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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: August 29, 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 )
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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. 34 :;,. .' ,.:, GREEN COVE SPRINGS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1963 10 CENTS PER COPY
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City To Maintain Middleburg's Dilemna. TO Notices OUR SUBSCRIBERS.are being sent I Schools To Get Orange Drink-


to all Crescent readers '


Base Pending Early To Incorporate or NotMiddleburg arrears.whose Effective subscriptions next week are all in To Replace Too Costly MilkMrs.


subscriptions 60 days or

the old County seat, is buzzing these days more in arrears will be
Promised Sale \ dropped from the mailing Four thousand youngsters in the County will have to go ,

with controversy. The question whether to incorporateor Ona Harrcll without milk when the public school cafeterias open a week

not. A sampling of feeling by The Crescent would appearto list.As renewals from today.
The City of Green Cove win assume; responsibility for the are received -
indicate something close to a 50-50 division of thought, the date beside RiversServices Milk producers, seeking a whopping 44 per cent increasein
analntenance and security of the 1700-acre US government subscribers' the price of milk, have twice submitted identical bids to the
property adjoining it with few showing up as being very vehement in favor; quitea names indicating -
on Monday. '
for Mrs. Ona Lee County Board of Public Instruction.
City officials number against incorporation. Much of the opinion now the expiration date
revealed
Tuesday evening that the General
Harrell Rivers 77 old
of the years An orange drink with a vitamin additive will be offered in
-Services Administration personnel now at the former naval base on the fringe may move decisively one way or another following subscription. arebeing were to be held at 3 o'clock place of the milk according to Julia Smith County school lunch

will be transferred as of Sept. L GSA requested the City to a meeting of the Middlebnrg Civic Association scheduledto changed.If this afternoon in the First Bap- supervisor. This will be purchased from Foremost Dairies'at a

take, over on a interim basis until the City purchases the base through an error you tist Church of Green Cove with cost of under 5 cents and sold to students at
just half-pint
be held at 8 o'clock, on Monday; Sept. 8, in the Community do not receive your Cres- a
1m'1L
period which it is believed will not exceed two weeks. the Rev. Jim McCoullough of- 7 cents without the lunch with the school lunch at
regular or.
Center. time in field will to cent next
Meanwhile, it became known that attorneys for the City At that specialists the explain I week you are I ficiating.Mrs. 30 cents.
will ask the Florida quickly voters what is entailed. asked to call The Crescent
Supreme Court to
hear as as
possible
office (284-3166)( COLLECT Rivers who was the Thus Clay joined ranks with a growing number of Florida
an appeal which Iras teen filed ( ) .
challenging the validation and records widow of the late J. T. Rivers, communities that have balked at the price rise.
of the City's $775,000 in revenue certificates. your died Tuesday night in Clay school lunch
will be corrected.Schools In Tallahassee. Mrs. Thelma Flanagan State
Acting City Manager Ben Zellner estimated it would requirethe Memorial Hospital after a long supervisor said school children "won't get milk until we get a-

services of estimated three additional persons on the a' a illness. A native of Madison satisfactory bid."

City payroll to police the base after the departure of personnelnow County she came to Green How long the Federal government will allow Clay or.any.
To
assigned there. The Sheriff's department has agreed to / Y Cove as a bride in 1911. other Florida county to omit fluid milk from its menus is not
cooperate in the policing.
She was a member of the known she said.

Mr. Zellner said he believed the City's volunteer fire department Open Sept. 3Public First Baptist Church the VIA To qualify for Federal reimbursement a county must pro-
was adequate for fire
protection. He said
he would
Womans Club the VFW aux- vide milk except in emergency situations such as power failures
ask GSA officials before the -week's end for a written statementas schools will iliary and the Clay Memorial which endanger milk or. presumably such a situation as now
Sept.
to,! the City's liability until such time as a deed can be delivered I : ; 3. Schools will open Hospital auxiliary.She exists.
operate on a
to the .
l property.Herman I S 4M M half-day session Tuesday and leaves two sons: J. T. Some of Florida's Gold Coast counties, not under the juris-

; % Wednesday. Sept. 3 and 4. Rivers. Jr., of Ft. Lauderdale; diction of the State Milk Commission will pay substantially less

b 4 School cafeteria service will and Douglas W. Rivers. of Indianapolis than the price asked by milk producers elsewhere.

E. Reed Dies Suddenly ) be available starting Thursday. ; and a daughter, Palm Beach and Dade counties will pay 5.5 cents to the same

Sept. 5. School buses will operate -I :Mrs. C. W. Truett, of Tampa. dairies bidding 7.2 cents in other areas. .

on the first day of school. Also two grandchildren Eugene, In the county's second round of bidding on public school

Bus students will register on Kirker of Green Cove and milk requirements, (625,000 half-pints or 39,060 gallons an-

Imo' x xx the first day of school. Other Judy Anapau of Ft. Lauder- nually), Gustafson's Dairy of Green Cove and Staff's Superior

students will register any time' dale; a brother H. B. Harrell, Dairies of Jacksonville submitted identical" bids of 7.2 cents a

F. W : ffio from Aug. 19 through August of Leesburg; four sisters; Mrs. half pint.

3k ::4 29 with the exception of August Eudora Blanton of Jacksonville E. S. Gustafson said the sharp rise in the price of milk was

t 27 when teachers will be ir ; Mrs. Clifford Mathews.of attributable: to the requirement of the State Milk Commission

Gren Cove for a Countywide Orlando; Mrs., Nita Blue of that producers receive a minimum of 61 cents a gallon. ,

meeting. Perry; and Mrs. Cora Bunting, At ?.2 cents a half-pint, the price per gallon is more than

a"rx Parents should contact in- of Madison and four great $1.15.The
Joe Huntley owner and operator of Huntley's Supermarket | dividual schools for additional grandchildren.Active Milk Commission which Is scheduled to meet on Sept.

was among those most vehement in his oppositionto registration information.H. pall bearers listed are: 10. has been asked to look into the profits of milk producers last

c M. Burkhalter John McKinley when'' received only 5 cents a half-pint for their
in C. Long superintendent year they
incorporation. "I don't think we've got enough people .
t. 3 'a John Bradley Lisle .Kenney -* product.If .
; full
that
announces complement
the town yet and incorporation will run up our taxes.: They're.'high .
of teachers and Instructional -' Armigel Wade and E. B. the school board contracted to buy milk at 12 cents a
}
it is." Mr.' his views by'saying.
enough as Huntley tempered
. personnel will be avail- -Taylor: half-pint, according to Miss Smith the board itself would haveto
'that he favored a rule of the majority and If. the able.for'an expected enrollment Listed as honorary pall bearers absorb the price rise at an annual cost of more than $15.000

majority of lWddl bur citizens'. could live ,with incorporation ol'.5,000 pupils. :are: Clayton 'Revels..1. W. K ;,pasit8longito? public school children. She said she,.-;:snot
.. Williams, Pete'Gustafson; W. J. that all i afford to-paf more
he could too;. '- .._ i sure pare 1ts n"tliEfCountycould
_v -_ ;;r 'n; J URLINTON'OFFlOrAL '- ", __ Weeks; Dr T: T.uke"Glennan.Dri than 30 cents a day for their ch11dre n'i lunches. '--

John.'ltita1one, Dr.. William -'*
ENTERTAINED 'ItW: asdecide d'11OH.o'subsUtute dry 'or evaporated mIlk'be- ',
BY CTOF C. A. Mulford T. J. Rivers 'Leon cause-this would have required mixing and bottling at-each

Baber Harry Blackmon. D. C. school. Miss Smith said. She said'the board had. chosen to usea

I t Members of he executive staff Turner Otto Rosenbush Carl bottled substitute which can be handed out without local
of the Burlington Industries
Rivers Elliott Maguire. Johnny
.
preparation.Last
processing or
r. +vr SI Stretch yarn plant at Green Rader. Buddy Geiger Clifford
total of 454 700 half-pints
Gustafson's supplied a
year (
rte a Cove were entertained by the Geiger Friday Bonner Edward
x e schools and Foremost the remaining requirement
to the County
.
1 Clay County Chamber of Com- Bradley Don Mclnerney, Hoyle
which amounted to another 170,383 half-pints.
merce last Friday evening at Brown. J: P- Revels Richard
Milk producers were described as being "surprised" at the
the Bayard home of John Preston Sapp and Everett Ivey.
Services for Herman Edgar Reed: one of the most widely I' Hall. County's ability to turn down their Increased bids. '
ati Helm Funeral Home is in
liked and respected men in the County for more than three According: to Conway Owings, Miss Smith said she hoped milk will "come back to our

decades were held at the.Fir"st Presbyterian Church in-Green- 1*I superintendent of the plant, henow" charge of arrangements. ability to buy it" If it does not she added it will have ,to be-
Cove on Tuesday -
morning.air. discontinued.
permanently
pvFq has a work force of more

Reed a public accountant died suddenly early than' 100 persons. They are on shipped into the plant within

Monday morning at his home In Green Cove Springs He I a four-shift-daily seven day the past 60 days is valued at

Bas 69 years old. week. more than half a million dol- GCS Jaycees AttendNaples : '
."F ,
Friends said that Mr. and TUrs. Reed returned from a Machinery which has been lars. J

visit at the home of their son IV. II. Reed in Tallahassee '

late Sunday evening. At that time he complained of a pain Chief of Public l ConferenceEight

In his shoulder. Shortly after 1 o'clock Monday morning he Japanese

suffered a fatal heart attack and died before '= z
a physician .. Green, Cove Jaycees I I r Green Covers in attendance
could reach him. Health Nurses Sees
Clay returned Sunday after attend I were: Frank Schiele. Jr. president -
A native of Arcadia, Fla., he had been a resident of ing the State Summer confer- of the Green Cove group:

Green Cove for 35 years. He was one of the organizers and County's Model ProgramFumie ence of Junior Chambers of r Freeman Everett vice presi- r
first president of the Green I
Cove! Lions Club; a past master C. A. Newnham veteran employe of the Seaboard Air of Cabal Lodge F. &: A. 1\L. and I I
a member of the Order of the
Hotel In Naples. urer; Tracy Saunders. Jr.. Pete
Easter Star. He was also an elder of the First Presbyterian line Railroad said "I never saw a town yet that amountedto Kobayashi the diminutive Church was then the only college Peterson. John McKinley a
The sessions
Church. anything that wasn't incorporated. I believe it would be (4-foot-ll chief of the of nursing in Japan. three-day were
taken with planning Jaycee State director of the Jaycees;
The Rev. C. E. Van der Maaten of Green Cove, and the the best thing for everyone in the community. We could Public Health Nursing division: Miss Kobayashi who will programs up, which will emphasize I George Owens. State chairman

Rev. A. W. Rideout, of Palatka. officiated at the services at look for better law enforcement. Mr. Newnham, who is like of Japan's Ministry of Health spend next week with friends community development during of the "Outstanding YoungFarmer'
the First Presbyterian Church. and Welfare is spending the in Gainesville was guest of
Mr. Huntley, a native of Clay County, has had. until recent I the coming year. Approx- committee; and David
week In Green Cove to have afirst honor on Tuesday evening at a
He leaves
his widow. Mrs Opal Reed; his son W. H. imately 800 Jaycees from all Talbott, vice chairman of the
weeks the only brick house in the town. Now Mr. Huntleyhas
hand look at one of the. reception at the home of Mertlei
of
Reed Tallahassee; two daughters, Mrs. Harold E. Williams, I areas of the State attended the same committee.
of Palatka and just completed and moved Into the town's second brick nation's model county public' LeClaIre, County director of I f
; Mrs. A.
Williams, of Jupiter; a sister, Mrs. i i meeting.
house. health programs. public health nursing.
R. H. Billingsley, of Jacksonville; a step-sister Mrs. Don I

Becker of Miami; and seven grandchildren.Pall ;, Miss Kobayashi: who is In the I II

bearers were Harmon Chesser, Dr. T. Luke Glennan, 1 I United States studying public Summer Swansong: 12 to 4

Lisle Kenney. Dr. John Malone. J. T. Norton Jlmmle Ridley vMo health.nursing on a Rockefeller
and F. W. Strickland. Foundation fellowship is the
I
boss of 20,000 Japanese nursesat
Honorary pall bearers were elders and deacons of the
home. On leave now from
First Presbyterian
Church members of the Cabin Masonic
R her studies at Wayne State University -
Lodge and of the
Florida Accountants Association and of the
Lions Club. .! in Detroit she chose

