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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: September 19, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r As A Matter of Fact City Buys Base '







To bate and to bold the same .to the only proper use, and benefit and City Wins 8 Month

It costs $179,000 a year more to operate the Secretary of

State's office than it did when Tom Adams assumed the po- behoof of the said party of the second part, its successors and assigns, forever "

sition 18 months ago. according to State Auditor Erne v 'Ellison Battle Against StateThe

An aide of the Secretary told The Crescent that the office

employed a total of 107 persons when Mr. Adams took over;
f City of Green Cove Springs on Tuesday purchased for
it now employs 153. He attributed this personnel rise to the ,
; $750,000 cash the 1700-acre deactivated naval base sprawled
assumption of five new functions: (1) licensing and supervisionof I' I just southeast of its city limits.

private employment and detective agencies and added responsibilities J The actual closing with General Services Administration

in the licensing of labor unions and their business F (W I I .. r'v .. '".., "' officials in Atlanta climaxed a 9-month uphill fight in and

agents: (2)) an administrative code division which compiles all __________ .Of.. : .' out of court.in which representatives of the City outmaneuvered -

t rules and regulations of State agencies having rule-making -" ': high JState officials and big league attorneys, step by step
aU the way. '
authority and the compilation of all such rules in two volumes: .. r1'
Acquisition of the base presents City officials with
(3) maintenance of the Internal Improvement building and of -' J1'il a mo-
:- < mentous and awesome task: the job of making the huge investment -
the visitors' parking lot across from the Capitol building; (4) ..). payoff.Acquired .
Y ". "iJ" I
Mimeographing, etc., for the State Budget Commission and ** and set
up as an auxiliary air field 42 years ago
the Legislative Council; (5) creation of its own fiscal account- the property later became a garrison and house-keeping center

ing division. I for a Navy mothball fleet. It was deactivated 15 months ago

;v and since then has been a political football in which the polit-
ical opponents of the political "Ins" have sought to persuadethe

a':4: State to buy the property and. even since the State's withdrawal
In addition to Clara Chesser and Mrs. Jack Dunlap an- ; ".: "' : of its offer, to block every effort by the City to acquire,

other County woman has been selected for inclusion in Who's : I Late in January the State offered $620.400 GSA's

Who Of American Women She is Miss Fran Fisher a plant 'r r appraised price on the facility and State officials said they

pathologist at the University of Florida Agricultural station. 4- ii1 .' ILJ were ready to put industry in there. Governor Farris Bryant
.. s .y announced that one of the nation's
largest
Miss Fisher a daughter of Mrs. Daisy:Fisher and the late Roy 4 corporations (never
identified) was interested in moving in.
Dexter Fisher was born and reared in Green Cove. Her.maternal
Approximately a month later the City offered $750,000.
grandparents were the late.Manon M...and Ellen Harden-
1 Because the offer was not a cash offer GSA subsequently recommended -
ti brook Sparkman. She Is a niece'of the late Dr. L. C. Fisher. to Congress that the
property be sold to the State.
Miss Fisher, who is also listed inAmerican Men-of'Science and L Late in May, Green Cove offered cash for the base. The

in Who Knows And What is a.member the Amercian:Phy-; __ money was to be raised, first, through a loan from the Florida

topathological Society the Mycological (f Society of America National Bank (in which the Bank of Green Cove Springs

the Florida Entomology Society and;the.Florida Horticultural would act as a minor participant). This money would be repaid -
i Society. S 4. < k Z s .. by the sale of revenue certificates. The Florida Legislate -

passed a bill under which the City was authorized to pur-
,Crescent Pfcoto by Gene -
Berwick Anderson Lwho raided -to its achievement three aircraft runways piers. The value of the property has bond issue did not come out of ad valorem taxes. GSA reversed

Florida is ready ttD.nclaim..fint: fenders -and:misdemeanor I Green Cove's !long uphill fight to :acquire the deactivated been put as high as $25 million. On Nov. 29, The Crescent itself and recommended the City's offer be accepted.

cases from criminal contamination in county jails through naval base, and acting City"Manager Ben Zellner tv, Tuesday guessed the property would be sold for $900,000_ Seated behind Very shortly after the City's cash offer three County tax-

probation and parole services Roy'W.'Russell.' chairman ofthe :night:presented to:a'triumphant Board -of City Commissioners the table L to r.are: Mayor Edward B. Taylor and Mrs. payers filed suit against the City in an effort to remove it as
,the deed to the property. The base comprising more than Lisle Kenney clerk to the City Commission. Standing, L.to r.. a serious contender for the property. On three occasions before -
.Florida Probation and Parole Commission rtold. the,"State,Cabi.;' < -'acres land dinjb4? 12" W3rwlekKenner;C.ouunlssioner-1A1ll T. :'two' Circuit-judges the, -cuits..oi the ,
., "*"*"" '.- 1> 1512 : of has -fceven offlce" T>ul housing : :; Iveyr ; e men: Edward WIg-
net in a year-end: report. 'buildings'. '92 storage buildings, :140 .misc lla 1eous structures, Judge Thomas J. Rivers/and'Commissioners" : Marlin Harris. gins. of Keystone; Rex Smith, of St. Johns County; and Frankie

.chairman: Canova,.of Green Cove, were thrown out of court.
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report to the board,of Commissioners, f Their case has now been appealed to the Florida Supreme

of State Institutions, parent :authority: the Parole Commis- County High Football I I Court which has agreed to hear it at the earliest possible date.

sion, stressed the expanding influence of probation and parole I No date has yet been set but it generally felt the earliest date

i in reclaiming those convicted of i would be in approximately three or four weeks.
>4 misdemeanors, as well as those ,Orange Park High: Clay High: Keystone High:
headed for state prison, or already there. Who is financing the extensive litigation of the three has
Tomorrow. ... P. Tonge -at home. Tomorrow Palatka, there.I. Sept. 27 Bunnell, there. been subject of much speculation throughout the County. One
eIi Sept. 27 ,. Hastings at home Sept. 27' Perry. at home. Sept. 30 ... St.Joe Academy at home. persistent rumor has it that the case is being financed by the
Oct. 4 .. Bolles there. Oct. 4 Fernandina there. Oct. 4 Open. chairman of the so-called Committee of 100 who. it is said.
For the first time in 120
years an improved barometer Oct. 11 Open Oct. 11 Baker Cty. there. Oct. 11 Crescent City there. would like to handle local patronage for a State-owned base.
design makes weather forecasting easy, even for the amateur. Oct. 18 Baldwin at home. Oct. 18 Santa Fe there Oct. 17 Starke B team there However Rex Smith told The Crescent last week that Mahon\

,, On the "Stormoscope" barometer made by Taylor Instrument Oct. 25 < Open. Oct. 26 Bishop Kenny there. Oct. 26 Fla. D & D, there. and Stratford, the trio's original attorneys, and William H.

p A Companies, the most active pressure area :on the dial, the range Nov. 1.. Santa Fe, there. Nov. 1 Open. Nov. 1 Callahan there. Maness who is now handling the case are being paid by

between 29 and 31 inchs, has ben magnified by two and one- Nov. 8 Bunnell at home. Nov. 8 Live Oak. at home. Nov. 8 Baldwin at home. "twenty or more people and you would be. surprised at
Nov. 15 Fernandma. there. Nov. 15 P. K. Yonge at home. Nov. 15 Open. how many of them live in Green Cove."
half times. Now even the untrained weather-watcher
I can Nov. 22 .,. Baker Cty., at home. Nov. 22 Starke at home. Nov. 22 Hastings at home.
really seethe dial pointer jumP. Nov. 28 Clay at GCS. Nov. 28 Orange Park at home. Nov. 27 Ft. Lopez, at home.
For those .who live in a hurricane :area: Taylor experts Matthews Calls On.

suggest a few simple precautions. Before taking shelter pre- .

ferably in .a basement, fasten all movable objects outdoors

that cannot be .brought ,inside. -Do'not so outside until\ ter-: County Bankers Named Miss TillisConfirmed Young Men To Apply

lain the storm has passed. .

The per capita income of Floridians passed the $2,000 mark f I ." Gladys Tillis vas confirmedby For Military Appointment

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for the first time last year the Florida State Chamber of Commerce I > the US Senate as post-

i : reported :last week: :in its Weekly business Beview. j master of Keystone Heights Congressman D. R. Matthews, has announced that an

"Pegged officially at $2,044, this average income -of Floridians last week according to word "examination for designatino" to the various military academies -
n received from will be conducted on Saturday. November 9. for
\ was 4 per cent ,over 1961, slightly below the increase ,n Congressman D men in the Eighth Congressional district all young
R. Matthews. making application
E -the: national ;average of $2.366 to him for an academy appointment in 1964.
Miss Tillis has been actingposbn'a
This lees-tbas-joational gain in average income is a result .. Mr. Matthews
d said the
!: : since: the death last examination would be scheduled in
; of Florida's rapid population growth. Last Tear the total .I year of Frank "Walratb Jr. several towns and cities in Florida, and he urged all young men

personal income received by Floridians from all sources came .Ir Her nomination has been of his district seeking appointments to get In touch with him

to $11,158,000.000 up % per, cent from 1961. while the national 41 pending for some months. so that arrangements can be made for them to participate
: in the examination.
gain was 6 per cent. Florida's population counted 5.459.000 at ;r

r mid year 1962 up to 4 per cent compared with a natinoal ga'r ANOTHER. TRY FOR 1320"A letter should be directed to my Washington office/
C Longworth House Office Building
advising which academy
of I1 cent.
per
SCHOOL JXILKThe the applicant wishes
t to apply for appointment and
"This situation is both good and bad as it results in a that he desires to take the preliminary indicating"
examination Mr.
larger mass market but not in a quality market", the trade body Board will of Public Instruction Matthews said. "Those applicants who have already submitted -
meet at 11
J i pointed out. applications need not write again.
o'clock tomorrow to
open a
"One underlying cause lies in the growing of "This November
proportion
examination
is not for
J- third round of bids.on, supplying admission to the
youngsters and oldsters in Florida's population at the expenseof milk to the County's academies. but the results win be utilized In making selections

the income-producing age group. In total income Florida schools. | on appointments for the classes entering the academies next

ranks 10th :among the 50 states and the District of Columbia Public;school officials said i yea Each applicant if nominated for an academy, must
I later'complete the proper application and take "
r while its position is 34th in per capita income.'" that while eight milk producers he explained.. $ required teats
.
f have indicated they *** **
would submit ''bids (only :Mr Mattnews indicated that any applicant for an academy

two submitted bids in ear- appointmentrarast-contact tilt by October 1. so the preliminary
r A field office service in northern Florida was opened Mon- lier rounds), the chances of I examination can be scheduled.

day in Jacksonville by the U. S. Department of Labor's Officeof c--.t PIt.t*n By Ge-ae Kssa getting milk at anything:

Labor-Management Welfare-Pension Reports. It is at N. Watson Hardenberg. Jr. executive vice president of the Keystone State Bank and I approaching prices prevailIng -

I 1105 Barnett National Bank Building. 112 'V. Adams Street. John Preston Hall Jr. executive rice president and chairman of the board of the Bank of last year were smalL 11 I County Retail Sales Again In Strong Uptrend f

1 The office administers? the Labor Management Reporting and Green Cove Springs were named to two of the three top posts in Group IlL Florida Bankers DnvaL Volnsia. Putnam, County retail sales last cent above
Alachna and other counties the July collect -
Association. last week.
Disclosure Act. which is designed to insure democratic practiceson month, maintained a strong ions of
have all bowed before the approximately
the part of labor unions and to some extent managementand Mr. Hardenberg was named chairman of te group and Mr. Hall secretary for the coming demands of milk producers upward trend. $18,500 retail sales approximating
:year. Sales tax collections
consultants. and the Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure for a whopping 35 per cent were $610,000 and more
Mr. Hardenberg native of Canaan Comu is a graduate of Connecticut's Morse Busi- up 10 per cent from July than 20
Act. which requires administrators of private welfare and rise and are now paying 6.75 per cent above
pen- ness College. He began his banking career with the Canaan National Bank served four cents levels which had shown a Jane retail sales cf
per half pint. approximately
sion plans to file copies of their plans and annual report.F. :years in the Navy during World War II and became associated with the Keystone Bankwhen Results of a Milk Com- 12 per cent rise from June 550000.

