The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
Place of Publication:
Green Cove Springs Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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October 31, 1963
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
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Began July 15, 1927.
General Note:
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Burlington's 1963 Sales At !

County Schools Can

As A Matter of Fact Record $1.08 BillionBurlington


Industries Inc., the nation's largest textile

manufacturer, last week reported record sales totaling 1084. Do Better Says Tynes

." 961.000 for their fiscal year ended Sept. 20. The company's

capital investment for the year was put at $50 million. I
The Crescent whose editor is imbued with a congenital
On 12,112,000 common snares outstanding net earningswere - -
distaste for newspaper contests herewith announces a contest.
equal to $3.28 a share up from $3.04 in the year earlier
The prize: $50 in cash. period.The r Supervisor of Schools Calls

Contestants are asked to write not more than 50 words board of directors of the giant textile producer parent

describing the great crisis which will occur before the next company company of the Green Cove Springs Yarn Company

Presidential elections. All letters will be time-stamped and increased the quarterly dividend from 30 to 35 cents a share. For State Aid to Raise

opened two days before the election AS THEY WERE RE- Sales for the year were up approximately $75 million from

( CEIVED. The first person naming the crisis will be awardedthe the year earlier. r _

prize. All letters become the property of The Crescent and Charles F. Myers Jr., president, said both sales and Epuipment to Dade LevelsThe

the 10 most interesting letters will be printed as soon afterwardas ings reached new highs last year. He attributed the earn-I y .; r

possible.The ment to the company's program of broad diversification ( last of a Series of Three Articles)

increased volume and efficiencies brought about by the intro- How will the County's 5,000 public school students fare
be subscriberto
only rub: a contestant must a prepaid
duction of new products expanded research efforts and continued when they to college when they take their first
get or over
The Crescent paid up at the time of receipt of his (or her)
i high-level capital spending for plant and plant modern-
letter. Only one letter to a subscriber. Address Crisis Box 578, jobs
Green Cove Springs Fla. I ization.Mr. +ax How will the County fare not too many years from now.
Myers said earnings last year will result in a company when these same boys and girls become the leaders in Green

contribution of approximately $4.3 million to the new profit- Cove Orange Park Keystone and Middleburg

sharing retirement plan for eligible wage employes of the com To a very great extent the answer devolves upon the
Barrancas National Cemetery consisting of 29.91 acres
pany and its divisions.Another. r k A e a l+Aa quality of their preparation to meet the requirements of a
located approximately seven miles southwest of Pensacola, has }
college or a job. The answer is in the laps of those who guide
approximately 5,000 persons interred there now and about 4,000
4 and operate our public school system.
grave-sites are available for future interments.The .
The quality of public school education in the County is constantly -

cemetery is staffed with a superintendent and four M ,., 5." rising. No one questions that.

a other employees and has an average of 15 interments monthly. Hospital P The quality of public school education in the County can

Perhaps the best known and most interesting person buried in be raised substantially from its present levels as it can in any

Barrancas is GaAh second wife of Geronimo, Apache Chieftain. area according to Jesse P. Tynes the County's 41-year-old

Any deceased veteran of wartime or peacetime service, general supervisor of schools.In .

whose last period of service terminated honorably is eligible' Authority Shift I two earlier articles on the current and best informed

.for burial in any national cemetery in which grave space is goals and criteria in the quality of high school education

available. I ,. throughout the nation. The Crescent has presented a summary ,
W. A. Pansen, of Orange In a move unprecedented in r
of the 21 recommendations of the famous Conant Report and
The spousewidow widower of :an eligible veteran may be Park has submitted his resignation the hospital's history the Gov-
in the initial article four specific recommendations for raising
buried in the same grave Wilson pointed out. A minor child I as a member of the ernor named George F. Davis
the quality of education in the County put forward by 8.
of the veteran may also be buried in a national cemetery in Clay County Hospital Authorand Harold Knowles to replace
Bryan Jennings.Mr. .
the same grave in which either parent has been interred. ity. them.
Jennings' recommendations comprise in essence the
Within the 60 days.Mr.: Jansen's resignation
Should the spouse or child die before the veteran .the vet- past important points of the Conant Report which have not yet
:Governor Farris has leaves on the board only one
eran must sign a paper stating ids intention. to be buried in the been locally adopted.Mr. .
.national cemetery before the spouse or child can be buried i'refused to rename to the Authof the original members. He County School Supervisor Jesse P. Tynes Tynes recommendations encompass the Jennings pro-

there. .At the time of the death of veteran, spouse
eligible for burial in :a national: cemetery the mortician or Hoyle Brown and F. I. RobertHeights.. at three groups of students: (1) the academically tal-
Cre.ceat P.ot.1' Geae Koi.
person responsible for funeral arrangements should request son. ented; (2) the slow learners; and (3) those whose formal education -

:interment drrecHy:: from the superintendent ,of the .national I trill terminate with their high school graduation or

I cemetery. there is no -charge for the gravesite in a national I perhaps even short_ of that. __ __... ._.
cemetery, or' lor the opening .m" closing .: These' arethe boys -and"girls we must concentrate- on"

:Expenses incident: to preparation casketing and transportation he says. "But we need new tools to do the job. We In north

of remains from :place of .death to A .national cemetery for Florida must somehow persuade the State government that we

.former members: of the Armed Forces :must 'be met .from private cannot raise ourselves by our own bootstraps because we haven't
Bums For Shands
funds however: certain -veterans are eligible for :A :$250 buriai Speaks Family the time We must sell the rich areas of south Florida on the

allowance paid through the Veterans Administration.The I urgent fact that we need some of their money; that the State

must provide funds for schools in north Florida and that
The late Alvin G. Shands was praised by a procession speakers at Ute dedication of the new Shands Bridge yesterdayas such funds will almost certainly come out of the taxes collectedin

number -I think the proposed amendment that would authorizethe
per cent during the past five years and at the same time regis- ness.The
State to sell far more than the initial issue of $75 million
tered a decided change in car sizes the Florida State Chamberof ceremonies held at the Clay Comity; end off the :new
$2 million of bonds for our junior colleges! and universities fails to take Into
span were by more than 200
Commerce pointed out in its Weekly Business Review. persons I
seated at the river's edge in a dripping wind that. very nearly consideration the urgent need for funds State funds .

