The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33135451
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Addition County JailPlans To Santa Set For 3 Visits To Co. I

As A Matter of FactCirculation

for a $12,000 additionto

the County jail will be Chambers Seventh

drawn in the near future according -I

to Sheriff John P.Hall.

of books in the County's three libraries and the I The Board of County Com- 4 ,.

' new bookmobile at Oct. 1 was running at more than double the missioners on Tuesday author- A; ; 3 Annual Program in

rate of a year ago, Frederick R. Andrews, County librarian, ized the Sheriff to engage an ; rd
said this week.A architect to draw plans for : ______

total of more than 43,000 books had been circulated, new cells to house juvenile : ; GCS on SaturdaySanta

Mr. Andrews said. This compares with 20,698 during the first prisoners and persons who are

nine months of last year. being held pending transfer toa \ :si

In a report to the Library Board, the Librarian said the State mental institution.The Claus is scheduled to make three visits to the County

library system had added, as of Oct. 1, a total of 1760 books. Sheriff said that while- before the end of next week.

Oft these, more than 900 wer given to the libraries, approxi- he believed the State would,
He will make his seventh annual visit to the children of
mately 825 were purchased. The library system now totals within the foreseeable future,
Green Cove at 1:30 o'clock Saturday in front of the Qui-Sl
16,024 volumes. force the County to constructa
Sana Motel. Sponsored on his visit by the Clay County Chamberof
Circulation at the Orange Park library this year has been new jail, additional facilities -
? Commerce he will have time to distribute candy to the
j the greatest among the three County libraries, with a total of for juvenile prisoners .
youngsters of the City and to hear their desires.
5,799 books checked out during the 9-month perido. Of these, and a padded ell for mental Y \

a fraction more than half were adult books, the remainder inmates are vitally necessary.It .. w" On Sunday, he will visit the Green Cove Springs Yarn

juvenile. At the Green Cove library. 5,539 books have been is believed the new facili- ,: Company Christmas party at which Conway Owings. plant

checked out. In this instance. 3,133, or 54 per cent of the ties will comprise four..toix 2 k :S! superintendent and members of his staff, will act as hosts.At .

total, were juvenile books. new cells. Until he haa'' had r ,.. that time the children of company employes will be given

1 At the Keystone library 2,803 volumes more than half of time to confer with: special presents.At .

i them juvenile books, had been checked out. I test the Sheriff, said_ he" did i1, A :
not know just what form the 6 10 o'clock on Saturday Dec 21, the Orange Park Junior

addition would take. _.. ',. rOo- Chamber Commerce. win ave Santa as- their guest at the
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The County this week received another $11,000 from the
Highway Property Christmas parade this year this was put off until next year
race track tax fund, according to State Comptroller Ray E.
In favor of a visit from Santa.
Green. This brings to $46,000 the total received by Clay (and

every other County) thus far this year. Mr. Green said this Damage Put At 1 + / Mr. Padgett asked all residents of Orange Park who know

was $6,500 more than was distributed to the State's countiesfor tf> needy families to con & \ him so that needy children will!

the same period last year. $5,450 In Nov. r: receive the toys-for-tots which the Jaycees have been collecting'

and repairing for some months now.

j Highway accident damage In In Keystone there are no plans for a Santa visit. However

the County last month totaled on this Saturday evening the Clay County Shrine Club Is scheduling -
The U. S. Coast Guard Officer Candidate School in York- approximately $5,500, accord- Masonic Temple.
a Christmas party for its members In the
town, Va., is currently seeking applications from young men ing to State Highway Patrol f s. and
s The meeting wffl be followed by a covered dish supper
between the ages of 21 and 26 who have earned a college de- Sgt. R. K. Doyle. 3i Afterward -
Christmas party at the Masonic Temple in Keystone.
gree and wish to fulfill their military obligation as an officer. Sgt. Doyle said his department houseat
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murrhee will have an open
The February, 1964, class at Yorktown comprises 17 weeks of had issued 146 faulty
their home
far all County Shriners.
instruction. After graduation candidates receive a reserve equipment warnings in the ,

(s i commission and serve three years on active duty. Further information County during the month and In Green Cove. Bill Hatcher is acting as chairman of theChamber

can be obained by writing Coast Guard Miami 32. had made 85 arrests. Court r of Commerce festivities on Saturday. Harry Perlman .

convictions numbered 85. Is co-chairznKn.:
The State Highway Patrol

further reported four accident I -r

injuries in the County, but
no I
State Rep. S. D. Saunders has been named to the Legislative -
deaths. Forty-eight motorists I Postage For Christmas Cards
Council's Committee on State Institutions. The committee -
were given assistance. I .
is headed by Leon County Rep. Richard O. Mitchell. I -0

The Committee formerly contained a subcommittee': dealing
Same As In 1847"People
with Mental Health, but that function has been set under a 1 Today

separate committee for the current biennium.It Pace On HospitalAuthority

deals with the operational procedures of all other State sending Christmas cards today at the 5c first class

Institutions and generally develops legislation for expansion Tate psar the same to mail Christmas greetings as Americans
renovations, improvements in salaries and personnel and other Back To Jungleland did-weD'over a century ago" the County's six postmasters noted

areas for units under direction of the Board of Commissionersof I this:week.
State Institutions.The J. H. pace: .=J?., of Or&ngePark
bas beenmamed by Governor Research shows that in 1847 the Post Office Department

-Eferris+ -Bryant to the clayCounty first stamps Including a nickel stamp for the baste
.Hospital :Authority prepaid letter rate.

succeeding W* -A. Jansen -of:
debt of the state of Florida and of all local govern- Orange> : .Park, Twho resigned. Ia: those days a nickel could buy a meal where it usually

ments within the state stood at a combined total of $2.1 billion .. ,Secrataxy-of State Tom Adams cantven! buy a cup of coffee today.

at the end of last year according to the Florida State Chamberof last week announced ;the :"Bnce 1932 while living costs tOT the American family have

Commerce. "cammixsionh of Mr. Pace. skyrocketed considerably more than 100 per cent -- the cost

This state-local debt includes all types of indebtednessowed At.t1r same.ttffie he:announced of mailing: a first-class letter has only increased by two cents.
-or o-t.hJrds..
by any state agency plus all county district and municipal ., the "cDmmissiDning" of Darts

I obligations. Last year's total was 10 per cent ovre 1961 com- 31 T arti,=vy Brown. Jr., ..tothe County: : XIbraryZBnardi'Knd The Postmasters' comments
were made In
pared with a national gain of 8 per cent" the Chamber pointedout. : the "re-cam- : a recommendation to Corny residents to use the connection- with

missioning' jof Mrs. Beatrice
Christmas stamp on their CTiristmas' cards. The

On a per capita basis the debt total was $379 for every Cooper. of .K ystone, to :the the aUonal Christmas Tree on the "Extern EHfp stamp W portray In
Floridian. Twenty other states have higher amounts and the : same.IJIX7. Natizm.s CapitaL The stamp is available at toe local
The :Hospital post office.
t 5 Authority snow
comparable national average was $436 last year. Both the Florida r '
comprises two veterans !Edward The 5c rate permits forwarding
or return of the
and the national average were up about 6 per cent. letter
W1u1ns oT Keystone:and the card adding a personal touch and also provides

"Mrs. "Manse ou Clark of Where necessary allows the use of a handwritten message. on

Middleborg: and three newcomers speedier handling and faster delivery P8l'ttcularI7 for cards
: George Davis and BL going t-ot-town.