Seaton Washburn an experienced Compliance Officer it was opened nearly twelve years ago mission study to determine collections. While this

with the former Bureau of Labor Management Reports has Mr. Hall. 33 :years old has been associated with the Bank of Green Cove for five :yean. profits earned by' producerslast According to the Florida keeps percentage Clay in increase
45th
been assigned to the LMWP Office in Jacksonville. Before The bank which was established in 1903 is the County's oldest and largest .banking Institution :year :when milk was Revenue Commission, position with
respect to tax
I Joining "the Labor Department in 1960. Washburn worked in with deposits totaling' approximately $5.28 million. .IIe was educated at BoDes Military available to. public schoolsat County sales tax collections 'dollars collected, the aver-
Academy in Jacksonville and at the University: of Florida. He served in the Army more under S cents a half last month totaled S29.375
Norfolk as. a special agent for the Internal Revenue age rise for the State last
Service. ::; .
than. two.years duringthe Korean War. ; pint have not been made representing approximately -
,. .. .
He.was afcMefpctty; officer In the Navy and is' a"'graduate o i j '- j> :- .* -*"t.:sw s'MP e5sr *s $680,000 In retail month was only 3 per cent,
Group m of the association comprises banks in Duval. Putnam. FIaJnSL Johns public. far below the County pin.oa..v .
Benjamin Franklin University' in Washington. D. C. Nassau and Clay: counties. I spending. This Is 10 per



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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAYBY by DUNCAN GRONER V Penney Farms .j ik

The close proximity of the Yerkes Laboratories of Primate I
CRESCENT PRESS. INC.Green : Biology in Orange Park and Marineland just down the beach ;
Florida Reporter: MRS. IIERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8131
Cov Springs from St. Augustine offers exciting possibilities for the State _
Phone 284-3166 The opening fall meeting of They left the MHC last May
.'" of Florida and its willingness and ability to undertake a research -
the Woman's Christian Tem- ago. _
program that could have repercussions as great as the
NATIONAL EDITORIAL I '. perance Union will be held on for Kalamazoo. Michigan
conquest of
space.I
I J t- next Tuesday at 3 o'clock in where their daughter of that
IA CeTI write this as a layman and without any real understanding the lecture room of the city and their son of Rochester -

of the difficulties which might be inherent in some cooperative ney Memorial Church. pen-I N. Y., had planned an a
Yerkes and Marineland.
research program between stallation service will be held open house and reunion of relatives -
EDITOR ............................................................ Duncan Groner There is reason to hope that when Emory University moves Memorial week- 3
A. S. Barrows in on Day
GENERAL MANAGER ............................................ Eugene Koza ,ferkes to Georgia the State will buy the property (and retain charge.A with Mrs.. end. Approximately 200 I
I --Iaff. ) for comparable On the other
Entered as second Class Matter July 15. 196%. at the Post Office a program. talk will be given by Mrs.S. friends and relatives came to
Green Cove Springs. Florida 'under .the Act of March 3. 1897rromd hand. Marineland as fascinating a place as I ever visited .
!i Claoa po..tagep.ld at Green Cove Sprlnsn. Fla. L. Kiser who attended the help them celebrate their fiftieth i- :
is privately-owned and engaged more in the business of meetings of the New Jersey, Golden Wedding Anni- ,.

One Year-in advance S1'BSCRIPTIORATES................................-..-._....._....... $400( putting on a delightful show than in probing the highly- W. C. T. U. Convention in versary.Mr. I
developed mind of a porpoise.The I
Ocean Grove N. J. Barrow's sister came
I question I am asking is whether it would not be from Albany N. Y., and her

possible to utilizeif and when the State takes over Yerkes The Rev. and Mrs. Frank son. Seldon Knudson and his

The Sins of The ? the superbly trained and skilled staff of scientists who may Gracey returned Monday from family came from Rochester z 7Fx
choose to remain there in some sort of research of what :iiind two months vacation in their N. Y. Mrs. Barrow's sister and 1

of minds porpoises have. I cottage on the Willimantic, family came from Muskegon !

One morning last week in Orange Park, a 17-year-old girl For instance: Conn., Methodist camp ground. and Grand Rapids Mich... and I
turned a gun on herself and tried to commit suicide. Can a porpoise be trained to swim from let us say San They will occupy the former others from various other parts I

This child came to Orange Park not many months ago Francisco harbour to Amoy a Chinese Communist military Edwards apartment No. 302-D. of Michigan. Their son Rob- j Methodist Bishop John McKendree Springer a leading

from New York with her husband and baby. Already she was base or, more frighteningly, can a porpoise be taught vo ert and family from Rochester, missionary in Katanga more than half a century has takenup

expecting the birth of another child.A swim the other way? If so, why couldn't a hydrogen bombbe On Sunday September 8th. N. Y., brought a tape recorder residence with his wife, at Memorial Home Community,
attached to his (or her) back and set off by some enemy Mrs. I. N. Kimbrough and Mrs. and so they have a recordingof Penney Farms. Bishop Springer who celebrated his ninetieth
friend who was staying with her at the time said she vessel in mid-oceanT Frank C. Goodman drove to messages and wishes from birthday last week first went to Africa in 1902. He is the'

had warned the young husband his wife needed psychiatric care. Can a porpoise be taught to communicate with man.and. if Sanford to see Mrs. Kim- their many friends during the son of a Methodist minister ("Father went to conduct services

Yet how can a psychiatrist be expected to free the mind 50, does he have anything worthwhile to say to man? *" brough's old home and church. Open House celebration. .that Sunday in Cataract Wisconsin, and when he got home

and heart of a 17-year-old girl from the frightening and awe- These questions are not as silly as they sound. Indeed, they They went on to Titusville in After several weeks in Kalamazoo he had another son") a graduate of Northwestern University

some responsibilities of two children How could any psychiatrist are being pondered by scientists in this country and, presumably time to attend the evening they drove on to Wil- and founder of the Springer Institute in Mulungrishi, Ka

.r free the mind of a child weighted with care from the in other nations of the world.At service of the First Baptist mington. Pa., for a week with tanga. Of another famed missionary to Africa, Dr. Albert

conviction that life offered her nothing Marineland they have taught porpoises to jump through Church where they were en- Mr. Barrow's brother and wife Schweitzer Bishop Springer says that strangely enough during -

hoops, sing and dance (and their dancing from my point of tertained over night in the for a few days of fishing, all his years in Africa their paths never crossed. Of the
would need drove her to marriageat
he ask
What compulsion,
view is up to that of my own three children or to that of some home of the pastor and his __w .** United Nations action in Katanga, he feels it was necessary.
the of perhaps 15? At that point her parents and ,
age
tribal dances I have witnessed in Africa). wife the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. | On Wednesday Both he and Sirs. Springer, the former Helen Everett (la great
brothers and sisters if she had any would have to be brought September I
Edward Everett), of Massachusetts, are
In a long conversation on Sunday with Greg Masters,, I W. Sr Hardin friends of Mrs. j llth Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. granddaughter of
into the psychotherapy.
at : he posed of these concerned about the repercussions of the announcedUN
aquarist Marinelnad some questions. Kimbrough. Myers were visited by Mr. and deeply
: No one would be so foolish as to suppose that a legislativeact Mr. Masters, a native of St. Augustine and a veteran of Monday they drove to Vero Mrs. James Boyer, their pull-out in Katanga,

would deter a 15 or 16 or 17-year-old girl from marriag' more than 15 years at Marineland disclaims any scientific Beach to look over the Baptist daughter Anna Mae and Miss
if it seemed to be the only refuge. It is possible the gentlestand intellect. But his
knowledge of the porpoise's during tenure Retirement Center and en- Dottie Welde also Miss Mar- of the First Methodist Churchof Ga.. public school, and during
most urgent appeal of her parents failed. there he has talked to a scientist and has observed for
many
lunch
joyed having at the Center garette Derow all of Malvern, Eustis until she became the same period was pastor of
And it lie someone's himself what these strange and fascinating mammals are They returned to MHC Penn. Mr. Boyer is Creek Church
yet. today must heavily upon conscience a friend I II president of the Women's So- Big Baptist m

that this child on that morning last week was not capable of. Tuesday by way of Cocoa I of George K. Myers, son of Mr. ciety for the entire Orlando Bacon County, Ga.

I I at home playing with dolls, learning motherhood the easy way. As to the vital statistics of Marineland and its quintetof Beach and Orlando. ,_:-_ I and Mrs. Myers. Both Mr. I.I.I District. Mr. Snyder was con- Mr. Peavy is now principalof

performing artists; the attraction was established 25' years I Boyer and George Myers are nected with the First Metho- the Penney Farms public

I ago; it now lures something like half a million persons annually Word has been received that in Boy Scout work. 1 dist Church of Eustis for a few school and we give Mr. and

I ; its five star porpoises are of mixed sexes are not segregatedand the Rev. and Mrs. Hubert The Boyers also had a visit I Mrs. Peavy and their two sonsa
J years. __ *-r
wray.
::1 The Real Issues have not yet interbred. They eat 18-20 pounds of food Swetnam has been called to with Paul Johnson who was cordial welcome to Penney

daily which means 'that very little reward is left after their become pastor of Grace Bap- their Bible Class teacher In Farms.

There is not much political mileage to be gained we believe shows (when they are fed for turning in good performances), tist Church Vancouver Wash. New York. The young ladies Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Peavy I

II on the question of who did or did not sell the County its for training. He is the son of the Rev. JohnA. mentioned above were on their and their two sons. Benjamin Miss Sarah E. Foy left today -
t, eight dump trucks. Several years ago. Dr. John Lilly a neurosurgeon who had and Mrs. Swetnam of MHC. way tq enter HamptonDuBoise 8, and Von Gene 6, nave takenup for Columbia. S. C. to visita
I been associated with Johns Hopkins University, came to The latter expect to leave for School at Zellwood Flo residence on Route 16 in friend for a few weeks.
I : While there is something to be said for the point of view Marineland and began a series of experiments which he is now home during the first week in Penney Farms across from the .

t. of each side while some toes got stepped on. the fact is the continuing in southern Florida. Some tentative conclusions October.Mr. rida.Mr. MHC Golf Course. They have New members will be received -

County has far more important issues at stake and the people from these experiments are described in Dr. Lilly's book "Man I and Mrs. B. M. Hillyer come from Ocilla Ga. Mr into the Penney Me-

I of the County should expend their political sagacity and and Dolphins." and Mrs. A. Selden Bar- of Eustis surprised the Rev. Peavy is a native of Fitzgerald.Ga. morial Church on the first

I \ passion on the Important ones. Dr. Lilly's principal concern was and apparently still is, rows have just returned from and Mrs. Daniel L. Snyder ., and Mrs. Peavy is a native Sunday in October. Anyone

It was a political faux pas we believe for Commissioner whether or not dolphin (or porpoises; the terms are used what they say has been their with a short visit last Satur- of Mystic Ga. For the desiring to join the church

I O. J. Murrhee to move before the Commission that the highestof generically) have something to say to man.I most.. wonderful summer since day. Mrs. Hilyer was president past two years Mr. Peavy has should Speak to the Rev. C P-

five bids on the trucks be accepted without explaining in am told that the bone structure of a dolphin indicates their retirement fifteen years of the Women's Society been principal of the Axson. Schriver sometime soon.

very clear detail his reasons. Had he said before he made his that it may. at some period, have been a land animal; that it j
motion or during the period when he was'" looking for someoneto may,'have gone to the sea to seek food. < t f

to Second the motion that he believed there should be a com- If we can accept any part of the Darwinian theory' (andI I

'I' parative study of two different makes of truck, that he felt i ii believe most theologians today agree that it is entirely pos-

i the business should be kept in the County he would have sible to accept the Darwinian theory with the New Testament),

squelched many of the charges of favoritism that have been is it not possible that the porpoise is an evolutionary regression.Isn't .

I leveled against him. it possible that somewhere along the line the porpoise's The Bank of Green Cove Springs
mind was very highly developed and that then he lost his
On the other hand if Mr. Revels had let it be known I
need to use it. As Greg Masters points out porpoises haveno
\ immediately that he had not bid on four trucks that his marginof
hands with which to build houses no feet with which to
profit was so small on the eight it was not worth his whileto
explore the earth.' They only need eat and sleep and. on occasion Loans For Home
sell the County four and make new arrangements to disposeof defend themselves.If Homing Improvement
four (rather than eight) used trucks his position would
they converse with each other in rational terms, is it
have been stronger. I
possible that someone tome day. will break their language code
As it stands, we believe one side acted too quickly the. will decipher this new Rosetta Stone FHA Title 1
other side reacted too slowly.
If man could tell porpoises what to do, as Greg Masters ...
f We doubt that Roberts Chevrolet will declare an extra says with an ironic smile is it not possible that future wars
dividend because of this small profit: or that Mr. Revels will might be fought by dolphin and not man? These loans can be granted to any property owner who is purchasing

I f fail to get his annual trip abroad for losing it. The subject is complex and almost surely should not be
or has purchased a house, after qualifying through FIIA Standards.
There are real and basic issues which these same peoplecan discussed by anyone without a deep scientific understanding of

devote themselves to. This we submit is not one of them. the problems involved.
i
The questions of whether the State of Florida acquires the

Yerkes property, what it will do with it and how a staff of
TIME TO
scientists could to the benefit of mankind utilize the charm-
Pd. Adj. ing porpoises that daily delight so many people at Marinelandwith

i their intensely perceptive and human characteristics are,
in themselves interesting to contemplate.

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I I Good vision is a precious gift bestowed by :

God and nature upon all mankind; and

WHEREAS. Our eyes are windows of light through ,
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which we see and understand each other f BaA I
and enjoy the beauty of the world in whichwe o 4

live; and hltat. ,+

WHEREAS. The ruthless threat of blindness is increasing "', .

I although at least half of all blindness ..,:
I is due to neglect and for that reason is fi gi;v Ey ,# .


