The Clay County crescent
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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: November 21, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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County RepublicansName Health Center Contract I Clay High Turns The

OfficersBy :Held Up For Lack Of $ $ $

I Award of a contract to construct the new County Health

Carry Lancaster Center was delayed this week by the fact that the lowest of Tables On P. K. Yonge
seven bids received was greater than the available funds.
Keith Wheeler salutatorianof I ferentiate party members and The Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday delayed
the class of 1963 at Clay I devote their main effort to the awarding a contract on the handsome new structure.
High and now a student at St. "undecided" voters.
By Arthur F. Rivers II
Johns River Junior College has He announced that in Feb- Tharp Construction Co.. of Jacksonville Beach, submitteda

been named chairman of the ruary Raymond V. Humphrey low bid of $100,835.The. County has approximatey $38.700
County Republican Youth director of the Republican Na- for its construction and the Federal Government, under the Clay High's defeat-ridden Blue Devils turned the tables at

Service Organization.At tional Committee's division of Hill-Burton Act. will provide as much as $67,000 on a 60-40 their homecoming game last week and administered a stunning

its November meeting education and training, will be basis. Additionally the County has another $2,000 in the form defeat to Gainesville's undefeated P. K. Yonge High eleven.

last Sunday at the Doctors In- in the County to press the of a special gift which is available. Still another $5,000 of Of Clay High's three touchdowns Jay Goolsby 155-pound

let home of Harold Hill the party's program on the Mobil- County funds can be used but not on a matching basis. quarterback scored two. Tom Kelsey 165 pound fullback

organization named officers ization and Organization of scored the other.
I Representatives of the architect of the building, W. R. ,
and adopted a permanent con- Republican Enterprise candidate for top place
com- Gomon & Associates of Daytona Beach and of the Tharp Goolsby. a Junior, is rated as a
y stitution.Mr. monly known MORE. next is called a top
as the State's high school players year
Company are negotiating to have the Tharp bid lowered to fit J among
Hill County Republican Other officers named at the County's ability to pay. Under the Hill-Burton Act. a bid leader and ball handler
Committeeman. said the success rr
Sunday's meeting are: Charles may be accepted and negotiated as much as 5 per cent without During the first Quarter of the play Clay High scored two
of the young group most Coursey. vice chairiman; Barry asking for new bids. r touchdowns, one of them run by Goolsby the other by Kelsey.
of them college students will
Lancaster secretary; and Fred Yonge scored its only touchdown in the same period.
lie in a full discussion of the I Reynolds, treasurer. George L. Carlisle clerk to, the Board of_County, Commissioners
party local alms iri'fhe press' The next regular meeting said he tL'ought the negotiations> "could'be- completed The game got under way when Yongemen received,.the
down within three
and television and radio cov- will be at Mr. Hill's home on within a few days and that another meeting of the Commis- opening kick-off. The Yonge team made a
erage. He said district leader Dec. 8. sioners will be necessary to award the contract to Tharp. plays but they were forced to kick to the
will obtain lists of voters dif Slewing the season's best team-play In both running and!
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t blocking Goolsby scored within eight plays after receiving
punt. Kelsey kicked the extra point.

I Yonge received the kick-off and returned to their 20-yard0
11 line. After several attempts they were again forced to punt.
1 VIA Site Near Rail Station in 1893 Poses Riddle of
Gary Looney (L) carries the ball into a nest of Yonge- Once again the Clay boys took the ball. With the running
mea. In the background is Olin Hodge (No. 60)), moving to Gary Looney and Ronald Williams the ball was moved up to a

clear the way for Looney. With Ronald Williams Looney scoring position where Goolsby took it and ran for Clay's second

moved the ball to the 3-yard-line where Goolsby got it and touchdown. Kelsey kicked the extra point.A .
., :" ,. Add another question mark in the history of Green Cove. moved it into the end after to Puhl and Mike
.. ."...,\... .. zone faking Looney. strong defense led by Robert Eichorn Joe
I "'i.J. '"' An anonymous writer in 1893 described the railroad stationas Maguire held Ue Yonge team from advancing the ball until

It "' '' being surrounded by a park "fenced with the giant logs of Coach Billy Montgomery sent into play his entire second team

,'.YY' the forests and ornamented with trunks of cypresses inverted, :It was against them that Yonge made its first touchdown
t 1 so as to lAive the shape of floral fountains."
I During the second quarter a defensive game kept both
;:" An account of the City which appeared in "The Youth's I, } r teams from scoring. In the third quarter due to a fumble anda
a. ,. '''''!. Companion" on March 30, 1893 says near the station was the penalty plus some good defensive playing by Yonge, the Devils

1 ::,.'t:! headquarters of the Village Improvement Association.The I S -S were tackled for a safety. The Devils kicked off and forced
E < question is: which headquarters could this have been the Yonge team to punt.

11 .'\..ttiI i The records of the V. L A. indicate UJat a year earlier the With Stanley Foy Olen Hodge and Billy Rakes the Devils

:'': :'" organization's headquarters were located in what was called the once again cranked up their offense to score their third .
.. t V. I. A. Villa, later the home of Edward Wiggins and now owned w. i and winning touclMown in the end of the third quarter
by Robert E. Scott at 502 Magnolia Avenue. rS From start to finish the game was quite clearly a rehearsalfor
5_ Day's battle against the winning streak of
According to the records, early in 1893, Mrs. John G. Bor- r Thanksgiving :
This 1893 drawing depicts the fenced park surrounding Orange Park's Raiders.. Tomorrow night they will have a crackat
den "had another use for toe and moved the V. I. A.
Green Cove's railroad station. Appearing in the :March: 30 temporarily into the "Armory". No one in Green Cove appearsto another winning team. Starke' Bradford County High School,

I 1893 issue of "The Youth's Companion." the drawing was have any knowledge of what or where Uj "Armory" was. .. approximately twice the size of Clay High
probably an artist's conception of the park described in the The present Scott home is not near the location of any known ry yt During the fourth quarter Yonge's boys scored their second

I magazine. Only E. E. Geiger has any recollection of the railroad station The ACL station was formerly located touchdown and it appeared they were on Hair way to taking
existence of cypress trees cut off at the ground and invertedto directly across the tracks from its present site. the game in the closing minutes when a 15-yard penalty put
form vase-shaped flower holder and :Mr.: Geiger does not the ball on Clay's 20-yard line.
The writer who signed his description of the town "H. B.
recall does not conform to the writer's description ef a log It was at this point the Devils came of age. They produceda .
said "these inverted cypress trunks are set into the earth and
above does not conform to the writer's description of a log filled on the top with native evergreens and flowers." stone wall through which Yonge was unable to penetrate.
S fence. Coach Montgomery after the game paid high tribute to
Mrs. Sara Bardin Hallock. who was born In Green Cove. the. sportsmansl&p of his team. He said this week's game

t said this week she had never heard of the inverted cypresses. Jay Goolsby, 155-pound Junior running one of the two against Starke will pit his boys against one of the top teams,
Her father, who was born in Middleburg before it became the touchdowns he scored in last Friday's game Goolsby is rated In northern Florida. Starke was defeated by Palatka. 13-7,
county seat lived in Green Cove for many years prior to his I :by the Devils coaching staff as a frantrrunning quarterback which whipped the Devils 3 0. They also defeated Live Oak

death.E. in this area of the State next year. Goolsby scored in the wkicb in turn defeated the Devils 14 7; and Starke lost to 8t.
E. Geiger. a native of Belmore who moved to Green I first and third quarters. Augustine by only one to\Chdown.,
Cove in 1912 told The Crescent he had a vague recollection of

some inverted cypresses but he could not recall where they -- -

were.TL'j park according to the writer was a part of the town's BARGE GETS ANOTHERHOUSE CANAL :- CHRISTMAS .SEALCHAIRMAN Five ", ;' n
Youths To T
late John G. Bordon. It was executed and cared for by mem- BOOST NAMEDDr. ; _
c4 i bers of the V. I. A. y

f "Green Cove" H. B. wrote "is hewed out as it were Final action on a $1O1)0.00) > : H. !_, Stephens, of Sent To
appropriation to finance the SchoolFive
of the forest r*imaeval. but orange trees now fill the air with Orange Park, has been ,
start of construction on the
4- fragrance.,where mockingbirds sing in the clear sunlight." named Count7'ehalnnan for
i : Cross Florida Barge Canal was the Middleburg youths
"The town looks out on the broad river through vistas of fifty seventh annual seal charged with bttrtarfzfng a Mid
live and with and with to be taken by the House of campaign. dleburg service station will be sent to the State School for
: ll' : giant water oaks gray age streaming Representativies this week.
** Boys at Marianna under a ruling handed
mosses. from the sale of
Congressman D. R. Matthews Juvenile Judge Thomas J. Rivers.The
"There was discovered here nearly a century ago a springof announced early this week that the Christmas seals are used
boys who
Lave been
In the
County jail since
transparent water which has become famous for its healing the funds had been authorizedby for research and clinical apprehension their
= qualities especially in rheumatic and gouty affections and the House Appropriations work in combatting lung- families week were released to the custody of their
such time as they can be committed to the school.-
diseases of the crippling diseases such
kidneys. as
Committee. The House was to
Crescent has received
I a number of anonymous tele-
This is the V. I. A. Villa now the home of Robert E. "Near the station the solitary visitor is arrested by a very consider the item when it begins emphysema asthma pneumonia phone calls from Middleburg subscribers In connection with the

Scott at Magnolia:: Avenue. It was accupied by the V.I.A. unique-looking structure that bears the following legend: debate on tae Public bronchitis and the detention of the boys. AU callers refused to identify them-
for some years until about 1892 when :Mrs. John Borden an- A Place of Re.t and ComfortA Works appropriation bilL most dreaded tuberculosis.Dr. selves and all threatened to cancel their subscriptions to The

nounced she had "other plans" for the building and the WelcomeTo Mr. Matthews said he anticipated Stephens is expected Crescent because of its failure "to criticize" County authorities

V. I. A. was moved according to contemporary newspaper our Residents our Visitors and Strangers "no problem in obtaining to name area chairmen for wuj, the callers said had no right to Jail minors.

accounts, into the "Armory" a building no one seems to Ladies' Village Improvement Association"On full approval by the Green Cove Orange, Park Following the hearing Tuesday at which Judge Rivers

know anything about. The Villa is not as the "Youth Companion the opposite side of this courteous signboard Is House of Representatives." If Keystone Middlebnrg and ordered the boys sent to Marianna. the Judge pointed to a

indicates anywhere near any known railroad station. written. :. the House authorizes the funds Penney Farms. i State statute which authorizes him to detain minors beyoad,24
The "tower" on the Villa above was used by the judges of the item must then be consid- hours where they are alleged to have committed: a violation of
horse races which once ran along Magnolia. (Continued on Page 2, Cols. 1 and 2 ered by the Senate. law.



