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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 37; NO. 17 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1963 BA.\IPLE COPT 10 CENTS PER COPY

u. of F. Main Llbr&I'Y.
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It:, State Acquires GCS Naval Base





BULLETINThe

f General Services Administration has recommendedthat

4 250 Year Old Fort Winning SpeakersRobert Land Judging Champs the United Stataes government sell the abandonned

Naval installation at Green Cove Springs to the State of


Florida.Ralph Deede. chief of GSA at Atlanta, confirmed late
Lies Seven Miles
,-,,*, > Thursday that he had recommended to GSA headquarters in
Washington that the State's offer be accepted.

it ;. High State officials In Tallahassee could not be reached
j South Of Green Cove w #:;'f't. a F late last (Thursday) night.It .

r is expected that as soon as the legal waiting periodof

> '.. 30 days is over the County will be on the uptrend.
MELDA the main east-west road A
By McKENZIE : across ".
I Jet lftrr .": ;. '
? \
,
'
Seven miles south of Green 1 ihe sea and blocked any enemy r <'<1 _

Gave. Springs on tf-e! river lie I!movement up the river. t -L- t Womans Club Holds

quiet mounds of esr.;,. There' The fears cf the Spar.ish were! l.

surrounded by sounds of squir- I' grounded for shortly thereafter /

Tcls chattering and bird! singing lha English formed an allianceicviOh Spring Card Party

are the remains of Fort I : the Creeks and encouraged; yvttfi __ -- -
Pupo established by the Spanish teem to road their Indian' and "WIIqI
The Spring Card Party of of sweet buns was awarded: to
:to protect themselves i from the,&-.asi& neigf/ibora:: io the South.
I I
the Womans Club was heW lastr'riday I I Mrs. Ada Canova, Mxv. Gene
English; and their Indian allies.It .1 Fort Pupo played] an iznportant
we tt night in the main dub Taylor M r s. Betty MoKiniey
is located on property: owned I role in these events. '
I .K rooms. The party was sponsored and Mrs. Biaar GU!lltafeon.
by Sheriff John Hall.It .
There two forts the
were on
by the: Committee on At the close of the partyM

was built sometime after site. The first was merely a Conkey a student at fifth prize; Gwin Bloomfield Clay County's championshipland are 1. to r.; Gary Wise of Ways and Means. Mrs. J. M r s. White as chairman of
.
i 1700 along with a sister out- sentry house and palisaded. area Green Cove Ronald of White chairman of the committee the committee thonk all of the
post across the St. Johns call- Clay High won the Countywide of Orange Park sixth prize; judging team which will .. ; Scott ,
manned by approximately! eight speaking contest sponsored by Carl Swanson of Green Cove; Orange Park; Sam Mahoney. stated there were sixty players for attending the party!
ed Fort Picclata. Saturday to OklahomaCity
on
Together go
they .
men and two swivel wiiiih
guns the Clay Soil Conservation and Charles Man hart, of of Orange Park; and Eddie persons at the card tables. and special thanks was extendedto

controlled the ferry crossing--on were used to protect people district in Green Cove on Tues- Orange Park. .Judges of the to compete In the 12th i Taylor of Green Cove. In winning Some of the tables engaged .the persons and merchants'

crossing: the river from, frequently day. Young Conkey was one contest were: T. -J. Jennings International Land Judging the state championship in contract bridge while others who contributed the gifts that

GCS Pool hostile Indians. Picolata! .of nine contestants. All con- Jr., of Green Cove; Walter contest gets a hand from the I the four boys Judged the physi- used Canasta as their play for made up the long Kst of door

was much like Pupo. The place testants spoke on the develop- Odum. of Orange Park; and A. County's three banks. Shown cal capabilities of four fields in the evening. One table 'was prizes.

was in a pilapidated conditionin ment of resources through small E. Anthony, of "Keystone. above Walter Odum. presidentof !the Gainesville area last month. noted playing a multiple 'of Soli-

} Project NearsCompletion I 1737 when the Royal Engineers water sheds. Checks ranging the Bank of Orange Park I I The team has been coaached by tare. During the evening the Live Grenade

Anthonia de Arredondo from $25 down for the first six is presenting checks to the George M. Owens. Jr.. assistant players were served individual

made a survey of the defense i winners were contributed by EPISCOPAL CHURCHWOMEN members of the team. They I county agricultural agent. packages eadh containink potato
problems of Florida. Found NearGovernors
He
states I the St. Regis Paper Co. Shown SPONSOR"A I chips cookies, cakes, cigarettes -
in a letter reg'ard'ingPicolata 'aabove. Conkey (center) is be- DAY IN THE COUNTRY""A BLOUNTSTOWN TO '"FAMILY FROLICS" memo address books and

Ie I The Green Cove Springs Pool and Pupo ""I saw ing congratulated by J. D. Ful- Day in .the Country", RECEIVE ARA LOAN !COMMITTEE TO MEET ball point pencils. CreekA

will probably be open by May them myself, send :I Scan ford forster for St. Regis. Ati Blountstown Florida is to receive -
Shortly after 10 o'clock all
sponsored the
vouch that they are ready to by women of Mrs. Jack Saam. chaairmanof live hand
1st. staes Ben Zellner. City i gernade was
I the left is Carroll Baker, of, 2873.000 industrial
a .
Grace ::Epi copal Church is pla was suspended end the
;
,
otunihle dawn the the Green
: owing -to Cove Springs found last week the
Manager if work i on propertyof
progresses as
i Keystone High who won second lean from the Area Redevelopment -
for the door
'
jlnnnd for drawing itmany
Monday at "Wood-
fcupipoi4a !being completely rotten "Family Frolics" committee an- David Everington
planned on the project. near
Many improvements have II .". I prize. Other contestants were: veil", the homed f Mrs. Eleanor Administration of theU. nounces that here will be a prizes was (held at the front Govenors Creek. His childrenwere
Judy Frisbee of Oraange Park S. Department of Commerce.
O'RieUy 3013 Doctors of the dub The prizes
Lake room.
been made including an attractive Pupo'as' rebuilt on the same third prize; Beverly Wilford. This loan is to be used to meeting on Monday evening. playing in the yard and
Drive-from 10:30: in the morn- April 29th. at 8 o'clock at the were many and varied. Inter-,
the
and modern snack bar site. This Fort was 'composed ''fourth dug up strange object.
Oraange Park prize; establish a hard and softboard
Ing ta -o'clock in the est had been stimulated by
after- a
managed by Pete BetheL Thereis cif wooden blockCiouee! surrounded Carol Spearman of Green Cove : plant. V. L A. They showed it to their parents
.
noon. special drawirmg: for a General
also a dance area for the by pailisades. and pos- The loan to be made to the The meeting is open to all who. recognizing it to be a
Par a flnnaation of Electric Portable Food Mixer.
$1.00.
teenagers next to the snack bar.I siHy a moat. ,W rk had gotten CLAY BOYRECEIVES Coaastal Timber Land and representatives of local Organi- hanad gern&de. rushed to the
ladies invited Mrs Frank Canova
Are to
won a
enjoy )
The dressing rooms have been ,underway jet In time "because AWARDBob Pulp Corporation will creaate zations. It is hoped that all County Courthouse where they
swimming.:bridge. a light lunch hammer :to start the! prize
d remodeleq.r1ti! f lockers _added. jbg 1729 the War: of Jenkins,Ear De Grippo. of Dd ou Swedish 150_ direct. new Job s. Total organization will- haTe their .. very excitedly told Sherriff
'and :
: informal
Ue.l
-massage :
an drawing.A.taideea
Mr,Zellner added that tickets had began between the "English Orange Park received his Dr"1 -f.as.hi-on promenade. cost-or the project Is $4,420000which : representatives 'at:'his"i.>piahnlng t fry was given to$ Mrs. John Han of the find.- .

i for students will be 25 cents and the Spanish. This"was,:"the Scout Bronze Award : .Fa.sb1onaare will be used for land pur- meeting v Louise pan //Sherriff HaaU called the
being provided by Smith. Mrs. Margret
and 50) cents for adults. signal for James Og-Iethorpe of It as presented to him in the chase and improvements the Serving on this commitee Naval Air Station at Jackson
the :
i Polly Crawford shop in Sallow drew a set of bath mats.A .
The overall pool area shows: Georgia to march south-ward. In air aboard an Air Force. c24Globemaster Ortega.Lba1ia1rmen..of. purchase of buildings and with Mrs. Saam are Carl beautiful robber ville and the Navy sent out a
potted plant
great improvement in appear- 1740 he captured Picolatawhich circling the Gator i machinery and Installation and Tucker co-chairman and Doro- team of demolition experts :who
the .
event Mrs.
are wentto Brantley .Lucas
ance and sanitation. was still little more than a sentry Bowl as .-the annual Scout Exposition -"Mrs: Dan1el.A..Mart1n and Mrs.E. engineering costss. When in thy Milberger, secretarytreasurer. Tuarts carried the gernadeaway and
of Texaco motor oil
house Bout 10 o'clock one : the will disassembled it finding it to
production plant turn
was in progress in the J. .8. Young. Mrs. ThomasH. '.
were awarded toMrs. Micky
morning. and later that same BowL out 60 tonss of hardboard and be live and in working order.
GCS EASTERN STAR 'I.
McMillan us in
; charge of Saam. Much laughter was
day Pupo and its "twelve mien 90 tons of softboard Mr. Everington has no idea
day.
HAS HOMECOMING FOR Bob is a member of Boy tickets .and reservations; Mrs. per MISS JANE ELMORETO heard when Mrs. Cora Leigh how the gernade got there
WORTHY GRAND MATRONThe surrendered to Oglethorpe's superior -Scout. Air Spuadron 18 of Jack- John -L. Woodbury. Jr. coffee or
Johnstindrew certificate
a good
MAKE DEBUT how long it had been burled
forces. The fort hadbeen
Green Cove Chapter sonville. Also at this time the .and refreshments; Mrs. AllanC. COUNTY SERVICEMENHoward for a free haircut at Wilson in his yard.
the Order of Eastern Star hon- attacked several times before suadron was presented tCi e i r Ewing. decorations: and Mrs. P. Clayton aviation Miss Jane Brelsford Elmore. Barber Shop. lira Viola

ored Mrs. Irene Johns worthy by Indians and once by the :rational charter for the corning Milton J. Peterson, tables and machinist's mate third class daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Knight smiled happily when she

grand matron of the Grand. English. but the gallant little year. Aboard the G1cl>e- chairs.: Anyone interested in USN son of Mrs. Eva E. Clay- Thomas Taylor Elmore. Jr.. drew 2 TV folding I tables. BIG "Q" PAYS $751.60 AT

Chapter last Saturday evening garrison had driven them off.The masater: for then ceremonieswere getting together a taable of ton of Route 1* Orange Park is 2423 Doctors Lake Drive is Luther Wilson had bought a: O. P. KENNEL CLUB

at the Junior High School English (remained until : Admiral Carson Commander bridge is asked to phone Mrs. serving with Fighter Squadron among this seasons debutantes. ticket and it inn: a chocolate:

,auditorium. Some 350 membersand March of that year -when the' Fleet Air Jax, andS McMillan At CO45691. 174 at the Naval Air Station Miss Elmore is majoring in cake. A carton of cigaretteswas Lieutenant Crosby, ace of the

friends observed the fort was either" !recaptured or con t officials of the North Cecil Field. Fla. I education at Brenau Collegein given to Mrs. Ruth Neu- Betty Bio kennel, and Phall-

"Homecoming. the English withdrew. What Florida Council. Other guests The squadron's mission is to Gainesville Ga. and is a man. A large and pretty pottedcaladium ing. star of the Omer RawHngs
The program began with a, happened is not quite clear. Included members of various P-TA HOBBY SHOW train Replacement Chance member of Phi Mu sorority string loom as the outstanding
plant was won' by
U courtesy: to Mrs. Johns by the However the Scout units. TO BE HELD FRIDAY greyhounds of the infant Spring
by middle 'of May Explorer Vought "Crusader" pilots for there. She is a graduae of Dr. C. M. Duiribauld who wag

Green Cove Order of Rainbowfor jithe I fort was again in English Everyone is Invited to attend the fleet. Lee High School. (happy to have such a nice giftfo dog racing meeting at the

Girls. Following this each 'harxk. Oglethorpe (had mean- the PTA :Hobby .Show at the Clayton who entered the Mrs. Elmore is entertaining Orange' Park Kennel Club.
COLORED YOUTH DROWNSIN rhis wife, a patient in chapter in the district pre- w&ile set seige to St. Augustine ST. JOHNS RIVER Orange Park Elementary School service in October 1952 attended August, 22 at the Florida Yacht Naval Air Station hospital. Each has started twice and

sented courtesies. Among those :iiad: Pupo 'was used to cut the Sol colored auditorium on Friday afternoon Cullman High School. CuD- Club with a tea to present Donald FiSher and his -wife i each has turned in one win
participating in the program lines of Spanish communication. Billy Crowley from 3 to 5 and in the even- man. Ala. her daughter. and one second over the tough
51.i i Margaret; ran whit the
drowned last week in the away
were Mae Hendricks and Billy ;Og-ledhorpe's 'aeige on Fort ing from 7 to 5 o'clock. ---- ---- est opposition

Jean Jones who sang a song Castaio de San Marcos at St. Joth.r3 while on a fishing trip I Admission is free but there prize winning. Mrs. Fisher Actually Crosby had one of

welcoming the Worthy Grand Augustine ended after several with two .brothers.: Sheriff John will be a small charge for the i To Graduate first ""won a $6.00 krocery his finest performances last
ticket. Mr. Fisher then
Matron. Elaine Farley and El- .weeks. The final English comcnander Hall stated that itihe victim 'was refreshments. One of the high- won Saturday. He was cut off at the

lyn Selick then sang a song of of the little fort' de- swimming and called for help i lights of this event will be a an Armour Ham. Ms. Fisher break, came by the judges'
then won the big Sweepstakes
but drowned before his two
welcome to the Worthy Grand molished it after the end of the puppet show every half hour stand on the first round a bad
"cr the food mixer. A
brothers oould reach him. pan
Patron. Walter Fennell. seige. This was apparently the by Dr. and Airs. L. Pinneo. t eighth but gamely came on to

John Nicholson. Past Grand end of Fort Pupo. In 1743 dur- There will be .a demonstration t i finish second to the fleet Phal-
!!
Patron served as Master of ing another Oglethorpe attackon REA ATTACKS of how to make corsagesof : e' i1htJ d ;; # MARSHALL J. KNOWLES ling.Last

Ceremonies for the evening. St. Augustine the English COMMERCIAL LIGHT RATES dried materials. Chairman Funeraal serivces were held Saturday's Big "Q" was

I Cheryl Hutchins rendered sent a patrol to see if the The National Rural Electric of this display is Mrs. C. T. Sunday for Marshall Knowlesin a.pleasing reward for 1-6 tIcket -

two solos and a piano duet Spanish had rebuilt it but nothing Cooperative Association has released Abbott. Jr. assisted by Mrs.J. Hickory Grove Baptist holders In the 10th heat and

was presented by Patti Rivers .seemed to have been done. a research study showing A. Schaffer. Mrs. T. J. Williams Church. Helm Funeral home the 6-8 ticket holders In the

and Patsy Patton. Following Oglethorpe's final overcharges of more than $1.25billion and Mrs J. F. Kearney.Mrs. r t i t
Among the gifts received by I invasion. the Spanish strengthened by 38 of the nation's .. Elena Trayan will show Thursday April 18. people cashing in for 75180.