:4d Florida's public health program 5- 3 :w
Burial was in Hickory Grove cemetery.. ,.-
in Helm Funeral' as a* working model of,what'she : .L..
Home was charge of arrangements.First .
,: wishes tq learn and'C ay'a.as_ i 3

the best-run singleunitspro: -,

,- gram in the State. .
Aid Course Offered __ .. -- 3
:Pinting ;out that 'Japan has r; I.

two public health nursing,, programs -
.
A course of instruction in the Charles McGIave, Mrs. William ,,2 .a 5,. ; one under nationwide

identification o f poisonous Beam. Mrs. Richard Lovern and health center; the other undera {

snakes and general first; aid, Trooper E. L. Jones of the r' national health insurance

including treatment of snake State Highway PatroL Miss Kobayashi said 'Es1ng1eagencJ' a

bites has just been completedby program (unlike -, ,

the County Civil Defense Others participating in the .S Duval County which has botha

rescue unit in cooperation with program which was set up by City and County public health I
County Civil Defense Director
the Keystone volunteer fire service on top of a visiting
Ray E. Chance were: C. Tol-
department. nurse service) would be the i
ford, president of the Keystone
Shellie Downs. Jr.. a reptile most economic and efficient.
volunteer fire dept.; W. I*.
collector of Micanopy, Flan She is a daughter of a Jap-
Varnes. of the Florida Park '
) F. W.
rs. Bndington. the town's grande dame UJ'SU
the In snake
conducted course anese physician who was a
Service at Gold Head State we are ready for it. I think it is wonderful but I don't I
identification and treatment. Park; E. Fox Keystone fire fourth generation doctor. Both Girls outnumbered boys three-to-one on Monday when 16 County tenagen left Green Cove-
know that we are. What will incorporation require in paid
Standard and advanced first chief; B. Wyman scoutmasterof her brother ad an uncle are for a fb aJku mi i outing at Camp Cherry Lake. The 4-H camp, exclusive this time to teenagers
officials and officers
I don't even know what the popula-
aid classes were conducted by Keystone's Scout 105 also physicians and most of her ended yesterday. The Clay County youngsters camped with others from DunL Nassau
troop ; tion of Middlebnrg is. I asked the lady who did the
Richard E. Weghorst first aid H. Driggers of the State Forest young family objected when she en- Baker and St. Johns counties. Among the County youths who attended were: Suzette DuPree
last census to tell me and she said It secret. I feel
safety officer for Alachua was a Nurs- and Pattie Kemper both of Orange Park and Pat Wells Joanne
and Service; and T. Pellicer and W. tered St. Lukes College of ; Swanson.Marsha Jones Nancy
County; assisted by four Clay Meek both of the,State Park if Penney Farms can afford to be incorporated we ing before World War H. The Novak. Artie Molford Sharri Barrie Carol Spearman. Ruth Maxwell Cheryl Hatchings, and
but mind is -
County prospective instructors Service. I my not made up yet. ht.1 college established by the Ca- Bonnie Gibson aD of Green Cove. In a happy minority were: Buck Rivers. Brian Wells, Jon

in first aid. They were: (Continued on Page 2, Columns 7 and 8) nadian branch of the Anglican Stump and Scott Smith aQ of Green Cove.



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: ," County
i Herman E. Reed by DUNCAN GRONER : Jj


Tve known many public spirited men In my life: .philanthropists '

WHEREAS: on August 26 1963 the Great Architect of the and.little people who enjoyed making things: better Cookeryby .

Universe saw fit to call into his presence the spirit of our highly for their neighbors. -

;( respected and much loved fellow citizen I1 rman Edgar Reed; Never have I known such public spirit such consuming zeal r

and for the public welfare as that which burns in the breasts of

with devotion and three of our neighbors. ,
"WHEREAS Herman Cigar: Reed served ,
distinction as a City Commissioner of the City of Green ConS I refer, of course, to that inimitable trio of court jesters: 'i Jerry Koza

L 0>P....*ng from ;lay -t.. iQii to-- May 6., 1947 and as Mayor from Canova.. .Smith. and Wiggins Ltd., who. on their final day of

,July 31, 1944 to May 1, 1945; and grace last weeK mOVe yet again to save the peple of the county t
from their own folly.If .
WHEREAS the late Herman Edgar Reed served his fellow- More and more people are fried oysters are featherweights -
their goal is attained if, by any chance the Florida .
men and his community with unselfish zeal during his long being attracted by Big Jim Riddell's browned to an" epi ,
( Supreme Court supports their view which two Circuit judges
years of residence in Green Cove Springs; and really first rate cooking cure's taste.
have already refused to do; what then is their blueprint for .
,
WHEREAS the late Herman Edgar Reed was a pillar of to his restaurant tucked away Half a dozen of these served '
our salvation If the enabling act under which the City of r .., r $
,
.
in civic, religious and charitable with a thin slice of < .
devotion to his, community many Green Cove in Pacetti's Fishing Camp. It lightly ';:
proposes to buy the adjoining Federal property is,
undertakings, among them having served as an elder and is a short drive across and sauteed ham, and lettuce with V
indeed,. unconstitutional, what then will be done with it? '
as treasurer of the First, Presbyterian Church of Green Cove It is down the- river from Green any of a number of dressings ?" v
at this juncture, very difficult to arrive at Motivation -
Springs, as Master of Cabul Lodge No. 116, Free and Accepted (simple oil being my pick)
unless it be the simple of rule ruin
one or which some of these Cove.With '
Masons and as the first president of the Lions Club here and an eye to Green Covers; makes a memorable feast. If ,
tea' .
same people so blithely accuse thenpolitical enemies of.One's .
had been engaged in the successful and capable practice of accountancy who on Wednesdays have to this requires stronger lubrica-
memory goes back, not too many weeks to the philip-
in this area for a number of years; and I cook their own or go hungry tion than iced tea there is on
pic delivered by Secretary of State Tom Adams to some of
his Jim Riddell is offering from hand a superior Dutch beer.
Reed throughout
WHEREAS, the late Herman Edgar Green Cove's town fathers and sundry guests.In 1
himself selflessly in the promotion of noon until 10 oclock every The friend shrimp is equally
entire adult life of
gave a trice, the mellifluous of
secretary state and guberna- E. D. Chesser Middleburg's barber said that while he
of his fellowmen and his com- Wednesday two trenchermen'sfeeds I attractive. They are neither
the welfare and best interest torial
aspirant (1) charged City officials with a lack of candour
was not as familiar with the advantages and costs of Incor-
such high quality as to meri : an the catfish or chicken hard nor tough; they melt to
of
and whose efforts were
munity In their
dealings with the State, etc.; (2) announced the State'swithdrawal
poration as he should be, he believed he would favor it. Mr.
the taste.
continuous approval of all who knew him; and you can eat at 125. With the
of its offer on the base and (3) sounded
; note of
a Chesser is giving a haircut to Harold Turner a contractor,
catfish there is a crisp slaw, For those who enjoy real
WHEREAS, the late Herman Edgar Reed represented the farewell which said the State would reenter the picture, IF light i made-and-flavored-in- Italian fare Jim Riddell's is living just outside the town. Mr. Turner said that "incorporation -

classic exemplification of living the Golden Rule whose was but which sounded for all the world like a MacAthurian promiseto the-kitchen, hush puppies and real Italian. If any generality will cost the people money police sewage additional
.f' life and gentle spirit will always remain imprinted on the return. I
grits or potatoes. With the ie ever true it is a fact that fire protection, all these services cost money. I believe I
sands of time in Clay County and Green Cove Springs to serve At the time. The Crescent without the aid of crystal balls chicken; hot rolls honey, salad ;: Italians undercook their spa- would if I were a town voter, oppose incorporation."
as 'a fitting example for all mankind to follow; and questioned the sincerity of the State's withdrawal and suggestedit
and French fries. ghetti and other doughy foods.
is I could be a strategic retreat during which the State would
WHEREAS the loss of a man with such high qualities
The usual American version of
This is good solid fare for t
those who knew and loved him as well as by peoplein regroup its battle forces.
keenly felt by the fisherman, the toiler or just Italian spaghetti is long overcooked -
general of this part of Florida who benefitted by his humanitarian Less than three weeks ago. Mr. A. was in Orange Park to
anyone with a big appetite. and as slimy as an eel.
eforts and ceaseless devotion to the principles of preach a bona fide sermon on "Christianity in Politics (I
If these do not satsfy there result of is
The undercooking
think that the .
of it)
was
NOW THEREFORE, name Following his sermon he told
citizenship ,
good ;
The Crescent the State stood ready to do everything In its are a wide variety of seafoods. something chewy, something

BE IT RESOLVED by the Commission of the City of Green power to aid the City in getting the base on its feet. steaks, chops and a choice of tasty. With a fine rich, home- i

Cove Springs Florida, in meeting assembled this the 27th dayf Italian dishes. I made sauce and some imported
Was all this
a part of the strategy that has now unfolded RL.y.
f August 1963: Or was Mr. Adams who traveled to Washington with Lacy For the nibbler there are grated cheese on it, it is worth

That behalf of the of Green Cove Springs and rarer items. about.
yr on people Mahon the trio's lawyer, "to plead the cabinet's cause before talking

i surrounding areas this Commission does unanimously express Federal officials" was he not apprised of what the trio had For instance it can be safe- Jim Riddell. who would make

to the family of Herman Edgar Reed its deep and earnest sense In mind ly said that Jim Riddell fries two of most ordinary people .

ef regret and, heartfelt loss at his untimely passing.BE I cornered Canova a member of the team in Mayhugh's the best oysters south of the presides over his kitchen with 1 _

IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this RESO- Drug Store not long ago and asked him if he and his friends Eastern Shore of Maryland. the sure manner of an old

LUTION be forwarded to the widow and family of Herman planned to take the validation to the Supreme Court. "I don't They are not as most fried hand. His restaurant differs

Edgar Reed husband, father, gentleman, successful business know," quoth he, "but perhaps if you would ask my lawyer oysters are. encrusted In a shell In many ways from the more

t man, and dedicated citizen.' He didn't know If he-didn't know how would his lawyer of hard-fried batter which mannered Julington Creek Res-
get through it. leaves taurant. Both of them offer
/s/ Green Cove Springs City CommissionThe know. Presumably he was paying his lawyer. In short, who once you
in the very little taste beyond that of County gourmets fine foods at
of
name conscience and Christianity hi politics was calling
more than 200 persons who crowded into the First
the signals If Canova doesn't know; if Canova is not getting I egg and flour. Jim Riddell's reasonable prices.
Presbyterian Church at. Green Cove on Tuesday the several
-
his nickel's worth in legal conferences is he still paying his way William R. Weigel, Jr. chief of the Land Management

r cores of others who stood silently on the church's lawn in a while Rex Smith and Mr. Wiggins do all the talking division ef the State Trustees Internal Improvement Fund,

final tribute to him are a small measure of the deep respect I have been told on pretty good authority that if Canova NEW DOORS ON COURT HOUSENew and his wife a Justice of the peace agree they are pretty

and abiding esteem in which Herman 'Reed was held by his aint payin'. he aint the onliest one. As a matter of fact. I hearit well satisfied with things as they stand now In Mlddleborr.Mrs. .

fellow men. said that one of his teammates has bragged that all this glory doors are being installedat conditioning. courtroom Weirel said she did not believe State funds (from gasoline -

Mr. Reed's quiet manner, his sense of loyalty and his will hasn't cost him a thin dime. three entrances to the Coun- which has been requested by cigarette taxes etc.) which are distributed to Incorporated -
Who then
court house that the circuit in this district. communities throughout the State would be sufficient
ty so judges
which for the most
ingness to undertake responsibilities were, The Crescent last week'received (before <
filing of the notice t. meet the expenses of having any worthwhile municipal
part, thankless, were the marks of an extraordinary man. He of appeal) a letter addressed by the chairman of the Committeeof building canoe locked during If the bids are not too high staff. "Besides" she added "many of the people who are

sought and achieved the trust of his fellow men. 100 addressed to Governor Farris Bryant. the night. Mr. Carlisle said the courtroom sieving to Mkidleburg now come here to get away from city

As the Rev C. E. Van der Neaten observed at the funeral In the matter of syntax, the letter was a tragically 1 Clerk George Carlisle said will be air conditioned by next taxes and problems." Both concluded they did not think

battle every inch of the :way. bids will, be advertised for air summer. the town was ready for incorporation.
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services,* it is as if a green tree had gone down at the top of Two
statements In that letter are .now worthy of note.

the hill leaving a bare place in' the sky." The more important of them says to Governor Bryant:

Herman Reed always warm and gracious.always ready to "You may always be proud to know that you purchased (sic)

Help, will be missed by the many groups in which he was personally the deactivated Green Cove Springs Naval: Base through honest : --

interested. He will be missed by the community. negotiation." 1S

The only conceivable Justification I can find for that state- .

ment is that it was a Freudian slip. The writer must have

Letters To The EditorAugust wakened from a dream and he thought all'those suits had been

settled'and the of Green
City Cove had been relegated to its
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26, 1963 Thank,you for yours of August proper niche in Hades; the State had at last' bought the base The Bank of Green Cove Springs
and things were under control.
To the Clay County Crescent: 15 relative to the possible -
The other newsworthy statement bears this out: "The seed I
Sometime ago. Mr. Frank 8. utilization of the faculties at _
McGehee Vice-President of the the Green Cove Springs Naval sown by the civic organization will no doubt bear fruit at the
"
Jacksonville. Paper Company, Base for advancing the pro- next election.
contacted me relative to the gram for the Georgia Christian I think there is no doubt about it, recalling that book of :: Housing"-Loans For Home Improvement '

possible use of a portion of School. poetry by Charles Baudelaire.The .
whole thing reminds me of an incident In which I
the facilities of the old Green Transactions for the acquisition wasa '

Cove Springs Naval Base by the of this property have not wounded and confused victim some years back. ; : FHA Title 1 .

