The Clay County crescent

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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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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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(The first of a series of 'three articles) 1. A 12-month school year divided into four groups efficient and during the summer months they are depreciating -

with sessions running 240 days 33 per cent monuments to wasteful utilization." -
A 4-point program designed to improve substantiallythe .
:: ,'. more than at present. Calling attention to the fact that the average school
quality of education provided by the County's public
-c 2.,. Division of the school: day ,into seven 45-minute year in Clay County now comprises 180 days he pointedout
school system was outlined this week by S. Bryan Jennings -
:.- periods: instead of the present six 50-minute that Sweden's school year is 234 days; Germany's 240
of Middleburg.Mr. .
,jr periods. days; France's 210 215 days; the Soviet Union's 210 235
Jennings a leading Jacksonville lawyer for several -
,3. Abolition or minimization, "spectator athlet- days. etc."More.
decades prior to his retirement in the late Forties a .;;.
ics," and the implementation of a physical fitness than 100 years ago, youngsters in New York
longtime member of the Florida State Chamber of Com-
program benefitting alL Chicago. Baltimore. Cincinnati and other American cities
merce Committee on Education and a member of the
4. Greater emphasis on mathematics and the pure went to school 11 or more months a year. When they
Board of Trustees of Stetson University for 40 years is
sciences. came out they were academically prepared for college."
still a potent 1-man lobbyist for a higher quality of edu-
In the study of his secluded home between Doctors Public school teachers are now paid for 10 months
cation in Florida schools. His pointed articulate letters
find their way into the meetings of county school boardsall Inlet and Mid
William Sherman Jennings said that year-round use of practice in a number of cities throughout the nation
over the State; and all ask: "Why "Why not
higher" the County's public school facilities especially its four they would be paid for 12 months. After teaching 27

Praising The Crescent for its publication last week of high schools is a must in meeting the needs of a months, teachers would be entitled to a 3-month paid

the recently-released proposals of a special committee of mounting school population without constructing addi- vacation.
Students would have their vacations in shifts.
tional facihties. Thus
the New York Board of Education Mr. Jennings called

/ for the following innovations in the County's public. school "During the regular school session, as it is now designed for Instance. A. group would vacation in Sept., Oct., and a
S. BRYAN JENNINGS system: ," he said, "our buildings are too crowded to be (Continued on Page 2, Col. 5 and 6)


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As A Matter of: Fact Sales Despite 2 Cent RiseDespite '

Gym In Honor of Hirris Long
\ the 2-cent rise in the cost of milk in the County's

public schools, there has been no drop in school milk consumption -

according to Julia Smith. County school lunch supervisor.The .

The State General Revenue Fund was '.givgp another substantial price of a la carte milk in the Volusia County public i A proposal by representatives of "a large segment of the

boost last month by the State Beverage Department schools has been lowered to four cents a half pint because of a H' i i Negro citizens of Clay County" that the newly-completed $60.000

whose total collections amounted to well -over $9 million according drop of approximately 47 per cent in a la carte (without the '" ,- gymnasium at Dunbar High School be named in honor of

to Richard B. Keating Beverage Director. meal) milk sales. Mrs. Gladys Earnest Volusia 'school lunch- County School Superintendent Hirris C. Long was presented to

I The Department's report for September shows 9351602.51 room supervisor said the loss could be made up from federal the School Board on Monday.

was collected for the 30-period representing an increase of funds. 1' W. The Board at its regular October meeting, took no actionon
the petition but Members of the
) 28.56 per cent or more than$2 .million over the same period Such an absorption of milk sales losses cannot be made up promised an early answer.
; board voiced satisfaction at the request and indicated it wouldbe
: one year ago. >; j znr- =: in Clay County according to Miss Smith because Clay receives !)I .

I This amount brings the total collections for the first three federal funds (an avergae of 5.1 cents for each meal served) H ; approved.

months of fiscal 1963-64 to nearly $30 million. Keating said. the basis of whole Mary Lois Arline of Orange Park who is librarian at the
on the lunch with milk rather than, as in ., y : I
ItF Dunbar school acted for the With her
increase noted In the of tax as spokesman group.
The greatest was Collection on the case of Volusia County for milk alone.
: were Calvin H. Brown Dunbar principal; Mrs. Mary Filmore
cigarettes which moved fronv; Z.6 mlhifttttln; .. September 1962. Miss Smith said there had been no noticeable confusionas
also of Orange Park; and Mrs. Leslie Myers, of Green Cove.
to $4.1 million last month AT tncrease"of over $1.5 million.
a result of the action of the school board in raising,
Text of the follows
This was largely due to the additional i tax Imposed by the Leg school lunches from 30 to 32 cents (with milk), and a la carte 41tv t j 0 petition :

islature, the Director explained -' ti around the State will from five to seven cents a half pint. Cafeteria cashiers are n a -We represent a large segment of the Negro Citizens of
Clay County and we have come before you this morning witha
share in cigarette collections! with the Beverage Department handling the embarrassment of pennes in their' stride and approximately -
returning to them most of the-money collected in their area. recommendation. We hope that you will give this recommendation -
I 75 per cent of all County public students are: buy- -
immediate consideration in order that will
Accounting for the remaining jryijor:;: portion of the month's ing their lunches at the cafeterias. t7 your we
collection was: Liquor $2,290,417.75; ; Beer, 2425593.30; and ': be able to proceed with our plans.
I Whereas under the school lunch program. Clay gets ap- "The Recommendation is: Because Superintendent Long
wine,,:$406.871.48. Miscellaneous for licenses and -
!. .. harpies!; : permits
roximst StJ. cents a meal,jeimhursement for luncl
o&ections *said.r' ; : __ has done much for Education in Clay County and particularlyhe
) make up the balance of the Heatttg
I served those counties receiving federal'eim1)ursement) for milk# w'IIIRRIS has done much for the advancement of the Negro ae a wholein

JT .i I alone receive only about two to four cents for each student- f Clay County, in both the Adult Education. Program and the
-r served. Day Program for boys and girls we feel that it is only fitting

Miss Smith said she believed that any misunderstanding or I and proper that we name the Gymnasium at Dunbar High

\ The St. Johns County Program .of Practical Nursing con-. confusion growing out of the milk price rise and the resultant School The Hirris C. Long Gynasium in honor of the man who

tinues to accept applications forrlt3f1rst class to begin in Jan- increase in the price of milk sold to public school students was I has been instrumental in building the gymnasium to help boys
I uary. :TT.: caused by the fact that each county has handled the situation and girls reach their maximum in their growth and develop-

While inquiries have been recefred-from residents of Clay forced on them by milk producers and the Florida Milk Com- ')J ment.

County, program authorities stressHfitXtrapplications: are not being mission in a different way. LONG I, "We would like to have your permission to name this build-

accepted on a first come first nerved..basis.. Applicants-jwill Ing in honor of Mr. Long at our Dedication Service"

be selected on the basis of qualifications_ and anyone interestedin In other action the Board turned down a request of .the
applying, should request application blanks. Both male and Commissioners Push Road :
Penney Farms School PTA to aid in the purchase of a curtainfor

: female applicants may apply. Bell the school's stage and referred back to Mr. Long the requestof

The course is twelve months and includes class room instruction Mrs..Arthur Attorney a school bus driver for a pay raise. The sense of the Board'sresolution
\ supervised practice and '.clinical experience in the Program In Spite of
HoldoutsI was that if the driver met the standards (In daily-
School hours-will be from 8:30 A.M.
Jlagler Hospital facilities. :
Dies In At I mileage) of an earlier resolution she would receive the pay

1; to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday:: 'Upon satisfactory com Hospital 79 The Board of County Commissioners are scheduled to meet I increase; if she did not. she would not.
of the certificate,is awarded and
pletion course a graduates are
at 7:30 o'clock this evening with property owners on the so- The Board voted to accept three candidates for three positions -
eligible to take Florida State Board of'Nursing. examination to Services for Mrs. Susie Smith
called Studebaker-Bartholf Road to discuss paving all but 2500 as school trustees. They will run unopposed. They are
i' qualify as a Licensed Practical 'Nurse: Bell who died Saturday aftera feet of the.road. I' M. L. Beasley of Keystone, who has indicated he will also,run
Among other prerequisities. the awllcanf must be seventeen long illness at Clay Memo-
1 for mayor of Keystone; Glenn Ryan of Doctors Inlet; and Clifford -
of and must have the equivalent.of 10th grade At its regular -October meeting on Monday, the Board
a rial
I years age Hospital, were held on
I L. Geiger Jr., of Green Cove. Election of these three will
education, as determined by a pre-admission aptitude test. All Monday at the First Methodist passed a resolution calling on the State Road Dept., to pave be held Nov. 5.

( persons desiring information, pr application forms should call Church in Green Cove. Mrs. all but three pieces of the road on which owners will not according Members of the Board expressed very vehement opposition

f or write the Director of ,Instruction., St. Johns County Schools, Bell the wife of Arthur Hamp- to County officials donate rights of way. I to proposals to transport Clay County students to any schoolsin

Box 450. St. Augustine. Florida, telephone VA 4-2811. The ton Bell, a retired attorney fothe I According to County officials the hold-outs on donating I Bradford County. The subject rose when a Keystone resi-

of win be limited, but there is sufficient rights of -James Carey and Hudre whose
number applicants Atlantic Coast Line Railroad -way are Bell propertyis dent asked the Board to cooperate with Bradford County In

time for all interested persons to secure and process their application is believed to have been located at the intersection the unpaved road and State transporting Keystone students to the high In Starke which has

prior to the November 1st deadline for accepting ap the only woman attorney to Road 16. A third hold-out according, to these same officials a broader accreditation than the Keystone High School has.

plications. ::'*? ,- ; : have ever practiced in the S. R. Tillinghast, owner of a piece of property at the other end A. E. Anthony member of the Board from Keystone,

A County. She was 79 years old. of the proposed project where it joins US Highway 17. summed up his feelings in the matter by saying that while he

: \ : Susie Smith the daughter of Shelley Suith. sheriff of Wa- Mr. Carey told The Crescent that his property abutted a supported such public transportation before Keystone got a

kulla County and Mrs. Smith was a school teacher in Aucilla I highway and he did not need a paved road in the same way high school it would be "tearing down what we're trying to

The Florida State Forest Service is offering at production when the county school board appointed a new principal. He others along the line -did. :Be said the road officials were build up."

cost 80 million seedling trees mostly pine for reforestation.Over was A. H. BelL In 1909 she married "The Boss" and movea to asking for a gift of 1600 feet of right of way 20 feet wide.

a period of 35 years approximately L5 billion seedlings Green Cove. While her husband taught school and "read law". This would put his "house within 30 feet of a paved road he

have been planted throughout the'State. the young-bride became a housewife. It was not enough. She said. He reported having offered the County a 5-foot strip as OP Friends of Library ExhibitWhat

t 1 confided later to friends that she determined the only way she a gift or. as an alternative of selling it what it required (approximately -

could ever see her husband was by being admitted to the bar half an acre) at the going price of property pro-

and practicing ,with him. viding the State Bead Dept.agreed, additionally to move his kind of collar and 1 devastated outpost of the Soviet

The alarming rate of auto accidents on Florida highways house back from the new pared Toad- necktie does an 8-year-old boy, UnionThe items were
She already had behind her a liberal education at Florida
k (1.074 deaths already this year) was the subject of a meeting dressed in his first dinner lent to the Friends of the Library
State University in Tallahasee; a determined however brief Mr. Tillinghast: and Mr- BeD could not be readied for com-
f last Friday in Jacksonville between Governor Farris Bryant and jacket, wear to a glittering ban by the Governor's only
career in Aucilla and Monticello as a teacher of fine music ment.
local members of the Florida Traffic Safety. Council. The arts tn Havana celebrating, 60 son. S. Bryan Jennings, of
s and almost certainly the position of woman in the In other business, the board agreed, to hold a meeting with sears
old the US
j Council sponsored 12 traffic safety bills in' the recent session liberation ofCuba Middleburg. and members of
world of 1905. Passing the bar examination was a push-over. County Judge Thomas J. Rivers to discuss the possibility of ?
J of the State Legislature. 10 becaile law. his family.It .
As the wife of a prominent young lawyer in Green Cove. employing a lull-time juvenile counselor. Tom Frisbee and ,
Claude J. Yates. in summing up the 'necessity of a safety Perhaps more importantly was to the new natten's-
Mrs. Bell bent her manifold efforts toward her career as a wife Archie Padgett representing the Orange: Park::Junior. Chamberof
who ties
program throughout the State of Florida pointed out that. a string to the leg of debut that Governor Jenaiags
I and. after that her duty to her community and her church. Commerce, said the need for a counselor was very pressing.;
Thus far this year. 1.074 deaths have occurred on our high- a firefly and then appends it was sent as. one of the two
ways In Florida and at this rate the death toll would exceed She was. at one time a president of the VIA Woman's Club The board agreed to investigate the possibility of sending to milady's hair-do so that her chief American representatives.

