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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 26, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\ Berwick Anderson who master-minded Green Cove's that point there was no opportunity to ask him who was an industry employing 500 persons. This was twice the

\ y long and successful fight for validation of $775,000 of rev- going to war against whom. figure used by Governor Farris Bryant in an earlier tele-

vision interview on the subject.
enue certificates to purchase the federal property adjacent Rex Smith, Jr., a "Green Cove taxpayer" who now

w ? to the City, said this week the 8-month legal battle cost resides in St. Johns County, could not be reached for com- After the original suit was thrown out of Circuit

the city approximately $20,000. more than $5.000 of which ment. Mr. Smith is reputedly moving to Belle Glade Court a second suit was filed attacking the legality of the

within the next two weeks.G. City's purchase. The second suit contended the City could
i. is additional interest paid on borrowed funds.
legally obtain funds only through issuance of bonds not to
r Y 4 E. Wiggins of Keystone the third plaintiff in the
The efforts of three Green Cove taxpayers to block will exceed 15 per cent of the total assessed valuation of prop-
suits, told The Crescent he held no ill toward anyone.He
purchase of the property by the City came to an end last erty within the City. It was alleged that $750,000 was in
would find
expressed the hope that the City soon a
Wednesday when the Florida Supreme Court in a unanimous excess of that 15 per cent.
profitable utilization for the property.
k decision, validated the revenue certificates.
"I wasn't like the other two" Mr. Wiggins said. Two other actions were subsequently filed and nearly

i7 u- A Frank Canova one of the three plaintiffs in whose "I own property in Green Cove. You know that." three months ago the case was taken to the State Supreme

I \ names the numerous suits were brought, told The Crescenthe Court. In the meantime, the three plaintiffs or those for
The litigation which Mr. Smith told The Crescent
had no comment on the decision except that the Florida whom they were acting sacked the first law firm and hired
some weeks financed "ten eleven different
ago was by or
Times-Union story of last Thursday was filled with in- another one.
n people began last spring when the 'City moved into the

accuracies. picture and topped a $620,000 offer by the State. The From start to finish, the City's case was successfullypled

( "It wasn't a bond issue." Mr. Canova said;"if it had State Legislature passed a bill authorizing Green Cove to by Berwick Anderson and his brother Thomas W.

been; the people of Green Cove had had an opportunityto issue revenue certificates to purchase it. Anderson of Miami.

vote on it, there would have been no City-owned base.
In May the initial suit against the City was filed. On Mayor Edward Taylor, of Green Cove said he was
Everyone is so up in arms,about it they're ready to go to
war." May 30, a spokesman for the now-defunct Committee of delighted at the outcome of the litigation and expressedthe

..** 100 was quoted in.the Florida Times-Union as saying the hope that some parts of the property may now be
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Berwick Anderson Inasmuch as Mr. Canova hung up the telephone at State was prepared, within a year to move into the base leased or sold to private industry.



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The County School Board will get an additional $1,566 In

State recalculation funds the State Board of Education an- text of the Supreme Court's unanimous decision writ-

: nounced last week. pT ten by Justice B. K. Roberts follows:

With County school' .average' daily.att 1"iln.up 5.17 per : .. "This-is an appeal from a decree of the circuit court validating -

cent In the first two months of this school year the County will 775000.00 of revenue certificates proposed to be

i.i: share more than $3 million..with. 22 other counties, and 19 issued by the City of Green Cove Springs for the purpose of

,: junior: colleges. financing the acquisition of properties comprising the deactivated

I ,I: County School Board officials said the extra funds, repre- .' United States Naval Station at Green Cove Springs
;: senting less than one fifth of one per cent of the State's annual t ,"
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:, contribution to the County school budget. Indicate estimates passed and
The 1963 session of the Florida Legislature
\ made last spring were about as close to actual attendance
"r. as approved Senate Bill No. 679 which authorized the city to Issue
they could have been. t i <:d2 Qs11ir of
revenue certificates without an election for the purpose
At the same time, the State Board of Education announced
the bill
financing the purchase of the station. Pursuant to
& : i. a grant of $105,179 in recalculation funds to St. Johns River ? '
r M and the City Charter the commission of Green Cove Springs au-
Junior College whose average daily attendance this year rose thorized the Issuance of water and electrical revenue certificates -
44.5 cent from last year's
per averages.
1 :,. fR in the principal amount of 775000.00 for the purchaseof
St. Johns will receive another $250.000 fora library-
the station in order to enlarge and Improve the sewerage
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( I classroom building. The money is to be borrowed from general .::
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disposal system and electrical system presently being operatedand
revenue and repaid from the proceeds of the recently-approved
maintained under Its charter the revenue certificates -
by the city
$75 million college building bond issue.
t t : to be payable from the sale of electricity water and
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According to E. E. Francis assistant superintendent and tJ --.t
the cigarette taxes. The city then filed In the circuit court a
IJ finance officer of the County Schools, the State provides approximately J
c : petition to validate the certificates. The State's Attorney
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84.6 per cent of the County school system's total
tI filed an answer reciting that "(The State of FlcrWft can S*\ w
I,, ,,. receipts the balance of 15.4 per cent, approximately $225,000
no cause why the issuance of the water and electric revenuecertificates
1 comes from local tax sources. I
: The County schools have not this year been authorized 3 ; I described in said petition should not be validated -
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The
appellants
r. any Federal impact funds. If legislation now pending is passed, f .r t f.e4 intervened and filed a motion to

it Is estimated the scho. may receive $75,000 $80,000 from dismiss on the grounds that the issuance of the bonds Is an

k Washington. unauthorized expenditure under the city charter that Senate

.. Bill 679 (1963) is unconstitutional in that it Is In conflict with

6 the city charter and contrary to Art 9. Sec. 10 of the Florida

Florida Growth Close To Constitution and that the petition for validation "attemptsto