WHEREAS We needless owe;it and to ourselves and our loved, ones I

to recognize the wisdom of protecting vision

to join fully in the battle against blindness

and to learn how to take care of our eyes r't
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and the eyes of our" children; : .
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NOW THEREFORE. In cooperation with the National : :

Society for the Prevention of Blindness the Florida Lions
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Foundation for the Blind Inc.. the Florida Council for .

i the Blind and the Clay County Board of Commissioners, :
by? virtue of the authority vested :In me as Chairman of '

the Clay County Board of Commissioners. I hereby desig- .
nate September. 1963. as"SIGHTSAVING

MONTH"and : :

I call upon my fellow citizens of this community to 111111t9i

conserve the vital resource of good vision by learning the
284-3650
habits of good eye care and by supporting research :

efforts which will help all men enjoy the blessing of .:;f'i.: :. '" or
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WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my

hand and caused to be affixed the Seal of the Clay New luxury styling match its total performance rives Monday, Tnesw & FrL 9 to 1:30 o'clock '
a bright new look to the lineup of Ford ears for 1964. The
County Board of Commissioners this ninth day of Sep- -
topselliDcFord Galaxie 500 Series offers three db&ctivenew :
Wed. Thnn. & Sat 9 to Noon
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tember 1963.PROCLAMATION. roof lines including the 4-door sedan (top photo). Five .
: "SIGHT-SAVING MONTH engines and!! four transmissions are offered
Crnise-0-Matie Dual Range three-speed automatic transmit See Our Newly-Installed 24-ZTour Depository
(SEAL) ston now available with all engines up to 390 cubic inches I
LUTHER WILSON displacement.
The tall Ford Galaxie line for 1964 Includes 16 models with
Chairman Clay County Board
2and 4-door sedans, hardtop, convertibles and station wagons -
of County Commissioners (bottom photo). The completely restyled can will ap
: 'ATTEST: George L. Carlisle Clerk pear in Ford dealer showrooms' September %7.I .
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!!! _.1 i Ar Trucks, $51.38 SavedIt -_-T c :: n'.



all began last week as a routine purchase of eight dump l!

trucks by the Board of County Commissioners.
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However, it took three meetings of the Board to buy the LAT

trucks, aroused their political opponents to a spate of name- # r: O i fOBI i Eacx
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calling and wound up sounding like a prelude to next spring's LAkL3r '1 JJ II JfOCO suva

political donnybrook.At .
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sioners received five bids to supply the County with eight .

dump trucks on a net-trade-in basis for eight old trucks. : >.

According to the records, the bids looked like this: I

Lynch-Davidson (Ford) Motors Jax....... .... $21,920.

International Harvester Jax .... .................... 23065.44 $ t t .

Revels Ford Motorama Green Cove .._........ .... 23,166

Nehl GMC Truck Co., Jax ................................ 23,169.74: -

q -a ''1 Roberts Chevrolet, Green Cove... ...............- 25.832 j .

When the bids had been examined, up rose Commissioner L r: :: .
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from Roberts Chevrolet, the highest of the five bidders. There ._" --- --
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County buy all Ford trucks .from Revels Ford Motorama
r # According to the official minutes of the meeting, after some with Mr. Andrews' arrival, the County received Frederick R. Andrews, a 1959 graduate of Florida State
discussion. Commissioner Louis L. Huntley said he would its new $7,000 bookmobile. Mrs. Hazel Cartwright University in Library Science has been named Clay County

second the motion if it were amended to include two or four who has been acting County Librarian pending the appoint- librarian. Mr. Andrews 25 years old was released from the

Chevrolets.The ment of Mr. Andrews is shown at the door of the handsome Army in July after serving a tour of duty in Alaska.

Commissioners voted to purchase four Ford trucks green truck which carries a Ford chassis and a body, designed Born in Madison, he served two years with the Suwannee

: from Revels and four Chevrolet trucks from Roberts.J. to carry 1,500 books, built by the Gerstenlager Co., River Regional Library before entering into military service.

Crn rrnt I'hwto by. Gene Kozlt P. Revels on Tuesday handed to George L. Carlisle, clerkto of Wooster, O. Jesse Heath a member of the County library lie and his wife, the former Flora Lee Warner, of Live Oak.

Mrs. Huffuette Gassmann, a native of Provins, France the Board a letter withdrawing his offer.It board, and Mrs Heath went to Ohio to pick up the book- celebrated their third wedding anniversary yesterday.
at about this point that the political
and a resident of Green Cove for nearly four years is shown was temperaturein mobile. Crrxrriit Photo My Gene Koaa
with a few of the dolls which she dresses and sells. Dis- the County began to rise.
The opposition charged the Commission with favoritismin
daining a sewing machine, Mrs. Gassmann began dressing
awarding even a part of the bid to the highest bidder.
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dolls less than -a yearago. Their costumes, ranging from
Not so, said the Commission. They pointed to their rightto
the period of Marie Antoinette to the intricate designs worn
bid. They pointed out that Chevrolet trucks
reject any are
by some modern .brides, are fitted to plastic "basics" suchas
she is holding in her .hand. Mrs. Gassmann, who is able powered by 185-horsepower engines, 25-rrorsepower more than .
those in Ford trucks. cited 19,500-lb. axles Chevroletsvs.
to torn vut :a doll-ia-day (she has a 12-year-old son, Frank, They on
who enjoys eating), gets from .$4 -to $15 for her fine handcrafted 15,000-Ib. axles on Fords. ,4iff: This Week's
mannequins. What had happened to Commissioner Moodys motion they

asked it was, they said, sceonded and never voted on. It

was still a pending motion. .
Not so, said the Commission. The motion was amendedat
Musical Directors Named iiBONUS
: the request of Commissioner Huntley.

How dared the Commissioner squander the taxpayers

Two Green Cove churches the. Job as choir director six money. If they had accepted the Revels bid they would have

this week anounced changes In .ryears ago on a ".temIXlrabasis. & saved'the County more than $2,600 ..,. enough to"buy..another .,.,.
their musical direction. I ." P : .
truck.Their :
The First Methodist Church Mrs. Bayliff teaches Musicat conscience was clear, said the Commissioners. They BUYS_

announced the appointmentof the Green Cove Junior High I wanted to see comparative performances of two different makesof
auto side side. Nei
working by
Mrs. Winifred Bayliff as School.
Tempers still short when the Commissioners
were met for
choir director. She succeedsMrs. St. Marys Episcopal Church
Joseph Mincher who Announced that Mrs. William another try Wednesday night. They decided, with Revels out
of the picture to buy four Chevrolet trucks from
asked to be relieved of the du Erwin, wife :of the new vicar, Roberts and
ties. Mrs. Mincher, who will would become organist and four Ford trucks from Lynch-Davidson Motors, of Jacksonville. j Plus Valuable Plaid 1
took They went their seperate ways that night thinking I/Affaire Stamps
continue as organist, on choir director, succeeding T. J.
Dump ended. Next day, Lynch-Davidson withdrew its offeron
Rivers II, who is a junior at
much the same grounds Mr. Revels had withdrawn his:
the University of Florida. Mrs.
they had submitted bids for eight and not four trucks.
Erwin is a graduate of the
A WORD OF THANKSWe Finally, on Friday night, the Commissioners tried again.
famed Westminster Choir -College -
want to express our They would buy four Chevrolet trucks from Roberts at a net
at Princeton, N. J.and
deep thanks to our cost of $12,916 and four International Harvester trucks from SUPER RIGHT SQUARE CUT BEEF A&; P'S ALLGOOD
many has served as organist at the I
its Jacksonville sales agency for a net of 1153272.
friends for their kindnesses,
I Episcopal Cathedral in Jacksonville : -
In the face of such loyalty, the Roberts agency, having
for their words of sympathy;
for the past year. Chuck
and for the lovely flowers sent|( been awarded a contract for four of the trucks cut $500 off Roast Sliced Bacon
its total price.
to us in the illness and death|

of our husband and son. Es- The County had got, in three sessions of its Commission,
pecially we wuold thank the i CARD OF ?TANKS eight dump trucks for a total of 2394872. This was $51.38

members of the staff of Clay We wish to tht pk oui many I less than it had put in its recent budget for dump trucks.A 45e LB 12 LB. PKG,95c

Memorial Hospital for their i friends for their prayers, cards _

consideration and care extended and flowers, during the passingof I
OF THANKSI I
to him and to us. our mother. Mrs. Annie F. WORD
,! wish to express my thanks CLAY TIIEATRE
His widow and mother. Wilkes. FRESH RIPE SWEET JUMBO
and appreciation to all my Phone 284-6711 -
Mrs. Marion Bentley Floyd, RuthVilkes
Mrs Ella Bentley and Family friends for their loving Monday thru Friday Two Boneless

thoughts and kindness, shownme Shows each evening Honeydew
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sickness and
during the 7 & 9 p.m.
passing of my beloved son, Sat. & Sun. Continuous

Marion D. Bentley.' From 2 p.m. Chuck .
Mrs. Ella Bentley, his mother, .
MelonsEACH
and Liza Ann. I
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Thursday, Friday, SaturdayS .' '

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PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS TARZAN'S THREE : 65c LB
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CHURCH CHALLENGESstarrinZ' n, ,
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;' I;: Vermont Are. Jock Mahoneyand :
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You have a starring Michael Gongh '"':AFRESH. JUICY. ALL PURPOSEApples WHITE BEAUTYShortening


z Special to attend Invitation Sun., MOIL, Toes, & Wed, I
Church and Sunday School -
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Sunday School 9:45 am. WALK ON THE

t Preaching 11:00 a.m. WILD SIDE I


"k." .". 'I-'r I1t: Sunday Prayer M.Kite Thurs.Serve 7:30 7:00 p.m.p.m. starring Jane Fonda 4 LB>, BAG 39C 3 LB CAN 49c

,'- :. : Pastor, Ralph S. Morgan TIlE INTERNS

t ;: Phone: 328-2685 starring Nick Adams

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Florida's traditional beverage of moderation-light, sparkling Shed-Xo XylonTOOTHBRUSH

delicious. r Funeral Home .c

And naturally,Florida's Brewing Industry is proud of the millions t- .

of dollars it contributes to Florida's economy.Florida's : the
with
JDANS69'C pnr..haseofTWO 4-oz. lubes
5 brewers 101 beer wholesalers, and 17,000 beer retailers CHARLES HELM: 6303
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employ more than 68,000 persons with an annual payroll of PENTI-KISS TOOTH PASTEAll -
$155,000,003. Money made in Florida spent in Florida. In r Funeral Director _

Florida beer belongs...enjoy It.UNITEDJSTATESaBRS. ... .

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WORD wish to OF thank THANKSWe our many DRIVE SAFELY! BOOSTERS'Orange CALENDARSThe Park High I GI Schooling Benefits I:I NARTU Changes- I Orange Park Budget Up J

School Boosters Club calen-
friends, neighbors and acquaintances -
who have so gen- FOR THE SAFETYOF dar is now on sale accord- !Near Closing Date TrainingTwo The Orange Park Town raising taxes because of an

erously given their help to us ing to Harley H. Broom. I new major changes I Commission Tuesday night increase property valuations
in the loss of home fire. ALL : Fifteen hundred of the I ._ adopted $105,414
our by I have been announced by the a budget for brougnt about by growth. and
We are deeply grateful. calendars which indicate The last full year of schooling : Originally Korean Conflict Navy for the Naval Air Reserve I the new fiscal year beginningOct. in its share of state cigarettetax
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Mosley SCHOOL CHILDREN civic and fraternal meetingsin for Florida veterans taking veterans were eligible for 36 6-month active duty 1. The new budget is revenue.
and Brenda Mosley I the Orange Park area education or training courses months of readjustment cours- major change program.The about $23,000 higher than for I
have been printed and will under the Korean GI .Bill begins -I es but now only 17 months total military obligation reducingthe of the current year but the tax COUNTRY GARDES-
S %* %%Naj V%%%* %* *' * + be sold at $1 each. this month. i will remain before the final levy will continue
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f f fSf< foi fVi fffV f f f r f r r r *V * * the enlistee from eight to six CLUB TO MEET'
Anyone desiring to Pur- When this school year ends, j deadline when school classes
: only a half year of schoolingwill I resume this September. yea.I'Spas announced this The additional money will The Country Garden Clubof
i axine' j! chase one or more of the
5 week at the Jacksonville Naval be used to improve drainage Doctors Inlet will have its
still be
I C' 'i calendars should contact obtainable under I To be eligible for such readjustment -
any high school senior. Pro- { the program. Courses starting education or train- Air Reserve Training Unit.A within the city and for paving first fall meeting on Sept. .26
*** I in September 1964, must I ing veterans must have had second change is that nowa about 2,000 feet of streets. at the home of Mrs.: A. E.
'mItiS anb {JUrai! (lift ceeds will be used by the
Itoppc : i come to close active technical training school is Building Commissioner Herbert Hendrix.
senior class in its annual a on January 31, service at any time between -
June 27, 1950; and Jan- guaranteed to each enlistee in Morris said the paving George M. Owens. Jr.. assist-
.. spring trip to Washington.DOG
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i AnnouncingAVhite- >:;-1 I 1965.Congress has set this cut- uary 31, 1955. They also must|I the program. will be based on a traffic survey ant County agricultural extension -
; off date for the Korean readjustment have served at least 90 days The 6-month program is offered to be taken at a later agent will speak on
:3;: Elephant Commission Table :;;:;: OWNERS BEWARE date.
iI .. I program of education and entered training within to increase the numberof "New and Exotic Plants of
New and Nearly'New ; Orange Park dog owners I petty officers trained in avi- Florida.
and three from
training for veterans years their first The commission was able to
:;: Come in and See! :;: are warned to watch their without service-connected dis discharge from that service. ation specialty ratings. These Mrs. Stella Hager will act
I:!: (Select items welcomed for the commission table) ::.: pets because of at least abilities. The law gives men serve as aircrewmen to increase the budget without 'as co-hostess at the meeting.
no Those veterans who
: AVo .also 1:; carry- .;-.t four dog-nappings in recent ;I authority to the VA to extend active duty January 31 were, 1955 on I man existing reserve aircraft. -- -- -

V Hallmark Cards, Gift Wrapping and Party Favors :::I months. Humane Society 'these benefits beyond these must enter training'within Schools in which training is I-
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y ..I officials say the stolen dog: dates B. J, J offered under the program are
Gannon,
A Bric-a-brac Costume Jewelry officer in years from the date of their
:: ::; may have been sold to lab located in Jacksoville and at
charge, VA
: if Records if Candles : Office at Jacksonville first unconditional discharge
:highway: ::: oratories doing research i explained. I after January 31, 1955. t Memphis, Tenn.
work on such animals.HARDWARE I The requirement for the
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i; II completed the 11th grade reside -
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s The Best Is Better" We Collect : New Modles Jacksonville, and meet the

r Electric physical standards of an air- Fresh Shoulders 29c ]Ib.
L Y Oldsmobile is introducing, as 85. It too is powered by Olds- crewman.

