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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Yerkes Leaving; Plant Kledzik Leaving HospitalIn I



A Matter of FactEmmett
To Remain VacantThe


January Feud Denied ;
world famous Yerkes Laboratories of Primate Biologywill ;

be moved to Atlanta within the next six months and, according -

to informed sources, the Orange Park facilities will t
McCall county agent will be featured at 6:50: "
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be left vacant. 1;> ..
o'clock weekday morning next week on Channel 4. Sub- ,. y Administrator I
every
Ground is to be broken at Emory University in Atlanta, .' Says
jects are varied and keyed not only to farmers, but to rural the of the famed iP'. '
within the next two months for new quarters ; ;:<;....
and city homeowners, as: well. center of primate biological research. r '. Tnr

r. ..1 J Since it became known that Emory would move the personnel i t .:, No Rift With DoctorsOr I

and equipment of the laboratories to its own campus, it ,

has been hoped that the State of Florida would acquire the fr,. I

An area population projection, made by the Jacksonville- facilities and continue some sort of primate research work

I Duval Area Planning Board:: "to develop advisory recommendations there.The New Davis Board

in the form of comprehensive plans covering nearly every Crescent has learned that Governor Farris Bryant sent *

phase -Jacksonvilile..Duval county and'the surrounding areas,' State appraisers to Orange Park with a view to acquiring the
comes up with some interesting numbers. huge compound. The appraisal they took to Tallahassee is said J Raymond L. Kledzik has resigned as administrator of Clay

to have been in the neighborhood of $200,000. He is said to Memorial Hospital and will leave soon after the first of the

Par Duval County indicates :a 44.2 per cent rise in population have lost Interest at that point. -d,' year to make his home in southern California.

'between 1960 and :1970. The county's :population rose :in During the past six months the highly trained scientific ,-...; t.-,
,'" his
While Mr. Kledzik's official reason for submitting res-
the decade from 1950 tto 1960 44.7 per cent. By 1980 the esti- .
staff of the laboratories at Orange Park has dwindled to
a J. ignation at this time still not accepted by the hospital
mate is that Duval will have 923,311 persons. minimum. Those who still
remain plan to to Atlanta
I now move *' board is that he and his wife want to be near two of their

While the growth ''of 'Clay shows, according to the projection when construction there is sufficiently advanced to move the three sons; rumors have persisted that he was unable to get
equipment and animals. ...... '.-,.
the same slowing in population increase, the percentagerises 7 along with physicians serving on the hospital's staff.A .
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for the next two decades are somewhat smaller. The projected ri M ".
I ,' meeting of the board which within recent months has
population rise is put, from 1960 until 1970 at 24.2 per "
Five Kids Sunland To Hold undergone major upheaval is scheduled for tonight. WhetherMr.
a
Charged
cent (vs. 36.4 cent from 1950 until 1960), with'a 1970 population I
6ry. : Kledzik's resignation will be accepted at the meeting remains -
projected at close to 25,000 nersons. The rise in the following .

rdeca: e,'according to.jtheisurvey.'wilT'be slower IBS: : rperfcenl With Burglary Open House !Y i.. 4}' -it problematical.
to :total population of< 28,990 in 1980.
continuein
r The widespread rumor that he was reluctant to

The handsome brochure published by ,the :Trarflsays: of Five Middleburg youths, Sunland Training Center in '; ;> his post in the face of alleged interference by staff doctorsis

Clay: "Following sizable ranging from 12 to 16 years Gainesville will hold its annual *> ", -.,. not the only one that has recently been in local currency.
a growth during the war-time decade '" -
'of 194 -1950, Clay County's population growth :irate 'became: old were arrested Tuesday by open house 'on Sunday afternoon Another rumor has it that he is dissatisified with the so-called
normal sherififs; deputies and charged Nov. 17. This will com- "political" atmosphere of the new board (three new membersof
more : in the ;following ten years. Most oof the growth >, "
between "1950 -and I960 was ''by natural increase -Whereas in with breaking and entering a memorate the 42nd anniversary the five-member board has been recently named to replace

the preceding decade most of the county's growth was the Middleburg gas station Mon- of the Center. three veteran board members by Governor Farris Bryant). Yet

result 'x>f in-migration. With the highest fertility rate and a day night. I Programs will begin at 1 p.m., another rumor: has it that Mr. Kledzik was being "forced
population According to Deputy Leslie .1:30 pm., and 2p.m., in Hope out" of the position he has held since 1957 he arrived in
young Clay'County'should continue growtbut at
a slightly'decreasing mite: Binns, the five boys broke into Chapel on the Sunland camp.us. lc Green Cove ,the day ground was broken for the $500,000 struc-
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the Middleburg Sinclair Service .I Discussions of the center's f f4a ture.

The 'County's new dwelling units, between 3960::and '1980, Station and took approximately program will precede a guided
;are projected 2,756.An estimated 70 new public school $100 worth of shotgnn A veteran member of the Hospital's governing board and

classrooms will Ibe 'built rat ia *ost cof.$2.'1 mll inn another shells, cigarettes, foodstuffs tour.Entertainment will be provided also one of the three new members averred that while Mr.
43 beds-will the added to the k-- Kledzik's resignation has been In the wind since last summer
r County's hospital facilities.at a and soft drinks. The loss was for children under 12,

total estimated cost of $850,000 approximately$20,000 a discovered'Tuesday morning: liy who will not tour the cottages. he has admitted he had no stomach for alleged interference

bed. the of There several from phyisicans on the hospital staff.
owner the !station William -] are organizations -

Schwartztrauber.whco': and, individuals In Clay Friends of, Mr. Kledzik say his plan has always been to

notified the sheriffs office. County who ,contribute to and
join his two sons in California but his imminent departure is

The boys are being held 3n I sponsor cottages at the Center.It Creaecat Photo fcy Gee ,K.s. "premature" according to plans he has spoken of In the past.

The.3at $t J issue.at '"Better Living? the essoMoye rma azine.of the County Jafl, xtd.:rwiHgo before :;., is* hoped that many will" ..

: the dzffiontfjCompauy, points out that while America's gross the JurenUe"Court :in "Ithe avail themselves' of,the opportunity -- Y Raymond L. Kledzik Mr. Kledzik denied to The Crescent that there had been 'I
j ..tolearn of the work administration of the hospital and staff
near future.
the
in
interfemce
national: product -bas more than doubled in the ;past _15 years : :- ; any
($239 bmion.to ?$S5$ billion/Americans are spending proportionately done at-Sunland Training Cen- doctors angrily said there was nothing to any such allegations.A .
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ter byattendlDg this
lessforrsuch things housing.; medical care, religious + open retired Naval commander who served in the Medical
OP Civic house.
;and welfare 'costs And contributions, :foreign travelaaridfood: : erDedication j Service Corps Mr. Kledzik's administration of the hospital has

In the saznerpctiod.: the -cost oaf!linausing has risen: :from r :9' per I I II been notable in that it has, year after year been able to showa

cent to laa per'Bent of spending. Medical care eostsrhave gone Set' ; 'Three: Injured In (Collision South County To Get profit.

from 4.9 perceentito 6.7 percent and.religious and-,welfare' costs ,

.,f ''and contrftmUons gQneifrom to'1.4 per cent. TTheccos; The new Orange Park end Of Green Cov $35,000 In Race Clay Memorial Hospital receives $35,000 annually from,
<:: Springspickup
of food has tflropped: from 31:4: tto:.2rl 'per cent oif cconsumer: Center will be dedicated &t l! the State Race Track fund. With an annual income of approximately -

spending.> ceremonies 200000. the hospital last year earned a net profit of
scheduled beat :ltetd! Track
FundsState
\ J.M.. ..Long 41 years old, of truck being driven by improvements
2 o'clock on .December: more than 20000. Earnings are turned back Into capital -
Green Cove, was hospitalized Cnristopehr Columbus Hudgins. Mr.Kledzik's .
During
aside for future expansion.
or set
Principal speakers at "the Monday, suffering from multi- 42, of Jacksonville.Both Comptroller :Say E. has
dedication will be 'CD sress- ple laceration anil: bruises suf- drivers were treated for Green said this week SL check tenure here, a total of approximately $100,000
all of it from earnings. The,
been added to the equipment
Alcoholic tbeverage industry salaries.-and taxes enlarged.the man D. R. Matihe s. :Secretary Bred.in.a collision:: of two cars minor lacerations and bruises. for $35,000 from the lace track

Florida economy iby t$225.72293" during 1962. according ttoa of State Tom Adams, :Paul: IP., four.miles south.of Green Coven Xong. at passenger in the car tax fund is being:mailed to each hospital has a staff of 52. <*i iMr.

;state economic study prepares and: 1.released- this -sseek tby iLi= Schmitz, of MoosEheari.\ :Ill,. IHighway 17. bring: driven, according to pO- of the n Counties. I I and Mrs. Kledzik expect to reside in California Just:

,censed Beverage Industries Inc. Director General of the iapyar According to State TrooperM. lice, :by Hudgins was said to This ss the first payment of !: south t>f Los Angeles. Two of their sons live there. A third;

_ State and local revenues derived from taxes Order of Moose and Walter: Terrell Crawford, Jr.. the be in good condition yesterday I the current,fiscal i iperiod and is II son is a doctor doing advanced work, in psychiatry at the Karl

:beverages amounted $69.305.493. Salaries on :alcoholic, Lee, of Gainesville, Liam District accident occurred when a car at (Clay Memorial HospJ.talI $7.000 :more than each county Jung Institute of Psychiatry in Zurich. _
paid to the
48j84.persons I Governor of 35-1 : being 'driven by Grover C. Allen Allen reed at the same paymentperiafl
was charged by Troop-
directly employed by the industry in this state ,totaled Dr. Charles Rogers, of t ice 75, of Green Cove, made a cer (Crawford with rafting to last ..year.Tbe Jai unspecified number of persons are said to have applied
$ $,417,000
: $189.353000 of which went to the ether H"loindustries ;.Yerkes Laboratories of Primate left turn into the Little Ruth :yield the right of to thenther counties:received a total for fie position which pays $8,000 a year. Board members in-.

:their .families.to supply: She .personal .needs oaf the employs and I Biology, is in charge of ar Church road and collided with car. way of$206,000 each last year from dieted this week they were not going to rush into the appointment -

rangements. an Atlantic Coastline Rail Road the fund. of a successor.

