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: August 22, 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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; ,II I Sue Sue Sue! They Took 'Em Out Group Asks County Roads'be13Y::

L (Bulletin) Change In -
At The Ball Park .
i Validation of the City of Green'Cove's $675,000 ofrevenue ... '

certificates will be tested ;before the Florida Red Tape-or Both?
l J Supreme Court. I Co-op VotingA or

On the final day in which they 'could act, three
t filed notice in the Circuit Court of Clay group of Clay Electric Cooperative -
men yesterday Is there a delay in the County's $2 million secondary road
e County a notice that they would :appeal'the recent val- Inc.. members are improvement program?

j idation of the certificates.'J circuating petitions to bring COUNTY SPENDING UP The question caused a brief flurry at last week's meetingof
i about procedural changes in
Edward Wiggins, of Keystone; Frank Canova of Sales tax collections .in the Board of County Commissioners.The .
i the annual election of Coop
+\ Green Cove; and Rex Smith, of "St.3ohns County have trustees the County rose last program calls for the paving of approximately 49 milesof

; in recent months been turned down(three times by two month close to 12 cent road. To date about 20 per cent of the program is completed.
According to Tony Baker a per
Circuit judges en the same legal grounds on which they xsy. spokesman for the dissident above July 1962 levels. Invested in short term U. S. government bonds is 1528.000 of
: are basing their appeaL the proceeds of the issue which is costing the County 3.19 percent
The increase ,
group a proposal was made tc over
Their appeal is based on the nub of their legal the board of trustees of the 1963 collections was some- with amortization at a beginning rate of $50,000 set to
all that"Legislative act under I begin in 1964.
maneuverings summer: Coop last spring that these what greater.
which the City of Green Cove authorized to purchase changes be put before I Collections last month In the completion of approximately 10 miles of secondary
roads with two exceptions all donated rightsof
the base is unconstitutional. property owners
totaled approximately
the membership at the annual!
J a to the the road from
County. Rights Highway
way on new
While City officials expressed the hope that the meeting in March. $18,500 up approximately '
21 to State Road 214 at McRae were purchased more than
last-minute action another maneuver against the =mara Mr. Baker said the proposalwas $2,000 from those in July
City and its economic development would not delay r rejected by the trustees as 1962 and more than $2,200 three years ago. Some other rights on the Hibernia road were

acquisition of the base; they did :say ''that it would cost a "not being in the best interestsof from June 1963. This rep- purchased by the State
At last week's meeting Commissioner H. E. Moody said he
City taxpayers more money to defend the action in the the Cooperative." resents increased retail
thought the County should purchase rights of way from those
State Supreme Court. Noting that even though spending in the Countyof
who are holding up the program. Commission Chairman Luther
The plaintiffs now nave 30 days In which to file fay Florida statutes provide for the approximately $65,000over
Wilson said no; if the County paid one property owner it wouldbe
the record of the case and an additional 10 days to file election of trustees by members June, 1963 and July
"Yw obligated to pay all. He said the money is earning more
briefs. The City then has fire days'to file its briefs residing within specified districts 1962 levels.
interest (in short terms) than it is costing.
a total of iw days. At the time the Court will set a date Mr. Baker said his group July collections put Clayin
In conversations with road officials in the County, in Lake
for hearing the appeal could not understand the actionof i 45th place in tax dollars
City and Tallahassee the inescapable conclusion is that if thereis
Orange ,Park's Little Leaguers took their "mudders and the board last March in take collected among the
a hold-up it is due mostly to the morass of red tape through
fadders" to Seminole Park last Sunday for one of the most ing it upon themselves to decide State's 67 counties.At .
f which officials must plow before a road project can be let out
Ij j I hilarious events of the season a mothers-sons ball game. I (Continued on Page 2, Col. 8) for bids and a simple case of too many cooks.
3Irs. Gordon Sandndge, wife of the
above incoming presidentof .
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In any bond-financed county road project no less than
the Orange Park Little League 'whacked fiercely to slam three State agencies get in on the act. They are the Florida

I! the ball 'out, for a single. Wildlife Camp Development Commission (which handles issuance of the bonds) ;

At A Glance the State Board of Administration (which Invests the money

until it is needed); and the State Road Department which

makes surveys secures rights of way, etc.

There are some hold-outs on rights of way. Road officials
J'3S'ilD'artterest \ irk, the County cite the case of a property owner who refusedto
(A Collation of )
give the County a right of way. Let State appraisers: put a

.g.r, value on the'land he is reputed to have said, and tbaji well

iI do business. A price of $1,075 was put on the land to be used
The proposed Cross-Florida Barge ,canal is characterizedin Y 4+J. for the new road.Meanwhile. .
16) issue of Life magazine "a monumentto
last week's (Aug. as Church
the 130-member Russell Baptist was
,a maxim: old pork barrel projects :rmgy: fade away but they so anxious to have the new road completed its members raised

.never, 'flie. ', the $1,075 to 'give to the property owner. Now according to
salvo at Federal pork:barreling, which Con- ;rJ
In.a J3roadside
these same officials he is asking more than twice this aniount.
gressman Clarence Cannon estimates now costs more than $8 On the other hand paving has been completed on the, following -
billion annually. Life says "few
men who should know are aware how monstrously the thing The so-called Valdejulli, road, off Highway 21. extending: to

has grown in our time. It is fat beyond :belief. It is replete State Road 214. Th1s"comprises 5.5 miles of paved road the cost

':with,Did,Jfle.ylcjS5Jerfected and jiew nes invented., It. .ejncom.- -- of which was estimated at the time of the bond issue $160,090., .
r According to Deputyr: State'Highway EngiAojr;HorteffTJueJma '
T ; and the. public welfare-SECOND, and cost us rr a total of $136,000 had been spent at,the end of,..areh.r,1Is
< billions year"'Reciting -*> *- 3yMrs. '
every may or may ,not represent the full cost.
some of the favorite sources-of pork barreling (the ,
f T r The so-called Hibernia road, extending from Highway 17
'Post Office Dept.. the Small Business Administration NASA. to close to the St. Johns River in an L' shaped stretch of 3.3
Agriculture.HEW etc.). the magazine :recalls that the Cross- miles; and ''

Florida Barge Canal (107 miles $146 million) was first envisioned .
(Continued on Page 2, Cols. 7 and 8))
by Andrew Jackson was the subject of an Army En-
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gineers' study 125 years ago was started: .(with mule-drawn -

equipment( ) under Franklin D. Roosevelt and 'is new again in
'the works. Gerald Johnson takes a. more philosophical -view- Called To Green Cove

The article-was prepared by five Life staffers. Among them: of what might happen if she misses the ball. She didn't.

1 :Howard Sochurek. who owns a retreat on Black Creek. The game was followed by a barbecue supper.
A Three County youngsters, selected for outstanding 4-H

Another American institution came in for editorial attack work, attended the annual wildlife camp at Ocala National 4

last 'week. In the Aug. 19 issue of Newsweek. [Raymond Moley Forest last week. Shown above Inspecting several rodent

comments o-! identical bills recently Introduced in the Senate I control traps,, are, 1 to r.: Tony Jensen extension forester;
James Doyle, of Doctors Inlet; Walter Raleigh of Orange
:and House which would, require the government to charge interest t
Park; Douglas Hawkins, of Green Cove; George M. Owens
on loans to REA cooperatives at the same rate the Treasury -
is paying for that money. Jr., assistant County agent; and Clyde Matsen. rodent con- :

"When the REA was created by Congress In 1935." Mr\ I trol specialist of Gainesville.

Moley writes "only 11 per cent of our farms had electric serv' Wildlife camp featured formal instruction in forestry _

ice. It uneconomical: for private power companies to extend conservation gun safety, wildlife management the use of __ _
their lines to the other 89 per cent. The plan for governmentloans fishing tackle boats and motors and water safety. The boys _

to cooperatives to service those farms 'was to be limitedto ... attended classes four hours each day.

ten years. The: interest charged during those ten years-was Instruction was provided by specialists from the University .titr.r4

:MORE than the Treasury was paying for its money But in 1946 I of Florida representatives of the Florida Game and

the interest charged to cooperatives was 2 per cent where it hasremained. II Fresh Water Commission, the Ocala Power Squadron and

The annual interest rate paid by the Treasury roe I the Robinson Company Atlanta sporting goods firm.

from: that level to 3.9 in 19 2. The average REA loans jutstand- With county agents serving as safety officers the boys
lose to $3.56 billion." I I spent one hour each day on the firing range learning

He concludes that "the :Kennedy Administration says safely handle the .%% rifle + ;

that wants -enrich the ;diving standards of the American Elaborate exhibits of Florida's wildlife were used by Gordon -

people. This can *e done by cheap electric service no matter I 'Spratt biologist and Clyde Madsen rodent control specialist ,

'who generates the power. But$5 per cent of Americans are customers 1Thomas Hardin. undismayed fry Mrs. Johnson's both with the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish
''Commission.AB .
of private companies. Subsidized competition (from calm. tries a frontal -assault. The ball at her feet shows it

REA coops) Is a charge on those companies. REA JSub&-dies-are didn't work. Final score was 8 to 7 in favor .f the sons. of the classes and activities were designed to help

not a stimulantThey are a drag on growth and we&*?>eing."* the boys appreciate nature, understand conservation and
,- nake wfae use of natural resources. These are'the objectivesof

Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall has asked Congress one phase of Extension's 4-H youth program.

