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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 37 ; XO. 38 GEEEN COVE SPRINGS, TIIURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1963 10 CENTS PER COPY-;

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County's Health Getting Milk Back In


As A Matter of Fact


Better Health Officer Says


,. Schools Students

;
While:there are.many health 3,000 of Marion County's 15,000 I children. Dr. Covington said it

and sanitation problems in the school age youngsters are suf- was almost endemic to certain

Clay ranked third among Florida counties with eight auto County yet to be solved the fering from diseased tonsils areas of the County. He cited

fatalities during August according to the State Highway Patrol. Approximately Keystone with a relatively
County's health particularly bad teeth or worms.
Only Dade with 14 highway deaths; and Duval with 11; MoreCourt
high income level Cents
among its public school students 2.700 of them are unable as among Pay 2
worsened the Clay record of eight (seven of them occurred in is good. to perform properly in the areas with a minimum of

two separate tragedies near Green Cove on Aug. 14). any of the maladies that affect -
This opinion was voiced yes- school Dr. Smith said becauseof
These were among the 125 persons who died on the State'shighways the 'lower economic
Dr. deficient diets causing mal- areas.
terday by A. Y.
last month. The death figure for the State in the Covington

had dieda Clay County Health Officer. nutrition.No Contrary to the views of Dr.
first eight months of 1963 totals 921 38 more than Gustafason's Gets Three

year ago at this time. Only two counties. Holmes and Union. The question of the health/ such situation exists in Smith in Marion County Dr.

got through the first eight months without a fatal highway level among the County's pub- Clay County, according to Dr. Covington said he did not believe Sets

accident. lic school students was put to Covington. He said his depart- a general program of On Fifths; Foremost Takes

The State Highway Patrol is engaged in an intensified Dr. Covington by The Crescent ment had found that screeningof vitamin feeding was useful. Hearing

effort to reduce highway deaths and injury in a program after it was revealed that one children referred to him by Vitamins are useful only to -

called "Operation Trackdown" and has asked for the assistanceof of every five Marion County teachers is a far more effi- those whose diets are deficient Base AppealThe Other Portionr

all enforcement agencies. youngsters is suffering from cacious method of detection' he believes.

"The fall and winter months are among the year's most malnutrition.Dr. than fast examination of all Florida Supreme I into-
a
There is marked
a improve-
dangerous," said Patrol Commander H. N. Kirkman "and we the County. Court has set Oct. 15 for Milk went back the County public school cafeterias

urge everyone .to go -all out in an effort to "held the line on P. H. Smith Marion 5,000 students in ment in the health level of oral arguments in the appeal yesterday at a 2-cent premium over prices paid last June.

highway crashes by using safe driving practices as their County Health Officer said Admitting there is some mal- Clay County youngsters within on validation of Green The Board of Public Instruction, faced with the lees of

weapon." last week that approximately nutrition among local school the past five years and an even Cove Springs' $775,000 in federal school lunch funds bowed to the identical demands of
I ILitile
-greater one during the past revenue certificates.The milk producers and contracted with Gustafson's Dairy for three

decade according tot h e appeal was taken to fifths of the public school requirements, at six of the County's-

Health Officer."Youngsters biggest schools. The balance went to Foremost Dairies.As .
the State's highest court by _
The City Jf JBartow several years ago acquired the $5 Ruth Baptist Concludes
a result, the County's 5.000 public school students
two residents of Clay and are
million air base there and has developed it into a thriving industrial in Clay Countyare
now charged 32 cents for lunch with milk nine cents for half
of St. Johns counties ;
park. Approximately 30 corporations now are locatedon far more alert today far one
who have been for months a pint of milk which producers are selling to some counties!
the former federal property. National Session At Va. CityMore cleaner and in far better
outside the jurisdiction of the State Milk Commission at four
Located midway between Bartow and Winter Haven, the health, than they were five or unsuccessfully con esting I
cents a half pint.
property has not yet developed any use for its aircraft landing ten years ago," he said. "Thisis the constitutionality of the
than 500 persons representing 65 churches in nine enabling legislation under I I The action of the local Board was in line with recent
and maintenance facilities. a reflection of the sanitary
states concluded the annual meeting of the Association of Old cave-ins to the producers demand (always Identical) for a
W. B. and : 'C. R.Odom who conditions in which many of which the City was author-
Mayor Geiger City Manager ,
Regular Baptists at the Little Ruth Baptist Church in Virginia
whopping 35 per cent boost in the price they get for !milk.
them live. The extension of ized to purchase the former
,
industrial hill have
say development of the site is "over the .
Village on Sunday afternoon. As as 100 of the visitorsare
many Meanwhile the Milk Commission was silent on its 'inve& gation" -
naval
base from GSA.
proposed to turn over the property to the County. The city is rural electrification, the improvement -
said to have been housed in home.
one private
of profits earned by the dairies less than five months ago
said to put approximately $75,000 annually into it and to take in sanitary facilitiesin Plaintiffs in the case are
The Association, which is 101 years old, has members in Edward Wiggins, of Keystone when they sold milk to public schools for 5 cents a half pint.
the home better diets and -
'the same amount :out in rentals and electric light charges. a
Florida, Kentucky Virginia, Ohio :Michigan West Virginia, general in the Frankie Canova of Of eight dairies who indicated a desire to bid on the public
However unlike the agreement between the Federal Gov- improvement
Indiana, Tennessee and Washington State. schools' milk requirements, only four submitted bids. They
Green Cove and Rex
ernment and the City of Green Cove, Bartow -agreed when It economic conditions throughout ;
purchased the property to plow back into its development all The,.three-day sessions during which 47 church members the county are responsi Smith of St. Johns County. were identical. As County School Superintendent Hirris C.

profits. City Commissioner Ted Meyer told The Tampa Tribune housed approximately 500 visitors: was concerned, accordingto ble. While the Court normally Long read off the bids 6.75 cents per half pint a mem-

last week that "we hare a gold mine out there." a leader of the group with "the business of the association gives priority to decisions ber of the board remarked that it sounded like collusion.It .

lots of shouting lots of rejoicing preaching singing and ming- While the incidence of hook- : involving validation proceedings was the Board's third try at getting milk that would not

ling together." worm has dropped way down.: it might take any- inflate the cost of school lunches. In the first two rounds of

The homelife of is not altogether seden- Two.meals were .served on the church grounds daily Dr. Covington believes it is no4 where from two weeks to bidding the milk producers were asking in Identical bids .
a congressman at tables 110 ,feet long. yet a thing of the past. He several months before 7.5 cents a half pint. At that time there was a solid front
Matthews his 'Labor week-
how
'tary. Hear D. R. spent Day
attributes it to diet inadequate against them among the state's counties not controlled by the
end and his account does not include his'Visit toa Chief moderator at .the .sessions was Elder John Hess of handing down a final opin-
sanitary facilities, etc. Milk Commission. Two weeks ago the producers dropped their
:reunion plus his 'trip:to Green Cove en: :Labor Day. Hert;familyJ.Haysi Va. Another Virginia, delegate to the meeting-explained .* ion in the matter.
demands from a 50 per cent rise to a35 per cent rise and
",be.Pu -"",,-, '!t _' _--..-- 1l1a.tthe..,tnau+of, aysf. atits name frou ?t. P W A P.>>_ On the subjectofvenereal The City's Berwick case' will beargued counties"gSveup.. f i- because they'-6ew. as apparent? did
named:SL-operated a ferry across a small river at that location,, diseases which have been on bl: 'Anderson -
"The Congressional beginning with Labor
week-long recess
the milk producers, that federal funds would be cut off unless
When anyoneacross! ..river-wanted the boat they would call the uptrend in neighboring of Green Cove; and his
'afforded fine-opportunity mspentt-a'few days in and
Day me a milk in some form was put back forthwith on the cafeteria
around our ::8th District 'holding"office conferences and participating "Hay. Si." vOther.officials serving were Elder Willie :Kendrick. counties in recent years Dr. brother Thomas n. Anderson -

jof Elkhorn City, .Ky.. .assistant moderator; John Muffins .ofKingspoit Covington says "we have been of 1\ amL tables.In
in a number of events. addition to engagements their successful third round Gustfason's bid 6.75 per
previouslyannounced.. I had the pleasure,addressing Kiwanis Term., clerk; Bruce Muffins of Breaks Va. (no explanation mighty lucky." This luck is The plaintiffs who have
six schools. On
the larger
pint but only to supply County's
), assistant _clerk switched attorneys,
and Dexter recently
; Church moderator of due "he feels to pre-marital
Clubs in Gainesville-and Palatka. and :also of speaking before a the contrary. Foremost submitted a bid of the same price to
Little Ruth.Churtb.: and maternity blood tests to will presumably be represented -
student convocation at the TPalatka Hzgh [&hoOl.I'he annual
: : supply all of the County's schools. Other bidders at the same
Fish Fry 'st Hawthorne which is becoming one of central The group is distinguished from other Baptist groups by treatment where such tests by William H. Ma- price were Velda to supply all schools and Meadowbrook *c

'Florida's most talked of events, drew 6,000 visitors this year the fact its preachers receive no remuneration for ,their servicesto show positive analysis and to ness.
supply a selected list.
from outlying towns and counties. It was the most successful their flocks. a careful follow-up program
The Board voted to give to Gustafson a contract to auppty
gathering ,of its kind that I have attended during the !11at1y Affiliatedwith the Association and represented at the which, in more than 95 percent those schools the company had asked for. The balance was

years it has ,been -featured by the Hawthorne community. A meeting were eight other groups: Sardis, Indian Bottom Mud of all such cases is suc- given to Foremost.

heavy rain and thunderstorm cut short my remarks but I haft River. Friendship, Thornton Union Philadelphia. New Salem cessful. Circus To Schools to be supplied by Gustafson's and the number j&f

a wonderful opportunity to chat with many old friends and and Northern "Salem associations.
students enroled at each are: Chas. E. Bennett 813 studenta;
constituents during the Fish Fry and to extend my greetingsto Benefit ShrineThe 442
Orange Park High School 971 students; Clay High School
those attending before the downpour "My last official engagement ;
students; Keystone School 423 students; Dunbar High School.
was I:ttendanrrf at the JLions Citib sponsored Tobacco international three-ring
USSC 340 students; and Green Cove Junior High 261 students.
Ball: in Lake City on Saturday evening. All in all, I had u most \ Ruling indoor Hamid-Morton Shrine Total 3070 students.

,enjoyable and successful week in Districtand 1 was able vo
my circus with 40 new acts will "
The remaining 1963 _students enrolled In the 00urMf"'s
see and! _talk with hundreds of friends." be presented in Jacksonville's
schools will be served by Foremost Dairies.
spacious Coliseum. October
*'

'Senator Geore? Smathers' receic statement tguoted in the Frees: Convicts ; 456.Sponsored by Morrocco Temple years. -1 and 5 P. M.. Reeerv. "sfft*.

:Miami Herald on Aug. 31) mat he would back a gubernatorial proceeds from the Shrine Shows on Friday October 4will sell for $S, $2. and M. 'The

candidate "on the condition ghat the candidate strongly backs event will go to Temple activities begin at 3:30 and 8 P. M. Coliseum seats 14.806 and t+ke--

;the President" was icked u> in hiary: by one of-vhem. and charities. The Hamid- The Saturday schedule includes ets will be available at the box

Scott Kelly wired Senator Smathers that "I would be .delighted Situation StatewideConservation Morton circus bas been show- performances at 1, 5 and office up to show time each

:: and grateful :10 accept your support in the 1964 guber-1 Ing over the nation for many 8:30 P. M. and on Sunday at performance.

:iratoaal campaign, but to be perfectly frank and

:you and so that there: can'be no misunderstanding between I

tis in,.this mattrr-I cannot endorse the;policies of the K nnedyAdmlnbtration Approximately 12 persons convicted in Clay Connyt Circuit Shands Bridge Dedication Sec

us they now stand as a condition for :your Mews Court and sent to state prisons are now free as a result of the

rapport. so-called Gideon opinion handed down last spring by the U. S.

r "You can readily! see that if I should endorse tte Kennedy By Allen LastingerSoil Supreme Court.