Mrs. Johns and Mrs. Fennell [ defenses (throughout the major commercial electric util- how to make bobbin lace and Surviving are his widow.Ella. highest of the meeting so far.

were a baseball filled with area and Picolatawas :rebuilt David Hayden will operate his 2 daughters. Mrs. Teresa Major interest of fans to date

money a baseball bat which with a stone tower but nothingwas ities.The study will be forwardedto !ham radio set. Also on display Haddock Fernandina Beach' I has been the fine showing of a

also contained money decorated done at Fort Pupo. In 1755 the appropriate Congress- win be a large collection I Marcella; a son Marshall. Jr.; I number of future championship -

umbrellas trimmed with a the Spanish Crown authorizedthe ional commitees and to the of paintings done in the art his parnts. Mr. and Mrs. William prospects pups which

shower of coins and in the reconstruction of both Fort Federal Power Commission, the .classes at the schooL J. Knowles. all of Green have gained the "hot-box"
crown from the Rainbow Girls Picolata and but the work Hobby sho wchairman Mrs. I classification
Pupo association announced. Cove Springs; 2 sisters. Mrs. and are making

was money. had to wait upon :the flnis&ing Release of the study followsa Berkson would like to remindall .'Jacqueline Finney Mrs. Geraldine it decidedly warm for the more
After the presentations Mrs. of construction elsewhere and thosse who are displaying .
call by the association's mem- Moody. Denver. Co I 0.; experienced stars.WE'RE .
Johns made closing remarksof :nothing as ever done about their hobbies that they may 4 brothers. Clifford. Buddy
bership for a full Congressional
thanks to the
group. pick their belongings after
Pupo. up Green Cove. Lamerence Hastings -
investigation of rate over-
Sunday morning breakfastwas Nothing remains in the 9 o'clock Friday evening or
: area charges by commercial electric and Kenneth, St. Augus, TARDYWe
served in the Chapter from 10 to 11 o'clock Sat-
except earthworks with arti- on tine.
apologize to
companies throughout the na our read-
to about 40 of the
Room
group facts buried in the soiL urday morning.
deep I ers for our tardiness
tion. this
who had stayed in Green Cove
But it is to the NANCY PARHAM ROSE PARHAM
easy imagine week. TIlls is the first issue
overnight JUDGE RIVERS TO
Spaniards the English and the GCS LITTLE LEAGUERS Four Clay County girls will be graduated at the Univer j Of THE CRESCENT to be
Patsy: Patton served as organ- Indians living there and fight- BPO DOES HAVEINSTALLATION SCHEDULE sity of Florida in the first ceremony to be held under the new LEAD SYMPOSIUM Printed In its entirety. in
ist for the evening.
ing there to place their flags Friday Cities Service vs. trimester system on May 4. Judge Thomas J. Rivers will our own plant in tare than

and emblems over that little The Green Cove Springs BPO Coca-Cola at 5:30 Candidates for degrees are Mildred Ozmore Mertz lead a symposium on "Wills seven months.

SPRING BANKHOMECOMING area of ground. But they are Does. Drove Xo. 138 held its Revels Motors vs. Chaney's bachelor of science in education; Nancy Lee Parham bachelor and Deeds" on Tuesday eve- Getting an 80-y ar-oki

SUNDAY gone now and their guns, paali- regular .meeting.April 16th at Restaurant at 7:30. of arts and Rose Marie Parham. bachelor of arts in education: ning. April 30th at 8 o'clock flatbed press back into run-

Spring Bank Baptist Church sades and all signs.. of. their the Elks Lodge. A new member. Tuesday J. P. Hall vs. all of Green Cove; and Paula Jean Wyman, bachelor of arts at the Courthouse Annex in ning order training new men .

will have its annual homecoming existence -are gone.' Mrs. J. L. McCormick was initiated Revels Motors at 5:30. In education of Keystone. Green Cove. Berwick Anderson and getting started have all

on) Sundaya. The 10 o' Things that were a life and into the drove. Cities Service vs. Standard The Parham twins who are 22 years old are the daughters and T. J. Jennings Jr, consired to Mow down opera

clock cervices will be followedby death struggle yesterday are 'of After the meeting a social Oil aat 7:30.Thursday of BIr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Parham. win also participate in the pro tions.We

luncheon on the church interest only to historians and hour and refreshments were Standard Oil Nancy Parham has a scholarship next year at Florida gram.. hope that with the

grounds. The Rev. Edwin Til- archeologista] today. It won't served. Hostesses were Mrs. vs. .Revels Motors at 5:30. State University where she will work on her master's degreein The symposium will be sponsored next issue we will be on

Iii, pastor, said the homecoming really matter a hundred years Ralph Milberger. Mrs. Ralph C. Chaney's Restaurant ,w Co- psychiatric social studies. by the Clay County Home time again.LIBRARY .

would be open to all. from now will it? Novak and Mrs. J. E CarswelL ca-Cola at 7:30. Both are members of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority. Demonstration: Council '



I-i PAGE TWO ((Stay( ffiautitij Crescent! THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1963COtaunttJ



.; ( Tj( (Cflrescent Library Week In Clay County Penney : ; ; 'I''I I,

!

"1 hold the maxim no less, applicable to public i r M H I

that honesty Is always the I
than ,(io private affairs
yr"'mow Mrs. Herbert D.
best policy. 4. REPORTER:

WASHINGTON Easter weekend guests of The!

Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Hempstead' I

An End And A Beginning were Commander C. Anson Olds, .:! i
U. S. Navy and Mrs. Olds, and

The close, on Saturday, of ,National Library Week, marksan their daughter Meredith, of ) ,

end and a beginning for Clay County's library system.It Washington, D. C. In September ; i:
end of the fortunate tenure of Judy Carlton, the
Is
an Commander Olds will leave i
County librarian who leaves today for Florida State University. I I
tour of duty in ;
During her brief stay in the County she has worked tirelesslyfor fora two-year ; : :

more books more reading a better educated community. ... Antatica.Mr. : ; I
nationally known American writer was [i--: .
Thirty years ago a > i
I
told by the late Ernest Hemingway, a titan of American litera- ----- Robert G. Dodd of Mid- I i
Mrs. Carlton shown above left at the Green Cove open Connecticut his
dJetown spent
ture: ,
house last Tuesday will be succeeded by Mrs. Imogene Nor- I I
"You'll find if you keep on writing which I think you will taster vacationwith (his par- .
that Florida men wouldn't spend a plugged nickel to get a hundred wood right. ants }Ir. and Mis. W. H. Dodd I II 'I !

r books in any Florida town They have a heritage of The County's three libraries I had a total of approximately cf Penney Farms. Tiiia beingRobert's I
hunting and fishing back of them not reading and the celebrated National Library 19.000. During the 16 months of first visit to Florida, I'I
world's best hunting and fishing, fresh and salt is right at your Week on Tuesday and Thurs- her tenure here another 5,000 Ihe was shown St. Augustine
front door. Start discussing a book in a bar. or a barbershopand books have been added. The before returning home on April I I II 'I
nine out of ten of the he-men present will think you're day.Open house in Green Cove average number of books circulated 17. He is the teacher of gust'I I I'

queer" and Keystone on Tuesday and each month last year I economics and history, to sen- ,
Library-wise, Florida then occupied a happy 37th place in the new Orange Park library was 2,400. Last month the fig- ions, at Portland High School.
among the states of the U. S. A* and we were dragging our on Thursday also marked ure was 3,300.Memberships. I

diapers 1n kindergarten among all of the southeastern states at the farewell appearance of Mrs. are currently ,While making a hurried trip
the bottom of the class, until the first state aid for public libraries Judy Carlton as County libra- being solicited for the county- through Florida and returning I Ii I I
in 1962
284544.00, was authorized by the legislature rian. Mrs. Carlton leaves today wide Friends of the Library from Key West, Dr .Eleanor I.
I
last year. The sight of all this pretty money going to 24 quali-I for Florida State University Organization. If you are inter- Andersen, president of Mather I

tied counties (note that "qualified") proved such knocked a shock off building : where she will work during the ested in belonging and have Svfcool (Baptist) at Beaufort, .
sportsmen citizens that many of them even next four months on her master's not been approached by some Sooth Carolina, and three of
for the moment and have already
new boat clubhouses degree. one in your community then uer co-workers stopped at the !
I passed bond issues of over $9,000,000 for new book clubhouses to Mrs. Norwood, now a teacherin contact any of the three libra- iMeiworiala Home Community ; :

be built this year. Clay High, will. assume her ries in the county or ask your to visit: friends. I
Now all writers have to be readers per se, and some of duties as County librarian on bookmobile librarian about
them have even managed while writing and reading to become a parttime basis on June 15 membership.A .

great sportsmen as well. and on a fulltime basis on Aug. story hour will be conduc- Mrs. Bessie Corey who was .
One of America's most perceptive writers a man who mightbe 15. Mrs. Carlton is shown ted on Saturday afternoon in 3. college! chum of Miss Carrie :

called our national literary conscience, Philip Wylie, has handing a glass of punch to Green Cove Springs from 2:00 Tarbell, visited with Miss Tar-
learned all they know all they :-.ell whom she \had not seen
written that "all that men have 10-year-old Gregory Lee, one 3:00 pjn. and in Orange
believe therefore all they are and can become, is stored in of the guests.At Park on Saturday morning. All -irce her college days, and with :
books. That is why a community without a good library is likea he time Mrs. Carlton took children 5-10 are invited to Mrs. OCT.
man without a sound mind. Books are the crystallized form over the County libraries they attend. ,

of human hope." Mrs. Emma Bendig former (
Our beginning this week, is a new County librarian a newlibrary & T1- ly with 4&ie Mather School and

in Orange Park and the imminent prospect of new r 'sow retired in Newburgfh, New
people new ideas new frontiers of industry and economy which York visited with Miss Helen
will, it is to be hoped send each of us to books, taking Mr. Wylieat 1 4 .- Metzner: in the Quadrangle.
his word that, "all that men have learned, all they know, all :
therefore all they are and can become, is storedin
believe
they I
Dr. Anderson, and Miss Esther
books." In short in the distillation of wisdom and experienceof
Welnachtvlho. manages/ the!
others. s :amour safes room at Mather
.
r School, called on The Rev. and

9 Mrs. C. S. Higfoy. Friends of Now see all that's new at your Chevrolet dealerS
Kennedy's CastroThe ';he school from all over t&e,
country send clothing! and other
articles to their sales roomwfoere ( Try out all the things these bucket-seat SS, a car that can give any family more
most articulate and devastating analysis of the on- / sales are reported as Chevrolet Super Sports have going for run for its money (gives you a break on

again-off-again foreign policy of President Jackie Kennedy (high as $100.00 per day profit. you-extra-cost options 4ike) 4-speed upkeep, too); the turbo-supercharged 1

\ came last week from an unexpected quarter. Goldwater i transmissions, high-performance engines, rear-engine Corvair Monza Spydernice( ,
It was neither Nelson Rockefeller nor Barry Positraction axle, tachometers, the works huh?); and finally, the sports car that
Presi-
nor even George Romney, the Republican party's three Mrs. Ruth SmaUey during them all Corvette.
-and your decision won't be whether inspired 'to
dential hopefuls who spelled out the horrifying weakness of the closing exercises: of the
which. Chances are you've got your Super
but
vascillations. It was Richard Milhous Nixon apolitical Sunday School 'introduced The
Mr. Kennedy's wheeler-and-dealer who has;said he/was through with Green Cove Springs officially opened its Little League Rev. and Mis. Julian Deae, retired There's the Jet-smooth Chevrolet Sport picked out already If not, some I
politics. season last Tuesday with Acting City Manager Ben Zellner Methodist missionaries Impala SS with all the luxury you could warm spring weather,a country road and

Richard Nixon said, as THE CRESCENT has said, as Governor throwing: out the opening ball. He is pictured above with some iTirom! Mozambique, Portugal reasonably want, all at a reasonable your friendly Chevrolet dealer will help \

