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The Clay County crescent
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Green Cove Springs Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
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Began July 15, 1927.
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Oscar Johnson, editor.
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Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
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Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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VOLUME 37; NO. 39 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, ,...:.. ..j ,

Bottleneck To Stay "'01 Go ? s'

r The Football Front :

SMatter of FactFlorida's ,

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future economic growth may well be affected by
the developing trend toward a common market in Latin Amer-
ica, University of Florida economist Robert W. Bradbury reports One Leg ; Sprains Etc.Clayton

in the current issue of Economic Leaflets. .
The Latin America Free Trade Association established in ,

1961, includes nine member nations: Argentina, Brazil. Mexico Only two football week-ends old the season's playing field

Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay Columbia and Ecuador. Bolivia and c_ F casualty list this week stood at two broken hands a broken leg

Venezuela are expected to join.A Revels and uncounted sprains, lecerations. etc.
second organization attempting economic integration in Most of the victims are members of the Clay High football

Latin America, he notes, is the Central American Common team which according to the new head coach Billy Montgomery -
Market now operating within the boundaries of Central Amer- Gets ChryslerPlymouthValiant- has lost two of its players who broke their hands. A third

ica. Members are Costa Rica El Salvador, Guatemela, Hon- man suffered knee injuries. However "The Coach" says that it

duras and Nicaragua. has not yet been determined whether these injuries are a direct
"It is not inconceivable." writes Dr. Bradbury "that the I result of football. A Dunbar High player suffered a broken

"United States may draw close in an economic sense to the"European Clayton Bevels, of Green leg.
Latin American markets and with
common Cove. has been awarded
a In an interview in The Crescent office Coach Montgomery
such free movement of trade we would have a strong Western P..t. .y c... 'K... dealership for Chrysler whose team has lost both its games (to larger high schools
-world that would do much to guarantee ., prosperity, and
peace. Plymouth and\.aUant automobiles
scheduled before his advent in Clay County) said it was neces-
continuing development ol the free AK-orld. The Doctors Inlet bridge on Highway 17, just south of Orange Park, may some day .
sary for his team to win games.
be replaced if 13 is 4-laned into Green Cove. Regarded by many as a dangerous bottleneck
"If you don't believe it," he said, "talk to any of the three
Mr. Revels'
Practical and by others as a detriment to the growth a nd developmentthe of property lying south of it, company will .
The St. Johns County Program of Nursing, open men who were here last year and got fired.
bridge is xproiimately 20 feet wide. Ralph! Powers memb of the be known as Clayton Revels
to Clay County students is accepting applications for its first er State Road depeartset" -
class, to begin in .January This program is sponsored by the ment for 'this !district, last week said (See "As A Matter of F OB this page) the State Chrysler-Plymouth Inc., at : Montgomery denied that he had ever cursed the members
i Board of Public Instruction, in cooperation with Flagler Hospital had no :plan to 4-lane in Dwval or Nassau counties. He dId not mention Clay County. 1050 North Orange avenue, of his team beyond an occasional "Hell" or "damn"; he said he

of 'St. Augustine. However, during a visit to Green Cove last winter, Mr. Po wets said he hoped, before he Green Cove I had not jumped the gun in recommending for college scholar-

Preliminary approval bas been given by the Florida State leaves 'office, to persuade the State to include funds in its 1 budget I for the 4-lanlng of 17 Mr. Revels hopes to have ships several of his players. Such recommendations could not
Green a showing .f his new cars be delayed until the end of the football season, he said, and
"Board of Nursing and the Division of Vocational Education Cove. In addition to that, if the new St. Johns tITer: bridge is located in ore
State Department of Education. Classroom and clinical facilities south 'of Orange Park this bridge 'Wdurd almost certainly I> replaced in the view of in- next week. he denied he would have at that time much better informationas
formed observers. to the athletic and/or scholastic Qualifications of his players.
will be located at Flagler Hospital.The .
course:Is 12 months and:includes classroom instruction, "The___ coaches_______ of__ three___ colleges_____-- were__ ___ un_ there n____ in___ those______
supervised practice, and clinical experience in the hospitaLSchool stands (at Green Cove) last week. I had to tell them who to
Half Million Dollar GCS j "
Imurswill be from 8:30 until 3 o'clock. Monday through College Scholarship Exams watch.

-Friday. Instruction and experience are provided In medical When asked whether the prime objective of his coaching

and surgical nursing, mother and new-born care care of children Seen !Set For October 22 activities was building a sense of fair play and teamwork, or
emergency nursing, diet therapy and central supply Payroll By OwingsThe whether it was winning games at any cost Montgomery said he

', services. Also,a brief experience:in the care nof the mentally m, ; would take the smallest of his players and the larger of the two
;and public health nursing will be given. Books, uniforms, Green Cove Springs Tarn'Company win erepaoy moose State coUese: scholarship cxsmtmctions: : for nursing and sons of the editor of The Crescent (neither of whom plays foot-
equipment registration and laboratory lees will cost approximately -, than :200 persons with an estimated: ( annual payroll in -excessi teaching will be given at ClayaM Dunbar high schools In ball by parental decree), and he "would guarantee my smallestboy
$85310. .A certifinrte; Js :swarded upon satisfactory completion of ,4500,000: Conway Owings. superintendent of the iBurlingtan: Green Cove at 1 o'clock.Oct. ::.. according to an announcement will draw blood."

; ;of the course, and graduates will be eligible to take Industries affiliate told members urf the Green Core tRotary! made ''this week by lutes: C. lang, superintendent of Public Montgomery said he could not speak-on whether or not any

the:Florida State:Board INursing:: Examination to qualify as a Club :Monday night. Instruction. of his (three) assistant coaches cursed the players two weeks
licensed practical .nurse. Mr. Owings said that miiile the Tecently- stabfidaed: : 'opra! Stating his high regard 3dr the 'opportunities afforded by ago.
Applicants must be at least 17 years of age. -on admission. ,ation is paying approximately: $3DvOOB more a Tear-electzlml nursing and teaching wtooba hips.:'Mr. Long said there are a
"One of them comes from a section (South Carolina)
:Both male and:female applicants will be accepted. Applicants power than a comparable plant: :might pay in &.T> rtrnr .community number of oSier scfraiarsnips ;aswsQable both within the State
where cussing is more in favor than where I come from (south-
: must: crave completed:: the tenth grade, or the equivalent, as determined : ., other factors compensate& afar this overhead. and ,throughout the nation: for"'worthy and capable students.
qA "by a pre admissaaa aiptitudetest :T pre-admission: *_.bes ribtntb -":devetopna aifc-aof:'stretch'-farasaid *"<[>: s i Iii- ,-rbitp. aan -Longsaid, the best-Tsro- ern- -*Mississippi. he said.
(dental and.physical examination: be necessary. is one of "the hottest Stems": in the texJOe rmWket today,: cedure is fcr: ':a stuSerltand "his parents to determine what ln Orange P rk. Coach Larry Wesley, who* teannnron last
Anyone 'desiring information or application forms, should :It :is used in swim suits socks:: slid, clothing week-t*:# hf- $ and college or ccBeses S*-'wmdd :lilac I tto attend and to then write week-end,reported only minor sprains and bruises to date.
call or 'write the Director of Instruction. St. Johns County it is beginning to be psed! in xxxeifs suiting. ,to such colleges TOT a list of 'scholarships offered by them and And in Keystone Coach Roy Spradley made the same re-
Schools Box 450 St.Augustine.:iFloxida.: Telephone VA 4-281L .He used a number of c-"grttT to" ,illustrate- nl-::uses of for the iwauiremests: : irettiug such a scholarship. port. Mr. Spradley said that Dr. Donald Christoff is presentat

The number of applicants must be limited, and all interested the fabric made from the yarn. There are several local scholarships he said. Interested every one of his games and that when any player is InJured

persons: are urged to secure :applications promptly and return students s'baaldsee the TxrtaefiBil of the high school they attend in any way the decision the player's actions thereafter
themwithout delay. for further Win, is made entirely by Dr. Christoffers.
Alas! The Poor Dairies

The state has no plans to four-lane U. S. Highway 17 in
Duval and:Nassau counties as this route will parallel Interstate _A minimum price of 9237 cents: for a glass gallon: Jug'jaf

95, State Road Board member Ralph Powers said last week. :milk equal to 5.77 cents a 3talf pint not counting the cost : Bine Skies. For Today Anyway
Powers disclosed this in a letter to C. L. Flenniken president of the paper carton was set"by the Florida Milk Commission::: .
of the Fernandina Beach Chamber of Commerce. Flenni- last week for dairies under Its jurisdiction.
ken asked the the Road Board to; pave TJ. S. T7 in the two .A. spokesman for the Commission told The Crescent :lID
counties. decision had been reached on the offer of Land O'Sun Pro

