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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 ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
Publication Date: December 16, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
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).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135451
alephbibnum - 000579539
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: i s. A Mattei'oiFact.. s 'r i +\
; The School Board on Monday .. > l., ", --:--
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'," se r1t' ..:1 agreed to rent office In the CONGo MATTHEWS \
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.:. east end of the Jennings Building

: ,,,i Tbe State Cabinet has given the State Park Board the from T. J. Jennings Jr, Still
Possible
irc-ahead to request bids for a $.,BOO water system at Gold at $125 a month. Jennings Is County :

4 Head Branch State! Park and $eOOO for a water system atMagnolia attorney for the board
Lake State Park.
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The building wlU be used for
State Park Director Bill Miller said the water system
storage of Site For AEC Plant
approximately
are part of a 110,000 construction program at the
two park for the ues.., biennium 15,000 book and other Items

s and equipment which win be
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Clay County U still In the wrunenT atomic energy accele states' right, ,were too expensive .
The Florida' Forest Service will sponsor a "prescribed received by the Board during running" a* a site for a Ions rator. Con*:! D. R. Billy( ) Matthews and were not always precisely
burning- school December 14-15 in Lake City. Five UB. the next '
six months under a Mid Monday night In ft drawn. Under the first
Forest Ranters from Atlanta will provide the Instruction. federal grant Speech belor the Green Cove tag h* put federal aid to edut I,
About 49 foresters representing forest school '
ranger
Spring notary Club. cation, civil right and
at Lake the School of The Board also agreed to voting
City Forestry at the University of
'
\The committee of atomic scl- right, and under the latter
Florida Gainesville, and the Florid Forest Service will be name the proposed Orange /ntIsta'now.
studyingpossible two he
lumped the rent subsidy .
shown'. the latest methods in controlled burning a practice Park elementary school for th* \" '" ;:'? cite" will V reduce the number plan and the Appalachia (poverty
whereby surmmdlnt tire law. are plowed and combustible late Bryan Jennings. Allen ; ; under 'consideration to seven ) program .
material on the forest floor to boned. tU. The Jennings Building i 'Ji tight) shortly after the first .
Fry, architect to the Board .or H* described u "good I....
A Columbia County landowner tat contributed UO of tM roar, the congressmankald IaUo,," thriJth
Congress' c-
war Instructed to : .
acres of tongtoaf pine wodland' to we as a '1aboratorJ'.1ftdoor I proceed with ' .. '
11I'-- that finalselection'will
from
a
.\ 1. "" \\ complishmnt in the am of
session win bo held la the Florida' Forest' Benrloe's: preliminary drawing on the ..f.., ,,", .
be said
mad H
EDWARD AUSTIN IS CHAIRMAN OF I nil ., natural resources, mental health -
district three headquarter la Lake school. : ,
City. .t .i'
,\ :! that ft 1.000-acr* site In the excise' tax reductions, Social .
Foresters recommend prescribed or controlled burnlnf In other business the Board ) Penney Farm area offered Security amendments and
under proper condition a* an effective control measure NATKNUL FENCER COMMITTEEClay free to the government met all
voted to support an area vocational "meet of the 17 appropriation
for certain forest tree diseases, flu hand eduction and the :
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school If a survey now J the requirement and voiced 1>>UIa.
control of undesirable plant species In forest stand County' Public Def.der. ..- < Y1.On
In progress In St John County th* opinion that if the selectIon foreign affairs, lit asserted '-
The Florida' Forest Service assist landowner T. Kdward ha
win with Austin, Jr. Justifies establishment of II finally made on a strictly that the nest sHlon of
controlled burning and other forestry problems Including recently been elected chairmanof .
such ft school to serve Clay Impartial basis this site Congress should "provid what
fire Ian plowing. the rational Defender Com St. Johns and Putnam counties. would stand a* good a chance I* noooMary to .win the .war In
mittee, which I* the governing i # CONG. MATTHEW a* any However. he averred Viet Ram,. H* noted that
Veteran of World War I World War body of the Association for an be not be to
n and the Korean that would willing some "Clay County son have
Conflict* and certain peacetime servicemen .who had Public Defenders In the United 'Q' The Board -l accepted the w: SIX TO OFT DEGREES guarantee that no political paid the supreme 1MI'UIoI-
Cherry
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acttvo duty In the United State during the period from State. Elementary School AT 11.*. TOMORROWSix considerations would enter Into .Viet Nam but declared that
April II, 1917 through March 31. 1.21. or the period from At ft meeting In Scottsdale, classroom addition a* beingcompleted County student will bewarded the final! decision. they wen protecting American

December 7, 1141 through January 31. 19M. with discharge Arizona Austin was also named Six additional classrooms degree tomorrow',at When asked by J. P. Hall, Br. liberty there "Just as much a*
.or separation under other thank dishonorable conditions, to the Board of Director of The were added at the school. the University of Florida. They if Texas ,'home of the pr*.l- If they wore standing outside
*can apply to the Farmer Borne Administration Dept or the National Legal Aid and Board Instructed School are among more than 1,000 'dent), had been ruled out 'of this hotel with a shotgun to
'Agriculture', rural families unable to gt sufficient credit Public Defender Association Bupt. Jesse Tyne to forward candidate who will be honoredat consideration, he smilingly replied save us from rabbi,.."
from any other source at reasonable rates and terms to fl- and was named a member of th certificate of completion the annual commencement that; some people In The Magtnot Line conceptof
to the State
?;' 'oanee.actual needs, according to 1C. T. Dixon,ot'the State''' the Executive Committee. of Education Department of exercises st Florida .Field. to:beheld Washington were a little con defense II I obsolete," he asserted -
and authorize the
g peptT: of Veterans Affairs that- Association final next April. e..ne4.bot.It Minnesota home. "so that today we must
payment to the contractor
JL. Application for loan from eligible veteran with firm The Executive Committee of and architect: once the- Three of the six are residents of the vice-president). keep the enemy' thrust potential
experience are given preference. Loan may be made to pay the National Legal Aid and Public of Keystone Height, two Of The -veteran congressman thousands of miles away
plan have been
for equipment, live stock:, feed, fertilizer and other farm Defender Association supervises the elate accepted by Green Cove and one of Orange first elected In If52, said that from our shores." He suggested

ap l,home operating need or to enlarge, develop and buy tail distribution Of Park.. Day County would share In the an acceleration ol conventional
farm not larger than family farm, finance Income produc grant through ft Ford Four.t .' The board passed ft resolut. Darlene Campbell?, of Key* benefit of the resllwUon of bombing assault ends
... ing'rertsatioe: :andenterprise 'And,reftnaDce deaf: o to1,'' 'datron: .ro&-.bIcb) .bu 1' ..Joa..1UPPOiiIna.pata {ah r stow, who,ww..bt-a"&tW a g hundred tar eld dreamInWMMructlon atieranee of Communist' ,<.
, build and repair needed home and essential farm buildings made available M million to PUBLIC DETCNDEtEOWASO 'mint of .an Economic Oppor. bachelor of science dtreeJ.) of the Cros* China's communication I with

; .or to develop .water supply systems for irrigation, Improve def'Nerhr.. AUSTIN tunlty Act clearing agency for, Nursing Other Keyitoner on Jr1oTWamri* Canal. A 110 North VUt Rasp a* necessaryto
.household use and livestock drained farmland, and carryout outhout the United State. Clay, Baker Union and Bradford the list Include Edward: A. Dempeey BilUlOfl appropriation was han a successful conclusion of
soil conservation measures, and to pay expense Incurred Austin's office; I which oleorepresents count!**. Cach: county Sato who will receive ft degre led .tiit Project last year and the Viet Nam war
by natural disaster. Duval .and Nassau (ally following the now-famous be represented on the committee u doctor of Jury; and Its J pesT,to see appropriation Ill bemoaned the activities

axon urge veteran Interested In such benefit toe counties was' recently the redolent '- Gideon decision, there hat which will coordinate Christopher Ftachlk who .will next yetr kdequate to the re- of "draft card burners"" and
apply te the local County Farm Home Administration OffIce of a grant of Ford been a great Increase In the federal project for the various .receive a bachelor of sclsa aulremat4 of the Corp ol En* other who "see only on;side
generally located In the County seaL, sad administeredby Foundation fund In the amount number of these office. counties. P. T. Nolan of Bradford degree In Electrical: EnglnWInf. tootj&to/ward. the fastest posHHa of tog coin", that of ..tr dom
the local agricultural agent, or write him at P.O. Box of IM.OOO .which U be- There are now In excess of', County U bead of the nonprofit *\V aomtiletlon. of the project.vxurtlnf and rights" when 'the other
Ittt, St Petersburg.Huntley Ing utlliaed to Improve servieM 100 public defender office corporation to be called John Dumbauld, of Orj ) on the last area side provide for, "rsspontibltitle -''
...L. to Indigent defendant, In In Hew of the brief period of CUBS Kooonmlc Agency. Cove who will receive a degft (M.MT Cwngress, lit said that and saerWce." lie fsv-
this circuit AwtuV assistant. throughout UM United. States, The Board voted. to pay the a* muter of art In Education ihilt. JI nne one of th* most end more stringent, ""punish
tun UM ha lAnk of Green Cove Spring and Susanna FlUslmmon :in, It not ment"
Everett B. VUcbardson who I II Florida system wBlrootrvo > history, wa for those "who glv aid
Sees Taxes As assigned. at public defender to been Insistence, Clay Couaty. ".171 principal and Interest a bachelor of science ...MM most prudent and and comfort to the enemy,"
:" day aunty ftfacH this nay be Justifiably proud of M a taut of ".000. The mon.y ...... .... ,.,i..d been Impelled toy The eongreosman wu Introduced -
pro. .
jog, which In day1.Conr>ha* the leadership of lie Puttie De- wa borrowed four year ago Charles Leonard Mitchell, ef M\aa" lnt{ many of the adltdlkMKtvm by Ones Cove' Foot.
extended tefti ** < .pr.. fender In local, itete. and national One payment remain forUM Orange Park,, will receive. 'a measures for thet master Richard Sapp program ,
Too Legislative Target Bmmary hearing s rY defender activities balanoo of the loan.Crescent matt**** degree in Science.ed ,....:.t they "subverted chairman for UM *""'ne.Malone's .
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The Public Defender said. *
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th most hnporteat task 0M Fluids BOOM, awe BMB.. Clay County' had token UM 'w5
fadng th 1947 siian.of UM berg of UM Senate, and five lead la the State by providing Statement On Student' XIan Attendance I I2tth.
Florida Kate 1II.r. trill .*tntn..&-larue appointedby counsel at preliminary hear ,.
ho revision of the ototet tax Ooveinor Haydon Burn ings. The practice of County Sj,:*, t"l'
structure and the state constitution. It* aadgmnent II to evaluate Judge Thomas J. Rivers In appointing (Editor's Note: The following dated Thursday December for an Illustration, because todairt*, Mr the teacher were 1944, a copy of which U

the existing tax structure revenue counsel st preliminary I* a letter signed by Wayne >, IMS. with the headline I In fact, the undersigned laM fAlte'tbs meeting by the prttufpaX attached hereto
That'I* the opinion of day ourece and appropri. hearing Is certain to result '- C. Malone principal of Pasco Tasco Students At Hate never sent any group of Mod" 14.4 ) The article *' atM 7. Th facts a* given to this
County Representative Lout Mae methods, and recommend In great airings to the It Meeting That Wa A Plop", ante to hear any NYU profes- .. hupuned my approval of newspaper by the Superintendent
Huntley who .was the gnat change to the next legislature.Rep. County and will certainly pro. .High School at Dade City bearing the by-line of Dayton SOT speak on any subject tie. Rs IOu Klan an OtanI.! of Public Instruction of
speaker: recently before the Huntley said ho felt viol better representation for wa not the purpose of Th Wilson and Duncan L. Oroner I. The article on the front ado*; Which. the undersigned Pasco County and the office of
Green Cove Rotary Club. many tate governmental departments the Indigent, h* said. Crescent article on the Ku ra. page In Its tenth paragraph ..'.* believe In and feels the State Superintendent of
established year *- Austin commended the leadership Klux Klan meeting at Green obi> Article appearing In the contain the following lang ha M place In our society. ((4) Public Instruction are true and
Rep. Huntley gave a brief report go and now possibly no longer of the County for their Cove *to bring" Mr. Mslone lime Issue of the Clay County uage: To all this Duncan II inalnuate that L a* Prlnclpal.Of correct: a.* can readily be seen
on the special Teappor- erring worthwhile purposes, enlightened atltude In this Important Crescent on page :2 of the tint Oroner editor of the Crescent; Pasco High School by the statement which I Ia attached
ttonment" session of the Florida might be eliminated. At any area Into ill-npute and destroythe section .which I Ie evidently the who attended the meeting, tad have *been neiUgent In my dut- hereto and which ha*

legislature, and dwelt In rate he said every department Austin II I a past president of confidence of the citizens editorial' column of the newspaper a one.word comment! 'Whitt.h. to* to at* that student receive been signed. by Ills. Carol Luna -
more detail on the tax andconstitutional should have to Justify Itself before The Florida Public Defender and parent of . 'Psscoi with headline, Tolllk- ... ." The publication: of thl* a full and well-rounded Mire Elaine Coekeroft and
problem facing: the legislature every time Association, which consist of County In him his Integrity and k.,", and bearing the bylineof remark Intimate and Infer dorsUon; I(S) It I 1a derogatory Mia Shirley Kemp before two
UM next legislative session. Interim It meets *o that legislator approxlmstely 79 members. professional ability, and to be Duncan O. Oroner. that I was Using ss to the trcumetanee M to my personal ability as an witnesses, E F Croley and

committee are now studying might be assured that Its budgetary During the past legislative detrimental to the cause. of That the articles are aLee and the reason administrator. In a school sjndt Barbara Crotchet That the
both problem and will requests ate currently session, tile State Public Defender good schools In Pasco County and Inflamatory In the following why some people from Paseo ....... representative of this newspaper .
have their report la the hand .. ers. system, under bit leadership and to stir up political strife, particular: County High School were pre 1'bI.Iwo articles, the edlwrtalm had knowledge of the
of legislators by February lift He said. the normal Increase was greatly Improved confualoa. and 1 1alUlClnltand.lot sent at the meeting describedIn page two and the story true facts but printed them In
?. prior to convening of the m tax revenue Is such that .. through Increased appropriation where none should exist.* I. The only people who at. the article. Oft pt*. on, of Th Crt- such a way thai. they were untrue
bt-OBBlal session la April of very effort should be made tonmaneo on a tutewlde bails. For these and other sins of omission tended the tally mentioned In This statement further show MatM* taconslstent In statingib and show en are part of
that year.. neeesiary government There have .been public de- and eommlsalon. The both article were. one teachers that the representative of thAI larulsr of students from this newipaper, Its willful In-
The taxtady lanmlertmi la activities without resort to ad fender system I*'existence la Crescent often Its profound apologiee. d two students whose names newspaper may have bellevo*. School .who were tentlon to publicly ....... degrade

