The Clay County crescent
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 Material Information
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: December 19, 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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Sandra Reese Assist- Nancy Novae and John McCall. vice presidents; Carol
( Edward M. Taylor Jr., 16-year-old Clay High School Jr.. Assistant Couny Agent; and
r i Spearman and Jon Stump, secretaries; and Mary Poppell
ant Home Demonstration Agent. ,
senior Orange
Junior, and Mary Poppell, 17-year-old -
of club's highest honor for and Eddie Taylor, council delegates!
Park High were honored on Friday night as the outstanding Mary Poppell, recipient
& members of the County's 1250-member 4-H girls is vice president of her local 4-H club and State Local 4-H judging teams were recognized: for their
Council delegate for the County council. She has been achievements: The land judging team of Ronald Scott

clubs.They were among 84 County youngsters who received active in the project areas of clothing. management read- Sam Cowie. Eddie Taylor, and Gary Wise won the State
She has attended short Land Judging Contest last March and represented Florida
awards and recognition at the annual 4-H Awards ing, foods and Junior leadership.
and has served as a at the International Land Judging Contest at Oklahoma
and Achievement Banquet at the Orange Park: High. courses at Florida State University
School. junior leader at summer 4-H camps for the past three City Oklahoma. This team placed 15th In the contest rep-
resentedby 37 state teams. The Livestock j judging team of
Presiding at the dinner meeting at which more
Patricia Wells 4-H years.Her outstanding contribution to the County 4-H Glenn Ryan Jr.. Charlie Wise. John McCall Mike'
% than 200 persons were present were
't the Murrhee competed In the State 4-H Livestock Judging
Council president; and Jim Booth Boys' 4-H Council program was described by Miss Reese as being in '
I t > s #ck l President. field of leadership. Contest at the Florida State Fair Tampa.

The principal address of the evening was delivered Edward Taylor is County 4-H Council delegate andas Key awards were presented to Rhonda Lowe and
District V Jimmy Booth. The Awards presented by the Cities
by W. W. Brown of Gainesville. State Boys' 4-H a State 4-H Council Officer, representing "
Duval St. Service Oil Company are in recognition of outstanding
a ._ Club agent. Mr. Brown called on allmembers'or the organization comprising Clay Nassau Bradford Baker .
to continue to improve their work within Johns. Putnam and Flagler counties. He has been active accomplishments ,in Leadership. Citizenship, and COm-

the County. in the project areas of electricity automotive soil and munity Service,through 4-H Club work.

{tin 1 Mrs. Margaret Nelson. County Home Demonstration water conservation and junior leadership. He has attendedthe Other awards were to the following:
L AL of Florida for Agriculture, sponsored by International Harvester:
( Agent presented distinguished service awards to Miss Boys' 4-H short course at the University
I Louise Batten principal of the Charles E. Bennett Elementary two years and the summer 4-H camps for three years. In Craig Brooker Victor DuPree. Jimmy: Parley RodneyFrisbee

Edward M. Taylor Jr.. of Green Cove and IVIary Foppell School, for her cooperation and participation addition to being chosen the County's outstanding boy, and Freddy Quigley.
of Orange:Park, chosen from among more 'than 1200 County4H in developing 4-H programs at her school; and to Mrs. young Taylor was awarded two other citations. Automotive, sponsored by the Firestone Tire & Rub-

members as the outstanding boy and girl of the,year, are Raymond Brummitt. of Penney Farms for her serviceas The Banquet the highlight of the 4-H Club year ber Co.. Edward M. Taylor. Jr.

shown .receiving U. S. Savings bonds from Mrs. Walter G. an adult leader in the Penney Farms 4-H movement. was presided over by 4-H Council presidents' Pat Wells Beautification of home grounds. Gail Baker. ;

I Odmn, wife of Orange Park's mayor who was IlL, County awards were presented by George M. Owens and Jimmy Booth. Assisting them were fellow officers (Continued on Page 2, Cols. 7 and 8)

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1 s w ..wA Wreck In Sales and gasoline tax collections In tit County were up The County's industrialization and growth are seen bz

Orangedale sharply last math from October figures; reflecting not only informed sources as "substantually benefitted" by the .planned:

seasonal trends tout'a greatly strengthened economic climate. merger next month of the Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard

i-'U While sales tax collections In the County rose by 25 percent Air Line railroads. .',
[ Two Green
Cove ]!lUng men, both marred 'wtthintEhe past
from the 'previous month and 3S per cent from the year
Jew months suffered serious Injuries when the In which
The Atlantic Coast Line In the County h
earlier period gasoline tax collections soared by a whopping 4S a passengerand -
tffaeywene: Tiding went out of control late Saturday night at the freight station at Green Core and
a3 cent from October levels. .t1a:4': stops" at Orange
-east end of the new St. ;Johzs River Bridge.
Sales taxes collected In the County last month reflect sales Park Doctors Inlet Solute and Allen to PVfc, up freight.

Santa Clan void his seventh annual visit to the yt>unc 'Taken to Clay Memorial Hospital was :Ronnie: Wilkes 21- oft approximately $675OEY8'up approximately $150,000 from All these lie on the main line of. between Washington
seers of Great Owe under the sponsorship of;the'Clay: County :ear-old< driver of the convertible: which is said to have plowed October levels. ,, the ACL
and Tampa t y
Chamber of Commerce last Saturday afternoon. Under across -a.(ditch near the .intersection of State :roads: '13 and 15.7tmng At the same time figures"released{ by J. Ed Straughn' /,,- .. cr: __'- '

cloudy skies, more than 600 youngsters lined up ,beside the 'WUkes, a,bookkeeper&t:: Bank! Green'Cove Springs 'director of the Florida Hevenue Oommiss n?,indicate that gas- Moreover both roads. wV ,.10ng-soaght merger will 1'become -

Qui-Sl-Sana Hotel to receive stockings of candy Ice cream suffered severe face and head cuts. He was married four months .oline tax collections In the county rose from approximately: fact in 30 days barr. ., some court action have active

and cokes. Shown above all the way from Orange Park. ago: ;-to'the:former Jean Gei&er. daughter oI:Mr.' 1Mrs.:: Wayne $35.000. in'October to mme'than 557,000 last month. :and aggressive industrial J''de. opment departments seeking, ioj

ahnost-3-ycar-old Ann Warner daughter of Mr. and Geiger. While the rise in sales tax collections in the County was locate stable industry 1ang their rights of way.

Mrs. Lee Warner screams with delight,:when'she.-gets'a first- about equal: to a 25 per cent:: :statewide rise, gasoline tax collections oJ

in-a-nfetime Siesta Img.,, Betty Ann was three 'the next c1aT.t Taken to St. Vmcents: Hospital. Jacksonville, was Eddie up 063 per cent:: ,lettered tthe state average by more than J. L. Goolsby%(jycy agent at Greta Cove said Initial plans
IKnight,also 21, suffering-from a broken back and lacerations. for the merger,Several '
50 per cant!! I years ago contemplated greater' pass
Young Knight, a bridge tender for the Army'Corps of Engineers
enger fright
Whereas statewide figures reflect seasonal trends, based traffic over the tracks that crow the county:
:atTalm Valley, near Ponte"Vedra.was married about two months largely an tourism, the Voux1 's healthy rise in both categoriesis He \DId The Crescent he had heard nothing to contravene 'thb
to the former Maureen Crawford daughter of Mrs. Irene
t -ago two-year-old pV n,
teas a reflection ai tourism informed observers pointed out'
'Crawford. Members of his 'family said he "would be kept in
than of the greatly iraprovede economy that now prevails. This
-1's:' ; the hospital for several weeks and would then*be put Into :& Railroad officials were optimistic
in torn; ,:is attributed tm'the recent location: in Green Cove of a o
e brace or,cast for six months. through as approved in a 9-2 decision
new industry! which JsTsaTd be putting close to three quartersof
_ Commerce
I S4' As details of the accident: were pieced together later. "It a million dollars annually into local payrolls. the U. S. Supreme Commission Court last has Friday It was pointed out that
f Sales taxes collected sin the County last "month totaled recently affirmed a comparable
:appeared that the car failed to make the curve from the merger and any court action aimed
Orangedale lute into State: Road 16- The car went into -a. $20,22D-up from $1Jt14n October and from 415>B34 In the would almost at blocking the merger

'pI -deep plowed down it:and at some-point- '1Dn& the line. E| year earlier period.State j railroads to be certainly called the act as no more than a delay.The merged
tl tlJUUI1g Seaboard Coastline Railroad will( be
'Knight-was thrown cut of the caLCharles j
the second largest in
I trackage In the nation second only to

"1I 1m received A telephone call at about 11:30 To the Santa Fe. Jf 4
\ i .dock Saturday night askingtChat he send"an ambulance to the -. Prime P
io.;. ... Osborn' vice President and general counsel
of the accident. He went out and picked Knight. j jHe of the
scene up young ACL., told The Crescent that to
the period
l_ look; !him to Clay Memortal. Hospital :and found: doctors already : ACLtodustrial consolidation the
working on Wilkes. At 22 the development staff will be actively engaged In
\*- Promoting industrialization of the CountJ"aMYou"Te
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I A tries -of the family aid:later that WIlkes Tmd thumbed
]Koca: .C....ant Ma. Zsd eie got tome fine industrial sites down
Treeyeard1d1Jdfeq iea there.Mr
,,1 a DIe Into Green Cove In order to send"help: for Knight: whom Osborn said "and .
Kosa, of Green Cove takes a somewhat. dluutlrilHaUward so. fee recognized as seriously IDJ1I cL Times Assessed Value the people of the County an eowa& M
ouractive and
Santa. Jeff, who has gent tfcrosgk lour >Bsajar .*eeattea aggressive cooperation in finding the riaht kind

_ I la as. many nestfe*. any. have tea. Ut but,wa* a* Both boy were reported ax doing 'ax well as can be expected" of industry to utilize trios" .

stoma to gcdlfal sdeaee. Toward a.. .1IMIa.'JrM' shepaaalkk I i at DJdweek. ':. .:'- ApgxBximately: a acres. of: land, Adjacent to Oo3d mod. The Seaboard crosses the County In the

Teddy Boosevetfk: Speak of% ...'carry ,a lit. ] Branch Sate Park arrrwnrl+ for tax:jjuipum' at'a( t tA1lof'[ land. en route from Jacksonville to SUAe: au4ofthe vicinity:o\ JX ui

stfek." .-: :.i'.: $440. wm 'be ,porctoord hy the State: :for approximate $425 ... tfDe..ihe QuPbnsf '
.:- #. -. -- --- _- an acre. ? i atians.-c. '" f-.. ......- -, It' .Dn6a-.Ao. i.TrflOPei'&
rr ::: Offh&is of the Sate eatdoor Trrnmttoi Planning Committee .F' ...;:.:-_-:::: ..t' J;. ,. ..1 ':;r' ,.. : .
said the munfcdj.. -which there, i*:BOW no access byroad .
; _. t' hJ :state,park.win fee used for Additional. campsites at the 1338-ftcre