M Ms 13' fit ask for an authorized expenditure of municipal funds for a

s ; > g :z function not municipal in nature." At the hearing In the trial

1 i 1 Three Times Nation'sFlorida court the appellants declined to argue their motion to dismiss:

and Indicated their willingness to proceed on the merits. The

court then denied the motion to dismiss and
ordered
that the
will have a population of seven to seven and a
.. petition to Intervene would be granted and that such
half million persons by 1970 if the state continues to grow as petition
would stand as an answer to the petition to validate.
.;. it has since the 1960 census, says University of Florida economics No evi-
dence was submitted by the appellants at the hearing although
professor D. John N. Webb.
i In a study on provisional estimates of the population of entered they were represented by counsel of record and the court
I its final decree validating the certificates
Florida counties, just published by the University's Bureauof the after giving:
Economics and Business Research Dr. Webb reports that ( city state and appelants attorneys time to "gO over the
prepared) decree". The appellants In their brief
and oral
Florida's population increased 13.9 per cent during the past
argument contend that the title of Senate Bill 679 fails to fairly,
: three years as compared with 5.2 per cent increase for the \ disclose
t the content of the body of the Act In that the bill
Upited States as a whole during the same period. ." authorized
-, the pledge of the cigarette tax. but did not
The 10 largest counties in the state at the time of the : such specific mention
source of revenue. There
Is
no merit In
last census contained 70.3 per cent of the total population of ; .. tention'this

the state and accounted for 75.7 per cent of the state's total The title to Senate ,* *
Bill 679 (1963) provides
.;.gains between 1950 and 1960, his figures showed. t! .\ "AN ACT RELATING TO AND
1M AUTHORIZING
Although these 10 counties (Dade. Duval Hillsbrough.Pinellas. : CITY OF GREEN COVE SPRINGS CLAY THE

Broward, Orange PaJm Beach Polk Escambia and t;$ .J TO PURCHASE THE DEACTIVATED GREEN COUNTY 1

+ Volusia) had In total the same proportion of the state's '" SPRINGS NAVAL COVE
STATION
FOR SUCH
population in mid-1963 as in April 1960 they are not making THE CITY COMMISSION AMOUNT AS
MAY DETERMINE
as large a contribution to state gains in this decade as in the BEST: INTEREST OF THE CITY; PROVIDING TO THE

11 Jut Dr. Webb Said.Southern. THE ISSUANCE OF REVENUE ANTICIPATION"CERTIPICATES FOR

,T Madonna of the 'Magnificat'' by Sandro Botticelli ((1447 1510)And ) OP ; PROVIDING FOR RETIREMENT
SAID '
CERTIFICATES
Bell SubscribersSouthern ; AUTHORIZING+ THE:
LEASE OP ANY PART
T OF SAID STATION FOR

so it was, that while they were there,"the days were ;' "And suddenly there was with the MUNICIPAL PURPOSES; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE -
angel
Bell Telephone Company had a continued growth a multitude of DATE.
accomplished that she should be delivered. the heavenly host _,_
? and expansion of services in the county.during 1963. John Tucker praising God and saying Article m. Sec.
XVI. Florida
"And she brought, forth her firstborn son and wrappedhim Constitution provides "Eacfr
district manager said this week. "Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace goodwill law enacted In the
In swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger; because Legislature shall embrace but one subject
t.owant.men.
Simultaneously the company announced plans to spend and matter
there was no room for them In the Inn. properly connected therewith. which subject
$79.4 million for new facilities In Florida In the coming year. "And it came to pass, a* the anrels were shall be expressed In -
the
i< "And there were In the same country' shepherds abidingin gone away title The subject
This figure is greater than the combined capital expenditures from ,them into heaven the of the
ti the fields keeping watch over their fleck by nifht. shepherds said to one another act. the acquisition of the alrbase and the Issuance of
J for'the period from 1935 through 1946. The company's Let us now unto
12-year CO even Bethlehem.-and revenue
see this I certificates,
thing which are clearly::
"And lo the angel of the Lord came upon them and the erpressed In the title as required
1 I total Investment within the State Is now put at more than Is come to pass which the
.Lord hath_madelcnown by the Constitution.
onto Matters
of the
glory Lord shone. round about them; and they were us. properly connected with

$682 million. ore afraUL .:.. "And they came with haste, and found Mary and Joseph j the subject need not appear In the title however the title of
Of the total projected expenditures, $32 million Is earmarked and the babe lying in the th'r -'-, states that the provides
"And the
angel said.onto them. Fear not:. for behold, Ibring manger."And act -for retirement of
for,23,Telephone buildings to be constructed or enlarged. you good tidings of great ,Joy. which shall be to an when they had seen, it, they made 'known abroad said --tHJra.t"S.- The title Is suffldeii,. to put appellant or

)} Mr. Tucker said that in 1963. Orange Park subscribers In- people. the s+yingwhich'was told ,them eoaccntinc :this child. any other citizen on notice -that would reasonablylead to

6 I t,1 creased by 273. to bring total telephone users there' to 2773. "For unto Ion Is born this day in the city of David aSa "And all they that heard tt wondered-at.those thinrswhich Inquiry as.. to the method of retirement of the certificate.
j Keystone there 81 telephones added to the .,..
In were new bring at0. -
i our. which! bChrist the Lord. were told them.by the,shepherd.* v Boldness (1953) 65 So. 2nd, 7,..In addltioa.the
( totaal to 1087. Green Cove added 72 for total of MId- bill 1
a 1995. :. mat -tthfn the
"And this shall'be sign unto Ye shall test applied in Mayo Polk
a yon find the Bat Mary kept afl these 'Y. County
i .H- :cUeburg added 25 new phones to bring the total to 329; and babe wrapped in,swaddling. clot&eg, ; lying In a manger v her heart. things i and, pondered' them to .C1936) 124 PIa. 534. 169 So. 41 and Panunouni-Gulf: TtStrta
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H. Wilson manager dividends will be based on the
1 of the St. Petersburg Regional following: accelerated 1964 t
Office of the Veterans Administration dividend payment of the P
r otl kkcr announced this week November 1963 or later premium -
t that the 1964 National Service month; additional detailson :
by DUNCAN GKONEK Life Insurance dividend of payment of special dividendto E EW
$214.000,000 and U. S. Gov- qualified insureds with the
ernment Life Insurance divi- $5 total disability income pro-
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Merry Christmas.It dend of $15,000,000 is to be vision rider will be furnishedat