Bryant has said that the destruction of Castro will of the players. Cast Africa, where they ,had Chevrolet price; the Chevy II Nova 400 you decide, for suret '

sooner or later be a necessity to the survival of democracy- in the served for fortjy-one years.
Western Hemisphere. No one needs 'a crystal ball to see that it Paid Advertisement Formerly, there was much: CHEVROLET CHEVY U CORVAIR CORVETTE \

must come, sooner or later and time is on their side. ..... starvation: in :this area, but, after -
M In such an inevitable catasprophe Clay County will almost i "" ..;..Ji ,introducing com, peanuts' ,
surely be involved. ; beans, and other products, cam.
The giest of what Mr. Nixon said was that: ki- :::ned with better (storage and
In Cuba we have goofed an invasion, paid ransom to Castro distribution facilities, living t'r '
for the prisoners then given the Soviet squatters rights in our conditions have 'been much im-

own backyard. proved.Mr. .
We have courageously dared a blockade to keep the peace y-.y Rea is very much interested -
withdrawn the blockade to avoid war, pledged the Cuban exiles in and promotes at Kam-
that their flag would fly in Havana, then pledged ourselves not bini( theological itralnang, for
to re-trrrade, then offered the exiles service in our armed forces f .rural pastorswith 4ff eir fam-
which are forbidden to invade then instituted aerial surveillance ail i w ilies. over periods of three years t
to determine whether or not we need to invade.In liv-
: abundant village
or morn
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the United States we have bewailed the occupation of I
ir.g.
Little Rock pledged ,categorically not to let it happen again. ,'fFRevival6ervices I s sf ,
The Reas now live at Pine t tae
then marched militantly on Oxford where we do insist on "on
Hills near Orlando, Florida \
the ground" inspection.We : will be held in the Orange Avenue Baptist
have recommended a $5-billion foreign aid program. Church April 29 May 5. The services will begin each night at
then proposed a half-billion dollar cut. leaving us with. a half- ,i:30. j New (residents at i the Memorial 1 s't
billion dollar increase then opposed other cuts then endorsed Home Community are the
the Clay recommendations calling for another half-billion dollar A Rev. Albert V. Lawson (Baptists -
cut, and then as an indication of hard new realism we denounced : : ) formerly of Belleville
the Brazilian government as Communistinfiltratedand n New Jersey. They are occupying .rT }
on the heels of that handed that government a third of a apartment No. 203 A, formerly
I billion dollars in foreign aid. known as the Lumen J. Shafer
t This Kennedy boy had better get with it, or we'll have apartament.
devastation or Barry Goldwater. Neither is a happy prospect. rob 1
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.Mra. William H. Edwards was S L

h1S given a hearty farewell from: ,__. .j I If.
her many friends at Sunday f
t"J School, last Sunday. She will f.-
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JJCURE[ MORE GIVE MORE to move to the Christian Home for f.f
Avenue
:the Elderly on Bdgewood j t tr
f \
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Jacksonville, during the,
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY present week where a comfort-'
abe? room with pleasant sur-

9I :T I undtlngs her. Since and her associates thrasband's! awaits deatha

I cor few months ago, and because'
of her failing eyesight, she has .Jt:
r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY .
attention
.' needed more personal -
BYCRESCENT HARRELL R. CUSHESTG wbsrfi' will be supplied at \
.L; I
PRESS, INC. I(the Christian Home.
::. The Rev. Harrell R. Gushing pastor of the Woodstock Park
::- Green Cove Springs. Florida Baptist Church of Jacksonville. Florida is to be the speaker. Mr. -

,' -.. Phone 281.3166 Cushing was born in Youngstown,Florida. He received his BS in On Friday of has week the ,
psychology from Florida State University in 1952. He graduatedfrom International Art Exhibit wiULe
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary with a BD in held at the Memorial Home
'January 1956. and received his Th. M from the same school in Community Art Center. Anyone -
Lt a s c :t 1961. with paintings made in .other -

He served as mission pastor of the First Baptist Church of countries are asked to present -
Paul's Valley. Oklahoma from 1954-1958. was pastor of the them to 1rs.. B. H. Ny-

EIn"OR .........._............................................... Duncan Groner Trinity Baptist Church. Paul's Valley Oklahoma from 1958- .meyer or Mrs. T. S. Cleaver in I
COVE SOCIAL EDITOR ...........-.. Elizabeth Groner 1959. He served next as pastor of the First Baptist Church in time for the exhibit. JiU Super saee.Boar.r*KA eoupt cftJ( euar.aaaq., 'I'
GREEN
ADVERTISING MANAGER ........................... Elizabeth Groner Florala Alabama. and has been pastor of the Woodstock Park I (Super Sport art Spvder&p nt9pao u*an 9Ut) ,
OF ADVERTISING .--- Gene Koza Baptist Church since January. 1962. of Mrs. Alfred Lin-
ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHER DIRECTOR......-_..-..-....-....--'....-...... Gene KozaPRESSMAN Mr. Gushing served as State Baptist Student Union Presi- field Guests recently :were Miss Louise .-Su Jour entirely differtnt{ Kfldf of eariS your CAmolft d ltr'1

....-.................__.- Gene Koza dent for Florida in 1950-51. Bolkns of Chicago, and Mr.
CTEROTYPER ....-..-----..-......., Larry Groner Jim McCullough. pastor of the Orange Avenue Baptist and Mrs. Fred BoUens of De
Church invites you to attend these special services. A well-
Entered as second Class Matter July 15. UI%. at the Post 1897.8c .Off ica staffed modern air-conditioned nursery is provided for your troit. ROBERTS CHEVROLETOrange
Florida under the Act:: of March S.
Green Cove.R4 Springs.CIa ...tace. paid at Gr** Cave ..rta<<-. Fla. convience. April
Music will be under the direction of Mr. John Hlghsmith.Paid ,i On Wednesday evening,
SUBSCRIPTION BATES Advertisement 17, the Rev. and Mrs. T. S. and Park Green Cove Springs Phone 284-3033

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MRS. VIC BROOKER WINS HANDICAP TROPHY .
Cancer Crusade Returns Social NotesMr.
In the final matches of the the Pinehurst was the team

i Green Cove Springs Women's composed of Dave Kennett, Eu.
and Mrs. Forrest Dry
Golf Association Spring Handi- gene Kirker Jack Annis and
and Mrs. C. S. Hawthorne have
cap Tournament Mxs. Victor :.Mrs.:\ Richard Candle. In second -
returned to their native stateof -
tK 2 b after k rY Bnxxker Advanced to the club place was Wayne Geiger,
Pennsylvania spendingthe
championship bracket and carried Hank Drane Elliott Maguireand
winter in Green Cove.
home the winner's trophy. Mrs. Eugene Kirker.Taking

Her opponent Mrs. Eugene .third place was the team of
1. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mos- e Fa Kirker received the runner-up John Rader Gother Martin

grove. formerly of Green Cove l award. In the consolation flight .Airs. John Bradley and Mrs. Elliott

Springs announce the birth of Mra. James Damron took first Maguire. All team winners -

a son Reed Wesley Mosgrove. !place. The three trophies presented were given golf merchandise
born on March 23rd. Their ad- to the finalists were as prizes.

dress is 3740 Peterson Street. furnished by the iadies' associa- The local. lady golfers have
S v4 '1YA ..t Norfolk. Va. tion. I extended an invitation to the

Sunday afternoon, April 21, Keystone Heights ladles groupto
Mr. aand Mrs. William H. (the ladies sponsored a Pine- ( participate in a Play Day

King and their children of .hurst tourney and Bar-b-que Friday May 3.PENTECOSTAL.

G Mobile. Ala., were the recent 4 + supper. Winning first place in
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Canova. HOLINESS
( CHURCH NOTICE CHURCH
crusade reported collections totalIng -
Green Coves cancer Vermont Ave.
more than $500 this week. George Carlisle treasurer of Mrs. Alice Padgett is a pa- Green Cove Spring
the drive shown above with Mrs. Lois Ball, a volunteer crusader tient in Riverside Hospital. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

said the figure was only tentative and expressedthe SOCIETY
hope that late collections would allow the Green Cove Attending the Presbytery and You have a
Cor. E. Houston St. & Special Invitationto
drive to meet its quota. the Presbyterial Society in
N. Magnolia Ave attend
Weirdale last Thursday were;

TUCKER RECEIVES AWARD trict Manager. Fred Davis, llgr., Rev. and Mrs. R. G. Johanson. GREEN COVE SPRINGS Church and Sunday School
of Van Ness Bucik-Pontiac and Rev. C. E. van de Maaten. Mrs.
W. Tucker presented FLORIDAServices
Karen was Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
a certificate and pin Tues- Ted Theriault, Service Mgr. Herman Reed. Mrs. Ralph Preaching 11:00 a.m.

day morni-ng as a let year were present for the ceremony.Mr. Milberger Miss Bonnie Dean Wanda Holllngsworth, left alternate and County Dress Revue. Pattie will represent Clay held Sundayat Sunday Nite Serv. 7:00
p.m.
award (for training as a Pontiac Tucker has worked for Baker all of Green Cove Pattie Kemper right winner of the Clay County at the State Dress Revue. 11 a.m. Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
Service Craftsman.The Van Ness since> 1957. He is a .Springs Rev. Walter T. Pear-
A cordial invitation Rev. J.
is extendedto Pastor CMaynor \
Presentation. was made native of Green Cove is married I cy and Rev. and Mrs. GeorgeS. 4-H Play HIGH SCHOOL P.T.S.A.TO Phone. EV O-58SO
Clay County Day -
Sutton of Penny Farms. attend our services. I I
by G. H. Uhlm, Pontiac Dis- and has three children. HOLD SUPPERThe

public is invited to at-
Mrs. Charles Green who has and Council Officer Elections tend
UNUSUAL' OPPORTUNITYIf been visiting her sister Mrs. ....'" May 4, at the Junior High

Perla Goucher returned to her I Saturday. April 20 was a big Pattie Kemper. Cherry Bernar- cafeteria. Serving' will begin at

you own a small home on River and interested in applying home in Tampa this week. Her i day in Clay County 4-H. The dlni. Jacque Walton and from 5:30 p.m. Admission tickets of

on purchase of 3 Unit Apartment near Flagler Hos- brother James Miller of Ver- days events began with the Doctor's Inlet. Wanda Hollings- one dollar for adults and fifty {This Week's

pital and overlooking Halifax River in St. Augustine then sailles. Kentucky spent a few regular Council Meeting and worth.Pattie Kemper was chosen cents for children twelve and I l
days in Green Cove and then reports on District Events Day to represent Clay County at under are being sold by the I
Goodwin at 284-3106. Live in
call our representative Mr. drove Mrs. Green to Tampa. Demonstration Day and other State Dress Revue with her red, High School students. Cash

larger Apartment, continue to rent other two. Income will events. The highlight of this white and blue beach dress and prizes will be awarded for the A : IBONUSBUYS

take care of monthly payment. Excellent location. Mr. and Mrs. George Schra- meeting was election of Council bag. Wanda Hollingsworth was boat: salesmen.
Officers for the new year. The chosen as alternate for her blue I
der
FLORIDA LIGHTED & REALTY CORP. from Victor N. Y* have
following were chosen: and white shirtwaist sheath. I
Orange Park been visiting their aunt Mrs. make mowing
Mae Hendricks for a month. Girls: President Pat Wells. After lunch a Play Day was

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaw of Palmyra I Modern Miss Club Green enjoyed by the 4-H'ers in the FUN ,

: 'N. Y.. flew down to Cove Springs; Vice President; Green Cove Springs Penney
I spend the Easter holidays. The Nancy Novak Green Cove Farms. Keystone areas. Softball '

REDUCED $1500,00 two couples left by car last Springs Junior High Club Sec- basket ball races and relays

Friday for their homes. retary Carol Spearman were all on the adgenda.

Modern Miss Club Green Give Generously I Plus Valuable Plaid Stamps |
Cove Springs Council Delegate
-.3 Mrs. Gerry Farley and her ; to Our Cancer Crusade f.
Mary Poppell Orange
children spent the Easter Vacation fix
Park Senior Club.
in Fargo Ga.. as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lem Boys: President Jimmy CLAY THEATRE with

f a 3 a Griffis and their family. Last Booth Orange Park Senior Phone 284-6711 a CUB CADETYour WHITE BEAUTY

week-end Mrs. Griffis and Mr. High Club; Vice President Mon. thru Fri. one show only
aBUY family will positively
John McCall Green Cove
and Mrs. James Settles and
Box office opens 7:15 p.m. for chance the
fight a to mow
Springs Junior High Club; Sec-
their children Ferrel and
Feature Begins 7:45 pan. lawn with an International9
Doris spent the week-end in retary Jon Stump Green Cub Cadet. Controls are so Shortening3L&c
Cove Springs Senior High Club; Sat.-Sun., 2 p.m. continuous
Green Cove with Mrs. Gerry easy almost anyone can drive
Farley. Ferrel Settles had beena Council Delegates-Eddie Tay- Phone 284-6711 it. You'll zip over your lawnin
football player under Clay lor & Gary Wise Green Cove record time up to an
Highs Coach Stearns at one Springs Sr. Hi. Club. Wed. & Thurs April.%to 25 acre an hour with the husky

time and while here he visited Immediately following the ELMER GANTRY 38in. International rotary
mower. Mowing' it fun witha
DIRECT FROM OWNER his former coach. business nession the Girls Dress with Bart Lancaster
Cub Cadet made by 49C
2 BR Cedar Shingle Large Kitchen Range Inch. Revue was held. The girls mod- the world's most experiencedtractor

Large Corner Lot 100x106; Carport. Workshop Last Sunday afternoon Mrs. eled garments they had made Fri. & Sat. April 26. 27 maker.
Fenced Back Yard Helen Shaw. Mrs. Elsie Willl- during the year. From Green YOUNG GUNS OF TEXAS 7 Hor*.p wr Easy ricting
-All 9.ar Easy.trinftraiumltMoii
Cove Springs there was: Betty
James Mitchnm
CALL son of Green Cove and Mr.
I and Mrs. Thomas J. Williams Watkins. Kathy Butler Sharri THE DAY MARS INVADED 25 heady law awl gard.** 3
i MRS. A. D. KERR Barrie. Susan Rivers Waunell attachments .veHabU "
and Mrs. Peggy Schaeffer of THE E.UTHSun.
Phone 284-3562 Green Cove Springs, Fla. Orange Park attended the Baton Pat Wells. Marsha CONVENIENT TERMS

Flower Show in Palatka. The Jones Janis Eschuk. Bonnie thru Wed, COME INI I SEE THE CUI CADETMcGEETS
Gibson. Nancy Novak; from II
theme of the show this year I April 28. 29 30.by 1
Orange Park Mary PoppeR v JANE PARKER ANGEL FOODCAKE
"Oriental :
was and WELDING
FlalrT was BLUE HAWAII I t I
put on by the Palatka Garden .
Elvis Presley =- & RADIATOR SHOP
Club in the Womans.. Club .1
BIG TIRE SALE ROME ADVENTURETroy \ 520 N. Orange Ave.
Building. .
r
R1Mt1GESALE\ \!\ Donahue i: Green Phone Cove 284-3163 Springs ri

Mrs. E. M. Lide of Canton
NO MONEY:i DOWN -- EASY TERMS N. C.. is in Green Cove for a .c '.

stay of several weeks. Sponsored By ....'.-:

LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS WARD'S CREEK RHODEN'S' BARBERSHOPtakes
ILrs. Knud Doe entertainedat COMMUNITY CHURCH

a bar eque surprise birthday Mar 4. 8:00 a.m. please in announcing that Jimmy Deel is again 1 :39c
7.10-15 BLACK TUBE TYPE dinner last Sunday for her hus-
12.95
I band. VIA PATIO associated with Rhoden's. Jimmy has, since he left us.