"The principal: trends show that floridians switching zT' sY carried :away the prepared address of the principal :speaker to prepare the boys and girls who will be going to these colleges.
from the medium sized car to both larger models and smaller '. ,w F .. Ralph Powers, member of the State Road:Board for this district.Spiking In other words. I very strongly believe the high priority in educational -

cheaper cars. Multi-car ownership is also up", the Review as an old friend and in Ibehalf of the Shands needs lies in the elementary schools and the high

.stated. familY.; Mayor Haydoa Burns Jacksonville 1e expressed their schools. There is no point in sending anyone to any college

gratitude for this '"rare gesture" of -appreciation where standards are constantly on the rise unless there Is an
'Last 45 cent of Florida's 2.252,000 registered
year per
:Mr. Powers said that; in addition 'to the $2 million spent adequate preparation. There is no need to send youngsters
automobiles in the 3,500 pound-plus class bearing W and
were by the; state in construction: of the stew bridge :a 'total of $3 out to look for a job they cannot possibly hold down. If they
VVW tags. The proportion of these large cars -was 35 per cent
i : t million more had been spent or committed for wail construction -. cannot hold down a challenging job that will support them and
in 1957. Small cars nth D tags made up 12 per cent of the '
in the County"within .the past tree years. very probably a family they are likely} to join one of the
total last year up from 3 per cent five years ago.
military services and be lost to the
Characterizing. :f'loridaas the 'most carmtadedstate: in community until their re-

"Registration of medium sized automobiles (2,500 to 3,500 the Union and thus the most'highway-dependent 'said i tirement..** -.

pounds) actually dropped 87,000 during the period and stood at -kfr :many cans were made on-xoad funds>> throughout rfhe State. He I Mr. Tynes is particularly well qualified to present a goal

40 per cent of the total last year, down from 60 per cent in 1957. a :promised that as the ,demand for primary higcvays eases in of higher academic quality because of his baek round. A

., the future. awe .funds will available_ Jor better roads In the i I master of arts from the University of Florida he has had eight
The number of Floridians per car dropped slightly to 2.4 County. I years of local experience in a position which translates to a

persons per car compared with 2.8 persons nationally. Mrs. Ethel Geiger Shands widow of Alvin Glenn Shands. State Hep. B. D 'Saunders'oIE of the legislators who guided i i supervision of teaching in the County.

"One car is owned by 58 per cent of Florida families today for whom the bridge is being named accepted from State through Ore :3SK3 session of ftie legislature; ;the bill under I It will be recalled that Mr. Jennings whose life and career
Rep. S. D. Saunders a copy of the legislature's act naming thr which\ the Abridge perpetuates the Shands lame said Mr. I since he retired from a lucrative law practice in Jacksonville
and 23 per cent have two or more. Both figures are above
At the center background is the Rev. Gordon has been devoted to the
national averages. Visitors' cars are not included in these new bridge. Craig Shands .teesicht .concaving: building the(original bridge, I betterment of educational standards
calculations." minister of the First Methodist Church Green Cove who spoke dedicated in Jfcpril. T1928,"bad contributed to 'the growth of the I throughout the state offered four changes In the current oper-

the benediction following the dedication ceremonies.St. County sad :offl: of inonda. He presented to :Airs. Btands a ation of public schools as a means of raising the educational

( Augustine Record Photo By Philip Whitley) framed copy >B.the:niet under-which the bridge was named. levels of the County's school system. They are: (1> A 12-month

I Other Beakers: included Senator Verle Pop. .FornBtr Senator school year with 240 days of sessions (vs. 180 days now). ThY

II : Edsia; G Eraser,-and:L'Biats'Smith who meted as master would more efficiently utilize the school plant In being; (2)
Libraries Exhibit
:I Clay :Of ceremonies The .invocationwas spoken by the "Rev. C. E. addition of a 7-period 45-mlnute period school day such as is

van der Maaten. The Rer. Gordon Craig minister of She First now in practice across the nation and in experimental opera

P :Methodist: Church :in Green 'Cove. who escorted Mrs. Shands tion in Duval and Dade counties; (3) abolition or, at least

The Century's Best Sellers : to the bronze plaque the unveiled; the west end.! of,the:bridge minimization of so-called "spectator sports"; and (4) greater

epoke the cJnsrng pmyer. emphasis on mathematics and the pure sciences.It .