should have been happy news to everyone in the County paid on an accelerated basis. a later date.Dividends 4 4
=1= and I mean those in Orange Park Keystone Doctors Inlet I I In addition a special divi- { # eo
=!: : Middleburg. Penney Farms and Clay Hill; not to speak of Green dend of 5.000.000 will be paidon will be paid as far
Cove that the Florida Supreme Court acted as it did. National Service Life In- as possible during January ,
t I surance accounts to present or 1964, but insureds should not *r .. I* '
:;1 Any other decision would almost certainly have locked the former holders of the $5 total write VA before first of March 'R- till :
:;t entire County in the grip of a political dictatorship that would disability income benefit. 1964 about non-receipt of div-
I have made anything that went before it look like the reign of ', idends. Inquiries to VA during
! I i your George Washingotn. This is still not clearly under- The accelerated 1964 dividend the processing time for pay-
stood by a number of people in the County. will be paid during the ment of the dividend will slow
C 1 month of January 1964 Wilson down the payment Wilson
I But that's a story in itself. said. | said. ._:_.:.:a
The requirements for these
We may rejoice that things have worked out as they have
I The Doctors Inlet Post Office has recently had coat of
and a very large share of the credit is due Berwick Andersonwho I a !
was pitted against three big time lawyers and won hands- I paint. The tiny building, owned by Postmaster Madison

down. ': : --P.--H--t--: : : -:-:-: .-: '.........-: .-tHH-+.-HHHHr: :. Houston and leased to the federal government, underwent
d both interior and exterior painting. I
Mr. Anderson believes the City's break came when Gov- ;+ :tT Crescent Photo by Elizabeth Groner
ernor Farris Bryant suggested to City officials that they allow I IIi
the State to buy the base and then sell it to the City at a T !- . . . !. .! . . ., .p.n.----- .

$120,000 profit. i 1:1 I

j Hizzoner, the Governor. I think is a cynical politician andI 1. : J I p p.L
pray he will not do as he has threatened and run again to : 1f It t
succeed himself. His attitude toward Clay County has been f it.. + :
something akin to that of the United State's Government to- \ -+t.t ;"t
ward Albania. Mr. Bryant has been for all the wrong things at : + ::: .1 WARMEST
He is opposed to the two-party
most of the wrong times. t i
system because, he says, it engenders machine poltics. He is :_ ,.. t .J
opposed to a public accounting of political contributions and w %,.: .. .t ) I, t ]. ;c y t OLD -
expenditures. He is certainly no friend of Clay County. :TT ( :(:

l However. I think the Governor's blooper on making a fast ++I X MERRY CHRISTMASWISHES
buck for the State at the expense of Green Cove was only the '
H beginning of a series of false starts, poor advice and political + i'May 'If 3Je f.
cynicism which has permeated the State's position in the whole i
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its officials and Mr. Anderson have acted in good faith throughout. it : ++II i
And it is to Berwick Anderson that a large share of the +I Orange & Palmetto Green Cove Springs YI r j: Middleburg. Florida ,

j credit must go. tIt +i ': : : : : U : HrH: : : : -:: : : : : I : : : : I I : : I : : : :.r i t: : : : :--t-i :-:-:-++-:+". HH'i: : : : : : : : : : -.....+:.:-i:

I have, in my unschooled days been highly critical of It f H---H---: : : : ."+H-:+:-:-: :H-: : : : : : : : : : rH+: : : : : t I : : t : : : : : : I : : : : t : : : t i : : I It : : : : : : : :+:---H-K-H-H-H: +H
Berwick Anderson. It was nearly a year ago when an alleged .
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confronted Berwick Anderson with it. I told him that one of r ... 4
the two of them was lying. I know now who was lying andI ... .J;I:t.I ',..... ',-
take this occasion to publicily apologize to Mr. Anderson. A J. I

l i But enough. ""** .*' .... .... 1. Your Wishes X: ,- M

The base Is ours. It te locally controlled and there will be i :t lt.: rr
I no czar saying who may or may not be hired in any plant that i ii :: I r .. '
goes in there, no .. as Haydort Burns would say local I'i i'A I3*: j ti
i kingmaker who will dictate who sells the insurance, the fuel oil, 'j :f! All Come True tJ 4rJ y'' _
het numerous other things that will be needed when we get : j II:

going out there. I"t' %,.' k

.r Merry Christmas. %_ f: We all have special dreams and "IJ.i: _

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i f Ii hopes for the future... may those "'.1 a i

: wishes that are dearest your heart l .
fAIrttrrs tnII tqr 3E1iithrl I I

k I I II t be grcr.:: ..1 1 this Christmas. I:;


f f l To the Clay County Crescent: j great need In the County GEORGE L. CARLISLE FAMILY II IIrY 4g
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I. It is with pleasure that I new industry new forl.j !
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County that I will seek nomi- much to offer we will need;1 A.; I
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I Commissioners for District 5. I let the world know what we < :tI : ...... II':
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: to all the citizens of the County It is elementary that noji I 4, ': ;<" "" Yia : L: r' :L 44 '% r
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l experience gained over a period the man who occupies, it and'X' .,: f.

Ii i:I: of more than fifty years. I II the decision as to who that ,S .._.i _._._. .,_..,..m; :,'-'- "'H"J\ !,: s ,.
own my own home in Green! man shag be is ene that mast' 7 I:f 5JR
: Cove and have been be decided: by those whcr TOte. j .) l :
a taxpayer "
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t. since 1948. I served overseas I Since' my retirement from ,).. .. -..--:-, ..z.-, = : k
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commander of the Greensboro; 'I have been associated' with x tr :I

N. C. chaper of Disabled Veterans a real estate ofrice far Green' =F

q and I was cited by i:Cove. If elected"' T promise to + ,.
Greensboro's Mayor Van Story work for the betterment oi"the 'k r 0\\t:
: for my work in connection with entire County. The' American t -t :J
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veterans and civic activities in ideal Is that. public office is tiw j ieie
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the Forties. not something to' be gambledbut t i"
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1 > The resposibiliities of a public ;. rather an opportunity to :t: !r { :t .
In the months between ?' 4k c, 1.
serve. ?
.servant are great. He must :f tl.I
first,of all recognize that he is now and primary time T will J .... .

l ;ia: representative of the people ..'have comments: and: 1 Y .+... ,:: }
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He must know what has gone tions on howwe StJZgeS-'I -: yM
before him and what may reasonably qulcLiyand im a more J : : I
way move ahead:. ; :i: 14j
be expected to come.There
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1s. as we all know. a.:. John D. Goxafnini t'i '
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1 is good for Clay U rood for The Crescent" i r fi)
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.,. Duncan Goldthwalte GronrcElizabeths Leonard; Grvoer T Good Cheer ToFriends + y f ,
Editor and Publisher Secretaryby ij : .
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/ General Manager 1 All Our i+ '} '. _

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i Crescent Press. Irtc- + We' sincerely hope that holidayseason I
P. O. Box 578 4 your

Green Core Springs Fix. I is filled with warmth and cheerthroughout. t .

