The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
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Green Cove Springs ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
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Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note:
Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
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Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).

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,VOL. ,37,-:No.,51 Phone 284-3166 GREEN COVE, SPRINGS,. FLORIDA -'THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1965__ 1 SECTION 8 PAGES 10 CENTS

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j Local Men ., CITY MANAGERON Xmas Shopping The '
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II.. As A Matter Of Fact Take Gifts ToBoys' COMMITTEE

[ i Then IS a flute CUM Ranch ;;; Green C.T. City Manager Thundering ( rah ) Herd

o Den Zclmtr hu been i...1.'. ,

.'' ,. '". .:''j--'i' I', .. .' ,.f. td t* tern at a number at Deptrtmett at ..-.... tratlea
: .Saita'CUBS It at real at year beset Fensonifylng the'QIrU \> , I. the
.. The Florida ShtrtffI AoeUUon *- .. .. ._.\ . : '. mmlttt aa CamminltyOrtwth
of eharlty.and fergtviMM; th* epitome ., kindliness own and operates \+,. :, ,( I; .\ .' : and DtTvlopmtnt .. By Dayton WilsonChrlstmat ;
"'aid, thovgh ha Gen an tte way from UM North fete a Ranch near Lira Oak forbore " ,'.I . the Florida tea,.. at Mtnlel U most hire to many riot on college cam-
., MlchbMUBCM.. Bw h* arrint ., loses Is .. \ : ...J ,,': I \
yew ep ,
from broken homft. It I ..01' : paUUrt "y President Ctonlaad again., puce They crest dimonitritlons -
'm.' \VKoe .what theM.cttlient think .( and hop from U supported toUly by The ,j > .1 tears Jr. af Cteanrater. I hart to aratlt whenever I ; ,they art all trying to
1&1&, t Florida Sheriffs Auoctatlon In appointing Mr. ZtllatrIntoo hear people complain, about f- glster,
and donations of money Indicated tht major tbjMtlvet > the complexities and fruitrt- I finally fought my way to
i food and clothing from In- tf hit eommltlta wield lions involved'In that age-old he desk, which resemble a bar
tenttod frltnd bt to tmphaalat the d."Io,. problem Christmas shopping. during prohibition, and held
Last Thursday Sheriff went af Florida clues and Nothing It so' deflating M out my chest Nobody took It.
Jennings Murrhet. Pottmu* towns thrmh a batter still... on.'. 'first rt-reglatratlon\ In There wen thins secretaries

ter Richard Bapp, UwU t.- lien af their awn rtatartts, college, particularly\ when it It frantically trying to kill tins
Blanc, Juvtnll counselor calabUahiMat ., ..w Indm.trie dons by alphabetical order and until lunch while 10 or 40 student
'. and Groan Ward took aevtnblcyclM *. Imprtvcmtnt, ..alo. your last name startt with a kept getting In their
clothing and shoes .J i\ pal facllitlM. U general and "W" at mint dost. way. '
to the ranch. tt pr."ldt for trestle tlvttrontcltaincM First of all I got my list of' Finally someone, took my

*j There art It bon at the ., ii\ among Florida counts and my temporary schedule with my planned IT
ranch, two of thtm from kt eltluns. schedule t h e I&. Irerrthlng hours on It, and handed mo
Orange Part. loses ommendtd Mr. l Q. looked great but I guest U al-' the count cards for six hour
VUltort art wtleomt at the liar for hit. tlneort. Internal la ways dON to a freahman on. I felt this wit the time for awitty
ranch atop by sometime and the eontlnalng development his tint Umt around. remark, to I laid 1 ,
.. Florida eltlet I dutifully, .filled out the "HuhT-
t the fins Job being done and was pleated \ I ,
by the Florida,Bhtrlff At'tocUUon. with hit atrtptaaot to tent schedule with all the little ."Sorry they art. all closed,"
.Cart C. Rene m. <4< year eld. whose '' irtBipanal. row M. Moody Road, Genes Cove, ian 4' ' Oh X wu la top form I-iw.i. I Immediately. Joined the
Seats to ..... tkroagh a *rtMT wtootow .. Ik. big. two- )1 X had tvtrythlng btauUfuUy draft dodgers on tht" floor, but
sad.. *kalf oltry fcMM they W* I.I tbtr being M fireylaoa. Santa Yclton MIDDLEBt'KaPOST balanced. Thin evil, day my all, the matches wen gone and
Cad skews ..... .. his IhrUaad May "........" dreamt were tmaahed. the pins were ,bent. from over.
less wish headed to Gees Cv rwUaartrr Richard MMlatter OFFICE "do look it UM Jilt of filled ,UM. -
t ........ to Tats asking for a saddle for hU poay.Cafttteaauly. Fells His Tree l counts," a ftttow student) said. I applied for everything
b. fare* to ask gar riding boot sad N toI ) GRATEFUL' FORPATRONS' X did. To my dismay after X from,, Womsn'i Physical Wuestlon -
Seats will rod Ibis sad gad a pair et beets ready bItrt Dr. Doran Yalton went O.WaihlngfM bad fought my way through, to Intermediate oddly
b OM better last \ the herd I found that some of wlnka. Four more hours gar
wee. HELP my Intended classes Wire filled mt a total of 10 houn and list
When tht Father of Bit 3 ''t to back I went to the tchtdult, td mt a* a full time student
Country bad bit cherry trio, j By Vet and MeDtaaM sheet, Thin I went back to my, but didn't give ma a prayer of
lie Orttn Cow audit counselor to gtt It apprond. meeting tht ,yearly quota of
chopped down a Chrlitmai Staaon'i rtttlnit from. your No wonder the r.B.I., MA.tte hours that Unclt Bam require.
till on property beyond .I local post offlct. rtqulrt college education I went to MO Mrt. Mlllbtrger
Spring Band. At this time of year when Anyone who can find till eounttlor ., and she wu nice. Sh told mo
A round Jaycee tht wt art all to busy and tvtry the fret Urn out should when and where to report and
Doe It said to hart dries minute of tht day warns to bt bt given three hours credit on wilt no If I liked my rocks
plumb by lbs Jayttti filled with to many thing to the tpot. X am now thoroughly In red or blue. That Is, If I
Christmas trot tale (IIM to t do wt Indeed art grateful for convinced all counselors art didn't get a few more hour
r $i) and then to bare spent' the cooperation and thought ,required to take ,aa intensive Feeling much better I went
MOM its hours U search eta fulnwt of our patron You eouna In Student Xvtslqn. back to IN tht dean of RegistraUcm -
y I tree. roads our ,work 'during .this Perhaps this It Iii teach us to ; : -
.....*.A'*". rdl(1r>>tt>> neutral ThrUtmti season easier. by find thi'wceasary .Wn,. Iii l After atttlng flro to hit door
sources. M. Ins"oetftr ...- upsetting your mall for local .lift,thai art usually will hid. thus' times, I caught hi* at.
celled out on flv* patMaU oa> and out-of-town delivery and den like' UM men'i room In' a ,ttttloa ,and,, wee granted M
the ...'no bad to play by mailing parcels early U to largo department slots Interview. ; _
Santa Oaus.v' not only at this season but If. I found, Mm and, dashed ; After reading the' Florida
On of theee paUonU who try day of the year wt art back to. bt the first ont Imo law on arson to mt. bt std
r. '
; .; I of ... aad Mr .'Lib *.
yeaasY aoa Fry ,> the registrar's offlct. I .. about problem. X
happen to bt a Jaycee. U most appnclatlvt and thankfulto w.1.1) my got
.f Oraag Peat tart Santa to sewing la tht free door sad planning 'a visit to tbs DM serve such a wonderful eo- At n.,'. I thought X.wu on my.txtra' hour I won't tell
wll go .* th.akaay. after bt baa jloft a beaus at bin
on Chrtstmai Km. Whether m.nunlty. tht movie ttt of tht Normandy what course It It because 81*
bow**, ,A.aa.nerthMghl, Mark..* wants a peddle (whkkrosfts Invialon. Then I notlood steal btrian Bait Mining
bell bt wearing rod, or Just May your Chrlitmai bt ensof nothing
.fa* hinds If 1.s bar a seals)Mark M* Santa k. students sitting .on tht floor to do with this
could bo learnedthis .
toting not "
:.wk a th* Oraag fart. ......., Mater MB sad ..... week.NIWOFFICtEl. peace and and love to tht your New fellowman amid 'a put of torn up schedule X hart learned ft tot In,col

saasWSMd. .... ili key to *t -wkat other Mae-, wen Year bring contentment may 'and ahttt with tears running 1.,. to far all about wlfsufflcltncy .
.dished.LWry. down their theeks while
happiness to all. they and pears and all that
,,I. frantically tried to burn thtlr but the next person I hear
TO IXITAU draft cards or .pierce, their tadumt. complaining about Christina
KW OFFICERS Mr and Mrt. Jot Btntley shopping, x am going to bill
and Debbie Ann had dinner In Now I know why then irt la the nose.
Dtward I'rteawtI1 bo Installed JscksonvUlt Sunday In honorOf
as worshipful wear ol': Debbie Ann's 7th birthday.LttTlag .
abet Lodge F. A A. M. aleeremonlos CLAY COUNTY AGAIN IS STATE LEADER Heads March Dimes
In tot Lodge Rail I of
last Saturday to
at Orten Cote oa Monday see Clay again In Novtmber' led all Florida counties In the spend the holidays In Kings
ring *t 1:10: o'clock. Tits lasUlUtloo ,-
percentage rise In sales toi: collection tills, Ttias, were Mrt. Ruth
eeremoniee an open I According J. Xd: Btrsughn director of the Florida Barthlow Mrs. Ray Nustn goddaughter
to the public. Serious Commuilon talos taie& collected In tilt County Ruth. They art "'I.
M. Calvin Wltooi.! paM mastor last month mat MM per. cent from November 1164levels. ting Meg. Nunn husband,
will MTV at Installing *f. . who U atttlontd at KtngsvUlt
fleer H. will bt assisted tjThaddrut Collections reflected tsiable sale I I. tht ntlghborhood Nary B.... While there they
B. Cros.ey, also i I of 11. *0400. up from approximately H3S.OOO a year ago. will bo joined by RI,'. par
PUt waster In tht same period, Stnughn said gasoline Ui collect iota, also
Other aow officers Intrude, Ions rose approximately l 10 per cent, to mort than. $ ,000.ReellJeS' .

Henry XoUoo, senior warden.;
laP .. sad bit ulster CtaJy J. I two of thethro Chancey Score Junior warden,) CommendationTeehaleal Wt art airy to learn of the)
........ *f Mr. sad Mr. J. F. Han Jr, low wade Thomas J. Rivera treasurer';; death of Mrt. Cora Weeks In
owl Ma that My rwh a* DM _..- to ..... Us4- Victor L. Ashley secretary;; Richmond Virginia. She U the
eat sib wants fleklag rod sad reel a *.., track easier. Frank: A. Fountain, chaplain,;; mother of W.... Cecil Bock:
that eboo-ekoo ....." sad that gwa that ha a pistol. L K. Williams, marshal: W. D, (Ann), Ann left Wednesday
..' M -i1 tkat't ..." Cto4f to h asking l. a *.... eels Arvuthnot, si n I or deacon;; for Richmond but her mother
.... seer tMkM f. Wr )Fdeli). a Wthick ff bin sad fluids Stump Junior deacon;;; plaid away before she .
MM af ghee eating Wags aa4 a ltf,wator with real ,*.... Ooorg C. Weeks, senior steward .
a4 a .......Why salt ak w* hw totihtrtM stases, ; Joseph C Heth. JurJotttoward.
"Sews. | went M...." and T. B Croealey,,
tyUr.BuOdlag. Mr. E. D. Cheseer ',..r1)
hat returned from Philadelphia
trutteot for th
when she atttndod the fun
coming year art: Ebon Sounders
a tral of her nephew
L H. Williams and T. B.
.qa Croasley.GOLDEN.
Visiting& In the home of the
Merrill Roblnsont last weekwta
OeraM. Rooorto this.
alas >lw na Wtkefleld. week aecoftod IM Cloy CowlyekalrvMMfcli
HAS CBmUTMAS FAETYThtOolden ) for Ik. IN Plank. of Dimes rasspalgsj toflgkl
formerly of Olascow, Scotland
birth. dofeet. _
Circle Sunday _
but it present In New York
School C1&Ie., the Baptist City. Sheens bid been to Ml. I* ....,..., UM ..........1'. Rooerts asserted .bit
Church: had Its Christmas party amt tnd was etiroul. to New Islet h* UM tMiortoae of oMklog nun Iksl every baby
M lbs home of Mr S. 0.aondon York She had visited herewith ban .his the beet posolbl ...... to dorelo* .... a sunset
Tuasday. might In MlddMnug Mr and Mr. Robinson>>1 healthy ...... Me I II loading forward .. ksrlsg a ......
Mr Bm: Laaler daughter Merrily, who II also tai ken here l*> JssMary.Tk .
bad alerts of th ..... A Sorgoasrt BoM E. ,." ,... (rlfbll.) sag ofMr. llvtfif la New York City shooUrjg fail last Ik* ......'. reseat Oonasaisailo
bolfet topper was oorvod taUM sad Mr Jam B Jefrrtt* W MM Btgawsr IT. OrsaceFwk ......... all b* r*.....Ibl* for Wlwee* II...* sad
,.u.. Mr*. Loty Herds II I FH. ftooJve the V. S. AIr Pees CoomMtidaUMiModal sues Mrth defoet altos ant you shield. r..l.4 M aBof
toacfeer tf this sea Others a- al ...... AB. Ee* a. Thooo from Middleburg at* the ........... of Ike arsMios.Wall .
J... 1pa Tensed. I. W ....... link Tiers.wad. .. lending wen Hatdisitg WOllo ergoatjf Joffiio wm ...,... th* tsodsl for iMrltoHo Undin err anneal Christmas swffortur dale tad UMr .....Ult. teveoUga. .
Ir. I an wereled shied whether Seals will gad dews J. Masters, Mart Canon, Esther .....*. .* I* ....... to Slaps a* a awo>_ of the party of tht Gordon dub tt Wee sato birth ........ Ik* Marsh of Dimes I* abs n.....
... dIIIIM1. Oa ..... awed u. ke w eke N If beMbar. Oaaaa Hilda JMsUaa rasM. Air Ferotr, ......'. ntiiist air am ta ftovtheoetAste. the homo tf U,.. Boost Hen tog .... to skied UM .largos *1>|l* Missal senses .,
Mph tale ha WI Meath sad ...... Ih.rie get Yen Frlswot, Oortndo AdtjtM.aor . UM Far Eoet as4 ...... aria I al Doctors laiH were Mrs. arrroto. ewert for UM Htgiissa and treotoMal .. Mrtk4foH
ttefr IH iw"r. Jets wto fM a -..-.... toM Chrktaa I\dIUI\ K1. Ada 1'awre-' The sergeant I* a* of taadeo High ..fco.l.l.Jxteeeiftne. Eleanor Richardson lone Hun vbthM.Mor .
M UB kat bend to Nay H nests a Iwal pieaer- *. Unco RoborU, AlonoMoahy fie. HI* wtIt UM former Yeohiae OIU list and Minnie ton Clsrk.Mrt. tko* M osoilovt MOW fas o,ermlloo tr develeatef
.stain w a tnnpsine Tnrp.ksr ii traap....e. Oladn Johns Mr*. fee bps c.a..Caoeh E. Broylo, itmmtmtn of Ikeflotds IUal Ryan of Wesley ...... fjwtkod. .. ......., chinese. with birth defeete.Bokorat. .
...... Santa ha.n y.. w ....... cots a -taa Abs Senses sea Ifrr r ff. .A r FM Adftsory OJM.V Y steta waking UtI MAM*. and Mrt. Imtta and a itsldial of Oases COM: ffrug. k as****.
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Christmas In !
l July Graveside funeral services
otUldttr Br DUNCAN O. GRONEB for Allen W. (Babe) Tedder,