1,450 by the end of the year which would be another all-time a life member of the Methodist Woman's Society .Christian county prisoners to road departments: in other counties if arrangements head will sparkle like a Neon' With him be took his wife! and

states with Service. State president of the WCTU. steward of the First could be made. '. 1 sign when the candles low his
record Other effective state safety councils have are young son. Bryan. By one
been able to reduce the highway accidents, and if we establish Methodist Church and a member of the Clay Memorial: Hos- ered at that ban of those strange eotaeideneee.
pital Auxiliary. 1I
an effective highway safety program throughout the State ofFlorida These are just two of many the American orator of the occasion -

in my opinion, me can cut the highway accidents by Somewhere along the line she ran for the State legislature I questions raised by a display I was WHHam Jennings:
and was defeated by a John Slater
% which would save 362 lives. 59',1nJuries and 37.500 acci- man Smith Sr. of mementoes of the late Governor Bryan the Governor's first

mIllion dollars. We cannot afford not to establish and carry niversary She and four her husband celebrated their golden wedding an- I New Phone NumberThe II William Sherman Jennings -!cousin.:
years ago.
dents,, which would save the'peoPle' of Florida more than 50 and his wife from the Among the items on display
She was buried in the gown in which she had been wed 54
out an effective safety program in the state. Havana festivities that accompanied is the dinner: jacket the young
At the Crescent now has a 264-675L
years ago. services the Rev. Gordon Craig ministerof
the proclamation of American
a boy wore to
one of
: the First Methodist Church and the Rev. Arthur Jameson Jacksonville telephone and The new telephone amber free and independent Cuban! the bans that highttgbted the
former minister of the church officiated. Honorary pall bear- is thus available to personsin is in addition to The nation. social aspects
of the
The Branford Area Men's Club, a lively organization which ers were the stewards of the church Dr.: T. Luke Glennan Orange Park Middleburgand Crescent's old number in liberation
Presented at the Orange The shirt that
has been boosting one of-Florida's,smaller towns for the pasttwo Henry Roland a retired Tallahassee banker and J. B. Thomas. Jacksonville wishing to' Green Cove 24-3166. Park library by the Friends of missing and a Jest went wttb H is .
last week received 2.000 free brochures to help it sheriff of Jefferson County. call in news items- Persons in Green Cove' family
: the
Library, the exhibition question is: what
did he
ygft-r,. .; ,., ., Notices of meetings, should continue 'wear
111 its effort$. -- -' a '" "- -- Active pallbearers were Otis Gosser. Forest Dry, Thomas activities to use the comes from a happier era in with the tuxedo! Was

.Florida Power, Corp. donated_ 4h>-brochures to Branford. Reynolds. John Blocker. Bud Peterson and Frank Cowart. I etc, may be telephoned old number. the relations between the Unit- I shirt with a high winged R a '.., .

of a number of stall:communities_ ___being tided in Burial was in Evergreen at nocharge, to I ceII .
.. cemetery .
ed States tar '
Jacksonville, .. and that
w bit".one f ""i11 :tt- f : ......;: ill-starred so fashionable In (that stftoa "' .
J FunefaHpmeras" -
.! Pmp.I11, % Charge of arrangementsT Island
: nation now a storm- .. (Coined Page 5)


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PAGE TWO ) 5\t\1\aj\ \ Stay THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17. 19C3!
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ItaV $&vmttf Crescent ottikket (Jennings Proposals, continued from Pare 1)) .' develop the intellect." Proceeding from the child's

; concrete observations it seeks to promote "clarity of
1 'J.t ,'. Nov., and attend school the other nine months. B. group
to solve
thought precision In ability
by DUNCAN GRONER would vacation during Dec.. Jan.. and Feb.. and attend .
problems." alms at stimulating the child's receptivity -
school the other nine months etc.
and Subside to what Is noble In man' spiritual life so that
Huff and Puff-- division of the school into 45-
As to the day seven
It against all that Influences man
was a high tribute to the people of the County and to he may be
our sense of moderation and good faith I believe that repre- minute periods instead of six 50-minute periods as cur- toward ugly r w.u1p.i; "desires and passi eBL'S The

Late last week the entire Kennedy Administration bristled sentatives of Dunbar High on Monday went before the County rently practiced. Mr. Jennings feels that the additional school cultivates in the child a sense of duty lore of

in indignation;: Soviet troops on the 110-mile superhighway Board of Public Instruction and petitioned that their new gym- period could be used for extra-curricular activities."A work,,firmness of conviction and a striving for truth

separating West,Berlin from West Germany had dared halt an nasium be named in honor of Harris C. Long. member of the band is pulled out of class for band frankness and love of Jlb tiy.- Finally the school

American convoy of troops and ask for a show of hands. I am very well aware that Mr. Long in the upcoming elec practice. His teacher tells him ii he does not attend class to foster In him, a desire for further self-education."

Having satisfied themselves they had made their point tions may face a sheriffs posse of opponents for the positionhe he may fail the subject; the band instructor (or football

(they were quicker in understanding how well they had madeit occupies. And let it be clear that what I have to say on coach or whatever) tells him if he doesn't come out for

than most Americans), the Reds let our boys go their way. this subject constitutes no scintilla of political soothsaying. practice he won't stay on the band." Mr. Jennings said.

On Monday became known that in the future U. S. troops Recalling that as recently as the administration of
Many people of the County have disagreed publicly and
"will avoid such incidents." In short in the future well get privately with the policies and practices of Mr. Long. What President Eisenhower the physical fitness of the average Matthews To Be At Fish Fry

out and be counted without being asked. each of us thinks poltically is not important. The important American draft-age youth compared unfavorably with

John Fitzgerald Kennedy has done another switch in our thing is that in the midst of a national upheaval in which that of his counterpart in many European; nations. Mr.

traditional International attitudes. President Theodore Roose- racial tensions and crisis and an ugly bitterness have been the Jennings said the present system of athletics is failing Congressman D. R. Matthews to the community in the field

velt advocated speaking softly and carrying a big stick. Jackie badge of so many communities we have here a declaration more to perform its basic function: to build physical fitness will be guest of honor at the of .soU conservation.T. .

hollers his head off and in his hand is an umbrella the same eloquent than any we whites might bespeak, of patience and among all Americans. Besides he added "spectacular fifth annual Fire PreventionFish J. Jennings. Jr. of Green

one with which the late Neville Chamberlain heralded "peace tolerance and goodwill.As athletics are murder" as far as quality education is con- Fry at 4:30 o'clock Satur- Cove in recognition of outstanding -

in our time," precipitating World War U. to the naming of the new Dunbar gymnasium let us cerned.On day at the Satsuma headquarters service to the community -

The classic pattern of tyranny is first the hand of friendship each of us ponder what alternatives had these men and the subject of his fourth point. Mr. Jennings said of the Florida: Forest Serv' i in the field of Game

the beguiling smile to coax from the next fellow the bloodin women who went on Monday before the board of Public In- facetitiously that in the Missile Era we should not haveto ice. Members of the Committee and Wildlife Conservation.The .

his veins. If that doesn't work the next step is threat struction. In the bitter frustration and the cretin reaction to go to war with Germany to capture German nuclear making arrangements tor Crescent in recognitionof

bluster blackmail. If they don't work the final stab in the feeling that Is abroad today something far less palatable scientists to show us how to do it. nor even to import the party have extended an in- its outstanding service in

the back the coup de grace Even that doesn't always work : than the name of Harris Long to his worst political enemy them from northern universities to such missile centers as vitation to everyone In the disseminating information on

but it seems to those who lust for power worth a fling. However might very easily have been proposed. Canaveral. County to attend.A the conservation of the coun-

it's always well to know the nature of him who is being More years ago than I like to remember I sat in a federal Admitting there is "no patent medicine for education feature of the program :ty's natural resources.

stabbed. courtroom an observer nothing more at a very moving cere- ," Mr. Jennings said the ratio of drop-outs is far too 'will be presentation of Conservation -
But Mr. Kruschchev only needs to get to the bluster-and- mony. The Chief Justice of the United States was there and high. Public school students are required to attend classes Fund awards. Theseare

thrcat stage. Jackie backs down every time. He backed downon delivered the principal address. As he put it then a quorumof until their sixteenth birthday. He would change this to sponsored by the ::Sears THE LAST LAP

the invasion of Cuba, he backed down on the Soviet armingof his colleagues were present. In front of me, before the bar read until the end of the year in which ,their sixteenth Roebuck Foundation under the

Cuba, he's backed down on the head count. sat my father. And a small boy my son. named for him. unveiled birthday occurs.: auspices of the Florida 'Wild The Florida Supreme
Before the next election there is every likelihood that a his portrait in view of 200 or more of the leading lawyersof Court on Tuesday heard
He said further that the County Is not utilizing to its life Federation.
communist government will be proclaimed somewhere between the nation. My father took it all in his stride. I maintained fullest the so-called "enrichment money" which is avail arguments, on. the constitutionality -

Guatamala and Venzuela. But Nikita Khrushchev need not something less than a decent public countenance. I decided able. This provides for one teacher during summer ses- Among those named are: of the legislativeact

fear. We will huff and we'll puff and then well subside intoa then and there that monuments to the dead were an empty sions for every teacher employed during the winter. George Wise of Green Cove under' which the City of

sulking-tent and send the Soviets more US-subsidized wheat. gesture. I believe as we have the Cherry School and the for his outstanding work in the Green Cove last month pur-
From drawers and bookshelves his study the tall,
Charles E. Bennett School that any meaningful gesture of ap- field of soil forest and game chased the naval base.
soft-spoken lawyer drew paper on paper book after book
preciation must be declared to the living. conservation practices carried The court is expected to
I from all over the nation to point up his program.In .
MISS Susie And yet, there is here a far far more important issue than out on his farm.L. hand down a decision in the
the end he pointed to excerpts from "Swiss Schools
any honor which the Board of Public Instruction, at the gener- matter within the next six
And Ours, by Admiral Hyman G. Rickover. the so-called
J. Barrie. Jr. of Green
ous behest of representatives of the Dunbar School may do weeks.
Mrs. Arthur Hampton Bell "Miss Susie" or, more prob- father of our nuclear submarine program and a filibust- Cove for his outstanding work
Hirris Long.
"Susie" to countless friends, proteges and admirers, no-holds-barred The enabling act authorizing -
ably just ering campaigner for more quality and In connection with youth guid-
The issue the crux of this question is not whether the
to most of whom she referred as her "children" is dead at 79. more quantity in America's educational program.Of Green Cove to issue
Dunbar gymnasium be named for Hirris Long: it is, as this ance in the county. /
A resident of Green Cove for more than half a century she Switzerland Admiral Rickover wrote: revenue certificates to buy
enriched the community in which she lived; she was friend generous petition indicates the political and social climate of "Because in the Swiss scheme of life much is James H. Parker principalof the base has been under attack -
mother-confessor to and old- the, whole County. Clay High School.'for his for months by attor-
mother banker and newcomers expected of education it is taken seriously; because
For it is on this basis that our future devolves.I outstanding service in the field representing two Clay
much serious thought is given to education high neys
timers.She discussed this root-question late last week with a man I conservation of
leaves behind her in her friends, a heritage of gentle- scholastic levels are achieved. It is not so much the of education in County residents and a third
regard as the most astute and winning political figure in theCounty's the natural resources of the one who resides In St. ,Johns
ness and goodness.Jr's money put into a country's school system that countsas
future. Hewas, quick to say that our whole economy
County. County.
the care and the thought, and the kind of people
our economic security lies in the lap of a willingness to com-
who do the planning and organizing and teaching.We Carrol Baker of Lake Geneva The City was represented
promise. The road of decency on which we are set is the right Berwick
3 R's Equal $75 Million In this country have not at least until quite in recognition of her out- before the court by
road, I believe.
of Green Cove
recently taken education seriously. As Robert standing service to the com-
Two weeks ago one of the leading ministers of the County
and Thomas II. Anderson
Hutchins puts it, "We could see no reason to." Only munity in the field as junior
The principal obstacle lying athwart the constitutional and I attended a meeting in a nearby city of the KKK. It of Miami. The three plain
now are we beginning to realize that education is conservationist.J. .
amendment to authorize issuance of bonds for expanded (college was locally billed as a meeting of those who believed in "Kan- tiffs were represented by
crucial to national survival. The Swiss have knownit
) educational facilities Is a flock of smokescreen artists.No ning the Kennedy Klan" a movement in which I would for a long time. P. Hall of Green Cove, for William II. Maness, a Jack-

one will gainsay that a boom state must provide proper join as an articulate mover. As it-was, it was sordid and ugly his outstanding services to the sonville attorney. In legal
Our school year has 180 days as compared to
I and adequate housing and classroom facilities for a rapidly expanding with prayers spoken in the name of Jesus Christ evoking His community in the field of forestry skirmishes that went on
their 240, so that at the very least nine of their
college population. No one will deny these facilities blessing upon at a cross-burning the light of the world I conservation. through the the
_____ school years contain as much instruction time as
will require millions of dollars to construct.But and a lot of other things that would I believe have turned His twelve of ours. I J. W. Mclnarnary. Orange plaintiffs had other attor-
the smokescreen artists try to make it all sound easy ston ach.
The official program for the Zurich elementary-I.Park for outstanding service neys.
and inexpensive as if the people of Florida could take one dose There is a phrase I suppose it Is Victorian origin I
lower-secondary schools states that its goal is "to
of it and be done. This just is not the fact. that was once much used. It was "noblesse oblige I have,

The bond issue arose out of the need and/or wish of Florida for many years, sought an absolute translation. The closestI

leaders to construct in Florida something akin to the Massa- can come is the obligation, of the Haves to be decent and 1

chusetts Institute of Technology; a great seat of higher sci- aboveboard to the Havenots.To .

entific learning that would feed learned scientists into Canav- those who would negate my purpose I must. I suppose

eral. By the time the legislature got thru pork-barreling the' point out once again that I am a Virginian born and reared.I

problem, the money was for every college in the state and the Both my grandfathers served in the Confederate Army; one a '
MIT-of-Canaveral had been lost in theshuffle.. Though this general officer the other (aged 17) a private. One of my The Bank of Green Cove Springs

negates the original intent of the matter it is well and goodto grandfathers was the only one of three Southerners on the

take care of the little colleges. They have a local appeal. Unit i i States Supreme Court who quit the court at the out- --_. .