to lift the $2,565,000 limit on pesticide research appropria Early in the week' the campers were given instruction

ticns. The Interior report said that a sampling, of docks>; and --: I ba -writln the story of their experience at Wildlife Camp for

eggs more than 500 miles from any known insecticide (DDT and 4E"." ."- !'. ,:"'-- newspaper publication. Stories were judged Friday and prizes
related compounds) application showed both the eggs and immature J "": <:;l''" given Friday night daring the awards program

ducks contained more pesticide residues than any adult
camples. t I'Sk

Named ForElection

J. C. Penney Co. has printed its first (1254-page J catalogue .

and is ready to do battle with Sears and Montgomery Ward. Iran .
The Bey.
P. Erwin canon 8nceator.IBt.
address last week before the New York Society of Security John
Analysts, William M. Batten president and chief executive ASC St.Episcopal Cathedral Jacksonville has been named vicar *f
Episcopal Church Green Cove, to
suc eel the Bev.
officer of Penney said: "We plan to use our strong base as a Robert J.
SadJow. who has retired.
of departure for getting business and increasing
point more :
native f ,
Texas Mr. Erwin was educated
earnings through re-emphasizing' our fashion and other lines Six County farmers and ranchers have been nominated to College, Westminister Choir College Master at Harvard

through expansion Into new lines and through;providing more fin three places on the County Agricultural Stabilization and choral conducting) and the Episcopal of Marie In
ways for the customer to buy from us. in tire Iftjpc or at home, : Conservation Committee. of the Southwest. Theological]( Seminary

by mail or by phone." J *$| According to Elbert D. Saunders committee chairman, For five yean after his ordination
The company's new lines will lnchMi&emphasis! on bard ballots he served as vicar
containing names of the nominees were mailed on Tuesday eo: St. Andrew By-the-Sea, In Dat1D.
lines and home furnishings, he saidVjth' concentration or Mrs. Sandridge tries an old came In an effort to get her .to eligible farmers: and ranchers who will have until Aug. 30 During his eaDODsJaJp at 81..J... Fla
private brands built to Penney specif.f4ns. These will include twin brother. Major S Bryan Jennings Jr.. USAF to go to to return them to the County ASC office. of aD music there and has shared in has been>> In charge

tires batteries and automobile accessories; major electrical ap bat for her. MaJ., Jennings, who is on leave from his assign Nominees are: O. J. Murrnee. Jr. C. W. Smith D. W. Wilk- II1fnUtI'Ies. Be also served presenter and pastoral

pliances; television sets Including'color TV; paint hardwarr ment in Lotisiana with his wife, is visiting the Szndridges; erson. Palmer Williamson George O. Wise and Mr. Saunders.Mr. diocese of Florida.3Ir. as m1ldea1 advisor &e the Ep&eepa1

and power tools; furniture bedding, and floor coverings and another sister. Mrs. Walter G. Odnm. and his parents Mr. Saunders said every effort was made to include among Erwin is married

sporting goods. and Mrs. Bryan Jennings, of Middlebnrg. Among the others the nominees active men who are representative of the Coun- native of New Jersey. Mrs Erwin to the former: Dora Perkins, a

who participated in the game were: Mrs. Bock Murphy Mrs. ty's agricultural work and qualified for committee work. Choir herself graduate of Westminster -

Though Florida's industrial payrolls more- than doubled William E. Osborn. Mrs. John Nelson. Mrs. Robert Nolan The three committeemen named in the forthcoming election The Enrins have College six children has served as organist at toe Cathedral.

(from $450 million to $1 billion annually during the past. eight Mrs. Glenn Smith. Mrs. Ray )Merritt Mrs Ann Nosey; and will take office Oct. 1. to serve for a year. They will be responsible who win be 9 on Anc.31 (the day Trudy before It yean old; Bebonfc.

years only $9 of every $100 of income.in. 'the State now comes Billy Morrison. Eugene Mix. Ken Ogden Allen Smith. Gordon for the administration of the federal farm programs his vicaratc) her father takes ever
; William Jr
from manufacturing. State OomptroUer"llAy' reen* "Week .''Sandridce. Jr.. Samuel Nelson, Richard Fromhart. Brace such as commodity price supports production adjustment and Mania, who wffl be a month:old Beth. 5; Matthew. 3; and

said that federal defense spending totaling'$1 in the State-Ist $el3ea. Randolph Kelly Mark Hardin. Stephen Thomas conservation assistance.: : Mr. Erwin on Svnday.
less than Florida Washington Wayne Griffin.,Cleveland Merritt. Kent Weaver David No-. More : eondBct his Initial cervtees on S
million complete
300 < details of the election procedures be
: 'may morning,Sept. I.
*" *tt0* A i <* v "*-- Holy Communion wffl'oe 1. tS
mar land; Nolan Stanley John Hosey and Michael Murphy. had at the ASC committee office. o'clock and s
mining services and eomiBuion at It 15.

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PAGE TWO .: Clay( (Eountg fflrcsccnt!

; :. :(fi(_ (Eountti Crescent .B ,-- CO-OP VOTING
otUhher i.
,>" > ,. : S1Ri PEP SKUNK :
(Continued from 1)
..... PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY !' / ". ; >4 : .Page
:/ BYCRESCENT by DUNCAN GRONER -i; A SMELLY LIQUID KNOWN_ TO CHEMIST I what-Ss in the best interests of
"i PRESS. INC. w ,', ", The recent ordeal of Lum Grant came to my mind last f& N-PUTY1. MERCAPTAN-PRODUCE? IN the Coop rather than allowingthe

:?"J,. t_. Green Cove Spring's. Florida week when a friend told me that a pig had invaded my propetry AND CAPABLE OF BEING SPRAYED FROM matter to be decided by the
Phone 284-3166
a and privacy and was foraging for whatever it could find. TWO GLANDS UNDER THE TAIL-N1AKE5
;; t ; .:S:a' THE SKUNK THE OWNER OF ONE OF THE membership.The .
Readers of these
& pages may recall that Mr. Grant the
'of IDITORIAllASSbcfirii
further decries
...,\. owner of a chicken farm just south of Middleburg, has on two
.-1 ,.r a separate occasions in recent weeks suffered an invasion of pigs. IN THE ANIMAL WORLD HIS REPELLING that:
: : : H.0. IS 50 STRONG YOU VOtiT HAVE 1. Nomination meetings
.j Mr. Grant, a law-abiding citizen whose energy and hard
work have within the several districts
built up what is perhaps the largest chicken farmin -
EDITOR ............................................................ Duncan Groner this VICINITY a FOUND THRUOHT PENltf5IUK. J r
section of Florida, has an abiding respect for what are held at remote
GENERAL MANAGER ............?............................... Eugene Koza known, in legal circles due s FLORIDA OVER 50% OF
as process. Willy ninny he insertedin r locations at the discretionof
.f Entered as second Class Matter July la. 19i%. at the Post Office The Crescent the following advertisement: ITS FOOD CONSISTS OF INSECTS ii1"ptj:
GreeD?Cove Springs. Florida under the Act of March 3. 1897 the incumbent trustee
'" Second CIn. postage paid at Green COT SpriMK Fla. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
2. Annual meetings are us-
SrBSCnIPTIO i RATES : 6 pigs have taken up
One Year-In advance -...._....._._......___..._._.. $400 at my place Lum Grant about ually called for Thurs-
4 miles days which makes it virtually -
Middlebnr, if
not claimed in 4 weeks same C- \()loWYOUR impossible for the

will be sold be me. 5-23-6-14 average member to attendor
? A Notable Addition 1-
Unless I am mistaken the law says that when this ad has vote; and

been run for four consecutive weeks and registered in the court 3. Because of these conditions -

.' The Rt. Rev. Hamilton West Episcopal Bishop of Florida, house, the man whose property and privacy have been lnvaded Fore fLORjVAVliLVLiFE no annual meeting

has done Green Cove a singular honor in naming the Rev. may sell or slaughter the invading pigs.
has ever attracted as
William P.. Erwin to be vicar of St. Marys Episcopal Church. But when I was told I had a pig rooting for whatever it Ti4CxsA t
many as 10 per cent of
Mr. Erwin comes to Green Cove with an impressive educa- could find, I bethought me what to do. I picked up the phoneto
call a friend in Jacksonville and ask his advice. ,Oh. I know the Coop's membership.Mr. .
tional background. He did his undergraduate work at Harvard
there are rodent exterminators; yet having myself some regardfor Baker said his movementwas

College; his .ecclesiastical training at the Episcopal Theological due process, L was determined I would get rid of the offensive FLORIDA GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION aimed at getting "more reliable" -
Seminary in Austin. As an icing on this academic cake, both thing properly. I dialed the operator.
Mr. Erwin and his wife are graduates of the Westminster Choir I representation on the I
'school, the preminent center in the nation of choral training.So OPERATOR: "Number, please. Letters To The Editor board and to prevent, in the future -
ME: "May I have Elgin "
8-6884. please.
high is Westminster's standing nationally and internationally such waste of Coop fundsas
OPERATOR: "What was the number" (Editor's Note: A copy of this letter was mailed to The
it is not an exaggeration to say that few small Crescent. It is printed without comment.) occurred in the unused rightof
communities in the United States can boast two graduates of August 16, 1963 way between Middleburg and
this great school of choral music. OPERATOR: "8-6684" THE HONORABLE FARRIS BRYANT ILL Green Cove.

notorious in their when it ME: "No, Operator 8-6884. Airs. Strickland. TheCrescent's
Since Episcopalians are shyness Governor of Florida This right of way. for a
j comes to flexing their vocal muscles in church, it is not now OPERATOR: "Thank you (Pause) "Sir what city Tallahassee, Florida Clay Hill reporter transmission line that
was according -
I unthinkable that some hymning will be heard on St. Johns would that be?" My dear Governor: is ill at her home.
to Mr. Baker never installed -
will be
resumed -
avenue on Sundays. It is not impossible that on one of the ME: "Jacksonville, Operator." The Committee of 100 and thousands of residents of Clay Coun-

great Christian holy days in the next year or so a 100-voice OPERATOR: "Thank you Sir. Would you mind repeating I ty wish to sincerely thank you The Members of Cabinet Mr. as soon as she is cost Coop member

choir of all denominations will atrract to Green Cove as many the number"ME I Wendell Jarrard and members of the Florida Development Com- fully recuperated. 100000. It was. he said further -

persons as are attracted every week to the carillon at Lake : "Yes, I would. Where've you been all this time?" mission for the efforts you have made in assisting Clay Coun- built on a contract that lI l-
I was never bid on.
Wales.It OPERATOR: "Number please. ty's depressed condition.

should be added that, in his pastoral duties.Mr. Erwin ME: "Operator I Just gave you the number." You may always be proud to know that you purchased the

will be competing with the image that Robert J. Sudlow has OPERATOR: "I am sorry Sir, I just came on the line. deactiviated Green Cove Springs Naval Base through honest COUNTY ROADS: DELAY OR RED TAPE

made for himself in Green Cove. It was and, is an image of What number are you calling" negotiation; The Florida Development Commission was success-

quiet and learned dedication, of deep compassion and of a trans- ME: "Operator rye been on the line for five minutes now. ful in obtaining a binder from an Industry to use the facilities (Continued from Page 1)
that would have given employment and payrolls to the residentsof The so-called Westover road, extending from Highway 17,
cendant ability to take in stride the vicissitudes of life. In What's the matter with the phone service? rm trying to get t
welcoming Mr. Erwin. it goes without saying we wish for Mr. friend in Jacksonville. I... Clay County. just north of radio station WAPE. for eight tenths of a mile;

Sudlow many years of tranquil joy in his retirement; for the OPERATOR like Colonel Giles Evans manager of the Florida Canal Authority, and
: "Would you us. to send down a car. Sir his staff the Commissioners of the Florida Cross State Barge The so-called Creighton Forest road extedin from High-
of his wisdom and
community many years tranquillity. .
Then____ .you__ won't.__ b@ bothered with..__ the telephone service; .*
n Canal and members of the National Rivers & Harbors Congress, way 17. immediately south of Doctors Inlet for six tenths of a

ME: "Please." will always be remembered by the residents of Clay County for mile. Estimated cost of these three was 142000. State Road

Exactly 45 minutes later a Southern.Bell limousine arrived, their efforts to assign and use the multi-million dollar piers as a officials said that through March a total of $114,000 had been
et I Am The Master Of. with chauffeur. and footman, and whisked me off to Jackson- terminus for the Cross State Barge Canal. spent on the three projects.

ville. We have sent telegrams and letters to the President of the Close $200.090 more has been ear-marked for a1x miles

'I rushed into my friend's office. United States thanking him for including construction money of road from Route 17. at Studebaker's Store to Bartholfs Dairy
The County's highways were a battleground last week.
"What-do I.do With. a.pig. *" I demanded;. for the Cross State Barge Canal in his supplemental budget. and from there to two points on Highway 16 west of Gren Cove.