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"History or A Blank Page? by DUNCAN GRONERI Penney Farms

am under the impression Governor Farris Bryant will geta

big bang out of it when a sign goes up in front of tils Yerkes
A Green Cove newspaper published in the Nineties says Reporter: SIRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-8131 -- .
Laboratories of Primate Biology reading: "For Rent Ideal
f that for "more than 100 years" Green Cove had then been .e'y
For Chicken Farmer.
famous as a resort. That would take the history of Green Cove I World Community Day was I ing next Wednesday evening
\ back to 1800.A The story in Tallahassee Is that every time His Excellency. observed by the Women's Guild because of the Thanksgivingservice 7 '

ij' can curl his lip at Clay County he cuts another notch in his last week, in the Penney Me-I the next morning. The -:
national magazine published in the Nineties says the i __
belt. It is. I am told, counted as another potshot at his Secretary morial Church, with a large Rev. C. F. Schriver will be in --:
V. I. A. located near the railroad station and V. I. A.
of State who happens to be a native of the County. The attendance.The 11 I charge of the
records indicate that at about that time Mrs. Borden had another Thanksgivingservice.
people of the County pay tlA piper.I program,"Nation Build- .
use for the V. I. A. Villa and moved the organization into

""I I the "Armory." No one knows what or where the Armory was. have it on indisputable authority that Mr. Bryant would ing a Channel to Peace",I
planned by the United Church
like nothing better than to put the new St. Johns River bridge Mr. and Mrs. Clement Ham
of the county that before Women, was discussed with
A very inadequate history says ,
observed their
smack through the center of Orange Park just to spite Tom golden wedding
Green Cove became the County seat Middleburg did the job; Adams. vouch for the Mrs. Paul Harrison, chairman anniversary at their home
If this be true, and I can only sourcesof in rL
' and before it there was the town of Webster. Who knows of the Missionary Committee,I
\ my information, it is statesmanship of a high order. Penney Farms on Nov. 10. i
where Webster was? presiding. Other ladies partici-
I Joining in the festivitieswere .
There was a time wl&n the Governor went on television to pating were: Miss Hettie Beal,j their
Orange Park, Keystone. Middle- son, Francis, and his r
The County. Green Cove announce he had one of the great corporations of Americato Mrs. Ray L. Smalley Mrs. Albert wife
need working historical society. Sucha I Kathryn, and their two
burg and Penney Farms a move into the Green Cove naval base. What happened to V. Lawson, Miss H. Estelle
to its members. Thereis I grandchildren David and Barbara -
society would parcel out assignments that company Did the Governor ever say to its president van Excel, and Miss Beulah rk
I i from Boca Raton, their : 1 -
reconstructing the history of the
very little to go on in that he would use his influence with the officials of Green Coveto I Mae Hobbs. .
daughter Thelma and son-in-
County or any of its towns.A set up an appointment with them Did he ever reveal the The main feature of the pro- law Clifford Benham and two

name of tils great corporation to in Clay County gram was the presentation of
starting point would be the Court House (the records anyone grandchildren, Clifford Jr.. and

were burned in about 1850); the churches of the County and To my knowledge, the answer is no. The explanation very the theme by Miss Hobbs who Betty from St. Petersburg, and

all,the cemeteries. Most of those who remembered events of the probably is that no such company ever existed. The State reviewed the brochure on that Mr. C. Ham's sister Mrs. Nina GLADYS TILLIS
time is passing and tl-.re is subject, prepared by Esther W.
late Nineteenth century are gone; of Hollywood. The
could well have afforded either to put a prison camp into the
a vast blank. It must be filled in before the last vestiges of base or let it lay idle for years and no one has convinced me Hymer the official observer to couple were married in Titus- The U. S. Senate has confirmed the nomination of
the United Nations
for United
the fragmented: records are dust. ville, on November 11, 1913.
there was any other plan for its utilization.
Church Women. Gladys Tillis as Postmaster of Keystone Heights. A veteranof
Friends and neighbors drop-
This is our heritage. From It we can better see our future. While the Governor's personal vendetta against Tom Adams The pianist for the Guild ped in to wish the couple a 20 years' service in the Keystone Post Office. Miss Tillis

We must not let it fade.Tickertape. was pinching Green Cove, it was a matter of some rather poor Meeting was Mrs. George Sut- happy anniversary. succeeds the late Frank Walnth. Jr.

jokes in Orange Park. Now the squeeze is on Orange Park. ton. The ushers were Mrs. Ed- Miss Tillis, who is convalescing at her borne followingsurgery
gar Wilson, Mrs. John Swet-
Parade Putting the througlJ the center of Park's at St. Vincents Hospital, Jacksonville is a native of
Is No new bridge Orange nam, Mrs. James Houston, and Recent house guests of The
new civic center would give the Governor reason to throw his Miss Eva Hoover.A Rev. and Mrs. Clarence A. Miller Melrose. She took the occasion of her eonfirmaUon to express

belt away. special World CommunityDay were The Rev. and Mrs. T. her thanks to all those who worked for her appointment .
Clay High's football team, beset by an almost unbroken
string of defeats did themselves, their school and Green Cove But he need not do that. He can just sit and ignore offering of $156.56 was J. Maxwell of Lakeside Ohio and also to those who sent her flowers and notes daring her
who were on their way to Or-
proud last week. Most importantly, they played like sports- Yerkes let its world-famous staff dwindle to a maintenancecrew dedicated.A hospitalization.The .

men. That under those circumstances they won is cause for and when they move to Atlanta, Emory University can large number of gifts of ange City where Mr. Maxwellwill Keystone Post Office staff comprises l1rs.V1lllam
extra praise. hire Tom Adams' brother-in-law to find a tenant for it. sewing kits, T-shirts, yardageof be parish visitor for the
Donald L Lawrence Mrs
Mrs. ,
cloth, and layettes were pre- Methodist Church. Other Baker Mrs. H. A. Sprowv

The school's student body did not come off so well. Indeed, Yerkes has been the closest thing to an institution of sented for Church World Serv- house guests of the Millers were Rowan Thomas and Rural Carrier Don Shaekleford.

tney went out of control at their pre-game homecoming cele- higher learning the County ever fcad. Its staff a year ago ice, to be distributed in South Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Culp

bration. When they were done the City was littered from one comprised more academic degrees per capita than you could of Massillon, Ohio. Mr. CulPI

end to the other with everything from Scott Tissue up or count at most universities in the State. They were, as a body Asia.After the program, all were sa brother of Mrs. Miller and

down however you choose to grade it. an adornment to the town of Orange Park and to the County; invited into the social room to he and Mrs. Culp will spend

from a more practical point of view they were, per capita, view the exhibits of over 300children's the winter in Hollywood.Mrs. .
New York famed ticker-tape parades which litter Broadwayfrom
perhaps the most highly paid group in the County.
the Battery to City Hall are no justification for proof garments produced Helm

that boys-will-be-boys (or girls girls). New York has a batteryof Comprising 147 acres of land with an administration build- under the direction of Miss George T. French who

who for all practical follow laboratories Martha Benson, by a corps of lives in apartment No. 105-B,
paid street-sweepers purposes ing, monkey pens, etc., assessed at $55,000 ($50,000of
the heroes-on-parade and wit:'.n a matter of two hours have it tax exempt), the compound could probably have been 30 women of the Memorial on Poling Boulevard, celebratedher Funeral Home

cleaned up the mess left by tlis heroworshippers.The bough. by the State for something like $200,000. Mr. Bryant'sown Home Community. All the 90th birthday on Novem-

appraisers told him it was worth that. But the Governor knitted garments are to go to ber 16. Forty-six friends arrived -
story on page 1 of this issue in which Mrs. Sara Hal- Lebanon in the Near East. The
apparently thought the State could not pick up a tab that high, to express their congratulations CHARLES HELM
lock is quoted as saying that a condition of membership for
so rest are to be equally divided and good wishes. It
youngsters in Green Cove's V. I. A., when she was a girl, was between South Asia and Flori- was a yea rago this month that Funeral Director

that each of them cleaned up the City's streets once a month What staff members remain there are planning to move up da migrants.The Mrs. French became a resident R

is a far cry from the lack of pride in Green Cove that was to Atlanta with the monkeys next spring. As of this writing, member of MHC. She was

displayed last week.. This is not to accuse anyone. It was the huge compound that las been known around the world preacher for the Thanks- away all summer visiting her fIAt\' Phone 2S4-9G96

done in youthful and foolisland irresponsible enthusi- will be up for grabs to anyone with enough chickens to giving Sunday service at 11 son Williamsvilile. near Buffalo FLORIDA

asm and hope (for a victory which they got). fill it. Or perhaps a subdivision could be put in there all o'clock next Sunday will be the and other friends and rela- GREEN COVE SPRINGS, P. O. BOX 445
The point is Green Cove is judged by every newcomer,I tax-exempt houses that will attract a really topnotch groupof Rev. Basil R. Truscott. tives, and only recently returned HWY.
new people to the area. There will be no prayer meet- to the
whether justly or unjustly. We need our newcomers. We need campus.
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for them to write their friends and say that Green Cove is the His Excellency is on the public record as (1) ,being opposedto

greatest. Litttered with Scott Tissue, it looks like a bad dream.If .I the two-party system of government because he says, it

creates machine politics; (2) being opposed to a state law
those of us who live in the City fail to take an instinctive
which is now the rule rather than the exception in the United
pride in its appearance newcomers, visitors strangers wont.
States, providing that candidates for State office must accountfor

-# --- their campaign funds and expenditures; and ((3) and
this is the shaker believing that the constitutional amendment The Bank of Green Cove Springs --

VIA Site Near Rail StationContinued recently approved by the voters of the State entitles him to run

again for governor.