Junior can learn to read: and write and play football by bus break of the war to cast his lot with the Confederacy. He was
or Shank's mare. I the last member of Jefferson Davis's cabinet to remain in Rich- Housing Loans For Home Improvement :

The smokescreeners talk of $75 million they don't say mond before it fell to Union troops; and for his efforts, he I

it covers the needs of the'state only during the first two years; was imprisoned in Fort'Pulaski as a prisoner of war He stayed '. "",""";;.. : -: \..;

that the ultimate cost may be as much as $400 million or more. I in the pokey until the entire membership of the United States I FHA Title I :" '.

They tell us to vote for the amendment or we'll have to pay the Supreme Court petitioned President Johnson to release him. \

bill for the expansion by new taxes- They do not say who is What I am here suggesting is that we, at all costs maintain I

going to pay the bonds off; though when cornered, they'll tell the course of tolerance and evolutionary progress on which I I
These loans can be granted to any property cicncr who is purchasing -
you the issue can be amortized from anticipated revenues. So we are now set. I repeat I believe the action of the Dunbar

can the bondede debt of the United States government, thoughit representatives was one of magnanimity. If we are to attract! or has purchased a house, after qualifying through FHA.Standards./ :
may take 20 generations to do it. industry if we are to grow and develop, we must bend ourselves I ;

Let us vote for the bond issue there being no palatable to the realities of 1963.

alternative. But let us realize that (1) the original intent for Noblesse oblige I think is the obligation of those who TIME TO

which the funds were desired has been forgotten; (2)) $75 have had great opportunities toward those whose opportunities I

million is not anything like the limit; and (3) the people of have been more circumscribed.

Florida, or visitors to the Sunshine State, will pay the piper.

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Keystone Candidates
The Goldivater Boom

In what may be regarded"as a prelude to the County's spring
In a recent poll of 261 Republican leaders throughout the
primaries in which it is generally believed there will be some .. 1.
I nation 149 indicated they would support the Presidential can- lively contests for the local seats of power M. L. Beasley says ;;;.; .. .\ .
didacy of Senator Barry Goldwater; 29 said they supported I ::- 1\ '
he is "seriously considering" running for mayor of Keystone \ \':"
Governor Nelson Rockefeller of New York; 83 were in favor: -/7k\ -p
Heights in the Dec. 3 Keystone municipal elections. ."
of a variety of other candidates including Richard Nixon.

George Romney, etc. Mayor LIndsey Walker and two other top town officials I -
Less than 500 Republicans in the County are trying hard have removed themselves from the race. I : Ij\1\

to build an organization on the Goldwater bandwagon. Mr. Beasley who is a former mayor and councilman has: E
However there are others who take an extremely dim view recently been active in the County movement to put in former :: .:.. ,. -... -
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of the Arizona senator's potent chances at the nomination.A I Senator Fred 0; Dickinson as the State's next governor. Two : : ; !

few weeks ago there was a brief boom to draft poor old weeks ago he and George F. Davis of Green Cove, shepherded

t t Ike until someone caught up on his reading of the constitution Mr. Dickinson around the County where the gubernatorial '
which forbids anyone who has served two terms *n the White 'candidate met- with a small group at the Keystone, home of I H -H IRL .

House to run again. Now by golly they are plumping for J Edward Wiggins and. later at a Green Cove hotel with another''

Eisenhower as the Republican Vice Presidential candidate. i small invited group. I'I'i \ -.. t
If Jackie continues to pull his bloopers, the lightning that r"i- :
struck Harry Truman (to his early but not later dismay) could I Bowing out of the upcoming race with Mayor Walker are i' 1'--- ,\ .' 2L ... .z ... .'.. :ti \ -

hit Goldwater. It's an off-chance on which no one in his right the town's tax assessor. Tommy Millican. and Councilman Al -
.,. ... .
mind would lay a nickel. But miracles have happened before. Watson.In .

making his announceme t. Mr. Beasley said he had been e .

CLAY COtP.CRESC "T approached by a number of people asking- that he run. I I ": ;; The County's Oldest .

_ "What is good for Clay Is rood for The Crescent" Under the town's new charter candidates may qualify by, :.. ; ,1 tt. '.. r.4r i4 ..-'

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paying $5 fee. it has .
Duncan Goldthwaite Groner Elizabeth Leonard Groner a Heretofore been necessary for any political -!! ( -- it '"

I I Editor and Publisher Eugene Koza Secretary on a petition.aspirant to get 10 per cent of the town's registered voters A'-7 s : : ;. :;'... and Largest. Bank '

General Manager Two other Incumbent councilmen Don Pangborn and Roy -."' "- :: <
Watkins have indicated they would stand for reelection. A :: '. 284-3650. .
Published every Thursday by third cancidate for the town council be George '
may LaRue .... .- .
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Crescent Press. Inc who has said he would run if he were, declared eligible. The 1IJi'. Ji ::.. I. 4f"fi', .1fi" r..
: Congress 49583Sec <,,11( 1'' 4
: Box 578 charter candidate of
P. O. new says a must have resided in the town : "- : ., tr. + .
Green Cove Springs FLu for two years prior to the election. While he has lived in the : ; '' 'i t.

TelephoneGCS .. area for four years his residence within the city limits has : 't' :.:. .

2843166Jacksonville been less than that time. :. .
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264-6751 Our Newly-Installed 21-Hour: Depository :
However. Councilman Bill Beam who helped draft the new -'.: .. .
Clara Matter July Post Office. charter does not believe the ii-"r :
Entered u Second Florida under the Act of March 3. 18ST.t new provision should be retro- .:...:: :, ;. .;. fr
Green lMee Cove+..Spring'S.Cia.. ... ge >.M .t Greece Ore S.ri.g.. Via.. active. He said he would not oppose Mr. LaRue's candidacy. : .

SrBSCLlPTIOW RATES Among others already mentioned as possible council can- k .
'.: ..... ..... ...... ..... ... $4 didates Jack clerk ". '
former town 'S
Year_in advance .....:- --- ----- are Haberstroh and H.: L. Own- __ _....,. iA:. ,
One- advance...-r1'Wo --..........-..............-,-....- $6 bey former councilman. -

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I Green Core''and call GCS Penney'284-5166 Farms subscribers : ( reeti CoUeHeads pi eius"Orange ,?, a '1 "'

Park Middleburg and Jacksonville .. '' '
subscribers call T 26"4..6751 .

Penney Farms School M H C & Penney FarmsReporter Engagement Announced CAR WASH? OUI!

The French Club of Clay
JOSS. HERBERT D. MYERS, Phone 529-8131
e High School will hold a Car

i "rg Mr. and Mrs. William .M. Mr. Gregory had known I.seen in their paintings. Navajos Wash at Spring Park oil Sat-

Mullis who were married Aug- Mr. and Mrs. Witt since 1920 wandering. agricultural 3'f urday. October 19th beginning
;x KY ust 30 in Green Cove were when they were missionaries I and herding tribes while .
I at 9:30 o'clock.Tickets
II II guests of honor last Thursday in .Panama. They also servedas I Pueblos live in villages mak-

II I evening at an open house In missionaries in the West ing their own pottery may abe purchasedfrom

I the Town Hall at Penney Indies .for some 45 years. I In spite of government members of the French

I Farms. Mrs. Mullis is secretary .After the service Mr. and schools and hospitals it can be I Club for $1.00. Cars without

in the main office of Mrs. Gregory brought Dr. Witt seen how they need help to tickets will be charged $1.25.
Shadowlawn Farms. and Mrs. Stubbs to Penney change their primitive religion -I

The pink and white color Farms where short calls were and give them new hope
scheme was carried out in a made on Dr. and Mrs. Barger and aspirations that might

centerpiece of pink roses in amilkglass Mrs.Shepard in the Quad- come from Christian missions.A .

bowl flanked by pink rangle and Rev. and :Mrs. At- delightful social tea was TIIEATREPhone

I tapers in matching holders. kins. Dr. Witt was in the served after the program by CLAY 281-6711

II The same colors were in the Congo for 11 years with Mrs.Shephar's Mrs. Frank Gracey and her Two
Monday thru Friday
II I corsage and boutonniere presented daughter and also committee. Mrs. C. Wright Shows each evening
to the couple. knew the Bargers and the Rev. and Mrs. George Sutton
7 & 9 p.m.
Mrs. John Boyd and Mrs- Atkins while there. poured. a
$ Sat. & Sun. ContinuousFrom
I -.a Raymond Brummitt had decorated 2 p.m.
., a cake for the occasion
tY TheVomen's Guild Meeting The Rev. and Mrs. Daniel L.
and received many compli- oft h e Penney Memorial Snyder, new residents of the Friday & Sat., Oct. 18 & 19
ments as they served it with
Church was held on October Memorial Home Community, BLUE HAWAII
and The cake
0.. punch coffee
was formed by a base of three 9 with the president, Mrs. A. were pleased to have former Photo by Gene Koza starring- -
I S. Barrows presiding .and Mrs. residents of Eustis visit them Elvis Presley
heart-jshaped sections sup- Mr. and Mrs. John L. McCormick announce the en-
last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
George Sutton at the piano.
porting a round upper tier gagement of their daughter Sue Ellen to Gary George and
liam Davidson Mr. and Walter
.The meeting opened with silent -
which was topped by -a tulle- Bachelder and Mrs. Ralph Carlisle son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Carlisle. MR. ROCK JT ROLL
prayer for the ill, and
edged nosegay of lilies-of-the- Strobel all Miss McCormick and Mr. Carlisle were graduated from starring-
safety of returning travelers.
valley and miniature feath- Clay High School in the class of 1963 where :\McCormick Alan Freed
.Photo by Gene Koza
:Greetings were to
ered birds. The entire cake was was chosen Homecoming Queen and Miss Clay High. She is

Benjamin Taylor Peavy, onetime tool and die maker, elaborately iced in white with I the many. new residents in at- employed at the Prudential Insurance Company in Jackson Sun., Moru, Tues. & Wed
onetime Baptist preacher and school teacher, is the new principal pink confectionary roses and The preacher next Sundaya ville. Mr. Carlisle is employed by the Green Cove Springs & 23d
item of business worthyof Oct. 20
of the Penney Farms School. The school, with approx- green leaves. The evening was the Penney Memorial Yarn Company.The .
approximately 40 note was a letter read by the Church 11 o'clock service will GIRL HUNTERS
6th has two other enjoyed by THE
imately 55 students (through grade) wedding is planned for January 24th at the Pres-
secretary Mrs. G. Lyman from be the Rev. J. W. Creighton.
teachers. 3Ir. Peavy, a 'native of Fitzgerald Ga., was a tool guests.Dr. Church.
Mrs. Dora Moser announcing byterian
and die .maker during World War II .went- into the Baptist I ----- _.
and Mrs. G. J. P. Barger her retirement because of failing .
ministry in 1945 at the'age of 35 and four years later took a
bachelor's degree at Mercer University. He has a son, Richard had a brief surprise visit health from the responsibility ,j..j.j..3 ...'..... ..3 j..,._,._.._.,_,._:_:_: :_: :_:_:_: :_:_:-: :-:-:- -:- :-:+H------: : : : :+:"C
of collecting articles for :s_
a civil engineer with the Georgia Highway Dept., by his Thursday evening when Mr.
first wife who died in 1950. His present wife the former and Mrs. E. C. Berry"and Mr: the Good Will Industries and v X *

Peggy Jean Sims of Mystic, Ga., is a granddaughter and Mrs. Howard Faul of.-National her duties to. Church World : WE IIAVE A LARGE {.
Service. Mrs. Moser has servedin
"Uncle Billy" Royal founder of the Royal Singing Conven- City Christian Church, X 4 X

tion in Georgia. They have 'two young sons, Benjamin, 8 .Wajsljington}} D.: C...stopped t! en these'capacities for several %: --:-. 'VARIETY OF HALLOWEEN .{.

years old and 'Von Gene '6. I route to Miami Beach for the years. Mrs. Paul Harrison ..:: -
international 'ronvt! itfun "of will continue to assist in thiswprk. i TRICK OR TREAT ,, :i:

.... ,.. .. ..... .' l'Christian Churches (Disciples) .:.:.' ::: CANDIES. ON DISPLAY NOW, 'w' .:.
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this week. From the. missionary committee \\ : ::: MAKE YOUR SELECTION ..R4 *
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Mrs. Henry Rust reported ;; ..
The Rev. Raymond R. Gregory on the successful mis- ''' EARLY 'P
.... .. officiated- the Commital sion study ''program carried oii !:i:: ..} :
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service for the late Mrs. Edith i in seven sessions during the .:;,:,::' : .. J..
Witt on last Saturday in I summer --with"an "average attendance :,'1, -s. '. > .'.
Hickory Grove Cemetery' of 27. The reading III,I :::': : : :-:-:-:X-XK-X-X-X :-XK: +:""""'+:--iT--H------: : : : : :+'.