By age SO, were conducted last
In considering the connotations lop, written by Robert Edward Four years later, he wrote Saturday afternoon in RuueUCem.ter
and ords that come to Lee to nil children'over a period at Christmastime: DR. GEORGE: P. HOWARDDr. )'. The Rev. Jack Hall ,
mind at this rowan, It li my of eleven years I have no' "May nothing occur to A boy was admiring a minister officiated

considered opinion that the way of knowing what presents mar or load the family fireside 's new ear. The minister explained Mr. Tedder, a lifetime resident
English language u the victim went with the greetings but it and may all be able to that the car was a of Green Cove Springs,
of i deep and relentless corro- is enough to aay the presents, lock with pride and pleasure present from his brother. The died December 15. He was a

lion whatever they were, are long to their deeds of the put boy did not say, "I wish I could retired fisherman,
Whit do "Christmas" or gone and the deep sense of year, and with confidenceand have a car like that." He said, Survivors include three

"character" mean anymore T Lee, the man, remslna to this hope. to that In prospe "Oee, Mister, I wish I could daughters, Mary Stevens, Dorothy -
I would say "Christmas" day In an eloquent testimony t.. be a brother like that. May Andrews and Mil
meant not love (save to those of what he felt about Christ And, again, in December,, Emerson suggested what the dred Chapman, all of Oreen
.,e normally love :ass dayi a mas 1(62 when he headed the Con- perfect gift could be: "The Cove; a sister, Mrs, Eva Har-
jear) nor goodness (save on They are a far, far cry from federate armies in a cause h< only real gift Is the gift of rell of Miami; seven grandchildren Ill"srW'1
one day a week), but moun- the status symbols with whichwe knew from the beglnlng to be one's self." Not only for Him- and two great grandchildren -

trine of gadgetry or expensive are apt to burden our families hopeless: self does God desire our love; "
presents bestowed In the wrong these days, especially "Tea mast study hard he wants us to love our fellowmen

quarters there. they are not since so many of them are unable gain knowledge, and learn .
needed . and an almost total save for those symbols, to year duty to God and ,oarn.Ibllerll At Christmas time our sin-
abstinence In personalized maintain the "status" they are this is the great sick world is reaching for the
giving where it might be intended to represent. object of life." Howard brotherhood and the love
The Lees were not mean people which would make Christianity -
meaningful. In December, ISM . ten
; they had no need to past mean something to this
"Charity" to most of us Is years before the outbreak of bromldloms Instead of rich This Christmas message, In perplexed generation FOR RENT (
that begins at home. the American Civil War when
something condensed form, la from the
presents to each other They "Daddy I love you" said his '
"Character" is perhaps the Lee was still an officer In the represented the closest thingto sermon just preached at our three-year-old daughter to a' r

most bloodied and boed word United States Army, he wrote a landed aristocracy ever Penney Memorial Chapel at tired minister who, slumped in ,

in the idiom of those who this greeting to his children: known in this nation. They Penney Farms by the Rev. an easy chair, was lost in . i.Ataythe
would not know It If they met "May you have many hap- could have given their children thought
it, well-labeled, on a bright py years, all bringing yon the contemporary equivalentof Bennett H. Curtis, one of the "Daddy, X love you," she repeated i
day outdoors, A "character an Increase In virtue and motor scooters by the do- many good ministers we have but still there was no

reference" has come to be a wisdom, all witnessing your ten; Btuts Bearcats with fouror response from her father. Several One.'Iwo and three bedroom
carefully calculated set of vital prosperity In this life, all ( five or six) on the floor here.The sermon opened with a times she repeated the "heavenly peace" of that first

statistics) that go to prove one bringing yen nearer everlasting I doubt they felt any needto story related by one of the words. houses In Reynolds Park for Christmas night descend the world
upon ,
never spent a day in the pokle. happiness hereafter. These expressions of the preacher's friends, Illustratinghow Suddenly the little girl flung
rent For farther Information
Washington A Lee University May God In his great mercy meaning of Christmas charity Christmas can come In herself on her Daddy, put her bringing to everyone the joy and happi&

's Christmas card this year grant me this my constant and character did not require July. slender arms about his neck call CCS neu that comes with a contented heart.

qotei three Christmas greet prayer" such ostentations. "It was a hot day M X waitedIn and, squeezing hard, shouted:

a long line of passengers in "Daddy, it's about time you

I Around and AboutIt By HUGH SMITH were Chicago's fretful at OHara the, irritated unexpected Airport and delay We indignant - that loved Christmas"it me is for about a may while tune"remind that we us 264-3676 ClAY BUILDING SUPPLY 'GO

and the (S degree heat. make more room In our lives Palmetia Ace, Green Cave Spslsgwr
Is morning like all others. get them out today, Daddy Well, my bride puts her for the "love that came downat
Suddenly, we had Christmas
I am up half an hour before Warbueks will have to join up beading aside, folds her hands Christmas" )t.I
the sun with my usual pot of with Dick Tracy and help take and looks at me with half a In July.
coffee and the morning blat care of Junior and Moonmald' grin with funny crinkles The official who answeredthe I

Smoke from my cigarette drifts Mother patl.ntlleaf.. around her eyes which means telephone call said, as he ,,
lazily across the table towardmy through the paper, finds the she loves me, not because of, hung up: "Get a crib ready! .r
wife as she happily stringsred funnlnes and hands them over, but in spite of."Furthermore. We have I baby coming! Another -

beads between the burs of lightly holding my fingers in ," X go on, employe produced a blue

a pine cone stolen from the the exchange. "The only snow you ever saw bassinet
golf course. Twenty years ago such a In your whole life Is in a place When our plane arrived, the
Occasionally, the bead stringer gesture would have gone almost called New York and the slushIt first psssenger to descend was ff
hums a little ditty that unnoticed. makes causes you to get cold the excited young father, his
sounds something like "White After twenty year, this feet which causes you to catch arms tightly holding the tiny\ ,
Christmas" or chants some means: "Be an old bear if you the worst cold you ever had precious bundle of new life.
foolishness about across the want to, Dear, but XII get that which causes you to uy snowis Then came the pale young
snow to grandmother's house hundred dollar bill you call for the penguins u far a* mother, supported by a stewardess
with Rudolph the :Rednose your emergency fund before you are concerned, and they and a friend.
Reindeer. the day la over!I" can have its""Somehow" The whispered word went

Well, anybody with the "What's more," I say, "That mother says, "I the rounds: "What child

brains of a grasshopper knows silly song you keep chanting always think of Ben Franklinat was just born on that planet
what is going on In her female about getting out In zero Christmas time. Maybe It is It war Christmas at the air
head and if I do not scotch weather and going across the because he Invented electricityand port on that hot summer's day,
this glow of goodwill and happiness snows to grandmother's house
X to love the bright Christ- for Christmas is where we
right off, my old limp li for the birds. You know perfectly -
massy lights in windows and make It, and It is always awaiting -
wallet will look like a pieceof well grandmother lives on tries. His picture is on a rebirth and room In the
Kleenex dropped by an astronaut thirty feet ,from this house fifty dollar bill, you know" inn of our} hearts) 1 Je1 ,
on his first trip and anybody with the sense '
"Oh, r no it ain't, I say, Anticipation expectation
around of a house eat knows better
scrambling for my pocketbook and in this Advent Season -
tastes like It then to hellos
"The coffee go hollering big
"Ben Franklin's picture is ona we should be filled with
is made from yesterday'sgrounds or joyful greetings in her front
hundred dollar billSeer"Well the expectation of receivingOod's
," I growl, "And I will! door as she just might be taking -
I make many a mistakein wonderful gift of His
appreciate the piece of paper a nap. Anyone knows bet
my life and freeze with the only Son.!
with the funnies, as Little or- ter than to wake Grandma
knowledge that I just make Our Christian faith Is a Dot-
phan Annie and dandy.are from a nap as she will about-
the biggest blooper of them pel of looking forward, although
stuffed In a barrel two or face the offender, frop him
all The mother of my children it has deep roots in the
three days ago and pushed off with the nearest broom and
fingers my "C" note a moment, put Jesus is In every book of
I mountain. If somebody don't toss him out on his sar.
gases intently at the picture of the Bible.
Old Bin and says, "My goodness
In Genesis he la the one whoIs
May County Crescent I must have been thinking to crush the head of the serpent
about two fifty dollar He la the "I am" in Exodus
bills I I"Any ; the "perfect offering In
".HAT .is eons yes CUT cousin is cool roe THI uncle"> body got two dollars I
Leviticus; the "star and the
DUNCAN OOLSTHWAITI CONIHUlTO AND PuiLIINIIIS4S1IS can borrow until after New scepter" in Numbers; the

Tuaereete lei Tears "Rock" in Deuteronomy; the

SUM CUM FWTMI Ptn .t Still Cm .N'"... fiMiMPveusmo "Captain of the Lord's hosts"in
Lear TNUMMT It CMKINT Pitts me. Joshua: the "Redeemer" In
*. o. lox ss Gulls Can '..IIIU. flung' Say You Read It in Job and the David "Lord and
HOWARD 1. coon __--. PauiMNTUMOHPTIMI "
/ RATM We can follow through the

0 N. TAR 1* AATAJICB ...........,....... see SUBSCRIBE!: NOW I rest of the Old Testament until
TWO TBABS a AOTAJIC) .......n....... 5W we came to the New Testament

where Christ la crowned

ftCttWCHMlftmCHLJpreadfris on almost every page.
God so loved the world
that He gave His only Son"

. and so the spirit of giving
enters our hearts and we longto
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28 4'i Chrhtrrxstlrr The land Is cloaked In white

Hear Special serenity. . hearths are aglow with golden embers of warmth

ind homeliness. .peace and happiness fill the air. With our dH >etappreclation'fot

MR. EMMETTMC all the bksslnt, bestowed upon use we reach

fhbhuas; ,red ng$ Clay CowUyAgrtomHval CALL out to our friends and neighbors to share with us the Joys of thJ$Holt Season.

Agent The Staff and Directors of . ,

; throchoce the bad,warm withes for bright AT 6:45: AH

and happy Christmas season filled with laughter, soflf ON

fond! memories aad lortd ones dost by. Mar you, out lojit POWERFULCHANNEL lqT a.( BANK ol GRHHN COVE SPRINGS

appreciated customers be blessed with such a holiday
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.TOTJRSDAT, DECEifBERt1,1NaGreen" ; tdolt entree:

'f'-{_. ''U U ... 'J '.f ".II ;' +:+++++++ ',' ,It q '.' II . lilt It It. It It . of the year and the serving! 'table .
wee overlaid with a red
I Cove Socials I By MRS. linen cloth and red and free CLAY
Fhene IERWIREEDi napkin were uied. In the cen-
i ter of the table we a beautlful -
.-. I' It. . It.. ',' .'." I p .'.It It .. It It . It II'land. . . . . . . . i. . . . arrangement of red polneettlai. THEATRE

.' VUltors In the J home of Mr. .,Tom flew to his new assignment -I and daughter, Mr.:and Mrs L. Grew One Spring
,and Mra.W.B. Lucas last Sun- on December 10 after' A. Bin, left Tuesday for Gifts were exchanged and asocial Monday Ian rrUayBei

day were their aon-ln-law and having spent t a month's. leave Charleston, & C. where she hour way enjoyed. OfHee Opena Its: f.M.
daughter. Mr. and Mrs Fred here with his parent His will spend the holidays with a- Thoie present were: Mrs. i .
Features At T I TM.Satarday .
:Borderlck and their children aunt, Air*. Jeannette Rowland,I nother daughter Eula Oeiger teacher; Me-
''sandra, Kance and Bridget of flew to Magulre AFB last Friday dames Dark Wager E. J. and SundayConUnaea

Ean-Lando,Bprlnga.Mr. night to see him off. Tom' Lt Col. and Mrs. William H. Johnson, Oscar Cannington teem I rXM.
address U: A2C Edgar T. Clarks CroweU of Fort Lee,Va. have W. J. Christmas, Mildred Ole-
.'and Joseph E. Ueth Jr. AF 11148351. Box 1229, been visiting his parent, Mr. nnan, Anderson Toy, L. A. Than Frl. Dee. IS A 14Ml'RIETA
were In Orlando this part APO New York 09179. and Mrs William Crowdl, of Smog, Maggie Sherlll, Luther
weekend st' which time Mr. Wesley Manor They were the Rhoden, T. I. Saunders and ,- --
Neth wu Invested with the Miss Ruth van der Master guests of his slater, Mr*. El- D. C. Turner\ ; also three guests Free Matinee Dee. 14 I PJVt {.

