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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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County Sales In Dickinson In GCS

As A Matter ,of Fact ,

-:-- i Another Rise' Geo Davis To Manage:

Another 5 per cent :Tise in :retail sales in the County \nras :

A member of the nursing pro Ss1on;:: ho will accept Public registered last month, According to a report Issaated by 3. Ed!.

Health work in the County is being 'sought to fill a vacancy Straughn. 'd.iredor.F1or1iIa :R. venue Commission

here according to Gerald L. Howell,. ,director of the Florida September retail sales 'were a whopping 24.... per cent over

Merit System. those,for:theme :month in '1962. two percent: -::> than the Campaign In County

The vacancy is a Public Health Kurse TL position calling State average. .

2or general staff nursing responsibilities including the conduct- :Retail sales tax collections in September *were $21.155.11.

ing of in-service training for the nursing staff, and teaching up from '$ 57550: from the/August levels and from '-$i'7oo2.:8in
nursing techniques in clinics. ''scboDbi and homes. September JS2.Last'mtznth's .

Applications will be accepted :rim graduates of a collegiate sales tax collections in the County represent: a Re Favors School Bond

L : school of nursing 'as well :*$ 3rom .registered :nurses with sales' f'1L' P1'Oxim.ate1y 700000.: up from September 1962 sales ,

two years public health nursing 'experience. '::The beginning totaling-SLBproximately""$560(>;000. .

salary is '$345 month. In "ttollars 'and cents. Straughn'safd the increase -reflected
t Amendment
"Registered Nurses interested :in' making 'application may for the Itrst :time *a more realistic figure 'as to the potential w.. a .

obtain blank at any: Florida State"Employment: ,office or they revenue producing "abilities the expanded sales and 'USe tax ': '

:maywrite .for case :to 't IC Ptoritta:l SleTlt'Systr m. Doyle E- Carlton appt'm'ed"by the 1963 legislature. : 'ki t.. Former State Senator Fred O. Dickinson a front-

Building 1 I2 hassee. However, luring the period -covered by the report 'the running candidate in the upcoming gubernatorial race

County lias gained?; two new payrolls. Figures on the current said in Green Cove last Thursday night that he will press

IR.: "B. Donaldson, U. 'B. Social Security 'district manager. payroll of the Green Cove Springs Yarn Company "are not for the industrialization of Clay County if he is elected

said this "week Ole social_ security "program protects persons of available. Conway Owings superintendent of the company I governor.On .

al,! 'ages not 'onljr the_62"'or US'year'old. "In addition to the said last month his payroll"would ultilmately reach an annual a broad range of other subjects the Palm Beach

regular retirement benefits for elderly people, disability pay- rate Of -more*than $500,000: 'which is regarded as a con- a i it attorney and former chairman of the Florida Council of

ments may also'be made'to*totally and permanently disabled servative: ifigure.e1ther r 100. was less categorical.

worker-who umder'd5.Benefits : is the payroll 'of TM: 'Trailer Manufacturing Co..
Mr Dickinson on a whirlwind 33-day tour of 115
'under 18 of available. While it is 'simdsn-tftglly'under that of the Yam
to widows surviving years i
: cities and towns throughout the State to sound out public
age. and disabled children l'RSt'18 years iof age are also an Company, it is contributing to 'the uptrend in sales throughout opinion on his candidacy was in the County at the invitation -

important part-of "Social Security. Other-people i: who can get the County. of George F. Davis who will act as his local campaign

benefits if they were dependent on a deceased-worker are de-' manager. Mr. Davis introduced the senator to

pendent husbands, and in certain situations; divorced wives. about 30 invited guests at the Qui-Si-Sana.
Women See Rehabilitation At Raifordppcoxiniately
:febt'social security
:Tull information rtm Trow yearnings While he has not yet announced and says it will be

benefits may be obtained at your social security district office after the first of the year before any formal announcement -

at '625 lulu 'Street. Jacksonville. Ask' Scr booklet OASI-23 50 County IHoxne -Demonstration women of his candidacy will be made.. Mr. Dickinson said
affect .social security toured ..the..Florida StatePriamatRaiford last ;creek. .
:it tells in detail haw earnings your -there is every indication I will run."
'benefits. ..M.- ,JJordan vocational. In an interview with* The Crescent limited by Mr-
hettour. emphasized tht -Ornamental: Horticulture
'* ; ;training -
Davis to five minutes; Mr. Dickinson said he was "de
.areasattempts to, accomplish three major
Florida hunters win have an opportunity*to hunt dove on .objectives: lighted" at the announced candidacy of State Senator
(1) ito develop in the inmat&rstuden personality .adjustments
27 public dove fields during th 1963-6t'SDUng season. The John E. Mathews.. of Jacksonville. Asked if his delight
to achieve.feeling of "'- "vng"; (2) to stress the role-of..asuccessful
fields-are hxsated'In inTSaywrid other t comities-and will require stemmed from a widespread feeling that Senator Mathews
: ,farmer in the ez encise ,of. his .reUg1ouS re-
;a':$2:00: dally hunting -pm 1t'with thej exception of fields in candidacy may very weD defeat both Jacksonville candidates
mlhttitie8.and (3) the development of production skills suchas ,
Franklin-and Walton CounttesvrarftT Eglin Military; '
Jackson. Mayor Haydon Burns is also regarded as a potential -
Reservation according "to 'A. DlAldrich: ''ttzreeetr. Game and jpxppagation plants. ,, soils, cultivation fertilizationarid candidate). Dickinson grinned' and replied "You
". water.control etc."llheee.lrunatestudents. .
Reservation. said it. :I didn't.
vee.*(leaving by parole or expiration er-eeat PIt... .T' Gene x.....
There: iamo'limitaisn+ :the mnmberrcsl Mannters allowed on Mr. Dickinson said he believed the days were gone
: and :igoingvta.nurseries or opeeating.their own nuzseries: .i'realizjogionlbelirsttime -
thelfields.wl&h:the:exception of the Oar- Bounty. fields on-the I when north Florida voters feared almost any south Florida
: they: swetaiatlree society TBaattediaceppteaafl d J
'CampF1Andmi"area'and'be"; Yarb $ 'min: Baker County. ; u peottd.'moose candidate. Anyway he went on. his family were north.FkwVSant.

:permits may 3& Obtained;at .the.;fleMs-arjeat-any of the: five t
"fbr :making. >the .toor. vwere: ,MrssluttrnCGVi son* ..Mrs."Mrt .! .
Commission aeegional "cii es. TSpecial Detroit the (ClKy] He wax asked specifically whether he would support
$ufuSMeritwether. PBfr'Tn nm" ..and_> !
: 'Caun *Camp: Blending :mid the: "Bater minty"Yarboroughx : : JtoutjBarialdFiaherBiBtcp Plan i < .. P.rovFi hT the City of Green Cove's effort to industrialize. the formerriavall
Qf Cdub.;:Mrs. dap-teg ;Miller. Mrs. Thomliaon i iy.Se '
cuhtained t 3titei eke 1 esflice.only., : '
thunts nnaYibe ; aryecentlr'purchased by It. and. wftiwut-besjts ,
: ta1'lilx \Y.U1age'.C1ub.? ': ., ,liErs mobert Hogarth Urs:Raymond. .." ---. i. ", .a. ,. '. ; '-*" .
; tion he replied he would -
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BninmMtt jMrg.'Boyle Saaaden, Mrs. F. J. SundecvMrs.JJ.FR. *
The annral fl Jifry::of the were made at the"recent meet-: "You need it." he said.
Isr.d.: >>.rs. e11a '.Short aonflLMrs. Gertrude Pat' ofvPenneyTfeaans
y i County Jtoest..Fire Prevention SpeaJda before the small assembled l hi tlr6
G0L111tol/ l CGltjb- !.Mrs.JXeonard Murphy and Mrs J.- Garrad Clay In gof the County Fire Prevention group

: of orerX3Ub': Mrs.XaulIHagan Miss'PaulinerHagen. ,Committee vwill, be heldat Committee in Green Cove hotel dining room the Senator answered a wide range. .
c. of questions ranging from his views taxis
Mrs'Fr'a4k Harrington. Xrs.del Veselka and Sirs."HaroldPaifeer the Satsuma :headquartersof Members present were Elliott on higher Mhe'S
,Phcrs., Oct. xi Green rCbve Springs jaundor High School against them) to his views on President Kennedy,the11be
meeting.Junior:iHJgfa--Program oaonsored by the stUdent -' ofIxMe&dabrook C'k a. Mrs. MaybeUe Manning Mrs. the Florida rest Service Maguire Jennings Murrhee no rubber stamp). On other :
Con! m.(Clark. .Mrs. i toy Richardson Mrs-THnl: Adams: questions:
Council-"Safety;:'School fanaiSafctyi atHome"at.: :, at 4:30 ,o.dock on October 19, John Hall Sr.. and George The proposed State constitutional amendment auth.
Mrs. 'tCarOJ LGannan. Mrs. Viola Mitchner. Mrs. :3iaryl owers '
fat 720&xt m'cbdk.e JSMdlebnrg.. Mrs.jJames Lemon Mrs. H .E. :Saglund. Mrs. According to Gordon Sand- Wise. Florida Forest Service orizing issuance of bonds for education purposes: He

S. JB.Peterson. .J4rs. ''Carl Feat, Mrs J. W. Christmas Mrs. ridge, .chair_ m&si. Satsuma representatives present, were: strongly favaored it. If the state does not provide ade*

'Oct.X2' The senior ClasscaffJ>ranBe3: High will BorrF/AdcoCk fi miles west ouate educational facilities it will be an open Invitation
: ( sponsor .. Mrs.U* B. Hrarfley. Mrs. A. t Healorix. Mrs. bedaquarters is Nelson' clocker and Herbert:
-a thicken and; pork ':i&affeeque :in UK school cafeteria W. '(C.'HoJMngsworth,7Mrs. S ",::30 tfVtfock. /Aamistootfor-a5ults will be States' rights: he is in favor of them thou&b'be admitted
from mrSO until : Mta.j '\WUkscofrDoc&m'"s: : : 2tHet. Mrs. J. W\\ldB1iISk1rk.Xri .
16.. All day Countians are Purpose of the annual eventis that such of them
:$125: ; .fur 'Stu tnts. '75 ,cents. Proceeds: will ;go toward .: ph.Murem.: .Ma.:H. Kernes. Mrs. IQekH&xab. Mrs. as sun exist beyond the pointof

: -senior class-visit 4o. :New York City. Ida M. GeAfry.lMrs.TFsnea 2 '"Eagen. Mrs. am Sicott. of cordially invited. to promote the cause of theory are diminishing fast.

\ -.......r Eeystose '8eighh r..Qub. According to .Mr. Sandridge.. forest conservation and wise The further development of recreational facilities in

arrangements:. for file fish fry use in Clay County. Florida: he is in favor of it. He said the State's public
', 'TheXadIedAuailiaryofthe Fleet:Reservejfcssn..r 'ill spun; parks were more heavily over-loaded last year than those

sor a rummage sate at the"VJApatIo.; Green-Cove beginningat The formal program of of any other stateHomestead

11 o'clock. Proceeds,,iwill go. toward .Associations: Aloha e.Pel! events on the afternoon'of the exemptions: He believes they're here to

Christmas wrty for '.underprivileged r childr zi.6na. fish fry will include: Cattle stay for a '"long long time." He said they had createda

Shortest Distance Between Two Points: AT&T man's Association steer draw- geographical imbalance in the local revenues throughoutthe

.. Oct. 13 Anaual bennecoming of "EhUoh'Bavtist-a.urch. Ing; Soil Conservation Bank State. However he expressed preference for that to a

_.._. __________ __________ state board of taxation that would impose uniform taxes
with services at 11 o'clock; lunch and; singingVon the : ers Award Presentation: and
throughout the State.
grounds afterward. The :Bey. Coonie jrohnson. ::1)8.Stor.bas Florida Tree Farmer
extended an invitation to all members and friends .of the Award Mr. Dickinson amid he would campaign as a "Florida
church to Attend. L Presentations. Nelson Blocker Democrat." He said he would not leave his party

.. -J-- 1 will serve as master of cere though he hedged on what Presidential candidate he

monies. 'Jennings Murrhee' is might support.He .

District Caucus Junior Chamber 9! Commerce. 'meeting s t tP general chairman impressed his listeners as one of those rare political -
and Mr.
the Elks lodge in Green Cove.>> District m comprises "U { figures who Is able to answer a question on the

chambers of northeast Florida. Approximately 100 guests'are Sandridge is publicity chair- weather and make it sound like one of the Eternal Ver-

expected to attend. A Business meeting will be geld at man. ities. Furthermore he is elected governor he may well

12 o'clock followed at 1. by luncheon. The Municipal Golf k V be one of a handful of public officials in the United States

Course win be open to visitors all day. i who pronounces: "America" as if he were born here rather

: i k. Surprise Changesn course.than as if he had learned the word in some Berlitz short

Fall homecoming services of the. Long Branch Baptist
Church at 11 o'clock- _' :' ;t : Hosp. AuthorityHarold .

