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The Clay County crescent
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The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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e The Criteria of Educational Sheriff JLeportsJilOQO. : Shands Bridge Dedication

A Goal
Excellence County
; JShenf JohnPreston Hall -
has ,reported to .the Board of.County
I (The ectrad
I Something like 25 per cent of the County's entire'TTOPUTntfriT' spent .balance for his department East Shore Next Wednesday

more than 5.000 ycungsters is now enrolled in In .ihe .fiscal year 196263 -

public schools within .the County. .. :.totaling ,$U,33.S.73. This

The County's orderly transformation n -from .an agrarian; ; represents .approximately. 15

an industrial :area:Js in the lapsof those: -who guide our County per .cent jal the .1 budget

educational program It is not only, as Admiral Rickover has jof v$77,2a6 .allocated to the department w. At
pointed .out fhat 'our .national survival depends upon the.quality for .the .year. e e, r r 10,000 Original

of our education on.a imtionwide'basis:L it''is that the growth In a letter .to the Board '

and progress t>f the County its ability 'attract industry 'its Sheriff:Hall .returned $4,310.73.The 4

r industrial adequacy in keeping our children at home in secure balance amounting to Dedication Recalled By

and challenging jobs; these all depend upon the leadership 47.026 ,was (lieU in the contin- -
educational its quality sand its.comprehensiveness.In ? 5S
our program gency fund to which it was < _
Jacksonville 'last -week Howard Anderson, of St. Petersburg originally allotted. k ... t

the executive director t>f the'"Florida Council of 100 told The $4,310.73 represented a 4. .. < Contemporary PapersThe
members of the Rotary Club that the world 'is now entering savings of 1900.43 in salaries ,

"the age of the mind" that brawn and muscle are no longer to deputies and assistants; .,. new Shands Bridge will be"dedicated at 11 o'clock next

i sufficient for progress. 1316.64 in expenses other Wednesday morning at ceremonies at the east eadkif. the new
Not a very original viewpoint but one that needs -saying than salaries; $843.30 allocatedto .e $} ; .. 6,662-foot steel and concrete' span

For two generations now Americansecondary education equipment; and $250.36 allocated -
has been mired in a swamp whose 'warden was a misguidedman to investigations.The Guests of honor at the ceremonies will be Mrs. Ethel Geiger

named John Dewey. Be was the chief apostle of what Board was requested to J # : Shands widow of Alvin Glenn Shands. who conceived the plans

came to be called "progressive" education. It "is now. widely depasit the 4431.73 back into JI for and built the original Shands Bridge 35 years ago; Mr

1 conceded that the only way anyone can attach the word pro- the fine and forfeiture fund JI I } ( Shands' two surviving brothers former State Senator W. A.

gressive to it Is that secondary education has become progressively from which it was received. I Shands of Gainesville; and J W. Shands retired president of
worse since Dr. Dewey sold American educators on the the Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville; Mr. Shands' sis-

( idea that :youngsters need not learn to read need not learn 'Due 'to mechanical difficulties ter, Mrs. C. C. Maxson of Gainesville; and the widow of another

one syllable from another and that they should go their waysas some of the news had to brother Mrs. J. S. Shands. of Gainesville. *

If they knew the road by heart.A be emitted< this -week. This
will be included In next weeks Ralph Powers State Road Board member representing this
change in this direction (if it can be called direction)
edition. Thank for district will be the principal speaker. Former State Senator
began to appear in spots after World War II. :The about-face you your
understanding and support. Edwin G. Fraser. of Mcclenny who is now Secretary of the
reached Its four with the-appearance James;
apogee years ago
CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT Florida Senate will act as master of ceremonies. Another
Bryant Conant's definitive American secondary edu-
study on
speaker will be State Senator Verle
Pope of St. Johns County
cation. Dr. Conant. one of the nation's"brilliant chemists and a Hight of WayBoldOuts .

former president of Harvard University and a just-retired State Rep., S. D. Saunders will present, to Airs.' Stands a

American ambassador to the Federal "Republic of West, Germany :Having copy of the legislative act by which the new bridge 'W* -perpetuate

h was asked In 1957 by the Carnegie Corporation of New the name of her husband.. '
York to undertake a study of our 'high schools. Second Thought
Published "The American "High 'School Today" Dr.Conant.s Arrangements for the' dedication have been made by Mr.
: Saunders, assisted by the St. Johns County and St. Augustine
report concentrates "on TugTi schools with a 'high James: H. Carey, owner of
degree of comprehensiveness. In these schools," the author 'a piece of :property at high Chamber of Commerce and the Clay* '*. County* Chamber of Com-

Writes "more than half the students terminate their full-time 'way 16 and the so-called Barth- r merce.

education at graduation, and therefore vocational l olf "Road and one of 'the hold- / 5 w Members of the Florida cabinet, officials of both st. Johns
offered. also -available for those .outs on donating to the J .:
programs are Programs are Countya # '. ;; ;, and Clay counties and other dignitaries have been invitedto
4 "who have high academic ability If the "high school is 'of 20-foot right of way to improve attend. those who
Among have
accepted an invitation Is
sufficient size and located In community. where parental :the secondary road ad- John R. Phillips chairman '
of the Florida Road
jacent to toM -
pressure for preparing for college Is not overriding, those boys his property, X p4 u ; n '
and girls who desire to pursue education"beyond the high school The 'Crescent yesterday he was : c42" Dedication of the new bridge will take place approximately
ready to contribute the
level will be In a mInority. The tjuestion arises -whether 'being property 35 Vi years after the opening of the first Shands Bridge which
..2.r.,COIU1ty. ., .. ,. .
In..ntainority, such. students c!n obtain ,a quaielediicatlorj: .-.Mr.. Carey's.-_announcement- w dedicated_ Apri110a-1928: On April J7. 1948 twenjy ears
Dr. \ emphasizes and reiterates that'"the'three main 'in behalf of limself and his and one week later -! Air Shand 'died at a"uacksorlvhebpital -

objectives of a comprehensive high school are: first to providea son, Pvt. James V. Carey, USA, following a long fight with a heart ailment.Mr. .

general education for aU the' future citizens;; second to 'provide joint 'owners of the property, H 9 '
i good elective programs for thosewho -wish to use their followed meeting- with other Shands a native of Bronson was a'son of Thomas W.
; and Annie Parker Shands. Before coming to Green Cove he
acquired skills immediately on graduation: third to provide property owners Monday even- .
satisfactory programs for those 'hosevocations will depend inAt that meeting arrangements tl was graduated at the University of Florida as a bachelor of

on their subsequent education In a college or university: were made to pay the science in civil engineering. In Clay County he was interestedin
I Careys for the right of agriculture banking and, and
In those schools which seemed to the writer to be per- way ultimately bridge-bulling
and to move their house back he served several terms on the Board of County Comm&etonere.
their Dr. Conant
forming a superior job of educating students
30 feet from the proposed road, I x
reports that these schools "were offering adequate instructionIn Budie Bell, another hold-out, j As an engineer banker and agriculturist he conceived in
= English and social studies as part of general education 'required walked out of the meeting 1925. the idea of a bridge spanning the st. Johns River at
f 1 of alL These schools were providing significant non- llonday night after several of :
Green Cove and opening up to residents of Clay County Hie+
academic programs which were elected by a substantial numberof the Irate property owners who
j so-near-and-yet-so-far attractions In the St. Augustine areaand
students. In these same schools the academic inventory the of the jEI
are pushing paving ,i to residents of St. Johns County the almost limitless po-
showed that more than half the academically talented boys had Bartholf road from Highway
of Clay County. _
studied at least seven years of mathematics and science as 16 to Highway 17 used such ] x1

well as seven years of English and social studies On the words as. 'bribery" in connec-I i His dream was three years in the making. It required en-

I r other hand in no school had a majority of the academically tion with the demands of Mr.' gineering surveys and access to financiers who would put up

talented girls had as much as seven years of mathematics and Bell and others for eompensa- the money.
I tion on their property. (
I science In only two schools had a majority of the academ- Contemporary accounts of the dedication, 36 years ago, of
S. R. Ti11i hast, the third
ically talented boys studied foreign: language for as long as hold-out In the paving program, : Dedication ceremonies for the new Shands Bridge are scheduled for 11:30 o'clock next the old bridge appear to justify the view that almost'anythingthat

t three 5 ears In most schools even-the few who had elected has also agreed to donate a Wednesday morning: at the east end of the bridge. Left is the late Alvin G. Shands. builderof happens next Wednesday will pale before the. festivities.

to study foreign languages for three or four years had to be] right of way through his property -' the original bridge. Right is his widow, Sirs. Ethel Geiger Shands who will be guest of that took place on April 10, 1928. .
content with two years of one language: and one or two of at the Highway 17 end
honor' at the ceremonies. It should be added however, that in the intervening years
another j of the project.Continued
I driving across the St. Johns has become "old hat."
i (Cont'd on Page, Two Col. 5 and. 6) i ::: On Page !. On that great day more..than three decades acv 1500

"motors" are reported to nave crossed the river from the Clay
Local l Youth County side and an uncounted number of others from the St.

I' 250 Years Earlier Than The New Shands Bridge A Ferry Enter PoliticsBy :''to Johns.St. County Augustine side.any'It day.beat. driving through. .Jacksonville. to..get.

Barry Lancaster
One newspaper of the day.reports that 50004persona were
,.- The Republican Youth Service invited, to the dedication, speech-making and barbeque that

.... I Organization of Clay CCnty followed. As to how many ,attendedavailable newspaper estimates -
rti ..;" to. ., 1 :' : met at the home of County vary Ten thousand persons seems a safe estimate.It .
I ri Committeeman H. C. Hill, at
: i Doctors Inlet last Sunday. was the' longest single-span bridge In the.'warid" .
; -\ : t I 11,500 feet .' with a- 125-foot draw span. "Tlie'brde. constructed

.. i tit ; ', / At this meeting; future goals of steel, rested on reinforced: concrete:piers'."stoutly
'F. and aspirations, including or- built for '
heavy use and perlmanenC service/ .
,I 'r ganizational policies, were discussed Four days before the" dedication ( '
FORT /.r April 8/1928)I the St,
/ .., And decided
: upon. "
iI. j 4ugustine Record wrote: ; : i --

i The Mite wa used *c a ferry '. The,. as in :". Vith.the. opening of fhe worlds Jo"n st-sir le-spali brtda'e.

landing late lir ihe I74H tentery. thtv' ;counties,..'13 Directed>y I connecting Clay and St. Johns counties at Greet!'Cove Spring'
Jbulftby + YcEEEI i a comity leader The county Jzj portions oi< north Florida that lie west of the St Johns River
About 1716 the first fort wa* ; *
turn Is divided,"into .precincts,I win be rought: arer tfaeea $t with Its veaWJ> bfs
the Span IshMt was i>cimllt anH '
each&ing under' the'supdrvlslon ; -, andKsoohngoaeari: breezes=y / t ...., : ,;. ,
enlarged early in 1759. The foi* .'_ of 2i precinct leadfer. 'Aastywide "-The-Sb&jjSs*bridge iepresentifrg irifnv f otNW M b

lowing year this fort was captured : -...;. ... ; effort -Jo present! is toaHeof steel anff' '>tens on re-inforced concrete piers. The
by English and Indian forces led their ideas and lars} tp the* remainder of the bridge is of creosoted timbers and the entire

by James Ogle thprpe, founder of the : "" public will be made y canvassing - On t withdrawal every :home. in. the c.unty. ', :The<< openingth&gian '
Georgia colony. ;>er> cE : .. span will mtjitnew era in toe
The majo;alms and purposes. I development of chat favored section of the state ranerth
.' I 3t the ofganizatidiT are: '
tfa I ? fort and H was fccrer rebuilt ." -I' Florida. Fran*its Conception' the task of'eWft .i ridge
JI .,1 The promotion of a -' has been foaught- with problems large *meVaar&lfreiIK.! One
J t fni t by one the obstacles
I party'system government were oyeijcojn however until today the
\ : the "Cbnny2. '. :,** :- completed structure stands
.af a monument to Its builders and
__ .. ... to the '
:To gatland distriuteinfornnatioitregaltling enterprise of the residents of the .rich territorieswill IF
.. *
serve In future. ".
:" :: : : RepubIi tgtions. tM w

j What is believed to be the County's sect have Wen merely a sentry house and palisaded of Jenkins Ear sent Gen. Oglethorpe south. can principals. ..- The Record callea- trjerid-"" w Snonuisental trttxtte togenius
ond historical marker (upper left) has been irea''mamied by approximately eight sol Having withstood|,everaIndian and Britis the and vision of-a. .. PIorfala>bom and Ftorida-edueated
erected on Highway 17 just south of Green diers and two swivel guns protecting Spaniards attacks thefort Tell 'to the' "English in May :. .'- ';:: -3.tTe 'stimulate inactive :c3'oung citizen.." *". ? i ____
'C 18th Century Spanish crossing the river from hostile Indians. Oglethorpe ple atJ... i interest in The Clay County Ttoi in 4ti5ead
Cove, commemorating In and as ,laid siege to St. AnKtistine, ; affairs local "state story written by P. R.
political on ,
.f fort that guarded a St. Johns River ferry 1737 a member of the British Royal Engineers, Pupo was used tt -the SpainUh :lines of : 1 and UonaI'"reTe1i. ,:'.. Bridges Jr. said that "across a rain glistened' historic body of