On Wednesday within three hours, seven persons laid down "What are'you! _n.ini about'" he asked me. The seed sown by the civic organization will no "doubt bear fruitat Rights of way on these two projects are already donated and

their lives in the international of I-Am-Master-Of-The- the next election. work is scheduled to In the future.
\ \ cause "A pig.. a pig. you know, one of those porcine animals that begin near
I Hlghways.The' stick their noses Into anything in the hope of finding swill?" Again allow all of us to say.thanks and if in the future we can Another stretch of road' on't&bh paperwork has been com-
I be of service to you please feel free to calLRespeettully' pleted Is 3.3 miles from State Road 21S at the Clay Hill school
week HI-bow
first of the County's two fatal accidents last was "Yes. he said, pigs though I don't like them until
yours to State Road 200 at the Duval County line. Estimated cost:
J caused by a driver who was instantly killed, who ., fc accordingto after. the butcher is finished -with. them. Four legged things
they are they?" he asked sarcastkally.'Tot CWS/bb- C. W Scarbrough, Chairman. 105000.
refused to slow down In the arena .
police and all the evidence .
, cc: Attached Clay. County Coznmitteejof.:100-i
._.. _
always X.told him. a "" .___ > ___ _:
face of a heavy rainstorm. Blinded by the pelting downpour Anyway: I have. one. What do .
I do with,the infernal thing?"
he went off the road and then, in a violent effort to regain his f
"Well," he said, looking his wisest, "you ought to know. -'. -
footing he swerved across the highway and into the side of
Just put out some to keep the pig happy. And like your
an oncoming car. The moral here too lately drawn .is friend Lum Grant, be patient."

that a driver does not defy the elements (which the man who r

according to police smashed into the oncoming car did); a

driver does not trust the next guy (which the Brunswick man Letters To The EditorAugust I :
apparently did If he did not see his killer go off the road, ;. .The: Bank of' Green. Cove: bpnngs'

he was going too fast in a, blinding storm). 20. 1963 with cotton padding, and plas

In the second tragedy four youngsters were racing from a To The Clay County Crescent: tic., An article, in a boy's pocket .

town 80-or-so-mlles west of New York City to Daytona. The Having o been away all summer or a manicured fingernail
I had not read The Cres- would provide the extra
dreadful folly there was that the. victim allowed himself, on a : Housing Loans For Home Improvement
cent until my return. Now l' sure which would start a split

heavily-traveled highway to stand between two cars and feel compelled to protest a in the plastic. Then padding _. ...-' ,

that's always a gamble. The folly of the driver who police most unjust Impression whicha would start to bulge out, and A. 1;,'- "

say. Joined the truck in front and the car behind, was that he picture and caption in the during a 55-minute class, dis- i_. .: FHA Title 1 '

was in a hurry. He an 18-year-old boy and three friends July 25 issue showing a collec- comfort more than deliberate -.,
tion of stools from the destruction often caused
Orange boy
whose ages range from they say 15 to 19 had driven .... .
Park High Science rooms,must and girls to further the dam- 32L" '

I too far in too short a time. With a man lying dead at Helm's have given to people in this age. The science teachers rec- j- i....-_ .These.. loans. can be granted to any property owner who is purchasST' -

Funeral Home the driver's comment was that'he, as a super- county. ommended in June that all the : ST'"'* '*.
} or has purchased a house after qualifying through FHA Standards.
market clerk In upper New York had worked hard to pay for stools be recovered with a fab- j : ,
paper stated that these _.
his high-powered car. Now said he, he had nothing. Neither stools were purchased only a ric backed plastic. I. '. '

had his victim's family. year ago. Actually they were The statement that the .
stools must now be discarded is :: w <. .
purchased in 1961. .:
j I I I totally bewildering to those familiar .
These stool tops are covered pDTiILui1iYL4TiIf1flZ; :
j I I with i the situation. "; :'
1 WHY? 1.. '

II Any parent or teacher will be 5 !

willing to admit that some boys : f -..

ATTENTIONClay and girls occasionally damage : : &LJL )

furnishings deliberately but :;"

fortunately these form a small

minority. To imply that the

Electric Cooperative MembersThe hundreds of young people whc -f'

have used these facilities are ':

guilty of vandalism of this kind
State law under which the Electric Cooperative functions is not fair to them, their parents -'; f 3 I''f EM

provides several methods of electing trustees. or their teachers. : ;.

Yours -. -, .
One of these states that each trustee will. be elected by the mem- Ethel M.Respectfully Hawkins -

bers residing in his respective district. Science teacher at ': i..:. I -11-- ,- ->
Orange Park .' :
Adoption of this method will require an amendment. to the bylaws (Editor's Note: The story ol .: :.:;.

.of Clay Electric Cooperative; and such an amendment -\jIl' make the Science lab stools was pre-j t' ..' ..'=.':..$...;J:0. -.-: :0tii:_-' .. _. '.7 .. ::' ...- .'
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sented" ", '
necessary a special membership meeting. T :. > _- The Crescent IN THE,!j .
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Members are asked to read the.attached petition carefully! If OF PUB- : r1: < '. '., ;__ > ; -i. I. _, _-- ___ .. ;.
you LIC INSTRUCTION. i ::.i :- < .' ::. ,.;Applfft Torn\IIen '*frlce-prest3en t o' ." .60,... 1.
interested it It :
are sign Do not mall was .
sign than one and it. "
petition) < .
from>a high'fulltime officialof II :;: :ti; J :/ \ .:- -,
to P. O. Box 5, Lake Geneva, Fla. If you want fair representation for I .the County school board that ; at; {

district this is
your important.Coop The Crescent learned that (a)

the stools were a year old; (b)
Amendment Committee the stools would have to be replaced The: Bank of Green Cove Springs

P. O. Box 5. Lake Geneva Fla. ; and (c) the condition of

the. stools was a result of deliberate ..:: .., ..
the undersigned members of -
We Clay Electric Co-operative Inc. in accordance with

Article 3, Section 2 of the By-laws of Clay Electric Co-operative Inc.. do hereby the vandalism. It was at a -" 284-3650. ,-,". t
suggestion of this
respectfully request that a special meeting of the Count
membership be called for the pur- d or M4ICongress
school official
pose of amending the By-laws of the Co-operative and causing the Trustees to be that The Cres- 4-9583 ; 0.-,,
cent sent Gene
Koza to photo-
elected from the District which they represent and by the-members residing therein.
the stools -
It Is further requested that this special meeting be held on any Saturday that falls graph on the J Summer Hours-
:; within the prescribed period of time set forth in the By-laws. theory that vandalism Is not
nearly so easily. told as it is -- --: Monday, Toes. & FrL 9:00 aan.-l:34 p.m.

Signature__... ........_..._...._........-............ .." pictured. The Crescent regrets .. Wed,, Thnrs. A SaL -9:0*- ajn.-12 oo'c"
.. ,(Xame as shown on your light bill) < that it misrepresented the facts .
Address: __..._ The Crescent respectfully suggests i

1r r ....-....-- ...... -....-.. that Mrs, Hawkins take p> .
Paid Adv up the matter with the County -

,. ..- .. superintendent of I Ia
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Betrothed County Defense TOM SPONSORED THUMB BY WEDDING Miss Geiger, Mr. Wilkes Please Only you can

Warning System
United In
A Tom Thumb wedding will MarriageMiss prevent forest firesPACETTIS

Gets RevisionA be held on Saturday evening,

-r, August 24th. at 7:30 o'clock in
revised plan for broadcasting
the Green Cove Springs Junior
during national defense
High School Auditorium. The
emergencies has gone into effect 7 FISHING CAMP
in the County accordingto Order of Rainbow for Girls is

an announcement made this sponsoring this program and s RESTAURANTOPEX

week by Ray E. Chance, County tickets may be purchased from
Civil Defense director. SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
any Rainbow girl or at the
The County defense changesare door. Admission is 60c for REAL ITALIAN FOOD- COMPLETE SEA FOOD MENU
y y2y yT part of a change in national } +qg k3ryw STEAKS CHOPS AND CHICKEN
I adults and 25c for children.
defense policy under which WEDNESDAY SPECIAL -
the President and other Federal Who is Tom Thumb and who = SERVED FROM NOON TILL 10 P. M.