.Additional millions were spent J>y the .individual segmentsof

.the industry for goods and services: .needed to carry on m mal I Iexpendztures -I
I Dunbar ToBe

t :.business operations. ..as"ell as for property: and income ttax A&P in GCS Renovates New Manager lamed I Named Gym For I I


The $69.3 million industry tax contribution to the FlantSa! I

state and local tax coffers brings the total .si&ce the Repeal 9f Long ,

Prohibition to $749S99,493M ,. ..
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The new DURfcar High Behoof

gymnasium will be named for

_ Hirris C. Long County
Super
A list af "things to do and remember"} fcr JSorida' hunters intendent of Public

has been :wed. by A. D. Aldrich, director! Game and Fresh The Instruction.
Water Fish Commission.In School Board on Mon-
day voted
) s'p' unanimously to '
approve -
the interest of safety good sportsmanship and stayingout a request
of trouble hunters should: submitted to
It at its October
tr meeting by
Obtain a copy of and become familiar :
with the State and t representativeis of "a large

Federal hunting rules and regulations. 3 c ,S1, is 'x. 1:( segment of the Negro citizen

Obtain the regular state hunting license from a county -- r. Oar county that the news

judge and the special hunt area permit in addition to your reg- JOI-com: 1eted $50.000 gym &

ular hunting license before entering any of the wildlife management for Mr. Lori '
wbo..C
areas supervised by the Commission ,
of
< the State !
onMonda;, "i
Respect the property of others and always ask permission '.' 't It could not be 'learned: yes.-

before crossing fences or hunting on private lands. rday when the .

., ,, gymnasium
I Plug your shotgun to three-sheel capacity magazine and r > I will be dedicated.In .

chamber rcombined. other actions, the Board
The "&&*P Food Store in Green Ore this week was In the throes of a major renovation declared'

Never use full-jacketed or military-style cartridge or .22 r pratxaa which, A&P officials say. wffl expedite shoppinr and provide a broader choice of food as duly elected three
calibre rimfire cartridges while hunting or taking deer or bear. static unopposed candidates for po

Always check Approximately 30 workers are ripping down shelving. laying new sitions as trustees. Of the
hunting area for illegal bait and never shoot flooring, adding a new '
I birds over baited,area Y. ?I refrffferatfam unit, new lighting fiztinres' and new checking stands. three. C. L. Geiger. Jr. of
Coincidentally, the Company's district
headquarters in Jacksonville Green
announced the aopolintment Cove received the largest ,,.
Never hunt turkey with a dog and don't hunt or kill a of Donald Ramsey 26, (L) as store manager Mr. Ramsey who
grew up In _Green number of
votes in last
[swimming deer.Remember. Cove has been with A&P for seven years. He moved to Green Cove when he 9
was
old, attended Clay High and started work In AAp- years week's election. Mr. Geiger received -
Green
not to shoot doe fawn Crrsceat Fkot* By Ge.e K.sa Cove store under the late Jimmy
or deer cub bear panther. Kirkland In 195$. He has recently been released from the Army after 607 votes. The two
snow goose. Ross brant, redhead canVasback a two-year tour of
goose or ducks, duty. He Is married to the
Donald Ramsey former Gloria Ann Horton of Orange Park. other trustees elected
were
swan, non-game or song birds Key
I Deer alligators Everglades '
Sir. Ramsey said 'the
I Kite hawk, owl or eagle. Such animals are full protected by the month win; jive Green Cove renovation its most pro modern tram, scheduled food to be completed by the end of Glen Ryan of Doctors Inlet -
sotre
Jaw.! .f';; ... : .., frozen and canned: foods and groceries and baked roods. with a wide variety of meats, ; and M. L. Bea.s1eyof Key-

Always look before "Our aim is to make It a pleasure for our customers to stone Heights. The Board also
you shoot! shop here. Mr. Ramsey. said. The 'ratified
7.- '': ." .f.- various items win be easier to find, new check lag stations will make things simpler When levY for-the the vote for a 10-mill
1964-65
their market baskets are biennium.

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by DUNCAN GRONER ,-- iii
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A&P- Renovation: I I.
Governor Nelson Rockefeller has announced he will seek I'VE GOT A REGULAR PRICE

the Republican nomination for the Presidency next summer. Airman DowdyAirman Airman Jones II GASOLINE THAT MATCHES I I

Another StepThere Whatever the shortcomings of the Governor's personal life, h PERFORMANCE OF II
his announcement gives the Americain people something like
PREMIUM GASOLINES
nine months in which to examine his political record and to jI
4: 1 never was a truer saying than that Rome wasn't listen to his views on the great issues that confront the nation. M IN 3 OUT OF 5 CABS! i

built in a day. But in something like six months, the people of this county -
And yet, step by step, Green Cove moves ahead. If it has face an election, the results of which will more directly affect S -- -- -- ,
thus far been somewhat slower and less spectacular than some each of us than the Rockefeller bid. For in spite of the vast .
would like, it has been stable. Surely no one, at this juncture, .
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powers exerted today over everyone of us by the Federal Gov- .
J wants another boom-and-bust era. ernment, it is difficult to believe that President Kennedy can k I I"Airman
A&P Food Store is another step-in- -
S The renovation of the "
be defeated by any Republican candidate or team of candidates. '
the-right-direction. It will provide Green Cove shoppers witha $ '
From what I hear, no elective County office will go unopposed "
located the
handsome and efficient food market which, on : "
City's main thoroughfare, will do credit to everyone. in the May primaries. This is good; it is far betterto i b 4wys p. .p V. ,a "

For this step, we have Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Com- give the voters a choice than to have an election go by default ;
to some unopposed candidate.
pany to thank.
However, if the current talk has any validity, the votersof
Clay County are going to be asked to vote for or against a
number of people whose views and records are not known. It
The Cove would seem, therefore, that those political newcomers who planto Elvin F. Dowdy, son Tommy H. Jones,
stand for election in May should step forward and begin of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Dowdy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. !1
Jones, of Keystone Heights, is
expressing their views on such issues as the County's industrialization -
(Lines to the Rev. Robert J. Sudlow) of Green Cove, is being reassigned -
being reassigned to Chanute
real estate taxes, public schools and a more profitableuse
Safely moored within the Cove to Columbus AFB
AFB m.
for technical train-
of some of the county's thousands of acres of land which
The barque has come to rest. Miss., for training and duty as ing as a United States Air
are in many instances, absenteeowned.There
The flawless Pilot at the helm. a cook. He recently completed Force aircraft maintenance SINCLAIRDino
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The first-mate stood the test. is every reason to believe that other substantial
specialist. Airman Jones who
United States Air Force basic
issues will arise in the next six months.
and tossed stormy seas,
Disturbed on enlisted in the Air Force a
Commissioner Louis is said to have been military training. He is a
Huntley
The craft has plied its way County short time ago has completedhis
A Its precious cargo still intact tapped to run against State Representative S. D. Saunders. In graduate of Clay High School. initial basic military train-
his brief tenure the Commission. Mr. Huntley has Gasoline
Its Pilot to obey. on County ing here. He attended Keystone -
pursued a middle-of-the-road policy designed to antagonize I High School.
In '29 the boat was launched neither of the two major political camps. And yet if the peopleare
With pure and festive rites, to be faced with a choice between the Honorable Sam and At Sinclair WE CARE .

Re-enforced with sacred thought Mr. Huntley, they should know the latter's convictions and if ABOUT YOU .

Adorned in candle lights. he is to be elected, how he plans to do the job not simply J. H. Blocker ABOUT YOUR CAR!
With lofty dreams and hopes, set sail, because he wants it better than Mr. Saunders has done it.

Strengthened with power of youth The chore of running Mr. Saunders has been much covetedby
J. Q. Tire ServiceJESS
The ship set out on unskilled course one of the biggest lawyers in the County. On more than
With purpose, faith, and truth. one occasion he has sought The Crescent's backing In this rale. Fuel Oil Service

He was apparently eliminated from the race, or so the story
QUIGLEY
As it steamed to ports of call. goes, when he made noises as if to establish a bank of some

To serve the beck'ning needs.It sort that would have competed with one already in business.It 24 Hour Service Manager
gave it wealth abundantly is the cornerstone of politics that a candidate does not gain-

{ By prayer, and word, and deeds.In say the bossman.In Orange Are. at Center Street Green Core Springs

fact, it often gave too much, yet another race, I am told that O. J. Murrhee, Jr., a Phone GCS 284-9250 Phone 284-9131

For the hull of the craft was scarred personable young man, is slated to run for the office of sheriff.I .

It became Increasingly harderTo know Mr. Murrhee's brother better than I know him.
continue the unmarred.
Journeys Indeed of Jennings I know nothing. I once had the pleasureof

listening to him make a brief public speech; and I am told ., 1 4 l l l l 4 l 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I
I But the good ship Sudlow not only gave that since then he has taken a Dale Carnegie course in .
To parish, friends, and neighbor- A&P WILL HAVE A
I can only suppose winning friends and influencing people.
'Twas spiritually strengthened and enrichedBy His supporters say he stood at the top of his class.
the mercy of its labor. %:P: NEW LOOK
The trouble Is I don't know, and I don't know anyone else ,
For in the interchange of life-
who does, what Mr. Murhee thinks about law enforcement. As
In the code by which we live "
IN GREEN COVE SPRINGS
the manager of his father's vast ranch down near Keystone
The order comes to all of us.
Heights, he has been little In the public eye. I think if he is
Freely take and freely give. While this store is being completely remodeled, we are OPEN
to run a political race, the voters of the County .are entitled
I to see him, to know everything there is to know of his background for business. We thank you for yonr patronage and your
As ship and crew moved into ports, .
and how it entitles him to become the County's chief : I
(Pilot, seaman, mate) s I ;; : patience.
law enforcement officer.
The folk on shore gave praises ,I A a f!
For the goodness of their fate. I am not picking on these two because I am opposed to ? Donald Ramsey

And every time the boat debarked I them. I cite them as examples of the age-old method of choosing I, ;iui; Store Manager :e

To share its worthy goods. candidates as Warren G. Harding was chosen by The Few IIIk. 1 : : : : : : : 11111 : III : I : : II : : : II II : II : : II : 1111 : 1III1I
y The townsmen were left richly blest in what was called, in Harding's time, as "a smoke-filled room"

In their varied neighborhoods. It seems to me, If I may be so bold, that one of the great .._ Your dreams come true with

I differences between Clay and Bradford counties is that Bradfordhas Prices in this v.. PLAID Sad

+ Church, and members gained its wealth, had a strong newspaper, held by one family, for nearly a effectivertsaar ,. .
are ur.t An* T<4 r.at n*row wr <
Hospitals, poor, and ill- century. During that time the people of Bradford have come -N
The lowly, bereaved and sin-sick souls; to expect that the news would be printed that the issues of the thru Saturday ,

All wants did it strive to fill. County would be exposed to some public discussion. November 16th : 'I : i

Where the choicest gifts were given- Some people in Clay are still amazed that a newspaperdare
What counsel did bestowIn discuss the issues that will affect themselves. Most of
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the faith and trust of confidence. iI them, happily are getting used to it.
SIRLOIN OR T-BONE
Only craft and Pilot shall know. From the camp of the aspirants I hear much talk of the S

amount of money that will be necessary to elect their candi-
Thirty-four years the ship sailed on '.1,_ dates. One of the County's most publcized men is wont to Steak99c r
O'er smooth and troubled seas. use the figures of $100'000 as the basis of political victory. What
Heroically standing up to gales- would they do with $100,000 They could buy enough postersto LZ

Unwilling its duties to ease. cover every tree in the County and enough pages of adver- SPECIAL
Thru these same years the first-mate served. tising to convince the most reluctant with half that amount.It Ib.WESTERN

Sharing and lifting the load; -ill bo interesting to see hov ;.hey will spend their money. ::
Yet with all the churning and hazards.
Rich There: are two paces in America in which a man can reas- -
blessings
on them were bestowed. S clock
onably expect privacy. One of them is the booth where he casts Eight

Now, his ballot. If anyone is offered $5 or $20 to vote for Mr.
safely moored within the Cove- ,
11Y
The Pilot orders rest Schmaltz I very earnestly hope he will take the money and then U SLICEDPork
and vote for Mr. Schmaltz's opponent, whatever his
For the go capa-
barque and the mate that bravely sailed 111 t
Thru every vexing test. bilities may be. Loin COFFEE

And as the days glide gently by. .
At anchor they are riding-

May they reflect in peaceful mein

On fruitful deeds, abiding. \\f A ffLl&tl CArtT BACKUP 59c Ib. lb. Bag 49c

May health and peace Join with the calm V THE SAYS H E:

That bids the sail be still; sI-lOUU) HAV WX&> u P .

