'Dresses 1.49 | The Gulf Life Insurance 93 years old who live at Un- WALNUTS [
casville. Conn., called on the
3.45 3.00 Company singers will make BRAZIL PECANS
Reg. or Reg. Rev. and Mrs. John A. Swet
their annual trip to Penney L
nam on last week. The Perrys : r7 : : : : : : >>: : : : H-H-S-H': : ''II--IRK: : fr

I SAVE $1,47 SAVE $1.51 I IJ will Farms present on next-a concert Thursday in and the spend the winter in Wabasco
Florida where they own a citrus -
Penney Memorial Church at ';, 11fl JANE PARKERPeach
1 j : : : : : : : : ri--H: +H---r---: : : +HHH.Xext 7:30 o'clock. Those who have grove of 2,000 trees.

to seen these beautifully costumed Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W. Mun- I

1 singers, and have heard them I sell of Hamburg N. Y., near Pies

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Lidliry1t( < F.. ," Magnolia Ave. at Gum 39cEci. \

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I Prices in this ad are effective thru Saturday Dec. 7th

f I .., n: l\lorning'Vorship 11 o'clock
FRESH FROZEN
g'" Church School 9:45 o'clock II III

NEW\ AND USED CARS I VISITORS WELCOME + Fryer PartsBREAST

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VAN NESS BUICK PONTIAC, INC.
I STEAK SALE

Green Cove Springs I I OR '

THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS- J. H. I

Sirloin
1962 Chev. 4-Dr. HT Imp., Air Cond. 2 LB BOX 99c ,
I1 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix. Air Cond.
Fuel Oil Service

When a Better Deal is Made
ALLGOOD I T Bone

VAN NESS Hour ServiceBlocker I -
Will Make It 24 II

Phone 264-9535 Direct Line to Jax I Bacon.

41'I 284-3055 GCS Phone GCS 284-9250 I Porterhouse


2 LB. PKG. 79t .


CHARGE IT LAY Phone 284-6711 SPANISH BAIt'; lop RoundCakes'

; Monday thru Friday Two

FINANCE These CIIARGE These Shows each evening

Christmas Gifts 7 & 9 ..m. 99c lb.
REFRIGERATORSDISHWASHERS Sat. & Sun. Continuous

RADIOSELECTRIC From 2 p.m.

& TRANSISTOR 29 f EACH -
FREEZERS COFFEE PERCOLATORS <
Than. & FrL. Dee. 5 & 6
ELECTRIC BLA."KETS'VASH
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ELECTRIC IRONS I
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DRYERS USED T. V.'s starring Janet Leigh FRESH DAILY LARGE ASSORTMENT JANE PARKER BAKED GOODS
FURNITURETOASTERS I Van Johnson
STEREO FRESH GOLDEN RIPE

REPAIR ON ALL Sat.* Dec. 7 ;;' '
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.. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES I THE lIA.VITH THE Corn Bananas .

Bank Finance International Consumer Charge X-RAY EYES ,- 4 q_ ,

starring Ray Milland

and 10 EARS .. 3
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_..,;. We are now a member of INTERNATIONAL" CONSUMER I CONQUEROR ....! ". Sunnybrook
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'-A CHARGE and will honor any approved major credit. card._ Sun. Moo, & Tues., 10?& oz. Sultana Small Stuffed Olives ..._.- 49c .' .
Dec. 8, 9 & 10 LARGE EGGS 47
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J' [ PLAYGIRLS AFTER DARK 1 Lb. Del Monte Med. Dried Prunes -. .:: 35c -
: CHARGE IT starring Jayne: Mansfieldand I -'
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at A&P Salad..Dresslng,- t.4, ; ; PLAID STAMPS
-JOHNNY COOL i 5a iJ8t.r
I' i"Warwick ? a pAc, :".ry.r.rer,-<.
SUva
ABC TV Furniture Outlet starring Henry I
Choc.. Covered Cherries _+_:":-1 49c .
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Wed. & Thurs. Dec. 11 & 1% i .
1500 Idelwild. Avenue Green Cove .Springs ..
THE RUNNING MANstarring ... .
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EngagedCommander Doctor's Inlet Social Notes I Engagement Announced I


by Bertha Barron Lane to Wilbur E. Brewton
a. : son of Mr. and Mrs. CurtisE.

Mr. and :Mrs. C. M. Lowe The Inter Training Youth of Brewton, Jacksonville.The .
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and Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Moore the Ridgewood Baptist Churchare bride-elect is a grad

flew down to Cape Coral recently having a covered dish sup- : : uate of Clay High School
g:44'i and attended Jacksonville
and had a wooderfultime. per Friday evening, November29th i .
Y University. She is presentlya
at 5 o'clock.
beginning
senior at the University of
Florida where she will be
,
Dave Whitemar came in witha We are sorry to learn that graduated with a Bachelorof

six point, 102 pound buck Mrs. C. M. "Doc" Lowe is ill. Science degree in Elemen-
Education in ApriL Her
I think the old flu has tary
which he bagged on the Bland- I bug
sorority is Delta Gamma.
ing reservation. bitten her. We wish you a
The prospective bride-
speedy recovery Dot.Betrothed.
,
{ g groom is a graduate of Rob-
Memorial Services for Pres- ert E. Lee High School and
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ident Kennedy were held at attended the University of

the Doctors Inlet Methodist Florida. He is presently a

Church with the Rev. Edwards I senior at Jacnsonville Uni-
officiating. The MYF are con- .- s&s versity where he will be
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tinuing their studies concern, graduated in April with a
Arthur Ed- ing different religious faiths- : Bachelor of Science degreein
I Mr.\ and Mrs. Lawrence A. Economics. He is mem-
ward Powell, USN, Ret., and mainly Protestant vs. Catholic. a
)* ; Kelley, Jr., of Orange Park ber of Kappa Alpha Order.A .
Mrs. Powell, of Orange Park, They also had an old fashioned
anounce the engagement of hayride Friday night Novem- 1 announce the engagementof June wedding is planned.
their daughter, Cheryl
their daughter Donna Elaine, ber 29th. cY AR M
to Donald J. Kail, of Lan-

der, Wyoming.A .
small party honring the 6 MRS. DOROTHEA LYNCH II

bride-elect will be given by OP BOY SCOUTSTO _
her parents on Saturday in SELL XMAS TREES j s aiel Private services for rigue of Green Cove; and Mrs

celebratio of her eighteenth +s Dorothea Lynch 71 years Irs'l Donita Helmold. of Washington -
birthday. The Orange Park Boy Scout t of Green Cove were held at ; a sister. Mrs. Edward
home last week. The services Arskog of New York; a brother -
:Miss: Powell, who is a Troop No. 24 will sell Christ-
4 followed cremation. She was !. Tom Bradley of Brooklyn
teacher at the Orange Park trees this at the
mas year corner -
1 a former cashier for United N. Y.; three grandchildren and
Methodist Church Sunday of Kingsley and Highway ... Aircraft Corp. v :! six great grandchildren.
School was graduated last
17 starting on Friday. Dec. :Mrs. Lynch leaves two Helm Funeral Home was in
spring at Orange Park High. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Luke,
Mrs.: Rod- of arrangements.
13th at 4 o'clock. daughters Dorothy charge
)\Ir. Kail, a graduate of of Doctors Inlet, announce 1Ltt1MRS. < .
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de Lander High School served They plan to have a selec- I
the engagement of their
three years in the Navy. He tion of Scotch Pine, Canadian {:.
is the Schoolof daughter, Linda, to Charles .., 1J<+_ I .h fJ I
now atending Spruce and real live Red Cedar. > .to.- ;; !: 8 D AAGGR'S
Real Estate in Jackson Hatcher, son of Mr. and Mrs.
The lot will be open every 'CUSTOMIZED" CAR IS
Edward Hatcher, of Middle- MELVYN BRYANMiss
ville.The wedding is tentative- day until December 23rd. I ( Judith Huntley) USUAU-Y FOUND A

scheduled for Feb. 1 at the Proceeds will be used for burg.The wedding is plannedfor Photo by Gerlach s+PAUPERIZE D"rPOP.!