Cove. Attending the program is continuing with 15

::J. S1.aterSlJlith;: ::,. .':,:: sep3fjf Gregn. :were:.Airs.. Witt's two books in: circulationand 180 Valuable Plaid I

".'::..... .. : :... : da Vters,.bf.,Pprothy Witt of readers. from June 1 to October. I StampsPrices
.:,'. '.: : : Ne.-wfjbrleans, aid .Mrs. Esther 9.

Insurance { ?: 'S- : : Stuiftjs of 'Bn '1 l.ton. ;with her The devotions were in charge
:. Agency. fouf*+children of Mrs. M. C. Orr:, taking, as a in this' ad are effective through Saturday, October 19th
',>.' *
.., ;- j "A' few of the members ofItHC' theme .the hymn "Take Time
.. "- ;: will remember the Rev. To Be Holy". Following ,the
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'. '. and' Mrs. Stephen Wittwho thought of each stanza Mrs.
came;to Penney Farms in 1938. recommended: as an .appropriate .
: Mi': Witt-.- passed sway shortly personal preparation lor -

after arrival andwasburied; in each.jone.. for -the: 'ears: work
the.Hickory Grove-->:;Mrs. Witt of* the Guild; .i the>'following Round Steak
: remained on about'two years practices: prayer, Christian !

and then went to live with Mrs. fellowship'bearing the burdens -
ft = '
-... .-::. .--' -..-- Stubbs in Bradenton where she of "others much communion i' ; '. :
'::.= 1= ":-. ::,' .. .. -focib. : LEMON CHOCOLATE
_."' ;, LX-- .. passed away on October 3. Had with Jesus seeking. High: guidance ." ,

23 North Orange... Avmue0' Green.Cove Springs.. she lived another five months and keeping His Com 0 I

she would have been. 99 years mandments. Following these STRAWBERRY & COCONUT

I! old. practices the work of the Guild
0- be fruitful and revival In
.: : X *M 'X* rS>< K X XK MXK* X X*<
the Community will begin in

each lieart. Sliced Bacon Fro.zen Cream


Mrs. T. Hunyan, program

chairman presented the featured P I E

t attraction of the after- 2 Ib. Pkg. 78c ,
I noon which was made possible

ti through the gracious generosity -

i Refrigerators Freezers .. Jacksonville of Mrs. Cynthia versatile Parks journalist of-I SUPER RIGIIT WESTERN, MEATY 2 FOR 69 c

I and columnist for the Florida -

Times-Union. Mrs. Parks
I- spoke briefly and introducedher Spare Ribs .

t .. i friend Miss Charity Chitty

t I Washers : Dryers i a who Navajos Mexico former had and and worked government styled Pueblos among herself in nurse New the an 390 Ib.-; _. -- ,

;. .: observer of the Indians as she ,
.* >, '*A'*, had them hex* .
::: : -Ji' seen in work on ..
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: :.' .r r> the Indian Reservation in 1932. FRESH DAILY LARGE ASSORTMENT JANE PARKER BAKED GOODS .
i Miss Chitty selected many of .
: her articles of Indian art and LARGE SNOBALLCauliflower : RED DELICIOUS
1 Stereo' Radio .
I ; i craft work for display and informally 0 S
reminisced of interesting -
:c \ i
experiences associated Apples
J ., *. :::: with each one. From her talkson
I' 3 the pictures drawings handmade = : "
o pottery pieces of. weaving 29 ; ;.: 2'IBS 29 ":
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Dishwashers A : ,- beadwork jewelry and HEAD. : ..

7 ,,* .- : .irorditiors was other produced primitive a artifactsrthere vivid impression : ;. c. ; .;..,I ; ..'t '__
Thrifty Value Creme""Sandwich Jane Parker ,.

:c .. .. ... .' ,- -J .-1 ::-.*:. ,, --f" .. .. :t:. ; of their -iro..ttive'.home 'w .
=!= c.q. : :' ; J. 'JIlt"r 4 life dress art dances
; ; ; econ-: COOKIES -lf S. 2 y PIE H IBS
.. .. : PINEARp ; 390EIGHI
:t.t I'" ... h ""! .. T' -'-." : :-: "t Omyr "native religion and superstitions o' ? :
: ; ; the exploitation of, .
**.' tFurniture 4 heir : American &autJ''iGoJd:Cream sr Je. Mel-o-bit Ariean"Ptm ento Swiss
'--N .V:: *; ? crops cattle,and jewelry I ; c!

B R ONSO"fq 1 Company \.: customs by the i:medicine' health"men conditions; burial I SWICORHf15: OZ CAN 1% CHEESE t 11 1. .PVC 39t

-*. -. '" -.'...., ,..:: and need fo'r.hospitals! .and : '>rv. 't. .-- .
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Ann Pare Peach, Pineapple, ApricotPRESERVES' Ions .1
'lectors leaf belief .
:. ; of death; arid .V to. -; : : : :

: 25 MgnoOc.l ''' Green Cove Springs, Fla. jc |: in feature future-life.of. An their interesting sand 21 t55 ; : IMAT MB, CANS 99.

284-3883 P.O. Box 98 I N: Qt .was-the. laborious put= : \
Phone j. verizing of petrified roek. to: '___. "'-.l! & -- ...M..II l : 'i ----r ""

t +-K"HH.: : : ....:.:-:-: : :-:+:--H---+-''''HHHHi: : : : +:XXX4XXXX: I I : : produce the beautiful colors :
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call GCS 284-3166 range '" .: itlw
Orange Park MiddleburgJacksonville J -

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Orange Park Shopping Center ORANGE PARK AIrs. Setzler's Son Gets High Post OP Sessions r Crescent City

Social Notes On Meat Set / Officials Visit OP

Pfc. Dillon Polk has returned Dr. Robert L. Reddish. associate : Orange Park was visited last

from a year's duty in meats specialist: -at the! week Wednesday by Mayor E
Germany and is spending his -
leave + University of Florida will conduct M Collier and a delegation ct
with his wife Geneva a I
and son. Michael in Orange a course in "How to Get I city officials from Crescer?

Park before reporting to Ft. Al More from Meat" at the Lions j I City who came to Orange Park

7 3 'rr .b Gordon Ga. Club in Orange Park next[to see the new Civic Centc:
i i
fI Wednesday from 9:30: o'clock and to find out how the town
Adm. and Mrs. E. J. S. Young i
until 2:30. had gone about acquiring these
have returned from a six .. -
Visitors are askedto bring a facilities.
months visit in Europe. Most 3. /j
of the time they spent in the sanctwich. City Clerk Herbert Morns

I -r-- British Isles with visits to Ger- The, course is.part of the was host to this group.
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many and Italy. ,adult education program in the r: Orange Park's new municipal

-1 I County. Mrs, Margaret Nelson center will be dedicated on

Mrs. Tom Sidell of Washington home demonstration agent,I
Dec. 1 at ceremonies sponsored -
D. C.. a former residentof and Mrs Judy\ Duerre, Clay
by the Orange Park Lions
,,ra net Orange Park has been the Electric home economist remaking

guest of Mrs Luke Elliott. arrangements. Club.Tire .
.. 4 'tl t.b AIF
a -<4'S

Mrs. W. F. Weymouth. who

was injured recently in an
Crmrrnt Photo by Gene Kora
Cot Service
automobile accident has returned ey

I Construction is scheduled to begin in the near future on Orange arks new shopping home from Baptist Hospital -

t center located on the east side of Highway 17 just south of Kingleys Avenue. The Florida Cor. Park!" & King Jacksonville

I Land Development Co., of Jacksonville which has been clearing and grading the propertyfor
the past several weeks estimated they would complete the grading late this week. In Mrs. A. B. Gilbert who was -1- S t'l i Phone: EV' 9-3027 or EV 4-6491,-
removed 16 trees which said to from 400 to 1 I II'
the process they have uprooted and are range injured in an automobile acci- -
S old. The projected building 125 by 182 feet will face on the highway with a dent recently has been trans-
I 800 years John W. Johnston Jr., son of Mrs. Ethel Setzler a super- I :
parking lot in front to take care of an estimated 100 cars. Turner-Miller Inc., Jacksonville ferred from Baptist Hospitalto visor at Moosehaven Orange Park has been named deputy \TIRE :

I contractors will construct the building to house supermarket a drug store dress shop and NAS Hospital where she will I ... "
assistant administrator of the Agency for International Development \J RG- APPISG
several offices. i undergo further treatment. Her .
of the U. S. Department of State. .,.. \ .
condition is reported to be t',. ..:,, RETREADING.
<< .
greatly improved.Mrs. Mr. Johnston who has been director of the Agency's ""**-,' 5' .

.1 Japonica Garden Club MeetsThe I BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. office in Mexico City for more than a year and a half will ,t REPAIRING ,

and Mrs. Lawrence L. Leroy Smith is in NAS direct in his new position. AID's worldwide program of "Food From the smallest to the LARGEST!

Japonica Garden Club r dames Georgia Pool. Alex Pup- Murray of Orange Park an- Hospital where she underwent for Peace."
Distributor Miller I Tires Autolite Batteriesand
met at the Qui-Si-Sana Motel kin Mary Cooper. Jack Dobson. nounce the birth of a daughter.. surgery. Beginning his career in Latin America nearly 20 years : ;

last week with Mrs. Elwood Ralph ,MiIberger Hugh Smih Nancy Carmen on October 8th under ; .
agricultural officer in Brasil the Office of
Johnson and Mrs. Frank Cow- and Mrs..Jacob E. Milberger a weighing 8 lb. 9 oz.. at Clay Mrs. A. C. Boyett Mrs. W.,S. ago } 'C: ln;:
he has held "
Inter-American Affairs postsin
hostesses. visitor.v the -
.art as Memorial Hospital.The ,
Rood and. Mrs. Roy Smith I
.s/. Mrs.,Louise Smith president The Rev. Leigh Soule. of maternal grandparentsare attended the meeting in Colombia Cuba and Guatamala. .: .: J OR:\NE'_ ,PARK

,discussed,further plans for the Penney Farms presented a Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gainesville this week of the A graduate of Rutgers University and of the Universityof '1; : "
Sinclair Road Service
:continuation of the plantingof series of slides of floral crosses Knight- and the paternal Suwannee Presbyterial as rep- Delaware, Mr. Johnston served In the Navy under Admiral 7. ,.'- :.Station_. Po < -

: shrubs at the Post Office. explaining the significance of grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. resentatives of the Women, of Jonas Ingrain. He Is the father of two *sons Gerald and U. S..Highway 17 f Mion f'2846411What's

'!This has been the club's project each cross. These slides were Lester L. Murray both of Doctors the Orange Park Presbyterian Scott Johnston.OP /195

since the construction of taken at the Woman's Club of Inlet: Church. .

the ,Post Office. Jacksonville on Palm Sunday. I .-',. I /

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: OP PROMENADERSThe: Orange 'Park Promnaders -

Sinclair,! : I for the will Junior sponsor Orange a program Park W

I Promenaders. This program is

for children from the 5th

grade through Junior High
DOWN School and will begin on Saturday j:

November 2nd from 10

o'clock to 11:30: o'clock at the

': Sinclair Lions Club.. Floyd Hazen will ,
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GREEN QQ E;,SPRINGS .AND SURROUNDING AREAS : '- ." sealed Stick jars to mwT canned;bottks foods that an tae: paper gathering the news which keeps- 'you accurately- informed- about

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Rushin' Roulette y by-Chon DayAUTO Orange Park Boosters' Show OP(Contined LIBRARY from EXHIBIT Page 1) Jaycee State Officers GCS

Victorian era; did he wear a
soft shirt with a small black

bow tie which the Governor

may have laboriously put intoa

i knot by standing behind the

T boy and facing a mirror pretending -
he was putting it on
: WRECKERS/ 4r ?P1i 4rt7 himself in order to get the endsin j

,yr17x'N -. the right place. Or did he
r- wear (almost surely he did)

the so-caller Buster Brown col-
lar with a slightlyflowingblack

silk kerchieftie.The .