6.70-15 BLACK TUBE TYPE 9.95 been eating the heads of half the admirals In the Navy ..

and all the millionaires In Jacksonville.: cordially invite ,A.r

6.70-15 pnE r.: AY. TUBELESS 19.95 INVESTIGATE OAKRIDGE TERRACETWO you to test his skills. : -- .

BLOCKS NORTH-NORTHWEST ON SPRUCE ST. .
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7.10-15 PREMIUM WHITE TUBELESS 21.95 -RHODEN'S BARBERSHOP

7.60-15 PREMIUM: WHITE r '-'
TUBELESS 26.00
SUPER BIGHT FINE QUALITY. GRAIN FED .

8.00-15 PREMIUM WHITE TUBELESS 28.00 HEAVY BEEF. SQUARE CUT., CHUCK

7.50-14 PREMIUM WHITE TUBELESS 21.00 !
Here !!
8.00-14 PREl1IUMnIITE TUBELESS 24.00 SPting ROAST45c

8-50-14 PREMIUM WHITE TUBELESS 27.00

9.00-14 PREMIUM WHITE TUBELESS %;,01 We Rent- I


ABOVE PRICES PLUS FEDERAL TAX Small r-Equipment For Your Needs in I

AND EXCHANGE TIRE i
A MAN'S CASTLEThis .. : w .
Gardening and Lawn Care-
is the way yon feel about roar home. It is TOOT .... L8. .

VAN NESS pride and Joy-roar security-the focal point of roar You Name it We Have It!
family life. Perhaps It also represents roar largest single

investment. First and primarily is the owning of a lot .... CALLUS *
in a suitable location.

BuickPontiacPHONE 10 PAYMENT% DISCOUNT-BALANCE FOR NEXT MONTHLY-NO SIX WEEKS-INTEREST.LOW DOWN r McGees Welding: & Radiator Shop Prices In this ad are effective through Saturday April i

] 27th. 115 N. Oraanre Are., Green Cove Sprixur rIA.t .
284-3055 CALL OWNER 284-3106 GREEN COVE SPRINGS 520:!: W,. Oranc Are. *'-*- Phone 284-3163 .

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LEGAL OTICE .. I
Counfv C.oml11-issioners'-Minules


IN THE COURT OF THE .,

COUNTY JUDGE CLAY CLAY COUNTY Civil Defense Operating Center which cost Nassau County

COUNTY FLORIDA GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA f3.000.00 and Mr. Chance stated he had received the information

IN PROBATE.IN for clay County for $5.00.
APRIL 8. 1963
RE: ESTATE OF Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner
VERNON S. HAYNES 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M. Huntley and carried the State Witness Payroll for the Circuit

TO ALL CREDITORS AND The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County I Court, Fall Term of 1962. was approved and signed by the
met in regular session in- the County Commission Meeting Chlannan.I
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
Alll CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS Boor in the Courthouse on above time and date.
The Clerk
at this
OR DEMANDS AGAINST time presented the following Resolution
The meeting was called to order by the Chairman. Honor-
SAID ESTATE: and requested its adoption; also the Clerk requested Instructions
RALPH F F. MARINA MOTELAPTS. t able Luther E. Wilson; other members present were Louis L. from the Board as to what Bank this deposit was to be
INLET MARINA You and each of you are here Huntley. District No. 2. Marvin Green District No. 3. O. J. designated. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by

FOR RENTBy by notified and required to present Murrhee District No. 4 and H. E. Moody. District No. 5.
Commissioner Moody and carried the
following resolution
Hwy 17 Orange lark was
MilBERGER any claims and demands Edward Summersill of
The Chairman introduced Reverend
Week MonthU.
or adopted: and the Bank of Keystone
Heights
was designated
STORAGE-WET.&: DRY S. 17 North which you, or either of you, may the Black Creek Baptist Church who gave the Invocation.The us the Bank for this Fund to be deposited in.
Orange & Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS PHONE 2S4-3605 have against the estate of VER- minutes of the last regular meeting held on March 11.

(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILKRS>:; NON S. HAYNES deceased 1963 were approved as read. RESOLUTIONBE

REFRIGERATIONAND -, !MERCURY EXGIXKS late of said County, to the Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commis- IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners

SALES & SERVl'CHCO ( PACKAGE STOREPAUL'S County Judge of CLAY County, sioner Green and carried a Plat of Jacksonville Memory I of Clay County. Florida that the State Board of Health of the

AIR CONDITIONING Florida at his office in the Gardens was accepted and approved.At State of Florida be requested to return from the funds here-

Service 4-0833'.,F > courthouse of said County at this time the bids were opened as advertised for Gas- tofore deposited with the State Board of Health by Clay

i GREEN COVE SPRINGS Flor- oline and Oil for the Road Department beginning May 1, 1963. County the sum of Thirty-eight Thousand One Hundred ninety-

Home Phone 2S4-978O BOOKKEEi'INGHERMAN! < All Legal Beverage ida, within 6 calaendar: months for a period of one yeaar. Six bids were received as follows: five and 86/100 (38195.86 dollars to be used in the con-

Business Phone 284-9431 Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. from the time of the first publication (1) D. F. Dancy and Sons. (2) Gulf Oil Corporation (3) Stand- struction of a County Health Center In the City of Green Cove

of .this notice. Eadh ard Oil Company. (4) Cities Service Oil Company. (5) Clay Springs. Florida. Said funds shall be used with 57000.00 set
Dnval Line
E. Rf1ED'Bookkeepi Corntj claim or demand shall be in Oil Corporation (6) Pure Oil Company. Motion by Commis- aside by Hill-Burton Funds to assist in the project of planning,

AGIN'S I .g' North of Orange Park writing and shall state the sioner Green. seconded by Commissioner Moody and carried constructing and equipping a new County Health Center.

and Tax Service place of residence and post of- to accept the low bids on each item as advertised for. The Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commission.

R;d f"q+ Refrigeration PIANO SERVICE fice address of the claimant, following were the low bids: Clay Oil Corporation to furnish er Murrhee. and carried the following Resolution was adopted.

And Air 400 W. Walnut ',St. and shall be sworn !to by the I Gasoline. Motor Oils and Burner Oil; Pure Oil Company to furn-

il f ConditioningSERVICE Phone 284-672l : GEORGETEEK8 cloimaot;, agent, attorney and ish Diesel Oil; Standard Oil Company to furnish Kerosene and RESOLUTIONThe

PIANO SERVICE any such claim or demand not Chassis Lubricants.Mrs. Board of County Commissioners of Clay County.

t Green Cove Sprittgs'CABINET so filed shall be void. Margaret Nelson Clay County Home DemonstrationAgent Florida having by its own motion resolved to close the roads
Tuning Repairing
Sales ROY HILDUMAs Miss Sandra Lee Reese Assistant Home Demonstration hereinafter described and providing proper notice by publicationand

Chrysler AlrUmp WORK :.... PHONE 284-327S executor of the Last Agent and County Agent E. D. McCall appeared and requested after hearing pursuant to Section 336.09 and 336.10

Authorized Philco Box 50 Fibernia Rt. Will and Testament of extra office space at the Courthouse Annex when the Health Florida Statutes Annotated determined to vacate, abandon,

Service LINSJ.WOODWiRIS Green Cove Springs VERNON S. HAYNES deceased Department moves into its new Health Unit. Mr. McCall also close renounce and disclaim all rights of the County of Clay and

Day Ph. 284-3680 Custom Cabinetry<< requested office space for ABC Committee. Chairman Wilson the public in and to the following roads located in Clay

Night 284-3402 4 REAL ESTATE advised them that the Board would give this request further County Florida to-wit:
Bar ar.d Store Fixtures T. J. JENNINGS, JR.
Office
B. Palmetto consideration when the space becomes available. Miss Reese Commence at the point on State Road No. 21 where the
ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE OF
Green Cove Springs Cabinets Bldg. Hardware CLARENCE B. LAZETTE VERNON S. HAYNES requested leave to attend a a training meeting in Tallahasseethe same in intersected by State Road No. 218 at Middleburg

Plywood Plastic Laminates, week of May 1. 1963. Miss Reese stated that she would Florida, and running southeasterly through Sections 14, 24, 19
Phone> Bus. 284-3223 Liscensed Broker In First publication April 25, 1963. atend at her own expense. Motion by Commissioner Green, 30. 29. 28, 33 in Townships 5 and 6. Range 25 East in Clay
April 25 May 2 9 1963
1-6.
FILL DIRTCHERRY Phi.ne> He!'). 284.38O3Hiehwny Green Cove Springs seconded by Commissioner Murrhee and carried to approve County. Florida and being parts of the old Middleburg-Penney

17 North Since 1937 ;this request.Mr. Farms graded road now supplanted and replaced by the existing

& LOVETT Green Cove Spring Homes Farms Acreage. LEGAL NOTICE Don Champion Clay County Farm Forester appearedand road-State 218. (It being intended to close only that part of

11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 gave his Annual Report. Mr. Champion discussed Section the. old county roads above mentioned which now lie outsideof
Dump Truck IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S! 589.32 Florida Statutes which is being considered in the Leg- the present road right-of-way of State Road 218 above
DragLIne APPLIANCES
COURT OF CLAY COUNTY. islature for amendment. Motion by Cimmissioner Moody sec- mentioned.)

LIGHT DOZIER WORK ELECTRICALAtlas FLORIDA onded by Commissioner Green and carried. to go on recordas WHEREAS 1t was duly resolved that a public hearing be
J i CLEAN FILL DIRT Jim Carter Appliance In ProbateIn favoring amendment to the Section. held at the next regular session of this Board which is on the

I Shell Clay Service. Inc. Electric & Mechanical Re: Estate of I Mr. Ray Chance. Director of Clay County Civil Defense, 13th day of May 1963 at 9:00: o'clock A. M.. and that a noticeof

FREE ESTIMATES A. F. BakerRefrigeration' HARRISON MOSLEY.i i appeared and gave a brief report of his Unit's past month said hearing to determine the feasibility of closing, vacating,

I PROMPT UEI.IVEIIYCourteous: : '&. CompanyWe deceased activities. Mr. Chance also advised that he had recently abandoning discontinuing renouncing and disclaiming all

t- Service Air Conditioning Service" do all types of electrical received from Nassau County, a copy of their plans for a County I rights of the County of Clay and the public in and to the roads

.Phone CO 4-6311 wirin NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo hereinabove described shall be published in the Clay County
also all All Creditors and Persons Crescent as required by law.
Res- CO 4-9867
RePairs. RAY SHIPP having Claims or Demands LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICEIN The request from the State Service Officer Melvin Dixon.
W. E. (Ernest) Cherry Major Appliance Owner and Manager against said Estate: that the Clay County Service Officer be granted permission
Washers. Dryers
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General Mgr.Doctors 284-3542 Phone 284-9228 You and each of you are NOTICE OF INTENTION TO THE CIRCUIT COURT, to atend the Annual Statewide Service Officer's School and

Inlet, Fla Phone hereby notified and requiredto APPLY FOR LOCALLEGISLATION FOURTH JUICIAL CIRCUITOF Conference in Daytona Beach Florida. May 6, thru May 11,
r
.. present any claims and demands FLORIDA;CLAY COUNTY 1963. was approved upon motion of Commissioner Huntley.

CAREY'S TRADING POST which you may have Notice is hereby given of my FLORIDA, IN CHAN- seconded by Commissioner Green and carried.

opporain KNOCKS HERE WE BUY SELL TRADE against the Estate of Harrison intention to have introduced in CERY Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commis-

III I Three locations: Mosley. deceased late of Clay the Florida; Legislature at its NO. C-3603 sioner Huntley and carried a Lease Agreement between the

+ 15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-3280 County. Florida, to the County 1963 regular session a bill to FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT- Clay County Board of County Commissioners and the Keystone

Warehouse & antiques old Judge of Clay County. Florida ,provide for the regulation of GAGE ASSOCIATION, a i' Water Works Inc., was executed by the Chairman this beingon

Miscellaneous! Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. at his office in the Courthouseof electrical and plumbing installations corporation, etc., Lot 16 Block 12 Town of Keystone Heights for storage

_ For Rent "BIG TOP" tent BlandingBlvd. said County at Green Cove construction and repairsin Plaintiffvs. building for Civil Defense Emergency Hospital.

Springs. Florida within six all areas of Clay County Motion Commissioner Huntley. seconded by Commissioner -
At Ridgewood
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- months from the time of the Florida, not embraced within MORRIS C. WHITE JR., and Green and carried to approve Easement with Florida Fish

painted inside and mowers. $15.00 and up. McGce's Furniture & appliances at first publication of this notice. the corporate limits of any municipality SHIDLEY ANN WHITE and Fresh Water Game Commission for a boat ramp to be

house newly Welding & Radiator. 520 N. bargain prices 8tfc Each claim or demand shall be in Clay County; providing his wife built at the end of Murray's Drive on Doctors Lake; upon
out, reasonable, large yard, appliances Orange Ave., Phone 284-3163. in writing shall be in duplicate for the appointment receipt of Easement from the Florida Game Commission.
Defendant
turnished. Call Penney 7tfc shall state the place of electrical and plumbing inspectors Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner -

Farms 5298211. 20tfc ST. JOHNS :MOBILE HOMES residence and post office ad- ; providing for the creationand NOTICE OF SUIT Green, and carried to approve and request the Clay

FOR TilE BEST in, all-round Inc. dress of the claimant shall be .adoption of an electrical THE STATE OF FLORIDATo County Legislators to support the Plat Law Bill.

good printing try the CRES- We Will Trade for Your Car, sworn to by the claimant his and plumbing code; providingthe : :MORRIS C. WHITE, JIt.. Commissioner Murrhee stated that he wanted to congrat-

FOR RENT CENT PRESS. INC.. The priceIs Furniture. Diamonds or Anything agent or attorney and shall be proceedings therefor and MORRIS C. WHITE, JR., ulate Commissioner Huntley for his recent efforts In tryingto

2 bedroom house furnished right. of Value on a New :Mobile accompanied by the one dollar providing for rules and regulations -I Residence: UNKNOWN get together the City Commission of Green Cove Springs and

located 418 Cypress St. Extra: lome. filing fee required by law and governing ;the installation. UJSJS. Saratoga Clay County Commissioners for a joint meeting in Tallahassee,

airs. Bentley FOR SALE German Shep- ST. JOHNS :MOBILE HOMES, any such claim or demand not construction and repairing of Attack Squadron 36, to further discuss with the Chairman of the Florida Devel-

clean contact herd puppies, white or black Inc. so filed shall be void. electric and plumbing apparatus Fleet Post Office, New opment Commission plans for the former U. S. Naval Stationin

Intn '. Department Store. 4 tfc and silver. Purebred. $25 each. 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. /HARRY L. MOSLEYAs .wiring or fixtures of the York New York. Green Cove Springs if the State Bid for purchase of this

GCS 284-3567. ll-2c EV 4- 8III Administrator of the territory affected and prescribing To: .SHIRLEY ANN WHITE, base was approved. Commissioner Murrhee stated Commissioner

FOR SALE 2-14 tIe Estate of Harrison Mos- the .rights, authority and Residence: UNKNOWN.You Huntley's Intentions were good even if the meeting was not

LOST Parakeet yellow ley. deceased. duty of the Board of County are hereby notified that attended by members of the City Commission of Green Cove

FURNITURE FOR SALE: Beds, white blue name "Petey Bo)'.** First publication April 18. 1963 Commissioners of said countyin a suit has been filed against Springs.