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County Republicans
Knowles has been
Homecoming services celebrating the fourth anniversary of 'I
named by Governor
the completion of the new sanctuary and aeducational Set To :
Bryant to succeed Hoyle Brown: Organize
building of the First Methodist Church of Green Cove. : ,
on the County Hospital Au- _'
The Rev. Arthur Jameson minister, of the .church from ".. '.
1952 until 1960 and now mthtstrr of the 17. ,Memorial :Srority. It was the iecocd They County Republican Beans ,Is scheduled for::Oct. 26

Mehtodist Church at Key WesVirill be the speaker. The mange in the make-up- the' .Youib::. Service:: Organizationwill at the: tome of ).dr.'-IrujEj ; _
Authority within the past ,0George '
ifs "
Rev. Gordon N. Craig announ es.that members,and guests -. "=- .op6n membership toyouths ; -
1 a.gzs fr}>m, 17 to 21 of ; :
will have a basket lunch iri .Spring Park following the 11 Cadets -;
o'clock services. -- F. Davis was named age. according to Harold Hill

tip: f .are- Governor several weeks Republican committeeman, o:; In Keystone
: '
ago succeed F. I. Robertson. Doctors Inlet.
A showing of the film "The-.Tony: Fontaine Story" will be
Both "Mr. rown and Mr. Robertson
Cee.Reat P....., fcy Gent *t.ia The organization is intensifying Approximately 150 Civil Air
presented in the auditorium, ofjthe First Baptist Churchof
expressed surprise at the Patrol
its efforts to build a two- Cadets of Northeast
Green Cove at 8 odcc.r The public is invited. Joseph L MLneher (L) president .f the Green Core Rciary Chb chats with Kenneth Govenaori: action. Florida
party system within the County Group n
trained in
Pratt president of the Pearl Harbour Rotary after dialing his hone from the. First Meth-
> On Monday Secretary of around the growing popularity aircraft search and rescue
odist Church 7,000 miles away. Direct distane e dialinr. which win bring County telephone
Mon. Oct. 14 The Orange 'Park High School band will pre- win W introduced State Tom Adams announcedthe of Sen. Barry Goldwater techniques during a bivouac at
users within,seconds of any telephone In the United States locally on Nov.
concert 'of the at 8 o'clock in the regarded as the most .likely Keystone Heights airfield
sent its first sjeason re-commissioning of Mrs. last
17. The system requiring the dialing of the numeral 1 (to put the dialer into the Big i
School cafeteria in coi juncU *;nth the meeting of Band i explained Carlton Clark' of Mlddleburg. Presidential candidate in next weekend.The .
Board), then an,, area code an dthen the desired number was by SouthernBell's
Association. Band parents are lake dto attend. to the Authority Presumably year's' elections. cadets practiced locating
of Green Cove Rotarians Monday
District Manager John Tucker ( a meeting ell ,
a downed
errnini. Mr. Tucker explained that the Stato of Florida has two area codes (based on the the Governor renamed her last Mr. Hill. together with Keith aircraft giving survivors -
first aid.
Clay High. PJ.-T.A. meeting_, ata1ock" in the school cafe number of telephones In the State while New York has more than a dozen. The two week. Wheeler of Green Cove and instruction in and received

teria. A discussion of the. Academic Program in the HighBchooi. area codes for Florida ((305 for the north and southeast sections; 813 for the lower west The new appointees will I Il Charles T. Manhart. of Or- and ground rfgnafa communications

** by a panel of teachers will highlight the program coast) have no relation. Thus anyone d.iaIinan Alaskan number (area code 907). who l serve four-year terms. Two :ange Park have issued a call They lived
,.."" '- 4i .(.. ... .. made a mistake and dialed 709 might find himself talking to an unknown lady In .Newfound: other members of the Authority for any persons who are able. the tents during
,er ...--. A'.. land. In such a ease It was Mr. Tucker's considered Judgment that the user should hang up : Edward Wiggins, of Keystone j personally or financially to Cadet Mission .

Green Cove Rotary meeting at 7 o'clock in the First I I flash his operator and confess he had mixed up his digits. Mr. Tucker sal dthe day would and W. A- Jansen. of ]promote the aims of the Re- LL Cot Michael Commander- '_

Methodist Church will hear ail, unannounced speaker on come "within your and my lifetime" when eaerh person would be assigned a number and carry" Orange Park remain on the J publican party in the County. charge Foster was In

the subject of the State c constitutional amendment to permit -I I a telephone on his ((0 rher) wrist at all tmies. He said if there was no answer one might Authority for another two 1 to contact them.A by the of deputy the bivouac assisted

the issuance of bonds :for educational purposes. reasonably conclude that the person being owned was either In the shower or dead. years before their terms expire. meeting of County Repub- MaJ. s. mission Dipnera..y .commander -


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CCay (Eoiwtn Crescentby rather rank when there is no circulation of:air The dressing football team had beerr cursed on the field. According to in-

ilIetters tu lye 1f itur rooms-.were cleaned up and painted for the first time in several formation received" from: two members of the- team neither of

years even the junior high dressing rooms '- -the boyscannow whom was aware the other Bad" informed! The Crescent, cursing

take hot showers if they wish which-they'couldn't" do did'take-place in the-dressing room durfn gthe calf at the Sept.

; acittikkcr The Clay County. Crescent before because there was no hot water. One school'. official 27 game Perhaps these ladles: were there. II they were let

told us this is the first working coach he has had in years He them- speak up-.

When did the editor of The Crescent .become an, authority Is the first one willing to work at night. on .Saturday -and on TheCrescent haa-nerer opposed football or any other sport. I I.It

DUNCAN GRONEB on what goes on at football practice, at the games, or In the Sunday aftaer church. Coach Montgomery- the football opposes'roughneckv; sfambang approach or anything -

dressing rooms We have been to every practice session, both playears as a group, attend a different church-each Sunday. else The soap" companies whose salesmen are in the

On Thursday of last week, the day I went out varsity games, the "B" team game, the Junior high game don't believe -
on a limbon Coach Montgomery can be as bad"as Mr;I most wildly competetive area of sales is the United States havae

the subject of athletics, a special committee of the New York the Dunbar game. We have yet to see Mr. Groner at andGroner tries to make' us believe.As not;;yet: asked! anyone of their salesmen, for ""blood.

Board of Education, following two of these events. Perhaps It might be well for him to check the
years study on the subject "
to our two losses we as women, have enough'football The Crescent has consistently, backed the idea of a mu-
came out with a plan for the "High School of the Future." facts. We have always assumed that a good newspaper editor
knowledge to realaize that it takes time for 'a new"coach, or nicipal or'county-wide recreation: center: ; the Boy Scouts. Little
Tne plan four checks his facts before he prints. He doesn't
envisions principal print
changes in : hearsay
the present coaches to know the boys and the boys knowhim.. It takes Leagues;, 4=H' activates. etc.

system of teaching high school students. They are: (1) a 40- stories.We at least a year! He cannot undo, in four weeks, the habits-and, AS- J'ust1ceWhite, the former All-American the ladies (
hour school week rather than the present 30 hours (2) school wish to rebut Mr- Groner there
; a few
are a thingshe I
training of two years! We are behind our coaches and'ourboys neglected to mention the- athletic backgrounds of the other
year of five 36-day phases with no grade levels as such; (3) doesn't know.
win lose or draw, one hundred percent. eight' justices- the Supreme C&urt
each student to move from phase to phase at his own 1. The .
pace; coaches do not" curse" the
boys. It is true there
We hope that when our sons are eligible for varsity football -
and (4) an end to interscholastic athletics which would Astor the edltor'fc; football record; it is lXJD- x1stent. He
are expletives
sup- heard on the field occasionally not directed at
will have the fortune have
they good to CoachMontgomeryand
planted by intramural athletics to take in more students. the boys was' toobusy playing; golf, riding horseback swimming and
or any one boy, but to
a his assistants as their coaches because we feel thattheywill writing forand'edltirigz the school' paper. No one ever chargedhim
The story on this revolutionary plan which
appeared in the 2. Does our editor know that before a boy can play foot- benefit from his good coaching and 'their-association- with being an outstanding athlete, however Maybe that's

New York Herald Tribune on Thursday (Oct. 3)), Is printed here ball he must be scholastically eligible Does he know that Mm and his assistant coachesHe is a strict but fair, disciplinarian what's:WILUUJ.

unedited and unabridged: Coach Montgomery checked the scholastic record of each player and there is no favoritism shown any; of the boys:; He
The editor'smillta1y recorjf} Is as follows Enlisted 1942 in
he has on the team He is familiar with their'scholastic does not have one or two stars on his team the wholeteamis
A revolutionary plan for a high school of the the' AIr'-Carps., went. tduouglr :Officer Candidate School commissioned' -
future has record to date, and as a coach and a good coach, he can judge his star!
been and assigned;,to H .E-A1r Transport Command Wash,
proposed by a Board of Education committee ;
that has whether .
or not a boy has ability not just the desire the School spirit at Clay High is the best it has been-in several and' within .
been at work on the problem for the last two D C: immediatelyr-requested" overseas ;duty and. a.feW"
years. boy must have
both. Therefore, we believe that the coach Good school spirit creates better-students and less disciplinary :
The announced years. : days was shipped' overseas (Washington to Walla Walla
proposals, yesterday by the
was within his
group realm
to make the recommendations for
college problems. It is a proven fact that when school'hasa 'r Wash Orleans). Served
would include abolishing grade levels, lengthening the school scholarships when asked :, to-a- troop ship in.New overseas more
to do
day from six to eight hours, discontinuing the customary so. well disciplined group of athletes, the over-all student behavior thantwtnyears. ReIieV d' of active duty far FeFx. 1946. Current
pro- 3. As for magnifying the importance of football is better because these atheltes set the pattern for-the
games status major in the Repay Reserve USA.
gram of five periods a week for each subject, enabling studentsto :
and winning them this happens to be the football season rest of the students to follow and they xlo follow:-
complete the normal three-year curriculum in two years, The Crescent; did not say the injuries; were sustained in
a few short
and abandoning interscholastic sports. months ago half the citizenry of Green Cove We wish to say to you parents who 'beneve-the driver and games; it said they: were sustained on tire playing field.
Springs was cheering for their favorite little league team and/or tripe Mr. Groner has printed about our"coaches'why'
The school would serve students of all levels of ability and their favorite professional team We;: actively support the' plea of these three ladies that
to win! The i
only difference
you"see for yourselves! Don't take his word, or-our 'word; -
would be divided into three tracks. The year would be divided in the magnification is the 'parentswith- nothing better to do than watch TV go out and
season and the sport. In approxi-
come out to the field and watch practice. Get to-'knowyourson's
into five 36-day phases, with each student advancing from mately two months basketball will be :watdr- "The Co acre' and his boys.
magnified. For our edI-
coaches, maybe even get to know-'your son. Tear yourselves :-
phase to phase as .he achieves "reasonable mastery" of an area. tor's Information WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA states
awaya from the soap operas, golf course; that best-seller ..
However, the committee stressed that mastery would "basketball is .'.
mean played and watched ..
by more persons than any novel, an dcome to the football field and see what' goes; on -. .
something quite different from what has been regarded here- other sport in the United States! ,'-,. :
Take Interest in
down there. This includes you mothers. an :, 5 October 1963
tofore as acceptable student performance.It .
It Is our belief that our editor has done the magnIfyIng- your childrens' activities. You don't realize the fun you are

said that "nothing short of adequate understanding of perhaps that will benefit the athletic department of both the missing. This Is what makes children psychotic when Tr The Clay County Crescent: _
the entire complex knowledge, skill and attitude that is to betaught"
high school and junior high by creating more Interest and eparents could care less what their children are- doing.
would enable a student to pass from phase to phase I had' decided to let subscription: to The Crescent lapse.
bringing in more gate receiptsAs for the import-
We behind the high school coaches-and'the junior-high'
"Obviously," the committee said in its report, "somethingless of :r had already thrown away your reminder of the expiration of
ance winning a game each Individual plays to win whetherIt's
coaches all the way. We have worked'for -and wtth themfor-a-
than letterperfect learning is to be looked for but the life subscription, until I picked the latest issue and noted
goal approaches this limit football or itself. That is our American way of life. better athletic program in our schools and'will continue to-doj my up

A student who has demonstrated capacity to move rapidly It seems to us that our editor might try his hand at writ- what we can in this endeavor. ;your editorial, on- what-you. so generously called a foreign policy -

during one phase will be permitted to undertake the studyof ing something constructive instead of always tearing some Scholastic minded, sports-minded.funimindedi I : ; which more-like: s feather frr the wind! wafted by every

two phases at once, one in a class group in the usual way one or some thing down. The city has the base we needa interested mothers .breeze, aimlessly; _and" an article about .injuries in the new
teen or recreation center for our children! What better .
and the other in independent study of up to two hours daily. Laura H! Cnster.- season:of'sports- f.tafe you also: have doubts: about the valueof
place than the old Chief's Club which has a pool, ball diamond 1
He may thus finish the normal three-year program in two Jean Spearman organized atWettcs the school and jest what connection '
plenty of surrounding space, is set apart from theother: buildings ,.,:_ _
Students held back Carol a
to repeat work in any phase would Pardulur:
and would make an excellent place for our children. At they' have with the process of education.
take longer than tht; normal time to graduate.The Pauline Erinslte
least they wouldn't have hare to go to St. Augustine or Jack- r personally tT fefe- athletics: have no place in the school
students' 8 ajn. to 4 p.m. school day would be divided PollyHarperr::
into eight one-hour periods. The generally accepted Carnegieunit sonville for their recreation. Why doesn't Mr. Groner write i i and" as long as the schools are- doing snclx a poor_job in educations -
for something like this
principle which requires five periods a day five days a week ; : they; certainlyned'.tQ;: >.take all the time and thought possi
Mr. Groner also speaks of emphasis on winning football .
for each subject, would be abandoned.The ; (Editor's Note: The foregoing letter-Is 5 printed: witrhtfiree blethat: is being diverted: to sports and other activities not
academic games over winning Rhodes Scholarships may we advise Mr.' ,
subjects-English, social studies, science and Groner that the Honorable Byron "Whizzer' White .I Irrelevant deletions because it represents a"1 weir writtem state- connected' :: with the"process oreduatfan..-and try for school
now a
mathematics-would be three times week
given for total
a a
Justice of the United States Supreme Court was AH-American ment of'a complete misunderstanding orrtliepartof:: ;: the'wi::: ers. spirit; Sir learning instead oC sports i
about equal to present practice. Most of the
study-under supervisIon-would be done in these in halfback at 'the University of Colorado In 1937, played professional In the first place The Crescent a has;consistently: taken the would like- to see TOT stress the need for much economy J
areas a
attitude that a well-rounded athletic program. iris the- County'spublic :
"much better stocked and very much more adequately staffed" football for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1933 and then ,to:alt branches govemmppfc__ from: the local level to the waste*,
retired to study law,at the University of Oxford on Rhodes' schools is a must; that the'twooweaknesses' im the present h ...
library than "we familiar with"On
are full federal.: gouemmQ&t., .
Scholarship. Mr. Pete Dawklns who wasa AH-American half- program at Clay High are (1) notcenougtos&idei included v. 49
the of athletics the
subject committee noted
that each
backs at West Point is at Oxford Rhodes'Scholarship in what such a program has to offer or siould'! have-- t to offer;: *" Yams '"
now: on a : : r
student would be required to participate in in .
one sport an ,
and he is such excellent athlete and (2) that Coach Montgomery pushing too hard: to- makeup : -* -
Intramural "substituted for interscholastic an that. In a matter of : Walter D. Manhart f
program an program for the handicaps mentioned in, the letter-above. :
months, he became the star In a soccer game between Oxford I Orange Park \
involving only a few. .., ._
Beyond that The Crescentnever'stat1d that the Clay High .
and Cambridge a game he had never witnessed nor partici- : -
"The intent the committee noted, "is to return athletic : -
pated in before attending Oxford Rhodes'
activities to students, where they properly belong, to involveall on Scholarship. \

regardless of their athletic prowess or lack ,of it, and to Further President Kennedy, the age of 10, played foot- .. .. ,

eliminate"'the 'hoop-la' and undesirable .emotionalism surrOundIng ball while attending Dexter School in Brookline, Massachussets. I"I
interscholastic sports-** Although after ,he started his political career and; as we all "" ,." -' '

M Other major proposals of the committee require: know, the entire Kennedy family still plays "touch" ;ootball mh : J

, Work in creative and practical arts at least in the first President. Eisennower-4>layedUiaIfback at West Point. General'
The Bank 'of Green
year for all students. Patton competed in ,the Olympic games. CoveSrings

Minimal speed and facility in typing and speech by each r
Many of our famous men have been star ,athletes but

. student. i' many have not and we do not believe that, because these men

Foreign- yUnyuage. study among students in middle and didn't make the "B team or ''whatever team they may have Loans Far Home a
\ Morning f
high tracju been trying to make this made them psychotic!
Rete tion'in school of all students until they have acquireda > x r r-
Perhaps our editordidn'\ make the squad. Is that why

"salable" skill. he Is so bitter
The proposals were drawn up by the 'high-school divi- FHA Title 1

sion's Committee on Experimentation after it 'had"'met: in seclusIon May we further state that the boys who go out for footballare -. r. _

in Hershey, Pa., for ten days this spring. They will be discussed not hog-tied and dragged to the practice field. They are -' -.. : \'" -' :

with the system's four deputy superintendents at a meet- there of their own volition and with their parents written purchasing i

. ing Oct. 18. They may then be submitted for approval by Sup- permission. May we also state that any or all boys in high X I

erintendent E. Gross and the Board of Education. school, or junior high may go out for football he may not or has purchased a house, after qualifying through FHA Standards.

make the first string varsity, and he may not make first string

"B" team: but he Is permitted If he so wishes, to stay with the I

team, practice with the team 'and as our "editor" puts, it, ::n:: y., \\i .'
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Not Much Exposure "learn the rudiments of football. ;.;J. ...