( From Page 1) The Governor apparently is about to add another notchto

his belt.
We the Ladies, bid you Good-by. Come again.

"The mystical V. I. A. will be likely to haunt the mindof

the visitor if he be alone. He will return to the curious

house from his hotel. What will be find here

"An American flag waving from a tall staff itself a wel- Advertising? EASY .

come; a library of excellent books and periodicals free;

beautiful rooms where windows look out on orange trees loaded

with flowers or fruit or both, that catch the breezes of the THE CRESCENT LAST WEEK:

river, and that are made musical by the murmur 01 the pines; \

and a polite hostess who will give any imormauon which may 1
be desired about the town and river. carried more than 685 column inches of paid County
advertising: (with another 10 inches from outside

"In the rooms above the boys have a V. I. A., where also the County).

i a band rehearses wiich they have organized lor piaying on

evenings and holidays."On '
his way the visitor may be surprised to see painted TO HELP YOU WITH

barrels at the corners of the streets. The Boys': Village Im-
provement Society use these for the purpose 01 collecting gar- THE COUNTY (SEE NOTE BELOW) GIFT SHOPPI-XG AND \\ "

page from the public ways so as to keep the streets Clean. Some

of these gay barrels, have rhymed instructions. here is one 01 carried less than 450 column inches of advertising EXD-OF-YEAR BILLSWe

the 'pieces of poetry.: more than 125 inches of which was designed to lure
shoppers to Duval stores. do our part to "play Santa" by '
"My name is Empty Barrel;

I'm here for a meal; making personal loans, availableat

.. Pray fill me up, kind stranger. 0
low bank rates to k
News? on easy
With trash and orange peel

handle terms. If need cash
/ Mrs. Hallock says that when she was a child a condition you

of membership in the children's Star Branch of the V. L A. in and talk to one of our
\WHAT WERE THE THREE BIG COUNTY come Bills piled up f Get
was that once a month each youngster wii belonged to the

prganization would be armed with a red white and blue spearland loan officiers today. them consolidated into

it walk in the the barrels.streets of the town, spearing debris and depositing ,STORIES IN THE PAST FORTNIGHT? -one'- loan here.

1. Moosehaven's $1,000,000 .
She said this was somewhat different from the behaviour expansion program
in Orange Park.
Qf Green Cove high school students who littered the town ITOIA .
2. Governor ";' V
Bryant's refusal to the Yerkes
one end to U'e other last Friday before the homecoming game. save
laboratories as a center of primate biological: ,

research in Orange Park.

CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT 3. The resignation of Raymond Kledzik as admin- r
istrator of the Clay Memorial County's .
Hospital a County
"What is good for Clay is good for The Crescent"Duncan .
medical center patronized by residents of : _
Goldthwaite Groner Elizabeth Leonard Groner Orange Park

1 Editor and Publisher Secretary Did you read them anywhere else? and Largest Bank _

.__ Eugene Koza .

General Manager Circulation?

Published every Thursday by 2&4-3650

Crescent Press Inc- or
P. O. Box 578 If yon have PAID, you read The Crescent the most
Congress 4-9583
Green Cove Springs, Fbu widely read County paper in the County.

2843166Jacksonville (Note: By the grace of a sometime Florida attorney

I 264-6751 general, a newspaper may have its offices its payroll i

and be printed in any place on earth: it Is permittedto i See Our Neicly-Installed 24-ITowr Depository
a Second Class Matter July 15 1962. at the Post Office
Entered as
"published" where it mails its
Green Cove Springs Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1897. say product.) I
Se *ad ClaM postage paM at Green Cve Spriac. Fla.

One Year-In advance SUBSCRIPTION....-....-..RATES.-....-....-....---- $-1 There's A Difference I

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PJ a THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1963 :. >. .- -..t1 .:. ; ... ... -' .> FADE THREE

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Green Cove and Penney Farms subscribers (KoUe Neius : ,
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I Cove Socials Infant O'Quinn I '53 ReunionThe

J H Blocker NOTE OF THANKS I Green Graveside services for Cher-

I would like to express my! Mrs. R. G. Johanson Miss turned last week from a week ryl Ann O'Quinn 2-day-old
thanks to all my friends for I Bonnie Dean Baker, Mrs. W.A. end visit in Mobile, Ala. They daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. Clin-
Fuel 1 Oil Service their many acts of kindness Willson, Mrs. R. F. Milberger.I were accompanied home by ton O'Quinn were held Saturday -
and to the doctors and mem- Miss Alta Crum and Miss Eva Mrs. Canova's mother, Mrs. A. afternoon in Peoria cem-
the staff of Clay Me- I
bers of
Hoover went to a Presbyterial U. Fairbanks who spent the etery. The infant died in Or- P
morial Hospital for their con-
workshop at San Mateo last I summer with her other daughter ange Park Saturday morning.
24Hour ServicePhone sideration to me during my
Tuesday. in Mobile. Besides her parents, she
recent illness.Isabelle leaves her maternal grandparents -
GCS 284-9250 Miss Melinda Glennan. a student -I Mrs. Catherine Schmidt of Mr. and Mrs. James Bur-
at Howey Academy spent Costa Mesa. Calif., is the guestof roughs, of Green Cove; and her j
the week-end with her parents I her daughter and son-in- paternal grandparents Mr. and
Dr. and Mrs. T. Luke Glennan. law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mil- Mrs. Woodrow O'Quinn, of I.

FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE berger for the holidays. North Carolina. i
Mrs. R. O. Bell has returnedto I The Rev. D. L. Nettles, pas- Er-s
her home in Green Cove tor the Doctors Inlet Churchof
from Ohio. Christian Science God. officiated at the serv-
WITH FIRST 100 CUSTOMERS $1.00 PURCHASE ices. Helm Funeral Home was
I Mrs. Gother Martin spent Thanks ServicesThe in charge of arrangements
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY the week-end in Deland as the
guest o fher daughter and son- Christian Science Soci- GUEST MINISTER AT I
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in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ety's Green Cove church will PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ,

NYLON HOSE IRONING BOARD PAD&COVER Clifton. have Thanksgiving services at The Rev. Robert P. Heim,
with seam Burn Proof Pad 98c Value 11 o'clock next Thursday. former minister of the First
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Canova The church is lorated at y
Church, will i
I Presbyterian con-
----I 490 590 and their son Frankie. re- Magnolia avenue at Houston duct the regular services at the
I street.A church at 11 o'clock on Sunday Class of 1953 of Clay High School held its 10th

NYLON HOSE PLASTIC WASTE BASKET I I Bible Lesson on "Thanks- i nthe absence of the Rev. R. G. reunion following homecoming game last Friday evening

Seamless 400 15 Denier Assorted Colors CLAY Phone 284-6711 giving" will be read, opening Johanson, who is in Birming- at the VIA Federated Womans Club. 21 of the original
with a verse from Psalms
I class of 44 were present. Among the invited guests were
750 ".-. 49t (33:1): "Rejoice in the Lord ham.Mr.. Heim, who served as pastor -
Monday thru Friday Two O Mr. and Mrs. Duck and Miss Martha Rogers who were
ye righteous: for praise is 1957
in Green Cove from
I Shows each evening I comely for the upright. The until 1959, later organized and principal and teacher respectivel; at the time.
NYLON MESH HOSE PLASTIC DUST PAN 7&9p.m. I service will also include hymns founded the Faith United Still guiding the group were their class mothers who
Sat. & Sun. Continuous
400 15 Denier 49c VALUE prayer and a special period served.
Palm was
; From 2 Presbyterian Church of were responsible for the buffett supper
2 PAIR $1.00MARPUL \; 15* p.m. during which church membersin I Springs Lake Worth. He is They are Mrs. Clifford Geier.! Mrs Florence Perlman
the congregation may standup
Thurs. & Fri., Nov 21 & 22 now chaplain at NAB :Mrs.: Vera Gravely and Mrs Rhoda Williams.
an dexpress their thanks. Field.
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starring Susan Hayward I
Advertised in Seventeen 51.98 VALUE II

2 PAIR 78t $1.25 Sat., :Nov. 23 I I IlulJIUIIDIJBIm.en1D.J.uIU..r

98c VALUE 9 QT $1.29 VALUE Anthony Quinn .t"' ",:}#'t 9,,-. :.._
and Iii ',- '.w:;. Fruit I II t
49t 49ALUMINUM .e.
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starring Fay Spain r
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MEN'S NYLON STRI'TCII-SON- e.. RANGE SET V*. A .js. -.t f' :. .;. .J Cake
49c VALUE Grease, Salt & Pepper Sun., Mon., Tues. $;.::1.,.:;
Nov. 24, 25, & 26 A ,, II II ..:;. : .
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29r 19c? WOMEN OF NAZI @ .' -
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GERMANYand' a ;
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4 PAIR $1.00 I 98tI starring Vincent Price I __. ., I

Wed., Thurs. & Fri. fir.tr i 1
Nov. 27, 28 & 29 :

Remote Control Firing Wipers Work Turn Signals Light Up starring Cliff Richardsand
Breech Loading Horn Blows Movable Gear Selector
Completely Safe Steering Wheel Turns Prices in this ad are effective thru Saturday, November 23
No Batteries Needed SAD SACK
starring Jerry Lewis
$10.49 $12.95

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j Rocket Blasts Off Dials Light Up Bazooka Shoots Missiles r
Missiles Fire Crane Really Works Tank with Cannon that Fires Shells CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

$12.95 $2.99 SOCIETYCor.
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TINY KISSY LARGE KISSY Services held Sundayat a -

Claps her hands, Hugs You Gurgles November 24th
When You Press Her Tummy SWEET ANN 30" Subject:
Beautiful Satin Ball Gown Jewelry CRANBERRY SAUCE FRUITS
$4.59 $ ::5ir THANKSGIVING November 28th I I 10 -16 LBS.