; Sam letter a retired Jacksonville auto salesman who -

Two More Injured has owned She: property' for 21 7e&r5..Jd the State had been ....

negotiating 3or the property( for several yean. He told Th

Crescent a Keystone real estate dealer two yean ago bad First '

Ty- iwr Mi. and Mrs. Harold A. Searrin. who moved to Btverview: guaranteed bias: in writing; <38.000 for the property& if he Baptist Church

Trialer Park, Green Cove last October suffered severe 3acer- would agree to its development as a real estate subdivision

tions on Sunday when Mr. Searrin apparently blacked out and The property bas 200 feet fronting on Lake Johnson. Mr. '
the car he was driving went out of control In the center of Ritter declined to identify the Keystose realtor. Calls New Pastor

1 Green Cove.G. G. E. Collins superintendent of the park told The Crescentthe
park now has 30-35 camp sites. He said additional camp .A' > ""- ..,.- .. ..
S. Beckman. a cousin of the Searrtos. said he believed L3i. ,
sites were needed.When he was asked why camp: sites could not The First ..
Mr. Seamn. 62 years old. suffered a heart attack or light stroke be developed on property already owned by the State he replied Green Cove has Cbm'chof The new pastor whose name

while driving north on Orange Avenue. The car careened that much of it is inaccessible t and that roads would have to bef called to it* is pronounced Ola-Shay succeed -
pastorate the
ac e fc ; across the street and struck a concrete pole In front of the built He said the Bitter property coma within 40 feet of the. Olachea.Mr. Hev. Joe B : the Rev. A. E. Uadark

4' newly renovated A &P Food Store. He is a retired employe rest zoom area. who resigned last summer. He
of the Studebaker Corp.. South Bend, Ind. Gold Head has three lakes though only one of them is pastor of tne T&mpiana has served as :is schfrfnlfd to take over his

In the cafeteria of the Green Cove Junior used.: Sheeler Lake and Deer Lake, the superintendent Bap. new charge next mnrrtti.
Sunday Mrs. Searrin. 63. suffered severe head lacerations when said tist Church: in Tampa for the
Green Cove Springs YarD.A.7. was have no road access into them. The frontage on Lake Johnson Clayton EL Revels is chairman
High School the she struck the windshield on the impact past eight years. He was
host to approximately 9M of Its employes their famHIea and will be used for boating he said. : cated at Bob Jones edu-j of the church pulpit

guests. Santa distributed to the children bags eontolnlnr The condition of both was described as satisfactory at Clay Mr. Collins could not estimate the number of campers who and Tennessee Temple. committee.

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LeadershipThe Beef sponsored by the E L duPont Co.; Edwin!

\ Baker. Barry Lancaster. Nancy Novae Glenn Ryan and
I Max Wilson.

banquet in, Orange Park last Friday night was billedas Burns the 52-year-old Louisville-born Mayor of i bL Careers: Bonnie Gibson.

the annual 4-H,Achievements Banquet. It may be said with- Jacksonville, is the fourth man to announce his candidacy for Child Development, sponsored by the Florida Medical!

out fear of contradiction that the 85 boys and girls who- were the governorship of Florida.A ,." \ 4A Assn.: Cecelia Imus. Kathy Knowles. Flora Lee Looney
honored form the backbone of the County's leadership 20 years former public relations and business consultant. Mayor I and Ruth Maxwell.

from now. Burns has been five times elected to his present office. Duringhis Citizenship sponsored by the Florida Dept. of Agri-|

stewardship of the city of Jacksonville, it has undergonea culture: Edward B. Taylor Jr.
to call the dinner meeting
And yet it would be very accurae :
redevelopment and renewal plan without Federal aid t ; L
;;:;:;;;;:;:. the George Owens-Sandra Reese testimonial dinner for it is -..: Clothing sponsored by Coats & Clark. Inc.: Rosalee
I that is reckoned at something like a quarter of a billion dollars.In .
Hatcher. Susan Knowles and
to these two tireless and dedicated public servants that we owe t Kenney, Nancy
an address before approximately 10,000 persons at the ,.
this turnout this manifestation of a developing sense of leadership -
Jacksonville Coliseum, the Mayor said: Marcy.Dairy
CI and public responsibility among our youth. v sponsored by the Oliver Corp.: James Doyle.
The government of the City of Jacksonville is unlike any -J
:, Jr.. and Howard Hill.
n Within the brief tenure of George Owens' leadership of 4-H other city government, as it is identical with the governmentof ....'. .
"1 activities in the County the movement has grown more than Florida. With an annual budget of $91.000.000 and with Dairy Foods sponsored by the Carnation Co.: Debbie

five-fold, the scope and direction of its activities has been 4,500 city employees, it can be said that our sound fiscal position Hamel. Carolyn Jensen Lynda Kenney and Marlene
en Radloff.
greatly broadened. has not been accidental. This has been the result of under-

standing and cooperation with my fellow officials and the Dog care: Hank Knox and Sammy Nelson.
is not often born in boys and girls though a
4 Leadership present need is for the same sound approach to be taken at the Dress revue sponsored by Simplicity Pattern Co,
few of them are so obviously born leaders it can scarcely be level of state government. Sherry Bernardini Wanda Hollingsworth and Susan
But in the main it is developed quality, slowly and
hidden. a
"Likewise we cannot limit our just claims of success to our Rivers.
Tl painstakingly nurtured by the likes of Mr. Owens and MissING I Speaker At Clay HighBrother
wonderful financial position wherein the Ciy of Jacksonville Electric sponsored by the Westinghouse Electric Co.
Reese. enjoys the highest credit rating of any comparable city in the .A. Mike Harper, Coy Jeffers, Richard Koza and Charles

ATO In a quiet and unostentatious way they do their job, United States and owes as general obligations only seven and Reymond Thibault The priest does not think Murray.

building friendship and confidence with those they serve. one-half million dollars, which was the amount voted in refer- a priest of the Order of the Northern Rhodesia will undergo Entomology, sponsored by Hercules Powder Co.: Gary

A con They deserve the plaudits of the entire County.I endum by our people on April 3, 1962. Sacred Heart and a missionaryin any of the great problemsthat Myers, Scott Smith and Sharon Wing.
att "No this does not begin to picture this city's success for we Rhodesia for the past eight befell its neighbor. The
Foods and
nutrition, sponsored by General Foods
have developed culturally spiritually and in community pridein before membersof
spoke The
years Congo. Northern Rhod-
I Corp.: Waunell Batton, Cathy Burris, Suzette DuPree and
a manner and to a degree that defies description. It can I the senior class at Clay esians learned their lesson Marsha McCormick.

be said factually that every sinyle undertakinp by this commun- High School last Friday. He there, he says.
Forestry sponsored by American Forest Products,
ity has rsuletd in the fullest success. This is reflected in our
was in Green Cove, with his
otl Inc. Walter
: Raleigh.
I He and his mother returnedto
I support of Community Chest-United Fund the various health mother. Mrs. Albina Thibault,
Massachusetts last weekendand Frozen foods: Rachel Harrington Peggie King and
mat and even to commmunity-owned baseball. All of
programs of New Bedford Mass., as a
Sharon .
bv DUNCAN GRONER he will Post.Gardening
back to Africa
notIng this, coupled with a healthy political climate, has set the stage guest of his brother Albert V.
next month. sponsored by Allis-Chalmers Manufact
Even some of the diehard pessimists are beginning to believe for our determined and fruitful drive to attract new industriesand Thibault, owner of Thibault's
uring : Pat Bryan, Jock Bush Eldon Davies and
cha in our future Clay County's future. substantial payrolls to this Florida city. I Bakery. Artie Mulford.

fro: The soaring sales and gasoline tax collections in the Coun- "Virtually each and every problem confronting our state The 31-year-old priest who
anj today and in the future stems from our tremendous attractiveness Home economics sponsored by Montgomery Ward:
ty last month cannot all be attributed to seasonal trends. They I teaches Methods of English
Sharri Barrie, Marsha Jones Eileen Lorentzen and Patsy
pra to residents. As these hundreds of thousands continueto '
economic situation -
reflection of a stronger
are, in a great measure a and Religious Knowledge at
settle with citizens dilute the quality of Fleet Reserve Patterson.
optimistic climate. us as new
Tl and a more St. Johns Training College in
ernmental services which have We Home improvement, sponsored by Sperry & Hutch
previously enjoyed.
Add to this the imminen merger of the Atlantic Coast we gOV-1 I Northern Rhodesia said that
Line and the Seaboard; and the assurance of high officials of provide a sound fiscal program for their and our needs inasmuch as the nearest phys- Christmas Drawing inson Co.: Stacy Boone, Marlene Foy, Cheryl Knowles and
The solution of this basic problem will be found only Janice Snellgrove.
the new road that "You've got some wonderful industrial sites througha ician in Africa is 600 miles
roseate. sound business approach to the revamping of virtually our'I I I Leadership, sponsored by the Sears-Roebuck Foundation -
; in Clay County and the picture becomes even more away he is often called on to The Fleet Reserve Club's annual -
i J ra--3 And yet at the risk of sounding like Scrooge at a entire tax and revenue structure. The answers to Florida's doctor his students and their Christmas party for underprivileged : Jim Booth. Jerry Mooneyham, Mary Poppell and

Christmas party there is a small and jarring note in this I problems of the future are not going to be found in the librariesor I families. He has delivered,I children will be Carol Ann Spearman.
the lawbooks but rather will be resolved only through sucha t
symphony of optimism hymning our future. three babies and administered at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Poultry, sponsored by Oak Crest Hatcheries: Billy
Taxes our capacity and capability to pay for progress. businessman's approach based on a background of practical aspirin to hundreds of Rhodes-:i Each of the invited children Christmas Norlene Elliott Barry Gemelli John McCall