Naval Air Station Chapel, camping equipment and sum-

NAS, Jacksonville. mer camp. \ I the seventh of December. Miss Judith Huntley Weds MelvynBryan .-, s'. vr S



On Thanksgiving Day i

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Miss Judith Ellen Huntley fect Love". For the benediction satin fashioned with a scooped
and Melvyn Arnold Bryan j 1 I Mrs. Lewis sang "The I neckline and bell shaped skirt. :
were united in marriage in a i I Lord's Prayer". i iI I I Her short veil was attached to I I

candlelight ceremony last II I The bride, who was given inI a matching headband and she
t.c Thursday, November twenty-,I marriage by her father, chose I.' carried a bouquet of bronze

eight, in the Orange Park I I a gown of bouquet taffeta and mums.

1 Methodist Church at 7:30 re-embroidered alencon lace,II I Serving as bridesmaids were flk
o'clock. The double ring cere-I featuring a scooped neckline Miss Edna Moore, Miss Kay

_ mony was performed by the i i with scalloped edge and three 1 1I I Smith and Miss Melba Ann

z Rev. Floyd Fish and The Rev.I I I quarter length sleeves. The Bryan, sister of the groom. II _
A. C. Van der Maaten of Green skirt was fashioned with a They wore gowns of avocado
N Cove. I paneled design in the front green identical to those of the OWR.1.ti,

'r .-. The bride is the daughter of with appliques of alencon lace honor attendant and they

_ at s ? .. Mr. and Mrs. William Ham- which fell into a full chapel carried bouquets of yellow I
: q qE qa3 mond Huntley of Orange I' train. The finger tip veil of mums. i

Park and the bride groom is silk illusion fell from a crownof Wanda Huntley, cousin of
Not always true! Someitmes our teen-agers have
the son of Mr. and Mrs. FrankP lace, seed pearls and crystal I the bride served as flower girl. I
J Bryan of Green Cove. I teardrops. She carried a I Hoyle Brown Jr., acted as joh; and savings accounts and pay their own way.

Prior to the ceremony a pro- white prayer book centered best man. The ushers were I Teen-ajers, start your savings account now.KEYSTONE .
gram of wedding music was with feathered carnations and Julian Johnson. Edwin Bradley -

presented by the organist :Mrs.: white rosebuds.Mrs. Jr.. Earl Bryan and Roger

Patricia Vandever and Mrs.' James D. Culpepper. Bryan, brothers of the groom.A I
Jackie Lewis, as soloist. Vocal I I Jr., attended her sister as mat- reception followed at the
selections included "Song-.of ron of honor. She wore a
I i Lions Club following which :
Ruth" and Barnby's "O Per ; street length gown of lustre I the couple left on a brief hon- !' MEMBER F. D. I. C. HEIGHTS
THE FRIENDLY BA'.K IN THE FRiENOLY cO..U'.Ty
eymoon. I
They will reside in Gaines-
ville.

"Accentuate the Positive'

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CHOP

Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land Present ComedyThe S/ns/airl

With the old swimming hole nearby DOWN .Az

from terms. Junior class of Orange
Tracts $575. up. Easy I
Park High School will present
See Us for your Real Estate Needs "The Sky Is The Limit- 3- HEATING

S. E. McKAYKeystone I act Dec.comedy 7 and 8 at at 8 the o'clock Orange on BILLS SinciqirLevel

Park Elementary School.
Phone 473-4816
Heights
The play, with a cast of 13, out your heating costs even In the peak winter
revolves around a too-efficient i I months. Change now to Sinclair's Monthly Payment Plan

the Pick of Santa's Pack'Phones father, a scstter-brainedmoth- that Jets you spread payments over an easy, convjpfent
4 er, a silent cheerleader and a period. No interest or carrying charges.
grandmother who Is about to SINCLAIR HEATING OIL with RD-llflR corrosion inhibitor -

CLAUDE'S' COBBLER SHOP elope. It is directed by Alyn helps you cut down heating bills because it tents rust
lighten work all through the house, all through Year '[ Waters, with Robert C. Ruppdirecting and corrosion, gives you more heat, cleaner l&at per
'I 1712 U. S. HIGHWAY No. 17 publicity- : Luther I dollar. '

The little light-up Princess phone, lovely in any of five colors, Now SERVING Riggs acting as technical W.1 BURNER SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner service

saves space at-bedside or chair-side. Orange Park, Green Cove, Middleburg rector: and Mrs. Freida men are skilled prompt, dependable.

The desk set saves time and steps in den or family room-any room I and surrounding areas. hart in charge commit of the costume I I PRINTED METER DELIVERY; TICKETS
and make-up :
where family makes and takes calls. The Fl*_t ferrlr I_ RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKfor
your SHOE REPAIR Members of the cut are:I
The handy wall phone hangs out of the way in kitchm or workshop, DYEING Lester Habben Lynne Hessey, QUICK SERVICE

makes phoning more convenient. LUGGAGE .HE-STYLIXG.. HAND BIG R, PMR Linda Duncan. Cheryl Camp- COVERING: ... !J
Douville LInda '
To order your Christmas extension, just caB the Telephone ORTHOPEDIC SHOE ACCESSORIES CORRECTIONS- bell night Lobert Barry Kryspin. Rose MTDDLEBURG 4, ORANGE PARK:

Company Business Office or ask your telephone man. IF THE SHOE FITS REPAIR IT Graves. David McCaf fity. Mar- PENNEY FARMS_ DOCTORS INLBT

tin Hill Lester Curless. Gena GREEN COVE SPRINGS and SURROUNDING AREAS
M.... R. .1-- fir. Pk. 34-441 Graves. I
Timmer and Martha

T '>'l'J' Southern'i.De" Clay Oil Corp.

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'! OP LIONELLA FASHION SHOW 1 MAIL EARLY! I Clay Hospital


"Holidays Bells in Festive Joan Woodbury Dorothy San- Auxiliary News
I County postmasters have offered or if they are undliverable,
Susan Krauss and
Fashions, presented by Jean dridge
( these helpful hints on they will be reutrned to you S k The Executive Board of theWoman's
Jowers Fashions to the Or- featured Mr. Scootch (Jean .
how to mail your Christmas for correction of your mining : Auxiliary of the Clay
ange Park Lionellas, Wednes- Jowers dog). Eleanor Center ,
cards and gifts to insure list. Also remembr you can Memorial Hospital met last
day evening. Nov. 20, was well acted as commentator.There .
prompt and safe delivery before write personal messages onlyon Monday evening in the Hospital -
attended. -- were. 30 door prizes
December 25th.If Christmas Aux111aryroom..
cards sent
S by
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The models were: Shirley donated by merchants in the
: you use the new five cent I First Class mail. Nothing but i cap
Murphy Mary Huntley Kitty area. The Roto-Broil Cooker- The Birthday calendars
Walker Rosene Gregory Sher- Fryer was won by Mr.Calif ano Christmas Tree stamps on your signature is authorized on tt HR."s 4 : (which many have been asking
your Christmas cards they will 'I'cards sent at the unsealed. z
rie Halford. Betty Joe Prevatt, Among the other winners were about) will be on sale some-
be sorted and delivered first Third Class rate.Postmasters .
Meg Rogers, Brenda Gorski -- time next week for 25c. They
and if you include your return warn against
and Kathy Spargo. will be available from any auxiliary -
NO BENNETTPTA Music during the fashion address with your ZIP Code careless packing of your pre j; member. Proceeds from
number each card envelope cious Christmas gifts. He
on
saysit
MEETINGThe show was provided by the Nice this sale will be used toward
will be forwarded in the is unbelievable how
they some ,
House of Music of Jacksonville. the Coleman Flame Photo-
Charles E. Bennett event of a change of address. people fail to use strong cartons -
Following the program refreshments ___ Meter which the auxiliary has
School PTA will not have its heavy wrapping paper
served.
were purchased for use in labora-
meeting and sturdy cord when r
scheduled monthly packing
The Lionellas are pleased LETTERS TO SANTA tory work.
The organizationwill their gifts for mail-
tonight. precious
with the success of the fashion .
have a brief business show, and are grateful to Mrs. Kiddies of Clay County! ing. He requests that you take The Auxiliary is also selling -