May thought and deed remain enrich'd. j BEFORE H E SAID %IT. GOLD KING BREADED
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As they accept the Will. 3tb. Bag $1.45
And be inspired by beauteous gifts 4a---

Which all around they see, ., I P Shrimp
AS life maintains its hallowed course :

Now clothed In serenity.
Mabel Evans Wood *


(Editor's Note: The author of the lines of tribute above is r 100Z1PKG.49cFRESH

Mrs. E. Carroll Wood Endicott, N. Y. Mrs... Wood and her
husband have been close friends of Mr. and Mrs Sudlow since
1929.' DAILY LARGE ASSORTMENT JANE PARKER.BAKED GOODS
before Mr. Sudlow's ordination in New York CUT In The S
to be able to publish this weB-deserved S -.
Crescent is pleased ;M.V' !J
tribute to a dedicated minister and man).


CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT ., : s j- York Apples I ; Cabbage

"What Is good for Clay Is rood for Tfc: CnsctIat-

Duncan Goldthwaite Groner Elizabeth Leonard Graner L -. 4 LB BAG 39 5t LB.

Editor and Publisher Seeretatr J

; a1.r t Eugene Rosa
S. ... General Manager Yonll be surprised how much backbone and assurance MARVEL ANN PAGE
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M H C & Penney Farms Junior Htgh's Undefeated Gridders I I Mayor Taylor Addressed VIA Woman's 1


.. Club Last ThursdayThe
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! Reporter: MRS. HERBERT MYERS, Phone 529-8131 ;, .; ,.,

.!: November luncheon of Mrs. C. L. Geiger was chair-
The executive board of the ist, Mrs. Ono Coons gave a! Mrs. Martha M. Dahl, Mrs. 'f'! -
Memorial Home Community half hour brilliant organ re- Christinna: A. Du Rie Mr. and the V. I. A. Federated Womans man of the luncheon. Serving I

Association and their wives cital. Mrs. Alford C. Goetz, Mrs. Club of Green Cove Springswas with her were: Mrs. P. J.

together with the social committee The invocation was given by Frank L. Goodman, Miss Beu- held last Thursday at the Canova. Mrs. M. B Argo. Mrs.

.r.ri entertained the new I the Rev. C. M. Ackerman.The lah M. Hobbs Mrs. Alice M. clubhouse.Mrs. M. B. Ashley Mrs. Wm. Powell -
members at a welcoming tea in new residents who were Joralemon. The Rev. and Mrs.
I Chauncey Moore called ,and Mrs. J. K. Cooper who
the lecture room of the church the honored guests were then Albert V. Lawson. gt
at 3 o'clock on Monday. No- introduced to Carroll M. Mrs. Carrie L. Marxer Miss I the meeting to order and led was in charge of demonstra-

vember 4. Paul Johnson presi- Wright Dr. Dan A. Poling wel- Vivian J. Morse Mrs. CliffordM. { rCrereent F the members in the singing of tions.

dent of MHC and Selden Barrows comed each new member indi- Reeves, Miss Grace W. Rus- I the Star Spangled Banner and

vice-president greeted vidually. Ford Stuart president sell, Miss Marguerite G. 'the pledge to the Flag. Mrs.
each of the thirty-five guestsas of Christian Herald made Schweitzer Mrs. Mabel H. Shu- j
I Robert Sudlow led the club In
they arrived. i a few remarks.: man. Mr. and Mrs. Ray L.
Mrs. Harold E .Everly made I Paul Johnson president of Smalley The Rev. and Mrs. the Collect for Clubwomen and CCPIINAC

beautiful name-cards to be I the Memorial Home Community Daniel L. Snyder, Bishop and r the devotion was given by The

I pinned on each of the guestsas I Association, welcomed new Mrs. John M. Springer, Mr. and Rev. Gordon Craig. $H What do

they arrived. Mrs. Ann Sut- residents, and the Rev. J. W. Mrs. Raymond G. Swigart Mrs. Following the luncheon Mrs. they do?
ton, superintendent of the Creighton gave the responsefor Marjorie C. Tinkler, Miss H.
C. R. Willison, chair-
Sunday school, assisted Mrs. I' the new members.A Estelle van Exel, Miss Hilda program ADVISE the nursing services
Everley. musical program followed Wieringa. man introduced Mayor E. B. regarding the communityneeds

Mrs. Mary Storey was in the first number being a piano j Taylor who spoke on "Your and board policies.

charge of the tea table which and organ duet "Theme from City Government." He told Specials programs.

was beautiful with its lace I Second Concerto" by Rach- Mrs. Ruth H. Baer of Norfolk Photo by Gene KOMI ,the Womans Club of the prog- INTERPRET to the public:
cloth, bowl of pink and white off played by Mrs. T. S. Cleaver is spending the month of i Functions of Public Health
that the city is
Members of the Green Cove Junior High chool football team which completed its season ress and hopes Nursing Services Available.
blossoms in the center, with 1 and Mrs. Ono Coons. November in Penney Farms at
pink candles in crystal candle the home of Mrs. I. N. Kim- last week undefeated. Shown above, L to r., bottom row: Don KnowlesDavid Mitchell, George working toward by purchasingthe PROMOTE: the program.

sticks on either side. The refreshments "Beautiful Dreamer" by Stephen brough while visiting her sister Showalter, Mack Kirkland, Don Hartman Charles Starling, Joseph Patten and Archie Naval Base. AUGMENT the program by
Foster rendered
was by Sweat. Second row: Charles Waters John Spearman John Bartholf, John Hansen Richard
: Miss Beulah M. Hobbs of meetingwere contributions of special
were cakes mixed The guests at this
the women's chorus under the
MHC. Koza, Jimmy Henley Greg Looney and Douglas Jones. Third row: Ricky Pringle David knowledge and volunteer assistance -
nuts mints tea. and coffee. direction of Mrs. James Wag- : Mrs. E. B. Taylor The
Noble, Luther Gillian Donald Snellgrove John Chesser Marvin Howerin Alonzo Custer and .
Miss Gertrude Patriquin and ner with Mrs. T. S. Cleaver During her stay several trips Rev. and :Mrs. Gordon Craig.
John Padgett. Fourth row: William Richard Chapman, Barry Gemelli Charles Padgett Ronnie MAINTAIN Loan Closet.
Miss Edna Burkhart poured.
accompanist. have been planned. The Rev.
Wall John Henley and Raymond Foster. Top row: Assistant Coach Don Sohm. Michael Mrs. Lloyd Todd. Mrs. Harry MANAGE Council financial
Mrs. Seldon .
Barrows and Mrs.E.
and Mrs. Bennett Curtis Mrs.
J. Ellis assisted with the "Sonata in C Minor Op 13", Knight, David Doan Fred Linsley III, Donnie Delp. Wayne Denmark and Head Coach Joseph Stewart and Mrs. R. H. Machen. affairs.Jetusmooth .
re- Grace and Mrs. Baer
Parks
by Beethoven was played on Elliott. Seated on the ground L to r., are Willie Anderson and Michael Elliott man-
I freshments.Mrs. spent day at St. Augustineand .
the piano by Mrs. Famee Shis- a agers.
Ralph W. Nelson was ler. nearby beach points.
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general chairman for the re
The closing number was the I Last Monday Mrs. Frank L.
ception. She gave a warm wel-
anthem "Oh Lord. How Mani-, Goodman Mrs. Alice Jorale
coming speech to the incoming '
fold are Thy Works" by J. mono Mrs. Ruth Baer, Mrs.
group. Barnbyv which was sung by the i Beulah M. Hobbs Mrs. M. A. 64 Luxury CHE I
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll M. Church choir and women's Gunther and Mrs. Charles S. ,
Wright together with Mr. chorus under the direction of Wright all went to the Stephen -
Wright's sister. Mrs. C. G. The Rev. Basil R. Truscott with Foster Memorial.On Chevrolet Impala #-Door Sport

Cooper of Baltimore were Mrs. Ono Coons accompanistat Tuesday Mrs. Kimbrough.I

present. the organ. Mrs. Mabel H. Shuman, Mrs.

Following the tea detailed The Rev. C. F. Schriver gave Ruth H. Baer and Miss Beu-
instructions were given the new the closing benediction.The lah M. Hobbs went to Starketo

,members concerning their introductions see the..famous painting
following are the new -
and seating for the I"The Feast of Belshazzar."
residents and the honored .. *
reception
program on Tuesday
guests of this reception:
evening November 5th.

Mrs. Junie F. Baccus Dr. and Last Thursday evening Miss .4.
Mrs. G. C. P. Barger The Rev. Beulah M. Hobbs entertainedwith
The annual reception for and Mrs. Percy W. Batchelor, a scrabble party in honorof
new residents of MHC was held Miss Florence M. Beal Miss
her sister, Mrs. Ruth H.
at the Penney Memorial Hettie A. Beal. Mrs. Noel C. Baer. Those present were Mrs.

Church on Tuesday November Carr Miss Florence J. Chese- Frank L. Goodman. Mrs Eliz-

,5. at 7:30 o'clock. Precedingthe brough. The Rev. and Mrs. J. abeth Shaffer Miss Estelle van
reception, the MHC
organ- W. Creighton. Exel Miss Vivian J. Morse,Mrs.
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I erine Teed and Miss Elizabeth .k.
Nichols. Delicious refresh-

1 t : ments were served.

v uE PHILCO !