.rind' of decoration of knight of New Orleans, arrived Sunday wood Johnson on Wednesdayof Mesdaraes J. E.Turner, Lulls TARZAN THE MAGNIFICENTCempUmentii
-commander of the Court of evening to spend the holidays last week.George Bannell and Ura William CIecUer. -
Honor of the Scottish Right.of with her parents the ReverendC. Bank at Green Cove Springs
Free,. Maeonry. The Inveitlture E. van der Maaten and Mrs Oelger of Apopka Kledzik-Pinkham Vows Said :Dee-li
was presided over by van der Maaten. visited with his grandmother, Carolyn Ann La Rue, daughter Sat

'Frank H. Thompson sovereign t Mrs. 'Eels Oelger last week.. GARDEN nUB FOUNDERS At St: Agnes Church Ceremony of Mr. and Mrs. 1C. P. La
,grand Inspector general of Gary Clarke eon of Mr. and CIRCLE HAS PARTY Rue, of Oreen Cove, ls InternIng If
Scottish Right Masonry In Mrs. Edgar T. Clarke, who U ,
.Florida, a sophomore at F8X7 Tallahas FIRST BAPTIST CHTRCH Members of the Founder' Miss Peggy Pinkham became honor attendant with the exception as a practice teacher at r' I; \
Circle of the Green Cove the bride of K. that dress John F. Kennedy Junior
.*i Preceding the Investiture, a see 1s horn for the Christmas '.1. CLASS HAS PARTY Raymond her wu of High
..luntheen wee served U *,. holiday The Joy Sunday School Springs Garden Club held Kledilk Saturday morning In a peony pink shade. School in Miami. A senior at end -
their Christmas party at the 11 o'clock at St. Both carried of "THE'U'
an ceremony nosegay AltO'
class the
prortmstely 100 Mason and i of First Baptist Church Barry College, Miami Shores,
? home of Mrt. W. W. IV.". with Agnes Catholic Church Officiating miniature carnation matching
their wives Mr: Edgar Clarke, who ha had Its Christmas partyat she U teaching Spanish on a
been In th* VA Hospital, Lake the. home of Mrs. Luther Metdamei E. H. Cooper and at the double ring service their gown Accenting the Sun. M.... .* T....
Edward Oustafson a* co-host was the Rev. Father Flannon flowers mere white lace and full time basis for nine weeks.A .A
Dee. la II II
since Is Rhoden
A2C Tom Clarke, son of Mr.ynd City, fieptember recuperstlng on Magnolia Avenue
member of the
...... Kappa Rho
Walsh net
and streamers of satin.
: and will be home last
Mrs Edgar T. Clarke has nicety Tuesday evening Mrs. L. house Mia
Completed his two year course for Christmas. A, Sins read the Christmas The singing of Christmas The bride Is the daughter of John Bowie of Oreen Cove campus council Starring
La Rue of 36
"in. radar and fire control main io-- story according to the gospel carol opened the program Mrs. Joseph W Beachem. Her : Spring served as best man, College students one Barry In Rick Nelson Jerry Van Djk
after which ),(ra. H. L. Black father, Blade D Pinkham and usher were Bill Robinson
iterance at England AFB, Alex. Mr*. William 'ClecUer of of St. Luke. gave r and -
secondary of Dade
'.ndrla, La, and Is now station Hattleaburg. Miss. who ha The house was attractively mon gave a reading: The Hopeof her In marriage and Frank Emerson
been her IOD-In la. decorated Christmas" Mrs M. C. Car Parent The ring used for the bride County
d at RAP Lakenheata. Eng visiting befitting the season of the bridegroom
Icy won the prlM In a contest are Mr. and Mrs R. L. Kledzlk, groom has been In hi* familyfor
;WCCWeCCHWW'Ex' on the Christmas customs of Oreen Cove Spring three generation and was LiONS CLtB ERECTING:

i- other eountrtea. The dish garden A gown of peso d'ange with worn by his grandfather, who SCOUT BUILDING
contact wag won by Miss accents of Alencon lace was cam to the States from Poland
Th Lion
Orange Park
Bonnie Dean Baker. at the age of twelve
worn by the bride. The dress Club I II making wonderful

T. Old rMaNy/rWttJ. ewapatro.a was designed with modified wa Miss* organist.Mary 'Kathryn Murphy I progress on the Scout Building

6 .lu' At" _. ,rain /rafnsa GREEN COn: BOWLING riff scoop and neckline long ,aleeves scalloped tapering mid Following the ceremony, Mr. they are constructing at
tine Won Los and Mr*. Joseph W. Beachem the rear adjoining their club IVUMQPRINGQWFFKEND
sris: to .
I ortMel, 1ft t point over the wrists. Featured house Stow
p pa en Professors .... .. 404 1IVKlngfUhtre. on the long beU-shsped entertained guest at a reception on Avenue The
of Lions
Clfnpetawa are generously giving /
Meniat .. at the Holiday Inn. '
.u II4\ 21% skirt were lace applique pang their time and efforts to this .
Magnolia ....... im 21 eJokers. Her fingertip veil of Illusionwas Mr. and Mrs. Kledxlk's wedding worthwhile project which the
4. trip will be to California,
'. ......... 10% 29ft hand-rolled over a bridal where will scouts will enjoy and which all
they make their
headband of Alecon lace and I'' TROY DONAHUE
.-...111 ......... Ill% IIH home at Coat Mesa the resident of the locality ap
pearl. Whit ( CONNIE STtVtNSJ.
St. Johns ....... 2' 34 roses were centered SILCORBRACKWEDDING preciate.Geergla. I
with a whit orchid In a WAinte MO
Untouchables .,. 31 IT
her backed with white ANNOUNCEMENT
Rebel* ....... . 31H UK nosegay, Wed. f Awn. Frt
) lace and tied with satin shower Mr. and Mr. James L Brack Red ;
Doe Turner rolled a 202, 23Ingle ribbons. of Green Cove Springs announce Sweet Fetateea, 'Ik. lie t Dee,1/,1/All..

and total 112 to lead Mia Mary Virginia Pinkham, the marriage of their Florida Temateea, 1'n.. -TUa MANNI"JW
the Klnfflaher to a 3-1 win who attended her sister as daughter Bes L., to Mr It.Forrest Bananas, lb. lee
I over the 1-BaO League leadIng maid of honor, wore a long Blloox. Jr. ion of Mr. Apples, des tee
Professors aleo won 3 to dress of light fashioned and Mrs Oranges, dos I
; pink crepe Ralph F. Silcox of If*
.' remain I tames ahead. Bart with Sabrina neckline Jacksonville on December IT, Egg a.... IUI .
ChrUUanl. 414 and Dorothy and elbow-length sleeves The In the Oak Crest Methodist Many Mere ItemeMr 1.'
f Blackmon't 4SI way tope for empire waistline was encircled Church: In Jacksonville -.
BESELER MOTORS *. Smith's Frail MarketN.
nt the women. There will be FUIKIE r loN"ANNETTE'UNICEllO
no 01.011
self belt
a caught with a Following a wedding trip to Orange Ave Hwy. ITOreen
.y bowling for UM nest I week
bow and accented with lace Oatllnburg, Tcnn., the couple
Oraag Aveae* k Oreea Ceve Sseteg over the holidays will reeume As bridesmaid, Miss Michel will\ reside at 6130 Catonla Cete Syringe ll-U-lte ..................-
Jan. 10.' Evans, we gowned like the Avenue, Jacksonville

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>>i>>aJt LEGAL, NOTICE LEGAL MOTION Vti S td ( ttC t(*( ti.o

IN" THE ClHtllT cot; RT NOTICE 01' SALE .
p .t IN AU FOR.CLAY tOlfV. Nolle Is.hereby given that, q- f
Hi'A F FLORIDA. 11 CHANCERY! :Jurauant to a. irinal Dacr.a of
:.:..."f.I No' M-IM-W entered In cause
I .l. !,..,a' ,+ 1 THE FRANKLIN SAVINGS numbered-l/r-C In the Clr
Ic., Suit court of Clay rior-
YORK, a corporation, Ida, 1 will sill the properly alt"
........'j"Lt t.q.. '. .',mm !}' ; Plaintiff atad scribed la clay u: County World d.. ) 'mir
'I "" DONALD L. ROBINSON<< and Lot II, nOBINNETTK, aoeordIng .
; a M K L B T O. ROBINSON, to plat r.eord.d in Plat
fell wife, Book s' page 11, roe the Dubtlorecoorda
g flHe/th9f t, p D.ndaIlU. of Ciay County ilori.:
STATIC OF FLORIDA Tel at public sale, to tbo highest :ins Out
Donild, 1.. Robinson, I and but bidder for cash, at ha

i Mar f,' Alabama llOttKlulbf Springs florid. btwtn 11,05: fill ,Hotel
r / ', 0.10. and .00 ,.... on January '
(I. Robinson, kl* wlf 1. AD 1111COURT ml' Toloesraerrilf j
elo Donald U Robinson < t .
!falling Addr>M TSR BOX 11Wetumpko o'i't1tI.JE L. CARLISLE exoc?, ;
Alabama $dnliyou Clerk of Circuit Court n '
8 THE VILLAGE ANTIQUES I & NURSERY that a ARK suit HEREBY baa .Man flld NOTIFIED aialnwor Dpi Deputy VlvUn Clark H. Sohm their top t:Merry

ir .t you In Ih. sIeve C"U.. and It'lS.lteMRU Gritmti! toelli'
619 Highway 11 Orange Park, Florid 'ou are required 'ft fns p-or an-

!(tR-tC ttCt( t(" t(" Court. with and lo the sirve Curt a copy of lhor-this. Nodes JVIBI.IU I ii htr.or by BALE.Ivan that For a Lovely, New flame- lee
of upon she plaintiff nr its ttornvva a final doers. o(
Mahontv, Hulltw. Ch> F..r.elolur. ntrd In eaui numbered -
F4tt(* 'M4'N ktMUUttU"MttsrtY FITZSIMMONS-WRIGHT HARRISCROSSLETENGAGEMENT ..mb.,. and Artamn Barnctt National li'UI In the Circuit VIRGINIA L 8E1LRegistered :
k Bunk Bulldlnf. Jackson. Court of Clay County, Florida I
VOWS SPOKEN HERE ANNOUNCEDMr. vii:* I,. Florid, not later than Will Mil\ th* properly iltuat In
n IOSIca you fall to Clay County, rlcrlda, deecrlbcd Real Estate Broker
MERRY CHRISTMAS Miss Suzanne Marie Fltz- and Mrs. W. 0'Ramsey do tn,a"h Pro Conf.eowilt u
\ h* entered ..,''n.t you forth Loin U, II, and 1T. ROBIN 1I2 Hwy 11 S. Orange Part, Pte
I simmons, daughter of Mr and announce the engagement of relief demanded In th* Complaint RITE, aeorrdlnr to plat rorordtd .
This snit I. to forerlniea In Book t,
Mrs Leonard P. Fltzslmmons, their daughter Brenda Grace mortcaf. The ral property 'II, of th* curs publl* pic r.o-* Jtr >>
c prou.hd oaalnst let: ores
of ,
Clay Florida
Ws Wish e became the bride of Mr. Alan Harris, to Carl Jay Crouley, Lot M Block H. MeadowbreokUnit at Buollo sale, to County the highest and
o i, according te plat thereof ,
llelt bidder for cash at the front
Eliot Wright son of Mr and son of Mr, and Mrs. Thad B recorded In Plat Book I. door of the Clay County Court

\ i; All of You Mra. H Allan Wright of Gaines. Crolll.,. pate. Ib'of of Clay th. County currant, FieriToeether publierecords I- house Florida In. htwn Grain COT link: l.u.I.4

A Very r 0 yule, December IS, at 2:30: P. M. Miss Harris U a student at "a. with all atrueturea sodimprnvam.nte u.>::00, PM. on Jtauary. A. D. I

4r w a In Sacred Heart Catholic Watkins Private School and on said land new: and and all future braid.tar ICOAEORGEAI.. CARLISLE
:MerryChristmas now or hereafter attached to eras.d Clerk
Mr. Crossley Is a graduate of
.In connection with the premium By: Vivian R Srkm. r
Rev. Frank Monch of Gainesville Clay High School He U presently > addition horetn thereto deacrlbed the following and In Deputy Clerk IMI-lteMRM

pastor of the Catholic attending Massey Tech d..rib.d 1I0u..h"ld .ollilanr.. /
which arc, and shall b* deemed
s; and Youth Center, University of nice! School in JacksonvilleThe to be, future and a part tf ther.altyt

Florida, performed the double wedding will take place Hot Point Rant and ova -
A Happy JU 1st
I 1 ring ceremony. the evening of January 7 at 10" Aero fan In.kltehjiiitwartww
Oiven In marriage her "
New Year '2 by eight o'clock at the RussellBaptist $" rn"r recessed wall
1 father, the bride wore an em- heater OB 11 R
Church. A reception I II nation nil drum "
plre gown of deluater satin The will follow at the home of the Tharmador wall hatter, H bath
mock balero bodice featuredaabrlna
a HotlPelnttAdrlg.raler
brides parents. CKB
neckline l i and short 15
We sleeves Friends and relatives of the WITNESS my hand and the
Sincerely Appreciate of re-embroidered Alen.
Your Patronage
couple are Invited to attend, seal o> thin rciirt at Orson Cove lar
con lace over English net. and a Sprint*, Florida this 17th day
of Premher, A.D. ltd,
full circular: chapel train. Her
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STEWART'S' 5 & lOc STORES bouffant veil of silk illusion was velvet muffs trimmed with OEnROB L. CARLISLECI.rk

attached to a satin pillbox with holly and pink glamellas. Best B* Vivian' H. IIohm,
appliques of Aleneon lace and man was Jsmes D. Simmons of Deputy ClerkwoTirn lI.n.lfRe.. R

seed pearls. She carried a bouquet Oalneivllle. ashes were L. Pa- .
t JlJ'i JaJJaJaJaJa; JaItJaltJaJaliJa! of sweetheart roses and trick Fitulmmons II, brotherof HEnllTEH". : or riCTITIOll IITFITIO. NAME
...., that
white orchids the bride, David Thorpe Notice 1 II. Bran .
tba uader.tIInad ondoc Ohs pro.vlsionp
tit( Matron of honor was Mrs. Wright, brother of the groom. of Chapter Ise 01. taw.
of Flrrlda Acts of wet 7, will *-
Dennis Fitcsimmons was junior !
Hal K. Wilson m, of Laredo, tlalq with the Clark of lti
Texas, cousin of the bride usher Ireult Cnurl ''n sod for, flat r
(00000 Oleia of Florida upns
Bridesmaids were Miss Lynn Mrs. Chauncey Moore sang, receipt of proof of I'"IIlIutln"
Morhlge of St. Petersburg, and "11 For You You," by Bertrand- cf of tnl'* notice Motors the Highway name If