........ IT nee ...... of dittos of new tai oouroM.9or Ute United State* since 1914. .* ar* ogles Card Luna teacher. a member of the Ku Khix KlaX the third par*> and harm II every way
but In recent year, and <...... To The Crescent: Mia ElayiM Coekeroft and Mia rather than believe raipsstetlleaden .\ article on pate I. possible are person aad reputation
You are hereby notified pur- Shirley sUmp, ....... Th and the public offklt fallowing MateI ef Wayne MaJ ae.

l -., a ..uW- UM gnxsy pro uaat to Section 7701. Florida artieM toad to dialer. and of Faeeo County sad the Slate I from Pssco0MMf That lUlU pesos or corporation .

iooT 1r00rT tJSaSAn atlri . The beard tppcwvcd. attorney Statute,. tbbe 1oU w- slur. tile tetrtMrtgal. honesty ef Tm tutemot ales dhows that. ..1> Sshool .who have unknown Swlbiratelycaused
.- The ---1"""esMM fns .tebatn 11AN far eon.drpuetlr .Ing Artlsle appearing .la Th UM undersigned tbl newspaper sad Iii rtv*.. MBM bap seklnt UM truth. your ....*.*,*, tt to
Mae grw II scree ass. odssse a prcoaaal. to *.>*.- use. Ms low.Mau --. M Desnbr 2nd. 2. on. ....... on the first otativo* In smug tt* IOBBV Ifejftftedtttrial on pt I. the distributed through UM UttltM
S we.w rs i.... SIT ... a tairmt taw far ft 4- iMlrr Ws epssst11dd \tn,*entm il tarteu end *+ pale BiawM BM .when the rise. made the faMjutrio* ilMil a effctt umlua I* Made. State MaO M varioej BOMMtoto
..FW filet ..d te on.e -. tea far Mctaml pieprism -, the .-est a. a - Ms, .wbiebsad writer. Ustnef, says: ".* said prejudicial Bind wbM. nnK1rin .. "Hit KSMB tl UM meeting Pause QNIMJ wtarftPWOoUgh
Ant i/lull ..... Mira. 1m/ar tile Rsou-I Op.ty -. II Isad ... a W r Mrs 1M wdosAdh h* rnard4th* 190.aifle JuntM this article a* ft irhoH .y I i,*.. N/iOplseb M Faw School H bated oat 9BUM
tog laai' avrMtMsr r Is-_. ASt The elaeq seer bud ..ad ... gar elanderMg .M Etie/utg ape .*strey. th M UM was Mss to which 4. The truck or odMoriaJaa ... f1eMgOs students . .- oaauMBHy IS wry. taaMes.
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Clay (Eounty Crescent
TWO THURSDAY DECEMBER 1C, 19S5
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I Here! NEW GRESLEY PARISHIONERS GREETED BY "In The

Shop Early--Shop Members and friends of St. Tine", I


Mary's Episcopal Church greeted -
The merchants of Green Cove are getting growth of Green Cove. You can find the same IGEOBGB
into the Spirit Pf Christmas and It behooves quality merchandise In the local stores as you A the Rev. J. Stanley Ores DR. .p. HOWARDDr.

all of us to join them In the concerted effort will find elsewhere plus the courtesies and ley, his mother, Mrs. LaHents "Easter morning we Joined a

they are putting forth friendliness of our hometown merchants B. Oresley, and his daughter, r crowd of worshipers for a sunrise

Your Green Cove merchants will remain GREEN COVE IS ROWING I WE MUST t a Margaret, at a reception In service on Mars Hill In Athens -

open evenings during the week before Christ GROW WITH IT I We have all heard criticism the Parish Hall on Thursday, On that same Hill Saint

mas. Why not make an effort to Join them In that certain Items cannot be found locally. December 0. Paul sought to gain a hearing

this endeavour and stay at home to shop But when we learn to look at home first our The holiday motif was carried for his Lord. Seemingly he

Don't get Jangled nerves, get mashed in crowds merchants will be better able to enlarge their out with bank of magna failed, but 'In the fulness oftime'
and come home exhausted.To stock and the selection will be much better. 4Jy his
lia leaves and poinsettas locat- message supplantedthe
complete Christmas shoppingyou Let's make this 'Ia Christmas and NewYear'l
your it fanciful mythologies
ed throughout the hall. ;The and
are urged to shop at home. Our merchants resolution: SHOP GREEN COVE, serving table was overlaid witha arid agnosticism of those first
have made every effort to stock their stores THINK GREEN COVE, PROMOTE GREEN r century Greeks and from
white linen cloth and centered that
with merchandise to fit every family need as COVE This Is our town and we are proud of rock-strewn hill looked
with an arrangement of we out
fine as can be found In neighboring shopping It. With this attitude In mind we can all bea poinsettas flanked by lightedred over the city where towering

areas. But when shopping at home the money part of the progress and growth of Green tapers In silver candelabra structures of Christian Chur-

stays here contributing to the progress and Cove Springs and all of Clay County. CHRISTMAS CANTATA GIVEN ches reach skyward beyond the
Pouring coffee were Mrs. Ethel -
The combined choirs of the First Methodist Church Shands Mrs Kate Walters (ruins of pagan temple and

and the Orange Avenue Baptist Church as they presented and Mrs Maxine Martin. I Parthenon.

LEGAL NOTICE cantata "Love Transcending" last Sunday evening Serving punch were Mrs Dot Dr. Howard "In Alhambra, Cordoba and

Harris Mrs. Putts Lucas and Seville, in southern Spain the
IV TIIH CIIICIIT COIIITIN CIIRISTMAS CANTATA rlcks Elise Priest Martha
AM! MOIL. CLAY IOIMV Miss Ann Loftln. Greeting and Here la part of a letter Just Alhambra, the Alcazars and
FLOIt ItAIN PRESENTED BY FIRST White, Sally Scott, Ruth Turner received from Dr. Hugh C.
lu.t.l'tctnY: introducing guest were Mrs mosques witness to seven centuries
METHODIST AND ORANGE Betty Mustain, Faye Har-
Stuntz retired
president of
Elaine Williamson and Mrs. pf Moslem rule. But inthe
M CASE 1'0. 11-182-C AVENUE BAPTIST CHOIRS rell, Loretta Shasteen, Della ,
Scarrttt College
Oeorgle Poole. Assisting in the Nashville. fulness of time', Ferdinandand
THE BRONX SAVINGS BANK a. 'Love Transcending canataof Mae Ream and Shannon Crawford floral decorations were Mrs Tenn. He and his wife volun- Isabella turned back the
corporation organised und exist.lag
under the law of New York, the greatest story of the Alto: Nancy Rowe, Bon Blair Oustafson, Miss Estelle teered for missionary serviceIn might of Islam, even as they

Plaintiff, ages, by John W Peterson, was nle Gibson, Lillian Rawley and Long, and Mrs. Sara George Uruguay after their retire- furnished Columbus support

JASPER O HUGHES and WIN':' presented at the First Metho- Dorothy Keller, Tenor: Lorraine Geiger ment, and they have Just returned for his voyage of discovery
NISI) D HUGHES. hi wife, and
Roberta H.
W. Kelseym
HERMAN A. SIMMONS and 'JAlUUbUNE dist Church on Sunday evening to their& home in this "But '
Among the out-of-town Islam left its brand
of
: !] B. SIMMONS, toll Phyllis Grubb and Ed Heney guests -
r by the choirs of the Methodistand country. We could not wish fora bigotry
wife., Base: Don Fullerton, Larry were the Rev. and Mrs I and Intolerance on
a DefsndantaNOTICE Orange Avenue Baptist finer Christina message "
Lancaster, Alvin Suture and R. Paul L. Hitch of St. Paul's-by- Spanish Catholicism, which Influenced -
Churches. than this part of the letter
or SUIT
the-Sea Episcopal Church, the entire church for
O Myers.Following,
STATE John L. Hlghsmlth directedthe which we are glad to share
THE OF PLOBIDA-TO: Jacksonville
Beach, and MrsH. many centuries. However at
JASPER G. HUGHES, wboe.rnld.n" Cantata and Mrs. Virginia the Cantata a social with our readers:
D. Gillespie of St. Peter's Cathedral In
U 146 MetropolitanAvenue Neptune Vatican -
.;' Thompson was pianist hour was enjoyed in the "It wu a memorable 15
8 K Atlanta Ueurala
Beach. City we counted the tiers
.4. ; ( WINNIE i b. HUWIEu, whose Mrs Lester Rowe was nar- fellowship hall, with Mrs. A. D. months In South America and
II reeldeno li 1144 Metropolitan of chairs arranged for the third
.. rator and the soloists Mrs. Duck, president of the W.S.C.S Europe by ship train and
.J. Avenue, a Atlanta, U.orgla were . : car, session the
of Ecumenical
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED: Julian White, Mrs Charles in charge. DUNBAR HIGH NEWS and we had time to ponder the Council -
that a suit ha been lied against called to re-examine traditional -
AUXILIARY\ OFFICERS INSTALLED and and HB.KMAN A. SIMMONS SIMMONS: Crawford, Ed Heney and R OMyers. The Re, Gordan Craig is The faculty and principal of meaning of what we were see- views, attitude and

At the Installation of officer of the Clay Memorial his wife JACQUELINE, In the above 11 entitledcau.s Sopranoes: Catherine pastor of the Methodist Church Dunbar'High School are very jog and feeling One pillar of even dogmas For, 'In the ful

Hospital Auxiliary last week In Green Cove's First Methodist required and that to you He arc your hereby Drompp, Betty Jean Jones, Ca- and the Reverend Jim McCol- proud of their cooperative our faith was greatly strengthened ness of time', that most anc-

Church are seated (I-r) I Mrs. A. D. Duck, a charter answer with the Clerk of rolyn Marsh, Glenda $eney, lough is pastor of the Orange friends,. parents, and guardIan by the experience: ient of all Christian Institutions
this Court, and to eerve Helen Underwood Mae Hend- Avenue Baptist Church. That God lives and wdrks In
member Mrs Pansy Quigley Incoming president Mr*. .
; j a copy thereof upon the plaintiffrr has found that It too must
Julian White, out-going president; Mrs. Gladys Phillip, name plaintiff and ad dr.attorney.. I.,: whose Smith To Improve the dress of our history 'In the fulness of time' affirm freedom of conscience,

let vice president; 2nd row (l-rt) Mrs. Roy Shaken, treasurer Elliott: and Bohwalbe, til Burn chorus, the faculty, coordinated things happen, changes occur religious liberty and extend
I ett National Bank BuildingJackecnvlU CITIZENS SCHOOL COMMITTEE :
Mr. Elwood Johnson, secretary t Mrs. Ive Roger, 2nd 1, Florida, not later by the faculty advisory committee great personalities appear, and the hand of brotherhood to
vice president and Mrs. Catharine Drompp, historian than January S, U88. I has set out to raise Ideas whose time has arrived all sincere believers.
I If all to do '0. decree pro
you become
Members of the Auxiliary during the past year have put confeMO will obi entered against TALKS BUDGET money for the much needed dominant Influences In "On the beaches
REQUIREMENTS Normandy
: the life of -
ID a total of 2,539 hour of service at the hospitaL you for the relief demanded In project. of mankind because
the complaint. God Is at work.LETTERS where Allied troops forced a
for The foreclosure nature of of the mortage lult being recorded The Clay County Citizens catch up on work that had In order to obtain this money landing on 'D' day- June 1. 1944 -

In Vol >l, Pave S69, of School Committee met last been accumulating for several friends, parents, and guardians one still sees the massive
the official record of Clay County
Florida, the description of Monday evening In the county years of this community have TO EDITORTo defenses, gun-emplacements,

'Most Unusual Family'At being the property a* (olowejkAll proceeded that agalnxt certain school board room John W. Harold E. Haglund Intro- pledged their full support to trenches and even barbed wire

I properly slluatdS and being :In Helmuth, president, presided duced Ard L. Eulenfeld, a municipal the faculty and principal. The Crescent: entanglements of Hitler's war
Clay County, Florida, more particularly -
described a* follows: Richard Lovern of Keystone, planning engineer, who After successful completion Thank you very much for machine, geared to conquer the

Baptist Church Sun. Lot MEADOWBHOOK KlRht "), Block, Unit Twc 1, cU according , who serves as chairman of the explained how the Zoning Commission of this project, continuous being a true and forthright world. 'In the fulness of time',

to plat thereof recorded standards and curriculum com- can be of help in the work will resume In raising American who Is not afraid to that savage effort was halted

.. L of In the Plat current Book 6 public, page records 7 and mittee, discussed the accreditation planning of future school money for band uniform speak out against the Ku Klux turned back and destroyed because

A group of six young people as they traveled. Dr. and Mrs TOKllher of Clay County with ,all Florida structures) requirements of the Planning of schools can be The itudent council, with interest Klan. It hindered Ood's design.

from the Pent Family will beat Pent contend that we should and Improvement now and state and Southern Associationof beneficial not only to builders, In Improving our cam As a member of the United While In Copenhagen a treat,

the First Baptist Church, feed our souls as much as we hereafter* attached en add thereto land, and and fixture all Secondary School and but also to the taxpayers as pus surrounding,, has as Its Daughters of the confederacy, new church school system for

Oreen Cove Springs! Decem- do our bodies and through the rente, laeuea proceed, and pro. College. The conclusion reached this kind of foresight aids in project the repairing of stage I hare long been ashamed of young and old which sparked

ber 19 for the 8.18: Training years they have spent much fit aid* accruing premleee hl.:1I and to of accrue which from are was that the Clay County the proper development of any curtains In the cafeteria and the use by the Ku Klux Klanof the social revolution and made

Union Hour and for the 7.30: time each day in reading and Included**..rlpton and the. habendum foregoing school are meeting the mini- area. replanting of grass around the the flag of the Confederacy, possible modern Denmark, fulfilling

evening service. studying the Bible with the thereof also all gas. team, electrlc mum requirements and doing The next meeting will be campus. which was the flag of Robert In part the design of