Powers replied: "1 am sure you are aware that we are ducers. Inc., to sell milk to the Sarasota County School :Boardat
proceeding with plans to build Interstate Highway No. 95 Ji.38 cents a half pint. Florida counties under the Commission -

parallel to U. S. 17 in this area and I feel that you would agree jurisdiction are paying 6.75 cents a half pint 'The '
with me that there would be no need for two 4-laned highways offer is :being contested by 10 other dairies.

paralleling each other in this area. Also the federal government The Commission at its Friday meeting in Orlando set a
will not participate In the cost of four-laning U. S. 17 "floor" of 7.13 cents on milk sold by the half-pint. However,
In this location" the Commission's spokesman. Nat Ward said public schools
were excluded from this floor. He could not say whether this

Lewisport Ky.. small community 'With a population of exclusion meant county school- boards may purchase milk at
some 750. announced it will accept competitive bids Oct. 7 for less than this "floor" or must pay more.
$50 million industrial-plant revenue bonds. Studies undertaken by the Milk Commission, according to

The purpose of the bond sale is to finance construction of Mr.\ Ward,indicate they were losing money last June when they +, e
an aluminum rolling mill for Harvey Aluminum Inc of Torrance sold milk to public schools at five cents a half Dint. He was -, "

Calif. unable however. to explain how milk producers in Florida areas '. 'tsF
3 ;
The financing is significant on two counts. It representsthe which are not under the jursidiction (by legislative act) of the
largest industrial revenue bond issue ever offered in the Milk Commission are now able to sell it for five or six cents a tf

municipal-bond market. It successfully marketed, it may well half pint. # '

result in a wider acceptance of the use of industrial-aid bonds There is some talk now in Washington of granting dairiesa '

by communities.The direct federal subsidy, presumably to support milk prices by 4t
bonds offered by Lewisport will be used to pay for having dairies dump some of their production. Dairies are. in F

land acquisition, construction of buildings and acquisition of a sense, already subsidized by the federal government which
machinery, equipment and facilities for the mm. The plant purchases thousands of tons of dry milk butter cheese and
will be leased to the company at annaul rentals sufficient to other dairy products and distributes it to public schools,under
pay the city's debt service on the bonds. The company also the federal school lunch program.
will pay all the operating expenses of the mill. = -.'vl

Civil Defense To Get Us HelpOn t4

County Calendar New Rescue Unit Truck .

(Editors Note: This is the first of a regular weekly:County 1- The County, Civa Defense assisted' In by the rescue unit

Calendar. Religious, civic and fraternal organizations are i rescue unit :assisted in nine were Green Cove's .JIIam1lyFrolicS
invited to submit in writing a schedule of their coming ,
""" :emergency calls during September -. : in which ;:there were
activities to be included herein). a e rmni-iri 'a report i five minor first skit eases:-two

Thursday the 3rd The Charles E. Bennett School P. T. A..I made by County Civil Defense I potential'drownings and'host.

will meet at 7:30: P. M. in the School Cafetorium. The 6th Director Ray Chance.Mr. child.

Grade will present a short program on Audio Visual. Miss Chance further reportedthat
Louise Batten. Principal will speak on the School's Systemof a new first aid class will

Grading and Promotion. be given at the Keystone Fire

Friday the 4th The women of St. Marys Episcopal Church House at 7:30 o'clock this eve- MIDDLEBURG BAPTISTS

GCS will honor the new vicar of the parish, the Rev. ning. Instructors will b e HOMECOMING SUNDAY

William P. Erwin and Mrs.. Erwin. at a reception in' the Trooper Jones, of the State The Mlddleburr Baptist
parish hall at 8 o'clock. Highway Patrol and Charles observe
Church win its an-
McGlave an authorized Red
Monday, the 7th The Clay High School PTA will meet at nual homecoming on Sunday .
7:30: o'clock in the High School cafeteria. A large turnoutis Cross Instructor.The according to the Rev. Photo b.y Ge ne Lora

urged.lIonda7.1he. County Civil Defense Bobby>> Knight, pastor. As freezing weather struck New England tornadoes b1' the US Weather Bureau at Imem Airport in .Jacksonville
office has received authorization Mr. Knight extends skipped through North and South Carolina and violent wind twice the moat'
7th Southern Bell representatives will presenta from the Federal govern- invitation to aH' members an and rain storms were recorded ia the Great.Lakes area. Clay County. T. R. Rosser. & past decade for the
preview of long distance dialing, which is to be introducedinto ment under which it will provide and friends of the churchto County this week got a pause in the soaking it took during Service at Penney Farms for the Florid Forest
Clay County next month, at the meeting of the GCS partial matching funds enjoy the preaching and Sept, when the chief topic of conversation In ,the County was had been bettered ( reported that this monthlong del ale
Rotary Club at 7 o'clock in the First Methodist'Church.. or worsened) In SePt.. 1960( when the
for payment of the new rescue singing at Sunday's serv neither the base nor the coming of the off-season to Keystone County got an estimated, rainfall of 15.4 Inches.
Tuesday the 8th -'OP Jaycees panel discussion on County unit truck on which bids will nor even the closing ia Green Cove of the offices of the hurricanes forming In the Caribbean With new
Juvenile Problems In Middleburg Civic Center at 8:30 be opened by the Board of ices.Dinner on "the church "civic organization. wax the weather.. Everyone complained clear sides of Sunday evening and Monday every faced day or so, the

o'clock. County Commissioners at its grounds will follow the regular about It. but no one did anything about it. The remit future. What had already fallen had made a an shambles uncertain
next meeting on Oct. 14. was that an estimated 12.25 Inches of the wet stuff some of the County's
Saturday the 5th Ham Supper Ladies' Golf'Association- services. unpaged roads and fighting men of some
Among rescue calls made or was dumped on the County: three times the amount recorded of those dependent
Elks Club Lodge 7:30 o'clock $1.50. j upon them to get to and from work.

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I Clay County Servicemen Conservation Vote Hospital Aiix. Election Tonight

-. I otiikker :. ; : Next ThursdayPolling The Clay Memorial Hospital auxiliary will meet at 7.30

o'clock this: evening in St. Mary's Episcopal Church to elect
places for the election a vote for self-goTernmentand-
At officers., for tile coming year.
by Annapolis next Thursday of Clay the conservation. of our. sol
Soil Conservation and At ar meeting of the executive board
district sup- water resources. in the Hospital last
( There is, as Shakespeare has put it. a tide in the affairsof !' .
man which, taken at the crest leads on to fortune.It xvFt7t: ervisors were announced by week, Mrs. Gladys Phillips, president said the auxiliary's;

is not far-fetched, I think, to suppos that the County'stide Jack Wilkinson chairman of Three In AFROTCAtPSU "Birthday Calendar" will go to press at the end of this week

is about to reach a crest; that we need only ride the crestto A. board of supervisors. They are: and_she UI'gedeveryone: to submit, lor 10 cents each the names

achieve our proper destiny. J Post Office. Lake Geneva; and.: birthdaysr of relatives
; and friends to go on the calendar
Yet such an assumption presupposes a sense and act of 4** .. Keystone Heights Barber Shop;
Mrs.. Phillips said advertising for the calendar
cooperation among all the people of the County; together witha ..S1'f __ Little's Grocery. 4 miles Southof Three. County sntdents. at was coming to
willingness to exercise our duties a s citizens and a new determination Green Cove; Extension Of- Florida State University are very well. The auxiliary will sell Christmas cards this year

to respect the results of these basic responsibilities. fice. Courthouse Annex Green participating in. the U. Sol Air. and members and friends of the organization are asked to aid