Reward. 3NL B. Brooks. Phone JONES & IIALL NURSERYNow April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 1963 relation thereto; and provid- you in the above entitled cause; Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commis-
chests tables chairs couch. 284-3521. 1 West Bay Street. of the sioner Huntley and carried the bills were approved and Warr-
ing for the adoption provisions and that you are hereby re-
Phone Mrs. Robert Morris. CO Green Cove Sprints. 25p Open 7 Days A Week and code by ants ordered drawn in payment of same as will appear by War-
of this act quired to file
LEGAL NOTICE your answer with
Come_ Out Browse Around rants Lists numbered 319 319A and 319B. which lists are here-
25-c
49248. certain municipalities and providing tihe Clerk of this Court and to
U'ANTED-Ambitious married See Our Stock the violation by adopted as a part of these minutes as much so as if set out
couple Christians Openingfor Highway 13 South of New IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF for penalty for -.serve a copy thereof upon the in full herein.
-
BUY OR TRADE FLORIDAIN thereof and declaring thecame plaintiff or plaintiffs! attorney,
CLAY COUNTY
Collecove
at
Bridge turn right
State and County manager- The Clerk stated that a rumor was being circulated that
to be a county purpose. whose name and address is: J.
For Your Used Mobile Home. owners. Considerable cash re- Store follow signs. CHANCERYNo. the County Commission of Clay County was paying the Clay
of April, TURNER
Dated this 23rd day BUTLER and WILLIAM -
Top Dollar Paid. Big Allowance quired. Great opportunity for 3600 County Crescent a flat fee of $125.00 a month for advertisingthe
A.D., 1963. J C. GUTHRIE JR., 102
on Your Coach to Trade. right people. If you qualify HENRY O. SCOTT SFloyd I. Gnann I Florida Title Building Jack- County Commission' Minutes each month. The Clerk
write Box C, Clay County Crescent LEGAL NOTICE Plaintiff stated that this service cost the County approximately $45.00 to
Call EV 4-5584 Collect.ST. April 25, 1963 sonville 2, Florida not later
Green Cove Springs Fla. vs. I than $60.00 a month depending upon the column inch. Motion by
May 22, A.A. 1963.
JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, 25-3c TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN WARREN SCOTT LEGAL NOTICEIN Commissioner Moody to publish all individual bilk paid by
If you fail to .do so, decree
Inc. Notice is hereby given of my Defendant THE COUNTY JUDGE'S pro confesso will be entered Clay County Commission for the Road and Bridge Department
2-14 tfc 1 FOR SALE-3-year reg,,female I AND FOR CLAY Sheriff's Department and Library Board. Other Commissioners
intention to (have introduced in NOTICE OF SUIT COURT IN against for the relief demanded
Dachshund; bookcase large. FLORIDA you stated this would cost too much to publish the minutes also
the Florida Legislature at its COUNTY
THE STATE OF FLORIDATO in the complaint.The .
wing-back sofa gas stove I 3 that these bills records well all
NO. 586 were public as as other offices in
1963 regular: session a Bill relating IN PDOBATE.
HELP WANTED cots walnut bedroom ,se(. Ph. : WARREN SCOTT Resi- nature of said suit being the Courthouse.
284-9781. to the Clay County Development dence Unknown. IN RE: for the foreclosure of mortgage
Authority amending ESTATE OF FLORENCE S. The following monthly reports and letters were read and
HELP WANTED RELIABLE ; YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- encumbering the following described -
.. Section 4 of Chapter 57-1226,, HIPPLE, deceased. situate in filed.Monthly
FIED that suit has been filed property Clay
a :
WOMAN To take
MAN OR Use Our Special Acts of Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll report of County Judge re: Fines and Forfeitures.
1957. County Florida
against you in the above entitled :
Monthly report of County Agent.
over Watkins Route in Green as amended by Chapter 61-2004, creditors of the Estate of
cause and you are hereby Lot Twenty-six (25)), Block Monthly report of Assistant County Agent.
Cove Springs. Good for up to ClassifiedPage Special Acts of Florida 1961, Florence S. Hippie deceased,
required to serve upon plaintiffs Four (4)). MEADOW- Monthly. report of Horn Demonstration Agent.
$65 weekly to start. No invest (relating to membership ap- are hereby notified and required
attorney whose name and demands BROOK Unit No. 2, accord- Monhtly report of Assistant Home Demonstraion Agent.
and of office. claims or
pointment term to file any
ment. Set your own hours. Per- address appear hereon your have against to plat recorded in Plat Monthly report of District Welfare Director re: County Indigent -

manent opportunity. Fall or Dated this 25th day of April, written defenses: if any. to the which they in may the office of the Book 6, pages 12 and 13, of Fund. .
For Quick'Results 1963. bill of complaint in said suit, said estate the.
current records
public
part time. Write C. R. Ruble of Clay County Monthly report of State Board of Health.
T. Luke_ Glennan, M.D. copy of which is delivered to! County Judge courthouse at of Clay County Florida. Letter from Sheriff Hall re: County Prisoners.
Box 2447 Memphis in the
Dept. A-3. P.O. Florida
i. Green Cove Springs, you herewith, on or before Springs Florida, WITNESS my band and the Letter from Clay County Library Board re: Resignation of
V Tennessee. 11 BC Florida May 6. A.D. 1963. Green Cove seal of said Court eat Green Librarian.
calendar months
within six
Herein fail not or decree pro from the date of the first publication Core Springs Florida" this 19th Letter from Clay County Zoning Department re: Jacksonvile
TORyllllll' confesso will be entered against Each claimor day of April A.D., 1963. Memory Gardens.
) of tfass: notice.
I AREA BUSINESS you for the relief prayed in the demand must be in writingand George L. Carlisle Letter Senator Edwin Fraser. re: Clay County Development
bill of complaint.THE Clerk of the Circuit Court Authority.
4lI4i4ii114il,. .. "I"I 1' M i"l"l''''M''+'1+++ .. must state the place of
+++++++++:++++++.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.44.4.4.+4-: II 1111++ By Vivian H. Sofam Letters
- - - - - - - - - NATURE OF SAID residence and post office ad- regarding former Naval Station at Green Cove Springs

SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE. and must Deputy Clerk from Governor Farris Bryant Senator George Smathers.
FURNITURE DRUGGISTS OFFICE dress of the claimant
EQUIPMENTAMERICAN
April 25, May 2, 9. 16. 1963 Senator Spessard L. Holland
WITNESS my hand and the be sworn to by the claimant his Representative D. R. Mat-
A IK BASE FURNITURE CO thews Senator Edwin Fraser. Ray Green State Comptroller.
seal of said Court at Green agent or his attorney or it will
Fine Furniture EASTERLJXG PHARMACY Cove Springs. Florida this 2nd become void according to law. MA WOMAN'S CLUB Thomas E. Bailey School Superintendent. Doyle Conner,

Carpeting Home AppUanCChComplete Furnishing -OFFICE SUPPLY CO. day of April. AJX 1963. FRED R. SACHER TO MEET MAY 2 Commissioner of Agriculture J. Ed Larson State Treasurer.

5U53 Roosevelt Bird. I Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner GEORGE L. CARLISLE. Administrator Cum Test- Telegram from Congressman D. R. Matthews. re: Clay
The Green Cove Springs VIAWoman's County Health
Jacksonville EV 7-4011<< Complete Cosmetic Dept. Clerk Circuit Court amento Annexo of the Department.
Specialists In dub will bold its next Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commissioner -
(Seal) By Grace M. CarlWeDeputyClert Estate of Florence S.
_ TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office EquIp- : Hippie, deceased. meeting oa Thursday Maya 2nd Green and carried, the Board adjourned to meet againin

pacemakers and PeerlesAir Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries ment SAM B. WILSON Myron C. Prevatt at the Clubhouse.Mrs. regular session on Monday. May 13-th, 1963. at 9:00 o'clock

Stream for Travel Attorney for Plaintiff Attorney at Law M. B. Argo will present A.M.

Used Trailers-Bank Flnanclni Complete Line ot Greeting 217 Guaranty Life Building Kestone Heights, Florida a program on Fine Arts and .Attest: a --
x; 0017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blanding Blvd. Cards Florida for Administrator Ms. Claude Smith will serve es Lather Wilson Chairman
Jacksonville. Attorney
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. LNC chairman for this luncheon.: George L: Carlisle Clerks
r EV 8-857 Jacksonville CV S-07II J055-57 Park SL. Jaeksonrtlh t April 4-11-18-25 April 25, May 2, 9. 16. 1968.



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Wfimm'v LEGAL NOTICE County C'ori1ifiis'sioners'-Minules. 'I


IN THE COURT OF THE -

;: : COUNTY JUDGE, CLAY' CLAY COUNTY Civil Defense Operating Center, which cost Nassau County

COUNTY FLORIDA, GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA $3,000.00 and Mr. Chance stated he had received the information

IN PROBATE.IN .for clay County for $5.00.
APRIL 8. 1963
RE: ESTATE OF i Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner
VERNON S. HAYNES 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M. i Huntley and carried the State Witness Payroll for the Circuit

TO ALL CREDITORS AND The Board of County Commissioners- of Clay County Court. Fall Term of 1962. was approved and signed by the
met in regular session in the County Commission Meeting Chlarman.
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS Roar in the Courthouse on above time and date.
The Clerk
OR DEMANDS AGAINST at this time presented the following Resolutionand
The called to order by the Chairman. Honor-
meeting was
SAID ESTATE: requested its adoption; also the Clerk requested instruc-
RALPH F F. MARINA MARINA t MOTELAPTS. I able Luther E. Wilson; other members present were Louis L. tions from the Board as to what Bank this deposit was to be
INLET You and each of are hereby
you Huntley. District No. 2, Marvin Green District No. 3. O. J. designated. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by
FOR RENT notified and required to present Murrhee. District No. 4 and H. E. Moody. District No. 5.
Commissioner
Hwy 17 Orange Park Moody and carried the following resolution was
MILBERGEROrange any claims and demands The Chairman introduced Reverend Edward Summersill of
Week MonthU.
By or adopted and the Bank of Keystone
Heights was designated
STORAGE ,&, DRV S. 17 North which you, or either of you may the Black Creek Baptist Church who gave the Invocation.The us the Bank for this Fund to be deposited in.
& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS PHONE 284-3605 have against the estate of VER- minutes of the last regular meeting held on March 11.

(next to bus station) EE-ZY TRAILERSMERCURY .- NON S. HAYNES, deceased, 1963., were approved as read. RESOLUTIONBE

...> EXCISES late of said County, to the Commissioner seconded Commis-
REFRIGERATIONAND Motion by Huntley by IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissionersof
SALES & SERVICE4 PACKAGE STORE County Judge of CLAY County, sioner Green and carried a Plat of Jacksonville Memory Clay County, Florida that the State Board of Health of the

AIR CONDITIONINGService Florida, at his office in the Gardens was accepted and approved.At State of Florida be requested to return from the funds here-

CO 4-9835.,- courthouse of said County at this time the bids were opened as advertised for Gas- tofore deposited with the State Board of Health by Clay
=rd ; PAUL'SAll
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Florida oline and Oil for the Road Department beginning May 1, 1963 County, the sum of Thirty-eight Thousand One Hundred ninety-

Home Phone 284-078O ROOKKEEPINGHERMAN < Legal Beverages within 6 caJaendar months: for a period of one yeaar. Six bids were received as follows: five and 86/100 ($38.195.86) dollars to be used in the con-

Business Phone 284-9431 Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. from the time of the first pub- (1) D. F. Dancy and Sons (2) Gulf Oil Corporation. (3) Stand- struction of a County Health Center in the City of Green Cove

lication of this notice. Eadh ard Oil Company, (4) Cities Service Oil Company. (5) Clay Springs, Florida. Said funds shall be used with 57000.00 set
Dnval Line
E. REED'Bookkeeping' County claim or demand shall be in Oil Corporation. (6) Pure Oil Company. Motion by Commis- aside by Hill-Burton Funds to assist in the project of planning

AGIN'S' North of Orange Park writing, and shall state the sioner Green seconded by Commissioner Moody, and carried constructing and equipping a new County Health Center.

and Tax Service" place of residence and post office to accept the low bids on each item as advertised for. The Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner -

t a 9f Refrigeration PIANO SERVICE address of the claimant, following were the low bids: Clay Oil Corporation to furnish Murrhee. and carried the following Resolution was adopted.