W. Knowles of Green Core:
Annual 4-H BanquetIn and Mr. "Pace. In recent years people have been buying better and more
and It seems a shame when cads
1 4c third class postage Is
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addressee has !
O P High Tomorrow : 'WE"BE SOBBY. is that we normally cannot even forward the card they sakT It
poor economy to try to
p LAKE GENEVA save a few pennies and lose several
dollars worth of cards In the
The third annual County 4-H Awards and Achievement In the story on Christmas bargain.

banquet will be held at 7 o'clock tomorrow night in the Orange b mailing in last week's" Crescent Reports from the greeting card Industry Indicate l
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the list .f County
High School cafeteria. post 1 uncommon for
Park Cr* **at Phot by Gemt Kola an average family to send more than 100 cards
offices omitted the name of
Approximately 80 4-H boys and girls will be honored for during the holiday season.
The old dryer house of the Florida Brick & Tile Company lying Just off State Goad Lake Geneva, Post 14 14the
their achievement in 4-H work during the past
year. 224 at Doctors Inlet, is slowly being closed in by a heavy undergrowth. The massive wall Office. The emission was To avoid trouble and wating In line it is suggested that
According to George M. Owens Jr.. assistant two
County agent approximately 200 fret long, contains brick dryers. Now owned by the Cherokee Brick & inadvertent The Crescent on sheets of the Christmas stamp 100 to the _
medals will be awarded at the dinner and the 4-H sheet be
project Live- Tile Co., of Macon, the property comprises 225 acres of prime land between Orange Park extends its apologies to lake J Picked; up when at the post office and then there Is
stock judging, poultry judging vegetable judging and land no last-
and Doctors Inlet. An official of Cherokee told The Crescent this week there were no : Genera and its postmaster, ; minute panic about getting stamps to put on cards to send to

judging teams will be recognized. mediate plans for using either the dryer or the property purchased by Cherokee in WIlliam E. Baker. Lake those; who have been overlooked or added to the list.

Climaxing the'evening will be the presentation of trophiesto for the clay on it. He said he thought the property ultimately might make a more 1m-I I Geneva's zip code is 32660.
the outstanding 4-H boy and girl for 1963. residential area. Christmas stamps of course are useable for postage at
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!(I ________________________ THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12,. 1965

I and Hag (Eouuty Ctt"tsceui! Clayton Revels TV Winner t H I'' II I! j'H-1' I llll I-1 I 111 i '*- iilIltm! > It H 8 t 11 IH* 11II i I H 1 i H 1 i i E B C t fc


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Our Necessary Libraries i * *

There is good news this week from the County's libraries. i

According to Frederick R. Andrews County Librarian, *tte :

circulation of the libraries' books during the first nine monthsof ,d..
Th. ((8 Nz
1963 was running at more than twice the rate of a year ago. I
I Refrigerators
As of Oct. 1, more than 40,000 books had been checked out of .3.

the three libraries and the bookmobile. This figure more than +
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justifies every penny the County has invested in this necessary .

activity. ). Freezers .

I Obviously, the more books, magazines, newspapers we read,
the broader will be our approach and attitudes in our everyday
lives.What's : .
more, two of the libraries are host this week to two y .y --
art exhibitions. The more our youngsters see of "live" art they r F I
can understand and relate to, the less "sissy" an appreciationof ,.. -- !

art will become.If .d..... ,rt ( II IIWif .
anyone has a good, usable phonograph, one or more of ::.' .
the libraries might present, once a month or so, a program of .:: '" + Dryers i
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music Beethoven
good : not Elvis. !( .... < M1 II
This section of Florida has a rich background of art and ". ,.'
letters. Some of the great early naturalists and painters i.---
worked in or near the County. The Bartrams and John James : StereosRecord
In the Clayton Revels Chrysler-Plymouth Agency drawingfor .
Audubon knew this area as few people 100 years or more ago I
a 21-inch screen color television set Judge Thomas J.
did. Harriet Beecher Stowe lived near here after the Civil tt
Rivers, Jr.. declares Earl C. Chesser, of Orangedale Route, I

War.It the winner. The winning stub was drawn from a large box r s
is right we should have readers and art shows. Anotherone I Players
by 11-year-old Susie Richardson, daughter of Dan Richardson t
might be an exhibition of some of the beautiful hooked
((1.) owner of Radio Station WAYR.
rugs made around Keystone by Sara McDonald and her friends it
down there. ii

Home Demonstration Bazaar :i;: IF TVs

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aotl kker ; :---- PHIlCO Radios
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A frigtening picture of "Hatred in America" was aired the i + _

other night by Jacksonville TV Station WJCT. ::}. Famous PHILCO
Obviously, the origins of this dissection of one of our ugliest
faces derived from the recent assassination of President Ken- Town House TV Turkey '

neday. But hatred and a deep-seated belief that physical 3 1'f ...:...

superiority is a better way to settle scores than persuasion are +

not unique to Harvey Lee Oswald. i i WITH PURCHASE OF I

It is easy enough to say that Oswald and Rubenstein acted .' New Slim Styling
::1 as they did in moments of insanity. Yet behind that insanity. t .> New idea in Compacts

'.i I am convinced there was an inbred animal-like conviction in :i: 'Twin Speakers REFRIGERATOROR t

1''> both Oswald and Rubenstein that physical violence was a ::

f simpler method than any other. 4 ; -l l'S'S PHI ICO 1801 1 Telescoping Dipole Pivotenna I
1 Black with Chrome
Not many months ago I wrote in this column that I 5 Accents

thought one of the football teams In the County was going at ..:. 1 Front Controls, Front Sound

it too hard, that too many bones were being broken in the name o';.. FREEZERFurniture i