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t The preacher at the II

t o'clock service, at the Penney _
I ,, .
Memorial Church on Sunday, ;

l I FREEZERS will be the Rev. Frank Gracey.



t WASHERSDRYERS You are invited by the Art

I Group of MHC to visit the

: Cummer Art Gallery tomorrowin
: Jacksonvilile. Plan to leave ------.---------, --- .- -
I J
i I t T" the office of the MHC at 9

:i: 14 cu. ft. Automatic : o'cilock and be at Art Gallery

: net NEMA STEREO :1'. at 10 o'clock for a personaaly
REFRIGERATOR .:. conducted tour. -

122 Ib. I r..zlt ::,
I: No Dtfrost i i. :.
RtfnftntorPHILCO' I-IIlU33 RADIO I -.
i't The Woman's Christian Tem-

Ii t: FACTORY TV perance Tuesday.Union November will 19 meet, at on 3 ,: .c9 xg4

: SUPERVISED T. V. ': o'clock in the lecture room of
: the Penney Memorial Church.A .
i SERVICE 'i- demonstration of the State

President's recommendations

I Brunson will be given by the directors
Furniture Co. I: and reports of the recent State

convention by the delegates
3 Mrs. Marie Gunther and Miss
:. 25 Magnolia Avenue Green Cove Springs Fla. .,
:i: Phone 284-3883 P. O. Box 98 :i: Stella Cass.
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The Cove Inn Here are looks,luxuryand comfort you'd expect to set you"back plenty Eocr-to-door carpeting and foam-cushioned front and rear seats are '

-if they came from anybody but Chevrolet. standard now in all models, including the modestly priced Biscaynes.
Fresh-minted styling with dean uncluttered lines that give the '64 And there's a wealth of power to pick from. Engines from
a
1010 N. Magnolia Ave. Green Cove Springs Jet-smooth Chevrolet its feeling of new length and lowness. 140-hp 6 to a 425-hp V8. Transmissions that arerefined for smoother peppery

Rich new interiors with supple fabrics (fink your hand Into the new more silent operation. Sixteen power teams in all. ,

NEW HOURS: vinyl upholstery of the new Impala Super Sport Series, for instance, Then, with all of that going for you, you've got the '64 Jet-smooth
its and ask if you've felt softer seat covering). ride
at yourself ever at work to cushion you from road noise and vibration
;, Mon thru Thnrs. Here are the niceties of Body by Fisher craftsmanship like few other cars can at any price.

7:30 a-m. 10:00 like you'll find expensive cars. And stylish Been
v pan. on Coupes.CHEVROLET promising yourself l luxury like this someday? Your
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ORANGE PARK TOYS FOR TOTS
OBSERVE SCHOOL CROSSINGS!
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTSThe DRIVE NEEDS TOYS

Rev. ana Mrs. Donald 4-H'ers Say keep Auto Archie Padgett, president of
.
the Orange Park Jaycees reports -
Clawson announce the birth Cotney Tire ServiceCor.
YOU- all of younot just of a son Paul Donald on October VACATION-READY round that they have received

30, at Riverside Hospital, year many donationis in their an- & Jacksonville
Park
King
weighing 6 lb.. 3 oz. nual drive for toys. However

1 V BRAKES V TIRES more toys are needed and all Phone: 12.. 9-3027 or EV 4-6491
HUNTERS rememberPlease V TRANSMISSIONV donations of used toys will be
''I LUBRICATIONV appreciated. Call 264-9213 to
OP SOCIALSMrs.
INSURANCEV arrange for pick-up. TIRE

IGNITION .
Wilfred R. Proud of 4
RE-CAPPING
New York City has been the TWO TURKEY SHOOTS

,guest of her daughter and son- BE CAREFUL! SET BY DRS. INLET RETREADING
in-law The Rev.and Mrs Don- CIVIC LEAGUE
I ald R. Clawson. REPAIRINGFrom
Obey Traffic Signs The Doctors Inlet Civic

: ::14rA Mrs. Henry Farrow is gOingto League will hold two turkey the smallest to the LARGEST!

New Orleans this weekendto shoots on Saturday, Nov. 16, at Distributor Miller Tires -Autolite Batteries
r the following places: Berry's
attend the wedding of Miss
Fish Camp State Road
: on No.
Corrine Thomas and Paul Max- rdw
JI well at Trinity Church. 220 at Swimming Pen Creek, and inORANGE
r and at Bertha's Place, on Blan-
ding Highway. State PARK
Mrs. Austin Drinkwater is a Road No.
21, in the Ridegwood section.
patient in Riverside Hospital. ;;' Station Road Service
[ The shoots will begin at 2 Sinclair
BE ALERT! o'clock and continue until-? I
195 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 2646431Sinclair
with tickets selling for $1.00.It .
OP CUB SCOUTSTO '
i1 Give the other drivera is hoped that many will
+ MEET NEXT WEEK
8 break the LIFE he attend these shoots.

The Orange Park Cub Scoutsare -. -- saves may be YOURS!
scheduled to meet at 7:30

h--_... o'clock next Thursday night in
the Orange Park Methodist !

i Church instead of in the Lions 40,000 teen-agers w 1st
Club building, according to an
announcement made by Frank belong to 4HAutomotive x *

Brown, Jr.MODELS Care & Safety '
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ANNOUNCED FOR Clubs sponsored by _
"s'P OST TIME-4 PAM-:

i LIONELLAS FASHION SHOW Firestone and the 7 a

Models named for the 4th Extension Service

annual Fashion show sponsoredby

the Orange Park Lionellasare I ; : .! I It! ll< tlth r8>aiSY

Only YmJ : Shirley Murphy, Mary _, 1,1 I
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Huntley Kitty Walker, Ro-

forest fires sene Betty Gregory Joe Prevatt, Sherrie Joan Halford Wood- x Oiange rkiicai.

can prevent bury, Dorothy Sandridge and "NIGHT AT THE THEATRE"The I Still the Best Local Newspaper !tcL ,

Susan Krauss. I Value in Clay County Florida.
second annual "Night at
The show, presented by Jean the Theatre" was presented by I Ii 1 year $4.00 2 years $6.00 .t,It CisM1mm.YrxCftr 3UNDA1r" a,ox.ROOStVtlTfJ1St.3..t) .Ni+S.
Jowers fashions is being held i
the choir of the Orange Park
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Q at the Lions Club on Novem-
Methodist Church last Satur-
ber 20th at 8 o'clock. Amongthe
day evening. I
door prizes which are being -
The choir was under the direction -
= donated by local mer-
of Barnes Sale, accom-
chants, is a roto-broiler. CHOP
panied by Pat Vandiver.
Tickets for this event are !
Included on the program
SAN LEBRYDO LUMBER CO. $1.00. They may be purchasedfrom I
was a medley of songs from
Lionella the Orange
any "My Fair Lady," with Mr. Sale,I \J
Highway 21 Middlebur r, Fla. (Park Pharmacy, Miller's 5 & I
Jackie Lewis and Dorothy
Phone 282-5272 110, and Lutin's Store. DOWN
Brooning. Libby Claytor and I

Judy Huntley presented a skit

"The Lady was a Tramp", One
of the highlights of the eve- Sinclair

fling was Dorothy Sandridgewith
20 children of the choir HEATING
yhgiffI-
>- singing "Do Re Mi" from

"Sound of Music",
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: Stop at stop signs. Many accidents .:.;
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Ee = =:'=r ear[ ti through a stop sign at what < QUICK SERVICE, ; .. .J
he thinks is a dear intersec- ..
tion. Come to a complete stop; )

Why settle for a fraction of the action...with look both ways to be sure you I -
tttrre gnat aew Old 889 on A*,aeene.' Sample can enter the intersection ORANGE PARK MIDDLEBURGCOVERING
HmitiiBisaiBtiiisB.83series. the Super 88 and it* 330 new '. properly; and then proceed. I !
.. worth of Rocket V-8 response! Try the new Stop signs mean STOP! 34 DOCTORS INLET PENNEY FARMS
Dynamic 88 -. Oldamobile'a popularpricedpopularity
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Qranre and Park Phone 284-3033 Green Core Springs
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER-14, -1963
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ttVO.R?. "Surprise Farewell" Party That Was Neither GI Insurance For Korean County-Republicans Seek Aid

!> OF THANKS
I

; + .:' "Brooker. The familiy wish to of thank Dewey their E. Vets May Be ConvertedAlthough In Creating 2nd Party

friends and neighbors for their 1
'many kindnesses of food flow- The November meeting ofi I i three of the amendments pre-
the Republican Youth Service sented to the people provided
ers and cards during the loss they have passedthe ended further payments. B. .1.1
organization will be held at 2 grist for the machine now in
of their loved one. Gannon officer in charge.
for receiving a
deadline
"
Dewey E. Brooker Family o'clock Sunday at the Doctors power In Tallahassee Mr Hill
9 special dividend for doing so, office at Jacksonville said this Inlet home of County ChaIr- said.

: --- hundreds of Korean Conflict week. man Harold G. Hill.
RELIABLE PARTY WANTED : "Neither President Kennedynor
Mr. Hill said that while there
/ of Florida exchange -
veterans may Although they may no longer Governor Bryant he said
FOR PART TIME WORK are only 400 registered Republicans -
their "RS" GI insur- .in a prepared statement "ts
obtain a dividend Korean Conflict in the County operates
FOR EXTRA INCOMERecessionDepressionProof ance policies for the less expensive interested in anything but the
veterans may still exchange does not afford any choice to
perpetuating his own powerIf
"W" term polities or their "R" policies for voters or any method of discussing -
< either of them has any convictions
1 convert to a permanent plan the issues at stake.
BusinessTo "W"
term policies that cost on fiscal soundness,
"The fact of lastweek's
noteworthy
handle the world famous insurance. one-third as much, or convert integration' civil rights or any
election was that 85 !
R.C.A. and Sylvania fast moving Under provisions of a bill them to any one of these per- cent of the voters did not bother per- I of the other issues of the day.
T. V. and radio tubes neither has sold these conviction -
type sigineid into law by the Presi- mament insurance plans: Or- to go to the polls. Either
sold thru our latest model do- to the people. Under a
of it-yourself tube testers. You 't i dent on September 13, 1961 dinary life, twenty payment they felt the issues were not I one-party system, it probablywas
I worth their vote or they did not "
could net up to $500.00 per Korean Conflicit veterans were life thirty payment Ifie twen- realize there were issues. All I not necessary.

month in spare time. Cash investment ) given an opportunity for two ty-year endowment, endow-
I 4 .
required to start; years from that date of obtain- ment at age 60 and endowmentat

from $2190.00 up to $3495.00.I Wv Z yya ing a special dividend by exchanging age 65. f The First Presbyterian Church
Should be ready to start upon
: \ "RS" term policies to
acceptance by Corp. Require- Mr. Gannon adivsed that I Magnolia Ave. at Gum

ments: 4 to 8 spare hours per a lower cost term policy or further information and assist- L..5
and two them to L Green Cove
week reliable auto converting a perma- ance may be obtained at the r
i ref. Please do not answer un- Y p? :nent plan of insurance. r
VA Office. Jacksonville or by
less fully qualified and sincerely -
Crescent Photo Gene Morning Worship 11 o'clock
Koza
interested in a fast moving by More than 570,000 veterans writing to the office to which ,

repeat business with an excep- In the three months she has been a patient at Clay Memorial Hospital, Donna Kemp has collected dividends of more the veteran mails his' insurance Church School 9:45 o'clock

tional high margin of profit become as close to an institution both at the hospital and throughout Green Cove as a pretty than $48,500,000 before the expiration I i premiums.VlINT 1 VISITORS WELCOME
of 15-year-old can be.
your own.
: date last September 13 I
Income starts immediately It was three months ago today when as she napped on the back seat of her father's car, --- - -!-

No selling or soliciting re- it collided with a southbound car, on Highway 17 eight miles south of Green Cove snuffingout -

quired. six livies. Her parents and her 10-year-old twin sisters were among the victims. The

Business is fully set up for only survivors were Donna and her brother Charles, 13.

you Be your own boss no Last week Donna was, she thought, preparing to go home to a new home with her "BUT GENERAL! / DON'T

time clocks. grandparents in Orlando, and a group of her friends gathered in the cafeteria at the hos.-.tal

Company willing to extend financial for a "surprise farewell" party. As it developed, it was neither a surprise nor a farewell. With Sy
TO BE THE FIRST MAN
assistance to full timeif half a dozen of her contemporaries "managing" the party word had leaked out. Besides,

desired. For personal Inter- it had been decided that Donna should stay another two weeks.

view in your city. Write to But Donna managed a look of astonishment and greeted the guests with an embarrassed"I ON THE MOON!