exhibit also includes tAt -
x a photostatic copies of excerpts

from the Havana magazine El

f Figaro which says "these distinguished -
/ g 3n Floridians combined -
tir (business with pleasure. The

\ j subject of sanitation and hy-

giene and the practicability of

lessening quarantine restric- a district caucus of northeast Florida Junior Chambersof

r f tions was the principal object Commerce in Green Cove last Sunday Cody Bailey, State
Y k 1 of their visit:' Jaycee president (second from 1.) discussed some of the

At Morro Castle facing problems today facing young men, as it can be translated

$' j Havana Bay the Cuban dig- through the Jaycees creed and urged all Jaycees in this

y ,nitaries and the U. S representatives (fourth) district to get out and work for the ideals of their

watched the American organization. Shown above I. to r., at the meeting, are:
i flag lowered (it had been Frank Schiele Jr., Mr. Bailey, Charles Cook, of Jacksonville,

Day ''there since the end of the a State vice president; and Coy Alvarez of Palatka. a national -

I,SpanishAmerican) and director of the Jaycees. More than 75 guests were

Crescent Photo by Gene Koza 'the new flag of a free Cuba present at the meeting in the Elks Lodge. Green Cove Jaycees -
[raised. To Mrs. Jennings the acted as the host group.
The Travelers Safely Service The Orange Park High School Boosters last week put on a hillbilly show and dance at 45-starred American flag was
the Hoyt Cotney stadium which drew a large crowd of more than 800 persons. Stars of the presented. It hangs in the library -

performance which preceded a dance in front of the school are shown above. They are window this week and
Drivers under 25 were involved in more than 25% of
L to r.: Marshall Roland of Jacksonville who acted as master of ceremonies; Mr. Cotney will continue as a part of seriesof
the personal injury accidents in 1962. for whom the stadium was named; Roy Drusky a singing star of the Grand Old Opry in exhibitions to be sponsored I

Nashville;; and Glen Reeves whose orchestra provided music for the entertainment. Pro- there by the Friends of the I WI-IEN ALL MAS SEEN SAID

ceeds will be used to help pay for the stadium. Library.
Among the fascinating recol- ,
lections of Mr. Jennings is that BEEN SAID .

ii I Geiger Heads Group_ =Pressing Bond IssueClifford of what a ball must to have which been he went an uncomfortably (in- THAN DOME! efolL

hot. dinner jacket
L. Geiger Jr.. heads I which more than 100 County bonds be sold through public for the date was May, 1902.)

the County's Citizens for Flori-! students are enrolled. bidding. On several occasions between
da's Future which is pressing I Features of the bond issue A review of all bonds to be waltzes and polkas and such

ratification of the constitu- proposal include the following: issued by the State Bond Re- the candlelight was lowered

m tional amendment under which A ceiling of $75 million on view Board to determine their and the heads of several of the

the State may issue bonds for the amount of bonds which fiscal soundness.A reigning queens of Havana society i!!.
:, new educational facilities. may abe issued before July 1. provision that every proj- began to sparkle. The

,. _..........Nh_=.I ,.____ ,.' i d 1965 and a limit of $50 millionfor ect to be financed under the sparklers were not battery-fed
told The Crescentthis
Mr. Geiger
The restyled Ford Fairlane for 1964 presents a big-car appearance any biennium thereafter bond program have the approval Christmas tree lights nor even j: ;
the haz- -
great :
week that E.
: and boasts engine performance that was subject to review by the Legislature of three-fifths of the ordinary sequins. ( T
the Indianapolis "500." Although new styling makes the ard to passage of the amend- Legislature.The They were
t middleweight Fairlane look bigger it remains about the size ment is that it will be adoptedor fireflies roped to the ladies' .7
of the 1956 Ford on the outside and the 1959 Ford on the inside else Earmarking of the existing Legislature authorized hair and thinking that night L
rejected in an off-year
Five engines are available three of the same basic utilities tax to retire the building projects totaling $45 had finally come, the bugs lit O w :
design as the Fairlane V-8 that powered Lotus ears to second tion (Nov. 5) which does not
I bonds, instead of directly increasing million at the state's five uni- for the celebration. we-A-A.
and seventh places in the gruelling Indianapolis race. These normally attract many voters. up
include two 289-cnbie-ineh V-8s one 268-eubic-inch V-8 plus taxes for that pur- versities and $30 million in the :
170- and 200-cnbic-inch six-cylinder engines. Combined with Adoption of the amendmentwill 29-school Junior college net-
five transmissions these power plants offer a full array of benefit not only the State's pose.A limit of 4.5 per cent on work if the bond issue plan is TWO ELECTED TO
performance and economy choices for 1964. Eight. Fairlane_ major universities but also St. interest rates for the bonds.A approved. SOIL CONSERVATIONBOARD
models-bardtops,.station wagons_ sedans-
Johns River Junior College at requirement that the The Legislature's decision to FOR 2 YEARS
put Florida's higher education Quite. often true especially In politic However

,. needs before the people was Mickey Murrayv_ of Green after* alJ- '-
;> /-Uke-tarnr&BfaxacBiet stking iioii Ta
._ .. .' tirade under ''the '.sh d w't Cove, and! R.DT Starling."o
.. ..,, .. ,< .- ,*-. g: ., Middleburg. elected last come In and start a savings account regardless of bow
.b,.\ "SK. .. .- "'f."' .J. ? :-o N ': It census predictions that the were
;. ... ,, ,; _:: -- ..' ..' ,"'". $ p':'.;'{ n"' N <_-::: f ->; :,..
f" ",-> : '' : ;;:;, 1i''''''''';;';::''''' '''''''' >>lM ,,:,"' + state's college-age population week as supervisors to serve for modest a start-it may be. The result will please you
t {?r :t 4 i f ... .
., >would Increase 96 cent between four years on the Clay Soil
.p \ ..4f {;. i ;{*m '(;t ; % per -
iI\ \. f S tfW"u '{% }l 4 1960 and 1970 and a Conservation Board.
\ 1t'tGt}A. it..t; ti f 4 'th s\ : ? c t r s t i4 { larger percentage of these than They defeated Jorge Vallde-) e
1)$ :..1' l !\4. 7.2it. f { ,:1.f>' : : "': } m.Y .r .vs--
: of
Julli. and
before will Keystone Palmer
; be
/' :" ," :t1{% 1.'i i ,,7'1>0. ;ft- ti'f.; ?., '.."- ';',:, 5i '1 .f ever going to
'M ", ,, '!J" ,.l'iY--. : jf ;; $t : lMJ:;Jf. k 4 t : :h : '; ', f....., :;.;:" ; .:;,'--,::::.:... ;;i;, :t.'t'i college. It is expected that en- Williamson of Green Cove, in MEMBER P. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
> :. f" i''ir k d .J:. ; ,t-:' ',',' ,y.-; : ;..3 .; t::"" ",1 :? > !y{ .:;;:.t -= THE
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,,, > : ; ; rollment in Florida's institu- a special election in which 128 rmcfiocr SANK JN THC FRICNDUY
"a t! .1' ';; f'k''J.' :.. 't"
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'", 1 :;>} : ;; <:, ;':;" .:'N:1.: : :"" '. :< : .:;. ; ; $r tions of higher will votes were cast.
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n '" ; next decade. votes than those of the two
q : t> '" candidates
defeated combined.
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Ft ;. Morgan who moved from .California A new kind of Pontiac with
to Green Cove six

2.M months ago were held Tuesdayin '
kind of Pontiac
ro a Jacksonville funeral home. a new power

L Mr. Morgan. 65. died in a _

$t Jacksonville hospital Saturday
tei after his car was demolished

sejmi in a collision Duval County.He .
was the father of Mrs. Carol

foil Jean Parduhn of Green Cove.

9.. According to Duval County
Patrolman Leon Pittman. the

fatal accident occurred when a

FOcht truck being driven north on
Lenox Avenue by Lonnie C. I.I I..

529 Huggins. 30 years old. of Jacksonville -
Np pulled up to a stop
r7 v :ate =Mb '
: sign at Lenox and Normandy
FO.roo' x : x Boulevard looked for oncom-

x ing traffic and then pulled out
9 n ::o. into the path of Mr. Morgan's
par973t r: .!. oncoming car.

: ? Mr. Morgan was thrown from ,

his car. Three of his grandchildren -

: Richard Morgan. 11
FO years old; Michael. 7; and

root' Karen. 6. all of Jacksonville, ; .C
& received minor injuries. Nei-

Pricbelli .. ,- I ther Huggins nor any of the
V three passengers In his truck
gatt was injured.In .

iWFUR-- addition to Mrs. Parduhn
'i'- he leavens his widow Mrs.
+ -- :. Hannah Morgan; two other
( t: daughters and three sons.

t H+ The Rev. Gordon Craig,minister

of the First Methodist
sr Church in Green Cove officiated
-- .___I.S1Nrrsi ewbS oo IWIsll Nlcallwss 1l fl UT a 101 ssssll
at the services. Burial
was in Hickory Grove cemetery : It's the'64 Wide-Track Pontiac Tempest with new SIX

CoWhen 1 winter calls the signals, be ready for savers and a V-0 for swingers.Teapot's .

n' E Murrhee new in-line 6 dfl Opt 140 horsepower from 215 cubic inches:

Jack/ .,. Wh n footbmDj Cfl the air and_au n lent a it' times to ae.TRAM' Insurance Agency and it'ltpiesst .+ret3body bat the &M station m**. And Teospesf. optiotul-at- _
'' extrs-etMt 326-cnbic inch V-S pub oat up to. ZfiO horsepower for wringer
Standard Oil dealer,,for a Fall.Certified Car-Check. .He checks :your car inside
iR TI. CM' WMO srW TA .1MCS cm TOM .wweocD POWAC NbMS
DW8 Nt81 -
Pal -
and Oats wiatexptoo& it from.hamper to bamper to troeble-free dm< -II'

lug }.tU aid moatlwl Cesrt fied c..cMek fa .....,CEt I 'InQ1tr -
ttsedj .\ . .y.$4I4r9ptiacJn
8T DAM elscocoon oieltciaM 7. 1w ..k. 1 efter... ell ,.,.,. earl

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.p. F. GeigerAgent' Green Cove Springs 34.5_ RICHARD a at HURRHBt .*- ... ..-... ... 11. Mair" *'-''"* "'."..'. : .-..... i 4t.t..:_

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1 Jrirccu Cote -ew. :.of. Green Cove and Penney Farms subscribers

r ; ; call GCS 284-3166

r .f.r, Orange Park, Middlebnr and Jacksonville
R t: subscribers call 264-6751
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I Clay County ServicemenMarine I Punt, Pass & Kick Champs'I-- I i Green Cove Socials I

Sergeant Joe H. i have completed recruit train- [Island on Nov. 4 for boot train- I I Mrs. W A. Sluder and Miss era! days last week as the
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. ing at the Marine Corps Recruit ing. He is a 1963 graduateof I I Pauline Sluder of Asheville, guest of Mrs. Mae HendricksThe
Carleton R. Clark of Middle- Depot, ParriS Island, S. C. Miss Watkins School in Y Er N. C., are the guests of Mr. two friends had not seen
burg, serving with Marine Air- They have reported to Camp : Green Cove. I I and Mrs. Ed Noble and family. each other for 20 years. Wednesday -

craft Group 13, Fourth Marine Lejeune, N. C., for combat infantry K Mrs Noble's mother will remain evening a dinner party
Regiment, First Marine Divi- training. in Green Cove for the was given in honor of Mrs
sion is participating in joint I Robert G. Lockwood, chief winter months. Comens at the Officers CubN.
training maneuvers, titled operation fire control technician, USN, A. S.
J. Gordon Williams, son of
"Dull Knife", with Pa- I Mr. and Mrs. Royce C. Wil son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Capt. (USN ret.. and Mrs

cific Fleet Amphibious Forces liams of Orange Park, Fla., Lockwood of Keystone Heights, Fred Borries attended the wed- Mrs George Davis. her
The maneuvers are taking has been promoted to airman serving aboard the attack air- ding last week Saturday of daughter, Bruce Mae and
place in the Hawaiian Islands first class in the United States craft carrier USS Independence ___ their son Lawrence H .H. Bor- grandson George Edward Plait
and will include amphibious I Air Force. Airman Williams is has participated in a g .a 4 ries to Gloria Sawain in Co- spent the week-end recently at
assaults on the island of Mo- NATO exercise entitled "South lumbus, Ohio. Auburn, Ala.
I an administrative specialist assigned -
lohai Tramp";:! with the Sixth Fleetin s
to the 81st Tactical
Fighter SQuadron. He is a the Mediterranean.. :4- Mrs. \V L. Stripling left on Mrs. Jack Saam attended a
Marine Private Charles W graduate of Clay High School. "South Tramp" included car- Monday to spend the winter tea and reception on Wednesday -
Zimmerle, son of Mr. and Mrs. rier task force operations, anti- I months with her sister'and given by the North Jacksonville -
H. D. Zimmerle. and Private submarine warfare exercises, I UIt.iIt [other relatives in Montgomery, Junior Woman's C'.ub
John F. Gasko son of Mr. and William H Reed in son of and an amphibious assault Ala. Her daughter, Mrs. Rob- as a representative of th:
Mrs. John J. Gasko both of Mr. and Mrs. William Reed of landing in Turkish Thrace. 'ert Kelley spent the weekendin Green Cove Springs Junior
Orangedale Route Green Cove, Green Cove, has enlisted in the' Armed forces of the U. S., Green Cove and drove her Woman's Club.
U. S. Marine Corps and is Greece, and Turkey partici- I mother to Montgomery.
CHURCH NOTICE scheduled to report to Parris I gated( in the exercise. -p LADIES' AUXILIARY
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bowles FRA-UN1T 98 HONORED
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i T and their sons Don and John- BY NATIONAL CONVENTION
SOCIETYCor. ny, returned home last week The members of Branch and i
E% Houston St. & 'J. H. Blocker from the home of Mrs. Bowles'
N. Magnolia Arc" a Unit 98 Fleet Reserve Association -
GREEN COVE SPRINGS brother Park M. Trammell, of:' of Green Cove Springs:
FLORIDA Blountstown due to the illness have on display at their clubhouse