5 more than 200 years before A. G.. Shands.built '. ? sunrefinr-defcnses. in lorida wrote regarding communication. The Brl .destroyed,,iJie ; 1 water Clay.. and St .Johns,$ counties nav 'clasped hands in frfiowsnip. -
; Hie first bridge across the river. The clay Popo and its twin-fort. Pieolata across the fort and In 1755 t te Spanish crown authorized "l"TJ 'fiiither''tDe'realijajioj'of J ) :. :"f"r -i-s. '-.' .
St. Francis de Papa river. "I them myself and I vouch .: ':"- today** Hepnblieanpolitical "Undeterc .bT the unruly effortstffd.
ramparts: of Fort saw can reconstruction of) the fort but nothing'was' .. luYft
:J :(rU&tJ.lying_along,the banks of.the St Johns,.- that they are,crumble .downjowing- ._ .ever done bout po A-.picture.of,%4he anI7-r.'t ..t economic. .and social. objectives; ,,god ofr''J-' ,;;_,;;;:vied.the' .northern pano.tI' ... r an'aX..

at"Bayard are all that remains of what appear : to the SupPortS being "completely 'roiie." other historical marker in the County appears the eriensioiT1- d, ;Reservation :: *'kContinued ._-. Say affair between eight ands ten thkns. cratthformal eui
tdrms ''"
of fx :
t' to have been two forts constructed by the Pnpo was rebuilt, a wooden blockhouse, per- on,page.3. The Crescent< would like to know':" our : dedication of.the Shands BridgK : .. _, :.-_"
5 5 .5.- .
tiresLeettliea..o aldat.. j iiM l-iF JJrt1 .'trotller-1dstoric spots in the County. OB page 5 (Cont'd *' '. tsl+ .
on Page Two. Cot 3 and 4)



(Eotmirj Orescent! '

(Stag;(Kountn.OIrescetit ( Criteria Of Educational.Excellence; ;, -.w' -

.' otikJter i j sft11.t.imT;ini tfiaae trades included in the vocational programs.
J (Continued frotan Page:1))
j ". '* by DUNCAN GBONEB 83 Special: consideration should be given to slow readers.

"In all but a few of the schools I have visitedDrr.Count
Minor 9i. Fair academically talented boys and girls a minimum
Symphony writes "the majority of bright boys and girls were noicworking:: :
Senator Barry Goldwater. the leading current contenderfor ,ofc four-years mathematics, four of one foreign language (at
bar denough. Academic studies did n t'COTel' wide-enough
the Republican Presidential nomination and the darling of : least, tflree- of science, four of English and three ofc social

The Cacophony Created by unhoused Canines uninhibited a lotof Southern Democrats who regard his as the One and range Improvement would come about almost'automatically' studies snoufct be available. This program will require a-mini;
in most schools if seven of English' and sociall studies
Chickens and underworked Coast Line bellringers from Closing- Only who spare the nation from more of the Kennedy foolishness years 'mum ol;: three hours of homework for each of the five school,
were required and if. instead of a two-year--course'in iai foreign.
of Catcalls in Green t
Creates Confusion
time till Cock's-Crow a has come out flatly. If I read him correctly, against days ini the weefc.10L .
language a of four of att least foreign
Cove every Catnap between Critterscreaming. sequence years : one
foreign aid. F student (about 3 centut'thp
language were offered br the highly gifted per
It's a downright Crime. student: popuTa fon), there should be a tutor who Is in close
Man's Best Friend and leave it to roam I have the feeling that Senator Goldwaters great weakness "There are. he continues, "three-refor-the:success*
To those who own .
reciprocal feeling. In short the at least as a campaigner is precisely that as we see it in retro- ful operation of a high school: first, a' school'board'composed: :touchi with these students throughout their high school,careers

the streets: there should love be no for his owner. On any Mondayor spect, ,of Jackie Kennedy he had a pat answer for everything.He of intelligent, honest devoted citizens who und rstand' that:. ,:"Tne- tutor s&aaM see to it that these students are challengednot
dog should harbour no
Thursday morning the upturned garbage cans the trail was highly critical for instance of Mr. EIsenhower's Cuban their function is policy making noVadminiitratiOnj: second?. :only-by: coarse work but by the development of their:special

of distasteful grub bear mute witness to the unhappy fact policy because as he put it, it was far too soft on Castro. If a first-rate superinendent; third a- good' principal. Without: interests;: as wetZ'lx

that the manufacturers of Gaines dogfeed will declare no extra Jackie has since done anything to unhorse The Bearded One, a good school board the situation'Is.almost1 hopeless nfmem :. En order to provide meaningful statistics about the

t dividends on the amnnntL of their product purchased by '"dog rm not aware of what it was. bers of a school board become involved im the*appointment of. ;education of the academically talented a school board;'through,

teachers and In other matters of: patronage;. ttte maintenanceof tne" superintendent: should ask the principal each year:-for: ran'academia
lovers" hereabouts: The question of foreign aid is a vastly complex one which good morale in the staff become almost* .
teaching impossible .
; : : inventory: a summary of the academic programs;of
In a progressive city the blasted crowing chickens shouldbe does not lend itself I would venture to say, to any simple however excellent may be the superintendent;and' -prindpaL:. the- aced mt-. talented.
who needs an egg-laying alarm ;
farmed out to someone answers.
Given a good school board and strong leadership-!tile*superintendent I
clock. 121 A seven or eight-period day more flexible than.the six.:* -
and principal, an excellent group of, teachers, wilt be
And once again be it said the Atlantic Coast Line's boys Since World War n we have given away to virtually every recruited and it is hardly necessary-to emphasize; *that om tne: !:period': days one period of which may be taken up with:physical
nation on earth, (excepting only Communist China) close : driver education etc.
who can't keep their fingers off the Bells of Faint Hours shouldbe to quality of the teachers (assuming wise leadership)' the- qualityof eduraflTnv ,
$100 billion that Is. $555 for.,every man. woman and child '
put on another run. the education must ultimately pend:, 13. The setting, of prerequisites for advanced academic
Green Cove's Symphony in C Major is a major nuisance. in the United States. This money has reconstructed Europe "Probably one of the most important factors,Itn detfermim- :courses: To this end admission to 11th grade mathematics
and the Soviet Union, it has built our friends well
as as our '
inn whether a high school Is providing adequately for-theedu- should! depend upon a student's receiving at lessta"_Cin-10th
enemies. It has made of Germany and Japan our two wartime I
grade' maUL
enemies who tried their level best to defeat and bring to heel .

f the United States and all its allies among the mightiest and ; ; 14. Bank in class should not be based solely: on..grades.

most prosperous nations on earth. It has restored international inarching bands may affect the decisions- the-scnooF BoardVthe ; T have found that in many schools the desire -to rank high

trade' on which most of the nations of the earth depend for abetterthanstandard administrators and the teachers; and; often. equally important ;has led bright students to elect easy courses in order! -tox>btair>

of living. community activities (club meetings junior lodge 'nigh grades15. ."
meetings, athletic events, etc.)1)' may take- Up> too nrucfi of me-

On the other hand, one must agree to some extent with students' time." A list should be published of students who)had:elected

As A Matter of FactSales Senator Goldwater for In the process of economically resurrecting ; This Is a superficial account of Dr. Cona 'findings-- His: courses recommended for the academically talented*axed: who

the world we have pulled some unique blunders, and we book is only 140 pages long and should' be required" readingfor ,made an average grade of B.

have laid ourselves wide open to the charge of Imperialism. every voter in the County before- tile- upcoming- elections
15. A school should have the equipment foe a:developmental -
Out of these studies and findings. Dr Conanfr draws 2r recom- ,
reading and students should be urged'to)takes ad
How in the name of common sense did American troops, mendatiaons which are here greats'abridged" program
vantage of the opportunity to Increase reading speed-andcom-:
American money and America's prestige ever get involved in 1. A satisfactory school system should' havetrained' and

tax collections in the County last month hit a two- the Congo? What earthly business of ours was it whether the articulate fU time counselors both for the- theelementary secondary prehension.17. .

year (if not an alltime) high with indicated sales of taxable rich province of Katanga went along with the Congo, to sup- grades. "The school board should operate a tuitionifree-

goods and services at more than 700000. port that poverty-stricken country with its mineral riches? 2. It should be the policy of a high* school that every mer school in which courses are available not only'for students

Why don't we send troops to Ireland to force ,the Belfast student has an individualized- program of study- according to who have to repeat a subject but also for the-bright-and:: am-
While figures for July. August and September are some- Government to join the Dublin Government? I can see no real '
clearly defined and labeled tracks such as-"coll ge preparatory bitious students who wish to use the summer to)broaden the'
what misleading since on July I, new taxes went into effect difference.On "vocational" or "commercial."' scope of their elective programs."
the uptrend became noticeable prior to that time. New leviesat -
that time raised from one to two percent the sales tax on Sunday a South Vietnmese Buddhist monk, in Peking 3. The requirements for graduation: of all student should 18. "The school board should be ready toxrffer:a?.trial and?
made a speech in which he said that "United States imperialists include four years of English; three or four of: social studies:!:
automobiles farm equipment etc. fourth year of a foreign language no matter how students
are the chief criminals who have committed the most bar- (including two years of history)'..year' of:metnenmtics and one enroll

The following table shows that the County hit its economiclow barous crime against the 14 million South Vietnamese people of science.

in February. 1963 with reported collections totaling $12,815 and the Buddhists." 19. "All students should obtain some understanding1 ol tile-
4. Students should grouped according' ability.
which would indicate sales of taxable goods in the neighborhoodof ; nature of science and the approach by a required!: course in

low to last month's high is It Is easy to disregard such an outburst. No Buddhist or physical science biology."
that or
$435,000. The rise from 5. The awarding of a diploma isevidence only: that a student
Baptist or Episcopalian who valued his neck would go to the
65 cent.
approximately Here Is the picture per for the past 24 months: land of Mao Tse Tung and praise US intervention in any nationon has (1) completed the required work hi general educationto 20. For the purpose of developing an: understanding between -

Sales Tax Collections earth. the best of his ability? and (2? has completed: satisfactorily students of different levels of academic-'ability and! vocational
homerooms should be organized4! im sucit
Indicated County a certain sequence of elective courses goals : away
But American soldiers are dying In this idiot's nation. as to make them significant social units In'the'school. Tot, this
Sales of Taxable
County State Why? How in the world did they get there Mme. Nl a, the 6. The time devoted to- English composition during the end. students should be kept together hit one homeroom for
Goods & Services
loud-mouthed sister-in-law of the dictator of South Viet Nam, four years should occupy about halt the total time devoted to the entire high school course and care>should! betaken to

Oct.. '61 ................ $16,032 $13,185.488 $540,000 has been saying that Americans were a bunch of Jackasses and the study of English. Each student shotxfcl be required to writean have each homeroom a cross section of theacilool, iir terms of

.. ............ 475,000
Nov. .. 14.218 13,833,837
? saying it from one end of the United States to the other. Even average of one theme week. ability and vocational Interest.

Dec., ........................ 15.390 14465.279 520.000 the President's special ambassador there. Henry Cabot Lodge
Jan., '82 ................. 17.323 18.578.800 585,000 can't make her shut up. 7. Programs should be available for girls interested in developing 21. In the 12th grade a course on American: prootems or

,Feb., ........................ 12,953 15,599,136 440,000 skills hi typing stenography, the use of clerical ma- American government should be required

March .................... 13.547 16.444.508 465.000 We. the United States sign a limited nuclear test ban chines, home economics etc. Pbr boys, vocational skills. The In the final article next week these criteria wilt be relatedto

April, ............ ........ 13,692 17.862.188 470,000 treaty with the Soviet Union (Senator Goldwater does not like school administration should constantly: : assess the employment the educational setrup In the County

May ......;.............:... 14.560 15,749,068 485.000 that one either;!: Governor Scranton of Pennsylvania, who wljl

|/| ,June ...:........._......:..;...16.300 14.979.999 550,000, accept a "genuine drafat" for the Republican nomination, likesit

;' July........................ 16,545 15,057,081 560,000 ). Thereupon in order to ease tensions and without askinga .

I ,Aug ........................ 16,971 14.514.229 565,000 single gesture in return, we agree to ship the Soviets two

Sept. ..................... 17,002 14.261,413 570,000 million bushels of wheat. This at the very moment when the

Oct. ........................ 13,602 14,174,107 460,000 Reds are still in occupation in Cuba, the Berlin Wall still stands

Nov. ........................ 15.034 14693.549 518,000 Reds are fomenting revolt in half a dozen Central and South The Bank of Green Cove Springs

Dec ........................ 15,381 15,558.947 520,000 American nations they are fighting openly for southeast Asia.