UNIVERSAL U-Test Div. 1218 hate y'all." That meant she loved them, one and all.

\ Westover. St. Louis 30, Mis She is shown above as she was wheeled into the room. At the right, a camera bug the i

souri. Include phone numberin I Rev. Gordon Craig, minister of the First Methodist Church of Green Cove, records the pro-

resume. I ceedings. In her hand, Donna holds a silver bracelet presented to her by her friends. Not when he's got everything going so well on this

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earth. Last week they burned the mortgage. This week
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they came in for a Bank of Orange Park home improve-
+ SATURDAY NITE SATURDAY NITE "Accentuate the Positive"Get

Jt JI ment loan. They're going to put tomorrow's new ideas in

i + DANCEI I their home today. Why don't you too?" i

a great big piece of good, shady, country land s-

1 +tt. I With the old swimming hole nearby 3
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THE BANK ..OFORANGE PARK
Tracts from $575. Easy terms. '' "' '" "
up. :. U .E t: ft B" :
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f Florence Cove Fish Camp : : 4C 2.d .

x i S. E. McKAY Service
Lc Pizza Pies Our Specialty !:=!;=. Bankin.q

:i: Come.Join the Fun,- From: 8 until ??? :?::I[I Keystone Heights, Phone 4734816I

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County's SOJOOO miles whichever comes first against defects: in materials and workmanship and will replace or repair at a Chrysler
Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's place of business.the engine block,head and internal parts intake manrfeM.water
pump.transmission case and internal parts(excluding manual clutch),torque converter drive shaft universal joints,rear axto >
and differential,and rear wheel bearings of its 1964 automobiles provided the owner has the engine oil changed every 3 months I'
and Largest Bank or 1,000n, les,whichever comes first,the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor air fitter cleaned every
6 months and replaced every 2 years and every 6 months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required
service,and requests the dealer to certify(I)receipt of such evidence and((2)the cars then current mileage. _

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Thursday night "The Lon Custer Rickey Pringle. i Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Robinson bers and Masons are invited to I Dave Kennett won the Championship .I On Thursday Nov. 21st, the

1 Rebels" of the Green Cove Archie Sweat and John Bar- .bf had as their guest this attend. of the Green Cove I.Women's Golf Association will

Springs Jr. High took on the tholf. week Mrs. Robinson's sister The Rainbow Girls are sell-I Springs Golf Club over John serve a dinner for the Kiwanis

"Pirates" of Fernandina Beachat For the half time highlights, Mrs. Worth Thompson of Sea ing candy. So see a Rainbowand Bradley (3 and 2) in the tour- ofJacksonvUle at the Club-

our own field. the Student Council of the Jr Island Ga. buy cans of candy for nament which was held last house.

f During the first quarter a High and the Presidents of Christmas giving. week.

most spectacular 90 yard run each class were introduced by Miss Clara Ingalls of Sheldon Dick Gordie won the conso- BROWNIES NEED HELP!

was made by David Mitchell the President of Student Coun- 9 HI., left on Monday for lation in the championshipflight
The organizational meetingof
who intercepted the Pirate cil, Michael Elliott along with home after a week's visit with BABY SHOWER GIVEN beating Wayne Geiger the Green Cove Brownie

pass and took advantage of the crowning of the Princess her cousin. Mrs. H. E. Richards.Mrs. FOR MRS. STAMPSA 3 and 2.
Troop was held last Tuesday at
Don Bowles The Chris Hartman escorted by
good blocking. I II baby shower was given On the 1st Flight Jim Loner the Methodist Church.
extra point made good with Greg Looney and her attend 'I
was T. Luke Glennan vis- last Friday evening for Mrs. was the winner beating Dave Mrs. Bill Geiger reports thatthere
Doug Jones running off tackle. ant, Sandra Perry, escorted by I j isted her daughter. Mehnda. at Sherman Stamps, former night Talbott 1 up in 19 holes. The were 22 girls present andit

In the second quarter there Donald Snellgrove. The Prin-I Howey Academy. Howey-in- supervisor at Clay Memorial consolation 1st Flight was won is expected that there will be

was plenty of action by both I I cess and her attendant were II the-Hills, over the weekend. Hospital, at the home of Mrs. by George Owens over Doc 'about 45 present at the next
teams; however, the Rebels presented with corsages and
Gother Martin. Cohostesseswere Turner 4 and 3. meeting. MORE ADULT HELP
pinned on by Miss Joan Craw- [
came through and went 40 I I Mr. and Mrs. Ward Britt Mrs. R. E. Scott, Mrs.I In the 2nd Flight, Frank IS NEEDED. Any woman whois
yards for the TD. The extra ford, last year's princess.The .
and Dr. and Mrs. Robert Fos-I Slater Smith and Mrs. Douglas Zayatz beat John McGaughey interested is asked to phone
point was again made good last half was again Ti I ter of Winter Park were the Thompson.BOWi.14. I 1 up. In the consolation Cal- I Mrs. Geiger at 284-4252. No
with Doug Jones off thrilling. The third tally by
running
Wilcox default from ,
guests on Sunday of Mrs. vin wo nby training is required and the
tackle. The half ended with a the Rebels came when Greg I I
I Britt's parents :Mr. and Mrs. Matthews.In experiences gained in starting
Looney ran 35 yards to the
of 14-0. There
score was good
Gother Marla.Mrs. the 3rd Flight Bill Lemen these girls in a Scouting program -
line play through the first halfb 10 yard line which made it F[ ::: s I beat Lee Hayes by default and can be very rewarding.
y Buddy Howerin, John possible for Don Bowles to takeit ._ ___
William D. Bower, of the 3rd Flight consolation saw The troop is also anxious to
Hansen John Spearman, Mack over on a quarterback option Cress nt Photo bj- Gene Koza St. Augustine has been the Dr Malone beat Elliott Maguire locate Brownie uniforms which
play. The extra point was
Kirkland Charles Starling,
Joan Crawford last year's Junior High Homecoming Prin- guest of her son. The Rev. 1 up. can either be purchased or do-
good; when Greg Looney tooka
I pass in the flat. The last cess, pins a corsage on Kris Hartman this year's princess Gordon Craig. She assisted --- nated.
,1 t CHURCH NOTICE Mrs. Craig at the Open House The Men's Association will The next meeting will be
quarter gave the Rebels an opportunity at the halftime ceremonies last Thursday evening. Picturedleft GREEN COVE BOWLINGWon
which the Craigs had on Sun- sponsor a Pinehurt Tournament held on Tuesday Nov. 19th at
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE to clean the bench to right are: Cheerleader Stefanie Smith Joan Crawford day afternoon for members Lost on Sunday at 1 o'clock. 3:30 o'clock at the First Meth-

J SOCIETY all 35 boys saw action. Sandra Perry atendant to the princess Kris Hartman and and friends of the Methodist Jokers ............ u_ 24 16 odist Church.
This Homecoming game
J Cor. E. Houston St. & her escort Greg Looney. The Junior High football squad Church. Professors ............ 23 17
closed this year's season. The
ij N. Magnolia Ave. 1963-64 Rebels went down in chose the princess' attendants and escorts by ballot. Kingfishers ........ 22 18
I GREEN COVE SPRINGS Lt. James W. Moore and his Magnolia ............ 21 19
history as being the first un-
FLORIDA daughter Linda Lee were the Untouchables ..... 19 21 HelmFuneral
defeated "Champs" of the
recent guests of his parents Drivers ................ 17 23
Services held Sundayat Green Cove Springs Jr. High.
I Jr. Hi. Safety Poster WinnersDavid Adm. (U. S. N. ret.) and Mrs. 8-Balls ............ -- 17 23
11 a. m. The games were played and
Chauncey Moore. He has just Champions .... .... 17 23 > Home
the Rebels follows
won by as :
Subject: returned from duty as supply The Jokers and Professors -
Rebels over Santa Fe 7-6. Noble was awarded I second and Kris Hartman, 3rd.
MORTALS AND IMMORTALS officer aboard the U. S. S. Arlc- split thei rmatch Monday
Rebels over Starke 13-7. first place in the Saftey Poster Those receiving honorable Ix
turus in the Mediterranean.His night and as a result the Jok- CHAELES HELM
November 17thA Rebels over Fernandina 27-6. contest, whic his sponsored an- mention are: Rhonda Revels,
next assignment will be at maintained
cordial invitation is Rebels over Starke 13-12. nually by the Student Councilof Ann Arrants Linda Tyre Jer- ers a one game Funeral Director
extendedto the U. S. Naval Air Training lead. Al Ivey the big
was scor-
attend Rebels over Santa Fe 13-7. the Green Cove Junior High ry Coon. Richard Koza, Chris
our services. Center in Memphis Tenn. in the Drivers three to
er one
Rebels over Fernandina 21-0 School. Debbie Hamel, placed Manassa and Lisa Bentley.
win over the Untocuhables witha Phone 284-9696

Mrs. E. C. Hicks is a patientin 213, and a 532. Bart Chris-

Clay Memorial Hospital.Mrs. tian's 430 was high for the GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA

'. Question women while Robert Ryle HWY. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 445

.... .- -.. ..- ... Lillian Binss Mrs. Jean rolled a nice 206 single. I
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Can Pontiacs possibly keep on Beach. next week at Daytona


getting better
MRS. DELLA CAREZ i iIi

and better and better? Word has been received in

Green Cove of the death of
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Gainesville. She was visit-

ing her daughter Mrs. Lau-

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RAINBOW GIRLS NEWS

There will be a pancake sup-I I
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from 5:30 to 8:00 o'clock at the V

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St. Johns Avenue Green

Cove. This is being sponsoredby

Answer the Order of Rainbow for .v w
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Girls Assembly No. 77 will

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the purpose of initiation. All

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More than_ 70,000 people bought new Pontiacs Sunday. Monday Tuesday. is on its way. At 2:01 am* November you can dial direct. y

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starring John Wayne ing your own Long Distance caH*. Direct,1
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LIBERTY VALANCE
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Last Thursday night "The Lon Custer Rickey Pringle. and Mrs. Hervey Robin- bers and Masons are invited to I Kennett won the Championship -, On Thursday Nov. 21st the

Rebels" of the Green Cove Archie Sweat and John Bar- son had as their guest this attend. of the Green Cove Women's Golf Association will

Springs Jr. High took on the thol!. week Mrs. Robinson's sister The Rainbow Girls are sell-I I Springs Golf Club over John serve a dinner for the Kiwanis

"Pirates" of Fernandina Beachat For the half time highlights Mrs. Worth Thompson, of Sea ing candy. So see a Rainbow Bradley (3 and 2) in the tour- Jacksonville at the Club-

our own field. the Student Council of the Jr tx 3, Island Ga. and buy cans of candy for nament which was held last house.