These young people are from family. Consequently their children rocking, ,water refrigerating, and other, lighting heating,, .a good Job.Questions. January 17.CONSTRUCTION. E. Lee, a great noble Christian God.

the family often referred to as are able to quote many plumbing. ventilating. Irrigating concerning the Increase gentleman "So, also, 'In the fulness of
and ,.tem., mechtnes.
"The World's Most Unusual. books of the Bible. David, appliance power ""tur.., and appurtenanre in budget were answered CARD OF THANKS The members of the Ku time', Jesus was born Son of

Pamlly'rDr. from the age of 20, has been hereafter* which pertain now to, arc or be or seed may by John L. Hlghsmlth, of My family and I wish to take Klux Klan wrap themselves In Mary, Son of God sent Into

able to quote the whole New with. In, or on said premlne. even Green Cove. These Increases ON NEW MINIT-MARKCT this opportunity to express our the Confederate flag and pose the world that through Him
.
and Mrs. Arnold Pent
and their eight children have Testament from memory detachable though they be d.t.ch.d or revealed that some of the Construction started last sincere thanks to the many as preservers of the South. the world might be saved. Andas

traveled The programs they present WITNESS' my hand and the Items were a result of Increased week in Orange Park on the friends for the cards, flower They are nothing of the sort I we celebrate His coming
extensively, present.lag have seal of laid Court at Often Cove appropriation from the Jiffy Mlnlt-Market, to be located and gift tent me while In Clay
of variety, combined with They are a blight, and a hor- this season may this aspect of
andsong. ,
programs scripture Spring Florida this ISrd day ;
Charlotte the good taste and good quality As of November, A. D it.l. state passed during the last on Highway IT at McIntosh Memorial Hospital These remembrances ror to every decent Southerner. our experience remind us all

bad been in all, 48 states youngest six, you get the Impact of their ex (Court nronoB: Real u CARLISLE legislative session. The Increases adjacent to Frank Brown were greatly appreciated. Thank you for speaking out that GOD LIVES: GOD> I
,
ample, their manner of life, Clerk Circuit Court In the maintenance budget real estate office. A mid-Feb against them I WORKS and HIS WILL IS 11
provinces of Canada
and Mexico
before she was six. and the work they are carry By Vivian Deputy H. Clerk Rohm were necessitated mainly to, ruary opening Is planned. C. E. van der Maaten Lois Bardln Wood FOR OUR GOOD."

.ing on, you will realize why 11.15.etcSES
The children have alf been they have been called
by the
educated by their parents who press, leading church men,.the LEGAL NOTICE r r Why Wait? Don't let your old

are both graduate teachers radio and television, "The Notice I I' hereby given that
the annual stockholders. meetingof heater keep right on foolin'and "
This done
was directly and World's Most Unusual Family" The Bank of Orange Park
with correspondence courses The will be held In the Bank at IOU
public is Invited. n. 8 Highway 17, Orange Park, freezin' you and wasting
Morldat: I;00 o'clock ., on
Thursday the tlret January Thursday S, f.r after being the your 'fuel dollars. Enjoy the THE NEW CARS

Trap Staunty( (Crescent first Monday In said mcnth, toron.ld..r
amendment of ArticleV comfort and of mind
peace you ,
of the Certificate of Incorporperlv -
ition to elect Directors for the r ;
WHAT is sooe CON CLAY COUNTY is sooo CON w CMSCINT. coming year and to tr.n..ct get only with a beautiful new "t
such other business ae may pro- l . Really Great '
DUNCAN COLSTHWAITC GRONEIU. .EDITOII AND PUSLISHI come bet<'re sell m*,..tlnc.OARETII ,r
''tc'WJIt 1 k
TIUVMOM ell II4-I1U Cashier' Q MATHIS,

Sicom CUM Pomei PAD AT ..... Con f....... Closet IM-tte

PUIUINIO CVMV THURSDAY BY CRISCINY Puns, INC -. -. See them In local
r. e. sox STS GRIIN Covi SHINS, FIODIDA LEGAL NOTICE now
I will net be r.eponelble for
HOWARD P. COOPER
Penises debts Incurred by anyone other dealers' showrooms. see "
SUUCIIIPTION RATHOMB than myself, from this day forward e eEt,
1 1 1 5

YEAR Iff ADTANCB ................... 8M s/ TOMMY M. BROWN for yourself. 1966 cars set .
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OJlay DECEMBER It, illS TAG: THREE

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elses .f rldne and poet etfle'
I __LEGAL NOTICBIX addros ef tAi claimant. and LEOAL MOTICBKOTICB
Green Cove SocialsBy hall b. sworn to by till claim J
a.&. a..nt, or attorney 11aooom"onl.d \'
TAB Corny 0" tilt COI'M. or IMTBNTIOIV' TO
by a flllns f** of
CLAY TV JI'IHIU. CLAY l-VUNTT. on* dollar and suet claim or d.. RKOISTKM riCTITIOti NAMII
MRS. HERMAN,REED Thane SM-'OOS FLORIDA It fkOBATH.In .
atund not *o filed hull b. void .
reI, B t4t, ef CARROLL WHIC1HT Notice li ....*", .ln8 that j
J. W. Fullerton of Penney ,ting her aunt and uncle Judge' EDNA F.. BUUKUAnT. A* KMutor of th* Last Will the undersigned under the pro-
TBCATUtGreea Farms, his daughter Mrs Paul : and Mrs Thomas Rivers. V.c.a..dSotiCa TO CHEUITOHS and Burkhart T..lam.nt, d. ....of d. Edna V vlilon of Chapter IIS.It. Law .
One Bpetngi First publication Nor, 16, IKSNOTICR of "I<'rld.. Act of 1MT will ,.-
Patten Oa and
of ShadeydaUe TO ALL CREDITORS AND FEASON8 li.1l.ltocwLEGAL liter with the Clerk of lh.
Moadsy thru Friday hU son, Bruce of Lake Wales, Mr. and Mrs Henry Armstrong ,! HAVING AOA1N3T CLAIMS AID OHDhMANltt : Circuit Court: In and for Clay
4'
Box Office Opens Its P3t new to Alnsworth Neb., )last of Deshler Ohio, are ISTATIQI NOTICE' County Stale of Florida, upon
You *nd tarh Of you are k.r.. rrlnt of proof of publication I
week to attend the funeral of spending the holidays with Dr. .
:
Features At 7 A I PAL hy Botirud and .
qutrit to pr ''Or MTHNTIO* TO rf this Roth the flotlUoun' Bum
Mr. Pullerton'i oldest ion, Leslie and Mrs. ,Carl Dumbauld Mrs rA Sent asp claims and demands MMilSTKK riCTITIOlS NtttN of NTOP.A-MINIT. to t* I..a....
Saturday and Sunday which you, or lthr of you Hone II, MldrtUburs", Fla.
on
Dumbauldlsister Notice I
Fullerton, who passed away Armstrong is Dr. htreby Riven that .
boy hv acitlnM th Mtau of BIt.rmn II. Vn.MlddUburr
the undr anal under th
Contlnvens frees S P.M. December 7. Edna K. Uurkh rl, llee..a.: vliilon 4"t hapter .U....*l.awi pro florid
.d, tat, of 11tp.
Hid County to ISIS of krlda Arti of 1511, will re*
Tbnndsy and Friday I ; County Judi* of Clay Ccunty, p.t.r with the llrk of ihtClrxult
:
Mr. and Mrs George Turner Kla. at hi* offlco In tho court Court In and for Clitv
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bryan
boon of Mid Count at Or... George Geiger. of Apopka
Dee. 1* u417 County Hint of lorlila' upon
of Roanoke Va, are spendingthe left last week for Stanton Ca Cov Cpelna' r\orl lifornia. The Turners made Eta cdrniUr monthi from th* thl null* the Net. tioua.em. spent Sunday in Greta Cove
holidays with his parents, time of the tint puhll *tlo of of 8irln' Motor lllnhwny 17N'iP
NEI NAINISON Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Bryan many friends during their thli nolle. Two .eopl. of .*ekrUlm n COY nll", .'10. with his grandmother Mrs.Eula .
short stay here and contributed or dmnd shall bt In Ilush IC. Smith Oelger.
IWT dMMUIIN Green Cove and her,parents wrltln. and .hall ..alo. th' U.-Url'l' 1
Mr. and Mrs. Hammond Hunt much to our community. I

Icy, of Orange Park. :

CLAY MEMORIAL I HUNUEY'S' 7-DAY FOOD VALUESANNOUNCING

Mr. and Mrs. Orvtlle Bum- IIOSI'ITAL.ACTIVITIES.
Sat. Dee. 11
1 gamer of Lawtey were visit BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Harold f NEW POLICY ON ADVERTISED SPECIALS) They're now feed for
ing friends here on Sunday Edwin Baxley a son, Thomas "t the entire week from the following Wednesday
LAW ABIDING KILLER I It neon en Wednesday, through
Edwin, November 28; Mr. noon Compare and 'o.'U agree, ne prices In the area are as low M ear everyday
BUCKBan Mrs. Carl Harper and three and Mrs. Ronne Dasher a son, tti' LOW PRICES!
children Jimmy Charlotte and Ronald Renard November 29;
i
1 SIIIII Tommy of Harrison N. J., are Mr. and Mrs. William Patterson -

Visiting her husband's parents a daughter, Tress Fays,
.LLLTW- Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Page. Mr. November 29; Mr. and Mrs.

I /DIMMll114I Harper will join his family for Lewis Sowell, a son, Larry Eugene I
the holidays. December 1; Mr. and

Mrs. Larry Falana a daughter,

& We are pleased to give Jan Patsy Ann, November 30.

/ Allen' "new address." Pvt Jan ADMISSIONS, November 29
JNSOOtfIMIOLIr10U L. Allen U. S. 62-/16125 Co. to December 2: Lucille Lee

\ / D 5th B. N. 1st Bde. UB.A.T, Wilma Love Alice Ayers E- t t
Fort Bennlng O. 31905. Jan Iamb Bailey, Keith Copeland

is the grandson of Mrs. Stacy James Champion Kenneth r,

Geiger and lived here for sev Oodbodlt, Susan Norrls Jeal'l

eral years.Mr. MacLaughlen. Herbert ,
Jane Cherry Dlrdie Curry Louise s Armour's Star ltI Lb. A',,.
Dasher Martha Anderson, Jt l ,6 t
and Mrs. R. A. Barrets
'-- Julian Roue Louise Hlcler T
of Landrum 8. C., spent the HEN
Luke Olennan Ethel Snyder
M... A Tees. week-end with Mrs. Olene 38c
Lewis Chancy, Juanita Robinson t t
Dee. If, Zl A SI Braxton. Clyde Kennedy Marion Grisham-Turner Vows SaidMiss ; , TURKEYS LB.

Simons, and Addle Alderman _
Miss Judy Bwlnney .of St. DISCHARGED November 25 Jeanette Turner daughter The bride's twin sister, Miss

iRbleklraYEasWAS Petersburg last week wu vlsl- to December 2: Marion Bess- of Mr. and Mrs State A Judith Turner was maid of Armoar's Star 1111 Lb. Avg.

Icy, James Conway, Kenneth Turner became the bride of honor. She wore a street-lenlth
Oodbodlt Herbert Artls, Keith Billy Leroy Or sham, of Ouan- gown with an emerald green TOM

AUTO LAFFSpO Herman, Mamie Howard Lucille Unamo, Cuba Saturday afternoon velvet bodice and bell skirt of 35cGrade

Lee Keith Copeland. WU- In the Pint Methodist white brocade. She carried TURKEYS...
ma Love Alice Ayers Martha Church.The Rev. Gordon Craig green and white Fuji mums

WON Anderson Vernon Knight, .officiated. Mr. Grlsham Is the Bridesmaids were Misses

Christine Knight Elaine Baxley son of the late Mr and Mrs Ruth and Kay Turner sistersof "A" FrjrtrQUARTERS Arimmr's Star Quick Freeen
Elsie: Pritchard. Marietta Julius 11:. OrUham of Boone- the bride. They were dressed
West Thar. a Fit ville Miss like the honor attendant In red tk I .SLh'Arg.Lb.
Adams Anna flouts:::., Louise 33 DUCKS
Dee. M, U 14 [)Dasher and Rev. C. E. van der Given In marriage by her and white 611 < 49t

SiIsee Mae ten. father the bride wore a gown Junior brides maid was Kathy -

FIMURIErIJ0Nt1 of satin with round neckline Turner, sister of the bride,
and long-sleeved Jacket of her dresses was red and white. FLORIDA GRADE "A4STEWING

MM10 MNS terns YOU THINK) IT chantllly lace. A pearl crown Donald R. Ford was best

1111e1 IBIDr ; 1 \iotaDflEE MUOI TO secured: her veil of Illusion. She man. Ushers were Gerald Zlm-

GET IT STARTED t carried red roues mer, Wayne Ochelto, Dennis HENS 19c
MATINEEFrL : -- - Fltulmmons cousin of the -
Start now to make this your O.p.I'RISafTIRIAN bride and Stacey Turner
Dee. S4 t:N P.M. auto headquarters. We have brother of the bride.A .
WOMEN ENTERTAINED
_an.-w the best service: available.LARUE'S reception followed In the
gnF61COLOB, Mrs Jacque Berlin president fellowship room of the church
I of the Orange Park PresbyterIan The bridal table was covered r Crisco 3 ;: 47cOR

t Women of the Church was
with an organdy cloth with red
SERVICE: STATION hostess at a tea given In the velvet bows at each corner
-
'oo MM church Sunday afternoon Serving the three tiered wedding .
Fheae Ml-'lllJenctlen The members and guests cake were Mrs, Don Ford

C..pUaeaar Hwy I< A 17 were welcomed by Mrs. Berlin, and NfL Gerald Zlmmer Mrs Mazola Oil 47c

Bank ef Green Cove Springs Green Ceve Sprite after which she Introduced the Ebner Delph and Mrs. Charles hoWe

I program. Bpltsnrr served punch. Miss a

IStl ee Mrs David D, Turner sang Patricia Halter kept the bride UMITi. 1 of Ttur noire With |5 Feed Order
ael0 IliIM. -Vlriln Slumber Bong- and book.