Mrs Jerry Stewart of Gainesville Brown and "I Love Thee," by N flVeei? Cons 5r"15'' rlL
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1 classmates of the bride Edward Orle,. Mr. Tommy: 1..Hen.
All wore floor l.nlt1.mplre Rivera was at the organ. ,

gowns with cherry red velvet The brides mother was attired . AUTO LAFFS

bodices, scooped necklines, elbow in moss green and aqua rite .IEMS
length sleeves and eggshell brocade with matching accessories R TING
pink crepe skirts. Their veils I and a corsage of orchids.
e eas were secured to a red velvet
The groom's were a
rose, They carried cherry red beige ensemble with matching 1 t
.. .. a <**
YIl ' e ah tCtR<<. orchid accessories: and a corsage of IA
: remand HappinesseuofAiiMy at Ufirtstmaslimel&t't
A reception'at the Lie Club ..

followed the .ceremony, Miss .<
Polly Patterson was In charge I malting end '
(//J the season for merry
of the bride's book. Miss Kathleen _

st Kenny presided at the ?UT SAM J'lilLY RAIl IT tfitaJMq pesc on earth with lots of food cheer And

; punch table. After a trip downstate f'\O00 Mltff' !ff ftVre single out with a sincere "thank I
the couple will reside in There art two kinds of service -

Gainesville, Fla.Outoftown stations: those that people 1M pHet and yottto" | all our voadcrfnl customer for their

Soring this guests Included stop at, and those that I loyal patronage to tie A
Mrs. Wm. L.U Dixon' of Atlanta people come back to.You'll segos bringconttiUmtnt

especially glad time of Christmas, Oa., aunt of the bride; find this the leading "call to M* Wt special Merry Chrlatmu to all of Tout! Si Sifriend
Mr. and Mrs, ElIot A. Dafter again" station 'in this area.
we'd 'bks extend best _/ our indnylends.
to our of Bloomsflsld, N. J. and Or- '

,' holiday wishes to you mond grandparents Beach of Fla the,groom maternal and SERVICE LARUE'S STATION HARTFTKNITt'BK INlET MARINA AND BOATYARD

Mr.and Mrs.Robert O.Wright, CO.
I and yours It has bun our Br. of Bloomsflsld, N, J., paternal Janctin These Hwy II41II U A IT I' Walnut II. V. I. Hwy. IT South Orange Park

tteS'ttVYU grandparents of the Green Cave Spurn Greta Con Spring. Phone SIMMS
pliosuTitounnyouand groom

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"Re dots It with bettor grace, batS I
that you and your loped ones may/fal the

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tar,. bask tar. Trot*. tw(0nr I. Per BaUte of National BANK; OF Benkln JACKSONVILLE.Aeoeletlon.Plalntli LAURA K GRAHAM N. OHUTCTHB P. 1URTON;
: Donated, OVONUAOA COUNTT IAV Plalnllft.
.... 1711.... ....... Win flo* JOSEPH M. LXNAKT. iI BOTICSI TO CREDITOR: LNUS BANK, corporation
Defendant ,
:111 Soitfc M fnlU OppMlto( OM HAVING CLAIM OR PBMAND8 JR.. KAI BUMS end ANN: leu, and each ef you ere kr*. THE FIATS Of I'LOIlIDT.1
1 Tare Mill). U-I-tf AGAINST LAID ESTATE BUSSE, ky otlllod and required. to pro- : or .ttl' LEOLA LaVSRNB: BURTON, THE! STATE 0"
; cent any claim end demand l'1.OltIDA-TOI Ill Aboroorn Street
I Tee end, oath'el yen ere hare. or ICITTHB wkkk. you' .r either ef PoW may Jerry Wainer, H.ui, I 1es Savannah. Georgia
FOB SALE Cprtiht .... tare aialn.t Ito snit, UT, IpaKharon ,., uunol.l sIl4 YOU ARB HERlTar
I by notified end required, le procent :! .TATS Or FLORIDA tat NOTIFIED: 1
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Geld condition. 111. Eai... any claim sad domandaopk Ollv* M. BUM, ibis roaldcnela urn 1L Onhmm. Lend, Hulk H*, Redo Slat a aim ku. boon fifed atakul .
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4.1.4441 1 old County, the County luel. 1'0" In tko above entitled
. . wblah ysl. or either.1 my till Oeor.* IL, LaCrtM causes
I; .... 411 It John A/"." tare ..01.., tll. ..Iot. .f Jos Wlconai! Yankton Collet I 4 cr. of Clay County, llorlda. *: IliadYOU bad .... a.. -.bF rtg''lato
..... 11t.1'I11. M Lonert, deooaaed. late ef foreign corporation or.."1... stile U iko court house o ARE HEREBY Notified that eerve upon plaintiff eltoray
said County to ". County J4>. under Ik* law of th. Territory. Mid County St Or..n Cove Opt- a suit bu boos fU.d ...I".t you wkoo lame and addrci* appear
CLASSIFIED : ll'll-Ilp of Clay County Florida at kla I.f Dakota, and havia* Ito prlnrlpel Inn Florid, within", calin- I" Ito abon ."tlll.. cause sod Stores,. your written defence*.
ADVERTISING BATES_ office in tko court koucc ef cald I pl Ise* cf bucia*** In Tank dar' month term th. time file that you are hereby required le if any t* ih. *
the tint publication ot your aniw.r with toe Clerkot complaint In said atUt. IIIII'J
County el Oreo COT Iprlnca Ion, South Daketa (Attention
I POINT Tin: mui iM Florida, wltkln els oeUaoTarmratka I I>r, Donald B. Ward;Frealdent* :r rlll.:: .. Two :1.a cf each Ih.r this Court and If cervo copy whirl la dollTorod to yu hr.-
FOB shall
type)' Pleat" BENTFOB from tk* time .ef Ikefirii Kenneth BUM Jr.: and KaBUIH. L, demand 1s In nut-I :MfP'to: the plaintiff er AI.It 0. en or bfr _January it, "
iuertion ,, .
: up CARD OP'TIIANU, and publication ot this' notice.. whon rooMente ti IIn (log .n/ shill 5(5(0 t5- pines whoa* ssmIend y
to 10 WordI for ILIO, au BENT I r.*.m ftnUtlMdB Two orbs. ef coat claim or de> Lyndal Are, North, Slou rallaouth and poll office. addra .." 101III : Horoln fall nl or dorr** pre
m MIUOIt1AM1 Vp' to 10 mad akall b. In wrltlaar. and Dakota) and Ann BUM*. of th* claimant and shall. too lirn t Husk Building tonfoia will b* esl.re5alnet
over 10 st. Ie air word.'Ad'I" ......L IN Wttt Street. shalt. stale the Olae..5 ,..14."". whose rnldoneo' I. (111 Mottle worn to by the claimant his .. Jacksonville, Florida you per la. relief prayed Jn the. 'I I,,

dJtioDa OOlllecuU I For .., eaU SM-Itll. and post office. addreea ., Steclamant Road. LaCresee W'ul"' font or his attorney sod erocm. net laser than January .. A. D bill of corn hint.'
and hall .be owes toatlerney YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI. by e flllnp I f** of one THE NATURE OF AID SUIT
Uom,.minimum of H JO: kll ,'t If pa".word., ll-ll-tr ky the. clal .r. S s01 er PIED -.I: Still has bean 111.1 6oIIAr and such rlalm or dmnd 1111 If toil fall te de ao. decree proconftoio BEING FOR DIVORCE.
fey filed shill b* void : )
and accompaaied e 0151051 I IAo above .0(11I.d 1CWLITRPl Lba
owe M word ate 4o .. IIOU'lt CLTPB KCKKIJIAc : will b* entered etalnat : lied aid tbs
per mine too ef one dollar and uck l'Ooa. Sod yo, ors .. .b, my
r wOId.I' FOB BENTi Btorfroot .B rtB claim or ........ not IS filed required I* carve open plain c.e utor of the Lust Will you. for She roust, demanded In .f oatd Court at room
*jit, fornUked or. MfBrpJiB' hall b. void, lift i atlrny, wkooo same and and Toatamenl of Laura R.Qraham the complaint. Co .print*, Florida, ibis
doooaced The nature ot said cult being Ird day ., O .. .
LEGAL ADVD'n81NO add,.* hereon, mbr, aIUI. .
11 POINT TYPE : ... Two sty, 2-...,.... lubalk. A CATHERINE* Adnvlntratrl U OOFr the R*. written defeneee.nppoar If air, to you lh. First publlcatlcn. D... II. Illl11'11ttrHCK for fnrocloaura. of thai. certainmortgage .
: 1"IrI&" 1nMrUcm. 11.40. per .. L.w rent to Bcrau..Btfualtf. lat. of Joecpk M. Loaart, Complaint In a4! (kit 1 Kp* ofwhich I in enoumhorlne tk* ; of prrpertyeltu.t Clay Clerk O ICO ROB Clroull L CARUILM Court
(This decoaled.T la delivered to you bere .eo:wilt
me type) First !Deb': See .dditknal IBMT-. No ....... rt,aIM OB I. JEVNIVOB JR. ri111bs-, or b.' re January !Ill, tt TUB OP.IIf'I'IT THM COl'RT 8l_I l rt* efrlorlrta.I Sued l 10, MEADOW Rr I>.nul Cra*CUrk M. Cerlail l

insertion to 30 BtlBtlM. FhoM. ...0.... PO IMIX 171 FOIHTH 11111)0K I'nll I, .
np MO,,. | ''.10 per tad ? ? MB. Herein' fi i not o r decree tiro JIIIUIAL riRrur .wording- Btrwlok Andoraon
words for $3.00,'all over requInd ?, Ita&utI. HUB .....L Fh*..-OCS M4IMI. GREEN lint ,.bll.COVE,, .,,..IFRINflM.I)... 11. Ire FLA. you'ont.Mo for Ik will* relief b* entered prayed ea-aln In the* Or. FLORIII LAT .CO IN
30 11-4.U 11.11 /taTJJ Complaint CHANIKHV. record et Clay County, Flo Po. See III
at 10o
per wt rd.Additional The nature tt said suit b loll CASK NO **.,.*-., Io.ih. i ram COT ."a.... Florid
_. NOTII Or ADOPTION! '! *? with| till following' en lll'4i.BAlif
consecutive inertiont FOB BENTl live ....... in, TUB rrnel'R COCA for a Judicial Interpretation .0the PNOrRRIHXIil:: 'u
term. of certain Truat AIreomost :
minimum ofl MCADIKO MOTICX8: Par ...... V I.mIab.d. One kloek or TUB dated a April ltk IMI. IN RR:, ADOPTION OF ( ResieeWITNEOI COURT
r t'aT. JiDinAI rittrtiT ,.".. which FLa r. Rurhhsrland ROBERT: DANIEL: MORRKLI.: a : my hand end Ike TUB '" TRI
$$2.40 all 30 word Iron JvAler high. MkoeL MlB or 'L .'DA. l. AND! FORMAT ?dillH..urlhar were thp.ettler1' minor, ROBEHT WAYNE post of soil Court al Oren Cove COI'NTT JCDolB
over tta. 2... FRInBEK
.u.. EBCMM Kilter 411 St. o "O"NT1'I and tk* plaintiff laTnioie and Jl'ANITA FR14REM Spring, Florida thin tote day CLAY COCNTT. rtOBIDA
at 8c 'word; (".A1 CERT.CAB *, huenand and wife, of November. AD. Illl.tCOLKr !. Mbe...
,per fokM ATMM. PIt... SI4-1TI1. HO. MMXOTICH WITNFUK ir* hand and tko INl. +1(5 NAME Or THE IT ATE URAL i 1l r,i Kalat of
5001 II' 0.11, Court at ('I,.." OF FumiPATO OICORlIK: U CARLISLE!, : VRABCLLB ROSSINI,
CLA/RrPttD: DIIPLA'r: Per ozActort:: loon .TIIIad&1 IS-lMtf or ADomoxmOCBBDIMOl Cov. Sprint; .1..140. th''. Ill ) CLAtlEM: DAT MORRELURil4enct Clark ot th* Circuit Crurt t>*...atodNOTICB1.
da* of. i-mbr, A. It If/1. Br Vivian H, lohm. TO CBBDrrOBITO
eohnu Inch It 40. .. tflpwoadlng' publication date IM RB. ADOPTION OFJAMEM (CO'", "1'Af11'nRO: L>)> win play Vnknown tako notice .Deputy Clerk/110R ALL CRIDiTORAND PER.
LEI TAVIB BLAIR.Poiltlrnor Vivian' FI Bokm.rtepulv REM: and JI ANITA FR1SBKK.: MANPB AUAINIT SAID i/
SEWING MACRINEISlBfWn. tu.boand wife, have 11! THE riRCIIT COtRTOF TATBlten
. . . . .
. . . . . . . . . Clerk aad aok of y*. see
.r. TO MART ALTQR TT/000 AKAMART "...,.11 Anhr.nnAlter filed In the rl. ." Court of Clay THM mi NTH JIUHIAL
1 f ALiC.ARRETT: AKA County, PlrrUa. petition pray CIRCI IT 1'1 AND run CLAY krky notified .nd Peqole'
ATAILABLEl 01 I CNITCD TAN UNEI.IB Pr, III. 111. 111.Tw. MART ALICE LEB p nil." ..* innreen fop plaintiff In- bat an ,order might 1 .ho cntcrod > COINCT; FLORIDA 1.. pr.oosl aS ofalme as1