Jan., '63 ..-............. 15,470 19,136,132 525,000 And now the Soviet foreign minister reports on US-USSR con-

Feb. ........................ 12,815 16,393.690 435,000 versations to open the way to further acts of appeasement that ,

March .................... 13,128 16.697.639 468,000 things '"could not look worse." This means in English that Housing Loans For Home Improvement

April ..................... 15.782 18294.177 528,000 we are not giving up rights and prerogatives fast enough, that

May........................ 17.157 16,895,314 575.000 the USSR wants more and more concessions before its representatives -

June ........................ 16.322 15,674,492 545.000 will continue to talk friendship. I

July ........................ 18.465 16.092.727 620,000 FHA Title 1
Another beneficiary of our largesse President Tito, of .."E
Aug. .?..................... 20.375 16,684,119 680,000 -&
Yugoslavia is currently touring the United States. His nation
Sept. .... ,.... ............ 21,155 17,495,582 705.000 .
since 1945 has received a total of more than $1.5 billion of US
These loans can be granted to any property owner who is pwrchas-
money and Tito has never indicated even verbally (a type of .

I agreement much In vogue among certain groups hereabouts) ing or has purchased: a house after qualifying through FHA St lards.
that he would support the United States or any of its allies or
In this same connection, the Florida State Chamber of
that he would fail to support other Communist nations in any
Commerce has come up with some interesting vital statisticson
Clay County. conflict involving both groups. TIME TO

There are countless other Instances In which the United
According to the Chamber's annual survey, Clay residents
States has made a mockery of financial or military aid. At
had. last year a total "effective buying income" of $27,685,000
every session of Congress there are loud promises that In the
placing it thirty-second among the counties of the State. Per
future U. S. foreign aid will be watched, that In the futurewe
capita effective buying income was $1.384. putting it in twenty-
4 J will not continue to pull the blunders we have in the past.
1 fifth place. 0
Certainly the principal of foreign aid is right. I think If It
i i Retail sales in the County last year are put at a total of
Is properly managed that US foreign aid to South Americanmay
$13.2 million: with automotive sales of $4.7 million leading all
yet save it from the Communists' grip. But wheat to the
t others. Food sales are estimated at $3.9 million: gas stations
, Soviet Union and troops to South Viet Nam and dollars to
, $494,000; furniture and household appliances at $417.000: Lft
Yugoslavia don't make any sense and in this respect Mr. Gold-,
at $1.3 million: lumber, building materials and hardware at I -
water is. I think correct.Shands .
apparel at $358.000 and drugs at 313000.

Total bank deposits In the County last year were 9235000. -.. ,. \

I with assessed value of property for taxes estimated at $41.8

million a shade more than half of which was non-exempt.

With 382.000 acres of land In the County the assessed value Brtdge DedicationContinued

averages to approximately $108 an acre. '!-

from Page 1) .
The County population of 19.535. according to the survey. '

II comprises. 16.837 whites and 2.652 Negroes. Classified as "other" "Dr. Pons A. Hathaway chairman: 'of the State Road Department '. ; 7\;
are 46 persons (?). I and who. in that capacity has been solicitous in the .
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The survey further indicates a total annual payroll, construction of the bridge by the St. Augustine-Oreen Cove i ., :. i .,t :..
for the County (1992); and such other miscellaneous Springs Bridge Company, was the principal speaker of the day' ':., :

bits as the fact that we have 1.683.000 cords of standing timber -but the candidate for gubernatorial honors confined his remarks i ... '. : :.;' i
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{ (lt&0)t with 59.370 cords of round pulpwood cut In 1962. to a few briefwords of praise for the foresight displayed by : :.

A. O. Shams : > The County's Oldest { fj j

44 Mr. Shands had been introduced to the gathering P': ,
i is good for Clay is good for Th Craeenf .. :
by J. D. Rahner of St. Augustine chairman of the St. Johns ,
QoldtlnraH Groner Elizabeth Leonard Groner county board of commissioners, who acted as master of ceremonies : and Lu Bank ..
Publisher Secretary i 1
t _.. i. ', Mr. Shards told at the bridge construction of the i.-

EQeDe tea efforts expended and thanked the people of St. Johns and -, _.... ." .
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General Manger Clay counties and of this section of Florida for the splendid 2 .& 2S4-C650 J

Published every Thursday by cooperation and assistance rendered In making this bridge or '
lao wAmong
Crescent Froai. possible. :
Congress 4-9583 ,
r. O. Box, 571 .. r
Greea Cove Syria. P1a. the other luminaries attending the original dedi- .. -, :

Teleyhoao cation was Ruth Bryan' Owens a candidate: for Congress, .. !J f '
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GCS )$ daughter of the late William Jennings Bryan and a cousin of : ,. : ;

!. Hf.C1S1 Bryan Jennings of Middleburg.. Car George Hulvey. of Green ?.1?* See-Our--Newly-Installed DepositoryQItav 4 : f"I'! ;

Kat r4 aa S.ooo4 CUM Yatt.t July IS, HIS. at the Po.t Ofric. :Cove. was secretary the celebration committee.
:Gr..a O.r. Spring. Florida under th. Act of Karen J. 11ft.
--.. cs.- ....... lW at GOne c.r. lfttasa. ria.
Following the dedication and .speech-making, a barbeque
arsec 3. Tess aA'ftM '
Tear-la advance ...:.....: .....w_..._..._-....w,......,......,f1 dinner wa# served. -

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Staffer MHC&RenneyFarms< [ : '' The Other Historic MarkerThis Jr. High To Have

Halloween Dance
'Reporter::3IRS.1 UT'RRVR.T'D'.l\IYERS.: Phone 529-8131 o
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Tfce .Art (Club.met JThursday have taken up residence in'hand will meet a group for this The Green Cove Springs

October 17-.with Mrs.PauLHar-t apartment No. 106-D the' for- purpose each Tuesday morning F. Junior High School will holda

rison hostess, :aSsisted by the. mer Steketee apartment.9 They at 9:30 in the Hobby Shop. Hallowe'en Sock Hop on Fridays

Misses Edna -ndEdith: JBurk-'came in New members may join :Jlhe & x from 7:30 until 11 o'clock.
hart. There'were 17 members, Brooklyni.anol.are: enjoying the classes at any time. The cost
Admission will be 35c.
y a present. Dr. :Peterson: was a comfort and convenience of of materials is the only charge.A ;4e xa
guest nf "the ;Club. Refresh- smaller living Quarters in MHC. three day exhibit is sched- Costumes will be the dressof

mentswere served,,followed bya Miss "Florence has been a uled for November 28, 29, and F the evening with prizes going -

business meeting with the Sunday School teacher for over 30, to exhibit and sell articlesof to the students wearing

Rev. T. "S. rcieaver presiding. 50 years. She organized the handiwork of Christmas i the prettiest funniest and most

Plans for :the :years! activitieswere Girl Scout movement in "the gifts or souvenirs, by the res- D unusual costumes.
discussed. 'Selden Barrows Ocean Parkway Methodist idents of the campus.
reported plans 'Of the Church of Brooklyn, and the been donated to the Shop by This dance is sponsored by

Hobby Shop :for making Christ- equipping of a Girl.Scout bandof Miss Hilda Weirenga, a new mothers of the students and

mas gifts :for:.displayand sale. up to 24 pieces. :Just be- resident from Berea. Kentucky will be chaperoned.
fore leaving'"Brooklyn for Penney and the Shop is lookingfor I i a

Farms her church pre- someone to take over this
and :Mrs. Howard "Bas-'
Mr. sented'-herewith a 40-year Girl project and start a class in
son of :Eoseburg,Dre. a sisterof Scout Service'Pin and a show weaving small pieces of fabric WATCH

Barry Lancaster of Green our Mrs.1\1. D.:Robbins arrived er-of other gifts. Shewas also The Shop is also looking for FORTHIS
last k.for-a visit with
Core .a sophomore at St. 'we church secretary for over 30 an operator of the new A. B.. $H
Mrs. Robbins,'only'to find that
Johns River }Junior College years. Here at MHC Miss Dick Mimeograph donated to : / EMBLEM
has .been & .staffer she had-1i:f in'herapartmentand Florence-has already taken up the Shop by Dr. Barger.
:name J; on 1
:confined hi the MaryM.
The Viking Horn;:the college Olin Clinic. There were the editing and printing' of our I CLAY COUNTY

newspaper which made its no broken'bones'butrMrs.TRobbins :Penney Memorial Miss Stella Cass had a sur- j I Public

first appearneeotf the cam- is still in 'the clinic at weekly -bulletins. prise last Saturday when Mr. Health
last 'week.Ye&ng Miss Hettiewas connected and
Mrs. John
pus Donnelly calledon
this writing/:becauserof-brtses-
Charities Aid
with the "State Nursing
Lancatetaa: 1953 and soreness. 'She is improv- their way from Californiato
Association for over 30 years
graduate Clay High is the ing nicely. "Mrs. asson has West Palm Beach. Mrs. Advisory
in accounting and -other ca-
author of tWJtl-by- #stories:! worked for the 'Veterans "psychiatric Donnelly and Miss Cass taught Councilsee
pacities. "She- was also a department -
in the first issue .of the Hospital for 19 'years secretary in 'YMCA together in Woodcliff-on-Hud- Telephone Listing
paper. One 1ft.themr on the in the registrardivision.. "Mr. son N. J. before Miss Cass
f paper's :front page flakes a Basson has teen'chief custodian work. 'Musically she playedthe went to Malaya as a missionary. marker stands on Highway 21 near the main entrances into Middleburg center. "Nurses Public Health

potshot at campus 'politics of the 'EoseburgHigh: -1'i lin. mandolin" guitar The Donnellys also calledon The Crescent would like information on any other historic spots in the County which mightbe Nursing Advisory Council"
Her aetivttieshavelargely'
which ihtsl"month, been on'the busi-
what eutof 'hadd Len a retired last u1y. Whom they met when the Wil- -
dsocial-sides-Of life.
non-existent student rw a selected ness-an sons were visiting their daughter -
'sisters -skilled -at
i. -the student;cov1 in San Diego.
eminent --xasociatkrt. The Misses :Florence -and making hoOkedrugs..
Hettie Beal, :natives rOf 'England
Ills other story is -anliniterview Miss Grace Kerr furnished t :
who have lived -most t5f
,' The 'Hobby 'Shop-was 'filledto
With Chinese the
Ayams': car and brought Mrs. Hel-
their lives in tfhe United fStates 1'Q1'ly.last ?
rctchanre stvdentrho 'is aa 'standing -room en Gardiner and Mrs. Eunice %: :' VARIETY OF HALLOWEEN : n'
-ttitfve and are newcomers rat :MHC, Wednesday the first-planning .
of Hng Kng. Holmes all of Eustis Florida
"session r1)f-P 1l Classes In I TRICK OR TREAT > f
to call upon their friends. Rev.
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handicrafts. "Two'groups .'wereorganized and*Mrs. Daniel-Z;: Snyder'and CANDIES ON DISPLAY NOW, '
'and -started. Mrs,
Miss Helen Metzner in the
riSby'tlemonstrate "her--project MAKE YOUR SELECTION .:

f OR.AU..CINIR'OfSURAHCE { I,- coXinaking: from 4:Christmas f.s''bf'''oeeswax can kdies' 'Mrs Quandrangle.,;Snyder: r centlrj The Rev.O gd and to l 1 EARLY! ,

the"MHC from Eustis Florida

4 Wednesday morning'9:30"'in i IJJ J+ JJ
: I the Robby TShop. "Mrs. 'Coker. -Mr.and Mrs. Floyd Wheeler //U//
y t I IH i I I'M' 1 I I I
showed her method'Ofmaking Arlington. Va., and Dr. A.
J. Slater Smith i some 'unusual 'Christmas.CHURCH car& M.T5hea of Pittsburgh and the Your dreams come true with
Western Pennsylvania Conference .. Prices in this
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'-stopped on their way toTSt.
ad are effective hH( GfI ATUNT t PftCVC Tl*COw ue. HCuper
: Cloud to visit Mrs. Ono
Insurance Agency NOTICE i Goons 'Of MHC. thru Saturday.
October 26thSmEll .- _
SOCIETY ':The -Rev. and Mrs. John A. Maid's MKUABU MM aOUIT MKI MW
Cor. 'E. -Houston. &
of Penney Farms are
'Magnolia\ Ave BIGHT'ESTER.'I\,( ,
visiting with their son and his
!FLORIDA family} the .Rev. Theodore S. SHOULDERLamb -

AUTO -BONDS MARINE Services held Sunday 1 Swetnam, pastor of Lake Ham-
.at 11 a.m. ilton "Baptist Church. Mr.
Swetnam took part in the ded- Chops

r Subject: ication service, last Sunday of ,_ lOc ..'
PROBATION AFTER DEATH the new:Pastorium at his son's

Onrteber "27thA church. Dr.Rich of the First .