And Air 400 W. Walnut:St. and shall be sworn! to by the Gasoline. Motor Oils and Burner Oil; Pure Oil Company to furn-

o : ConditioningSERVICE Phone 284-072,1" w ___ GEORGEVEEK8 cloimant. agent, attorney, and ish Diesel Oil; Standard Oil Company to furnish Kerosene and RESOLUTIONThe
PIANO SERVlCE- any such claim or demand not Chassis Lubricants. Board of County Commissioners of Clay County.
-
Green Cove Sprli.gs"CABINET so filed shall be void. Mrs. Margaret Nelson. Clay County Home Demonstration Florida having by its own motion resolved to close the roads
Toning Repairing
'' ROY HILDUMAs Agent. Miss Sandra Lee Reese Assistant Home Demonstration hereinafter described and providing proper notice by publicationand

Chrysler Alrtemp Sales WORK PHONE S84327SBox executor of the Last Agent and County Agent E. D. McCall appeared and requested after hearing pursuant to Section 336.09 and 336.10

Authorized Philco > 5O Hlbernia Rt. Will and Testament of extra office space at the Courthouse Annex when the Health Florida Statutes Annotated determined to vacate abandon,

Service LINSLEY WOODWORKS Green Cove Springs VERNON S. HAYNES, de- Department moves into its new Health Unit. Mr. McCall also close renounce and disclaim all rights of the County of Clay and

I Day Ph. 284-368O Custom Cabinetry ., ceasedT. requested office space for ASC Committee. Chairman Wilson the public in and to the following roads located in Clay

I Night 284-3403 REAL ESTATE advised them that the Board would give this request further County. Florida to-wit:
J. JENNINGS, JR.
Palmetto Office Bar ard Store Fixtures consideration when the space becomes available. Miss Reese Commence at the point on State Road No. 21 where the
ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE OF
Cove Springs Cabinets Bids. Hardware CLARENCE B. LAZETTE requested leave to attend a a training meeting in Tallahasseethe same in intersected by State Road No. 218 at Middleburg,
Green VERNON S. HAYNES
Plywood Plastic Laminates, week of May 1. 1963. Miss Reese stated that she would Florida and running southeasterly through Sections 14, 24, 19.
Phone Bus. 284-3223 Llscensed Broker In First publication April 25, 1963. atend at her own expense. Motion by Commissioner Green 30. 29, 28, 33 in Townships 5 and 6. Range 25 East in Clay
April 25 May 2, 9,18,1963.
/
FILL DIRTCHERRY Phi.ne (Res. 281-38O3 Green Cove Springs seconded by Commissioner Muirhee. and earned to approve County. Florida and being parts of the old Middleburg-Penney

Highway 17 North Since 1O37 ;this request.Mr. Farms graded road now supplanted and replaced by the existing

s & LOVETT Green Cove Spring! __ Homo Farms Acreage LEGAL NOTICEIN Don Champion Clay County Farm Forester appeared road-State 218. (It being intended to close only that part of

11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 and. gave his Annual Report. Mr. Champion discussed Section the old county roads above mentioned which now lie outsideof
Truck THE COUNTY JUDGE'S 589.32 Florida Statutes which is being considered in the Leg- the present road right-of-way of State Road 218 above
Damp
DragLJne APPLIANCES
',' COURT OF CLAY COUNTY. islature for amendment. Motion by Cimmissioner Moody sec- mentioned.)

LIGHT DOZIER WORK ELECTRICAL FLORIDA onded by Commissioner Green and carried to go on recordas WHEREAS It was duly resolved that a public hearing be
t CLEAN FILL DIRT Jim Carter Appliance r In ProbateIn favoring amendment to the Section. held at the next regular session of this Board which Is on the

Shell Clay Service Inc. Atlas Electric & Mechanical Re: Estate of Mr. Ray Chance. Director of Clay County Civil Defense 13th day of May 1963. at 9:00 o'clock A. M.. and that a noticeof

FREE ESTIMATES A. F. BakerRefrigeration' HARRISON MOSLEY appeared and gave a brief report of his Unit's past month said hearing to determine the feasibility of closing vacating

PROMPT DELIVERYCourteous: .;&: Company deceased activities. Mr. Chance also advised that he had recently abandoning discontinuing renouncing and disclaiming all

.. Service Air Conditioning Service We do all type of electrical received from Nassau County a copy of their plans for a County I rights of the County of Clay and the public in and to the roads

Phone CO 4-6311 wiring. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo hereinabove described shall be published in the Clay County

also all All Creditors and Persons Crescent as required by law.
Res. CO 4-0867
RePairs, RAY SHIPP having Claims or Demands LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICEIN The request from the State Service Officer. Melvin Dixon.
Major Appliance
W. E. (Ernest) Cherry Owner andIanager! against said Estate: that the Clay County Service Officer be granted permissionto
Washers. Dryers -
General Mgr. Phone 284-9228 I You and each of you are NOTICE OF INTENTION TO THE CIRCUIT COURT, atend the Annual Statewide Service Officer's School and

Doctors Inlet FU Phone 2s.t354ZII I hereby notified and requiredto APPLY FOR LOCALLEGISLATION FOURTH JUICIAL CIRCUITOF Conference in Daytona Beach. Florida, May 6, thru May 11,

present any claims and de- FLORIDA;CLAY COUN- 1963 was approved upon motion of Commissioner Huntley.

CAREY'S TRADING POST mands which you may have Notice is hereby given of my TY, FLORIDA, IN CHAN- seconded by Commissioner Green and carried.

I I OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE I WE BUY SELL TRADE against the Estate of Harrison intention to have introduced in CERY Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commis-

[ Three locations: Mosley. deceased late of Clay the Florida Legislature. at its NO. C-3603 sioner Huntley, and carried, a Lease Agreement between the

15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-3280 County Florida to the County 1963 regfulair session. a bill to FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT- Clay County Board of County Commissioners and the Keystone

Warehouse & antiques old Judge of Clay County Florida ,provide for the regulation of GAGE ASSOCIATION, a Water Works Inc., was executed by the Chairman this beingon

Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave at his office in the Courthouseof electrical and plumbing installations corporation, etc., Lot 16 Block 12 Town of Keystone Heights for storage

For Rent I MiscellaneousFOR "BIG TOP" tent BlandingBlvd. said County at Green Cove construction and repairsin Plaintiff building for Civil Defense Emergency Hospital.

At Ridgewood Springs. Florida within six all areas of Clay; County, vs.MORRIS. Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner -

fr FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- months from the time of the Florida, not embraced within C. WHITE, JR., and Green and carried to approve Easement with Florida Fish
mowers. $15.00 and up. McGee's Furniture & appliances at first publication of this notice. the corporate limits of any municipality SHIDLEY and Fresh Water Game Commission for a boat ramp to be
Inside and ANN WHITE
,
house, newly painted Welding & Radiator 520 N. bargain prices 8tfc Each claim or demand shall be in Clay County; providing his wife .. built at the end of Murray"s Drive on Doctors Lake; upon

out reasonable, large yard appliances Orange Ave., Phone 2843163.7tfc in writing shall be in duplicate for the! appointment. Defendant receipt of Easement from the Florida Game Commission.

turnished. Call Penney shall state the place of electrical and plumbing inspec Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commis-

Farms, 5298211. ZOtfe ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, residence and post office ad- tors; providing for the creationand NOTICE OF SUIT sioner Green, and carried to approve and request the Clay

FOR THE BEST In. all-round Inc. dress of the claimant shall be adoption of an electrical THE STATE OF FLORIDATo County Legislators to support the Plat Law Bill.

good printing try the CRESCENT We Will Trade for Your Car sworn to by the claimant his and plumbing: code; providingthe : MORRIS C. WHITE, JR., Commissioner Murrhee stated that he wanted to congrat-

FOR RENT PRESS, INC., The priceIs Furniture, Diamonds or Anything agent or attorney and shall be proceedings therefor and MORRIS C. WHITE, JR., ulate Commissioner Huntley for his recent efforts In tryingto

2 bedroom house furnished right. of Value on a New Mobile accompanied by the one dollar providing for rules and regulations Residence: UNKNOWN get together the City Commission of Green Cove Springs and

located 418 Cypress St.. Extra home.ST. filing fee required by law. and governing ;the installation, UJ5JS. Saratoga, Clay County Commissioners for a joint meeting in Tallahassee

FOR SALE German Shep- JOHNS :MOBILE HOMES any such claim or demand not i construction and repairing of Attack Squadron 36, to further discuss with the Chairman of the Florida Devel-

clean contact Mrs. Bentley, herd puppies, white or black Inc. so filed shall be void. I electric and plumbing apparatus Fleet Post Office, New opment Commission plans for the former U. S. Naval Stationin

1rT1n .s Department Store. 4 tfc and silver. Purebred. $25 each. 6283 Roosevelt Blvd. /HARRY L. MOSLEYAs i .wiring or fixtures of the York, New York Green Cove Springs if the State Bid for purchase of this

GCS 284-3567. ll-2c EV 4-5584 Administrator of the territory affected and prescribing To: .SHIRLEY ANN WHITE, base was approved. Commissioner Murrhee stated Commissioner

FOR SALE 2-14 tic Estate of Harrison Mos- the rights, authority and Residence: UNKNOWN.You Huntley's intentions were good even if the meeting was not

LOST Parakeet yellow, ley. deceased. duty of the Board of County are hereby notified that attended by members of the City Commission of Green Cove

SALE Beds, white, blue, name "Petey Boy. First publication April 18, 1963 Commissioners of said county a.> suit has been filed against Springs.
FURNITURE FOR : Reward. M. B. Brooks. Phone JONES & HALL NURSERYNow April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 1963 in relation thereto; and provid- your in the above entitled cause; Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner -
chests, tables chairs couch. 1 West Street. Huntley, and carried the bills
284-3521. Bay of the and that were approved and Warr-
for the adoption provisions -
Open 7 Days A Week ing you are hereby required -
Phone Mrs. Robert Morris. CO Green Cove Springs. 25p Browse AroundSee LEGAL NOTICE of this act and code by to file your answer with ants ordered drawn in payment of same as will appear by War-
Come Out _
rants Lists numbered 319 319A and 319B which lists here-
49248. 25-c Our Stock certain municipalities, and providing die! Clerk of this Court, and to are
ANTED-Ambltlous married for the violation by adopted as a part of these minutes as much so as if set out
Highway 13 South of New IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF for penalty 'serve a copy thereof upon the
couple Christians Openingfor In full herein.
BUY OR TRADE Bridge, turn right at Collecove CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDAIN thereof, and declaring theeame plaintiff or plaintiffs! attorney,
State and County manager- The Clerk stated that a rumor was being circulated that
CHANCERYNo. to be a county purpose. vrhose name and address is: J.
For Your Used Mobile Home. Considerable cash Store follow signs. the County Commission of
owners. re- of Clay County was paying the Clay
Dated this 23rd day April, TURNER BUTLER and WILLIAM -
Top Dollar Paid. Big Allowance quired. Great opportunity for 3600 County Crescent a flat fee of $125.00 a month for advertising
A.D., 1963. J C. GUTHRIE, JR., 102
on Your Coach to Trade. right people. If you qualify HENRY O. SCOTT. S/ Floyd I. Gnann I Florida Title Building, Jacksonville the County Commission Minutes each month. The Clerk
write Box C, Clay County Cres- LEGAL NOTICE Plaintiff 1963 stated that this service cost the County approximately 45.00 to
Call EV 4-5584 Collect. April 25, 2, Florida, not later
cent, Green Cove Springs. Fla vs. I $60.00 a month depending upon the column Inch. Motion by
than
May 22, A.A. 1963.
t T. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, 25-3c TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN WARREN SCOTT LEGAL NOTICE Commissioner Moody to publish all Individual bills paid by
If you fail to .do so, decree
Inc. Notice is hereby given of my Defendant IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Clay County Commission for the Road and Bridge Department
2-14 tfc FOR SALE-3-year reg,.,female CLAYCOUlv pro confesso will be entered Sheriffs Department and Library Board. Other
intention to (have introduced in NOTICE OF SUIT COURT IN AND FOR Commissioners
Dachshund; bookcase, large against you for the relief de- stated this would cost too much to
the Florida Legislature at its THE STATE OF FLORIDA FLORIDA publish the minutes also
manded in the
complaint.
wing-back sofa, gas stove, !3 1963 (regular session a Bill re- TO: WARREN SCOTT Resi- IN PDOBATE. NO. 586 The that these bills were public records as well as all other offices in
WANTED
HELP cots, walnut bedroom set. Ph. nature of said suit being
the Courthouse.The .
lating to the Clay County Development dence Unknown. IN RE: for the foreclosure of
2849781. Authority; amending ESTATE OF FLORENCE S. mortgage following monthly reports and letters were read and
HELP WANTED RELIABLE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- encumbering the following described -
Section of Chapter 57-1226, HIPPLE deceased. filed.
FIED that a suit has been filed property situate in Clay
MAN OR WOMAN To take Use Oui Special Acts of Florida, 1957. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Monthly report of County Judge re: Fines and Forfeitures.
against you in the above entitled County, Florida:
o'Yer'atklns Route in Green as amended by Chapter 61-2004, creditors of the Estate.of Monthly report of County Agent.

Cove Springs. Good for up to ClassifiedPage Special Acts of Florida, 1961, required cause to and serve you upon are hereby plaintiffs Florence S. Hipple, deceased, Lot Twenty-six (25)), Block Monthly report of Assistant County Agent.
and required Four (4), MEADOW- Monthly report of Horn Demonstration Agent.
relating( to membership, notified
weekly to"slart. No Invest appointment attorney whose name and are hereby
$65 BROOK Unit No. 2 accord-
Monhtly report of Assistant Home Demonstraion Agent.
and term of office. to file any claims or demands
ment. Set your own hours. Per- address, appear hereon. your to plat recorded in Plat
Monthly report of District Welfare Director
have against re: County Indigent -
Dated this 25th day of April, written defenses. If any to the which they may
Book 6
12 and 13 of
pages Fund.
or
manent opportun1t7.Fun =-' off"ICe'of the
in the
For 1963. bill of complaint in said suit said estate
Quick"Results the current public records Monthly report of State Board of Health.
part time. Write C. R. Ruble T. Luke Glennan, M.D. copy of which is delivered to County Judge of Clay County, of
Dept. A-3. P.O. Box %U1l\lem- Green Cove Springs, you herewith on or before Florida, in the courthouse at day County Florida. Letter from Sheriff Hall re: County Prisoners.
w ;; Cove Springs, Florida WITNESS my band and the Letter from Clay County Library Board re: Resignation of
Green
phis V Tennessee. 11 B Florida May 6. A.D. 1963. within six calendar months seal of said Court eat Green Librarian.