session preceding the Jowers and her models, and tq Santa Claus is waiting for special care in packing break- ( Christmas cards. Don't

Christmas program to be the merchants of the area who your letter. If you write able gifts mark the cartons forget the Used Stamps. Be

presented on Dec. 17. contributed so generously to him before the 15th of De- "Fragile" "Handle With sure to leave an edge around

cember at: Care" and be sure to put an r the stamp so that it can be
make the affair a success.
I i i Santa Claus extra label carrying the re ..... .' .5 taken off the envelope without

4 CLAY HIGH BASKETBALL I CLAY HIGH P-TA North Pole 99701 cipient's and your name and : ir injuring the stamp. They may

Clay High Girls' Varsity 1 TO HOLD MEETING (don't forget that Zip address inside of every pack- k kw ,...-y": .. .i xrs ; .. -' ___ ___ be deposited in boxes at the
Basketball team plays Keystone The Clay High School P-TA Code!) age.They a .> --- \. \, S, Green Cove and Keystone Post

at Green Cove, Friday, will hold their December meet- You will be sure to get also said "By giving Offices or at Clay Memorial.

5:30 pan., and Lake City at ing on Monday, Dec. 9th at an answer. You must be special attention to your This is a worthy project -

Green Cove Saturday at 5:30. 8 o'clock in the school cafe- sure to include your Zip Christmas mailings right now, ; L support it.

torium.A by being sure that your mail-
Code number in your return
The hospital Auxiliary is
program of music Is ing lists are up-to-date and
address because it is a long
anxious to
FOR SALE planned by members of the way from the North Pole by planning your mailings so \ grow. There are
in which be
may ways you can
High school band. that you send out your cards T
and
to Clay County
Owner you
By useful to this organization. If
and packages in groups, rather -
know how fast Zip Codes
? have few
't hours
you a month
10' x 50' 2 Bedroom GCS JAYCEES TO than all at one time, you'llbe \ a
work. ., ; you would like to give to others
;
Mobile Home. SELL CHRISTMAS TREES The following are the Zip certain that all your Christ- :: \
call Mrs. Charles Helm <284-<
madeof The Green Cove Springs mas greetings and gift pack- >- :: j \t < >>
21 code numbers for Clay .
payments << : 9696) or Mrs. Gladys Phillips
t., '> <
:
Jaycees will sell Christmas ages reach their destinations : < \,
County: "
(284-43142) for information
6950. trees on the lot next to Brun- Green Cove 32043 before Christmas.The .
concerning membership. Do
$150.00 Down sons Furniture Store beginningon cooperation of all busi-
32073 1e
Park
Orange -
it today!
and assume balance. Dec. 12th. I ness firms to delay the mail-
Middleburg 32068 ... :
Call 284-3333 They expect to have a large I Penney Farms-32079 ing of circulars and catalogs $' <<

selection of trees this year so Keystone Hts.-32656 until after December 25th to ;

12-5,12-c I remember Buy your tree I Doctors Inlet 32030 keep the mails clear for the 1' ; Rummage Sale FridayThe

from a Jaycee. Christmas rush, is asked.
O O A .(Order of Am-

aranth) will hold a RummageSale

on the V. I. A. Patio on

Friday. December 6th start-

FREE FLASHFUN OUTFIT BY Kodak WITH THE PURCHASE OF THE EXCITING NEW. ':MRS. SLATER PHIL ROBERTSON JR. ing at 9 o'clock.
i
(Miss Shirley Cecile Ashe)


SOUTHERN 1 + 1 CROflII -(Photo by Hanson's) I Murrhee


Miss Shirley Cecile Ashe Is Married Insurance AgencySee




I CLOUD 0' COMFORT R -. CJr To Slater P. Robertson Jr.Miss t 0 >IRt



m{ Shirley Cecile Ashe and inn a street length dress fashioned I Mr. and Mrs. Slater Phil
Mattress Set
Slater Phil Robertson, Jr.. were with a pink velvet bodice Robertson Jr. will reside in the
FEATURING -- united in marriage at the having a scooped neckline and I'Cardwell Apartments in Ft. : RICHARD MURRHEE

' l Ward's Creek Community short sleeves. The white satin i Walton Beach after a wedding Mew JUI

'I KODELL Church on Saturday Novem- skirt fell in soft pleats and a ; trip to West Florida. I Phone 473-4786

Kodak Hrd ber twenty-third. The Rev. white satin bow was an accentat
POLYESTER ?-M*
;*j George Brinkman, performed the waistline. Her head- .j. -: :-: : : :-:-:-:-::;'-: -H-H----r-: -H 1 : : 1 : :f

High resiliency Extra comfort Luxury feel Shape retention { the double ring ceremony. piece was a pink velvet bow I.f I
.f I
Non-shifting Lightweight Non-allergenic *iJUfH t i-, The bride is the daughter of 'I with a circular veil. She
lbs aS -. ,, b t 4J Mrs. Albert L. Rush Jr., Or- ned a nosegay of pink and I PHNLCOi I

You'll be the picture angedale and the late Clifton white carnations. I
Ashe. Mr. and Mrs. Slater P. Miss Bonnie Robertson Sister -

Robertson Sr. Green Cove of the bridegroom. Miss ,

Springs are parents of the Sharon Lamer, cousin of the
t ofcornfort..whenyou wf.wi atlt I Xi
bridegroom.Mrs. bride, and Miss Deborah Stew- f I

art were bridesmaids. Their 1 i ) '1"" I
: William H. Stevens, l 'itil 'i13\t-g
sleep on a gowns were identical to the ;
i\\
pianist played traditional
nup- :
D 'J '-"c-.YI'II'J :.. :F Fft
tial and matron of honor's but had red f :
music accompanied I
Cloud 0' Comfort soloist Paul Perry. velvet bodices. Their head- +
pieces were red velvet bows
The bride, who was escortedby +
I' -
with circular veils. They carried -
her step father, Albert X
Pillow-Puff (float
Quilted-you literally on
?
hundreds of individual cushions. Felt can't shift y. Bush Jr.. wore a formal L.I' nosegays. of red and white'carnations. |