In short, the bitter and acrimonious dissection of our public Cove; Price's Grocery Doctors Force ROTC.. in this project which will benefit the hospital.E .
officials; the frustrated covetousness toward the seats of power Inlet; Middleburg Grocery; O. Included in the. ROTC pro.
within the County must somehow be resolved. The alternativeis B. Nail Hardware, Orange gram are rudimentary drill, : D. McCall. county agent has promised to go over the

that at the moment when our tides of fortune should be Park; and Clay ,Hill Grocery. classroom instruction and.. a grounds around the east wing of the hospital and make recommendations -

siezed at the crest we will extend not an expert hand but the .. Qualified voters include all two-year advanced course for planting and landscaping which will make it
clammy hand of impotence.In I leading to commission in the more attractive to patients.
those eligible to vote. who. in I
the worldwide armaments race, we appear to have I Air Force
in addition are land owners in Mrs. Carla Demeron. service hour record chairman
reached a sort of moratorium; perhaps, more properly a stale- Joseph G. Boivin.: son of an-
mate. If the Kremlin is concocting a witch's brew in Cuba the district. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Boivin, of nounced that a total of 3,290 hours had been accomplishedor

and Viet Nam and South America it is itself extending a handof : i 1L The purpose of the soil conservation Hibernia Route Green Cove is the hospital on a volunteer basis. This includes sewing

coexistence.A : i1.4 : district a subdivisionof in his second year as a cadetin switchboard work, floor work Candy Stripers and others.A .
general sense of this pause in the drive to world con- the State government, is to the four-year'ROTC officer
quest; an unequaled level corporate profits; most importantly SlidshipmanFourth Class Michael A. Young, 18, son of assist land owners in conserv- education program. letter from Ray Kledzick. hospital administrator was
to t.S i in Clay County a vast rise in plans for industrial expansion Mrs. Leona Young of Green Cove is shown with his father ing soil, water forest and Maurice LaMee. son of Mr read to the group in which he thanked them for the Coleman

create a situation which can. if it is deftly handled, Lt. Gerald II. Young of Jacksonville, at the U. S. Naval Acad- wildlife resources, and reduc- and Mrs. L. M. LaMee of Keystone flame photometer. This machine which measures the mineral I

make for greater security for each of us: more money in circu- emy, during Parents OpenHouseVeekend late in August. ing damage by flood and sedi- is in his first year as a and calcium deposit in the body, obviates the necessity of sendIng -

lation, more people, new ideas and above all, a chance for The midshipman entered the Academy on June 27 for plebe mentation. cadet. tests to Jacksonville or Gainesville for analysis.Mrs. .
our children to stay at home in secure and challenging lives.It summer training:, which prepares him for Academy life. Although this is not a gen- James Zellner son of the
is an extraordinary: psychological phenomenon to me ________* eral election, everyone is urgedto acting City Manager of Green Phillips said a State Hospital Auxiliary meeting will I
that we can all sit around and discuss the merits and demerits < exercise his voting right. ] Cove and Mrs. Ben Zellner. is be held at Orlando in November. All Clay County membersare

of John Fitzgerald Kennedy with complete equanimity. Let no I : <. : ,.';-4.; "!", A vote for your candidate is another first year student in urged to attend the meetings.
one be fooled that Mr. Kennedy does not have more power '''':.- .. Y" I _____ the program.
over our private lives without the need to exercise it personally rr:; '

or directly than any combinatiqn of County officialsever t- -. : .
dreamed of holding. : ::.

However, when we fall to discussing the merits or demeritsof %? ..... ( ...... ,, 'S .

a local official, perhaps because he is visible and present and .. ... .... ..... .. :. :.:. .... ... ., ..
must act directly upon our lives, there rises a passion, a bitter- :
1 ,
ness a recriminating, accusatory tone that seems to say thatan : : ;: 4 S.

elected County official is a personal affront. It is very : Success catj 64 sedition.
frequently so vehement as to nulify any valid criticism.I *
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believe we are about at that crest in our tide our destiny

at which we may sieze and create a decisive turn in our for-

tunes. But as we approach this turning point we approach also

in the months ahead a local election. :. ; ;

The issues on which this election is based, the manner in .'
/ which it is managed the candidates who seek public trust and .S. -: :: '

, the response of all the County's voters will, to a very great L/CpL Robert D. Saunders ,
I extent be a measure of our ability to sieze the tide at its crest US Marine Corps is par- r
I I to work out the Countywide problems that are common to us ticipating in landing exer-

all. to grow economically socially and politically.Let cises with his batallion in

us in the months ahead keep aim on the real issues, the Mediterranean He is .
the real target. and forget the captious gossip and dissectionof scheduled to return to Camp _

personalities. For all the worry and passion we expend on Lejeune, N. C. later this

them there is that much less to expend upon the issue of month. While he is away, "
growth and progress. his wife, 1Irs. Doris Saunders C _: :t 4 .t
) is a guest of his par-
For the talk and charges and counter-charsss. I am unaware .
eats State Rep. and Mrs.S. -
of any solid evidence of malfeasance among the elected 4
D. Saunders, in Green 2
officers of the County. The very worst that can be chargedto Cove. I S
some of them is mediocrity. It is a disease that is endemicin .. : ::. .
Tallahassee. Washington London, Paris and other way )- -
." Arssy S.;t. Harold E. Bishop : I
points.The son of C. J. Jones of Green'
, c single issue is progress. Those who can best foster it, Cove participated. with other -
:I believe are those who are best trained in the many functions members of the 2d Infantry: -.,. ( '. -

I of a county government. Division in a two week training -

session at tha Naval Amphibious -

Training School, Little ..
I .
Creek Va. He is a fire '

: I Hate You;. I'll Help YouJohn team. leader in. Company C, 1st .',', ... .. .. .... .. ___ .___.. _. ,
.11-1; .. .. .
I Battalion of the division's 9th \W. ------- --::; __.."..._ .. ,.......... ........'.....

Infantry regularly assijned to
Fitzgerald Kennedy's foreign policy is just 133 degrees -1 Fort Bennin. Ga. The car that answers the question, It wasn't easy, topping: our super- stability aa -ctn. It.Trophy V-S;power
He entered tha in
Army June
off course from the dictum handed down to us by G.'I 1961 and completed basic "After their '63 modeT; what in the successful!'6.3".. But we did it;.. with trim in every model t! Isn't this what other

'I Washington against entangling foreign alliances. training at the fort. The 20- new StyHn8;"&airdsome new Interiors cars wish tney looked and acted like
Indeed. the :United Sates today is so entangled in. med- year-old soldier is'a 1961 grad- world will PontiacdO.for'641"a:
dling foreign alliances it is telling nations around 'the world uate of Clay High SchooL smoother, quieter ride Wide-Track and donTUT '64 Pontiac Pontiac

how to conduct their internal affairs Worse still it is mostly .. . ...
empty talk. Marine Private John R. .. -:< ;' r7"; : ;
77/- ., 4 i r
Looney son of Mr. and Mrs. :t /
Item: The arrogant, feudal ,rulers of South Viet Nam are W. R. Looney of Green. Cove 67

being told by practically everyone- in Washington and more completed basic training Sept. ,, %

directly, by the U. S. Secretary of Defense, the Chairman of the 17 at the Marine Corps Recruit,,

Joint Chiefs of Staff and Henry Cabot Lodge. the President's Depot. Parris Island S. C.. and' plus a .whoMftlewkind offPontiad I
j" is scheduled to report to Camp!I __ !
personal representative there to mind their manners or we'll M .
I ? ft v r f-' / P--r r '' '
Lejeune, N. C.. for advanced : -
pull out. The question is how did we ever get in there? The infantry training. ; .Th. /

classic excuse is that all Southeast Asia will be imperiledif .. ." : ..... -t'... ::.. ?:'j:. :
the Vietnamese fall. The cussing contest with Madam Nhuwont James L. Jordan senior chief! :

affect damage controlman. USN son '...
our military and economic aid program to Viet l'
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mona- I
Nam. however. : ; I
ghan of Hibernia Rte.. Green 4 '
Item.: Senator George Smathers has called on Jackie to Cove, has returned to Norfolk, \ /\' #, I
"immediately dispatch a fact-finding team to the Dominican aboard the attack aircraft car; ; .. .... d.. V ..,0',,; .
Republic to study the situation rier USS Enterprise after ,
stemming from the
overthrowof '..: .. .
,. '. ..' .: ... .
the Bosch regime there." spending seven months in the 'r: : .# -
Any such
study is likely to uncovera :jlr :.-' '

startling fact: The Dominicans know nothing and care less Mediterranean.from the carrier's Aircraft deck flying ... $. .; '...... .

about the workings of democracy due process unrigged !
or provided air cover ''and poten-

elections. Well continue to buy sugar from the Dominicans.Item tial longrange strike capability -

: Former Secretary of State Dean Acheson. a power- extending the range and

ful voice in the inner circles of the present Administration. has effectiveness of the.Sixth Fleetas I
a deterrent to war. Crew-
told,France. Brasil and sundry other nations they do not know members visited ports in Italy
what they are doing in the handling of I .. :::
affairs. He has France Spain. Greece and. ,
cauea xnaia's Premier Nehru "an old fraud." More aid all Lebanon. I -
\ around. .t hi

Item: We have informed Robert G. Lockwood. chief _
the '
Indonesian dictator Su ttmLI
karno we don't like his attitude toward the fire control technician. USN, 11' 1::".':,. '
British government son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. .":..::'. '.' &
which sponsored the newly-created Federation of Malay which Lockwood of Keystone, is :!': : \/" :':' wwTi1ITL: :

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THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1963 ,_ .' ': ,
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I REPORTER ELIZABETH: GRONER %8t- l" re en Cofoe( e ius' I