BntrliBiO haL QBltk idrrlMWIU 11E ........ It1PIR/ ... A-l Sowtac MMB. 41 Harris. Now AvenueProoport. York Cove Rprlnt. Florida' franllnp ROBERT them DANIRI.:(leave M .HikCICItVNo ...IN.., -yen..,. may wklck*.agalnet er eltkorof tk, *

kv toa --...... AMMKtmtlkT I *UBltiM4- ..... U Ctoj too be...... !.*. IMIMftlB Teu will pUato take not Ire 1111in 11..41.11. RELY your minor child and you M'VAL FKDKRAL. !. RAVINOR e.hts dcroaied of ..........U. Itn!I...
ere spew rauo why late ef eel* c..*
I to*. till Ktaft Rat., Contr ...tut WlkU T. a.a..11 It, JaekMiTtlle, ttal filed 'In Ctar155 tfco Circuit Tsvlo Court Slat.( Clay hN Sao. 05w. :should net bo arenied' JACKIONVILLE ANI LOAV. AMOCIATION. m .e,0.U08..OFHARRT Her le the County ,Judg <;

Jaekss.TmPt.n W.0$1 1,, Bkll, FM N. Orut Fkv FBEE rABUNQ AT Cuty. o petltton proy.Inp TUB rinrrtr TOI-BT h, rlnc e copy *f your wrl- l'la00tU. fI... County, Florida, et kl* ef.rinrldn .
rla. lien defen***. If any upon Jame court h.u.s .f MI"
tkat lkt k > it AND FOR CLAY COCRTYon' .
*n .
or SM-MU. Bfltr BBPJBIHIttlMd, ATBoMc, QfOM CTO .>*<.... STOKE. .11S4IUBUYER'S Shred rsots an tlw bci. "- ,)' lidloners T Norton, .Uo.... for the p.. t.EWIN I TRAV1I and C.usiy at JAYEIARRITT, I. Cw11CRRf it p, ITI llreen I.LAINM TIIA\I kla wife *IL. wltkln oilinontk
b. n.. I ..... 5-1 N11. 1U. Florida.
Cove .
and you ('41. NO. e..ieo Iprlnie and by VNRITIINN, INC, from tk timo.ff lie
or*r.Coirodqstill cnueo wkyIk flllnf th* orlflail' thereof with and DOIITHEKN IIREIiHOUND; flat pukllcailon of Ikl* nolle*
canto *k*,ld .r k* ranted TUB BRONX IAVIVOI BANKotrptratlon c Iso clerk *f th* Circuit Court of LINE ltilvllon, of arcykrund Tw eoele* of ..*.. .|*IM *r demand >
by o.r.ln. copy *f your wrl ortanlMd' and cilct. Csy CdII"tr' 1'1..1". t11 or be* irporetlon, a Cerporetlok), shall k. in wrltlat, tad
lion defence. If any noon Jame Sal lode coo Uw et Nw Tork.Plaintiff. fen .. '" Lr III lasgary l>fcndnl shell .lt* tk* .. at reeldtae*
T. Norton, attorney for tko po.tltlonor A. n' IMI, sod thai Thurdy nOTKM or HIT ...} poet ffie. addreo* 4 tk*
I al f. O So* ITI. Oroen Ih* llth .day of January A, P, TUB rrAin up rLA lalmant *nd ....alt' b....or* t.
GUIDE COT 1 I FlarMla. and byfllla JAILER fl NTkiiNEI sods WW- III* al I II oolork ru' on sill TOi IIAIUIY L 1C:Win TRAVII iy Ik* olalmant. til'* ...*!. or
the orltlaal tkor* f with I NIP r). ;I'I en4 data In Ih* Cruriroom of the end ELAINE I TRAVII kll ailornoy and ae *mpanl4 'k> 0
Ik* Clerk of Ike Clrcnlt Court of HERMAN: A. IIUMON and JA. Clay Connly' Cnurthouio' I nOreen wife, lleeldenro unknown, fllln* .fe*. rf *n* delUr ill iu.k
Clay Florid- or be.for COT'EUNB a. SIMMONS, rep" Cove Iprln, **. Florida, ha* You ANN. HEKKRT NOTIFIED: .''w a. dm.... ; net **.-rtl4
C.'r.t" .a.f .... ."'*. .keen. lot for the. nearlne of sold, thai. a cult .he! Jt.n.4 aaalaetorpnratlrn shall 10. void,
Hlllen aul >a, air. hcnby .
\O. JL IM4. are Jkal TkuredayWITHEII tLf.nasola.RovwM o- yeu .M "1"VJIIIITON: 'n. I 'lIbIIICIU1lD't'OO'fI
AtB OONPrnONIXQ BSTtBAOlS BeUL BSTATBTWIN 1 1 11rlla ./ osury A, D. titled te appear and how cause, and IO1 f'yHERN A. ....""ear. *f Its Latt win
I \ :: .Soo PM. 510011 .. scrrTHB If,any ytu may have why illold UHBTHOUND LINK: ((6lfllonof sot Toetamcnt of .
dais la Ctenr m .f tN TATS OP ,..1.ORIDA'I'OIIAI'EIt Million should not be fa- (Irevhound. Corporation. >)>, a eo* y1.L.AUIIAREILI''R052011.Plr.uslbiliout ,
MtUEtKERKFRffiERJkTION Clay Co..t" {'....'"e... toOrm.Orv.Iprio.lorid. klodWITNEM rporallon I Iko' above entitledrauiei
REALTY I ha.h..a 0. HUQHM. wkoecroeicence my hind and tile sod tkal, 0.5 I. till
PAUL'SAl ,la IMI ar*
Meiropoiitee Seal cold
of Court Ores Cove
IN M. $ f sell hereby u.'JlIM
i.l fee nf requlrtd I.
lit. your
: Oeorfle .
cove Iprlni Florid. Ibis' Ink
t tilde T. Nets iii11ed. Ilflea sod ire leo b.reby s.. : A'I"rNr.ID.A Hl'OHEl: who** ir of Do......"... AD ..... *..[ .u..nll..Jh.: .1
us oppose ccl 010w 0000. Iklc I cerve a
PSeldac. I le 1141 MetrepolllarAveaue .
Ra11otRENTAL If '.p.lltl.o-, ban wily ,,ho I B: Atlanta, Georgia I\IORI'III: ., CA"t.t'LID lip, harlot Ipoc Ibe plelntlf' tl('tnTD1'
Lorel BeTormfwi sell shish pat ho gre- YOU ARB HEREBY: NOTIFIED CI.II tao or plaintiff attorney, whose ,
l of circuit Court .1 and odd,.. I. A'RARCS.Y";
SAW I name let
SERVICES kind and lit Ikal e cull baa bee filed aealne: CI., Couoy Florida KO.I"'-''-.0 '
my : 1 APAMI a POATR
ACBBAOI tOTSSdrftef .. you ; ".II..TU MnCAIITHT.: '
coal .' cold Court In Oreon Cv J.1QlrILlNIl IM4YONS Hank OR.M r10" .
OfOB I &. M. .. 1 A. M. RwNetri0..11.111. COT INln... Florida, tkl' Slit aod kl wife le: Ik, .ecve ,tits 1 KB4IKIT FOR RIDS Jacksonville' plorMa.than ,. Rulldlef. .
1111 ...
". day cf Iwramkcr, AD. 1111.tCYnNwumolI ,.. and that are ... The' Board of County Commie Jaeuary I I. .
I II ea too
:_4 a bm...w >*> rely relolred t* file your Clay County will re- If you fall I0c a., fUrrcc DOROTI5.A'M. P0011.
S S.1RM.aRa.tree* Demi Oreoiev Off oLe I CARLIKLB p.,., will tke, Clerk elIkle I In effleo 1 el Clerk rf Pro ronrcieo will b* enter, *; a. I DefiPlostROTIC.
OowBtp Lip Circuit. ol.flay Court end le ..... Circuit Court, u un (51,51 you for Ike roustemen '

nbftM IM'ITM Norlk.WOrBBfo. Pork If..."? P5.T10NH I ( County' !H, PllrldSaD.plic Bokm, e eeiy Ikoreof upon Ike plaintiffrr January III I ** I o*clock, nil I'I.w for,, Monday, ed Th.In Ike astur..r, Comolalnl.*I.,ld, lull kelnf' or icrrTKB
plaintiff ntlorney, wkoecname printpane
1.It11N rba.21.0111APPUANCLS .
C1" for Ih fArerlxcurc .f r morl TATS Or rLOMIOA-Ttl'
I and adieu I 1.! ImltkElliott of twot' clreet* 'In Meo.owbroek
om. M4OII1OrmBfO H.H.4I.TW and Irkwalke. III Oars- lukdlvlilrn I Oroni Sale: nn the following 4 ci>rlke/; D...'...* M. |.oll
National Hank Bulldlnp Park. Florida.Ipoolflcciton. cclato ettuated' In Clay Ca. oils barker A.e.

BOATS Am .. M Boy M oTirn or I.T..TIO J TO Ja lit k rnvlle I. Fi..ridassl latercomplaint. may be y..noirefrom / 1I.'J.i Flxrl in. HiiRtNETTR<1*,' : It'BM TUU Norfolk Alt. MINIS' NOTtriBD'
this beta., .. Iii., tko Clerk I cf Clreilt' I Court,
TV APPLIANCE OrooB Or o SBHBM BBOirrBm PICTun.tRAMC If coo Coil. .. .. ... ...,.. or.Nafm.o CIr i County \ t a c r*..nrdli ..In list Hat a exit is..o filed aialnilyeii ,
,. ....... Bonk res. In Ike 5,000 entitled eaue*
'. I. kerocr live* thai will acalnclndd Tk Board I$" putt Cl.eoCeuny: -
SERVICEWe INLET MARINA CraOLSTtBT Ike'... under tk* prvlclone *. tae far Ibe ..rl..r.:::. I* I* reject/ soy pert or all kid*. ends WtTNCRaKTH of : Florida. and ad yu ar* kerekr rouulrod tooerto
m* han4 uptn plamtlfr* aturntr
of Ckaptor Kill, LaweW BOARD Of COt'NTT
Ito ..
tll. *.1! of sell Court at Or n wkoo name and addreee *ieearleroon
Flrrlda. Acte .1 Irsl will r* ( OMMIHIIONICRIICLAT :
BetMlr AS armed T1. Same f Ibe Poll Nloi .
Sad BostrirdMEBCCST filler with. the Clerk ef .evrMac CIa, Oontr A Z UPHOLSTERY Clroolt Coon. ,. 504 far Clay I for'i.o.r..1 in Vet II. Pate mortafa 10 l,recorded of- Rri lions U Carllclc, div(1EA1.of>)> \,*'', till, II ash 10,14. lo Soil.She, oay kill ..,, oontplalaln wblek I I.

For ....., Tom I Coo.ty Plat..1. Fsrlopoa" ....".. ire official' re.orbs of Clay c.* CI..k. "ltr 11./1.11f'1Ce tI.nnl'llll: t. rA"llIf." hi....... lo you A.rew'h, on *,
.f pcocf .
A 111 MBrBOBl ATBwt r..Irt, pall',. rlpltrn" fIle Ctrl. of Circuit hurtPees h.fer. Jasuser I, a\, .....
OrBBto ; .i".al.e II.1 M ( .,11.1.. H.nein fall of er deeree pr,
Oreem C.T.Man of TOP-A-kll'UlT. t. : koint aa blows. All I bet certain 1).uIP Curt ....
Rood. II. MIoMlokirt, Fl*. CHURCH NOTICES r. will bo colored .,alas.
and !
cltuato bolt In
..... IMI7MFUMU'rURS I/ M....... a Voe properly Clay Crunty, Florida more par 11.11.11sMAP ,.., for lao. relief.. prayed I* Ik*
. .
11II..1....".. r..rU. ,
Ikularly deecrlked e* folow CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Tad
Dry Stung jf |-|(> LM Eifki .U, Blk I Twr ll), .0TIf'P! or i M N. OfBJkti A_ ....... Win CANVAS WORK MIAIiAWBROOK.: Dell I. a.. lonrrrCor. BruiTFN: rirnriot I"*MI (WITNESS:' EALI JXVOBCB.

em11. pins 'keroef yocord* E. RoBetoa It A NUTICB II HEREOF (r1YEN ) : my k4 tnd Ik*
Grew 0... ....... IM4MI Fiat:: I end
BOAT TOPS A C'C8IUOMI8IJJIOOVDa ed in Book polls .
VJ. noaTWAT n soon that the underelaned under Ikeiravlilon sal of **I4 C* droeeiCo
1 ef ike ....... eubli* rexord N. Magnum Ate.O1EEN of .. rlofid.
ckptr '"
ACOOD1f7B110 OrMafoFmrk ..... M4MMMOBILE UAD1iffw F FARM LOANS ef Clay County PloyldaiToeoiktr COVE IFB1NOSFtOBIDA r awl rf Florida. Al* .ful'H ik .."I"'fo'..emker, A. &
.. will ell *tru lrc*
i iho
- wil I rag/she/ With Ik* flerk I *
rvnumnwith :sd tmprovcmcaia now end ( Circuit Court In and foe (iietiROB; ,. CARLIILB
BOMESMOBILE UM OU Comfort. _., .'."10' en eel4 land and fl,; (lar County, liat Florida lira C ... .
ED ACCOUNTING lurec eilafkod tkercte end ell DlelaklI.m. .000 yo.olpi ol "er of pukli.ellon ; Br Vl.lax Neltm
C h. BTMMELIAXLEY S TTVBEH rent*, ...... '.*.004., aod from Sikjeeli"CRRIinAN! of Iklc ..,f.. Ike. Inill.ouo 1 l>oplf Clerk'
fit. toeralpea4' t.
name of JAJ Iwap lob Erneel J. JMktAltorner
HOMES S DAIRY FAMM paid ercmUcc, ell ef what ere SCIENCE": I.orated on Hlenwcr II, for Plaintiff
..a1.Nwlfhis, Ik* for* olfd wed Mukdlvlein. h.ut* r.1'.I.. Ad4roeei,
TAX SERVICE S BANCHXSPABT.TDa *", *"|. tuid Ik: kahondunilkorof A ..... iBrtUUea If n...* 71, Orinc Park 11 Low Biokento. Bull"la,

UBNJ Kerubry Owner Wo kv .... or ...... TRIM SHOP S A loo rt.. water ale*, ill*o4 other.. eieejn keollwkl I.**. ed to ittemd OBP ......... ALBERT .OHN 1.'t..I.U JaekeeAtlll* Plertd. II.',hp

T K. Orange Are Oran COTO *.. yfrlecrll, ItlOinit
Fkotory .....* for T florCm 14M Wee Idkroild A..... OENEXAL FARMS plintMnt. ..M/ll.tlni.| rrrl,atl..
TeL IM-M11
....... .... hOt le ar.. .... Bet II sod power. oyoiema, maohlncc,
(.'". ... niterc*. .*. Voce
Personalized serviceAecow / ......... So ... W/ 1IM Pit.114.311 'Lonf Tormi. . no (***** wkl'k now er* or markorotftor

tB Now fad *|....... .. an. c... ....... ,peiAJty. peipsym.elPIDSIAL will ... .,pertol** soil.*. to.premleeo or ,b* .need even 1

tlnft A TsxR ew M .. BOckwep U Eoot.ST. Ili? l tiny be dctacke erdotejkaal r
:a .Nu .
: Win
fnrci $ N v.e *
JOHNS MOaULE BOMES.INC. b_ N .11 c. 00.4. BANK ASSOCUnONof wm>B.l my haul end tke
For AUTO TIITI% peel of sold Court el Oree Cove
Bu/inRI % OeJBeoMB peI.Rl. Florida, 111r/ dep
Firma TeL M4-I1I1 0... Coto SMB.MflLK and .| .......... A. D. IMt.
IndiridamltnATOtoon. till S.W. 1111tn.t
C art ...It I
..... ....... Nree/t/ Cosh

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Fair wares, good working condition and promotion ssellAE61STISEO

WOOOWOBK I is A malti-ftttory orruiiiAtion with

BASE e xp niion plAiu. Ilooiiin trsilAbU at modest REAL ESTATE IROKU

b OrooB OmTkiBlty. mmtOMPANY Did 284-9481 '? NO 3

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_1 "- ALL TYPES If you *r! wtUinf to work; eontset Mr. Jane t TOi H.OANGE AVI. CM!N COVE SMIMOJ

ab4.l. ....... or Mr. Hobfood, Taylor UobUo Horn, Inc.,

.... ......... tledore ,.,...CU. ..*. Rail Reynolds Industrial Park, Green Con Sprinci, c ; .