; officials will have a "nation- will be his bride t 4 # N a All the Catfish you can eat, served with Slaw, Hush

a Y wide broadcast capability Puppies and Grits or Potatoes, $1.25 Plate or. all the.
to communicate with the gen- Chicken you can eat Hot Rolls, Honey. Salad and French
eral public immediately upon MTF DISTRICT MEETINGTO Fries $1.25 Plate.

the receipt of an authenticated BE HELD IN GREEN COVE On Iliway 13-3 Miles South of Orangedale

notification." The MYF (Methodist Youth L P Phone 284-9511
All broadcasting facilities
Fellowship) will be hosts at_ a
holding defense emergency authorizations -
will continue on district outing 6 to 9 o'clock V S
the air on their assigned fre- this evening in Spring Park. FOR SALE

quency. Thirteen MYF's in the district

The object of the Emergency plan to attend this meeting. -
Broadcast System is "to fulfill Sk5 $ 5- -5 'S 9s HEN FERTILIZERONE .
1 a3 ..
national security requirements r
I while at the same time provid- Provision is also made foi
ing for transmission of vital in- participation by telephone companies 44 : ONE TO 1,000 TONS DELIVERED AND SPREAD,

formation to the public." It without charge to con- OR DUMP TRUCK LOADS .
-" provides access to broadcast nect an unaffiliated radic PJL
stations "during a war, threatof broadcast station with any net- >
war, state of public peril 01 work during an emergency action n I Call AIKEN ACRES MELROSE,

disaster or 0 other national situation, if the station is i GRanite 5-2801
emergency." in the system and has connect-

Immediately upon receipt of ing facilities.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Iliggins, of Lakeland, announce the a national alert all AM. FM The Emergency Action noti-
engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, and TV stations, will discontinue fication involves the transmis- Jeanne Marie Geiger Ann Marie Geiger cousins of
Marilyn Higgins, William Milton Mullis, son of Mrs.-Lonnie normal program transmis- sion of authenticated messages and Ronald Gordon Wilkes the bride.
This Week's11L
Mae Mullis, of Green Cove. The wedding will be solemnized_ sion and make certain prescribed from the Federal Governmentto were united in marriage last I The bridal attendants wore
on Aug. 30 in Green Cove by Harry DeMoss, a Jehovah's announcements. Those member stations by means Friday evenig in the First Baptist street length dresses of pink .'
Witnesses minister of Jacksonville Beach Church. The Rev.Jim Mc- silk taffeta de-
reception will not In the Emergency Broad- of press teletype facilities of I I organza over
follow the ceremony at 8 o'clock at the Qui-Si-Sana HoteL.l cast System will advise listeners the Associated Press and Unit lough performed the double signed with- a fitted bodice and 1 1\\ BONUS

.\ ss Higgin, who was educated at Lakeland' schools, is with or viewers to tune in area ed Press International which! ring ceremony. scooped necklines. A large 1:::<
.Shadowlawn Farms, Penney Farms.. .The.. bridegroom-to-be- is AM Stations in the system. are cooperating in this defense Parents of the bride are Mr. flower of the silk organza was "j!,'
with St. Regis Paper Co. then silent. I project. and Mrs. E. Wayne Geiger and placed at the waistline in the
.\ go .
I the bridegroom is the' son of back topping a center panel of I'BUY.S
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Wilkes organza which hung loosely

The bride, who was escortedby I down the bell shaped skirt

*Keep' your tr 8nd;ns- where your-cajt"$ftwtes4if,YOU.tP 1J tor.. ;:.; her father chose a flooi Their headpieces were a matching
Oils.These deposit-free oils keep moving parts J. length gown of silk peau de sole -*' flower of silk organza '0.
clean-too withRPM so clean,so friction-free,you can save up to 1 'featuring a fitted bodice of with a circular veil and they '
I" gallon of gasoline In every 8!Take your choice Chatilly lace with 'a scalloped I carried bouquets of pink car-

MOTOR OILS of two great oils-RPM Special and RPM Su -' bateau neckline re-embroidered: nations. I Plus Valuable Plaid Stamps |[
j : preme. Both have the new ashless detergent with sequins and seed pearls Mrs. Everett Ivey served as

Everybody likes to see a car that's mirror-clean. that keeps your engine young.So stop at Stand- ; the full length sleeves ended,hi organist and the soloist was I
calla lily points. The pannieredskirt Miss Leanne Ivey.
What you can't see is important, -thosehot, ard... vhere we take better care.of your car. which terminated hi
hard-working parts inside your engine! That's STANDARD OIL COM PANY ,(KENTUCKY) a Eddie Knight acted as best I
chapel train was appliqued with man and the ushers were William -
the lace and seed pearls. Hex Wilkes, brother of the
fingertip veil of illusion was groom Dewey Williamson Robert S
held in place by a crown of A. Lee and George Wyman.j
pearls, and she carried a cascade -I l
A reception followed at the I FRYERSS
02 rc h.. C bouquet of white orchids
\: r r 0 yVV 'wU46 vn' '' Qui-Si-Sana Hotel from which
and stephanotis.Miss the bridal couple left on a wed-

Marsha Turner servedas ding trip to Jekyll Island. Up-
maid of honor and the on their return they will reside -
bridesmaids were Kitty Kenney at 616 Myrtle Avenue.
Gail Wilkes.sister of the groom Green Cove.
I 29 LB dam :
ww I Ruth Ellen McLaughlin and Ij j C ;

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x The First Church
L Presbyterian
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Magnolia Ave. at Gum

; < : rg. 3w.y Green Cove

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d fr f- Morning Worship 10 o'clock FREE TOOTHBRUSH with purchase of 2 tubes

For August Only
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Prices In this ad are effective through Saturday Aq-.

F. Park Green Core Springs 24th115,N. Orange- -Aye- Green CoTe Springs. .-Fb.THURSDAY ..... .
P. Geiger, Agent :H.. Cove Spring 264-9565 284-4044



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: MHC&'y:' SRD Recommends ": Netv OP Minister OBSERVE WATER SAFETY RULES

I Mr. and Mrs. Ward E. Krone
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recently spent three days at New Bridge Be -'-'-*- --
Penney Farms Wakulla Springs Lodge, with tt- :: '..,;::fr"" ;-.. .
Mr. and'Mrs. J. M. Rice. They _... .. \; ; < '
Put At Collins Rd. L : ,-t COARD
Reporter: MRS. HERBERT 3IYERS, Phone 529-8131 traveled north and spent a few '"'. _:r + ...tJ ,,,,! .:

A recent letter from Alfred iting in MHC, the Myers were I days with relatives and friends : _.....,, : I .' :
Construction of StJohns : :
a new :1LD
: ; Furniture
Hoad says in part: be-I guests of honor at a dinner near York, Penn. Their next ;: pltj Company ,
cause of failing eyesight it i given by.Mrs. C. E. Dibble and I I II visit was with heir daughter River bridge from Collins ,,_ ;; :
seenis best that I return to Wisconsin Mrs. Ono Coons. and her family in Pittsfield Road just above the Clay k .. -. .
where I will be nearer Mass. They will visit their County line to Southside Jack- s. ,;.'- '
my 'family and relatives .I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schweitzer daughter and her husband Mr. sonville at a cost of more thaI i -- < !! I USED SPECIALS I
My address after Sept. 1 will be have moved into their new and Mrs. Tippett this week and
I $11 million has been ;
recomjmended f
Room 104-B Fairhaven Whitewater home in Penney Farms after a I then go to Maine to visit then f I
Wise. Fairhaven is a 3-month stay.at the home of' oldest daughter and her family to the U. S. Bureau ol jl i
new home sponsored by the their daughter, Mrs. Robert the C. P. Chandlers. Public Roads by the State Road Choice of ColoredREFRIGERATORS ( '
Congregational churches i n Huskey in Green Cove. Mr Department.Cost I h + 24.95"BROVN"
Wisconsin and was completed Schweitzer, who was formerly Miss Hilda Wieringa arrivedon
I of the bridge accordingto
last spring. Sincerely Alfred with the Pennsylvania RR retired August 13 and has taken up
Hoad last winter. residence in apartment H-22 at Ralph Powers, a member ol \ GAS RANGE 20,00
the MHC quandrangle. She the SRD will be approximately '

Mr and Mrs. George K. My- The Rev. and Mrs. C. F comes from Berea College in $4.5 million greater if it is built ::"(.- s t Now
ers, and their two children, Schriver returned to MHC last Kentucky where she served for f.;' "Quick Freeze" Imperial Orignally
at this point than it would .
Carol. 18 years old. and David, week after spending eleven 20 years as assistant to the .fir.: FREEZER 485,00 1 159.00
from a site in Clay County
14, of Seattle were recent days in Georgia. They spent dean of labor. She was formerly I >'" ,: 17.5 Cubic Foot
guests of their parents Mr. ano two days with a nephew and connected with the Jackson Ninety per centoftehcuia "
Mrs. Herbert D. Myers. Mr his family at Robin's Air Force County Kentucky schools, as Ninety percent of the cost of I FIRST COME FIRST SERVED

Myers who is an executive of Base near Macon. Three day registrar and assistant to the the bridge is to be borne by
the Seattle Council of Boy were spent at Indian Springs dean of girls for 18 years. This the Federal Government.In ,y r M .. i New Philco Opening Specials
Scouts is en route to the Na- State Park. Their son and his work was under the Women's
tional Boy Scout Executives wife, and their twin daughters Board of Domestic Missions of a conference with members

conference at the University of 12 and 14 years old were there the Reformed Church of Amer of the Orange Park Town The Rev. Edwin F. Montgomery Jr., has been named AUTOMATIC WASHER\

Illinois. While they were vis- too from Chicago. ica. I I60S Commission on Tuesday, Mr pastor of the Orange Park Presbyterian Church. Mr. Montgomery -
'I 12 LB.
Powers the additional cost who is 36 years old succeeds the Rev. Dr. FranklinC.
4 Cycle 2 Speed 1 Year Guarantee
Talmadge who has retired for the second time. A nativeof
would be more than offset by Regular This Week -
Lake City Mr. Montgomery was educated at Davidson
the economic advantages accruing -
College and Union Theological Seminary in Richmond. He I 299,95 229,95
to motorists and the is married to the former June Conyers daughter of the Rev.J. .

general public. ,Yo Conyers, of Gainesville. Mr. Conyers is executive sec-
FAMILY FROLICS I STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Sat., 9 a. m. 9 p. m.
retary of the Suwanee Presbytery. The Montgomerys have
recommendation will be1, 17 Orange Park
1700 Highway
three sons: Edwin 7 years old; Joseph 4; and James 1. They
the subject.of a public hearingin have recently moved into the church's manse, purchased last Phone: 261-6725

Jacksonville within 30 days month, at 428 Frog Hollow Road.


1j'here The Rest Is Better We Collect
and Mrs. Ralph Bagwelland
/ family have returned to Electric
Second Annual XL Y
Orange Park from their sum- O "
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mer home at Lake Summitt, THE
N. C. Miss Pamela Bagwell .
Green Cove BEST
Springs Carolina "
"t..u has remained in North YOURN'EEDS
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,_ where she will visit her grand- ""' -j v O' ,13111s
mother in Hendersonville before r .
FROLICS T returning to St. Vincents .. -' r -
." ; :: Hospital where she is a student / .


":: -t... "_ifF v: ".. .. .;. LABOR DAY SEPT. 2 nd : '. -;;.;.,: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wesley:' .. Get It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE A ; ;;

; t't the mountains of North Caro

:- : Spring Park ,' lina. I 1922 Highway 17 Phone 264-6831 Orange Park
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OFFICIAL OPENING BY MAYOR E, B. TAYLOR and.Mr.their and Mrs.seven Robert children Morris are

1 O'CLOCK' -- SWIMMING CONTEST HORSE RIDES -1 Ot, vacationing hamas. in the Grand Ba- s.' \ .I-.a!

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.. CIIi''IiWAG0COKE CONCESSION CUPCAKES ETC. ...?- Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Drane left I '\ :: .