We are 100 per cent for a good intramural program. But
Fred O. Dickinson, former State, senator, former chairmanof does Mr Groner realize that again, the class or homeroom, ,

the Florida Council of 100 chairman-designate of Florida's which ever it may be, is again competing with other rooms andis

March of Dimes and a preeminent candidate to succeed Gov- playing: to win! Therefore, while there may be thirty boysin 4-- .
ernor Farris Bryant, was a visitor to the County last week. each room the best eleven boys (if it Is football), the best : ,

Many people feel that despite the avowed candidacy of five boys (If it Is basketball), the best nine boys (if it is base- .

State Senator John Mathews Jacksonville's Mayor Haydon ball) will do the playing while the remainder sit on the benchor -

Burns has got it made. In other quarters, there is a feeling in the cheering section because those rooms are playing to ,j- OPEN 9 1s3P 1 : ( _: -

that the potential candidacy of two Duval County men: Math- win the school championship. There always has been and always -

ews and Burns, could result in the elimination of both of them ,. will be bench warmers, not only in sports but In every ." .

as winners. walk of life. Our editor apparently warms the chair in his : :
But even with both Mayor Burns and Senator Mathewsin office and listens to and prints hearsay information instead of :. _:: :: .

the race Senator Dickinson, is, or almost certainly will be. coming to the field to see for himself what transpires. Hearsay : .i. f .> '
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a potent candidate. It is not often the people of Clay County evidence is not admissible in a court of law but Mr. Groner / '_ :' "
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get the Real Thing. Mostly they must be satisfied with administrative has set himself up as judge and jury and is using hearsay OPEN ar12 .,:; .

assistants, whose bosses beat more (electorally) evidence against our coachesAs V.vfc:
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hustings. )
productive .
to the paragaraphs in his POTLJKKER column about .. '. t
his visit to the County the Senator's ')
overnight ,
During the "vicious and foolish snobbery that existed in World War n

manifest charm and capabilities and attitudes on a wide rangeof among all American males" we presume our editor was an : YOU. IAY BANK BY MAIL OR USE |lOUR SIDEWALK. :1iJ ,

issues were exposed to an exclusive group:: that numbered ,..
American male at that time and we wonderabout his classification .

under 30, if our count is correct. While this group included a especially since he mentioned the bottom of the DEPOSITORY SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 24 HOURS A DAY. '
highly publicized Green Cove taxpayer who lives in St. Johns ,
barrel. -
County and a onetime resident of Clay now living in anotherno / -':,

locally elected official, whether County or municipal -. even As to the injuries he writes about in his October 3 issue of .

the potential office-seekers were present. This small group, the Crescent we wish to state that one of the broken hand ... -.

then, who saw for themselves, represents something like one injuries occurred before the Palatka game, and that the Dunbar : .

half of one per cent of the voters. player who suffered a broken leg was injured at the beginningof : : .

Not much exposure. Not much incentive to come back. the season in an early practice session and not in the past T ;,ds County's Oldest': : ;

two weeks as Mr. Groner leads us to believe. '
A lot of reason for the other varsity players to send in their '

B team counterparts while they cultivate greener fields. I We feel that as far as injuries are concerned in any : : : '
; rid L "
sport from intramural to professional that is the chance one j..i: st Bank

_,, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY takes. We all take chances every day: and. as we all know < g

BYCRESCENT accidents and injuries can happen at any time not just on ,. ,

PRESS. INC. the football field '.' ot, Ir .. : :... _
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Phone 284-3166 For the first time in two years the high school coaches '<,e = -

have taken an interest in our Junior high boys and our junior --_. ,/ .". -'. .- .e: 1or : ......

ItOII"L high coach Is treated with the respect he deserves from the ;' ; ;,--> Congress 4-9583 i -. : -

high school coaches,. The cooperation from our high school .
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was their coach. We know this for a fact too, Mr. Groner "s '
EDITOR -___"."........_..._..___ Duncan Groner See Our A"'iirly, stalled 24-Hour DepositortPAGE. /.. "..:.
because we were junior high mothers' last also. -
GENERAL MANAGER _.-""__..._"_..""rr Eugene Koza ? __.
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Coach Montgomery had windows put in an dressing rooms J ..;. -
Entered as second Class Matter July IS. 19C2. at the Post Office ; ,1r ;: z9:
Green Cove Springs. Florida under the Act of March, 3. 1S97.Se which were badly needed as there was no ventilation in these
... Claaa paid at Gree.i C.xr. ..rI..*. Tim. dressing rooms and when you put thirty or forty sweating boys

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Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Officers M H C Penney FarmsReporter CLAY THEATRE

Phone 281-5711
: MRS. HERBERT MYERS Phone 5298131Mrs.
q Monday thru Friday. Two

Ethel McBride enjoyeda tian's dependence upon God. corsage by Mrs. H. C. Travis I i erly of South America and Shows each evening

week's visit from her granddaughter Even as the blind man must chairman of the program com-j i Mrs. Ola Epperly and her 7 A 9 p.m.

TkThxx :Miss Prances Mere- keep close to his dog to be safe. mittee. It was interesting to!daughter Lois formerly of Sat. & Sun. Continuous

9 dith Atkinson, of Los Altos. so the Christian must keep learn from the autobiographies i JAledo, HI. From 2 p.m.

Calif. Miss Atkinson is a close to God. given that four of the women:
T At luncheon they were served
sophomore at Lewis and Clark Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer, president claimed England as their( Thursday & Friday
College in Portland. Ore. She announced the Bible birthplace, Mrs. John Springer -I some of Penney Farms' delicious October 10th & 11th
persimmons which they
has also been an exchange class will be taught in Octoberby had served many years in JASON AND THE
said were much superiorto
a student inFinland and Chile Mrs. M. O. Robbins.The the Belgian Congo as a missionary ARGONAUTSfeaturing
few scarce specimens
Miss Florence Chese-
class participates in
they had found in a store. Two
Those of our number who 1 various missionary projectsand brough was manager and director had never taste dthem before. Todd Armstrong

are now in Clay Memorial Hos- this year wil The support- of a school in New York All enjoyed the reminiscing I

pital are Herbert D. Myers, ing a Korean orphan and a State for mentally handicapped and getting up-to-date on each Saturday October 12th

p.r q : Mrs. H. Schuchart Mr. R. R. leprous child as wen as con- children. Other ladies other's news. DIARY OF A MADMANwith
Kunkle and Miss Matilda Me- tributing to "CARE" and officially welcomed to the class
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.. .r i riam. We pray for them a "Meals for Millions". A dona- were Mrs. Noel Carr, Mrs.
Vincent Price
: good recovery. tio ni seeing sent to the Amer- Ethel Goodman. Mrs. Beulah I Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hoff- alsoPASSWORD

ican Conscience Fund toward I Hobbs. Miss Vivian Morse Miss mann of Honokoa Hawaii are IS COURAGEwith

Mrs. John former the restoration of the Negro Estelle van Excel, the Misses enjoying a two weeks visit with
Boggs. a church which bombed in Florence and Hettie Beal, Mrs. Mrs-
-4 was J. J. Hoffmann of Pen-
resident of Memorial Home
? tA Dick Bogarde
; ? Community and now a Vir- Birmingham. This class pro- Mary Snyder. and Miss Hilda ney Farms. The three Hoff-
vides a daily newspaper and Weiringa.Mrs. manns motored to Knoxville.
ginia Flower Garden enthusiast. Sunday Monday & TuesdayOct.
i-1 ____ sends a message to all the needed supplies of bedding for George Sutton social to visit another son. J. Wes- 13th. 14th. 15th

___y________ Old Timers who still remember I patients in the Mary M. Olin chairman, had arranged for ley Hoffmann who is well
her through her friend Mrs. Clinic. refreshments. known at MHC. They returned

Fletcher Cannon. .. via the Apalachian Mountainsand starringJoanne Woodward
Mrs. Boggs describing her will visit places of inter-

present home; a five room cot- Bishop and Mrs. John M. est in Florida. Mr. Hoffmannha
of the
Ten new residents Wed- & Thun.I .
..crescent. hoto by Gene Koza tage in Clarle-Court, Char- Springer, recent additions to svisited his mother and the
Memorial Home Communitywere
Oct. 16th & 17th
lottesville, has this to say: I MHC were the recipients of a late Dr. J. J. Hoffmann a number
Mrs. Gladys Phillips was reelected presddent of the Clay Memorial Hospital Auxiliary introduced to the class by I ROMAN HOLIDAY
Fall has surprlise on Wednesday when of times since their resi-
"Our begun.
at their.annual meeting -Thursday night. (Other officers .for ithe ..coming jyear, shown season the chairman of the member-
Night before last (Sept. 28) friends of other days drove up dence at Penney Farms. He starring
;"bove j re,! r.: l\1rs.'A. D. Duck,aftOudtVicejpresJdcnt; Dr.TdLukeGlenn!: -n,'who ship committee Mrs. J. H.
,we actually had a light frost. from Lakeland to see them. is office manager of Honokoa I I Gregory Peck
awarded ;pins ,toman-kin?:volunteers at the hOpita1.andMrs.: :Phi11jps. lln the-frank-row, L to Houston. Each new memberwas
Think of that in Virginia in The guests were Bishop Arthur Sugar Company, producers of I I I I '
%., ares :Mrs.:Faz ycQnitkytxeasurers.llfrs.Rdlph: "Milberger,tsecreiarj&frs.'JCharles. : Helm, presented with a beautiful .. '<
Sept. Of course you and the F. Wesley an dhis wife form- sugar and macadamia nuts. ;
first vice president: and Mrs i Elwood.,Johnson historian. The -:ffleers -were installed by --
:Mrs. Kor :rfihasteen. !Finswereawarded to the ;following: "Mrs.fQuiiky. .r honrsvwork} ; rest of my Penney Farms
friends safe in the South-
Mrs. :Beta' and Tttrs. Elv :Lee.Uwth for 100 hours e*ch. 'Candy. west tto :Miss IPerry "Bailey, .for "480 hems work; IPairiciaWells,i forT155 iJtears; and are tremblingfor

Janie EscTmk, for :320 hours. Ifcora Lee; Hutton Teceived a (Candy riper CSOfhow, pin. your gardens. At presentI
confine efforts to just
Auxiliary aides during the gout year worked :2,228; >hours ?and (Candy Stripers another: my WHITE BEAUTY
old-time flowers. I so wish ,
929 Iwrars ccortUng tto"Mrs."X2atia rDamron. record eh Irman. lAttdtrtkaf3Is00iwas; < > 'given to
the hospital for needed (equipment. 'Mrs. Phillips white pink and whatnot
aides In the :'bosplt' J's Activities. The Auxiliary flans 'to .wflttnne 'the -edllecUon rof that greets the of
stanqn. :Menftssw: : = willselI Chj1stmas earns anti*-Iso the;annuaT:BirthdayrC-lendar. eye every
visitor who comes suddenly up- '
on this little fairy"spot,; Justa Tl -
.. scrap of a yard back and
'U JJ .: U UU JIll 1.1.11 J front where I almost now can

FDB) ALL YOU INSURANCE N DS! 1 ThANKY1\ ordering feel a garden lots sprouting.of spring bulbs Lam 1 ( A 3 LB. CAN 49c

i: : : anticipating
to tuck in the beds. I'm .
; ; !"Sincere 'Appreciation tto the shouts of Joy -

eatia Uovely 'lady -and each that will welcome the shy lit- HM { : I MMH..HI.H..H-I-H-H-I I I I..I .I I C I I C I H I HI C I I M I I H t Iti I i I Ml i < H _1"M .
: gentleman 'Who rmatie fit'?
tle Dutch crocuses, snowdrops

J. Slatbr tSmith -+posSthIe Ifor tour. '.ViVian the scillas. and the pas-

+. Woodard Directorship itoFmake tel hyacinths the intoxicating I Valuable Plaid Stampsr::|dTN tar:
the JHONORROEL-atlhe tulips and all the other

ASS: :National. Beauty!, dories of Spring. May it"be '

Insurance Conference"St. Louis. We the privilege of all who read
Agency ?thirik $ronre 'the GKEAT-: these lines to greet another Prices In this ad are effective through Saturday Oct. 12th

.. ... :!:EST and tthat's why .. .'Sprin? in this land of sun-

twantto say, "THANKS; 'shine." /

.'... ; ,AtLT 'We're so proud /
jTOU ur "VivlaneVoodard+;
and -extend our ; Miss H. Estelle van Exel

FIREAUTO BONDS MARINE: '|*best to you in 'Vertj formerly of W. Somerville /' i
ana1 Vice';; 'Scientific ; .Mass.. is now happily settledIn /'
':!ion Care data and the UNMISTAKABLE -= the M. H. C. Quadrangle.She O-E-L-J-C-I-O-U-S'

'NATURAL was an active member of

>*Beauty techniques tau hit + the Colleee Ave. Methodist r

; advised'by'the'S. M. AT -4 church and also treasurer of] s

23 North Orange Avenue GrttnCoveprings "; mr" International experts 4- ttw -w ;8 C. S. We welcome PI

:):Their exclusive Step by Step TIT as one of the M. H. C. SUPER RIGHT FINE QUALITY BEEF '

colored film is TREE to yo family.
Chuck Roast
Is a destiny j jas
4 ) Miss Vivian J. Morse, an-
+snakes brothers no on4g'oes othernew rseident of the
Helm too far alone. All
Quadrangle 1 n M H C since
re put Into the'lives of others ..
+ August 30 is also from Sum- 45
+ Domes back Into our c.
merviHe. Miss Morse was born
\\5q FIl11CallolneCHABLES ;..-u.- } in Vermont and always lived CUT TWO i-GAL 'CARTONS '

i 'SiDeere17.j in New England. She was executive -

:1.:j: Kathleen "Dyson '"Bayer assistant to the libra- / ,

HELM :t Certified Consultant and! rian In the Sommerville Public SUPER RIGHT SHORT SHANKSmoked :;::;': 99

Sales AchborViriane: Library for over thirty years, c
Funeral Director
: Woodard Cosmetics, and was also a member of the Picnic

I. Green Cove Springs College Methodist Church in /

t + 0 Phone 2Si-9696 I Sommenrfne for over 50 years. / \
Mfelde Bri4cn.i .
I III1I'Y. I Director N. E. Florida

GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA Communion win be celebrated 29c Ib. :: ..