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-w".b.u." ,
r4 frtendi a very)joyoui i ,
end cheerful e ;
Chrtitmsi Sellon.BRADLEY'S

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s'appyelidayst up to

7 years to repay .

Compare the true ttmpU d.
DRUG STORE I ITW Of a PeA lot With,
the cost of other lance
Pont boy capital ImprevenoatanlM
N. Orenp Avenue 'Green Con Springs Town financed them M
Santa Clans Is shown above with a young man who appears cheaply u possible: FOR WW.
to be perfectly contented. In the background Chutes COST PCA fROOr! 8KBfarthaMi :
go4ns.od toter Snellgrove and Bath Rewls took on.
rredveele Credit
tout wiahu tod c Cic .,
, we Jf.4 wr ,AaeeeUtleB1M Ml.BdgeweeJ AtWMJaekaeajftOe 1.

e1/ *w tmtemtri with Mob */ .... fanes, ra the
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r? Orange Oreea Cove Springs
When we think of Christmas, we naturally think of :

tood cheer,happiness and, above all, coodwlll to men.

Never before In all hUtorr baa the quality,of food-

LS t' will been In such abort supply but the rule tine aea

eon li an excellent time to emphaalae 1U Importance.

The Chrlitmaa spirit, in the true semi,.meana, un-
selfishness! forglvenei of real or bnaclned wrong and I

genuine brotherhood among all men. 1rt
The general scene at the Green Cove Springs! Yam
That might like order in the troubled
seem a big
%, Company party show parents and children aa they enjoy f ir.
aa.afteraoon filled with Christmas spirit world of today, but at leaat we can make an effort, mas

and no honest effort la ever waited.
GCS Yarn Co. Christmas PartyThe
: Merry Chriattnaa and a mod prosperous Ittt.Mra. Joy

3rd annual Chrlitmai Ing-
Party given by the Oreen'Cove Each child nine yean old '
A. R. Moore
'and under
waa given a bag
Spring Yarn Company for ita
containing fruit bye, candy ,
employees and their famlllei
and games. waa a ape '"
Cheers was held last Sunday after. cia present for each child in
noon at'the Oreen Cove Spring the 10-12-year-old ago bracket Green Cove Spring. Florida
Junior High School auditorium This year there were door
ewe choral Some 000 parent and chile prizes for the employees and Joyful
dren attended the party. No 40 lucky people won a turkeyto Crtnetrnise8e
happy greeting and formal program was planned grace their Chrlatmaa table
heartfelt gratitude In a eon, of this year, but following buffet Allle :Sell, superintendent of onle he**
ChrUtir- '" fiod,rrlfl''''i and customers.MADYLEN'S refreshment, Santa Claua arrived the Oreen Cove Springs Yam tg.ekt gMn
at two cloak and re. Company felt the party went E77No se opportunity to xpreew
FLOWERS malned until about five o'clock off very well under the management I xI our gratitude)to our customer.
giving each child a chance to of Jack Oarrard assisted w %, e Our pleasant eaootetfanwhh
coo Omen St.. Green Cere Springs. lit on his Up and dlicuia what by members of the staff ', you I le ft privDeo ..,....;,
he or she hoped would be under Wives of the staff members
; the tree on Christmas mom.I assisted; at the buffet table.

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HOLIDAY CLOSING \ ; I May oH] the happiness and Joy of Jhls I

1I wondrous lime come to you and yours, I
HOURS i CgKtbtg your days witfi paact and ion* I

fenhiMnt.,And may* diCMfma bringo
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All Day M.. Dee. IT qvith duiataue
a e \ the love and hope to tveryone evel nwhere.
All Day Monday, I..., I : Star raaladlac tai ofr' j

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M. H'Ci & Penney Farms talus of Kentucky. Thy an
.. beaded for St. Petersburg to
.4peisi Maria BvtlerfMe PbM ........ rUlt a third latr. They found w
many Mends her*. Both Mesdames -
H CIF Th Rev. Prank M. Once women' chorua I vllle. They had anticipated Brown and Wright will

will preach the sermon Sunday I gathering of four generations retire In the fall and plan to 1011 ALL OURIIIIENOf
morning at 11 o'clock at The mldwek service and they hope this will be poe_ MtabUah residence with uiTh .
t' BEST Penney Memorial Church. The Wednesday Deo. St.wUl be led alble soon Re?. and Mr*. Lloyd L.
title he baa elected I* TChrUt by Mla Carrie Tarbell who will I T Nora hart summered with

1ER R'lCWaISTMA WISBES and the ',Lonely. E. UmerOoodman take a* bar subject "Th Mr. and Mr*. Paul L. John- thus aUter Mr. Carrie E-
: for t ,wlll aaftUt Th an. Bethlehem of the Heart" eon are enjoying a week'e visit Nelson bad them for supper i
them by the Choir will be from Mr. Johnaon'e daughter at the Quad and the Rev and ,
"Gloria In ExeeUl Deo. Th Art Club held it* annual Dorothy. MUi Johnaon la Phyaleal Un Raymond It. Gregory tn- 9t
t \ 'ChrKtma Party December U Education Instructor at tertalned them at dinner on
WRRTSTMLS At the Sunday erenlng MTV In the lecture room beginning Hood College In Predertck Md. Sunday
Ice at T o'clock a special mu* with. deeeert on table! tray by They will spend a few days In

teal treat await the attend candlelight Vproaroui hilarity St. Petersburg with Mr. John The Misses Alta L Crura and PAT'S'' HAIR STYLES
ant when Mn. Frederic Andrea accompanied played
fame ton's brother and Mr*. Johnsane Ira P. Hoover left Wednesdayfor
M vioUntet, and Mn. ErntAtkina and the ever-populu "Chrlit I
Zllaabeth: City, N. C. to Pat A Wayne
planUt. play two mu Preeent Swap" brought
ION* -
spend the holiday with three T.roaaIe
ta*. Their selections Include: groan and voted a big "thank Mr. and Mrs Harry Maley of NIle Hoover'e sisters
Crelg Sanata Op I in P major you" to the committee in of Parlbault Minn, arrived in
and Paure'e Op IS, In A major. charge: Gifts Mr*. Marjorie C. Penney Parma December ...
Thou who visit MHC find
Tinkler: Refreshments, Mia They were former residents. of
The Intarceuory prayer Olady L. Nichols. Th Rev the community. Atcompanyini the entire campus at both the ,

utb meeting tomorrow Friday) at and Mr. Percy R. Batehelor. them way their daughter Mr*. area with the cottage and thquadrangle
W tttJuppitil
rev 9:30 o'clock meet In the lee Miss Louise Bolleni and Mr. William von Liven of ,ArUng- fairly glows y tj kelUtyt, *
wl/)> rise. lure room of the church. Olive R. Norton Mrs Irvin W. ton Va.,who wu Joined by Mr. Christmas ieaon.1 Mihti for the
end; Foster general chairman and von LIven for the week-end
; fat Jtligbtl
Th Chriitmai the Displays of rich beauty meet =
,. eib., ff.s.v. Eve Vigil way In charge of game The croup accompanied the
Service will be held at 4:30: the eye in each corridor of the
''f Rev. and Mr A.a Earl tit.
: o'clock tomorrow In the church While Mill Barth Poy we Augustine and the Beach on ten sections of the quad: some
THIBAUirS,, PARKWAYPHARMICT anctuary. This 1* an Innovation pleased to have her niece Mr*. Sunday. with emphaali upon the iplrlt r
for M. H. C. and will feature Berkeley Robin, a* guilt for ual significance with I the
BAKERTWalnat special music. Mr. OlenV. dinner at the cafeteria on the The Rev and Mr. Alfred creche or the puts, the Mo
Street w.1II. Street Bailey, soprano will use a* llth. she was a bit dlaappolnt- O. Hempstead will meet their ravtan custom, a* displayed In
.. Oren ,c.,. Spring Greta ten Spring.wislas her solo the hymn "Hark A ed that Mn. Robin we unable daughter In Miami who noises the home of the resident PhrIIcllDo 1 y
Voice from Yonder Manger" to bring her daughter and from ; Dr.'A. David Thaeler
Auburn Main wU
k )t>>tJt _ _1 Selection will be heard by the granddaughter from JackeonI spend ChrUUna In Nassau They and Jr. and Mr. Thaeler. ,
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th* Bahamas and later will Others portray the gayness
visit the Key* of Southern of the eeaeon with nlndee II, err hawteee
Florida before returning Dee and eatnt Nicholas: beautifully; /.......1 Ibedlle
31. decorated treat are much In L'f ,.,. .....,.,
J. SLATER SMITH evidence for all to IM ae In leg sw give

Mlae Cards Tarbell and Mr*. the social hall of the Quad A tl ds fie II ea
May C. Orr had M their guests and the "Bird Cage" or breetewty. I ....,. iJawiyaCOOPER'S
INSURANCE Mr. and Mr* Robert Smith -
ixe AGENCY and daughter. Mr. Smith tl a .
., rr hulga graduate of Gordon College FLOWER SHOP
and Divinity School where Mr*. ,
Nto Orr and Mia Terbell taught
111 before retirement The Smith' ,

tt NORTH.ORANGE AVENUE are missionaries under the La
Un American Mission to Cotta
s ry Rica and were on their way to "
visit their parent In St. Pet --" k6i.t'-
raburg.. Later they will fly
.t'V from Miami to Cats Rica. IY \ !

? r.mTMOOSEHEAD FIRE AUTO HOME MARINE Oren R..Wggener, Instructor p Peace on Earth,
I In oil painting, 1* presently Good Will

OCS Ill-IMS CONG. IM-SMI visiting loin d.urMer.1Id vamUy -
INN Ovw ,
In Lockport N. Y. He will be Toward Men.
doing tome art work for his
Tesn std 1M
home church In Lockport ,In
Orange Par'FIerWa preperatlon for their obiervenee At.!t''"/)i.ope.the

of their ItOth tnnlveriary. Mr ,
end the hove
Wtggener also eipeet to ,doom peace
Merry Christmas j work for the church In that ll Chtlitmurtmtla
Rockville Center before hi return
January 11 wlia you
0 p "aMill Ril Jock ..#*>
{ Wollv
4t , sad you dies ones
0 Mn. Noel C. Carr enter

0e tamed her daughter, Mr. John forever sad tver.R .
Smith of Concord N. c.. for
.......1 day before the Chrtit-
ma holiday Mn. Smith cam
a* a holiday turprU for her BlACK CREEK SERVICE STATION
mother and return to prepare
for her !family Christmas lallk aM Wsade Ice"k

S.. preparation. THR :

Mr Kathertne-Teed and E, SCOTT'SHARRY '

MUe Martha Bemen will spend

af0 Christmas In St. .

spite of Inclement weather ((

Mr. Such C. Brown and
her 1Ittt. Mn. Katherlne C. (CJtltisrMas
Wright were accorded that
er eharacurUU welcome a* they
came a* potential residents to .
r Investigate Memorial Home t ). JoY

Community. Mr, Brow and
her tmeband were for many I
ran In charge of the Rhode
ref 1Hs .1 l.w,
__,_,. jirvt..f,. . '. ,r., f CIr1f..e, stand Baptist' Home; the U ( ,leers's hoping Santa Icms all the
now widowed serving ae nurse
end dietitian at the Alice Lloyd dreams of our loyal! pitronimy In bright

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PAGEANT AT From Charlotte, North Carolina These institutions a' well u .
f'ISCOPALCHUECH Mr. Marshall Courtneywill others are well represented.' .
arrive soon to I visit his
,At 'o'clock on Christmss Andrews College: Susanne ( '
IOn and daughter-in-law, Mr. CLOSEDCHRISTMAS
Eve, Grace t Episcopal Church and Mrs William Courtney, and ,Michel Early;' ,Auburn ,
will have a Children's Pageant '
Nicholas Ware
The Courtneys are also look University; ;
and party for the young people
ing forward over the holiday Berry College: Robert Dom; *. _
of the parish Holy Communion
season to the arrival also of DAY
will ,be celebrated, at Charity Hospital School of
Mr. 'and Mrs Charles Brown,
11 o'clock that evening with Nursing New Orleans: Shirley -
Mrs Brown is the former Cln-
a:sermon and special Chriit- Fromhart;' Converse Col.
da Courtney. They now make
ttas imulo and on the morning their home at Chapel Hill loge: Cindy Archibald;,'David t _
of the 3gth.Holy Communionat
where Charles is at the Law Llpscomb: Diane Pearson;
I A. M. School of the University of Episcopal High School: Sydney GRADE "A"' 'QUICK FROZEN OVEN READY YOUNG
On Channel 12 at 10 A. M. North Carolina. .
Oervln Florida
the day after Christmas the ; Central
service of the church will be Academy; Billy Parramore;
televised In color. The regular I Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Pen. Florida Southern College: Linda &
dleton of Westbrook, Connecticut
morning prayer usually held at and Barbara Duncan, A TURKEYS
who lived in
once Orange
that hour has been scheduled I Elaine 1 I Center; Florida
Park, and their children, Nick
members return home and
can State University! : Patricia Robertson
Jr. Hilda, and Mimi, will spend \I
for 0 A. M. so that church Ray Moore Helen '
the Yuletide with her mother,
witch I the services television