I A cordial invitation is extended

'4 CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS Y to attend our services.heL.ring I WHOLE CRANBERRIES CELERY 3 9 c I I lb.

( 17 23 LBS.


Pine Cones Red and Green . . lOc Maple Leaves with Glitter.....- 25c c
Holly . .. ....... ... .... . lOc Poinsettia, Red & White ....._.... .. 25e to fit everyhearing
Mistletoe .. ...... .... .. ... lOc Poinsettia Red & White ..__........ 15c
Pine Leaves ...................... lOc lossAtatto FRESH DAILY LARGE ASSORTMENT JANE PABKEK BAKED GOODS
Styrofoam Balls ..__................ lOc Poinsettia Red & \Vhite ......:-..... lOc
t Styrofoam Balls .................... 5c Christinas Door Bells ..'............. 89c TOKAY FRESH

Pine Branches ................... 25c Christmas Door Bells ............... 49c
Grapes CornLBS1


Series ................... .. .. 1gellultlple .
Lights 2 4 EARS
Lights ... .. .......... .$1.19 Series Bulbs ...................... 5e Thomas V. Duck Jr. 29t 250

Outdoor Lights . . . . $1.69 C 7i Bulbs .. ...................c A Laboratory Trained ,

Miniature Lights . . . . $1.79 C 94 Bulbs . . ........... .. 15c Hearing Aid Consultantfrom CAMPBELLS SOUPS
((35 Lights) CREAM OF MUSHROOM ..
-- 3 for 49<
JANE PARKER CREAM OF CHICKEN ............................ 3 for 49*
MAt CO HEARING CHEDDAR CHEESE SOUP ................ 3 for 49*

Mayhugh AnnexShop Pumpkin PieREG \ Your dreams come true with
Jacksonville Fb... will five ....
w anrrt t r.rsr n. '0.-.""
Early) J FREE hearing tests and dem- 530 SPECIAL 390 EA .
onstration Monday, NOT. 25thBRADLEY'S j .

Use Our Xmas Lay-away Plan at' DRUG

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DOCTORS TURKEY SHOOT INLET OP SOCIALSMrs. Miss Honored Frazee At TeaMrs. Doctor's Inlet Social Notesby Orange Park High Safety CheckI

The Doctors Inlet Civic
Bertha Barron, of Bertha Barron
League will two
Ridgewood has had as her Edwin S. Gustafson and Phone 264.9748
turkey shoots from 2 until 7
her Staff Sgt. Wil- her daughter, Mrs. Hal Richardson i I
o'clock son I'
Saturday.One i The Doctors Inlet Civic Ship's Serviceman Peter Dir-
McKee, entertained '
of them will be at liam E. Edge, and her brother League was quite successful sa and his family, of Bliss
a tea-shower for Miss Sandra
Berry's Fish Camp, at Swim- and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. with their Turkey Shoot last Road are leaving the first of t
Frazee on Friday November1st.
ming: Pen Creek on Highway Willis D. Harrington, of Seguin, Seventy-five guests called Saturday, but since they still December for England. He was
220. The other will be at have some turkeys on hand formerly aboard the U. S. S.'I t
Tex. Sgt. Edge is stationed at between the hours of three and
Bertha's Place on Highway they will have another one on Saratoga.Mrs. .
21. Biggs Air Force Base, El Paso. five o'clock. j I Saturday Nov. 23rd. I
The home was decorated i i
Tickets to either will be I
$1.00. throughout in a turquoise, ]: Mrs. Jennine Gometz has Kenneth Lee and her I
I white and silver color scheme !!
just purchased a home on Bliss children of Huntington, West:
and Happiness roses were used Va., are visiting Mrs. Lee's '
I We parents -
: : : : : : : : : : : : : x Road in Ridgewood. are i
:i------------------------------------------ > in all the floral arrangements. I I happy to have her as our Mr. and Mrs. R. L.Knight.of ,

:: ute'E :!: Presiding at the tea table neighbor. She will be estab- Ridgewood, and Mr. Lee's I,

::: 4Ix ;;; :!: were: Mrs. Clarke Wager, Miss 'I lished in her new home around mother, Mrs. L. C. Lee, of Doc-
LeAnn; Ivey Mrs. L. M. John- tors Inlet. Mr. Lee plans to'f fL
the first of
;*, '([[{li5 mtb % 'ffiift! lOp! ston, and Mrs. Edwin New- join them for Thankesgiving. i i fI L I fI u c

mann. I We are happy to know that I II I
Miss Frazee is the bride elect George Doyle is home conva- I
:: Hallmark Cards Gift & Party Favors :: Glad to hear that Mrs.
Wrapping I of W. W. Ivey, Jr.TURNERSAUNDERS. lescing afterl an illness in I Kath-I I

:sE:: Bric-a-Brac. Records, Costume Jewelry, Candles :;: Pureal Hospital.The again ryn Lochrie after having is feeling been quite in well the I a. x xi
; I
:3:: OFFICE and SCHOOL SUPPLIES ::: GOLDEN WEDDING RITES Doctors Inlet Civic NAS Hospital with pneumonia.Mr. .I I
Members of the Saunders and

;:c r Remember to stop/ and see the ;:: I Turner families attended the League Twenties"is costume having party a "Roaring at the' and Mrs. Leslie Page and!i I

:: golden wedding anniversary their daughter, Deborah Lynn,
:: TABLE Civic Building on
celebration of Mr.
and Mrs. who have been residing in Live
: t 'I 27th at 8 o'clock. Admissionis
f New and Nearly New i
John Edd Turner in Bain-
I' Oak for some time have recently -
$1.00. We don't expect ev-
::: Welcomed for Commission Table) ; bridge, Ga., last week. '
:: (Select Items erybody but want YOU returned to Doctors In- safety check of all cars at Orange Park High School was held last Monday by the

:s's!: 1710 Highway 17 Orange Park :. Mr. and Mrs. Turner's chil- to come dressed in a 20's cos let. Mr. Page is manager of Student Council with Arthur B. Wilson, driver education teacher, and Sit. R. K. Doyle,
dren, D. C. Turner, M. W. Tur-
the Sonic Service Station in
..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..--.-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-......'+"r.--------------.0..1.-------.;. ner, and Mrs. Tracy Saunders, "Roaring"tume.Ve good hope time.to have Hor a Ridegwood. They are now residing Special Service Officer of the Florida Safety Patrol, in charge. This inspection will be

+ all of Green Cove; and Mrs. d'oeuvers will be served. with Mrs. Page's family held periodically and includes a check of all drivers licenses and safety equipment on the

I Church A. M. Drury Jr., of Brunswick, There is also a regular danceon Mr. and Mrs. George Doyle but car. It included not only the cars driven by students, but also those of the teaching staff.
II The First Presbyterian
I were 125 guests who
I .k,. among at-j Saturday night. The band are planning to buy a new Shown as they inspected the cars are left to right: Mr. Wilson Sgt. Doyle Jim Booth, presi

Magnolia Ave. at Gum I tended a reception at will be the Tommy Holbrook trailer and will be residing on dent Hugh Cotney, vice president, and Eric Hansen parliamentarian, of the Student CounciL
parents' home Nov. 10. I
on Jamborees.Mr. State Road No. 224A.M. .
l: J GreeH Cove Mr. and Mrs. Turner have

'0 6 1 II I lived in Bainbrlidge for more C. R. Beck of Middleburg L. Lancaster, his sons I
than, three decades. They are
o'clock returned on Saturday from a Sonny and Bobby and their
< Morning nhip -
members of the Rest
I hunting trip iin Georgia. He I friends, Mr. Gay and Mr. Bar-
P Church School 9:45 o'clock i Baptist Church. They have 11 bagged a deer on Saturday. low spent the week-end filn a BDWLlj CHOP
grandchildren. I
I I hunting trip in St. Johns County. Sine/am
WELCOMEI II II I /; Mrs. Lancaster and Mrs. DOWN

I Gay and their daughter Sue
'and Gloria went down and had
KE IN THESE lunch with them on Sunday. GREEN COVE BOWLINGWon HEATING

Bobby adn Sunny came home Lost

"Accentuate the because of school but the men Jokers ................ 26 18 Sinclair

ctl Positive"y are still trying. As of Sunday Professors ........ 26 18 BILLS

1R they hadn't had much luck but j.Kingfishers .... .... 25 19
they are hoping to bag a deeror I Untouchables .... 23 21 Level out your heating costs even in the peak winter

Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land two. _.* __ Magnolia ............ 22 22 months. Change now to Sinclair's Monthly Payment Plan

With the old swimming hole nearby I Champions ........ 19 25 that lets you spread payments over an easy convenient

We are pleased to know that Drivers ........ .... 18 26 period. No interest or carrying charges.
Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms. BOYS'FAMOCSBRAXD the Hollingsworths Slim, Beu- I 8-Balls ................ 17 27 SINCLAIR HEATING OIL with RD-119R corrosion inhib-
DOUBLE KNEE JEANS itor helps you cut down heating bills because it fights rust
See Us for your Real Estate lah and their daughter Wanda : The Professors winning 3
and corrosion, gives you more heat, cleaner lat per
i 1.98 into
Sizes 6 12, Reg. 2.98 . .. .....u... Sale are making progress on from Magnolia pulled a dollar.
S. E. McKAYKeystone their new home. Their former:: first place tie with the Jokers
BURNER SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner service
BOYS' CAR COATSSize home and all its contents were i who split with the Champions.
I It men are skilled, prompt, dependable.
Heights Phone 473-4816 completely destroyed by fire I: Anita Ryle rolled a 236 single

6 10, Reg. 10.95 . .. ... .... . Sale I |JJ some time ago. Can't you!I I game including: handicap whichis PRINTED METER DELIVERY TICKETS

: : ....".-:-: :-:-:-:-:-:-:-: :+:-H+:-. :-: -:-: :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-: : :-: imagine that they will be happy I second high fey the women RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCK .
s!- .. :.:. Size 12 20, Reg. 12.95 . . . . Sale J|J J when they get back in a nice,i i for the season. Also Mary Everett for -
: <"" '""""'''''''" "p.<' <-'-""
't :)["p' .p'iV"-' : ;:' fJJ';>: ;t Y" ; J All Boys' Slacks Reduced $1.00 Off Re ?. Price in roomy a trailer home for after some having time. lived Mrs..;set and rolled with a handicap 487 three added game COVERING- QUICK SERVICE PLAID

: : Men's Better Slacks, Reg. 9.95 to 14.95 Hollingsworth has been very.I totals 634 which is also second MIDDLEBUR3 ORANGE PARK STAMPS

4. :...,:""". ..'........,...,. .. SALE 7.50 TO 11.00 active in civic affairs and Home I j high for the season. Al Ivey's PENNEY FAR=3 DOCTORS INLET
: '" hll ::: Demonstration activities. !I 521 was high for the men.
'U h MvMi's Sport Con*.. RcchivVil: to Clear I

$ M .,. : :-' )& : ; 1 t Clay! Oil Corp.