...- Services held Sunday Fuel Oil Service and death of Claude B. Bowles,: a Certificate of Merit
'r l 8S 11 ;a.m.Subject Jr. awarded to the Unit at the Na-
.. : **. II Crcxcvnt Photo by Gen Koza tional Convention held tn
I1 Don Fullerton spent Wednesday Phoenix, Arizona, in Septe-n
DOCTRINE OF ATONEMENT 24 Hour Service Winners of the J. P. Revels Ford Motorama "Punt, Pass and Kick" competition were in Louisville, where he ber. The award was receivedfor
with Washington Redskin warm-up 'ackets by Mr. Revels on Saturday. Shown
October 20thA presented attended the fall preview for the most outstanding Wel-
cordial invitation is extended I above, they are, ). to r., Coach Don Sohm, who directed the monthlong competition among General Electric dealers of the fare working group 3. which
to attend our services. Phone GCS 284-9250 I 45 youngsters between eight and 11 years of age; Robert Martin, 11 years old; Ken Bradley, complete 1964 line of G. E. Ap- includes all nationwide tTn1:3ith

10; David Koza, 9; Danny Dickerson, 8; and Frank Schiele, Jr., who represented the Green plIances. The group was also a small membership. The
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-='9 taken on a tour of the General award was given in recognition
Cove Jaycees as assistant director. The Jaycees co-sponsored the competition. Second-
'Electric factory at Appliance
of the Ladies participation in
place winners were James Boivin, Gary Bobs on,. Gregory Heagy and Ronnie Willis. These Park.
the annual Children's Christmas -
who took third place. in the four age_ categories were Russell Gambill, Reggie Health, Jimmy party sponsored by the

NEWS Jones and Arn Miller. Others participating were: Chip Yelton, Terry,LaRue, Arthur C. hey Mrs Evelyn Comens from Unit Branch and Club 98.

for truck .- JessieR. Cummings, Danny McMillian, Terry Dowling, Charles Schiene, Robert J. Foster, Billy .Newport News, Va., spent sev .: ." .

ownerswho Rivers,. E. J. Robinson, Jr., Terry Kelley, Jimmy Jones, Willie Puhl, E. 1?. Lamar, Dudley I l I -

1 : : .. A Barton, ,Jphn Lee. Oliver, Stephen Dunn, Mike Alan Hardee, David Padgett, Ricky Burks, I :. The First Presbyterian Church

: : need ..< Jimmy Cummings; .Danny Gambill, Alvin Bentley, Keith Baker, G. R. Hogan, Jr., Robert

a now Redington; Terry' Rigdon,. Danny, Clark, Lynn' JFoy,. .Danny, Harper, Bobby Martin, David _." ,'. Magnolia..J:ye., .at Gum. 1
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Things has developed Chevrolet* truck engines; -fours,. sixes, I ..: -' ,='::' :* .." ,

since the last time you bought to VB s. _' :: siow I "Morning. Worship :"'-7"* 11, o'clock
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Morris DOWN AT .I .
give you more. for'. your money: If 1964 Stronger Chevrolet frames.truck, Every has a conventional ladder-type .W.D. : ., : : !ur. Church ;chool) 9H5o'eroek.

Double-wall 'constru tion. This feafr. This: type is more resilient, better SCHOOL CROSSINGS VISIT) RS WELCOME
ture of Chevrolet : Distributor : I
cabs'and the. Fleetside able to give with the load, and terrain. : 0'"
pickup body has two advantages. InsuIaIts simple design also makes it easier to 1.+ -' .
tion and r r - r r r -r.t.
sound-deadening material is mount special. bodies on the truck. Its All Jersey Milk -
sandwiched between the two layers. of riveted side rails are stronger.
steel in the cab to give yot more cpmfort; ;
in the body, the lower inner a wall acts as Greater model 1 selection. This time For . ,,
a buffer against load damage, preserving you're going to find it a simple matter to .
the outer appearance of the truck. pick the exact type of Chevrolet truck HOME DELIVERY Save Save -
for the kind of work you do. In delivery $22.95

Suspension to fit the truck. Conventional trucks, for instance, in addition to regu- CALL 264-9919 or 284-3166 .
halfand three-quarter-ton models lar: panels and pickups, we have eleven 4.
have independent front suspension with different sizes of ready-made walk-in I

variable rate coils in the rear. Variable vans, some with full-width rear doors.
rate coils do not"bottom out"as readily. _
Mediums and heavies! have I-beam are Quality a lot and more value.truck than Chevrolets your money today *1'********* N n .w t *********1$ -

suspension with variable-rate leaf springs. bought the last time, ,and yet the price rou
It automatically stiffens as the load tag is just about the same as 5 or 6 years O
increases-and vice versa. It means a ago. Call your Chevrolet dealer for infor- Home
smoother, flatter ride 3: BEFORE IT GETS COLD 3 .r--
regardless,of load, mation or for.a demonstration. .
a better handling truck. tt Y WITH THIS PRESEASON

The right engine. Chevrolet never has CHARLES HELM ;1; SPECIAL L !'
been in better position to give you the I 3. .
type and size you need for maximum Funeral Director With each model listed below

efficiency. Today there are many dif- 3: we offer you a s_ ,

ferent capacities of gasoline and diesel Quality trucks always cost less! '! d Phone 2S4-9696 Y $%%.95 BLOWER FREE! i ).'

30.000 BTU Heater with blower. f '''

1964 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA Heats up to 800 square feet.
CHEVROLET TRUCKS hwy. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 445 3 Regularly priced at ........ 7290 OO CABIt4-, -

-H"H +H -:'.- -.....-: :- ********** ;.- : : : k---rH-. +* 40,000 BTU Heater with blower. ) AST F Ar r

:t Heats,up to 1325 square feet:
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F THURSDAY OCTOBER 17. 1"3 (May (Eounfg ffiresccut PAGRSEVENAIR 1



re: Estate of BANK IN THE CITY OF =
LaMira Alvarez Gill. deceased. following resolution callIng NEW YORK. a corporation. .GREEN COVE SPRINGS : "Vr

an election tobe held in Plaintiff. I. The State Of Florida /
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION Special Tax School District No. 1 vs.
FOR FIXAL DISCHARGE of Clay County. Florida. were ILAMAR FRANCIS CHESSER.and At Tie Cl.., Of Bulae Oa September 30, IMS'tr'

OP EXECUTOR. adopted at a meeting of the SHIRLEY K. CHESSER .
Notice is hereby given that I Board of Public Instruction of his wife. 'and JAMES H. RICH ASSETS /

have filed my final returns as Clay County. Florida held at and KAREN ANN RICH. Cash balances with other banks and cash itemsin
executor of the estate of Lalllra its offices at Green Cove his wife.
.. ... ... . .
Alvarez Gill. deceased; that I Springs. Florida. on the 20th day Defendants. process of collection SS9.S49.39
CONDITIONING BOATS hftve filed my petition for distribution of September. A. D. 1963. NOTICE OF SUIT United: States Government obligations direct -
and that on October %8.un. by the Board of Public : and guaranteed ... .. ..... ... .... .. 2.42-0.413.70
WE BUY SELL TRADE I will apply to the Honor- Instruction of Clay County Flor- JAMES H. RICH. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 619,316.99
MILBERGER INLET MARINA able Thomas J- Rivers. County ida in meeting duly assembled. Residence unknown: however .
Three locations: Judge of Clay County. Florida. Section 1. That an election be his mailing addrtss is believedto Loans and discounts (Including S

for approval of said final returns and the same is hereby calledto be: overdrafts) .... .... .. .. .... 1.437.147.06
MERCURY .& JOHNSON 15 E.Palmer SU Ph.284-3280 and for an order of distribution be held in Special Tax School Cpl. James H. Rich InUit Bank premises owned: 16.t31.71. furniture and
REFRIGERATION and for final discharge as execu- District No. 1 of Clay County. H MS 12 MAG 12
ENGINES Warehouse .& antiques-old tor of the will of LaMira Alvarez Florida. the said district being c/o F. P. 0. fixtures S25.24S.99 .. -....... .. .. 45.217.93
Gill. deceased. co-extensive with the boundariesof San Francisco. California Real estate owned other than bank premise.433.16

CROSBY BOATS Gym Bide, S. Orange Ave. September 25. 19(3. Clay County. to determine the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Other assets .....-. .. ... ....... ....-... 4659.39
SERVICE "BIG TOP" tent-Blanding /a/ John Henry Gill following matters and things bya a suit has been filed againstyou -
EE-ZY TRAILERS Executor majority of the ballots cast in the above cause and you

Blvd. at Ridgewood First publication Sept. 26. 1963 'by electors qualified to vote at are required to. file your answer TOTAL: ASSETS .. .. ...... -... .... ...
AIR CONDmONING SALES .& SERVICE THOMAS A PIERCE such election. except that three with the Clerk of this Court and
Furniture and appliances at Attorneys Law persons receiving the highest to serve a copy thereof upon the LIABILITIES
REFRIGERATIONAND OUTBOARD REPAIR 203-205 North Temple Ave. vote for School Trustees at said plaintiff or its attorneys. Botts, Demand deposits of Individuals partnerships.

HEATING SERVICE Hwy.: 17 Orange Park bargain prices 8tfc Starke. Florida 1963 Trustees election shall of said be district declared School Mahoney. Hadlow. Chambers & and corporators .. .. .. ...... .. 2,453,512.66
I Pub. Sept. 2$. Oct. 3. 10. 17. : provided Adams Barnett National Bank -
Phone CO 49835PAUL'S that not more than one Trustee Building. Jacksonville 2. Florida. Time and savings deposits of Individuals

9 S. Palmetto Street : shall be elected from any one not later than November 12. 1963.If partnerships, and corporatlcns . .. .. l.SOO.726.64
residence district for which a you fail so to do. a Decree
Home Phone 284-9780 HAIRCUTS LEGAL NOTICE County Board Member is provided Pro Confesso will be entered Deposits of United States Government (Including -

for by law. against you for the relief demanded -I postal savings) .. .... .... .. 52,071.70
Business Phone 281-9581 FIRST: Who shall be the in the Complaint. This of
Deposit States and political subdivisions .
IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT School Trustees ot said Special I suit is to foreclose a mortgage.The 315,713.93Certified
; IN AND FOR CLAY Tax District No. 1 of Clay County. real proptrty proceeded and officers' checks etc. ... .. 13.504T67

We give"FirstHaircitt" COUNTY FLORIDAIN .. Florida. for the ensuing two against is: TOTAL DEPOSITS .... .. .. .S4.640.529.60a
"VACUUM CLEANERSORANGE PROBATE years: andSECOND Lot 1. Block 13. MEADOW- ( ) Total demand deposits .... .. S2.524.9S9.03b
: number-of millsof BROOK. Unit 3. according to
All Legal Beverages I LAURA M. FRANZ school tax to be levied and plat thereof recorded in Plat ( ) Total time and savings deposits S2.116.440.57

CertificatesALLHAIRGUTS$1Oe Deceased. collected annually for the next Book 6 page 36. of the cur- Other liabilities ... ..... .......... .. 29,226.35
PARK Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO two years for support and maintenance rent public records of Clay
APPLY FOR FINALDISCHARGE of schools: and County. Florida.
Section 2: That said electionand Together with all structuresand TOTAL LIABILITIES ..- -........ ... .. 4.1",'755.15
Duval Line
Vacuum Sweeper County Notice Is hereby given that we the same is hereby calledto Improvements now and
nave filed our Final Report and be held on the 5th day of hereafter on said land. and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
ServiceBEPAIRPARTSSUPPUES North of Orange Park Petition for Final Discharge as November. A. D. 1963. betweenthe fixtures attached thereto:
Orange Park Barber Shop Executrices of the Estate of hours of 7:00 A. M. and 7:00 also all gas. steam. electric Capital: (a) Common stock, total