16 EAST P. O. EOX 445 I I nnlluISSSS"'jJ': next Sunday hi Penney J. ,

Memorial Church. The Rev. ,.-

C. M. Ackerman and the Rev.C. .
1964 Rambler Americans Unveiled F. Schriver win be the

<' meet at 9:45: o'clock and the
F": b \ xw e arate classes rooms.will gather in their sep- LARGE SXO-BALL

Cauliflower29c Apples
The first meeting of the r

Women's Guild for this season

win be held on Wednesday.

+s October 9. at 2:45 o'clock. An HEAD 39t BAG

women of MHC are cordially .-
invited to attend. S

Sultana -:: Jane Parker ._

;;,,,......---- The Myra Morton Bible Class SALAD DRESSING '
held its opening fan meetinglast .QT. 35t BLACKBERRY PIE -U LB 39?

week with 55 members
present. American Beauty Golden Cream Style Thrifty Value Creme Sandwich ;

.o T Miss Clara message Syvret,urged in her devotional the- SWEET CORN 15 OZ CAN 10t 'COOKIES liLBS, 29t

class to start the year with the .
I Ann Page Peach Pineapple & Apricot Iou
resolve to keep in their
The all-new 1964 Rambler American series in- 440-H models and optional on other Americans
cludes two hardtop models-the 440 and the Also available are convertibles sedans and station thoughts and plans God's pur- PRESERVES 2 LB 55 :TOMATOES HGHTJ-IB CANS 99
poses an dpower. She drew a ?
440-H-which are longer and lower than 1963 wagons.The 1964 Rambler American models .
parallel between the complete
models and feature fastback rear pillars. A 138- have full six-passenger room. 115 N. ORANGE AVE.
trust of a blind person in a GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLA.
horsepower six-cylinder engine is standard on I'
seeing-eye dog and the Chris- .

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New Members O.P. Womans ClubThe Odum Urges
\a. OP Boosters Club JamboreeThe ;
Graceful lines andLuxury

in 1964 Chevrolet ImpalaGT Bridge,In DuvalMore Orange Park 'Boosters Club will sponsor a giant jam-

than ,100' citizens of boree at the Orange Park High School and stadium.
Orange Park yesterday protested Grand Old Oprey of Nashville
Roy Drusky. a star of the
against the construction 'of
and Glenn Reeves TV and recording star of Jacksonville, will
.rti a the new St. JOhns River Bridge

within the city limits. headline the entertainment.

Mayor Walter G. Odum Beginning in the stadium at 8 o'clock, the entertainmentwill

spoke for the group at a hear- school'building for a dance
move to the front! of the high
ing in Jacksonville before rep-
at which the Glenn Reeves orchestra will provide music.
resentatives of the State Road.
Board and the U. S. Bureauof Tickets are being sold by high school students and members -

Public Roads. of the Boosters Club at $1.25 for adults; 75 cents for stu-

rAW-\ Mr. Odum said that while. dents. Proceeds from the program will go to paying off indebtedness =
construction of the bridge from
on the high school stadium and to further improvements -
Duval County Just south of I
NAS would cost an additional there.

-4 $4 million the economic ben-

efits of the Duval site would)
h. : y.
if far outweigh the added costs
Club founded the town library many years ago, and which would be due to the

saw the dream come true in having a new library built. On greater width of the river at Tire ServiceCor.
that Cotney
hostesses at the first
xrii%kxib hn Cd4GsiJb4940 opening day club members as

ri'h, luxurious! appearance of the IZZl: sparkling color-kejed interiors and a choice of public viewing of the new building. The club donated a file decision on the site has Jacksonville
Ir ?:ia Jspirt Coupe (above) blends Chevrolet's 19 power trans: will be noted on September 26t been promised with the next Park & King
-=dtjl; ) ally graceful.body lines with ynart ne' when these new cars are introdued at Chevrolet cabinet to the library. An aluminum walker and a wheel six weeks. 4-6491
and In addition, many dealerships. Impala Super Sport models feature Phone: EV 9-3027 or EV
r.- both front rrar. chair were given to the County Health Center. The club
r.-:v ,.ec:;:anical! refinements coupled with new, adjustable: backet' seats and a new center console.
sponsored "The Golden Ball" held at the Lion's Club for the

debutantes of the season. A college scholarship was presentedto ORANGE PARK TIRE

Miss Joan Gorski for her scholastic standing in her grad- Social NotesBetsy __
IL uating class of Orange Park High. A book fund scholarshipwas

Where The Best Is Better" given to a student now attending college. A Woman Of Covjngton entertained RETREADING *
We Collect e.t a houseparty recentlyfor .*
The Year award was presented to Mr. Robert J. Morris. Th.e.- \K:
the_ senior girls of St.' '
NL y Electric club opened a thrift shop in the mall building on the clubhouse Johns Country Day School. I ry
o smallest to the LARGEST!
From the
THE and grounds, open from 9 o'clock until noon on Thursdayand I

: Saturday mornings. The thrift shop chairman is Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.I Distributor Miller Tires Autolite Batteries

BEST. TelephoneBills C. Boyette. Whitehead are the parents of '-

a Barry Ballinger. Mrs.
Ten new members of the Club were present at the meet- son -
Whitehead was expected to return .- -:-" and in-
NEE'DS :::;
ing. They are shown above, front row, L to r.: Mrs. E. P.
home from St. Vincents >
Stanford, Mrs. D. C. McKee and Mrs. D. R. Clawson. Back Hospital last week. 1A. GE PARK oj'._: .
row, L to r.: Mrs. L. B. Si. Petery, l1rs.L.. L. Huntley, Mrs.A. -

HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGSGet .,.L. Jacobson, Mrs. H. S. Morton, Mrs. J. L. Crowell and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Page SinclairTSiation Road Service

It All new of.Doctors Inlet, announce the 195 U. S. Hlghwai-17.- ..*k Phone 264-6431 I
From Mrs. C.; L. Felt. Another member, lH. C. Elrod, Jr.. :
birth of a son. Warren Stephen ;i

O. B. NAIL HARDWARE Is' not pictured. on October 3rd. 1983.

1922 Highway 17 Phone 264-6S31 Orange Park I



Last .. -- .t
Sunday the homecoming -

at the' Mlddleburg Baptist t- *c h ;, W
CHOP Church was a highlight.The 4, y y r
: ,'" Rev. Bobby Knight was

,... .. -- the preacher at the morning \
\ service, and Mrs. Joe Perkin- n'>
; y ;,-.i'' son of,Jacksonville sang a solo
inclairSinclair .
DOWN "Stranger in Galilee" in addi- ,
i ':. tion to the regular music of I; _
the choir. .. .
About 200 people attendedthe {.
picnic lunch which is re- ;
I' ;
reported to have had ;
plenty of <
: good food and fine fellowship.At ,,:; .. r .
the evening services Con- r A

.. nie Johnson, of the Shiloh "
f .. .. .. Baptist Church, served as the : .
,.. preacher. Special music at jt' J :
-. '
BILLSr. : : '- "" -' this service was by the Ambas- + '. _
: ''! .,' sador Quartet of Green Cove l

.. Springs.

Level out your heating costs. >even in the peak winter months. Changes ., i I Learn To Fool

>s<. to Sinclair's Monthly Payment Plan {hat lets you spread payments The Butcher

over an easy, convenient period. N o interest or carrying I
:<< Stretching the family meat
;. hare. ..*Y I dollar will be the theme of two '.
sessions In homemaking to be ,
SINCLAIR HEATING QiL. 'with RD-119R_ corrosionfinhibitor helps 1 held at Orange Park and Key- 42i" .

,:. I stone within the next 30 days. '4 -

you cut down heating bills l because it fights rust and corrosion, gives ._. Dr. Robert L. Reddish, asso- .. ; :: _

ciate meats specialist at the ___
you more heat, cleaner heat per dollar. 'J
University( of Florida will con-

". BURNER SPECIALISTS Our oil burner service duct the sessions at the Lions
SERVICE : men are ,
II Club in Orange Park on Oct. ; ; ,

,. skilled, prompt, dependable. \ _, 23 and at Clay Electric Coop I 4
.. Y.t" in Keystone on Nov. 7 on "Howto
Get More Meals from Meat."
'.T' ,: The classes, under the direc- _

tion of Mrs. Margaret Nelson_
County% Home DemonstrationAgent
\ ,
are parat of the adult

FOR I education program in the
County. Mrs. Nelson will be
assisted by Mrs. Judy Duerre
QUICK SERVICE '._; \* _1t. : Clay Electric, Home Economist.'
& ,* 'rfi: l' ;
.. .. :. '. 1'R Classes will start at 9:30
... :." : :- q' .-
'J -:. If ..O"... o'clock and will continue i
CO\tERING through until 2:30 in the after-I

J \. 'q'to noon. Those who attend are
asked to sandwich
;; I bring a !
.v;, DOCTORS INLET 'PENNEY FARMS i!: '* .....t-*_,: f: I lunch with them. Coffee will
be served at each class.



Clay Oil Corp. The Orange Park Prome- time, steps, trouble. Add exten- details or\the low cost and lovely colors

naders started classes in sion phones where your family lives call your lephone Business Office.
Square dancing on Tuesday

night of this week. The classes most. .. teen-ager's room, workshop, x =Elir : "" A
will be held each week at
kitchen bedroom .Florida room. For ( Bell
the Lions Clubin Orange Park I J Soutfirhj
- General Manager : ._ PresidentPHOHE J
8 o'clock.
from to 10 i. :
: MflJth
264-9548 The caller will be Floyd 7 +. ,
en and an are welcome Haz-I
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come and join in_the ,- ,/ "'" ; : ; '
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Twin Reality Witnesses Return Bennett PTA Meets i

r4E From CircuitGreen it t

Cove delegates to the 4
E 4
Florida Circuit No. 5 fall assembly Y
,1l! ,t'
k w
of Jehovah's Witnesses

W} .f have returned after a week- Y

end of Bible instruction at the

Ocala Municipal Auditorium .

highlighted an address by the I 1

District Supervisor Joseph

*# Saia who spoke on how "The

e ; dt Scientifc j
rt' Bible Triumphs in a d 1!

World. i
i Cafeteria facilities, trucking,

music first-aid and sound sys-

tem arrangements are but a

few of the many departmentsthe .d.

:;1 witnesses operate that lendto Approximately 200 members of the Charles E. Bennett Elementary School PTA and

1 I ""';;: y ,j the success of these conven- more than 150 students of the school last week heard a plea from Miss Louise Batten,
It. 10 tions. Robert Greene of Green principal that parents send their children to school each day properly clothed and fed.
? 'k 'f:::
__ 'M"," / Cove Springs was among those Miss Batten said that children should come to school after an adequate breakfast and that

Jew durability, improved performance, better economy role in these arrange- they should be fully clothed.
and: lower maintenance highlight the 1964 Fold Econoline having a Members of the association later voted unanimously against any change In the divisionof
van (top photo) and its companion Ford Econoline pickup. ments.
.Already outselling: its combined competition by two to one, proceeds from the annual Hallowe'en CarnivaL
the Ford Econoline adds for 1964 a new three-speed auto- Hundreds of delegates were Warner Simons was named chairman of the Bennett PTA Carnival Committee. The

matic transmission; extended lubrication and oil change on hand for the Friday eve- Carnival this year will be held on Oct. 26.
:schedule; larger, self-adjusting brakes; and an optional
I one-ton payload. package with heavier suspension and more ning model ministry school the Calvin Wilcox, president, presided at the meeting.

power. and evening sessions
Another star in Ford's 1964 lineup of light-duty trucks is baptism
the F-100 pickup (bottom photo). Both the F-100 and its Crescent Photo by Gene Koza Saturday and finally the pub- FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
bigger brother, the F-250. are available this year on a longer in which the
\ 128-inch wheelbase, ideally suited to camper bodies. Newly Mrs. Wilda T. Russell (r.). Green Cove real estate dealer, lic lecture Sunday
styled from front to rear, the F-100 features a double-wall speaker brought out that "the i A. WEIGHT
has announced the formation of a partnership with her twin 18tg PJ TO 5 LBS.!
box new self-adjusting brakes, extended lubrication intervals -
and a selection.: heavy-duty options !Sister Mrs. Hilda T. Neth formerly of Jacksonville. The new Bible triumphs on the originof r BITE OH" WORMS

statewide real estate organization will be known as Twin life the origin of man. the WHEN HOOKED:

Realty-, with offices at 170 East Walnut SU, Green Cove. and J r FIGHT LIKE
solution to life's problems
Dent /a Elects #[
y' The firm has listings on acreage homes and waterfront property '. BIUEGILLSGOOD
what the future holds for
throughout the county. '.. .' . ._' .
I F"tiraham Selick was named deacon; Larry Lancaster mar- man." t TO EAT/

(rm stet counsellor of the St. shal; Ronnie Todd senior

\\'Johfi) Chapter, Order of De- teward; Frank Salvonick Jun-
.'fciofey: at their annual elections ior steward; and Tom Keley Clay CountyServicemen I Mrs. Bridges HonoredMrs. I

'in Green Cove this week. chaplain. r1 v n 4b4 '
I Frederick T. Bridges Award banquet held In the ".+ 4 -44
Others named The
are: George I chapter comprising boy's
Swanson senior counsellor; I from 14 to 18 years of age director of the Northeast Flori- Romano Inn. which is only attended :i- -
da district for Viviane Wood-
Ernest Chapman junior coun- meets every Tuesday night at by outstanding district
ard Scientific Cosmetic Corpo-
sellor Joey senior dea- 7:30 o'clock.ILVCLEA .
; Marsh directors with records of unusual -
t con; Eddie Robinson junior U. S. Air Force Capt. Clif" ration left for the annual Na- I SILVERY GRAY -
tional Beauty Conference in accomplishment. Mrs.: ANd \ \
Kirchof. whose wife, Mrs. I
St. Louis on Saturday, where i Bridges is on this list and will P'i4'L/R/DESCEHCE
Madge Martin Kirchof. is
a AlSO"
-- --
she will be one of the honor be presented with a tiara, a v
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. guests of the legendary dyna-
special Gold Flag and other A NEW GAME FISH INTRODUCE INTO MLLE ::
Gother Martin of Green Cove mo Lee Fein international
I symbols of honor for her outstanding CERTAIN FLORIDA/ WATERS WHERE TEMPERB: Q E/lM
has arrived in Semback Germany beauty expert Jack Kevan. work in the North- ATURES ARC NOT TOO COLD IN WINTER
and executives the A. II
of SM.
for duty with the Air east Florida district. NATIVE OF THE NILE RIVER IN AFRICA tltloWoUR

Forcle. He was commissionedin A highlight of the confer- I Mr. Frederick Bridges accompanied STOCKED ABUNDANTLY AT PLEASANT GROVE

1952 after attending the ence will be the Achievement I his wife on this trip. FISH MANAGEMENT AREA NEAR TAMPA fLORiDA-.