F Without adequate tax revenues, we cannot begin to progress governmental experience. I ian natives. He himself fell will be outfitted and will be and Joanne Swanson.
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"It will be my purpose to utilize the best minds of Florida'sfinancial I
as to compete. Tax revenues are the instrument of progress, gravely ill some months ago given a toy at the party. Public speaking, sponsored by the Pure Oil Co.: Caroll
and business leaders, along with the practical experi-
the viaduct to the future. and had to be flown to the,I Baker.
has been announced, is prepared to purchase ence of our elected public officials, in the formation of a workI I The night before, at Its regular -.
The State it nearest hospital 600 miles. &
I Recreation, sponsored by John Deere Co.: Janis
able and democratic to state's needs ,
r additional 23-acre tract adjacent to Gold Head approach financing our Saturday evening party
for campsites a away. .sr:
current basis and devoid of the unwarranted issuance of there will Eschuk Chris Manassa and Jon Stump.
be for
Park for than 22 times its assessed value. on a I I a drawing an
Branch State more I bond While the college students Safety sponsored by General Motors: Melba Bryan
programs."I 11-inch television set.
This acquisition will bring the State's land ownership in the I II
grow some vegetables on their Glenda Gillies and Craig McGuire.
County to an approximate total of 80.000: acres of land, 20 percent am a firm believer in the separation of powers between I The club is now conductinga
the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government, I own property, most of the food Swine sponsored by Moorman Manufacturing Co.,
c of the total acreage in the County. Of this total 78,000 membership drive. To be
I and I will each of these branches and staples are trucked in from I Harold Hill, Larry LaFollette and Ronnie Wall.
respect and the elected
acres are in Camp Blanding which is used by the State for eligible, a candidate must have
National Guard activities but from which the State derives an ficials serving therein. of-I Ndola on the Katangan border. served four years on active Tractor, sponsored by American Oil Co.: Buddy Can-
"My platform to be announced at later date, will The 600-mile drive over prim-I' and Merrill West.Achievement. .
annual royalty from the duPont Company. Whether royalties I I duty, the requirement is six ova
paid to the State are in excess of the $20.000 paid by the State complete and sound proposals directed at the attraction of new itive roads takes, he says. 18 years' service. sponsored by the Ford Motor Co.: Pat-

to the County in lieu of taxes cannot be learned. Whether or I industry, tourism, labor-management harmony, highway safety hours of hard going. l tie Kemper. Mike Murrhee. Pat Wells and Gary Wise.

F_ not the State makes a profit on the duPont-Blanding operation I a program for the mentally retarded, agriculture, cattle, drainage

the County is not getting rich on these 78,000 acres and theI I conservation, land reclamation and reforestation; ,fishing. v I

] State's benevolence is. I think, another reason to be thankful industry and senior citizens. <

Tallahassee did not get the federal property at Green Cove I "Uunllke all previous candidates for state office my cam-

which, under State ownership, might have lain idle for a decade. paign, as in 1960 will not utilize the services of county cam-

The point here, however Is that twenty-three and one half ,, paign managers. I refuse to create sixty-seven governors in

acres of land, whose only raison d'etre since the beginning of the state. Instead we have established In virtually every The Bank of Green Cove Springs
time has been to hold the world together, could have been 'I county large committees embracing fifty or sixty persons who I
\ could have been sold for will physically direct and conduct our campaign program. Ours ,
assessed at .a total of $440 and
J times that amount. 22'' will truly be an effort stemming from the peple and our administration -I
will be free of the influence of king-makers and'
This is not,to criticize the County tax assessor who put
( value of the property at under $14.75 an acre. Had I been in local dictators." -

her shoes. I think I would have halved her figure. I Amen. RS1IflTp:}

t But the State under a mandate irom the people, is out to ; eJ:)
:, broaden our recreational facilities and it must be said that '

nothing is too good for the campers who come into the State I

,,( so having paid an annual tax of something like $17 on his Ja H. BlockerFuel

land, the-owner now has a windfall' of 10000. Lucky. Well,

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b And yet in our development, someone must discOVer how Oil Service Join Our
the funds that will be a necessary part of our growth will be .

9. raised. We cannot forever look to the race track funds the I
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later the people of Clay County, the people of Green Cove 1964
I and Keystone and Orange Park are going to have to figure out GCS 283925059vuinu
where they will get the monies that will be necessary to build

1 sewerage disposal systems and streets. Christmas
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i who does not favor and argue for better streets lighting,

sewerage systems, etc. When you tell them what it will cost I Savings
they turn away and begin talking about how cold it was
yeserdtay.St. I -

Johns County has just gone through this as John I e'CIEANIILS Club .

Poster Dulles might have called it "massive reappraisal"Duval.County I 0
is just getting into it. The Homestead Exemptionwont ''I

help and I regret that the Florida Supreme Court has Just \

.strengthened it and that Mayor Haydon Burns, a leading )

gubernatorial: candidate has just endorsed it. I'

Clay County must face up to the fact it will be competing %W4Pr

in the field of top drawer Industry with St. Johns and ALL CLEANING DONE ON THE PREMISES

'Duval and many other Florida areas whose residents have, by I OPEN FOR BUSINESS ___
one means or another reached the conclusion that inorder to All Clothes: ; Next year, you can be ..' )
be competitive they must have something more than charm and pI '
Smart Santa too!
grand people. I' Pre Spotted Mildew Proofed a
+ Moth Proofed Cleaned and tressedNo
If a hunk of land with no road into it can bring 23 times itsassessed JOIN TODAY! :'..,'
value then assessments should be raised or the judgment Extra Charge For t
light. of whomever will pay such a price brought into the lime- FAST SERVICE ; ; .' 'J' -.. ..'"..: -, '..-' 11II1.:......,t At.: "t:,..'

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CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT t This Week's Specials I The County's Oldest

"What Is good for Clay is rood for The Crescent"Jhmcan ,, .

Goldthwaite Groner Elizabeth Leonard Groner 59 MINUTE SERVICE it i- t '

Editor and Publisher Secretary : .,and Largest Bank
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General Manager -'

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CHURCH NOTICE Develettes Ivy M. Wall I Applicants Sought For CG OCS I
I r Clay High ...tIt. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

CHRISTTAV SCIENCESOCIETY I t GIFTS FROM Services for Ivy Marion Wall I College graduates and college For further information,
I i 80 old, who died last
=i VTVIANE WOODARD years I seniors graduating in Januarymay write Commandment (PTP-2),
Cor. E. Houston St. & f
at Clay Memorial
I apply for the Coast Guard U. S. Coast Guard Washington. -
N. :Magnolia Ave. You may proudly give% Hospital were held Friday at
Officer Candidate School class D. C., 20226.
GREEN rwis= SPRINGS gifts from Vivian WoodardJ
Y i : the graveside in Russell ceme- starting February 9.
FLORIDA secure in the knowledg tery. He was a retired farmer
Services held Sundayat +that you have given THE and carpenter and a member of Upon completion of 17 weeks
11 a. m. tBEST. Russell Baptist Church.He training. graduates will be NOTE OF THANKS
Subject: T The well groomed woman leaves his widow Mrs.I commissioned ensign in the -
IS THE UNIVERSE, INCLUDING &of TODAY takes as much Lena Wall; three daughters U. S. Coast Guard Reserve. We wish to express our
MAN EVOLVED BY,. I*,pride in her facial appearance -!.. Mrs. Louise Shedd and Mrs. Those who qualify may fulfill thanks and appreciation for
ATOMIC FORCE? *: as she does in her best t Myrtie Mitchell both of Green I their military obligation flowers kindnesses and the
Dec. 22ndA j.dress and suit. FIRST Cove; and Mrs. Viola McRae through this program. sympathy of friends and neigh-
cordial invitation is extendedto 3 5 CLASS clothes are compli X: of Jacksonville; a son, Emory bors in the illness and deathof
The Coast Guard Officer
attend our services. I x mented with FIRST CLASS I Wall of Langley Force Base,I our loved one. Joo Herbert.
Candidate School is at the Reserve
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q7 Y Cosmetics to match. Virginia; a brother Earl Wall Mrs. Ruth Herbert
s4 S .J $ Select V. W. PRESTIGE:.I I of Palatka; three sisters Mrs.E. Training Center in his- and Family.
toric Yorktown, Va.. on the
Adv. *gifts within your price), E. Geiger and Mrs. Nancy I
:t range to be delivered all gift'si Priestboth of Green Cove; and
Let us make the Christ- .wrapped and ready for YOur .-. Mrs. Al Leverett of Palatka;
mas season Christian. Do 1* to proudly present. J JY 17 grandchildren and 20 great I
not defile the body by taste Take a ride down Santa grandchildren. I NEW AND USED CARS
ing beer wine, whiskey or \ f e 21 Clans lane to 1950 Bland-'. Honorary pall bearers were -
champagne; and abstain I T ing-, M block from San Juan the deacons of Russell Baptist '
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from the use of tobacco in Y for 10% Discount and lucky Church. Active pall bearers ,
any form. Don't forget to 3.chances on drawing, Dec.31 were: Frank Fountain, C. A.f
I X 23rd. JY I I Geiger Park F., Geiger E. Green Cove Springs
pray. I The Clay High Devilettes pictured above are first row left to right: Nancy Boivin, Car- I
MAKE-UP and KISS Geiger E. Wayne Geiger Win-
This space contributed by olyn Pearson. Kay Malone co-captain Frank! Rivers captain. Sherrie Clevinger, Patti :: THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS1963 -
1 %: wit h VivlaneVoodard'sf son Knutsen and W. J. Lane.
The Crescent'to Rivers and Joan Crawford. Second row: Thanna Edwards Myra Farmer Melba Bryan
Y Cosmetics It's funXX Riveria, Loaded
more :!: The Rev. Jack Hall officiated.
the Janet Spearman Jane Ann Harris Elizabeth Daniels and Wendy Jensen. The team is
n that way. 1- Helm Funeral Home was in 1962 Buick. Loaded
Green Cove AVCTU I coached by Mrs.lary Jensen. 4. "A VERY MERRY :XJ charge of arrangements.
I When Better Deal is Made
I Cr__n Photo by Gene Ko-rn CHRISTMAS TO ALL" XY a
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IN GREEN COVENote Santa Claus will visit Orange Two OfficersThe Cotney Tire ServiceCor.