Laura M. Franz deceased; and P. M. at the following polling water. and other lieating. par value $%S200.000.00.....................
Hrs. 8:30 ajn. to 6:30 p.m. that on the 25th day of October. places in said Special Tax School cooking. refriegrating. light 2G0.0 00.00
FOR ALL MAKES 19C3. shall apply to the Honorable District and that they are located
Rebuilt Cleaners same location. for over 15 yean we Thomas J. Rivers. County as follows. : irrigating ing plumbing.and power ventilating systems Surplus .. ...... .... ..... ... .... ... 175000.00

$10 up I Judge of Clay County. Florida. Precinct 1 County Courthouse machines appliances Undivided profits .... . ..... .. ..... 72,280.58
1708 Hiway 17 UPHOLSTERING KINGSLEY .& HIWAY 17 for approval of said Final Report Green Cove Springs fixtures and appurtenances
and for Final Discharge as Precinct 2 Drs. Inlet Civic which now are or may hereafter -
Executrices of aid estate. Center. Drs. InletPrecinct pertain to. or be used TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. ... 447.290.Se
PH: 264-9771 Dated this 25th day of Sep 3 .- Mid leburg Civic with. in. or on said premises TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
tember. 1963. Center. Middleburg even though they be detached -
Stevens Precinct 4 County Voting
Mary or detachable.
Ph. 2649771UPHOLSTERING BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP S Cora- :Miller House. Clay Hill School WITNESS my hand and the I
As Executrices of the Precinct 5 Strickland's seal of this Court at Green Cove LEGAL NOTICE
.& Estat of Laura M. Franz. Store Kingsley Lake Springs. Florida. this 3rd day of LEGAL NOTICE!
Auto Furniture
Complete '
Deceased! Precinct 6 County Voting October. A. D. 1963.
Upholstering LEGAL NOTICE: Pub. Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 19. 17. 1963 House. Bellmore Section (COURT SEAL) IX TilE
City Hall Key- GEORGE L. CARLISLE.Clerk .
1400 ,W. Idlewild Ave. stone Heights TAX DEED IN AND FOR CLAY COUNTY
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Precinct 8 Polling place By Grace M. Carlisle. See. J.4.1B. F.S. FLOII i ISA.
FREE ESTIMATESALL Ph. 284-3505 FOR TAX DEED LEGAL NOTICE designated by Co. Commissioners. Deputy Clerk NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN CHANCERY. 3710
Cove Cove Springs Florida Sep. lfr.10. K.S. Orange Park Pub. Oct 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 that R. E. Sapp. the holder of PEOPLES NATIONAL FUND,
WORK GUARANTEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES. Precinct 9 County Voting the following certificates has INc. a Delaware corporation.
Free Estimates that R. E. Sapp. the holder of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO House. HIg'hway 17 LEGAL NOTICE filed said certificates for a tax Plaintiff.
the following certificates has REGISTER FICTITIOUS: NAME" Precinct 10 Courthouse. An- deed to be issued thereon. The
ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY Free Pick-up and DeliveryHandle filed said certificates for a tax Notice Is hereby given that nex. Green Cove Springs certificate numbers and years of ADA TAYLOR"b'BARR;
deed to be issued thereon. The the undersigned under the provisions Precinct 11 New City Hall. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR issuance the description of the MARGARET: TAYLOR WALLACE -
Any: and All of Youi certificate numbers and years of of chapter 865.99. Lawsof Penney Farms TAX DEEDS property and the names in ; ED HOWARD
issuance the description of the Florida Acts of 1957. will Precinct 12 Polling Place 1M.1O. F.S. which it was assessed are as TAYLOR; FRANKLIN O'NEAL
Archie Padgett Upholstery; Needs! property. rand the names in register with the Clerk of the designated by Co. Commission NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN follows: TAYLOR; TRUMAN BRADLEY .
HAROLD BAXLEY which it was assessed are as I Circuit Court in and for Clay ers. Meadowbrook Section that R. E. Sapp. the holder of Certificate. 86. TAYLOR; and all of
On Kingsley Ave., Just follows: County State of Florida upon Election Inspectors and Clerks the following certificates has Year of Issuance: 1955. May the unknown heirs and
Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs. Certificate No. 45 receipt of proof of publicationof will be the same as those used filed said certificates for a tax devisees of Pearl Franklin.
East of Hwy.: 17 Year of Issuance: June 1. 1956. this notice the Fictitious In the Special Election and appointed deed to. be issued thereon. The 31st.Description of Property: Deceased.
EDWIN BAXLEYSon Description of Property: name ofORANGE by the County Commis- certificate numbers and years of Lot 52 Blk ISA. Fleming Defendants.
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 and Upholsterer 4 Part of SW% of NW% as AVUE MOTORS sioners. issuance the description of the Island Estates. NOTICE OF SUIT
yrs.E. rt'cIn DEED BOOK 94 page /sL.. E. Zellner Section 3. That only electors property and the names in Name In which assessed: TilE STATE OF FLORIDA-
Orane Park. Fla. A. HUMMEL 42. Section 5 Township 9 William ShepherdJ. residing within said Special Tax which it was assessed are as Fred B. Cerny. TO: Ada Taylor O'Barr. Route
Range 23. F. Hellard School District who are qualified follows: All of said property being in 4. Burrls Road. Knoxville
Upholsterer- 6 yrs. Name In which assessed: Pub. Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963 electors entitled vote in elections Certificate No. 101. the County of Clay. State of 14. Tennessee: Margaret
Alan C. Moore. pertaining to Special Tax Year of Issuance. June 1. 1956. Florida. Taylor Wallace 1538 Bay
All of said property being in School Districts as defined by Description of Property: Unless such certificate or certificates Avenue. S. W. Birming
ELECTRICALAtlas the County of Clay. State of LEGAL :NOTICE:' and in accordance with the Con- Lot 29 Blk 10. Fleming Island shall be redeemed ac ham. Alabama Kd:: Howard
Florida. stitution and Statutes of the Estates. cording to law the property Taylor. 1526 N. 17th Street
SIGN PAINTING Unless such certificate or certificates State of Florida. shall be quali- Name in which assessed: described In suc'h certificate or Birmingham. Alabama:
shall be redeemed according NOTICE OF INTENTION TO fied and entitled to vote in said Harold J. Mann. certificates will be sold to the Franklin O'Neal Taylor
Electrical & Mechanical to law the property REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME election: that the Supervisor off All of said property being in highest bidder at the courthouse 1526 N. 17th Street Birmingham. -
described in such certificate or Notice is hereby given that Re lstratalon of the County of the County of Clay State of door on the first Mondayin Alabama; Truman -
CompanyWe QUALITY certificates will be sold to the the undersigned under the pro- Clay. State Florida shall be. Florida. Month of November. 1963. Bradley Taylor. 1526
highestbidder at the court visions of chapter 865.09. Lawsof and he hereby is. requested to Unless. such certificate or certificates which If the 4th day of November N. 17th SU Birmingham
do all types of electrical house door. on the first Monday Florida Acts of 1957, will furnish The Board of Public Instruction shall be redeemed ac 1963. Alabama and all of the-
SIGN PAINTIINGLEE in Mont.h of November. 1963. register with the Clerk of the of Clay County Florida cording to law the property Dated this 23rd day of September unknown 'heirs and devisees
wiring. which I is the 4th day of Novem Circuit Court in and for Clay a certified list of all electors described in such certificate or 1963. of Pearl Franklin.
ber. 1963. County. State of Florida upon residing within said Special certificates will be sold to the George L. Carlisle Deceased.
Dated this of proof of publication Tax School Districts. who an highest bidder at the courthouse You
WARNER 23rd day of Sep- receipt Clerk of Circuit Court of are hereby notified that
RAY SHIPP tember. 1963. of this notice. the Fictitious qualified electors entitled to door an the first Mondayin Clay County Florida. suit has been filed against you
305 Glendening Road George L. Carlisle.!' name ofGREEN vote in said election. as definedby 0 lhthf4td ;.m r. 1963which Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 in the above entitled cause and
Owner and Manager Clerk of Circuit Court of COVE crRB MARKET and in accordance with the of November. that you are hereby required
Orange Park, Fla. Clay County. Florida. SignedW./ P. Hadden Constitutional Statutes of the 1963. to file your answer with the
Phone 284-9228 Phone 264-6315 Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 Pub. Oct. 10, 17. 2*. 31. 1963 State of Florida. Dated this 23rd day of. Sep : LEGAL NOTICE Clerk of this Court and to servea
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT tember. 1963. copy thereof upon Plaintiff or
ELECTION FOR CLAY, George L. Carlisle Plaintiff Attorneys whoso
COUNTY. FLORIDA. HELD NOVEMBER Clerk of Circuit-Court 5, 1063 Clay County. Florida.Pub. COUNTY JlIMiK CLAY GOLDMAN. PKBK8EH it
Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963

: .1 L JSill; II ID1k\1 I INSTRUCTIONS: TO VOTERS: LEGAL NOTICE In re: Estate ofBERTHA Jacksonville 2. Floridanot
I Indicate your choice by markingan ASHCROFT. later than the 12th day of
"X" after -the name of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Deceased. November. 1943.
person or persons of your choice THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIII- NOTICE TO CREDITORS If you fail to do so' Deere Pro
for the position of trustee or CUlT IXU FOR CLAY FLORIDA STATUTES Confes will be entered against
by writing in the name of the COUNTY; FLORIDA. To. All Creditors and Persons you for the relief demanded In