.1 TelephoneGCS 2S4-31C5 I + The 'season brings so many wondrous joyswe -
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.(' Jacksonville %".1151 I : hope that you will share in all of them.:
t Entered' as Second Claw Matter July 15. 19(2. at the Post Office. 0 J ii MURHEE Ii
..fCreenCove Spring Florida under' the' Act of March 3. 1S97. FAMILY
& .: 8ec4 Cl... peetase paM at Gr**a CTC Sprig Fla.
in Witt SUBSCRIPTION RATES COUNTY COMMISSIONER District No. 4 /EGHE'S' :BAR -& PACKAGE
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Two 'Years-In advance NN N$6 : : Keystone Heights, Florida I .'!' Highway 13 Orangedalev' FIoridat1.

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(Continued From Page 1) I facilities as well as numerous recreational facilities. All of the
OP Student CouncilThe
foregoing have been held to be public purposes. The City High Murrhee
v. City of Pensacola (1952) 62 So-2nd 431. The Act here involved that _
recognized
some parcels of the station are not essential
authorized the payment of the revenue certificates partly to municipal purposes at this time and could be leased for private g. Insurance Agency
from the proceeds of the cigarette taxes imposed under Chapter r
use but contends that such parts are purely incidental to _
210. F. S.. and ample authority for the City to pledge such tax the main public purpose and are necessary in order to acquire w' *
to secure repayment of money borrowed for the purposes expressed L a a QIAARY
the facilities needed for its municipal and public projects be-
in the act can be found in the following decisions: I
I cause the Navy Department would only sell the base in totoas
of (Fla. 1954) 72 So2nd 371 ParamountGulf
State v. City Tampa ; -
a package deal. Any lease money gained from this partof
= Theatres v. City of Pensacola supra; Welker v. State of
the station would be used to help meet the payments on
Florida (Fla.) 93 So.2nd 591.
the certificates.
The primary contention of the appellants is that the acquisition -I l6i See: RICHARD MURRHE1
We hold then that the dominant purpose of the proceed- 1 Y
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I purpose may be temporarily served by the lease of the Phone 4734786CHRISTMAS
wihtout merit. See State v. Clay County Development Author- .
buildings or other facilities is purely incidental to the main I
ity (Fla. 1962) 140 So.2nd 576, and cases cited. I
public improvement. Our precedents support the validity of
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proposed revenue
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distribution system a sewerage disposal system which it Is said Ohter questions presented have been considered and foundto p 1iJ1fI ..t .-:: 4.....
would meet the anticipated need of the city for several years be without merit. tt
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LEGAL NOTICKV LEGAL AOTICH

For Sale %pe. used living LAY Phone 284-6711
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f' THE JUDGE'S COURT: OF THE COUNTY JUDGE'S room suit. $35.00 Phone IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
CLAY COUNTY, FLORID COURT OF CLAY COUNTY:!' THE FOURTH JUDICIAL
IN PROBATE.NO. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE 2843238. 12-26 P CIR VIT OF FLORIDA Monday thru Friday Two

C20. NO. 12 IN AND FOR CLAY Shows each evening
In re: Estate of ESTATE OFALICE COUNTY.
I GRACE ALTHEA PAGE M. LAMBERT 7 A 9 pjn.
11 1 / w 1 1 deceased. Deceased. IV CHANCERY. NO. C-M77 Sat. & Sun. Continuous
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo NOTICE OF SALE .
All Creditors and Persons YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- In Re: PETITION OF From 2 p.m.
Having Claims or Demands FIED that on the 10th day of $65 WEEKLY AND MORE PHIL Z. STRATTON
against said Estate: January, 1964, beginning at 10:00
For reliable to
man or woman
You. and each of you are o'clock A. M. at the North door NOTICETO Wed. Thur. & Fri.
hereby notified and required to of the County Court House in service customers in Green
AIR CONDITIONING 1 BOATS TRADING POST present any claims and demands Green Cove Springs. Florida,. I : WALTON RAYMOND Dec. 25, 26. 27
which you or either of you, the undersigned Administratorde Cove Sprint Full or part time. WRIGHT.
may have against the Estate of Bonis Non. of the estate of No investment. Write C. R. RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU HOOTENANNY HOOT

MILBERGER INLET MARINAMERCURY CAREY'S TRADING POST Grace late of Althea said (County Page, ,deceased to the Alice sell at M.public Lambert outcry deceased to the high-will Ruble, Dept. D-l, P. O. Box ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Starring Brothersfoor:

County Judge of Clay County est and best bidder for cash,. the that the above-named Petitioner -
2447 Tennessee.
Memphis
WE BUY SELL TRADE Florida at his office |in the following described real property -I PHIL Z. STRATTOIThas
& JOHNSON Courthouse of said County at situated in Clay County 12-26p filed a petition In the above- Sat. Dec. 28
REFRIGERATION Three locations: Green Cove Springs Florida,. Florida to wit: styled court for the adoption of
ENGINES 15 E.Palmer St.Ph.284-3280 within six calendar months frog Lots Twenty-three (23) and the minor child named therein RIO BRABA
the time of the first publicationof Twenty-four (24), Oak Terrace PHYLLIS JEAN WRIGHT. an T
SERVICEAIR CROSBY BOATS Warehouse & antiques-old this notice. Two copies of Subdivision. Green Cove you are required to show cause ALSO
each claim or demand shall be why the same should not b.
EE-ZY TRAILERS Gym Bid?., S. Orange Ave. filed in writing and shall state Springs. Florida. granted by serving a copy o'. PLAY IT COOL
This sale is made pursuant to
the place of residence and post FOR SALE 110 lb. set of your written defenses, if any
CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE -BIG TOP" tent-Blanding office address Order of above Court authorizing Starring Bobby Nee
of the claimant,
upon SCRUBY & YONGE. Attorneys
said sale. weights by Healthwars, $12.00.
REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR and shall be sworn to by the for Petitioner. 305 Great
Blvd. at Ridgewood Dated this 17th day of December -
claimant his agent or his attorney 1963. Practically new. Ideal gift for Oaks Circle. Orange Park. Florida -
HEATING SERVICE Hwy. 17 Orange Park and shall be accompaniedby and by filing the
Furniture and appliances at signedCalvin I* Brow teenage boy. Phone 2849461. original Sun. Mon. Tues.
a filing fee of dollar,
one and
thereof with the Clerk of said
Phone CO 4-9835 Administrator de Bonis Non
I 9 S. Palmetto Street bargain prices 8tfc any such claim or demand not of the Estate of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. 12-27 Court: on or before the 20th day Dec. 39 31
so filed shall be void. of January 1964 otherwise
} Alice M. Lambert. Deceased ; a
Home Phone 284-9780 sMrs.. .Ann M. Harrison. decree will be entered against BEACH PARTY
Pub.
As Executrix of the Last 12/19, 26, 63; 1/%, 9, 64 you granting said adoption.

Business Phone 284-9581 BEVERAGES Will and Testament ofGrace WITNESS my hand and the Robert Gumming
HAIRCUTS Althea Page seal of said court at Green Cove
deceased. Spring. Florida this 16th day of
Pub. 12-12. 19, 26. 63 1-2, 64. December. 1963.GEORGE.

TV APPLIANCE PAUL'SAn We give"FirstHaircut" LEGAL NOTICE J. H. BlockerFuel L CARLISLE Wed.Jan.Than.L 2, 3 Fri.

LEGAL NOTICE Clerk of the Circuit Court

SERVICEWe NOTICE OF INTENTION TO By Vivian H. Sohm GREAT ESCAPE
Legal Beverages REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Deputy ClerkPub.

Repair All Brands Notice is hereby given that the I 12-19, 26. 63; 19., 64..
Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. HMRCUTS$1.00: undersigned under the provisions Oil Service

Servicing Clay CountyFor -
Duval County Line I ALL Florida I I
with the Clerk of the
Sixteen Years Circuit The First Church
North of Orange Park Court in and for Clay County Presbyterian
a Orange Park Ph. 2649565FULLERTON'S Orange Park Barber Shop State of Florida, upon receipt oi Hour Service

Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. proof notice, of the publication Fictitious name of of this 24 : : Magnolia Ave. at Gum

UPHOLSTERING same location for over 15 yean WESCOTT TRAILER PARK ,
/SlgnedMrs.. Hattie Mae Biddle Green Cove
KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 I Pub. 12-19. %6,' 1.%, 9., '64 Phone GCS 284-9250
24 N. Orange Ave. --

Green Cove Spgs. 284-4044 BAXLEY'S' TRIM SHOF LEGAL AOTICBCERTIFICATE ? Mornin: tiff orsh'p 11 o'clock

t MILK DELIVERY OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTIONIX in o'clock
& : Church School 9:45
Furniture
Complete Auto :
THE NAME AND BY THE '
UPHOLSTERING Upholstering W. D. MorrisDistributor AUTHORITY OF THE CLAUDE'S COBBLER SHOP VISITORS WELCOMEA

1400 W. Idlewild Ave. STATE OF FLORIDATO
ALL TO WHOM THESE 1712 U. S. HIGHWAY No. 17
FREE ESTIMATESALL Ph. 284-3505 PRESENTS SHALL COME, .
NOW SERVING
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Cove Cove Florida GREETINGS:
WORK GUARANTEED Springs, Whereas. Orange Park, Green Cove, Middleburg
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I Free Estimates All MilkFor E. B NEUMANN.Green ,
i Jersey Cove springs, Florida and surrounding areas.
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY ''
ree Pick-up and Delivery HOMER S. BROWN, SECRET is eroteR
Green Cove Springs, Florida The Finest Service I_ Nor
Handle Any and All of Your
RUTH NEUMANN silos REPAir
Upholstery Needs! Green Cove Springs, Florida fYEING WORTti KEEPING OR TOO
Archie PadgettOn HOME DELIVERYCALL PAULINE BROWN ,
HAROLD BAXLEY Green Cove Springs. Florida RF.-ST"II GOOP TOAppearances KEEP.
Kfnsley' Ave., Just & did on the 28th day of FebruaryA. LUGGAGE and IIB.G REPAIR
Owner Upholsterer 21 yrs.
East of Hwy. 17 D. 1953 cause to be Incor. OHTHOPKIHC CORRECTIONS
EDWIN BAXLEYSon 2C4-9949 or 284-3166 porated under the laws of th4 SHOE ACCESSORIESIF I .-11
Ph. No. COnress 4-9213 State of Florida NEUMANN-
and Upholsterer 4 I
yrs. BROWN HARDWARE, INC !VL
a THE SHOE FITS REPAIR IT! .
Orange Park, Fla. E. HUMMEL corporation with its principal X!!
place of business at GREE
Upholsterer- 6 yrs. COVE SPRINGS. CLAY COUNTYin Claude R. Jone Sr. Pfc. Sftl- CH

p Lf'l.. nThr.: the State of Florida and l1 it W'fT
whereas such corporation did
ELECTRICALAtlas SIGN PAINTING on the 17th day of December
: NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO A. D. 1963, cause to be filed in
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 'the office of the Secretary of
the State of Florida, the docu-f .
Electrical & Mechanical I QUALITY Notice is hereto given that I mentary authority required unf "Accentuate the Positive" a \
t thc' undersigned under the provisions der Section 608.27. Florida Statutes .
CompanyWe I I'I .of. chapter 86;>.OJ: Lau showing the dissolution o eft eft
o Flo":. > r.rs in57; w'H r""- such corporation
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do all types of electrical SIGN PAINTIINGLEE Ister with the Clerk of the Circuit -I Now therefore, the Secretaryof c'i%,
Court In and for Clay .o

wiring. WARNER Count<.e.:.>,., cr'Mate nrgin'of Florida publication uponr I'I satisfied the State foregoing does that hereby the and requirement that certify he to i' Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land I .