I or lump!' peau de soie and lace I :: 3;
The moulded lace bodice Leslie Simmons was flower ;
.
.Resilient Multi-Coil INNERSPRING UNITforfirm designed with a scalloped girl and Clarence Bearden Jr., I I
sa-
a
,resilient support! (
nephew of the bridegroom was -
brina neckline, edged with Neeer.e r.wn
Beautiful, Quilted Cover-quilted to KODEL ; pearls and sequins and tap- ring bearer. j'X' IFSTAIlT J f

for that wonderful comfo.t'PolyLux James Robertson served a.- '. X
ered long sleeves ending in ; = i
Posture Pad-for added firmness!' .. calla lily points over the wrists. I his brother's best man. The >:: IN 3 3.1
I I J
.Fresherized 1 All cotton felt chemically treatedto The voluminous skirt was accented ushers were Bruce Robertson, I!f:i:: Upright FREEZER f
I .
: PHILCO URD36
stay fresh.resist mildew,moisture and bacteria. $9990 with pearl embroideredlace brother of the bridegroom, and i
Hods! 28 Ibs1O
Irving and Earle Ashe cousinsof j : !
.Crush-Proof Vertical Stitch Border Flashfun Outfit! appliques and the back ; DOOR :
I I the bride. I I.S_ REFRIGERATOR 'sa sa rt shee AAa. :r
terminated in
circular
a lace
4 Handles! .:. Including Door Shelves :
After the church ceremony, a
trimmed NET
chapel train.
-' %" bride's elbow length veil The of 4;i', reception was held in the Or- :j: 13.8 cu. ft. WESUFactory: ,. .j;

pure silk illusion was attached 'I angedale home of Mr. and Mrs.'I'II t' / ti

FREE! : the perfect Christmas gift !! FREE to and a coronet pearls of enhanced iridescent braid with Fred aunt W.of the Lanier bride.rRINTING Jr... uncle and Supervised Service on i

: small iridescent flowers with I PHILCO TV's AXI APPLIANCES !

Exciting new snapshots by Kodak .in a colorful outfit including everything you need to get rhinestone centers. She carrieda J +

*io50 irmApproximate M snapshots of all your good times! The new Hawkeye Flashfun outfit makes snapshooting fun for everyone!It's cascade bouquet of white carnations 1 ;

: j.. ? r versatile! as well as handsome.You get 12 shots on a roll of 127 film...in black and white or color! Built-in rosebuds and steph- i ii
anotis cenered with a white .
premium value e ultra-small flash holder and clip on adjustable neck strap.Large optical eye-level viewfinder. No needy I
FREE'
including outfitdeveloping t ) orchid.
5 *to f focus eIther-you just aim and shoot'! .Outfit also I includes batteries f for flash holder and 6 flash ,E
I Mrs. Michael La Riccia.
;This ridpnnhni specialpremium '' fc'bulbs,.plus a roll of Kodak Verichrome Pan Film!Get your Flashfun outfit FREE with your purchase cousin of the bride was mat- CTMMI FOR p'THE. ;BEST try the!.CR. Ic-1; I

offer of the exciting new Cloud 0'Comfort mattress and box spring!Supply is limited,so hurry! ron of honor. She was gowned j PRESS INC. The price l*" right. i
.
is made only I to :: "
states residents where of those such ,. _- ...- *: -. It's made by KODAK/so you know I ifs good!I 10 LB

offers are not prohibited. .. WE'll EVEN DEVELOP YOUR FIRST ROLL OF FILM FREEH!!

or taxed by law. : :'. .;: .Each Flashfun outfit contains a free offer to process your first roll of film! PLUMP JUICYTurkey I

Cotney Tire Service I


Cor. Park & King Jacksonville

Phone: t.V 9-3027 or EV 4-6491


Hart Furniture Company TIRE : -S. Y: WITH PURCHASE :



29 \Walnut Street Green Cove Sprint RE-CAPPING of

Phone 284-5211

EASY TERMS/FREE DELIVERY WITHIN 100 MIl.Es.F RETREADINGREPAIRING Phileo

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.
r -1' From the smallest to the LARGEST!

F r .
Distributor Miller Tires Autolite Batteries REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER

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4 and isORANGE

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S $4995EACH PARK Brunson Furniture Co. if

Sinclair Station Road Service

25 Magnolia Avenue Green Cove Sprint. Fla.
195 U. S. Highway 17 Phone %"-31 : I Phone 2S4-3SS3 P. O. Box 93


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'- .H' To telephone news items, or for other purposes.
(..., : Green Cove and Penney Farms subscribers

;: \! re en (HoUe e W t call GCS 284-3166. -

d Orange Park Middleburg: and Jacksonville
3 subscribers call 264-6751

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1 Jr.Club Woman's:Meeting\ I Van der Maaten Kin Promoted I Green Cove SocialsCol. I William Lee Knight "M


The Junior Woman's Club Services for William Lee 1 and Billy Knight; four daughters -
and Mrs. E. R. Autry Middleburg home. Among Miss Sandra Stump spent I i
will hold a meeting on Friday I
1 I ,
z Knight chief deputy sheriff of I Mrs. J. K. Bradley Mrs.
r'r'r returned to their home in their guests were their son the Thanksgiving week-end I.
afternoon Dec.5th, at 2 o'clockat ,, Clay County for 29 years, were J. W. Williams Mrs. John
Tampa, after spending Mr. and Mrs. William Saun- from Piedmont College with
the home of Mrs. Jack
!i held last Thursday at Hickory Rader and Mrs. Frank Morea;
Saam, president, to make plans t Thanksgiving with Mrs. Daisy ders and four children, of with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Grove Baptist Church.Mr. a sister. Mrs. A. J. Moody; and
for their Christmas Party. Fisher. They are summer Gainesville; their daughter, W. Burch Stump. Sandy act-I I
who died last seven grandchildren.
neighbors of Mrs. Fisher's in Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alvarez and ed in her capacity as "Miss night
at the Green Tuesday, Nov. 26. after a long Honorary pall bearers were
Boone. N. C. her family of Middleburg; Clay County"
STOP ARTIIRITISVEEK
old. Sheriff John P. Hall and the
illness was 72 years
Lance Corporal and Mrs. Rob- Cove Orange Park Game on
Pamphlets on arthritis are Rev. A. D. Martin deacons of both the Hickory
Day when sha The pas-
Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Harris ert Saunders of Charleston. Thanksgiving
available in Green Cove at tor of the Hickory Grove Grove Church and of his son's
balLMr.
their grandson Francis, and S. C.. and Mrs. Saunder'smother handed out the opening
Mayhugh's, Bradley's and the Church, and the Rev. Gordon church in Middleburg.
Mrs. Olivia Graham, of Win- Mrs. S. J. Hammock
Parkway drug stores. I Gordon N. Craig minister of Active pall bearers were J. P.
ter Haven went to Prattville, of Live Oak. I and Mrs. Leonard Murphy -
Free distribution of the pam- the First Methodist Church of Hall Jr.. Richard Sapp Jay
I
Ala., last Wednesday to visit and their children Linda
phlets marks Stop Arthritis Green Cove, officiated at the Daniels, Floyd Saunders, and
Mrs. Marlin Harris, Jr., and :Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Saam had Carol, Martha Jean and Tim-
Week which is being observed Ronald Brooker.
their grandsons, Donovan and as their guests over the othy, went to Dothan Ala.. services. I
throughout the state,accordingto Marlin. I I week- He leaves his widow Mrs. Interment was In Hickory
week-end her the Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving over
Mrs. Chauncey Moore, pres- I Pearl night; two sons The j Grove cemetery. Helm Funeral -
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.J. end to visit their parents Mrs.
ident of the Green Cove VIA Home in of
Rev. Bobby Knight, pastor of II i was charge ar-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Saunders Mr. and Mrs.
and
L. Reid of Valdosta. \w I Bell Murphy
Womans "Club. I spent Thanksgiving at their I, 1I I Roberson. I the Middleburg Baptist Church, rangements.