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Cor. Park & King JacksonvillePhone General Manager President

Phone 264-6241 PHONE} r,4-9j4S;
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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21. 1963 (Stay! (H0unty!; (Eresccut FACE FIVE.

Memorial. Home Community, Penney Farms


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"It was a year February last (Feb. 20 1925)) we took possession James Cash Penney, whose vision conceived Memorial Home rangle," a $1,250,000 building with 123 apartments for single Carroll Wright, vice president and treasurer of Memorial

of this tract comprising 120,000 acres of land (at a Community and whose personal fortune made it a reality, persons. Sometimes referred to by MIIC residents as "The Home Community, Inc., and its resident director since 1958.

reputed average cost of $3.33 an acre). With this purchasecame was born 78 years ago (Sept. 16, 1875)) in Hamilton, Mo. His Monastery", the handseme sprawling building houses the was once headed for a legal career, went into work with the

considerable property in Green Cove Springs. On this father was a Confederate veteran-turned Baptist minister. cafeteria, social hall library and administrative offices. Nextto Christian Endeavor, an interdenominational educational pro-

there were 35 houses occupying a strategic position in our When Mr. Penney was a boy his father was expelled from the Mary Olin Clinic, it is the most recent addition to gram, and served, prior to coming to Clay County a decade
development. AVe were wondering to what use we could put the Baptist Church by what must have been a rump court. with the Christian herald A native Baltimorean Mr. Wright
MIIC. It is far from the original community's be-
these houses (in Green Cove). On the occasion of one of my The charges:: ((1)) Penney Senior believed in the educationof a cry is widely respected in the community and runs it to the sur-

visits at 4 o'clock one morning I was awakened as if a ministers; ((2)) he believed in Sunday schools; and ((3)) he ginnings. An early historian of the community wrote: "The prise of some as a business enterprise. It was he who suggested -

voice had spoken to me. I had found a use for these houses.I believed that clergymen should be paid for their services. Rev. R. A. Cody and Mrs. Cody and their son, Joseph, from to D:. Daniel Polin;, chairman of the board of the

went to the room of Mr. (Ralph W.) Gwinn my associate, When he was 20 years old, Mr. Penney got by his own account Lebanan, Tenn.. arrived at Green Cove Springs on Saturday, Christian Herald, that more "con enial" laymen be admittedto

and awakened him; told him of my inspiration, which was his first job. It paid $2.27 a month. Less than three September 19th, 1925 and stopped at the New St. Elmo Hotel the community. It was he who brought with him the archives -
to restore these homes and offer them to the different so- years later his health failed and a physician advised him to of the community which had long been filed in New
(the recently abandoned Paul E. Reinhold School) they
cities for the use of superannuated ministers returned mis- go west and to stay out of stores. He went to Longmont, York. It is he who acts as arbiter judge and friend to the
sionaries and retired YMCA workers the idea was not Colo. where he purchased a bakery and butcher shop for moved into one of the unfinished cottages (in Green Cove) community's residents.

in the beginning a permanent arrangement. After several $300. It failed. lie went back to work for a Mr. Callahan, for two weeks until the cottage assigned to them could be

visits to Green Cove Springs and meeting with these good who apparently required a hard-sell to take on the young completed and gotten ready for use. As water and lights had r
folks in their homes and in their little community house, I failure. Mr. Callahan subsequently became one of Mr. side
had been done
not yet been put in, no screening nor
decided to make it a permanent institution." Penney's subalterns. According to Who's Who In America,
walks put down. Everything was crude and unfinished.
J. C. Penney, speaking at the original Mr. Penney today is the possessor of 11 honorary degrees,
cornerstone laying in 1926. chairman of the company that bears his name which oper- Workmen were busy and after some weeks order came out of 1.

ates 1,700 stores throughout the nation; a director of count- chaos The workmen were neighborly, the squirrels and

4 less corporations, foundations and trusts; an Horatio Alger birds were friendly, the great river and moss-draped trees
award recipient; a member of such organizations as the
were beautiful the days were full of interest, the nights were
American Guernsey Cattle Club of Peterboro, N. II... the
.. comfortable and restful." This was Penmor, in Green Cove.
e. Newcomen Society in North America and the Union League
And then "on the night of about the 16th of March, 1926,
1' a a Club of New York. He'is the author of several books. :
r + Mr. Penney, and Mr. (The Rev. Dr. D Walter) Morton (the

;; -';" .--r--" '. .> '. .7 '-'t'" two names, Penny and Morton were put together to make the
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+ r ',oF;J association's original name, Penmor), with Dr. Daniel A.
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"i Poling, of New York attended the prayer meeting at Penmor.
,. Near the close of the services Dr. Poling was introduced. It-

After some brief remarks he said in substance as follows:

'I am here to speak for Mr. Penney He thinks these cot-

awe tages are not good enough for you and has decided to buildas

r a memorial to his father and mother 100 new and modern

1k furnished apartments for retired ministers and their wives f,

and other religious workers It was first planned to

house these 100 apartments in a large four-story structurethe

..... ( former Reinhold School) in Green Cove. After much Dr. Anna Ruth Korteling ((1.) wife of the Rev. Ralph Kortel-
__ -. 1" ing, has recently been named resident at the clinic. Mrs.
r.'Li.':' "" "!' planning and consideration, it was finally decided to put ,
.. Korteling, a native of Indiana and a graduate of the Womans
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.:,-t : ;,..- .,' ;"?: ;, :.;: them in four and five apartment units and locate them at Medical College of Pennsylvania, the only medical college
Long Branch Long Branch is now the town of Penney for women in the United States was a missionary with her

The Mary M. Olin Clinic, at MIIC, is the community's most Farms. husband in India for 33 years. She is shown in consultationwith

The community's historian is Mrs. Charles S. Dopp, 82, a recent addition. Containing accommodations for 21-23 Mrs. Virgie Dibble 88 years old who is president of

native of upstate New York and the wife of a retired Methodist patients, the clinic has a staff of 11 nurses and nurses': aides. Green Cove's WCTU. Mrs. Dibble a native of Delaware,

minister. The Dopps took up residence at MIIC in 1945 Seriously ill patients are treated at Clay Memorial Hospital came to Penney Fan r 3 In 1951 the widow of C. O. Avery a
in the midst of the "military occupation" of Penney Farms. and physicians who are on the staff of Clay Memorial are Nebraska farmer. In 1957 she married the Rev. C. E. Dibble.
During World War II when clergymen were "frozen" in their on call at the clinic.MIICs i
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A positions. MIIC first took in Army officers and their families,

assigned to Blanding, and later, Naval officers assigned to
what is now Green Cove's Industrial Park. Not many months

a; after the Dopps arrived, the military were moved out and anew

\\t tide of their own came in a?ain. Mrs. Dopp is shownin

the library in the Memoriail Chapel building going over +. y'Pc
some of the documents of MIIC's history.Dr. rt6 !

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x Y 3Irs. Jenolga Ollis, who came to MIIC 25 years ago is believed -
.. to be the senior citizen of the community. Mrs. Ollis
i came to MIIC as the wife of the Rev. Leroy Cooley a Pres-
byterian minister whose pastorates were lately in North Da
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kota. Mr. Cooley died in 1949 and. as she puts it now, she
.Y'k swore she would never marry another clergyman. Seven

Ralph Waldo Nelson, 75, is the Community's only equestrian years ago she bowed to the blandishments of another man of

t one of its numerous published authors. Dr. Nelson,a Y the cloth the Rev. Frederick. Ollis, a retired Congregationalist -
native of Butler County Kas.. was educated at Phillips Uni- minister. Now nearly blind, Mrs. Ollis cooks and

versity, Enid, Okla. the' University of Chicago and Yale. A cares for her husband (she was preparing dinner while her

former professor of Philosophy at Phillips, he and his wife husband napped when this picture was taken) and retains

I H! have been residents at the Community for nearly a decade. a rare charm-and feminine vanity.

Ills most recent work is "Free Minds: A Venture in the Phil- 4",.

osophy of Democracy," which was published by the Public -- -

Affairs Press, Washington. lie is also the author of two Memorial Chapel is an imposing. Norman structure won't to say "your guess is as good as mine. The community's -

I earlier books and a number of magazine articles on philos- whose most famoas member is Mr. Penney who was baptized population is preponderantly Methodist with Presbyterians < :
ophy and theology. He and Mrs.' Nelson have a son whois here son after its consecration. A stained glass window given second and a dozen other denominations represented. ::. j,4F' 2 f' kt

head of the department of Philosophy at San Diego State by residents at the time of its construction is half-Indeciph Services are nondenominational and there are enough clergy
University, and a daughter who is the wife of a clergymanin erable. One half of the picture appears to depict the good so that no one is overloaded. > .