Georgia Christian School now yet been cosummated, of course Stationed in Washington as a junior officer. I asked for

overseas duty. I was forthwith sent from Washington. D. C. .
located in
Valdosta Georgia. for we do not know if the city .'
to Walla Walla Wash., for the of /* ': \ .
The schools needs to expand can acquire the property on its purpose being sent from thereto
New Orleans to board a troop ship. The finance officer who .'-0, These loans be who purchas-
and would like very much to own or will need assistance. .> can granted to any property owner '
paid me off in New Orleans assured that all this ,
consider an arrangement Should the state be Involved in me was onlyto '

whereby suitable facilities at this undertaking, be assured confuse /the, enemy. _...< ",.ingtor has purchased a house, after qualifying through FHA Standards. "

Green Cove Springs could be that your request will receive Have Rex Smith & Co., confused Tom Adams Frank Canova, .,:;:: -, < ; '

utilized. to the chairman of the civic organization Or are they playing a 1- '
It appeared me the immediate attention of the. : i
that such a development wouldbe Cabinet. game? If they are, the stakes are the future of Green Cove -: :_

most beneficial from both I and Clay County and each and every one of the 20.000 persons
Meantime I'would suggest ; o _
(sic) the economic cultural and that you contact Honorable Ben therein. As to the next election we shall see whose are Les Home Improvement '... >$
Pleura du
MalI
educational standpoints, and I Zellner Acting City Managerof ri

had assured :Mr. McGehee that Green Cove Springs, who has :

If the state assisted in the de-. been
very active in the efforts "
I
velopment of the area confer- by the city to acquire these fa- I Letters To The EditorAugust Ii .::' "

ences would be held relative to cilities. Mr. Zellner will be

his suggestions. Since it appears -I most anxious to work with you
26, 1963 In July one of the editors
that the will
city likely on behalf of the local people of'l
To the Clay County Crescent: Life and his family aKa
take overthe base its
on own since the proposal make .
you ,
Your article on the county this cottage and was very interested -
I have taken liberty to refer would constitute a most desir-
road situation of August 22nd in the area. A few ..- !'
him to Honorable Ben Zellner able development for the Clay 'fl I
was interesting. I wish afternoon u .- '
very showers made the '
whom (sic) I am sure willlikewise County area. Not only wouldit : \ .
I to commend Commissioner road ; ,
to Green
Cove nearly im k
be pleased to assist in stimulate the economy but ,,: ,
Moody on his practical standin passable. The same thing hap- "
developing this possibility. the identification of a growing 0..
regard to purchasing the pened to a Richmond Va. busi- 4 :
.
Enclosed is a of letter [k; '
copy my
young college with Green Cove .
to Springs would enhance the I :
the jobs done. Commissioner August. These prospective
Sincerely
prestige 0 f the community f rO
Toni Adams I I greatly. Wilson should realize that every I boosters soon realized that a 0, _: .
community has those individuals ,0. ::
sign on a shack'on the unpaved 0 ; !
of State ,
Secretary I I Assuring you of my desire to .:.. -tit -
who give unselfishly road which reads, "' .
be of :' '
assistanceand
every proper of their time and to
money "COME AND PLAY IN THE
Mr. Frank S. McGehee.
with warmest .
Vice-President personal regards their community and that there MUD WITH US"dido I .- .;.....
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I remain '
are others who do not have not apply ,to the shack ,0:" -,
Jacksonville aper Company Sincerely, such a generous outlook. alone. : : Apply to ,Tom Henry, vice president', f
SOS'West Bay Street .
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Tom Adams .
Jacksonville, Florida Last year when In Europe I Let us resolve the differences 0- T at 'I' ;4; -, -: .. <.
Secretary of State
Dear Frank: met a member of Life magazine between the land owners and

and later got him interested the commission and get on

In the Russell-Black Creek with the jobs so essential to the
PUBLISHED EVERY The Bank of Green
THURSDAY CoverSprings
BY I area. He bought property and community -

made extensive improvements. Paul T. Scollard *
CRESCENT PRESS. INC. i s 3'14t' 3
: He led to believe that S209 .
was Hibernia Route ,: : 0. .
Green COT ; ,: "'
Springs. Florid '
I would be paved in the near I Green Cove Springs 2S4-3650 ..- -
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:JWja4csuIlED1TOR : .f. nt' I CLAY HIGH MOTHERS (CLUB ORGANIZES "II IIpose Summer Congress Hours-4-9583 <_ ": '.., .'. L '



-,-- There will be an organiza- win be to help Coach Monday, Tue. A FrL-,:.. a.m.-l:3' p.m.Wed. '

.. __ Duncan Groner tional meeting of--the Clay High I Montgomery 1 n any way he .. Tour. SaL -9:00 a.m.-U noon .

GENERAL MANAGER --.. ",...."...-".. Eugene Koza School Mothers Club on Wednesday deems necessary to promote a
September 4th at 1:30 better athletic program. i

Gre Entered n'Cove Spring. second Florida Clams Matter under the July Act 15. of 1lat March the I.Post 1897.Office. o'clock In the School Board Membership fee will be $1.00. .... -- '-

_s.e.ad Clams .*.taze paid .t Gr**. C.T* ..rt.... n.. meeting room. This club win All interested mothers are

.rDSCRI..Ool: RATES be affiliated with the Clay High urged to attend this meeting.i .

one,, Year-to advance on n. S4 00 I 1 I School Dad's Club and its pur-i j t

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Beseler Predicts Record Auto Sales
Green Cove Socials I

Please On1yyncan
Mrs.Marie Thompson had as i Bach. On Friday Miss Baker
l'' her guests last week-end Mr.i went to Eustis for a week-end

and Mrs.Harold Lee Adams and,' visit with Mrs. Frank Echen- s prevent forest fires '-
their daughter, Jannlyn of fells a former resident of Green

Ohio Cove Springs. >. ,
Mount Carmel ? s # ; '{ '

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Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hogue Mrs.John Hall and Mrs.Alii* "p y ,c< r .a, .'
have sold ther home and are Ivey have reurned from a
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moving to San Diego Califor- week's vacation in Gatlinburg
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nia. Tenn.

I x t > This Week's
y .
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T. Dr. and Mrs. T. Luke Glen- "F a r r at i' 1 pat
Miller of South Charleston, nan and their daughter. Me-
West Virginia have been the linda spent last week in Day-
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip ,., n r i ,, k
guests Canova. tona attended Beach a seminar where Dr.on Glennan obstet- ice G 3T i L \ BONUSBUYS

rics and pediatrics.Mrs. bl'
r
Miss Bonie Dean Baker ret- yP' 1

turned last Thursday from a Gene Koza is a patientin
week's visit with Mrs. Agnes N. A. S. Hospital where she

Slaughter of Jacksonville and underwent major surgery. .
Mr and Mrs.O Harrell Slaughter -I 3J

at their home Jacksonville I
Mrs. Hervey Robinson and

her daughter, Kathy spent a

few days last week as a guestof I Plus Valuable Plaid I
t Mrs. Robinson sister, Mrs Sr h.xg I StampsSUPER
Worth Thompson, in Sea Is- M'
hearing aids land.


4 to fit everyhearing Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Scott Pat- 5 f n tx 1
r RIGHT FRESH, LEAN, MEATY WESTERN
erson and their children returned 1I
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lossAtatco I this week from a two 'JtiRi.FT
I weeks' vacation in the mountains V
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I of North Carolina. ; SPARERIBS'39c

t Mrs. Davis and her I

I i daughter, Virginia Bruce have
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returned to Green Cove having

i spent the summer in Cloudland,

Thomas V. Duck, Jr. I Ga. 1 .f, ; I IB. :

A Laboratory Trained ,.".. "" ....., r
Hearing Aid Consultantfrom Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Maguire
returned recently from a trip I
P. R. Beseler, president of Beseler Rambler, American (r.) Mr. Beseler said Rambler shattered all-time sales marks
to Chicago.Mrs.
Motors dealer in Green Cove, and Mrs. Beseler, met in Miami this year, and said that on the basis of the company's product
MAICO HEARING Beach last week with top executives of American Motors program and a booming automobile market, he anticipatesnew'
Bessie Geiger is a pa- .
Corp. at the company's annual dealer conference. They are records for this fall and the coming year.
SERVICE tient in Clay Memorial Hospl- shown with American Motors President Roy Abernathy. t
taL MARVELICE
,
Jacksonville, Fla. win give -
FREE bearing tests and demon- CoL. Allen Geiger. TJSMC of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dorwart'and -
stratfons Friday. Aug. 30th 'atBR1.EVS Wasrlhigton*'D.-C:, son of Mrs. Mrs. Orrie-Masters of -- ATTENTIONClay MILK
arrived in Green
Bessie Geiger Federal Point spent Tuesday .
DRUGGreen Cove last week-nd to- spend a afternoon as the guest of Mrs. .
> .
few days.
Park Geiger.
Cove Springs, Fla.
Electric Cooperative Members -
ASSORTED FLAVORS .
J
Mrs Vera Franklin and son ,
of '!t. ,
Church Winford have returned from a 'The State law under which the Electric Cooperative functions '
The First Presbyterian trip to Washington. D. C. and .,
several methods of trustees.
provides electing
through the Blue Ridge Moun-
? Magnolia Ave. at Gum i GAL.
V I tains. One of these states that each trustee will be elected by the members 2 87
a Crt.
t Green Cove Robert Griffis has returned I residing in his respective district. CARTONS
to Oklahoma City after a two S
1lorninz'orsl p 10 o'clock weeks'vacation with his family Adoption of this method will require an amendment to the by-

x., For August Only Mr. and Mrs.Linus Griffis. His laws of Clay Electric Cooperative; and such an amendment will make

two sons Bobby and Mitchell necessary a special membership meeting.
VISITORS WELCOME will 'remain here until the end
_:
of September. Members are asked to read the attached petition carefully., If you .' ;.

,are interested, sign it (Do not sign more than one petition) and mail it
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to P. O. Box 5, Lake Geneva, Fla. If you want fair representation for ..

I your district, this is important. CALIF. SEEDLESS ,1'
Hilda T. Neth & John D. Goodwin

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ASSOCIATES Coop Amendment Committee'
P. O. Box 5,Lake Geneva Fla.

".A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT" We the undersigned members of Clay Electric Co-operative, in accordance with GRAPE r

Article 3, Section 2 of the By-laws of Clay Electric Co-operative Inc.. do hereby
"4 Lots sold last week"A respectfully request that a special meeting of the membership be caned for the pur-
?a. pose of amending the By-laws of the Co-operative and causing the Trustees to be

lot purchased today means security in later years we elected from the District which they represent and by the members residing therein.
It is further requested that this special meeting be held on any Saturday that falls
of the situation now as who knows 19c lb.Prices
take advantage
urge you
within the prescribed period of time set forth in the By-laws. .