4 23 North Orange Avenue Green Cove Springs eon&al: irmiation:.Is-extended Baptist 'Church of Lakeland 49c lb. .
I was the main speaker at the
to attend our services.
dedicathm. 5 ,
on"HHH. ."+XH'H: : : :'" : "t.i': :i -
jI' r 'Mrs. Maria .A. Gunther and
I i MissE :Stella :Cass leave BLACKEYE-
Sliced Bacon
ILCORefrigerators Thursday October 24th to attend SULTANA
PH I: the TV C T U State Convection -
: at #radenton, ,October I PEAS 1 LB1 CAN

: 25-"28.Miss Cass is Drama
: and :Pageant Director-cj: Florida lib. Pkg. 39c PAGE ELBOW

: State W C T TJ. MA AR OL

The Bev. T. S. Cleaver -will
: be the preacher at the 11 liMA BEANS 1 1LBICAN

: o'clock service Iri the Penoey Shrimp
I Memorial Church next ..Sunday. ANN PAGE

:. : 2 LB. PKG. 10 OZ. PKG.$1.1559c. KIDNEY BEANS 1 LB. CAN

; Washers : Dryers j

I Phone JI4-C711 :
->, :. Monday thru Friday t..o ," -.- ', ',' !" IT .r..f .:

Shows each evening ,, : : .. FRESH DAILY JARGEASSORDlT JANE -. .
7 & 9 pjm. -. .. .. GOODS
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i Stereo Radio and l YELLOW .; : :' RED
; TV Sat. & San. Continuous _* 1 : -I, '. DELICIOUS
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J "i Thurs i. Friday SaL -' : Onions : Apples

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: ADVENTURE : :.Ann Pare Pancake Del Monte Early Green 1
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starring Gordon Scott
i WAFFLE SYRUP 24 OZ. 1UJT1ll .:. pas.r J1':303 DAN For 99t .

Sun, MOIL, Tnes. s .
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Oct. 27, 28, 29 :: Del Monte Yellow CJi I&. Slices& Halves. .,. Hung Spiced '

|R y N.SON J Furniture.: Company i COME starring BLOW Frank YOUR Sinatra.Wed HORN PEACHES_ NO 303 CANS 5 T" 99t APRICOTS kVboJe jJ Peeled,- -2f. CAN v >29t

:: 25 Magnolia: Ave. 'Green Cove Springs Fla.i Thur. Friday Del Mont Sliced or Whole Fruit Taste Carbonated .

Oct. 39, 31;- NOT: 1 BEETS 1 1B GLASS JAR 5 F":99: DRINKS THREEiGALBpTHESl,00

PhQne-.284, 8,83 JLQ.BPX! .98. __ +,: HOUSE OF FRIGHTs J
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LEGAL NOTICE 1 YOU ARE Grace Church Bazaar Set Oct. 30th I LEGAU. onUE_ Three* Injured In Two Accidents

NOTICE ROAD OF PROCEEDINGSTO CLOSING OF DRIVING BLIND O'DCE..Ofl'IXTE. TJQ.. .TOKK1.IVIKK Charles: J., Miller. 6L years Jacksonville :residents.

WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is FICTITIOtS hereby given NAME that old, of Green Cove suffered a Police said that Miller drove

that You the will BOARD please OF take COUNTY notice the undersigned under the provisions fractured skull and was listed out of. Highway 16 into 17 in

COMMISSIONERS OF CLAY Florida of chapter Acts of 86 1957..O', Lawsof will yesterday as.. in a serious condition violation: of the rightofwayof
o'clock A.FLORIDA M. on the will 4th at day 9:00 of I register with the Clerk of the at the NAS hospital as David A. Malley, 24, of
November A. D. 1963. at 'the i Circuit. Court in and for Clay a result?.of'a.collision last Saturday .. Jacksonville. According to State
County Courthouse in Green County Stateof Florida, upon
Oovt Springs. Clay County. Flor- t receipt of proof of publicationof at. the intersection of Trooper M. Terrell Crawford,
ida, consider and determine I of this notice the Fictitiousname highways 16 and' IT just southof Jr., Maltey admitted he had

'whether"'vacate or abandon.not the county discontinue will ,, I ofAUTO SAFETY SERVICE Green Cove.. been driving60 miles an hourat

close renounce and disclaim any i- "I Signed Joel B. Brown the time of the collision.
right of Clay County or the Public Frank F. Brown The accident in which Miller,
in and to any lands or Interests Malley suffered minor lacera
therein acquired for road a retired'Naval lieutenant,. was
b 9 tions.
purposes to t'ha'tcertain streetor LEG.-\L. NOTICE of two. collisions
t i injured was one -
road located in CLAY COUNTY -
I that hospitalized three In the second accident
FLORIDA described as fol- :: ac-
lows: When you fail to observe far TIn FOLKTII JIDICIVL. CIR-
T iir the County last Saturday cording to Sheriffs deputies,
1. A strip of land 36 feet wide enough ahead to avoid any type CUT OK l'IOIUO.XIJ persons
situated in Government Lot 9, of accident situation which I 1% Tit CIRCUIT COURT OK Mrs. Evelyn S. Green, 52, of
Section 28 and Government demands FOR CLAY COUNTY: 1% C1IANCEHA. -
Lot 2, ecton' *;. all I I- T-- n- 'I immediate! defensive driving CASE NO. 3716 The other accident according"to Jacksonville, slammed on her
ship ;5 South, Han* e 26 East tactics. A. H. CRCCE and LILLIE L.CRCCE ; brakes on Highway 21 and
Clay County Florida. I husband and wife. police; took place on Highway -
AND AUttate 1M. CO. Safety Crutade Plaintiffs skidded into a car being Driven
2. That portion of land, which vs. :21 in:the Middlebrook"area., by Prentice Lamar Veal Jr.,
was formerly the Doctors In- J. T. FIELDS and ANNA B.CRENSHAW Both drivers, who were taken ,(
let-Middleburtf .road and northof I 27, also of Jacksonville.
State Road 220 as now located LEGAL NOTICE Defendants. to St.. \dncents; ]Hospital'; were]i
wh're the same passes --
through lands formerly owned I IMIOGEKIJIMJS: '
some of his heirs, and being- FOR TIIK CLOSING: OF \ HO.VI) TO
in Section 34, Township 4 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNYou : J, T. FIELDS-
p T>arrP.J: : in CLAY: I will please take notice Residence unknown
COUNTY FLORIDA that the Board of Count Commissioners AXXA B CREXSHAWResidenct -

PERSONS at the time Interested and place may above appear its own motion of Clay, will County at 9:30 A.upon Mon Shown above with some of the items which wilT be available at the Grace Episcopal YOU ARE HEREBY unknown NOTI- Tire Service
specified and 't>e 'heard. the 4th day of November, Church Bazaar and Fall Fair are standing 1 to r: Mrs. Phillip James Mrs. James A. Crawford FIED that a Complaint to foreclose Cotney
DATED: Oetober 23rd 1963. 1963 at the County Courthousein aertaln AGREEMENTFOR _
THE BOARD OF COUNTY Green Cove Springs Florida, Mrs. Eric McIntyre Mrs. Wm. Courtney (seated' left) and Mrs. Donald Clawson. DEED on. the following
COMMISSIONERS OF CLAY consider and determine whetheror described real property locatedin Con. ram & King Jacksonville
COUNTY FLORIDA not the County will vacate, Clay County, Florida, to-wit
By George I. Carlisle. abandon discontinue renounce Lot three (3) and four (4)
Clerk and disclaim any right of the of Block Fifteen (I 5) of Idle- Phone: EV S-S02T er EV .- t91
Pub. 10-24. 1963LEGAL County and the public in and to Having Second Thoughts Right of Way HoldOutsContinued wild Park Subdivision, Cityof
a part of a County Road known Green Cove Springs. Flori-
as the portion of said County da (sometimes known as S
NOTICE: Road to be closed being more Idlewood Park Subdivision
particularly described as follows ( from Page 1) ty clears. the way for an many interested persons along Clay County, Florida). TIRE
: has been filed against you and
Notice is hereby given that the Begin on West side of State At an earlier meeting with early start on the paving which the roads to be paved; actionsby you are required to serve a copy
Clay hold County a Zoning Public Hearing Commissionwill Road S-219 (Formerly Bella- members of the Board of Coun- will be financed through the- Mr. Tillinghast, Mr. Bell, of your answer or pleading to RECAPPD."GRETREADIXG
on my Road) and the South the said Complaint upon Plain-
Thursday November 7, 1963 at line of ',"\\'% Section 8, ty Commissioners last week $2 million bond issue. j|11\Ir. Goodrich Mr. Powell. and tiff's attorney. T. J. JENNINGS
8:00 o'clock p.m.. In the County 'Township 9 South Range 23 Lee Weiner, State Road Board Mr. CareT who last week others who have donated JR and JAMES: T. NORTON P.
Commission prop-
Ohambers of the East from this point run O BOX: 372. Green Cove Springs
Clay County Courthouse, Green West approximately *&. mile; representative told the Com- stood his ground in sayinng'he erty for the needed rights; of I Florida and file trne original answer REPAIRING
Cove Springs. Florida, for the thence run North % mile to and his should be reimbursed ; pleading office of
missioners and son I feel I follow
purpose of hearing objections South line of SE% of Section property owners ;t|: way, can only the creek oT the Clicuit Court of
If any to issuing a permit to 6, Township 9 South Range concerned with pushing the for the loss of propertyand their example and do likewise. Clay County. Florida on or be- i Fkom the smallest to the LARGEST
comply with Section I, and Sec- 23 Eat, thence run West the fact their home would fore the 25th day of November ; I
tion 2, paving that he had paid 15 or i "Therefore the required'right
Paragraph 2 13 ,
of Article 1/8 mile thence Tun North I A. D- 1962. or a. decree pro con-
XVI, of the Clay County Zoning % mile to a traded road and 16" calls on Mr. Tillinghastand be placed too near the new of way along the property fesvo will be entered against : Distributor Miller Tires Autolite Batteriesand
Regulations, namely to use the South line of N1VY of Sec- t I you. This notice hall be pub-
Following described property for tion 6, Township 9 South that he was either not at highway said he did not want j I I owned by my son and' me- will lished once each week for four
an Automobile Dismantling Bus- Range 23 East; lying wholly home after making an appoint- his neighbors. feel that Del,, be deeded to the Countyfree.. consecutive weeks in the Clay
iness: within Sections 6. 7 and 8, I County Crescent of Green Cove
The West % of lots 21 &. 22, Township 9 South, Range 23 ment or, when he was, he referred was attempting- profit by i(' Furthermore, we well ask: no Springs Florida. : inORANGE
Block 10. Ridegwood Division East Mr. Weiner to his attorney their need for a new road. His recompense ,for movingthe seal of said Court at Green Cove
Section 20, Orange Persons interested may appear WITNESS my hand and tHe PARK '
Park Clay County. Florida. and be heard at the time. and but would never divulgethe complete statement follows: buildings, septic tank etc seal of said Court at Green Cove
All parties in interest and citIzens place above specified. name of his attorney.The "Following- road committee "May I express to- alt who Springs., Florida this 22nd day:ef
shall have an opportunity Hated this 14th day of October October A. D. 1963. Sinclair Station Road Service
to be heard at said time and 1983. agreement this week of meeting last Monday night attended these meetings my appreciation GEORGE I* CARLISLE
place.CLAY BOARD OF COUNTY all three property owners togo I have given a lot of thoughtto for the restraint' Clerk of the Circuit' Court
COUNTY ZONING COMMISSIONERS OF of Clay County Florid! 195; 11. S. Highway: IT Phone 264-6431
COMMISSIONBy CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDABy along with the project the problems discussed."In shown by all and their efforts i ii By: Estellee Ridley 0
:o James E. Crowl Luther WilsonIts two of them on the basis of view of the example of i to understand the problems of Deputy CltnH
Chairman '......
Chairman Pub. 10-24. 31. 11-7. 14. 19tJ::
Pub. 10-2C.U. 196S Pub. In-%!. 19S3 an 'outright gift >Jto the Coup. good citizenship shown ,by; .so I everypf, .....else,!. 4. a.. 1 ,.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. 19U ,_ ..... ._ -

Fire Prevention Fish OFFERS BEGINNING DRS. INLET CIVIC Eagle Scout -- -
J500 Attend Fifth Fry SEWING CLASSESBeginning (Continued from Page 1) CENTER PLANS .