University of Florida.


Army Pfc. Alphonso Byrd.. THE BANK OF GREEN COVB SPRINGS '

An Clothes: son of McKinley Byrd, of OP GREEN COVE SPRINGS ---- .,

Pre Spotted Mildew Proofed Green. Cove Is,.participating in S-,. .la The State-Ot Fl.rl.a: JUNIOR CLASS SEEKS 1 -
Moth Proofed Exercise k At Tie CI M Of DI._' Oa September SO 1M3
Cleaned and Pressed Soldier a .23-day: AUCTION ITEMS
Eleventh Air Assault division ASSETS
No Extra Charge For __ f "***. ", maneuver near Ft. Stewart,Ga. Cash balances with other banks and cash Hems The Junior Class of Clay "Accentuate the Positive"

FAST SERVICE't' The men of the Eleventh will in process of collection .. . . . S39.849.30 High School will sponsor the itcP7 .
United States Government obligations direct
II ::11 : 1111111111111. I 1 11111 : : 111111111111 be deployed by helicopter at and guaranteed . .. .. ... .... .._"1. ... 2420413.70 auction at the Halloween Carnival -

Week-End f: + I!ment the request of Stewartland of the ""Govern- Obligations of States and political subdivision. C19.316.99 which will be held on Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land
Specials a hyo- Loans and discounts (Including $
I thetical republic to assist in overdrafts) . .. . . ... . ..... 1487147.0 October 26. With the old wcimming. hole nearby
OCT. 10th thru OCT. 12th !repelling aggressors from"Georgana" Bank premises owned 16.031.71. furniture and Tehy will be most appreciative :
fixtures $25,248.99 .. .. .. .. . .. '.. 45217.93 Tracts from ,$575. up. Easy terms.
another make-be- of contributions for the
Real estate owned other than bank premises 432.16 See Us for Real Needs
3 TROUSERS j $1.19 I lieve nation. Other assets .. . . .. . .. .. ., ...... 4,659.39 auction and ask that you your

I phone Mrs. Arley
TOTAL, ASSETS .... .. ....... ... ....... 5,117.036.53 Wheeler S. E. McKAY
S *
: I LIABILITIES 24-9204 or Mrs. George Weeks
Demand deposits of individuals partnerships 2843274'and arrangementswill Keystone! Height Phone 473-4816

i I Forrest E. Barber. Interiorc and rorporatons .. . : .: .... '.. 2,453,512.66. be made for pick-up.
l I : I 1 I I I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 I I I I : 1,1 ; I I II I : I I I I I I I o m m u n ications electrician Time and savings deposits of Individuals;
second class. USN. son of Mr. partnerships and corporations . ...:.-. 1,800,726.64
Next to, -- I Deposits of United States Government (Including -
I II and Mrs. C. W. Barber. Jr., of postal savings) . .. ... ........ 52.071.70
I Green Cove is serving aboard Deposits of States and political subdivisions 315713.93 Its official lII Certified and
J1D IDWI) A l81CQnm the ocean minesweeper USS Certified and officers' checks etc. ...... . 18,504/67/ sanctioned by the
.. . United State Auto Club
I Detector, an Atlantic Fleet unit TOTAL DEPOSITS .. *4..40.529.60a
( ) Total demand deposits ... .. 2524089.03
I which recently won the Battle
(b) Total time and savings deposits 32.116.440.57
( 11 nnnncdLry i Efficiency "E" award as the Other liabilities .. .. ... ......"... .. 29226.35 ry
I outstanding member of Mine :

Division 43.Detector's. TOTAL, LIABILITIES .. . ......... .... .., 4.669.755.95 rrlaT
520 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs y ,lsr:

earned in competition with Capital: (a) Common stock total

other Mine Division units dur- par value J2.00d.000.00 .._.. .............

ing July I, 1962 through July <. 200000.00
Surplus .. ..... .... .........,-...--... 175000.00
TO ERR IS HUMAN. 1. 1963. Undivided profits .... .. .......... .. .;..: 72,280.58


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64 Studebaker beauties

.rom Bathtubs To Barnyard -

Old Material Finds New Farm Use

.VASHINGTON Livestockpens porcelain enamel has quadrupledthe tatlon cut down the mortality
feed lots poultry houses life of the inner tank of a
R\ and wheat fields are getting acquainted hog waterer and made It "the rate.Because the historic t .'". ub t
with an ancient and most durable automatic capacity- material ,resists practically all f
i well-kmown material usually as- type hog waterer on the market." acids barnyard and otherwise
g \ a sociated with bathtubs, ranges They say the porcelain resists one manufacturer has developedand
'and kltehenwara' porcelain corrosion caused by heat and tested a manure spreader ... .., ...
enameL fumes of kerosene and gas heat with porcelain enameled j
panels .
:: .7 :
;: J : ,
Helped by agricultural equipment ers .that keep water from freez and side rails where corrosion Is :" ; <[ //4 hn
rQ manufacturers farmers are ing.: Another manufacturer lists greatest.
turning to porcelain enamel the long-wearing of porcelain Pierce said fertilizer equip
coatings to cut corrosion losses enamel as an outstanding feat ment subjected to corrosive
break 72
that one expert estimates at |S ure of Its grain distributor.A chemicals also Is being studied over records
billion yearly for the nation. variety of watering and for possible applications of porcelain.
These glass-like coatings per- feeding devices now wear porcelain
R. .
A.A. Several fertilizer I
I 27 hours of torture tests at STUOerMKEJTS SWEEP Or THE SALT FLATS
C manently fused onto sheet steel enameL Since the glass- have already" switched to
have been used in silos for years.Now smooth surface offer no place lain enameled corrugated 1 Bonncville prove Studebakers > stu *bakr C-cyHnacr Commn*r-102.77 mph, put
they are showing up on for food ta cling and bacteria to roofing If the roof parce-l I endurance,engineering: and speed! 11 other records
livestock watering and feeding breed poultry and livestock successful as expected, the SfaKfr b. r Dayton CeiUferBbU-139X9. mph plus 11
We're all human. But none of us likes to be "ealled '!!'trices manure spreaders drop farmers find that porcelain coated material might be used for siding We took to the Salt Flats with our whole '64 line. other records.

ping trays and tractor mufflers. feeding troughs save them Pierce thinks that Stu .b kr Hawk 147.86 /o 1 mil from
the carpet" for mistakes. Use a Keystone State Bank to William E. manhours of and dol- the high Not to prove we're faster. Just better. Built to mph. *
According cleaning
sanitation standards
set for standing start..8842 mph ,plus 10 other records
Pierce of product engineering lars lost from disease. Porcelain take the beating: Bonncville dishes out.
[ecking account for bill paying. It eliminates errorsd milking parlors might lead to Sto.,.b._Arnt-17O78 mph, also 5 other records.
for the Porcelain Ena- enameled dropping trays are porcelain enamel wainscotingthere. And now the proof is in the official USAC record
( makes certain of receipts for income tax purposes.MEMBER mel Institute in Washington, D. gaining popularity" because: they .
C. there has been a steady In- are easier to keep clean and The heat resistant book .72 new records set by Studebaker.
crease In demand for more porcelain sanitary. of properties There's a name for what these beauties showed
porcelain proved In Jet engineehansts 0
coatings on the farm. Both Pierce who works with pro led to Its use In automobile at Bonncville: Performance.: For at Studebaker
farmers and' companies making duct engineers of equipment muffler and AUTOMOTIVE 8AU8 CORPORATION
farm equipment have learned manufacturers says one com- Now "different by design means more than style.
one producer of farm
that what prevent rust and corrosion pany DOW is testing porcelain on
F. D. I. C.
{ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS tors has made pon 1.'
In their "glass-lined" slatted steel floorings for use In
THE FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY water tank works equally" wen pork poultry and fur production muffler standard

in livestock waterers. Pierce unka In such units where large one modeL Similar tn.c-I Van Ness Studebaker Sales
said. numbers of anJmala are confined: muffler are becoming

One midwest company say to smart spaces. Improved **nj- for other tractor ...



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C. B. Bowles Jr. I Charles Brown VIA Tony Fontaine Story "
( Speaks Before Green Cove SocialsCapt. I I

Private services for ClaudeB. At First Baptist Church
Bowles Jr., formerly of 1w.r C. M. Dumbauld has Mr. anad Mrs. C. C. Thompson -.

Green Cove were held in had as his guests Admiral and of Hudson Falls. N. Y., The First Baptist Church of

Blountstown on Monday. Mr.' Mrs. L. B. Sartin. of New Or- were the week-end guests of Green Cove Springs invites
leans. During their visit. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Barrie LeSeuar
Bowles the son of Mr. and I everyone to the showing of
Joan Dumbauld. of New York and their daughter Linda
Mrs. C. B. Bowles died last
the "Tony Fontaine Story" on
week after a long illness. acted as hostess because of the Kathleen at their home in film on Sunday evening at Sandra Frazee
illness of her mother who is a Magnolia Springs.
Mr. Bowles taught school in 7:30 o'clock.
patient at the Naval Hospital Honored At TeaMrs.
Blounstown prior to his illness.I
Tony Fontaine a lyric tenor -
Pall bearers were his former r NAS. Mrs. Dumbauld recently Mrs. Jim Torrible an dher now devotes his talents to
students.In underwent a rare eye operationat family return drecently to sacred music after a careeras Walter W. Ivey entertained
; the teaching hospital of the at tea last Saturda,
make their
addition to his parents home at the Mag- a well known popular en-
I f -if... University of Florida Medical afternoon honoring Miss San
he leaves two brothers John i Springs apartments. tertainer. He has appeared on
iz' School. The operation which dra Jean Frazee of Jacksonville
Bowles and Don Bowles both ; such shows as Ed Sullivan
was performed to prevent a who will marry WaIte
of Green Cove; and a sister. Mesdames Kathleen Bayer. Hogey Carmichael Paul White-
retinal detachment utilized Warren Ivey n on Decembe
Mrs. Robert Pearson of St. Louise Smith and Georgia Pool man and many others.
German-made equipmentwhich 14th.
Augustine. i attended the Family Frolics at Tins film was produced especially -
only 15 US hospitalsown. Presiding at the tea tabs
Services were conducted by the Orange Park Lions Club for the "young at
were: Mrs. J. P. North siste
the Rev. C. A. Corbett ministerof r i 4 last Saturday night. heart", and it is hoped that
r of Mrs. Ivey, Mrs. Verna Argr
the First Methodist Church everyone will come not onlyto
Mrs. W. T. Powell and Mn
of Blountstown. Burial was in .. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Geiger; Miss Melinda Glennan who see this film but to enjoy
E.V.. .
: I Ivey.LPyIThe
Poggs cemetery. and Mrs. Mary Bentley have I attends Howey Academy. How- the music.

returned recently from a week's ey-in-the-Hills. spent the
MIKE MAGUIRE --, 8 T stay at Gatlibnurg. Tenn., week-end with her parents.Dr. .

WINS PRESIDENCYMike -- where they went for a rest and Mrs. T. Luke Glennan. First Presbyterian Church

Maguire was elected following the death of Mrs.Bentley's .
Crescent Photo by Gene Koza Ave. at Gum
president of the Clay High'ssenior I husband. Mrs. Edward Wiggins of' r :: Magnolia

class at a recent meeting -, Charles Brown demonstrates his method of woodblock printing before the V. I. A. Keystone Heights has been the. Greea Cove

of the Class of 64. Other' Woman's Club. Mrs. J. J. Brock has returned recent guest of Mrs. Bessie

officers elected were: Gary The first regular meeting of day at the clubhouse. plained the ceramic urns and from Macon. Ga. where she Geiger. : Morning Worship 11 o'clock
vice Patti
Clark president;
attended the sessions of a religious -
Linsley secretary; Linda Jensen -, the V. I.A.. Federated Wo Mrs. Chauncy Moore president vases including his wind bells Church School 9:45 o'clock
meeting. The group George W. Kenney and
treasurer; Sally McCor- man's Club of Green Cove opened the meeting witha that he had on display.: All which has no name comprisesmen his son. George. Jr.. spent I VISITORS WELCOME

mick chaplain; and Sandy McGee Springs was held last Thurs- welcome to members and of these items are handmade. and women who worship Mondayln Green Cove en-

reporter. guests. Preceding the lunch- Following the program a in their own homes. route to Miami.