Administration I would be
and those who hate encouraged me to seek the governorsbip. The: Clay Soil Conservation been without .benefit of a defense attorney resulted in the

I repeat for emphasis and clarity I am .a conservatSre: Don JJ&trict has received the first; passage, of a hill in the Florida Legislature providing for creation -

ocrat/ inserting channel catfish .1._ of the County office of public defender to look after the

to, come to Clay County from defense of indisents.

v the l"ederalFish: and Wildlife In many her Florida counties the first rash of convicts

While Secretary of State Tom Adams .has removed himself Service WeU&a. asking for a new trial was set free because all of them hadserved

_ from the gubernatorial race (because he could not in good Thee; fingerlings were received the, better part of their sentences. Beyond that 1t was : ---
__ from the ha tcherr- difficult if not impossible to reassemble the prosecution wit-
conscience do his present job justic and campaign at the same -
.
_ time), there is no lack of candidates. Others include Mayor truck Sept. 23 to stock a 6-acre nesses.The -'- .
f a -- ra
_ :JIaydon Burns of Jacksonville; Frederick Sari of Daytona pond: for John H. Pace. Jr.. of legal taleats of "Judge". Peel, now serving a .

Beach; Fred Dickeraon. of West Palm Beach: State Senator Orange Park. And Bryant S.11 life term in Raiford :Prison In connection with the Chilling-

John E. Mathews. Jr.; and others. Carroll's 6-acre pond at Keystone wortb murder case In .Miami several years ago was seen as afactor
Heights. In the early petitions of a number of these prisoners.

The cats are stocked at the The "Judge" is believed to have aided prisoners at' Raiford in

rate of 50 fingerlings per acre preparing their petitions. Prison officials cot: wind of the .fact
Lowndes County. Ga.. and its county seat. Valdosta. )rave for unfertilized. : ponds and 100 the.1w1ge" ms still "practicing la.and he Is said'now to

a new planning director: Hal Davis former senior planner for per acre for properly fertilized be biding his time In solitary as a result.
the Charlotte-Mecklenberg County (N. C.) Planning Com-
ponds. They are four months Mercury::: Karouklis. assistant Public Defender for Clay and
mission. Federal and State officials have approved ;:tY.OOO in Nassau The Shands J
counties. aid the same thing had happened In Nassau.Mr. new Brld.e.connedl day r the
I
dedication
funds for the Valdosta are being
matching
program. old.The hatchery has some chan- Kavouklis. who is one of four assistant public defenders Clay and St. A plaque honexfajr the late made by Rep. Fraser to-

nel cats that are four years old now serving under T. Edward Austin of Jacksonville, said he Johns counties will be Allie G. Shands. builder of getter with State Sen. Verle
expected to appear before the Clay' Board of the original
that weigh 20 Has. each the County Commissioners officially dedicated at 11:30 bridge bearinghis Pope of St. Johns Count
Deaths on Florida's highways rose from 1,209 (and 48.464 weight of their cats at at their next meeting on Oct. 14 to explain the functionsof o'clock on October 30. according' name win be unveiledat State Sen. ;

Injured) in 1961 to 1,345 (and 64.777 injured) last year. .average his office and to seek funds to support the work he and his to an announce- the ceremonies at the Charley Johns
4 years old is 18 Ibs. each. This of Bradford Count, who is.
colleagues are doing. Nassau County which has ment west end of
I a populationof made yesterday by the Judge by .
requires proper food and man- .nowacting Clay Coun-
19000. has appropriated $1200 as a first-year contributionto State Rep. S. D. Saunders. his widow. Among otherhonored
agement to obtain, this weight. trs caretaker senator pendin -
the function to which Duval County has appropriated 80000. guests'ai the: eery *
Memorial Plans Catfish are not recommended Ralph Powers member the next elections; andy
_ Clay Auxiliary Meeting I The monies win be
for stocking ponds under number of prisoners who are petitioning for a new of the State Road Dept, Mr. Shand V "._ .former State Sen. Edwin G.
trial has not yet reached its peak according to Mr. Kavouklis.He two brother : Joseph Fraser who
five acres In size and anyone for this district will be the recently retired
Gldays Phillips announces There will be installationof
Mrs. an said he believed only those who were "on the haIr have Shards o f Jacksonville from the
having ponds of five acres or principal speaker at the Senate to become
that the Clay Memorial officers for the coming year yet sought retrials. former president of the At-

Hospital Auxiliary will and pins will be awarded to the more who would like to have The work load of the Duval-Nassau-Clay Public Defender': ceremonies, according t o lantic National Bank; and its Secretary. In these

for all members for hours in dur- them stocked with catfish next :Mr. Saunders who has conferred plans the Clay County
general meeting put William
hold a office has been so heavy. Mr. Kavouklis told The Crescent that A. Shands. of
members on October 3rd at St. ing the past year.It year should put an order in neither he nor Mr. Austin has had an opportunity as yet to with him and with Gaines vine, industrialist Chamber of Commerce and

MarY's Parish Hall. Green is hoped that all memberswill now with the Clay Soil Conservation meet with Clay's County Commissioners. He said that this members of the legislative and former president of the the St. Augustine and' SL

Cove Springs at 7:30 o'clock. try to be present. _District.. P. O. Box 0" ,beiremedJeoXwithln'a matter of a few weeks. delegation during the past Florida Senate. Johns Count Chamber are
334. Green CoveT assisting.T .
two weeks on plans for the Final arrangements for









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1 '( ( (Etmnttj 4 Crescent! p ottikkcr Seven For One ClaymM! News Notes 1



by DUNCAN GRONERThe By MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND 1
The HigglCost; of Milk
County'S high school football season got off to what I A few days ago..we"heard; a I other ol Clad Hill who is suf-
.
,.- -.... might be called an inauspicious beginning last week. i. squirrel in one. of our trees fering of. her same- trouble she

t. Inflation hit tti Oountiy!"1"public_" school cafeterias yesterday Both Orange Park High and Clay High were badly beaten; ttl fussing at something. Of has suffered] from for so long

like a ton of milk. : Only Keystone High won. To those who regard the playing course this old hunter 'grabbed- but sorry/ to say. she isn't improving -
identical bids from the milk
a Faced with three'rounds of fields of Clay County as a battleground this must have come as the "pop gun" and took off! as all had: hoped.: We
.
I cent increase in
producers; the first two demanding a 50 per a sad Initiation. The squirrel was to a-,tree in do)> wish speedy'recovery for
price the third a 35 per cent rise; and the imminent loss of fed-
the chicken yard. We slipped both of them
eral school lunch funds (because no milk was available to In one of the losing games. I am told a coach cursed the
out and around the cheiken-
players and called j
of Public Instruction followed them "chicken, which translated into
I school students), the Board house and found the rascal"was
-
English means cowardly. The Junior choir at Highland -
the
the lead of Duval. Alachua and other counties under juris- I II
at old'cat!
fussing our
diction of the State Milk Commission and agreed to buy the Before the first game one of the coaches informed me he ; 'i is improving greatly in
She was lying patiently on the i
had already their singing or at least they
milk at 6.75 cents a half pint. recommended some of his pjayers for college schol- ra ground watching and waiting
The quesiton then was whether the County would absorb arships. With only two weeks of scholastic work and no gameson I proved1 this irt their song Sun-
-
the additional $11,000 of cost or pass it along to the 5,000 which to base his Judgment of the scholastic and/or athletic '. for that squirrel to come dorm] day morning Eeatha. Ben and
she could tackle it! When
students and/or their 10.000 parents.It merits of those so recommended this one comes under the so I Bonnie Prevatt and Dana P'n-
she Bessie and the shotgun
should be said in behalf of the School Board that they heading of jumping the gun. .f'P saw darvisalso sung us a special.
she just lay still lookedIat
held out as long as they dared. The County schools coaching staff does not come high. Bessie and 'back'-up at the These songs were enjoyed by
Milk Commission has presumably delved into the Among the four high schools there
The State are two fulltime coachesat I squirrel and lay just as stillas
profits of the milk producers as of last June when they were a total of $11.500 and three assistant coaches who receive :
she could her eyes set on
the County milk at 5 cents a half pint. supplementary pay totaling $1400. Dunbar
selling High has no paid ;
to the question: why do the dairies need a 35 coach or faculty member who draws the squirrel. Of coursethe ;%< ittKt: .
The answer a supplement. All others I I Metcalf & Sons Crab Co.. of Picolata, an employer of hunter soon sawthe squirreland .
cent increase has not been answered. according to the Board of Public Instruction work
per at it for the approximately 75 persons from the Green Cove Area goes ,shot it out of the tree.
Three ago the steel companies tried to raise prices fun of it.But .
years
"
through 7,000 pounds of crab daily to produce 1,000 poundsof -
and the old 'cat proved' to bea
after a round of wage increases. The entire Kennedy adminis- far more important than the cost of football is the picked meat which is shipped all over the United States. good retriever too This is i i: \:::. ftY"if;;:

tration was on their backs in 48 hours on the theory that the results of magnifying. the importance of football games and Shown above. Henry Metcalf supervises loading of a trap three or four squirrels she has Holiday'Fun
Governor
is Bryantin
price increase was inflationary.Vhere winning them. Under the present system I believe the system boat. Traps are taken into the St. Johns River and left there treed for us. She not be
may When. kid take .
thirds of the a holiday.
that will cost two or more
this milk price rise creates an elite which benefits the first string players and leaves for 18-24 hours.Approximately. much on looks but when it they're not the only ones who are

public students in the entire State'i the balance of the student body as a cheering section. It is not comes to the hunting; she is enjoying-themselves. For theca-
as if there were tennis courts nine member of.the-family.schoot
or debating societies or dramatic
there.
right Now carr even
clubs at which others might excel. Football is it. Sam McGarvey come up witha holidays. They're are the special special occasionstoo. times

I believe an integral part of any school program shouldbe taller tale than- thisT But when a dog and

an inculcation of a spirit of fair play a sense of teamwork this isn't"1n1agnary. it is true!' r- his young master -

I t County I discipline and stroP/ bodies in that order of importance.I w'tE r ... .._ more hare time Lots t()

r can find only one justification to the theory that "our team" Among the visitors at the C Ii: ; .. play together.
must always win. It is the theory that a winning team produces Romps the

Cookery first rate high school football players who get scholarships to Highland church Sunday were \. .,.. country and
Y Mrs. Shirley RUey and children games with:
colleges that emphasizes winning football games over winning
,of boys
also Mrs. Lois Chlsms: groups
Rhodes Scholarships. I think it is not a valid justification are great fun? for adog.. Some
brother.from Georgia. Shirley's -
because the ends of education are education and not footballor I bright pooches-have- turned oat
t'' I .-.:>; r -, blood. parents were to Eawtey. to,be great outfielders when base-
1 -:: .by her dad; Homer- Srnith. ball is played with a.rubber baIl
: Jerry Koza While there are others in the County who agree with.me, I i preaching at one of the soft::enough' to be. held: between

l don't expect the majority of the County's parents ever to accept I churches in. Lawtey Sunday a dog's teeth..Most dogs love to
retrieve a ball, stick: or almost
r the notion that an intramural athletic program in each school I
1I I II morning. anything thrown for- them to
I would produce as much spirit of fair play teamwork disciplineand kw chase af ten
Castleberry's concoction whichis We.understand radio station -
I would think that any good strong bodies and far more fun. at substantially less : "Go Fetch!'.js.a summer game

small food processor would fully as flavorful as what expense (in money blood fuss and various other items) thana in Orange Park broadcasts I pay boy. cam teach his. dog, advises .