AIRMAt OONEY "Sweet Little Jesus Doy." Mrs After the reception Mr and

John's Radio & TV Turner ls a graduate of Cincinnati Mrs OrUham \left on a trip to GOLD MEDAL Plain er Belf-Rising
'
Airman Frank A. Nooney, Conservatory of Millie the Smoky Mountains. They
Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Is indeed. asset to the .
an will make their home In Wash.Ington.
BOA :- ZENITH A. Nooney of Keystone. heights musical\ circle of Orange Park. FLOUR 5 ::: 37c
has been selected for training The Primary and Junior .
AMANA FORGE APPLIANCESa at Chants AFB m, as an Air Choirs, under the leadershipof

Force missile facilities specialist Mrs. Edward Montgomery, HONOIf CM Y vflTM THE WINNERI) LIMIT 1 With II Feed Order
Service'Oie All llakei t Model
Experienced .
director: and Mrs Earl Bryan,
ilRVWO CLAY COUJfTT OVER IS TEAM The airman recently completed In Mrs nen.... NebIM, Legion
Pianist sang: "Away a fcftfiATIsJTCONTRIBUTION
- baale training at Lack OCEAN PRAY UtANBCKRrSAUCE:
Dells.-
Manger, "Christmas
Hall this week's
"yOUAfOZCANMAKITO MeoMhsven
24 Welt Walnut Street Green COT Spring land AFB Tn saw Three Ships." Come Bailing

Phone 284-3122 He attended St. Johns River In." "Do You Hear What 1 OUR COUNTRY'S happy winner ample her let

eon..., Palatka, Fla. Hear" and "Drummer Boy.' FUTURE 18 TO AJsairal TV from Manager Can 9c

Mrs. George Center closed the BUY U. S. ,
program with a reading. The CAVINflt BONO9I Lewis .....,..,.
Uninvited Quest" UNIT I I Wltk M Feed Order

During the social hour cot fee,
Next punch and Yuletide refreshments DON? FORGET

were served to approvt-

local 100 members and gust ADMIRALPORTABLE

by Mesdames George Carter
Carl Knapp and Floyd Carter I'-

Sunday Mrt Jack Watson was responsible TV

I \ for the decorations that
FIRE , EVERYTHURSDAY
were so appropriate for this

season of the year.

Attend TIM Rev Edward P. Montgomery r,... Tender 00.....
II pastor of the Church. a..a....... M
Cento fas every week sad
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.herk. tile wtaatog ....., SWEET CORN
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rAGE rove QUay County drescevit THURSDAY, ,DECEMBER, 196J




Clay High Band



:, and Chorus Present ;



Annual Concert ijc!' '' ,,;, . .

,, '
"' : .
The Fall Variety Concert .. .

presented by the Clay High .
.
'-l ,,iJf
School Music Department was . '
Charles """"',. ,. <,.
held last night at the '
{ ; "
E. Bennett Auditorium under > '
,, ,
the direction of Winford E. ',
-I.:

Franklin, and Noble Turner, jO.,' 'k .."..'," ;'' ':i i..1. i./ ",:". ,,,.;, '


Junior High Director. iii! ." ..'. otis' .. ': ,"
The Junior High Band open , 1 ti'

ed the program with three selections ,; 't."" ;

I : "Old Favorite Waltz" .

"Home Run King March" and fiif :. .. / t

I FIRST BAPTISTS LOWER AUDITORIUM ,_ '
Bella.
DEDICATE "Jingle __
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,\ The High School Band followed ) \
Last Sunday evening marked another milestone In the .
with six selections which -
building program of The Pint Baptist Church, of Green Included: "Mount of Might", 1t JIIIIfIt... ,

Cove when the lower auditorium of the church wal dedl. .
"Polyphonic Suite" "Belmont \ ... \ '- '

cated.The Overture" '"Prelude and Mar .
Rev Joe OUchea, pastor of the Church, brought ..t. ....

the dedication aermon at the .,:30 service after which the ch", "KunlhiW" and 'Oreenileeves. ..41-:... .,. ...". .. .
." ...... .. "
congregation went to the auditorium where Leonard Murphy The mixed chorus of 70 voices .,-" ...- ...- -, --of" '. -- ... ..- ....,..." -

chairman of the church trustees and chairman of the ... .. ", .
rendered "No Man Is an Is- ." &: -" "
building committee presented Messrs. JJ. Brack, Joe 8 ha-
and" and "Thank the Good
dowens Hnih Barnes and Harold Close also trustees and
Lord Ifi Friday"The
members of the building committee.The .
Girls Glee Club 40 vol.
I'' new addition Includes a modern equipped' kitchen "
cca: strong, sang 0 Lord Most
and seven Sunday school class rooms with folding doors, .
Holy" "All the World's Walkmf
making It possible to have a larger area for recreational ,
and "Try to Remember, The day High School band pictured ...... 'I,** Parker, Nastey Cuahmaa. Terry FuDerUn.Ird bins Richard rarrlsh 4th rows Linda Nettle-

programs.The ceiling Is acoustic tile with recessed lighting and Dear Heart. lit row l-r) Bruce Dfaakiu. LoretU aUberts, nwi rat Knight. Barbara Crockett. Sherry burst, Billy Mkhand, CUff Temple, Vernon Willis,

the floor is made of seamless monofles materiaL Approximately -, Closing the program the audience Sberrl BarrIe, JeAns Swastwa, Dfanne 8wua, Jails Howard Maxwell Praises Harris, Ricky Ronnie Robertson Don FallerUn, and VVInford E.FraaUIn I

this was asked to Join In the Patty Wells, Wanda WUUs." Carol McGee 2nd Robertson Richard Gree. Eddie Martin, Blare director.
$15,100 was spent on project.
( singing Carols of traditional Christmas row Diane Mlles, Brenda Thomas, Ella Retorts Ream Bobby liner Barry OemelH Bobby>> Haw


LEGAL SOTICEIX LEGAL NOTICE Janice Weeks served aa acc- 1M

assisted by Winston .
THH COURT OP THE hli office In the court home of papist,
COUNTY JIIM1K. CLAY aid County at Green. Cove Spr- Priest -
COUNTY FLORIUA ins; Florida, within six calendar : t
monthrrm the lima
11 PROBATE i "
IN RE ESTATE Of of the tint publication of LEO: A I, NOTICE e
GUi notice' Two cf each
copies f.1tit ,
LAURA R. GRAHAM.Deeu..cL claim or demand shall to* In writing ,
and shall state the place ofrnhlence .T4TIC.ENT or OWNERSHIP: t
KOTICH TO CREDITORSTO and post office address MANAGEMENT ASHCIRCULATION. : w0'.Far. i. 1't4y/' . ,., 9 ..
ALL CREDITORS AND HER of the claimant and ball be .
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS worn to by the claimant lilt agent .
.
AGAINST SAID tS. or his attorney and acccmpanled (Act of October It lltt.Section. 'I 'sib "v. t.
United BtateaKraU
55.
TAT& by a filing .fw f( ono IMS. Tills
Tea and each of you. are her*. dollar and ouch claim or demand *)
by notified and required to pr.. not so filed shall toe vow. ot Flllna-l October 1.
sent any claim and demand HORACE CLYDE: ECKELS.A 1166.
which yon, or either of you, nay executor of the Last will.nd I. Ttlle of Publication Clay"TTSUSSSffk
have against the .estate of Laura . Teitament. of Laura R.
R. Graham deceased. late of Uraham du"'d.. newel, Weekly .
aid County, to the County Jud- First publlcatkn Dec. 11. IMS 4. Location of known office of 1ar N-
go of Clay County, Florida, atn 11IIftcHCETHB publication: lot W. Walnut St.. rt
Green Cave Spring. Fla.I. 4
THB cmriiT COURT: II CIRCI'IT COURT: : Location of the headquar. 9
Of THE OP THE lore or general buloe oGles s +
POIRTH: oil D1'UL (IRrilT FOIRTH ..t' lCIAL OHCtlTOP *f the publisher not printer.); b
OP FLORIDA IN A\U FOR lot W. Green Ccve
PLORII>A. IN AND FOR J..8ti'20
CLAY COI PtTVIN
CLAY COUNT! Springs.
tHAMCEHV. .. Name and Addre*.** of
IN tHANC.fe.Hr.CASE .
.
: t CASK!: NO. MIHtCOTH'K Publisher. Editor and Managing 1 1t
> !: OP NO. aid Editor: Duncan O. Oroner. lot r
ADOPTION
PHOit.KDIV.gIV :\OTU'JJ! or ADOPTION W. Walnut Ht. Green. Cove r 4
springs, Florida. IJ04I 'J

ROBERT RB ADOPTION DANIEL MdHRELU OF II iN RE ADOPTION PHOtKKUIMtiS Or 7.Editor Owner: Same(It owned b, a corporation. '

minor by HdHKHT WAYNE JAMES UAHHETT by CHAH' It* name and addne.must .
FHI8BEE and JUANITA FlU!!. LEt TAV1K BLAIR b. stated and also Immediately .
BEE husband and wife. Pet. ltirner thereunder the name
IN: THE NAME OF THE STATE TO. MARY ALICE TYSON: AKA address of stockholder
OfJl'I..oIU IIA MARY ALICE UAKItCTT AKA and holding 1 percent. or !
owning or
: CLAUStN! DAY MORHKLL, 'j
Ali MARY ALICE LEI more of total amount of stock
45 Harris Avenue
ResidenceUnknown If not owned by a eorllor.Uon.the ;
Freeport New York' and addrtsi of tb.Indl"ldu.1 .
You will please lake notice You will please take notice name* must b. given.
that ROBERT WAYNE KRIS. that Charles Tavl Blair hue owner '
HER!! and JUANITA FRIHUhK, filed In the Circuit Court of Clay If owned by a partnership orother
husband and wife. unincorporated firm its
have County Florida a petition pray
filed. In the that of .each Individual must beName
County .Florida a petition pray bred granting him leave to ;
inn that an order might be entared adopt JAMES BAKRETT. .1Y..n. ) .ep .
grantingthem leave to your minor child and you : Crescent Pres Inc. lot ,, r r
.lopt ROBERT DANIEL MOIIKELu are. required to shew cause why W. Walnut Green. Cove Springs. r
your minor child and you the same should not be grantedby Florida. 12041 Uunran U Gro.
nr. required. to .....w cause why serving. a copy of your written Per Sot S7I, Green Cove SpringsFlorida
the nine should not b. granted defenses, If any upon Jamea. non
hr serving a copy of your wri T. Norton attorney. for the petitioner 5. Known Bondholder*, Mort.Rages. ..
ties defense. If any upon James at P. O Hot 171 Green. .. end other .cu.Uy "old..r.
T. Norton attorney. for the p.. Cove Spring., Florida and hr . owning or holding I p.rc.nt
'
tltlonere at P. O Bex 171. llreen fillnit l the original thereof witb or more of total amount of THE EASIEST WAY TO
Cove Kprlnii, Florida and by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bond.. mortgages. or other *.. SOLVE ALL YOUR GIFTING PROBLEMS
fllln the curates If there none, *oName
original thereof with Clay County, Florida, rn or be. ( are
the Clerk of the Circuit 1 Court of fore the 11h day of Januory, .tate)
Clay County Florida: to or he. I A. D mt and that Thursday Bank of Oran,* Park
fore the 17th day of January the 10th day of January A. I>. Orange Park. Florida
A r>. lilt. and that Thursday U18 at 1:00: o'clock I'M. on said t. Parsarsphs T and I Include v
the 20th day of January A. P. date In the Courtroom of the In can where the stock-
. 19" at t'10 oclock P.M. on said Clay County Courthouse In holder\ or security holder *p- GIVE A SUBSCRIPTIONCRESCEOT
I date In the f't'artronm of the Green. Ccve Springs. Florid, h.. pears upon the book of the
I Clay County Courthouse In been act. for the h..rlnw of said company sa lru.tea or In any
Green Cove Springs, Florida has petition end you are hereby no- other fiduciary relation the
been let for the hewing of mid to appear end show caws. name of the person or corpora
petition and you are hereby no If anY m.a may. hey. why the lion for whom such trusts I. "-
tified to appear and how cause, aid petition should not be" graWITNFSS acting also the etatement In
If any vru may have why the nl..d. the two oaraejripha show the
aid petition should not be granted my hand and the affiant full knowled and belief
seal of said Court In Green Cove ae to the circumstances and I
WITNESS my hand and theM Cove Springs Florida, this 16th condition under which stock
.l of mid Court In Green ("n\'. duty of December A.D. IMt. holder and security holder who
rove Hprlngn, Florida. thin 1
day of December, Alt. 1915 1FOROE' I. rARLIMLK the company .. trustees, hold
(COfRT REALIGEORGR Clerk of the Circuit Court of stork and aorurltle In a cstincltr -
: I.. c'nu-'l.fI Clue County FloridaTlv other than that of a bona
Clerk of the Circuit Ccnrt of Vivian II Sohro flde owner Name and addresses
Clay County Florldo11.15.4IcTJJ Deputy Clerk of Individuals who are lock-
lMI-4tcTJJ holder of a corporation which
I.! a stockholder or holder of
horxls mortgages or other se.
.
TIER CROII8 FI.OMIII' .ir11 t1YtGAT10Y In"TRu-r
...,........11I.. FI.rl" curllle of the publishing cor
oration have been Included In
TATKNPVT OP RECEIPTS AID DISHt RHEiriTSFar paragraphs T and I when Ih.Int..ta .
of such Individual are
Fiscal Year Waded Sept. ao, M3 equivalent to 1 percent or more

Caah RECEIPTS. U Banks *AMI t Ortaber HRSRHtKS 1. ISM T5,141.da corner of the securities.total inn amount of the of publishing the stocker 52 REMINDERS DURING 1 1966 THAT YOU DO CARE '' '


Receipt 10 This Item must be completed .
Ta. Collection 5 e..TT"'.*e)
Interval. .. Baak l>*_ {. ..T...SOTotal those which for all do publication not carry advertising except.