Ii eon The Rev. William P. Erwin business meeting was held and
Joseph Elliott teacher at the
+ Vicar of St. Marys Episcopal Mrs. Brantly Lucas was wel- Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mooreof
Junior High School is a pa- WARRANTED
i iAT Church gave the invocation I comed as a new member. The Hamilton O., and Mrs. Ed tient at the
Clay Memorial
GET YOUR PERSONALIZED TV and following the luncheon he guests present were: Mrs. Larson funeral of in Chicago Green Cove attendedthe last Hospital. USED VOLKSWAGENS

gave a devotional entitled Frank Green Sr., of Madison
week of their brother-in-law,
"Potter and Clay". Fla.. Mrs. E. M. Lide of Canton Marion Bentley.Mrs. I Mrs. E. D. Saunders and
Mrs. Donna Saunders SpringMOTORS
went to
Charles M. Brown, Jr., of N. C., The Rev.and Mrs.
Live Oak on Monday to pick
Mandarin the guest speaker Wm. P. Erwin Miss Joan
Louise Myers and her up Mrs. Saunder's mother.
ABC-TV Furniture Outlet wa sintroduced by Mrs. M. B. Dumbauld of New York Mrs. daughter. Miss Bessie Myers of Mrs. S. J. Hammock and bring

Argo fine arts chairman.Mr. Josephine Banta Mrs. Freder Jacksonville were visitors of her back to Green Cove where .zg SERVICE

Brown an outstandingartist ick R. Andrews and Mrs. Clarence the Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Pierceon she will spend a week at the /
Sunday afternoon. guest of her daughter. FOR
Mrs. =
SPECIAL $89.95 in this area specializes Lazette.
Hammock is a former residentof -
in the art of woodblock print- Hostesses serving at this Green Cove. VOLKSWAGENAUTOMOBILE'

ing and ceramics. He explained meeting were Mrs. L. M. Johnston William T. Lemen Sr.. who
NEW 1964 ADMIRALIdlewild i recently underwent surgery at
and demonstrated the Mrs. Elmer Johnson. Mrs. Rep. S. D. saunders was the'
St. Vincents Hospital returnedto
Ave. Green Cove Springs method used in his work and T. J. Knight. Mrs. Alex Pup- his home in Green Cove on guest last Saturday evening of
Union County Sheriff Whitehead
kin. Mrs. N. D. Yant, Mrs. F. 284-9209
Phone 284-6381 Monday where he is recuperating. -
: of Lake
Butler at a
I P. Cowart. and Mrs. Alf Davis. .
I party given for his close ac- U. S. HWY. 17 NORTH
I quaint Daces. 100 Yards North of Governor Creek

Francis Harris is a patientat

Now five kinds of Chevrolets for all kinds of people Clay Memorial Hospital.Mr. .

._ ,.
4F .... and Mrs. Jacob E. Mil-
;::i:: :t-tt.. }
of Russell Kansas
"<> berger are
; .1. Save Save
a. .
spending; some time with their $22.95

son Ralph Milberger and his

family.Dr. .


and Mrs. Wm. H. Todd f
returned to their hqme in
-nnnn-+ NOW !
Green Cove after a stay in St. 1.--



1 _:*_. Sherri Stripling, of Orlando j BEFORE IT GETS COLD X }- +
: II is visiting her grandparentsMr. -
r -
and Mrs. A. D. Duck. II

Mrs. Tommy Radloff and I Iwe !
her young son. Timmy of Or- With each model listed below _
1 111 I '"
lando are spending this week offer you a ;

0fg000000010oQ4DWl7 p i'r with the Bridges family. I 22.95 BLOWER FREE! P

30,000 BTU Heater with blower.

Heats up to 800 square feet. 4T _
CHURCH NOTICE Regularly priced at -....- 7290 ::r fQ4ET 1

SOCIETYCor. 40.000 BTU Heater with blower. : } j J

Heats up to 1325 square feet. <_- "'
E. Houston St. A
N. Magnolia Are + Regularly priced at 82.90


FLORIDA Terms Can Be Arranged. f. s%
Services held Sundayat + .
11 Lm.SubJect i c !
: | BUT HURRY : ... ti g y o

ARE SIN DISEASE AND % This offer rood only through _

DEATH REALOctober October 31. 1963.

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$tiot'4,. '' 13thA IIIHHI 8' ell *frf-H-H-H-i-H I :
cordial invitation Is extendedto


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FOR CLAY COUNTY. DISTRICT NO. I: IN ClL4NCEiy. Notice is hereby given that S_. 14.18 F.S.
IN CHAACERY. CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAThe NO. C-37O4<< the undersigned under the pro- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
NO. ...... THE FRANKLIN visions of chapter 865.09. Laws that R. E. Sapp. the holder of
IN RE: PETITION OF ARTHUR following resolution 'call BANK IN THE CITY SAVINGS OF of Florida Acts of 1157. will reg- the following certificates has
E. HALL for adoption of ing an election tobe held in NEW YORK a corporation. iister with the 'Clerk ot the Circuit filed said certificates for a tax
his step-daughter. Special Tax School District No. 1 Court in and for Clay deed to be issued thereon. The
SHIRLEY MARIE of day County. flOrida., were vs. Plaintiff. County. State of Florida. upon certificate numbers and years of
RANDOLPH.NOTICE. adopted at a meeting of the LA-MAR FRANCIS CHESSER receipt otf: proof of publication Issuance. the description of the
Board of Public Instruction of and SHIRLEY K. CHESSER. of this notice the Fictitious property and the names in

TO: VELBERT RANDOLPH Clay County. Florida, held at his wife. end .JA1IES H. RICH name ofOWL which it was assessed are as
Residence UNKNOWN Its offices at Green Cove and KAREN ANN RICH. follows:
You are hereby notified that Springs. Florida. en the 20th day his wife. SignedElton F.-Owens Certificate No. 1M.
CONDITIONING BOATS the above named Petitioner. of September A. D. 1963. Defendants. Rt. 1. Box A-929 Year of Issuance: May 31. 1955.
CAREY'S TRADING POST ARTHUR E. HALL has tiled a BE IT RESOLVED and OR- NOTICE OF SUIT Orange Park. Fla. Description of Property:
petition in the abovestyledcourt DERED by the Board of Public THE STATE OF FLORIDA 32073 Part of Lot 18 all Rec. In
WE BUY SELL TRADE I I for the adoption of the Instruction of Clay County Florida TO: Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 Deed Book 67 Page %7Q.
MILBERGER INLET MARINAMERCURY minor child named therein and in meeting duly assembled. JAMES H. RICH. Orange Park. See. 8.

Three locations: you are required to show cause Section 1. That an election be Residence unknown; however. LEGAL NOTICE Name In which assessed:
why the same should not be and the same is hereby calledto his mailing addrtss is believed Clarence Johnson.All .
& JOHNSON 15 E. Palmer St.Ph.284-3280 granted by serving a copy of be held in Special Tax School to be: of said property being In

REFRIGERATION your written defenses, if any. District No. 1 of Clay County. Cpl. James H. Rich 1553464 tee County of Clay. State cf
ENGINES Warehouse & antiques-old upon SCRUBY & YONGE. Attor- Florida. the said district being H MS: 12 MAG 12oo NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Florida.Unless.
neys for Petitioner. 305 Great co-extensive with the boundariesof F. P. o. TAX UKKOSec. such certificate or certificates
CROSBY BOATS Gym Bldg., S. Orange Ave. Oaks Circle. Orange Park. Florida Clay County. to determine the anTTF.r5cUcoCalifornia 1W.18. F.S. shall be redeemed according

SERVICE. '"BIG TOP" tent and by filing the original following matters and things bya ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to law the property
EE-ZY TRAILERS -Standing thereof with the Clerk of said majority of the ballots cast that a suit has been filed against that R. E. Sapp. the holder of described in such certificate or
Court on or before October 25. by electors qualified to vote at YOU in the above cause and the following certificates has certificates will be sold to the
AIR CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE, Blvd. .at Ridgewood 1963; otherwise a decree will be such election. except that three are requlrtd to file your answer you filed paid certificates for a tax highest bidder at the court

Furniture and at entered against you grantingsaid persons receiving the highestvote with the Clerk of this Court and deed to be issued thereon. The house door on the first Monday
REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR adoption. for School Trustees at said to serve a copy hereof upon the certificate numbers .and years of in Month of. November. 1963,
HEATING SERVICE prices 8tfc WITNESS my hand and the election shall be declared School plaintIff or its attorneys. Botts. issuance the description of the which is the 4th day of Novem
Hwy. 17 Orange Park bargain seal of said court at Green Cove Trustees of said district; provided Mahonty. Hadlow. Chambers & property. and the names in ber. 193.

Phone CO 49835PAUL'S Springs. Florida this 12th day that not more than one Trustee Adams Barnett National Bank which it was assessed are as Dated this 23rd day of Sep.
9 S. Palmetto Street of September 1963. shall be elected from any one Building. Jacksonville 2. Florida. follows: tember. 1963.
HAIRCUTS GEORGE tL. CARLISLE residence district for which a not later than November 12. 1963. Certificate No. 86. George L. Carlisle
Home Phone 284-9780 Clerk of the Circuit Court County Board Member is provided If you fail so to do. a Decree Year of Issuance: 1955. May Clerk of Circuit Court of
By Vivian H. Sohm for by law. Pro Confesso will be entered Clay County Florida.
Business Phone 284-9581 We Deputy Clerk FIRST: Who shall be the against you for the relief dt- 31st.Description of Property: Pub. Oct. 19, 17. 24. 31. 1963
give Sept. 19. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 1963 School Trustees of said Special manded in the Complaint. This Lot 52 Blk ISA. Fleming

"FirstHaircut"Certificates Tax District No. 1 of Clay Coun- Fuit is to foreclose a mortgage. Island Estates.
LEGAL NOTICE ty. Florida for the ensuing two The real proptrty proceeded Name in which assessed: LEGAL NOTICE
VACUUM CLEANERS yeaTS: andSECOND against is: Fred B. Cerny.
: The number of mills Lot 1. Block 13. MEADOW. All of said property being In
AU Legal Beverages of school of 'Clay. State of IN THE CIRCUIT COfRT.
IV COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT tax: to be levied and BROOK. Unit 3. according to the County
collected annually for the next plat thereof Florida. IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY; ,
recorded in Plat
ORANGE PARK Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. All HAIRCUTS-SI,00 FLORIDA.In two -years for support and maintenance Book 6 pagae 36. of the current Unless 'such certificate or certificates PI.OUIDl.
of of schools; and public records of Clay shall be redeemed according 1 1 IN CIIA.XCBHY. 371O
re: Estate Section 2: That said electionand County. Florida. to law the property PEOPLE'S NATIONAL FUND,
Duval County Line LaMira Alvarez Gill. deceased.
_ Vacuum Sweeper Orange Park Barber Shop the same is hereby calledto ToKtther with all structures described in such certificate or INCa Delaware corporation.
be held on the 5th day of and improvements now and certificates will be sold to the Plaintiff
ServiceREPAIRPARTSSUPPLIES North of Orange Park Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. NOTICE OF FILING PETITION November. A. D. 1963. between hereafter on said land and highest: bidder at the courthouse TAYLOR"b'BARR.MARGARET
FOR FINAL DISCHARGEOF 'the hours of 7:00 A. M. and 7:00P. fixtures attached thereto; door on the first Monday ADA ;

same location for over 15 yean EXECUTOR. M. at the following polling also all gas. steam electric in Month of November. H 61. TAYLOR WALLACE -
Notice is hereby given that I places in said Special Tax School water. and other 'heating. which is the 4th day of Novem ; BD HOWARD
FOR ALL MAKES KINGSLEY & HIWAY 17 have filed my final returns as District and that they are located cooking. Tefriegratlng. light- ber. 1963. TAYLOR; FRANKLIN O'NEAL
Rebuilt Cleaners $10 executor of the estate of LaMira as follows: Ing. plumbing ventilating Dated this 23rd day of Sep TAYLOR; TRUMAN BRAULEY -
up Alvarez Gill deceased; that I Precinct 1 County Court- Irrigating. and power sys tember. 1963. I TAYLOR; and all vi
1708 Hiway 17 UPHOLSTERING have filed my petition for distribution house. Green Cove Springs tems. machines appliances. George L. Carlisle.! the unKnown heirs and
and for final discharge Precinct 2 Drs. Inlet Civic fixtures and appurtenances. Clerk of Circuit Court of devisees of Pearl Franklin.
and that on October %8, Center. Drs. Inlet which now are o rmay hereafter Clay County. Florida. Deceased.
PH: 264-9771 1963. I will apply to the Honor Precinct 3 .- Middleburg, Civic pertain to. or be used Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 Defendants.
LEGAL NOTICE able Thomas J. Rivers. County Center. Middleburg with. in. or on said premises.even NOTICE OF SLIT'
I Judge of Clay County Florida. Precinct 4 County Voting though they be detached TilE STATE OF FLORIDATO -
Ph. 264-977. BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP for approval of said final returns House. Clay Hill School or detachable. LEGALOTICE : Ada Taylor O'Barr. !:.ont.)