\ be a candidate for purchase one of Great Grandmother'scooks program such as we now have. : program from some t, Clarence C., Fawcett. an
I I by Campbell's Soup the Gen- once brewed.It Baptist church in. the Black authority-oni dog training;at the
The. present system takes less than 20 boys the first Purina ODg- Care Center in St.
is a blend of well-cooked Creek Association each Saturdays
to :
eral Motors of what's good :: :
I team and exalts them as something superior to their peers. I Louis,.Missouri.
beef and pork in their own morning at 7:30 if we I "With, leash
t ; In its inherent your-dog: n start
caste it makes
the
system members of the .
eat.Campbell's
broth tomato tomato co- undersand the time correctly
has within recent corn catsup teaching him to>fetrft by rolling
years picked up Pepper- puree corn starch and called "B" team somewhat inferior. For those who tried and We do not know: yefc if the! a ball or toy just few feet from

Swan- flavorings.A did not make the "B" team the results could be psychotic. And itghlandi Clay HUH or Long I.. him as.yjou say,,''FETCH When
ridge Farms. Sara Page. l
on down the line. he pjtksuptf1e.G; ect,repeat the
son and other name brands. 45-cent can. served with a 18 hours later. Metcalf's men go back to pran b. churches- .JH take command': while gently pulling

t Yet all small companies are simple salad and either hot I It is the same vicious and foolish snobbery that existed empty and rebait the traps. The squirming mass of crabs part in: these pros sam.' the pupi toward:joui.' '*

not anxious to become divisions rolls or. better still home- in World War n among all American males. Those im combat come "home" in metal drums which are lifted onto the dock' "NTev chase-- after a dog.

of a big company. One baked toast should satisfy the looked down their noses at those who were overseas but not to with a block and tackleThe crabs are steamed in the Met-- Our two Nellie Wilkinsons br.aihgthe-Teach.biin tabxingrehjects> cord.to" you.

A such is Castleberry. a Georgia heartiest appetites of three or combat. Those non-combatants overseas looked down. their calf plant, picked and tinned there in a scalded-clean at-i- are in- tile RiversJte hospitalin If the;occasion for nC the schoofi

food processor that turns out four people. With this canned noses at soldiers and sailors and Marines assigned tothe States. mosphere. Metcalf formerly operated crab canning plant Jacksonvilleset.. or ware hol ay is.soaaraer.however, tte

j a small list of beautifully prepared peaches or pears or cherries And they in turn looked down their noses at such. as .the at Panacea. Fla., Perry, Fla., and Quitman. Ga. He trana the lam we heacdL The one Pt Tina Dog; Care Center's e*>

meat concoctions mostly with vanilla wafers would merchant mariners (no uniform), who looked down.their. noses ports his emptoyrs from Green Cove to and from his plant from:Eawtey fon- surgery ftom
1I with a Southern accent. make a meal for a king. at defense plant workers who' looked down their noses- at the4F's by bus. Fifty-three of them are engaged in picking: the r Ht' : which?she was:reeovering-nice 1 L as hard:wa animals as on pe 4jJe..

The Castleberry product' is The Gorgia Hash (57 cents or others who could not be drafted because of. essential in crabbing. operations. He expects to get into canning -catfish I ly ware glad! to>> state the Coot hours of the day, or si .

in all ways superior to its com- for a 1-pound can) is a variantof non-defense work. Having by then reached the bottom of the lit the near future. I all: I axeaA are xee". trended.

petitors; on the other hand it the Brunswick stew. Instead barrel everyone was< neatly classified as they are today in the I

I of it contains world of public nigh school athletics. I
I sells at a premium price. corn potatoes
'f think you usually get what you I and to the flavoring is Under an intramural system of athletics everyone:; who. -

pay for and in foods this is added brown sugar vinegar wished would have an opportunity to learn the rudiments of.'

( more likely to be true than I I sodium nitrate and sodium football and a far. far greater number of boys- would, benefit

elsewhere. nitrite. from the lessons of fair play teamwork discipline,etc.. :

Castleberry cans pork barbecue Castleberry's suggests that At the end of the football season will the players who. The Bank off Green Cove Springs

beef barbecue and a this be treated in one of two have been pushed and shoved and bullied and cursed inta what.

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barbecue sauce for hot dogs or ways. is shall we hope a winning team able: to:. compete

what have you. all of which One suggestion is that it be scholastically intellectually with the girls whose school lives

0 I are mouth-watering. Barbe- used as a stuffing for bell pep- have not been overshadowed by this 90-day compulsion ta win. Housing Loam: For Home Improvement

cued meat of any kind is long pers. Cut the tops off four to classify to exult a few at the cost of the majority

1 in the cooking if it is properly peppers seed them and par- Or will they say. as a citizen of the County said!: to me last

prepared. I doubt if a com- boil for five minutes. Add to Saturday that there'd never been a line of news printed:: that I
FHA Title
monly-accepted theory that a the Georgia hash a half cup of held any interest for him?' 1

can of beef stew heated and bread crumbs and a teaspoonof This nation's perilous position in Viet Nam. which fore- .

I doused in barbecue sauce constitutes finely chopped onions. : shadows either a pull-out or another partition: the nuclear test

what has been knownin When the peppers are stuffed, ban treaty plans to join with the Soviet Union: to a new space These loons can be granted to any property owner who is purchas*

the South for a long timeas sprinkle buttered bread crumbson program the remote '-ery remote indeed) possibilities of open

barbecue. top. slip into the oven and conflict between the Soviet Union and Communist China ing or has purchased a house, after qualifying through FHA StandarJs-.

1 f But Castlebenys two winners bake until brown. A fruit salador yes. and the Industrialization of Clay County and the assurancewe

t are its Brunswick stew bananas split and topped have here a properly trained work force so that industry

and its Georgia hash. with mayonnaise and either need not import skilled labor while the County is exporting unskilled -

There are. perhaps as many peanut butter or. preferably men. Those are issues that. I submit transcend the TIME TO z

recipes for Brunswick stew, chopped salted peanuts makea importance of winning. At that they are less important than

or as many variations as there I fine fall meal at the end of broadening the inculcation of fair play teamwork discipline )

are cooks who have prepared a day. etc.. to more than a handful.
I it. An invention of the era It might be served as a '

when servants were so plentiful hungryman's breakfast. In

that one of them could devote such a case melt a tablespoonof Facts fads and Fancies

a day to the preparation butter in a frying pan. add f O

of a single dish. Brunswick the hash and heat; then add ':, ..; "i.: .
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: 11:30 o'clock.: This will be The Altar Society will meeton x fife sustaining needs to if

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Parents are asked to see the children are asked to sit in MOProftttor
taught basic rocketry principle -
Father Kelly to register their the three at .
first two or pews before the Span Ago with -
school-age children for cate- the left of the middle aisle on ttio *"Ralloon long Domonttration.** Try tlyownolfl .. -. c

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VIA Fashion Show I VIA Woman'sLuncheon GCS Garden Jean Jowers' Models !I Clay County Servicemen I

Clt ) Clubs MeetThe
,; Jackie K. Clark airman apprentice I Patrick R. Gurr 18, son of
The Jcnior IVcmarfs Club'':'4\"e! ocd to cuests and presented USN son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gun of
of Green Cove gawe a recep- Mrs. JJ. R. Jollisiant, The V. L A. Federated Wo- Green Cove Springs Mrs. James H. Clark of Green Green Cove is undergoing nine
tion last Thursday evening atthe who was instrumental in en- man's Club of Green Cove Garden Clubs met last Satur- Cove recently completed Avi- weeks basic training at the
V. 1:. A. 'BuilSirs "honoring: courasinj .lhe formation of Springs met last Wednesdayat day at the Courthouse Annex ation Ordnanceman Class "A" Naval Training Center. Great
the V. X A. Tederated" Wo- I the Junior Woman's Club, their clubhouse for the first for the first meeting of the School at the Naval Air Tech- Lakes HI. The training includes -
man's Club. I with a corsage in appreciation.The meeting of the season. A cov- season. This was a combined nical Training Unit Jackson- naval orientation history -
Mrs. Jack Saam, :president,' program and highlight ered dish luncheon was served meeting of the Hibiscus Circle ville Fla. He was graduatedAug. and organization; basic
j jf of the evening was a fashion by the Executive Board con- I and the Founders Circle.Dr. r 30.Charles. military law: seamanship and
Show-entitled "Autumn Leaves sisting of Mrs. Chauncey Demko of Altoona Fla., shipboard routine; ordance.
f PENTECOSTAL HOUINESS from Jean Mowers Scrapbook". Moore president; Mrs. Frank spoke on "Peach Trees and gunnery and damage control;
CHURCH rQn -a beautifully decorated Canova. vice president; Mrs. Grape Vines". He describedthe T. Manhart. airman sentry duty and military drill;
Vermont Ave. stage the models displayed Deward Priest 2nd vice presi- experimental work that he apprentice USN son of Mr. physical fitness; swimming,
( Green CoveSprings gowns from Mrs. -Jowers shop dent; Mrs. A. D. Duck record- has been doing and the resultshe o F and Mrs. W. D. Manhart of first aid and survival.
in ''Orange Park. The show ing secretary; Mrs. Elmer has achieved.A Orange Park completed the
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\I 1 You have a which was moderated by Mrs. Johnson, corresponding secre- business meeting followedthe i----1: Naval Reserve Accelerated 85-
Invitationto Elaine Center- had as models tary. lecture with Mrs. C. Holt day Airmen Training School Army Sgt. Hays W. Moody,
Special attend Mrs. Mary Huntley Mrs. Sara Following the luncheon Mrs. Poster president presiding.The graduating Aug. 29 at the whose wife. Nancy and parents -
Smith Mrs. Tatty Walker. Moore announced that the new program adopted by the Naval Air Reserve Training Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G
Church and SundaySchool
Mrs. Shirley Murphy and Mrs. ceiling and improvements in club for the coming year was r Unit, Jacksonville Fla. He Moody live In Penney Farms,
Sherry Halford. Featured in the clubrooms were completedand the planting of trees in the r began recruit training in June. is participating with other
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Preaching the show was Mrs. Jowers' that the members had community.Mrs. members of the 2d Infantry
11:00 a.m. white Maltese dog, "Mr. worked hard to make this I fol Army PFC William D. Hines, Division in a two week training
announced the
Holt
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Sunday Nite-Berv. 7:00p.m. Scootch." Each model showed dream a realiziatino.Mrs. son of William A. Hines, of session at the Naval Amphibious -
Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30p.m.. lowing off tores:Mrs. Mac Car- Photo by Jerry Koza
4 costumes which varied from Clara Chesser was wel- Green Cove and other mem- Training School Little
Pastor. Ralph S. Morgan ley vice president; Mrs. Har-
sports wear to that special Jean Jowers of Orange Park (with her dog "Mr. Scootch") bers of the 25th Signal Bat- Creek, Va.Moody .
comed as a new member of the mon Chesser. secretary; Mrs.
Phone: -328-2685 gown for that special occasion. club. Among the guests were John Hendricks treasurer. is shown with three models in the fashion show presentedlast talion, participated in Exercise is a fire team leaderin
LION VERT in central Eu- Company B, 1st Battalion of
Miss Josephine Banta, Mrs. Refreshments were served week in Green Cove under the auspices of the GCS
the division's 9th Infantry
W. B. Lucas. Sr., and Miss by the hostesses Mrs. Mac Car- rope.Hines
Junior Woman's Club. Modeling gowns from The Jean a lineman in the bat- regularly assigned to Fort Ben-
Joan Dumbauld.The ley, Mrs. Emory Copoer Mrs.
I talion's Company A near I ning. He entered the Army in
next meeting of the George Dunnavant Mrs. J. Jowers Shop are L: Mrs. Shirley Murphy airs. Sherry Hal-
Karlsruhe Germany entered I November 1961 and completedb
club will be on Thursday October -I W. Cameron and Mrs. Joseph '
ford, Mrs. Jowers, and Mrs. Kitty Walker. Two models
w not the Army in April 1962 com-' sci training at Fort Gordon,
3rd. Cooper.
shown were Mrs. Mary Huntley and airs. Sara Smith. The pleted basic training at Fort Ga. The 22-year-old soldieris
fox Ky., and was last assignedat a 1959 graduate of Clay
show was moderated by airs. Elaine Center.
Fort Gordon Ga. High School and attended St.
Johns River Junior College.
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DRIVE SAFELY! OP Woman's 3d Graders: Miss I MHC & H I The Old Guard News II