North Platte Neb. Samaritan but those who are in a position to know are
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: :J J' To telephone news items, or for other purposes,
1 ; Green Cove and Penney Farms subscribers
I1 ;,, ':Jrrccu; Cote ciut call GCS 284-3166

e : Orange Park, Middleburr and Jacksonville
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,' ;;; subscribers call 264-6751
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GCS Homecoming Queen Chesser Grandchild Mr. and Miss School Spirit- Clay County Servicemen I

Mr. and Mrs. James F
Chesser, Homecoming activities t .
of Eau Gallic have
r *rNaval
started last Thursday evening
announced the birth of a Airman Third Class Gary L. Training Center Great
when the annual Clay High I
daughter Pamela Edna on Oct. r Outlaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Lakes HI. The nine-week trainin -
Bonfire was held. This was
B. Outlaw of Green Cove, is gincludes naval orientation,
31. The young lady who climaxed by the crowning of
i being reassigned to Homestead history and organization sea-
ci weighed five pounds 12 ouncesat the two students who were
rt AFB Fla. following his grad- manship, ordnance and gunnery -
Vt birth is the grandchild of chosen by the cheerleaders as
'- t uation from the technical military drill physical
Yw }I AI" being most representative of
Mrs. Edna Chesser and of Mr. training course for United fitness first aid and survival.
!";i' the Spirit of Clay High. Mr.
and Mrs. Moward Mullins of Miss School Spirit, Charlene States Air Force missile engine '" '"
mechanics here. Airman Out-
Green Cove.
Studebaker and Larry Far-
law was trained in the opera- Airman Third Class Jerald T
Y ley, are shown left, being
; i tion of missile propellant elec- Akers Jr. of Green Cove is
crowned by Patti Linsley
GCS TIIANKSGIVING trical asystems rocket engine being reassigned to HomesteadAir
head cheerleader.
COMMUNITY SERVICE systems and related ground Force Base following lis
NEXT WEDNESDAYThe support equipment. He attended graduation from the technical
Clay Higih School. traiining course for Air Force

Thanksgiving annual Service Community sponsoredby If Your County Merchant Doesn'tHave -. jet The aircraft airman mechanics son of Mr.here and

the churches of Green Cove Danny H. Nelson, 18, son of Mrs. Jerald T. Akers, is a grad-
will be held on Wednesday evening It He'll Get It For You Mr. and Mrs. George H. Shep- uate of Clay High School.SUGGESTION .
November 27 at 7:30 I
: pard of Orlange Park has '" '" .
a d a, o'clock. completed basic training at the
ar The service will be held at
the First Assembly of God t;! 5S'pMM '! ,

Church. The Rev. James Sow . . . . . . . . . ; YOU : ; ABOUT
ell. pastor will preside. I J M*< J J M J !- A TO FELLOWS

tor of the First Methodist
Church, will delivier the H H X "DISII ASIIER"1 AXTTGIVEIIERA) I

Thanksgiving message. GIFT SHE'LL LOVE YOU FOR EVERY DAY i
Th following churches are Personal I
Photo by Gene Koza cooperating: Hickory Grove OF THE YEAR

Patty Linsley, (r.) is crowned Clay High's Homecoming Baptist, Orange Avenue Bap-
Queen by her predecessor, Sue McCormick during the half tist, First Presbyterian, First NEW I
Give Her A
at the Rebels' P. K. High School of &
victory over Yonge Assembly of God First Methodist p TV
Gainesville. I : FOR j. A I

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the wheels. Two body sizes. Two wheelsizes as the Fleetside plus one bigger size. i CHRISTMAS DAY AND EVERY DAY MORE :
A bases. Best riding truckby far, with coil Big model has heavier frame, 4-speed
springs all around and independent front transmission and leaf-spring rear suspen-
suspension. Cab and body have doublesion for maximum payloads. Standard I COLORFUL WITH A COLOR TV I
wall construction. Chevrolet Fleetsideengine is 230-cu.-in. Six. A 292 Six or 283
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Action I coves dishesrparklfng Interior halls: HE/.A
service for 12

:M920YEB95GENERAL11 Scraping, "Flush. IiA
cway Drain" pumps 0 Luxury Appearance
RAMPSIDE.Nobody else makes a pickup EL CAMINO. If you want a pickup as soft food particles with satin-white
exactly like this one with a ramp at the good looking as any car on the road, this cN-Y server top
side. The ramp makes loading easy is the one! It can work hard, and look ELECTRIC I
because of its 16-inch rise. Truck also has like a million dollars doing it-the onlya $449.
conventional tailgate. Body and frame- pickup in the world with Body by Fisher!
floor assembly are very rigid because they You can order an El Camino as plain or i only $149.00 I
Ultra-Color TV
are welded together. Has larger 95-hp airas fancy as you wish: bucket seats air i
cooled engine this year. Independent coil conditioning, 4-speed transmission, power
spring suspension all around. brakes are some of its extra-cost options. GREEN COVE !



Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck! ,
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I t IX THE LEGAL CIRCUIT:NOTICE COURT: OF County Commissioners'I i' ': Minutes t I


IX CHANCERYNO. CLAY COUNTY Motion by Commissioner Murrhee seconded by Commissioner -
1 1 1 R. McDUFFIE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA Moody, and carried to request the State Road Department -

Plaintiff Monday November 4, 1963 to blacktop the old highway No. 17 from Hilltop South to

f ROSE EIA.Z McDUFFIE. 9:00 o'clock A. M. to New Highway also old SR around Kingsley Lake from

NOTICE OF* SUIT Defendant; Kingsley Lake Grocery Store westerly to new Highway.
THE :STATE OF FLORIDA TO: The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met

I ROSE RESIDENCE ELLA McDUFFIE UNKNOWNYOU in regular session in the County Commissioners meeting room TU Clerk presented the Board with two sealed bids as

AIR CONDITIONING' BOATS TRADING POST ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED in the Courthouse on the above time and date. received, from Clay Products Corporation and Suburban Gas

that in a suit the has above been entitled filed againstyou cause Company as advertised for furnishing Gas for Courthouse and

INLET MARINAMERCURY CAREY'S TRADING POST and you are hereby required to The meeting was called to order by the Chairiman. Honor- other agencies for a period of one year beginning December 1,
MILBERGER serve upon plaintiff's attorney members Louis L.
Luther E. Wilson other present were
able :
TRADE whose name and address appear 1963. The Clerk stated that the bid of Suburban Gas Companyhad
WE BUY SELL hereon your written defenses, if Huntley. District No. 2, Marvin Green District No. 3, O. J. but
& JOHNSON to the bill of in been received after the deadline as advertised for.
any complaint
REFRIGERATION ENGINES Three locations: said suit copy of which is delivered Murrhree District No. 4 and H. E. Moody District No. 5. would open it if authorized to do so. Commissioner Moody
15 E.Palmer St., Ph.284-3280 -to you herewith, on or Green the devotion.
before December 9, A. D. 1963. Commissioner-Marvin gave stated that he could not approve this bid even if it were the
CROSBY BOATS Warehouse & antiques-old Herein fail not or decree pro
SERVICEAIR lowest it wasn't received in time to comply with the adver-
confesso will be entered againstyou The minutes of the last regular meeting of October 14, 1963. as
EE-ZY TRAILERS Gym Bid?., S. Orange Ave. for the relief prayed in the tisement. The County Attorney advised that it was his opinion
bill of complaint.THE and the Special meeting of October 17, 1963 were approvedas
CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE "BIG TOP" tentBlandingBlvd. NATURE OF SAID SUIT tint the bid should not be opened as it wasn't received in com-

REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR at Ridgewood BEING WITNESS' FOR my DIVORCE.hand and the read. .. pliance with the advertisement. :Mr. George F. Davis, Presi-

HEATING SERVICE Hwy. 17' Orange Park Furniture and appliances at seal! of said Court at Green Cove The following montlfiy reports and letters were read and dent of Clay Products being present advised the Commissionersthat
5 rings. Florida -this 4th day of
9 S. Palmetto Street Phone CO 4-9835 bargain prices 8tfc November A. D 1963. filed. he had no objection to the Bid of Suburban Gas Company

GEORGE L. CARLISLE. being opened for consideration. Both bids were opened and
Home Phone 284-9780' Clerk Circuit Court Monthly report of County Judge re: Fines & Forfeitures.
By Vivian both companies bid was 12%c per gallon. After further discussion -
: H. Sohm
of Assistant County Agent.
Monthly report
Business Phone 284-9581 BEVERAGES Deputy Clerk motion was made by Commissioner Green to purchasegas
HAIRCUTS James T. Norton Monthly report of County Agent.
Attorney for Plaintiff from the Clay Products Company for one year beginning
Address P. Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent.
: O. Box 372
VACUUM CLEANERS Green Cove December 1. 1963 for 12 ifs c per gallon since both bids were
Springs!, Florida of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent.
i- We give Pub. 11-T. 14. 21. 28, 1963 Monthly report the same and the other bid was late and that Mr. Davis was
Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health.
"FirstHaircut" nice enough to consent to the other bid being opened. Motionwas
ORANGE PARK Monthly report of Florida Division of Corrections:
All Legal Beverages LEGAL NOTICE seconded by Commissioner Huntley and carried.
Certificates re: Inspection of Clay County Jail and S.R.D. CampNo.