The organization's battle
Sewing Classes DANCE & DINNERThe Thomas Bird son of
will be "less government, more
will be offered by the Agricul- freedom." A motion was made Doctors Inlet Civic Cen- Mr. and Mrs. John Bird

tural Extension Service for by Keith Wheeler and passed of Keystone, win receive
those wishing to-learn to sew that the organizationshould ter will hold a Halloween danceon his Eagle Scout award at

Classes will begin on Tuesday. apply for official recognition Saturday evening October ceremonies In the Keystone -

a r October 29th at 7:00: pan. and as the Goldwate Draft Committee 26th. Buddy Walker and his Community Church

.s Q : Wednesday October 30th at for Clay County. Square Dance band will play. Church educational building -

10:00 ajn. The classes will be Meetings will be held at 2:30 The dance is planned as a at 7:30 o'clock next

held for two hours each and I o'clock every third Sunday at costume affair and prizes will Tuesday evening. The

I will run for five (5) consecu- the residence of Mr. Hill. In- be given for the best costumes.On ceremonies will be open to
tive weeks. Classes will be held terested persons are encouragedto the public.
Sunday, October 27th the
in the Auditorium of the Clay attend. Qualifications for I k- Young Bird, who joined
of and Civic Center will hold a boiled "
County Courthouse Annex on membership young men ,' the Boy Scouts in Okinawa -
between the ages of 17 shrimp dinner beginning at 5:00
Idlewild Green Cove
Avenue. at the age of 11, has
Springs Florida. I and 21 include: a desire to o'clock. Admission will be $1.00. 1 -c: been active in the Keystone -
I government, and
Improve our
; For further information on to be a leader in tomorrow's This is a fund raising dinner Scouts since 1939.

classes call the Clay County'I affairs. for the maintenance of the I having served as patrol

----- Extension Service Office 284-i Civic Center. Plan to come leader assistant senior

r A : -, [: 5781. I with your friends and family. patrol leader and senior

patrol leader.
He is vice president of
the junior class at Keystone -

Upon :Motion by Commissioner :Murrhee seconded by Commis- SLOW DOWN AT High School, a
L sioner Green and carried the piloting Kesolution was adopted member of the school
by the. Board' of County RESOLUTION Commissioners of Clay County: band and he plays guard

WHEREAS it has become apparent that certain Items of expenditures on the football team. He
in the Budget of Clay County for the year ending September SCHOOL CROSSINGS
3V, 1963 will be inadequate and that other items of expen- attends the Community
diture will be in excess: of the lequired expenditures.NOW : Church and is active in its
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that item transfers
and transfers from Reserve for Contingencies in the Budget above Youth group.
referred to are necessary ta properly meet the requirements for
Clay County for the Fiscal year ending September 30. 1963 as --- ---
The fifth annual County From Acct. 951. Maintenance of Courthouse .. .$8.735.00
To Acct. 241 Maintenance of Courthouse.... $ 235.00 rig
Fire Prevention Fish Fry last '
261 Elections and Registrations %%i.OO ttli h ere The Best Is Better' We Collect
Saturday drew a total of 26$ Miscellaneous Expenses ...... 485.00
Satsuma 270 Administrative Supplies ...... 1958.00 I
to the
1480 persons 562 Insanity Inquiries .. ...... 10.00 *;" 1 Electric
headquaraters of the Florida 811 Furniture and Equipment .... 2,460.00 OXL y
811-1 Middleburg Voting House.... 746.008I1.2 I
Forest Service according and
( Meadowbrook Voting House .. 2.616.09 rd a
Gordon Sandridge who -

headed the arrangements ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND $8,725.00 8735.00 BEST TelephoneBills

committee. The tab for the From Acct. 951 Reserve for Contingencies ....$4,772.50 I YOUR
To Acct. 411 Supervisor of Roads ... ....... $ 2.50
fish hush puppies slaw 415 Free Labor ... .....;....... 3148.00 NEEDSTV
pickles etc. was picked up by 422 Maintenance of Equipment...' 1,496.00Workmen's
442 Compensation
land and timber owners in Insurance ... .... ... ."..,. 12600
the County and farm equip-
ment manufacturers. Shown FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND ,
From Acct. !951 Reserve for Contingencies .....$ 98.00
above a group of Middle- To Acct. 321 Fees & Cost Clerk It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE

i : r burgers enjoy what is gener- Circuit Court ... .... ....... $ 98.00

ally conceded to be the best $ 98.00 -$ 98.00
.' annual free feed in the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Clerk to this Board _
be and he is hereby authorized and directed to.give effect to these
he County. Standing L to r.: transfers on the books of account of Clay County Florida as of 1922 Highway 17 Phone 264-6831 Orange Park

Mr. Sandridge and CharlesA. September 30, 1963. 1.' .
10-24-1963 -- '-!r"'
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Mrs. Newnham l1rs.V.. S. ., .
.- Lee Mrs. F.V.. Budington :
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A Mrs. Louise Smith and Mrs.W. Now

S. Oliver. At the left ..

"h.+ .,. Sheriff John P. Hall receives

from Nelson Blocker. State new name new size new style new spirit

:$! 9 standing Forester service a citation to the for "out-com ,

munity in the field of forestry -

Crrarrat Photon By Gene Koca conservation." new car !

IIJ} Jr. High Honor Roll LEGAL NOTICEThe l ..4

Fourteen seventh and eighth) ale: Ann Arrants. Ann Crock- Board of County Commissioners -

grade students at the Green ett Debbie Hamel. Chris Mil- will receive of Clay bids County in the office Florida of /'i. n
Sarah Patsy Pat- the Clerk of the Circuit Court :
School made berger. Perez n
Junior High
Cove until nine oVlock A. M, :Monday
the honor roll for the first six- aterson and Debbie Sloan. November 4, 1963 for ,furnishingall -
Propane Gas for the Courthouse *
week period according to A. D. From the eighth grade hon- beginning December 1.
1963. and continuing for a periodof
Duck principal. or rollers are: Sharon Barrie one year.Supplier .

Eleven of them were girls. Donald Brown. James Brum- lon storage must tank furnish and two 590 gal-gas -

None of the three boys is a mitt. Michael Elliott Anna meters.
Right is reserved to reject any
football player. I I Hunt. Sara Page Long and and all bids.
From the seventh grade they : ERS
George I* Carlisle eierk < : ,
Pub. 10-24. 31. 1963LEGAL t

"Accentuate the Positive" NOTICEADVERTISEMENT \, j S s-0?

cf' FOR BIDS ,
cf NOTICE is hereby given that
sealed bids will be received by t

Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land Springs Florida at the Clay
County Court House. Green Cove
With the old swimming hole nearby Springs. Florida up until 2:00P.
M. on the 19th November. 1963
terms. for the construction of the following -
Tracts from $575. up. Easy : .iI
Health Center for Clay County. :
See Us for your Real Estate Needs Green Cove Springs. Florida.At .
the above time the bids :
will be opened and read aloud :
S. E. McKAY Any bids received after the spec- C
ified time and date '*111 not be : A.: a

considered.One ..v.wFi:...., .t''. .: '..,. ., 'A(r'..+:,: J
Height Phone 473.4816 copy of the plans and : r 4 'a '
Keystone : w
specifications may be obtainedat hA $:.
the Office of the Architect
I \\'. R. Gomon &: Associates P.O.
Box 1671. Building No. 1 Municipal -
Airport. Daytona Beach.
Florida for deposit of $45.00 (refundable -
I ). General Contractors
only may obtain plans and specifications -
Tvte THEORY OF GARDEKlr on deposit basis. Said
+ deposit will b. refunded if plans
ING% ISN'T SO-RX1&H..ITS are returned to the Architect.
within 10 days after bid date in

/ GETTING DOWN TO ,..: :.. : good be refunded condition.unless Deposit a bona will fide not
EARTW THAT'S bid is received or notification of
\ intention not to bid" is received
HURTSI before the bid date. Additional
sets required by General Con-
tractors must be purchased for
S30.00 per set. not refundable.
Subcontract suppliers and
vendors must obtain plans and
specifications' required on pur- r,
chase basis. Deposit or checks
should be made payable to the
Each bid stall' be accompanied
by a cashier's check or bid bondIn
the amount of 5% of the bid.
payable to the Owner as evi-
dence of good faith and guaranteeing -
that the successful bidder
will execute and furnish to the
i I 4-\ Owner", a bond Issuedby a. Surety
Company licensed to do business Nao CAarUi Mahon Sport Coupe (forrgrou4)) ri1 Maltbe Super Sport COnmbblr
Ib Florida for l"ox. of the contract -
I price within It days after ..

Irving No bidder awarded may the withdraw contract. his Only this could come between Chevrolet sad Cbevy IT. ame Cfifi&eerlas, ;blent -came up with die Jet-emooth Chevrolet's ride.

days bid for after a period the bid of date.thirty (30) The Chavella is a highly policed car OB a trim US-zieb xbeeT>lae, And that irrepressible Chevrolet spirit in.a choice of four engines V8CT

The Owner reserves the right With ita weight down in the 3,000-pound()()() range JLQ of wbkh it isefoding optSoojJ-t-eztra-cost Ttraio&s an the way up to 220 hp.

,to to reject waive any any and Informalities.all bids and m sweet-b '\Jm"r, easy-to-exaneover aotonohOe. Small wonder this one tamed out the way it did.

Q W.R-A.A. COJOllSSrol'\"ERS.BOARD OF' COUNTY' But ft>rootay and relaxing inside,with the land of rid,.'d expect Did W9. say cue? Actually there are 11 models-wagons, sedan,

Clay County. in a bl&crew. And It's styled with a lively grac and re&1tmet8 >sport coupes, oonv 'tlbles-In three se.note &
Green Cove Sprln .. Fla. aide windows that hare been around for quite 1 long time don't
Lather Wilson. ChairmanPub. ( the curved and pillars, for example) that maD its ETa BOBie can a
li-24. 31. 11-7. 19(3 modest price aH.the more remarkable. give you choice Eke that.
I Getting down to earth Is the key to most access. A neat trick? We agree..But sot ao difficult re&I7.hea Sousd Eke r"mMg yon ought to check into further?

Start a savings account now for the things yonll want you have the skills of seasoned Body by Fisher craftsaeo Coasider this your Invitation for a real hood-raising, door
MurrheeInsurance to draw upon. m e --\L seat-txnmcicf, wheel-turning time of it at your

later-hobbies, vacations and security. B.emember..nn Agency And the advantage of FaQ Coil ssspessfoa developed by the Chevrolet dealer's.

usually ret what they want. ., a.

See fin wtirtfr fifteen... of on at ytif ClWrrtfrt ......-CIOHUT, CKYEUE, CKYT Hf COSYAI5 CgSYETTE.

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;' Orange Park. Middlebur and Jacksonville

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LAYMEN'S BE OBSERVEDAT SUNDAYTO i I Green Cove Socials I Talbott Speaks Before Founders Circle IThe I

METHODIST CHURCH Founders Circle of the Guests present were: Mrs.

Green Cove Garden Caroline Cowart, Mrs. LucilleD.
Laymen's Sunday will be observed Mrs. Dorothy Milberger at- Miss Kathy Anderson who and uncle Mr. and Mrs. A. I. yr v fTT
; at the First Methodist tended a Board meeting of the attends St. Josephs Academy I f Garragues.: ''"'ryt ANx Club held its October meetingat Stewart Mrs. Edna Todd,

Church this Sunday. Edd W. I Business and Professional Wo- in St. Augustine spent the I II : k a the home of Mrs. Harry and Mrs. June Machen:

Gentry, Jacksonville District i men's Clubs in Napales over week-end with her parents Mr. j I I ilrs. Betty Rowlls, worthy Blackmon last Thursday aft- Mrs. Blackmon. hostess,
the weekend.Mrs. and Mrs. Berwick Anderson.Mrs. grand marshal, Mrs. Mae Hen- I
Lay Leader of the Methodist ernoon, with approximately 20 served. refreshments precedingthe
dricks, Mrs. Viola Knight, Mrs.
Church will be the speaker at Marie Beteler of Mt. t members present. program and meeting.
Annabelle Loftin, Mrs.
H G. Stone, of Jack- Mary
the 11:00 A. M. service. The Rainier, Md., is the guest of
sonville, is the guest of Mrs.A. Ellen Seiick attended the Mrs.V.. T. Powell, president.
laymen of the First Methodist her daughter and
.. B. Reid this week. meeting of the Waldo Chap- welcomed members and guests.
Church will have part in the and Mrs. Karl B. Tucker.
ter of the Order of Eastern NO CARNIVAL
service under the direction of She then called upon Mrs.
Burton Scott, president of the Mrs. Daisy Fisher has returned Burton Scott, Al Suttle, R. E. i Star last Friday evening for Ver-a Argo. program chairman, THIS WEEK
to Green Cove from her Scott and J.C.Sapp represented !the visitation of the Worthy
Methodist Men's Club.
who introduced the speaker, The Hallowe'en Carnivalto
summer home in Boone, N. C.i the First Methodist Churchat Grand Matron, Mrs. Irene
David Talbott who gave a talk be sponsored by the com-
the annual Laymen's Retreat Johns of Green Cove Springs.
bined PTA's of Green Cove
I at the Methodist Youth on "Varieties of Day Lilies and
Mrs. Wm. Powell Mrs. M. C. Springs has been postponedfrom
Camp at Leesburg last week- x. Long Grasses.
Carlley, Mrs. J. R. Jollisaint 4 a this evening until November -
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end. More :
than 500 Methodist
Helm I Mrs. Helen Shaw, Mrs. Verno A Following the program a 2. Further Infor-
y laymen from Florida were
Argo and Miss Bonnie Dean business meeting was held and mation on the program will
present for the retreat where
Baker attended the annual Mrs. Charles J. Miller was welcomed be published in next week'sIssue
Bishop James W. Henley chal- meeting of District 4 of the Clayton Revels Gets of The Crescent.
Funeral Home member.
I lenged the men" to "speak up Florida Federation of Garden as a
for their faith.
Clubs at the Garden Center in