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1 I : i: 4 S E. Houston St., &
Ii The First Presbyterian Church N. Magnolia Ave
;\ Magnolia Ave. at Gum FLORIDA
1 1\1\ II I ;*> Green Core .5. Services held Sundayat ..
I t Mr a 11 a.m.
I II Ir -
I ke mma ;I Morning Worship 11 o'clock t i Subject: .
Church School 9:45 o'clock
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I r October 6th
I Sunday j 1 _:_' VISITORS WELCOME .; .S_ S : L.L4: A'0 cordial attend invitation our services.PENTECOSTAL is .extended

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I'i ON THE FIRST' October in fifty coun- f I a t +.t.5 p 5'5' b _
t tries, World Wide Communion will unite I 4
Christians all denominations in a spiritual fel- j I HOLINESS
lowship that transcends barriers. As they come I Cities Service Center CHURCH
to.the Lord's Table, they will share the sacrament in i ia ( s.c Vermont Ave.
universal emphasis upon personal commitment to I Green Cove Springs
Christ and rededication to His cause i I UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT The Clay High School band is now composed of 70 students though the group has /
I ORPCIN:: i only 46 uniforms. The band with 23 new members this year (which almost accounts for You have a
the shortage of 24 uniforms), plays at all home games. Members of the band are: Special Invitation
Developed during the great depression of the i iI
J930's, World Wide Communion began as a special i O\vner-Operator JACK GREENE Janie Asble, Jeannie Bailey Gail Baker Sharrie Barrie, Ray Bland Pat Bryan Herman to attend
I observance:> to meet the spiritual needs of individualsand v Bryant Leeon Bush Kelly Chapman Eddie Chesser Joanne Cnshman Terry Fullerton For- Church and Sunday School
churches. It was carried around the world by i I J 720 North Orange Ave Green Cove Springs rest Galley Timm Geiger Judy Gemelli Bonnie Gibson Gary Givens, Henry Givens Ronnie
I missionaries of denominations adopting this special 1 Green Kitty Harris, Cheryl Hutchins, Mike II Henderson. Lora Lee Hutton Barbara Irish Sunday School 9:45 e.m.
t communion observance and thus quickly became !I Ii I Phone 284-9202 Mike James. Gloria Janda Wendy Jensen Kathy Kenny Wes Kinner Larry Lancaster, Preaching 11:00 a.m.
i known as World Wide Communion Sunday. I j I Anne Lof tin, Joey Marsh Carol,McGee John McGee Artie:\Iulford. Pat Parduhn, Janet Parker Sunday Kite Serv. 7:00 p.m.
jI Linda Presley Sylvia Reed Donna Revels Derrell Rhoden Larry Rigdon, Buck Rivers Carol Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
EXTENT 1 I Rivers Eddie Robinson Kathy Robinson Don Scott Betty Sheridan Charlene Studebaker, I Pastor Ralph S. Morgan
Each year. World Wide Communion begins in the George Swanson. JoAnne Swanson Robert Sweat Seth Thomas Ronnie Todd Jimmie Tucker. Phone: 328-2685
Fiji Islands,and New Zealand. The observance con- J Bobby Turner Cora Sue Turner Dianne Turner Kay Turner Brenda Tyre Nella Webb,
tinues westward until it reaches the last outpost of I II Helm Pat Wells Rudy Wheeler, ""anelaVillls., Faye Wilson Jack Young, Susan LaRue. I
Alaska. It is observed in both the Arctic and Ant- i I
arctica. Thus it literally circles the globe with its i
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I Jaycee Toy Collection Hansen in MeritScholarship Orange Park Women ElectMrs. Raiders Rebound To

The Orange Park Jaycees toys, collected and recondi-
will collect toys for under- tioned by the Jaycees, were -
privileged children again this collected and distributed. RunningHalvor Topple Hastings 140By

year according to an an- Arrangements to pick up unused -
Eric Hansen, a senior at Orange
nouncement made this week or unwanted toys may be Arthur Shad
by Archie Padgett president.Last made by contacting Mr. Pad- Park High School, has been named a semi

year an estimated total gett at 264-9213 or Jimmie I finalist in the 1963-64 MeritScholarship com- Orange Park's running game showed signs of rejuvenationafter
last week's showing against P. K. Yonge the
poor as
of more than $1,000 worth of Ray Roberts at BUtler 2-5336. petition, according to an announcement made
Raiders gained 187 yards rushing compared to last week's 67.
thir wek by C. F. Holmes, principal.
The Raiders took the opening kickoff and set up shop on
The national Merit Scholarship qualifyingtest
their own 31. On the first play from scrimmage, fullback Jim
Cotney Tire ServiceCor. given in more than 16,500 high schools Booth bolted through a gaping hole off the left side of the

throughout the nation last spring, measures Hastings line, cut to his right and outran two Spudster half

Park & King Jacksonville fii the educational development of tens of thousands backs for a 69 yard touchdown. Booth picked up a bobbled
i placement attempt and ran eight yards for the P. A. T. and
Phone: EV 9-3027 or EV 4-6491 of high school students.
the Raiders led 7-0 with less than DOe minute gone in the first

I Young Hansen, a son of :Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Hansen of period. At this point it looked like the Raiders might have a

TIRE Orange Park, has both an outstanding scholastic and extra- run-away on their hands.

curricular record. He is now serving as vice president of the But Hastings changed any thoughts the Raiders had about

RE-CAPPING senior class, parliamentarian of the student council and a mem- John B. Studemire (front row right) was reelected running away as time and time again they threw up a staunch
president of the Orange Park Woman's Club at the first fall defense to stop a Raider drive.
RETREADING ber of the Beta Club. An athletic letterman in both basketballand
meeting of the group at its clubhouse last week.A \
j football, he was selected as "most valuable lineman" for The Raiders failed to threaten again in the first half but
REPAIRING second meeting of the club is scheduled for 9:30
Hastings shot the Raiders
got at
football is also active member of the one goal. Midway in the
63 He
\ the 1962 year. an
o'clock this morning when Mrs. Haydon Burns director of
second '
quarter Hastings drove from deep in their own territo-
From smallest to the LARGEST!
the Orange Park Presbyterian Church. Florida Federation of Woman's will
District IV of the .Clubs
to the Raiders
15. But
a penalty for delay of the game set
Distributor Miller Tires Autolite Batteriesand He is among 13,000 seniors throughout the country who attained be the guest speaker. A musical program is to be presentedby them back to the twenty and a tough Raider forewall halted
Mrs. Felix Nepveux. the march.
semi-finalist status. The semi-finalist group is com-
Others elected for the coming year are shown above.
posed of the highest scoring students in each state and in the The Raiders received a break midway in the third period
inOR.AXGE They are: Front row, L to r.: 3Irs. Charles II. McBride,
when Ronald Manning pounced on a Hastings fumble at the
United States territories. Each semi-finalist now moves a step
treasurer; Mrs. L. II. Elliott, recording secretary; and Mrs.
PARK Spudsters' 20. But In four plays the Raiders were unable to
closer to winning a fouV-year Merit Scholarship to the collegeof Stoudemire. Back row, L to r.: Mrs. R. D. Katibah corresponding -
move the ball ten yards and Hastings took over. From, there
his choice. Upon completion of high school Eric plans to secretary; Mrs. L. N. Duncan, first vice president;
Sinclair Station Road Service until late in the final period it was a battle of defenses.
Mrs. K. W. Archibald, second vice president; and Mrs. F. A.
continue his education with emphasis on architecture and
195 U. S. Highway:: 17 Phone 264-6431 I Pedroni, chaplain. Mrs. Stoudemire pointed with pride to Late in the final quarter the Raiders took possession on
\ engineering. the achievements of last year. the Hastings 47 and started their final t.o. march. The big

play was a 22 yard pass to halfback Johnny Gales. QuarterbackDave

Country FrolicsIn McCaffity then ran a keeper to the fourteen. Halfback
Harry Roberts took it to the four and Jim Booth jarred it to
the one. From there it was Gales going the final yard to score
second annual Counrty Booth ran the extra point and the Raiders led 14-0 with time

( I Far 64. Newshowem of stars finm llhilhMllAYIfl I Frolics Lionellas of will the be Orange held Saturday Park- running out.Neither .

.. night at the Orange Park team could mount a scoring drive in the remaining
I moments and the Raiders had their first win.
Lions Clnb beginning at 8
O rJl. f'* I Defensively it was Rick Liner, Bill Midgett, Eric Hansen Mike
>V.J o'clock. Prizes will be given
.__WHERE THE ACUDN IS! I for the funniest "Country" Brilliant line play was a big part in the Raiders victory.
costumes, and entertainmentis Harrison Art Barthlow, and Richard Broom leading the tack-
planned. lers.