/ Tuesday on a trip to Georgia,I .
tr 2 O'CLOCK -- OLD FASHIONED FROLICS -, FISH FRY ;. expecting to return later in the I

i ADULTS-$1,00j; CHilDREN 50t week. SEPTEMBER 3rd

of their
tended the wedding
son in Dunkirk. New York last Jacqueline'sStudio
RACE, TUG-O-WAR, ETC.) Saturday. I /
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4 O'CLOCK' -- FIRE ENGINE RIDES ; f I : ;i,:L '- Of Dance' .

Murrhee i iInsuranceJgency ,

7 SQUARE -- Ballet. ,. c>.,.
BE SAFE* CARRY ; ,, '.' r,

8 O'CLOCK' -- FIRE WORKS DISPLAY HOT i JNSUEANOL ADEQUATE '.... : Beginners Thru. -Advanced' I :. il


See RICHARD MURRHEE 1726 Highway 17 I Orange Park Florida

GREEN COVE SPRINGS FAMILY FROLICS COMMITTEE: AgentPhone 473-4786 I Phone 264-2264 or EV 8-9371

ir' CHAIRMAN MRS.[ JACK SAAM --- ---- -- -



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THURSDAY AUGUST 15, 1963 (!May{ (Eouutij (Ercsccnt PAGE FIvE

i Eyby-Delp : MISS Eddy, Mr. Janda Wed Green Cove SocialsMr. I ." New County Sanitaria!

-* Miss Nancy Ann Ryby and Mr. Thomas Rhein of Indianapolis and Mrs. Clifford Gei- Miss Ruth Van der Maaten f

Ronald Joe Delp were unitedin acted as best man for ger had as their guest last left on. Tuesday to return tc

marriage on Saturday Aug- the groom The ushers were week Mrs. Geiger's aunt Mrs. Tulane University where she te

ust 17th in the Sacred Heart Ray Delp of Orange Park,I j Austelle Stewart of Rome Ga. housemother at the Kappa

Church in Dunkirk. N. Y. The brother of the groom and Ted Sigma fraternity.The .

Rev. Howard M. Adolf per Meyers of Cleveland Ohio.A Mr. and :Mrs. Lisle Kenney
formed the double ring cere- dinner reception was held have returned from a few days Rev. C. E."an del ;
mony. at the Kosciuszko Club follow- vacation in central Florida. Maaten will occupy the pulpita

Miss Sally Ryby sister of the i ing the ceremony. the First Presbyterian r

bride, served as maid of honor I t I After a wedding trip to Miami Mrs. Mary Pacetti had as church in Eustis this Sunday.Mrs. .

,and Miss Bonnie Urbanik cous-i Nassau and the Grand Bahamas her guests last week her son t

in of the bride was bridesmaid. j II I the 'bridal couple will i. ; t daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Elizabeth S. Flinn is '/t' i.v .

They were attired alike in || reside in Flint, Michigan. The c:, : and Mrs. W. W. Donaldson and spending the summer visitingin ..'it:;::/

sleeveless gowns of gold satin':| bride, a graduate of Mercy their children Beverly Jeff and| Uniontown, Penna.E. .

fashioned with scooped nec.k-j: 'i Hurst College will teach lan- Woody of Miami. I

lines and sheath fronts. The guages in the Grand Blanc I R. Bennett son of Mr. and .'

fullness at the center back was I school system and the groom. :Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Revels left 1 Mrs. \Villiam.Croft visiting .

accented by a rose of self fabric who holds an associate degree E". ,today mon their trip to 'Calif or-I his family for two weeks. He I -. >>.J 1:1-,
and ended in a chapel train. from the University Florida yrt.4 p rT.a. nia and Honolulu.( They will) is assigned to the Coast Guard

Their headpieces were narrow !;t will continue his studies at be accompanied by J. P. Hall I j cutter Ariadne out of Key .. ..
I $ 4
bands of matching satin and i General Motors Institute in Jr. West. i, r
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they carried crescent bouquets Flint. .. t 1 ,

Mrs. Alton Lee is a patient j Dr. ,and Mrs. T. Luke Glen- ., ,
in Riverside Hospital.Mr. nan had as their recent guests I -

i recently Mrs. Glennan's nieces I L- K Y.

OINGFuTSAFAIN and Mrs.: R. Wolfe had i Lily, Jartie and Jody Powers of I ; ..
their guests the week- Jessup Ga.
as over
DEBT AS MUM AS .....::. .k-T:'". t c end Mr. and Mrs. A. Van n-: :
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Mcln- r:< '"
-- t' Gaalen of St. Augustine. Mrs ,
A SMALL RAiSe/ ,"' :<, "". :J __, '
".- Josephine Hendricks of the erney have had as their guests _;:.'':. :' t r-} :-.4 _;
t. Netherlands: and on Sunday for a week Mr. and Mrs. Sharp I

Miss Mary Maxine Eddy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester afternoon Miss Barbara Bairdof Guthrie and Mr. and Mrs I I II. R. Relos formerly of Gainesville has been named
Glenn Guthrie of Lakeland.Mrs. County Sanitarian according to an announcement made by
Green Cove.
Eddy and Eugene R. Janda son of Mr. and :Mrs. Anthony Szabo, t
1 Dr. A. Y. Covinston, County Health officer.. Mr. Relos, who
were united in marriage Saturday afternoon, August 10th, at Olivia Graham of Winter has been with the State Board of Health for seven years, id a
Mrs. Anne returned
the Hickory Grove Baptist Church. Stripling Haven is visiting Mr. and : graduate at the University of North Carolina. He is a natif e
last week from; a visit with her ,
The "bride was given in marriage -by her father and chosea brother and sister-in-law rand Mrs. Martin: Harris. of Benton Harbour Mich. Mr. Reles, who succeeds II. .

Cameron who retired expects to move his wife and. two chf-
gown of silk organza with a fitted bodice and long sleeves Mrs. J. G. Lundy in At-
Mrs. Ethel Hawkins returned dren to Green Cove in the near future.
which tapered to a point over the hands. The square neckline:. lanta. I
recently from Gainesville where i
was scalloped with lace and the floor length skirt had insert I
she spent the summer as a
of lace. Her fingertip veil was held by a crown of pearls. She Mr. and Mrs. Gene Koza and counselor with the National Science -

carried a white orchid on a Bible. their, children Ricky David Foundation program for I Mill Creek To Hold BarBThe -< .
Jeff and Gary returned last !
Secondary School students
Miss j
Rosemary Bothwell stepsister of the bride served as
Sunday from a week's trip to I
Mr Philip Stough of Green
her maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Joanne Mill Creek P-TA will Meals may be eaten
Washington and ManassasVa. Cove also took part in this !i I l
sponsor its annual barbecue on in the screened &
Eddy and Miss Annette Szabo. I
., where they visited friends OUtdtrsor
If project. i I Wednesday August 28th, at the I I room.
@W.R.A. The maid of honor wore a melon colored silk organza street and relatives. II I '
Mill Creek School located in
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reed I'
,,, A length dress with a fitted bodice with a square neckline and a j neighboring St. Johns Count The annual
went to Tallahassee last week-
1.. Mrs. Madge Dunn and hex only money-making project of
x full skirt. Her headpiece was a bandeau of matching bows witha I at the Junction of Rt. 16 and
end to their new grandson
two boys have returned from a see the Mill Creek P-TA and is
circular veil, and she carried a bouquet of melon colored summer vacation in Ontario "*Irs. Reed remained in Talla-' Rt. 13-A. used for various projects such

Not necessarily true! What an opportunity for carnations.The Canada. Michigan and Tennessee. hassce for,the week. ; Meals will be served from f:': as playground equipment, improving -

bridesmaids gowns were of blue nylon with fitted Eton o'clock the menu will consistof library facilities, etc.,
security and the future to start a regular savings Steven Pendley.: grandson 01'
jackets, necklines, and full skirts. They wore matching head- :Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wager re"ied prime beef and pork barbecue -,,..which. help the school JHOgr: n..
account at the Keystone State Bank with the raise. baked beans slaw pickles '. '
pieces similar to the maid of honors and carried blue carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Deward Priest *"* to his hone in Puertc All persons in the area are
bread and butter and coffee
Come in and see us soon.KEYSTONE Following a reception at the home of the bride's parents have returned from a vacation Rico recently. He had spent invited to support .this barbja-)
Cold drinks and dessert will be
the visiting points of interest in tho summer with his grandparents. Que. ,, .,
couple left on a wedding trip to Daytona Beach. Upon their I extra.
Florida. ,
STATE BANK! i return they will reside at the Ohio Motel. .4YJ ."',



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29c Beseler Motors the County's only distributor of American kg

Motors cars was raked by fire on Friday night. The fire DRIVE THE FORDS :::: >- 1'-- ,

believed to have originated in faulty wiring gutted the building -

FOOD KING with damages estimated at more than 10000.

: Drive and buy Ford's':'
Coffee39c Total Performance!

*: "Accentuate the Positive- It's more than

cf: jIG -. : ; S %v just race power
THE RACES : it's! real

LB. CAN t a great big piece of good, shady, country land ij durability!

With the old swimming hole nearby

Tracts from $iia. up. Easy terms.

5 LB. HERSHEYSUGAR See Us for your Real Estate Needs ..< --
Get a money-saving victory celebration buy on a wim**

S. E. McKAY .. Super Torque Ford fallback hardtop same model that
; won 1.2-3 in the recent Firecracker 400 at alb I Swept

I _...... 1st through 5th places in the Daytona 5001 Took let pfeceM
Phone 473-4816 f -
Keystone Heights! ; 1@ the Riverside 500 Charlotte 600 Atlanta 500 and otfeer tests

of total performance. .

(With 7.50 Food Order) _
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miles north of Jacksonville takes braking power steering road-bokfin, power, and
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DUKES THREE MAJOR HIGHWAYS FUNNEL, INTO / model that won its class 1-2 in the w rfd- -.ous Monte
Carlo RaIl.., Won the coveted Manufacturers Team Award
(In the rugged Shell 4000 Rally across Canada this con-

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Florida Crown ElztryI Clay County ServicemenLIEUTENANT I I Sandra Taylor In WashingtonCongressman BirthsMr.