Park on Saturday morn-
( : This is an incomplete listing as we were unable to reach ing. Dec. 21st at 10 o'clock. Bank of Orange Park has Park & King Jacksonville

the ministers of other churches by presstimeJFirst All parents are invited to named Robert E. Hancock Jr..
lieutenant commander USN Phone: !V 9-3027 or EV 4.6491
... ..,.... bring their children to see and
Baptist Church. 11 o'clock SundaY.regular serv- speak with Santa at the Or- ). ret., vice president and Gareth
ices; 7:30: o'clock Sunday evening r G. Mathis cashier.Mr. .
Park I
ange shopping area.
a special program pre- Candy and apples will be Hancock who served TIRE
sented by the Sunday School.
four years at the Green Cove
given to the children with the
First. ".Methodist Church .... 11 o'clock Sunday; sermon: complinlents of the Orange Naval Base is a graduate of RE-CAPPING
"He Will Save His People."j! Park Jaycees who are sponsor- the University of Virginia in RETREADING
7:30 o'clock School There will the class of 1941. His father
Sunday program -t ing this program. '
L- was a Navy officer and he says REPAIRING
: "Where Lies the Holy also be a game given away f
I he has no home except Florida
::. Child. every hour. From the smallest to the LARGEST:
; Come and see Santa in Or- his adopted state. I
First Presbyterian Church 11 o'clock regular services. ange Park. 1 Mr. Mathis a native of I Distributor Miller Tires Autolite: Batteries
7:30 o'clock Monday evening Nashville Ga., was with the I .
Christmas Tree party. Central National Bank of

I I Jacksonville for seven years and inORANGE
Orange Ave. Baptist Church 11 o'clock regular services.
prior to joining the staff of
7:30 Christmas Can- **
: o'clock 'A I PARK
the Orange Park bank several
tata: "Night of Miracles. All residents of Orange

II Park and surrounding areas months ago. Sinclair Station Road Service
Pentecostal Holiness ......... 11 o'clock regular services. are asked to contact Archie Elizabeth Daniels ((33)) sinks a basket for Clay High in Both new bank officers are

7 o'clock a cast of 15 will present -I Padgett ((264-9213)) if they the Orange Park Clay High game last Friday. The Clay I hoping to move their families 195 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264-6121 I

"Miracle in the Manger."] know of any needy children, High Devilettes won by 1 point with the final score 25-24. |Ito Orange Park as soon as they !

St. Marys 'Episcopal-......... 8 o'clock. Holy Communion. I so that all needy childrenin Crescent Photo by Gene Koza ,, can. I

10:45: o'clock regular services. the area will receive toys

11:15 o'clock, Tuesday night i which the Jaycees have

organ recital. been working on for some FORD MOTORAMA

I Sung 11:30 o'clock Eucharist.Tuesday evening. time. -. w .

11 o'clock. Christmas morning. ,...-' .

Family Eucharist. :

FOR RENT: Furnished 4 room .

If FATHER WORSTALL NAMED i I house 109 'V. Cove Street ? r
Phone: 284-9723. 12-19 26-p

The Rev. William Worstall. officer for the County Civil! Celebrates For 's Biggest, Most- Successful Year With

vicar of St. Annes Episcopal I Defense Council. He succeedsthe ,I
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been named Religious Affairs signed. I ---- !
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Deceased. :
} Funeral Home FIED that on the 10th day Of (.
II January, 1964, beginning at 10:00 ..
o'clock A. M at the North door '
of the County Court Housein/
Green Cove Springs, Florida.7 I Totally new instrument panel adds new
CHARLES HELM the undersigned Administratorde u style and driving ease, 70% bigger glove
Bon Non. of the estate of
r. Alice M is Lambert' deceased, will :. t ; ; box. Optional-power steering and air conditioning
Funeral Director : -
I sell at public outcry to the high- :( now available,
est and best bidder for cash the Falcon ..
following described real property 1 Buys .
Phone 8-l-9696 situated in Clay County .
Florida, to wit: :
Lots Twenty-three (23) and .. _
4r r GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA Twenty-four (%f), Oak Ter- ,
r race Subdivision. Green Cove F
HWY. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 445 Springs Florida .", ..
This sale is made pursuant to We Ford
Order of above Court authorizing \ Dealers are completing our BIGGEST
said sale.
t Dated, 1962.this 17th day of December sales year in history and the '64 Fords are _.

/signedCalvin L. Brow '.. .
Administrator de Bonis Non more popular than To celebrate are'
I we
"Accentuate the Positive"Get
{: of Alice the M.Estate Lambert.of Deceased ..." ,.. .

cf cf Pub. 12/19. 26. '63; 1/%, 9. '64 ,'. >. 'offering. money-saving "BIG YEAR" FALCON -


a great big piece of good, shady, country land LEGAL NOTICE ,'I,: \-.Buys on every new Falcon in stock. Come in today America's Choice of 4 transmissions including
only fully synchronized 3-speed
With the old swimming hole nearby The Clay will'County receive Zoning bids for Commission a and let us show you how we will save you more manual. 5 engines up to 164-hp V8.

Tracts from $575. tip. Easy terms. Clay comprehensive County to regional be prepared plan of in on a '64 Falcon! .
accordance wit established .
See Us for your Real Estate Needs planning principle acceptable to.
the American Institute of Planners <;<1' /
the American Society o'
S. E. McKAYKeystone Planning Officials and other ;
professional planning and engin-
eering associations and said
Heights J.lOne173.. ...,.16I plan shall contain the following -
1. Studio aad ..alr__
(a) Geographical setting and
and natural resources.
(b) Populationc

CLAUDE'S' COBBLER SHOP I (( )) Housingd Economye
I ( ) Existing land use and
coning Brand-new grille highlights Falcon
HIGHWAY No. 17 I :2. CoMprrheBxlTc- {" "
y totally new exterior styling Those
NOW SERVING (a) Land Useb
( ) Supporting plans ordinances new bumpers are of tougher
Orange Park, Green Cove, Mlddlelurg codes and regulations. stronger steel. Brawny big-car look!

3._.. and surrounding areas.Thr The completed plan to be submitted -
1 within four (4) monthsof
KlnrM < rvlr* I_ .r the letting of the contract aDd
IIO.: HKI .\IKMK 1 bids shall be sealed and returnedto 71
III'EISG the Clerk of the Circuit Court
for opening later
m than the
-ST"II.IXOI.IGGGK I i 9th day of January, 1964 at 9:09
andOHTHOPKIHC}LAND n.\(: o'clock.r A. M.
(, REP.trR'I.I The Clay County Zoning Com- ,- -
IIOK .''CF.SSORIE I mission reserves the right to reject ;_IiiiI ;
I j any and all bids. -- -- :::; :
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Claude It. Jour, Sr. Ph. :s-I-e&.l1 By: George L. Carlisle ; :e-: Sports Coupe 3 ,
Clerk Circuit Court with standard Six or, { .
,-- Pub. 12/1926. *6SK .. ...,".. optional, 164-hp V-8. ... t .
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STAY IN SCHOOL-- JOIN 'iii NAVAL RESERVE -'..O 1.::, ." ,'..;...',, :.... .. .. .. .. <.-. -. 1

; Billets are open to"B"Recruits far the following Navxf Reserve Units 3

; drffifn fn JaefcwnviDe: ". .-__ j. ALL-NEW64 ,FALCON FAMOUS LOW PRICE!

J 1. Selected Reserve Crew-UJ5J5. English 3. Security Grwrjr "":' We've changed everything but the traditional Falcon economy.There's .

:t' Drill 3rd weekend each month Drill eachMDndar cnuiD: :,'%:31-10:30 smart new, big-car: styling, inside and out. Wider rear tread __ ,

$ 2. 4th Section U.S.S. Ush. .. C. B. Unit 1] : and improved suspensions provide the plushest ride ever built +
4 Drill each Monday eveninr.7:30-10M Drill 2nd weekend .T each month into with Twice
a compact. Save o!l1.sernce -.a- (or 6.000-miIe) -

5. Submarine Section: Maintenance, self.adj stIng brakes, aluminized muffler rust- ? M_'
Drill each Monday evening, '7:3C( 40:30 resistant galvanized underbody parts. Ch
interior-more beautiful-even more
For Ex-Navy Men Billets are open In most Surface Rates in an of the : '" models for 1964.. .J convenient and comfortable. Easy entry
', and exit.BUYS .
ab vc units plus .- ,
: 1. .Mobilization Team 2. Harbor Defense,
Drill 3rd weekend each month Drill 2nd weekend each: month

i For information: CaUor.. come to Room 1, Qui-Si-Sana Hotel Bid;., betweenthe W\fM+ IN FAIRLANES SUPER TORQUE FORDS TOO AT

+ hours of 2 pjn. to 6 p.m. on 23 December 1963 where Navy Recruiters will be ,

5tationed.t .AJ..I.

Jacksonville 1453 Morse Street Florida

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t \\i f,Reporter:',AIRS. ,HERBERT D.' MYERSt Phone 529-8131 tl 1/

I The Myron Morton Bible Class Mrs Ralph W. Nelson gave ness to answer the Lord's

of the, Penney Memorialji a Christmas' Story at the JointCircles summons when ,it came; the t Ip QUANTITY

I Church held ittf' December| < of the Women's Fellow- care he gave his wife in her k RESERVED"RIGHTS .

meeting on Tuesday afternoon, ship of the St Nicholas Park years of failing strength k PRICES GOOD.

December 3rd. The presidentMrs. I Christian Church in Jacksonville those were the best sermonshe THRU 4

Elizabeth Shaffer called on Monday night De- ever preached as far as I ;> ,
on Mrs. Gertrude Post to lead I' cember 9th. was concerned.In .
the devotions. Her message Mrs. Nelson used the story, 1950 he returned to Un'
centered in the coming of the "The Red Glass Bowl" by Mar- America and continued to serve WINN COPT1UQHT-DIXIE -2ffs ,, ; t wi

Wise Men to bring their gifts I garet Jackson. Africa as he could from here. L LI

to the Christ-child. They In 1956 he married one of i ;,'

( came on their long journey Rev. and Mrs. T. S. Cleaver his former medical mission- 'D : *

with faith. They brought most spent Thanksgiving with aries who is the present Mrs. STOR ; ; M

precious gifts of gold, frank friends at Port Charlotte. Springer here today. Their \
incense and myrrh symbolizing Then they visited Mrs. Cleav- hearts were in Africa and they \ .

the most valued posessions, er's sister and husband in Sar- returned there in 1958. He expected FRESH TENDER POLEBeans r j =

prayers, and a cleansing agent.So asota. Enroute home they to live there the rest of

''we must come, with faith, stopped off at the Universityof his days. But since Independ 229EXTRA

and worship the Christ, wit- Florida where they heard, ence came to that land in 1960'

nessing to the generations succeeding the annual Christmas concert conditions have become so difficult -

us the gospel story. given by the men's and wom- because of the Civil -

After a duet by Mrs. Ferris and en's glee clubs together with War that in July. 1963. it LGE- STALK CELERY 10 '

Mrs. Batten, "There's a song in the University Choir. seemed best to return to the

the air", Mrs. Post closed the On the way down they took U. S. A. They were happy in W-D BRAND CHUCK

( worship service with prayer. A :Mrs. Janet Frost who spent their new home at the Memo-

gereous offering was divided Thanksgiving with Rev. and rial Home Community Pen-

between "CARE" and Mrs. Ernest Potter in Lake- ney Farms. Roast 48 QUICK FROZEN

MEALS FOR MILLIONS". land. The Cleavers had lunch Many years ago he told me
t Five members of the class with Mrs. Norman MacQueen. (Mr. Smalley) that if he died

brought tributes to five mem- They also visited Rev. Potter's in America he wanted to be BRAND BEEF SHORT D T U R K E Y S

bers who had gone to their sister and a former parishionerof cremated and have his ashes Broad 8reasfed

heavenly home during the the Cleavers while in Lake- returned to the site of his labors -

year as follows. Mrs. Mary land. :md home of his African R ibs. LB. 3 8 I

Storey for Miss Laura Franz; friends. His wishes are being -

Mrs, Lillian Gregory for Miss Eight ministers participatedin carried out. 17 to 10 to

Stella Coates; Mrs. H. D. My- the beautiful memorial Rev. Gordon Craig pastorof W-D BRAND RIB t

( ers for Mrs. Alice Curtis; Mrs. service for Bishop John Mc- the Green Cove Methodist Lb. 2435 I Lb. 1639

Bennett Curtis for Mrs. Ada Kendree Springer at the Pen- Church gave the invocation. I Roast. 78 I .