I .. ....y- Floyd Hazen, well-known The offensive line also did a good job in opening holes for
caler. will instruct novile
t the Raiders beaks. It was a team effort that gave the Raiders
> ;- square dansers in the basics,
their first win.
-v as' well as provide "round"
dance music. Cider and pret- The Raiders next opponent will be Bolles of Jacksonville.This .

.:....-.....;.44LI zels are furnished, and soft proves the Raiders biggest game of the season.. ft will
t drinks will be sold. take another team effort for the Raiders biggest game of the
Donations for the Country season. It will take another team effort for the Raiders to get

Frolics are $1 'per person, and their second win of the young season.

( tickets will b e available
through members of the Lion-
I ellas or at the door.

I So, "square up" Saturday MO VtoMAhl EVER MAO
,night, in full skirts and over-
; |I aIls, and join in the fun!



panel discussion on the % s oy.
I I juvenile problems of the Coun-

.. .1-.,.. l ty will be sponsored by the
.4----- Ora nile Park Area Junior
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r Chamber of Commerce at the
I I Middleburst Civic Center at 8 [ ,
o'clock next Tuesday evening.

JotstBr I IIi1lheoto8W IR l methum-pdce C/8SS/ uBtStSrBBffraiufaewM-sttsffffseries I FbHowingthe panel discussion -
spuds coupe atanew/owerp/icsI a I there will be an open rD-:4
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I Members of the panel will !
ti I be Arch Padzett.: president of

I the or ani7'Mon: Leon Baxley,
I treasurer; Thomas Frisbee and
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Mr. Padgett urges that any-
one interested in this problembe

present; at the meeting. It's true. None of us can accomplish our alms with-
out a little cooperation. Our aim is to help you with
your financial needs. Come In and ret acquainted -

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ORANGE PARK MRS. MARY BLACKMON Garden Club Chairmen NamedMrs. I
Luckless Indians Defeated By Bunnell BIRTH
I I Social Notes Services for Mrs. Mary Bea-
ANNOUNCEMENTS trice Blackmon. who died Sat- C. Holt Poster presi- ers, garden therapy; Mrs. Vera
By Harold Snellen The Rev. Donald Clawson urday at the Green Cove homeof dent of the Green Cove Spring Gravely finance; Mrs. H. I*.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
The Keystone Indians fought!the Indians could recover from Polk. attended the College of her son. Harry Blackmon. Garden Clubs has named com- Blackmon. birds and conserva-
:a hard but losing battle against|this surprise Bunnell's Tom Stand-outs on the Keystone Sohm announce the birth o; Preachers in Washington. D. were held Monday at the Rich mittee chairmen for the com- tion; Mrs. A. B. Reid scrapbook -
Bunnell last Friday night and >Polk scored on a 35-yard off 11 were quarterback Jimmy a daughter Allegra Maria on C. last week. Hill Baptist Church, Lancaster ing year. They are: Mrs. Mac Mrs. Deward Priest pub-
were handed a 33 0 defeat.I I tackle slant. The half ended McMurtry and end Gary Cooper. September o4'oz. 25th weighing 9 S. C. Carley. program; Mrs. W. W. licity; Mrs. Joseph Cooper, his'
r Keystone played a superior'first 12-0. I These two kept Bunnell's lb. The maternal'grand Mr. and Mrs. James Yonge Mrs. Blackmon. who was 70 Ivey. horticulture: Mrs. J. S, torian; and Mrs. J. E. Carswell,
quarter with only a f The Indians kept up aI I defense on the ball with heir Roddy parents of are Starke Mr. and and Mrs.the Roy returned this week from a trip years old. made her home in Batten civics; Mrs. R. G.: My- parliamentarian.CLEANERS.
ble on Bunnell's 20-yard m-1 strong opposition in the third pass completions. ternal grandparents are pa-Mr. to New York and Washington Jacksonville Beach. She wasa
keeping them from scoring the quarter and held Bunnell's Keystone is now 1 1 in the D. C.Mr.. native of,Seneca S. C.
and Mrs. Arthur Sohm of
first touchdown. Late in the I team scoreless. In the final St. Johns River conference and A retired school teacher she
Green Cove Springs.Mr.
quarter BunneU's Harry Ku-;i quarter Bunnell opened up on still has high hopes of givinga nad Mrs. David S. John- was a member of the Island
leski squeezed around right 1 the hapless Indians with a 25- good rus for the title. They son are the parents of a View Baptist Church, of Or-
end and then broke loose for: yard keeper by Polk, a 15-yard will meet winless Williston in I and Mrs. William C. daughter. Susan born last ange Park. She leaves an-
a 95-yard touchdown. Again, drive by Bebe Moody and a65yard a non-conference game tomorrow Marstellar announce the birthof I week. Mrs. Johnson is the other son. James Blackmon. of 59 vtlituitF
in the second quarter before:j, pass interception by a daughter Sherri Annette former Judith Wetherford.The Atlantic. Beach; two sisters .
Mrs. Jesse Hubbard of Green
Sept. 30th at Phoebe Putney
Vestry Wives of Grace i Cove; and Mrs. Estelle Sims of i
Memorial Hospital Albany.
Episcopal Church entertainedat I Jacksonville Beach; and three r
Ga. Mrs. Marstellar is the
the home of Mrs. Jack grandchildren.Helm .
former Beverly Ann Under Quaratius on Wednesday witha I Funeral Home was in
wood of Green Cove. surprise baby shower. charge of arrangements.
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tt Among the new members of the University of Michigan.
SERVICE 1 ABC-TV Furniture Outlet I o. the Memorial Home Community Many of his years of teachingwere
o* 5 are Mr. and Mrs. R. G. in the Alma High School
FOR Swigart formerly of Alma, and later in Alma College.In .
e: Mich., now living in the house 1918 he was married to
1 i SPECIAL $89.95 j. they have built on Hoffman Edith Barker of Rochester N.
; Street, across from the Pen- Y., a teacher of high school
;: ney Farms School. Mr. Swi- mathematics and Latin. Mrs.
I NEW 1964 ADMIRAL I: gart is a retired teacher of Swigart holds the degrees of
+ 3 mathematics and mechanical B. A. and M. A. from the Uni- .,mR
284-9209 ** Idlewild Ave. Green Cove Springs **;:: drawing. Brought up on a vresity of Rochester. ,
: farm near Alma, he atended After being retired from
U. S. HWY. 17 NORTH :$: Phone 284-6381 :: e'
Alma received the degrees
College Alma College Mr. Swigart became "-
100 Yards North of Governor Creek + I
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later added an M. A. from dustries. Then the couple

spent two winters 1953-1955 in s
Winter Park. From 1955-1957
they worked at Piedmont College ra
Demorest, Ga., where Mr
l't ;a. } Swigart taught war veteransand
( public school teachers in

the College's evening program,
Mrs. Swigart worked in the
business office and together
xd'JZCIi,.: .y 1yA0..56 Yf ri-S' :Y'.i-y;..WJfA'.X6ii (- they were house-parents in
one of the men's dormitories

bd. Then returning to Alma, they
ta;; aE 2ti xtaFYSf remained in thei rhome town

until coming to Penney Farms

last month. ,
In 1949 the Swigarts lost

3 their two sons. The younger
a junior in Alma College died
suddenly of a heart explosion,
4 r
sv4 the delayed result of combat AMiss
i experience at Iwo Jima where
as a teenager, he served in
Huntley EngagedTo
the Fourth Marine division.
a The older son died later after
years of invalidism from mul- Mr. Bryan
tiple sclerosis.
Mr. and Mrs. Swigart have
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hammond I I of 1960. Miss Huntley is presently
long been active in the First '
Huntley. of Orange Park,. an- employed as a medical
Presbyterian Church of Alma,
w nounce the engagement of assistant and secretary to Dr.
-t from time to time as
V .. J serving their daughter Judith Ellen, Anson Mellion in J acksoville.and .
: elders on the Session, as teachers -
I to Melvin Arnold Bryan, son Mr Bryan is a student at
on the Session as teachersin
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Bryan the University of Florida.
1964 Rambler American 440-H hardtop, the Sunday School and in of Green Cove Springs.
440 convertible,330 station wagon .' various other capacities. The wedding will be Novem-
> Both Miss Huntley and Mr.
Their hobbies have been ber 28th at the Orange Park
0 gardening, travel, and photog- Bryan were graduated from
I t" f. raphy. Clay High School in the class Methodist Church.SEE
Mrs. H. T. Sutton arrived THE WORLD HERIEH ON
home at MHC Tuesday after

ANNOUNCING RAMBLER Rail-new style all-new luxury time three she months visited abroad which Scotland -

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new.Smartcurved-glasssidewl'ndowstoo. stick forV-8s-you shift it, or it shifts itself.beautifully Rambler '64 fills your needs. long time friends. Col. and
Mrs. H. R. Totten. While
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convertible. Smart new big-space station wagon sedan-two new hardtops; one with '64 I seeing the first football PEOPLE -_

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I she is glad to be home.