CHARLES HELM Gary Boivin, sophomore at Jacksonville on Monday, October Chrysler-Plymouth Franchise I mma.d..assor..
Florida State University vis- 14th. "

Funeral Director ited his parents Mr. and Mrs.E. Clayton Revels, who has just t In an Interview. with Mr. I
I ; L. Boivin, over the week- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Loftin been awarded a Chrysler- Revels he said "One of the I'VE GOT A REGULAR PRICE -

end. He had with him Robert and their daughter Anne, Plymouth dealer franchise, has:j' facts which greatly interestedus iii GASOLINE THAT MATCHES II

Phone 2S4--9696!> Williams of Orlando. spent Sunday in Waldo as the a motto "Honest Dealing Cre- in the Chrysler-Plymouth PERFORMANCE OF II

guests of :Mrs. Loftin's mother, eates Friendly Feeling" that franchise was the long 5yearor
Mrs. Eva H. Raulerson, who he lives by and that has proved 50,000-mile warranty that
i III 'Y. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 445 burg arrived on Monday fora celebrated her 94th birthday itself 'in his business. Chrysler offers with each new IN 3 OUT OF 5 CARS! I

few days visit with her aunt with a small fam.1lygathering. car." He feels cars have to beas .
Since 1957 Mr.\. Revels h i well built ,
and offer performance -- -- -- -
owned and operated Revels to withstand this kind of .
f The First Presbyterian ChurchI Motors on Orange Avenue in I warranty.Mr. ..
J. H. BlockerFuel Green Cove, where he has solda
I ; :$> Magnolia Ave. at Gum guaranteed line of all makes Revels is married to the
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Green Cove
Green Cover. They have
Service t Mr. Revels will ,now carry a
: ) one daughter, Rhonda Faye,
llornin'Vorsbfp 11 o'clock complete line 0 f Chrysler- who is a student at Green Cove
Plymouth products Chrysler Junior "
High School.Mr. .
24 Hour Service Church School 9:45 o'clock Plymouth and the compact

Valiant. \. Revels says that he feels

1 VISITORS WELCOME I very humble and is most appreciative
284-9250 This is another first in Clay
Phone GCS of the valued patronage -
County as it is believed that, of the people and the PLAID ., .
this is the first franchise that, .
Cooperation of'1s business associates .1..
has b en, awarded.In the Coun- SI1AMPS
in Clay
County and .
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ty for Chrysler automobiles.NES
surrounding areas, for without
them his success story would

t fy not have been. SINCLAIRDino

R SACRED HEART CHURCHThe Revels Motors which will:

IL now be know as Clayton Revels
Ladies Guild of Sacred

Heart church elected new offi- Chrysler-Plymouth, will con- GasolineAt
tinue their used sales and
for the;
cers ; coming year at
t s their last regular meeting. their remodeled service depart-
ment will be able to offer a
Reverend Joseph Corde pastorof complete service for every Sinclair AVE CARE .
the church, installed the
following ladies Mrs. Don automobile. ABOUT YOU .

Fisher, president; Mrs. William ABOUT YOUR CAR!

Pub!, vice-president; Mrs. John

- -Tr I 1111i Halligan treasurer; Mrs. Clarence J. Q. Tire Service _

w 'Bush, secretary. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTDr. .

I T! i The .Guild is making plans and Mrs. R. M. Paterson JESS QUIGLEY
for an apron sale to be held
announce the birth of a son,
during the month of December.
Adam Eaton, weighing 10 V4 Manager
Because of rain, the last
lbs., on October 21st at St.
Orange Ave. at Center Street Green Cove Springs
Rummage Sale had to be can-
celled, but Mrs. Fisher asked VAicents Hospital. Phone 2849171WESTINGHOUSE

the members to try again Sat- .

urday, October 26.

.-' w All new members of the par-
ra ish arae cordially invited to

:, '., attend the Guild meetings

.<' which are held the first Mon-
day of each month in the Par-
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1 \ THE WOMEN OF RefrigeratorsF

have Just turned from avisit
to .the} General; Electric

Factory In Louisville, Ky..

Li t 0 and. ladies.* IL saw demonstrated Washers Dryers

i R4R s the greatest thing tohei
to. the cook stovesince

_01 lecUicity.v'-JVs fantastic .. .'. .. ... .
tNIS General Electric has (I .....C" H "
lectrie :range with an ; : : .
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oven that CLEANS ITSELF I Stereo TV ; r Radio

You .don't believe' Ut? I I ... .
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at the factory/ No more I f i. -

dirty ovens r* nbTriore the

t = drudgerY. of. :c1 aI:Ing. No

.- :. :- :i pour more friVndsjseg-Jirour embarrassment" :,: when dirty : Dishwashers Air Conditioners

range oyefc;; --
"I have tne '.new' ; 1964 P-7 also
Guaranteed :Radiator ,Protection M *
t.-.... .that elead5'ftS lZ on my display ,

is the surest protection against freeze-ups. Your Standard dealer checks, drains, flbofVoWI- to come In I :
,, You're .Invited
Furniture Outlet
flushes jronr cooling system,;replaces worn"part : Only Wen does he'addAUas 1 i ; and'rletjnV-shoV. You just :
Penna arc and attach;Standard' CHI's'-guarantee: against anE-freeze SS.tti1 how-.This works = .youllagree ;" '
/ : " it's fantastic : .
next*ApriL Guaranteed Radiator Protection is another of. .the.ways- :... : : .;

STANDARD OllCOY ANYENTVCIM "t? *take bettercareof'\tWO ." your;car I DON" FULLERTONFULLET0N'S; Idle ld-tAVe: Green Cove Springs, Fla.

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P. F:: Geiger Agent < Green Cove Springs .. A...

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that R. E. the holder of IN CHANCERY. O
Sapp. BANK IN THE CITY OF INC. a Delaware corporation. Dora Edwlnette Richardson
the following certificates has NEW YORK a corporation. Plaintiff.vs. MALDEN SAVINGS BANK Plaintiffvs.
filed eaid certificates for a tax Plaintiff. a corporation.
deed to be issued thereon. The Va- ADA TAYLOR O'BARR; Plaintiff. .

certificate numbers and Tears of LAMAR FRANCIS CHESSER MARGARET TAYLOR WALLACE VS. Harold Kenneth Richardson. Sr. _
Issuance the description of the and SHIRLEY K. CHESSER ; ED HOWARD CHARLES RAYMOND BOWERSand DefendantNOTICE
property and the names In his wife and JAMES H. RICH TAYLOR; FRANKLIN O'NEAL EDITH D. BOWERS. OF SUIT
which it was assessed are as and KAREN ANN RICH TAYLOR; TRUMAN BRADLEY his wife. THE STATE OF FLORIDATO -
'\ follows: his wife. TAYLOR; and all of Defendants. :
Certificate No. 45. Defendants. the unknown heirs and Harold Kenneth Richardson Sr.
NOTICE OF SUIT devisees of Pearl Franklin. Notice is .hereby given that Richardson Nursing Home
Description of Property: THE STATE OF FLORIDA Deceased Main Street
pursuant to the Final Decree of
Part of SW% of NWVi as
TO Defendants.
Foreclosure and Sale entered YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
CAREY'S TRADING POST rec. page JAMES H. RICH. NOTICE OF SUIT the cause pending in the Circuit that a suit has been filed
INLET MARINA 42. Section 5 Township 9
Range 23. Residence unknown; however Court in and for Clay County. West Bo r ford. Maasacbusettsagaln.t _
his : Ada Taylor O'Ba.rr. Route
mailing addrtss
Is believed
Florida docket In the above entitled
case number you
WE BUY SELL TRADE Name in which assessed:
to be: 4. Burris Road. Knoxville
3669. the undersigned Clerk will cause and you are hereby required -
MERCURY.& JOHNSONENGINES Alan C. Moor. Cpl. James H. Rich 1553464 14. Tennessee; Margaret sell
property situate In said to serve upon plaintiffs
REFRIGERATION Three locations: All of said property being in 1538
HMS-UMAG-12 Taylor Wallace Bay
'county described! as attorney whose name and address _
15 E.Palmer St.Ph. 284-3280 the County of Clay. State of (:/0 F. P. O. Avenue. S. W. Birming hereon writ-
appear your
Florida. Alabama Lot 39. Block 4. MEADOW-
San Francisco. California ham. ; Ed Howard
CROSBY BOATS -. Warehouse .& antiques-old Unless such certificate or certificates YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Taylor. 1526 N. 17th Street. BROOK. Unit 3. according of ten complaint defenses If In any.said to suit the bUl
shall be redeemed ac that Alabama to plat thereof recorded In
a suit has been filed againstyou Birmingham. ;
EE-ZY TRAILERS Gym; Bid*., S. Orange Ave. cording to law the property in the above cause and you Franklin O'Neal Taylor. Plat Book 6. page 36. of the herewith of which, 0-: or delivered before November25th. to you
described in such certificate or 1526 N. 17th Birmingham. current public records of
are required to file your answer Street -
CONDITIONING SALES .& SERVICE "BIG TOP" tent-Blandln* certificates will be old to the with the Clerk of this Court and .Alabama; Tru- Clay County. Florida. A. D. 1963. -
OUTBOARD REPAIR highest bidder at the court to serve a copy thereof upon the man Bradley Taylor. 1526 Together with all structuresand fail not or decree proconfesso
REFRIGERATIONAND Blvd. at Rldjewood' house door on the first Monday plaintiff or its attorneys Botts. N 17th St.. Birmingham. Improvements now and will be entered againstyou

HEATING SERVICE Hwy.: 17 Orange Park in :Month of November. 19(3 Mahoney, Hadlow, Chambers & Alabama., and all of the 'hereafter on said land; and bill for the relief prayed in the
Furniture and appliances at which is the 4th day of Novem Adams Barnett National Bank unknown heirs and devisees all fixtures now or hereafter THE of ml:1.OF;:
Phone CO 4-9835 ber. 1963. Building. Jacksonville 2. Florida. of Pearl Franklin. attached to or used In connection -
9 S. Palmetto Street BEING
bargain prices 8tfc Dated this 23rd day of Sep- not later than November 12. 19&3. Deceased. with the premises band and the8eal
tember. 19(3. If you fail so to do. a Decree You are hereby notified that herein described and In addition my
of said Court at Green Cove
Rome Phone 284-9780 George L. Carlisle: thereto the
Pro Confesso will be entered suit has been filed against you following
Clerkof Circuit Court Of .described household Springs FlorIda. this 18th day of
against you for the relief demanded in the above entitled cause and appliances
BEVERAGES October. A. D.
Business Phone 284-9581 Clay County. Florida. in the Complaint. This that you are hereby required which are and shall be 1963.
HAIRCUTS Pub. Oct. 10, 17. 24. 31. 19(3 deemed to GEORGE L.
salt is to foreclose a mortgage. to file your answer with the be. fixtures and CARLISLE
The. real proptrty proceeded Clerk of this Court and to servea a part of the realty: Clerk Circuit Court
LEGAL NOTICE against is: copy thereof upon Plaintiff or Hot Point Range and Oven By Vivian H. Sohm.,
VACUUM CLEANERS: PAUL'SAll Lot 1. Block 1$. MEADOW- I Plaintiff's Attorneys whose Model RB-15 Deputy ClerkT.