Prosser; and Mrs. St. John ney Memorial Church on Friday After the singing of the LB. LB.
hymn "All Hail
Ward for Mrs. Edith Wykoff. December 6th at 3 o'clock the Power of I
Jesus' Name", the Old Testa-
Following the committee reports The Rev. Clarence A. Miller -,
Miss Martha Benson was presided. Mr. Ray L. Smalley ment Lesson was read by the( f II' RnlTI! (( 'I ,..L ""': '* r <: :" 'S ,'<" ;, ,. SK

asked to speak on the work who was a missionary in Bish- Rev. Basil R. Truscott and the I { : ? SHOP EARLY FOR YOUR

i which she carries on with the op Springer's district read the New Testament Lesson was { -- HOLIDAY MEALS ALL STORES ,
by the Rev. J. H. Wagner.
i assistance of some thirty members following statement: :
Next was the prayer by the
/ of the community. 2400 John McKendree Springer CLOSED

garments have been made and was born in a Methodist par-I I Rev. Charles G. Cole. Re-
marks were made by Dr. J.
in Wisconsin in 1873. CHRISTMAS
sent this year, to various orphanages sonage
and other needy From the age of 16, he sup- McLeod. District Su-

places in this country and ported himself while gettinghis perintendent of the Jackson- OPEN TIL 6:30 P.M. DEC. 24TH.
ville District Florida
abroad, including Korea, Iran, education. While he was Confer-
ence. After the singing of the
Hong Kong, Formosa, Lebanon getting his diploma from
hymn "Are Ye Able." the clos-
Hungary, and Latin Northwestern University near
America. Chicago, he worked as a mem-I ing prayer and benedictionwere
given by the Rev. R. H. 1 d
ber of the life-saving crew on p FRESH FLORIDA
The Bible Class contributes Collis.

to several missionary projects Lake 1901 Michigan.In he .went to South Rev. Gordon Craig before Superbrand Grade "A /1 All Flavors Superbrand 50 Extra 3&C Green Stamps

and at this meeting voted to I the Invocation, read the WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
follOwing -
Rhodesia in Central
Africa as .
assist Miss Benson with money verse of a British EGGS ICE CREAM NL P a. FR02N: JSS E.JIWELL:
f In 1905
a missionary. he married
for materials, and funds were! a missionary widow Mrs. Hymn, which was a favoriteof Large : :, Chicken Thighs
given to send three New York Bishop Springer
Helen Emily Rasmussen. They : COOO TMHU DCCCMBCH UNO
children to the Christian Her "How good is the God {
were so concerned that there we REGULAR 59 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
ald 'Camp at Montlawn next *
1 was a large part of the South adore. 2 a 9 49 21"w
summer. Contributions were Our faithful
also voted for Mrs. LillianDickson's Belgian Protestant Congo missionary.not covered bya In unchangeablefriend 1- DOZs' HALF GAL.

work in Formosa,
Whose love is
as great as
they went as far northas
and for ,a, Danish Orphanage|, His power. -
in Lebanon. Mrs.H.E.Everley the then Cape-Cairo built and Railroadwas walked I And knows neither measure & '0'1 > : to.r'"' 50 Extra .''/"Green Stamps

installed the new officers for I or end. WrrH.THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
with African carriers 1500
Ithe coming year. President,i Tis Jesus the first
I and the
Mrs. M. E. Crosby; Vice-Pres.,: miles across to the west coastof I I last.Whose. SAVE 1 100 EACH KRAFT Limit 1 with $5. order or more wsWVE Out FOZCM TKCAOO:
Africa "spying out the land"I Pecan PieOOOD
Mrs. St. John Ward and Miss '
for the work of the Lord and spirit shall guide us
Eva Hoover; Secretary Mrs. safe home. GREON7 EN
,His church. I Mayonnaise QT I ET AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Lillian Gregory; Assistant Secretary -I' We'll praise Him for all thatis 22 d_
I Returning after successful
Mrs. May C. Orr; past. wuv- [
money-raising efforts in the
Treasurer Ass't. Treas.Mrs., Mrs.Amy Gertrude Rice;I United States and Denmark in. And trust come.Him" for all that'sto SAVE 11* EACH BLUE OR WHITE ARROW,

I 1910 they took up the Congo GREEN fTAMPf/ d
Parry. Rev. Craig also read the following -
The concluded mission project. They reached which 50 Extra O..v/:Green
meeting was prayer was foundin Detergentox4& M uvE Stamps
the Capital of a powerful Afri-
with a tea arranged by Mrs.I I Chief. Bishop Springer's Bible: WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
can He agreed for a
George Sutton at which the "Eternal Father of All Mankind -
I I Five
missionary to work in his area GRN
members enjoyed a Christmas as our thought dwells fTAMPo
and asked for a medical mis- SAVE 6* EACH KLEENEX TABLE Hawaiian Punch
Tree and an exchange of gifts.I I upon the vastness the rich-
sionary. In 1914 Dr. A. L. wl uva .
Mrs. Ann Sutton was in charge' ness, the beauty and the
of the Christmas program I Piper and wife arrived some unfolding marvels of Thy Napkins SO-CT. PKG. l lSAVE 19 I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
!500 miles from the railroad, GRCEti
Mrs. Crosby and Mrs. Kisec Creation, including our own ETON V5 5
at the Chief's Capital and
poured. bodies and personalities our
I worked there for 40
one bt their daughters years and- minds are lost in wonder 10K2 love and praise.

Miss Edna M. Beyrer who husband. Dr. H. D. Hardee of "In response we are movedto J00 GREfTAMI Aw 50 Extra*"W Green Stamps
Tampa are present with us in 2 25 >f
was formerly a resident of the
t reaffirmed dedication of
Memorial also
MHC and who has been visit- Service all our resources of body u...
their two daughters, Dorothy OMC FKOZCM Fo' DO.UXK
ing us for a couple of weeks, mind and soul that Thou

is now living at the Army Dis- I Ann 9 years and Ruth Ann mayest work in and through SAVE 15?!, SHORTENING Limit 1 with $5. Food Order GREF.ASTAMr Pizza Pie
taff Hall in Washington. D. C. years. each and all of us that whichIs +b GOOD THRU DCCCMBCR UHO

This Hall is a retirement home John M. Springer felt that well-pleasing to Thee to AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
built by friends of the Army I he was led by the Lord in all whom we heartily render all Crisco 3 LB. CAN 68 ? w u 24 4

for widows sisters mothers of! these years. He felt he was honor glory and praise .

retired commissioned officers I confirmed in this belief when through Jesus Christ our GRNfTAMR6 ./ ifillWSmCV13HKVlSSWVwW f4kl9nnBin
and retired Army nurses. | he met an Xian who was a Lord. Amen." ffiiH3im aaiW jiMll M* -\

Army Distaff Hall is beautifully -': freed slave who told him he Green *"
.' 50 Extra Stamps'
I located at the edge of i I had prayed 11 years that an The Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Hig- i :; WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
Rock Creek Park about two Xian Missioary might come to by were hosts last week to Mr.
miles from Walter Reed Hospital these his people. I and Mrs. George Owl. For the
I i I The Africans through the Grape Drink
and the same distance winter months this couple ._
from Chevy Chase Circle. :I!I years have called the mission I leaves their OWL'S NEST" :..... :...... GOOD TMHU OKCCMSM XXNO

It is a 4-story brick structure'I the "Springer Mission". Thereare : high in the Smokey Mountains Pillsb AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
now 5 main stations with 23
near Cherokee. N. C.
with three hundred apartmentsof
'hundreds of smaller preaching I BEST
Recently Mr. Owl elect-
various types. Residents I was :
places schools and medical ed National Commander of the, : "X. / ... :
purchase their apartments and : -
w1 :. ...... .
h( dot
centers with thousands of ,
pay a monthly maintenance "Wildcats Division of ; i HED _
professing Christians. Many. Veterans of World Wars No. -1 : I11DD!I I B'
fee the cost depending: on the many of them know John i and No.2; also Mrs. Owl FLQ vx_ "- 50 Extra avr Green Stamps]
type of apartment selected. was ..: WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
McKendree .
The building is complete with Springer as'elected as president of theWomen's VACUUM PACKED '
"Grandfather". j J CMC 2s-ot PKO CACKiM GOOD BIOFamily
dining room kitchen;, infirmary Auxiliary of the.
,, recreation .room t ,spa 1 Taylor University and hisI i I"Wildcats" Astor Coffee i Gr. Sandwiches

cious parlors etc '. 1 1 I Alma Mater Northwestern ij i After brief visit with other 0OOO TMHU DCCKMBM UNO
University recognized his work: friends in Florida. Mr. and PILLSBURYS AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Food is handled by a Food
by awarding him the D. D. Mrs. Owl will go to their winter 26 jss.
Concession breakfast and
and L. L. D. degrees. I home in Norman. Okla. Mrs. VLB CAN
lunch served cafeteria style
In 1936 he was elected Bish-,Owl was formerly head of the FLOUR
and dinner a seated meal SAVE 10* BEST
served by colored men waiters.All op of the Methodist African i French department in the University -
work South of the Sahara -' of Oklahoma.The .
but forty apartments have Liberia. Belgian Congo and MAXWELL HOUR E Save 10 5-LB. Extra 3tf Green Stamps
well equipped kitchens where wmi THn 3DUPON AND PURa+ASE1LB. ofW3i
the 'two Portugese Colonies. preacher at the Penney i 4 r
residents may prepare their That work entailed a great Memorial Church worship Coffee BAG ONE :3-COUNT BOBifferii &
serv- CAN
E own meals if they wish to do 39 .
deal of travel under difficult ice at 11 o'clock next Sundaywill SAVE r
so. I I! Limit 1 with $5.00 food
conditions. He reached retirement be the Rev. R. G. Kortel- OOOD TNRU ....
KNOLL HOUSE, beautiful 20
a age in 1944 but { order or more AT ANY WINN DIXIE
stone mansion located on helped a great deal after that ing.Cheryl Hutchings. of Green 27

the grounds when they were because of the 2d World War. Cove as guest soloist at the (Limit 1 with $5. order or more.) _

purchased. contains the library His first wife died in 1949.
I I I Penney Memorial Church last
parlors for private parties -I i I We (Mr. and Mrs. Smalley) Sunday morning sang "How

living quarters for the were with them in those last, Great Thou Art"by S. K.Hine.