person or persons of your choice IN CHA.NCKUV.NO. having Claims or Demands I the.. Complaint. _
for the position and markingan 370N AgaInst--- Said EKtateYouande.aeh : me nature of MM suet being
1 ..x., 'thereafter. Vote for MID-STATE HOMES INO. a of you are here for foreclosure of mortgage encumbering
FOR SALE: House almost new, FOR RENT: Nice :2 bedroom I WANTED Citizens interested tnree persons. Florida corporation. by notified and required to pre the following described
FOR SALE-$50 down; $41.08 Plaintiff. sent claims and demands real
2. BALLOT FOR SCHOOL any property situatein
2 Ji miles north of town
on house newly painted inside and NOTICE OF SLIT which either of Clay County. Florida.
personally or financially: TAX JHSTRIC'TULLAGE LEVY you or you may to-wit:
paved highway. Shaded lot. INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: THE STATE OF FLORIDA have against the estate of Bertha Part of Lots I and 2. Section
out reasonable large yard appliances I monthly buys 2-bedroom frame
in building 2-party, system of Indicate by marking an "X" in '1'0lIl1e F. Brooks and Ashcraft. deceased late of 34. Township 6 South. Range
Quiet. Two bedrooms hard- turnished. Call Penney in i house. Needs some interior the space after line 1 whetheryou Sally Mae Brooks. his wife said County to the County Judgeof 26 East as recorded in Deed
wood floors. Adequate down I government Clay Countyunder favor the proposed!' millage Residence .unknown Clay County Florida. at his Book 64. Page 398. except
Farms 529-8211. 20tfc the banner of Barry I finishing. Take Hwy. 17 S. of levy which is necessary for the You are hereby notified thata office in the court house of said that part in State Road No.
payment. Phone 2816666. GCS to Shiloh approved school term. If you suit has been filed against you County at Green Cove Springs 3 and except that part In
Goldwater. Needed; workers Church-sign; favor. a different mlllage levy. In the above entitled cause; and Florida within six calendar Official Record Book 35.
9-12 tfc and Contact HaroldG. turn Ik, follow road; bearing write the levy you favor after t.hatQU are hereby required to months from the time of the Page 507. Dubli.' records of
money. I line 2. file your answer with the Clerkof first publication of this notice. riay County. Florida.
FOR RENT 2 bedroom
Hill by mail at Doctors In- right \k\ mile. After seeing 1. Estimated millage levy required this Court. and to. serve a copy Two. copies of each claim or de Witness nv> bead and the sealof
house near high school; bath; house call write H. for the regular term thereof upon the plaintiff orplalntiff.s mand shall be In writing and said Court at Green Cove
let; by phone at 3DddIeburg or Raymond 10 mills. attorney. wiiose name shall state the place of re/ildeme Springs. Florida. this 3rd day of
I FOR SALE: Country; Living: large yard unfurn., $40 a 282-5110. 10-10 tf 3646 Gandy Blvd., Tampa NOW. THEREFORE NOTICEIS and address is: and post office address at the October. A. D. IMS.
2-plus acres; 3 Ige. bedrooms; month. Tel. GCS 2813819.i i pWANTED HEREBY GIVEN that under George A. Stelogeannls claimant. and shall be sworn to George L. Carlisle
or can collect Tampa 839- and by virtue of and in accord 830 Lynch Building by the claimant. his agent or Clerk Circuit Court
2U! baths; I Ige. paneled living 103tfe 2121. ance with the foregoing- resolutions Jacksonville 2. Floridanot attorney and accompanied by a By Grace M. Carlisle
and other extras. 10-17-24-p an election will be heldon later than November 18th filing fee of one dollar ad such Deputy Clerk
room many MALE OR FEMALE wantedto Tuesday the 5th day of rioI A. D. 1963. claim or demand not so filed Pub Oct. 1.. 17. 24. 31. 1963
Low down payment; balance I vember. A. D. 196. between the If you fail to do so. decree shall be void.
do house-to-house canvass hours of 7:00 o'clock. a.m. and pro confesso will be entered Carroll :M. Wright
$150 mothly Includes 6% In- FOR RENT--4 Bedroom BlockHouse TRACTOR WORK Mowing, 7:00 o'clock p.m. within the said against you for the relief demand As executor of the Last Will LEGAL NOTICE
one or two hours a day. WriteP. Special Tax School District No. in the Complaint.The and Testament of Bertha
terest. Interested parties must Penney Farms Fla. Big O. Box 578-91. Green Cove. grading, and discing. Quality 1 to be conducted by the election nature of said suit being A h"rott. dece s"d.
see. Shown only by appoInt- Yard. Rent $50.00 month un- inspectors' and clerks appointedby I for foreclosure of mortgage encumbering Pub. Oct. 17. 24. 31. Nov. 7, 19** NOTICE OF APPLICATION
10-17 c work. Contract or hourly. the County Commissioners the following described -: FOR TAX DHHDrr.
ment. GCS area. Call Swaf- furnished. Gall Green Cove I for the purpose! of determiningwho property situate in Clay 1W.I6. H-M.
Jord Agency Inc. Jax FL: Phone G. 'V., "BiU" Smith, shall be School Trustees! of County Florida. to-wit: LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN
284-9708. 10-10 p HELP WANTED Application said Special Tax School District Commence at the Northeast! that R. K. Sapp. the holder of
9-7717. 91926. 10-5,12 p 284-3419 daytime or 284-3249 and to determine the number of corner of Lot 7. In Block 2 the following certificates has
'now being taken for experienced mills of district school tax to be then run South along the NOTICE. 'OF SALK lled mid! certificates for a tax
I' after 6. 9-19 2C, 10-3 10-c levied and collected annuallv East line of said Lot 7. a Notice is hereby given that deed to be tcned thereon The
I I personnel in Service Department within said Special Tax School distance of 3SO feet to the pursuant to a Final J)eeree of certificate numbers and years of
I FOR RENT-2 Bedroom house to open soon-Clayton District tfor the next ensuingtwo Southeast corner of said lot Foreclosure entered in cause Issuance the description of the
FOR SALE-Ohlens Rototiller. years for support and main- then run West along the numbered 3610. in the Circuit property. aad the Mimes In
furnished in Orangedale on I Revels Chrysler-Plymouth tenance of schools In conformitywith South line of said Lot 644 Court of Clay County. Florida. which it was as.eMc4 are as
cheap. Phone Penney Farms I all matters and things in :feet to the point of beginning I will sell the property situatedin follows
three acres of 1050N. Orange Ave., Phone LEGAL NOTICE the foregoing resolution stated ; then run West along Clay County. Florida described Certificate<< No. 16*.
529-8961. 1017p 284-5092. 10-17 c' 284-6666. 10-17-c andwith the Constitution and the South boundary of lot 7. as: Year of Is.ace: May 21. 1955.
I Statutes of the State of Florida.. a distance of 114 feet to. a Lot Fourteen (14). Block Description of Property:
NOTICE UNDER, FICTITIOUSAME Dated at Green Cove Springs. pOint. thence run North and One (I) MEADOWBROOK Part of Lot II as Rec. InDeed
> STATUTE Florida this' 20th day of Sep at right angles a distanceof Unit One (1) according to Book 67 P*#* 270.
FOR SALE-H acres; 3-bed- EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER Notice is hereby given that the tember. A. D. 1963. 380 feet to the North line plat thereef recorded In Plat Orange Park. Sec. 8.
desires Job. widow call undersigned desiring to engage THE BOARD OF PUBLIC of lot 7, thence run East Book 6. Pages 7 and 8 of the Name In which aseswed.
room frame house completed FOR SALE Riding Horse In business under the 'fIctitious COUNTY. FLORIDA along the North line of Lot Public Records of Clay Clarence Johnson
I with children also 2849783. 10-17 x name of BERRY'S FISH CAMP. INSTRUCTION OF CLAY 7 a distance of 114 feet to County. Florida. I All of Mid property being In
9 mos. ago. Three wells barn gentle ; goodin at State Road 229 and Swimming I Is/ Jack 'Vllklnkon.Chairman a pOint. thence run South to.. at public sale to the highest tee County of. Clay. State of
partly fenced. Call GCS 284-' cattle work. Price $185. Pen Creek. Clay County. Florida; of Board the point and place of beginning and best bidder for rash! at the Florida.
FOR SALE Cash register Intends to register the said fictitious ATTESTs : ; all in Hall's subdivision north front door of the Clay Unless such certificate or cer-
-- 9730. 10-10 tfc Call GCS 284-3010 after 5 p.m. name with the Clerk of / Hirris C. Long. Supt. of of part of Section County Courthouse in the cHy tKtasAe shall be redeemed according
1010cFOR $50.00; adding machine $30.00; the Circuit Court of Clay County. Public Instruction. Clay County. :37 and 44. Township 7 Southof of Clreen Cove Springs Clay to law the tJ/kr:
Florida. Florida. Range 27 East. accordingto County Florida between IIH described in s e1t ercertlftaates
cabinette will fit 5 x 8 trailer Will'am! L. Ham. Jr. Pub. Sept. 26. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 1963 map or plat thereof recorded and 2:60 P. M-, October 24, 1342. will W sold to the
bed. $35.00. Call 284-9268 Clyde S. Gllstrap In Plat Book 3 Page George L. Carllsl highest bM4r *t the courthouse
FOR SALE 2 bedroom 6- Pub. Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963LEGAL IS of the Public Reoords of Clerk Circuit Court 4er o. the first M......,

r room house with new LEGAL NOTICE Clay County. Florida. By: Vivian H. Sohn In Month of November. IMS.
PIANO LESSONS $10 per WITNESS my hand and the Deputy Clerk which in the 4th day .f Xovern
I &; garage. Asbestos siding SALE-Pool Table 4* x 8' NOTICE seal of said Court at Green Cove Court Seal) ber. 1943.Dated .

Priced for quick sale complete. Call 2816381. month. l1rs.Vllliam P. Erwin _. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN Springs Florida this 12th day of John T. Trekell. this 23rd day 9t 509-
October.. P.. 1963. :Marks. Gray. Yates tember. 1!lU.
being transferred. TeL Hog-I 10-10-c B. Mus. Call 284-9571. NOTICE OF'S INTENTION TO Re: Estate MAY of COATES GEORGE I.. CARLISLE. Conroy Glbbs.; (;<-<>r c*> L. Carl Me.dwfc .
Clerk of the Circuit Court 221 E. Foryth St.
pUt GCS 284-38J9. 10-3-tfc 9-19 tfc Notice Is hereby given that Decea.' l. By Vivian H. Jacksonville. FloridaAttorney Clay County. Florida
the undersigned under the IN THE COURT OF THE UU
II) 17. %
. . . .._ pro- COUNTY JUDGE. CLAY Deputy Clerk Pub. Oct. 4. 31.
.H"- -Y--L-L visions
- - - - - - - - of 865.09. Lawsof _
t I I+*I I I I : : I : : ... ,.: : : : : : I + I I i-t-mi-I I I I a a a a a a i . . .'"TT Florida chapter Acts of will CO""XT'FLORID..\. Pub. Oct. 17. %.. 31 Nov 7. 1963. Pub. Oct 17 1962

!I register with the Clerk 1957.of the IN PROBATE.To .

I IW Circuit Court in and-for Clay All Creditors and Persons
.; AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY County. State of Florida. upon Having: Claims or Demands I
receipt of proof <*f publicationof Against Said Estate:

t I'' I I I I : I II :+H-H-h I I I I : -frWWfr I *********+H-+-. -'- =- name this ofAUTO notice.: th4 Fictitious by You notified and each and of required you are to here-pre

SAFETY DEVICE sent any claims and demands
-- FURNITURE OI-FH'E EQUIPMENT Signed, Joel B. Brown. which you. or rof you. may j I
DRUGGISTS I Frank F. Brown have against the estate of Stella _
-. Pub. Sept. %5. Oct. 3. 19. 17 -C I May Coates. deceased late of .-- .- 1 _
_, AIR BASE FURNITURE CO. said County. to the County Judgeof -
EASTERLING PHARMACY AMERICAN:; : Clay County Florida. *t his
Fine Furniture LEGAL NOTICE office in the court house of said
Carpeting Appliance OFFICE SUPPLY CO. County at Green Cove Springs.
Reliable Prescription Service Florida. within six calendar
Complete Home Furnishings NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO months from the time of the

0053 Roosevelt Bird. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner REGISTER FICTIITOUS; NAME first publication of this notice. I
I Complete Cosmetic Dept. Notice is hereby given that Two copies of each claim or demand -,
Jacksonville EV 7-4619 the undersigned under the provisions hall be in writing and
Cameras FiIm.sPharmaceutical Specialists In of chapter 8U.". Lawsof shall. state the placeof residence -
Florida Acts of 1957. will reg- and post office address of
TRAILERS Office Supplies and lister with the Clerk of the Cir- the claimant and shall be sworato
Needs cuit Court to and for Clay by the claimant his agent or ,
Pacemakers and Homette Office Equipment County. State of Florida. upon attorney and accompanied by a _
_ receipt of proof of publicationof filing \ Norris for Travel Sundries this notice the Fictitiousname claim or demandnot. mo filed _
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With the military precision of Marine drill masters students, faculty and boosters of
:' ,, ;.-:';: :-' .. Untouchable dropped to third
:- .-. Dunbar High School last week' put on their annual homecoming parade in Green Cove. The
'1' 'osing 3 to the Kingfishers.Two .
parade attracted hundreds of spectators and from watchers posted along theroute thereis

Loses To Crescent new seasonal highs were positive word that not a single participant in the parade ever missed a step. The results
Keystone Over Green CoveBy ;et by the Drivers with a 889
MacClenny of the game that followed the parade were less fortunate. Dunbar's 11 went down to a 25-6
single and a 2444 series total.
defeat before a superior Hastings team.
3etty McKinley's 408 was high
City Arthur F. Rivers II
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: Last Friday night the Devils I scored three times. At the Turner led the men with a
Snellen were on the road again all the' start of the second quarter the socre of 551.

way over to Baker County.'I Devils defense seemed to fall SCHOOL 'CROSSINGS"Accentuate

Keystone's Indians, hurting long. A pass from Rebel quar- Here they went head-on I apart.

badly because of heavy back- terback Bill Pearce to fast- against the Wildcats who took I .
field casualties during the past running halfback Dee Causey them 40-6. This was the third: The first score came on a -

week, lost a heartbreaker to sent him over the line for a loss for the Devils which makes run around the end by one of

the Crescent City Rebels last 40-yard run and the Rebels' their record one win and three the Wildcats lightning fast

Friday night at Crescent City. first touchdown. With one losses. halfbacks. Now the game went f> the Positive" f>
all the way in favor of the
minute of play left in the first J1 J6
The Rebels' 20-6 victory Wilidcats
half, another Pearce Dee The first quarter found the another gain in yard-
looked doubtful in the first and Pearce caught the Indians'backfield score tied up at 6-6. Mac- age gave them a first down i

part of the second quarters.On off balance and clenny won the toss and and a pass up the center of Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land

choose to receive the ball. The the field and along with the .
the other hand, the In- lacking key players because of Wifh the old swimming hole nearbyTracts
first play of the game showedthe extra point the score was 13-6.
dians played a superior first injuries and scored again.
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quarter, holding the Rebels
The Keystoners came out against. The Wildcats used Devils seemed to get them nowhere See Us for Real Estate Needs $,
scoreless and, on several occa- your 3
fighting in the second half but the running ability of halfback and they were forced to
sions, missing a score them-
they could not get their offensive Ronnie Crews to its fullest ad- punt another brilliant run by S. E. McKAYKeystone
selves by a hair's breadth.
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The beginning of the second in the final quarter the Rebels breaks, the Wildcats lost possession Crews made the score 19-6. Heights Phone 473-4816
quarter was highlighted by a passed down to the Indians' of the ball and it was Now the Devils have the ball

60-yard run to the Rebels' 1-yard line. Back Harold Rob- the Devils turn to go for a I once again to see if they can i

1-yard line, with quarterback inson scored three plays lateron touchdown. A pass interception make good their threat for the

Jimmy McTury carrying the a center plunge. by the Wildcats gave them I touchdown good but they can't

ball. Elam Glisson scored on the ball again and this time I find a hole to make the first
Keystone now has two wins,
a dive two plays later. they made good their previous 'down so they are forced to IG III tli/ - -.--itI IRd IN FLORIDA
two losses. Today they meet ,
attempt for the touchdown. A give up the ball. Now halfback
At that point, it looked like the Starke B's in a game they I I
series of good blocks gave Ronnie Crews of Macclenny i I'VE GOT A REGULAR PRICE BEER IS A NATURALFrom
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