; of sportsmanship. The hue and cry that went up was deafen- +

: \ ing. I was opposed to sports, they said. I was taking out my t

: spleen because I never made the team.I r sas I ZibFUflSOfl

am opposed to violence. t

Sometime after that incident, a friend of mine, a minister, e Ii
Crescent Photos Dr Gene K..a Co.
and I went to another county and attended a meeting at whicha I I
large number of those present were dressed up in black robes Mrs. LeRoy Wilson (left) and Airs. Gloria Merriweatherare
and white robes. The headman had on a red one. A number, shown above with some of the items on sale at the Clay

of those who attended had brought with them their children. County Home Demonstration Bazaar held at the V. I, A. :| Phone 284-3883 25 Magnolia Ava
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The headman spoke of killing and murder as if they were Woman's Club last Saturday. Clubs from the entire county --* -1 : :-: I-I -1 : *_I : : 1 :- :- I- :- I- I- I I. !. =I." ."" ...3J.. ...-...--.--...t-. .. .. !. '. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. .. !. !. ...!.J. !.J"-.s-o. . . . . ..- .--,-.-.-_
ordinary events; he even mentioned by name a man he wishedto participated to make this annual event a huge success. -

murder, and he used that word. In all the time I spentin

Central Africa I had never heard such talk. And I won- .

dered what these impressionable children, brought there by .1Jletfers 10 the 1f itnr I
their parents, would think of this. Most certainly they would
regard it as a normal sort of thing. Their fathers stood there,

not raising any voice against such violent diatribes. To the Clay County Crescent: Let each and everyone of us The Bank of Green Cove Springs

My own sons tell me occasionally of an argument with Six months ago, none of us strive

some other boy and invariably the argument gets to the point knew And all of us (and Green Cove

where someone wants to fight. Words have ceased to have Our plant would be back in too) will surely survive.

any meaning, the only way of settling the argument is a contestto groove. Odell Martin, an employeof

see which is the better man better in violence. Green Cove Springs -
But Christmastime is nearly
The United States of America, for as many years as I can here, as we all know. Yarn Co.Joseph } RSflflTp
remember, has sat in Judgment on most of the nations of the 'eP ,
The Yarn plant is just begin-
world. We were horrified when the Italians toward the end of H. Tullis
ning to
World War H riddled their strutting, foolish dictator with grow.

p bullets and then strung him up as I recall, by his feet. Moral To each of us a happy time
For ole Green Cove is back Services for Joseph H. Tullis,
indignation was rampant when Trujillo met something like the
90, a retired writer who livedin
same fate. It happened in the Congo in South Vietnam and on the line.
Keystone Heights, were held
other waypoints. Each time we reacted in the same way.I We know the City was sinking i Join Our
I Monday at the Keystone Com- .
don't see how we can ever do it again with a straight fast;
munity Church.
face. I am not saying we have crazy mobs racing up and down But Burlington Industriescame
Mr. Tullis died last Saturdayin
the streets tearing up and destroying everything they come by. through at last. I
a St. Augustine nursing
The vast majority of the American people are law-abiding
So let's chime in, let Burlington home.
citizens who shrink from the uses of violence. But unfortu- know I 1964-
He is survived by his widow,
nately it does not take very many with a low boiling point to
We appreciate her local effortsso. Mrs. Anne Tullis. Burial was
change the face of the nation or to make some of those who I
in Keystone Heights cemetery.CLEANERS Tjt
have suffered under our blistering moral attacks on their :: ; Christmas

manners wonder how thin is our veneer. I .

It is bad enough, I submit, that grown (physically if not '

mentally) men and women should gather in this country and i ; Savings o '

talk of murder and vengeance; it is far worse that they take I \

with them to hear this insidious claptrap youngsters who will

either grow up believing it or, if they are fortunate, be persuaded Club
that Daddy was off his rocker. I IifZ:4> ,
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Somewhere in Harvey Lee Oswald's background, in his

childhood, he was told by someone he respected and shouldn't %

have that an issue can be resolved by flattening the I
fellow who disagreesThe

issues we, as a nation as a people, faced 30 days ago ,
are still here. The only difference is that President Kennedy I ALL, CLEANING DONE ON THE PREMISES

and Oswald have both been violently removed from the scene. t OPEN FOR BUSINESS
In all this, we Southerners have only one small thing for All Clothes: Next year, you can be ; .
which we can be thankful. We can thank our lucky stars that r '
I' Pre Spottedlildew Proofed a Smart Santa tool
Oswald had Communist affiliations; and none, so far as is
Moth Proofed Cleaned and Pressed
known to me, with the lunatic fringe, one of whose sessions ,
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my friends and I attended. It is small solace at such a time 1 No Extra Charge For '"-
but it gives us time to take stock and wonder what argument J' ,I FAST SERTICEXtHt "- .-. -- ..
was ever really settled by a punch in the nose, or worse. !j I t
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CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT\ I I 1 i This \( eek'5 Specials C The County's Oldest ;

"What is good for Clay is good for The Crescent- +
Duncan Goldthwaite Groner Elizabeth Leonard Groner

Editor and Publisher Secretary i DRAPES 39e LB. I and Largest Bank ;

;. Eugene Koza
F r--s.* General Manager REGULARLY 50c LB. t

Published Crescent every Press.Thursday Inc.P. by !: SAVE 11 LB f S J.'I 284-3650, 284-3939 or 284-3051; 'i .

O. Box 57S : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ; i : : : : : + _:.,." Congress 4-9583 -r '" ".'

Green Cove Springs Fla. Next to -
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Entered as Second Class Matter July' 1S, UU. at the Post Office.
green Cove Springs. Florida. under the Act of March 3, 1897. :
Second Cla.. p..ta<< paid at Cr**. Cave SprlBgm, Fla. ( 1 ILsQGaiiadlin!!