1-8'' > Herein fail not or decree pro from the date of the first publication Core Springs Florida, this 19th Letter from Clay County Zoning Department re: Jacksonvtie
confesso will be entered againstyou day of April A.D. 1963.
Memory Gardens.
claim
of this notice. Each
II AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYFURNITURE : for the relief prayed In the or demand must be in writing George L. Carlisle, Letter Senator Edwin Fraser. re: Clay County Development

bill of complaint. of Clerk of tie Circuit Court Authority.
1 .i. . . . . .. . . . -rrr THE NATURE OF SAID and must state the place By Vivian H. Sofam Letters
: residence and post office ad- regarding former Naval Station at Green Cove Springsfrom

DRUGGISTS :OFFICE EQUIPMENT SUIT BEING FOR DIVORCE. dress of the claimant and must Deputy Clerk Governor Parris Bryant, Senator George Smathers,

WITNESS my hand and the i be sworn to by the claimant, has April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 1963 Senator Spessard L. Holland. Representative D. R. Mat

Alit BASE FURNITURE CO AMERICAN seal of said Court at Green agent, or his attorney or it will thews. Senator Edwin Fraser Ray Green. State Comptroller.

Fine Furniture EASTERLIXG PHARMACY OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Cove Springs. Florida this 2nd become void according to law. VIA WOMAN'S CLUB Thomas E. Bailey School Superintendent. Doyle Conner.

Carpeting AppUancce day of April AJX 1963. FRED R. SACHER TO MEET MAY 2 Commissioner of Agriculture J. Ed Larson. State Treasurer.
Home Furnishing
Complete Reliable Prescription Service Cum Test- Telegram from Congressman D. R. Matthews re: Clay
SU33 Roosevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner GEORGE L. CARLISLE. Administrator
The Green Cove Springs VIA County Health Department.,
Jacksonville EV 7-401 ,Complete Cosmetic Dept. Clerk Circuit Court amecto Annexo of the
Specialists In (Seal) By Grace M. Carlisle Estate of Florence S. .oman'. dub will hold its next Motion by Commissioner Murrhee seconded by Commissioner -

TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equipment Deputy Clerk Hippie, deceased. meeting on Thursday Maya 2nd Green and carried the Board adjourned to meet againin

Pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries SAM B. WILSON Myron C. Prevatt at the Clubhouse.Mrs. regular session on Monday. May lath, 1963. at 9:00 o'clock

Air Stream for Travel Attorney for Plaintiff Attorney at Law M. B. Argo will presenta A.M.
_
Used Trailers-Bank Financial Complete Line ot Greeting Fine Arts and Attest: -
217 Guaranty Life Building Kestone Heights Florida program on
0017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blinding BlT4.. Cards Jacksonville. Florida Attorney for AdministratorApril Ms. Claude Smith will1t6r'Ve as ; ,Luther. Wilson, Chairman

BUTTS MOBILE EV 8-8578 HOMES. INC JackBonrllU EV S-07SC 2055-57( Park SU Jacksonville April 4-11-18-25 25, May 2, 9. 16. 1968. chairman for this l l1K1< eon. : George L: Carlisle Clerk -



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If I Events Of The Week-I I- Guest SpeakerREV. Batter Up !_ !! At O.the P.Annual GARDEN Meeting CLUB of the HOLDS I dock.ANNUAL Mrs. James MEETING E. Crow Mrs. .


Garden Club of Orange Park Charles Cibula Mrs. Carl Felt,
Friends of the Park Civitans Tuesday -
The Orange Park Orange ----
wax : held last Tuesday evening at Mrs. George P. Stephens, and
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Library are holding an Open April 30, at 7 P.M. atCharlie's "
f s=iAN. the Lions Club Mrs. John F. Mrs. L. B. St. Petery.
House at the new Orange Restaurant.
Schaffer was elected president Mrs. G. W Lawhead receivedan
j Park Branch of the Clay __ I
Circle-Wed- for the coming year. award for the Smokey Bear
County Public Library from Presbyterian Day
Also elected were: first vice I Chairman who had collectedthe
10 to 12 noon, 1 to 6 and nesday May 1. at 9:45 AJ.I. '
president Mrs. Gordon Sand- most money for the Ocala
r from 7:30: to 9:30: o'clock to- at the home of Mrs. A. C.
ridge; second vice president, Youth Conservation Camp.
day. Boyett.
I Mrs. E. M. Mallory; recording Cathy Cibula of the Junior Gar-

This is everyone's opportunityto secretary, Mrs. C. T. Abbott; den Club and Martha Graves,
this beautiful Orange Park High Boosters I
visit new z and corresponding secretary Patsy St Petery and Betty
4 of Wednesday May 1, at 8 P.M. j
building, part Orange 4 Mrs. William Highhouse. Allen of the High School Gar-
Center and at the school cafetorium. i I
Park's Civic .
new s ---- k; ': Awards were presented to the deners were given awards for

to Join the friends of the Orange Park's four Little Cotney Tire Service team and deserve our thanks.Refreshments I 11 board members who had not not missing a meeting all year
Donations of different W. E. Cherry Elementary PTA
Library.amounts entitle the Thursday May 2, at 7:30 teams were getting in shape this he J. P. Hall. Jr. Bankers team. I will be sold at missed a single meeting during The circle presidents, officers,

Uniforms for all the teams Saturday's games, and everyone the year: Mrs. Schaffer, I and board chairmen gave their
various p.m. at he school. week for their game at 1:30 o'-
donor
to the typesof have been ordered, and it is is urged to bring his own Mrs. Mallory, Mrs. W. T. Walker -, aannual reports, and all agreed

membership: Association clock Saturday when Mayor hoped that they will arrive in seat, since there are no Jr., Mrs. Williams Mrs.I that he year had been meat
Doctors Inlet Civic
Walter G. Odum will throw out time for the opening games. bleachers.All Harley Broom, Mrs. O. S. Brad-l successful.
Orange Park Hobby Show Thursday May 2, at 8 i II I
the first ball. Jaycees Bob Nolan aand Neal I of Orange Park's Little
Friday, April 26, 3 to 5 and P.M. at the Civic Center.
The game will be betweenthe Malthura and Lion Jake Lynch Leaguers are busily selling
7 to 9 P.M. at Orange Park i
i Orange Park Women's Club Coca Cola teaam and the I deserve much praise for their candy mints to help buy and REAL ESTATE
School Auditorium
Elementary 8 P.M. B. W. BURNS Clay Oil Co. team. The second hard work in getting Orange maintain the needed baseball
Thursday May 2. at I
( at the Women's Club. Rev. B. W. Burns of Jack- game of the afternoon's double- Park's Litle League organized, equipment. Please help themif
header will be between the and the 4 team ssponsors also you can!
Orange Park Little League sonville will speak at Black j

Opening Game Saturday, Creek Baptist Church, duringthe
NELSONS FETED ATSPAGIIETTI
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH"A BAND ASSOCIATION
April 27, at 1.30 PJH. at morning worship services. Social NotesAmy INSURANCE AI'I'RAISALSFrank
Orange Park Elementaryfield. SUPPERMr. Sunday, April 28. DAY IN THE COUNTRY"An ELECTS MRS. DUNCANAt

and Mrs. Nelson Mor- He is a graduate of Howard opportunity to spend "A Sue Barber and Alber- their regular monthly s

gan of Allen Mac Court have College. Birmingham Alabama Day in the Country" is being i tus Vaut Barber, m, childrenof meeting on Monday evening at

"A Day in the Country", by moved to Corpus Christi, Texas. and the Southern Baptist The- planned by the Ohoirchwomen of : Commander and Mrs. A. V. the High School band room, the

Grace Episcopal Women On their last night here, their ological Seminary. Louisville, Grace Episcopal Church, Orange Barber, Jr., of Orange Circle, Band Association of Orange

Monday. April 29, at 10:30: neighbors, the Ralph Moores, Kentucky. He did Post graduate -i Park for next Monday April were christened on April 13 at Park High elected Mrs. Lee ; \\ Brownand

A.M at 3013 Doctors Lake I entertained for them at a spag- i work at Southwestern Bap- 29, from 10:30: to 3:30. Grace Episcopal Church. Duncan president for the com-

Drive. hetti supper. tist Theological Seminary in Bridge will be the featured 1 i ing year. Associates

Ft. Worth, Texas. Rev. Burnsis attraction of the day with coffee Former Orange Park High Other officers elected were: 1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone CO 4.9501 Orange ParkPRESCRIPTIONS

known and loved throughoutthe and finger foods served on School student Richard Reed, vice president. Mrs. C. W.
now stationed with the Armyin i Sewell secretary Mrs. S. C.
? south where he has servedas In addition ;
at
Going Fishing the terrace noon. '
Panama, is here leave Thomas and Mrs.
pastor of churches in Alabama swimming and professional on ; treasurer
visiting the Walter Gorski fami- Walter Odum.
Kentucky Texas, and .. Sweedish messages (the latter -
SALLY and ED MANALIOof ly Etiles Avenue. Since Band Director H. M.
Florida. He is now head of the additional will on
at an charge) -
Old Testament Department at King was not present, no deci- (
ibe available for:those 'tho wish. 4)
& Luther Rice !I University of Florida students sion has yet been reached to
(Sally's Bait Tackle of Orangedale) Seminary Jacksonville There will also be informal as 'FILLED"
Florida. home after the end of the time and place for the 1
Have opened a new store at ,fashion modelling during the
j the trimester included: Linda Raider Band annual spring
Magnolia Springs MarinaThey Reverend Burns also is activeas day.
a counselor in the Central I Ricker, Larry Roc wood. Tommy concert next m 0 n t h. Band
I
Chairmaan for the 001
can now, serve you on both sides of the river for all Counseling and Research Serv- be held at 3013 Doctor's event Lake I I Shad, Peggy Smith. Sally I parents are again urged to send
ice of Jacksonville. :.Ann Rock, Lee Drawdy and in their $2 monthly donationsfor 1a
Your Fishing Needs at .
Daniel Martin.
Drive,is Mrs. A. .
Don Ryce. the rest of the year to the
E. S. Summersill, pastor of .Mrs. E. J. S. Young iscochairman ._ :
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Association
Band P. O. Box
r
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS BAIT & TACKLE SHOP the Black Creek Church, invitesall and others on the committee -
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Orange Park. Parents of
(Just Over Governors Creek Bridge) to attend services with Sun- are: Mrs. Thomas: H. JOHNNY ALVIN ADAMS
over 20 band members have
day School beginning at 10 ajn. McMillan Mrs. Robert Huber ,
All Kinds of Bait, Including- Live Crabs Funeral services were held already paid for the year and
and. Worship Service at 11 ajn. and Mrs. Robert P. Fowler for Johnny Alwin Adams, aged .
Soft Drinks Candy 116 more have paid for part of
!tickets and wars. ; Mrs. 65, last week in the chapel of the .

Highway 17 .-. Green Cove Springs CARD OF THANKS John L. Woodbury Jr. and Mrs. the Key-McCabe Funeral Home year.FAMILY

John A. Gfllilamd, coffee and with Rev. Tom Ryan officiat- I

We wish to thank our many refreshments: ; Mrs. Allen C. ing. Burial was in Rideout FUN NIGHT t

friends for their deeds of kindness Ewing and Mrs. Jack H. Quari- cemetery.Mr. SET FOR APRIL 27th Ep .

We SellWe words of sympathy and tius, decorations; and Mrs. Milton Adams was a life-long A covered dish supper and
'
the many beautiful offerings J. Peterson, tables and resident of the Doctors Inlet fashion show will highlight the
v: during the bereavement of our
dhaors.: area. He was a member of the "Family Fun Night" this Sat-

Service olkswagens loved one MARSHALL J. Friends and members of Methodist church. Mr. Adams, urday evening, April 27th for

KNOWLES.Wife Grace Church are invited to a retired guard at he Green the eight Clay County Home '

alsoSports and children. this annual sprink affair and Cove Springs Naval Base is Demonstration Clubs, which Clay County !Pharmacy

may make reservations with survived by his widow, Mrs. will start at 5 o'clock at the ,

Cars Mrs. McMillan by calling CO Sadie Adams of Doctors Inlet; Green Cove Springs Junior
COMPLETESEPTIC
WHERE PHARMACY IS A PROFESSION
4-5691. two daughters, Mrs. Bonnie High School. >

Mathis of Jacksonville and Mrs. W. C. -
Hollingsworth
SPRING MOTORSGreen TANK ;
LEGAL NOTICE Mrs. Judy Roberts of Doctors county chairman of Doctors Gene Allen ,

nlet; three stepdaughters; Mrs.
Inlet will preside.
Cove Springs Phone 284-9209
SERVICECleanouts NOTICE Josephine Knowles of Green Mrs. Carleton Clark of Mid- !" Registered Pharmacist Y .

Cove Springs,Mrs.Betty Touch- dleburg will narrate the fashion STORE nouns ,
CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA otn of Jacksonville and Mrs. show modeled by mem- :
1f lion thru SaL -9:00 AJL-II P3L
Adelaide Saunders of Lake But-
APRIL 24, 1963 bers and their daughters of
Repairs
ler; a stepson R. A. Simmons the dresses they have made Sunday -2:00 P.M- P.M.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire 0 InstallationsORANGE .of Port Arthur Texas five sisters
-
that pursuant to Section 9 of ; during the year. 97 Phone CO (-9%%' Night Phone-CO (.'&11h
Misses Lillian and Mozell I Following this each of the
PARK Chapter 18296, Laws of Florida. Orange Park
Adams, Mrs. Florrie Stott, Mrs. :eight clubs will present a skit : t .
2646171GREEN Acts of 1937,known as the Mur-i
Marion Owens, aall of Jacksonville -
or special music.
Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size phy act the following described !
COVE SPRINGS I I and Mrs. Beatrice --
land in Clay County Florida,
284-3860 Wright of Portland. Ore.
will be offered for sale at pub
Dist., Miller Tires-Autolife Batteries I Mr. Adams succumbed last
STARKE lic outcry for the highest and
Friday after a brief illness. DOG
969-1952 best cash bid subject to the I 1-

right of the Trustees of the
Cor. Park and King Jacksonville Fla. If No Answer
Internal Improvement Fund to I+ TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
RACING
Call JacksonvilleSP reject any and all bids, at the
EV 9-3027 or EV 4-C491 I I I
1-3348 front Court House door in' FOR SALE- 1958 Impala con-

Green Cove Springs beginning I vertible Chevrolet top shape. (Nightly except Sunday

1 at 10:00 AM. on May 28. 1963. :I" new'tires., radio & heater -
- = Thru Jane 1))
'. Outside of municipalities new top reasonable, phone

easement for road right of way 2843441. 25p PLAY
L. AND IX I '
200 feet wide will be reserved 1 I <

from any parcel through which LOST-Black cocker spaniel the fabulous BIG "Q"
Free EstimatesAMASON'S I dog, 6 months old call 284-9783
ORANGE PARK there is an existing state road.
after 6 25c
As to all lands title to one half p.m.
I
of all petroleum and three
1003: U. S. Highway 17 Phone :04.6431 fourths of other minerals will POST

Complete Septic Tank be reserved. All fissionable ma- ROOM AND BOARD TINE sV
Service I'
terial is reserved.E DESIRED

-- 1/3 of W H of Lot 44,
Young man desires room
1st RACE
Orange Park Section 1
and two meals a day' in a s.1 P.M..
Trustees of the Internal

"n'here The Best Is Better We Collect Improvement Fund of the private home in )

State of Florida. Green Cove Springs. tIN

;; ELI Electric by George 1... Carlisle Quiet. Highest references. Daily Double

TIlE and Agent 1st & 2nd Races FLORIDA

3 Trustees L L Fund Write Box D,

BEST Telephone Clay County. Florida. The Crescent. Qninielas Every Race BEER IS A NATURALFrom

YOUR April 25, 1963 1 FREE PARKING
BiDs nature's light grain comes sparkling light beer...