assistant superintendent and years. The way they looked She is a granddaughter of N.P. _. Win Dixie Store Inc.;
L guest rooms. I ;
r I I I death 'squarely 'in the face;i Catchpole. of the Bank' of :

their readiness and fearless- Green Cove. 150 NORTH PALMETTO GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA

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PAGE SEX .. :I'. .___ u _..._ .' __ 'THURSDAY. DECEMBER 19r 1967

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fir, : To telephone news items, or for other purposes.
I I ftro'u ettrn :1.L: Green Cove and Penney Farms subscribers

reeu i;' call GCS %843166u

4 n. .aio Orange Park. Mlddlebnrg and Jacksonville

FiQ subscribers can 264-6751

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!I St. Johns River I Clay County ServicemenArmy I

Shop In Clay County I The First Presbyterian Church

[College Dean I r t
Capt. James P. Smith! visor with the 641st Aircraft \a Magnolia Ave. at Gum

I St. Johns River. Junior Col- whose wife Mrs. Genevieve Control and Warning Squadron L

i lege's Dean of Instruction,. Dr. Smith. lives in Green Cove. has in Labrador. Green Cover
i 4 iI i been assigned to the Army r
Edwin Price. has been named I -
to the Executive element of the U. S. Military I r ., Morning Worship 11 o'clock
I Committee of I II PFC Herman L. Gurr. son of
I II the Southern Association of.. Assistance Advisory Group in Mr. and Mrs. Julian M. Gurr. .
I I I Church School 9:45 o'clock
Vietnam. Capt. Smith who en- :
Personal Secondary Schools and Col- of Green Cove has completed I I
leges. tered the Army 10 years ago. is
I a five-week helicopter main- VISITORS WELCOME
.. I a graduate of the Pulaski Va...
tenance course at the Army
t Dr. Price has served as deanof high school. fo
Aviation School. Fort Rucker,
the college for five years.
I "
Ala. The 19-year-old soldier en-
Portable Before coming to St. Johns he machinist's +:-: Ho'o'Ho'o'o'o'- o'o'o' -:---H-o'--o'-o' --.e.-.e.-
I Larry Baker tered the Army last July and >
served as registrar at Athens
mate third class USN son of completed basic combat train-
I College. Mrs. Bertha Baker. of Green ing at Fort Jackson. S. C. He 5: In Memoriam ;:

I 0 TV I Dr. Price received his B. S. Cove is stationed at NAS, is a 1963 graduate of Clay 1

'frt I I an masters degree at George Lakehurst. N. J. Before entering High School. -I-. In memory of J. J. Brock, husband and father. who .*,.*

Peabody College and his doc- : service in 1956, he attendedthe -- :i: passed away June 28, 1963. 4-:
i ti
Grundy Va.. high school. X
torate of
at the University William H. senior
.r. Though his smile is forever..
; gone
of Florida.Dr. chief aviation fire controlmen.I 3.X
:i: And his hands you cannot touch; :
$9 9 .95 Price's appointment to Wayne A. Smith son of Nor- USN, husband of the former .
+: We never lose our memories {-
Model No. M110Y i the Executive Board will be' man W. Smith of Green Cove Edith A. Avant of Green Cove.I : Of one we loved so much. ;F
for a threeyear'term.. has been promoted to master was promoted to his present
I 1 i. Always generous, always kind :XX
Weighs: Only 12 Ibs. I I sergeant in the Air Force. He rate November 16 at the Naval I|:::.:: Another like him well never find; :::

G :Months Parts & Service Warranty I 1--- _-is-a-_telephone_n -- -exchange- super---- Air Jacksonville.Technical Training Unit i': A gentle man has found his end. ]:i:
A graduate of :!: He died as he lived, everyone's friend. 3:

Green Cove SocialsRep. Andrew Jackson High Schoolin .i'. .T.
Jacksonville he entered the : Mary Brock and children .

SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE CHRISTMAS TREE service in June 1647. I..1:-: :-:-: : -: -:-X-:-W-X-:X-:-:..:-: :-:-: :- : : -.e.--- : : v..
Mrs. J. J. Brock returned and Mrs. S. D. Saun-' -
P last Saturday from Bradenton ders last week attended a din-
Til where she visited her brother- ner at Raiford State Prison I
8. I V : in-law and sister-in-law Mr. honoring the State legislative Machine

f e B i and Mrs. J. H. Brock. delegations from Clay, Brad- Washing Repair

ford, Union and Baker coun-
X .
I r I{ It's a Radio
; Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks ties. Mr. Saunders. who was
Ci ;> '. c It's a Clock
I returned 'recently. from a triptti : one of the principal speakersat
6/ It's A TV ABC TV Furniture Outlet
v Ft. Laudredale.Mr. the dinner. is a former -
Turns TV On-Off .
Committee on Penal Instiu-
i Turns Radio On-Off
q r ; rz'. and Mrs. W. B. Lucas I chairman of the Legislative 1500 Idelwild Avenue Green Cove Springs
r.c, # : ,, Clock Alarm will spend a day this week in 1 tions and is now serving as its I J
It's Own Antenna
: r Leesburg. with their daughterand I vice chairman.
r ; Earphone Attachment. son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.' .:-:-HHo'Ho'Ho'HHJ.P.H-+-HHH : : : : : : : e.-H+: : : : : : : : : : : : : : I : : :
So Not to Disturb Others 'I

t k.; 6 Months Parts Service :Miss Ruth van der Maatenis CONCERT SET =!: MAS. IF THE RECEIPIENT DOES NOT NOW RECEIVE THE

Model No. M180YWD 1-Yr. Pixtube WarrantyALL spending the Christmas holidays Chorus Clay High''will School hold its Band annual and ; CRESCENT THE PRICE.. UNTIL DEC. 24, IS $2.50 FOR ONE

FOR ONLY with her parents the Rev. Christmas + YEAR; $4 FOR TWO YEARS ONLY FOR THOSE WHO ARE
concert at the Jun-
and Mrs. C. E. van der Maaten.
ior High School auditorium on i

i 95 December 19_ a.7:30 ot'clock. ..... _
NO PAYMENTS TILL MARCH 1964 $ 1 49. BIRTH. and ANNOUNCEMENTMr. Mrs. Hervey Robin- entirely This program of Christmas: will music.consist +H : : : : :-i : .-++-HHHHH.: : : +-H-."'+'HHHHiH: : I I I : : : : "

son., announce the birth of ada'ugh'ter"
Admission is 50c for adults
I Nora Elizabeth,
and 25c for students.
weighing 4 Ibs.,. 9 oz., on De- I
cember 10th at St. Vincent's i

U MARYS THRIFT The: Green Cove Springs Order ',
t : SHOP TO MOVE I of Rainbow for Girls will .4 4.-

I After Jantuary 1st St.: hold their annual Nativity

Mary's Thrift Shop, which is Scene on the law of the Quit -
I i now located on Magnolia j Si-Sana, on Monday evening
Street will move to new quar-! December 23rd at 6 o'clock.

I I ters on Walnut Street. in the I

24 NORTH ORANGE AVE. GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA building formerly occupied by ... -
PHONES: GCS 284-4044 or OP 264-9565 Dr. Malone across from the: 4
FOR SALE Beautiful regis-
-ev I I City Hall. tered male and female Boxer -. '

puppies Call GCS 2843159.

12-19 tf c:,

In one beautiful RAMBLER CLASSIC 6 or V-8 package- I :" G : :

FOR SALE-Let a professional
horse trainer do it. Horses <

broken trained gentled. Shoeing -

,. foot trimming and clippingthe ;, I
way you want it done by [t
two of the best from down

r. Mexico way. Joe Stoddard and

:.i. Charles Davis now training I ..gaa
horses Brown's Barn.

Trained horses for sale.Ve '

., board buy and trade horses. .l.r. #
Brown's Barn. one mile northof 4

k B L E kNew Green Cove on Highway 17.
I 12-19 cCLAY
f LI


Phone 284-6711

Monday thru Friday Two
Shows each evening
11 Rambler Classic 770 hardtop one of
1 24 models in 3 exciting 64 Rambler Series: I 7 & 9 p.m.
American...Classic 6 or V-8 Sat. & Sun. Continuous
... Ambassador V-8 From 2 p.m.
the Pick of Santa's Pack
.. No. 1 in compact car sales-Rambler leads because Rambler listens Wed. thrn Sat*. Dee. 18-21


I I II starring Elvis Presley phones lighten work all through the house, all through. the year
new excitement..Wg 6-footer room..standout pe armance..ya ue features

I r .....'- I Sun.,. Moo. Tues.. The little, light-up Princess phone, lovely in any of five colors
Dec. 22, ,23 & 24
I,f 4 .tl saves space at bedside or chair-side. ,
The desk set saves time and steps in den or family room any room
starring Red Skelton -
t and where your family makes and takes calls. ; ., '.

a .' _- I LAST WOMAN ON EARTH The bandy wall phone hangs out of the way in kitchen or workshop, ffmakes

k -- phoning more convenient.To .
{ )
t J.!
; Wed., Thnrs. & FrL
order your Christmas extension, just call the Telephone
GET STRETCH-OUT ROOMINESS I Solid comfort GET SNAPPY 6 or V-S PERFORMANCE plus GET EXTRA VALUES at no extra cost,including Dee. 25, 26 27 Th Company Business Office or ask your telephone man.
:I for 6 big adults. Yet the Rambler Classic famed economy and plenty of go for safe Deep-Dip rustproofing, DoubleSafetyBrakes HOOTENANNY HOOT *
6 or V-8 is trim outside for easy handling. passing. Choice of Classic 6 or V-8. Advanced Unit Construction. starring The Brothers FoUl '

Southern \ F3ellr;

Christmas Eve, Dec. 24

2 P. M (one showing) : fII9l//dJ 1M fiiiJ.t
-*- Given by Bank of.
: smart sanfas shop in phone/and
I Green Cove Springs

I Watch the Danny Kaye Show on CBS-TV. Wednesday evenings. 10:00 P. M.


11 I 1 II




26.In .
re: Estate of
4 4M deceased.