Just when Green Cove Springs will hit the headlines. Signature.-...-........................___-...._.?.-.... ....
I (Name A* shown on your light bill)
We also have listed many homes in various sections of the .

\Vilda T. Russell 4 Address: _._:.._....._..............._____._
clty and acreages nearby. I IRRet in this ad are effective through Saturday

.tered Broker -...-. ...........-..-. .. 31st. 115 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs.a.z.1

800 ORANGE AVE X. Pk. ::&1J481 GREEN COVE SPRINGS I t Paid Adv. .

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THE RESPONSE TO OUR SEASONAL SALE THAT BEGAN AUG. 1st WAS GREAT AND WE WISH TO TAKE THIS WAY OF THANKING YOU OUR
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LOYAL CUSTOMERS BY GIVING YOU EVEN GREATER SAVINGS-

MAN HERE IT IS! OUR BIG THANK YOU LABOR DAY SALE THIS IS THE LAST GO ROUND .

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2 FOR 1 SALE
Select Two Garments from Sale Racks of Summer Sportswear For 1 2
any our or
I S IT Select Any Two Pairs of Shoes from our Sales Display for 1 or 2 Persons, Any Com .
Persons. Pay.Regular Price for the Higher Priced Garment and the Other Garment Is. bizuUion of Sizes- Pay for the IIigberPriced Pair the Other Pair Is'
FREE! FREE FREE !

I FREE FREE FREE We Are Especially for the Ladies Who Wear Sizes SH, 8, '*. i Ji. 9. tU.lO-- .
These Sizes Are In Good Supply! '7, 7 Ji. 8's Are Not Too Plentiful! So If You Wear
Mix Them Up Any Way You Like,Blouses Skirts Shorts. Tapered Pants and Sizes- the Small or Large Sizes or Have a Friend that Does Come In and Bring Your Friend
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Pay for the Higher Priced Garment and the Other is FREE!
Come In And Get Your Labor Day Needs From Us FREE!



THREE DAYS Come In And Get Your Labor Needs
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t o P SOCIALSStuart 'Miss Elmore MOSLEY H03IEDESTROYED BY FIRE Civic Center Completed J Two New Realtors


R. Ralph, son of Mr.
Bows At Tea
An early morning fire Wed*
and'Mrs S. H. Ralph is spend-
ing>an eight day leave with his:I nesday destroyed the home of
:Miss Jane Brelsford Elmore,
parents. He is stationed at Ft.. Constable Mosley on Kingsley
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
HflC
Bragg, N. C. :
Thomas Taylor Elmore of Or- avenue in Orange Park.

.
I ange Park, made her debut at Mosley and his family wero'
Mr. and Mrs John F. Hud- On ti SrI
a tea at the Florida Yacht Club vacationing Welaka height-
dleston daughter and so-in-t
given by her mother, last f
law of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Ralph: ening suspicions that a firebug
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Thursday.Miss -
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have been visiting her parents. may be operating in that area %
Elmore wore a gown; of I _
Mrs. Huddleston will begin internship -
of the county. The home was
pink silk organza with a Chan- i
at Stockton School in
tilly lace jacket, a bellshapedskirt. the home was the fourth to be ry >z
Ortega Forest and her husband wg
She carried a garland of in the
destroyed Orange Park-
leaves this week for Duke Uni-.
blush pink orchids and maiden
versity where he will enter Doctors Inlet area in the past v .
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Medical School.. har fern. three weeks. .. ,.- ...- :: r-p >r- I
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I Mrs. Elmore's mint : ,
green As in the of the Mos- ....- .'%.- ,, .., ..." .,
case :
James Jowers, son of Mrs. chiffon sheath dress was ...,'j -"'. r ... '''''.''';;;';40; ,,,:*' ...... ," ; .' t
stayled with a side drape leys, the families were away r6 'n'r -
ean Jowers has returned to / .. .: --
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fall semester. orchids. early morning hours. FJti: J ".: ". r _
The guests received before
were -
The fires had all gained such
Elaine Center and George the wrought iron staircaseo
headway that it was impossiblefor ; :r
Center, children of Mr. and fthe clubhouse which was ;
; commander, and his wife Jan,
Mrs. George Center have returned decorated with trees of wood- volunteer fire departmentsto &f Art Powell retired. Navy

for the fall semester at wardia fern, garlands of pink save the structures.The have recently become associated with the Jacksonville firm

Florida Southern College. fuji chrysanthemums and clusters fire at the Mosley homewa of Colmery-Wilkinson Inc., realtors, Insurance agents and
r of pink stock. Orange Park's handsome new civic center, the County's first complex of buildings which
sdiscovered when a neigh- mortgage brokers. Air. Powell, a graduate of the University
The tea table was centered follow, architecturally some of the modern concepts which have been in vogue in Europe and
Among the Orange Park students bor heard gun shells exploding of Colorado, is a licensed real estate salesman and InsuranceaenL
who will be entering St. with an arrangement of pink parts of South America for more than three decade, is now fully occupied. This picture will
from the heat. Mrs. Powell attended San Diego State College and wona
Johns Junior College this fall roses in a silver turren set in next week, take the place in the Orange Park page, of an architect's conception which The
Michael Feit, ane Ryan. garlands of smilax. Fire Chief J. C. Horton said I scholarship from the Board of Realtors to ake her majorin
are Crescent has been using since last summer. I
Leonard Schlomer Bill Good- the building was virtually gut- I real estate. Like her husband she is a licensed real estate

son Cliff Hensley and Thomas ted when they arrived. Noth- salesman and insurance agent. The Powells, who have three
OPEN HOUSE AT
Campbell. ORANGE PARK HIGH ing was saved."I damaged the wire leading to children live on Blanding Boulevard across from Orange

The Orange Park Junior couldn't say that a firebughas the Mosley home and caused STAY HOME-: Park High. They Invite inquiries on real estate and insurance'

Senior High School will started the fires," Horton the fire. Murrhee STAY SAFE- matters. Their telephone is 264-6144.

JAN'S GIFT SHOPA hold an Open House on commented "because there is Sidney Burris. chairman of Insurance AgencySee
Sunday September 1st THIS LABOR DAYHARDWARE .
Gift For Every Occasion no proof. But we are getting I the Doctors Inlet Fire Depart-
from Z until 5 o'clock.: All
I ment, expressed the opinion
Gift WrappingFree parents are invited to come mighty suspicious.
UTI
of Charge and inspect the facilities Horton said lightning strucka that faulty wiring was causing

Highway 17 Orange Park of the school and meet the poll near Mosley's house recently short circuits. Horton agreed
II'Where The Best Is Better"
teachers.
and this could have this could be the cause. We Collect

: RICHARD MURRHEE Electric
Agent ONLY .
and
Phone 473-4786

BEST YOUR Telephone

Bills

-- S FOR SALE I -; y NEEDS' ,, ".

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Second Mortgage $6,850.00.
Payment $50.00 monthly 7% E LECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGSGet
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interest. Excellent security and It All From
._ credit risk Will discount

Phone Jacksonville, EVergreen B: NAZI HARDWARE
,-7828" or "Orange Park CO .

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QJtay{ County Crescent
THURSDAY. AUGUST 29, 1963 PAGE FIVE
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Black Creek Baptist Church. Teachers : Civil DefenseA
4 InKeystoneThis
Sunday Sept. 8. Penney Farms Please !
Covered Dish Luncheon 1:00 National Civil Defense Only you can r BANK NOTES . by Malcolm I
time of year parents Fifth Grade Mrs. Ann Kraus alert will be held during the
p.m. Morning: services 11:00A. _
I and students alike begin to first quarter fiscal 1964. and
and Mrs. Joan Nabors; Sixth
M. 8-29-c wonder who will be teachingthis Grade Mrs. Nioda Sanford: Clay ,County will participate. prevent forest firesBASEBALL DID YOU KNOW ECOMOWC HELPaIG IMPORTANCE W PEMONcT OF QE OME

year in the local school and Mrs. Agnes Strong. On July 22, a meeting was held INDUSTRY TO ns COMWSUNJTY A
LAVON PAYTON, We feel that this informationwill at the Clay County CourtHouse S CS4TENM1W-SYMBOL FOR BANKS WlhJSlOK ARIZONA BANK CftSHSIKTCUSTRV )
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Secondary Teachers will be '
CELEBRAHMS(OO+h ANNIVERSARY VORKERff Pfff CHECKS
WILLIAM FLAKES be of interest to everyone. as follows: English. Mrs. AnnaM. for Staff members other Of:'THE MAHOJAUCURRENCACTFEATURESIS63 WITH$2 Was WHICH PILED UP

UNITED IN MARRIAGE Mr. Phillip Knuth will be our Null and Mrs. Shirley E. department heads. Civil Defense -I WHODUNITS CaiaWBAt I SLOGAN SILVER B"PROGRESS POUAR. IN UXAU MERCHANTS'T1U5.
t Robertson. Mathematics Mr Personnel and other C.D. THROUGH SERVICE. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Payton Principal again and we are
Organizations, to discuss C. D.
David Greene and Mr. Ster-
fortunate indeed
to have sucha
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have .
announced the marriageof x FACTS FROM COMPTONS
problems and methods of d3r ,
ling J. Crabtree, Jr. Sciences warn- :
man with so much dedica-
their daughter Lavon. to tion and Mrs. Virginia Jordan and Mr. ing population of this or any : The record for the most base hits a i F
experience. Assistinghim
William Flakes Jr., in Folks- Crabtree. Social Mr. alert for Clay County. ,>g t l In a single season is 257, set in .
Studies
ton Ga., on June 8. They were will be Mr. Hubert Oli- f 1920 by George Sisler of Sf.Louis 4'
accompanied by Mrs. Payton. pliant Jr.. in capacity of As- James Jackson and Mr. Hugh Keystone's Clay County Rescue d C Browns* y rl
sistant Principal.In Oliphant Jr. Business Education Unit answered the follow- l .4
The bride
was graduated_ c.-rURY oftMERcI
M r s. Christine Croft ing calls or assisted therein: .UAN.Y1.d 1
from Clay High in the class of the Elementary Grades,
1962. Her husband was a mem- teachers will be as follows: Home Economics Mrs. MinnieR. i Stood by with Resuscitator Z 2
.Walker, Spanish Mrs.Norma
ber of the Class of 1963 at Key- First Grade Mrs. Susie Gornto; and First Aid at Swmiming
Valldejuli Driver Education.' IN MANY RURAL AREAS BANK v
; Program at Keystone ,Beach on J
stone Heights High having been Second Grade Mrs. Florence OFRCERS WHO WORK OCSay IvrntFARMERS
in the service prior to his sen- Harris; Third Grade :Miss Mr. Roy Spradley; Girls' Phy'I''I'' July 9. 10. 11. 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, ARE FARMERS THEMSELYES, \' ,
WITH cOLLEGE DEGREES AND
ior year. The couple are residing Paula J. Wyman; Fourth ical Education Mrs. and 19.Assisted FARMING EXPER94CE. 7 I r :.
at the Flakes home. Grade. Mrs. Bonnie Jones; Wilkes; Boys' Physical Educa Mr. R. H. Weghorst 9
from the Medical Center in
tion. Mr. Roy Spradley; Librarian Gainesville in instruction for

Miss Emma Kate I M-M Resuscitation using life

Mansfield; Athletic DirectorMr. size doll furnished by Mr. Weg
.IT WOULDN'T BE SO BAt IF Spradley; and Guidance, horst. July 23 and 24.