Club News Lookabtll Is 0. K. THE OLD GUARD NEWS, November 15, 1963. The first

F FOR THE SAFETY Penney FarmsReporter published by the International I five names on the list are of
Mrs. John Stoudemire
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president Association of Retired Secre- these 100 96
ages 95. and
The third grade in the Mary Helen Lookabill. their ,i
OF O F ALL of the Woman's Club of taries of the YMCA as a mess- two at 94. We of the MHC are
: MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone 529-8131
Charles E. Bennett School in 24-year-old teacher, was in the of human interest
Park enger and proud to have Mr. 'Vilson'sname
Orange announces a
After an absence of three period will follow in the lec-
Green Cove is a serious busi- hospital as a result of an auto- Christian
Fellowship, reports sixth the list.
SCHOOL coffee will be held today at I and a half months, the Rev. ture room. All women invited. on Hearty
CHILDREN mobile accident. "the names of members who congratulations Mr.
Wilson
9:30 o'clock for all members ness.Third and Mrs. Raymond R. Greg Several new members are ex- I
and members at graders are requiredto Miss Lookabill runs fast. ory have returned to MHCto pected. are ninety years of age andover from your many friends in the
prospective
a glorious band. We I Penney
know, and to be able to Another driver runs after her. "rest and reduce", as they. Farms area.
the clubhouse. praise them for their dignity
I
read, about the activities of What had happened on Mon- put it. During this period
; The Rev. Leigh Soule
Murrhee The hours of the Woman's returned their wisdom, their dedicated
they drove 12,500 milesin
some
I people like Sally and Spot. day afternoon to Miss Looka- recently from a most hearts. We wish for them Boosters SetEntertainment
Club Thrift Shop have been
Insurance 30 different states and vis-
Agency
: "Sally runs fast." bill? unusual trip. He first spent peace and contentment, and
changed and the shop will be ited many friends and rela-
six weeks in Dayton, where he warm and loving care to make
"Spot runs after her. The Green Cove police supplied -
tives, some of whom they had
CARRY .open on Thursday and Satur- had been in Y M C A work. easy their road. God bless
These all constitute monu- the answer. The Cres- not seen for many They
years.
ADEQUATE day frmo 9:00: ajn. to 12:00: He next went to Greeley. Iowa, them every one." The Orange Park Boosters -
1 I mental problems.But cent called some of her dis- also visited many historic and Club will
where he had been a pastor sponsor a giant
p.m.I There
INSURANCZ are seventeen nameson
interesting which
i. on Tuesday the prob- spirited students to reassure areas among forty years ago, and found the list of those retired jamboree at the Orange
I were several retirement
i communities
I lem went beyond Sally and them. Miss Lookabill was all and homes for the some people who knew him. servants of the Lord who are Park High School and stadium -

See: RICHARD MURHHEE READ THECLASSIFIED Spot. Students in the class right. On Monday afternoonher aged. They were much impressed Next he visited in Wisconsin ninety years old or over. Sixth on Oct. 12.
I Roy Drusky, star of the
before heading for Canada. a
Agent ADS I broke down and wept. car collided at Orange with what is being on this list we find the name Grand Old
Oprey. of Nashville
Phone 473-4785 ,.. done throughout the Mr. Soule entered Canada of our own Mr. E. R. Wilson -
avenue and Grove street witha countryfor and Glenn Reeves,
from Detroit and made Toronto who will be 93
- .. years old on
--- the comfort and well
; I beingof TV and
car driven, according to police his first stop. In Torontohe recording star of

V ff' by William Hardin Puck- its senior citizens. In their did some research work in The preacher at the Penney Jacksonville will headlinethe
Y estimation, MHC ranks with entertainment.
1 Where The Best Is Better We Collect ett, 42, of Magnolia Springs the best of them. connection with the printingof Memorial Church at 11 o'clock I Beginning In the
apartments. Estimated dam- the Bible by a Rev. Evans, next Sunday will be the Rev. stadiumat

'. Electric for the Cree Indians, by the Dr. George S. Sutton; the' 8 o'clock, Saturday eve-
: age to Miss LookabiU's car: The Rev. and Mrs. CharlesB. ning, Oct. 12, the entertain-
QXLY use of symbols instead of let- teacher of the combined adult
$200 estimated damage to the Cole returned last week I ment will to the
and ; move frontof
I. THE
ters. He was locked in a room Bible Class at 10 o'clock will
Puckett car: $250. after spending a month at where he saw the original type be Mr. Marshall Meriaet.i j i the high school buildingfor
BEST TelephoneBills Lake Oceola Manor in Hender- I dance which
:Miss Lookabill was hospitalized and made some photos of the a at the
s YOUR sonville N. C. They found Miss A. F. Black arrived,I Glenn Reeves orchestra will
books. He will be
at Clay Memorial, suffer- original
delightful sweater weather, home at the MHC
after spend- provide music.
showing these pictures together -
F NEEDS
ing from shock. enjoyed the rugged scenery, with others of his far flung ing four weeks in New York Tickets are being sold by

Her students, fans and ad- apple orchards, flowers, veg- lectures in State and five weeks in Maine high school students and
in beginning
mirers can be assured she will etables, etc., and the fine peo- October.trip visiting relatives and friends. members of the Boosters

HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGS ple in the camp and at the She flew back to Jacksonvillefrom Club at $1.25 for adults;
soon be back on the job. The From Toronto, Mr. Soule
churches.On
New York breakfast in 75 cents for students. Pro
Get It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE young Indian aristocrat ,in "A went to the Upper Canada
New York and lunch at Pen- ceeds from the program will
Passage to India" who thought Village where buildings had I
September 17, 405 garments ney Farms. Her nieces and go to paying off indebtedness -
that a moment's goodbye wasa I been moved in as the resultof
were shipped to Korea; nephews in Augusta, her home on the high school
final farewell was wrong. II constructing the new sea-
1922 Highway 17' Phone 264-6831 Orange Park Miss Lookabill will like Douglas Children's Home Society of city outdid themselves to show stadium and to further improvements

Florida; Montcoal, W. Va.. way.Next her a good time. there.
I MacArthur, "return. Mr. Soule visited the
-- --- and Brewster Hospital of Jack-
Laurentian Mountains northof
sonville. Quebec. Travel around the BUILDING MATERIALS
There were 42 hand-knit
sweaters, also 175 nighties and Gaspe Peninsula was interest- I REMODELING

The 64s from.Ford are here:: 104 jackets for infants all ing, as was Nova Scotia and REPAIRS

Trail. Also, Prince
the Cabet

The Year of the Test Drive starts today! :' hand-made.summer's work This of representsthe various Edward Island called THE" iMUKIfMTi1 iii L\1\f FREE ESTIMATES

: women in MHC, interested in Island by the natives. !, i 1; Orange Park, Fa.(
Of unusual interest was the
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r ; ;; .: the personal "**bf trip to the Magdeline Islands
supervision
Ford have drive tell how much. in the Gulf of St. Lawrence
cars changed. Only a test can you Miss :Martha P. Benson. UM8ERCa
where there was lots of lob- 2646791s "

Races and rallies, economy runs, braking and acceleration tests have : ;. ster fishing.
The Rev. and Mrs. Ernest D.

bred into our 1964 models the kind of total performance you just can't Kistler .of Thomasville Ga., Finally the United Mr. States Soule returnedto via New, d.

the weekend in
spent
the track alone. hard-muscled Penney England where he visited ,
create on test They are fast-moving
Farms visiting with the Coles, Storyland in New Hampshire.He + GREEN STAMPSJ1

sure-footed. Open competition helped make them that way. -"mWALnuoulANCZ yon.and with On Mr.Saturday and Mrs.the Coles Run- drove the full length of the ." U.S. Highway 17

and the Blue
Drive
offer than t rOI.ACBANC:1: and the Kistlers drove down to Skyline
They you substantially more car anything at Ridge Parkway and reports
Tavares and Mt. Dora to visit

their price. You don't have to take our word for itWe're ..,. FORD friends. as scenery goregous along as this any he route saw was in

Mr. Kistler and Mr. Cole Jt "Accentuate the P. U.."
willing to rest our case on our cars. !ikm. were co-workers in Montana, the far off places.
Watch for the announce- J7
in the 20's. Later Mr. Kistler
ments of Mr. Soule's illustrated -
worked in Wiscosin where Mr.
You will appreciate -
Runyo and Mr. Sachtjen were lectures.them. Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land

.. AMS pastors. With the old swimming hole nearby


The executive committee of MRS. EDITH WYKOFFMrs. Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms.

the Myra Morton Bible Class Edith Leah Aiken Wy- See (L's for your Real Estate Needs

will meet in the lecture room I koff, 83 years old a residentof

oft h e Penney Memorial. Penney Farms for more I S. E. McKAYKeystone

Church at 3 o'clock next Mon- : than 12 years died on Sept. 13.

--* At A'IEFAICOM day. I A native of Leetonia. O.she Height, Phone 473-4816
'' the public
was educated at

The Rev. B. H. Curtis will schools there and at Kent

be the preacher at the 111 j State Normal School. She I

o'clockworship service next taught school for nearly a
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Sunday at the Penney Memorial quarter of a century.In .
IF VDU ARE CARELESS
Church. 1925 she was married to ,

M Mrs. Paul W. Harrison will the Rev. E. B. Wykoff and ENOUGH, OUR PRESENT

be the teacher of the combined served with him in Methodist

s adult Bible Class at 10 o'clock. churches in Leetonia and Perry LAS-r1' ,

R O. During her active years

19&C SUPER The fall business meeting of she taught Sunday school

10RQUEFORD the Myra Morton Bible Class served as church organist and .
was a life member of the Mis- i
will be held in the Sactuaq'of

the Church on Tuesday at sionary Society. r

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day of the month making the at 2:300. Then each mother KEYSTONE LADIES' GOLF CITY COUNCIL DATE Club News .
I Social NotesKEYSTONE I Keystone County
Keystone next meeting Oct. 17. He said will know what is expected of ASSOCIATIONN BUSY CHANGED: TONIGHTThe
everyone in the community her. and will know what not
should become a member of to do. This is an important WITH MATCHESOn City Council scheduledto Officers for the Keystone To date the Chippers and

P.-T. A. the P.-T. A., and not the par- meeting and it is nmost nec- Thursday Sept. 19, the meet on Sept. 24, will meet Woman's Golf Association for Drivers are even with four
He enlisted the aid of the ents alone. A good school is essary that all attend. instead this evening. Sept. 26. this season are: President. points each. In the Chippersvs.
OFF TO FLYING. START I I teachers in arranging the a vital force in the community. Keystone Ladies' Golf Associ- at 7:30 o'clock at the Town Pansy Hawes; Vice Presidentand the Drivers match. Voncile

The Keystone P.-TA met I I younger children in parade Membership is only 50c ation held their second team Hall. All persons interested in Publicity Chairman. Car- Ketch defeated Eileen Lee;
last Thursday evening. formation and in keeping per year per person. MRS. GABOARDI match plya of the season. the housing of the Keystone ol Madsen; Recording Secre- I Jane LaCost lost to Fern Gar-
order throughout. He said "QUEEN FOR DAY" The Chippers halved theday.s branch of the Clay County Library tary. Louise Gallop; Treasurer. ber; Janice Batts defeated by
President Billy Wolfe called i judges of costumes will be School Principal Knuth gave are urged to attend. If Mary Brokas; Tournament Dot Parks; Lucille Starnes won
Mrs. Gaboardi of Melrosewas play with the
on Vice President Margaret members of K. H. S. 1963 another run -down of his Putters you have any good ideas as to Chairman. Elva Stedham; Social over Louise Nelson.
Andrewsen to pay the piano graduating class. Hen men- teachers as he had done at the guest of honor at a with six points each. where the Library might be Chairman Cathy Refearn; The Putters and the Sand-

accompaniment to the group- tioned many of the more interesting "Meet the Teachers Night". Mrs.baby-shower George given M. Schaeffer for her by at. The Drivers and the Sand- housed please come and let it I I Grounds Chairman Fran Livingston blasters also halved the day's
adult games plannedfor He was happy to have hired blasters also saw an even be known. ; Team Capt. and Club match with five points each.
singing of the Star Spangled another teacher that day. her home in Keystone last Friday -
this year. No need for I I score totaling seven points I I Rep., Freda Wyman; Trophy Freda Wyman and Pansy
morning.
Banner after which there wasa fill the vacancy left in the aech.
while his
daddy to be bored Chairman Aggie Watson; Jr. Hawes tied to gain one point
flag salute. Mrs. Fred Dodd children are having a ball! Business Education Dept., Guests enjoyed games and In the Chippers vs. Putters 1 Tournament Chairman. Eva each; Gena Christoffers won
introduced Fred Sacher of the The date is Thursday evening when Mrs. Croft left. Mr. admiring the presents they match Freda Wyman lost to I Hall Telephone Committee. over Mary Brokas; Jane Men-
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I Park of the Palms who gave I Oct. 31. and the target is Knuth said that our school is had brought. Prizes were won Voncile Ketch; Vesta Aiken *- GADARA 'Louise Logsdon. I zen lost to Carol Madsen; Lola
the devotional.Mrs. I 1500.00 at least. growing up-not by leaps and for the games. Mrs. Herbert won over Gena Christeffers; Olsen was defeated by Aggie