HewlptsSteaveirea I TJ.f.tILIII other than the publisher'sown
and which are named .inSections
.
I Hetliwssral Total Mel Panda. Withheld and Mrsvnrea u.ae til.III. 111.111. and Name 01 Recipient .. . .. .. ... . . . .. .. .. .. Name
j Total Memlpta s and Henwr for Tear 'J.II4II.U 111 111, Postal Manual (Section . .. pO' ? 01 Recipient . . . .. . ... .... .. ..
*** 1 14IITH.III 4115. 41llb and 41(1 of Till II.Vnlt.d .1.///
j DlanraaauRRTa: '!I State Code)

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Total A..I..........* KsswnaeMetalaer 5ampa. Sale through. .. .. .
!.legal 11:...... dealer and
(.r Attenwy ....... I carrier, streetvendor -<'\ .. -. ....,"'.. ,-. .
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Local Bapeaao UM ales III III Name 01 Recipient ...: V:.:....:... ....... o..t \Name 01 RectpWn&
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YftATO l\ spoiled after
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a' ,,Total sum of 1

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.. I '* equal net or... run . '.' Name 01 RedpMn& . .
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RRIOURORs certify thai lb. atatement -

... ..wd. b. me above are correct AddressL.a.e.'' .. .L..f', ,ao'a/et.t..l. ... . ... AddfeRl .. ...... .. .... . .
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C. la Baakai b\\ slid completeSI .t. . .... . . .. .. .. .. .... .
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LU. ITIU. IRVESTRERT51: 4"D lI'aPLI" .......:. a TRY A SMALL AD ,thiitJ:Ji
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In Plavefsteeerte A_'. 1.U5J1. '
for Ss rssl Ba4 lei...... i ,..;"...
sad Re.srte1N Pnnda t1I.MUe' 'i. I ), .
I'_".......... Sarptaa a5.1S0e1 YOU MAY DO All YOUR
CHRISTMAS SHOfflW
TOTAL. 0 1..Jft.a FORk BY .WiTWfi ONE CHECK

Thla ntatonsont hew .... peepsod. 1a ae..Naa.e with. _......
at Chapter iroas Lawa .. ...-.. lw ad r ar.aded h 1551. "'I" '. '
Details ei.x..e..55/1 wRa all eappeetlag v./eh. ... N Ills wMa '

In* Trwunrrr.Ken.ai...ally .*batted jIG RESULTS : 'Eiie: RATES: ONE YEAR $ -1WI YEARS :

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THURSDAY. DECEMBER If, 1M C1ItaV IOIA'Ir{" Irtsccat

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NEW MOBILE: HOMES I 47xIS.
FOE SALE: LEGAL: NOTICE LBOAl. NOTICB LBUAI. )
t..-.......... Tw piece '-- NOTICE LBQAi. NOTICBI"

FOB SALEi: Two bedraom Urine room. vulte. Dehix stove IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or NOTICE 0"CLO.IJIIQ II CIHCIIT COt HT .
CLAY OOt NT". FLORIDAIN or ROAD TUB CIRCUIT; COURT Of..
with v.e.Ma&Io Oren free with POlRTIl JLUtt'u1L CUUClT
home IK North Oakrldf Avo. CHANCKMY CLAY COt NTT. FLORIDA
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: "po FLOMItne.
..1H4 BOO (eppoalt Bennett School). each coach Free., ene. R.CA. ATLANTIC NO. 05-IM>OTHB NATIONAL NOTICE!! IS HEREBT OIVEN CLAY tOtNTV, .rLOMIDA. 111I NO.CHANCERY e5-Ina.. .

Large back yard. Tree*. Large Whirlpool washing machine BANK: OF JACKSONVILLE. :, a that, on th. llthlay of Docomher IN N*CHANCKHV. .....n.., JAMES r. bI.TJ\TON.

rarat Vader 11,111. Win Haauo an* set of steps Price U.8J8.50. National Banking Aiioolatlon Plaint lit with A.D..action IMS.111 in OH acccrdanc and Hill THE ONON....!).. COUNTY 8AVIMId PatnuffLEOLA .

*. Cam be seen and lOW new Klnf Mobile Hornet, .U' Nor ... of Florida County 8tatuti. nil. the Hoard Plaintiff BANK a corporation 'LIYERNE: BURTON

but b oecBpled anti end ., thwert ISth Street Gainesville CX OLIVE>LLKOK.M BtTSSR.MEMORIAL YANKTON}IOMRCYIMMUNI1fT. CI.. County, Cornmlnloneri Florida, adopted ol a JCRR/ : *'WAQNEU. *t tt*., Dot.ndantNOTICE

month Phone Ehrood Johnaw Florida, Phone I7J-IJU. KKNNhHH RU8819 roaolutlon cloning, abandoning Defendant OP HIT
KAI BU8SH and ANNEh.f.ndaats vacatlnir and dlaconllnulns a cer TIlIiJ
BTATBI OJ'
XSI-MS1 or stop at mldence J.t.:. lain road or nicest. In Clay Cnunty ,NOTICE" or it-ir LEOLA LaVEL NE FLORIDA-Tol tl'RTON
Thin 8TATU
,Florida described .. fol UF FLORIDA-TO: 111
SOS Soath Magnolia (Oppoalt FOB BENT low.: Jerry Warner, Haul toe Savannah Ab.roorn test
NOTICN Or BUT lit. earts. Illlnul u.l uoitla
Tare MID). U-S-tf THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tot Thou certain' portion of KIN:. < Sharon Ruth tVsgn.r Itcute YUU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I. FOB RENTI On or two bed. Ollr. u. HII.... whoa reildence OBI.RT AVRNI'R ADAMS (T- I. 110& 1ST Sparta. Illlnul that a sell' baa been filed aialnVl

+ J. 4+ FOB SALE: St. Joha waterfroat. roam famished apartment.Lights '. Ull Qeori. 81. Lacer.. BEET and RIUOH STREET 1150YOU you and In th. abov ntltled gawa.
i4944'I li .. .wonsln; Yankton Coli..., aforeign rr AVKNPR: \!, In ejection T. ARt: HEREBY: Notlflil that lop are hirebr required to
water Included UI "' Plalniftr
\ Far immediate and corporation, orcanlied TOWN OF ORANOH PARK a lull hat been filed aa-alnat you *
aal Ferria St. Call 2S4-I7ST. Ito under th* laws of the Territory ccordlnB/ ; t<. plat recorded In In Ik. abov. entitled oau* and whoa* aam ana aildr*** appear
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES *. Eatata property at aa* of Dakota, and havlns; It* principal : ':''I..nRn..0: I, Pa I. I], of th* that you Era hereby reuulred to U hertrn, your wrltiea ..
rifle price at .17...*. M*. place cf buelneee In Yank of (is, Coun.ty. file anwr with its Clark any to Ih* .c.n..3
FOB BENTi Furnished SbedreomboaM. ton, South Dakota (AttsnllonlDr. ) Florid..n4 Ivlnannth' of of your: \ and to sires a copy complaint| "In ald lull,
t POINT TYPE: (This tlM dera hem tit a*. ft. Blf month Call .aJ.W ": President)1{ Rata Road Nr t4 end ton' ( upon Its plaintiff or which li delivered to you Virv
Ill !
I Kenneth BUM Jr, and K* .. .... .. horror fs' wilt on or biters January i
.
.nr. nartlcularlv .r. ." attorney, whose nameand
Wooded let a'
PIn bluff 115'
*PL"! Insertion up CARD OT THANKS, and z "..'117. lie Bum, who* rMnc I I. lilt tielnatho.e portion of th* ahpv addrew laiJlamKur A. W. lots.conf.uo l
for 41A0, all JlS'.lolan J[. Bradley. SS4 Lyndal Ave., North Aloes Falli named Btreot or Avenue. A noquemor will ha' Gr 4..aanal.t
ifmTZ MEMORIAM: Up to South Dakota; and Ann Bun, Ivlnawithin th. fnllcwln 110. Barnett Rank D..1I41"1I.. .nler.d
pet word. A4-. HIS or. CO 4-S1IL t FOB BENTi I roam farniahedapartmeat who* roldnc I I. 41114 Merkl described parcel nf real Jacksonville. Florida, you ? Ii. list prayed .nth.TIlIi1 .

dltlonaJ coDMeuUrt lf words for ****. all orer Mttont ltJt IN West Street. 'I' Itoad (.aCro.... WI..n.ln.yOU elate, to will r Rearln at th* not lat., than January 1. A. D bill corn.NATURR taint. '
or
ARK HEREBY NOT IFIED SAID U1T
InterneeIon . 1101
th
of line
minimum of |UO-; J1 at Bo per word.over Per Information. can SS4-SS1S. I .pllIa: 1:1I\\b\ been lied of ealit election' T. Oranae at Park If you fall to da to, dcra pro BEING FOIL DIVORCE
nEAL
90 words at 4o FOB SALEt: 1 maple bed boa lS-14-tf I entitled with" the mouth (IIn. of .*.ld eonfi>ao will b* entered again fCl.WIWJ )
per springs. tad mattress. In exeeQent cauee and you ar herebyrequired Slate Reed No' tilt then Oslo. far th* relief demanded In -I .t said my hand and tllo
to rave plain err..n
word. upon r. Bo.it IT* U' the tomolalnt.
eaadltiaa. 'I'."; I FOB RENT BlTerfront apartnaeat. tiff'a; attorney who. nam. and Inn* She anulh line writ nf said*- The ""ur. of rid ault bln. Curs IM day Sprlna.b.e.m0.r Florida, this
LEO A L ADvmTI8INO addren appear hereon yourwrltt.n rn5.5 1 Say ... foe foiwrloiur 01 A.D.
: dinette nib with 4 chairs fmralahed a BafmnOshad. I 45 feet' Ibsnei of that certain sit'
d.f.nar. I If any, to th* Ot* .. mortiaaenoumherlna
11 POINT TYPE : '" 5a' R | I. l feel t. : property nKo'riaio
PIn Insertion, flAG Pet nut 1 baJiaeit seth, |5.Neaatpletei Tw .....,. S-btdreom, 1Ubaths. 1 cTo'ial't.r.; : : .,,aald. lull to I ricer! the ..nu'II") of $'."11011 1, County of Clay ClerhClroull! i. CARUSLW Court

(This size type) 'First Inch; each addItional Inser, ( ) 1 baby ked with Low rent t* penaaaeafaBatty. with, on or biflr January you llth "Or""if"..Fist park alonalaid"thence north line, 0tEiIFBlock, to I..wit MKADOW.BKhOK i Hr feeulr Crac Clerk M Oarlil

insertion, to 30 .... p." (...,IeIe).. AIM N. depoatt retalred oaBUIUea 1M4.Herein: fill not decree *SII fe,! thence north ,11. > ITnlt 1. aecordln to Berwick. AniUnon _
Woes $ jo inch or pro .
& .
per ; or M V .. .. sew 11 feet tn the eanf recorded In put oBok 1.
words for $3.00, allover ,- __ninM Items chew IS4SITS. ..... ........*. Marlna oonfeieo will. .. b. enured ipalnitalnt. lino rf e.ld Kecllnn ,. O" "... Gases II and II, rf the TuMlo AAAnrt'Attoensy: for Plal.UU ...
pn4 ate lh .11.l prayed "th.I
by Caa b. sore at MS doreraer MeteL Phone OCS SS4 Ynu : P.rkl) thence North, n**II' record of Clay County Florida So, noi 111
30 at lOo word. Ad- wee .inn. paid eit IIa i .
I
per Cove
Sprints, Floridalll4tpDA
ditional consecutive in- ........ OCS. IS-lS-lt ..... 11-4-tfe I''I for The a nature Judicial tl Interprifailon sold suit b.lnI or. t h.'nnln.*V.I* fe."| t* th* point ni_, mieiher..! ..with the fellovlncClrrulallna a