Vi and for an order of distributionand Precinct 5 Strickland's WITNESS my hand and the 4, Burns Road. KnoxvIlle
Auto & Furniture THE CIRCUIT COURT OF for final discharge as execu- Store. Kingsley Lake seal of this Court at Green Cove 14, Tennessee; Margaret
Complete CLAY COUATY FLORIDA tor of the will of LaMira Alvarez Precinct 6 County Voting Springs. Florida this 3rd day of NOTICE OF APPLICATION Taylor Wallace 1538 Bay
'BOLSTERINGM Upholstering IN CHANCERY Gill. deceased. House. Bell more Section October. A. D. 1963. FOIt TAX UKKUSec. Avenue. SoV.. Birming
NO. 3701 September 25. 1963. Precinct 7 City Hall. Key- F.S.
(COURT SEAL) 194.16. ham. Alabama; Ed Howard,
1400 W. Idlewild Ave. MORRIS JOE DIMSDALE. Is/ John Henry Gill stone Heights GEORGE L. CARLISLE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Taylor. 152 N. 17th Street

FREE ESTIMATESALL Ph. 284-3505 Plaintiff Executor Precinct 8 Polling place Clerk that R. E. Sapp. the holder of Birmingham. Alabama
FRADYTDIMSDALE.Defendant First publication Sept. 26.' 1963 designated by Co. Commissioners. By Grace M. Carlisle. the following certificates has Franklin O'Neal Taylor
Cove Cove Springs Florida SARA THOMAS & PIERCE :. Orange Park Deputy Clerk filed said certificates for a tax 152 N. 17th Street. Bir
WORK GUARANTEED Attorneys at Law Precinct 9 County Voting (A copy of the complaint filed deed to be issued thereon. The mingham. Alabama; Truman
Free Estimates NOTICE OF SUIT 203-205 North Temple Ave. House. Highway 17 herein is attached to the copy certificate numbers and years of Bradley Taj lor. li.S:
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TO: Starke. Florida Precinct 10 Courthouse An- of this notice which Is mailedto issuance the description of the N. 17th SU Birmingham
I- Free Pick-up and Delivery Sara Franklin Fradjr Dimsdale Pub. Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963 nex. Green Cove Springs each defendant for whom a property and the names In Alabama. and all oL the
219 Strett Precinct 11 New City Hall. residence more specific than a which it was assessed are as unknown 'heirs and' devisees
_ Handle Any and All of You Forest City North Carolina LEGAL NOTICE Penney Farms state or country was given in follows: of Pearl Franklin.
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Precinct 12 Polling Place the sworn statement filed herein Certificate No. 45. Deceased.
Archie PadgettOn Upholstery Needs! that a suit has been filed JUDGE'S designated by Co. Commission by the plaintiff. his agent or Year of Issuance: June 1. 1956. You are hereby notified that
against' you in the above entitled IV TilE COUNTY
Meadowbrook Section
HAROLD BAXLEY ers. attorney.) of Property:
Description suit has been filed against you
Kingsley Ave.. Just cause and you are 'hereby required COVET IN AND FOR CLAY Election Inspectors and Clerks Pub. Oct 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 Part of SW% of NW.% asN"Co in the above entitled cause and
Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs, to serve upon plaintiff'sattorney COUNTY FLORIDA will be the same as those usedin in DEED BOOK 94 page required
that are
East of Hwy. 17 whose name: and address IN PROBATEIN the Special Election and appointed 9 you
5 Township the
EDWIN BAXLEYSon 42. Section to file your answer with
appear hereon your writ- RE ESTATE OF
: by the County Commis
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 ten defenses if any. to the bill LAURA M. FRANZ. sioners. Range 23. Clerk of this Court and to servea
and Upholsterer 4 LEGAL NOTICE which assessed:
yrs.E. Name In copy thereof upon Plaintiff or
of complaint in said suit copy of Deceased. Section 3. That only electors
Orange Park Fla. A. HUMMEL which is delivered to you herewith NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO residing within said Special Tax Alan C. Moore. being In Plaintiffs Attorneys whose
on or before October 21, APPLY FOR FINAL School District who are qualified STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP All of said property of name and address is:
Upholsterer 6 yrs. A. D. 1963.Herein DISCHARGE electors entitled :to vote In elections MANAGEMENT ANDCIRCULATION. the County of Clay State I GOLDMAN. PRESSER &

tail not or decree pro Notice Is hereby given that we pertaining to Special Tax Florida. LEWIS
confesso will be entered agralnstyou have filed our Final Report and School Districts aa defined by (Act of October 23, 1962. Section Unless such certificate redeemed or certificates according -1: 549 Florida National Bank Bldg
shall be
ELECTRICALAtlas L for the relief prayed in the Petition for Final Discharge as and in accordance with the Constitution 4369. Title 39. United States Jacksonville 2. Floridanot.
bill of complaint. Executrices of the Estate of and Statutes of the Code) to law the property later than the 12th day of

SIGN PAINTING THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT Laura M. Franz. deceased; and State of Florida. shall -be Qualified 1. Date of Filing: 27 Sept. '63. described In suCh be certificate sold to the or November. 1963.
I BEING FOR DIVORCE. 'that on the 25th day of October. and entitled to vote in said 2. Title of Publication: Clay certificates will courthouse If you fall to do so Decree Pro
Electrical & Mechanical WITNESS my hand and the 1963. we shall apply to the Hon election; that the Supervisor of County Crescent. > highest bidder at Monday Confesso will be entered againstyou
seal of said Court at Green orable Thomas J. Rivers. County Regiatrataion of the County of 3. _Frequency of Issue: Weekly. door on the 1963. for the .relief demanded in
CompanyWe QUALITY Cove Springs. Florida this Judge of Clay County. Florida Clay. State of Florida. shall be. "" *- in Month of November.of Novem the Complaint.
17th day of September A D. for approval of said Final Re- and he hereby is. requested 4. Location of known office which Is the 4th day The nature of said suit being
1963. port and for Final Discharge as furnish The Board of Public Instruction of publication: 209V.. Walnut ber. 1963. for foreclosure of mortgage encumbering
do all types>> of electricalwiring. SIGN PAINTIINGLEE GEORGE I* CARLISLE. Executrices of said estate. of Clay County Flori Street. Green Cove Springs. Fla. Dated this 23rd day of Sep- the following described .

Clerk Circuit Court Dated this lath day of Sep dan certified list of all electors 5. 'Location of the headquarters tember. 1963. CaTUsle.C1H'k real property situate
By Vivian H. Sohm tember. 1963. residing within said Special or general business office! George L. Court .of, In Clay County. Florida. to-wlt.
WARNER Deputy Clerk Mary Stevens Tax School Districts who ar* of the publishers (not printers): of Circuit florida; Part of Lots 1 and 2. Section
RAY SHIP J. C. Sapp. Cora MillerAs qualified electors entitled to 209 Walnut St. Green Cove. Clay County. 1963 34. Township 6 South. Range
305 Gtendening Road Attorney for Plaintiff Executrices of the vote in said election as definedby Springs Florida. Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 26 East. as,recorded In Deed
Owner and :Manager Address: P. O. Box 446 Estate of Laura M. Franz. and in accordance with the 6. Names and Addresses of Book 64. Page 39*. except

Orange Park. Ft*. Green Cove Springs Fla. Deceased. Constitutional Statutes of the Publisher; Editor and Managing I LEGAL NOTICE that part in State Road No
a Phone 284-9228 Sept19.. 26. Oct. 3 & 10. 1963 Pub. Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963 State of Florida. Editor: Duncan G. Groner. 209 W. 3 and except that part In
Phone 264-6318 'SPECIAL- TAX SCHOOL DtS- Walnut SU. Green. Cove, Springs, Official Record Book 3*.
...-- '- TRICT 'ELECTION FOR CLAYCOUNTY. Fla. Page S07. pubi** records of
3. IMS 7. "OwnerIf owned by a corporation TAX DEED Witness me- hand and the *ell
its name and address Sff. 1-4.18. F.S. of said Court at Green Cove
1. BALLOT FOR ELECTION must be. stated and also Imme- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Springs. Florida this 3rd day of
[ OF TRUSTEES: diately thereunder the names that R. E. Sapp. the holder of October. A. D. 1961.
I [CL1IIF1IE1EEiAfISJ I INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: and addresses of stockholders the following certificates has George L. Carlisle
I Indicate your choice by markingan owning or holding 1 percent or filed said certificates for a tax Clerk Circuit Court
"X" after the name of the more of total amount of stock. deed to be issued thereon. The By Grace M. Carlisle
person or persons of your choice K not owned by a corporation certificate numbers and years of Deputy Clerk
for the position of trustee or the names and addresses of th. Issuance. the description of the Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963
by writing in the name oft the individual owners must be given. property and the names In

-T- person. or persons of your choice If owned by a partnership cr which' it was assessed are as -
for tne position ana roamingan other unincorporated firm its follows: LEGAL NOTICEEMERGENCY
FOR SALE House almost LOST Grey gunmetal wo "X" thereafter. Vote for and address. as well as Certificate No. 101.
: new FOR RENT: 5-room house on WANTED Citizens interested name
man's containing red three peor ona. that of each individual must be Year of Issuance. June 1. 1956.
- ; 2H miles north of town on 4 acres, with fruit trees.: $55 a purse 2. BALLOT! FOR SCHOOL. given.) Description. of Property: ORDER
personally or financially, wallet etc. Lost Sat.. Sept. 28 TAX DISTRICT MILLAGE LEVY Name: Crescent Press Inc.. 209 Lot 29 Blk 10. Fleming Island 165 (63-21)
I paved highway. Shaded lot. month. Oranredale Rte Box INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS:
W. Walnut.. Green Cove Springs. Estates. Notice Is hereby given that
building a 2-party: system of
in GCS and identification "X" in
I Papers Indicate by marking an Name in which assessed:
__Quiet. Two bedrooms hardwood 46. Call GCS 2844463. 10-3-p Florida. the Game and Fresh Water Fish
1 whetheryou
government In Clay County cards urgently needed. the space after 8. Known Bondholders. Mort Harold J. Mann. Commission of the State of
[ floors. Adequate' down favor the proposed mlllage gagees. and other security bold- All of said property being In Florida. acting under authority -
Phone 284-6666. under the banner of Barry Reward no> questions asked.May levy which Is necessary for the ers owning or holding 1 percentor the County of Clay. State of conferred upon It by the
I If
payment. approved school term. you of total amount of Florida.
- Goldwater. Needed: workers more Constitution of the State of
9-12 tfe be returned to The Crescent favor a different millage levy bonds. mortgages or other securities Unless such certificate or certificates Florida. Chapter 372 Florida

_ FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom and money. Contact HaroldG. office. 10-10 p write the levy you' favor after (If there are none so shall be redeemed according Statute and by Chapter 165-7.02
line 2. state) to law the property of the Rules and Regulations of
house newly painted inside and Hill by mail at Doctors Inlet 1. Estimated millage levy reQuired Name: Bank of Orange Park described in such certificate or the Commission does hereby establish -

FOR SALE: Country Living: out, reasonable, large yard appliances ; by phone at Middleburg HELPWAOTED-Applicationnow mills._ for the regular- term Ornage Park. Florida. certificates will be sold to the as Wildlife Management .
- 10 the courthouse
bidder at
I 9. Paragraphs 7 and 8 include highest Area those lands In Clay acres; 3 Ige. bedrooms; tarnished. CaD Penney 282-5110. 10-10 tf p being taken for personnelin NOW. THEREFORE GIVEN that NOTICE under in cases ,where the stock- door an the first Mondayin County belonging to Jorge M.

i2" baths fee. paneled livini IS HEREBY holder or security holder appears Month of November. 1963 Valld.Jule situated In Section 28,
; Farms 529-8211. 20tfe Service Department to open and by virtue of and in accordance upon the books 4.f the which Is the 4th day of Novem Township 78 Range 24B. comprising

[room and many other extras. soon Clayton Revels Chrys with election the foregoing will be resolutions held- company as trustee or in any ber. 1963. approximately lOt s'-r :sand

__ _.__an_-"__ ..._ "*.. .I.' _. ..C N other !1 fiduciary! relation the Dated this 23rd day of Sep posted as Wildlife Man.
[Low down payment; balance ler-Plymouth 1050 N. Orange on: J.ueJiWftjr tue' PIANO LESSONS $10 per, A. D. 1963. between the name or tne person afrement Area. This order
_ .
$150 mothly Includes 6% in- FOR RENT-2 bedroom houseon Ave. Phone 2846666. nouns of 7:00 o'clock a.m. and for whom such trustee is George L. Carlisle.Clerk .of take effect Immediately.
of Circuit Court
__ month. l1rs.VIlllam P. Erwin. within the said acting. also the statements In This order shall expire November
terest. Interested parties must large lot. Convenient to 10-S-c 7:00 o'clock p.m. No. the two paragraphs chow! theaofflant'a Clay County. Florida. 4. 1963.
,Special Tax School and be- Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963
B. Mas Call 284-9571. full knowledge A. D. Aldrteh. Director
Shown only by appoint- church. be conducted the election
I see school Stove 1 to and clerks appointedby lief as to the circumstances and Game and Fresh Water Fish

ment. GCS ,area. Call Swaf- furnished. Phone 2844244.912tfcc. 9-19 tfe inspectors the County Commissioners. 1 conditions under which stockholders CommissionDate
FOR SALE 2 H acres; 3-bed- I- of determiningwho i and security holders : October 3. 1963
[ford Agency, Inc. Jax FL tor- the purpose who do not the LEGAL NOTICB
room frame house completed shall be School Trustees of : appear 'upon By O. E. Frye. Jr..
books of the companies trustees -
Assistant Director
9-19,26. 10-5,12 Tax
-7717.. p said Special
9 mos. ago. Three wells, barn, and to determine the number of hold stock and securities' NOTICE OF SALK Came and Fresh Water Fish
In capacity other than that of
FOR RENT 2 bedroom partly fenced. CaD GCS 284- mill of district collected school tax annually to be a bona a fide owner. Names and Foreclosure entered In cause Pub. Oct. 10.Commission 1963LEGAL *
I.. Would you enjoy a golden levied and addresses of individuals who Notice is hereby given that.I
___ FOB SALE-3 bedroom frame school bath 9739.' 10-10 tIc 'WIthin -eald Special Tax School aretock.J101ders ....._..-..* tA. a 1lna1. o-.r.. nL
house near high ; ; of a corporation -
In business ensuingtwo
gift of opportunity a District Ifor the next
I numbered 3610. in the
which is stockholder or holderof NOTICE
Ibouse l partly furnished on and maintenance a
large yard unfurn. 540 a years .
all your own? Would yon Horse bonds mortgages or other Court of Clay County. Florida.I
FOR SALE Riding of schools In conformitywith
_ bout 2 acres. Phone 284-9559. 284-3849. securities of the publishing cor- will sell the property situated
h.eL GCS in
lOrlO on like a business with NO territorial gentle with children; also goodin all matters resolution and things stated poration have been included In in Clay County. Florida. described :NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO
pOK 103tfe ? Would the foregoing and paragraphs 7 and 8 when the : as: REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
lines Constitution
boundary cattle work. Price. $185. andwith of the the State of Florida. interests of such individuals are Lot F ourteen (14). Block Notice Is hereby given that

yon like to enjoy the positionof Can GCS 284-3010 after 5 p.m. Statutes Dated at Green Cove Springs. equivalent to 1 percent or more One (1) MEADOWBROOK. the undersigned under the provisions
SALE-14 foot boat with this 20th day of SepCOUNTY. of the total amount of the stockor Unit One (1) according to riOJa eroUi'r.: : Laws
TRACTOR ".ORK-l'lowinl', a Sales Advisor and receive 1010cFOR florida. I). 1,u. securities of the publishing plat thereof recorded in Plat of Acts : will

5 horsepower Evinrnde Motor grading and discing. Qualitywork. FREE training under the supervision tember THE, A. BOARD OF PUBLIC co rpo ratios. Book .. Pages 7 and 8 of the register with the Clerk of the
FLORIDA 10. This item must be completed Public Records o f Clay Circuit Court In and for May