During the first quarter a High and the Presidents of k. ftf Christmas giving. week.

most spectacular 90 yard run each class were introduced by Miss Clara Ingalls of Sheldon Dick Gordie won the conso- BROWNIES NEED HELP!

was made by David Mitchell the President of Student Council -I ill., left on Monday for lation in the championshipflight The organizational meetingof
BABY SHOWER GIVEN
who intercepted the Pirate Michael Elliott along with, home after a week's visit with beating Wayne Geiger the Green Cove Brownie

pass and took advantage of the crowning of the Princess I her cousin Mrs. H. E. Richards.Mrs. FOR MRS. STAMPSA 3 and 2. Troop was held last Tuesday at

Don Bowles good blocking. The Chris Hartman escorted by baby shower was given On the 1st Flight Jim Loner the Methodist Church.
extra made Greg Looney and her attend- :j I ICr..nt II
point with
was good f T. Luke Glennan vis- last Friday evening for :Mrs. was the winner beating Dave Mrs. Bill Geiger reports that
Doug Jones running off tackle.In ant, Sandra Perry escorted by I II :I
isted her daughter, Melinda at Sherman Stamps former night Talbott 1 up in 19 holes. The there were 22 girls present andit
the second quarter there Donald Snellgrove. The Prin- Howey Academy Howey-in- supervisor at Clay Memorial consolation 1st Flight was won is expected that there will be
was plenty of action both I I cess and her attendant were
by the-Hills, over the weekend.Mr. Hospital at the home of Mrs. by George Owens over Doc ,about 45 present at the next
teams however the Rebels presented with corsages and II
;
Gother Martin. Cohostesseswere Turner 4 and 3. I meeting. MORE ADULT HELPIS
pinned on by Miss Joan Craw-
and went 40
came through
and Mrs. Ward Britt Mrs. R. E. Scott Mrs. In the 2nd Flight, Frank NEEDED. Any woman whois
yards for the TD. The extra ford, last year's princess.The .
and Dr. and Mrs. Robert Fos- Slater Smith and Mrs. Douglas Zayatz beat John McGaughey interested is asked to phone
point was again made good last half was again I ter of Winter Park were the Thompson. I 1 up. In the consolation Cal-I Mrs. Geiger at 284-4252. No
thrilling. The third tally by
with
Jones off
Doug
running I
guests on Sunday of Mrs. vin Wilcox wo nby default from ,training is required and the
tackle. The half ended with a the Rebels came when Greg: !
Britt's parents Mr. and Mrs. Matthews.In experiences gained in starting
score of 14-0. There was good Looney ran 35 yards to the: I
the 3rd Bill Lemen
Gother Martin. Flight these girls in a Scouting program -
line play through the first half 10 yard line which made it I'
[ beat Lee Hayes by default and can be very rewarding.The .
possible for Don Bowles to takeit
by Buddy Howerin John
Mrs. William D. Bower of the 3rd Flight consolation saw ,troop is also anxious to
' Hansen. John Spearman Mack over on a quarterback option Photo by Gene Koza St. Augustine has been the BDWLlJi Dr. Malone bea Elliott Mauire locate Brownie uniforms which
Kirkland Charles Starling play. The extra point was !
good when Greg Looney tooka Joan Crawford last year's Junior High Homecoming Princess guest of her son The Rev. ; 1 up. can either be purchased or do-

pass in the flat. The last pins a corsage on Kris Hartman, this year's princess, Gordon Craig. She assisted --- nated.
CHURCH NOTICE Mrs. Craig at the Open House The Men's Association will The next meeting will beheld
quarter gave the Rebels an opportunity at the halftime ceremonies last Thursday evening. Picturedleft GREEN COVE BOWLINGWon !
which the Craigs had on Sun- sponsor a Pinehurt Tourna- I on Tuesday Nov. 19th at
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE to clean the bench to right are: Cheerleader Stefanie Smith, Joan Crawford ,day afternoon for membersand Lost !nent on Sunday at 1 o'clock. 3:30 o'clock at the First Meth-
all 35 boys action.
SOCIETY saw Sandra Perry atendant to the princess, Kris Hartman and friends of the Methodist Jokers ............ -- 24 16 odist Church.
This
Homecoming game
r Cor. E. Houston St. & closed this year's season. The her escort Greg Looney. The Junior High football squad :Church. Professors ..........? 23 17

N. Magnolia Ave. 1963-64 Rebels went down in chose the princess' attendants and escorts by ballot. Kingfishers ........ 22 18
GREEN COVE SPRINGS I Lt. James W. Moore and his Magnolia ?....?.... 21 19
history as being the first undefeated I I
FLORIDA daughter, Linda Lee were the Untouchables ..... 19 21 HelmFuneral
"Champs" of the <
recent guests of his parents Drivers ..,.......?.... 17 23
: Services at 11 held a. Sunday m. The Green games Cove Springs were played Jr. High.and I Jr. Hi. Safety Poster WinnersDavid 1 I Adm. (U. S. N. ret.) and Mrs. 8-Balls ............ -- 17 23

E ,Chauncey Moore. He has Just Champions .... .... 17 23 3 Home
won by the Rebels as follows: I I
Subject: returned from duty as supply The Jokers and Professors
Rebels over Santa Fe 7-6. Noble was awarded second and Kris Hartman 3rd. I
; MORTALS AND IMMORTALSNovember officer aboard the U. S. S. ArIcI split thei rmatch Monday
Rebels over Starke 13-7. first place in the Saftey Poster Those receiving honorable +
i I turus in the Mediterranean.His night and as a result the Jok- CHARLES HELM
17thA Rebels over Fernandina 27-6. contest whic his sponsored an- mention are: Rhonda Revels
next assignment will be at maintained
cordial invitation is Rebels over Starke 13-12. nually by the Student Councilof Ann Arrants, Linda Tyre Jerry ers a one game Funeral Director
extendedto the U. S. Naval Air Training lead. Al Ivey the big
was scor-
attend Rebels over Santa Fe 13-7. the Green Cove Junior High Coon, Richard Koza Chris
our services. Center in Memphis Tenn. in the Drivers three to
Rebels over Fernandina 210. School. Debbie Hamel placed Manassa and Lisa Bentley. er one i.
win over the Untocuhables witha Phone 284-9696

Mrs. E. C. Hicks Is a patientin 213, and a 532. Bart Chris-

Clay Memorial Hospital.Mrs. tian's 430 was high for the GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA

X Question women while Robert Ryle II16 EAST P. O. BOX 445

*:. .. '. t- ... ., Lillian Binss, Mrs. Jean rolled a nice 206 single. ir I
R' Spearman and Mrs. Polly Prin-

gle will attend the P-TA Con-

Can Pontiacs possibly keep on vention Beach. next week at Daytona


getting better
MRS. DELLA CAREZ t+ r rI

and better and better? Word has been received in

Green Cove of the death of
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Mrs. Della Carez last Mondayin I i

Gainesville. She was visit-

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I f- rence Miller, formerly of Green k ,

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RAI "BOGIRLS NEWSThere l i I I Ir iI

will be a pancake sup-I I _

per on Saturday, i
from 5:30 to 8:00: o'clock at the
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Cove. This is being sponsored ..

Answer by the Order of Rainbow for I
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invited to attend. ;

The Order of the Rainbowfor i

Girls Assembly No. 77 will

meet on Sunday afternoon

November 17th at 8:00: pjn. for

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MERMAIDS Green Cove Springs latest sign of prog- extensive list of cities all over the country

,More than- 7O,000 people bought new Pontiacs Sunday Monday. Tuesday ress is on its way. At 2:01 am, November you can dial direct.

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Nov. n, 18, & 19 Beginning November 17, start enjoying
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LAST WEEK --- -
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CLAY COtNTY.. FLORIDA.IN .
CLAY COUNTY; FLORIDA ,
CHANCERY The Crescent carried -: r-: '
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NO 3X38 -
REXILOX It. RtcDUFFlE. JOYCE S. BOWXAP1a1DUft 548 ,column inches of Clay County news, and flews .all written.and

t Plaintiff vs. prepared by our staff.

ROSE EUL\vs-. ilcDUFFIE. JAMES RALPH BOWMAN 560 column inches of paid Clay County,advertising- with another
r Defendant.
Defendant 10 inches from outside The County.
:NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE OF ,SUIT
-- THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TO:

ROSE ELLA McDUFFIE THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TO: The only ether paper "published" in the County (See not below) carried
RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU Pvt. James Ralph Bowman-
J BOATS TRADING POST
AIR CONDITIONING
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat U. S. 5256&14S
a. cult has been filed againstyou U. S. AnDY Training Center. 412 column Inches and Clay County news.