? z, THE ad I a lower priced companion to new and somewhat bigger The program is consideredan
the Dynamic 88 and Super 88, mobile's newly developed F-I outstanding opportunity for Fresh Hams 49c lb.
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BESTS Telephone the nwe Jetstar 88, powered by weoight cast-iron Jetfire Rocket young men to receive technical
OUR Bills Oldsmobile's new 330 cubic- engine. I training and fulfill active duty

; NDS. I inch Jetfire Rocket engine "The all-new F-85, along military obligations within a
and the Jetstar I, a new
__ with the Jetstar 88. the Jetstar! minimum period of time.
sports type car in the medium I, and the 1964 Dynamic 88's, Under the new obligatedtime Nine Cent -Salet
prcie class, powered by the .
Super 83's, 98's and Starfires.; change the enlistee will
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGS popular Starfire engine it was! Wolfram added, "will give our I II spend only five and a half 9 ;
announced today by J. P. t
Get It All From customers a wider choice of years training with a SelectedAir 9c 9c 9c 9e Dc 9c "V
Wolfram, Oldsmobile's gener-I I Oldsmobiles than ever before30 Reserve squadron. The
O. B. ALL HARDWARE al manager and a vice different models in all." prior required inactive duty
FOOD KING OLEO 9
dent of General Motors. I' reserve time was seven and a :
Wolfram, addressing over ,,, ....., Lb.,
"In addition, he continued,
1922 Highway 17 Phone 264-6831 Orange Park I J200, auto writers attending half years.

"we are introducing a totally I It I Oldsmobile's 1964 National Additional, obligation free FAB --1 1 LB. BOX 9

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Press Preview H _In__ _Detroit_____.. _a>_fri-_.
at the Naval Air Reserve
"TheJetstar 88 is designed as (Limit : food order.)
your moneyby. fighting friction all the way?Then -. a, lower- priced 88 for, the up I Training Unit, Jacksonville
Keep. your enginerunning : you should-meet-RJPM Motor Oils,the deposit free and coming younger families f Naval Air Station, or by:caning US N0THnIFTY,1 1 POTATOESmore 9

S oils with the-amazing new detergent ingredient who need a fullsize car. It the unit's enlisted programs tar . .
clean withRPM I office at EVenrreen 9-7711, extension -
that slashes engine wear. Choose RPM Supreme, utilizes the full-sizen Oldsmo- 361/268. (Limit food order).

RPM Special or RPM Custom Three great high- bile body on a special 123inch BLEACH-QT
r wheelbase chassis. Its Jetfire I
MOTOR' OILS detergent oils that keep engine parts so clean, so Rocket engine is teamed wtih I I ?(limit %,. 9?

friction-free,you can save up to 1 gallon of gaso- Oldsmobile's newly developed and
famous Dynamic Super
like an engine that runs sweet and clean? One line in every 8 you buy.Get RPM Motor Oil today! Jetaway automatic transmis- i 88's as well. With their 'big FLORIDA TOMATOES 9

and oil- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) sion. 303 Can . .
that makes. the most of your gasoline 394 cubic-inch Rocket engines
'TTie Jetstars he continued, they have more performancethan
"will put the spotlight on the CAMPBELL TOMATO SOUP 9
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of J. P. Revels Ford
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Motorama. according to an

announcement made by MI .
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For five years, Mr. Taylorhas J
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to Jack Greene. L'
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served for four years in the

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Revels.was taken over by Mr. rF-:


Mr. Taylor a native of Burlington -

N. C., was a flight en- : I e.

gineer in the Marine Corps ., .
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during World War IL He par- t
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The view from the drawing rom of the new Episcopal landings ticipated in in the approximately Sohth Pacific 20 :: ;. ;

rectory overlooking: Lake Keystone. The building is sched- a
moving to
Green Cove at the ; -
uled for early completion and occupancy by the Rev. William .._ : \ # _
close of the \ \
AVorstall, rector of the church. The rectory contains three war. He entered

bedrooms two baths and a Florida room on the lower leveL the Marine Corps 22 years ago .4 w 4sa a

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Academy ExamThe
KEYSTONE CADETS TO BE I 11:00: am., Sept. 26, Thursday. ) wx -

HOST TO FIVE GROUPS I Mrs. Pater's lovely home is on
\ U. S. Coast Guard is
The Keystone Heights Cadet Nelson's Point. Mrs. ThomasJ.
reminding
high school senior
Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol Williams District IV/ Director boys of
; the Nov. 2 deadlinefor ,. *'
,f will play host to five will be paying her official T
applying for the college l :
North Florida Cadet Groupson visit to the club. The Luncheon entrance'examination board a

Oct. 4-6, at the Keystone will be in her honor. tests
which will be the basis
t t Airport for selection of cadets
at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Van Landingham of
NEWS FROM ST. WILLIAMSSt. Tallahassee
Each Squadron participating U. S. Coast Guard Academy.
Williams Church will announce the engagement of their daughter, Ann, to Myron
in the II
Group meetingis The tests will be held Dec. 7. r +t 3P
assigned a separate opera- have Forty Hours Devotions Chalker Prevatt, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs Prevatt of Key- 4> ri rY
Entrance to the Coast Guard stone Heights.The .
starting with 11:30 o'clock
tion; for example: Caroline,
Training Operation; Keystone I Mass on Sunday, Sept. 29, and Academy at New London is wedding will be on December 28, at 7:30 o'clock in
continuing through Tuesday won through nationwide com- the First Presbyterian Church of Tallahassee.The .
Heights, Food Services; Duval ,
Senior Communications and Oct. 1. Please remember the petitive examinations. Thereare bride-elect is attending Florida State University in cc I LP, n tI

Aircraft, Arlington Flight change fo Sunday Mass time no congressional appoint- Tallahassee and will continue there after her marriage.Mr. '. ) ,
Line Operations; west Jacksonville that day. ments and no geographic quO- Prevatt has served two years with the Army and "t : c

Ground Rescue; and The Altar Society will hold tas. The December examina- has attended Florida State University. He is currently em- .

San Jose. Operations.An its first meeting of the current I tions will be for the Cadet ployed by Sears-Roebuck and Company In Tallahassee.

season on Thursday evening, class which will report to the Friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony. \I1 i
estimated 160 cadets and
Sept. 26 at 8 o'clock. Father Academy next July to begin -
I 20 seniors will participate in Kelly has promised to be at the four-year course of in- : '
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Lucille Ford
School
'I the three-day affair which will every meeting. truction that leads to a Bach- High h 4 :
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programmed with training
The men of St. Williams elor of Science degree and a -
Circle ElectMrs. Mothers NamedThe '
films drill, search and rescue -
Church have worked hard insetting commission as an officer in the -ifi .
classes, and a simulated mis- : t
Coast GuardAn .
two parking lots for -
sion. Cadets will sleep in tent- James Donnell has been newly formed Clay High ', Jf r- : -St
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the available buildings. directly across the street school senior or graduate and Ford Circle of the First I meeting recently at which r s 41' #

Keytsone officers chosen to from the front of the church. must have reached his 17th, Baptist Church for the coming time the following officers cjs j( ;

be in charge of proceedingsare The other is on the side of but not his 22nd birthday on year. I were elected: Mrs. Orvis Prin- '

: Senior Officer Major Bert the church near the Recrea- July 1. Cadet candidates Annual election of officers ,gle,president; Mrs,.A..B. Cus- 1 >
"
Christoffers Cadet Capt. Dan tion Han. The'property' be- must also be u S. citizens, unmarried was held at a meeting Tuesday ter vice president; Mrs. R. P. .J 3 I
\ 'noss: to the Parish, whereasthe of good moral character .
the home of
Dodd and Cadet Capt. Mike evening at Spearman secretary and
I "SFoster will be in charge of fodd lots on the eastern side of and in excellent health. Mrs. J. R. Rivers. I I treasurer; Mrs. Ernest Par- r. .

Service, and Cadet Lieutenant Pointview Road do not. These Present enrollment at the Others named are: Mrs. duhn and Mrs. Harry Kelsey, a:

Harold Snellen and Larry 'ots are privately owned and Coast Guard Academy includes Leonard Murphy cochairman t, delegates to the Dads Club ;;;
the owners may not be pleasedin 41 cadets from Florida. Those r v:;c:it
a. -
M. J.
Carnes will be in charge of ;; Mrs. Harris sec meetings.
Personnel and Informationand having said lots used as who are interested in applyingfor retary; Mrs. H. F. Wilkes !I The purpose of this club is

communications.A narking areas. Attendants at Coast Guard cadetship can. treasurer; Mrs. Julia Owens to aid in the athletic programsof

the services are asked not to obtain complete informationand chairman the prayer com- the Junior High and Clay
CORRECTION: park on the driveway that goes application forms by writ-
mittee; Mrs Lena Mae Chapman High School. At present they
The P.-T. A. will meet this around the church.IT ing to: COAST GUARD CADET chairman of the publicityand have 22 members.,

evening at 8 o'clock, at the MIAMT 32. FLORIDA. community missions com-

cafeteria. A lot of planning PAYS (AGAIN) mittee; Mrs. Marie Chesser, t ..

has been under way in sever- Last week we made an appeal chairman of the- Children's I GCS Ladies

al meetings of the executive in behalf of Mrs. "Skeets"Glisson GCS J High Has Home committee; Mrs. Inez

board. Teachers will be in and her school cafe- Prevatt chairman of the mis- Active In Golf rK

their class rooms at 7:30 to teria Staff for a fan to use First Sock sion study committee; Mrs

I confer, with parents.Refreshments in the kitchen. The paper HopLast Rivers chairman: of the social Mrs. Richard Gordie chair-

will be served came out on Thursday but a committee; and Mrs. Vera man of the Green Cove Springs

by the new officers. lot of people don't get theirs Friday evening the Junior Gravely chairman of the pro Ladies Golf Association an- Y,
: I till Friday. By Monday morning High School had its first
committee. the officers
gram nounces following : 4
i GARDEN CLUB TO MEET :, when the lunchroom staff Sock Hop. It was a get acquainted I Mrs..R. P. Spearman secretaryand
WITH MRS. PATER arrived at school there
wasa
FOR
QUALIFY
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dance with some publicity; Mrs. Eugene
Those interested in the Garden beautiful BIG (23") fan all
students present. It is hoped GOLF TOURNAMENT Kirker treasurer; Mrs. Elliott
Club of the Lakes are set up and running to cool I
Maguire and Mrs. Vic Brooker
Members of the Green Cove -
asked to remember the initial things off! Cmdr. Ray Chancewas that these dances can be held
Men' Golfing Association tournament chairman; Mrs.
Get-Together Luncheon at the their benefactor and they for the sutdents about once a s I James C.
have until Sept. 29 to qualifyfor Damron. handicap
home of Mrs. Daniel Pater at are most grateful to him! month during the year. The the tournament scheduled I chairmen; Mrs. Calvin Wilcox,

t dances are held through the to begin the following day. Mrs. Charles Schiene. hospi- .. :< .. M' mlatn '

efforts of. a few mothers who Anyone having questions as I tality; and Mrs. David Ken- .,.,.I.,..".,.,. +'e-- --- oKt nVl.9Y9ww '''-<,
decorate, provide refreshments to qualification should contact nett. telephone chairman. >>- .-._.-::_ .. _. .;.....,. __ _---<--.++. +w _. .__
NOTHING IMPROVES OUR They plan to hold the first
R. P. or Vic
either Spearman
and chaperone the dance. All I ( .. .
=
meeting of the season on : C..M.- E..._ 'V. .5"Y
PRIVING 6E1NGt club I .
LIKE"} Brooker.
pros. ..-. ------- --- ----- 1
invited -----------------------------------
parents and teachers are Tuesday October 1st. ------------------------------------
The tournament will lead to ..._;_....ii....;;;:==_======;;-==-==
t FOLLOWED BY A I;: I
to attend.
establish the .
to
further plays : '
PATtfOLCAR! 1
L club's championship golfer. r
b Phil Stough NamedTo

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= -- --- -- y n. -aYaFRONT

M Phi Kappa Phi

s: Fr
Philip N. Stough, Green
I TO REAR:Fleettide pickup, 60 Str stake, ckastit-eab: with utility body, T30 tilt cab! mode.
,
59AlituiU'CLEANERS Cove public school teacher.
; i p : {has been named to Phi Kappa
Phi national honorary schol- A new '64 Chevrolet is a lot more truck than your money

J 3 astic fraternity at the University -

f\r [ | of. Stough Florida.Mr. .was one of 78 bought the last time. Bodies, cabs, engines, frames, suspensions

i students from the
I it:1r : Universityto all have been improved to.give value for
W Rqq. be chosen for this honor. you more ,
.'
I OPENING NEXT WEEK He received his Master's De- 5.