One Year-in advance ....--..................-.--....*.......-......-... $4
520 X. Orange Ave. Green Cove
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THURSDAY DECEMBER 12, 1963 (May( ,(County Eresceut(! PAGE THREE

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Green Cove and Penney Farms subscriberscall Q I
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Orange Park, Middleburg and Jacksonville
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17 Girls 7 Boys On Jr. Hi Honor Roll I BUY YOUR RAINBOW GIRLS

Twenty-four seventh and Halligan. Debbie Hamel Karen TREE FROMA
eighth grade students 17 Harris Patsy Patterson Sarah JAYCEE TOY RUMMAGE SALE
of them girls were on the Perez. Debbie Sloan Brenda SAT. DEC. 14TH, VIA PATIOI
honor roll for the second six- Thomas Ann Crockett and
S y week period at Green Cove two boys: Ronnie Delp and
Junior High School David Doan. I
grade honor rollersare The First Presbyterian Church
According to A. D. Duck,:
r, principal all students follow : Margaret Batton. Kris S 55., 'AW' Magnolia Ave. at Gum
< Harmtan Anna Hunt Sara
the curriculum
same general I I a
though they pursue studies inappropriate Page Long Flora Looney Sha- "5 Green Cove
I ron McCormick and four
ability level
i a ,, boys: Bobby Baggett Michael I b5
g groups.
.4 v e ,, Elliott David Ritter and : Morning Worship 11 o'clock:
Seventh graders on the list
are: Ann Arrants Josephine Charles Waters. I itr Church School 9:45 o'clock
Bryant Linda Sue Cole Jean I I

\ ( Miss[ Koon to Marry I1, VISITORS WELCOMENEW

,. r.a M Judy Carlton 1 WedThe Billy MiddleburgMr. Downing of S I

Z marriage of Mrs. Judith and :Mrs. H. G. Koon of
Pickrell Carlton former Coun- Milton-Freewater Oregon, an- \ AND USED CARS
ty librarian to James M. Valk, nounce the engagement of
of Gainesville was solemnizedon their daughter Sandra Jean to
Carolyn Pearson sinks one for the"Devilettes Lee Ridaught scores for Keystone. Thanksgiving day at the i Billy Franklin Downing son VAN NESS BUICK PONTIAC, INC.
home of the bridegroom's parents of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Downing
Dr. and Mrs.Melvin Valk.i jof Middleburg Fla.

ri The Clay High Devilettes hosted the girl basketball I was high scorer making 20 points for her team and Nancy The bride left Clay County :Miss Koon is a sophomorethis THIS AVEEK'S SPECIALS-
team from Keystone Heights last Friday. Boivin made ten points for the Devilettes.On last summer to complete her year at Oregon College of
During: the third quarter Keystone took the lead and keptit Saturday night the Devilettes took on Lake City requirements at the Universityof Education. Monmouth. Oregon 19o3; Buick 4-Dr. Sedan like new
I Florida for a master's degree where she is majoring in elementary 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix. Air Cond.
despite a rally in the fourth quarter by Clay 111gh.I winning with a score of 36-27.
Science. Mr. education and music.
The final score was 41-33. Ruby Lane Smith of Kit in Library
Crrrnt Photo Ilv ftrnr loan Valk is also a graduate of the Mr. Downing attended Wash When a Better Deal is Made
University where he earnedhis burn University, Topeka Kan-
master's degree in Rehabil- sas and is presently a seniorat VAN NESS win Make iu!
itation Counseling. Oregon State University.The .
Mr. and Mrs. Valk are residing wedding is planned for Phone 264-9535 Direct Line to Jax
at 617 Northeast Sixth the 27th of December in the 284-3055 GCSOranges
Street Gainesville. First Christian Church.

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week Florida begins a be made to place each old V. L A. Woman's Clubof Mrs. Chauncey Moore presi- The Garden Club of Orange spirit by turning the Orange
program of foster home care person in the home that fits Green Cove Springs held its I dent, called the meeting to In memory of our dear sister She was a Sunday Schoolteacher Park is again sponsoring a Park area into -Christmas.

for the aged. Welfare recip- him best. Atmosphere family December luncheon meetingin order and there was a moment Ivy Irene Tew whom the also a worker In lighting contest which will include Wonderland" with outdoor

ients over 65 who can no longer customs level of living physi- the clubhouse last Thurs- of silent prayer in memory of I lord called home October 17. B. T. U. and W. M. S. But Orange Park. Creighton decorations.The .

care for themselves fully in cal suitability of the premises day.Following our late President John Fitz- 1963 at the age of 50. She most of all she loved to sing Forest Westover Road Dcotors committee is headed by

their own home are being considered I and the ability of the familyto the luncheon Mrs. gerald Kennedy.Mrs. was a faithful and loyal mem- Praises to her heavenly Father. Inlet and Doctors Lakes Mrs. James F. Kearney. Serv-f

for this new service. make a stranger feel at Harry Blackmon program' Robert H. Machen and ber of the Black Creek Baptist She leaves a devoted husband, Estates. ing with her are Mrs. J. A.

Also a number of indigent home are some of the pointsto chairman, selected"The Amer- Mrs. Harry Stewart were welcomed Church for a number of years. three dear children-two sons Anyone may enter the con- Schaffer, :Mrs. Hinson Stephens -

aged patients in the state hos- be considered in matchingup ican Home" as the theme of as new members. Her faith was strong in thq and a daughter-she loved very test simply by decorating the" Mrs. H. K. Rock. Mrs.

pitals who are well enough to the old person with the her program and a Christmas Guests at this meeting were Lord and she was always readyto much. Also one sister, four outside of their home. Busi- James Reid. Mrs. D. L. Hayden
be released are being consid- foster home. play entitled "The Big Secret"was Fred Cone and Mrs. H. L. do what she could in the brothers and a host of rela- ness establishments will be I I Mrs. Ronald Kingry.

ered for this demonstration Welfare workers will work presented.R. Dixon. church home and community.. tives to mourn her passing. judged as a separate category.I Awards will be announcedin
program. Selected will be closely with foster home own- G. Myers played the partof Mrs. John Henricks was in So let us say with ,Paul she! Yes dear sister we will miss Each display must have eithera The Crescent.

those who do not need hospi- ers and the old person will get the father and Sandra charge of the luncheon. As- ; has fought a good fight and I l you very much but we bow religious or holiday theme. I

talization but do need a protected not only his room meals and Reese portrayed the part of sisting her were Mrs. Clark kept the faith and we truly be- 'I humbly to our Lord knowingHe Mixed themes will be disqualified. -

family-type living ar- sheltered living, but also some the mother. The children I j Wager, Mrs. Donald Fisher lieve there is a crown of right-I doeth all things well. Let The contest extends Murrhee

rangement. personal service and supervision I were: Eldridge Machen Bobby i Mrs. Richard Gordie, Mrs. For- eousness laid up for her us say to the family Heavenis from December 21 through Insurance Agency