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Shaw, Dick McOrlffln; Harvard -
Mrs Brooks McCrory on West.
also. field Road In Jacksonville, University: James Mar- FOR GIFTS AP enlek lessen even ready yemg Twkeys an bred especially to prevlde plenty ef sweet, Ml fie-
They will be aCcompanied on tin; Jacksonville University: vored while meat limp, tender drumsticks I to'assure. risk .....Iea. dark neat and Islet sty
OAT CHRISTMAS WEEK' the trip south by Mr. pendle.ton' James Brady Jr., Alice Olden, I THAT CHEER light meat, too!' Millions depend .. AP Twkeys let Chrlstmae dtaetrs year,after yearl Came early -
sister, Miss Andrea Pendletoa. Walter Weaver Jr.;.Lake 'City, elect your AT Turkey and .. Chlstuae yraH he glad yea did.II .
P., Junior College: John OlllllandJr
The visitors will spend
Christmas week will be a gay some time also with Mrs. Pen- .: Middle Georgia"College: .
one for ,the young people of die ton's. grandmother, Mrs: Tyson Edalgo;'St. Johns JunIor
our town. At the Golden Ball Malcolm,McCror' College: George Center m, :
),'on Doctors lSaIe4
on December 27, in the Civic Lake Drive. Skip Holman Robert Ken. I ..... ANDOVER i. .... A UNDER it LBS
Center MIll Patricia Robertsonand drlck, Larry. Jan and Dick
'M l 1st Katherine Devine Rockwood Alice Turbeville, I
will be presented. Many partiesin A joyful family reunion will Barbara Eppert, Libby Hlggln- c
honor of these two girls be celebrated'in the home of ,botham Jimmy Wlesengleld, .
have been arranged Mrs. !Mrs Henry Farrow of Elbow Robert Cassaday; South Georgia 3'9c43
George Marcellus will entertain Road She II eagerly awaiting College:'Barbara Elphlck; :
with an Eggnog Party In the arrival of her nephew, Lt. Southwestern University: l LB.
her home on.Wonder Lane at RVP. Davis,,and his wife and Katherine Devine; Stephen
o'clock; on December 31.;On Infant son, R P. m. a few days College: Jeanie Massee.: 'University
December 26; Miss Jan' Rock.' befort Christmas They will be of Florida:' John Le
wood will be hostess In honorof joined 'by another''nephew, Lt. Sage Robert 'Rosenberger, KM:. .;,'.
Katherine and Patricia and Alden Davis, also from Not- Gina TImmer, Louis St. Pe- "
other,young ladles who were folk; and a niece'and her husband tery Jr., Rose and Martha Frcsen SaaB I .. Ik. Afg,., GradcAFrcem

presented during past years. ,' Mr. .and Mrs. ,Henry Graves, Joan Oorskl, Donald TURKEYS ft. ........... Me CAPON: I to 1.a. ..,. fir IN
Mrs. Thomas McTammanyand Thomasson, and baby, Alden. Ryce,'Wallle Tarr Larry and
.. ..m'. .... 11-11 ft. Grade A Freaen Island
Miss Carol Mathews will It will be a happy occasion for Leonard Schlomer, Pent Drane, Lent
entertain with 'a brunch on all the relatives Cheryl Byrne; University of 'TURKEYS, ft. .......... 4PS I DUCKS, 4 ... P-l. erg .ft ..ItJr.I.m'l
December 27, at 10 SO. Mrs. and Wofford
: Georgia Bagwell
Staffed t-ll ft erg Grade A rreera 1 to I ft evf
Edward N. sen'and Miss Barbara University of Miami f Allen
Duncan will have ,a STUDENTS HOME FOR > Folklns; University of South 'TURKEYS, ft. .......... lie 01.111. ft. .............. IPs,

breakfast In the early morning CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS Florida: Charles Ware, Barbara ,IftCULI GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN-RAKING
after the Golden Ball.And College and Prep-aehooJ, students Tural; Wesleyan College:
thlTum.T\Im'HoUM; will be are descending upon our Gail Mallory; Winthrop College AAP WHOLE OR gTWNED 4-S ft erg
the setting for'a luncheon on town in hordes It is a joy to :' Kay Darsey, Margaret E. S 39c
December 29, given by Mrs I see these young people at Holmes, Nancy Stoudemire, .H LB. . .
Charles P. Holmes "and her church,' on the street, and at Georgia: Dun 0 a n Newkirk' ; CRANBERRY . ,
daughter, Margaret. various social gatherings College:, Peter Klrlll Jr. SUPER RIGHT' 81HAMS COOKED

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Saeetal Ftp't Heavy Dtty Ahuntaram Special! Very Your. Trader Special,AT Fhmre An Page CaheJfOSa a-.:::.
the Christ. Child.let us remember especially the' WONDER FOIL 15-ft nak Le Celt'by; 1-b.. ear .-..... 1.. 4 lftee, pigs .. .. .

hope that was born anew and the lava that filled the world Special! All Flame l-,.. 14-ee eaa Special AAP Grade A l-ft.C-.. ear Spcdal AS Fh\fcr .....-. I Rha.....Ne.a.r tN

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.on that first Christmas.May their light shine today, Special! AP Grade A .elal! ......... Whele 1-_" \.1, Duds Cryetal CwUee toacr.1 .... .t'.... ass w.'

and FRUIT COCKTAIL. S 1-U cane IPs PICKLED. PEACHES. Jar .._.! SPe, SUGAR ,I.I. bane ........ S '.-.,.
fO that peace understanding prevail amongmen.; <

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Doctors kite she had .had ,when they frosted panes. The children meant. the window. Imperfectly, Mary
Inlet: How' I < 9NE HAPPY.WISH' had buried her mother were there were just like herself Some strange people were suddenly thought Santa belonged *
By'BETSY GRONEK tone; the last of them for food only they wore fur hats and there. How could she go to the girl. her new
I \ . how many days ago' warm coats and their faces hornet friend's mother.
Did It Get Its Name? The cobblestone streets were putting their faith In Ole saint As she came close to the sparkled and glistened with Joy < As she turned to to, she She drew herself up proudly
glazed with Ice. Store windows I! Nick, waited to ail on his lap store with Santa enthroned In u they talked to Santa. heard a voice say: "Wal,," and climbed onto Santa's lap
were toned with trait and U and hear the happy phrase: I the window, she pulled againat "If I could only to In," she A girl her age looked at her. looking fearfully Into his face.
was hard to Me In them.It ("And what do you want?" her crucifix dreaming It thought "If I could only alton She was dressed In furs and ''It was, as she saw It closely,
was Christmas Eve I|I I everything was happy, everyone might produce a beautiful) his lap. I don't really need on her lapel was a heavy gold wonderfully loving.
A few, mostly: men and women waiting for a wonderful dress, a doll and a huge ham to eat I dont went those cross. And what do you want, my
till ran around doing last Christmas, for the, annual arrival burger, dresses He will love me Theta "My mother should not have child!" he said to her.
minute shopping. The whole i of Santa, and his reindeer Approaching Santa she all I want To be loved ThenI been rude to."you," she said "Santa, would you Use ma?"
atmosphere was of ornaments i .fl but one, a little tlrl. thought If only she could talk will be safe and I wont needa "What Is your name'" As he put his hand In hers,
.I and music In the small town's I She was a small child, perhaps to hIm, If only ., if only . pretty dress or, or a piece of "My, name Is Mary the she clasped It, her tiny thumb
tores. i seven yean old. For her If only he, Santa, would fatback. If he would give me a little girl told her, shivering digging! deep In a scar In his
In the midst of them all was ace she was lovely. She was take the crucifix, but Santa .V . give me a . kiss, like with fear and cold .palm. .'
ore that specialized In toys 'frail and her face small. But would surely give her a lovely Daddy did . ," "I just wanted to talk to He looked down on her and
and children's clothes In the her red hair was messed, her dress and a warm cost and Squaring her shoulders she Santa" Mary added, not said: "Ood loves you be happy ;
center of 1U bit window was a face dirty and her lets and something to eat . and love walked Into the glittering store. knowing whether she should my child."
treat throne with a Jolly San hands chapped and muddy She had not take ten steps flee or dare the old woman. It Clinging to his hand.with
a U'Claus:'his white beard off. As it grew darker the lithe her.Oh, she thought he would Into the building when an old only she could feel the safetyof his wet lips oa her: forehead
settlni his red costume. His girl In the torn, muddy drew, love her If only he would love woman, dressed In furs, lookedat Santa for a moment there she passed through all feeling "
throne was surrounded by a clung to a tiny onyx crucifix her, she could to ,without the her dirty face and legs and would never ever, be another And Santa looked at the l
lUtterlnr Pile. of presents and that hung from a strtnt-llki dress and food and toed She told her to to home. small body In his arms As He 1
1.I candles. told strand around her neck only needed to be loved. Home? fear.The girl\ took her by the kissed\ her again, He knew she '
Inside, a line of children. The three or four other trine She looked In.through the The child wondered what she hand and led her to Santa In was hsppy.i .
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iw name for then w ke named <<<.< ta lwiUU11iy.*aaA a1 ws << '.a w1
for the doe The other theory
Doctor's IDJ ,'1 vest office which has only recently be* 1s' that there was once a rest .
sew approachable by the ftnereelty. of the Stale ReadDept. home at Hlbernia. Its patients I
I Far eeasens .. sad the town's kuliees h.b wu ear tot off the train at Doctors Inlet ,
'rotnded. by eman ponds (.Ia rainy weather) er hillocks ('Ia because so many doctors 1 w
try weather). came to meet their patients. f l l9
Then there's another theory, +
Washington confesses his Oear.father was Oeorte put forward by Mr. Houston'scousin e
lire Annie Lovett, thatthe e
Houston, who pronounces his lake and the Inlet were so 1 e
name House-ton thinks there named because a doctor wu ( v e
may be some relationship, way one drowned In the lake
back, to the redoubtable Sam James Madison Houston has
who pronounced It Hewston eicht yean to to before retire' -
like the' aub01 Johnson ment. In the meantime his +
City.A.' plans Include a lot of work.
third feneratlon Floridian, angling about once every five 1
Mr. Houston bunt any Ides years . and no vacations, not
why he waent named John far from home.
Mama or James J. Polk Hous
lanes 'Madieea HeMtoaHewstan ton. His father was a farmer
( )) peetnuster blacksmith who moved to
Dee..,.. Inlet eemee f..* a Doctors Inlet and worked for "Glory to Ood In the highest .
family that tends .. Preel*, some time at one of two brick and on earth peace among
dentlal aemes. His father men with whom He ls pleased"Tile
plants then opera Un, there.
wae Geer,. Washington After a stint In Jacksonville, U bow the Utest versionof /&ct4ttFe.
B....... Mr. Houston moved back toDoctol'l the Bible translates Luke
Il.-a: change from the fa*
23 years MO.
Unlaces you live In Doctors Since then he has bad .oat mlllar "and on earth peace,
Inlet 'you might! think that vacation away from Ms home good will to men"

James Madison Houston had community. .'< and tone flab. tCt(
the fanciest moniker in the Int a total of four UIn...
County. As a matter of fact Hobbles BEST'WISHES t I
they to strong for presidential As a member of one of.the .
You and Tours
names there. old families la Doctors Inlet, For '
The father of the Postmaster bow did It tt IU same! From t.
of Doctors Inlet was Oeorte Well, he says, there are two "
Washington Houston And a theories.\ The first U that a THE CLAY COUNTY e r ,
fellow who guides you around doctor, many years back, lived CRESCENT & STAFF e1 e
the community trying\ to find on the lake that Is now Doe. ,
out who named Doctors Inlet ton Lake and the Inlet took :+ t.