526 N. Orange Ave. gree in Education last month. practically the same investment. Let us bring one over to
Those elected to Phi Kappa
Next to Speed Wash Coin Laundry .I II
oe1 Phi are in the highest 10 per
show why Chevrolet's the truck to put
,cent of each graduating class: you your money on., .

and are selected from all fieldsof I

study. ...1NIr
True! And talking of cars car owners and car "Accentuate the Positive" : ;
: _" &?J/4 : !I:7
i buyers all know (or should) of the savings they can have J1 jJ Murrhee > .
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-by using a low cost Keystone State Bank auto loan. Insurance Agency

:jr Convenient too.MEMBER Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land
QUALITY TRUCKS COST LESS
i 1i With the old swimming hole nearby

I Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms. A } ;; Telephone your Chevrolet.dealer about any type of truck

Li.J: = _
See Us for your Real Estate Needs

F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

F THE FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY S. E. McKAYKeystone See: RICHARD Agent MURRHEE ROBERTS CHEVROLET


r Height ..' Phoae 473-4810 i I Phone 473-4786
2S4-3U3 Green Care '
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ELIZABETH GRONER 281-3166








_ Clay County Servicemen ( Green Cove SocialsMrs. Class Officer

Green Cove Bank Installs

MARSHALL C. RICKER had. He beat 350 other
R. C. Emerson young Ronald Behnke returned Miss Joan Dumbauld of
Marshall C. Ricker 18, soldiers crawling under
son a
this week after visiting New York City daughter of
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. barbed wire with live bullets 24-Hour DepositoryThe
relatives in New Haven, Conn.,I Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Dumbauld
Ricker of Orange Park is undergoing flying overhead. He has been
and Seattle Wash. of Pleasant Point is visiting
nine weeks basic made an acting corporal.
1 her parents for a few months. Bank of Green Cove has installed a 24hourdepository.
training at the Naval Training Young Bridges who graduatedat I
:Mrs. Gladys Phillips attend-I She returned to Green Cove .
i Center Great Lakes. HI. Clay High in 1960 and attended -
ed the American with her mother who had been This new service which will supplement the night
,.
The training includes naval, Georgia Military College -
vention at Miami Beach last visiting there for two weeks. depository will permit sealed envelope deposits to be madeat
orientation history and j at Milledgeville for a
organ year. I
week with her brother and sis I John Dumbauld. their son who any time into a burglary-resistive receiving chest.
ization; military law; seamanship .
ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Lee spent the summer in Green The keyless slot receives the envelope deposits of
? and shipboard routine; AIRMAN APPRENTICE :Wittke. Cove has acceped ta position f checking and savings accounts and similar items for
ordnance and dam-
gunnery ROBERT J. PADGETT teaching at Ribault High 1. transmission into the inside receiving chest through a
age control; sentry duty and
Robert J. Padgett airman Mr. Fred Bridges his daughter School in Jacksonville. metal chute which contains special baffle devices. These
military drill; phyiscal fitness;
swimming first aid and sur apprentice USN son of Mr. Linda Radloff of Orlando are designed to prevent withdrawal of the envelope from
ry vivalELECTRICIAN. and Mrs. William Padgett Jr., and his sons Mike Rocky and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aber the outside after the deposits have been made.

of Orange Park is attendingthe Cliff spent the week-end in'' of Ponte Gorda came the first Miss Melinda Glennan Early on the next business day the envelopes are removed -
Aviation OrdnancemanClass Lakeland Ga., as the guest of of the week for a visit from the receviing chest by two executives: and
daughter of Dr. and Mrs.T. .
SC "A" school at the Naval his father Fred L. Bridges. with Mr. Aber's aunt and uncle are held pending a personal call by the depositor when
> r Luke Glennan has been
FORREST E. BARBER i Air Technical j The Rev. and Mrs. A. W the envelopes are turned over to him intact for regular
Training Unit elected
president of the jun-
Forrest E. Barber interiorc I NAS Jacksonville. Mrs. Dorothy Doak is a pa-| Pierce ior class at Howey Academy, deposit unless he instructs the bank otherwise.

o m m u n ications electrician A graduate of the Orange tient in N. A. S. Hosoita, : Ilcwey-in-the-IIilIs. She
i second class USN son of Mr. Park High School Padgett where she underwent major Mrs Viola Williams of Crescent -I
I en- i has also been elected to the
and Mrs. C. W. Barber Jr. of surgery last week. I' City arrived last Saturday
tered the Navy
Midshipman Second Class in January J staff of the yearbook Howey OBSERVE SCHOOL CROSSINGIf'.11I1I.11
Richard C. Emerson son of Green Cove is enrolled in a 1963. for a visit with hgr son and Academy.
10-moth training! course at the Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Booth his wife Mr. and Mrs T. C
L. C. Emerson of Green Cove
Naval War College Newport returned last week fron Jamaica Williams
was a guest of the Naval Air DANNY: II. NELSON
Basic Training Command in R. I. where they spent the (j C 5 B o wing; TED 1

Danny H. Nelson 18, son of week. This trip was a prize
Pensacola for a three-day introduction
FREDERICK D. BRIDGES Mr. and Mrs George H. won by the Ford sales managers Won Lost USED VOLKSWAGENSt
to naval aviation. pard. Orange Park..is Mr. Booth is sales Untouchables: ......:. 6 2 I
He was among Naval Acad- I Frederick Dyson Bidges son i going recruit training shep-I manager for J. P. Revels Ford JUNIOR WOMAN'S 8-Balls ...............-.. 6 2 I I
emy Midshipmen who were of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. CLUB NEWSMrs.
... ..
Naval Training Center Great Professors ...... 6 2 SpringMOTORS
given an extensive tour of the'';Bridges of Green Cove is tak- Lakes HI. Motorama. Robert Mitchell and Jokers ........;........... 4 4

I School of Aviation Medicine I i ing basic training with the The nine-week indoctrination Mrs. Jack Saam attended the Magnolia ................ 3 5
the survival -i Mr. and Mrs. Wallace G.
exhibit and simulated Army at Ft. Gordon. He re- ....... ....
.... .
I includes instruction indiscipline opening tea given by the Jack- Drivers -- 3 5
Robinson and their son. David
flight training devices. { ports that he has developed
a
I ............ SERVICE
I I military law seamanship of Nashville were the guests sonville Beaches Junior Wo- Kingfishers .3 5
;i talen he did not suspect he ............
damage control last week of Miss Connie Chapman man's Club last Saturday as Champions 1 7 -v
physical conditioning swim- While here they also representatives of the Green A 2/3 single and a 524 three- FOR
-
I ming and survival first aid spent a week camping at Ft Cove Club.Yesterday. some by Eldon Heath led the '

i and other basic naval subjects.RSUMGE Clinch, Fernandina:: Beach. Mrs. Saam attended Untouchables to a four game : VOLKSWAGENAUTOMOBILE0
FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS! the presidents' Council sweep over the Champions.Fred .

Word has been received that meeting which was held Krantz rolled a 520 for

II I I Kenneth C. Bennett was pro- at the home of the district the 8-Balls. Bart Christian's

\ moted on Monday. Sept. 16th director Mrs. George Thorp. 438 including a 190 single was
\ \ to Shipfitter Chief. He is stationed Jacksonville Beach. high for the women. 2849209U.

aboard the U. S. S. Intrepid S. HWY. 17 NORTH

J: Slater Smith SALEB. CVS-11 out of Norfolk.Mr. CHURCH MTICE 100 Yards North of Governor Creek

P. 0.- Does Bennett's wife (the for- ,Fashion Show Will

Saturday Sept. 21st mer Floyce Chapman) and two Highlight GCS Junior CHRISTIAN SC1EXCK

I 8 A. M. Patio VIA sons. Kenny & Joe live in I I Woman's Club Reception SOCIETY i
Green Cove. The First Presbyterian Church
Insurance AgencyFIREAUTOBONDSMARINE Cor. E. Houston St. A
: I The Green Cove Springs N.. Magnolia Ave

Junior Woman's Club will givea GREEN: COVE SPRINGS Magnolia Ave. at Gum

Cities Service Center I reception in honor of the FLORID Green Cove
V. I. A. Woman's Club on Services held Sundayat

i Thursday September 19th. 11 a.m.Subject .
.
I UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT There will be a business : J S MornIng: Worship 11 o'clock

; meeting at 7:33:>> o'clock which
MATTER Church School 9:45 o'clock
will be followed by a reception.At .
approximately 8:30: o'clocka Sept. 22ndA VISITORS WELCOMEOrange

Owner-Operator JACK GREENE fashion show will be presented cordial invitation is extended

entiled "Autumn Leaves to attend our Rervf'p"

720 North Orange Ave Green Cove Springs from Jean Jowers Scrapbook", -------
23 North Orange Avenue Green Cove Springs "
and will feature "Mr. Scootch.
Phone 284-9202 I

I i- II I
I ELLIOTT WINS
r PRESIDENCY OF JR. Ave Motors

IT'S DODGE'S 50th ANNIVERSARY II i II. STUDENT COUNCIL ,

I
In a hotly contested election

I at the Green Cove Junior High I i>-:..:-: :-:-:-:-:-:-:.:-:-: :-:-:--.-: : : :-:-:-: : :-:

School last week Michael Elliott .

I was elected president of Bob Zellner
: the Student Council. Running

I against him were Sharon Mc- II

i 4s.j I Cormick and Brenda Michaud.

The vice president, chosen Bill Shepherd
,
yvwti2 d i from the seventh grade was!

iI Debbie Hamel. Campaigningfor

I this post from the seventh Jess Hellard '

I grade were Ann Arants Josephine .. :.
'
Bryant Jo Hicks Lyn- \:-

Oh it's '64 I da Kenney. Richard Koza, ..H1 1 1 1 1': r'H-''''''''''''.-++-'''''.-HHH : 1 1 : : 1 1 1 : S SHP.......-+
boy, D-day..the Dependables are on display Patsy Paterson, Janice Snell- .

grove. Cliff Temple and An-
SEE'64 DODGE,the low-price ear that doesn't look or feel like one. nHC. OEFBNOWLE*, ttM/stjM-uiLL WWWAKTTOej. == .b, nettee Williams. COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE '..
*rin ff 10,001.+ vmcMMT caem r+t.a..1.ce nn W.q
Handsome exterior, roomy interior, and a husky performance. Yet "frjr::::..f.:::-',.,.- ir iSr- SSS: fSTM5STl?wws !,.. .. '.
priced with Ford and Chevy. The low-price field will never be the =C:1.-= :="-:.= ,nr aid*mt Atoraitid..mt.ntt W.::| '
that the'64 is here.And '64 built *''.'1"' "'"- ..d .-'""""
same,now with
Dodge as every car wow_, .:;wrorw.. ,r=:w n1..m. 1.a..rw.. ,.
by Dodge,you get the extra bonus of a 5-year jSOOQO-mile warranty.! oi Ir*r=Tii::.=::..--.m*m.nti BM 11 Mf k ortty 0)naft*I 0s1 n.ue0 w : T1A STANDARDOIL .... .



hearing aids : \, ',:'0'

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to fit everyhearing J. '
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lossi4tateo STANDARD OIL 'PRODUCTS .

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TRY '64 COMPACT DODGE DART the compact in the DRIVE BIG DODGE 880 FOR'64,the quiet thoughtful step 1 EXPERT GEN REPAIRS & OVERHAUL ,

large economy size.Family-sized,family-priced.Few compacts above the low-price field. Big room. Big ride. Big luxury. \

cost less than Dart Not one gives so much for the money. Big power. Dodge 880 is big in everything but price. q. BODY AND FENDER WORK :'


Thomas V. Dock Jr.
COMPLETE PAINT JOBS
V** A Laboratory Trained

Ga Aid Consultant
Dodge 'B4. ** Hearing
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.oooec) MASON W CHRYSLER 1118UOIIf"IIMII_ E'x,,'; ._ .:1>_ i ir MAl CO HEARING :: We Welcome You ;,

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Golden Anniversary is your golden opportunity!' :. :::<" :- :.. '; .. l SERVICEJacksonville -
: ; CORNER OF ORANGE & FERRIS ;
,.7.1-:: Come in and see The Dependables! --L .;-. l- : .:-' ,.J, Ffcu, will rive 1'
# FREE hearing tests and dem- .
,
:_ : t onstrations''" Friday Sept. ,:20thBRADLEY'S : PHONE 284-3341

SEE THE BOB HOPE SHOW", NBC-TV. CHECK YOUR LOCAL LISTING.- at

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DRUGGreen .;."f,,
Green Cove SpringsL.
BESELER MOTORS 429 N. Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Fla. Cove Sprints Fla

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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE: GCS GARDEN CLUBS
I County Commissioners'Minutes
IN- THE CIRCUIT corivr OF PLAN JOINT MEETINGThe
IX THE COURT OF THECOIATY THE FOURTH JUDICIAL: CIRCUIT -
.II:DG It. CLAY IX AND FOR CLAY
COUNTY FLORIDA, COUNTY FLORID Green Cove Springs
IX PROBATE. IX CHANCERY.:
IX RE: ESTATE OF Xe. .... Garden Club will hold a joint
HERMAN E. REED. Deceased. JOHN C BIRD.
1 I i It NOTICE: TO CREDITORS Plaintiff meeting on Saturday. September -
To All Creditors and Persons
Having Claims or Demands EDNA B. SINGLET TS. et aL. 21st at 1:30 o'clock at the (Continued from Page 8)
Against Said Estate
: DefendantsNOTICE
Court House Annex. Dr. Demcoof
You and each of you are here OF SPIT
by notified and required to pre- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Murrhee: and carried, the bills were approved and Warrants
Fla. win
sent claims and demands EDNA B. SINGLEY Altoona speak on
and
any
I 1 I I ordered drawn
.. in payment of as will Warrant
same by
appear
which you or either of you may W. NORMAN SINGLEY,
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS ,CAREY'S TRADING POST have against the estate of Her her husband; ADELAIDE S. experimental work on trees i Lists numbered 324, 324-A, 324-B and 324-C. which lists are
man E. Reed deceased, late of YOST and ROBERT L. .
said County. to the County POST her husband; all persons that he is doing. hereby adopted as a part of these minutes, as much so as if set