Vacuum Sweeper Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. 2753. Mr. J. C. Sapp. Attorney, appeared and presented the
ServiceREPAIRPARTSSUPPLIES Duval County Line ALLHAIRGUTS-$1.00 TAX DEEDS Monthly report of Civil Defense. Board with Petition Map. Resolution and Notice to close two

_. 1M.16, F. S. streets in the A. S. Mann's Subdivision per Plat Book 2 page 4.
North of Orange Park Monthly report of Districit Director of State Welfare:
FOR ALL MAKES Orange Park Barber Shop NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner

Rebuilt Cleaners $10 Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. that H. R. Wiegand the holderof re: Expenditures of County Indigent Funds. Green and carried to approve same and advertise Notice of
up the following certificates has Copies of Letter to State office of Civil Defense:
1708' Hiway 17' location for 15 filed .said certificates for a tax Hearing in compliance with Florida Statutes.
UPHOLSTERING same over years
dted to be issued thereon. The re: Inspection of Surplus property. Clay County

KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 certificate numbers and years of October 1963. The Clerk Resolution for of of old
PH: 2649771Ph. issuance, the description of the 29. presented a closing part

property, and the names in Copy of Clerk's letter to State Road Department: Bellamy Road in Section 8 Township 9 Range 23 East as received -
which it was assessed are as
2649771UPHOLSTERING BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP follows: re: Old Sha-ids Bridge. from Mr. George W. Hall. There being no objections

Complete Auto & Furniture MILK DELIVERY Certificate Year of Issuance No. 2.June I, 1961. Proof of Public dons: re: Lists of Clerks and Inspectorsfor motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner

Description of Property: Special Section: ; also. Ballot form. Moody and carried, to approve Resolution for closing this roadas
Upholstering: Lots 5 & 6 Blk. D Kingsley
W. D. MorrisDistributor Lake Village S/D Sections Letter from Flo*'da Development Commission: advertised.
1400 W. Idlewild Ave.
20 & 21 Township 6
November 8
Range 23E. re: Workshop to be held in Starke. ,
FREE ESTIMATESALL Ph. 284-3505 Name in which assessed: There being no objections and upon motion by Commissioner -

Cove Cove Springs Florida Donald Holmes. I I Mr. R. O. :Mann of Lake Geneva appeared and presentedthe Huntley seconded by Commissioner Murrhee and carried -
WORK All of said
GUARANTEED property being in
Free Estimates All MilkFor the County of Clay State of Board with a Petition requesting that an alley be closed in to approve Resolution for closing roads in GovernmentLot

ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY Free Pick-up and DeliveryHandle Jersey Florida.Unless such certificate x>r certificates Block 12 of Lake Geneva. After a discussion motion was made 9, Section 28 and Government Lot 2 Section 33-5-26:

Any and All of You to shall law be the redeemed property described according -- by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner Green also portion of road in Section 34-4-25 as advertised in Noticeof

Upholstery Needs! in such certificate or and carried to accept the Resolution and Petition when Mr. Hearing.
Archie PadgettOn certficates will be sold to thehlg'hest in compliance with the
HAROLD BAXLEY HOME DELIVERYCALL bidder at the court house Mann had his Attorney prepare same

Kingsley Ave., Just Owner & Upholsterer 21 door on the first Monday in Florida Statutes for advertising.Mr. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee seconded by Commissioner -
yrs. Month of December. 1963. which Green and carried, to approve Plat of North Lake
East of
Hwy. 17 is
EDWIN BAXLEYSon the 2nd day of December 19.3.
Ph. 264-9949 or 284-3166 Dated this 28th day of October. George F. Davis and Mr. Harold Knowles appeared Geneva as received from Mr. Clyde Simpson and having previously -
No. COngress 4-9213 and 4 1963.
Upholsterer yrs.
Orange Park Fla. (COURT SEAL) representing the Clay County Hospital Authority and requestedthe been approved by the Clay County Zoning Board and
E. A. HUMMEL George L. Carlisle. Board of County Commissioners to consider paving Oak County Engineer.
Clerk of Circuit Court of
Upholsterer 6 yrs. Clay County. Florida Street from the Doctors' Building East to Orange Avenue.

TV APPLIANCE Pub. 10-31 11-7. If, 21, 1963 Chairman Wilson stated that this request was in his District Upon motion of Commissioner Huntley seconded by Com-

ELECTRICALAtlas SIGN PAINTING .. and tl&t he would favor this request if the City of Green Cove missioner Green and carried to approve a Comprehensive

( SERVICEWe ,LEGAL NOTICE Springs would provide the necessary right of way if any extra Regional Planning Survey for Clay County for a twenty year

Electrical & Mechanical was required by the State Road Department. Commissioner projection. Commissioner Huntley stated that one Engineer

CompanyWe QUALITY Repair All Brands IX THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Wilson stated that he thought the Secondary Road Fund had Lad advised him that he would make this survey for 2250.00

Servicing Clay CountyFor FLORIDA.: JUDGE CLA1COCSTY.IX PROBATE.: accumulated enough over the Bond requirements to purchasethe and his services could be paid over a two year basis. No actionon

do all types of electrical SIGN PAINTIING Sixteen Years In re: Estate of Primary right of way on SR-100 and other Secondary Road this estimate.

wiring. ELSIE :MAY REED to build this road. After a further discussion
: LEE WARNER Orange Park Ph. 264-9565 priority request Commissioner Green advised the Board that Mr. Louis
Deceased. Commissioner Murrhee to request tlj I
motion, made by
RAY SHIPP 305 Glendening Road Green Cove Spgs. 2814044FULLERTON.S NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo was I McKee County Engineer had recently made a survey and
All Creditors and Persons Florida State Road Department to pave this part of Oak Street
Orange Park Fla. Having Claims or Demands I recommendation: for correcting a drainage problem on SR-218
Owner and
Manager of County Secondary Road Funds and not from the
Against Said Estate: out Clay
in the vicinity of Carl Saunders' home. Commissioner Green
Phone 264-6316 24 X. Orange AI ,-.. You and each of you are hereby
Phone 284-9228 Bond this would not be possible by law as a con-
I I Program as
notified and required to pre- then made a motion to request and authorize the'Florida State
sent any claims and demands necting link between Highway No. 16 and No. 17; after the
which you or either of you may Road Department to correct this problem by lowering the
have against the estate of Elsie Primary right of way foIr SR No. 100 is purchased and other
culvert under the State Road in compliance with Mr. McKee'srecommendation.

I I I [i) L.ftSjf.Si, II F II I @ E IDJh\1 IDJS] II II'M Clay County County May in Reed County, the at to deceased the Green,court Florida County house Cove late at Judge Springs of of his sajd said office of- Moody requests Orange Park and on Highway carried.are completed.No. 17 between Motion seconded Green Cove by Commissioner Springs and seconded by Commissioner. Motion Moody by Commissioner and carried.Green was then

months Florida,from within the time six of calendar the first Mr. Vonnie Lee Craven appeared and requested information

publicaton of this notice Two regarding construction of the proposed Spring Branch road
copies of each claim or demand LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
I shall be in writing, and shall under the Bond issue. Mr. Craven requested til; County to

:state! place of residence and post IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF give back to him the old right of way whicih is now being used
FOR SALE 2 bedroom 6- FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom office address of the claimant, CLAY COUNTY: FLORIDA.
'\ ED Citizens interested and shall be sworn toby the IX CHANCERY TAX DEEDKOTIC when he gives the necessary additional right of way for the
room house with new Fla.room claimant his agent or attorneyand
house Inside
:. newly painted and personally or financially, accompanied by a :filing fee XO. 3736 new road. Commissioner Moody advised Mr. Craven that this

& garage. Asbestos siding.: out, reasonable, large yard ap- in building: a 2-party system of of one dollar and such claim or JOYCE S. BOWMAN.Plaintiff See.IS 1M.1C.HEREBY F.S. GIVEN, would be done; also that the road would be built after the
Priced for quick sale owner pliances furnished. Call Penney demand not so filed Shall be void.
government in Clay County Carroll M. WrightAs I YS. that W. E. Tyre the holder of Randall Road project if Mrs. Williams doesn't give the necessary -
being transferred. TeL Hog- Farms. 5298211. 20tfc administrator With the JAMES RALPH BOWMAN, the following certificates has
under the
gatt GCS 2843849. 10-3-tfc, banner of Barry Will Annexed of Elsie May Defendant. filed said certificates for a tax right of way for paving of road from SR-17 East to West
Goldwater. Needed: workers Reed deceased. '. NOTICE OF SUIT deed to be issued thereon. The Tocoi.
Pub. 11-14. %1. 28. 12-5. 1963 certificate numbers and years of
FOR SALE Beef by the half FOR RENT 2 bedroom and money. Contact HaroldG. THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TO: issuance the description of the
] Pvt. James Ralph BowmanU. property and the names in which After a discussion on tti; C. B. Mosley parcel on the
Hill pro-
house high school bath by mail at Doctors
or whole and pork or will near ; ; Inlet LEGAL NOTICE S. 52568145U. vt was assessed are as follows:

.I butcher chill and cut yours. large yard unfurn., $40 a ; by phone Middleburg S. Army Fort Training Gordon Center Georgia posed paving of grade road from SR-21 East to SR-220. Motionwas
Also smoked sausage. Leroy month. Tel. GCS 2843849. 282-5110. 10-10 tf pWANTED IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Year Certificate of Issuance 90.June 1. 1961. made by Commissioner Green for the Board to allow him

I 103tfc CLAY: COUNTY, FLORIDAIN a suit has been :flied Description of Property: to discuss a settlement price with Mr. Mosley; this money to
Wilson 2844557. 11-7 c CHANCERY: against you in the above entitled Lots 3 & 4 Blk. 10 as Rec.
NO. 3734 cause and you are hereby required in O. R. No. 6 Page 32 Flem- be paid by individual contributions; motion was seconded by
MARGUERITE REBECCACAMBURN. to serve upon 'Plaintiff'sattorney ing Island Estates S/D Section -
Commissioner Moody and carried.
modern ; : whose name and address 38, Township 5 Range
i FOR RENT-5 room house--2 Plaintiff appear 'hereon. your writ- 26E. Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner
defense if to the bill of
ten any. Name In whkh assessed:
tial area 828 S. Fourteenth St. blocks from river on Hibernia HOWARD HOLMES v5. CAMBURN.: complaint in said suit copy of James T Summerall.All Huntley and carried to authorize condemnation suits to be

i Palatka. Phone Palatka 328- Defendant which is dlivered to you here- of said property being In filed on the Hiram Taylor Road. Bartholf Dairy Road and
route 2 miles north of Green NOTICE OF SUIT wth. on or before December 2, the County of Clay. State of
2365. 11-14 21 c Cove Springs. $52.00 month. do house-to-house canvass THE STATE OF FLORIDATO: A. D. 1963.Herein Florida. Russell Baptist Church Road if a settlement cannot be made.If .
HOWARD MOUMES CAMBURN.Railroad fail not or decree pro
Phone 284-3289 after 4:00 p.m. one or two hours a day. WriteP. Avenue confesso will be entered againstyou Unless such! certificate or cer- individual contributions are deposited in Registry of the