its term of a, certain Trust A. y-l : -

sections, minimum of READING NOTICES: per FOB SALE: Cprifkt ,...., FOB RENT Fin bedroom .reement dated' April...llth.Burkh.rt lilt. reenlutlnni And tile said Board did In. ''acid W1TNKM: ;ray Htater hand and Ik. in TNN Corn or ins
under "
which Edna
Good ......... |1N. Sutraskirk hew. tTafaTBfched. Oa block th 'I mat of maid Court at Ireon Coy. C-OVNTV cubs
and M Burkhart were 1. Henounca and disclaim all
$2.40; all over 30 words tin, ase. 'Mltlars'Edith!I I I. I i,M II"*, Florida Ihl* 10th day CLAY: COUNTV.' FLORIDA
rr 41 St John Ames.Fl.e trees jvilar highchat, IUaaBtk. and th* plaintiff rl.hta of tha County and Publlo Novemb.r. A. D. 1111ICUURT .. ......., .
at 80 wordcLA88WIID Tr,ielviTNICR8*. In and to the land conitllulIn . pEll.
per SM-STS1. Eugene Elrker 41 St. \ my and Ih* said read. ) lie rei Kta4a
IIn..t.: .. ROBBINs
IMS-St loan Arena!.. Phone SIM'SI. Pal of eeld ( OreenCove I. nenounr and dleclalm allrlshla 1 Clark OF.OROB of its Clrrult CATIUCLR Oi url AUIIABKIXM Pead.
Florida, thl lit
DX8PLA fS Per DXAOLXNI:: Noon Tuesday flprlns-i of th* said I County do
11-ll-Jlp, day of December. A D ICOt'RT /// Public In and to any land orntereit By Vivian II. Bohm NOritM TO CBBDITOBITO
Deputy :
column Inch $1.40. No M. pmt publication date ( III'AL' ) therein, acquired by . c.:1.r".U I1"R ALL CREDITORS AND FIR-
HELP WANTED 011:01\011: .. CARLISLEClark purchau, arlft. divl*., d..,I oat 1011 PUNS leA v JNII CLAIM. OH bB.TATBl" .
count of Thursday.MONIT CHRISTMAS GIFTSSEWING Circuit Court 0' pn.ertptlon I In sorb .AUAINMT LAID "
Bvi Vivian H Bohm, 1. Ilinounca and "m..n btJ t TMII CIRCUIT Core _
MACHINES HELP WANTED SALES: Deputy ClarkR.rwlrk rlihls of rid County and Pub. tHN roiNTN JiiiutiAi'' lou and etna at >.. ar.
Andereon llo In and to any land or Inter. ilBt'llT, IN Ann POM CLAY hireby atllld. aid retired
A V A.L A 8 LEI Oa DNITED VAN LINES. .,.. Singers. SSI. .... |M. MINI fl'.*.. plat aew ear aaboaaa Attu"Poe.. III for PlaintiffPO. eat therein delineated vncn any ""* !.0OUNTV t YLONIUA demand t. preeent any claim ..]
1st .1 escort whloh
far man aver 41 InOr. mall or appaarin IN l'HAN'l351! yew .r dewy
...... Qalet Mrde1. Nasaed leaf dtete..a aMYlag TYBM. A-1 Sewing Mahla Or.." Con Bprlnsi, Florida In U," Publl.. R..orda ot 'ley. N.% a..1M-4J e, you' mar have against the
EMkaac la 1SNMala ... Oar ....... area. Use I.... county. Florlds. ea .0 sold d... ,MVAL) FRDKRAI' 'HAVING "UU ft Laurahell. Hobblna,
Seal w. JUM Ia naalW4". b days..llor IMttrBANorirB .
Win B Tare .
fevy (atm far aaari t eaatae rrlhM "Ir. or Road. kNIi LOAN AHHOCIATION OF -* last or said c
trips
to*. 11U Elan Read Wary 4nwlMt Wttte T. ...- St, JMkaaavtlJa, oar l>at,d thin llth day of; Deo "lACKKONVILLal, a vvrporatlon, If. lo th.* County, Judge.uf
...... Writ A. Dkkertrateam emb.r A.It. IMS Clay County Florida
s se. B. or rtoaimo or il-lalnlff. at his ar.
... I
Jaekee vUIs. ..b... SU-Mtl, set, real taU. IN N. 0mg..r FEEE PABEJNO AT COAL mOCBBUINOS THE ftnAnn or COI'NTYCONMINNInNE1ld tics In the court hou** .| a4
.
N.. Res .... ... h
,
allTqafter b. asm ---. Ones Otr RtwiM*. STOEE. ll.S4ltiUIDE. Or CLAY I i I i RtMyNEY! I.RWIN TRAVIS and County at Orn c Iprlnaa
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: .
Carp., U4 N. Kale St. 111UNTT., FLORIDA [ TRAY *. his wire NIL. Florida within Hi alndar a
..... 11.11-ate ..... U4-NIL 1-b/-tfBUYER'S Y.. will pleae ,take COUNTY nolle ./ OKOIIOR' L. CAHUDLI) VkRaTONIO.:I l 'INI'., a Cnrpnrailnn, month from the ties n th*
Ft. W,1'eua. lie thai the UOAHU OF tint
publication
Clerk and aoilTHRHN ORHYIItillNU *f thl* aoll e
COMMLHaiONKItM OF OLATCOUNTY. 11.1/.IpJCAIN !LINEN Division of llreyhrund Tv. uoploa of each claim, .r ::
SPAEE TIME: EXTRA IN. FLOIUDA, upon ptit. C'orpuratlon, a Corporation), m."d shall ha '" writing. and
qualified land owaer,
I Ion of
a hall itat lb.lass '
ef
THa CIRCCIT COCRT IN It1hpdsnlawtl r..id.aes
COME! Oaaaaaimt ... will it SAl: o>elook A II. on th* and
or Reran poet ofrle
molt cl } A. U.'I '. at ANn "OR Chat ('OtlNTI'. ( It or HIT iddree* at th*
day
C Interested. la making ra.- Its County Crurtboll.. In OreenCov FLORIIIA. IN CHANCERT THM ITTATM OF FI/oitlUA' elalmanl.I and .hall b* awora t*
b-prlnie. Clay Counly Flo.rlda NO, .... Till ilAHIIV tLIGTIvT: ItAVINand b* Ih* claimant, hi. *|.n'. .r'' -
and la fats t* refill attorney and .
*
Del now ounelder I and dlrmlniwhether : his 111 a.,
THR FRANKLIN HAVINOK' wlfi, lleildenr unanown, tutu.; tea cf ... J.liar and curb ...
willvacate
aid ..11eet. from not th county
ney cur or slain. '....
abandon, dlicontlnuo I HANK IN THH flTT OF NEW YOU AUM IIHIIKIIY NIITIFIRD 0' .n" not N fund
new super cola peraled. diepeasera. slur, renounce, and duolalm any YORK, a corporation that a mil has been flip mains Shall. he volt
1
/ Miu
N. asUeltlaf: orttlnaaeeoaata rl..kt of Clay Ctunty or the Pub- 1'lalntlff, you and KlLVKItMTdNK. Inc. a *. mrifAnn' \'Zi4\.UI
AIR CONPITIONPIQ BEVEBAGES BAL ESTATBTWWREA1TY llo In and lo any land., or Inter- VI.FRKI corporall: ') n, and MolfTIIKRNIIUkYHiil'ND and a.culot at tks ,
1 aa real to estabUsheiby eta therein. acquired toe road > LAMKKHT and PAUL ) LINEN IIHvlelon L RNAl1EILE
or hlehwev. purpoee* lo thai certain INN W. I.A.Ml!(CUT. hie wit., of :ilreyhound Corporation: ), a onrpuratlon. : ItOIIUIXi,
a*. T* taalify tar profit* located Irliar Defendant In the. above entitled Flnl p
itrat pjiuilon
MILBERGER or fuad
PAUL'SAO and ewnenhlp yea must ha** County, FUritla, deeorlbed M,'run or SAI.M *",IfMuROII I, 1141

_
lit to 'flfN t* invest and 5 a* frllown / ii..m.d ilr- Notlia la heriby |ven that iniwer with Ih* Clerk of
Hilda T. 'NetiM.b10r A portloa *t S pureuant lo th* Final l>*, re* ol 1 (Ills IVurt. and tn sorts

REFRIGERATION t* II boars .......:". Per' later eel Farm, ebowa Land oa aubdlvlilun Flat of. Florida rerord.d th V-ore.-loeure. rauea pendln and .Hale in th entered. flreull In or ropy plaintiff' thereof even (ha plaintiff.a (...11%Nc .:rw,: vrAMr

Legal ......,. view writ Interstate Merchandlarrs. In flat Booh I. at pas Court In and flay Coves! name and ael4,.attorney.* leiM.CAIlTlir who It. tit UC'KMVlinHOTMilt
ff RENTAL ft SALES I* ef Iha publlo record tfClay Florid I ho .
mk.t S.
SERVICE Bochrstrr, Minnesota. County. Florida b.lnlfmove rasa niml.rnIL .401'04.I'' ("''\'''' u IM4JUMONiM
-n-Chh* un ft ACBEAQEtf LOTS ducrlbeilal 01 Hank llullillnar, p4 "( 01"1'.
Inelad ,bo... HP particularly will sill the property allual In I FlnrMa. nut later I'laiaeilt.
Open5LM.teIAM. Esel/setW c..w. That ollmril af laid unit I ly. aid county dcrlbd: a* f"j: :: 'y If. 1114. 1M
u. C..4tl.s.1.e..N mu MmttMt I portion Lot1, Illork 4, MJCADOWUltOOK If you fall I lo to ia. Decree N.
4. /5 ot I C'OTT.
Block and
M..* *** ** JBllaWlltllentac In between
donfee.i, .
CHURCH NOTICESCHRISTIAN Mid/ plat, bound rn the Mouth Unit I, ..oordln I'n will b anl.nd1isalnel |ifmlanlTHR .
S. Patectl Slrc t Daval Coanl* Una 1 Onatav CkyN Csnsty ailerly bv ...I.ro t'rk and I'lat thereof :r':: ".'" In Flat you for the relief demand*
oa tk. Northweeterly by Slats Hook I. pace of the currentnunllo nil In Ih, Comnlalnl VOTI'N or '111'
llama PlMB St4-l7M North af Ones Park 4ary PullPHONE SCIENCESOCIETY Ie..... ..!... : courts of Clay County, Tha names of aald I lull b.as
BBriBaM Phone) M4-ISS1 Hereona Intereeled mar appear rlorlda. fur Ih* foreiloeure of r mnrt- STATE OF FUJItllA-. ,
at the. lime and barn abov. epe- Toiciher, with all ilruclyre' INK on Ih* follnwln deairlhed. liurolhea M Scull
Offatc 11&Oro. -.... Car. E. lUaatin Si. A rifled and be heard eaJ Improv.mnnn now and real lelal. illuated In flay Co.unty. 4114! ,j-arker: Ara..
: h.rrft.r said and and FloridaLnt N.rfo :
AfTUANCtg BOATS tialed December li i IMI un ; b Virginia
.. At*. S. .. Pay It N. Magnesia Ara THK; IIOAHK OF ) COM.MINHIONKIIM all fiilurei now or h.re.tt.ratartnI 541. iioniNKTTM" arnru.yiMION YOU AM ID HMltUY NOTIFIED

OTMB Or?. ....... OKEEN con SfKINGSrLOtUOA OF (.tlr COfNTT. la or ueed Inconnection .a* recorded In l-lal thai a lull .... ....n filed a.*lal
.
lluiik a,
TV APPLIANCE with the pre> II, puhlln' c.u you la its abuv aids
ieoI'RT. FIXIIUHA.SKA ,, mi... herein, de...'11.... and redo nf Ctar Cuanly, Flnrlda and ar* hereby required nau*lo*
SERVICEw. INLET MARINA UPHOL8TEBY 111,11041 U E': IU, HC .. "ARLIIiLIl In addition thereto th. fol- WfTNFJliilcfll mr hand ami ,J.p vlalnilfr. ailurney
.
Dee. II. INI Clark lowlnadcrlbd houholdappllanoe Its MI! ..1., Coiirl *l Oreen whims nam and addri* appear
Repair AD Breads 11.11.IIeTU *. which are, and f....* s' Tina.'Inrldn. thin Ilk. lereua, your written . ...
eel Boatysrd '.kjattlIS shall ..._ deemed tn b*. '1.. :.':} Ucemher.\ ,?.. It any, la the bill of aomplalnln
RevrtdBc Clay C* BlyTar A Z UPHOLSTERY f",.* and a part of Ih* realty) .) .i'A' sole *oor of whirl *
BUtoea Teas 1IOtta1' THE t'NIVEIUI.INCLVO. M .VHS (' lint I'ulal liana;. and OveaFan iKnnnH! f. rAnf.mt.nerk -,-, ft . .. .!.
IliuaE t"
"it-l1 I of rireult (fursIr bah.:,. :
January I. A. it:.Pit,
lit MafB*>Ea Accuse INO MAN EVOLVED BY 'n"tT'T: Ci.I04 '
Ones Park ?b. IMISMFUILERTON'S SALES A REBVICEBOATSMOTOU'TEAILEaS CLAY FL .* lm.non" ,In KJIchenHeater / (rirar M "I'srllafe- llenla nil *r As.r.* pro
Grawa C.v.prlags ATOMIC roan* m Fre>aa.. W..n.. Wesar It-at., fienutr Clerk 1 rualea.o will:t loo oaurrt aptn.l
la re i aXat ef .I."art" W.rner ..."....d Wall __ llllllfMAFOTI for Ik* relief ,ra>." In lbs
Phase 19.0714YURtrrvRE A adrenal. teflUliM. b *>t M. UMUCfH. M. LUNAIIT Oil lilt -- --- rill 1 ) n( omplalnl. .

Wet A Dry lien,. .41 te ...... .., sinus.. 'ittrrKM TO. ('taieuiToa Therntadrr lt Sallep Oil Wall Strum Heater '*I or "TM.TII TOBMiirrm BKISH TMH NAI roit UIIM MviiMt'B.OF SAID SUIT

M N. OraJtf A"- Maria Wars TO AU CHKI'ITOH ANU FCRWINI4 It Stalk tit, III ; riiTirutia CANM iNirTICH l0/IT PEAS: .t
CANVAS WORK IIAVINO. LAIMa OH I'B: .. to ... hlsh..l III MKIIRIir: IIIVKN: WlTNTMH my sand and tile
0..... C.ve Springs ...-..01mCOUNTlNG VJL tnonwAY 11 sotrra BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS 4 A Nile) AOAINVT .All **. : lt'I : bldd.r for auk ba hat Ih* underiliineil\ umler lb.roatena : meal ., nail 1 Covet al Urns
T"I. ,.een lae hour of ele..n .'< f" I of llMiiler. 141 Cov. spring, slurlda I thl*
Orate Park Pke>a. I 4>NU SLIPCOVERS MADE FARM LOANS lou'and ah .( 'e. arc .....- Clerk. In Ih. foreniran. amt Iw* **. r r Florida, Ails nl flit flue day *f )vmbr, A. (i,
br nolllled and required I* pr.. orlnrN. I la th* afterniira nn C..haSilk wit' ...1.'., will th. fl.ra, at l tatl.
"Nrw J'arDJtartwt&h ..., err elalni and '....n', day of lieremher. IMS, ., $he nrruit Court In and fur OMiiuin ,. CARI.IMLM
MOBILE HOMESMOBILE th Old Comfort" which ,*.. or either of you, maykav (hareel door IIr '11. ('1., Count! 1'Imv| .''...1'. mat .f rlurli4, Clerk flrrull' Court
5- ...1..., She ....,. ef Joe f'arthur In Orean ('... .ps| rlpl of t"h:: |IM|>I|:< It, Vivian M. .<.hm
C. A HTMMEL I TINDER .ph M. L...r.. '.._d. late of Springs. rlor..... ration nf this. *rt fki Impul'look
aid. County, to la* Ceualy Jud.* (Curt Heal.) for isms nf Jaj Swap Shop, Erneel 1, Ja.sh.Auornip *
AND C7. Florida, al hi* Insist en Illa-he/ae 11. Ittd.- for Plaintiff
HOMES e DAIRY PARMS :J,.. Is Cn'{ : :: t heye* .f TAX SERVICE I RANCHES at Jrn Cov aprlnae, 1 lot Vivian I. okM. U', ....n.. Park 11 Law Fiekani Bulldlna. \
ralen. lr mpaty ller. ./ ALIIicHT: joiixao.vHl44lpAJ' ..k..I...
XJal E> OwnerT Florida, within ell > Florid
nney. .
W* lap atfl. *f traete.Pactavy BAXLEY TRIM SHOP e PANT-TIMI A atcalh from the tint *( Ik* 11.1'(0.. IM-4IP
N. Crane AT*. Omen Cor fleet I :e.bibwtlon ef Ihl,. noiu.
elitist far TartarMM1 lice West MlrwiM A.*.i iBl. .. GENERAL PARMS Tw* .*,.*. of each claim *r ..*
TL SMH71Penonaliz4d maid skill b wrulai.' aad i
la
HaaiM balk la Of** BM 11PawaS4SM. hall lie I* tbs pi..* ., ,..1',,,,*
ServicesAccounting c... ........ B.. tk* big ISM Lone Term . M Sad Pt office *"" .*. of ,brl.lmmsl
and shall. a* iwora isIr
IB .injar.. ft L4Braaa at Or... CM Sariaf penalty oa prapajmuntPEDEEALLAND Ik* ilalmial. *r sg*nl *r

ft TAX w M *a KUkway. U Eaai.ST. ,.Np-.1. Nl..l.le.U Miraand aorouipaaied by a
: ;. ,.. ill- fee af ... dollar **d each
Returns p.nm N ItN /
Par JOHNS MOBILE HOMES.INC. .... AUTOMOTIVrMEand ..... BANE ASSOCIATION' .C.lain.11*M*r..illU demaad .... a* fllad

.4 Oalanttt CATI'ER' I. ('FF .
Business! Firms ft A. Adtatalallslrl..f Ik* r... a
TeL $544910ne.O.pls. t.l. e f Jeeepk. M. Leairt .
Individuals
Ills S.W. Utk S4rw4HM4S4 die*...4I. .
FURNITURE etas T. JK' NiNOB, JR
P0. IMjX Iff
SATING' OIL OLE DEUTEEYW.D.Moiris HaraM .....,. Owaarrm SHEEN: COVej aFRINO rIA.