RALPH F F. WE BUY SELL TRADE Judge of Clay County Florida claiming any right title. inter- The hostesses will be Mrs. out in full herein.
INLET MARINA at his office in the court houseof est or estate in or lien upon
Three locations: said County at Green Cove the: real property described Mac Carley and Mrs. Emory Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner
15 E. Palmer Ph. 284-3280 Springs Florida within six cal- herein or any part thereof, by,
MILBERGEROrange :MERCURY & JOHNSONENGINES SU endar months! from the time of through under or against any Cooper of the Founders Circlead Green, and carried, the Board adjourned to meet again in

Warehouse & anti ues-old the first publication of this no- of the above named persons; and regular session on the second Monday of October that being
tice. Two copies of each claimor all parties having or claimingto from the Hibiscus Circle
& Ferris Street Gym Bldg., S. Orange Ave. demand shall be In writingand have the right, title or inter- the 14th day. of October. 1963 at 9:00 o'clock A. M.
CROSBY BOATS shall!' state the place of resi- est in the property' herein described Mrs. Dunnavant and
George
(next to bus station) '"BIG TOP" tentBlandingBlvd. dence and post office address of ; Luther Wilson Chairman
EE-ZY TRAILERS the claimant and shall be swornto Defendants Greetings: Mrs. Joseph Cooper. Attest: George L. Carlisle ClerkSPECIAL
REFRIGERATIONAND & at Ridgewood : by the claimant his agent You are hereby notified thata
SALES SERVICE his attorney and accompanied bya proceeding to quiet title has It is hoped that all memberswill
OUTBOARD REPAIR Furniture and appliances at filing fee of one dollar and been brought in the Circuit
AIR CONDITIONINGService such claiam or demand not so Court for Clay County, Florida plan to attend. MEETING
Hwy. 17 Orange Park bargain prices 8tfc filed shall be void. against all persons claiming any Wednesday, September 11, 1963
Is I Opal :M. Reed estate right title or interest in
Home Phone 284-978O Phone CO 4-9835 As executor of the Last Will or lien upon the following described 7:30 o'clock P. M.
and Testament of Herman E. in
real property, situate
Business Phone 284-9581 HAIRCUTS Reed deceased.Pub. Clay County. Florida, to wit: The Board of County Commissioners met in Special sessionin

Sept. 5, 12 19 and 26. 1963 the Farm LAWRENCE Thirty-nine DEVELOPING C39): of- Carol Ann Spearman the County Commissioners meeting room on the above time

INSURANCE We give COMPANY'S Subdivi- Heads GCS RainbowCarol and date.

"FirstHaircut"Certificates LEGAL OTICEXOTICE sion Book as 2. page recorded 18 of the in Pub-Plat The Chaiman called the meeting to order and advised the

AGIN'S lic Records, of Clay County.Florida Ann Spearman was installed members that the meeting was called to consider a letter as received -

RefrigerationAnd and you are hereby required to as Worthy Advisor of from J. P. Revels Ford Motorama, Inc., whereby Revels

+ Air Due to a Special Election to your file with answer the Clerk to .said of said suit Court and the Order of Rainbow for Ford Company withdrew its bid of September 9, 1963 on eight

f ALL HAIRCUTS-SI.00 be held November 5. 1963 the serve a copy thereof upon thePlaintiff's Girls Green Cove Springs As- dump trucks as advertised for. Other members present were

ConditioningSERVICE SEE ,ACCIDf r t registration books w ill be and address attorney Is: J. C.whose Sapp name At- sembly No. 77, last Saturday Louis L. Huntley District No. 2, Marvin Green District No. 3,

1Z Orange Park Barber Shop closed October 5. 1963. The torney at Law P. O. Box 446. O. J. Murrhee
Green Cove Springs. Florida on evening at 7:30 at the Masonic District No. 4 and H. E. Moody. District No. 5.

Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Books will re-open November or before the llth day of October After a discussion on the matter, motion was made by

Chrysler Airtemp Sales same location for over 15 years 11 tho estate, 1963 right; therein, title setting or Interest up the in. Hall.The Commissioner Moody seconded by Commissioner Green, and

Authorized Philco 4Z L. E. Wilson or lien upon the above described installing officers were: carried, to bid withdrawal
3y KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 property claimed by you. Herein Installing Officer Dorothy approve of J. P. Revels Ford Motor-
Service Supervisor of RegistrationLEGAL fail not.,or default judgmentwill ama, Inc.
be entered Ann Blackmon Past Worthy
against you.
Day Phone 284-3680 WITNESS my hand and the Motion by Commissioner Huntley to purchase four Ford
Advisor
SIGN PAINTINGQUALITY Installing Marshal
;
seal said Court this 3rd day
Night 2843492S. of Dump trucks from Lynch-Davidson
per record bid of September -
NOTICE of September 1963. Leslie Rowe Past Worthy Ad-
Palmetto GEORGE L. CARLISLE 9. 1963. Commissioner Huntley stated that the Chevroletwas
As Clerk of the above visor and Grand Musician;
Green Cove Springs E. BRADFORD PYKE NOTICE OF APPLICATION styled Court., Installing Chaplain Linda rated at 19.000 pounds on rear axle while the Ford was
By E.ort ill ee Ridley. rated at 15.000 pounds. Also the
FOR TAX DEED Chevrolet was rated at 185
Rt. 2. Box 47 Sec. IM.16 F. S. Deputy Clerk Cooper, Past Worthy Advisor;
S, 12. 19 and 26. 1963 Horse Power while the Ford
SIGN PAINTIING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Sept. Installing Recorder Judy was rated at 160 Horse Power.
UPHOLSTERING Green Cove Springs that Clay County Development These factors were considered in having a split bid for cost
Company the holder of the fol- Jones, Past Worthy Advisor;
Phone 284-3859 LEE WARNER lowing certificates has filed said LEGAL NOTICE comparison between models. Motion was seconded by Com-
certificates for a tax deed to be Installing Musician Mrs. Les-
Distance Call Collect missioner Green, voting for were Commissioners Huntley. Green.
FREE ESTIMATESALL If Long 305 GlendeningRoad issued thereon. Toe certificate ter Rowe. Past Mother Advisor. -
Orange Park, Fla. numbers and year; ? of issuance NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Murrhee and Wilson against was Commissioner Moody.
tse description; pf the property TAX DEED ,4'A,. _* _
WORK GUARANTEED
Motion
Phone 264-6316 and the !name in which it was See. 14.16 F. S. by Commissioner Moody seconded by Commissioner

ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY aMM3 Cntltle.are.* No.as! follows 67 : NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, In addition to Miss Spear- Huntley and carried, to adjourn and meet again on October 14,

UPHOLSTERINGBAXLEY'S Year of Issuance June 1, 1961 Company that Clay the County holder Development of the following man the following officers were 1963, at 9:00 o'clock A. M ..,-'. I. _'"
PAUL'SAll Description of Property:
Lot 16 Green Cove Gardens, certificates has .rta be installed: Worthy associate ""* Luther Wilson Chairman
Certificates for a tax
Archie PadgettOn gectivn ? Township' 6 Range. Issued thereon. The certificate Advisor Ann Loftin; Charity, Attest: George L. Carlisle ClerkSPECIAL
25 I of issuance,
Kingsley Ave., Just Legal Beverages TRIM SHOP Name in which assessed: the numbers description and years of the property Brenda Tyre; Hope, Janis Es- I .1"y

Christian Larsen ana th* names in which It was chuk Faith Wendy Jensen .. !
East of Hwy. 17 Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. All of said property being in assessed .rll *. follow.: ; ; MEETING ...4( *
Complete Auto & Furniture the County of Clay. State of Certificate Dior 35 Chaplain Sara Page Long; *
Florida. Friday, September 13, 1963 3
Ph. No. COngress 49213Oran&'e Duval County Line Year of Issuaflfi JUfiS I. Uit9. Y
Unless such certificate drill leader, Janet Spearman; *
or certificates -
Park, Fla. Upholstering Description of Property: 7:30 o'clock P. M. *

North of Orange Park 1400 W. Idlewild Ave. to shall law be the redeemed property according described -- Lot Section 17 Green 3 Township Cove 6 Gardens Range Love, Joanne Swanson; Na- The Board of County Commissioners met in Special sessionin

Ph. 284-3505 certificates in will such be certificate sold to the or 25Name in which assessed: ture, Jennifer Hamlin; Immortality the County Commissioners meeting room, on the above time

Cove Cove Springs Florida highest bidder at the court E. C. Foote Pat Bryan: Fidel- and date.

ELECTRICALAtlas MOTELS Free Estimates house in Month door of on October.the first 1963.:Monday whichis the All County of said of property Clay. State being of In ity, Betsy Groner; Patriotism, The Chairman stated the meeting was called to further

the 7th day of October. 1963. Florida. Carol Ann Jones; Service Lo- discuss the purchase of four dump trucks as the Clerk had
Free Pick-up and DeliveryHandle Dated this 3rd day of Septem Unless such certificate or cer- received -
Electrical & Mechanical ber. 1963. tlficatea shall be redeemed according retta Norris; Confidential Observer a telegram from Lynch-Davidson Motors. Inc.. with-
MARINA MOTELAPTS. Any and All of Your GEORGE L. CARLISLE to law the property de- Barrie Outer
CompanyWe Upholstery Needs! Clerk of Circuit Court of scribed in such certificate or Sharrie ; drawing their bid as presented to the Board of County Com

Clay County. Florida. certificates will be sold to thehig'best Observer Kitty Harris; Musician missioners on Monday, September 9, 1963.
Seput. 5, 12. 19. and 26. 1963
HAROLD BAXLEY bidder at the courthouse
do all types of electrical Cynthia Harris; Choir Other members present Louis L.
FOR RENT door on the first Mondayin were Huntley. DistrictNo.

wiring. Owner EDWIN& Upholsterer BAXLEY- 21 yrs.i LEGAL NOTICE the Month 7th of day October.of October.1963. whichis 1963. Director Lynda Kenney. Re- 2, Marvin Green, District No. 3, O. J. Murrhee, District No.

By Week or MonthU. I Dated this 3rd day of September corder is Leslie Rowe; Treas- 4 and H. E. Moody District No. 5.
RAY SHIP Son and Upholsterer 4 yrs. 1963.
S. 17 North LEGALNOTICE GEORGE I* CARLISLE urer is Judy Jones. After a further discussion motion was made by Commissioner -
Owner and Manager E. A. HUMMELUpholsterer Clerk of Circuit Court of
PHONE 284-3605 6 yrs. REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION: : NAME TO Clay County Florida. Choir members installed Huntley seconded by Commissioner Green and carried

Phone 284-9228 Notke is hereby given that Sept. 5, 12. 19. 26. 1963 Ann Blackmon Linda Cooper to- accept the withdrawal Lynch-Davidson Motors bid.

the undersigned of chapter under 865.09 the> Law provisions were: Kathy Kenney Dorothy At this time Commissioner Huntley presented a letter from

of Florida Acts of 1957. will reg- LEGAL NOTICE t Dennise Jones Cheryl Hutch- International Harvester Company stating, that they would


I [C lJk\ts S111 FBI 11 IE 1 D721> !"I8> ] I ister cuit ty. State Court with of proof of In the and Florida Clerk of for publication of Clay upon the Coun Cir-receipt of-. IX AND THE FOR CIRCUIT CLAY COURT COUNTY,IX ings Newell Christel Bonnie Milburger Bryan Nan and trucks accept bid as advertised to furnish in the bid Board opening of County of September Commissloers 9, 1963.tour


I this notice the Fictitious name FLORIDA. IN. CHANCERY.NO. Judith LeClaire. Motion by Commissioner Huntley. seconded by CommissionerGreen
3673
of TWIN REALTY THE WILLJAMSBURGH There was a reception imme- and carried to purchase four new International Model

Signed Wilda T. Russell SAVINGS BANK diately following the installa- No. 1600 dump trucks from the Internatinoal Harvester Com-
Hilda T. Neth a banking
-- Sept. 12. 19. 26. & Oct. 3. 1963 corporation.Plaintiff.. tion. pany as advertised for in the amount of 1153272.

vs. Motion, by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner
J. W. PORTER and
FOR SALE 4 bedroom THOUSANDS of
2- women are
Unfurnished
FOR RENT
: LEGAL NOTICE GLADYS D. PORTER Murrhee. and carried, the Board adjourned to meet again in
house Elsie Street Hill- ADDING as much as $30.00a his wife.
Defendants. regular session on October 14, 1963. at 9:00: o'clock A. M.
bedroom house with kitchen
top Section call 2843860. WEEK to the F AlfiLYINCOl1E OFFICIAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SUIT

25-tfc furnished or unfurnished; $50 as our represent TIMBER SALE Extem..l.Bf THE STATE OF FLORIDATO 'CLASSIFIED Luther Wilson Chairman
time limit fer bid date, : GLADYS D. PORTER Attest: George L. Carlisle. Clerk
2-bed-
monthly. Furnished ATIVES. We train yon to Commercial pine and hardwoods residence and address

room house $60 monthly. Call scattered throughout approxi- unknown:
FOR SALE: 4 Room House, 2 start earning at once and mately 6000 acres Canal right- You are hertby notified that a TRACTOR WORK Mowing
GCS 2843249. 9-12 c suit has been filed against ylou ,
provide an established Avon of-way In Put n.a m County.
bedrooms. Reasonable cash
Sealed bids by 4:30 P. M.. Monday and J'V.. Porter In the above Late Summer Delight
price NOW before prices go up territory. Call Mrs. Burns, 14 October 1963. For detailed entitled cause; and that you are grading, and discing. Quality
information contact Flor- hereby required to file your an-
in Green Cove. Call GCS !FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom Green Cove, 284-3871. ida Canal Authority. 803 Ros- swer with the Clerk of this work. Cotract or hourly.
9-19 c selle Street. Jacksonville 4. Flor- Court and to serve a copy Choco Custard Parfait
2844601.
9-5,12, 19,26-p ; house, newly painted inside and ida. EL 60405." thereof upon the Plaintiff's attorney.s. Phone G.V.. "Bill" Smith,
whose name and ad-
Sept. 12. 19. 26. 1963
I out, r reasonable large yard, ap- dress is: 284-3419, daytime, or 284-3249,
Freeman. Richardson & Watson
FOR SALE Piano
good
pliances turnished. Call Penney ATTENTION WOMEN: 711 Barnett Bank Building after 6. 9-19, 26, 10-3 10-c
LEGAL NOTICE
condition. $300 cash. Call Farms. 5298211. 20tfc Jacksonville 2. Florida
not later than October 7. A. D..
284-3829. Mr. P. English, Rt. WITHOUT any experienceyou 1963.