Others on the platform inclui rtl Mr. Shante two-surviving was Mr. Tynes who. In 1957. introduced experiaoeatal

brothers former: Elate :Senator "W. !A. Shands Of Gainesville; --grouping- the Middleburg School. Grouping a recess

I Zane Gray Caldwell etc. and J. W. Shands. of Jacksonville sister. Mr*. C. C.:laxson, nnv:: danon high on the Conant Report puts together student

of Gainesville;; rand the -wiflmy .of smother broader. '"J.1n..1. S. of similar ability and Interest. In order to make it work the

Shands also of Gainesville;senator(Charley Jonas,:-of:Bradford practice cf grouping requires extensive student-testing to de
The Green Cove Library this exhibiting America's i, 1920-The Man of the Forest by Zane Grey. County; members of the county commissions of both Clay and termine intellectual capacity aptitudes etc.
fiction since 1900. 1925 Soundings, by Hamilton Gibbs. St. Johns The "
best-selling I counties and municipal:and civic leaders of both areas. Middleburg experiment and grouping: I fa BOW la &a

In a 60-year literary epoch that saw American writers turn' 1930-Cimarron. by Edna Ferber. 1 tied practice throughout the County which has a te+ilag program -
their backs on the euphemistic mollycoddle of Victorian liter- 1935-Green Light by Lloyd Douglas. I I : as extensive as any in Florida.

ature in favor of a sometimes too-stark reality (Erskine Caldwen's 1940-How Green Was My Valley by Llewellyn. II Where To Vote I I Indeed the County's public schools now regularly

"God's Little Acre" Is among the period's'six best sellers). 1945-Forever Amber by Winsor. j for basic intelligence achievement and aptitude aH students'in test

Mrs Humphrey Ward. Zane Grey and Kathleen Winsor are 1950-The Cardinal by Robinson. the second fifth eighth and eleventh grades. In the Ise
high on the roster of those whose books were read by hundredsof 1955-MarJorie Morningstar. by Wouk. Polls will be opened at 7 Strickhuid's Grocery :Stare of:transfers into the County school system testa
thousands of persons. 1960-Advise and Consent, by Drury. o'clock Tuesday morning for Xingsley Lake; Precinct 6, year of II trance whatever grade is involved. given the'

Those 60 years witnessed the rise of such literary titans as The perennial best selling subject is cookery with The the special election at which County voting house -en another of Dr. Conant's recommendations would J

Sinclair Lewis Hemingway William Faulkner Scott Fitzgerald. Better Homes & Gardens Cook Book being tops in this area. voters win accept or reject Highway 21 at TSehnore; I every high school student to take four years of EnftWh awTtl
I Edmund Not far behind in popularity is religion. three proposed state constitutional Precinct 7.. City Ball .Key- write a minimum of '
E M Forster. Wilson Thomas Wolfe the Sitwells The best seller of all one English theme a e& .
Gertrude Stein and a baker's dozen more. Each of them had times is. of course the Bible. No accurate figures for sales of amendments and stone Heights: ; Precinct 8, In spite lf the fact the State requires only ,

t a direct hand in reshaping American and English literature.In Bibles are available because of the numerous editions portions name three school trustees. City Hall. Orange Part; English in its high schools the CountY's acbooIs three IJeen. et

1900 American readers were devouring- automated etc.. published by many publishers. Poetry, one of the most They will close at 7 o'clock Precinct' 9. County voting : tour sirs of English writing a theme a .. ''ry'e

works of Mary Johnston t"To Have And To Hold"); Paul For.. honored of the creative arts over the centuries is probably the I| Tuesday evening. house. on Highway 17, at I says that English teachers have been urged to wee Mr. x=

('Janice Meredith"); and Winston Churchill the American poorest seller in the publishing field. i Election will be held at West Tocoi; Precinct 10. writing. The requirement is almost ertahg1 hQuIre u.-
I the following voting places 11M fHIt-.c
: ,
novelist not to be confused with the greatJBritish statesman. Totaling sales from County Court House annex however probably because
< all sources-paperbacks, book-clubs. ; Precinct 1, County voting correcting 80 or man u... isreldy
Following this trio of literary ghosts we have such best and trade outlets-the following five titles excluding tht Bible Green Cove; Precinct 11. puts an enormous burden on English teac who
sellers as John Fox, Harold Bell Wright and Gene Stratton are the top selling books of modern times. house behind the Countyjail City Hall (also known as the duties in addition to teaching English ""lbe haft ...,'
in Green Cove; Precinct County voting house). Penney rs-o years of Mathematics CountT ____
Porter + 1. In His Steps, by Charles Sheldon. s.
trj 2. Doctors .
Inlet Civic
The following list of best sellers reflects the in I Center :Farms; and Precinct 12,. i In other areas. County school
2. Common Sense Book of aref slHnr ...
Baby and Child Care,by Dr.Spack. ; Precinct 3. MiddleburgCivic Lesler. Amoco Conant's .. of Dr.
Station 2600
reading interests over the last sixty years. recommendations in Uie fields of ,
1905 Marriage of William Asheby Mrs. Ward'- r 'i k- 3. God's Little Center; Precinct 4, Blanding Blvd.., OrangePark. requirement; teaching acrMtfes"afcd 111II 1EN1 9 language -
; \f. l!:< i Acre by Caldwell. County voting house
at the tnJning
.? for both boys and .
The / + '- girls. althonrr
1910- Rosary by Florence Barclay t. 4 Better Homes & Gardens Cook .' ,. touch hM beea
t r Book. and Manville School; Precinct 5. -- area. doot iR ..