YOUR TAKE HOME PAY Mrs.Anna M. Null. This makesa Camp-Crystal. Alachua 1
County Schools 31 persons; Ty Cobb record of 96 stolen '
STAYED TtteRE i : faculty of 22 Keystone Camp Montgomery. Presbyte- bases in one season stood for -

I I1. Heights School. Mrs. Juanita rian Church 116 persons 47 years until Maury Wills of "+..
Glisson will be lunchroom su- July 23. the Los Angeles Dodgers made ;..c : f7
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off with 104 bags in 1962.Compton's !' ; '-
pervisor. Her staff will include i'a4

Mrs. Bertha Jones. Mrs. Flor-
Mr. Tillis Dies 3 t br
.y ence Forth Mrs. Bobbie Turner R
$ aqk I

.. : and Mrs. Dorothy Martin.As In r 't ( ..
yet, Mr. Knuth does not SleepThe

have a secretary. Anyone who
body of Rhett Armini-
knows bookkeeping typing and
ous Tills 71 years old who CotheyTire Service
other office skills is asked to
I 1 1l died in his sleep was discov-

apply. In case Mr. Knuth is ered by his neice. Miss Gladys Cor. Park & King Jacksonville

l Sy not in town this week they Tillis on Sunday afternoon,
when she stopped at his homeon Phone: EV 9-3027 or EV 4-6491
may look up Mr. Oliphant. As- Pictured Encyclopedia lists three record holders for the
sistant Principal.Mr. Pointview Road to ask why most no-hit, no-run games in a single season.The record is two_
44 he hadn't called at her parents' set in 1938 by John Yonder Meer of the Cincinnati Reds;in 1951
Knuth is planning a home during the weekend.Mr. by the New York Yankee's TIRE
Q Yh, R.A A. Allie Reynolds, and in 1952 by Virgil
"Meet the Faculty" night for Trucks of the Detroit Tigers. f 11( .
Tillis had been the .
the latter part of August at RE-CAPPING
school
custodian prior to his
'-1. 1',1 ; -T which time parents may be- death and he was loved by RETREADING
r come personally acquaintedwith the student body. and faculty
"Accentuate
the Positive"
REPAIRINGFrom
That's true but if you have to spend it the wise the teachers and learn alike.A .

way is with a Keystone State Bank checking: account.A something of their background widower of several years jJ jJ the smallest to the LARGEST!
his closest relatives
were
legal receipt and Oh so time saving! and training. This'was a great a Get Distributor Miller Tires -Autolite Batteriesand
brother R. U. Tillis of Keystone a great big piece of good, shady, country land
Mr.
success last year and and his niece, who is With the old swimming hole nearby
Knuth thinks it well worth an- Keystone's postmaster.Mr. .
other try. Tillis moved to Keystone Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms. inORANGE

Mr. Knuth and his faculty from'Sebastian Florida. Grave- See Us for your Real Estate Needs PARK
MEMBER F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE side services and Masonic
HEIGHTSTHE will start their pre-planning
FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY Monday August 19. Rites were held at the Haw- S. E. McKAYKeystone Sinclair Station Road Service
period on thorne Cemetery at 3:00 o'clock
Dates for registration etc.. will Wednesday. 195 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 261.6131
be in succeeding issues. Heights Phone 47S-4816
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i ,C & New Postmaster MAJ. WILLIAM D. GETZ Miss Anne Marie Geiger CHURCH NOTICE

Maj. Wilbur D. Getz whose ,
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wile Ruth lives at 215A Prin-
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
_ Penney FarmsReporter ... "f.'J: .. gle Circle. Green Core com- Honored At ShowersMiss SOCIETYCor.

pleted requirements for a Bach-
04 i E. Houston St. A
: MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8121 elor of Science degree from the X. Magnolia AYeGREE1't
; > Anne Marie Geiger who Harris Mrs. David Kennett
: : University of Maryland while COVE SPRINGS
The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. DanielL. Mrs. E. M. Lewis finds so of ,, ., .. assigned as deputy provost will be married this Friday eve- Mrs. D. C. Turner and Mrs. H. FLORIDA
.'ft ." ning was honored last Thurs- C. Thomas at the Episcopal
Snyder are new residents of much news of interest about ... marshal in the Office of the ,Services held Sunday
?
MHC living in apartment No her may friends at MHC even "" '!"<, ii> Provost Marshal Eighth U. S. day evening August 22nd at a Parish Hall. at 11 a.m.SubJed .
303 D. They are natives of though she left her eabout two -JJ Army in Korea. linen shower given by Mrs. A. On Tuesday evening Mr. and :
West Virginia and have spent years ago she is renewing her 1f B. Reid and Mrs. James Loner Mrs. W. F. Wright of Jacksonville -

about 40 years in the ministry, subscription for the Clay Coun- Major Getz entered the Army the Episcopal Parish Hall. gave a buffet supper at CHRIST JESUS

j largely in the Baltimore Con- ty Crescent for another year. hi 1950 and arrived overseas in On Saturday August 24th a their home for the bridal attendants September 1, 1963A

ference of the Methodist Mrs. Lewis writes she is feel- August 1962 on this tour of tea andx miscellaneous shower, Mrs. Wright was the cordial invitation is extended'

Church. ing much better than when she t duty. was given for Miss Geiger by former Marie Gambel of Green to attend our services.

The Snyders came from Eus- left Florida. She spent some Mrs. L. R. Rowe Mrs. Richard Cove.

tis, Fla., where Mr. Snyder time with her oldest daughterin

served an extended period as Akron. Ohio and is now .
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assistant pastor of the Eustis with another daughter for a

Methodist Church. year at 1392 Wolfangle Road, .N '
They have one daughter, Mrs. Cincinnati 30, Ohio. She will "
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T. H. Fowkes of Statesboro be pleased to hear from her

Ga.Dr. friends. :, -
Snyder received his AB : LIBERAL
degree from RandolphMaconCollege The Bible Class teacher at

; a masters degree from the Penney Memorial Sunday Vt

Princeton and he was graduated School, next Sunday, will be .

from Princeton Theological The Rev. William Kinsey; and ? ,
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Seminary; Asbury Theological the preacher 'at the 11 o'clock "" S

Seminary gave him a doctoratein worship service will be the RevF. Trade-in / .

Divinity. W. Olhs. ,, .i", \

Dr. Snyder has retired from ... ... ,.
the Ministry twice, once in At the Intercessory prayer :

West Virginia, and then after meeting tomorrow morning at ,- : ; :,!..." ''L
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I work done in Eustis Florida 9:30: o'clock, Mrs. B. G. Jacksqn "- .

I he has retired again. will explain the church benevo- '

lences, and will introduce some J. Sidney Batten became postmaster of Penney Farms : ,I
\\\\&ODaiSYD : : :: \\
I A .Fillmore. students who
H. ODaiSYDrysi
I Mr. and Mrs. of the colored last week. He was named for the position over three other i'7 '
and their son Robert, a retired have been helped.p :
C contenders. A native of Clay County he served in the Security :rD: .. '.
official of the Bank of Nova dept.'at the Green Cove Naval base for 16 years. lie is mar- -_ it.1. gar ..LII.
Scotia, are spending a week The Rev. and Mrs. CharlesH. I 'taE '.' Ii I
I ried to the former Kathryn Sir Louis of Akron, O. air. Battenis ., ,, .
wit h Mrs. Fillmore's parents, Coker and Mrs. B. H. Ny- Penney Farms' fourth postmaster since the establishmentof --" .,; "
W. L. Archi- four days last ;, : --
the Rev. and Mrs. spent "
meyer the there than 35 His
postoffice more years ago. predecessors =
bald of Penney Farms. The week visiting Daytona Beach.New were the late Miss Eloise Marcy, a Mr. Barnes and Airs. I tA.J 5 I :;. I
nilmores, while maintaining a Bethune-Cookman College.
Mabel Fast who served as postmaster for more than 26 years.up I { .
home in the lake Beach, and St. Augustine a
,summer region Smyrna '- -.....:'" ., '
near Lindsay, Ontario, are !- .... Rrr a Pa: '..< -. .
establishing their permanenthome :0' "
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coca
I in Sarasota, Florida.qAv Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ellis left a new assignment in Duluth. Mrs. W. AshcroftMrs. t/..-' \ EJ
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Penney Farms August 27 for a Minn. .

.;:. visit with family and friendsin Bertha Ashcroft ill '. .-' w.232PHILCO14R035

THEATRE Bowling Green. Ky.. and Bu- Mrs. May C. Orr was hostess years old died on Sunday August \ 'f;;.. .. ll .QDaisY Datrs ... PHILCOBendii12lb.
Phone 284-6711 cyrus, Ohio. They expect to last week to Mr. and Mrs. 11, at.the Mary Olin Clinic 2-DOORAUTOMATIC 'J Capacity Automatic

\ be gone about a month. where' she had been, a patientfor REFRIGERATOR 4 cycles! Washer
Douglas A. Coffman of East .
thru Friday Two _
Monday four years. 2 speeds!
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Shows each evening Hartford Conn., who were on a >.
Mrs. Ashcroft was born No- .
of short
I Making the most a -
7 &; 9 p.m. business trip to Miami. Mrs. vember 10, 1881 in Lancaster ;'- .
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visit Mrs. J. J. Hoffman accompanied ;, ,. ,_ .; :Ii :_ -- ),;.::;. --' T1'.I
I Sat. & Sun. Continuous her son Lt. Col. Coffman is a niece of Mrs. Orr. Penn., and spent much of her w .. >*. *r ',,- ...... A..J> .. <_ :. ,-:d'--r. ',.,
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3 Thnrs. & Friday Aug. 29-30 who returned after a 3 year Following the death of her
\ in Alaska to take husband. William Ashcroft she
tour of duty
+! FOLLOW THE BOYS Sixty Years Wed
I served for about eight years in -
/ PHILCO 2600 BU .
Connie Francis ..
starring '
f a Methodist home for the agedin .
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i Paula Prentiss PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS The Rev. and Mrs. Charles R. that city.Always New! PHILCO Courier

CHURCH Bair of Memorial Home Com- a loyal Methodist, she y. .;> i>::.'. Personal Portable TV
I Saturday Aug. 31 Vermont Ave. retained her membership in the .
munity celebrated their sixtieth Dusky Blue and White :
GIRLS.GURLS.GIRLS5ta Green Cove Springs Vincent Methodist Church, .Weighs Only 25 Lbs. -a
wedding anniversary this weekat : Picture Front r- .' :C'J" '
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the time
Elvis Presley upto of her death. In
Clay Memorial Hospital' her early she teacher ft; .,:, Sound. Front Tuning ,. .,r, ... ,
days
was a -
OPERATION I ,
BIKINI You have a \ : Tefescowng?;Pivotenna : -Y.i;
Special Invitation where she is a patient. With of a girls Sunday school .'t-, '" ..;. .G1.tiI-.

starring Tab Hunter to attend them was their eldest son Dr. and her favorite missionary :',. : .

Sun..l'tlon..Tues.. Sept. 1,2,3 Church and Sunday School Roy A. Bair who with his wife, project was the Leper Missionto .
which she was a regular con-
THE NUTTY PROFESSOR was celebrating his own thirty- .88
tributor. $138
starring Jerry Lewis Sunday School 9:45 e.m. fourth wedding anniversary. T
After coming to MHC in 9\\\\.C & DaYS _V\\\ Dm err,
Preaching 11:00 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Bair were married April 1951 she took an interestin

"'ed. thru Sat. Sept. 4-7 Sunday Nite Serv. 7:00 p.m. in Lawrence Kas.. and have helping the shut-ins of the
DONOVAN'S REEF Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. clinic until ill health prevented. -
two other sons: Watt Bah- of ,
Pastor. Ralph S. Morgan .
starring John Wayne Hollywood Calif.; and Byron 'T'
'She leaves a niece, Mrs. Ber- .':I!'
Bair, of Painesville O. nice Anthony of South Branch, a Mt T


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1963




NOTICE. LEGAL OF INTENTION, XOTICE TO r County Commissioners' Minutes I ICLAY


; I ,. REGISTER FICITITOrS NAME
1t J rl Notice Is hereby given that -
1 1 the undersigned under the provisions
of chapter 863.09, LAWSof COUNTY GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA sioner Huntley. and carried to accept right of way Easement
Florida Acts of 1957. will
1 1 register with the Clerk of the AUGUST 12, 1963, 9:00 o'clock A. M. from W. R. Thomas and wife, Martha Thomas, to the Board in

1AIR 1. t t i jl I 1: Circuit Court In and for Clay The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met Section 8. 17524.
Florida
County. State of upon
receipt of proof .f publicationof in regular session in the County Commissioners' Meeting Roomin The Clerk read a letter as received by the Chairman fromT.

this ofKNIGHT'S notice., the Fictitiousname the Courthouse 'on above time and date. D. Maxwell Chairman of the Board of County Commissionersof

I TRAILER PARK The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, Honor- Gadsden County regarding hospitalization case of Mrs. Emma
Signed. Mrs. Robert L. Knight
f I Pub. Aug 15. 22. 29. Sept s. 63 able Luther E. Wilson. Other members present were: Lewis' Jean Braswell in Gadsden County Hospital and the Universityof