The pamphlets point out r-' A: I ___ ___ ..._ _0 _0 ._o __ __ __
; ", %
that Floridians spend $7,000,00 !'
< < s x 'r* TrtT.ak->* -' k- k- --*-- -- -- -
i
annually for fraudulent cures VQ g[ gi>Ts ='B i'c ia


of arthritis CHURCH diseases.and NOTICE other rheumatic i : Crescent Photo by Gear Koza Only 1 17 Shopping Days Left Until ChristmasA


I Walter R. Bowman, whose wife is the former Roberta A SUGGESTION TO YOU FELLOWS ABOUT g
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Van der Maaten, daughter of the Rev. C. E. Van der Maaten
SOCIETYCor. 'I and Mrs. Van der Maaten, has been promoted to the ratingof THAT CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR YOUR fl

E. Houston St. & gunner's mate chief in the Navy. r "DISIIA'SIIF.R.11T TO GIVE HER A il?
N. Magnolia Ave. 'I Chief Bowman assigned to the USS Jonas Ingram at Personal
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Mayport was formally initiated with 16 fellow chiefs at the F, GIFT SHE'LL LOVE YOU FOR EVERY DAY
FLORIDA Charleston Naval Shipyard where his ship is undergoin-
OF THE YEAR
Services held Sundayat repairs.
11 lie served in the Pacific during World War II, and duringthe TV
a. m.
Subject: Korean War on the Battleship Missouri. In 1960 he was FOR Give Her A I
GOD THE ONLY CAUSE assigned to the Green Cove Naval Station. It was duringhis 6 A
assignment there that he met and married Miss Van der _
AND CREATORDEC.
8th Maaten. 1964 = : $,99m95
A cordial invitation is extendedto The Jonas Ingram is scheduled to leave shortly for dutyat GENERAL ELECTRIC I IModel
Guantanamo Bay. Later it will make an extended visitto
attend our services.
foreign waters.
0 l iVi\ ? 0. I
Lightest Brightest / ,

ft I Adv. No. M110Y 6 Months Free Service !l\Ii'7@\ wLJ..1@! l\.JL1ffi\ I !lQJ

"Beer drinking:," accordIng -
to Dr. M. O. Rouse,
He//la president of the Texas Medical AUTOMATIC TIC DISHWASHER |

Assn., "is the open door GENERAL ELECTRIC
Funeral Home
through which many young Pre.rlnses...washes..dnes... |J
people enter to be forever 1 i

CHARLES HELM shackled by alcohoL" M 4 PORTABLE TV while you do more important things. Il

"Woe unto him that giv-
k c t Funeral Director eth his neighbors drink." : I BIG 19"SQUARE CORNEa I

lIeb., II, 15. ..

Phone 284-9696 This Space Contributed by : : SCREEN ( ):::::: 70

GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA The to Crescent the Iki-0 I
:
POWER TRANS-
Ii\ T. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 445 I Green Cove WCTU i FULL \ /

FORMER CHASSIS I


BUILT IN TELESCOPING
,rode, -r

PAM 202Y ANTENNA


.. ;.\.v.; '.S. vJxry.';.tid.:v't v\:;:.y; .;;,:; Mit wvM:,: ':\ -i $129.95 6 MONTHS PARTS & i
+
v I SERVICE WARRANTY -


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i NO PAYMENTS TILL MARCH ON ANY PURCHASE | iI


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i COLORFUL WITH A m COLOR TV 1

\ \ ,lahaaaa.an\\.ha:.,... ....... +\N w ,arvjA at .. .. :,, .....,. ...... ;........ .. ;
if ONE YEAR PICTURE TUBE AND
;
PARTS WARRANTY -- %F
ww, Made// U
;i : I SIX MONTHS SERVICE I f SP 102. il

EASY TUNING FOR COLOR OR !l'I

BLACK AND WHITE j7 Ci NEEDS NO INSTALLATION

.ROLLS ON WHEELS!
'I BUY YOUR COLOR TV ...
)l
i Famous G-E Cushioned
FROM A DEALER WITH ::: Washing O Vinyl
Action leaves dishe. "
Here's why you'll tell other people you like it. I 8 YEARS' EXPERIENCE SELLING sparkling service for holds 12 NEMA
'I
pg AND SERVICING COLOR TV ;-;;:-:!. Model No Hand-Rinsing? or i
Wide-Track,for instance.Wide-Track is what make the '64 Pontiac so thoroughly likeable. M920YEB Scraping, "FlushFIILLERTO. -
S ". Drain" O Luxury Appearance
does with around Frankly, couldn't think of anything radical away pumps
away tilting your way turns. we soft food particles with satin-white

Pontiac's smoother, quieter ride is another to do with this car. Oh, we made the styling server top

thing you might point out. A big 389cubiceven more stylish, as you can plainly see. I $449.95 GENERAL ELECTRIC ,0" i
$ ,
inch Trophy V-8.*is standard "in each and We lavished even more care on the interiors. H only l $14 00

every Pontiac. You get to choose from 34 We even improved the light bulbs.But as for ..

engine/transmission teams to harness all 1 that more vital things,why change? Improve,re- I. Ultra-Color TV

power. (Happy choosing!) 'fine, sharpen-yes. Change-no. And you G6EENCOYE1'IIO'E' 'fII

Now then-on to more of the things that can.tell.that to your friends. t.
t 24 NORTH
SEE THE ONLY DEAIE1 WHO Salt THE WIDE-TKAOC CARS-YOU* AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEAlER -6
284-4044

ORANGE AYE I
'
ORORANGE

'. GREEN COVE PARK I


Van Ness Bwck Pontiac Inc. t SPRINGS 2649565ariarl :
-

.' .f" i TV APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE I

:
430 Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Fla._ $1I

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THURSDAY DECEMBER 5. 1963 Clay( (County! (Eresccut PAGE SEVEN




LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
_.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF : },
TAX. DEEDS ,,
r :
I 1M.18. FoS. THE FOURTH JUDICIAL : .

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .......... .. ., .,... .. :, l
O< ":>.. ... ....x. > .."' ,0<,. '" ..,'" -X'" ... , ", :,..". .,
that W. E. Tyre .the holder of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR :. .,
:: : : ..?: 0. ; : .. '- '': '
: .> \
?
the following certificates has ; } : :r < \t., ? ::
filed said certificates for a tax CLAY COUNTY FLA.
deed to be Issued thereon. The .
certificate numbers and years of IN CHANCERY NO. 3700 I
issuance, the description of the .
property and the names in which SOUTH BROOKLYN
it was assessed are as follows: '
1 I Certificate No. 90. SAVINGS BANK 4
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS TRADING POST Year of Issuance June 1. 1961.
Description of Property: a corporation
Lots 3 & 4 Blk. 10 as Rec.
in O. R. No. 6 Page 32 Flem-
MILBERGER INLET MARINAMERCURY CAREY'S TRADING POST ing Island Estates S/D Sec- Plaintiff
i tion 38. Township a Range vs. r
WE BUY SELL TRADE 26E.
Name in whkh assessed:
REFRIGERATION & JOHNSONENGINES Three locations: James T Summerall.All LOIS M. LEMIUEX a/k/a _
of said iproperty being in
15 E.Palmer St.,Ph.284-3280 the County of Clay. State of LOIS M. LEMIEUX __

c SERVICEAIR CROSBY BOATS Warehouse & antiques-old Florida.Unless such certificate or cer- Defendant.
ficates shall be redeemed according -
EE-ZY TRAILERS Gym Bldg., S. Orange Ave. to law the property described NOTICE OF SUIT

CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE "BIG TOP" tentBlandingBlvd. in suoh certificate or
certificates will be sold to the TO: LOIS M. Lemiuex a/k/a
REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR highest bidder at the court house
.
at Ridgewood door on the first Monday in Lois M. Lemieux
HEATING SERVICE Hwy. 17 Orange Park Month of January 1964. which Is
Furniture
and at
appliances the 6th day of January 1964.
9 S. Palmetto Street Phone CO 4-9835 8tfc Dated this 15th day of November You Lois M. Lemiuex also
bargain prices
1963. known as Lois M. Lemieux, are
Home Phone 284-9780 George L. Carlisle
Clerk of Circuit Court of hereby notified that a complaint ,

Business Phone 281-9581 BEVERAGES Clay County. Florida I I to foreclose a certain
HAIRCUTS
Put. 11-21. 28. 12-5. 12. 1963 mortgage of the following described -

real property to-wit:

TV APPLIANCE PAUL'SAll Lot TwentY-nine (29),
We give LEGAL NOTICE INTERAMA FROM THE AIR Artist's conception shows the proposed huge 680-acre
Block Three (3), MEAD-
SERVICEWe "FirstHaircut"Certificates project on Biscayne Bay, Miami, Florida. Tall structure in center of the lagoon is INTERAMA'S -
Legal Beverages IX TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY OWBROOK, Unit Two (2).
1,000'foot Freedom Tower. Body of water in background is the Atlantic Ocean.
JUDGE CLAY. COeXT1.'LORIO according to plat thereof.recol.ded ,
Repair All Brands
Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M.
\., I> PROBATE.In in Plat Book 6,

Servicing Clay CountyFor Duval County Line ALL HAIRCUTS-SI.00 re; Estate of pages 12 and 13. of the
Sixteen Years ELSIE MAY REED
North of Orange ParkUPIIOLSTERL"'lG Deceased. current public records of
Orange Park Ph. 2649565FULLERTON'S Orange Park Barber Shop NOTICE TO CREDITORS Clay County. Florida.
To All Creditors and Persons
Hrs. 8:30 ajn. to 6:30 p.m. Having Claims or Demands YOURFLORIDA
Against Said Estate: has been filed against you and 'OW PURE WHITE o

same location for over 15 years by You notified and each and of required you are to here pre- you are hereby required to S r WITH BLACK

24 N. Orange Ave. KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 sent any claims and demands serve a copy of your answer or WING T1PSIZF '

have which against you, or the either estate of you of Elsie may pleading to the complaint on GOOr' $ LESS
Green BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP OWTIW
Cove Spgs. 284-4044
May Reed, deceased late of said the plaintiff's attorneys 3 FEET
MILK DELIVERY County, to the County Judge of
Complete Auto & Furniture Clay County Florida, at his office Marks Gray. Yates Conroy & LOWS WING
in the courthouse of said
UPHOLSTERING Upholstering County at Green Cove Springs. Gibbs. 231 East Forsyth Street w- SPREAP LESS

1400 W. Idlewild Ave. W. D. MorrisDistributor Florida within six calendar Jacksonville. Florida and file THAN 5 FEET
months from the time of the first
FREE ESTIMATESALL Ph. 284-3505 publicaton of this notice Two the original answer or plead- ;. WBIC5HTSNOWS g
of each claim
copies demand
or
Cove Cove Springs Florida shall be in writing, and shall ing in the Office of the Clerkof AVEFU E S lBS
WORK GUARANTEED state place of residence and post the Circuit Court in and for
Free Estimates All Jersey Milk office address of the claimant
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY and shall be sworn to by the Clay County. Florida on or before -
Free Pick-up and Delivery
claimant his agent or attorneyand
the 30th day of December,
accompanied by a filing fee
For :
Handle Any and All of Yoni of one dollar and such claim or 1963. If you fail to do so,
demand not so filed Shall be void. .
Upholstery Needs!
Archie PadgettOn HOME DELIVERYCALL Carroll :\Wright judgment by default will be
HAROLD BAXLEY As adminltratorUh! the taken for the relief
Kingsley Ave.. Just Will Annexed of Elsie May against you
Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs. Reed deceased. demanded in the complaint.This .
East of
Hwy. 17 EDWIN" BAXLEYSon 264-9949 or 284-3166 Pub. 11-14, 21. 28. 12-5. 1963
notice snail be publishedonce
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213
and Upholsterer 4 yrs.
each week for four con-
Orange Park Fla. AND BLUES ARZ 1 ,'
E. A. HUMMEL LEGAL NOTICE secutive weeks in the Clay

Upholsterer 6 yrs. County Crescent. UNCOMMON VISITORS TO

I* THE CIRCUIT: COURT OK FLORIDA FROM. OCTOBER: JIJ.,
LEGAL NOTICE CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ELECTRICALAtlas SIGN PAINTING IN CHANCERY DONE AND ORDERED AT TO MARCH USUALLYSEEN ''f

I :>: 0. 3734 Green Cove Springs, Clay IN COMPANY OF _
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MARGUERITE REBECCA -
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Electrical & Mechanical QUALITY the Notice undersigned is hereby under given the pro-that v:!!. Plaintiff of November 1963. GOOSE BLUE GOOSE BLUE GoS

CompanyWe visions of chapter 865.09.: Lawsof HOWARD HOLMES CAMBURN. L. HAS WHITE HEAP AMP ..
George Carlisle
Florida Acts of 1957. will register Defendant
do all types of electrical SIGN PAINTIINGLEE with the Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE OF IITTHE Clerk Circuit Court. GRAY BROWN OtY.SI\ME'\
STATE OF FLORIDATO
Court in and for Clay : SIZE A5 SNOW G005c
wiring. County. State of Florida upon HOWARD HOLMES CAJIBURN Clay County Florida.By .
WARNER
receipt of proof of publicationof Railroad Aenue'Varetown.
this notice the Fictitious New Jersey : Grace M. Carlisle Fl.Ol/PA GAME A//O FLESH WATER FISH COMMSSolflHODles
RAY SIIIPP... :a 305* Jjlendeningr Road name of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
Fla. J. Q. TIRE SERVICE FIED that a suit has been filed
Orange Park. Deputy Clerk
Owner and Manager /SignedJesse Qulgley Jr. against you in the above entitled

Phone 284-9228 Phone 264-6316 I Pub. 12-5. U, 19, e 6, 1963 cause and to serve you are upon hereby plaintiff's required Pub. 11-28 12-5 12. 19. 1963

attorney whose name and address
appear hereon. your written -
defenses, if any to the bill LEGAL NOTICE Abound with
Potential
of complaint in said suit copy of

with which, on is or delivered before December to. you here-16, NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND

I I C L2fI Sill II ]f.4\1ID II IIFOR A. D. 19VHerein fail- not or decree pro TO WHOM IT MAY


confesso bill for of! complaint.THE the will relief be entered. prayed againstyou in the CONCERN Pursuant: to Chapter 22079of Poisons AMA Official Warns

NATURE OF SAID SUIT
the laws of Florida of 1941 -
.
BEING FOR DIVORCE. Children supposedly l "safe at .. ,.,.
WITNESS hand and the
my the following described land
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are poisoning
SALE 2 bedroom, broom FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom maid house- ..:Jj; {;qf. -
WANTED or Springs Florida, this 12th day situate and being in Clay the of .
rate nearly 1,500 a day. -
house with new Fla.room house newly painted inside and keeper-mother's helper. Live of November GEORGE A.L D.CARLISLE 1963. II County Florida When you consider that f..,.-,........ r-- R

& garage. Asbestos siding. out, reasonable, large yard appliances in; six in family; 1). days off. Clerk Circuit Court Lot 9 Block 31. Lake Geneva more than a quarter million \' .