1915--The Turmoil,_ by_Booth Tarkington. -.*... ... :%*._. 5J Gong. With the_ Wind, by Margaret MitchelL .; --' ........- ........} .: .. '*
s (Continued on Page 5, Cols 3 and 4>

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(May{ County (Crescent!

ifications of this amendment before voting for it. In the year

2014 when these bonds we hope will be paid off the adults

b7 DUNCAN GRONER To the Clay County Crescent: reading, this letter will be long dead. If it is adopted it will

The County's First B011al1zai I like this series you are doing on education and I have only be practically impossible to repeaL Far too much money is

"But you don't understand," he says. His voice has in it one comment: so far there has been no mention of the teachingof going for the wrong thing. We need better pre-college training

Record sales totaling more than one billion dollars were a quality of tolerance and forgiveness in the face of my massive economics. The free enterprise system in this country is so before we need college training for unprepared boys and girls,

reported last week by Burlington Industries the nation's largest ignorance which softens the blow to my ego. misunderstood; high school and college students are so poorly vocational training for that 65 per cent who won't even go to

textile producer and the parent company of the Green Cove "No." I say with all the patience I can muster. "No. I'm informed on the capitalistic system and are being indoctrinatedin college.

Springs Yarn Company.Two afraid I don't understaind. In fact, I don't know what qual- socialism in the schools and in public print socialism is the J. L. LytleChairman

ifies you as an expert on the subject of juvenille delinquency."But real danger.
weeks ago The Crescent reported steadily rising sales .
"came home." I ,have real two articles ht tells me. "Certainly you Some strong statements were made regarding John Dewey.I ---The Clay County Committe"to Improve Our*Schools
since Burlington
tax collections in the County
curious to know if these statements were made from hear-
will agree that J. am
Edgar Hoover is an authority. I read an
Sales tax collections are a direct reflection of spending. or from having actually read his works. From my experience -
article by him in say
a magazine and theo there was that piecein
i Not all the additional money spent came from yarn com- US News & World Report" I have not met one teacher in Clay County who has eve* ., .

pany paychecks. Some of it came out of hiding because with heard of John Dewey much less having read any of his material "'
the reentry of Burlington into the County was a morale booster I feel a little as if I were in conversation with Moses right and I am wondering if the writer is In that class. To the Clay County Crescent: -
after his episode with the tablet. I am remiided of the ancient Curious
that gave County people the confidence they so sorely neededto i adage about the mockingbird that was charmed out of the trees. I wish to record my objection to Amendment No 2 which

spend to repair to renovate, to build to expand. The self-assurance the fascination the sheer genius of a (Editor's Note: John Dewey was a philosopher and teacher the voters,of the State' will consider at the poHs. 0, next".. Tuesday

Winston Churchill who left a deep scar on the teaching methods around the world. I My reasons follow:
One of the very vital statistics recited in Burlington's an- a Hyman Rickover. a Charles Evans Hughes

nual report lies in the statement of the company's president pale beside the dogma I am listening to. i His written works run into the dozens. It is virtually impossibleto 1. The amendment would authorize something in the nature -

Charles F. Myers. Jr.. that $50 million was spent during the "So do two magazine articles make have been a teacher more than a year and not know in of an open-end bond issue unlimited. It is said
you an authority on
year for capital outlays; that the record earnings were attributable juvenile delinquency" I ask the young man opposite me. broad outline the wild principles of education enunciated by that $75 million is the first bite; and so it is. It is further

in part to "expanded research efforts and equipment Dewey and accepted by American Japanese Turkish etc.. stated (read the amendment) that the amounts of future
"Listen, he says to me, as If I had stopped up my ears, "I I educators. It is totally impossible to have been a newspaperman -
modernization. know I know ., if I live to a hundred 111 never be 1 for 22 years and not know something of John Dewey's issues for the same purpose may be enlarged by a two-

Capital outlays research and equipment modernization are able to write the way you do. But I know you'll never knowas works. For a better understanding of Dewey's ideas "CUrious"' thirds vote of the legislature.

the sinews of a great corporation. Any company that is not I much as I do about the way judges are coddling juvenile is referred to "American Education Today" an anthology of 2. The funds to be raised through this proposed bond issue

constantly; seeking new products better production methods is delinquents." I essays edited by Paul Woodring and John Scanlon. The bookis have nothing to do with primary education, which is in I

in daily and deadly peril of losing its markets. It is this type I 1- Don't limit your aspirations to the way I write" I warn available in the County Library system. Dr. Conant's "Amer- crisis. The target here is a moving one always undescribed

of strong, research-minded company which, it must be hoped, him. "Talk to me. don't tell me." ican High School Today" was published by McGraw-Hill Book vague: Junior colleges where A country club-style

ths nctr: industrial: parat Green Cove will attract. Co., Inc., New York City, and may be obtained for $1 (paper- college somewhere in the Canaveral area technical that
"But you don't understand," he shouts."I back at the Effie Sutton Book Store in Jacksonville). will give the Massachusetts Institute of Technology a run
Green Cove Yarn is the County's first bonanza a rich
I understand one thing," I say. "I understand that you for its money? P
of in local circu-
vein that promises to put $500,000 new money

lation annually. Let us hope it is the beginning of others to I are underprivileged. You are underprivileged in that you have To the Clay County Crescent: 3 Over and above the $12 million which the Junior colleges -
no servants to wait on you as I once did. You under-
come. Until then we can take pride in having among us a are not I I would like to say I am personally opposed for several would get if this amendment is passed, legislative
privileged in that you do not go to an expensive boarding schoolas
plant of a strikingly great corporation. I reasons to amendment No. 2, which would provide funds for appropriations for 1963-65 provides another half million
I once did. You are not underprivileged in that have
I construction at junior colleges and universities.I for a NEW Junior college and yet another $17.2 million for
not seen Europe as I had when I was These
your age. things
understand the amendment if adopted, will authorize an capital expenditures for all junior colleges.
retraded my development the ''
development of whatever
I char-I' immediate bond issue of $75 million. However it does not stop
acter and ptrsonality I have. The slums you have lived 4. Total appropriations for the next period amount to
there. It provides for additional bond issues that could total I
Get Out And Vote the absence of anything that has ever challenged your mind. $300 million in the next 20 years. $993 million of which the state's education program will) sop *j