Mary K. Schaeffer secretary -I Booster Club representative bounds-but steadily and con- Nelsno w noa prize for her Fay Mangel defeated Jane La- HomecomingGadara The Women's Golf Associ- Watson; and Wittie Haynea
sistently. gift being the seventh one Coste ation held its first meet-
: Kitty Martin lost to lost to Lil Lee.
read the minutes of the announced that
I Dick Lovern
May meeting. Treasurer Lena invaded Last year's enrollment. In opened which meant that the Lois Olsen; Lil Lee defeated Baptist Church, ing of the season on September All matches could not be
Keystone was being
I June 1963 was 389; the pres-: next shower: would be for her. Janice Batts; and Lucille seven miles east of Lake 5. A delicious buffet was prepared -
Clemens reported played due to the extended
a present on Friday evening Sept. 20 va-
I Mrs. Gaboardi assistedin Geneva will have its annual and served the board
ent enrollment is 428.He was Starnes scored over Jane Men- by
balance of $66.22 but much of and it was up to the Keystone cations of some members. Un-
K mentioned there would be seven the opening of her gifts by zen. j I homecoming on Sunday. members. Lucille Starnes won
matches will
the expense of the October I Indians to keep these invaders played be madeup
carnival has already been paid from St. Augustine in periods this year-the 7th Joey Whitehead Kathleen Ga- The Drivers vs. Sandblasters i Services will be held at 11 the handicap eagle birdie at a later date.
period being only one half boardi and Martha Schaeffer. match saw Eileen Lee defeat- o'clock and dinner will be event playing her first golf
which means that we should check on "The Reservation" I On Sept. 12. Vesta Aiken
hour to be used for projects Party guests included the ing Pansy Hawes; May Hen on the church grounds at tournament. She had one
make some money this fall. He felt confident they wouldbe broke 90 for the first time!
I Carnival Chairman George La- more successful than last make-up work pep-meetings guest of honor Mildred Sutton -I derson losing to Mary Brokas; I I 1 o'clock. Members and eagle and two birdies. A Times Union Journal Golf
Rue reported on the progress year when the score was St. etc. He went on to discuss a Peggy Prevost Helen Wallace Fern Garber and Su Dwyer friends of the church are Vesta Aiken and Mittie Tournament was held Sunday,
thanked' number of matters of schoolpolicy. Helen Whitehead Frankie gaining one point each; Louise I invited to attend. Haynes tied for second with
I of the plans and j Joseph's Academy 6; K.HJ3. 0.Everyone's Sept. 15 at the Keystone GoU
I Mrs. Etta K. three birdies each.
introduced Shir-
He Bell Menge Logsdon winning over Carol
many of the workers who have slogan he said and Country Club. A Barbe-
with I Carmelita Float who will be ley Whidden Mollie Robinson, Madsen; Kathy Redfearn los- On Thursday September 12.
worked year after year : should "See you at the game! que prepared by Emmett Mc-
out recognition to set the I clinic chairman this year. Mrs. Anna McCullough Marie Ray- ing to Aggie Watson; Dot the women's group opened the Griff topped off the day's ac-
stage for a successful carnical.He Float asked that all women nor. Bee Cooper Lena Clemens Parks defeating Mittie Haynes; season's team match play tivities. Assisting in serving
I reminded who desire to assist in the Lu Nelson Kathleen Ga- and Louise Nelson losing to stand: Putters. 13; Sandblasters with the
thanked his two secretaries l I I President Wolfe Chippers vs. the Drivers were: Pansy Hawes Janice
Margaret Andrewsen and Rhea I I everyone that P.-T. A. meeting clinic meet at the School on boardi Martha Schaeffer Joey I Ruby Tyre. 12; Chippers 12; Drivers and the Putters vs. the Batts. Fran Stepehnson Hilda
Johnson for their diligence.I'I is always on the third Thurs- Tuesday afternoon October 1, Whitehead and Michael Bell To date the team scores 11. I Sandblasters. I I Jackson and Mary Brokas.

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f THEATRE Green Cove Socials i iI Clay Hi's Junior Miss Frazee To Wed J W. Ivey I Junior High PlansThe H


CLAY Class ActivitiesAt Student Council of the governing body of the school,
Phone 281-6711 I The Rev. and Mrs. JosephE. Mrs. Bessie Geiger has returned Green Cove Springs Junior but it is aware of its duty to
Monday thru Friday Two Neth have moved to Green to her home from Clay High School announces its bring the needs of the student
Shows each: evening Cove recently where Mrs. Memorial Hospital. a recent meeting of the members for the coming year. body to the attention of the
7 & 9 p-m. Neth is associated with her Junior Class of Clay High They are Mike Elliott, presi- council and teacher-sponsor
Sat. & Sun. Continuous twin sister Mrs. Wilda T. Rus- School the following class officers den. and Debbie Hamel, vice and if necessary, to the prin-
Mrs. Charles Mishur of East
From 2 p.m. sell, in business. elected Gools- president, who were elected by cipal and faculty of the school.
were : Jay
Center Street has returned to
the student body. As president
Mrs. Mary Pacetti is a patient her home here having spent by, president; Gary Wise, vice ; Mike Elliott appointed Sharon During the year the council
Thursday, Friday, Saturday at Gainesville Medical the summer in White Plains, president; Elizabeth Daniels, plans to sponsor the Safety
and Susa1'enny
Barrie secretary
Sept. 26, 27, & 28 Center, where she is under- N. Y., as the guest of her ; \; Program, the Homecoming
secretary; Nan Weeks, treasurer treasurer.Room .
THE BIRDS going tests. daughter Mrs. Margaret Game the Talent Show Ca-
Monte. ; and Sharon Martin, chap- representatives to the!,I reer Day and other worth-
starring Rod Taylor
Student Council were electedby while causes.Methodist. .
and lain.Mrs.
CHURCH NOTICE Mary Jensen, junior each home room. They are
MOTIIRASun. The Very Rev. Lewis R. class sponsor, announced that i a..: Josephine Bryant, William
Boynton, vicar general of the Mulford, Patricia Hodge Linda Women
., Moiu. & Tues. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE the Junior-Senior Prom will be
Liberal Catholic Church of the
SOCIETYCor. Kenny Sharon Shultz Jan-
Sept. 29, 30, & Oct. 1 diocese of Florida, spent the held May 15th. To raise mon-
E. Houston St. & Y t ice Snellgrove, Kris Hartman Meet
TAMMY AND X. Magnolia Ave week-end as the guest of The ey for this event the Junior aW ., x+ David Mitchell, Brenda Mi-
THE DOCTORS GREEN COVE SPRINGS Rev. and Mrs. Joseph E. Neth. Class is selling magazine sub- b chaud, Rhoda Revels and lin- The first general meeting of

starring: Sandra Dee FLORIDA I I scriptions. The sale began on da Tyre. Travis O. Bartonwas the Woman's Society of Chris-

Services held Sundayat Mr. and Mrs. George Davis September 19th and will end appointed by A. D. Duck, tian Service of the Green Cove
Wed., Thurs., & FridayOct. 11 a.m.Subject left Wednesday for their principal, to serve as the Springs Methodist Church will

2, 3, & 4 : I summer home, "Mountain Top on October 2nd. .., teacher-sponsor of this group. be covered dish luncheon to

IN THE COOL REALITY Ranch," in Cloudland Ga., The president points out that take place next Wednesday
OF THE DAY where they will spend the the Student Council is not under October 2 at 12:30 P. ILL in
starring: Jane Fonda Sept. 29th week-end. I Doris Rudder of Beaufort, S.C. I the illusion that it is th the social room.
'A cordial invitation is extended are visiting their mother Mrs.
1'0 attend our services. .
Charles Mishur.
Mars Margaret Monte of II WARRANTED
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT : : Mr. and Mrs. Marlen Albert Clay County High School and
'" Green Cove Frazee of Jacksonville an- attended Stetson University.He .
nounce the engagement of was graduated from St.
their daughter, Sandra, to Mr. Vincent's SERVICEFOR
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JACK GREENE
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x:: Church School 9:45 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ivey, of presently studying the uses
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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE

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IX THE COURT OF THECOl'XTT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT; OF :NOTICE OF ELECTION SPECIAL TAX SCIIOOL DISTRICT -
JlDGRs CLAY THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIR- IN SPECIAL TAX ELECTION FOR CL.CorXT' \.' NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO
SCHOOL REGISTER
'C017"T"FLORID: '. GUST IN AND: FOR CLAY DISTRICT FLORIDA HELD NO- FICTITIOUS NAME
IX PROBATE. COUNTY, FLORIDA. CLAY NO. 1 VEMBER 5. 183 Notice to hereby given that
IN COUNTY. FLORIDA 1. BALLOT FOR ELECTION the undersigned under the ..-
IX RE: ESTATE OF CHANCERY. The p; ;-
HERMAN E. REED. Deceased. S.. .... ing an following election resolution call- OF TRUSTEES: visions of chapter 86501. Laws
to'be' held in INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS of Florida Acts of 1J 57.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo JOHN C. BIRD. Special Tax School : w \11
District No. 1 Indicate your choice by marking\ register with the Clerk of the
All Creditors and Persons Plaintiff of Clay O
>w ty.
Having Claims or Demands vs adopted at Florida. were an "X" after the name of the Circuit Court In aDd for Clay
EDNA B. a meeting of the Person or persons of choice County. State of Florida ,
Against Said Estate: SINGLEY. et al. Board of Public your un a
Instruction
You and each of you are hereby Defendants Clay County. of for the position of trustee or receipt of proof off puhlu>" a
notified and required to' pre- NOTICE OF SUIT Its offices at Florida Green held at bv writing in the name o* the of this notice. the Futu.u'-.s
THE STATE OF Cove person or persons of your choice name of
FLORIDA
TO
sent any claims and demands : Springs. Florida.
on the
20th
EDNA B. day for the position and AUTO SAFETY DEVICE
SIXGLEY
which and of marking
you or either of September.
you may A. D.
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS 1963. <
W. NORMAN an 4X" 'thereafter. Vote for Signed Joel B. Brown.
have against the estate of Her- SINGLEY BE IT RESOLVED
and OR-
CAREY'S TRADING three
POST E. her husband; ADELAIDE S. DERED persons. Frank F. Brown
man Reed deceased, late of by the Board of
Public 2. Pub.
YOST and ROBERT BALLOT FOR SCHOOL Sept. U. Oct. X 10. 27
said County to the County L. Instruction of e
RALPH F F. INLET WE BUY SELL TRADE Judge of Clay County. Florida. YOST. her husband; all persons Ida. in meeting Clay duly County assembled.Flor- TAX INSTRUCTION DISTUICT illLLAGE LEVY -.