Miter *t Pint .....atl.*. I-r5.:II::/I.TJJ RESIDENTIAL
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(!!Jay Count Crescent
SIX \ THURSDAY. DECEMBER II, lass



1 4 NINwi Y


SANTAMAYHUGH L Clay High News i T tYiaajmaadDtu jtaH PRINTINGSBsaCSnH uULUB :




played their new class rings upon .

receiving them last Friday,
ANNEX: The Senior Class of 1967 displayed Nursery Rhyme Cats
y CALL THE CRESCENT
a distinctive character A Starting with the three little

FRIDAY, DEC 11 ((9 AM. 11 A.M. A Z P.M. S P.M.) I when they chose an oblong f 5 kittens who lost their mittens
eta cats and their exploits have al-
) nr ring Instead of the traditional
e tY etxrr round ring of former Clay rr 'tide growing up. PHONE 2843166PARTRIDGE
MAYHUGH DRUG: High clases. llicie are countless eats and :
r s. ai4yJIir kittens who have been made ta..rOUI -

SATURDAY, DEC. 18 ((9 A.M.- 11 AM. & t P.M. S P.M.) GIRLS' BASKETBALLOn in nursery iliynie. Besides
those three mitten-less kittens,
Saturday December 4, there was the cat who sat by the
the Clay High Girls' Basket liddle whi'e'! the cow jumped over

KIDS! Si Mi AiLIQUID ball team played their first d 'hW x'E the moon, the fearless traveler
game of the season and won ;fi who went to London just to visittho
cat
uasy
t with a 51-28 victory over Lake rtdbr who r'the"i: in their beautiful

SUPER RAILS Butler green boat WELL
And d"outside of stories, child DRILLING
((24 Cn Case. Limit 1)) By Polly Paterson Nancy Slrmons was the high IJjchologists agree that pets,
I scorer with 19 points. Other miclt us cats;can be important to
85c HONOR ROLL double figure scorers were hi'dien.. A pet will increase' hUrei.ro COMPANY
$$5,79 Nancy Boivin with 16 points of. responsibility imct ISM
Students are now In the full
and Melba Bryan with 10. iiuiurni of and respect for r THRU
swing; of scholastic study and tiher lining thinrc. So, consider 6"
LADIES'' /the Honor Roll has gained several -I Jane Ann Harris made the remaining R fiit. for your child's new pet- AND ARTESIAN
LADIES' JOCK WILLS
new members since the ; 6 point nml teach him how to care for

first six weeks period, I The girls played well and Ills new pet right away */-"* > wen SaecMM
Apcoidinjr to
the
COTY SETS MAX FACTOR SETS Clay High Honor Roll for put forth a good team effort, the Purina i'ct Care Center experts, the at

the second six weks: Joan Crawford and Janet Spearman but way to pick up a cut is withone ELECTRIC PUMPS &
Freshmen Charles were the defensive sta hand under his chest,holding I
: Cooper,
$$3,75 $$6.00 $3,75 $6.00GIFT I Debbie- -Hamel- Marc Ream, ndouts at the the front same legs time with the cupping linireix: the WATER SYSTEMSF.

Connie Olachea, Sarah Perez, hindiiuarteis with the other
and Debbie Sloan.Sophomores hand Arirr lift your pit up by H. A. TERMS \
TOILETRIES FOR MEN : Sharon Barrie, RAY ULRICH MANAGER the muff cf the neck!
PROGRESS LOAN CO.. You'll want to show your) child ,
Donald Alanzo
Brown, Custer,
how to groom hia cat ri,:ht away
'THAT MAN' , 'ROYAL REGIMENT' . 'CANOE' Jennifer Hamlin, Kris Hart- OPENED IN GCS too,grinning with a daily Li'u shine

man, Ana Hunt, Flora Looney, Opening of the Progress Loan and combing Use a lul.lwr
'JADE EAST' TUB' . 'ENGLISH LEATHER' or plastic tomb for
Christine Manasa, Sharon McCormick Company, with offices at room MISS JOYCE MABIE LeBLANCMr. uliort hnim-
A ttions metal one for long hair,
'007' , 'OLD SPICE' 'MAX FACTOR' David Ritter, and 17, Green Cove Motor Lodge, and Mrs. Louis S. Le- at The Sacred Heart Catholic Some of the best toys for a cat CALL LONG DISTANCE
Brian Wright II announced this week by Ray ball, of He
Church, In Green cove, at 3:30: jam.
'CURRIER IVES' . "BY GEORGE' . 'JET' Juniors: Melba Bryan, Pat Ulrich manager Blane, of Green Cove Springs, o'clock December 18. Jlapr.ecih almost anything JeckseavUle fie. ).

Bryan, Jan Oarrard, Marsha announce the engagement and hot move.
The new loan company will All relatives and friends of
'RUSSIAN LEATHER' . TARDLEY'S' KuJyaid KIplinir understood 1
1389-14381
Jones Cheryl Knowles, Edith handle personal, auto, signature coming marriage I of their the couple are Invited to at- t hat a cat,like a ,bild'llmalCina.

WOODHUE' , 'APIIRODESIA' Martin, Ruth Maxwell Buy, and real estate loans up daughter, Joyce Marie to Larry tend the ceremony and reception two, Is a free spirit it can't
Michaud, Artie Mulford, Susan be tied down to rules UIHIH Of h A. i NATIONAL
to $600, Mr Ulrich said. The Dee Ervin,son of Mr. and Mrs which will be held at the mere WATER WILL ASSOCIATIONS
LaRue, and Sandra Kolsom.
loan company manager Is now of Cocoa Qui-Si'Sana Hotel Immediately
Ervln
Benny ,
AMBUSH COLOGNE $2.50T" $$5.00 Seniors: Thanna Edwards, I. residing at 517 St. Johns Avenue I The ceremony will take place followll1l.Middleburg SHOP at HOME First 5860 HYDI GROVE AYE.

Fairley George, Patricia Jones, with his wife and two chil
Ann Loftln Polly Paterson, dren.

Harry Rakes, Betty Sheridan, He has been engaged In the

TABU COLOGNE., . $$2,50"$5,00$ re.Patsy Turner, and Brenda Ty small loan field since 1960, SocialsBy I AUTOMATE YOUR.FARM

during four years of which .

JUNIOR RINGS time he was manager of a loan and
NOTES AND QUOTES Von McDeaald
1% NOSE DROPSNEOSYNEPHRINE Many Juniors proudly dis operation In Jacksonville, WITH A PGAINTERMEDIATE

Middleburg can once more Church of Jacksonville
REG. $1.25 '
98 be proud of:Its young folks a-
.
t I .I ISTANBUL the FABULOUSTHE way at college. The Miss Or- ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert White

nund lAnge Contest held in and Mrs. W. C. Williams vlsl- TERM LOAN '

STAINLESS STEELWILKINSON Palatka, on December 9 and ted Mrs Mae Flnnle in Clay *

79o SIZE a CITY of FADULOUS Istartul, s N 10, sponsored by the St. Johns Memorial Hospital Sunday af. up to f

BLADES 49c 1 bland of nrt.quify: River Junior College to choosea ternoon. 7 to
and modernity, sits sstrs the queen Included as contestants years repay ,.
continents of Europe and Ails. the Misses Becky and
Watch for the opening soon
The famed Turkish Dancer ,Is
MAALOX LIQUID 891 here; there are palaces and towers Cheryl Campbell and Miss SU- of the new 8top-A-Minlt Sin Get tile "cask yon need to
l e t t e r J r the Sea of Maramais to the san Welgel. clair Station in Middleburg make your pmtion as profitable ., "'
south and the short of the On Thursday evening the 21 u possible borrowing. 1 a '
Botphorus. Mosques, some 500 contestants attended a tea and at simple interest rates ;(
of them, with cascading domes "tt The Home DemonstrationClub rFs
:from PCA. Get the money
perlOnallntervlew. with a
BATH SCALES6TRANSISTOR $$2.98: and tall, slender minarets, make es had held Its Christmas partyat Ton need from rCA
E 1 g t. t the city picturesque. On the group of judges and were Judged the Civic Center Wednesday "I/WI abA
tenth anniversary of the Istanbul ,,, on poise, personality and rOIl
w
A Christmas tree and a
Hilton this this hotel has
year street attire On Friday evenIng -
added t new 140'room air conditioned covered dish lunch was enjoyed -
RADIO $$4.99'COLOGNE the contestants appeared In
wing.FOREIGN 11hod present. NertbwPredeellea Credit
e evening gowns and were Judged

a by a different panel of Don't worry about making Areelallea M/ E4gewe4 A?- ...
and SUAVE LOTION TOURISTS 'in ,Istanbul ludges. Miss Susan Welgel, our
Increased In number from Just yourself known: Just make 119 Mate ...... Pafctkask jMkstavfls
over 150,000 In 1956 to I little own Miss Clay County, walked yourself worth knowing IA S-SttS Tel XT 4-1S41 ',
ROYAL REGIMENT $$3.50 & $$4.50 under 200,000 In 1963. Since si- is away with the title of Miss Or-

most s quarter of sll visitors to mend Lange with Becky Cam-
Turkey stay at the Istanbul Hilton pbell as 3rd runner-up, and Say You Read It in v

the new wing was an absolute while Cheryl Campbell did not THE: CHESCEN'rSUBSCltrili;
CANOE COLOGNE $5,00T0 $$8.50REVLON neelSllt). *+
place In the finalist she did a K xmvi

swell Job representing her
dorm floor, who happened to I SEE YOU ATEchie's

be her sponsors.We r The Men .

''PUB'' COLOGNE $5,66"' $10.00 wish for Mrs. Mae Flnnle In Your Life I

and Mr. Keppo who are con- Your Lawyer
to Memorial Hospital -
fined Clay
'An,home owner or bresdwln-
LADIES' REVLON SETS .T" $10.00 a speedy recovery.
nee U WM! to Include a lawyer as
one of the mat important men
Misses Bernice and Abigail In his life. Not only is our systemof '

TURKISH DOLLS, Jewelry, pottery ire on display In Adams spent last weekend with complex laws more than .
INORAN6EDALE
ELECTRIC CURRIER New York st the Wsldort-Astoria In honor of this tenth Mrs. MatU, Williams ever, but oftenan
anniversary. Azizs, the Turkish coffee girt, will be on attorney's
hand In her authentic costume to brew the thick, sweet services are required .
SHAVERS coffee to order st each table. And among the traditional' Mr. and Mrs. Vance Oordan, daringemotionally
& Turkish dishes will be roast leg of tomb, strudel and Jr. and family of Jacksonville

SUNBEAM Baklavs, a rich paltry visited with the Clarks or trying tints,
SHAVEMASTER $14.95 Sunday. I so he should .be
( a man you know and trust before
IVES his services are actually: needed
NORELCO $$12 98'I' I Misses Becky and Cheryl And a lawyer's services an *
CORDLESS Don Pool's Campbell have been quite active many For Instance there are
MEN'S' SETSMAGNA in the chorus at 8t. Johns many ways to buy a house, and
SCHICK the attorney familiar with the
POWER$14$ .95 UU'-a UTKrl com uunomOf River Junior College this tri family's needs and wants .ls bet Where The Beat People Meet -
t mater They have sung In several equipped to give sound legal advice I
LADY SCHICK $2,50TO Pttttas... a aiw.... tJasu OIN concert and Becky has In such matters as titles,
$$9.98 ,$5.00 risks worth taking, construction
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solo work
of
done Quite a bit
.. M BreryBayDaejM technicalities, special loans for
-- In the chorus as well as on other which yon may be eligible and
PYMDea l4tesiY-
occasions. Both will be many more Even when renting a
'y LILLY'S' Lariat If* I...... ___ Liss Msd1 singing In the Community Chorus house or apartment anyone who; LET US KCAP YOUR
DRISTAN .. ,1 125EIBZDODZ signs the base without consulting
Friday evening In the PInt his lawyer proceeds at sis.
D-8. Reg. _... slit 1IILOOBI Baptist Church In Palatka. own risk. .

11... Reg. ,",",, Me The chorus will present Han.del' Making a will Is another ease

TABLETS 11-" Other .,. ".11 "Messiah" under the directions knows la which the fasaUy the better the bettor a lawyer Judg. B...

11... Other ..., ,9t.ll Dr Havan. meet he can apply 1st drafting UM

, .,|1.11 SIZE papen and guiding the family la
: the right aTreetien tot its -
98t INSULIN 'J. SLATER SMITH Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Wilson>> of .... la aettiag op tnsts preonal
._' Atlanta spent Thursday with lor Children of saiswr age, for New Is* ssasJI . NONE 'TOO LARGE!