FOR SALE-Strawberry plants 1024tfcALL O. Box 578-M, Green Cove. Waretown. New Jersey NOTIFIED bill for of the complaint.THE relief.prayed in the ficates shall be redeemed described according Court for payments to property owners in suits upon completionof
-l\Irs. W. S. Snow. Russell. I YOU ARE HEREBY to law the property -
( 10-17' c that a suit has been filed NATURE OF SAID SUIT in such certificate or trials.
11-14. 21 c against you in the above entitled BEING FOR DIVORCE. certificates will be sold to the
and are hereby required (COURT SEAL) highest bidder at the court house
I cause to serve upon plaintiff's WITNESS my hand and the door on the first Monday in Motion by Commissioner Huntley. seconded by Commissioner -

FOR SALE Two bedroom EQUIPMENT from com- attorney Whose,, name and address seal of said Court at Green Cove :Month of January 1964. which is Green and carried to divide equally between all Volun-
Springs Florida. this 30th day of
I appear hereon. your writ the 6th day of January. 1964.
house good condition kitchen plete Restaurant. Tables 35 ten defenses if any to the bill October A. D. 1963. Dated this 15th day of Novem- teer Fire Departments the $5,000.00 as budgeted by Clay Coun-

Bennett chairs Freezer Deep Frier of complaint in said suit, copy of GEORGE L. CARLISLE. ber. 1963. Commission all bills to be submitted to the Clerk of
equipped opposite i LOST Girl's glasses last which is delivered to you here- Clerk Circuit Court ty :
Under Sink. Refrigerator. Counter before December 16, By: Vivian H. Sohm. George L. Carlisle
School. Nice | with, on or Court for payment. Commissioner Green stated that the
garage Deputy Clerk
I % Thursday between GCS Junior A. D. 1963.Herein Clerk of Circuit Court of
cost.Carey.s .
Register etc. of
Elwood decree Richard C. Gordie. Middleburg. Volunteer Fire Department members had
$,000.11I finance. High and downtown Ferris. fail not or pro Clay County. Florida requestedthat
I on Attorney for Plaintiff
Johnson Phone 284-6652. Res. i Trading Post. Phone confesso will be entered againstyou Address: Bank Building. he express their tHinks to the entire Board of County
in the
I 2843280. 11-21-c Phone after 6 p.m.. Green Cove for the relief prayed Cove Florida Put. 1121. %8. 12-5. 12. 1963
305 South Magnolia (opposite Spring 284-3757.' 11-21 p bill THE of NATURE complaint.! OF SAID SUIT Green Pub. 10-31. 11-7.Springs.14. 21. 1963 Commissioners for the assistance given to them by the Boardof

BEING FOR DIVORCE. LEGAL NOTICE County Commissioners during past years.

WITNESS my hand and the LEGAL NOTICE Motion by Commissioner Huntley. seconded by Commission.
2 Well trained Green Cove
FOR WANTED Old newspapersand I seal of said Court at
Springs. Florida this 12th day NOTICE OF CLOSING OF ROAD er Green and carried the bills were approved and Warrants
Reasonable. Ph.
Bird Dogs. magazines to be collectedand I of November A. D. 1963. PROCEEDINGSTO
IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S; ordered drawn in payment of same will by Warrant
284-4473. 11-21 c sold by Den 1. Cub Scout MAN WANTED to manage and II COURT IX AND FOR CLAY MAY CONCERN:
Circuit Court WHOM IT
Clerk Lists numbered 326 326-A and 326-B which lists
1 Pack 149 of Dunbar High. operate a retail Watkins Routein By Grace :M. Carlisle COUNTFLORIDA.: You will please take notice are hereby
(COURT SEAL) IN PROBATE. tha tthe BOARD OF COUNTY adopted as a part of these minutes as much so as If set out In
FOR SALE Pecans. 25 cents j!Proceeds will go for Christmas this area. Earnings of I Deputy ClerkR. CASE NO. Z84I COMMISSIONERS OF CLAY

a lb. Call after 5 p.m. GCS party for underprivileged chili- $125.00 per week from the very C. GORDIE. IN RE: ESTATE OF COUNTY, FLORIDA,land upon peti- full herein.
Attorney for Plaintiff FLORENCE S. HIPPLE. tion of a qualified owner Sheriff Hall appeared before the Board at this time and
284-3337.' 11-21. 28 c ,dren. Please call Fred Douglas beginning.: Write Mr. McGarity -I Address: Bank Building will at 9:00 o'clock A. M on the
Green Cove Springs. Florida deceased. 9th day of December, 1963 at the stated that he LUd replaced windows of the County Jail and
: GCS 284-9466; will pick up. P. O. Box 627 Williston,i Pub. 11-14. 21. 28. 12-5. 1963 Notice is hereby given that I County Courthouse in Green Cove
have filed my final returns as Spring. Clay County Florida. that the old windows were stored in the Jail yard for disposal.
Yarn Mill) 11-21-tfe Florida. 11-21. 28, 12-5 -
LICENSED REAL ESTATE e.. Administrator cum testamento
l consider and determine whetheror
annexo of the Estate of FlorenceS. not the county will vacate, The Board advised Mr. James Knowles. Road Superintendent.

Rocket SALES City PERSON Office to in work St. Aug-from .:-: : : : I M'l'iIHII": I i I'i' M i M I :"i"H- : I'l'i' I M I"M I ''I i I I I''' ''M 'M !..I-.M-I-M1 I">* If filed. Hippie my petition deceased for; that distribution I have I I abandon the following discontinue streets.and and close renounce to store the windows over at the County Garage.Mr. .

and :for final discharge and that and disclaim all rights of John Larkin representative of 3-M Shmx rave a brief
ustine. Your work will be on December 3. 1963. I will apply I I County and the public in
f AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I1 to the Honorable Thomas J.Rivera. and to any lands or Interests explanation of various Road and Marking Signs for the Coun-
adapted to your best potential County Judge of Clay therein said streets being more ty's use.

. . . . . . . County Florida, for approval of I particularly described as follows:
:: abilities $100 wk. salary plus -..--. -..- ".-.-." -..--.. -. -.. -..--.. ., . . ......-. -..--.--.--. . . . . . t- I I I- .- said final returns and for an Commissioner Murrhee discussed the recent letter from Mr.

liberal commission. See or call II final order discharge of distribution as Administrator and for That street certain in the Florida portion Farm of a Ray Chance. Director of County Civil Defense regarding 1954

Rod Beabout a t Floridian PUIIMTURE: I DRUGGISTS I I OFFICE EQUIPMENTAMERICAN cum testamento annexo of the er's Land Company Subdivision Chevrolet being used by Road Department. After a further
Estate of Florence
Motor Lodge St. Augustine. I, S. Hippie de- according to plat thereof
1 ceased. recorded in Plat Book 1. discussion: motion was made by Commissioner Murrhee, sec-
t EASTERLING PHARMACY AdministratorPub. page 49 of the public records onded by Commissioner Green and carried to sell this car per
Fine Furniture of Clay County. Florida
I 10-31. 11-7. 14. 21, 1963
OFFICE SUPPLY CO. which is bounded on the procedure of Florida Development Commission.
Carpeting Appliancce
Reliable Prescription Service Southeast by Tract 22 and
WILL TRADE in 3 bed- I
equity Complete Home Furnishing the Northerly half of Tract Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner.

room house in Palatka for 5053 Roosevelt Bird. Complete Cosmetic Dept. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner LEGAL NOTICE 21 of the said Northwest plat and by boundedon Tract Huntley and carried to approve Warranty Deed from Bland-

house or land in Green Cove Jacksonville! EV 7-4619 NOTICE OK INTENTION::' ::' TO II and the Northerly half of Ing Farms. Inc.. Earl W. Lee and wife. Olive and R. E. Lee and

Springs. Call 3282365. Cameras FilmsPharmaceutical Specialists In REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Tract Persons 14 Interested of said plat.may appearat wife. Effie Mae. for road right of way In part of Sections 23 25.
II, 11-21 TRAILERS Office Supplies and Notice is hereby given that the the time and place above 31-5-26.
c undersigned under the provisionsof I specified and be heard. 26-5-25 and Sections 30 & .
Pacemakers and Homette Needs Office Equipment chapter 865.09. Laws o Florida I Motion by Commissioner Murrlfee, seconded by Commissioner -
19 will register
Acts of 7. Dated: November 19, 1963
LOST 2-yr.-old part mini- Norris for Travel Sundries with the Clerk of the Circt.it Huntley. and carried! the Board adjourned to meet againin

ature Dachshund! black with Used Trailers-Bank Financing Complete Line of Greeting Court State of in Florida and for, upon Clay receipt County.of THE COMMISSIONERS BOARD OF COUNTY OF regular session on the second Monday of December that

brown markings. Wears Stephens 6017 Roosevelt Bird. 2032 Blandlnr Bird. Cards proof of publication of this CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA. being December 9. 1963. at 9:00 o'clock A. M.
notice, the Fictitious name of /Signed'George L. Carlisle
County Ga.. rabies tag.: BUTTS MOBILE HOMES Inc. Jacksonville >FV 8-0734 FUTURISTIC COINS Clerk Luther Wilson Chairman
2655-57 Jacksonville
Park St.,
Phone GCS 284-3831. 11-21-c 11IS'7S' Pub./Signed/11-21. 28 John 5.D.12.Goodwin 1963 Pub. 1121. 1963 Attest: George L. Carlisle Clerk .J

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