CONDITIONINGf BOATS CAnErS TRADING POST Huntley, District No. 2, Marvin Green District No. 3, O. J. Mur- Florida Teaching Hospital at Gainesville. After a discussion

LEGAL NOTICE rhee. District No. 4 and H. E. Moody, District No. 5. motion was made by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commissioner -
WE BUY SELL TRADE '
RALPH 'F.F INLET MARINAMERCURY The devotion was given by Commissioner Marvin Green. Green and carried for the Clay County Commissionto
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Three locations: JFAX DEED CITY OF The Minutes of the last regular meeting of July 8, 1963 abide by the decision as previously made by Dr. A. Y. Cov-

i MILBERGEROrange & JOHNSONENGINES 15 E. Palmer SU PI:. 284-3280 NOTICE GREEN IS COVE HEREBY SPRI-XGS GIVEN and the Special Meeting of July 22, 1963. were approved as read. ington. Director. Clay County Health Department on this claim

: Warehouse & antiques old THAT S. R. Tillinghast Is the The following monthly reports and letters were read and Mr. C. Mathewson's written request regarding drainage
holder of the following tax certificate
& Ferris Street CROSBY BOATS Gym Bldg.. Ornge Ave. and has filed said certificate filed as Public records: damage to his property (Mathewson Manor) on SR-S-214 at

for a tax deed to be issued of Fine and Lake Geneva discussed and the Clerk instructed to
(next to bus station) "BIG TOP" tent Blanding thereon. The certificate Monthly report County Judge re: was was

REFRIGERATIONAND EE-ZY TRAILERS Blvd. At Ridgewood number and year of issuance Forfeiture Fund., relay this request to the proper officials of the Florida State

SALES & SERVICE the and description the name In of which the property it was Monthly report of County Agent. Road Department who have jurisdiction over this matter.
Furniture & appliances at
OUTBOARD REPAIR assessed is as follows: Monthly report of Assistant County Agent. The Clerk advised the Board that he had received an At-
AIR CONDITIONINGService
Stfe Certificate *.. 76
Hwy. 17' Orange Park bargain priers Year of Issuance: July 5. 1961 Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent. torney General Opinion regarding Chapter 63-715; as he had

Phone CO 4-9835 Name In which assessed: Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration been directed to do.
Home Phone 284-978O Estate of Theresa Clayton
HAIRCUTS Description of property: Motion by Commissioner Green Seconded by Commissioner

Business Phone 281-9581 Lot UNLESS 3. Block such 59 certificate, North Suburbs shall Agent.Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health. Moody,and carried the appraisal on Section 71507-2601; 5-315

INSURANCE We give be redeemed according to law Monthly report of Director of Civil Defense. was accepted ,by the Board.A .
the property described In such
"FirstHaircut"Certificates certificate will be sold to the Monthly report of Florida Division of Corrections, letter as received by the Clerk was read objecting to cars

AGIN'SRefrigeration door highest on bidder the first at Tuesday the City after Hall re: Drs. Inlet Prison No. 2753. being parked on the County Road around Carl's Garage where

the first Monday in the month Off Mr. Floyd Gnann appeared, and requested the County Com- the public is blocked from homes in the vicinity. Commissioner
September 1963. which Is the
And Air 3rd day of September 1963. missioners to build a road in Section 9-5-25 on Black Creek Moody stated that he would contact Mr. Pugh regarding this

ConditioningSERVICE hCCIDf ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 1963.Dated this 7th day of August. for three property owners who want to build on their property.Mr. objection.

Gnann stated the three property owners would give the Motion by Commissioner Moody seconded by Commissioner -
Orange Park Barber Shop S / Marlin J. Harris
- 1 7W Clerk of the City of necessary right of way. Comm. Green stated that Mr. Pierce, Green and carried, to request the Florida State Road De-

Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Green Cove Springs. Fla. an adjoining property owner, was using a road at, presnt thruor partment to make a traffic study for speed signs at the Hilltoparea

Chrysler Airtemp Sales same location for over 15 years Publish Aug. 8. 15. 22. 29. 1963 over these three individuals' land, but the road runs too closrto of Middleburg and South of Green Cove Springs at Virginia

Authorized Philco W esi KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 the waterfront to allow other owners to build on their own

__ Service" f C LEGAL NOTICE property; but this was a private matter between the adjoiningland Village.Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner
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Day Ph. 284-3680 W SIGN PAINTINGQUALITY' NOTICE owners and no concern to the County Commissioners. Murrhee and carried the bills were approved and Warrants

Night 284-3402 I will not be responsible for Commissioner Green further stated that he thought if a road ordered drawn in payment of same as will appear by Warrant

Palmetto any debts except those directly authorized was constructed on the back of the three lots in question and Lists numbered 323, 323-A and 323-B, which lists are hereby
incurred by or personally
Green Cove Springs E. BRADFORD PYKERt. by myself. up to Mr. Pierce's property line, all parties concerned would have adopted as a part of these minutes, as much so as if set out in
Robert M. Sasser
Publish 8/8. 15. 22 & 29 access to their property and he was now making a motion for ,, full herein.

2. Box 47 SIGN PAINTIING the County to accept a 60 foot right of way deed from Mr. Smith. The Clerk read a letter and attached Petition from residentsof

UPHOLSTERING Green Cove Springs LEGAL NOTICE Mr. Bynum and Mrs. Johns subject to approval of the County Orange Park regarding location of a proposed New Bridge

Phone 284-3859 LEE WARNER Attorney. Motion was seconded by Commissioner Huntley across the St. Johns River at Orange Park. After a discussion

If Long Distance Call CollectPAUL'S 305 Glendening Road COURT IX THE OF COUNTY CLAY COUNTY JUDGE'S, and carried. and upon motion of Commissioner Huntley seconded by Com-

FREE ESTIMATESALL Orange Park, Fla. FLORIDA. NO. 603 Mr. Gnann also discussed with the board as a representative missioner Green and carried the. following resolution was
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NOTICE OF PROBATE.IN
WORK GUARANTEED Phone 264.6316INSTRUCTIONS RE: ESTATE OF of the Middleburg Civic Association the possibility of extending adopted:

LILA TAYLOR COLLINS. the present County graded road thru the old Brannon RESOLUTION
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ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY or SCHOOLS DECEASED.The State of Florida to all per- Field area to the Duval County Line, which would shorten the WHEREAS a new highway and bridge across the St. Johns

said sons Interested decedent: In the estate of route from Cecil Field to SR-21. After a discussion, Motion was River has been proposed and the proposed route of said road

Yeu are hereby notified that a made by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner and the Western terminus of said proposed bridge is within the
Archie PadgettOn written Instrument purportingto
All Legal Beverage be the Last Will and Testa- Green and carried, to authorize the Clerk to contact necessary corporate limits of the Town of Orange Park, in Clay County

Kingsley Ave.. Just Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. BAXLEY'STRIMSHOP' ment admitted oif said to decedent probate baa in been said land owners for possible right of way for this project.Mr. Florida, andWHEREAS

East of Hwy. 17 Court. James Knowles Clay County Road Superintendent many citizens of Clay County and of said town

Ph. No. Congress 4-9213 Dnval Cornty Line Complete Auto & Furniture within You six are calendar hereby months commanded from stated that the repairs to Clay County Dump Trucks are costing and its City Commission have protested any location of said

Orange Park, Fla. North of Orange Park Upholstering the this date notice of the to first appear publicationof In saidcourt around $1.000 a month and requested if possible, to advertisefor road and bridge terminus within the corporate limits of .said

1400 W. laiewild Ave. and show cause. If any bids on new Dump Trucks. After a discussion motion was town for many reasons, and
can. why the action of said
I Ph. 284-3505 you Court in admitting said Will to made by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner Mur- WHEREAS The Board of County Commissioners of Clay

ELECTRICALAtlas MOTELS Core Core Springs Florida. probate Tevoked. should not stand un- rhee and carried, to instruct the Clerk to advertise for alternate County, Florida, in an effort to ba helpful and desirous of

Free Estimates (Court Seal) bids on eight new dump trucks; terms to be arranged. further improving the highway system of the State of Florida
Thomas J. Rivers
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Free and County Judge of Clay County. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee seconded by Commissioner and Clay County and of Increasing the development of Orange
&
Electric Mechanical Pick-up Delivery
MARINA MOTELAPTS. Florida.this Huntley. and carried the Plat of the Third Addition to Park and the neighboring sections of Clay County respectfully
Handle Any and All of Your First publication of
Company notice on 8th day of August. Sunrise Park was approved by the Board.A urge the State Road Department. Federal Bureau of Roads and
Upholstery Needs! A. D. 1963
We do all types of electrical FOR RENT HAROLAXLEY Aug. 8. 15. 22. 20. 1963 letter from Mr. G. W. Hall requesting a road to be closedin The United States Army Engineers to consider the Collins

wiring.. Sections 6,7.8. Township 9. Range 23, was discussed by the Road-Plummers Point Site for said proposed St. Johns River
Owner & U.terer 21 .
By Week or MonthU. yrs.ED' LEGAL NOTICEThe Board at this time. Commissioner Murrhee stated that this was Bridge site.

RAY SHIPP ....ii BAXLEYSon in his district and he requested the Clerk to write Mr. Hall and THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED. That the Board of Coun-
S. 17 North
( Owner and Manager .. and E.Upholsterer A. HUMMELUpholsterer 4 yrs. Board,at Clay of_County County.Commissioners Florida.- advise him to have his Attorney to prepare the necessary advertisement ty Commissioners do transmit a copy hereof to those above

Phone 284-9228 PHONr"IQ50S-- will receive bids in'the office of and Petition in Compliance. with Florida Statutes fora named.
6 yrs. the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
to be opened at nine o'clockA. Public hearing on this matter. (

M. Monday. September 9. 19C3. Commissioner Moody discussed: and made a motion to pur- The Clerk read a letter from Pine Hill Builders of Meadow-.

iFRTITriIiHERE on Eight the following(8) New equipment Two-ton short: chase the necessary right of way on the Bond program to build brook Subdivision requesting that the enclosed plans and specifications -
. I[ I CLASSIFIEDWANTED wheel base Dump Trucks. with
V-8 Engine. 2 speed axle with Secondary roads in Clay County as long as the amount spent for the Streets and Drainage in Meadowbrook Unit

Tires dual wheels.with tubes 10 ply vacuum 8:25 booster x 20- would not exceed each Commissioner's District share of the No. 5 be approved by the Board. Motion by Commissioner

I brakes. oil filter. oil bath air Bond money. Commissioner Moody stated that a number of Huntley, seconded b y Commissioner Green and carried. to-
TO TRADE Electric End. '
cleaner.Heavy-duty Heavy Radiator.duty Front Heavy- owners have advised him that they were not giving the needed approve this request subject to the/approval of"the", ;Clay County
Nice bedroom
FOR RENT: 2 Chord Organ for Piano in
FOR SALE 4 bedroom duty springs. Three (3) Yard right of way; also, that the Road Construction cost would go Zoning Board and the County Engineer. '.
house, newly painted inside and good condition. Phone 2646148 Dump Body with single telescope -
house Elsie Street Hilltop Hoist Lift with cab shield up each year and the County was paying interest on the Bonds. The Chairman inquired from Sheriff Hall if his staff
out, reasonable large yard, appliances 8-2%-(
with 2x2" '
Section call 2843860.. furnished. Call Penney and angle turning iron on signals.front side of Commissioner Murrhee stated he was against paying for the searched the County Prisoners when they entered the County

25-tfe ? 529-8211. 20tfc guard to dump body. unimproved land for right of way; also, if you paid one party Jail each time and if his Department had decided how the Spring
arms, Alternate Bids are requested.
: BE SURE TO SEE World Book (1) Bidder Should give best cash :'you would have to pay all parties concerned, and that almost all Leaf had gotten Into the Jail, whereby a recent escape was made