The Fall business meetingof BLACK
the MHC\ will be held in the
church at 7:30 o'clock next OR COLOR
Monday evenign. All are ij
urged to be present.

\ ehn Mw.
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DISTRICT >O. 1 given that IN CHANCERYNO. CHANCERY.. The Game and Fresh Water
Notice Is hereby
CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA 3701 Fish Commission of the St3e cf
the undersigned under the pro- NO ... ,
Florida under and by vire cf
visions of chapter 865.09. Lawsof :
following resolution calling and authority P"nf 'd
HALL for adoption of
an election to <'lH held in Florida Acts tf 1957. will regIster Plaintiffvs. under Section 3.. of Art 1:* IV
Special Tax Sc'hool District Xo. 1 with the Clerk of the Cir- his MARIE of Constitution of the S:a*:
of Clay County Florida were cuit Court in and for Clay County. SHIRLEY and .
SARA FRADY DIMSDALE. RANDOLPH. of Florida. a.a amended ra-: -
adopted at a meeting of the State .of Florida upon receipt Defendant NOTICE fied by the voters of Fl,,- en
Board of Public Instruction of of proof of publication of NOTICE OF SUIT TO VELBERT RANDOLPH November X. 1942. and Rules a-d |
this notice the Fictitious nameTWIN
Clay County. Florida.. held '
THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TO: Residence UNKNOWNYou Refutations of the asn
Its offices at Green Cove of REALTY Sara Frady Dimsdale are hereby notified that in official melting held in M.a-i |
Springs. Florida en the 20th day ,
219 Franklin.Strett Beach. Florida September I
the above named
AIR CONDITIONING BOATS of September. A. D. 1963. Signed Wilda T. Russell Forest City North Carolina ARTHUR E. HALL has Petitioner.filed & lt63. has established as a wildT:'8
Hilda T. Neth
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED management area for an -
1% 26 & Oct. 3. 1963 petition In the above- tyled
19. .
by the Board of Public f 1 .
that a suit has been filed court for the adoption of the nlte period of time the vs r;:
WE BUY -' SELL TRADE Instruction, of Clay County Florida against you In the above entitled i minor i child named therein and described area In Clay Ct;,.
MilBERGERREFRIGERATION INLET MARINAMERCURY meeting duly assembled. cause and you are hereby required you are 'required to show cause Florida:
Section 1. That
Three locations an election be LEGAL NOTICE I
and the to serve upon plaintiff'sattorney why the same should not be That area known as the San:
same is hereby calledto
15 E. Palmer St.Ph.284-3280 be held in Special Tax School whose name and ad- granted by serving a copy of Joan Wildlife )fana emr.; t
& *
dress appear hereon. your written southeast f
your defenses. if any. Area lying
IMstrfct Xo. 1 of Clay County.
Warehouse & antiques-old Florida. the said district being Notice is hereby given that ten defenses if any. to the billof upon SCRUBY & YONOE. Attor- State Road 21. east "f t:,
co-extensive with the boundariesof the State Road Department will complaint in said suit copy of neys for Petitioner 345 Great Gold Head Branch Stare P"..rU
Gym Bldg., S. Orange Ave. Clay County. to determine the hold a Public Hearing concerning which is delivered to you herewith Oaks Circle. Orange Park. Florida and north of the Put:: t
SERVICEAIR CROSBY BOATS following matters and things bya the location and economic on or before October 21, and by filing the original Countv line In Township *_
"BIG TOP" tent-Blanding majority of the ballots cast effects of Interstate Route 295 A. D. 1963.Herein thereof with the Clerk of said Range 24 B: Township 7-
EE-ZY TRAILERS by electors qualified to vote at in Clay and Duval Counties.The fail not or decree pro Court on or before October %6. Range 24 B. and Townsh? 7?
CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE Blvd. at Ridgewood such election. except that three State Road Department's confesso will be entered againstyou 1963; otherwise a decree will be Ran re 23E, comprising approximately ; -
for the relief prayed in the
persons receiving the highestvote Relocation Advisory Assistance entered against you grantingsaid 8.774 acres
REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR Furniture and appliances at for School Trustees at said Program which will fee avail- bill of complaint. SAID SUIT adoption. A. D. Aldrich
election shall be declared School able to anyone displaced as a THE WITNESS my hand and the Director
HEATING SERVICE Hwy. 17 Orange Park bargain prices 8tfc Trustees of said district; provided direct result of the constructionof BEING FOR DIVORCE.hand and the seal! of said court at Green Cove Game and Frelh"a..: r
that not more than one Trus- this project will also be discussed WITNESS my Springs. Florida this 12th day Fish 'Commitsu-n
Phone CO 49835PAUL'S Court at Green
seal said
9 S. Palmetto Street tee shall be elected frem any one at this Hearing. Spring Florida. this :; Of September 1963. Pub. Oct. 3. 1963LEGAL
This will be held GEORGE tL CARLISLEClerk
Hearing in
HAIRCUTS residence district for which a
17th A. D.
Home Phone 284-9780 County Board :Member: Is provided the Duval County Court Housein day of September of the Circuit Court
for by law. Jacksvonville at 10:00 A. M. ll63.! By Vivian H. Sohm
Business Phone 284-9581 FIRST: Who shall be the E.S.T. on the 9th day of October. GEORGE L. CARLISLE. Deputy Clerk I I NOTICE
We give Clerk Circuit Court ?..t. 19 26. fl,-f. 3. 10. '
School Trustees of said Special 1963. pursuant to Section (c) of By Vivian H. Sohm =
Tax District No. 1 of Clay County. Public Law 627 of the 84th Con- Clerk
"FirstHaircut"Certificates Florida for the ensuing two gress. Deputy --- I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
VACUUM CLEANERSORANGE years: andSECOND All persons wishing to be J. C. Sapp.Attorney NAME STATUTE
: The number of millsof (heard are hereby notified to for Plaintiff CLASSIFIEDHELP Notice Is hereby isjv.'n that Choi
All Legal Beverages school tax to be levied and appear at said meeting. Addrt"sP.. O. Box 446 undersigned desiring t,> crc ,gel.
collected annually for the next John R. Phillips Green Cove Springs. Fla. I in business under th.> T: 1
PARK Open 8A.111.to1A.11I. ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 two years for support and main- Chairman Sept. 19. U, Oct. 3 & 10. 1963 SVANTED-Application name of BERRY'S FISH C AU*|
I tenance of schools; and State Road DepartmentPub. now being taken for personnel at State Road 22. and Swl::. ,.ro f
Section 2: That said electionand Sept. 26. Oct. 3, 1963 Pen Creek Clay County. Fl ..ia.1
Vacuum Sweeper Duval County Line Orange Park Barber Shop the same is hereby calledto LEGAL NOTICE in Service Department to open intends to re. ler the FT.U: t. -Itittous
be held on the 5th day of name with the Cl I, k cf;, 1te
ServiceREPAIRPARTSSUPPLIES North of Orange Park Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 pan. November A. D. 1963. betweenthe LEGAL NOTICE soon Clayton Revels Chrys Circuit Court of Clay ('_us: ,j%
hours of 7:00 A. M. and 7:00
1050 N. Or-
I:> COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ler-Plymouth Florida.William
P.1.. at the following polling I Ham Jfr
s&me location for over 15 years IN AND
places in said Special Tax School .FOR CLAY COUNTYFLORIDA. ange Ave., Phone 2846666. Clyde S. Gilsirni

FOR ALL MAKES KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 District and follows that they are located -I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO In re: Estate ofLaMira 10-3-c Pub. Oct. 3. I.. 17, 24. ?_-i.a .
Rebuilt Cleaners $10 FICTITIOUS NAME Alvarez Gill deceased.
Precinct 1 County Court- Notice Is hereby .given that -
1708 Hiway 17 UPHOLSTERING house. Green Cove Springs the undersigned under the pro-
Precinct 2 Drs. Inlet Civic visions NOTICE OK FILING PETITION
of chapter
LEGAL NOTICE Center. Drs. Inlet Florida Acts of 865.09.1957 Lawsof will FOR FINAL DISCHARGE! V / JAtKiuHYJllTS{ hu uiiu Twrti fa.diuI 1i : -_
PH: 264-9771 Precinct 3 Middleburg Civic register with the Clerk of the OF EAECUTOR. ? z
Center. :Middleburg: Circuit Court INTERMATldr.U) ItJDCOR
for Clay WORLD'S
ELECTION OF TWO Sl'PEn- Precinct 4 County Voting County. State of Notice Is hereby given that 1 I
House Clay Hill School receipt of proof of publicationof have filed my final returns as HAMID-MORTON
Precinct 5 Strickland's this notice the Fictitious executor of the estate of LaMira ;JJ
OISTRICT. Store. Kingsley Lake name ofORANGE Alvarez Gill deceased: that I
Complete Auto & Furniture October 10. 1963 Precinct 6 County Voting AVENUE MOTORS 'have filed my petition for dis 1J