You have picked up bits and pieces of information and regarded I Undsr the amendment, the bonds will be amortized or up $540 million a cool half billion. Tax money is bean; (i

A few County voters and those throughout the State them as holy writ because no one ever told you otherwise. retired, by pledging certain utility taxes for the next 50 years sluiced into the pipes at an impossible volume rate.

who choose to exercise their responsibilities as American citizens With no one to hash them out with you became certain they or until the year 2014 in the next century. However there lust- .
the '
were Eternal Verities. 5. The tax rate and the tax take of personal : ,
will go to the polls on Tuesday and accept or reject any or II does not appear to be any safeguard that will prevent future $11 billion is being called on to service education roads

all three proposed consititutional amendments.A "Listen," he protests "You don't understand. I am trying legislatures from pledging other taxes to retire these bonds. and welfare at a rate impossible for sound economic sense

to tell you something and when I don't agree with you, you Anything can happen in 50 years and probably will. The very growth factor will be choked down and choked
the ballotis
copy of the amendments as they appear on say I am wrong." The reason given for a 20-year signed check for $300
for and I off since 30c of every dollar of the income in the state Of
1. Some'of the arguments against
published on page "No", I tell him, "I don't say that yau are wrong. I just million in an expected "population explosion" in our colleges.I Florida is being taken for taxes (federal state local I ,
them are included in a news story on page 1. I don't think your ideas have been tested in the sort of bull do not feel that Florida voters should be opposed to the

That every eligible citizen vote is far more important than session where I and all my contemporaries once tested our immediate expenditure of $75 million for our schools but most 6. If the debt position of the state were not so dangerousand

any provision included in any of the three proposed amend- ideas." i of it should be spent where the so-called "population explosion"is had not been so cleverly mishandled (with design

ments. already being felt: in our elementary and high schools. and now at the BILLION DOLLAR MARK (Fla. constitu-
"And what ideas did you have?" he asks me blandly."Oh .
:;t;;the amendment listed as No.1, The Crescent feels Here, where our children should receive the basic education tion says we have no debt), and this would add uncounted
we talked about the existence of God and the com-
that it should be rejected. While it may be true as its spon- required for college admission, we find over-crowded classrooms, millions to the fixed changes now so carelessly obligated,
parative genius of Chopin and Beethoven. We tried to
sors claim that electing a governor and other high State offi- inadequate equipment insufficient trained teachers and finally, this matter might be considered. But even then it shouldbe
Beethoven's Emperor Concerto, tht minuet of kings with
cers at the same time a Presidential election is going on tends i a a great void in vocational subjects needed by those who will rejected. AND WITH THE DEBT STATUS AS IT IS.
i Chopin nocturne, the fall of pellets in a clear pool of spring
to blur local issues; it further and more importantly, tendsto 1 terminate their formal education on their graduation from high ALL OF IT SHOULD BE OPPOSED. FOUGHT, AND
I| water, the psychic music in which every note counts and not a
perpetuate the anachronistic 1-party system that has been I school. VOTED DOWN I
single note can be left out. No one really knew what he was
the South's burden for so many generations. While Governor Approximately 35 per cent of our children will go to college.
I talking about and no one dared claim he did, for fear someone 7. THE FUTURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA SAYSA
Bryant has expressed himself as being opposed to the 2-party This means we are committing ourselves to spend possibly $300
I else might. We all started out by saying 'But look!" never "NO VOTE IS URGENT IN THESE SAD AND UN-
system the broad experience of democracy in the past two or million for this chostn few. What of the other 65 per cent
"But listen and 111 tell you. REALISTIC CIRCUMSTANCES.
three hundred years has favored it as best for the people.As We need to spend our money where it is most needed. The

to amendment No. 2, we think it is badly drawn. It I We argued no one ever got angry about whether 65 per cent of non-college youth and the 35 per cent of those Cecil Executive Wright Vice Pemberton PresidentFla.

(of scientific Herbert Hoover was a well-meaning misfit or whether he should! who will go to college will benefit from a rise in the qualityof
derogates the high purpose creating a great cen- Tax Information Asm., IncJacksonville ,
it it to the have stuck to engineering. We talked about whether in the our pre-college educational levels.
ter of learning) of those who conceived ; delegates
legislature the amount of future issues (except to limit them,,I depths of a rain forest where there was no load to hear a My second basic objection to amendment No. 2 is that while
sound, the crashing a huge tree created sound." our state legislature may now authorize funds for schools and
biennially to $50 million): and it leaves wide open the future

sources of amortization of any such future issues. It does not, "What is the difference" he asked me. "between light and colleges we are going to be asked next Tuesday to pass a con- !
stitutional amendment that cost $300 million in the TV Refrigerator, Washers (Automatic or Wringers)
as Mr. Lytle has pointed out, take into consideration the scholastic -I darkness, if there is no eye to see it. Is there light if it is not may us -
next 20 In Putnam St. Johns River New and Used
preparation of those who will seek higher learning; i i. e.: I seen? What is narkness if only blindness meets it?" years. neighboring County,
Junior College has been built from funds the
It does not satisfy the basic requirements of the elementary and i I I could not answer my son's question. I knew he would appropriated by

high schools. The Crescent has already said it was the lesser of I have to look hard in the darkness of growing up for someone legislature. Why can't each legislature which meets every two ABC TV Purnitme OutletOpen

satisfy the basic requirements of the elementary and high who would challenge his self-assurance and test his foolish years appropriate the needed funds Why are we being askedto

schools. The Crescent has already saiad it was the lesser of I i unanswerable ideas in the light. million write a blank check that will run up over 20 years to $300 8:00: a. m. to 6:00 p. m.