2. GCS, Fla. 9-5 c can earn money for IX THE CIRCUIT: COCR.T OF If you fail to do so. Decree
THE FOIRTII JIDICIAL CIR- Pro Confesso will be entered
FOR RENT: Warehouse approximately your Christmas shopping by ClIT OF .'LORIIX AM: against you for the relief demanded LEGAL NOTICEThe
FOR CLAY COIXT1.: I in the Complaint.The .
FOR SALE Beef and pork, 35' x 12'. $20.00 a selling Avon Cosmetics and CHANCERY.: : nature of said suit being
I toiletries in vicinity. NO. .. for the foreclosure of Mortgage Board of County Commissioners -
by the half or whole; or willslau&htu month. Phone 284-3963. your IN RE: PETITION OF ARTHUR encumbering the property and of Clay County. Green

chill and cut 9-5 c Call Mrs. Burns Green Cove E. HALL for adoption of premises located In Clay County :: Cove Springs Florida/ will receive I--
yours. 1
284-3871. 9-2C his step-daughter Florida, described as follows bids in the office of the : ar : st
Leroy Wilson, phone Green c SHIRLEY. MARIE : Clerk of the Circuit Court until
RANDOLPH.NOTICE. LOT 33. BLOCK 5, BELLAIR 9:00 o'clock A. M., October 14, 4
Cove 2844557. 9-12 19 c : UNIT NO. 1. according to 1963 for a (1) one ton Step Van x
FOR RENT-2 bedroom houseon TO: VELBERT RANDOLPH. plat thereof recorded in Plat type body truck.
MALE OR FEMALE-wanted Residence UNKNOWNYou Book 6. page 26 and 27, pub- Bid Specifications may be obtained -
Convenient to
FOR SALE: (Colored) Three large lot. are hereby notified that lic records of Clay County. from the Clerk of the Cir- 'issnsrV
school and church. Stove the above named Petitioner. Florida. cuit Court of Clay County. Flor-
bedroom frame house 703 to do houseto-house canvass ARTHUR E. HALL has tiled a AND ALSO the following described -
furnished. Phone 2844244.912tfcc. In the above- tyled Items of equipmentnow ida.The I
two petition Board of County Commissioners l
hours WriteP.
Mills Street. Small down one or a day.
pay- court for the adoption of the I located in or upon the of Clay County reserve 3' ,ez
ment. Very small monthly O. Box 578-M. Green Cove. minor child named therein and above describtd premises. the- right to reject any and all
you are required to show cause Stewart Warner Recessed bids.
payments. For further Infor- 9-19 c why the same should not be Wall Heater J-286-69 George L. Carlisle
granted "by serving a copy of JO" Nutone 'Kitchen: Fan Cleik Circuit Court
mation call collect FRanklin written defenses if any. 10976627 .
FOR RENT OR SALE-2 bed- your Clay CountyI
6-4502. Gainesville upon SCRUBY & YONOE Attor- Quick Rec. Theem 40 gallon Sept. 19. %6. 1963 c
Fla"l room cinderblock house onlarge SHOE REPAIR EQUIPMENTand neys for Petitioner. 305 Great glass lined water heater
Ray Parkinson. 9-12. 19, % c Oak Circle. Orange Park. Florida B-3-C1 7.000w..
lot. Stove and refrigerator and by filing the original Emerson Pryne -celling LEGAL NOTICE
I furnished. Phone 284- Business For Sale $700.00 thereof with the Clerk of said heater and fan in bath 5015-
before October %5, 3002
FOR SALE: House almost new. I i 3478. 9-12. 19 p Cash 2 yr. old Pepsi Cola Court 1963: otherwise on or a decree will be 55 Gallon Oil Tank on Stand

2J4 miles north of town on I Box. 8 mos. old Singer Short entered against you grantingsaid WITNESS my hand and seal IX TilE COl'VTY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT OFCLAY r Y
adoption. of said Court" at Green Cove .
paved highway. Shaded lot. FOR RENT 40 foot trailer Arm Patcher, Landis Stitcher, WITNESS my hand and the Springs. Clay County. Florida IX CHANCERYNO.. .
: seal of said: court at Green Cove this 3rd day of September. A. D. 3701 -
Quiet. Two bedrooms, hard-I FInisher Material and Fin- MORRIS JOE DIMSDALE.
with two rooms added. Completely Springs. Florida this 12th day 1963. ,f .:-
,
wood floors. Adequate down I ished Inventories with Hand of September. 1963. GEORGE I* CARLISLE Plaintiff *
furnished. On large GEORGE iU CARLISLE Clerk of Circuit Court FRADY -
Phone 2846666. I Tools etc. P. O. Box 479 Court SARA DIMSDALE.
payment. I lot. Call Clerk of the Circuit Clay County FloridaBy
after 5 284- 4
p. m. By Vivian H. Sohm Vivien H.,Sohm. DefendantXOTICE ,
9-12 tfc Starke Florida. 9-19 c OF SLIT
3730. 9-12 19 I Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk -, '
c ;:
,
I Sept. 19. 26. Oct. 3, 10, 1963 Sept. 5. 1%. 19 and 26. 'U. THE STATE OF FLORIDArTO.Sara '" -
.
I 1 11-9-L.--'t.----. "------9-L... "....!._,,------.: . . . .. . . ', ._.u. 219 Franklin Frady Dimsdale Strett '-
FOR SALE: Country Living: i 'r: : : : : : t:6.1. r..aa. v v v v v'i-rrr "
Forest City. North Carolina
8
LEGAL NOTICE:
2-plus acres; 3 Ige. bedrooms; YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED :: .. ,, ./ .
---/
iI AREA |iI that a suit has been filed
BUSINESS
2U baths; I lit. paneled extras.I living I DIRECTORY FICTITIOUS NAME STATUrE cause against and you you In the are above hereby entitled required So pretty! So light! So easy to make ahead of time! "Choco

room and many other -.........'+ : : AFFIDAVIT to serve upon plaintiff's Custard Parfait" is a simple old-fashioned custard poured over
I ++++ : I : : : : 1 : 1111111111 : 1111 : -+H-H- : : : rrrHrHH
Low down payment; balance AUTO SAFETY SERVICE attorney whose name and address pieces of cream-filled chocolate cookies in parfait glasses. (Your
STATE' OF FLORIDA appear hereon your writ- stemmed water goblets can make lovely serving dishes, also.)
Includes 6% in
$150 mothly FURNITURE: COUNTY OF DUVALOn ten defen es. If any to the bill
DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT
I with red then until
to
Top a pert cherry, refrigerate ready serve
this
personally
day of
Interested parties must ; I appeared of complaint In said suit copy
terest. before me. an officer which is delivered to you herewith and you have a dainty dessert that's a refreshingly cool finale
see. Shown only by appoint AIR BASE FURNITURE CO. duly Authorized to administer on or before October 21, for any warm weather meal. Here's the easy way to make it;
EASTERUNG PHARMACY AMERICAN oaths. Joel B. Brown and Frank A. D. 1963.Herein .
ment. GCS area. Call Swaf- Fine Furniture F. Brown who being dust duly fail not or decree pro Choco Custard Parfait

Inc. Jax FL Carpeting Appliance OFFICE SUPPLY CO. worn, depose and say: confesso will be entered against
ford Agency, Reliable Prescription Service The name of all the persons yon tfor the relief prayed in the 2 eggs % teaspoon almond
97717. 9-19.26, 10-5.12 p Complete Home Furnishings Interested In the business con- bill of complaint. V cup sugar extract
5053 Roosevelt Blvd. Complete Cosmetic Dept. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner ducted under the foregoing fictitious THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT 1 tablespoon flour 12 Sunshine Hydrox
name and the extent of BEING FOR DIVORCE.
FOUND Ladles'Vatch in Jacksonville EV 7-4S19 the Interest of each of them in WITNESS my hand and the 1/16 teaspoon salt cookies

lobby of Bank of Green Cove Cameras FilmsPharmaceutical Specialists in aid business U as follows: *ealof said Court at Green 1V4 cups scalded milk: Maraschino cherries

Springs. Finder call at Bankto TRAILERS Office Supplies and JOEL Name B. BROWN Interest 51% Cove 17th day Springs of September Florida,A.this D. Beat eggs well; stir in sugar wen mixed with flour and salt.

Needs FRANK F. BROWN 49% 1913. Add scalded milk slowly stirring constantly. Cook in top of double
Identify. 9-12 p Pacemakers and PeerlessAir Office Equipment Sworn to and subscribed be- GEORGE U CARLISLE. boiler. over hot (not boiling) water stirring constantly until

Stream for Travel Sundries fore me. 19 this llth day of September Clerk Circuit Court mixture is thick and satiny. Remove from heat, cool a bit and
3. Vivian H. Sohm
PIANO LESSONS $10 Used Trailers-Bank Financing' Complete Line of Greeting D. BYRON KINO By Deputy Clerk stir in almond extract. Coarsely break a Hydrox cookie into bottom -
per Notary Public. of Floridaat of each of four in of the custard.
State parfait glasses; pour some
2032
6017 Roosevelt B1Yd.BU"n'S BUndinz Blvd. for
month. Mrs. William P. Erwin, Cards Larger My commission expires Attorney Plaintiff Add another broken cookie around and top with sauce; repeat.,
MOBILE HOMES Inc.. Jane 13. 1911$. Bonded by Address: P. O. Box 446
$. Mas. Call 284-9571. Jacksonville EV 8-0734 National Surety Corporation. Green Cove Spring. TIa. Refrigerate until needed. Top with Maraschino cherries Accompany -
9-19 tie EV 8-8578 I 2655-57 Park St... Jacksonville Sept. 19. 2(. Oct. X. 1$ 19M C Sept.. 19. 26. Oct. 3 11. UU with whole Hydrox cookies. Yield:-4 servings.cnuv '


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Commissioners' Minutes I
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.'..vlOrange CLAY COIDGREES COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA Defense. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee seconded by Com
.. 9:00 o'clock A. M. missioner Moody, and carried, to approve this request.
Monday, September 9, 1963 Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commissioner
: The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met in Moody, and carried to approve agreement whereby the Clay
regular session in the County Commissioners' Meeting Room County School Board would pay for the cost of moving Voting
in the Courthouse on the above time and date. Machines and Printing Ballots and the Board of County Commissioners
S .' The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, Honor- would pay the cost of Clerks and Inspectors for the-
': ': able Luther E. Wilson; other members present were Louis L. Special School Board Election to be held on November 5, 1963.
: Huntley, District No. 2, Marvin Green, District No. 3, O. J. The following monthly reports and letters were read and
Murrhee, District No. 4 and H. E. Moody, District No. 5. filed as public record:
The Reverend Gordon Craig, Pastor of the First Methodist Monthly report of County Judge, re: Fines & Forfeitures.
a "r t.q11"; Church Green Cove Springs, gave the Invocation.The Monthly report of County Agent.
Park Raiders minutes of the last regular meeting of August 12, Monthly report of Assistant County Agent.
1963, were approved as read. Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent.
Bids were opened for new Dump trucks as advertised for. Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent.
The following bids were received: (1) J. P. Revels Ford Motor- Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health.
ama Inc.. Net trade 23166.00; (2) Roberts Chevrolet Net Monthly report of Florida Division of Corrections, re:
: trade 25832.00; (3) Lynch-Davidson Motors, Inc.. Net trade Inspection of Clay County Jail and SRD Camp No. 2753.
22752.00; (4) International Harvester Company, Net trade Monthly report of District Welfare Director, re: County
23065.44; (5) Tom Nehl GMC Truck Company, Net trade Indigent Fund Expenditures.
2316974. The Commission heard representatives of J. P. Letter from Clay County Library Board re: Clay County
Revels Ford Motorama Roberts Chevrolet and Tom Nehl, GMC, Commission of Clay County Library Board Members
regarding their bids. Lynch-Davidson Motors, Inc. and Inter- from District No. 2 & No. 4.
} Ap national Harvester Company had no representative present. Letter from Hon. Ralph Powers Road Board Member, re
The Chairman advised that the Board would consider the bids Location of new bridge across St. Johns River between
later on in the meeting and advise the successful bidder. Collins Road and Plummer Point.
Two bids were opened as received for Air-Condit eqquip- Letter from Florida State Road Department. District Engineer
ment for the Courtroom of the Courthouse as advertised for. re: Speed Zone studies on SR-21 and SR-15.
(1) Huntley Bros., Inc. for central heating and cooling of Court- Copy o'f letter from Clay County Zoning, re: approval of
room and Judge's Chamber, 3989.00: (2): Schneider Heatingand i plans for streets and drainage in Unit No. 5, Meadow-
'
Cooling for central eating and cooling of the Courtroom brook S/D.