In the Above entitled cause Infantry. Fort Gordon.. Georgia 386 column inches of advertising 123 inches of which lured
County
INLET MARINAMERCURY CAREY'S TRADING POST and you are. hereby required to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
MILBER&ERREFRIGERATION serve upon. plaintiff's attorney. a. suit has been. :Shed shoppers to Duval County stores.
WE BUY SELL TRADE whose name and address appear against you.In. the above entitled
ereon. your written defenses Ifany. cause and. you are hereby required -
& JOHNSON Three locations: to the bill of complaint in to- serve upon -plaintiff's '
ENGINES said suit copy of which is delivered attorney whoa name and address THERE'S A DIFFERENCE
15 E.Palmer SU Ph.24-3280 -to. you herewith on or appear hereon your' written -
before December 9. A. D. 1963. defense if-any to the bill of
SERVICEAIR CROSBY BOATS Warehouse & antiques-old Herein fail not. or decree pro complaint- said suit of (Hoer By the grace of a sometime state attorney a newspaper may be printed

EE-ZY TRAILERS Gym Rdg., S. Orange Are. confesso for the will relief be entered prayed againstyou In the which wtn. on Is or dlivered before to you anywhere by anyone; have Its offices and payrolls in another county state or nation

CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE '"BIG TOP" tent-mandincBlvd. bill of NATURE complaint.THE .OF SAID SUIT A. D.. 1963.Hereto falL- not. here-j. and if it drops its NEWSpapers in a Clay County post office, it may call itself
or
REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR at Ridgewood BEING FOR DIVORCE. confesso. will be entered againstyou a Clay County XEWSpaper.)
WITNESS my 'nand and the '
foe the relief prayed in- the
HEATING SERVICE Hwy. 17 Orange Park Furniture and appliances at seal of said Court at Green Cove bill of complainc.:
S1)dngsFlorida., this 4th
day of
THE NATURE OF SAID'SUl'rBEL"
9 S. Palmetto Street Phone CO 4-9835 bargain pricesStfc November A. D 1963. FOR DIVORCED 11 I M I I i I 1 I I I I1 H l"l HOpening
GEORGE L. CARLISLE. (COURT SEuayi.
Home Phone 284-9780 Clerk Circuit Court. WITNESS my hand and the
By: Vivian H. Sohm seal of said Court at Green Cove
Business Phone 284-9581 BEVERAGES Deputy Clerk Springs. Florida, this 30th day oi
HAIRCUTS Tames T:. Norton. October A- D. 1963 0
Attorney for Plaintiff GEORGE: L.. CARLISLE. :
Address: P. O.. Box 372 Clerk: ClncuH Court
VACUUM CLEANERS PAUL'SAU Green Cove Spring. Florida By: Vivian 13. Sohm
We give Pub. 11-7. 14. 21. 28. 1963 Deputy Clerk
Richard C. Govdle. rtfli1/JAel
4t1 '4ii -'"' "FirstHaircut"Certificates Attorney for- Plaintiff lq
ORANGE PARK Legal Beverages Address: Bank Building.
I LEGAL. NOTICE Green Cove Springs,. Florida
M. I Pub. 1031. 11-7,. 14. 21. 1963
Vacuum Sweeper Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. I

NOTICE: OB" APPLICATION FOR
Service Duval County Line ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 TAE DEEDs LEGAL NOTICE

REPAIRPARTSSUPPLIESFOR North of Orange Park _.. ....IS, F. S.
ALL MAKES Orange Park Barber Stop NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN THE- COUNTY JUDGE'S

that H_ R Wiegand. the holderof COURT IN. AND FOB CLAY
Rebuilt Cleaners Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:39'
$10 up pan. the following certificates has COUNTY. FLORIDA. The

1708 Hiway 17 UPHOLSTERING same location for over 15 yean filed said certificates .for a dted to be Issued thereon. The CASE! NO.. 584-:

PH 264-9771 KINGSLEY HIWAY 17 certificate, number and years of IN RE:, ESTATE OB ,
'
issuance., tha
: description of the FLORENCE S. NIPPLE
'' property and the names in
BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP which it was assessed are as deceased.
Ph. 261.9771UPHOLSTERING follows:
Notice hereby given that I
MILK DELIVERY Certificate No. 2.
'
Complete Auto & Furniture Year of Issuance June 1. 1961. have filed my final, returns as

Upholstering Description Lots 5 & 6 Blk.of. Property D Kingsley: Administrator. of the Estate cum. of testamentoannexo FlorenceS. of The New Plant
Hippie, deceased; that I have
1400 W. Idlewild Ave. W. D. MorrisDistributer Lake 20 & Village 21 Township S/D Sections 6 filed my petition for. distribution
and :forfinal discharge and thaton
Ph. 284-3505 Range 23 E.
FREE ESTIMATESALL
Name in which assessed December 3. 1963. I will applyto
Cove Cove Springs Florida Donald Holmes.All : the Honorable Thomas J.
Rivers. County Judge of. Clay
WORK GUARANTEED of said In
property being
.
Free Estimates
County. Florida foe approval of
the County of Clay. State of
All Milk said final returnsand.. for an
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY Free Pick-up and DeliveryHandle Jersey Florida.Unless such certificate or. cer- order of distribution and for

Any and All of Yom tificates shall be redeemed ac- cum final -testamento discharge as annexe Administrator., of. tae
For cording to law the property described Estate of Florence S, Hippie de OfKeystone
Upholstery Needs! in such certificate or
ceased.
Archie certficates will be sold
Padgett to thehighest
BAXLEY FRED SACHER..
HAROLD HOME DELIVERYCALL bidder-at.the'court bouse
On Kingsley Ave. Just door the first Administrator
& 21 on Monday in
Owner Upholsterer yrs. Month of December. 1963. whichis Pub. 10-31. 11-7. 14. 21. 1963
East of Hwy. 17 EDWIN BAXLEYSon the 2nd day of December 1963
264-9949 or %843166LEGAL Dated this 23th day of October
LEGAL. <
Ph. No. COngress C913Oran and Upholsterer 4 yrs. 1963. NO rieB

e Park Fla. E. A. HUMMEL (COURT SEAL)
George L. Carlisle. THE FOURTH. JUDICIAL CIR-
Upholsterer- 6 yrs. Clerk of Circuit Court of CUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND Millworks
Clay County. Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
NOTICE Pub. 1031. 117. 14. 21. 1963 FOR CLAY COUNTY.. IN CHAN-

ELECTRICALAtlas CER.Y. CASE NO. 371.
SIGN PAINTING NOTICE OF INTENTION TO A. H. CRUCE and LILLIE L.

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME LEGAL. NOTICE CRUCE. husband and wife.
Notice is hereby given that Plaintiffs
Electrical & Mechanical the undersigned under the pro- vs.
QUALITY visions of chapter 865-.89. Lawsof IN THE COURT.: : OF THE COUNTY J. T. FIELDS and ANNA B..

CompanyWe Florida. Acts of 1957. will JUDGE CLAY COUNTY: CRENSHAW. Inc.
with the Clerk of the Defendants.
PAINTIINGLEE register FLORIDA.. IN PROBATE.In NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
do all types of electrical SIGN Circuit Court In and for Clay PROCEEDED
County, State of Florida upon re: Estate of THE STATE OF YLORlDA-
wiring. receipt of proof of publication ELSIE :MAY REED
WARNER n f this notice, the Fictitious Deceased. JOT. FIELDS-

RAY SHIP 305 Glendening Road name ofAUTO SAFETY SERVICE NOTICE All Creditors TO CREDITORSTo and Persons ANNA Residence B. CRENSHAW---unknown.

Owner and Manager Orange Park. Fla. Signed. Joel B. Brown Having Claims or. Demands Residenct unknown Off HIGHWAY 21 JUST NORTH OF KEYSTONE
Frank F. Brown Against Said Estate: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- ,
Phone 284-9228 Phone 264-6316 I Pub. 10-24. 31. Nov. 7. 1*. 1963 You and each of you. are hereby FIED that a Complaint to foreclose -
notified and required to pre- a certain AGREEMENTFOR
sent any claims and demands DEED on the following
which you.. or. either of you may described real property locatedIn
have against the estate of Elsie Clay County. Florida to-wit: .


H I [C- LIfk\ts S1111:111 [D'Q!: 1 [DgSFOR i I County Clay:May in Reed County., the to deceased the court Florida. County. "house late at Judge of of his said said office of- of Lot wild Block Green three Park Fifteen Cove(3)Subdivision.and Springs.(15)four of Idle-Cityof Florida (4) .


County at Green Cove Springs.: (sometimes known as Specializing
Florida. within six calendar Idlewood Park Subdivision.. :
month. front the time of the first Clay County. Florida). ? .
publicaton of this notice. Two has been filed against you. and : ", ; ,
copies of each claim or demand you are required to serve a copy : r .
shall be in writing and shall of your answer or pleading to
state plaee of residence and post the said Complaint upon Plain-
SALE 2 bedroom. 6- FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom WANTED Citizens Interested office address of. the claimant tiff's attorney. T. J. JENNINGS e .
and shall be sworn to by the JR. and JAMES T. NORTON. P. In
room house with new Fla.room louse, newly painted inside and personally or financially claimant his agent or attorney. O. BOX 372, Green CoveSprings..

& rarace. Asbestos siding. out, reasonable large yard. appliances in building a 2-party system of and! accompanied by a :filing fee Florida and file the original answer -
of dollar and such claim
one or or pleading in the office of
Priced for quick sale, owner turnished. Call Penney government in Clay County demand not so filed shall be void. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of

being transferred. TeL llog- Farms. 5298211. 20tfc under the banner of Barry administrator Carroll :M. WrightAs With the Clay the County.25th Florida day of on NovemberA. or before -

gatt GCS 2843849. 10-3-tfc Goldwater. Needed: workers Will Annexed of Elsie May D. 1963. or a decree pro con CABINET MAKING MILLWORK AND CUSTOM WOODSOF i
Reed, deceased. fesso will be entered againstyou. ,
and money. Contact HaroldG. Pub. 1114. 21. 28. 125. 1963 This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
FOR RENT 2 bedroom Hill by mail at Doctors In- consecutive weeks in the Clay

let; by phone at Middleborg LEGAL NOTICE: County Crescent of Green Cove
bath
house near high school; ; Springs Florida.

FOR SALE: 14 cub. ft. upright large yard unfurn., $40 a 282-5110. 10-10 tf pWANTED seal of said Court at Green Cove All KINDS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WITNESS my hand and the
like
deep freeze Frigidalre. new. month. TeL GCS 2843849. CLAY COUNTY:, FLORIDA seal of said Court at Green Cove
and Duo-Therm Space heater 103tfc IN CHANCERYNO. Springs. Florida this 22nd day of
3734 October A. D. 1963.
with 55-gal drum and stand. :MARGUERITE REBECCACAMBCTLN. GEORGE L. CARLISLE

reasonable. Phone OP : Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
both MALE OR FEMALE wantedto Plaintiff Clay County. Florida.
2649551. 11-7 c FOR RENT-5 room house-2 v.. By: Estellee Ridley -- ALSO --
do house-to-house canvass HOWARD HOLMES CAMBURN Deputy Clerk

blocks from river on Hibernia one or two hours a day. WriteP. NOTICE OF SUIT Defendant I Pub. 1024. 31. 11-7. 14. 1963.... ..

route 2 miles north of Green O. Box 578-M Green Core. THE STATE OF FLORIDA -TO._:
Cove Springs. $52.00 month. HOWARD HOLMES CAMBURN.Railroad LEGAL NOTICE
10-17 e Avenue
FOR SALE Beef by the half Phone 284-3289 after 4:00 p.m. Waretown. New Jersey : FORMICA WORK -- ALL KINDS
or whole and pork or will 1024tfcOIL YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED NOTICE UNDER ,
that a suit has been filed
butcher, chill and cut yours. against you In the above entitled FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
cause and you are hereby required Notice Is Hereby Given that
Also smoked sausage. Leroy EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER to serve upon plaintiffs the undersigned desiring to en

Wilson 284-4557. 11-7 c desires job widow call attorney\, name and Address gages in business under the fictitious -
HEATERS. 3 Rm. $25; appear hereon. your writ name of
284-9783. 10.17 x ten defenses if any. to the bill ORANGE PARK BOTTLED GAS
5 Rm. $30; 55 GaL Drum $3; of complaint in said suit copy of the City..of olr.nfdtl.k; the : Owners -. _
30 Gal Gas Hot Water $20; which is delivered to you herewith State of ..
on or before December 16, ister the said name with the
Apt. Gas Cookstove $15; Elec A. D. 1963.Herein Clerk of the Circuit Court. of .. .
FOR SALE-2 Bedroom mobile & RIDE WANTED by lady from fail not or deoree pro. Clay County. Florida.
Kitchen Sink
Refrig. $20; confesso will be entered againstyou /SignedSidney F. Burris
home. 1956 Champion 45 x 8. Fittings $10; Large Couch-Bed downtown Jacksonville to for the relief prayed in the Pub. 10-24. 31. 11-7. 14. 1963 .