two evils. On the basis of additional information we would I
Amendment No. 2 is absolutely unnecessary. I urge all
reject the amendment.We '!I I

would reject amendment No. 3 for the simple reason ,
that it provides for another bond issue for the conservation of

our natural resources and for the development of our recrea- 1 I I

tional facilities. There are at least a dozen pressing problemsthat ,

should have priority over this one we believe. : Cotney Tire Service Orange Ave MotorsBob

The rejection of all three amendments will only be accom-

plished if there is a heavy vote. For every advocate of eachof : .: \ Sparky says:: Cor. Park & King Jacksonville

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I H C & Penney Farms I Services for Mrs. Irene MooJ J Hang --- PRESENTS FOSTER RECITALAT MEMORIAL "
dy Tew, 50 years old who died

at St. Vincents hospital aftera Mrs. E. F. Montgomery, Jr.,
Reporter: SIRS. HERBERT D. MYERS, Phone 5Z9-8131
long Illness were held at the wife of the minister of the
The meeting of the W.C T.U. are trying to have beer sold'.MHC at Penney Farms. We] Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Powkes" Black Creek Raptist Church on x, r 1dllrQ Orange Park Methodist Church,

was held October 22nd in the through vending machines,and all feel that we know our State and daughters, Marie and Ann, Oct. 20.Mrs. tx w r' presented a recital on the 97-

lecture room at 3 o'clock with! to cause more women to be better and are proud of it. from Statesboro. Georgia, Tew, who was a nativeof ,. bell carillon at the Stephen

Mrs. Marie Wilson as hostess. come drunkards, as they are spent the weekend with their Ward, Ala., was the wife r.t'a Foster Memorial in White

I using': Rev. and Mrs. R. the and Mrs. of Springs last Sunday.Mrs. .
Following the welcome to the supplied with recipes Raymond parents Rev of Horace Tew Penney L4r L Montgomery, who ma-
: wines and other beverages;' Gregory accompanied by Mrs. Daniel L. Snyder. Farms. She had lived in the-
new members by the president. ,, jored in music at Florida State
Ethel McBride,and Mrs. than 12 n a+
even Vodka. Radio programs Mary County more years. r
Miss Stella three
Cass of
the devotional University, is one epr-
service was led by Miss Eva T. V., and magazine stories :are Storey spent a very pleasant The Annual -Reception for In addition to her husband sons recently taught by repre-

Hoover, 'Who used an appropriate insidiously affecting children weekend recently on the Golden New Members of the Memorial .she leaves three children, Ken- r sCre sentatives of the Deagan Co.,

autumnal theme. Mrs. H. and young people with suggestions Isles of Georgia namely St. Home Community will be held 1 neth Tew and Joyce Tew both of Chicago, manufacturer of

T Button, second vice-presi that drinking isthe Simons. Sea Island and Jec-1 a t t 11 e Penney Memorial I of Jacksonville and Arnold the bells, to operate the carillon -

dent introduced the panel program -I'smart way of life' .kyls Island -where they had I Church on Tuesday, November5th Tew Of Penney Farms. the largest set of tubular

1 and stated the subject, She closed with the siog&ii ove might accommodations., 7:30 P. ,),1. Thirty seven Burial was in Black Creek bells in the world.

+I THEN! NOW! WREN "Start the day with God These islands, some 12 miles] new members will be intro cemetery. Unlike most carillons in the
Mrs. Eva Thomas, leader grog. Start the day with east of Brunswick are year- duced. A varied program will United States and Europe, the
the family altar not the fambar" -!round resorts connected to themainland Foster Memorial bells are tubular -
:and the following members of I interest all who come. Included rather than cast Iron

1 the panel, Mrs. A. D. Shaffer ily via the Sidney Lanier 'Kill Organ Recital by NOTE OF THANKSI (as the Bok Tower carillon is).

Mrs M. C. Orr and Miss Cass Miss Cass then gave many Bridge. Mrs. Ono Coons; Organ :and I wish to thank the many I A newcomer to carillon playing

in turn gave excerpts from the statistics proving the increased The Sidney Larder Bridge Piano Duet by Mrs. Oon Coons friends who were so kind to she says the tubular bells,

address given by Mrs. Fred J. use of alcohol :resulted in the spans the :Brunswick River and and Mrs. T. S. Cleaver; Piano me in visiting my wife while played from a console, are

Tooze, national president of I increase of crime. She quoted I all around:one sees the marshes Solo by Mrs. F. Shisler; -an an- :f jthe was in the hospital. The .. G.ft Koza much less exercise than the

the Woman's Christian Tem- shocking facts about drinkingin of Glynn] which inspired them by -the Choir and \VOID-i|I flowers they brought were j i rcnt Photo hT cast iron bells which exhaust

perance Union at Columbus our national capitol and'Georgia's ;great poet to write I en's Chorus; and another number greatly appreciated by her and : Thomas Milberser.. of Green Cove, reached 18 last most able-bodied male coril-