MARINAMERCURY at his office in the court houseof claiming any rig-fat, title. Inter- Section 1. That an election be TO VOTERS: LEGAL
Three locations est Indicate "by marking an "X" In NOTICE
or estate
: said County at Green Cove in. or lien upon. and the same is hereby called
I Springs. Florida. within six cal- the real property described to' be held in the pace after line 1 whetheryou !
15 E. Palmer S1. Ph. 284-3280 Special Tax School
favor
MILBER6EROrange & JOHNSON endar months from the time of herein. or any part thereof by. District No. 1 of Clay County. the proposed mlllasre TilE
levy whicn is } COrXT''UGE'S
the first publication of this through under or against any Florida the necessary lor the
no said
ENGINES Warehouse & antiques old I district being COURT IN AND:
Two of the above named and approved school term. If you FOR CLAY
tice. copies of each claim persons: co-extensive with the boundaries (.
& Ferris Street Gym Bldg., S. Orange Ave. 'or demand shall be in writingand all parties having or claiming of Clay County to determine the favor a different millage levy .Ot.XT1'I.ORID\.
CROSBY BOATS to have the write the levy you favor after! IPIOB.T
shall right title Inter-
state The place of or following
residence matters and IN
things RE
(next to bus station) EE-ZY '"BIG TOP" tentBlandingBlvd. and post office address of est In the property. herein de- a majority of the ballots cast by line 1. 2.Estimated L.rR.FRA."Z.: ESTATE OF
TRAILERS Krfbed milla e levy required ,
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the claimant and shall! be swornto by electors qualified to' vote at Oec-
REFRIGERATIONAND SALES & SERVICE at Ridgewood by the claimant his agent Defendants Greetings: such election. except that three 10 mills.for the regular term NOTICE OF*d.INTENTION
I his attorney and accompanied bya You are hereby notified thata persons receiving the highest I APPLY TO
OUTBOARD REPAIR Furniture and appliances at filing fee of one dollar and proceeding to quiet title has vote for School Trustees at said I IS NOW.HEREBY THEREFORE NOTICE FOIt FINAL
AIR CONDITIONINGService such claiam or demand not so been brought in the Circuit election shall be declared School GIVEN that under Notice DISCHARGE

Hwy. 17 Orange Park bargain prices 8tfc filed shall be void. Court for Clay County. Florida. Trustees of said district; Provided -I and byirtu with the of and in accordance have filed ts hereby given t that. we
against all foregoing resolutions our Final R ;pot a: d
/sOpal :M. Reed persons claiming any that not than
more Trus-
one Petition
Phone CO 49835PAUL'S estate. right, title or interest an election will he held for Final Discharge as
Home Phone 284-978O As executor of the Last Will in. tee shall be elected from any one Hxecutrices
on Tuesday the 5th day of Xoember. of the Estate
and Testament of Herman E. or lien upon. the following described residence district for of;
HAIRCUTS real which a \ A. D.. 1963. between! the Laura )t. Franz deceased and
Business Phone 284-9581 Reed deceased. property situate in County Board :Member
is provided hours of 7:00 that on the 25th ,.
Pub. Sept. 5. 12 19 and 26. 1963 Clay County. Florida. to wit: for by law. o'clock a.m. and day of <_* ;-: cr
Farm Thirty-nine (39) of FIRST: Wno 7:00: o'clock p.m. within the said 1961 vre shall apply to the H t-
We the LAWRENCE DEVELOPING School Trustees shall be the Special Tax School District No. orable Thomas J. Rivers COt",-y
give COMPANY'S; Subdivi- Tax District of said Special 1 to be conducted bv the election Judge of Clay County. 1o'1.r.L; ,
LEGAL NOTICE No. 1 of
"FirstHaircut"Certificates sion as recorded In Plat ty. Florida. for the Clay Coun- inspectors! and clerks appointed for approval of said Final U,.-.
AGIN'SRefrigeration Book 2. page 18 of the Public yea-rs andSECOND ensuing two by the County Commissioners! port and for Final I>i --hiK2 &a
Records of for the purpose of determining Execuirirm: of said estate
Clay County.
NOTICE! Florida. : The number of millsof who hall be School Trustees of Dated (IsIs 35th day or So-:;
All school tax to' be levied
Legal Beverages and
ii''i said Special Tax School DiMrict tember. ms.
and are hereby' required collected
you to
Due to a Special Election to file with annually for the next and to determine! the number of Mary fitt'v'n3
And AirConditioning the Clerk of said Court two
Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 be held November 5, 1963. the your answer to said suit and tenance years of for schools support; and and main mills levied of and district! collected school tax annuallywithin to be As Executrices Cora Miller
of the!
serve a copy thereof upon the Section :2 That
: said
election
'I- Duval County Line registration books will be I Plaintiff's attorney Whose name and the same is hereby called said Special Tax School Estate of Laura M. F:anx.
Orange Park Barber Shop I and address is: J. C. Sapp. At- to be held the District tfor the next ensuingtwo J>e.MI&M'd.!
on 5th
SERVICEChrysler day of
closed October 5 1963. The Pub.
years for support and maintenance Sp 2$. Oct. 3
North of Orange Park torney at Law P. O. Box 446. November. A. D. 1963 between 10. 17. OC3:
Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 November Green Cove Springs. Florida. 'the hours of schools in conformitywith
p.m. Books will, re-open on of 7:00 A. ;M. and 7:00 all I
: matters and In
Airtemp Sales or before the 11th day of Octo- P. M. at the following polling things
same location for over 15 years 11 tho ber. 1963; therein setting up the places in said Special Tax School the foregoing resolution stated LEGAL :NOTICEIN
Authorized Philco I estate. right, title or interest in. District and that they located and 'with the Constitution' and
L. E. Wilson are
Statutes of the State Florida.
of
KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 or lien upon. the above described as follows: I

Service Supervisor of RegistrationLEGAL property claimed by you. Herein Precinct :1 County Court- Dated at Green Cove Springs. COI"XT'.J..IU1P..S
Florida. this 2(th rOI-UT.
day of
fail not. or default judgmentwill house. Green IN '
UPHOLSTERING Cove Springs \-'U "01\ (:1.Cot
Day Phone 284-3680 tember. A. D. 1963. T".
he entered
against you. Precinct 2 Drs. Inlet Civic THK HOARD I"LOUIU.\
OF
Night 2843192S. LEGAL -NOTICE WITNESS my hand and the Center. Drs. Inlet COt.XT'LORIOA ep-I in re botate of

NOTICE seal of said Court this 3rd day Precinct 3 '-- :Middleburg Civic INSTRUCTION OF LaMira Alvares 15 ill. d. "'t.i- 2NOTICE
Palmetto of September. 1963. Center. :Middleburg Jack
/s/ Wilkinvon.
ELECTION OF* TWO GEORGE L. CARLISLE. Precinct 4 County Voting
SUPKRM.SOIIS OF FILING PKTITIOV
Green Cove Springs BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP FOR As Clerk of the above House. Clay Hill School Chairman of Board
TERMS OK FOIHEAH NOTICE OF* APPLICATIONFOR ATTEST: FOIt FINtL: I>I>CII.IHl.LOF
styled Court. Precinct 5
KACH Strickland's
> FOR CLAY SOILCONSERVATION TAX DEED 'SHlrrls C Long. Supt. of i\KClTOK.
By Estillee Store.
& DISTRICT. See. 18-.18 K. S. Ridley. Kingsley Lake Public Instruction. Clay County. Xotice is hereby gin 1 1 I.. ,> I
Complete Auto Furniture Deputy Clerk Precinct 6 -
County Voting
October 10. 1963 XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Sept. 5. 12. 19 and 26. 1963 House.. Bellmore Section Florida. hate filed im final r. tun r ;
UPHOLSTERING Upholstering Pursuant to' the Soil Conserva that Clay County Development Precinct 7 City HalL Pub. fcpt. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. U63 executor! of the estate <'i l.n.M.r',
tion Company the holder of the following Key- Alvarez Gill deceased tii...; I
1400 \V. Idlewild Ave. Act Chapter 582. Florida stone Heights
certificates has filed said have filed my petition f Dr d 3
(Statutes of 1949 and Chapter Precinct 8 Polling place LEGAL NOTICE .,
trlbutlon and
for tax deed to be :for fin.il t-I
certificates
FREE ESTIMATESALL Ph. 284-3505 28094 of 1953. notice is hereby issued thereon. a Toe certificate LEGAL NOTICE designated by Co. Commissioner charge and that on {)..t.>'.. ?:.

Cove Cove Springs Florida given of an election to be held numbers and years of Issuance. Orange Park I.KGIL NOTICENOTICE U6J. I \\ill apply to' the H-n --
on October 10. 1963 for the OK INTENTION TO able Thomas J. Rivers. 'W',' 7
WORK GUARANTEED tse description of property.
Free Estimates of two (2) supervisors for and the names in which it was NOTICE OF APPLICATION Highway 17 IU:( lsTtn FICTITIOUS NAME Judge of Clay County Fl"ri&i,
terms of (four (4) years each. assessed are as follows: FOil TAX DEED Precinct! 10 Courthouse Annex Notice is hereby given that for approval of said final r. turr.s

ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY Free Pick-up and Delivery Polling Places) Certificate No. 67 See. 11M.16 F. S. Green Cove Springs the undersigned under the pro- and for an order of di 'trti'tr.' (. nand

Keystone Barber Shop Keystone Year of Issuance June 1. 1961 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Precinct 11 New City Hall. visions of chapter 865.09 Law for final discharge as {"x. ..'

Handle Any and All of Your Heights; Florida, Description of Property: that Clay County Development Penney Farms of Florida A< ts of 1957. will tor of the will of LaMira Al\arcs
Lake Geneva Post" Office Precinct 12 Polling Place
register with the Clerk of the Gill. deceased.September .
Lot 16 Green Cove Gardens. Company the holder of the following -
Needs!
Archie PadgettOn Upholstery 'Lake Geneva. Florida Section 3 Township 6 Range certificates has filed said designated by Co. Commission- Circuit Court In and for Clay 25. 1962.

HAROLD BAXLEY MiddleburgGrocery' certificates fora tax deed to be Meadow-brook Section County. State of Florida upon /8John Henry Gill
Middleburg. Florida 25Name in which assessed: issued thereon. The certificate Election Inspectors and Clerks receipt of proof of publicationof Executor
Kingsley Ave. Just
Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs. Prices Store Christian Larsen numbers and years of issuance 'Will be the same! as those usedin this notice the Fictitiousname First publication SeptS.:: tC3

East of Hwy. 17 EDWIN BAXLEYSon Doctors Hill Inlet. Florida All of said property being In the description of the property the Special Election and ap- ofORAXGE THOMAS; & PIERCE
Clay
Grocery and the Dointed by the County Commis AVEXVE MOTORSs Attorneys at Law
the County of Clay. State of names in which it was
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 and Upholsterer 4 yrs. Clay HillLittle's Florida. assessed are as follows: sioner.s. / / L. E. Zellner 203-203 North Temple Ave.
Grocery Hwy 17 Section 3. That only electors
Unless such certificate Certificate No. 45 William Shepherd
Orange Park, Fla. E. A. HUMMEL Nall Hardware shall be redeemed or certificates according -- Year of Issuance June 1. 1959. residingwithin said Special Tax J. F. Hellard t Pub..k prIOJ.dtcL 3. 10, 17, 1J6S
Orange Park. Florida School District who are qualified Pub. Sept. 26, Oct. ?.
to law the property described Description of Property: 3. 10. 1 1963
6
Upholsterer Extension Office. Courthouse electors elections
yrs. in such certtflcate or Lot 17 Green Cove Gardens entitled vote in -

Annex certificates will be sold to' the Section 3 Township 6 Range pertaining to Special Tax
Green Cove Springs. Florida 25 School Districts. as defined by
highest bidder at the courthouse
ELECTRICALAtlas Polling places will be open door on the first Mondayin Xame in which assessed*. and in accordance with the Constitution I
between the hours of 8:00 A. M. and Statutes of the
Month of October. 1963. which E C. Foote
SIGN PAINTING and 5:00 P. M. State of Florida. shall be qualified -
All ,
Is the 7th day of October. 1963. of said property being in
All qualified electors residing and in raid
Dated this 3rd day of September. the County of Clay. State of entitled to vote
within the District shall be eli- election of
Electrical & Mechanical 1983. Florida. : that the Supervisor
ble to vote In this election.A Unless Regiatrataion of the County of I
GEORGE L. CARLISLE such certificate or certificates
QUALITY elector definedIn State of Florida. shall be.
qualified
CompanyWe as shall be Clay.
Clerk of Circuit Court of r redeemed: according
the Florida Soil ConservationAct Clay County. Florida. to law the property described and he hereby is. requested to
includes : Board Public Instruction
qualifiedto furnish The of
any person
do all types of electrical PAINTIINGLEE vote In general elections under Seput. 5. 12. 19. and 26. 1963 certificates in will such be certificate sold to the or of Clay County Florida

SIGN the Constitution and Statutesof highest bidder at the court a certified list of all electors I
wiring. who is also land- within said
this state a house door on the first :Monday: residing Special
WARNER owner in the herein named dis LEGAL NOTICE in Month of October. 1963. which I Tax School Districts. who art

RAY SHIPP trict. Is the 7th day of October. 1963. qualified electors entitled to

305 Glendening Road L. M. Hollingsworth.' Dated this 3rd day of September. vote in aid election. as definedby
Owner and Manager Administrator State Soil LEGAL NOTICE 1963. and In accordance with the
( Orange Park. Fla. Conservation Board NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO GEORGE L. CARLISLE (ICons tItutlO -*! Statutes of the I

Phone 284-9228 Phone 264-6316 Pub. Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 1963 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Clerk of Circuit Court of State of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Clay county Florida. I

the undersigned under the provisions Sept. 5. 12. 19. 26. 1963 LEGAL NOTICE

of chapter .09.dLaWS_
of Florida Acts of 1931, will regIster


S111IiJlIIi1ID': 1ID ty. State Court with of in the and Florida.Clerk for of Clay upon the Coun Circuit receiPt -- I LEGAL NOTICE: The Board of Clay of County County.Commissioners Green- I


I I ((iJL"J\ts; I of this notice.of proof the of Fictitious publication name of I IN AND THE FOR CIRCUIT CLAY COURT COUNTY IN Clerk Cove! Springs.bids of the in Circuit the Florida.office Court, will of until the receive FLORIDA'S PEBBLE PHOSPHATE. ..