Foster homes for the dependent so he can continue to Machen Brenda Morris and .t rest Dry and Miss Bonnie Dean home where all is Happinessand I sweeter because wife, mother December 31. Lights must be
aged a demonstration live in the community of his I I Deborah Cone. I Baker. Joy. and sister is there waitingthe I I turned on each of these evenings '

program limited to 300 cases, choice and to lead as active time when she can welcomeher between the hours of 7 CAR t'Y
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was established by the 1963 and useful a life as his condi- family and loved ones and 10:30 o'clock. Judgingwill 1 ADEQUATEIKSU8ANQ

legislature. The new law authorizes tion permits. i I M H C & Penney Farms Home never to part again. be done during this period.No .I I

the welfare depart- We recommend a copy of display will be awarded

ment to give these 300 recipi- I i this be put on Church record first place two years in suc
County Towns Get I Reporter: RIBS. HERBERT D. MYERS, Phone 529-8131
ents a monthly check of up to a copy printed in the Crescent cession. See: RICHARD MURRHEE
$135 which would pay for $7,500 From State Mrs. M.V.Homey of Spring Illinois in an ambulance air- 7.30 o'clock in the Penney and one given to the family. The Garden club urges everyone Agent

room meals clothing personal field. Illinois, came to Penney plane. Mrs. Caldwell has been Memorial Church. Everyoneis Signed to join in the Yule Phone 473-4786
incidentals and services. Farms last Friday, and on Sat-I ailing for several months. invited. :Mrs. W. J. SaundersMrs.
Approximately $7,500 is being -
The usual maximum welfare urday took her mother, Mrs.C. W. M. Harris
distributed to the County'sfrom
check is $70. The increased C. Caldwell by ambulanceto I The preacher next Sundayat Last Sunday evening the Mrs. F. J. Saunders
October State cigarette
grants make it possible for i Keystone Heights airfield the 11 o'clock worship service AMBASSADORS QUARTETfrom CommitteeMELINDA
tar collections according to No ON I< OW s rioW-ro
these 300 people to pay their and from there to Springfield, in the Penney Memorial Green Cove Springs G
own way in their foster homes. Richard B. Keating directorof I Church will be the Rev. RalphW. an interesting program of Gos-gave GLENNANON SAVE MONEY AS WELL AS

Applications from prospective ment.the State Beverage Depart- of The$1,496,000 disbursements being are sent part to Nelson. pel Songs to a large and ap- HONOR ROLL -nt E f'alSON' I WHOHASN'T 1
foster familise will be stud- I I! The leader of the prayer preciative audience in
The largest share in the qualified municipalitiesthroughout
ied and selected by the local meeting Wednesday evening Lounge at the Quadrangle at :Melinda Glennan daughterof
County goes to the City of the State.
welfare department office. Approval December 18th will be the Rev. 7 o'clock. Dr. and Mrs. T. Luke Glen-
Green Cove which will receive The largest single distribution -
of a foster home does Frank Gracey. nan, of Green Cove achievedthe
$4,008.59. Orange Park will amounting to approxi-
not automatically mean that honor roll for the second
get 1850.93; Keystone Hts., mately $320.000 goes to Mi- The regular meeting of the
the home will be used by the Don't forget the Gulf Life six weeks of classes at Howey
1496.28; and Penney Farms ami. The smallest. $1.85. goes Penney Farms Bird Club will I
department. Great care will t Singers Concert TO N I G HT
Academy, according to an an-
$70.18. I to Indian Creek Village. be .held in the Quadrangle at
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Thomas Hershberger Dorothy Christoffers Newman :.

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B. Hershberger. 62-year-old "Sn nday artist", makes a living in the office supply Christoffers Newman, of Keystone, received her art education at the Singling
business. His art training only fire years ago' was via a correspondence course from Fam- School of Art, in Sarasota, and the Banff Sc hoot of Fine Arts In Canada. She works in
ous Artists Schools Westport, Conn. Mr. Hershberger works in both water color and oils. : oils, watercolor and pastels. Her work ranges from the realism of the two portraits shown
His work is at its best in his highly realistic flower painting. below to a very personal impression, which she denies, in the Hobgoblins a watercolor and
in the Masque an oiL Hobgoblins a recent entry in a Gainesville show set off somethinglike
an epochal dialogue between the local judges at Gainesville and an imported judge
Joseph Dodge director of Jacksonville's Cummer Gallery. The Newman show will be moved
into the Orange Park Library on Dec. 17. Both exhibits were arranged by Frederick R. An
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and Mrs. Philip Canova Miss Kitty Kenney, dat..(h- Chief Gunner's Mate WalkerR. Airman Third Class JosephE. the Marine Corps Recruit Depot II I I
had as their guests recentlyMrs. I ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ken- II
P. Bowman son-in-law of the Powers of Middleburg, is Parris Island, S. C. I
Canova's sister and broth- ney spent the week-end with Rev. C. E. Van der Maaten, is being reassigned to Grand II CLAY Phone 284-6711
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Han- her family Mr. and Mrs. W. a patient at NAS hospital Forks AFB, N. D.. followinghis The training included drill k I
cock who stopped on their way P. Kenney.Mr. where he underwent an emer- graduation from the technical bayonet training physical con- I Monday thru Friday Two
back to Bradenton for the win- gency appendectomy earlier training course for Unit ditioning, parades and cere- Shows each evening

ter. and :Mrs. Dade dechty this week. His appendix burst ed States Air Force preventive monies and other military sub- 7 &: 9 p.m.
1 moved from River- before the operation. How- medicine specialists. jects. Three weeks were spenton Sat. & Sun. Continuous
Miss Marsha Turner spent recently ever, his condition at midweekwas the rifle range firing the From 2 p.m.
view Trailer Park 2009 I
( the Thanksgiving recess with to Cay- described as improved. He Airman Powers, son of Mr. M-14 rifle and other infantry
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I was recently promoted to the d Thun.. Dec. 12
Turner. Marsha is a studentat graduate of Orange Park High
rating of gunner's mate chiefat training THE RUNNING MAN
Georgia Southern in I Rev. J. C. Jones and family the Charleston Naval Ship- School. He entered the Air Marines Recruit for further specialized prepares starring Laurence Harvey
Stateboro. from Kingsland, Ga., were the yard. Force in June. training in a service school or s I
,recent guests of the Talmadge with a unit of the Fleet Ma- Fri. Dec 13
Clifford Geiger is a patient "
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I Marine Private James A. Camp Lejeune, N. C.. for jtR i presents
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Entrekinof SHOCK
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Spartnasburg, S. C., were y Also Feature.
Willie Ham of Green Cove, has I
the guests of Miss Lillian Wat- "BUCKET OF BLOOD"
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4 William E. Padgett, aviation Balcony 60o
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Home J. H. BlockerFuel Mrs. William Padgett, Jr. of Ir i TROUBLE WITH HARRY
Orange Park, is serving with + 4i starring Edmund Gwenn
Airborne Early Warning Train- I andSWORDS3IAN
CHARLES HELM ing Unit Atlantic, at the OF SIENA
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Naval Air Station Patuxent starring Stewart Granger
Funeral Director
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA : Rock Hudson and Doris Day
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OT1CE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR NOTICE .f CLOSING .f ROADS Harold Snellen Magnolia --.-....30 25