To All Creditors and Persons
Having Claims or Demands 2
against said Estate:
You and each of you are
hereby notified and
required to
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS TRADING POST present any claims and demands
which you. or either of you ..
may have against the Estate of

late of said County to the
County Judge of Clay County
& JOHNSONENGINES SELL TRADE Florida, at his office |fin the

REFRIGERATION Three locations: Green Courthouse Cove of Springs.said County Florida at
15 E.Palmer St.,Ph. 284-3280 within six calendar months frorr 4 a
CROSBY BOATS the time of the first publicationof
SERVICEAIR Warehouse & antiques-old I this notice. Two cooler of
EE-ZY TRAILERS each claim or demand shall be
Gym Bldg., S. Orange Ave. filed in writing and shall state

CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE "BIG TOP" tent-Blanding the place residence and post
REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR office address of the claimant,
Blvd. at Ridgewood and shall be sworn to by the
HEATING SERVICE Hwy. 17 Orange Park claimant his agent or his attorney -
Furniture and appliances at and shall be accompanied
9 S. Palmetto Street Phone CO 4-9835 by a filing fee of one dollar, and
bargain prices 8tfc any such claim or demand not '
Home Phone 284-9780 so! filed shall be void.
sMrs.. Ann M. Harrison.!
Business Phone 284-9581 BEVERAGES As Executrix of the Last
Will and Testament of Blue Devils
HAIRCUTS Grace deceased.Althea Page

Pub. 1212. 19, 26, *63 1-2, 64. C ryF
We give I The Clay Hi Blue Devils were

"FirstHaircut"Certificates at their best last Friday night

Legal Beverages LEGAL NOTICE when they put on a beautiful

We Repair All Brands Open 8A.bI.to1A.M. .. ..."_ ,.. -,. --' .. exhibition for a packed crowdat

Servicing Clay IX THE CIRCUIT" COURT" OF the Clay HI Gymn. They
CountyFor Duval County Line ALLHAIRClTS-$1.00) THE FOURTH JUDICIAL Edward M. Taylor the year's outstanding 4-H boy in the County presents the 4-H stampeded the Orange Park

Sixteen Years CIRCUIT IX AXD FOR Key Award for leadership and community ervice to Jim Booth last year's "Outstanding
North of Orange Park CLAY COUNTY. FLA. Raiders by a score of 66-27.
Orange Park Ph. 2649565FULLERTON'S Orange Park Barber Shop IX CHANCERY NO. 3700 BOy
SOUTH BROOKLYN The starting lineups for both
Hrs. 8:30 to SAVINGS BANK
a.m. 6:30 p.m. teams were:

UPHOLSTERING same location for over, 15 yean a corporation.V8..
LOIS M. LEMIUEX a/k/a Devils Raiders
24 N. Orange Ave. KLNGSLEY & HIWAY 17lnLK LOIS M.
LEMIEUX.Defendant. 1. Parker 1.

Green Cove Spgs. 284-4044 BAXLEY'S' TRIM SHOP TO: Lois NOTICE M Lemiuex OF SUIT;a/k/a rvY 2. Goolsby 2. Jackson

DELIVERY Lois M. Lemieux ''. 3. Meaders 3. Weaver
& You Lois M.\. Lemiuex >
Complete Auto Furniture also "\
I 4. R. Rivers 4. Hanson
UPHOLSTERING known as Lois M. Lemieux are
Upholstering W. D. MorrisDistributor hereby notified that a complaintto 5. Hodge 5. BarthlowIn
1400 W. Idlewild Ave. foreclose a certain mortgageof
the following described :
FREE ESTIMATESALL Ph. 284-3505 to-wit: property : the first quarter the Devils -

Cove Cove Springs Florida Lot Twenty-nine (29), Block .. jumped out into the lead
Free Estimates All MilkFor Unit Two (2) according to by a score of 104. In the sec-
'11 ORANGE PARK Jersey plat thereof, recorded in ond quarter they increased
Free Pick-up and Delivery Plat Book 6, pages 12 and f)
UPHOLSTERY 13. of the current public their margin to 27-14 and
I.j Handle Any and All of Yow records of Clay County.
Florida, stayed in the lead the entire
Upholstery Needs!
Archie PadgettOn HOME DELIVERYCALL has been filed against you and game. After halftime the Dev-
HAROLD BAXLEY you are hereby required to servea
Kingsley Ave., Just copy of your answer or plead- \ ils had their best quarter,
East of Hwy. 17 Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs. ing to the complaint on the -- -, _. scoring 22 points to the Raid-
EDWIN BAXLEYSon plaintiff's attorneys. Marks. r------ ;s.
264-9949 or 284-3166
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 Gray. Yates. Conroy & Gibbs. I $ ers 7 which gave them a 28
and Upholsterer 4 yrs. 231 East Forsyth Street Jacksonville I b lead.
} point In the last quarter
Orange Park Fla. E. A. HUMMEL Florida, and file the 4
original answer or pleading in p Ar v.toft.J Clay Hi scored 15 to Orange
Upholsterer yrs. the Office of the Clerk of the CJ tffA l
Park's 6
to the
Circuit 1 totaling up
Court in and for Clay to 1't'tW
LEGIL NOTICE County, }Florida on or before 1 md1 t\t1St. 7t,' final score 66-27. Clay Hi over
ELECTRICALAtlas the 30th day of December 1963. L
SIGN PAINTING I If you fail to do so. Judgmentby .-. l t.'c ntt Ft the Raiders.
default will be taken againstyou 1t.'I "
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME for the relief demanded In L' 'r ; "i -' The high scorer of the game
Electrical & Mechanical the complaint. This notice shall of- was Robert Rivers, who made
'- wJi.
Notice is hereby given that be published once eaoh week for .M
CompanyWe the undersigned under the pro- four consecutive weeks In the ---'- _>>J, ..,..of.;:!_'III.... .. ->-_:.".,,,' 14 points and plays right for-

of visions Florida of Acts chapter nf 1957.865.09.:' will Laws register Clay County Crescent. ward for the Devils. The second .

do all types' of electrical SIGN PAINTIINGLEE with Court the in Clerk and of for the Clay Clrc'a" Green DONE Cove AND Springs.ORDERED Clay County. AT- As Goerge Owens assistant County Agent reads off 4-H citations the County's" 4-H high scorer was Henry

wiring WARNER County. State of Florida upon Florida this. 21st day of leaders preside at the speakers' table. They a re, L to r.: Nancy Novak Mary PoppelL the Meaders a 6'3" center also

receipt this at notice proof, the of publicationof Fictitiousname November. 1963.George L. Carlisle year's outstanding 4-H girl Patricia Wells Mr. Owens Jim Booth (obscured behind Mr. playing for Clay Hi. For the
RAY SHD7P 305 Glendening Road
of Clerk Circuit' Court Owens), Edward M. Taylor Jon Stump and John McCall. Raiders Eric Hansen had the
Owner and Manager Orange Park Fla. J. Q. TIRE SERVICE Clay County, Florida. A
SignedJesse Quigley Jr. By: Grace M.-Carlisle. Crrmrfmt Photon By r.rmr Korr best night scoring 9 points.
Phone 2849228FOR Phone 264-6316 Pub. UU:. 19, 26, 1963 Deputy Clerk
.I.. ..... __. .. Pub. .11-28. .12-5.. -..12' .19, 1963 -

Y County Commissioners' Minutes ICLAY


II I LEGAL NOTICE : COUNTY Bond. Mr. Austin T. Drlnkwaater as Principal and The Fidelity
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME!:, Casualty Company of New York as surety in the amountof

Notice is hereby given that the I 1000.00..
i I undersigned under the provisions I Monday December 9, 1963
I of chapter 865.09. Laws of Florida I 9:00 o'clock a. m. Motion by Commissioner Moody seconded by Commissioner

SALE 2 bedroom 6- FOR RENT Nice 2 bedroom Acts of 1957. will register Green and carried to deed
: FOR RENT: FurnLihed: 4 room with the Clerk of the Circuit accept for part of Pine Street of

r room house with new Fla.room house newly painted inside and house. 109V.. Cove Street. Court in and for Clay County The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met Conway Subdivision as recorded in Deed Book 106 Page 134,
State of Florida upon receipt of in regular session in the County Commissioners' meeting room Public
& garage. Asbestos siding. out, reasonable large yard appliances Ph. 284-9723. 12-19. 26, p I| proof of publication of this Records of Clay County from M Q. Conway.

Priced for quick sale owner turnished. Call Penney notice, the Fictitious name of in the Courthouse on the above time and date. Motion by Commissioner Moody seconded by Commissioner
FOR RENT = 2-room furnished WESCOTT TRAILER PARK The meeting was called to order by the Chairman. Hon- Green and
being transferred. TeL Hog- carried to execute right of
Farms 5298211. 20tfc I /Signed/ :Mrs. Hattie Mae Biddle way Contract. Plat and
gatt GCS 284-3849. 10-3-tfc apt. near GCS Jr. High.I'I Pub. 12-19 26. '63 1-2. 9. '64 orable Luther E. Wilson. Other members present were LouisL. Resolution on Section 71560-2602. SR-S-315.

Lights and water furnished; Huntley District 2. Marvin Green District 3. O. J. Murrhee. The following
monthly reports and letters were read and
FOR SALE Two bedroom FOR RENT Three 50x120 $40 a month; extra bedroom District 4 and H. E. Moody District.

available at small cost. Call LEGAL NOTICEIN The devotion was given by Mr. Paul Johnson of Penney filed.Monthly
trailer lots.
foot Shade patios
house good condition kitchen report of County Judge re: Fine &: Forfeiture Fund.
and water. Butcher's GCS 284-3553 or 2849727. j Farms Memorial Home. Monthly
equipped opposite Bennett t city report of County Agent.
12-12 tf c THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The minutes of the last regular meeting of November 4.
Trailer Park U mile South Monthly
School. Nice garage Under I THE FOURTH JUDICIAL report of Assistant County Agent.
Elwood of Hilltop Oakridge. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA 1963 and the Special meeting of November 19. 1963 were Monthly report of Home
7000. Will finance. on FOR SALE-1960 Corvair. 700- 'I IN AND FOR CLAY Demonstration Agent.