Upholstering Pursuant to the Soil Conservation House. Bellmore Section )sL.. E. Zellner trlbution and for final discharge -
Precinct 7 City Hall. and October 28.
Act Chapter ;582 Florida Key- William ShepherdJ. that on
1400 W. Idlewild Ave. tstatutes of 1949 and Chapter stone Heights F. Hellard 1963 I will apply to the Honor-
FREE ESTIMATESALL Ph. 284-3505 28094 of 1933.: notice is hereby Precinct 8 Polling place Pub. Sept. 26, Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963 able Thomas J. Rivers. County ::1
designated by Co. Commissioners. Judge of Clay County. Florida.
given of an election to be held I
Cove Cove Springs Florida on October 10. 1963. for the elec- Orange Park for approval of said final returns .
Precinct 9 County Voting i and order of distributionand
WORK GUARANTEEDORANGE tion of two (2) supervisors for LEGAL NOTICE for an
Free Estimates terms of (four (4) each. House. Highway 17 for final discharge as executor .
Precinct 10 Courthouse Annex of the will of LaMira Alvarez
PARKUPHOLSTERY Free. Pick-up and Delivery Polling Keystone Places Barber) Shop Keystone Green Cove Springs IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Gill deceased. .
Florida Precinct 11 New City Hall. COURT: IN AND FOR CLAY September 25. 1963.
Handle Any and AU of Your Lake Geneva Heights.Post Office Penney Farms COrST'FLORIDA /s/ John Henry Gill TICKET INFORMATIONCURVED I 1
Precinct 12 Polling Place IN Executor
Archie PadgettOn Upholstery Needs! JliddleburR'Lake Geneva.GroceryMiddleburg. Florida- designated by Co. Commissioners. RE: ESTATE OF First publication Sept. 26, 1963 .s

Kingsley Ave., Just Prices Election Inspectors and Clerks Deceased. Attorneys at Law 3
Store -
Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs. will be the same as those usedIn NOTICE, OF INTENTION TO 203-205 North Temple Ave. Promenade md Bsa =3.0ot
Doctors Inlet. Florida
East of Hwy. 17 Hill the Special Election and appointed APPLY FOR FINAL Starke. Florida Center MtssaNiM $2.00 0i
Grocery -
EDWIN BAXLEY I Clay Hill by the County Commis- DISCHARGE1'0Uee Pub. Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963 MaZ i EES Gen. Admission $1.00
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213
Son and Upholsterer 4 yrs. I, Little's Grocery Hwy 11 sioners.Section 3. That only electors U S Owst Tickets .. *.!. now ot eel:* vmHemming .
Is hereby given that
Orange Park Fla. Nail Hardware we Park lox Of fee.: or X
E. HUMMEL residing within said Special Tax have filed i 14
Report and
Orange Park
LEGAL NOTICE t f .. Skrin .
r. e ff.IMS
District who
School are qualified Petition
Upholsterer 6 Extension Office, Courthouse for Final Discharge as .
yrs. ,
Annex electors entitled to vote in elec- Executrices of the Estate of -
Green Cove Springs. Florida tions pertaining to Special 'Tax Laura M. Franz, deceased; and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 0t
ELECTRICAL Polling places will be open School Districts as defined brand that on the 25th day of October REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
. between the hours of 8:00 A. M in accordance with the Con- 1963. we shall apply to the Hon- Notice is hereby given that .
SIGN PAINTING and 5:00 P. M. stitution and Statutes of the orable Thomas J. Rivers. County the undersigned under the pro-
All qualified electors residing State of Florida shall be quali- Judge of Clay County. Florida visions of chapter 865.09. Lawsof S .
Atlas Electrical & within the District shall be eli- fied and entitled to vote in sale for approval of said Final Report Florida Acts of 1957. will S
MechanicalCompany ble to vote in this election.A 'election; that the 'Supervisor oRegistrataion and for Final Discharge as register with the Clerk of the .

QUALITY qualified elector as definedIn of the County of Executrices of said estate. Circuit Court in and for Clay East Adams Street T......... 354-2041
shall be
Clay. State of Florida Dated
the Florida Soil ConservationAct this 25th day of Sep- County. State of Florida upon .
includes any person qualifiedto and furnish he The hereby Board is. of requested Public Instruction to- tember. 1963. receipt of proof off publicationof Fri. Oct. +-J:JO: P.M. Sot Oct. 5-1KK5 P.M, S... Oct. 6-1\#9 PM.Son. .
We do all Mary Stevens this notice the Fictitiousname ;I
types of electrical SIGN PAINTIINGLEE vote in general elections under vt Clay County Florida Cora Miller ofAUTO Fri. Oct. 1-8:00 P.M. Sat. Oct. S-S.-OO P.M. .Vet. 6-':00 fM.
the Constitution and Statutesof
certified list of all electors Sat. Oct. 5-8:30 P.M.
wiring. this state who is also a land- a As Executrices of the SAFETY DEVICE S .
owner in the herein named dis- residing within said Special Estate of Laura 1L Franz, Signed. Joel B. Brown. Reserved Seats Sale .. Office Show Tim
Tax School Districts. who at i : at Box Up ta "
WARNER Deceased. Frank F. Brown Col.ise 1
RAY SHIPP trict. qualified electors entitled to Pub. Sept. 26. Oct. 3, 10, 17, 1963 Pub. Sept. 26, Oct. 3. 10, 17 c R a e U R U
L. M. Hollingsworth.
305 Glendening Road vote in said election. as definedby
Owner and Manager I Administrator State Soil and in accordance with the
Orange Park Fla. Conservation Board (Constitutional _Statutes of the !
Phone 284-9228 I Phone 264-6316 I Pub. Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 1963 State of Florida. '


I I [C) L,A ts"I-Sill F II E [D'A 1 [DgS I Indicate INSTRUCTIONS 1. TRUSTEES BALLOT your 5. 1963 choice FOR: TO by ELECTIONOF VOTERS markingan :. CHOP f.; .

"X" after the name of the ,4
person or persons of your choice h
for the position of trustee or :.
by writing in the name of the ,

person or persons of your choice DOWN )
for the' position and markingan Sincj

FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2- WANTED TO BUY: A cord of three"X"persons.'thereafter. Vote for '

FOR SALE: House almost new, bedroom house with kitchen oak wood cut for heater ((12- 2. BAILLOT FOR SCHOOL "
2H miles north of town on furnished or unfurnished; $50 14"). Phone J. G. Tyre OP INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS:

paved highway. Shaded lot. monthly. GCS 284-3249. 264-6967.: 10-3 p the Indicate space by after marking line an 1 whetheryou "X" in

Quiet. Two bedrooms hard- 9-26 c favor the proposed millage :
levy whiCh is necessary for the HEATING
wood floors. Adequate down approved school term. It you

payment. Phone 2846666. FOR RENT 2 bedroom favor a different millage levy. Sinclair

9-12 tfc: FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom house near high school; bath; write 2.the levy you favor 8IftK'line ,

large yard unfurn. $40 a 1. Estimated millage levy reQuired -
house newly painted inside and ..
for the regular term '

out, reasonable large ,yard appliances month. TeL GCS 2843849. 10 mllls. : .