Ohio in August. I that it is reported :higher in 11 11I II his famous poem "The :Marshes : by the Women's Chorus. by me. After she passed away week and went through the routine so familiar to all young loneurs.
arrelsts lor intoxication than of Glynn". some of our relatives came Recitals are presented every
Mrs. Thomas said the Na- Americans but with a difference. Tommy signed up Ste-
other cities. Her closing On St. Simon's Island are from Alabama for the services. other Sunday at 3
tional Convention had met in Miss Helen Metzner was de clerk of the County Se- features
the ruins of his mother, Mrs. Ralph Milberger phen Foster's music
thought was "Alcohol Educa- historic Fort Frederica We made Arthur Moody's
Columbus twice before the 1963 I lighted have a visit from her the imts-
tion is the answer". a National Monument. 'home our headquarters and I lective Service Board. It will be a while before he takes the each recital. However
convention and reviewed the I nephew. Mr. D. G. Browning of other composers is in-
This was; the headquarters for want to thank the many good next step into a uniform. lie is a freshman at St. Johns ic
beginning of the Crusade in Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer: Mrs.i of Dallas Texas who spent -a cluded.
Hillsboro Ohio in 1873 and the Ethel Goodman Airs. Flora General cOgelthorpe's military: day with her and then -went-on I'friends at Penney Farms for Ricer Junior College and trill be deferred until he completeshis The other two carilloneurs
operations against the Spaniards wonderful food they
organization of the W.'C. T. U. Brown, and Mrs. Clara Harvey I to Eustis Florida fora :way! the education. He is undecided as whether he will becomea trained for the Foster bells are
V in Florida during the. brought ns and for the many Sterett, of Gaines-
in Cleveland. She :urged the with .a friend there Dr. Delbert
left the Memorial :Home Com- education at Gaines-
soldier In June, 1965 continue his
Angio-Spanish struggle (1739-I kindnesses they showed in "so Selson Blocker
I and Mrs.
abolition of the liquor traffic munity on October 21st for a Mrs Marion L. Bull rand ville;
1743) far the southeastern part I many, many "ways. -ille. of Lake City, both of whomare
and said the world had grown trip to the Florida IRanhandle. 1 MissEthel McBride .of IBkan-
of the present United States. Horace Tew pianists.
wider for the women 'of today. The first stop was Tallahassee eatles=Lake N. Y., formerly of accomplished

Mrs. Shaffer asked "What is where they visited the beautiful Brooklyn N. Y.. while ..emcuteto I.

our duty to the public. She capitol and sat in the seat who Mr.have and Mrs.recently R. G.moved Swigart to :their winter home at i ..-..-..-..-.._.._......_.._.._.._.._..-:-:-: : : -:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-.-.-.-.-.-S .-S : H -'.-'.-:-SOUR ,

then gave statistics showing of then did the Brownsville, Texas spent: few
our senator the Memorial. Home Community JANE PARKER :::
that alcoholics in the United same for our congressman. We !days over the weekend with, .-{. xA
from Alma Michigan bad
States are increasing at the marvelled at the beauty and i their good friend Mrs. Charles i
weekend Mr. and
as guests
rate of 250,000 a year, and the cleanliness of the building and ;S. Wright.
Mrs. Leonard Rench from Al
total number -of alcoholics in also of the Supreme Court I Apple i
J 'I ma. TIle Renches have been ,
our nation is twice the numberof building across the way. Next making a circle tour from I Miss: Isa Neel enjoyed about /I H/ I ,

men and women serving in was Chattahoochee where we a -week's visit from her niece,
Michigan ,to Kansas to Florida I
the armed forces of our coun- drove through the spacious and Mrs. Raymond Cree and +
t and back home.
: try. In spite of the continued I well landscaped grounds of the daughter Katherine from Morgantown xi

efforts of the :Brewers Associ- State Mental Hospital. Thenon West Virginia and :
The JSIissioary Committee of
ation to popularize beer it is to Pensacola -where we the Guild reminds all desiringto Mrs. Creel's daughter and husband : i 11 IB EACHIHXHI 39c i

encouraging to :note that more found a motel and had dinner. present gifts to Church Mr. and Mrs. John Han- i

than half {he super-markets in Next morning, October 22nd :World Service for South Asia(! ney from Philadelphia. After

America do not :sen"beer. we left Pensacola :and motoredfor I their visit here they went to ,
Mrs. Orr began with the six hours aiang the Gulf to have them ready for the St. Petersburg.Mr. .r.. .....-.;;-'._-'._'...J_...."!._."" +:IWH+W T.-r-r'---*. .*!----H.
combined Guild and World
question "What :are the effectsof of Mexico. The
scenery was with
Community Day meeting No- Your dreams come
advertising on crime?" She marvelous and real contrastto
a :
vember 13th. These articlesare and :Mrs. Milbourne ., trices in this PLAID STAMPS
named the brewersare the between .Jg'xggf*
many ways really hilly country ,
requested: 1-Sewing bagsan Daneker of Baltimore. ..
Maryland ,
using to increase the twelve Tallahassee :and Pensa- ,. ----- 4ld are effective va. i rll,.., An'" & PI _14m, 8<.
dsupplies i ; Layettes;; visited their aunt Mrs.
billion dollars spent for alcoholic cola. We went through Pana- 3-1
.1 Cotton piece goods; 4- Isaac T. Parks October 21st. ,
thru Saturday p
beverages annually. They ma City then to Perry and on T-shirts. .f t 1
1 They enjoyed lunch together
i' know it pays to advertise and through Starke to our own I l
at Qui-si-Sana hotel in Green "November 2nd ', or.. ,

The Stamp Club held their. Cove Springs. Mr. and Mrs.

first meeting of the season at Daneker have been -visiting
the home x>f the Ackermans on their daughter Mrs. T. E. Doss,