TWIN REALTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. 9:00 o'clock A. ],1.. October 14. INDUSTRY WHICH NOW SUPPLIES 98% OF THE STATE'S
Signed VVilda T. Russell NO. 3673 1963 for a (1) one ton Step Van

Hilda T. Neth THE WILLJAMSBURGH type body truck. PRODUCTION HAD ITS START IN 1881 WHEN CAFT. JL
SAVINGS Bid be obtained -
Sept. 1%. 19. 26. & Oct. 3. 1963 BANK. Specifications may
a banking corporation.Plaintiff. from the Clerk of the Circuit FRANCIS IE BARON, ARMY ENGINEER, FOUND RICH DEPOSITS

FOR SALE 4 bedroom FOR RENT Unfurnished 2- Court of Clay County. Flor
:
va. Ida.The IN THE BED OF PEACE RIVER NEAR FORT MEADE

house Elsie Street Hill bedroom house with kitchen MALE OR FEl\lALE-wanted LEGAL NOTICE J. W. PORTER and Board of County Commissioners DREDGE MINING
GLADYS D. PORTER., of Clay County reserve STARTED A FEW YEARS LATER.

top Section call 2843860. furnished or unfurnished; $50 OFFICIAL NOTICE his wife. the right to reject any and all

25-tfc monthly. GCS 284324fl. to do honseto-honse canvassone TIMBER SALE Exteal. Defendants. bids. Operations
NOTICE OF SUIT George L Carlisle
or two hours day. WriteP. .f time limit fr bid date. THE
'-26 C a STATE OF FLORIDA- Clerk Circuit Court
Commercial pine and hardwood TO: GLADYS D. ClaY County ;- Soon Shifted. .
.
O. Box 5'78-1\1. Green Cove. scattered throughout approximately PORTER : :. .
Sept. 19. 26. 1963
residence and address c t' -
FOR SALE: 4 Room house 2 9-19 c 6000 acres Canal right- unknown: -_ TO LANDLOCKED PHOSPHATE -
of-way in Put n.a m County.
bedrooms. Reasonable cash FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom Sealed bids by 4:30 P. M- Mon suit You has are been hertby filed notified that a LEGAL ; I OF HIGHER
day. 14 October. 1963. For detailed against ylou NOTICEIN :::::
and J .W. I : [
Porter in the aboveentitled :; GRADE NEAR BARTOW
price NOW before prices go up house newly painted inside and information contact Flor- cause; aDd that .
you are
in Green Cove. Call GCS SHOE REPAIR EQUIPMENTand ida Canal Authority. 803 Ros- hereby required to file I t -AHD MULBERRY. MINING
out reasonable
large yard appliances selle Street. Jacksonville 4. Flor, with your answer THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
the Clerk this
2844601. 9-5. 12, 19. 26 p furnished. Call Penney Business For Sale $700.00 I ida. EL 6-0405." Court and to serve a of copy I CLAY COUNTY.CHANCERY: FLORIDAIN AND REFINING PHOSPHATE -
I Sept. 12. 19. 26. 1963 I thereof :,
upon the Plaintiff
Farms. 5298211. 20tfc Cash 2 old Cola attorney's NO. 3701 IS TODAY A
yr. Pepsi whose name aDd address ,I MORRIS JOE DIMSDALE.j vi'
1 I Is .
:
Box 8 mos. old Singer Short Plaintiff STABLE, YEAR-'ROUND
FOR SALE Beef and pork, LEGAL NOTICE Freeman. Richardson &; Watson j '
Arm Patcher LandIs Stitcher 711 Barnett Bank Building I' SARA FRADY DIMSDALE. .. INDUSTRY PAYING $45

by the half or whole; or will FOR RENT-2 bedroom houseon Jacksonville 2. Floridanot Defendant!
Finisher Material and Fin- IX THE CIRCUIT COUH.T OF later than October 7. A. D.. NOTICE OF SUIT MILLION ANNUALLY
slaughter chill and cut large lot. Convenient to I S 63.
yours. TilE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -
THE STATE
ished Inventories with Hand If OF FLORIDA-TO: T0 SOME 8-000
you fail to do
r. OF FLORIDA AND BO, Decree
church. Stove Sara Frady Dimsdale
Leroy Wilson phone Green school and
Pro Confesso '
Tools etc. P. O. Box 479 FOR CLAY COUNTY.IN will be entered 219 Franklin Strett RESIDENTS.DEHIH
Cove 284-4557. 9-12 19 c furnished. Phone 2844244. CHANCERY. against you for the relief demanded Forest City North Carolina .

Starke. Florida. 9-19 c N 0. _._" in the Complaint. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
9-12-tfc-c IX RE: PETITION OF ARTHURE. The nature of said suit being '-
for that a suit ha* been filed
HALL for adoption of the foreclosure of Mortgage
against you in the above entitled
FOR SALE his step-daughter. encumbering the property and cause and you are hereby required MIN OF
Colored
: ( ) Three SHIRLEY MARIE premises located In Clay County AMERICA
TRACTOR WORK '
Mowing, to serve! upon plaintiff'sattorney
bedroom frame WANTED RANDOLPH.NOTICE. Florida described as follows whose
house. 703 Room and board : name and address -

Mills Street. Small down pay for elderly man in good health. grading, and discing. Quality TO: VELBERT RANDOLPH LOT UNIT 33.NO.BLOCK 5. BBLLAIR. ten defenses appear, hereon if any., to your the writ-bill ON VACATION
1. according: to
ment. Very small Call collect after 6:00 Residence UNKNOWNYou of complaint in said suit. copy of
monthly p.m.- work. Contract or hourly. are hereby notified that plat thereof recorded in Plat which delivered
is to
you herewith -
Book The labor force has
payments. For further information BU 25131. 9-26 c the above named Petitioner. 6, page 26 and 27. pub- on or before October 21.
Phone G.Bill" Smith ARTHUR E. HALL. has filed a lic Florida.records of Clay County. A. D. 1963.Herein increased 5 million ( w :

call collect FRank- 284-3419. daytime or 284-3249 petition court for In the the adoption above-styled of the AND ALSO the following described confesso will fail be not entered or decree against pro' strong in the but 1 _

lin 6-4502. Gainesville. Fla., HOUSEKEEPER and/or baby minor child named therein and items of equipment you tor the relief prayed in the 10 years. Now, J.. e' ,

Ray Parkinson. 9-12, 19, 26 c sitter wants full time work for after 6. 9-19. 26 10-3. 10-c you are required to show cause now above located describtd In or premises.upon the bill of complaint. during vacation time, i 4.
why the same should not be THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT
working mother. Will do wash- granted ''by serving a copy of Wall Stewart Warner Recessed BEING FOR DIVORCE. I the 66 million men \ -

FOR SALE House almost ing mending etc. Hours 8-5 your written! defenses, if any. 10" Xutone Heater J-28C-69 Kitchen WITNESS my hand and the indenmar. .- ;
: new, upon SCRUBY & YO GE. Attor- Fan seal of said Court at Green

254 miles north of town on daily. 75c an hour or $30.00a neys for Petitioner 305 Great Quick 1097C627 Rec. Theem 40 gallaDItla.as Core Springs. Florida. this choosing the right
Oak Circle. Orange Park. Florida -
17th day of September A. D. vacation spot. The
paved highway. Shaded lot. week. Write Mrs. Lucy Lee and by filing the original lined water heater 1963.
B-3-61 7.000w.. call has been to
thereof with the Clerk of said GEORGE _
L. CARLISLE.
Quiet. Two bedrooms hard General Delivery Green Cove. PRINTING Court on or before October 25. beater Emerson Pryne ceiling Clerk Circuit Court N fishing for the men -&, /
and fan -
in bath 5015- -
1963: otherwise a decree will be By Vivian H. SohmDeputy
wood floors. Adequate down -
9-26 pPIANO entered against you granting 3002 Clerk and camping for 4-1.: -

payment. Phone 2846666. said adoption. 55 Gallon Oil Tank on Stand J. O. Sapp.Attorney families.; Right now, -
WITNESS my hand and the WITNESS- my hand and seal for Plaintiff & =; ; :
9-12 tfc of said Court at Green Cove there are three times
-
FOR THE BEST in mil-round neal! of said court at Green Cove Address: P. O. Box 446 ,
LESSONS $10 per Springs. Florida. this 12th day Springs. Clay County. Florida. Green! Cove Springs. Fla. ,. fishing enthusiasts as there ,.

month. l1rs.111iam good printing try the CRESCENT of September.! 1963. this 1963.lid day of September. A. D.. Sept. 19. 26. Oct. 3 A. 10. 1963 10 And for _
FOR SALE P. Erwin, GEORGE IL: CARLISLE were years ago. -LIs4
: Country Living
: B. Mas, Call 284-9571. PRESS. INC., The priceis Clerk of the Circuit Court GEORGE L. CARLISLE / .5,, every one camper of 1950. .
2-plus acres; 3 Ige. bedrooms; right. By Vivian H. Sohm Clerk of Circuit Court LEGAL NOTICE **
9-19 tfc Deputy Clerk Clay County. Florida today there are six. State -

2U baths; Ige. paneled living Sept. 19. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 1963 By Vivien H. Sohm. have doubled their

. . . parks area to ,
Deputy
._ .. ._ -_-_- Clerk! NOTICE OF SALE
r room and many other extras. { 8.t i i?''i n i i*n.11 iM ui--11111111 i-m i ui*1111111111111111111-11' Sept. 5. 12. 19 and 21. C3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENthat j accommodate the 101 miUtoa

Low down payment; balance pursuant to' a final Decree .