NEEDS ORANGE PARK Florida's traditional beverage of moderation..if s light

sparkling delicious. f;

NOW OPEN KENNEL CLUBU. And naturally, the Brewing Industry in Florida is proud of

HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGS : MIDDLEBURG BARBER SHOP S. Highway' 17 the more than$27,820,935 It contributes in taxes to the state

.. .i.... of Florida each year...money that helps support Out
Get It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE Middlebnrr. Florida South of Naval Air Station schools, our hospitals, and our roads. In Florida, beer b.-
(Hwy 21 Across from Middlebnrr School) longs.enjoy It.

HAIRCUTS $L00 YOUR NeighborhoodEntertainment

FREE LoDiepops for the kiddies! Center UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, I INC.
1922 Highway' 17 Phone 2S4-6S31 Orange Park
HOURS 9:30 &om. '7:31 p.m. \ I FLORIDA DIVISION.

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. PTA NAMES NEW OFFICERS County Loan Closet NOTICE OF UNPAID INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXESAs

Keystone Heights P.T.A. met officers for the following year.
j provided by Chapter 22867, Laws of 1945 notice is given that Intangible I
for the shortest meeting on They were unanimously elect- Personal Property taxes assessed for 1962 and unpaid are now delinquent and begin-
ed, as follows: president, Billy
record last Thursday evening, ning with April 1. 1963. such taxes are drawing interest of 1% (per cent) per Month
Wolfe; president, Mrs. Mar-
in the Cafetorium. plus the proportionate cost of publishing this notice.
garet Androwsen, vice presi-
The nominating committee, dent; secretary, Mrs. Mary Unless the amount set opposite each name below is paid before the first day ,

with Mrs. Nan Muir as chair- K. Schaeffer. secretary; and of May 1963 Tax Execution will issue thereon directing levy upon ony property, real
personal or mixed belonging to the taxpayer for unpaid taxes penalties and additional -
man, presented their slate of :Mrs. Lena Clemens, treasurer.
costs. The names of delinquent Intangible Personal Property Taxpayers and the

amount of taxes, including the cost of advertising and the first month's penalty are

as follows.

A "Let the Rest of the A John R. & Alice Hershberger. Rt. 1 Box 710 Orange Park Fla. .................... 14.93L.

Fla. .......... .. ... $15.15
World Go By" L. Hall Construction co. 2511 Elbow Rd.. Orange Park -
Jt Jt Robert C. Whitehead P. O. Box 4099, Jacksonville Fla. .................. -. .. 4.49

L E. Wayne Geiger

Recreation plots near the swimming hole Tax Collector
Clay County
$675.00 up if you and the kids aren't

too lazy to walk a couple blocks. r NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXESAs

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j' Provided by Chapter 20723 Laws of 1941, notice is hereby given that tangible
r.11Irs.
personal property taxes assessed for 1962 and unpaid are now delinquent and
See Us for Real Estate Needs
your beginning with April 1, 1963, such taxes are drawing interest of 1 per cent per month

plus the proportionate cost of publishing this notice.

S. E. McKAYKeystone Unless the amount set opposite each name below is paid before the 1st day
of May. 1963. warrant will be issued thereon directing levy upon and seizure of

tangible personal property of the taxpayer for unpaid taxes. Penalties and amountof :
Heights Phone 473-4816 taxes including the cost of Advertising and first month's penalty, are as follows:
Carlton Clark of Middleburg, chairman of the County Loan Closet, is shown

above in the recently enlarged quarters. This closet of sick room needs is available to resi- Akers. Jerald T. P. O. Box 916, Green Cove Springs, Florida ............... $ 5.25

dents of Clay County and is maintained by the Clay County Public Health Nursing CounciL Anderson, Lee Roy Rt. 1, Box 104, Richmond Hills, Ga. ...................-... 5.73

Armstrong Brothers Orange Park Florida ......................................-.... 192.06
----- ------ Ethel H. Barbour P. O. Box 1245, Orlando Florida ................--..... 16.34 ,

SCOUTS CAMP OUT I Bleha, Edward % Whitefeather Ct. P. O. Box 536 Keystone Heights, Fla. 32.16
IF ALL ELSE FAILS. Firemen To Have Seafood Party Sat.
Bloir Charles E. % Standard Oil Sta. 2637 Grasshopper Lane OP ........ 29.00
1FOWDIRECTIONSt Last Friday Saturday and Boltin W. G. Jr. P. O. Box 596, Gainesville, Florida ............................ 23.62
Sunday marked two days and Keystone Heights VolunteerFire active members, and to checkon Brown L. T. Jr. Box 32, Keystone Heights, Florida ............................ 3.67 I
two nights of camping for 28 Department met for their medical bills for outsidersup Byrne, Roger H. 559 Laurel Grove Lane Orange Park, Florida ................ '10.00

boys from Troop 105 of Key- regular business meeting last to $250.00 injured at Chain Store Specialties 1121. 71st St. :Miami Beach 41, Florida ............ 6.83

stone Heights. week with President Charlie station. Clark H. R. 8506 Blanding Blvd.. Jacksonville. Florida ........................ 63.83
: Sunday morning worship Service -
Bennett and Young will attend Clay Office Outfitters. Inc. P. O. Box 427, Green Cove Springs, Florida 127.15
Telford presiding. Chief Fex
was conducted by Rev. J. scuba diving school on Cooper, T. J. P. O. Box Wesconnett, Florida ................................ 8.42
reported the following fires for
R. Smith pastor of the First Wednesday nights at Jacksonville Cordero, Oscar W. 5435 Della Robbin Way. Jacksonville Florida ........ 17.92
March March 2 L B. Williamson
: ,
Baptist C h u r c h of Keystone ; March 21, grass fire at- YMCA as previously Countryman, C. E. P.O. Box 163 Orange Park Florida ........................ 10.00

t Heights. authorized the cost is now Couty Eugene Rt. 2. Box 30E. Green Cove Springs, Florida ................ 5.73
Keystone setlement March 24,
l'ti: Scoutmaster Barry W y man ; $15.00 and not 1000. Both Cox, James H. Rt. 2. Box 199A. Green Cove Springs, Florida ................ 6.83
fire at Silver Lake March
grass ;
extends thanks and appreci- will undergo physical examin- Cranford. Edwin E. 6921 Dayton Rd.. Jax Fla .........................._._... 2.09
24 trash fire John Hammond
ation to the following fathers March 27 Lake. ; ations before leaving. Danson, Ralph E. 717 N. McDuff Ave. Jacksonville. Florida ........-...... 5.73
Spring
who made this campout aa success Sunderland was appointed Day John W. 428 Campbell Ave. Jacksonville Florida ..........-..-.... 8.42
Ki41 : William Beam Dennis I. Fox Muir and McGlave were chairman of a committee to Ducky'; Department Store Keystone Heights, Florida ..........-__... 87.58

:x : h' DeWitt Charlie Telford. Gene appointed to investigate Insurance I arrange for a seafood partyon Duncan. Lycian 208 67th St. Jacksonville, Florida ................................. 3.98
: fr w1 Williams, and Lewis Muir. coverage on five non- I II Saturday of April 27. On Edward. Louise 2750 Thornwood Lane Jacksonville Florida ................ 17.92

I motion of Gardener secondedby Faulkner Nursery % A. J. Faulkner. Orange Park Florida ................ 28.37

Williams the ladies are Invited Friedlin, Amile C. --2338 Bethune Ave., Jacksonville 7, Florida ................ 6.83
sn Hear programs of at a cost of $1.50 each. Fullerton's Radio Shoppe Orange Ave.. Green Cove Springs Florida ........ 222.14

The motion was carried over Grant L. D. Rt. 1, Middleburg Florida ................................................ 10.00
FINE opposing votes of McGlave, Griffin D. F. 7766 Lenox Ave., Jacksonville Florida ........_.-........._.. 17.92
Beam. Bennett and Muhlhe- Hall. L. L. Construction Co. 2511 Elbow Rd.. Orange Park Florida ........ 317.14

RECORDED fer. (we pity them when their Rebston. W. A. 2511 Springmont St.. Jacksonville 7, Florida ................ 3.67

SACRED wives read this! Sorry, fellows, Hamrick Otis O. 6704 Renee Terrace Jacksonville Florida ............__ 5.25
Another neat trick use our bank by mail serv- but we have to do something to Hill. Robert E. 345 Toccoa Rd.. Jacksonvile 10, Florida ........................ 5.25

MUSIC check on whether or not people Holton, J. B. 2402 Kings Rd., Jacksonville Florida -........................-.... 3.67
ices. Then when other financial problems come up, dropin
i I
are reading the paper!) Hopkins, Douglas C. Rt. 2, Box 261, Green Cove Springs. Florida ............ 32.16
for aidVe're always glad to see yon at Keystone DAILYON Chief Fox called attention to Hopkins, P. M. Hibernia Rt. Box 79, Green Cove Springs Florida ........ 8.42

the fact that members have Hudgins J. H. % Hudgins & Co. 640 N. Ave. Atlanta 18. Ga. --.... 35.33

State Bank. been admitting nonmembersand I Jackson Robert H. -Box 402 Keystone Hts Florida ........................ 10.95

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leaving them to enjoy the Johnson Julian E. P. O. Box 6268, Jacksonville. Florida 14.75

recreation room. On occasion, Justice, Wm. M. 1538 Pinegrove Ave., Jacksonville Florida ...-........ 10.00

the doors have been left open, Knoll Albert H. 4682 Timuquana Rd., Jacksonville. Florida ......-...... 5.25
MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSTHE and unauthorized persons Larue. Kenneth P. P.O. Box 48. Green Cove Springs Florida ....___.... 190.48
FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY 'COMMUNITY WA YR-550 found using the rooms. Link. Karl C. 318 Trout River Dr., Jacksonville, Florida ..-..-.......... 3.67
This practice will be discontinued M.&M. Laundrymat % M. T. King 1179 Edgewood Ave., Jax Fla. ...-.- 35.33

Mickey R. W. 350 Ernest St. Jacksonville Florida ....................-_...... 3.04
,.. !& '!f-i n Milligans Grill Green Cove Springs. Florida .......................-.--......- 28.37
Speed limit on the fire trucks
McEachen. H. J. Box 87, Green Cove Springs Florida ..........-...... 4.34
.. was placed at 55 mph. exceptfor
ii i& NigAMERICA'S Y 94ffoYe .a--: the present woods truck New Kingsley Beach, Inc. % B. C. Paul Riverside Ave., Jax., Fia. .... 475.45

Nolan J. C. Maxville, Florida ..................................................-.... 36.33
which was limied to 50 mph.
Olgesby Lawrence T. P. O. Box 409 Keystone Heights. Fla. ..-... 17.92
J SpeCIal savings stiaC'5 1li iFJi Join tille Clean-up committee names Orange Park Plumbing Co. Hwy 17, Orange Park Florida ......-...... 16.34

1 are posted in the recreation Park Lumber Co. 1035 Hwy 17, Orange Park Florida ..........-.......... 56.54
rooms and the members are Parvin. Louis R. 2600 Belford Rd.. Jacksonvile. Florida ..............-........ 7.47

LAT1 H= 1r l! ri&iDB ff"f1; requested to note the dates Ferryman. Lois Starke. Florida ..............................................--...... 3.87
t \ tr: U they are assigned. Ray Jack 4410 Biddy Lane Jax 10, Fla. ..................................--..- 19.99
-dIJAnll& rftE&7 r 9,& W g \u Redfearn Appliances % W. H. Redfearn Box 235 Keystone Hte", Fte.' 79.16

Reid. C. E. 4272 Collins Rd., Oraange Park Florida ..............--... 13.17

RDBWGESponcored\ Riddell Nellie M. 2318 Bethune Ave.. Jacksonville Florida ......-..-.-... 7.47
\\ Robinson, Marvin W. 1252 Donald St., Jax 5, Fla .......................-........... 4.39

Rozear Robert L. 2812 Lydia St., Jacksonville. Florida ..............-..-.. 32.16
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'' B. P. O. DOESat Shirley's Trading Post George W. Roberts Middleburg Florida -.......... 14.43

: i ... Sinclair Service Station % W. H. Glover Orange Ave.. G.CJS., Fte ........ 7.47

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LOWEST WEfeCTRADING' s SEDANS-Classic 550 2- Terrells Gulf Service % C. M. Terrell. Keystone Heights. Fla. ............ 29.90
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LOW PRICES! Door Sedan-family room 440 is America sovTlasi! for six 6-footers. Ramblerfor Thomas Delmar R. Box 542, Green Cove Springs, Florida ........................ 3J94
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6, Rambler quality and convertible t with extra-value features. Thrower Glenn H. 615 E: 27th St.. Jacksonville. Florida ......-...-...... 17.92
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famous gas economy! top standard. LADIESWOULD Todd. Wilma C. 2929 Waller St.. Jacksonville. Florida .....,...................... 3.67
power $4491 1 l Tomes Welding Shop % Herbert Tomes. Idlewild Ave. G. C. 8. Fla. .... 44.83

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