See. 1MJ*. FJS. TO NOTICE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Professors _.._.._.- 29 27
that W. E. Tyre the holder of that on the 9th day of December.: Five-foot ten-inch guard The Rebels got hot in the Kingfishers ....".._.29 27
the following certificates has 1963. in accordance with Section: Jimmy McMurtry led the Key-''Uth quarter but I II
filed aid certificate for a tax 336.09 and 336.10 Florida Statutes I Keystone's Untouchables ......... 28 28

deed to be issued thereon. The 1961. the Board of: County stone Indians to a 61-46 rout of McMutry got hotter and led 8-Balls ......-.....- .-... 26 30

issuance certificate. the numbers description and year of the of Commissioners Florida adopted of Clay resolution County II the Crescent City Rebels in the victory with 12 points in Drivers ___.._... 25 31

property and the names In which closing abandoning vacating the Indian's season opener. this period. The game ended Champions .... ....-.. 24 32
it was assessed are as follow: and discontinuing a certain roador
Certificate No. 90. street in Clay County Florida Superior rebounding and ball leading Keystone a clean vic- The Jokers dropped the

I, AIR CONDITIONING BOATS TRADING POST Year of Issuance June 1. 1961 described as follows: control by the Indians gave I tory and good reasons for high Kingfishers three to one and
Description of Property: Those two
Lots 3 & 4 Blk. 10 as Rec. Mann's Subdivision streets In accord-A. S. them a lead from the first I hopes this season. increased their lead to 3 games

MILBERGER INLET MARINA CAREY'S TRADING POST in O.Island R. No Estates t Page S/D i2 flemIng Sec-- in ing Plat to plat Book thereof 2. page recorded 4.of the quarter I I High point men for Keystonewere over Magnolia. Mary Everett's
tion 38, S
Township Range public records of McMurtry with 22, Cooper 436
Clay for the
26E. County was top score women -
AVE BUY SELL TRADE With the aid of Forward
Name In which assessed Florida. bounded by j with 12, and Schaffer with
MERCURY : while
REFRIGERATION & JOHNSONENGINES Three locations James T Summerall. Blocks One and Two of said Gary Cooper Keystone took a I Doc Turner had both
: subdivision and by Blocks 110. High rebounders were highs for the with
All of said property being in I men scores
15 E.Palmer SU,Ph.284-328 0 the County of Clay. State of Two and Three thereof each I demanding first quarter lead Cooper with 12. and McMurtry
of said streets : of 202 single. 554 triple. Dor-
CROSBY BOATS Florida. in the first few minutes of the
SERVICEAIR Warehouse & antiques-old Unless such certificate or Cer- nated on said plat of record I and Schaffer with 7 each. othy Blackmon's 162 single was
EE-ZY TRAILERS ficates shall be redeemed ac- as "Public Road' and each game. The Rebels could not
Gym Bide., S. Orange Ave. cording law the property described being 60 feet wide and ap- penetrate and the Indians led The Indians hit thirty-eight high for the women.
CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE ""BIG TOP" in such certificate or proximately 250 feet long. per cent of their free throws
tent-Blanding certificates will be sold to the And the said Board did. in said 17-8 when the first period ran I CHURCH NOTICE
Blvd. at highest bidder at the court house resolution: and forty-three percent of
HEATING SERVICE Hwy. 17 door on the first Monday in 1. Renounce and disclaim all out. their field goals. No Keystone
Orange Park
Furniture and appliances at Month of January, 1W4, which Is rights of the County and Public CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
9 S. Palmetto Street Phone CO 4-9835 the 6th day of January. 1964. In and to the land constituting Crescent City got hot in the player fouled out. despite the
Dated this 15th day of November said road. SOCIETYCor.
bargain prices 8tf
1963. 2. Renounce and disclaim all second quarter while Keystone number of fouls at half time.

Home Phone 284-9780 George L. Carlisle rights of the said County and became cold. The Indians High men for Crescent City E. Houston St. &
Clerk of Circuit Court of
Business Phone 284-9581 BEVERAGES Clay County. FloridaPut. Public interest in therein and to, any acquired land by or shots Just weren't there. The were Dennis with 18, and Val- N. Magnolia A\'e.

r HAIRCUTS purchase, gift, devise, dedication Rebels ended the half only two entine with 10. Three Rebels GREEN COVE SPRINGS
1121. 28. 125. 12. 1963 or prescription in such street. ,
3. Renounce and disclaim all points behind; 2321. fouled out in the 4th quarter.RAINBOW FLORIDA

TV APPLIANCE PAUL'SAll LEGAL-, NOTICE rights of said County and Public I Services held Sundayat
We give 'In and to any lands or interest \
Keystone opened the 3d 11
r map or plat appearing of record: a. m.
SERVICE "Firstiaircut"Certificates IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY County. Florida as to said de- quarter with two Key players GIRLS Subject:
Legal Beverages scribed!! street or road.
JUDGE CLAY COUNTY, DATED this 9th day of Decem- riding with four fouls but GOD THE PRESERVEROF
We Repair All Brands Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. FLORIDA. IV PROBATE. ber. 1963. nevertheless, they caught fire. BAKE SALE AND ALAN

Servicing Clay CountyFor In re: Estate of THE COMMISSIONERS BOARD OF COUNTY OF When the smoke cleared eigh Dec. 15thA
----- OLAY
Sixteen Years COUNTY FLORIDA minutes later Keystone had
Deceased. cordial invitation is extendedto
I By a/ George L Carlisle
Orange Park Ph. 2649565FULLERTON'S North of Orange Park Orange Park Barber Shop NOTICE All Creditors TO CREDITORSTo and Persons Pub. 12-12. 1963LEGAL claimed a 43-32 lead. SAT. DEC. 14TH VIA PATIO i I attend our services.At .

Having Claims Demands i
Hrs 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 or
p.m. Against Said Estate: NOTICE
UPHOLSTERING You and each of you are here-I
same location for over IS years by notified and required a
to pre- 8 .
sent any claims and demands IN THE JUDGE'S COURT OF -' : _
24 N. Orange Ave. KINGSLEY & HTWAY 17l1ILK "
which you. or either of you may CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA.

Green Cove Spgs. 284-4044 BAXLEY'S' TRIM SHOP ':May have Reed against deceased the estate late of of Elsie said IX NO.PROBATE.63ft. I Q 0 .