and Judge's Chamber, ,388618. Mr. Agin, local representative: Letter from Hon. Tom Adams, Secretary of State re:
for Huntley Bros., Inc., appeared and discussed his bid. Mr. Chapter 63-523 Special Election of November 5, 1963
John Schneider of Jacksonville appeared and discussed his bid. Letter from Middleburg Civic Association re: Section
Commissioner Huntley stated that he had a slight interest in? Street, Middleburg, Fla.
Huntley Bros. Corporation, but he had no connection with Mr. Lee J. Weiner Right of Way Agent for the State Road
u sales of Air Condition Equipment. Mr. Agin was representativefor Department, stated that Section 71506. Long Branch Road
9 ttj the company, therefore he would withdraw from any dis- would be advertised for bids in September; Section 71580.
k tj tjk cussion or voting on this bid. The Chairman stated that the Hiram Taylor Road and Section 71580-2601 from Drs. Inlet
Board would make a discussion later in the meeting on this Post Office South in October; Section 71507-2601 studebaker-
bid and would advise the successful bidder.A Bartholf Road in November and Section 71610-2602, Randall
__ _
-------- -------- --- 1. letter from Mr. H. R. Wiegand was discussed regarding Road in December, for construction.
'
Orange Park Raiders are ready to go tomorrow Ken Lee. purchase of County property Lot 9, Block 31, Lake Geneva.Mr. Commissioner Murrhee requested the Clerk to write Mr.
night in their first game of the season when they meet theP. Third row: Bill Midgett, Jerry Quigley Morris Weaver, Wiegand stated that he had recently purchased the adjoinlot Powers Road Board Member and request that the Florida
K. Yonge High, of Gainesville, at 8 o'clock at the Hoyt Mike Drane, Coy Kennedy, Don Foulk, John:Bannister and for $75.00. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by State Road Department repair exit roads or driveways which
Cotney stadium. ._ __ Rodney Frisbee. Commissioner Green, and carried to accept $75.00 for this lot lead from SR-100 in Keystone-Lake Geneva area. Commis-
subject to legality of sale checked by the County Attorney. If sioner Murrhee stated a number of these residents felt that the
y Members of the team, shown above, L to r., are: Fourth row: Lee Schlomer, Bill ,Early, Troy Crawford, not legal to sell the lot would have to be advertised and sold Board of County Commissioners were responsible for repairs
Bottom row: Tommy Roberson, manager; Coach Bill J. P. Tynes, Alan Albritton, George Reams, 'Danny Spivey per Section 194.55. but these complaints were located on Florida State Road Rightof
Bell, Coach Pope Griffin, Head Coach Larry Wesley, Coach and Rick Liner. Mr. Don Champion, Farm Forester, Bradford and Clay Way and the County has no authority on these requests. A

Carl Duncan and Manager Philip Hansen. Top row: Mike Bertolani, Dave McCaffity, Doyce Sewell, Counties, appeared and discussed his Annual Report. Mr. progress report from the Florida State Road Department was
Second row: John Gales, Wailey Cunagin, Billy Lytle, Jud Wilhelm, Mike Harrison, Art Barthlow) Richard Broom Champion also advised that' House Bill No. 300 was recently also requested regarding the rebuilding of SR-100 which was
Erie Hansen, Jim Booth, Hugh Cotney, Harry Roberts, and and Ronald Manning. passed in the Legislature and that a new contract was neces- promised several months ago. A copy of this request to be sent
sary, which Mr. Champion presented at this time. After a discussion to Mr. Bert Christoffer. Commissioner Wilson stated that SRD
motion was made by Commissioner Green, seconded by i officials had also advised that SR-17 from Green Cove Springs
Green Cove Blue Devils ,
I Commissioner Huntley, and carried to approve same. to Orange Park would be resurfaced. This project is also in-
Mr. Floyd Gnann advised that the Orange Park Junior complete. Commissioner Green stated SR-21 was in bad con-
Chamber of Commerce was meeting Thursday, September 12, dition also. The Clerk was advised to request officials of the
1963 and had offered their support to the Board of County Florida State Road Department to check into these conditions.The .
Commissioners, Clay County, in securing the remaining neces- Chairman advised that the time now being! 11:45: A. M.
sary right of way from SR-21 to Cecil Field area thru Brannon the meeting would recess until 1:00: o'clock P. M.
ors r Field (Duval County). Mr. Gnann also presented three rightof 1:15 P. M.
way deeds from Charles Smith and wife William E. Bynum The Chairman called the meeting to order. Other members
.
{ and wife. Albert John and wife as accepted at the last regular present were Marvin Green District No. 3, O. J. Murrhee, District -
meeting of August 12, 1963, subject to official receipt of same. No. 4 and H. E. Moody. District No. 5. Absent was Louis
The Clerk presented the Board a Plat of Meadowbrook. Huntley, District NO.2.Commissioner .
Unit No. 5 Subdivision and stated this plat has previously been Green discussed the bids as received on Air
approved by the Clay County Zoning Board. Motion by Com- I Condition equipment for Courthouse Courtroom. The Clerk
ri
missioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner Murrhee. and and Courthouse Custodian advised that Mr. Agin had serviced
# ? # ( zs3' carried to approve the Plat, subject to receiving the Original.Mr. most of the present conditioners in the courthouse since
'lati 4 + : ss rQ E. D. McCall, County Agent appeared and stated that they were installed: also, he had sold one of the conditioners
beginning the week of September 16, 1963 the complete staff to the County in the past. He had been prompt In any service
of the Clay County Extension Service would be in Gainesvillefor calls and his services were very good. After a further discussion -
meetings. Also that he would attend the National Conven- Commissioner Green stated due to the fact that
tion in Minneapolis, :Minnesota, September 22-26, 1963. as Carrier was on of the recognized leaders in the Air Condition
previously approved by the Board of County Commissioners.A field and also that a local serviceman was available for future
petition of several adjoining landowers to close and service on this product, as well as from past experience with
abandon. portion of SR No. 220 in SW/4 of Section 34-4-25 the representative's reputation, efficiency and considering cost
Clay County was presented by Commissioner Huntley. Aftera of future maintenance, he was making a motion to purchasethe
discussion, motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Carrier Central Heating and Cooling Equipment in the
Commissioner Moody, and carried, to accept Petition and request amount of 398900. as presented by Mr. Agin. Motion was
the County Attorney to proceed with this request. seconded by Commissioner Moody, and carried.Mr. .
Motion by Commissioner Green, _seconded by Commissioner I T. J. Jennings, Jr., County Attorney and member of
& v >
$ ... ... ... C. B. Canal advised the Board of the
u.--- h 3L! .---- -- Huntley and carried, to accept a 15' right of way from the Cross State Authority,
Mosley. Ivy Hatcher, Robert L. Brown on the East and also a Canal Authority meeting to be held on September 21. 22. 1963
of this Blue Devils whose will Third Eddie Taylor, Sandy Geiger, Leon Kersey,
Members year's season row: requested the Boardto
15' right of way from A. P. Wade on \Vest in EH of 26-4-24 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mr. Jennings
open Friday at Palatka, are characterized by Head Coach Jay Goolsby, Philip Nichols, Eugene Coon, Terry Carlisle of
subject to approval of County Attorney and upon receipt attend if possible.
Billy Montgomery as "about the finest bunch of boys I have and Robert MaxwelL same by the Board of County Commissioners. Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner

ever coached in nine years of high school coaching." Shown Fourth row: Ed Donnell. Thomas Gamble, Ronald Denmark Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commis- Murrhee and carried to accept the 3. R. D. appraisal of SectionNo.

above left to right, are: Charles Helm, Gary Looney, Hugh Bonds, Jr., Bobby sioner Moody, and carried, to instruct the County Road Super- 71506-2601 and Section No. 715072601.
Bottom row: Billy Rakes, Stanley Foy, Butch Novak, Williamson and Darryl Rhoden. intendent to place Road Name Markers on major County grade Commissioner Huntley arrived at this time from the 11:45
Wayne Henderson Olen Hodge, Ronald Williams Danny roads. Each County Commissioner will designate the name of
Parker and Tom Kelsey. Top row: Head Coach Billy Montgomery, ,Line Coach the roads to be named in his district. recess.Commissioner Murrhee made a motion to accept the bid
Second row: Dick Harris, Mike Maguire Lewis Taylor, Vito Capizzo: Line Coach Capers Johnson B Team Coach Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commis- of Roberts Chevrolet for eight new trucks with trade in of eight
Robert Eichorn Joe Puhl Mike Fitzin Tommy Marcy John Neely, Charles Padgett and managers Steve Loner and
coons
sioner Moody, and carried, to adopt resolution, re: Proclamation used trucks. Commissioner Murrhee stated that the County
and Hank Williams. Robert Turner. Sight-Saving Month. Road Department hadn't used any Chevrolet trucks in over

PROCLAMATION ten years. Also, that the Chevrolet trucks were heavier trucks,
Keystone Indians WHEREAS, Good vision is a precious gift bestowed by rated more horse power and rear axle load, which would over-
God and nature upon all mankind; and come the difference in cost. The motion had no second. Aftera
WHEREAS, Our eyes are windows of light through whichwe further discussion motion by Commissioner. Moody to purchase -
see and understand each other and enjoy the beauty of the eight trucks from J. P. Revels Ford Motorama. Com-
world in which we live; and missioner Huntley stated if Commissioner Moody would amendhis
WHEREAS the ruthless threat of blindness is increasing motion to purchase two Chevrolets and balance Fords, so
although at least half of all blindness is due to neglect and for that a cost comparison of operations of each truck could be
that reason is needless; and made, he would second Commissioner Moody's motion. Aftera
WHEREAS We owe it to ourselves and our loved ones to further discussion by all Board members Commissioner
recognize the wisdom of protecting vision, to join fully in the Moody amended his motion to purchase four Ford trucks fromJ.
i w : \ battle against blindness, and to learn how to take care of our P. Revels Ford Motorama with trade in the amount of
eyes and eyes of our children; 11583.00 and four Chevrolet trucks with trade in the amountof
NOW, THEREFORE, In cooperation with the National 1291400. The Commissioners realizing that the acceptedbids
Society for the Prevention of Blindness, the Florida Lions were not the lowest bidders, but due to past experience
Fae Foundation for the Blind, Inc, the Florida Council for the with local dealers regarding their efficiency and future trans-
\\L Blind and the Clay County Board of Commissioners, by virtueof portation cost for parts also were considered when purchasing
the authority vested in me as Chairman of the Clay County local equipment.
Board of Commissioners, I hereby designate September. 1963. After a further discussion regarding disposition of used
>Q as "SIGHT-SAVING MONTH" and I call upon my fellow citi- trucks to dealers J. P. Revels was to reeetve first pick of one
rf zens of this community to conserve the vital resource of good 1958 Ford Truck, two 1959 Ford trucks and one I960 Ford
1; { vision by learning the habits of good eye care, and by supporting truck. Commissioner Huntley was requested to call local
research efforts which will help all men enjoy the blessingof dealers for acceptance of this bid award.
Commissioner Huntley returned and stated that the two
aY healthy eyesight.IN
z / Y -$-- 1.k: WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand companies would accept the bid award. Also after informing
<# ., and caused to be affixed the Seal of the ,Clay County Boardof Roberts Chevrolet that their company was awarded a bid for
J- ,. : Commissioners this ninth day of September 1963. four trucks in the amount of 12914.00 Commissioner Huntleywas
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.' '."",," .;:; ,' -t- .'i' ...i 1r sLuther Wilson advised by Mr. Ferguson, manager of Roberta Chevrolet
.- ..<;:' .;:"'' .' ". .," ''' i''); \\ .... : 'oJ. Chairman Clay County Boardof that his company had just been advised from the Chevrolet

_r;".......Js.... =: ...r" .'.__ ...'f K-. ";"" .-_ _' .- County Commissioners Division Headquarters that Roberts Chevrolet could deduct
Attests/ George L. Carlisle Clerk $125.00 for each truck on their bid. Commissioer Huntley reported -
Keystone is bragging this year about its first "team in Stefan Brokas John Moon and Ray Win gate. The following Deputy Sheriff Bonds were approved and that Roberts Chevrolet would deduct $666.00 from pur-

depth" enough qualified. high school youths to keep the Third row: William; Goodyear, Lee Sutton. George AlIen signed by the Commissioners. Junior O. Mauk and Charles chase price even though the bid was already awarded to his
ball morin John Muir, Richard Mooneybam and Donald Todd. Hicks as Principals and The Fidelity and Casualty Company of company.Mr. .
Jennings County Attorney, advised the Board that
Shown above, L to r.. are: '.' Fourth row: Chester Glenn, Ernest Williams. James New York as Surety.
Commissioner in h1s'opn1 n. the Board could accept a tower bid such as this
seconded
Bottom row:, Manager Anthony Branlt. Eric Redfearn. Davie Ronnie Homer; and Marshall Pardee.. Motion by Commissioner Green by '
but not a higher bid. under these conditfeBS. The Roberts
the team's two captains: James MeMnrtry and,Gary Cooper And top row: Clifford Chapm n,'Bruce Moon, David Murrhee and carried to approve Resolution regarding S-217 Chevrolet bid be .
to $12,416.00.Motion
John Allen and Coach Roy Spradley. Schaeffer. James Thies, Doald Norris and Michael Zike. Section 71506-6601 (2601).
The Clerk requested approval of the Board to advertise for by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner
Second Elam Glisson, Thomas Bird Harold
row: Snellen
Photo by Gene Koza bids on a Clay County Rescue Truck for the Director of Civil (Cnotinued on Page 7)

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