NAVY ENSIGN and Mrs. J. Lloyd Me


Navy Ensign David J. Wil- proud to announce the birthof
Navy Lieutenant I
Morton A. helm, son of Dr. and Mrs. John a son Joseph Scott, on
; Perlman _
r Corps, son of:
August 13th weighing 8 IDS,
A. Wilhelm of Keystone Hts.,
Mr. and Mrs. L H. Perlman of r'X
2k in the Bradford COunty
Green Cove, is is a recent graduate of basic jet i oz. -
serving aboard i
the amphibious dock training conducted by Training Hospital. Mrs. Hilda Mc-
transport Lean of Doctors Inlet is the
USS Squadron Four at Forrest Sherman -
currently engagedin
paternal grandmother and the
a three-month d4 Field, NAS Pensacola. He Y
deployment completed the basic phase by maternal grandparents are
in Caribbean. The
deploy- making four arrested carrier Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neuman of
j men, involving six ships and f. M
Glen St.
landings and four catapult
nearly 5.000 men has beerdubbed E
r a ,'s zSta .g takeoffs from the deck of the 7 .r.
Operation PHIBULEX I ,
3-63 and is for operational] aircraft carrier USS LEXING- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reed

training of the Atlantic Fleet's :TON in the Gulf of Mexico. : announce the birth of a son,
Airman Joseph E. Powers, i William Harold Jr. born in
Navy-Marine Corps team. The I ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Odum J
ARMY PFC Tallahassee 13th
Norfolk-based ships, are scheduled i I on August
I to return early in October Powers of Middleburg, is being ZARA W. MACK I, weighing 7 lb. 6 oz. The pa-
I reassigned to Greenville AFB Army PFC Zara W. Mack, ternal grandparents are Mr

Miss., for technical training as son of Mrs. Cora L. Mack, who and Mrs. Herman E. Reed of
: ROBERT A. RICH a United States Air Force medical lives in :Middleburg, is partici- i Green Cove.

Robert A. Rich, engineman service specialist. He is a pating in Exercise SWIFT

first class, USN, son of Mr. and graduate of Orange Park Higr STRIKE HI, a U. S. Strike: : tc Capt. and Mrs. Howard
Mrs. Oscar Rich of Keystone School. Command exercise in Georgia
Stripling announce the birth of
+ LFj Heights, is serving with the and North South Carolina, involving -
a daughter Stacey Maureen on
wf Gold Crew of the Polaris missile more than 75,000 armed
cM August 5th, in El Paso, Texas.
pa submarine USS Thomas A. Ed- forces personnel. 9 9a
The baby weighed 6 lb. 10 oz.
ison, which is preparing to depart x..fw'2
and is the granddaughter ofMrs
on patrol. The Edison is ARMY RESERVELT.
R Anne Stripling of Green
one 0 f several submarines COL. GAY LIVINGSTON: Cove

which carry 16 Polaris A-2 mis- Army Reserve Lt. Col. GayC.

siles. The missiles contain nuclear Livingston Jr., of Keystone,
.Q warheads and can be completed two weeks of annual

launched while the submarineis duty training at The Quarter-

Miss Sandra Faye Stump, reigning Miss Clay County, still submerged. i i xwC master Center, Fort Lee, Va., PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS

has been entered in the forthcoming Miss Florida Crown Aug. 3. Colonel Livingston is CHURCH

Pageant by the Clay County Chamber of Commerce. The RESERVE CORPORAL regularly assigned as com- Vermont Are.

Florida Crown Pageant is sponsored by the Crown Council mander of the 499th Quarter- Green ,Cove Springs
GEORGE E. HAYDT master Battalion in Jacksonville D. R. Matthews is pictured on the stepsof
chambers of commerce and will be held on Saturday, August
the U. S. Capitol Building pointing out a national land-
31 at Jacksonville Beach. Judging will begin at 3 o'clock at Marine Reserve Corporal Staff Sergeant Duane M. Fla.CADET
mark to Miss Y.9U. have a
Sandra Taylor of Green Springs.
Cove '
the City Bandshell for swimsuits. Judging is on beauty, George E. Haydt, son of Mr. Heitkamp (deft), of,Wahpeton Sandy Invitation
daughter of Mayor and Mrs. E. B. Taylor, has been
poise and personality only, there will be no talent Judging.No and Mrs. Rolland A. Haydt of N. D., and a fellow non-com- CHARLES E. CROSS working to attend
admission is charged and the public is invited. Clay Green Cove is scheduled to at- missioned officer load liquid Cadet Charles E.. Cross of in Congressman Matthews' office during the months of

County is one of the 15 northeast Florida counties which tend two weeks active duty for oxygen on the ,flight line at a Gainesville, is participating in July and August. She will return to Florida in Septemberto Church and Sunday School

comprise 'the Florida :Crown. training with Marine Attack NATO base in Italy. His wife the Air Force ROTC summei resume her studies at Florida Southern College where

Squadron 144 at the Marine I Betty, is a daughter of Mr. and'l I encampment at MacDill AF she is a sophomore. COD&TeSSmanlatthewS expressed his Sunday School 9:45 a.m

Corps Air Station, Yuma, Ariz., I I Mrs. Moton Green of Green base. His wife, Agnes is the appreciation for the fine job this young next week. I: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- County had rendered him and the 8th District while in the Sunday Kite Serv. 7:00 p.m.
WARRANTED .Cove. .' fred B. Watson of KeystonE'Heights. nation's,capital,.and said she reflected greafferedit on her Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m.

family and the community. ', '... ,- .,, ? Pastor; Ralph S. Morgan

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284-9209 e
Idlewild Ave. ,t Green Cove Springs
U. S. HWY. 17 NORTH -
100 Yards North of Governor Creek Phone 284-6381 Day or Night
and Sirs. William Cole,

Jr., of Green Cove, announce I
the engagement and forthcoming H. ,

marriage of their i

daughter Sara, to Donnie

Hardee, of Mr. and Mrs.E. .

Best time to make a real buyRAMBLER'S Cove.. G. Hardee also of Green

The marriage will be solemnized -

SAVING EST DAYS Church on at the August Shiloh 31.Baptist

The bride-to-be, who is 16 4S

years old, was a sophomore
last year at Clay High. She
Get the best values in beet-:; Get the best buys and the biggest will continue her education

i selling Ramblers! All Ramblers trade-ins! All year long after her marriage at Miss

American, Classic, Ambassador Rambler sales have been soaringgiveyouRamblerexdusiveslikeDeco. Watkins SchooL The bridegroom -

smashing one record after another.DiprustproofingandCeramic.Armored who was graduated
But we're not satisfied yet-and we there last June is now em-

rr.uffler. All models give you the extra I 1 won't be until we wind up the season ployed by Amason's Complete : "- M 5;

secunty of Double-Safety Brakes. still higher on the best-seller list. Septic Tank Service. _
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The wide choice of six-cylinderand V-8 To make sure, we're going all-out

power includes the American's 125-hp We're offering the best buys yet-big

miles-per-galon; '! champ of every economy gest trade-in allowances when you THEATRE

run entered.And that'sjustasam- buy an already low-priced Rambler. CLAY I Phone 284-6711

piing of features that won Rambler'63 jt\ Come in and make us prove that these

the "Car of the Year"Award. are Rambler's Savingest Days! Monday thru Friday Two You Go.
Shows each evening Wherever .

Join the Trade Parade to Rambler 6 orV-8 '7'* S p.m.
Sat. Sc. San. Continuous

From 2 pjn.Thnrs. Keep in Touch by Long Distance

& Friday, An;. %%-3

TOWN WITHOUT PITY Pick up the phone and call back home.

starring Kirk Daubs

WOMAN LIKE SATAN Nothing's so easy and nothing's so nice...for saYii

s' 4 starring Brigitte Bardot "I miss you and wish you were here."
Sat. An*. 24
ilTi DON'T GO NEAR Next time you're away,why don't you can back home?'


I .ii i 'I-- starring Glenn Ford
_ Southern'i\l
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Rambler Classic 770'4-Door Sedan starring James Stewart
Sun. thru Wed, An*. 25-28

BESELER MOTORS 429 N. Orange Are., Green Cove Springs, Fla. ) starring Paul HUD Newman*-**. .....


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LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICEI Burke i on Awards 4-H'ers Attend Food Workshop

Notice is hereby given that FLORIDA.In Five FellowshipsFive .
the undersigned under the provisions re: Estate of. -J
of 865.09. Laws ELIZABETH S. WOODWORTH. 3t
chapter S.
;.. .. :
of Florida Acts of 1937. will deceased. outstanding young men ;.'
register with the Clerk of the NOTICE OF FILING FINAL :; Circuit Court in and for Clay RETCR.AND PETITIONFOR from colleges in the Southeast '" "

County. State of Florida upon APPROVAL OF RETURN have been awarded J.
receipt of proof of publicationof : AND FOR ORDER
this notice.. the Fictitious. OF DISCHARGE OF> AD- Love fellowships for their grad-
TRAILER PARK NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN uate studies at the Harvard

-- Signed, Mrs. Robert L. Knight that I have filed my final re University Graduate School of
i I I Pub. Aug 15, 22, 29. Sept 5, '63 turn as Administrator c. t. a.
AIR COXDITI<;> "IXORALPH BOATS of the Estates ol Elizabeth S. Business Administration. They
CAKEY'S TRADING POST I "oodworh, deceased therein requesting -
LEGAL NOTICE approval of the final i. are: Timothy B. Burnett,
WE BUY SELL TRADE return and an order of discharge -
George W. Campbell. Jr. FrankS.
F F. I INLET MARINA : and after publication of .
Three locations: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR thi snotlce. once. each week for Madren Charles F. MilnerJr.
TAX DEED CITY OF four consecutive weeks I will
MERCURY & JOHNSONENGINES 15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-3280 GREEN COVE SPIt NGS Clay County.. Florida for ap- .. all of North Carolina and d1Ar'
MILBERGEROrange NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEXTHAT apply to the County Judge of
Thomas K. of Vir
Warehouse & antiques old S. R. Tillinghast is the proval of said final return and Winingder,

& Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. holder of the following tax certificate for an order of final dischargea ginia. "
Ferris Street
CROSBY COATS and has filed said certificate sadmlnistrator cum testamento -
(next to bus station) I. "BIG TOP" tent -. Blanding for a tax deed to be issued annexo of the Estate of Eliz- The fellowships are awardedin P a
EE-ZY TRAILERS thereon. The certificate abeh S. Woodworth. deceased.
r the name of the late J. Spencer c
REFRIGERATION Blvd. At ftidgewood number and year of issuance Dated August 9, 1968.
SALES & SERVICE description of the property /- Love former chairman of
AND and the name in which it was s Carroll :M. Wright.
OUTBOARD REPAIR Furniture & appliances at assessed is as follows: Administrator-' C. T. A. the board of Burlington Industries -
AIR CONDITIONINGService .' of"the-*Estate of Elizabeth
Hwy. 17 Orange Park bargain pri zs Sift Certificate >o. 76 S. Woodworth.. deceased. Inc.. to graduates of colleges -
Tear of Issuance: July 5. 1961 Pub. Aug. 15, 22. 29. Sept. 15. '63
Home Phone 2810.80Business Phone CO 4-9835 Name in which assessed: The State of Florida. to all per- or universities in Alabama m., '
Estate of Theresa Clayton v'
HAIRCUTS Florida. Kentucky. Mississippi -
I of
Phone 284-9581 Description property:
Lot 3. Block 59, North Suburbs; LEGAL NOTICE North Carolina Georgia ,5+' '. .
Rat ;
UNLESS such! certificate shall
We give be redeemed according to law South Carolina Tennesseeand .' -

the property described in such IX THE CIHjCriT COURT OF Virginia. They are made .
"First flaircut"Certificates certificate will be sold to the CLAY COUNTY: FLORIDA '
AGIN'Si' I _..J.t'II ... highest bidder at the City. Hall I. Cba.eery-- possible through the generosityof -
I 1"'.:_<::iJI "- door on the first' Tuesday after JESSE C GRANT .IR.,
the first .Mondar In the month of Plaintiff Burlington Industries Foun- e sNCi
sf' Refrigeration from the company with September 1963 which I* the vs.. dation to encourage young mer
And Air 3rd day of September 1963. JLSE GRA."T.
New IDEAS FOR A NEW ERA ALL Dated this 7th day of August. Defendant from the Southeast to under-
ConditioningSERVICE 1963. NO. 36S3
take further training in busi-
Orange Park Barber Shop S / Marlin J. Harris THE STATE OF FLORIDA ness administration who plar
Clerk of the City of TO:
400 W. Walnut St. Hrs. 8:30 aon. to 6:30 pan. Green Cove Springs. Fla. ILSE GRANT to return to use their abilitiesin

Chrysler Airt'mp Sales Green Cove ,Springs same-location for over 15 years Pu'bl1Sh Aug. 8. 15,22. 29, 1963 AVERILL ROUTE NO., PARK.2 NEW YORK developing the industrial po-

Authorized Philco 1 Phone 284-6721 KINGSLEY &. HIWAT.17 : YOU ARE HERBY: NOTIFIED tential of the southern region
that a suit has been filed
Service ." ..... LEGAL NOTICE against you in the'above entitled -

Day Ph. 2&4-368O cause and you are hereby
w a ATIONWIDE SIGN PAINTING NOTICE I required to serve upon plain
tiff's whose
Night 284-3402 attorney name and
MUTUAL INSURANCEcOMPANY I will not be responsible for I f address appear hereon your GEORGE. DUNNAVANTServices e M u <
S. Palmetto _. MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY any debts except those directly written defenses. If any. to the J
". LIfE INSURANCE COMPANY Incurred by or personally auth- bill of complaint in said suit, for George W. Dun- Ifk ,-.. .
y T
Green Core R
Springs orized
by myself.
MomtOffK:Columbus.Oh* copy of which is delivered to
Robert M. Sasser you herewith on or before September navant. who is credited with
Publish 8/8. 15. 22 & 29 9. A. D. 1963.
SIGN PAINTJING Herein fail not or decree pro having established the Clay

confesso will be entered againstyou High band were held at the
UPHOLSTERING LEGAL NOTICE for the relief, prayed in the
LEE WARNER bill 2t: complaint.THE Helm Funeral Home on Aug.

FREE ESTIMATESALL 1x Orange Park. Fla. REGISTER Notce Is hereby FICTITIOUS given that NAME the WITNESS DIVORCE my hand and the Dunnavant. a retired Patricia Well. Carroll Baker. Terry Turner and Larry Lan-

WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2646316INSTRUCTIONS undersigned under the provision sea lof said Court at Green Cove Navy chief musician died at caster represented Clay County at the Food Science Workshoplast
of chapter 865.09 Laws of.Florida Springs Florida this 6th day of. the Naval hospital in Jack- week.
A. D. 1963.
Acts of 1957 will register
ORANGE P.ARKUPHOLSTERY or SCHOOLS :with the Clerk of the Circuit GEORGE L. CARLISLE sonville on Aug. 10. Followinghis
The teams from
Clay County worked on the expeilments
Court Clerk Circuit Court
9CW in and for Clay County.
he made his
State of Florida. upon receipt By: Sue McCormick retirement "Water Changes in Vegetables" and "Fun With Chlorophyll"
of proof of publication of this Deputy ClerkJ. home: in Green Cove and took
Archie PadgettOn notice the Fictitious name of T. Norton. The purpose of the experiment "Water Changes In Vegetables"was
LAKE GENEVA INDUSTRIES Attorney for Plaintiff an active part in the establish-
to investigate the effects of salt solution in vegetables.
Klngsley Ave.. Just Signed( ) ARNOLD LARSEN Address: P. O. Box 372 ment and development of the
BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP Aug. 1. 8. 15. 22. 1963 Green Cove Springs, Florida They learned the structure of fruits and vegetables, how plants
East of Hwy. 17 E. BRADFORD PYKE Publish Aug. 8, 15. 22 29. 1963-p high school band.It .
change as they grow older, how this affects the eating quality.
Ph. No. COnrress 4-9213 has been said that he
Complete Auto & Furniture LEGAL NOTICE spent also discovered that salt
RU 2. Box 47 LEGAL NOTICE They dries out the vegetables but
Orange Park, Fla. much of his Navy pension for,
Upholstering ".' .acts as a preservative in pickle making.
Green Cove Springs .nsi"c5dvNrt i-- '
1400 W. 'Ifiewild/Ave.. IX 1iDGE'SSICOURT4 r. ; e ; band uniforms and equipment
QF CLAY COUIiTY.FLORIDA. .. -LEOAI. OtOTICEiNOTICE The purpose of the experiment "Fun With Chlorophyll"was
Phone 284-3859 Ph. r 284-3505' no. Sea IS HEREBY GIVEN He is survived by his widow,
NOTICE OF PROBATE.IN that a Public Hearing will be to determine the effect of cooking time on Chlorophyll
ELECTRICALAtlas If Long Distance Call Collect Cove Cove Florida Mrs. Lenora Dunnavant; a son
Springs held by the Clay County Beardof :
RE: ESTATE OF The color of fruits and vegetables is exceedingly important to
LILA TAYLOR COLLINS Adjustment on Thursday George. Jr., of Green Cove; a
Freg E timate"AFr DECEASED. August 29, 1963.In the Board of our,eating pleasure; We eat with our eyes'. someone has said-

Electric & Mechanical PAUL Pickp. 'and: ne ivcry ,The interested State.of.i-torlda'"in the to'estate"all persona of -Coup room./in y ({.Commissioners the Clay County meeting Courthouse daughter'Quincy Mrs.and four Virginia grandchildren. Suberof meaning that food must look good if we are to eat it. Color more

said decedent: in Green Cove Springs than else makes food look
Company Handle Any and An of Your You are hereby notified that a Florida. beginning at 8:00 anything good whether on the dining

Upholstery Needs! written Instrument purporting o'clock P. M. table or at the Supermarket. The length of cooking time was
W. d* all types of ctotriealwiring. to be the Last Will *n4 Testament Said bearing is called regardIng Burial was In Providence
All Legal Beverage HAROI'3AXLEYOwner of said decedent has been the Notice of Appeal by the. cemetery. Quincy. on Aug. 13. tested to determine the loss of chlorophyll. It was found the

U.terer 21 admitted to probate in said applicant, for.. variance to longer cooking time the more chlorophyll was lost thus affect-
Open S A.M. to 1 &..M.Duval yrs. Court. permit a Building Permit to be
issued on the following described ing the appeaL
I EDti.e BAXLEY You are hereby commanded eye
RAY SHIPP UaKortfc within six calendar months from property:
Owner and Manager Copoty Son and Upholsterer ---. 4 yrs. the date of the first publicationof Lot S of Powell's Subdivision BLUE DEVILS They also find<.l it was. better to cook green vegetables

., OraBffo Park E. A. HUMMEL this notice to appear in said according in Plat Book to plat 4. Page recorded without the cover as the acids form on the cover and go back
Phone court and show cauH.if any BEGIN WORK-OUT
284-9228 Upholsterer 6 yrs. you can. why the action of said n, Public1 Records of Clay into the food. When cooked without the cover the acids evaporate -

Court in admitting said Will t. County. Florida. into the air and there Is less loss.
probate should. not stand un- All parties In Interest and The Clay High football squad chlorophyll
revoked. citizens shall have an opportunity : Following the experiments each team demonstrated to tle-

'CLASSIFIEDWANTED (Court C Seal/ Thomas) J. Rivers place.to 'toe heard at said time. j anad*] I week has just of practice.completed its first group the discoveries they had made. *'

of .
County Judge Clay County,
Florida. '; 't OLAT- COUNTY BOARD 'Forty-five boys. have signedup group was accompanied. by Mr. and Mrs. George 1C.

: < ........ First,publication of this" =? OF. ADJUSTMENT for the squad and-word b Owens Jr. .1
: notice on 8th day or August By: : Herbert H. Morris
TO TRADE Electric A. D. 1S6J Chairman that any other interested students -

FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom Chord Organ for Piano In Aug. 8. 15. 22. 20. 19(3
FOR SALE 4 bedroom Publisn August 15, 22. 1963 will be welcomed at
house, newly painted inside and good condition. Phone 264-6148
house Elsie Street Hill LEGAL NOTICE practice.The St. John's RegistrationRegistration
top Section caD 2843860. out, reasonable large yard, appliances 8-22-c LEGAL NOTICE Blue Devils coaching

tarnished. can Penney .
25-tfe The Board of County Commissioners staff for this season is composer -
Farms, 529-8211. 20tfe of Clay County.. Florida, LEGAL NOTICE of all students at St. Johns River Junior College
BE SURE TO SEE; World Book willreceive bids in th..office of NOTICE OF RK-ZO.M.NG of: Billy Montgomery, will close Aug. 30.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. HEARING head coach and athletic direc-
HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bedrooms FOR RENT: 3-room furnished before buying any other ency to be opened at nine o'clockA. Notice Is hereby given that All classes are scheduled to begin on Sept. 3.

1U baths 430 St.; Johns. clopedia. F. L. (Gene) Croft M. Monday. September 9. 1963. on September 3. 1963. beginningat tor; Capers Johnson line
Those who fail to 30 will be
with register by Aug. required to
apU at 100 West SU $50 on the following equipment: 8:00 P. M. In the City Hall In coach Vito line
Inquire at premises. P. T. lights and water. Phone GCS your local representative. P. 0. Eight (8) New Two-ton short Green Cove Springs. Florida a ; Cappizzo pay an additional registration fee of $5. No registrations will
wheel base Dump Trucks. with Public Hearing will be held by coach; John Neely "B" team
Walnwrirht, 430 St. Johns. 2843213. 5-9 Box %01. Keystone. Phone 473- V-8 Engine. 2 speed axle with the City Commission for. the be accepted after Sept. 9.