2-plus acres; 3 Ige. bedrooms; furnished. Call Penney. 103tfc I HEREBY GIVEN that under .BILLS-- 4'
in accord-
of and
: and by virtue
2U baths; Ige. paneled living Farms 5298211. ZOtfc ance with the foregoing resolu- ,
'tlon$. an election will be held
room and many other extras. FOR SALE 2 bedroom 6- on Tuesday the 5th day of November -

Low down payment balance A. D.. 1963. between the
FOR RENT 2 bedroom houseon room house with new hours of 7:00 o'clock a-m. and
$150 mothly Includes 6% In- & garage. Asbestos siding. 7:00 o'clock p.m. within the said Level out your heating costs even in the peak winter months. Change .
large lot. Convenient to Special Tax School District No. ,
terest. Interested parties must Priced for quick sale ownerhelnl' 1 to be conducted by the election .

see. Shown only by appointment school and church. Stove inspectors and clerks appointedby now to Sinclair's Monthly Payment Plan that lets you spread pay- .
furnished. Phone 2844244. transferred. TeL Hoggatt the County Commissioners.for _
GCS area. Call Swaf- the purpose of determiningwho
GCS 2843849. 10.3tfcLEGAL
9-12-tfc-c shall be School Trustees of ments
over an'easy convenient period. No interest :
ford Agency, Inc. Jax FL said Special Tax School District or carrying

'- 91926. 10-5,!! p and to determine the number of
mills of district school tax to be charges.
levied and collected annually
PIANO LESSONS $10 per 'Within said Special Tax School

FOR SALE: Maple crib and District tfor the next ensuingtwo SINCLAIR HEATING OIL with *
corrosion inhibitor
month. Mrs. William P. Erwin, Notice is hereby given that years for support and main- RLV119 helps
mattress; good condition; 53 B. Mus. Call 284-9571. the Clay County Zoning Com- tenance of schools In conformitywith
inches Price mission will hold a Public HearIng all matters and things in 'cut down bills
long. $15. Phone 9-19 tic on Thursday. October 17. the for volns resolution stated you heating because it fights rust and corrosion, gives

GCS 2846652. 10-3-p 1963 at 8:00 O'clock P. M_ in the and with the Constitution and

County Commission Chambers of Statutes of the State of Florida. you more heat cleaner heat dollar.
the Clay County Courthouse. Dated at Green Cove Springs per _
TRACTOR WORK Mowing Green Cove Sprln 's. Florida. for Florida.. this 20th day of Sep- ':: .

FOR SALE: 35-ft. trailer; full grading, and discing. Qualitywork. tlit' purpose. if any of to hearing rezoning: objections from- tember.THE A. BOARD D. 1963. OF PUBLIC -BBEATEB; SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner service'men are

bath and kitchen. Sleeps 4, Contract hourly. its present Agriculture Zone to COUNTY. FLORIDA .
or Residential "C" (RC Zone) the INSTRUCTION OF CLAY > skilled ..-

plenty of closet space. Pay Phone G.V.. "Bill" Smith. following: described property: /slack Board 'z:;. prompt, dependable. ; ,;.

equity and monthly Unit No. 5 Meadowbrook. Chairman of '
assume .
284-3419 daytime or 284-3249. according to plat thereof ATTEST: .}Il v
payments incL insurance. recorded in Plat Book 6. sHirris C. Long. Supt. of :-PRINTED METER DELIVERY TICKETS

Call GCS 2844463. after 6. 9-19, 26, 10-3 10-e Page 57. Public Records of Public Instruction. Clay County.
Clay County. Florida.All '
parties in interest and citizens Ftthftopt. %6. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963 i

MALE OR FEMALE-wanted be hall heard have at an said opportunityto time and RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCK

FOR RENT: 5-room house on place. LEGAL NOTICE .

to do houseto-house canvass CLAY COUNTY ZONING00MMISSION :
4 acres with fruit trees. $55 a > -

month. Orangedale Rte. Box one or two hours a day. WriteP. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN r : FOR ; '.r'
By: James E. Crowl r -
46. Call GCS 2844463. O. Box 578-31 Green Cove. Chairman Re: Estate of '
10-3-p MAY COATES : '
Pub. Oct. 3. 10. 1963 De Mof'd. :/ ;
9-19 c ;. .. '
; 7
.;,-.. > -;. ""
H i1''H-l-l"1"! I i II"I !' i 1 K..i..M"l"t"M"M-H I I l I I U i I M i I I i I I I i I i li M COUNTY, JUDGE.. FLORIDA CLAYCOUNTY .: i.j.': tf.. ; I :0 .IIP!

I: r i : AREA: BUSINESS DIRECTORY J I It To Having All Creditors Claims IX ,PROBAE.or and Demand Person' .1'. .':-COVERING- # "i":. '/;': .:.,: ..

Against Said Estate:

- -t..t.- T..t- .11.1.- - -.. . . ._ ..u..u..n.I ..-..--..--...--...-.--.--..-. .... . . . .---._-..--..- .n.__.__._ ._ You and each of you are here- ORANGE PARK MIDDLEBURG :" -
by notified and required to present -
I claim and demands '


have against the estate of Stella .

BASE FURNITURE CO. said May* County Coates to deceased.the County late Judge of GREEN COVE SPRINGS AND SURROUNDING AREAS

Fine Furniturecarpeting PHARMACY AMERICANOFFICE I, of Clay County. Florida., .t his
office In the court house of said
AppUancce Reliable Prescription Service SUPPLY CO. County at Green Cove Springs.
Complete Home Furnishing Florida within six calendar
months from the time of the
0953 Roosevelt Bird. Complete Cosmetic Dept. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner first publication of this notice. Clay Oil Corp.
Jacksonville EV 7-4619 Two copies of each claim or demand -
shall be in writing,
Cameras FilmsPharmaceutical Specialists in shall state the place of residence -
TRAILERS and post office address of
Office Supplies and the claimant and shall be worn

Pacemakers and Homette Needs Office Equipment to by the 'claimant tils agent or GUN HOWARD(
attorney and accompanied by a WALTER G. ODUM
Norris for Travel filing fee of one dollar and* such
Sundries claim or demand not to filed
Complete Line of
Used Greeting General Manager -
Trailers-Bank Financing shall be void. President

6017 Roosevelt Bird. 2032 Blandlnr,Bird. Cards Lillian G. Gregory
-- A. executor of the Last
PHONE 264-9548
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. Ine.FV Jacksonville 8-0734 Will and Testament of
t-8578 : FV 2555-57 Park SL. Jacksonville deceased.Stella May Coates.

Pub. Oct. 3. 10. 17 & 24. 19U

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PAGE EIGHT :..:i 7/ ';- -'-I au (Eounitj ffirescettt : THURSDAY. OCTOBER S, 1963

I i EVERYONE READS THE ADS: I Green Cove Vs. PerryThe If

; RfflUMGE\ ,\ ...\ f.. _:_ a _o___,
CRESCENT Clay High Blue Devils Quarter. Neither team was E
J Saturday, October 5 Across from Winn-Dixie lost their second straight gameto able ot penetrate beyond the iI'VE GOT A REGULAR PRICE

Ladies Guild of the Catholic Church YOU''' ARE READING THIS Perry by a score of 14-0. 40 yard line until midway in I GASOLINE THAT MATCHES I
quarter but seemed to let down the 2nd Period. At this time I PERFORMANCE OF II
following a 56 yard run by Rainwater scooted his right
Perry's Rainwater midway in end for Perry's longest run of I'i
I the scecond quarter. the night and six points. IN 3 OUT OF 5 CARS! I
From this point the
Perry kicked off to Tom Kel-
tt YUP! JUST DROVE FROM sey. who returned the ball to Devils seemed to lose their .z---- "
the 27 yard line. On the first spirit and the thrust they .
CHICAGO TO LOS ANGELES play from scrimmage, Kelseyran demonstrated in the 1st Pe- O-
for six yards over his right riod. During the 2nd Half, it
appeared that Clay High was
tackle. Butch Novak.
WITHOUT STOPPING going to fight their way back
On the second play. Jay ito the game only to fumble
Goolsby fumbled one of eight each time a drive was started.
fumbles by the local team.
For the Blue Devils, Eugene f
Goolsby then punted to Perry's .
,, A :q A;? Brother! You look it. Risky business-'. those. long 48 yard line. On the follow Kuhn Hodge, Mike and Fitzsimmons Charles Padgett Olen = ==E--------------

A, y ,%? drives but he wanted to make it for his'-'son's graduation ing plays from scrimmage. were outstanding on defense.
tH 4V rg Perry was unable to gain any I
''"v from college. After all, he saved for years at the' Bankof yardage and was forced to I Leading the offense were Stan-
ley Foy Jay Goolsby Ronald
punt back to the Blue Devils.
Orange Park to finance, the education. Williams, and Gary Looney. SINCLAIR

: .. Immediately, Ronald Will- Coach Montgomery said he
iamson; Wayne Henderson; felt there was an improvein -
and Tom Kelsey begin to move
the ball club
over the previous -
A'F THE BANK t>F ORANGE PARK. the ball behind the blocking of game. He was well
yI, E' Dino Gasoline
s+ 4t ypkix.J: Olen Hodge; Stanley Foy; and pleased with the spirit shown
y COMPLETE CONFIPENTIAl. COURTEOUS., Billy Rakes only to fumble but feels that he has to con-
after making three consecutive1st vince his squad that when
-I I A N"ryry'a'a d< Banking Service Downs. The Blue Devils team keeps fighting it is pos-a At Sinclair AVE CARE .

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