FOR SALE Used 5-V Aluminum FOR RENT: 3-room furnished before buying any other encyclopedia. Springs price delivered and not include in Green taxes Cove as local land owners on the Bartholf Road have already given as from the Jail. The Sheriff stated that the County Trustees

sheets roofing mostly-9 80 and or more 10-ft apt., at 100 West St, $SO with I F. L. (Gene) Croft County with trade-in is Tax of Exempt.Eight (8)U)Ford Bid well as other owners on other projects. As for the interest rate had .not been previously searched before entering the Jail and

lights and water. Phone GCS your local representative. P. O Dump Tucks which can be seen on the Bonds the, State sold the Bonds 'for' 3.19% and the that the Escapees stated that the spring leaf was found under
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lengths, 75c a sheet. A. C. Lee, 2843213. 5-9c Box 201 Keystone. Phone 473- o'clock at County P. AL..Barn Term after to be 5 ar-;00 money is now invested tor'3.25%* and, the County is not losing: the mattress, but that was not true and someone had to have

Penney Farms Highway; Phone 4896. Aug. 1. 8, 15, 22, 29- p ranged. moneys on the interst rate. Commissioner Green.,stated'that the carried it In the Jail for them to escape with. Commissioner

284-4391. 8-29 c FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house' right The, to Commissioners reject any and reserve all bids the County is paying forany improvements and that was also Murrhee stated that "he would not vote for a new Jail being

on large lot. Convenient to GEORGE IL.. CARLISLE against paying for unimproved lands as the new read is worth built at this time because this action was a laxity of the securityat
FIVE ROOM MASONRY house Board
Clerk to
HELP WANTED White Woman :
school and church. Stove fur- August 22. 29. 1963 more to the land owner than the small amount given. There the Jail at its operations.The .
Three Car
Bedrooms Laundry,
3
general housework nished. Phone 284-4244. was no scond to the Motion. Clerk advised the Board that he has had one of the
school children live In in port. Excellent for Retired
'7-25 8-15-c LEGAL NOTICE Motion by Commissioner Moody seconded by Commissioner County trustees working with the Courthouse Janitor and Coun-
School Teachers.
Couple
or
city limits Write Hiram
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Murrhee. and carried to approve right of way contract plat ty Agent Mr. E. D. McCall on the Courthouse grounds but when
Davis Rt., 1, Box 199, GCS.829p. FOR SALE-Girls' Bicycle, 2 6 Good gas range. Best part of iv THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
town. 120 North El- COURT OF CLAY COUNTY, and resolution on Section 71610-2602, Randall Road. this trustee returns insides of the Jail Yard each day he was
Rollfast. Good condition. Apply PROBATE.
$20.00. Call 284-3176 8-15-c more Ave. H. E. Huff, Phone FLORIDA.XO.IV 102 Mr. L. E. Wilson Supervisor of Registration, appeared and not under his control or jurisdiction.At .

ESTATE OF requested the Board's permission to use Ballot Boxes in this the request of the Clerk motion was made by Com-
BEAGLE PUPPIES AKC rtg. 284-3169. 8 /15Z ALICE M. LAMBERT
FOR SALE: Freezer upright Deceased year's Special Election rather than Voting Machines due to the missioner :Murrhee seconded by Commissioner Green and carried -
All Males. 9 wks. old. Wormed.
Guaranteed. $80.00. 20 cubic I NOTICE TO added expense. Mr. Wilson stated he could save the County to advertise for bids on Air Conditioning of the Courtroom
3 mi. N. of Green Cove Springs OPPORTUNITY OPEN for ambitious THE STATE OF FLORIDA :
feet chest freezer. Like new- Irene McCarthy' several hundred dollars by using the Boxes rather than the in the Courthouse.
on S-209 at Railroad. 8-29 p man 25 to 52. to ovcrate Residence Unknownand ...
I I $150.00. Carey's Trading Post machines. The Board requested the Supervisor to check into Next In the order of business was the adoption of the Budgetfor
retail Watkins Route In
Green Cove Springs. 8-15-c James Lambert & Sons. QorD. the legality and their, a discussionT. would be. .made*on this the forthcoming Fiscal year beginning October 1, 1963
FOR RENT 2 bedroom house this community. Earnings from c/o C. G. Sargent -
Broadway -equest-! Upon motion of Commission Green, seconded by Commissioner
furnished or unfurnished. Small j I FOR SALE: 40 foot Mobile $100.00 to $150.00 easy from Graniteville. Mass.
Murrhee seconded by Commissioner Budget tentatively adopted by this
[ and all other persons con- Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, and carried, the as
Quiet family Good water, Cruiser House-trailer (1954). the beginning. For interview
cerned: Huntley,and carried to approve Florida' State Road Department Board at the Special Meeting of July 22. 1963. and as published
grass, and trees v- on Highway : 2 bedrooms, tub and shower in.your area write Watkins GoS Y and each off you. are
I Job 71508.3602.03-41. Law and which has.
herebv notified .that a petition ,, TypicaL-SecUon on No... Road in.the Clay County Crescent as the provides
16. 1 mile west of Bennett condition 105 218 West Peachtree SL. NAt said Court
good on x has feeen .filed in the Comptroller of the State of
Issuance of Let- around Lake Brooklyn.) been approved as to form by
School. See Vera Franklin j I lot within city limits. Completely lanta. 8/15-22-29 c ters prayng of for Administration the de Bonis Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commis- Florida was adopted without change. The Budget as adoptedwas
after schooL 8-29-c fenced. Phone 284-6041 Non in said estate to Calvin L.
: i the minutes of this meeting and is
I OFFICIAL NOTICE Brow; and you are hereby required ordered spread upon
It I 19 a. m. 6 p. m. and 284-3929 to file your written de 1= as follows:
HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bedrooms lenses thereto -within forty days
after 6 p. m. 8-22 e TIMBER SALE Commercial after the first publication hereof LEGAL NOTICEIX LEGAL NOTICE ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES GENERAL FUND, CLAY COUNTY..
1U baths, 430 St. Johns. Should you fail therein decree -
I pine and hardwoods scattered will be entered in due FLORIDA, FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPT. 30, 1981Acc't.
I Inquire at premises. P. T. courseupon said petition. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IV THE COrXTY JUDGE'S I
1 Wainwright, 430 st. ,Johns. throughout approximately 6,000acres WITNESS my hand and the CLAY COUNTY FLORID.la COURT OF' CLAY COl. TY. .
Canal right-of-way in seal of said Court this 20th day CSaacery FLORIDA.In NO. Classification Amount
I 8-29-c of August. 1963. GRANT.vs. .JR.. re: Estate of
Putnam County. Sealed bids Signed Thomas J. Rivers JESSE C. Plaintiff JvLIZABETH S. WOODWORTH. 211 Salaries County Commissoners 12,000.00

U you're driving Labor D;:t by 11:00.A. M. Monday, 16 Sep Pub. 8,t %%._%'County. Sept. T5.udC"e; 12. J562 USE GRANT' ; .. f 1 -deceased.NOTICE, OF FILING. FINALRETURN 212 Salary Clerk to Board 4.800.00
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week-end Drive with Care! tember, '1963. 'For ,detailed .information i Defendant FOR: APPROVAL AND"' PETITION OF RETURN 216 Salary Supervisor of Registration 3.000.00
NO. 3 S3
It you're driving Labor Da) 1 FOR THE BEST In all-round contact Florida LEGAL NOTICE "NOTICE OF SUIT AND"' FOR ORDEROF 219 Other Adm., Salaries 5,000.00

week-end Drive with Care! ', good printing try the CRESCENT Canal Authority 803 Rossellc THE STATE OF' FLORIDA DISCHARGE OF" ADMINISTRATOR (Continued on Page 8)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO TO:
i If you're driving Labor Day PRESS, INC The price Street. Jacksonville 4. Florida REGISTER FICTITIOl :NAME: ILSE GRANT NOTICE I have IS filed HEREBY my final GIVENthat re -

week-end Drive with Care! is right. EL 60405. 8-22. %9, 9-5-c Notice is hereby under given tne that AVEPJLL ROUTE NO.PARK 2 E'\V YORK I turn as Administrator c. t. a.1-- LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
the undersigned pro.
NOTIFIED ; of the Estates of Elizabeth S.
HERrBY
visions of chapter 86 .09fc Lawsof yOU ARE
t I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 1 1 I I I ++++-k I I I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I I 1 I : I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I J I I (Florida Acts of n5 t. will that a suit has been filed questingapproval Woodworh. deceased.of therein the final re NOTICE The Board of Co_s ty Comm
register with the Clerk of the 'against u errand the are entitled return and an order of discharge LEGAL TAX EQTALIZATIO.V : :'rtTe''ee' of Ciav o.nt. >. Florida,
hereby OF
Circuit Court in and for Clay & you and after publication of NOTICE Bid In the officeof
MEETING.crrr
.; l"I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY County. State of Florida upon respired to serve name ana i thi snottce; once each week for BOAUO the Clerk of Circuit Court, of
receipt of proof of publication tiff's attorneywhose four consecutive weeks I will OP Clay County uatl 8:31: A. M.
: &f this notice the Fictitious address .appear 'hereon. your apply to the County Judge of GREEXOVE SPRINGS, September 9. 19 *. for Installation
...- ,- ,- -..i..i..>..M..I..l.l'I'I'I'I'M''lFURNITURE ' '' ll name of I, written complaint if said o :he Clay County. Florida for approval FLORIDA of Air Condition equipmentfor
ALAS ELECTRIC )MECHANICAL bill of In suit. of said final return and Notice I* hereby given that the Courtroom of the Clay
COMPANY copy of which is delivered to for order of ffinal discharge the assessment roll of the Cityof County Courthouse. Plans and
DRUCiGISTSEASTERLJ.NG ()"'FU'E EQUIPMENT: Signed Earl RSnipp. Jr. you herewith. on or before September a sadministrator an cum testament Green Cove Springs. Floridashowing Specifications win he furnishedbidder
Pub. Aug. 22. 29. Sept. 6. 1r. 6J t.. A. not 1U3. annexo of the Estate of Elis- descriptions of property by the Clerk of Circuit
AiR BASE FURNITURE CO Herein fail or decree pro abeh S. Woodwonh. de aaed. for the year Itl 2 will be submitted Court. Clay C* aty.
AMERICAN confeuo will be entered against to the City Equalization I IarstnfOaI The Board of Covaty Commissioner
Fine FurnitureCarpeting PHARMACY LEGAL NOTICE you for the relief prayed in the Dated: August 9. 19(8. approval tai the City: reserve tile right to reject
Appliance: ,OFFICE SUPPLY CO.Lloyd bill mp1aint. s/ Carroll )L Wright. City ., P. M. any and all bids
THE OP SAID SUIT A* Administrator C. T. A. on Tuesday. September *, UII. GEORGE L. CARLISLE
Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service NOTICE OF INTENTION TOREGISTER BEING TtUR& of the Estate of Elizabeth All persons desiring to have <1trk to Board
Roosevelt Blvd. I E. Jones Jr. Owner FICTITIOUS NAJIE DIVORCE S. "Woodwortb deceased. corrections mad in .ueh rolL Pub. Aug. 29 Sept.. S. 19t3
5933 Notice is hereby given that WITNESS my hand and the Pub. Aug. 15. 22. 29. Sept. S. .13 whether on listing aluafon
Jacksonville EV 74011 Complete Cosmetic Dept. the undersigned under the pro- sea lof said Court thiat Green Cove 'property or .
Specialists in visions of chapter I' ,"9. Lawsof Spring Florida. 6th day of questd to file with the tllfflee of
Florida Acts of 1957. will August A. D. 19(3. the undersigned Clerkor on
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies"() f1ce Equipment
register with the Clerk of the GEORGE Lv CARLISLE.. before noon Saturday August
Circuit Court In and for Clay Clerk Circuit Court 31. 196. their petition In writing ""
Pacemakers: and Peerles Pharmaceutical: Needs-Sundries County. State of Florida, upon By: Sue McCormlck. FOR SALE: Two narrow rim setting forth in detail their ob- lnijiF
Air Stream for Travel receipt of proof of publicationof Deputy Clerk 26" bicycle tires and tubes. Excellent jections to such assessment roll
Complete Line of Greeting this notice the Fictitious and tbe corrections which they
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Used Trailers-Bank Flnancini ,. name or J. T. Norton. eODditioa. 'Pbotie 2843166. desire to have made. HOME
Cards JllLBERGER'S REFRIGERATION Attorney for Plaintiff Marlin 3. Harris
6017 Roosevelt Blvd.. 20t Blandin Blvd. Signed
SERVICE Address: P. O. Box JT2 .- City Clerk
BCTTS MOBILE HOMES. CCC F. Ubera-er Green Core Springs Florida
Ralph 22. 29. un
Signed. Aug.
XV 8-M7. Jacksonville ET I-47S4 2G55-57 Park St. JacksonvtH, Pub. Aug: U. U. Sept. i. !z. .U 'a Publish Aug. 8. 1*_. 22 %I. Un-p Pub.