8-8,15-c 4896. Aug. 1. 8. 15. 22,29-p dual wheels. 10 ply 8:25 x 20 purpose of considering the rezoning coach.J. .
Registration for part-time students may be accomplished in
22. north
Tires with tubes. vacuum booster of Lot 11. Block Goolsby. President of the
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house brakes oil filter oil bath air suburbs. Green Cove Springs any of the following ways:
FOR RENT: 1912 Beth Drive- cleaner Heavy duty Front End. from R-IA (Residential. ) to C-2 Dads' Club has announcedthat
on large lot. Convenient to FIVE ROOM MASONRY house Heavy-duty Radiator. Heavy- (Commercial. ). a. Register in person in the Registrar's office from 8:30:
6 Rooms &: bath, oil wall furnace duty springs. Three (3) Yard All parties having any Interest season tickets will go on
school and church. Stove fur- Three Bedrooms Laundry, Car Dump Body with single teleocope in the above suggested sale o'clock until 4:30 Mondays through Fridays until Aug. 30.
fiber glass drapes. today. By buying a $5
nished. Phone 284-4244. port. Excellent for Retired Hoist Lift with cab shield change are urged to be presentat b. Register by mail using the proper forms which may be
fenced yard 1 block from Ben- end turning signals with 2x2" this meeting and make known season ticket you will help boost
7-25 8-15-c Couple or School Teachers. angle iron on front side of their objections thereto if any obtained by the Registrar's office. Fees must accompany such
nett School. $65.00 month. guard to dump body. there be. the school athletic program at
Can 284-3565. Good gas range. Best part of Alternate Bids are requested. Signed Marlin J. Harris a savings to you. registrations.c. .

HOUSE FOR SALE: $100 down town. Apply 120 North El- (1) Bidder rfhould give best cash Clerk Register In person in the Student Center on the campus
price delivered in Green Cove Pub. Aug. 22. 1963LEGAL Season tickets are availableat
FOR SALE: Pears $1 a $40.00 monthly. 2 bedroom: more Ave. H. E. Huff Phone i Springs and not Include taxes as the following locations: between 6 and 9 o'clock today or on Aug. 19 or 21.

bushel 411 Cove SU GCS. frame, 80% completed, nearly 284-3169. 8 /15 County with trade-in is Tax of Exempt.Eight (8)(2)Ford Bid XOTICELEG..L MAYHUGH'S DRUG STORE Registration of fulltixne students will be held in accord-

new. Nice lot U mile from, Dump Tucks, 'which can be seen ance with the following schedule. Students are asked to adhere -
8-15 &; 22 c at (County Barn after 5:00 WILLIAMS HARDWAREBANK
I I Shiloh church next to Bohan- OPPORTUNITY OPEN for ambitious o'clock P. M. Terms to be ar NOTICE to this. Students should be prepared at the time of registration -
FOR SALE: Spool bed, mat non house. Call Mr. Price. East man 25 to 52 to op- ranged.The Commissioners reserve the BOARD MEETING... SPRINGS. WESTERN AUTO to pay all fees and to purchase all necessary books.

tress and springs, studio couch, I 5-4016 Pa1atl a. or write B&P. erate retail Watkins Route in right to reject any and all bids. CITY OF & Student insurance is available at $2 and college officials strongly
executive desk and chair. 3646 Gandy, Tampa. 8-15, 22-p this community. Earnings from Clerk to. Board FLORIDA CERY STORE. CLAY HIGH urge that all students purchase this insurance:
August 22. 29. 1963 Notice Is "herebv given that and transfer students whose last
I Returning names begin
Sudlow 405 St. John's Ave. !
$100.00 to $150.00 easy the assessment roll of the Cityof SCHOOL OFFICE. AND, CA-
Green Cove. 8-15-p''I FOR SALE-Girls' Bicycle, 26' the beginning. For interviewin a3Iy0qvtxrI Green Cove. Springs. Florida i with -
Rollfast. Good condition. showing descriptions property A L Report August 28. Wednesday from 8:30-12:00 A.M.
i your area. write Watkins, 65S for the year 1962 will be sub- I

HOUSES FOR SALE I I $20.00. Call 284-3176 8-15-c West Peachtree SU N. E.. At i\ THE COUNTY: olrnGE.S mitted for to the approval City EqualizationBoard at the City M Z Report August 28, Wednesday from 1:00: 4:00 P. M.

$200 DOWN $60 monthly" carport I lanta. 8/15-22-29 c COURT FLORIDIX 01' CLAY PROBATE.COUNTY Hall in said City at 8:00 P. Mon GREEN ,COVERS TO All other students whose last names begin with -
3, 1963.
large lot. Frame, very' FOR SALE: Freezer upright. >O. 102 All Tuesday persons September desiring to have I I APPEAR ON T. V. A G Report August 29, Thursday from 8:30 12:00 A. M.

i Guaranteed. $80.00. 20 cubic -I OFFICIAL NOTICE ESTATE OF corrections made in such roll. H-L Report August 29. Thursday from 1:00 4:00 P. M.
nice. Spruce St. near_ school I . ALICE. M. LAMBERT.Deceased whether on listing valuation of .
Mr. Price EA 54016 Palatka.' feet chest freezer. Likenew= - NOTICE .property or otherwise are re- Green Cove Mayor El'B. Tay- M- Q Report August 30 Friday from 8:3012:00: A. M.

i write B & P Mortgage, 3646\ $150.00.. Carey's Trading Post TIMBER SALE Commercial THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: the questd undersigned to file with City the Clerk office on of lor and Mrs. Jack Saam. .whc .R -.Z, Report .August 30. Friday from 1:00: 3:30 P. M.

Gandy, Tampa. 8/8-p Green Cove Springs 8-15-c pine- .and- hardwoods 'scattered Residence Irene McCarthy Unknownand or 'before noon Saturday .August heads 'arrangements' for the '
31. 1963. their petition In writing
t throughout approximately 6.OW setting forth. in detail their objections forthcoming Labor Day Family

WANTED: Fine Old Furniture FOR SALE: 40 foot Mobile acres Canal right-of-way in James/o C. G.Lamberto Sargent &. Sons Corp. and the to corrections such assessment which they roll Frolics will discuss the- Frolic

and Antiques Top Cash Cruiser House-trailer ((1954)) Putnam County. Sealed bid Broadway desire to. have made. program over Channel 4 at 1
Graniteville. Mass.and Signed / Marlin J. Harris
284-3280. 8-15-c I 2 bedrooms tub and shower by 11:00 A. M. Monday, 16 Sep. all other persons concerned City Clerk p. m. tomorrow. .
I good condition on 105' x 218 tember. 1963. For detailed information You and: each of you' are I Pub. Aug. %%. 29. 1963 Next Wednesday Mrs. Saam

LOST 1 Water Ski Sundayin lot within .city limits. Com, contact Florida has hereby been notified. filed that in aid a petition Court LEGAL NOTICE and Sandra Stump who is

St. Johns near GCS Municipal pletely fenced. Phone 284-6041 Canal Authority, 803 Rossellc prayng for the Issuance: of Let.1er&of ,; Miss Clay County will appearon
de fonts ', .
\ Administration
Marina. Please phone 9 a. m. 6 p. m. and 284-392 Street Jacksonville 4. Florida Non in said estate to Calvin I*. LEGAL NOTICE- the Waldo Norris show--ovei Tire Recapping from Smallest to Largest srzw.-
i 284-3186. 8-15-c after 6 p. m. 8-%% c EL 60405. 8-2%. 29. 9-5-c Brow, and you are. hereby required REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Channel 12 at 10:30 o'clock.
to file your written defenses
Notice is hereby given that
theretowithin forty days .
.* : ..M..M.-M..M i 1 1 1 u t : i n i n 1 1 1 i MI after the first publication. hereof the undersigned under the provisions Disfc. Miller Tires:-Autolffe BatteriesCor.
3 Should you. fail therein decree of chapter S65.09 LAWS
will be entered in due of Florida Acts of 1957. will
I: AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY course, upon said petition. register with the Clerk of theCircuit i
WITNESS my hand and the Court In and for Clay ; 'FC-l
seal of said Court this 20th day County. State of Florida upon CHURCH NOTICE Park and Kin: *? Jacksonville Fla.
: 1111111111111 : 1 : 1111111H 11111 : 111111 11111111 : rrH--X+X--H-H of August. 1963. receipt of proof of publicationof
Signed Thomas J. Rivers this notice, the Fictitious

County Judge name of3IILBEROER'S CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ,EV 0-3027 or EV 4-6491 a
Pub. S 22. 29. Sept. 5, 12. 1963 SERVICE SOCIETYCor.

BASE FURNITURE CO j Itt Signed. Ralph F. MUbergerPub. t. :
E. Houston St. A -
AMERICAN LEGAL NOTICE Aug. 22. 29;Sept. 5, 12.63
Fine Furniture EASTERLING PHARMACY N. Magnolia Ave x;: ,

Carpeting Appliancce, . . . OFFICE: SUPPLY CO. .NOTICE' OF IVTETTTIOjr: TO GREEN .COVE.SP.RIYGB. . . .. ,._....._-. ._ _. .4..._ .TQAND '.. "

I Complete Home Furnishing Reliable Prescription Service REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME FLORIDA .-:.:
5053 Roosevelt Blvd. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. OwnerSpecialists Notice. is hereby given that .,' ,
Y 1 the undersigned tinder tne pro- : .Services. held J Sunday ... . ... . ..-. .-. ..IN.-. . > -
Jacksonville EV 7-401 Complete Cosmetic DepU. i visions of chapter 865.09. Laws 5J at 11'aim.Subject: .
in of. i Florida Acts of 1957. will r1 '. d =

TRAILERS I '.' .Cameras; -. Films: 4tl Office! .Snpples| :; rice. Equipment Circuit register Court with the In and Clerk for of Clay the -: .. .. . . ...ORANGE i *PARK-

r Pacemakers and Peerlea County. State of Florida. uponreceipt
Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries of proof of publicationof
Air Stream for Travel this notice the Fictitious
FOB THE BEST in all-round 25thA
1005 U.S.. Highway 17' Phone 246431THURSDAY.
Used Trailers-Bank Complete Line of Greeting name of
Financial ALAS ELECTRIC MEGHANICALCOMPANY good printing: try the CRESCENT cordial Invitation Is extendedto

0017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2071.Blandln_ *. !4.j _a Cards -
i' BUTS; MOBILE HOMES. Signed. Earl R. Shipp. Jr.Pub. PRESS. LNCL. The price attend 'our'aerriees.
DIG 22. 29. Sept. 5, 12. '63
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