We give i ITS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BROOK. Unit 3. according i name and address is: 10- Fan in Kitchen Emerson J. Jennings Jr. &
THE FOURTHJUDICIAL: C1R- plat thereof recorded In Plat GOLDMAN. PRESSED. & J. T Norton
"FirstHaircut"Certificates CLIT. IN AND FOR CLAY Book C page 36. of the cur- LEWIS Wagnor Water Heater Model Attorney for Plaintiff
ORANGE PARK Legal Beverages COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN rent public records of Clay 549 Florida National Bank Bldg SR 52-GE5 Address: P. O. Box 372.
CHANCERY.NO. County. Florida. Jacksonville 2, Florida Stewart Warner recessed Green Cove Springs, Florida

Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. '3708 Together with all structures not later than the 12th day of Wall Heater Model Gn-15-R Pub. 1024. 31. 113. 10. 1963
Vacuum Sweeper MID-STATE HOMES INO. a and improvements now and I November. 1963. 55 Gallon Oil Drum
Florida corporation. hereafter on said land and If you fall to do *o Decree Pro Thermador Wall Heater H LEGAL NOTICE
SeI iceREPAIRPARTSSUPPLIES Duval County Line AliHAIRCUTS-$1.00 Plaintiff. fixtures Attached thereto: Confesso will be entered againstyOU Bath Model RB 121-1. OOOW

WILLIE F. BROOKS, and also all gas. steam electric for the relief demanded in at public sale. to the highest and STATEMENT OF
North of Orange Park SALLY MAE BROOKS. His wife water. and other 'heating, the Complaint.The best bidder for cash betweenthe OWNERSHIP
FOR ALL MAKES Orange Park Barber Shop Defendants.S'C cooking refriegrating lightIng nature of said suit being hours of eleven oVlock In >IANAOKMK CIRCULATION.Act AND.
OF plumbing ventilating. for foreclosure of mortgage encumbering
SUIT the forenoon and two o'clock In
Rebuilt Cleaners $10 up Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. THE : OF FLORIDATO irrigating, and power systems the following described the afternoon on. the 1st day of ( Of October 23.UnIted 1962. Section
4369. Title 39. StatesCotie
1708 ,I : Willie F. Brooks and machines. appliances, real property situatein November. 1963. at the front .
Hiway 17 UPHOLSTERING same location for over 15 yean fixtures and appurtenances Clay County. Florida. to-wit: )
Sally Mae Brooks his wife door of the Clay County Court-
which now are or may hereafter Part of Lots 1 and 2. Section 1. Date of Filing: 27 Sept 63.
Residence unknown house in Green Cove Springs.
PH: 264-9771 KINGSLEY .& HIWAY 17 You are hereby notified thata pertain _to. or be used 34. Township 6 South. Range Florida. 2. Title of Publication 'lay
suit has been filed against with. in. or on said premises 26 East as recorded in Deed County Crescent.
even though they be detached Book 64. Page 398. except DONE AND DATED at Green 3. Frequency of Issue: Week
in the above entitled cause; and
BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP Cove Sprines. Florida this 17th ly. .
Ph. or detachable. that part in State Road No.
2649771UPHOLSTERING that you are hereby required to
WITNESS my hand and the 3 and except that part In day of October 1963. 4. Location of known off!<:a
MILK DELIVERY file your answer with the Clerkof (COURT SEAL) of :99 W Waln-jt
seal of this Court at Green Cove Official Record Book 35. publication:
Complete Auto .& Furniture this Court, and to serve a copy
Springs. Florida. this 3rd of Street Green Cove Springs. Fla.
thereof upon the plaintiff or day Page 507. pub'- records: of GEORGE L. CARLISLE.Clerk .
October. A. D. 1963. Florida. S. Location of the headquarters
Clay County.
Upholstering plaintiff's attorney Whose name (COURT SEAL) Witness mv hand and the seal Vivian H. Sohm or general business office
and address is
1400 'V. Idlewild Ave. W. D. MorrisDistributor George A. Stelogeannis: GEORGE L. CARLISLE. of said Court at Green Cove Deputy Clerk of the publishers (not printers)

Ph. 284-3505 830 Lynch Building Clerk Springs. Florida: this 3rd day of Pub. 10-%&. 1963LEGAL ro, Walnut St.. Green Cave:"
FREE ESTIMATESALL Jacksonville 2, Floridanot By Grace M. Carlisle. October. A. D. 1963. Springs. Florida.
Deputy Clerk 6. Names and Addresses of
Cove Cove Springs Florida later than November 18th.A. George L. Carlisle
D. 1963. Pub. Oct 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 Clerk Circuit Court Publisher Editor I and ManagingEditor I -
Free Estimates : Duncan G. tironer. IuS W
By Grace :M. Carlisle
If fail do decree
you to so,
Walnut St.. Green Cove
All MilkFor Deputy Clerk :
pro confesso will be entered LEGAL NOTICE
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY Free Pick-up and Delivery Jersey against you for the relief demand Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 NOTICE Fla.Editor: same.

Handle Any: and AU of You in nature the of Complaint.The said suit. being NOTICE OF APPLICATION LEGAL NOTICE 7. Owner (If owned .by a corporation
FOR TAX DEEDS its name and address
Upholstery Needs! for foreclosure of mortgage encumbering _. 1..18. F.S.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN must be stated and also Immediately -
Archie PadgettOn the following described NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Motion by Commissioner Mur thereunder the name.s'
HAROLD BAXLEY HOME DELIVERYCALL property situate In Clay that R. E. Sapp. the holder of Re: Estate of rhee. seconded by Commissioner and addresses of stockholders
Klnrsley Are. Just County Florida, to-wit: the Green. with no objections
Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs. following certificates has Dect' ** d. the owning or holding 1 percent or
Commence at the Northea.stcorner filed said certificates for a tax IN THE COURT OF THE Board ordered the list of Clerks more of total amount of stock,
East of
Hwy.: 17 EDWIN BAXLEYSon of Lot 7. in Block 2 deed to be issued thereon. The COUNTY JUDGE. CLAY and Inspectors designated by the If not owned by a corporation.the .
264-9949 or 284-3166 then run South along the certificate numbers and of Commissioners to hold and conduct -
years names addresses of the
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 and 4 .
Upholsterer yrs.E. East line of said Lot 7. a Issuance. the description of the IN PROBATE.To the Special Election in the8e.eral Individual owners must be given.If .

Orange Park Fla. A. HUMMEL distance of 380 feet to the property, and the names in All Creditors and Persons precincts of Clay Countyon owned by a partnership or
Southeast corner of said ,lot. which it was assessed are as Having Claims or Demands Tuesday. November 5, 1963 other unincorporated firm. its
Upholsterer- 6 yrs. LEGAL NOTICE then run West along the follows: Against Said Estate: and to be published one time In name and address, as well as
South line of said Lot, 644 Certificate No. 86. the Clay County Crescent
You and each of you are here- as the that of each Individual must be
:feet to the point of beginning Year of Issuance: 1955 May by notified and required to pre- law requires. given.)
TO ; then run West along Prerlarf No. I Name Crescent Press. Inc. 209
ELECTRICALAtlas NOTICE OF INTENTION 31st.Description sent any claims and demands : .
SIGN PAINTING the South boundary of lot 7. of Property: Mary Edna Daugherty. Clerk W.
REGISTER FICTIITO NAME which' you. or elthe rof you. may Walnut. Green Cove Springs,
Notice is hereby given that a distance of 114 feet to a Lot 52 Blk ISA. Fleming have against the estate of Stella E. D. Austin. Inspector Florida.
the undersigned under the pro- point thence run North and Island E tate.. :May i Coates. deceased. late ot Sally M. Brannan. Inspector Duncan G. Groner. 209 W Walnut
Electrical & Mechanical visions of chapter 8(5.09, Lawsof at right angles a distanceof Name in which assessed: said County, to the County Judge Nettie Fletcher. Inspector St.. Green Cove Springs. Fla
QUALITY Florida Acts ot 1957. will reg- 380 feet to the North line Fred B. Cerny. of Clay County Florida. 'at his Thelma Kirkland Inspector 8. Known Bondholders. Mortgagees. .
Company: lister with the Clerk of the Circuit of lot 7. thence run East All of said property being In office in the court house of said Election will .be held at the and other security hold.
Court in and for Clay along the North line of Lot the County of Clay State of County at Green Cove Springs. County Voting 'house Green Cove ers owning or holding 1 percent
SIGN PAINTIINGLEE County. State of Florida. upon 7 a distance of 114 feet to Florida. Florida. within six calendar Springs Florida.Prla..t or more of total amount of
"We do all types of electrical receipt of proof of publication a point thence run South to Unless of this notice the Fictitious the point and place of beginning shall be redeemed according first publication of this notice. N*. :3 (If there are none so
wiring. WARNER name ; all in Hall's subdivision to law the property Two copies of each claim or demand Jessie N. Christmas. Clerk state
ofOWL. FISH CAMP of part of Section described In such certificate or shall be In writing. and Dorotha W. Lowe Inspector Name: Bank of Orange Park,
RAY SHD7P 305 Glendeninr Road Signed Elton F. Owens 37 and 44, Township 7 South certificates will be sold to the shall state the place of residence Margaret F. Butler. Inspector Orange Park. Florida.
Rt. 1. Box A-929 of Range 27 East according highest bidder at the courthouse and poet office address of Mildred Peterson. Inspector 9. Paragraph 7 and 8 inelude. .

Owner and Manager Orange Park. Pb.J. Orange'Par k. Fla. to map or plat thereof recorded door on the first Monday the claimant- and shall be sworn Election wlir be held at the In cases where the stock
32073 in Plat Book 3 Page in Mont.h of November. 1963 to by the claimant 'his agent. er Doctors Inlet Civic Center Doctors holder or security holder appears -
Phone 284-9228 Phone 264-6316 Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 13 of the PublIeRec&rd. of which is the 4th day of November attorney and accompanied by a Inlet. Florida. upon the books of the
Clay County. Florida. 1963. filing dee of one dollar and such a company as trustee or In any
WITNESS my hand and the Dated this 21rd day of Sep claim or demand not so filed I Prerlaet N.. a other fiduciary relation. the
seal of said. Court at Green Cove tember. 1963. shall be void. Irene Frlsbt>e. Clerk name of the person or corpora-
Springs. Florida this 12th day of George. L. Carlisle. Lillian G. GregoryAs Evelyn Deese Inspector tion for whom such trust>$ is
October. A. D.. 1963. .. executor of the Last Lorene Downing, acting also the statements In
Clerk Inspector
of Circuit Court of

I I (@) L"4\ts S111 11 [!Y: 1 [!) J I.Pub. Oct.Clerk By GEORGE Vivian 17.Deputy of the L.H.Circuit CARLISLE.Clerk Court. Pub.Clay Oct. County.10, 17. 24.Florida.31. 1963 Pub. Oct.Will Stella deceased.3.and 10.May 17 Testament Coates.& 24. 1963 of Middlebtirg burg.Earl Election S.Florida.Baxley.will Civic Inspector be Center.held Middle-at the the affiant's conditions a two* to full paragraphs the under knowledge circumstances which show and ato and the

_ 24. 31. Nov. 7. 1963. LEGAL NOTICE holders and security holders

.. LEGAL NOTICE Prerfact N.. 4 who do not appear upon the
Mellie S. Wilkinson. Clerk book. of the company as trus.
CLASSIFIEDVENDING IN THE COURT OF THE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Farley Austin. Inspector tees. hold stock and securitiesIn
COUNTY JUDGE CLAY TAX DEEDS HI Id red "Carter. Inspector a capacity other than that of
COUNTY. FLORIDA _. 14.18. F.S. Lee Moore Inspector a bona fide owner. Names and

FOR SALE: House almost new, FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom WANTED Part time job IN PROBATE.In NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Election will be held at the addresses of individuals who are
re: Estate ofBERTHA that R. E. Sapp. the holder of county voting house Maxvllle. stockholders of a corporation
2H miles north of town on house newly; painted Inside and afternoons office work experience ASHCROFT the following certificates has Florida. which.. Is a stockholder or holderof
SPARE TIME INCOME Deceased. filed said certificates for a tax bonds mortgages or other
paved highway. Shaded lot. out, reasonable large yard appliances or miscellaneous. NOTICE TO CREDITORS deed to be Issued thereon. The Preelart :... :S securities of the publishing cor.