I $150 mothly Includes 6%. in I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I LEGAL NOTICE of numbered Foreclosure 3685.entered In the! in Circuit cause ;;1 -- Americans to their faculties.who flock

terest. Interested parties must Court of Clay County Florida. I I The denim end

. . . . . . . will cell the property situated InClay man -
I I I I I I. I I I I I 1 I. .. . . . .u.__.__..L-1-L' ,
see. Shown only by appoint- - - - - . . ooI""TT '"a'T '.' . mrnrnmDFFICE Notice is hereby given that: County Florida describedas jrn A his denim dad family

ment. GCS Call Swaf- the State Road : IVRMI continue to head for
area. Department will From the NE corner of the w s;

p ford Agency, Inc. Jax FL FURNITURE DRUGGISTSEASTERLING I; EQUIP3IENTAMERICAN bold the a Public location Hearing and economic concernIng E.property Kersey of Mr. and 3frs. J. ,, :nI:; ;;? the out-of-doors. But
recorded In Orig
97717. 9-19.26. 10-5,12 p AIR BASE FURNITURE Co. affect In Clay* of Interstate Route 295 inal Records Book 11. Page C vacation time can be where the
and Duv
*l Counties.
417. Public records of Clay home Is
Fine Furniture PHARMACY The State Road Department's Many denim
County. Florida; go West 7$
Relocation Advisory Assistance t feet: thence! South 75 feet men and their families
FOR SALE Business opportunity Carpeting AppUanccee Reliable Prescription Service OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Program' which will be available thence East 75 feet; thence; '.-14s r.
vocation time la their
to spend
Service Station Complete Home Furnishings anyone displaced aa a North 75 feet to point of be-
direct result of the construction ginningSection 22. Town- .'
Standard Oil Center of Orange 5053 Roosevelt Blvd. Complete Cosmetic Dept. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner of this project. will also be discussed snip 5. South. Range 24 East own backyards-10 ,, ,-

Park. Florida USUlgbway Jacksonville" EV 7-4619 at this Hearing. at public sale. to the highest million new one* G '
on This Hearing will be held In
and beet bidder for cash. at the
tt1
Specialists in sinc.-I953Th.i -
Cameras FilmsPhaxtnaceutical the Duval County Court House
17 & Kingsley Ave FRAILKRS main entrance of the Clay Ooan-
In Jacksonville at 10:00 A. M. ty Courthouse In Green Cove JI garden paint, -0 '
Office and :
I nue. Reasonable Terms. Call Supplies E.S.T. on the 9th day of October. Soring Florida. during the thu repair, relax-take ;- : '; !
Pacemakers and Needs 19C3. minnam to Section ( ) of .
PeerlessAir e legal hour .
Office Equipment of sale on the 7th
294-6608 after 5 p. m. 9-26-c Public Law 627 of the 84th Concress. day of October. 1963. I4f dairy trips in the ,'
Stream
for .
Travel
GEORGE L CARLISLE #tLIoca1or.aTwenli
Used Trailers-Bank l"Inal'Ctng60n Sundr1 Complete Line of Greeting All persons wIshing to be Clerk Circuit Court ,e
.
miltioeoftMgo
beard
are c.; -
hereby notified<< to By Vivian H. Sohm

FOR SALE 1953 Plymouth. Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Ria"** r Blvd. Cards appear at said meeting.: Deputy Clerk tx pkknkking.Two
John R.
i BUTTS MOBILE Phillip George A. Stelogeannia r.I: more {just get .
Good condition $150.00. Phone HOMES. Inc. Chairman "- 839 Lynch Building / "

I FT 8-8578 Jacksonville FT S- 734 :2655-57 Park St.Jacksonville State Road Department. Jacksonville 2. Florida pp and take a hike.THURSDAY. kiiui$1V' -
84-3238. '-%$ p Pttb.Sept. 2$. Oct. 1. 1963 Attorney for PlaintIff ; 4'gcq

Pub. Sept. 21. hUh ;, .iiais



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1 PAGE EIGHT: OHay tj
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1963
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cics Bowling Flag Twirlers Keystone Scalps St. Joe GCSKtck-Oft


Won Lost By Harold Snellen

Untouchables ..:..... 10 2 A 6 6 tie was broken in the 1 1 line. St. Joe's Don Colee went
l I
Jokers .................... 8 4 ,;.. P5F 1 Ak last 90 seconds of the Key-i' over on the next play.

Kingfishers ............ 7 5 stone-St. Joe game last Saturday Defense dominated the last

8-Balls .................... 6 6 night with a five yard part of the game. A standout
drive by fullback John Allen.:j
Professors ........ .... 6 6 ; on the Indian defense was
: The point after was completed : guard Tommy Bird who Intercepted -
Magnolia ................ 5 7 w t with an end run by quarterback a St. Joe pass with 30

Drivers .................... 3 9 9 sq Jimmy McMurtry.The seconds left in the game this x. p 4

Champions ............ 3 9 Indians opened up fast downing any hope the Green tAt a
> against St. Joe by scoring earlyin Flashes had of a comeback.
The Untouchables blasted the first quarter on an end
the Drivers four games to take Keystone travels to Bunnel '
sweep by McMurtry. The
over the lead in the GCS point after failed. tomorrow to play an import-
I ant conference game. It shouldbe
Bowling League while the The rest of the first half i
Jokers moved into second a tight game with plenty: of
was plagued with a heavy rain
place. Doc Turner's 538 series thrills. Keystone backs Ray
which kept the game on the i
and Tom Holt's 200 single were Wingate and Mike Lovern.
ground and caused many fum-
high for the men. High for i I who were out in the St. Joe
Clay High School's Flag Twirlers pictured above from left to right: Front row-Joanne bles. St. Joe capitalized on game because of injury and
the Bart Christian I
women was
one such fumble late in the I
with a 455. Swanson Sylvia Reed Judith Gemeffl Jane Asble Sharrie Barrie. Second row-Kay Turner, eligibility ruling should be
second quarter. Keystone lost I
Leon Bush Cheryl Hutchins, Linda Presley, Gale Baker. the ball on their own ten yard back in action for this one.-





the kick-off in the Green Cove-Palatka game last

I e fi ss week a Palatka play (CL) moves to greet a Palatka official.

Next to them are Wayne Henderson and Olen Hodge.
ra 4siy

.

-
: \
-
1 i Devils Downed By Braves

.-
I \ The Clay High Blue Devils takes followed and Palatka
started their 1963-64 football scored a second TD.
season with a defeat by Pa- For the third time within
latka Braves to the tune of the 1st quarter Palatka was
34-0. The local eleven were kicking off to Clay Hi. With

'<:..::.,': ..:: never in the contest. Statistics Danny Parker and Jay Gools-
show that Palatka gained 318 by sharing halfback chores.

yards to the Devils' 76. the Devils started moving the

., 3 Tom Kelsey received the opt ball. After two consecutive1st
': --
::. :.. .::... :..... ening kickoff and returned the downs once again the

v...:.. ....:...... ........ ball to the Devils 35. On the Devils fumbled.
s first play from scrimmage. It was more of the same
: f Ronald Williams took a hand- after the Braves got the ball on
i 1IT-TTT
r Ti off from Danny Parker mov- their 45 yard line. A 165 lb.
ing the ball for 2 yards. Parker halfback. Bill Perry scored his
-
then handed to Wayne third TD of the night.

\ .ri Henderson for a wide sweep The second half opened witha
gaining 6 yards. At the third kickoff to Palatka. The
down with 2 yards to go, the local boys were able to reJuv-
Blue Devils made their first of enate a tough defense in which
six fumbles. Stanley Thy and Joy Pull were
M The Devils defense led by able to hold Polatka scoreless

'ki Butch Novak Mike Fitzsim- during the 3rd quarter.
t
mons Olen Hodge and Robert The Blue Devils tried to
Eichorn was able to stall Pa- ,generate an offense in the 4th
latkas opening drive. However quarter but could not hold on-
once the Braves got moving, to the football.
'6 i Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan-one of 15 Jet-smooth luxury Chevrolets.r I they covered 62 yards in 9 Palatka scored their final
.
plays for the first touchdownof touchdown during the 4th
Chevrolet was luxurious before; but as standard equipment. (The new Im- luxury from Chevrolet. A choice of 16 tron generator, self-adjusting brakes the game. Twice in this quarter when Mike Lisley

.f you should see it now. With smart palas and Bel Airs are more luxurious, power teams, for instance-a 6 and six and other low-upkeep features. Ifyou've drive. Clay Hi players were scooted 20 yards around left
able to lay their hands on the
!' new styling, the '64 Chevrolet looks too. Even the lowest priced Biscaynes V8's up to 425 hp (optional at extra ever wondered how luxurious end.After
ball carrier but could not con- the g a m e, Coach
even longer (but isn't). There's even a .have new foam-cushioned seats front cost). And quieter transmissions. Jet- Chevrolet could get-with all the tain him.Wayne. Montgomery commented "The

whole new series this year-the Impala and rear and are fully carpeted.) Of smooth ride with Full Coil suspension. extra-cost options there are to choose Henderson receivedthe defeat was not as bad as the
second kickoff, returningthe score indicated. If we had not
Super Sports-with front bucket seats course, :you expect more than just Flush-and-dry rocker panels, Delco- from-that's entirely up to you. ball to the 30 yard line. fumbled six times, at least 3

Before the Devils were able to touchdowns would have been

move the ball a fumble occurred prevented. My biggest disappointment -
which Palatka recov- is the poor tack-
ered. Several defensive mis- ling my boys displayed."

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Orange Park JoltedBy



Yonge In Opener

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By Arthur Shad

The Orange Park Raiders I: ran wild. Trupiiio ran for
had their hopes of a Keystone touchdowns of thirty and forty
-'. Conference championship severely yards while the Raiders were
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=- jolted as an inspiredcrew held to a standstill by the

., ecrnu I : ,. ......... t K v e = of P. K. Yonge gridders Waves defense. The score at
0 T handed the Raiders an opening halftime was 19-07.
,
L. season defeat to the tune of The third period was much
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the same story. Onee again
>V\f/i'i; <,>>, r; ( ;; 257.The Raiders strong running the Raiders were hit by the
\ game was all but stopped cold long scoring play. A forty
:4 \ \ \ i r -- by a stubborn Green Wave de- yard dash by Steve Tuttle put

fense. The Raiders were out- the game out of reach for the
rushed 207 to 67. The Raiders Raiders. The Big-O threat-
j1 had the edge in passing but i ened once in the final period.
this was due to the fact that But when Harry Roberts was
their opponents only had occasion I shaken loose from a Morris
: i to throw twice. The Weaver pass in the end zone
passing edge was 37-5. Total the drive was killed.

"'"+ :1New :1-: offense came out 212 to 104 I About the only bright spot
: : with the Raiders on the short for the Raiders was the playof

end.P.. I the interior defensive line
.K.Yonge scored first after Richard Broom, Brie Hansen,
recovering a Raider fumble at Rick Liner, and Ronald Man-

the Raider twenty yard line. ning, were outstanding.The .
''t" Fullback Tom Hansen went Raiders next opponentIs

the final yard and the Green a non-conference foe. Hastings
Wave was off to a six to from the St. Johns River
ChereUe JLfoJibu Super Sport Coupe-one oil! model in three great tenet. nothing lead. The Raiders Conference will visit the Raid

You've never seen anything like this supply of passenger and luggage room. V8 (optional at extra cost). Choose the THERE'S 5 IN took the ensuing kickoff and ers. The Spudsters battled the
offensive
showed their only Raiders to a 0-0 tie last season -
totally new line of cars before. Chevelle is The ride is surprisingly smooth with a Chevelle you like best from the three series spark of the night. They and promise to be just as
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new in everything but Chevrolet quality. rugged coil spring at all four wheels. And -the Malibu Super Sport,the Malibu and moved sixty yards to score and tough this year. This shapesup
took a seven to six lead. Mostof to be a battle of fullbacks
Chevelle is a good foot shorter than the not so surprisingly for Chevrolet, the new the 300 ,Series, eleven models in all- L the yardage was accountedby with our Jim Booth and Skip

l big cars, so it parks easily.Yet the interiorof Chevelle offers a choice of engines ranging at your Chevrolet dealer's. (This good- I: the rushing of fullback Jim Hunter of Hastings. Two of
Booth and fullback Mike Ber- the finest runners in the area.
its Body by Fisher gives a from economical 6 to Malibu ?
you generous an 120-hp a 220-hp looking Super Sport maybe ) tolani. A pass from quarter- It will take a much better

back Dave McCaffity to end game than the Raiders played
Wiley Cunagin set up the against P. K. Yonge to beat
CHEVROLET.JHEVELLEI.CHEVYH.CORVAIR} and CORVETTE score with Mike Bertolani going this bunch. The Raiders needa
the final yard. Booth victory ot get going and this
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kicked the p*.t, and the Raiders is as good a place to start as
had their only lead of the any. A Raider victory by any
night 7-6. That's the way the score would look good. But for

ROBERTS CHEVROLET : first quarter ended. the sake of calling: a score let's
,, The second period was a wild say Raiders 14, Hastings 6.
one .for the Wave. Tony That is with a marked im
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'""- TrupiHo a 5'3" 128 lb. senior provement.
Orange and Park Green Cove Springs