Priced for Quick sale, owner furnished. Call Penney $25 weekly. Phone Orange (COURT Bv Grace SEAL)M. Carlisle home-used products on the market M s 1i tal s

being transferred. Tel. Hog- 'arms, 5298211. 20tfc Park CO 4-9989. 12-5 12 c .. C. GORDIE.Deputy ClerkR. I I will be offered at public sale contain toxins it is not dif .! ':: ,!

gatt GCS 284-3849. 10-3-tfc, Attorney for Plaintiff ,, to the highest bidder for cash ficult to understand why more : ;-f' .
Address: Bank Building than 500 children die each '. .. '
FOR RENT-5 room house-2 Green Cove Springs. Florida at the front Court House door from self-administered -" .- ... -
1 Pub. 1114. 21. 28. 12-3. 1963Sparky in Green Cove Floridaon year .t-
FOR SALE Two bedroom blocks from river on Hibernia Springs poisons," said F. J. L. Blasin-

house good condition kitchen route 2 miles north of Green WANTED Citizens interested December 20. 1963. at elev- game; M.D., executive vice- i 7 ) I Iu

equipped opposite Bennett 1 Cove Springs. $52.00 month. i personally or financially, en o'clock A. M.; free and clearof president of the American Med-

SchooL Nice garage. Under Phone 284-3289 after 4:00 p.m. in building a 2-party system of all liens except as to drainage ical Association.

7000. Will finance. Elwood 1024tfcFOR I government in Clay County liens or liens for general Children are naturally curious -

Johnson Phone 284-6652. Res. under the banner of Barry I taxes of any other taxing district especially the very young

Goldwater. Needed: workers which by general law are ones. They are prone to stick
305 South Magnolia (opposite RENT Three 50x120 I into their mouths anything they

Yarn Mill) 11-21-tfc i foot trailer lots. Shade patios and money. Contact Harold of equal dignity with county can get in their hands.It doesn t

iI I and city water. Butcher's G. Hill by mail at Doctors Inlet says: and municipal liens of general even have to taste good or look
I
I Trailer Park V mile South ; by phone at Middleburg taxes. pretty."

FOR SALE Farmall Cub of Hilltop on Oakridge. 282-5110. 10-10 tf pWANTED l Board of CountyCommissioners Most accidental poisoningsoccur .
in children under five. 4k \
tractor; very little used excellent 12-5,12,19,26-p of

mechanical condition. .I i Clay County. Florida. Two-year-olds with are ODeearoldsclose the most poi- Medicines acwunt for..Marly Malt} if an accidental poisontoi- In United States

Complete with mounting WANTED TO RENT with I I By George L. Carlisle son prone behind. At this stage in tack J.... Discard mused medicine and keep rest lat if dl dnI', reacft.
j Clerk Circuit Court.
disc hold1ers
cultivators
frame possible option to buy modern life their curiosity is at its

ers turn plow, Woods 54** rotary 3 or 4 Bedroom House in Green 1128cPub. height and their sense of fear A primary cause of such accidents Among suggestions for lessening .

mower sickle bar mower Cove. P. o. Box 433, Green I 13IALE OR FEMALE wanted. 11-28. 125. 1963 not yet developed, Dr. Blasin- says Dr. Blasingame is the poisoning hazards in

and disc harrow. $595 for house-to-house canvass game explaineo. storing poisonous substances in the home Dr. Blasingame sug

quick sale. Call or write Vernon Cove. 12-5 tfc i one or two hours a day. WriteP. LEGAL NOTICE Mediclne.especially aspirin, food containers or soft drink gested:

Eddy PO Box 664 Phone I O. Box 578-M, Green Cove. r E4. c f f heads the list of items childrenseem bottles. A toddler just naturally Keep potential poisons out
\vASiLL: Old newspapers 10-17 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO to like to sample account- assumes that a soft drink of reach and tightly sealed.
c i
2843468. 11-28 C i land magazines, to be collected REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ing for nearly half of all accidental bottle contains a treat. Hell Never transfer toxic materials
i i iI!i Clean Check undersigned Notice is hereby given that the poisonings. In fact, too II drink whatever he finds in it. into household
under
i;i and sold by Den 1, Cub Scout the provisions! "
of 86 much of virtually medicinecan "The facts clear he utensi .
Corvair chapter .09 LAWS of Florida any are
FOR SALE 1960 I
Pack 149 of Dunbar High. Heating EquipmentOnce Acts of 19 7. will .
> register produce serious conse- warned. "Between 65 and 70 Don't leave your child
cash. with the Clerk of the Circuit I
700-series Sacrifice
; $750 Proceeds will for Christmas
go lIA.VA."TED to manage and Every Year!_ Court in and for Clay County. quences. per cent of all poisonings take: alone in a room in which
Call Lee Warner Orange Park party for underprivileged cblll State of Florida upon receipt of Among the supposed: non- place because an item was ac- you're working with poi

2646316.. 12-5 c dren. Please call Fred Douglas operate a retail Watkins Routein ___ 'proof notice of the publication Fictitious name of of this edibles that frequently. find cessible to a child. sons

1 I GCS 284-9466; will pick up. this area. Earnings of I[ rr Cat p it fin i (bet festal! I FUTURISTIC COINS their way into children s stom- "If were going to live in Give medicines only in a

FOR SALE 6-piece early I $125.00 per week from the very Pub./SignedJohn 1121. 28. 125.D.12.Goodwin 1913 achs are cleaning and polishing modern homes with modem lighted room.

Am.-style dining set couch, I COLORED WOMAN" wants beginning. Write Mr. McGari- agents, detergents, shoe polish conveniences and modem medicines If your child might have

'!: steady job 5 days a week ty. P. O. Box 627. Williston. BUY YOUR cosmetics waxes insecticides we have to developsome taken a poisonous substance
chairs coffee tables, bookcase, Likes : paint, turpentine chalk up-to-date .standards that call your doctor for instructions
Monday through Friday. Florida.. 11-21 28, 12-5 c
lamps, etc. Call Richard i TREE FROMA I bleaches plant foods plaster will make home safe for our at once. Don't wait to see what
children. Call GCS %84-355.1
Greene: daytime GCS 284- JAYCEE perfume and decorations. children.'" happens.
11-28-c
5911; evening 2843458.WHOLESALE I

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. . . . . . . . . _.._._ . Club Alms to Build Leaders .Teacxi Responsibility
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furnish the retail accounts.
WE SUREHAVE HELLO MAAU OUR WOsIOERfuI HE'S A-OK AMD NOW Lars OUR CW'SFUN
PUHMTURE: DRR( GISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT ANO WE I NOMINATE II
You furnish auto time and a INOURCUJB. LEABMALOT 4HCLU8ISWORXiNi IDS *AM. SJtAAI rLLvoE COMPUTE OUKipwiMvW RCAUYCOINGTHAWIC5

minimum of $798. Cash to HAVEN'T MISSED TOOT COMMUNITY CLEAN WHAT CAN t FORNIM arcRas PLACES
AIR BASE FURNITURE CO. /AEETIMti YET. U* PftOJKCT. WOULD 10070 TO SAM
EASTERLING PHARMACY ;
cover inventory you handle, AMERICAN
Fine FurnitureCarpeting YOU LIKE TO HELP? HELVyi
part time. Appllancce OFFICE SUPPLY CO. il
Reliable Prescription Service :
OPPORTUNITY TO OWN Complete Home Furnishings

Your Business AOA3 IU.oscTelt Bird. Complete Cosmetic Dept. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner

Excellent EarningsFull Jacksonville EV 7-4619
Specialists in
Cameras FilmsPharmaceutical
Time routes open. Write
TRAILERS Office Supplies and
for interview giving name ad-
Needs Office Equipment i
dress and phone no., to Pacemakers and Homette w. T I

Mr. C. II. Smith Norris for Travel Sundries
Complete Line of Greeting .
Suite 214, Azar Trail Used Trailers-Bank Financing 1 1N.4io..11

3800 S. Tamiaml Trail 6017 Roosevelt Bird. 2832 Blandinr Blvd. Cards

Sarasota Florida BUTTS MOBILE HOMES, Inc.FV Jacksonville FV 8-0734 2655-57 Park St. Jacksonville .H L..dwilip eweds ,.,.... ty U. S.w.Nodal i...,......