County to the County Judge of In re: Estate of
DELIVERY Clay County. Florida at his office GRACE ALTHEA PAGE. I
Complete Auto & Furnlture in the courthouse of said deceased.
UPHOLSTERING County at Green Cove Springs NOTICE
Upholstering W. D. MorrisDistributor Florida within six calendar To All Creditors and Persons
1400 W. Idlewild Ave. months from the time of the first Having Claims
or Demands
publicaton of this FuIIertonsSee
notice Two
FREE ESTIMATESALL : Ph. 2843505Cove copies of each claim or demand against said Estate: I
shall be in writing and shall You and each of you are
WORK GUARANTEED Cove Springs Florida state place of residence and post hereby notified and required to I
office address of the claimant present any claims and demands
Free Estimates All Jersey MilkFor and shall be sworn to by the which you. or either of you CLAY COUNTY'S LARGEST DISPLAY OF
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY "ree and claimant his agent or attorney may have against the Estate of
Pick-up DeliveryHandle and accompanied by a :filing fee Grace Althea (Page deceased I
Any and AU of Your of one dollar and such claim or late of ald' County to the
demand not so filed jfeall be void. County Judge of Clay County
Archie Upholstery Needs! Carroll M. Wright Florida at his office lin the hd
HOME DELIVERYCALL As administrator With Courthouse s
the of said County at
Kingsley Ave., Just IIAROLD BAXLEY Will Annexed of Elsie May Green Cove Springs. Florida STEREOSPut
Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs. Reed deceased. within six calendar months fron-
East of Hwy. 17 Pub. 11-14. 21. %8. J2-5. 1963 the time of the first publicationof -
EDWIN BAXLEY 264-9949 or 284-3166 this notice. Two copies I o'
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 each claim or demand
Son and Upholsterer 4 yrs. LEGAL NOTICE ehall be
Orange Park Fla. filed _In writing and shall state Music in Your
: E. A. IIUMMEL the place of residence and -post Home on Christmas Morning

Upholsterer- 6 yrs. IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OK office address of the claimant with Stereo
and shall be sworn to by the a Styled to Match
FLORIDA claimant 'his i your present Furnishings
I IN CHANCERY agent or his attorney i
LEGAL, NOTICE and shall be accompanied
NO. 3734
ELECTRICALAtlas SIGN PAINTING MARGUERITE REBECCA by a filing fee of one dollar and

CAMBURN. any such claim or demand not I JfeNUINf GENERALELECTRIC it
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Plaintiffvs. so filed shall be void.
Electrical & MechanicalCompany REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Is/ Mrs. Ann M. Harrison '
QUALITY Notice is hereby given that HOWARD HOLMES CAMBURN, All Executrix of the Last : : 1
the undersigned under the pro- Defendant Will and Testament of STEREO
visions of chapter 865.09. Lawsof NOTICE OF SLIT Grace Althea Page, CABINET CONSOLE:
Florida Acts of 1957. will rear THE STATE OF FLORIDATO deceased.
We do all types of electrical SIGN PAINTIINGLEE ster with the Clerk of the Cir- HOWARD HOLMES CAMBURN,: Pub. 12-12. 19, %6. '63 1-%. '64. .
(uit Court in and for Clay Railroad Avenue I
i wiring. WARNER County State of Florida upon, Waretown. New Jersey TRADITIONAL .
ceipt of proof of publication YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- LEGAL 5COTICKN
RAY SHD7P 305 Glendening Road of this notice the Fictitious FIED that a suit has been filed RWHQCANY-
name of against you in the above entitled .1 1
Owner and Manager Orange Park Fla. j, Q. TIRE SERVICE cause and you are hereby reQuired THE CIRCUIT COURT OF fl
SignedJesse Quigley, Jr. to serve JIPOA pjalntlff's THE FOURTH JUDICIAL,
Phone 284-9228 Phone 264-6316 I Pub. 12-5. U, 19, 26, 1965 attorney whose name and ad- CIRCUIT IV AND FOR I 1
dress appear hereon. CLAY COUNTY FLA. EASY
your written '
defenses. If any. to the bill IV CHANCERY NO. 3700 i II. a! 1 r j i I
I of complaint in said suit copy of SOUTH BROOKLYN TERMS .i i
which is delivered to you herewith SAVINGS BANK M

I ((i] Llfl.ts"J.Si: 11 rj I i IDV "ID II A.confesso Herein D.. on 1916 will or fall! before be not entered or December decree against pro 16: a LOIS LOIS'Corpora.tion.vs.M.M. L.EMIUEX. a/k/a I Xj PRICES START AT =. -.. -

you for the relief prayed in the I LEMIEUX.Defendant.. T
bill of

Lois M. Lemieux
I mv hand and the
You. Lois M. Lemiuex
-- seal of said Court at Green Cove J 2
I Springs. Florida this 12th day known as Lois M. Lemieux are Four-speolcer performance from
FOR SALE 2 bedroom. 6- FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom I WANTED maid or house of November A. D. 1">63. hereby notified that a complaintto 6" .
I GEORGE L. CARLISLE. foreclose a certain mortgageof by 9" speakers with coaxial
room house with new Fla.room house newly painted inside and keeper-mother's helper. Live Clerk Circuit Court the following described property tweeter cones diamond
Bv Grace to-wit: stylus that gives flawless ?
& garage Asbestos siding. out, reasonable, large yard appliances -I in; six in family; Itt days off. (COURT SEAL)M. Carlisle Lot Twenty-nine (29), Block -!/I performance from both a

Priced for quick sale owner furnished. Call Penney $25 weekly. Phone Orange Deputy Clerk Three (3). itEADOWBROOK. r: stereo and monaural 'll
R. C.Attorney. GORDIE. Unit Two (2) according to records four-speed
being transferred. TeL Hog- r arms. 5298211. 20tfe Park CO 4-9989. 12-5 12 c for Plaintiff I plat thereof, recorded In FREE records changer for 7. 10, or 12-mch it

gatt GCS 284-3849. 10-3-tfc Address: Bank Building '- Plat Book 6, pages 12 and r plus dual-channel amplifier all precisely'
Green Cove Springs. Florida 13. of the current public
FOR RENT Three 50x120 integrated for
Pub. 1114. 21. 28. 12-5. 1963 records of Clay County t superb sound.