.f RAY SIIIPP 305 GlendeningRoad of namI this notice, the Fictitious of the. law have been compliedwith With the old swimming hole nearby

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Owner and Manager Orange Park. Fla. /Si ned/ ;Jesse Quieley! Jr. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 Tracts from $375. up. Easy terms.
Phone 261-6316 Pub. UU.. 19,,26, 1963 have hereunto set my hand ant t
Phone 284-9228 I J have affixed the Great .Seal o' See Us for your Real I Estate Need I I
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State of Florida, at Tallahassee -
I the Capital this the SEV I II S +




I;;, I [ LiffS Sii iJ IDyVIDJS1Ii ii I .A.D.(ENTEENTH SEAL 1963.) Secretary TOM day of ADAMS DECEMBER- -of 12-26-63,State.-- '' Keystone Heights S. E. McKAY Phone 473-4810 I



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can deceive you! She's ordering travelers

f., I The Clay .
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: will checks from the KEYSTONE STATE BANK in
;! receive bids for a
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FOR SALE 2 bedroom. 6- FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom FOR RENT: Furnished 4 room clay Count to be prepared in Cotney Tire ServiceCor. preparation for their trip. They're safe and economical.MEMBER .
ac. ordance with established
:\ room house with new Fla. room house, newly painted inside and I house. 109 'V. Cove Street. planning principles acceptable tc

.I ) & garage. Asbestos siding: tui, reasonable, large yard ap- Ph. 284-9723. __ 12-19, 26, p' the .American the American Institute:Society of Planners o.: Park &. Kin- Jacksonville

Priced for quick sale, owner ohanees turni!>hed. Call Penney I I Planning Officials and other

I being transferred. Tel. lIo?- 5298241. 20tfc LEGAL- NOTICE professional planning and engin- Phone: tTV: 9-3027 or EV 4-6491 Tb. Q -jf
arms. I
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284-3849. 10-3-tfc plan shall contain the
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:IIN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF : F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSTHE
I THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT 1. ,, .
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and analr : FRIENDLY ,
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.', FOR SALE Two bedroom FOR RENT Three 50x120: I COUNTY FLORIDA. i I (a) Geographical setting and TIRE
and
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house, good condition, kitchen foot trailer lots. Shade, patios SOUTH I> CHANCERY BROOKLYN NO.SAVINGS 3T53 I .(b) Population resources .

i equipped, opposite Bennett and city water. Butcher's BANK, a corporation rI' Housing:: RE-CAPPING > -.- -
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(d) Economye _"i.itiffl W. c ; :k- J\__
School. Nice garage. Under Trailer Park H mile South I I v. Plaintiff i ( ) Existing land use and RETREADING

7000. Will finance. Elwood of Hilltop on Oakridge. GRETA J. 2. <* zoning I
BUTLER.Defendant. oni| rrhrnltr Plana
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12-5,12,19, 26 pn'A."TED ( Land ese REPAIRINGFrom 'ICCIII
Johnson Phone 284-6652. Res NOTICE OF SUIT I
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plans ordi-
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TO: Greta; Butler
opposite
305 South Magnolia ( nances, codes and regula-
30S Klnderkamaok I
Road the smallest to the LARGEST! .*
Yarn Mill) 11-21-tfc TO RENT with Orad ell, New Jersey The completed tions., 1.j JOT A REGULAR PRICE

cc possible option to buy, modern II I You notified Greta that J. Batter a Complaint, are hereby tc- ; of the within four plan(-I to) be month submitted -! Distributor Miller Tires Autolite Batteries 8 GASOLIYE) THAT[ MATCHES: I

3 or 4 Bedroom House in Green I foreclose a certain mortgage on'' letting of the contract and ,
bids shall I
FOR SALE OR LEASEShirley's the following described real be sealed and returned PI.HFon: L\XCE OF I
Cove. P.O. Box 433 Green to the Cl"rk of the Circuit Court
Truck Stop on Hwy. 21 I I property, to-wit: I for opening n,:> later than the PRKMIl'M( ft L\SOLIXESB
Lot Block |
Cove. 12-5. tfc Eight (8) Ten I S th da of and inORANGE I
January,
> 1964. at 9:00
mile S. of Middleburg.
one (10), MEADOWBROOK. Unit
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o"nek A.1.. IX 3 OUT OF
5 CARS
No. 2, according to plat recorded !
Pumping average of 12,000 I I in Plat Book 6, pages The Clay County Zoning Com- PARK I'DZ..JaIa
mission
gals. monthly. Must retire due PERSONAL 12 and 13, current public I any reserves and all the right to reJect -

to illness. Phone Middleburg: I will not be responsible for I records Florida. of Clay County THK CLAY bids.COUNTY Sinclair Station Road Service 2101 ti sd

BUtler 2-9250. 12-12-tf c any debts except those incurred has been filed against you and ZONING COMMISSION
Bj: George L. Carlisle, O
by myself. I I of you your are required answer to or serve pleading a copy to | Clerk Circuit Court 193 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264-6131 I Qai
Ronald E. Henderson Pub. 1%119, 26, '63
| the Complaint on the plaintiff'sattorneys. I
FOR RENT 3-room-and- I -- --
PO Box 4, Middleburg Marks Gray Yates LEGAL \OTICE
baht furnished apt., and 2- ,Conroy & Gibbs. 231 East For- -- -- -
room-and-bath furnished apt., 12-12, 19, 26 & 1-2 p syth Street. ;Jacksonville Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF :-:-:...-rrHHH -H-r-:+:-----------r----: : : : : : : : : -: -:.
j 1' and file the original answer I I CI.COl""T"l: -. FLORID sx
both near GCS Jr. High; water or pleading In the Office of the I> CHANCERY NO. 374 7'f +- Ali
Clerk of the Circuit Court. In
FANNIE LOUISE BROWN '1 r
and lights furnished. $60 and I WANTED Citizens interested and for Clay County. Florida,. or i Plantiff
or before the 27th of January !' 7
vs t I'
month respectively.
$50
a personally or financially, 1964. If you fail to do so, JudK, LUTHER FREDERICK BROW, L's '
Phone GCS 284-3553 or 284-I in building! a 2-party system of ment by default will be taken. Defendant.As + ;:
12-24tfc against you for the relief de Administrator of the Estate of s
9727. government in Clay County manded in the Complaint.This Ruben William Brown. Deceased 1 !
notice shall be published Luther Frederick Brown. William l s
I under the banner of Barry
cacti week II
once for four consecutive Kenneth Brown. James Ed- j a
FOR SALE Beef by the half Gold water. Needed: workers County Crescent.weeks In The Clay die Brown and Vona Earl Brown :
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NOTICE OF SlIT I
or whole; also pork & smoked and money. Contact HaroldG. DONE AND ORDERED at THE STATE OF FLORIDA 'T !,