_|ind Trailer-Two pairs Water Contract or hourly. of the S. MA* your SALE-Pool Table 4* r 8* INSTRUCTION OF CLAY tfor all publications except County. County. State of Florida, upon
and tow 3 life Wllklnnon those which do not carry advertising public _Ie. to the highest receipt of proof cit publication
jikis rope Phone G.V.. "Bill" Smith International Beauty experts? complete. Can 284-6381. Is/Chairman Jack of Board other than the publisher'sown and best bidder for rash, at the of this notice. the Fictitious
reseners. Phone Wayne Mor- and which are named In north front door of the Clay name ofORAKOF3
_ For Complete data call or 10-10 e ATTEST: Supt. of Sections 132.231. 132.232. and County Courthouse. In the city AVHNUE :MOTORS
284-3249 C. Long.
is %284-5581.: 10-10 p 284-3419 daytime or fmHirrls Clay County. 132.233. Postal Manual (Sections of Green Cove Springs. Clay /5L.. B. ZetlMrWiilUn
10-c write; Kathleen Dyson: Bayer.P. Public Instruction 4335a. 43S5b and 435C of. Title U, County. Florida. between 11:04 gkepfcerd
after 6. 9-19. 26 10-3 Florida
0.- Box 282, Green Cove' FOR RENT -f Bedroom BlockHouse Pub. Sept. 26. Oct. 3. lC). 17. 1963 United States Code) and 2:00 George P. M.. October L. Carlisle 24. 1963. I Pub. Sept.J.26 F.. Oct.HelUrd 3. 10. 17. 1963

_____ ?OR SALE 2 bedroom. 6om Springs, Florida. Penney F rms. Fla. Big C"bIn -: Clerk Circuit Court
__ MALE OR FEMALEwantedto Yard. Rent $50.00 month, un- : By: Vivian H. Sohm I
house with new Fla.roomrarare. Fabulous and New Christmas LEGAL NOTICE < ", =- Deputy Clerk LEGAL NOTICE
furnished. Can Green Cove : 0c ..... (Court Seal)
will make their debut Ono
Asbestos siding. do houseto-house canvass Gifts z! John TV. Trekell. I
15th. 284-9708. 10-10 p NOTICE TO CREDITORS; Marks ', Gray. .Yates. NOTICE OF INTENTION! TO
_ iced for quick sale owner one or two hours a cla1'Vrite ;
IN Re: Estate .- !Ie Conroy 4fc Gibbs.
ring transferred. TeL Hor- P. O. Box 578-M Green Cove. STELLA. MAY COATES ;3- = c 231 E. Forsyth St.. N tJc* is hereby given tha-
LEGAL NOTICE IHceal'l'd.. ek, =:: Jacksonville. Florida I the ndersined under the pr',-
"' GCS 284-2849. 10-3-tfe 9-19 c IN THE COURT: OF THE ..-c "'fr.; AttorneyPub. visions of chapter 84S.C*. Laws
; COUNTY JUDGE.:' CLAY C Qct. 10. 19(3LEGAL of Florida Acts of 1M7. will

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SECOND GAME, > { IIE I-----icn ..


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Richard Alan Koza
Green Cove's Junior High

won its second game last week;: I II

in a play with Starke that featured -j SPOATS i

the agility of Craig!

Looney. I I

Starke received the opening '
kick-off but failed to make
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the yardage. The Rebels received -

ball the to punt about and the 40 broughtthe yard,4 ,,,/ I ".

line then moving the ball more mti.

into their own territory. Loon- =i

ey took a pitch out and madea 'l'e" tI
I "
terrific running touchdown / .
from the 20 yard line for a i J '). :
score of 6-0. .
GC kicked off in the sec-
ond quarter but again Starke

failed to make the yardage so

they punted. The Rebels received I .
the ball and again

Looney went over for the 2nd

touchdown of the game, put-

ting the score at 12-0. j 4 ip e 4

In the 3rd quarter Starke n

made a touchdown and also

made their extra point which At Omchita Devils Take First -
placed the score at 12-7 at the Conference Game 1

end of the 3rd quarter.It .
By Arthur Rivers
was a most thrilling game : '. '-< II
k' "."; .
even to the last seconds when j.' .<, .lJI"k' Clay High won its first con- made up for the loss in hard \

everyone including Coach t' ference game last Friday witha I work by linemen Billy Rakes 1 N
Sohm was watching the time Mo ... 45 ,. decisive defeat over the Fer- Ralph Novack and Joe Puhl
clock Starke had the ball, in nandina Pirates at 'Fernandina. -
The third VIP-
was much
the remained
seconds of the .
like first in that neither team I .
game on about the 3 yard line The game showed a definite
gained a definite advantage. .
and the strategy and team- yy I'yob improvement in the team. In "" .... '..
In the '
final quarter, the Dev- ,
work of the Rebels defenses their first two games the Blue "" < J. <7

held them winning. Devils couldn't get up a full ils were on the drive again ,..... '-"' .
; After a hard drive up the field .. .; .' .- <#T'..
The next home game will be head of steam to go. There 10-yard line. From there a ;"'t ": = > ,.- \

played at Green Cove on Oc- I x was a real change Friday. They the ball ,,- .
came to rest the
on --
tober 30 at 4 o'clock against rtt were there with the one im- winning combination took i : :: t:,"" ,, .
Santa Fe and it is.hoped that portant factor that makes or >
over. Jay Goolsby the Devils'sureeyed I
Coach Elliott will be able to breaks a team: the knowhowto It
quarterback and a
join Coach Sonm and the win. The Pirates had a I
sticky-fingered end, Ole n
team. weight advantagae but thisdidn't
Hodge completed a pass, the t
make difference to
last point to be scored in the
3 linemen like Robert Eichorn game.
who sent one of the Piratesoff
the Next week the Devils will
GREEN COVE SPRINGS meet Baker Photo by Gene Koza.
County's Wildcats
The Pirates won the toss and I
BOWLING decided to receive the ball. The ther The ,team will really Clay High's eye-filling octette of cheer 1 eaders is shown above. They are Vickie ChrIs-

\ Lost Lost game got underway with a l appreciate your moral support. tie at the top; middle row L to r.: Lorraine Wicks, Kay Malone and Maurine Crawford;

Untouchables .... .... 14 6 high -long- punt_by__ the u Devils''I'disappointed.and I assure you you won't be I. bottom row, L to r.: Earline Miles, Elaine Carter, PattI Linsley and Linda Jensen.

Jokers ,.................... 13 7 v 'f vy.r .. Zbm KelSeY. The ball was received -i l ---
ti by the Pirates on their"!
Professors .... ........12 8 I I
27-yard line. This is where'the Raiders Bolles 20 0
Kingfishers ..............Jl 98Balls first mistake of the game Rap I

.................... 10 10 occurred. The receiver fum- I GREEN COVE CURB MARKETNorth
I bled and Clay nearly reCoverd. By Arthur Shad
Magnolia ,.............., $ .UChampions
ant Cf Uif top>> interior letter and Is expected to After a fatal attempt to gain The Orange Park Raiders .McCalflty bobbled the ball on, Orange Are. Green Cove Springs

.... ........ 6 14 linemen at OuJcJ Lt- Baptist! carry a heavier load this season enough yardage for a first showed flashes of their '62 the Raiders 25 and Bolles had

Dryers .................... 5 15The College this year is Don Miller down the Pirates decided to form played as a they favored completely Bolles team out- I a golden. opportunity., But WEEK-END- SPECIALS

( Jokers moved into sec- punt. again the Raider defense rose
190-pound ,
a guard son At Ouichlta be is tnajor- and won 20-0. .
It the
ond place by dropping the of Mr. and Mrs D. H. Millerof WM turn to' get to the occasion and stopped
lug in Basinetf Administration. that all-important first down The first quarter was a close FRESH BREAD 2 LOAVES 25l
League leaders 3 to 1 with the march this time on the 20.
I Cove. Hi is a 1962 graduate on trying once unsuccessfully.This affair with the Raiders hav-

Freeman Everett's 513 and Bart Don a sophomore saw of Clay High School. battle continued all ing to make an early defensive The contest remained mostlya WHITE BACON BY THE SLAB IB 27

Christian's 423 leading the I enough action last season to through the first half with stand. The Bulldogs drove to defensive battle until late in

way. Tom Durrance's 529 was neither side gaining the ad- the Raider fifteen before the the third period when the
Big-O defense rose to the occasion SMOKED BACON BY THE SLAB Lfi 29
high for the losers. Loel Judy Raiders got their biggest breakof ,
The second half brought a and, halted the march.It .
rolled a 222 for high single Bogey Tournament At GCS Golf Course I the evening. Dave McCaf-
was the first of many as -
new game for the Devils. They NECK BONES 2 US 29*
and Jim McCullough had a I took to the air which provedto time and time again the Raid- fity punted the ball dead on

513 triple. t The Green Cove Springs Golf be the best thing they did, ers thwarted a Bolles potential the Bolles three and on the '

-- Association began a "Blind all night. After a hard drive scoring threat. 'first play from scrimmage SWEET POTATOES LB 5tFIA.

ogey Golf Tournament" on up the field, the ball was The Raiders opened scoringIn tackle Rick Liner recovered a GRADE "A." MEDIUM
moved to the 7-yard line. It the 'second quarter when
Tuesday October 8th. which
W.D.Morris fumble at the
bulldog same
will continue through Sunday was from there that the ball Bill Midgett recovered ,a fum- spot. Jim Booth scored on a EGGS 3 OOZ, $1.00
would find its way into the ble at the Bulldogs 25. Harry
Distributor October 13th. Prizes will be hands of Olen Hodge in the Roberts skirted end to the three yard drive drive off a (with $5.00 or more Food Order Limit 6 Dozen)

given for 1st 2nd and 3rd end zone for the first score of seven an dfrom there it was good hole through the right .

All Jersey MilkFor places.All the game. Now the Devils had Jim Booth smashing seven side of the Bolles line. Booth

I members of the associa- the confidence to go all the yards for the score. Booth also ran the conversion and

tion are urged to take part in way for another touchdown also kicked the pat and the the Raiders lead 14-0 with sec- .
which would come again in the Raiders were off to a 7-! lead-
this tournament. fourth quarter. The second Bolles threatened once more in,onds remaining in the third
HOME DELIVERY - - --- --
quarter saw spectacular runs the half but a fifteen yard quarter. ,

by Clay's ace backfield men.Rdnnie penalty for a personal foul The Raiders final score came i J
CALL 264-9949 or 284-3166 Williams and Wayne stopped the tdrive which I'VE GOT A REGULAR PRICE
in the fourth period when they
Henderson. The only man hurt reached the Raiders three. I GASOLINE THAT MATCHES i
set up shop on the Bolles 37.
on the Devils' team was guard On the first play of the sec- PERFORMANCE OF i
Mike Maguire but the Devils ,ond half quarterback Dave Harry Roberts Mike Bertolanl. PREMIUM GASOLINES
and Jim Booth along with I I'IN
3 OUT OF 5 CARS! '
:quarterback Dave McCaffity .

Keystone Indians Massacre Williston I.drove the Raiders to their final I :: /

score. It was McCaffity going _- - -
By Harold Snellen I .
the final yard on a sneak to
Williston's homecoming was 1 from McMurtry to Gary Cooper. 1@
rudely and thoroughly upset The half ended 19-0 Key- sew it up for the Raiders. The

last Friday night by the Keystone stone. I extra point was blocked and

Indians. Keystone's 32-7 Keystone showed no mercy the Raiders had made their

t victory was an amazing come- in the 3rd quarter as they sent I record 2-1. The Bulldogs
back from the 33-0 defeat halfback Elan Glisson on a 5-
+\ record stands at 0 wins and
WL handed them by Bunnel the yard drive up the center to I

} ,, ,%;::J previous week. paydirt. Again Keystone's defense three defeats.
,#'n" ,; The Indians received the held Williston yardless I The next game for the Raid- 1

_- opening kick-off and wastedno and gained the ball late in the ers is on the 1th of the month

time in showing they meant third period. I as next Friday they have an
business setting the first
up McMurtry pulled out on an I open date. Their next oppon-
T. D. by rushing in 10 plays
around end and
option right SINCLAIRDino
from their own 45 to Willis- ent is Baldwin. The Indiansare
decided to run which he did
F tons's 40. They clinched the I ranked top in the St. Johns
for a 60 yd. touchdown. Back i
tally with a 40-yard pass play Cliff Chapman connected with fend i River conference and presently
from Mc-
quarterback Jimmy
; Cooper to make the score' stand undefeoted. So it will
:3 Murtry to fullback John Allen- f
32-0. i j be a tough one for the Raiders
The point after failed.
The ball changed hands rapidly Keystone's second string was i but another team effort should.

during the first quarter scattered into the action during 1 bring the Raiders record to 3-1. Sinclair AYE CARE .
the 4th quarter and Wllliston's -, .
and no scoring was done. ABOUT YOU .
Billy; Reese tallied on a
Early in the second quarter .
4 yd. drive. The point after) ABOUT YOUR CAR !
Keystone opened up full throt- I
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sgood. The ended 32-7. Murrhee
TEMPEST CUSTOM DEBUTS Entirely new for 1964 the Tempest Custom four- tle as soon as they got the balL wa

''door sedan above features a rich interior of Morrokide vinyl coated fabric and floor car- McMurtry connected with Allen Standouts for the Indianson Insurance Agency J. Q. Tire Service

peting. The Custom series includes a two-door sports coupe, a convertible and four-door again, after a 2-play ground offense were John Allen:

station wagon. The new Tempests are nearly nine inches longer and have a box-type attack for a 52yard score. and Jimmy McMurtry. The "

frame for improved riding. A Pontiac-built six-cylinder engine is standard and a V=8 The Indians sparkling defense entire defensive team was a JESS QUIGLEY

is optionaL Emerging as a new and different car is Pontiac's 1964 LeMans convertible held the Red Devils for standout for Keystone defense. ADIATI

below. The LeMans models have all new*styling and are quickly identified by their dis no gain after the kick-off andso The Indians gained a. total; Manager

tinctive grille treatment and rear end design. To continue the sports car theme LeManstail received the ball on downs. of 283 yards rushing and 132
lamps are integrated within a decorative rear end panel. Standard equipment includes Once again halfback Allen yards for seven completionsout j Orange Are. at Center Street Green Cove Spring

bucket seats, custom steering wheel of solid plastic and door to door carpeting pulled through and; scored a of ten pass attempts. They] See: RICHARD MURRHEE Phone 2&4-9131

of nylon blend loop pile. The LeMans is also available in a two-door sports coupe. 34 yard reverse. The point travel to meet Crescent City ( Agent
after was made good by a pass next week in a conference vie. Phone 473-4786 I.