Call Green Cove 2843369. $10; Metal Shower Stall & Fittings Green Cove 4:45 p.m. or after bill of NATURE complaint.THE .OF SAID SUIT I : Ernest TriestCharles

10-31 P Call 284-9749. evenings. 11-14 BEING FOR DIVORCE. LEGAL NOTICE
$10; Kitchen Table. 3 WITNESS my hand and the I

Chairs. $10. Phone 2843605. seal of said Court at Green Cove I
Springs. Florida this 12th day I IN THE CIRCUIT: : COURT OF :

11-17 c of November A. D. 1963. CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA. : '
\\'A.'TED-Part time positionby
GEORGE L. CARLISLE
IN CHANCERYNO.
FOR SALE -3-bedroom mod- to Clerk Circuit Court
experienced secretary
.
ern house in very good residen- supplement social security. (COURT By SEAL Grace)M. Carlisle Dora Edwinette ST14 Richardson..

tial area. 828 S. Fourteenth St., FOR RENT Fine Trailer head stenographic I Deputy Clerk Plaintiffvs. JameskBreeden
Formerly R. C. GORDIE. .
Home in Beautiful River View
Palatka. Phone Palatka 328- department for large corpora Attorney for Plaintiff Harold Kenneth Richardson. Sr. ;
2365. 11-14 21 c Trailer Park. Adult Couple Address: Bank Building DefendantNOTICE
:tion. Call 2843768. I Green Cove Springs. Florida OF !SUIT .4 .
t .
only. Phone 2843280. I 10-24. 31. 11-3 P Pub. 11-14. 21. 28. 12-5, 1963i THE TO: STATE OF FLORIDA : .. .
I
11-14 e I I Harold Kenneth Richardson. Sr.
FOR SALE-Strawberry plants i Richardson Nursing Home
- . . Main Street P. Foster
-Mrs. W. S. Snow RusselL i M. ; ; i MI n I..Mu 11 i i 11 i i i n in 11 ill u 1111 1 11 i n 11 ; m . West Borford., Massachusetts ;

11-14. 21 e YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
I FIED that a suit baa been filed

1 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I1 cause against and you you in the are above hereby entitled required -


AGRICULTURAL SALESREPRESENTATIVE :- i 11 i 1 11 i i in 11 in 11 in 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 11 III i It 44 1 I +'*-H,,;1111111111111:11:1111., },, i attorney to whose serve upon name plaintiffs and address -

appear hereon. your writ-
ten defenses any to the bill GALLKeystone
FURNITUREAIR DRncGISTSEASTERLING I OFFICE EQUIPMENT of complaint in said suit copyof
which is delivered to you ,
We need a good man in this herewith on or before November
BASE FURNITURE CO.
25th. A. D. 19(3.
area to work with our sales PHARMACY AMERICANOFFICE
Fine FurnitureCarpeting Herein fall not or decree pro
manager in direct to farm SUPPLY CO. confesso will be entered againstyou :
AppUaDC'CeaOomplf'te Reliable Prescription Service for the relief prayed in the
sales and service work. Earn Home Punishing bill of complain

$85 to $150 weekly. Permanent BBSS IV.OiM.velt Blvd. Complete Cosmetic Dept. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner BEING THE NATURE FOR DIVORCE.OF SAID SUIT Heights

position; age no barrier. Wonderful Jacksonville EV 7-4619 WITNESS my hand and the
Specialists in seal of said Court at Green Cove
opportunity to advance. Cameras FilmsPharmaceutical Springs. Florida this ISth day of

For complete details and appointment TRAILERS Office Supplies and October. A. D. 1963.

for personal Inter- Pacemakers and Homette Needs Office Equipment GEORGE Clerk Circuit L. CARLISLE.Court
By Vivian H. Sohm.
view tell us about yourself in Norris for Travel Sundries Deputy ClerkT. 473-4285
Complete Line of Greeting
J.
Jennings J r. *
letter (including phone
a your Used Trailers-Bank Financing J. T. Norton

number) the General Manager. 6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blanding Blvd. Cards Attorney for Plaintiff
Address: P. O Box-a7%.
P._O. Box 1115. Winter Garden BUTTS MOBILE HOMES Inc.KV Jacksonville FT .-t13! 2655-57 Park St. Jacksonville. Green Cove Spriags. Florida
Pub. 19-24. 31. 113. le. 1913
Florida. 8-8578 i i I I I I I I li < I I li I i i i i i i i i 5 1 I i 1 I 1 i i 3 5 I I i i 1 i 5 i I i i I i I i I i M I I 1 I I tl



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tions they may have concerning organizations, churches
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This national Jaycee program has been highly success-
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. Cktyton E. Revels By Harold SnellenBy

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|r t-r-' : Harold Snellen PAn The rest of the game was
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, President openinig play touchdewn scoreless as both defenses
by Baldwin deflated Keystone's yielded little ground. The
morale and made a Baldwin clock ran out with the score
victory evident. 27-6 Baldwin.

1 I'm Your NEW PLYMOUTH VALIANT and CHRYSLER Dealer On the opening play of the Keystone is now 4-4 for the
g a m e, Baldwin's halfback season and has two games left.
=== ==== 'Peanut"' Fourakre, went off Next week is an open date, the
rigiht tackle and scored on a week after Keystone hosts

= in Clay County = 70 yard r Jaunt. The P. A. T Hastings at the Indian home-

was was made good. \I i coming.
s a=1 Later in the first period.
T

L I'M' MIGHTY PROUD THAT CHRYSLER CORPORATION HAS APPOINTED ME TO SELL AND SERVICE Green a 20-yard of Baldwin pass hit play.paydirton The Dewey Brooker


!! THEIR GREAT LINE OF AUTOMOBILES HERE'S HOW I INTEND TO DO i BUSINESS: FIRST. I BELIEVE IN = win point led after 140.Keystone was. good and Bald- Graveside services for DeweyD.

Brooker, 65 old,
years a retired -
_== GOOD SERVICE AT ;MY, PLACE YOU'LL' BE SURE TO GET IT SECOND I'LL' GIVE YOU THE BEST DEAL LI second quarter came and to life Quarter-in the died electrician in Green and Cove plumberwho Sun-


THAT I CAN AND STILL STAY IN BUSINESS. THIRD ONLY THE CREAM 'OF THE USED CAR CROP WILL ''END UPON back'ing from Jimmy leg McMurtry injuries, score suffer-on day Grove, were cemetery held Tuesday.in Hickory


i= MY LOT MlnST. IMPORTANT: EVERYBODY WHO WORKS FOR ME THINKS THE SAME WAY I DO: I HANDLI a end.10 yard The sprint conversion around failed.right Mr., Mrs.Brooker Estillee leaves Ridley a daughter a-

Baldwin scored again in the granddaughter, Jane Ridley,
i PICK ALL MY MEN middle of the second on a 40- and three brothers Warren,
William and Bruce, all of
= around left end by
:: ONE OTHER THING. REPEAT BUSINESS IS IMPORTANT TO ME. ONCE I SELL YOU A NEW CAR yard Quarterback run Motes. The con- Green Moody,Cove of Mulberry; a sister,, Mrs.Fla.;Ruth anda

= version failed and Baldwin led half Mrs. Hattie Butch
sister
= I'M' GOING TO MAKE SURE YOU BUY ALL YOUR GARS FROM ME I'M' HERE TO STAY! 206.A. of Bartow.

== last minute effort of Key- The Rev. A. D. Martin offici-
WHEN YOU'RE' READY TO LOOK AT NEW CARS COME ON DOWN. IF YOU WANT TO TALK TO ME = stone to make a touchdown before ated at the services. Helm
, __ the half was stalled only Funeral Home was in chargeof

-= PERSONALLY ABOUT YOUR CAR NEEEDS BE SURE TO ASK FOR ME. THAT'S' WHAT I'M' IN BUSINESS __ by with the Keystone clock. The trailing half 20-6.ended arrangements.


= FOR. TO SELL. TO SERVE. TO ;I ME A LOT OF NEW FRIENDS. LI Defense in the played end half.the importantrole The only Leroy Edenfield
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score was by Baldwin's Four-
akre it came on a 40-yard
Services for Leroy Edenfield
: pass play. The P. A. T. was
48 old who died Mondayat
years
good. The score stood 27-6.
:: Clay Memorial Hospital aft-
er a brief Illness, will be held
: .. HENRY SAPP'S TO at 3 o'clock tomorrow at Shi-
: loh Baptist Church.Mr. .
CELEBRATE 50TII
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[ WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Edenfield. an employeof
the County was admitted to.
= Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sapp the hospital a week ago today.
< will celebrate their 50th wed- He leaves his widow. Mrs. Lela
LI __j Best a/ -aroun compact ,'___.:_ .. J =_: ding anniversary on Sunday. Edenfieild; five daughters.
;;;'; December 1st at the Hickory Donna SUe Angela, and Mary
LI Plymouth Valiant Chrysler' Grove Baptist Church from two Joan Edenfield all of the
to four o'clock. home: Mrs. Hazel Beasley. of
Penney Farms; and Mrs. Eu-
r1 Revels LI BORRIES KEPPLER nice Bennett of Boynton
Chrysler Plymouth
Clayton = WEDDING ANNOUNCEDMr. Beach; and four sons Edward,
of Snowflake, Ariz.; Leroy Jr.,
i'':' === Robert Keppler of Columbus of Ft. Lewis, Wash.; and T. B.
Orange Avenue ", ,.' Green Cove Spr'ngt Ohio, announces the and W., both of Green
= Joseph
1050 N. : 1'1'l'.' ';:'fit 1:*U .. ",,}. -. .Phone 234-6666 or' 264-6555-" ;..: .:* ,._ :. .": marriage of his daughter, Mrs. Cove.
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= 4.1* Harvey Hand Berries son' of The Rev. Connie Johnson
CHRYSLER= : = Capt. (USN ret.) 'and Mrs!Fred and the Rev. Jack Hall will
!, Fl Authorized. Deal 111 MOTORS CORPORAIUMI The Mark C 1>. of Quality == M. Borries, Jr... of Green Cove, officiate at the services. Helm
on October 12th in the First Funeral Home is in charge'of
Presbyterian Church,, Colum- !
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