FOR SALE Two bedroom foot trailer lots. Shade patios I I Florida.has 'iI
I been filed against you and &I. .
and city water. 1o 'H
house good condition kitchen WANTED Citizens interested LEGAL you are hereby required to serve
Bennett i Park U mile South NOTICE a copy of your answer or pleadIng GIVE APPLIANCES I
equipped opposite I personally or financially to the complaint on the

School. Nice garage Under of Hilltop on Oakridge. in building 2-party system of NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO ilaintif fs attorneys. Marks, Given With Large or Small See Oar Great
12.5,12,19,26-p REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Gray. Yates Conroy & Gibbs '* Display of G.E. Product
7000. Will finance. Elwood government in Clay County>> Notice is hereby given that the %31 East Forsyfh Street. Jacksonville Stereo Purchases JISWK

Johnson Phone 2846652. Res. under the banner of Barry undersigned under the provisions Florida and file the
of chapter 86 .09. Laws of Florida -i original answer or pleading in ttEMEMBERTHERE'S
305 South :Magnolia (opposite WANTED TO RENT with Goldwater. Needed: workers Acts of 1957. will register i the Office of the Clerk of the NO SEARCH FOR SERVICE WHEN YOU BUY FROM
11-21-tfc possible option to buy modern with, the Clerk of the Circuit I Circuit Court in and for Clay
Yarn Mill) and Contact Harold
/ money. Court in and for Clay County. County. Florida, on or before F
f 3 or 4 Bedroom House in Green G. Hill by mail at Doctors Inlet State of Florida upon receipt of I Inotke. the 30th day of December. 1963.
Cove. P.O. Box 433. Green proof of publication of this If you fail to do so. judgmentby F
; by phone at MIddleburg the Fictitious name of default will be taken againstyou
FOR SALE OR LEASE-Shir Cove. 12-5 tfc 2825110. 10-10 tf p FUTURISTIC COINS for the relief demanded In
/SignedJohn D. Goodwin the complaint.. This notice shall
ley's Truck Stop on Hwy. 21 Pub. 11-21. 28. 12-5 1%. 1963LEGAL be published once each week for .

4 one mile S. Middleburg.. HELP WANTED MALE four consecutive weeks In the llY
Clay County Crescent.
Pumping average of 12,000 gFor 65 WEEKLY AND MORE DONE AND ORDERED AT I
Must retire due reliable to I NOTICE Green Cove Springs. Clay Coun- v
gals. monthly. man or woman : ty. Florida this 21st day of 1

to illness. Phone Middleburg. service customers in Green WANTED I NOTICE OF CLOSING OF IUD November 1963. ,

BUtler 2-9250. 12.12-tfI c Cove Springs Full or part time. MALE OR FEMALE wantedto TO WHO IT MAY CONCERN: Clerk George Circuit L. C'trllfll Court. ,
No investment. Write C. to do house-to-house canvass that on the Jth day of December. Olay Countv Florida r

Ruble. Dept. D-l P. O. Box one or two hours a day. WriteP. 1963. in accordance with Section By: Grace Deputy)L Carlisle Clerk r 24 NORTH ORANGE AVE. GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA

I FOR SALE Gas heaters; 1 2447, Memphis, Tennessee. O. Box 578-31 Green Cove.1017c 366.09 1961.and the 366.10 Board Florida of County Statutes Pub. 11-28. 12-5. 12. 19. 1963 R PHONES: : GCS 284-4044 or OP 2649565"NOW

kerosene heater gas hot water 12.12-g i Commissioners of Clay County.

heater apartment size -- Florida adopted a resolution BUY YOUR r 0 E' -t
gas closing! abandoning vacatingand oO 1Trflf n. h. Q C. !
stove tricycle good condition FOR SALE 1952 4-door discontinuing a certain roador TREE FROMA r .:r _
in Florida & JILritle. 3//11
street: Clay County. >
Chevrolet; $200 cash. Phone JAYCEE laA- '=- B
and Bedroom suite. Call 284- described: as follows e ) "
/ ;
3172. 12-12 c: Frank Cox GCS 284-3204. That certain portion Farm-of a II C..'
street in the Florida
II I 12-12 c er's Land Company Subdi- ,
I vision according to plat -
thereof recorded In Plat
FOR SALE Beef by the half 4PERSONAL Book 1, page 49 of the public
I will not be responsible for
& records of ClaylCounty. Flor-
or whole; also pork smoked
Incurred ida which is bounded on the
debts those
sausage. Or will butcher chill any except r Southeast by Tract 22 and

and cut yours. Leroy Wilson by myself. 21 the of Northerly said plat half and of boundedon Tract r THAT WE'RE HERE DO

phone GCS 2844557. Ronald E. Henderson FOR T1IK BEST !. all-roaad the Northwest by Tract
PO Box Middleburg rood printlBK try the CRESCENT! 13 and the Northerly half of -1
12-13-C 12.12,19,26&1-2-p I' PRESS, INC.: The priee U right. And Tract the 14 said of Board said plat.did. la said 4. YOU STILL WANT TO SEE MY

k'"k'->-frW M-....M-fr: : : : : -H- x'HHth'H-.'-. : : : I : I I 1 1 : : : 1 I 1 resolution 1. Renounce: and disclaim all "
rights of the County and Publicin ETCHINGS ? ,
1 I and to the land constituting

l. AREA BUSINESS{ DIRECTORY | said 2. road.Renounce and disclaim all o.

. . . rights of the said County and
I I I I Iii i-i-*->-% *-*-* -t j-S-J ----'-.'-.'-' i-i SSSS*"S"I I I I n I I I I I ;-i.-. -, Public in and to any land or Ifs
interest therein acquired by
purchase gift devise dedicationor Finger paintings no doabt! This clever young
.HU'c GISTSEASTERUNG I OFFICE EQUIPMENT prescription In such street.

3. Renounce and disclaim all man has more free time for "courting" and
AIR BASE FURNITURE CO. rights of said County and Publicin "painting"by
PHARMACY AMERICAN and to any lands or interest = :i-
Fine FurnitureCarpeting therein delineated upon any f r banking-by-mail and paying bills with a Bank of
Appliance Reliable OFFICE SUPPLY CO. map or plat appearing of record
Prescription Service
in the public records of Clay
Complete Home Furnishings Orange Park checking account. You have ?
County. Florida aa to said described 'I you one
5O33 Roosevelt. Rlvd. Complete Cosmetic Dept. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner street or road.
Jacksonville DATED this 9th day of December -
EV 7-4619
Cameras FilmsPharmaceutical Specialists in THE BOARD OF COUNTY


Pacemakers and Homette Needs Office Equipment */ George I*. Carlisle - .
Pub. 12-12. 1363RAINBOW -
Norris for Travel Sundries 1 COMPllfK COMriOIMIIAl. COUITIOUS
Complete Line of Greeting ,
Used Trailers-Bank Financing GIRLS

i 6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blanding) Blvd. Cards BAKE SALE AND h... Banking ServiceTHURSDAY.

BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. Inc. Jacksonville FV
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