sausage. Or will butcher, chill Hill by mail at Doctors Inlet Green 19th day Cove of Springs.December Florida 1963.this TO VONA RESIDENCE EARL UNKNOWN BROWN I I I't + STARK

/ and cut yours. Leroy Wilson ; by phone_ at Middleburg GEORGE L. CARLISLE I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 'I :r. ,
282-5110. I Clerk. Circuit Court that a suit has been filed '+ 4 .
2844557. 10-10 tf p r ,
phone GCS Clay County. Florida I i
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against you in the above entitled t o Ji
By Grace M. Carlisle
r 12-12-c I and ,' I :
cause you are hereby re- :t
Pub. 12/26. 63. 1/2. 9. 16. '64.
,. quired to plaintiff'sattorney 3 SINCLAIRDino
:.- I serve upon :t -:- ;
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whose name and address ,
appear hereon your writ- :it i-

r 1.HnHHtHtk.k.tr 1. ten of defenses. if In any.said to sui the*. bill .r '
It AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYKUUMTLKB complaint copy t
of which Is delivered to you herewith t ,
on or before January %' iIj
: +++- ; : -+-M.-t--H--H-rH-rH---rH---:. A. D. 1964.Herein 1'1' I:t. E 7l" GasolineAt
) I fail not or decree pro i
confesso will be entered against .' :
.:(;ISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT you for the relief prayed in the '
; i bill of complaint. cK f Sinclair AVE CARE
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AIR BASE FL "\ THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT 3j
\ PHARMACY AMERICANOFFICE BEING FOR To Set Aside the, : I ABOUT YOU .
Fine .'' Final Decree wherein Ruben ',

Carpeting SUPPLY CO. William Brown was Plaintiff and d L ABOUT YOUR CAR I
r Prescription Service Fannie Louise Brown was De-' I
Complete Home .- fendant. Said case being Cbanc -I MAY YOU HAVE lt

5053 .. Cosmetic Dept. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner rr Case Number 3426.WITNESS ):
my hand and the .I I J. Q. Tire Service
Jacksonville Specialists seal of said Court at Green Cove I' VERY BRIGHT -.
71"H" Cameras Films In Springs. Florida,. this 20th day!
it TRAILERS December. A. D... 1963. 1 I'of
Office Supplies and GEORGE L. CARLISLE i.' CHRISTMAS DAY! I JESS QUIGLEY
Pharmaceutical Needs
:Pacemakers and R Office Equipment Clerk Circuit" Court II
t. -_ f'" 'I I By Vivian H. Sohm.
Norris for Sundries Deputy Clerk :
P E Complete Line of Greeting (Court Seal) WAGER SERVICE STATION \ I Manager
): Used, '.: Norton. Wood 4c Moore '
t, 6017 .. 2032.. BlandJng Blvd.. Cards Attorney for__Plaintiff t it:!:: 'Orange)A at Center.Street Green Coi ,SprintPlione28913rj *
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ID BUTTS MOBILE FV I073et : 213 Baymar Building AVE. -- GREEN COVE :: .a: '' "ltI ;s. # "I ,...J .
2655-57 Park St.. Jacksonville ,
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The Rev. and Mrs. A. E.J i'I i Mrs. Charles Green, of Tam-I I A 16 mm. film on "New Ideasin necticut home.
1 Madaris and their children.j i I pa arrived on Sunday or a ,, Sandwich Making" is avail- Prints of the film are avail-
-'. t ; Patsy and Tim will spend two week visit with her cousin able free of charge to women'sclubs able free of charge from Pep-
Christmas week in Green Cove.I Mrs. Perla Goucher. Pepperidge Farm Inc.,I peridge Farm. The company
visiting their many friends. I I'has announced. I requests that a letter on Club
I While here they will, stay at Mr. Joel Padgett of Daytona, A soundtrack explains the stationery be written to: General -
yY R f Dr. Doran Yelton's home. II Beach will spend the holidays I i I demonstrations of Chef Aldo,I Promotion Department,
v4x.v )i /: with his mother Mrs. Alice IG. raziotin. of the Culinary In- Pepperidge Farm Norwalk
? ) y. I Mrs. H. G. Stone will spend Padgett. I stitute of America. Filming I Conn. Included in the letter
\ ) Christmas with her sL ter-int f'I was done on the premises of I should be alternate dates when
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1 5 law, Mrs. A. B. Reid. I :Mr. George Davis spent the:Pepperidge Farm, the well I r the film is desired and the
: v 1 A %j >, I I I,week-end in Daytona Beach as known bakery started in 1937 i number of members in the
o.r. derson and their daughter I kitchen of her FairfIeld Con I
'. Kathy,left on Sunday to spend Dr. and Mrs. Doran Yelton
? Christmas. in Pensacola with and their children left on
Mr. Anderson's sisters. Friday for Irvin Tenn. where
1 they will visi their parents. I'
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LOUIS L. HUNTlEY & FAMILY beautifully serene 1 J ii P, REVELS FORD MOTORAMA VAN-NESS BUICK-PONTIAC

COUNTY nSSIONER-District No.2 wonderfully joyouswe I lI l--
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SHERIFF ,J, P, HALL AND FAMILY CRESCENT
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I. i ROBERTS CHEVROLET & OLBSMOBiLE' CLAYTON REVELS CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH, INC. CLAY OIL CORPORATIONDoctors

Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs : ; ; 1050 North Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs II Inlet.Florida Walter G. Odum, President

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k.l i mas tree lights involves a tel- singed his hair but his lather
ephone switchboard a tele-I said immediately. "No more e k
lb I? 4c phone employee and ,candles." Sparky ::
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John Tucker. Jacksonville. tree had no warmth and sparkle -
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/ likes to tell how it hap-! a safer way to light it. As a S "
tlt pened about 50 years ago Telephone Employee he was ....,.
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i } 1900's people still lighted their switchboard lamps. He soldered -
I i wI t ti Christmas evergreens with wax I the little bulbs to a stringof ;
I candles The flickering glowof wires. Then he wrapped
candlelight on the spicy I colored paper around each I
t needles was beautiful but bulb but not touching the' If your dotting catches fire,
t tt dangerous.One I glass and anchored it to the f don't run .
f Christmas season RalphE. base of the bulb and the wires. z 1w RoD oo floor or groood .
t Morris an employe of New 1 I The tree shone brightly. Little Smother with coat or blanket
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1 I;:! \; t' > \ v. i,, i boy. Leavitt. crawled under the'I eryone admired it. And the
"J\\ > ."y :ti family Christmas tree and up-, idea caught on. Girls" team of the Keystone Heights High School pictured above are: first row
left to right; Nancy O'Connor Lee Kidaaght, Vie Ridaught Joyce Thompson. Jane McMurtry
) Patty Sha hnessy. Norm Yalldejuli. Seconl Row: Audrey Flakes Carol Wolfe Rubylane
i:: f1V\\ t ;,_+ I 3: Smith Carol Warren. Kathy Williams Nancy Kingsbury, ', Ginny Campbell and Stemma
} ., Logstdon. The team is coached by Sirs. l\fin.e Jo Wilkes.

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 196I
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CELEBRATE 50THANNIVERSARY

I! I Jean Jowers .
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kindrick
I I celebrated their 50th anniversary -I|
r. _t r last Wednesday eveningin I I and
I the Little Ruth Church '

P II I ws y ..tI held when with a about church 40 service guests pres-was : ladi "Mr. Scootcb"

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.I hour was held and refresh- ; "Wish Their Many: Friends I
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anniversary couple cut the f A MERRY CHRISTMAS I
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weston !
KI A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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who might not have seen Santa -'
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the generosity of the Fleet Re-,: 1 i \
if serve Club and its Auxiliary. !
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Auxiliary,
Club served dessert :
and ice to the .
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before Santa Clause arrived;:
l and d1strtb ted. the presents i.: :PERKIEST CHRISTMAS I 1 1
Et. he had for all the children.(
II Each child received toys and I. : WISHES TO EVERYONE i 3; JOY AT CHRISTMAS(
YULETIDE JOY I a complete outfit of clothes inj:1: .
.the proper" size When they :
TO OUR MANY left for home their bags were', COOPERS FLOWERS HARRY'S' & JOY'S' i

GOOD .
FRIENDS bulging with .goodiea..that had': j
MABEL'S' been carefully planned. I:. 410 N. ORAtfGE AVE. GREEN COVE WALNUT STREET GREEN COVE
Each year the Fleet Reserve .
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BEAUTY SALON projects of the year. Last year, i i i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ; I I I I I : I : I : I I I I I I I I : I : I : : ,: I : I I : I : : I : I I
GROCERY the Woman's Division was!
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i 1921 Hwy. 17 awarded a certificate of merit:: l
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I State Economy Up In Nov. I TIME TO SAY

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million dollars in November fewer working days in Novem-
reflecting an economic pickup ber than October cut unemployment IT.HLJWL
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compensationclaims ance payments $908,254 to RIN GING.IN WITH
TO ALL OURFRIENDS I were down considerablyfrom 1664070. Every claim officein r <' /
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may we always remember to give thanks for our blessings. Employees Of The New Year.
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us, we extend our heartiest wishes you find the source of joy, \ once more, bringing its message of hope

that have a Merry Christmas. and love to all men. May we wish you the
you very and hope for peace eternal.GUSTAFSON'S .
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. Florida Products I McCall On WJXT Shiloh To Have !I CHURCH NOTICE

St. COUNTY TRAFFIC ,
Marys CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Farm / TOLL THRU SEPT. ;
ProgramEmmett Watchnight Service i
Products made in Florida U. S. Bureau of the Census. figure showing: an up-grading I | SOCIETY
manufacturing plants last year This gain ranks the state third of salaries in the state. Eleven persons were killed I i Cor. E. Houston St. &
McCall county r The Shiloh Baptist Church X-mas ServiceThe
were worth $2.085,000,000 and ahead of all large states.]| "Florida's rank in the gainin agent for Clay County is being and 159 injured in traffic N. Magnolia Are.
more than the raw materials Two small western states were payrolls was also third. and featured this week Monday': will have a Watch-night ser- accidents In the County !! GREEN COVE SPRINGS
and power used to make them, out in front with larger rates': the national increase was 21 thru Friday on "Farm and vice at 7:30 o'clock next Tues- Christmas day service during the first nine months ,'! FLORIDA
according to the Florida State. of increases and the national per cent over 1958. I Garden" over WJXT,Televsion ', day evening. New Year's eve. at St. Marys Episcopal of the year according to Services held Sundayat
Chamber of Commerce. i'''average' gain was 27 per cent I I'j "In 1958 Florida ranked 4, Jacksonville. j I The Rev. Jack Hall pastor of, Church Green Cove, will the State Department of II a. m.
This sum measures the contribution during the four-year interval., 25th in both total Public Safety Those killed ; Subject:
value-added The ten-minute program is the Russell Baptist Church I be at 10 o'clock Christmas
of manufacturing to "Payrolls of Florida' manufacturing -: and in manufacturing plant represented approximately : CHRISTIAN
the economy of the state," the plants came to $1-'payrolls. During the followingfour seen at 6:50 a.m. every week- will preach the sermon and a I I morning. The Crescent last 1 per cent of the total, SCIENCE
Review pointed out. 046,000,000 last year, up 52 per years, the state moved up day morning. Subjects are quartet will sing. Following the week erroneously reportedthe nnmberinr 1054 in the M
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farmers but to rural and city cordial invitation is extendedto
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