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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTESContinued : ,. Acc't. t : r ... ESTIMATE OF REVENUE AND RECEIPTS FINE&"' In accordance: with the provisions of Section 1542, Florida.

( from Page 7) Vt v No. Classification .f- -- ?! -V Amount. FORFEITURE FUND CLAY 'COUNTY, FLORIDA Statutes of 1951 it is hereby ordered by the Board of County-

315 Salary. Prosecuting Attorney V 300.00 FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1964.Acct. : Commissioners of Clay County. Florida that a tax of 1.01 Mill

221 Fees, Clerk of Circuit Court 900.00 316 Salary Sheriff. Deputies & Assistants 47760.00 upon each dollar of assessed valuation of all Real Estate and

224 Commission, Assessor of Taxes 20000.00 318 Salary Assistants & Clerks, County Judge 8700.00 No. Classification Amount Personal Property within the boundary lines of Clay COunty.

225 Commission Collector of Taxes 20000.00 321 Fees & COst Clerk of Circuit COurt' 3000.00 130 Taxes 2.70 Mills on assessed valuationOf Florida, on January 1st, 1963 which is subject to taxation under
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227 Coroner's Fee for Inquest 600.00 324 Fees & Cost, Justice of Peace 5000.00 23409000.00 63204.30 the law be and the same is hereby assessed and levied for the

241 Maintenance of Courthouse 11500.00 326 Fees & Cost Constable 8000.00 160 Fees Sheriff Civil 3000.00 Clay County Health Unit. '
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242 Maintenance of Other Adm. Buildings 3000.00 327 Conviction Fees ,:..', ';t 8.500.00Witness 144 Fines & Forfeiture. Estreated' Bonds 34000.00 The Board of Public Instruction jof Clay County. Florida,

261 Elections and Registrations .,15.000.00_ 328 & Juror Fees 1,200.00 176 County Judge Redpts. 8,224.00 having filed their certificate of Millage levied by said Board

262 Legal Advertisements and Expenses 3000.00 329 Other Court Cost & Fees 4000.00 I showing that for the Clay County General School Fund, a Mill-

268 Miscellaneous Expenses 1000.00 331 Expenses Other than Salaries, County? ,Judge* 2,285.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 108428.30 I age of 10 Mills had been levied and assessed; for Special School

270 Administrative Supplies 10500.00 341 Maintenance of Jail 3000.00 LESS 5% 5421.41 Tax District No. 1.a tax of 10 Mills had been levied and assessed;

271 Discharge Fees Convicts .. 150.00 364 Expenses other than Salaries (Sheriff) 18200.00 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 103006.89 said Certification by the Board of Public Instruction was approved -
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275 Salary Juvenile Judge 1600.00 365 Investigations (Sheriff) 700.00 BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: Cash 31493.11 and ordered spread upon the minutes of this meeting.The .

311 Part Salaries St. Attorney Circuit Judge' 824 Equipment (Sheriff) 6,800.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES 134500.00
V Board of County Commissioners of Clay County. Flor-
Small Claim Court 2525.00 i 858 Equipment (County Judge) 500.00
'" : ida, further resolved that the Assessor of Taxes of Clay County
318 Salary County Judge 8500.00 The Budget for the Fiscal year ending September 30, 1964
Florida, be and she is hereby directed to levy and assess all the
542 Tubercular Hospitals 3,000.00 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 117945.00 having been adopted the Board of County Commissioners pro-
'- foregoing taxes as fixed and levied by this Board upon all the
562 Insanity Inquiries > 900.00 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 954-County 500.00 ceeded to fix the rate of millage for the several funds for the
'' property, both Real and Personal in said County within the
563 General Welfare *.. V 4300.00 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 951-County 3,300.00 Fiscal year ending September 30, 1964. After careful consider-
V several boundaries and districts, according to the Millage as
565 Hospital Service for the Indigent 12613.50 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 952-Sheriff 6446.00 ation of the Estimate of Expenses and Revenues as preparedby
-.i heretofore fixed and determined by this Board and that all
671 County Service Officer V 1,300.00 RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCETO the Cler to this Board and upon Motion of CommissionerGreen
property subject to taxation in said COunty. as to all taxes leviedor
672 Civil Defense 9000.00 BE,CARRIED FORWARD 6309.00 seconded by Commissioner Murrhee and carrier, the
V- intended to be, be entered on the assessment roll under the
676' Zoning Department ; 8,000.00 Board voted unanimously to ,fix the millage as follows:
head of County Taxes and upon all property lying and being
677 Library Operating Expenses 21840.00 TOTAL BUDGET $134,500.00The Finding it necessary to raise for the General Fund of Clay
within the boundaries of said County as of the 1st day of) Jan-
681 Agriculture 22945.00 County Florida by direct taxation upon all the estate and per-
682'Fire Control & County Volunteer Fire Depts. 14000.00: Clerk here presented his estimates of Revenue for the sonal property within the bounds of said County which is liable uary 1963.

685 Publicity 500.00 several funds to be reasonable expected for the Fiscal. Year for taxes according to law to meet the expenses which will It is further ordered that the Clerk of this Board of County

689 Florida Forest Service Farm Forester 1200.00 Ending September 30, 1964. which estimates were ordered spread necessarily have to be paid from the General Fund, the sum of Commissioners of Clay County Florida, be directed to furnishthe

811 Furniture & Equipment 5000.00 upon the minutes of this meting and were as follows: 306173.50 (Less estimated revenue) it is hereby ordered by Assessor of Taxes of Clay County Florida a full and com-

812 Other Administrative Buildings 5500.00 ESTIMATE OF REVENUE''& RECEIPTS, GENERAL REVENUE the Board of County Commissioners of ClaY COunty Florida, plete ,copy of these foregoing minutes, in so far as. the same

821 Jail Additions 12000.00 FUND FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBR 30, 1964. that a tax of 5.5 Mills upon each dollar of the assessed valuationof relates to the levying of taxes, etc.

842 Hospital Authority V 35000.00 Ac,c't. all Real Estate and Personal Property, within the boundary Upon motion of Commissioner Green seconded by Com-

No. Classification Amount lines of Clay COunty Florida on January 1st 1963 which is missioner Huntley, and carried, the Board adjourned to meet

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 280.173.50RESERVE 130 Taxes 525 Mills on assessed valuationof subject under the law for taxation be and the same is hereby again in regular session on the second Monday of September,

FOR CONTINGENCIES 14000.00 23409000.00 $122,897.25 assessed and levied for said General Fund. 1963 that being September 9, 1963, at 9:00 oclock A. M.

RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCETO 100 Libraries 2840.00 Finding it necessary to raise for the Road and Bridge fundof Luther Wilson Chairman -

BE CARRIED FORWARD 12,000.00 114 Railroad & Telegraph 325'.00 Clay County, Florida, by direct taxation upon all real estate Carlisle Clerk
L.
Attest: George
115 Race Track _, t .,, 95,000.00 I and personal property within the bounds of said County, whichis

TOTAL BUDGET 306173.50 116 Insurance Agents County License "Taxv>:v x ?f-: ; 400.00 liable for taxes according to law to meet the expenses which

ESTIMATE DF EXPENSES ROAD & BRIDGE FUND, 123 Hospital Aid to Indigents v -,,\ '". 3113.50 will necessarily have to DC paid from he Road and Bridge Fund

CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA. FOR FISCAL YEAR 135 Candidates Filing Fees ... ":;">-f."/!' 2500.00 the sum of 214415.00 (Less estimated revenue) it is hereby News From St. Williams .

ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1964. 137 Occupational Licenses _. .= .it! 1400.00 ordered by the Board of County Commissioners of Clay County, {

Acc't. 138 Beverage Licenses ..f-- rfV. 600.00 Florida that a tax of 3.50 Mills upon each dollar of the assessed
No. Classification Amount 139 Building Permits & Zoning Fees 1000.00 valuation of all Real Estate and Personal Property, within the Sunday. August 11. was the will hear confessions on Satur-

411 Supervisor of Roads $ 5460.00 152 Excess Fees : 8000.00 boundary lines of Clay County, Florida, on January 1, 1963 day that Father "Connie" day afternoons at Williams..

413 Convict Guards 11525.00 which is subject to taxation under the law. be and the sameis Dougherty said Mass for the It is hoped that local people

415 Free Labor 58730.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 238075.75 I hereby assessed and levied for the Road and Bridge Fund. last'time as pastor. On Satur- will take advantage of this new

421 Maintenance of Buildings 1000.00 LESS 5% 11903.79 Finding it necessary to raise for the Fine & Forfeiture Fundof day he was due at Bradenton, time from 4:00: till 5/.00

422 Maintenance of Equipment .. .'b.. 19000.00 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 226171.96 Clay County, Florida, by direct taxation upon all real estate where he will be pastor at St. o'clock and not make the line

423 Gasoline and Oil .. 17000.00 BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: Cash 80001.54 and personal property within the bounds of said County, which Josephs Church a larger par- so long on Sunday mornings.

424 General Supplies and Incidentals ".. T 'r .l' ) 2,700.00 is liable for taxes according to law. to meet the expenses which ish where he will be blessed Father Kelly said his first mass

427 Care of Convicts 9000.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES 306,17350 will neceSsarily have to be paid from the Fine & Forfeiture Fund with four assistants. While in on Sunday morning. August 18.

431 Cost of Materials .to .,' '- 13500.00 ESTIMATE OF REVENUE & RECEIPTS ROAD & BRIDGE the sum of 134500.00 (Less estimated revenue) it is hereby our area Father Connie had tc I On Saturday. Mr. and MrsL.

442 'Workmen's Compensation Insufance: .. .: 5500.00 FUND, FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1964. ordered by the Board of County Commissioners of Clay County "spread himself thin" of necessity R. Brault and their daughter -

451 Rights of Way 4500.00 Acc't. Florida that a tax of 2.70.Mills upon each dollar of the assessed over the entire parish and George Schaeffer and

834 Road Equipment ;'i,..' ; ,....: .. 24000.00; No. Classification Amount valuation of all Real Estate and Personal:! Property within the which included St. Edwards ir. his son were part of a caravan

911 Road Tax to Municipalities .. .' 18500.00 130 Taxes 3.5 Mills on assessed valuationof boundary lines of Clay County Florida on January 1st, 1963, Starke St. Williams in Keystone of Fr. Dougherty's parishoners

23409000.00 $ 81,931.50 which is subject to taxation under the law, be and the same is I St. Dismus at the State who helped him move to Brad-

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 190415.00 111 Gasoline Tax. 20% of the 7th cent 28000.00 hereby assessed and levied for the Fine & Forfeiture Fund. Prison, and St. Marys at Mac- enton.

RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES 12000.00 111-1 Gasoline & Motor Fuel Tax (County Surplus) 60,000.00. Complying with the request of the Board of Commissionersof clenny. He also was chaplain
the ham
Tickets out for
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCETO 112 Motor Fuel Tax 20% of the 7th cent 800.00 the Florida Ship Canal Navigation District that a levy of .0833 if Camp St. John. are
which will be. held on-
BE CARRIED FORWARD .* 12000.00;) 113 Auto-Transporation Millage Tax 3000.00 of a Mill be made, it is hereby ordered by the Board of County supper
Inheriting Father Connie's Saturday.. August 31, at the
Commissioners of Clay County, Florida, that a tax of .0833 Mill '
is Father Thomas Patrick Masonic Hall from 5 till 7:30.:
TOTAL BUDGET $ 214,415.00ESTIMATE TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 173,731.50 upon each dollar of assessed valuation of all Real Estate and job
Kelly who has been an assist- Ticket donations will be $1.25
LESS 5% 8686.57 Personal Property within the boundary Unes'o Clay County
in Orlando. In orderto ) for adults 75c for children
ant priest
OF EXPENSES FOR THE FINE & FORFEITUREFUND 95% OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 165044.93 Florida on January 1st. 1963. which is subject to taxation ;
facilitate matters on Sun- 12. ,
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CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, FOR FISCAL BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: Cash 49370.07 under the Law, be and is hereby assessed for said Florida Ship r. -

YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1964. TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES 214,415.00 Canal Navigation District. day mornings Father Kelly ,;

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