Quiet. Two bedrooms hardwood tarnished. Call Penney Ptrooe' 24-9785. 10-24-p Refilling and collecting mon- FLORIDA STATUTESTo certificate numbers and years of Mary Shipman. Clerk poration have been Included In
All Creditors and Persons Issuance the description of the Jannle Cooley. Inspector paragraph. 7 and 8 when the
floors. Adequate<< down Farms 529-8211. ,.20tfc ey high Having Claims or Demands property. and the names in Myrtle Harris. Inspector interests of such Individuals are

Phone 284-6666. quality coin operated dispensers Against Said Estate: which It was assessed are as Myra Lee Strickland. Inspector equivalent to 1 percent or more
payment.: You and each of you are here follows: Election will be held at the of the total amount of the ste<.k
9-12 tfc WANTED Citizens Interested in this area. No selling.To by notified and required to pre- Certificate No. 101. Strickland's Grocery Store. or securities of the publlsbicc-
sent claims Year of Issuance June 1. 1956. Kingsley Take. Florida.
any and dema.ndswhich corporation.
FOR RENT 2 bedroom ; personally: or financially; qualify you must have car you. or either of you. may Description of Property: 10. This Item must be completed

house near high school; bath; in.beildfng: %- system of references $600 to $1900 cash. have gainst the estate of Bertha Lot 29 Blk 10, Fleming Island Prrftmrt >.. e for all publications except
As he raft. deceased. late of Estates. C. C. Harris. ClerkW. those which do not carry advertising .
FOR SALE 24 acres; 3-bed- large yard nnfunu, $40 a government in Clay County Seven to twelve hours weekly said County to the County Judgeof Name in which assessed: I. Crosby Inspector other than the publisher'sown
Clay County Florida, at his Harold J. Mann. Carolyn Weeks. Inspector and which named In
month. TeL GCS 284-3849. under the can net excellent monthly in-
room frame house completed banner of Barry ; office In the court house of said All of said property being In Delma Smith. Inspector Sections 132.211. 13C.232. and

103tfc GoUwater. Needed: workers come. More full time. For County at Green Cove Springs. the County of Clay. State of Election will be held at the 132.293. Postal Manual (Sections
Three wells barn.
_ 9 mos. ago. Florida. within eix calendar Florida. county voting house. Belmore. 4355a. 4J5b and 484 of Title 3*.
partly; fenced. Call GCS 284- I and money. Contact_ HaroldG. personal interview write P. O. months from the time of the Unless such certificate or certificates Florida. United S ataes Code).
shall be redeemed
9730. 10-10 tfc Hm by mall at Doctors Inlet Box 415. Pittsburgh 2. Pa. first Two copies publication ef each of claim this: notice.or demand to law the property PreHmrt No. TBlanohe a

FOR RENT 2 Bedroom house ; by phone at Mlddlebnrg include phone number. shall be in writing and deecrfbed In such certificate or Cunningham. Clerk 2kcE :.
shall state the place of residence' certificates. will be sold to the Mildred Payton. Inspector j; '-; S
- furnished in Orangedale on 283-511. 10-10 tf p 10-24 c and post office address of the highest bidder at the court Mamie H. Ellis, Inspector e.s
claimant and shall be sworn to house door an the first Monday Cora Marshburn.. Inspector z
of land
three Phone
6- acres -
FOR SALE 2 bedroom in Month of November.
by the claimant his agent. or Election will be held at the
TRACTOR \ I .'. which Is the 4th day of November e .S
room house with new Fla.roomA 284-5092. 10-17 e WANTED attorney and accompanied by a City Hall. Keystone Heights. 55 3 P0
grading, and discing. Quality filing fee of one dollar ad such 1963. Florida. .-
garage. Asbestos siding. MALE OR FEMALE wanted claim or demand< not so filed Dated this 23rd day of Sep :-. iii ".::.::.
work. Contract or hourly. shall be void. tember. 1963. Pre i_< No. H =
Priced for quick sale owner t. tf. house-to-house canvass George L. Carlisle Alta H. Belyea. Clerk .0o
= ';
FOR RENT 6-rm. house; 1 Carroll M. Wright Clerk of Circuit Court of : 0
being transferred. TeL Hog- one or two hours a day. Write Phone G. tV.Bill" Smith. As executor of the Last Will Clay County.' Florida. Mildred. Byers. Inspector po,, e gi'4

gatt. GCS 284-3849. 10-3-tfc mile s. of Shands Bridge en 1. 0. Box 578-M. Green Cove. %284-3419 daytime or %284-3249 Ashcroft.and Teetament deceased.of' Bertha Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963LKOAL Edna Lois E.Qulgley..Janson. Inspector Inspector 0'(..,; ;

Rte. 13. 4 acres fruit trees. Pub. Oct. 17. 24. 31. Nov. 7, 1963 R o1 ICE Marguerite :fee inspectorElection
A. Total
10-17 No.
e after 6. 9-19. 26. 10-3. 10-c held at the Copies
month. Come and
$55 a see or I City Hall. Orange Park. Florida. Printed (Net _
write Mrs. Doris Gleichaof. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT: IN Press Run .. .. un 1SOA
FOR SALE- $30 down; $41.08

monthly buys 2-bedroom frame ,Box 46. Orangedale; Rte. GCS. Application desires Job widow can FLORIDA.IN Ellery .3. Hickey Clerk L To term subscribers _
CHANCERY NO. C-34MT br mall,
*w being taken for experienced NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Gertrude Herber Inspector
A house. Needs some interior 19-24-p 284-9783. 19-17 x TAX DEED SOUTH BROOKLYN SAVINGS Pearl Hawkins Inspector carrier delivery

finishing. Take Hwy.: 17 S. of personnel in Service Department See. IH.l" F.S. BANK. a corporation.Plaintiff. Lorraine Drlggers.. Inspector orby other
to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Election will bo held at the means ..i. 1154 11(4<<
--I GCS to Shlloh Church-sign; open soon-Clayton PIANO that R. E. Sapp. the holder of va. county voting house. West. Tocol. %. Kales through

________t follow road bearingright : FOR RE.vr-S room besse.-2 Revels Chrysler-Plymouth; LESSONS $1* per the following certificates has HUBERT F. ELLENBURO' Florida.Preelset agents news
turn L., ; and dealers orotberwlse
month. Mrs. William P. Enrin riled said certificates for a tax
U mile. After seeing blocks from river ea ffiberaia WON. Orange Ave. Phone deed to be Issued thereon. The MTNDA L. ELLENBURG.: 1'1'.. le .. .. 111 U

_ Cove Springs. $ %." month 214-66$& 10-17-e B. Mas. Can 24-971. certificate numbers and years of his wile Jesse W. 8. Heath. Clerk C. Free Distribution
house call or write H. Raymond Issuance the description of the Defendants. Rose Mae Starling Inspector (Including samples)
route 2 miles north ef Green 9-19 tic property and the names in NOTICE OF SALE Vivian Hancock InspectorEtta by maiL carrier
- 344 Gaudy: Blvd. Tarn- which it was assessed are as Notice Is hereby given that Wagner. Inspector delivery or by
839- Phone 284-328 after t:" p.m. WANTED Part time follows: pursuant to the Final Decree'..1Foreclosure Juanlta Gillies, Inspector other means .. 21 21
call collect Tampa position HELP WANTEDFEMALEIMMEDIATE
or '
Ii p$, D. Total No. of <<
I 1524tieRIDE Certificate No. It*. : and Sale entered lathe Eleetios will be held at the oplssDUtrfboted
21S1. li-17-24-p by experienced secretary isupplement PLACEMENT Tsar. of Issuance: May U. 1955. cause pending the Circuit Clay County Court House Annex Sum
Description of Property: Court IB and for Clay County Green Cove Springs Florida. of limes Bl. B2
seelal security. With fine Income. 2 women Part of Lot 1> as. Rec InDeed Florida case docket number aDd C . . liSt 189t

Formerly' head stenographic 4 hours dally servicing Avon Book It Page 2U. C-J647. the undersigned Clerk Proetnet N*. 11 I certify that the statements -
available te Jacksonville Orang.Park.: Sea. I. will .ell the property situate ra H .E. Everley. Clerk md by me above are correct
FOR SALE-Pool Table 4' x f department. for large corpora easterners near home. MIld Name la which assessed: said county described as Charles G. Johnson Inspector aad complete. -
leaving Green Cove .at <4< a. m. Clarence Johnson.All Lot SIx (I). Block Flvo (5) Ernest Atkins. Inspector: (Signature of editor publisher.usless .
complete. Call 284-C381. Phone 284-S7S5. lt-24-y I tion. Call 284-37C act at enee. CaD Mrs. Barns.. of said property being In MBADOWBROOK. Unit No. Jewell C. Mores Inspector > manager or orner)

lI-IS-c lt-24, 31. 11-3 9EA8TEBUNG 244-3J7L. l-24-e tho County of Clay' Stafce. of 2. according- plat .record Election will beheld at the Dvacan G. Groner
p Florida." ed. In >Fla Book 6. pare 12 City RalL" Penney Farma. Fla.

. . . . . Unless seh and 13. of the current public also
. L.L _ _ _ _ certificate or certificates (( kDO'W.e.4Iaty voting
. . . .-.--J.r1r.t1IuIIIIItLIIlIIIlIlIIIIIiIi1.IIIIIIIIIIplIAREA shall be redeemed according records o f Clay County, house) LEGAL NOTICE: :

to law the property Florida
FOR SALE Cash register described In soda certificate or Together with all structures Froetoet %..i 12 LEGAL NOTICE:

- fit BUSINESS DIRECTORYOKFTCB certificates will be sold to tho and Improvements now and Bernice Moon. CierkInsogee PENNEY FAZES TOW
cabinette will
fSI. ; highest bidder at the court hereafter on said mnd. and 'Boy r. Inspector COUNCIL _

5 x S trailer bed $35.N. Call . house door on the first onday fixtures attached thereto also Archie Padgett. Jr. Inspector NOTICE or _
. .
. .. .. .- -'-- --- all electric
- - - - - - - "-- . . .. In Mentis of November. 196*. caa. steam Margaret A. Crooch. Inspector MUNICIPAL ELECTION' _
284-9248. 1'-%. p i. which is tho 4th day of Novem water and other beating, Election will bo hell at Leslers Tli* election of two (2) Ceua- ___
ber. 1963. cooking refrigeratinglight- Amoco Station. t6.o' - FURNITURE nRI1G1STS OKFTCB' EQUXFXEX1AMZSJGAX Dated this lIed day of Sep Ing plumbing ventilating.' Blvd: Orange Park.'Florida. of Pcmncy Farms will ho k.l4
tember. 1963.. Irrtxatlnr. and power systems Tuesday. December 1rC. 1>63. at

FOB SALE Meadowbreok AIR BASE FTJBNTTTJRX. ceo George I. Carlisle. machine.. appliances, Pub. 11-24. 196JXOTICK the T wn Hall. PDDr Farms. _
PRAJU4ACT l Clerk of Circuit Court\ of fixture., and a purt.a.oeee< 4'ss fa wS.' as. Ss--:: _
three bedroom home on corner fl.. Fre -Cicsci -ws.* a-w ac-wasees" --. : '.-- -'A "\ ,. .
1C "Yt.-n," u- 'csn. ta.. o 'ha assd.'with 1 nga1j C. Y's.1.s1
rk rs 'Am> "\; ) ? 7 v1r7 .\u o ua sa\ >remssseca Tows
fitj&&r 2ftdMR! T"B m fft fmmmTKAXLEXS < 1 thaw Sctgh. I, h-. ott. M, >x **** y ,# _
.cr tr 4t c.N.SJ (oc esfCii .1ft'' 1 .7' .._ .1.>> A JIP TW. *
6Ma ..... ,1t mY&. r LE..t. ;,J 77Ct'! i
o s. 2eL1t.1-: Complete Cas.m ttir t.. 1 .ner .Zc.. .o.mer at pBtelte sale, to lb. *}fb+*t and,
.Z&eks4tl4 EV 'f..u1 best t>*ta.r f.r cas* batwsss. the' LEGAL JT0TXCJBJVOTTCK _
) fl2a Dr' Days )..JM2, NOTICE" < f CfTBflfYSIMf TtStBGUTKCt > hovr. o/ eleven o'clock la the ND P3VTTI3VPZIAE
k, Cameras .-. PIhusThmceuticaI" Bpecia&sia; ia PICTTTSOCS: A3UB forenoon end two o'clock in the PTATVTE DI2I! _

1"- 1. 31-9 Notice. 1* hereby gives that afternoon .a the 1st day of Notice Is hereby given that tao ncrrnotrsXAJCB CAKotfes _
Office Soppliec LAd the undersigned under the pro- November. l>.'. at the -front door undersigned desiring t. engage.In to Hereby Gives that _
Pacemakers and Homette Needs Office Equipment vision or chapter 11&.'. Lawsof of the Clay County CoorthooseIn feustae vnder the VfettUeosnanto tao .a4ontcn.ed. desiring t. *a
Florida Acts of 1957. will Qreen Cove Spring Florida.DOXB of BERRY'S FISH CAMPat gages la b..lasss under tao flo- -
FOR SALE Two rim2C" Norris for Travel Sundries register with do Cleric of the AND DATED at Green State Road 22. and Swimming tltlous Bam of
: narrow Complete Line of Oreette' Circuit O.urt In and for day Cove Sprlnr*. Florida this 16th Pen Creek. Clay Covnty. Florida ORANOB PARK BOTTLBD OAS
Used Trailers-Bank FlnandngM17
bicycle tire. County State of Florida. apse day of Octeber. 1963.fCOURT Intend to register the aM ficttttoos tho City of Orange Park the
J &a4 tabes. Excellent
receipt o< proof of patlleattosj 8BAL) tln.. _
22 of
Reeeevelt Blri. a.g Blvd.TY Cart name with the Clerk of Stats Florida. Intends *-
I COD Uo.. Pkoa 284SIM. of this notice. tao Fictitious GEORGE L. CARLJSLJ3. te Circuit Court of Clay County.' later the said BAJBO with tho
lK..nme 14734 Florida.WOllam Clerk of tho Circuit Court of _
t-1571 ; 246541 Park .... Jaeksoorffla COW CURB MARKET By: Vlvtaa H. BobmDeputy L Ham. Jr. Clay County. Florida.
Signed/ W. P. Kaddea Clerk Clyde B. Cllstra /Signed/ Sidney P. Burrte
Ph. Oct. U. 1?. 24. 21. 1963 Pah Oct. 74. 1M3 Pub OcL '3. IV. IT. S'&. nil Pab. 16-21. St. 11-7. 14. 19STHUBSDAY. _

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