Mrs. Wilson's parent, Mr. andMrs. example, a lawyes/a perusal
J. E. McDonald Mr. knowledge of the iastitfi estate
THAT MAN'SETS' $2.50 TO.$9QOj$ "t Indispensable. DM :WARRANTY
INSURANCE AGENCY Wilson returning to Atlanta 'There...ether tapertaat men :
I Thursday evening. Mrs. McDonald fa you life One .Is a funeral eUrector. -
1 Mrs. J. B. Huntley and .Prudent families)long age CVSTOMEB lATUT ACTIONBetvesntiag
decided it is wire to select
CORDAT'S SPRATM1ST Wilson a
Debbie Ana took Mrs. '
eII r funeral director 1st advance .f CMasr Tin Mnle. I.IIIILD ...
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and
back to Atlanta on Friday any emergency wslta might
'FAME'&TOUJOURMOI'$3,501, spent the weekend returningto ariM. Be should a* a saaa. like
the local member of National Selected ''I'IaUA11TOUI'I'
Middleburg Sunday after- BATTEBIESSINCUUB
NORTH ORANGE: AVENUE Martidaas U you community

I ODD COVE SPBWQ8. PEA noon. 1st visas pus saw place raooccn .rum ftAJln
sj> The Walgreea Agency > your eampbte) eoaideae* la hisrrofessinnsl
, l JI An evening of fellowship was .knowledge sad good.
.. Open Meev ....
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et enjoyed at the home of Mr
of need provide* a. Bssssure of
and Mrs J. C. Campbell) Wed- added protection for year bead
Mayhugh Drug Store surtsj evening. Mr. Robert OBM*
The baportaae*to yew family J. Q. TIRE
FIRE AUTO HOME MARINE Hartley brought the devotionon er Tepwtable profescional SMD. SERVICEMl
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS t : the meaning of the Advent suck as a lawyer aced a faaeral

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the devotions which bad been Penney Memorial Church on many :years Evangelistic Sec I mans were on a world trip together : jorla Tinkler, Mrs. Charles H., 1
I H, C & !: I prepared by Mrs J. M. Spring. December 9, was received by retary for New England A Mrs. Tinkler was a I Coker, and the Rev. ,Thomas
PE.tfarms er, based on the prophecy of an appreciative and enthusiastic group of MHC folk from New Illelahbor of the Parsons at S. Cleaver. ,
Reporter Marie B. ---- Isaiah of the birth of Christ audience. England and of Gordon College I Lake Wales. She entertainedthe Nominating Committee: Mrs (

prof. Earl Kent Brown, of ture music by the The special Christmas offering The program Included some spent an interesting evening Parsons for dinner at the irvin W,Foster, the Rev. Frank
Boston University Theological Chorus. Mrs. Glen Women's gory and Mrs Herbert W. Gee.j was received for Meals popular ,selections as Moon- with the Hubers reminiscing. Quad. The Goodmans had the M. Qracey and Mrs. Charles
Seminary, will bring the message will use the hymn V. Bailey The Women's Chorus, conducted for Millions and Care. light Music given for first time guests for supper at their H. Coker, chairman. 'o
at the morning service at Voice From Yonder, "Hark A" by Dr. David A. Thayer,I Annual reports were given In public by the chorus, It a a : The newly elected officers home. The Parsons were over-
11 o'clock In Penney Memorial as solo Manger Jr "sang "Fling Out the Banner j by the officers and the chair Grand Night for Singing, Let: for Sunday School of the Penney night guests of the Sheldon Miss Florence Ruella Kelly
Church on Sunday. The Rev as they came down the men of committees Me Entertain You, Do I Hear Memorial Church are: superintendent -
-- aisle I I came to Memorial Home Community
Thomas S. Cleaver will assist. led by the bearer of the I Officers for the ensuing year a Waits, People and More, Mr. Paul L. John- The M H C Art Club met December
The on November 23. She
Intercessory Prayer Christian Flag This was chosen were elected and installed, with Then'' followed more appropriate I son; asst. superintendent Rev. I to hear a lecture by Is
native
meeting tomorrow (Friday) as the one which should Mrs. A. D. Shaffer In chargeof numbers for the season, C. 1'. Schriver; secretary, Mrs. the Rev Frank M. Gracey on a of Haverhill, Mass.
At the evening service at 7 takes place at over and claims as her denomination -
8:30: o'clock and fly any other flag. While the Installation service. The such as Silver Bells, Mistletoe, I M. C. Tinkler; asst. secretary, "American Artists". Mr, and
o'clock, Mr. Lynn Sheldon and meets In Unltarlan-Unlversallst.
the
lecture Mrs. Coons played ,
room. Christmas nominating committee consisted Jingle Bells In delightful arrangements Miss Ruth Travaasos; treasurer Mrs Munsell llluntrated the
E. Urner Goodman will Her last place of residence was
Dr chimes the gifts were brought of Mrs. Harold E. Everleyand Mrs O. R. Norton; assistant lecture with selected slides I
lead a period of community The Women's Guild was In forward by the bearers, representing Mrs Gertrude L. Parry The cooperation of the audience treasurer, Mr R, E, Bonn- A business meeting followed, Salem, N. H.
tinging of Christmas carols. charge of a Christmas love gifts given by the literature Mrs M. E. Orr when Mrs. ; After her graduation from
program Officers elected: president, was enlisted by the director er; ; Foster outlined
Afterwards the Church, Choir I IIen' at the mid-week serviceon Guild members, miniature Mrs. E. Lloyd Ferris; lat vice Mr. C. Carter Nice, In home department, Mrs. R. E, plans for the annual Christmas Syracuse University, Phi Beta
till sing Angel's Chorus; the December 8. stockings containing money on president, Mrs. Carrie E. Nel the singing of several Christ Bohner and pianist, Mrs R B party for December 14. Kappa, she taught for many
Chorus will" be heard In Mrs. Ono Coons, at the organ a small tree and gaily wrapped son; 2nd Vice president, Mrs. mas carols The chorus then Coons The nominating committee yesri. She holds A,B. and A.M.-
"0 Holy Night Austrian; a ladles trio and Mrs. Thomas 8 parcels. These gifts were for j. Grace N. Skoog; secretary, sang Silent Night, White Nominating Committee; Mr. presented the following slate degrees from Syracuse Univer
Carol.
till sing TheWomen's Cleaver, pianist, played Ira B. two neighboring Negro churches Mrs. R. W. Storey; assistant Christmas and concluded with C. W Laird, Mr. R. O. 8,'Igart, of officers for the coming ally
\ Chorus will render Wilson's "A Christmas Eve and children of migrant secretary, Miss Gladys L. NIchols I Fred Warln,'. arrangement of Mrs M. E. Crosby, Miss A. F. :year; Miss Kelly has been active
"Jesu Bambino"The | Memory" Mrs. Theodore H. workers of Florida. MillS Car ; treasurer, Mrs. Raymond .: the Battle Hymn of the Republic Crumm, Mrs, H. T. Sutton, The Rev. Alfred O. Hempstead In her church, serving as chair-
Runyan gave an Impressive I rie Tarbell was in charge of the O Swlgart and assistant beautifully rendered. chairman. president; Mrs. Irvin W. man of various committees,
W.CT.U. monthly meet. reading representing dedication of these gifts. treasurer, Miss Alta I. Crumm. The 27 ladles were tastefully The officers will be installed Foster, vice-president; and with special Interest In Interfaith -
ing will take place Tuesday, prophecies of the This challenging service was A social tea followed which gowned In white shlmmerlni December 26. Mrs. Julie P. Baccus, secretaryand Inter-racial 'groups She
Dec 21, at 3.45: o'clock In the Christ Iaa1h"1 directed by Mrs. Ralph W Nel was In charge of Mrs H. T. attire presenting a beautiful treasurer. was a delegate to national con

Sanctuary. Mrs. Clarence A. Before an artistic son with Mrs. Harold E. Ever' Sutton: In honor of those with picture against the men's dark ;I Mrs Marjorie C. Tinkler, Mr Members of the program ventions a number of years.
Miller, leader, will present "A magnolia leaves, a tableau was !I Icy assisting throughout Mrs. birthdays November, Decemberand suits Mrs. Rosalind McEnulty and Mrs Lynn Sheldon, and committee are Mrs. Elmer W. She now resides In D-8 In
Story of Christmas. Devotional portrayed of Mary and Joseph Coons was responsible for the January, a special birth was the pianist and Mr John Mr. and Mrs. E. Urner Goodman Munich, chairman, Mrs. Mar- the Quadrangle
leader will be Mrs. IL B. Ever- at the Manger, by Mr. and lighting effects. She also presided day cake was made by the peesIdent R Lewis, sponsor entertained for Mr. and
ty,, Carol singing will be In Mrs Ray L. Smalley, while at the organ. Mrs. Stephen Mrs Crosby. Mrs. Edwin W Parsons from
charge: of Mrs E. L. Ferris. Miss Eva p Hoover representedthe L. KIser had charge of the Miss Eva P: Hoover, the pro Mrs Arthur Flllmore of Msssachusetts who were on I I List IwClay County Propcrry'with -
Hiss Stella Cass will be hoe.toss
gift bearers. There
were eighteen
Angel and Mrs. Harold E. gram chairman IntroducedMrs. Sarasota and her daughterinlaw their way to Cape Coral. Mr.
.
Everley the Voice. Mrs. CharlesH. In the procession and 49 Walter E. Steltsel who Mrs. H. 1'. Archibald of Parsons has been retired after
Coker read The Great participants helped make this sang the following selections: St. Petersburg, visited Dr serving as general director of I Frank W.: Brown
A group of missionaries will a rich and meaningful experi Archibald In the clinic at MHC.
Commission In St. Matthew "The Little Jesus" a Ports RIcan United Church Men of the Na
ell how Christmas was observ- Then followed an Impressive ence. Christmas carol and "Of tional Council of Churches, sue Md'Aasetabr
d in lands where they have pageant titled "The Flag that I the Father's Love Begotten" by Mrs. May C. Orr, Miss Car- ceedlng Mr. Goodman In this
sensed at the midweek service Flies Highest of All" with The Myra Morton Bible Class Orprudentius written about the rie Tarbell and Miss Carrie office j
it 7:30: o'clock on Wednesday.A reading by Mrs. Ralph W. Neb 'of the Penney Memorial Church year 411 and arranged In liDS Nelson had pleasant surprise Mr. Sheldon was a member sled Mal 61aSe feels -

son The four winds searchingfor met last Tuesday afternoon for by Stainer. visitors In the persons of Dr. of the Board of Managers while j I '
1MI 0* Bgkway IT Ovate Far
Christmas Eve Vigil Bertre the flag were represented Its annual session with Mrs The Concert ;bhe Gulf and Mrs. Wesley Huber who both Mr. Goodman and Mr. \
Is scheduled for 4.30: o'clock by Mrs. Ann Sutton, Miss Alta I Mabel S. Crosby presiding.Mr Life Insurance Company of were on their way to winter In Parsons were general directors.I .... INN1 -
n December 24. This will fea Crum, Mrs Raymond R. Ore- H. C. Morehouse read Jacksonville, brought to the Deland. Dr. Huber was for The Parsons and the Good .
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MOOSE FESTIVALThe and decorated a V'". !'cie! most delightful l season, Kingfishers 35 tt I 20% r: BaU '", J
: two-day Christmas festival Civic Center in celebration of I Magnolia 28 tt 27% ... 16
members who Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Murphey Jokers .'
'at Moosehaven was at- the yuletide. The 37 H 28% 69'
tended by manor thousand of worked on the project and attended on Flalnf ield Avenue were hap- 8-Balls 27 H 28% ...
Moose 'members from the the Informs kANfCny py to,seebelr. daughter last St. Johns ;5 31 WE PLEASE FDUCS MORE$Y OMIt.. Tl, :, ;' J
southern states. The five large were Mrs. O. 'sJ'.hUaGck, week; Mrs. ,Frank Ray, the Untouchables 22 34 a ;" ..: "
trees,festooned with more than I president of the Garden Club; former Jean Murphey, from Rebels s 21K 34% mm 'Snper-Rig1b}' .StandingRifc': fc 's r.all t' q.1,,,e.EIb" ", -.
11,000 lights, standing In host Mrs. E. F. Bryan, of Scotch Plains, New Jersey,paid Each week it seems another :\ . .. J
I of the auditorium, were lighted Civic Besutlf J. herftarents a surprise visit that record falls.. This week Don ROAST } STEAKS fl"'
) In honor of the five statef rep ,Williams, Ian ) wall all too short. She flew RIdaught blasted a 208, 215 ,: : .. ; .1,
resented:' Florida, Alabama, of the State down Sunday night and remained for a 601 set and with handle >
Georgia, South Carolina, North Jerry Cote, Mrs.: only two days. Family cap totaled 681 to tap Dave PLAID STAMPS I E-Z te '; \
I, Carolina and Virginia. These Mrs. Gordon Sandridge, Mrs.J. responsibilities prevented a Kennett's 683. High single for > CarveLB. 99c
trees should be seen by every E. Crowl, Mrs. Charles Mc- longer stay.CHRISTMAS. the night went to Freddie . . e.
1 one hereabouts for the glimmering Bride and Mrs. T. J. Dev\nev,:. Hancock's 226. Doc Turner i'.f.rmJUIIUlf.' .
galaxy of lights forman The Garden Club will again PROGRAM rolled a 202, 207 for a 600 set.
unforgettable spectacle. Orange sponsor a contest in outdoor A 442 set by Mary Everett was GRADE 'A''QUICK FROZEN OVEN READY YOUNGTURKEYS
Park owes a debt of gratitude lighting. Mrs. R. C.Williams Is r St. Johns County Day School. high for the women.
will present Its annual Christmas \\ -
to Moosehaven for the chairman of the committee In .
program on Friday, December
beautification of their river- charge. There are first'and
17. It will be held at GCS FLEET RESERVE
second pities to be awardedfor
?front for everyone who drives
the Avondale Baptist Church SETS YULE :
'* by during this glorious seasonto decorations on both religious PARTIES -j.
enjoy. and holiday themes. The observance Mrs. G. O. Parks, of Green
lights will be displayed every Cove, haa been named operate ,
Miss Pam Bagwell Is at home evening between December 20 school and is looked forwardto tog manager of Green Cove's
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and December 31. Judging will with pleasure by the pupils, I Fleet Reserve club, AubreyBaker 11
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Ralph Bagwell,during the holiday be done before Christmas. faculty, parents and friends of: president, announced) ii-; ISLbt. A
season. She will remain prize will also be given for the 8t..Johns. yesterday.
until mid-January. most attractively decorated Mrs. Parks succeeds the late UP 390
mall box, to be judged during Mrs. John Burton and her Jeremiah Holcomb who died in
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daylight hours. It Is boped that I daughter, Sally,' Holly Point November. % L ,
GARDEN CLUB TREE this; annual project will1;encourage Road West, recently spent the Baker said two television sets
On Friday morning the Garden Orange Park residents][.week-end in Bradenton to see will be given away at the club
Club of Orange'Park placed to beautify the'to i"1Ol'" PT.'Burton's aunt, :Mrs. Harry at 8 o'clock Saturday evening. .
.. _L ., Wpfd.Mr.Burton was in Jamalt On Sunday, the club will Delicious, Packed In Glass .. cans Cap"f hat Fresen r.F. It-eiykgi Ca '*n Jehn Fry Dry Pack ....FaaeySHRIMP

FOR GOOD 'PRINTING SER.; wisi. .t the Bebe time.Burton Their, Is daughter coming) sponsor children a party for who underprivileged will receive -- COCKTAIL 3 for $1 FISH STICKS ,.2'89< oysg$1 5 ';' St !

|M(jhe holidays from Endlcott, clothing and toys purchased .
I KM York.-She.wsn also visit by members of the club .... ( "i t
*grandmother, Mrs. Julian Children have already been seectM. SPECIAL SALE! MUD A MELLOW EIGHT O'CLOCK ;l.'Mr a ,
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