Johnson Phone 2846652. Res. 12-5 12. 19. 26 p series; Sacrifice $750 cash. COUNTY.IN approved as read. Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent
CHANCERY. NO. C-3877 Mr. J. C. Sapp Attorney appeared regarding closing of
305 South Magnolia (opposite Call Lee Warner Orange Park In Re: PETITION OFPHIL Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health.
roads as advertised. After a discussion and there being no objections -
Tarn Mill) 11-21-tfc WANTED TO RENT with 2646316. 12-19 c ,i! Z. STRATTON Monthly report of Clay Soil Conservation District.
NOTICE I motion was made by Commissioner Huntley. secondedby
possible option to buy modern TO: WALTON RAYMOND Letter from Mr. J. A. Brewer District Engineer Florida State
I Commissioner Green and carried to approve Resolution to
3 or 4 Bedroom House in Green LEGAL NOTICE WRIGHT Road Department; re; to release of part of old SR-16 and old
FOR SALE OR LEASE-Shir- RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU close two streets in A. S. Mann's Subdivision per Plat Book 2 Shands Bridge
Cove. P.O. Box 433 Green ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
ley's Truck Stop on Hwy 21 NOTICE OF SALE that the above-named Petitioner Page 4. Public Records of Clay County. Also upon motion of Letter from Mr. John Phillips
tfc Chairman.
Cove. 12-5 Florida
one mile S. of Middleburg. Notice is hereby given that PHIL, Z. STRATTON' Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner Moody and State
pursuant to a Final Decree of has filed a petition In the above- Road Department re: old Shands Bridge and part of old SR-16.
Pumping average of 12,000 Foreclosure entered in cause styled court for the adoption of carried to close pert of a street in Florida Fanner's Land Motion by Commissioner
Moody seconded
gals monthly. Must retire due PERSONALI numbered 3699 In (Ithe Circuit the minor child named therein by Commissioner
Company Subdivision per Plat Book 1 Page 49. Public Recordsof
will not be responsible foraDJ' Court of Clay County. Florida. I PHYLLIS JEAN WRIGHT anc1 Murrhee and carried the bills were approved and warrants
to illness. Phone Middleburg, will sell the property situate Ir : you are required to show cause Clay County.Mr. drawn in payment of will
I BUtler 29250. 12-12-tf c debts except those incurred Clay County, Florida, described why the same should not b< Drake same as appear by Warrant Lists
Simon and Mr. appeared regarding proposed
serving a ', numbered 327 327-B
as: granted by copy o 327-A and 327-C which lists are hereby
by myself. Lot Nineteen' (19), Block your written defenses If any County Comprehensive Survey to be made for Clay County.
Ronald E. HendersonPO Six (6). MEADOWBROOKUnit I upon SCRUBY & YONGE. Attorneys I. adopted as a part of these minutes as mush so as if set out in
,l FOR SALE 1955 Ford Sta One (1). according to for Petitioner 305; Great After a discussion a copy of the requirements were presented to full herein.
Box 4. Middleburg12.12,19,26&1.2p Plat thereof recorded In Plat Oaks Circle. Orange Park. Florida I
lion Wagon radio heater. Mr. Simson for future study.
Book 5, pages 7 and 8. of the I and by filing the original Sheriff Hall appeared and discussed the proposed additionto
Reasonable Call 2849327. current public records of thereof with the Clerk of sale Mr. Ray Chance. Director of Civil Defense for Clay County the County Jail for Juveniles. Sheriff Hall advised
Clay County. Florida. t Court: on or before the 20th day an
12.19-c appeared and gave a brief report on his Unit's past month'sactivities.
Architect should be hired to draw
at public sale to the highest and of January. 1964; otherwise a plans. After a discussion
WANTED Citizens Interested best bidder tor cash at the front decree will be entered againstyou Also Mr. Chance requested the Commissioners to instruct I motion was made by Commissioner Huntley. seconded by Com-
t door of the Clay County Court- granting said adoption.
; FOR SALE Large Coldspot personally or financially, house in Green Cove Springs WITNESS my hand and the I him on what policy the Board would like for him to i i missioner Moody and carried to authorize the Sheriff to contact
; Refrigerator Reasonable Florida between 11:00 A. M. an seal of Bald court at Green Cove follow regarding Civic and other organizations request for use of
of some Architect to draw plans for
in building a 2-party system i this addition to the
2:00 P. M. on January 6. 1964 i- 284-3613. -- 12-19 p government In Clay County A. D.GEORGE December. 1963.GEORGE the County's new Civil Defense Rescue Unit. Public Address for a Juvenile Shelter also to include ft padded cell.

I L. CARLISLE L. CARLISLE system in the future. After a discussion motion was made by I Mr T. Edward Austin
Jr. PubHc
I under the banner of Barry Clerk Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court Defender for the Fourth

BALE Goldwater. Needed: workers By: Grace M. Carlisle By Vivian H. Sohra Commissioner Huntley. seconded by Commissioner Green I Judicial Circuit appeared and outlined the creation of this
FOB. Beef the hall
or whole; also- pork by& smoked and money. Contact Harold (Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Pub. 12-15. 26.Deputy 63; 1-2.Clerk 9, 64. and carried to outline some policy at a later date in letter formto office as well as the duties and financial responsibility of running -

Hill mail at Doctors Inlet John T. Trekell. Mr. Chance. the office. Mr. Austin requested Clay County to
sausage Or will butcher,chill G. by Marks Gray. Yates considera
The Clerk read a letter from Jennings Artesian Farm Land contribution of $600.00 toward
and cut .;a.Leroy Wilson ; by phone at Middleburg Conroy & Glbb operation expenses if possible
{E phone GCS y 2844557. 2825110. 10-10 tf p Jacksonville 231 East Forsyth Florida Street. LEGAL NOTICE Company' outlining a new proposal in furnishing. clay to the The Board advised Mr Austin that is would consider this request -

Attorney Board of County Commissioners. After a discussion motionwas and advise him at a later date.

t 12-12-c Pub. 12-19. 1964 NOTICE: op SALE made by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner Motion by Commissioner. Murrhee. seconded by Commissioner

1111 118 pursuant to a Final Oecre: .! employeesof
: 3'iJsiN 11111; Foreclosure entered In cause tiate with Mr. Bryan Jennings on the matter and report back the County Road and Bridge Department from December '
r numbered 3(53. In the Circuit
Court of Clay County. Florida.I to the 23rd to January 2nd. 1964. Also to pay employees December 23.
will sell the Commissioner Green advised that several people in the
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I I I.imr I I. scribed as: Clay K n Area had offered the County clay free of charge to Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Cdmmissioner -

Lot U, Block 3. MEADOW- get a water hole dug. Commissioner Green stated that he was Huntley. and carried to approve Resolution
I plat thereof recorded IB making a motion to accept these gifts where Clay County Florida State Board of Health to transfer 18.000. to the Boardof

BASE FURNITURE CO. Plat Book 6. pages 7 and I could: benefit free of charge but first subject to legal easements County Commissioners Capital Outlay Reserve Fund for the
PHARMACY of the current public recordsof
t Fine Furniture Clay County. Florida.. being received by the County and the County not being re- new Clay County Health Center.

Carpeting Appliance Reliable Prescription Service OFFICE SUPPLY CO. at best public bidder sale for to co the, at highest the front ant sponsible for any damage. Motion was seconded by Commissioner Motion by Commissioner Huntley. seconded by Commissioner -

: Complete Home Furnishings door of the Clay County. Courthouse Moody and carried. Murrhee. and carried to approve resolution requesting

i 5953 Roosevelt Blvd. Complete Cosmetic Dept. Lloyd E. Jones Jr., Owner Springs.. In Clay the city County of Green Florida Cove Mr. John Larkin reappeared and requested the County to Trustees of Internal Improvement Fund to cancel Certificate

t Jacksonville EV 7-4619 Specialists in : between 11:06 and 1:09 p. m.. or purchase a sign machine for making its own road signs. The number 353/1936. in reference to BED No. 116-1. SR-S-315.
Cameras FilmsPharmaceutical January 6. 1964.GEORGE .
I t TRAILERS Office L CARLISLE Chairman advised that the County had no funds availablefor After a discussion by All Board members the Clerk was
Supplies and
t' Clerk Circuit Court this purpose at this time. instructed to contact the State Auditing Department regard-
Needs Office Equipment By: Grace M. Carlisle
Pacemakers and Homette Deputy Clerk Motion by Commissioner Moody, seconder by Commissioner ing procedure to be used in payment of bills for various Fire

t Norris for Travel Sundries Complete Line of Greeting J.(Court T. Trekell Seal) Green and carried to build rest rooms at Precinct 9 Voting Departments and to notify each by malt

Used Trailers-Bank Financing I Marks. Gray. Yates. House. Commissioner Moody advised that the adjoining land Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner -

[. 6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blanding Blvd. Cards Attorney Conroy & Gibbs. owner would permit the County to use water for this purposeat Moody the Board adjourned to meet again in regular ses-

}tfl BUTTS MOBILE HOMES Inc.FV Jacksonville FV 8-0734 2655-57 Park St. Jacksonville II 231 East Forsyth Florida Street. a low cost. sion on January 13. 1963. at 9:00 o'clock: a. m.

i 8-8578 Jacksonville Pub. 12-19. 1963 The Commissioners approved and signed a Deputy Sheriff Attest: Luther Wilson. Chairman George L. Carlisle, Clerkr

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Income\ reporting' time .for r the reports to determine con- be required to ,pay back all
Residents 'of dlay countypurchased sales ;oJUhese: bonds throughout than the total recorded in of the declaration of the in- the reporting of the Interest I,I
approximately 45.000 disabled tinued eligibility) of pensioners payments received In 1963.
a total of $104.022in I I the nation. 1961. the previous record terest accrual for tax purposes earned'on the E Bonds may I
U. ,S. Savings bonds duringthe Sales in the County were peacetime year. until the bond is ultimately redeemed be postponed for as long as I veterans and approximately and in some cases to make ad- Murrhee
23.000 dependents of deceased justments on the basis of Increased -
first 11 months of this part of what were called record The gain, according to Mr.; for cash. With an 274' years until the H Bond is'
year, a rise of 24 per cent over peacetime nationwide sales of Hill is attributable primarilyto original maturity of 7% years j redeemed, even though the interest 'I'veterans began the first of this or decreased outside Insurance A encFii3IQUATI
the year earlier figure accord- these bonds which totaled a surge of interest in the and a guaranteed ten year ex checks received on the month according to B. J. Gan- Income. I
officer in charge of the Prompt and accurate reporting -.
ing toJ.: P. Hall. Jr.. volunteer more than $82 million through Series E Bond, an accrual type tension. the privilege of' H Bond are are reported in non 0
County Savings Bond Chairman Nov. 30. This total was approximately security which permits deferral exchange to the ten year cur- the year in which received. Jacksonville VA office. can prevent any hold-up
I $500.000 highex I This was a part of a record rent income Series H Bond "This, postponement feature." Along with their November in pension payments. They I I

.._ ._.._.._._ _ _ _. _ _- -. . . . . ._._.0 Mr. Hall stated "may offer a ,,30 checks, all VA pension recipients must be returned to the VA!
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I .. .. n H : :+. II I "' distinct tax advantage to E received tabulatingcards. before the usual deadllne-
Bond purchasers. if it carries They carry the words!January 31or payments win
"I over into retirement years "please do not mutilate. It be suspended. If after suspension See: RICHARD MURRHK
when tax liability is lower. is important these instructions no questionnaire is Agent
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On these cards beneficiariesmust
I report all income received -
J' during 1963 and that S.RSr.--sosa \
expected in 1964. Income
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WentOut Social Security payments except I
;:i. VA
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