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I-E"+ #' Car Dealer I ? i:.:.: Blue Devils Stampede RaidersMike



-t 0' -to Potentially a better balanced and somewhat stronger ball
YI m club than they were at the start of the season, the Clay High
+
Blue Devils ended the year with an impressive win over Coach
I 7T Wesley's Orange Park Raiders.
El Orange Park,led by 190 lb. fullback Jim Booth, started out
with a bang. With Booth and a pair of fast halfbacks the
i: j Raiders pushed over one score in the first four minutes of play.

I 7s ir ++ mss, : They wasted no time in the area, proved every bit his value
-:. and a strong Raider defense made it appear that the Devils
+ were in for a long afternoon. .,
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Clay High came to life on the first play after the kickoff.
+
Realizing that Rom Williams, Jay Goolsby, Wayne Henderson -
+ and Tom Kelsey offered a pretty fair opposition to their
Xt ++ opponents the ball began to move.
tu. Williams sprinted 15 yards. Henderson moved for 5.
I + Kelsey carried for 10, and Goolsby passed to Henderson for a
iI ._ ++i first down on the 11 yd. line. With good line blocking from
+ Billy Rakes Mike Fitzsimmons, Sanley Foy and Joe Puhl the
T Devils scored. The attempt for an extra point by Kelsey was
R 4 + blocked leaving the score Orange Park 7, Clay High 6.
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14L -s+ Mike Bertolani, carrying the ball Raider half-back Is Clay High's defense began to adjust to Orange Park's power. -
+ shown as Alike Maguire and Wayne Henderson prepare to Defensive specialists Danny Parker Terry Carlisle Eddie
Y tackle. Taylor along with Olen Hodge and Mike Maguire forced the
Raiders to 10the ball time and again on downs.

i.. From this point Gary Looney Robert Eichorn and many
.s.s .!- Y S r to other Blue Devils began to show a strong offense that accounted -
+ for more than 300 yds. during the afternoon and allowed
I.ss .+:. the Clay High team to a 20-7 halftime lead.
The second half started with Clay receiving the kickoff.
:- Neither team could make any appreciable headway. Both
** +
teams moved up and down the field, but neither threatenedto

I; + score.
IX Then all at once quarterback Jay Goolsby (showing signsof
I Clayton E. Revels w 4 being one of the state's best) started to find his target.He .
i r hit Henderson for long yardage and passed to Looney to
put the ball in scoring position. From this point. Williams
4 i: President i =4 carried the ball over. Kelsey's try for extra point was successful.

=f '.' + 1 e eW4 Orange Park came back strong. With a good determinationand
+ beautiful faking they carried the ball in twelve plays for a
t tI touchdown. Booth kicked the extra point and the score stood
IN :MY CASE, NOTHING'S NEW; EXCEPT THE PRODUCT ,.', : 49. aP .. O. P. 14, C. H. 27.
The Devils put strong defense from this point not
LINE AND THE FIRM NAME. YOU'VE KNOWN ME: AND :MY i up a
allowing Orange Park to threaten again. In the dying secondsof
I play. Goolsby rolled to his right with an option to pass or
OLD DEALERSHIP, REVELS MOTORS, FOR SIX YEARS
Photo By G..e KocaTom
the ball 47 for T.D.
run. He elected to run and scooted yds. a
NOW THAT I'M THE FRANCHISED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Kelsey fallback for the Devils as he is about to be Kelsey's point was good and the game ended 34-14 in Clay
I tackled by Raiders John Gales, Erick Hansen and Doyce High's favor.FATHER .
DEALER FOR CLAY COUNTY. I'LL STILL OFFER THE BEST SowelL ,
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POSSIBLE DEAL FOR LOUR CAR; A USED CAR LOT THAT -I LOPEZ SQUEAKS BY KEYSTONEBy IThe

Ii FEATURES ONLY THE CREAM OF THE CROP; A CLEAN,
,- BDWUHBGREEN Harold Snellen
EFFICIENT SERVICE DEPARTMENT WITH PEOPLE WHO
Keystone Heights In- Green Wave leading.
KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING. BUT NOW I CAN OFFER '.. dians staged a hard battel but The Indians came back:
i were' beaten by a todchdown fighting in the second half and
THE NEW CARS THAT REPRESENT THE BEST VALUES IN late in the 4th quarter. The late in the 4th quarter Quarter
BOWLINGWon BOWLING RESULTS
COVE final score was 13-7. back Cliff Champan scored on
TOWN. THOSE ARE MY POLICIES AND BELIEVE ME I'M: Won Lost
Lost
4: Defense was a key factor in a run around right enw. TheP.
Jokers .__................. 30 22 No.2.................-..25 7 this Wednesday night game. O. T. was made good and
j GOING TO STICK TO THEM. SO COME ON IN AS SOON AS : Magonlia ................ 28 24 No. 3 ............-....... 19 13 Neither team yielded much the score stood tied.

i 4:: YOU GET A CHANCE. TAKE A LOOK AROUND AND BE SURE : Kingfishers ............ 28 24 No.5.... ................ 19 13 ground. The Father Lopez Father Lopez staged a drive
: Professors ...."........ 27 25 Green Wave broke loose in the late in the 4th quarter and
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No.. 4 .... .... .17 15
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TO ASK FOR ME. I AVON'T BE VERY FAR AWAY. Untouchables 26 26 1st quarter and scored on a over on a pitchout around left
t ... ................
: 8-Balls ....................24 28 No.1. 16 16 30 yd. pass. The conversionwas
:c '.p.: Champions ............ 23 29 No.6..................... 0 32 good. end.The
Indians ended with
;!: :, Drivers .__ ................22 30 Monday night at Central Keystone's defense stalled a 6-4 record and could brag of a
High series went to Lou Lanes Team 2 remained in first I late second quarter threat and their best season ever.
... : Loucks with a 570. 212 single I I I place while Team 3 from Green I the half ended 7-0 with the
I DUE TO THE NATIONAL TRAGEDY : that led the Champios to a Cove sponsored by Clayton
the Pro- tied Team 5 for second.
four game sweep over I Revels I
rssr __ __ _
Registration for the : fessors who dropped to fourth. Team 4 takes 3rd place losing .e..o .tp
I : Magnolia tripped up the league to Team 1. Team 6 still holds
leaders 3 to 1 to move Into a last place with 32 losses and II I'VE GOT A REGULAR PRICE
21" COLOR TV : tie for second place.Both highs no wins. II GASOLINE THAT MATCHES

I : for the women went to Mary PERFORMANCE OF II II
: Ivy with a 177. 455 total.
will be open until 4 p.m. PREMIUM GASOLINESIN
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