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terest in the girls at the own big Christmas tree oa
I WESLEY SONGWRITER Business Professional Wom
DISH-WASHING Charles Wesley, brother of PARENTS DAY IS EARLY CHRISTMASFOR en's Club all these have their School through their project Christmas Eve where,they, will
besides the gifts from
i John Wesley, wrote the wordsto Christmas luncheon or dinner "FrIends, Inc" will have their I find
a When all the fi.m1l1.athera In a bunch 'HarkI I The Herald Angels OCALA GIRLS '''SCHOOL INMATESThough at the School and at each the own Children's,C hr 1st mas their' families and friends a
Then know it i Urns for lunch, and'th. have number' of very lovely gift
you sEven Sing I" in 1730 In his first version program is given by the stu Party there girls ;
the dog who is sometimes vicious the carol began "Hirk .the schedule, of child Christmas shopping," dents. prepared an elaborate program ;I sometimes as ,many as four
Would agree the food Is delicious. I when most of the characters apiece, sent by the Business *
how all the welkin rings, according Christmas. acuities began Mrs. Alyce D. McPherson superintendent Other appearances of the
to World Book Encyclopedia earlier at the Florida I School said. This chorus off campus were at the from the Mother Goose books Professional Women's Clubs
The meal over; You sit back in a chair for Olrls at Ocala Florida'straining amount we think might be I Visitors Center and Florida and Grimes' Fairy stories will from all over the State, this
You are satisfied you don't have a care. ,school for girls adjudicated within the reach of all the parents I National Bank be stepping out of the pages Federation sponsors the Girls
You don't even notice the cute wise-cracks. to entertain the little ones. School as their state project.
FIRST CARDS SOLD delinquent by the though; of course, some Ocala Junior Woman's Club
,All you want to do is just relax Christmas( cards' were first Juvenile courts no day could send twenty-five as easily I.which takes an especial In- I The girls will have their Mrs. Dorothy B. Alexander

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'As Mother stacks the plates UP. English publishing house in even Christmas Day, will bring amount-and how they love
Including every spoon and CUP. the 1860s They carried such the joy that Sunday, Dec 12, that shopping expedition." For
Abruptly, you get the message, "Oh-mygeegosh" designs as Jolly old gentlemen Parents Day; brought to the those whose parents cannot or
Why do people eat I've got dishes to wash." (who might have been Santa students That was when the do not send five dollars, this
forebears),plum pudding, holly families came from points as amount is given them from a err
Wllda Russell
T. and mistletoe. far away as Pensacola and Mi- fund donated far the purpose % .
ami to be with their youngsters. each year by two Ocala men.
tR ttt( "ttCt( tttttttttt.I It is known ahead of time
The weather was Ideal for which girls will not have com
plcnlo: on the grounds Happy pany and these are assigned Christmas :
fiy $ 1 laughter echoed over the Campus the most glamorous or the
from scores Of groups of most useful tasks for the day.
P the 340 registered guests aU In putting forth effort to make
from the Immediate families of the day pleasant for the VIsitors
SincerpGood' the 135 girls now in residenceat their own disappointment
i' the school Is somewhat alleviated. ,
Each family brought gifts Several former' student
t d ii and each girl! had made, or, on came with their parents to see
J a special shopping expeditionto younger sisters "Their attitudes -
town, bought gifts for her are ones of understand .a.
family* "Each .family is askedto ing" Mrs McPherson ob .
p provide Jive dollars for the '
Holt HnfL served, "rather than condemning
ones One who flrtshes
school after she left here and
ABOUT TREES , I now has a good position In a
Wi hes .
the bank told me she hoped her
On night Christ: was
sister would adjust and gain
born; legend says, all the trees
began' as much as she had from her
burst into bloom.hUl'
many stories about the Christmas stay here,"
tree. Inasmuch as the chapel is
toAll !
Early folk tales 'described a not a Urge one, two Identical
huge tree ia the midst of a forest pageants were staged by the
The tree.held many candles students While half the visitors

some straight, some up- attended the others spent y e
side.down. At the' top wss an the hour visiting their chil
Infant with a halo around his dren's houseparents in the 16-
head. girl cottages and seeing the
It was believed that the tree types of home living the
represented humanity The youngsters have there-doing
:Rank you, dear friends and customers, for candles,:up and down, symbolized their own housekeeping, laundry ttjbftt uflUw join taortljtr to Ittqjhtrr
people, good and bad. The and cooking under the supervision
the generous measure of partonage you extended to us Infant was the Christ child. of the housemother ana aong.'It'll Ifa* lime wfa.m tot raitnt our UfutagBianb

throughout the past You have made it our most The girls who form the
year. choir and the chorus had many Bljarr our nooo iortunris ttttfa rUnii unh atrannrr. tllir. -

successful ever, and it is with sincere gratitude and "MESSIAH" WRITTEN Invitations to sing off campus .
WITHIN SI DAYS' this year, beginning with the .,In llir trot CChrWmaji; traoitlott, w 'a 1U* to rx-
pleasure That we wish you the finest of everthing, "The Messiah" oratorio a Wllllston Baptist Church on
trod ana but tnUlfr for tfmg i ie. sej
Christmas tradition, was composed Dec. r: Ocala Rotary Optom- gou gout, our
always. Merry Christmas! by' George ,,Frederick fits Silver Springs lion, Wesleyan -
Handel in only IS days, accord- Service'Oulld, Ocala Lions -
ins to World Book Encyclopedia Club,Fort King !Lions Welcome -
SAN LEBRYDO LUMBER COMPANY It was first performed in Wagon Group Christian TAYLOR MOBILE HOMES I II
1742 in Dublin. A year later Church Group Lake Weir Ki- I
MIDDLEBURO FLORIDA King George n set the customof wan I I., Methodist WBC.B, I GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDAOiTltrifflirietftaTlsriC :
standing. during, the oratorio Ocala Exchange Club, Ocala
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REVENUE RECEIPTS ber we transferred 13.4 million CAROLING CARDTELL 'I
to the intangible tax fund.

FOR FIRST FIVE MONTHS undoubtedly"Th county tax have collector large [ AS OLD AS CHRISTMAS ITSELF Christmas Th tradition card of 1 t. a exchanging charming SUITABLE GIFTS FOR INFANT KINGIn I

8Ut general refenue fund the Coinptroller'i Office and amount of money collected Christmas caroling I II almost! herds Watched Their Flocks by >part> of the Joyous holiday, New Testament history, so, readily apparent. Actually
month receipt of for the the fiscal first five made public today by Dickin from intangible taxes in No- a* old a* Chrlstma Itself Night* written in 1703 by Na- and It ha a history of Its own. St. Matthew describe the frankincense and myrrh were)
year son showed there was 138,576.- vember. It to expected that hum Tat, was set to music One of the most Interesting costly Item la the Urn of
first all Christmas
reached 173. though not in the form we of gift*-
million according 171 transferred from the fund they will remit a sufficient taken from "Biro*," an opera part of that history to the way Christ and they are still cost
to State Comptroller Fred to the working capital fund, amount to replace the amountof know it. by HandeLNo that greeting cards serve to gold, frankincense and myrrh ly. Both 'are resin used In
,O. Dickinson. leaving a balance of IM.Hl- the transfers which were An early historian wrote that one knows who wrote record changing social cus After th* wise men had kneltat making Incense, surviving today
In's'rtport on the statue of 731, after the start of the current mad into the general revenue in the Second Century the "The First NoeL" It first ap- toms manner and fashions the manger he tell u*, they at many Christina altar.
the ,general revenue fund, fiscal year.' fund. bishop of Rom urged bit people wared In print ta 1)33 in a through the years, points out opened their treasure to select A* further evidence that
Comptroller Dickinson alto Dickinson explained that one "W also expect to collect book called "Christmas Carol Miss ,Esther Mooney, curatorof these pedal offering for the frankincense and myrrh were
noted a sharp Increase In the reason for the build up in the approximately million in the to sing 'In celebration Ancient and Modern," and to the Norcross Inc., greeting newborn babe of Bethlehem. precious treasure, worthy gift
general- menu fund balance. balance u of December < was general revenue fund from our lord.1 Christmas hymnsgo believed to be very old. card collection To the modern mind, gold for an Infant King, there 1* the
Dickinson said the general the result of some deposit* cigarette taxes resulting from back to the Fifth. Cen'IU'J.1 The author of "Ood Rest T* For Instance, an English U Instantly recognizable a* a old poem which expressed the
revenue fund balance u of December from sales tax revenue being In sales outside municipalities. when most of them were written Kerry, Gentlemen," also to unknown card of 16>3 shows the formality treasure, but the value of ancient belief thai "Incense
,' WM 113,81,806. That transit when the November 10 "With those expected sddl- in Latin .but he lived before existed between parents frankincense and myrrh U not own a deity nigh. \,
to more than double the bal. balance of 88.3 million was re alone in Income, and the returnof St. Francis of Maui "I Is regarded Shakespeare and children during the Vic-
once ot, the 16,231,460 In the corded. the transfer funds, w* can I a* the father of carol So U you should go caroling torlan era.'' Here, a little girl ,
fund:'in November, Dtcklntonreported. Dickinson also said "in order expect to maintain December ing a* we know. It, according this Christmas season think of kneels solemnly at her moth
to meet the social security equalutatlone transfer at''a to World Book Encyclopedia. other caroler of yean gone by, er' knee sedately offering her
The tummary of the general I payment to the federal government minimum level. In 1333, St. Francis placed a of the people of Charles Dicken a Christmas bouquet, with the
fvenue'account! prepared by In August and Novemi There wer* ,equalisation ere e h. (miniature Nativity *' Urn In their beaver hat wish, "Ma, your life b* a
.-.---- -- -. transfer of 630 million scene), In a hermitage One. and cutaway 'coat; of English Merry Christmas."
I through November 10, to bo). ehlo,, Italy. villager In hoe and Jerkins, Modern cards take a livelier,
Ur the actual general revenue After this many churches of good St. Francis, and of more light-hearted approach.
fund receipt of ,112,1s"81. began displaying a Nativity the priest ef the time of Even earlier, greeting card began
Thee two sources provided I scene at Christmas and soon the Christian Roman Empire to reflect an easier sort of GcolerrBIN tllelt
Cns t0 RH in total the of general 1334.641,731 available led people began acting out who, before caroling a* w* filial relationship. Declares a . voices Ice base anti
revenue fund the Christmas story The acton know it existed sang "In celebration ,1930 card: "3 cheer 4 a Merry I
Against raise to tltanlrl
that Dickinson we
ours to'
reported composed carols to sing of our Wed" Chrtitmai and you Dad I"
J4 fJce authorized, state disbursements agencies were of with their Nativity plays and ill DE yotr, nutcugtomenfor
eN't after the play they would
1316,603470 between July I I stroll down the street slnitni

and December 1. In that born.way,' .treet' carolingwas M Jaime

Joseph Mohr, a pastor toOmendorf
Austria, composed Cktasf
-Still Neoht" or "Silent
YULE SPIRIT Night," on Chrlstma Eve,
r 1811. Fran Oruber, the local 9I'
"Merry ChrlstmssT Not always schoolmaster and organist
according to torn ancient composed the music the same I
bellefe one associated day, and the hymn was sung
with the day. for the first time at Midnight
Take, for Instance, th old Mass that night. -
st r 1hef belief that cattle and other Charles Wesley, brother of
stable animal Wire given the John Wesley, wrote "Hark I
power of speech on Christmas The Herald Angel Sing I" In ,
z Iv*. 173', Phillip. Brook, a noted
t Any person who heard the Boston clergyman, wrote "O ?
animal speak would die within Little Town of Bethlehem" In ) J1L 11
I year, so superstition said. ISIS after visiting Bethlehem.
) Somber omens of death were Though not a carol, Han
GREEN COVE COCA-COLA BUG CO read Into still other Yuletide del' nob I* "Messiah- Is i a The
legend*. When the Yule log Christina tradition. It first Dells are Merrily '
0,... Cev IsrtagsA burned bystander were told was performed la Dublin in rincUg with' joyous .***.
to watch the shadow on the 1743 "Joy to the World of geed eWer to krlnf tee,
wall. If the shadow of any written In the early 11th Century tar ctntoMT*. special greeting ,
person appeared to be head by Isaao Watt, was set the. '011' .". __.'.' *M,,.>V you."
supposedly meant
r to the musk of! a segment of
death for thoee persona, again. "
rte "Messiah. "While Bhep- '
Bait was also said to have
the power of forerssttnt life FLORIDA WHITECHRISTMAS Ill X. Orange Ave. Oreen Ceve Spring Weed ... Geese Cev ''rlngtF ,
l Gv or death, when used In connection k
with Christmas. Th "III/IIII/IIIIf/111nI1 I .llllli1M1I1// wvr......,.........
test could be made by leaving
a small amount of salt on the
table on Christmas Ive. If the POPULAR DREAM
alt melted during the night
that too, meant death within From letter pouring into the
II month. Florida Pert Board emcee in
i If the salt remained ua- TaIIIJwafe, folk In the rest
melted, the forecast wu for a of the italics ar* dreaming of
lone a different kind. of whit
life.T Chrtstms than the en de
scribed In the famous song.Th .
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letter writers are spending
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Occur are State Park Director sill I ,
used by the thousand
CHILD WAS BORN year on Christmas' cards. every Miller report that hundred I er.
of totter asking for Information I .
HI DfVIJIfTID'I'01I' on camping In i Florida I
HU glad tidig ofSi KrtJl lift Sir Cue Newton English Slat Perk during the Christ

/on i.At iva u.,[ 0'..... M'r t11/Joys phytlst, mathematician phi- mu holidays com to Florida\
Ioophr greeted his first calved within th past few '
0'tAt. CAr fmu &,Nllr foryon. Christmas, and bit first day, week 't
In Lincolnshire, England In Miltor said families art taking I
': HELM FUNERAL HOMEOreea 1643.Frail advantage of school Christma \ -
and sickly a* a youth holiday to comes Florid 'W.
Cave srligi he: dvoud many boyhood December for a different and, a* one '.'
I I'I to inventing and making writer put .It, "non-ecmmer I
*MaM II I ChrUtma toy. cial" Chrlstma
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*3Wfc&S I the entire United States;
FAMOUS PEOPLE CAll During World War 'X, the
Salvation Army' lassies under
i YULE THEIR BIRTHDAYA : her Jurisdiction spent Christ
mil as well as many other
young farmers wife in Day In 1831. It was her warm days ministering to the
England gave birth to a son In thoughts of Christmas that I I, needs of American doughboys:
1643. In 1121 a baby girl was led her when she act oft to In France'The word"dough
I born In the MauachuMtta vU visit her brother a prisoner boy stems from the celebrated
I lags of Oxford. In 1885 the during the Civil War to offer Salvation Army doughnut,
I wife of a militant Chrlitlan to take presents not only to a World War I staple
I crusader gave birth to her him but to the prisoner relatives I
fourth daughter. And In 1883 of all her Oxford Mass.,
p M,1M e1, A a r1 I In Part, an arttst'a model bore neighbors, Christmas-born child
cheer in his
I had little life on
a baby boy. Subsequently Clara Barton
holidays or otherwise This was 1 1CEICER'S
I What did these four birth was Instrumental In founding ,
the French painter Maurice
I have In comment In each case, the American Red Cross and
Utrtllo, born on December 25, r
I the child was born on Christ : served as Its president for 1883.

1 \t'e1T' I mat Day and grew up to become many yean Son of an unknown father
a famous person. AccordIng -
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to the
Book of Knowledge
these well-known "Chrl.tmubabl Born,,on Christmas Day in for many of the Montmartre
,," were Clara Barton 1865 Evangellne Booth' was brush welders of her time __ I
/ I the fourth daughter of the young Maurice was shy and
Evangellne Booth, Maurice
tJtrtUo and Sir Isaac Newton Salvation Army founder, William withdrawn, not only in childhood STORE
I Booth By the age of 23, but throughout his life. ,
I FOUNDER OF BED CROSS she was head of the Salvation Ironically,' reproductions of Walnut Sint Green Springs
r I Clara Barton, Civil War Army in London, and in not many of his paintings, partle-
nurse, was born on Christmas, she took over operations for (Continued Oa Next Pare)
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