RCA VICTORTHE October 24th with a good attendance I Jr., -at Atlantic Beach. Mr. Vk

Stamps were exchanged Doss is a Vice President of the.

and some old Ameri- Atlantic National Bank in BagsBUY .

can stamps belonging to a Jacksonville.We I. SUPER RIGHT COOKED f
Q n '' non-member were offered for ,, .
PICK OF THE PORTABLES' sale. Various items of interestto I I II u 100 TEA 0',9
welcome Mrs. CliffordW. REGULAR PRICE : (: .
philatelists were discussed.The .
c November meeting will be .Reeves as a new resident in I GET ADDITIONAL 25 S

I'E at the home of the Rev. and]I the Memorial Home Community. HAM' '

Mrs. G. P. Howard.On Mrs. Reeves is from War-I i -- F FREE-- -

-- renton Georgia, about 40 miles
from Augusta. She taught 1st
Tuesday October 23rd SUPER RIGHT SELECT BEEF
and 2nd grades in the Presbyterian
the Rev. and Mrs. Daniel L.
Mountain SchooL Na- SHORT SHANK HALF
I Snyder were surprised- by several -
cooche Institute near Gainesville -
MORE PEOPLE -- friends from Eustis Florida Liver "'
== j1 Georgia. She retired in I
their former home. Mr.
OWN -_ I I 1933 after teaching 16a2: yearsin
RCA VICTOR -- and Mrs. Wiley Copeland Mr. \
___-- I other schools on accountof t- 45c lb.
and Mrs. George Marshall, .
TELEVISION her mother's illness. .
THAN __ Mrs.: William :Davidson:: all of 29c Ib "

ANY OTHER Eustis. and Mrs. David Murphyof : .

KIND... 1.akeVorth spent the day I Mrs. IrVm W. Foster and WHOLE OR BUTT HALF

BLACK AND WHITEOR __ at MHC. All enjoyed a dinner !daughter Mrs. Clyde Mullis Uf FRESH GROUND

party In the cafeteria. On Sat- Glen Rock, :New Jersey, were

A COLORThe : neighbors of the Scyders, Mr. I visiting the Memorial Home;

1! urday, October 26th former I I Community for a few dayas Beef 49c Ib .

and Mrs. S. P. Demins and Mr. and were qtote. charmed with

ROOMMATE r and Mrs.:'P. C.'Hudson,,.of Eus- i the setting and surroundings.',

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By Dave Hitler by Richard Allan Koza

Rebels remain undefeated -: of the Rebels' linemen (Lon --.'-
after defeating Starke 13-12'' Custer John Spearman,I The Green Cove Junior High line. I .

on Starke's home field. Green Charles Starling, Archie Sweat, I Rebels did it again. I Green Cove had the ball '
This time it the Piratesof I again in the second S\le\;
extra Cove's point touch-downs were scored and during the Don Mack Bowles Kirkland Buddy, Doug Howenn Jones,, Ferandina Beach was on their and Looney ran for another quarter q w 4 $ aFw s s; k i S I II 5c 5c

the second-quarter the first by Don Hartman Greg Looney, own ground that went down touchdown. In the third quar- r I
before the Rebel onslaught.The ter and Looney ran for an- >? A
Greg Looney after receiving a and George Showalter) kept
Rebels received the other touchdow. In the third "
opening -
pass, the second by Don Hart- Starke from getting extra .
kick-off and took it to quarter the Rebels kicked off ': e, COUNTRY OLEO 6 OZ. PATTIES 0
man on an end run. and the points which could have cost h "*
near their 40-yard line. From to Fernandina, and the Piratesran : j
extra point by Doug Jones. Green Cove the game.Starke's ,4 DUKE NO. 1 TALL CAN DOG FOOD
There there Greg Looney carried the a touchdown and took the : f4t o Q
were many fine runs touch-downs were **
made by Doug Jones. Dave scored during the third and ball over the line for the first extra point, putting the score $ MF BRAND NO. 300 CAN EARLY JUNE PEAS
touchdown of the evening. The at 14 to 7.Toward .,' o om
y Mitchell Don Hartman, and fourth quarters. ; ao
Rebels made the extra point. he end of the third ,, ONIONS PER POUND
Greg Looney. Excellent work lr ;; { ,
r The Rebels kicked off to the quarter, the Rebels' Doug 4 ROYAL GELATIN ALL FLAVORS &
Pirates but they failed to get Jones ran a third touchdown.In .
I HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL PARADEThe I.I the yards they needed. On the the final quarter, Green ; :: S CRYSTAL BRAND HOT SAUCE 3-OZ. BOTTLED
fourth down they punted but Cove took the balal once again
Halloween Carnival down Avenue Walnut .o IVORY SOAP PERSONAL SIZE .g
parade Orange to /
it was deflected by one of the over the line with Don Bowles .... 3
will form 4 o'clock and
at this down Walnut to the -oi'
players and Green Cove recov- doing the running this time. :;) CANNED SIIURFINE BUTTER OR
: .. h
Saturday November 2nd at Junior High School where it x
ered it behind the scrimmagerade In the fina lminutes of the '
Park Street and Orange Avenue will disband. Rebels '- SWEET MILK BISCUITS ?
game, the had the ball f --
(the street between Van Prizes will be awarded for r. S an
again but time ran out on I-lt'
Ness Buick and Roberts Chev- i the most original costume and them. VEAL CUTLETS 2-OZ. SERVING
rolet). the best float. in costume. 1 _i 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c

The parade will begin All elementary school chil- Following the parade the r ; :
PROMPTLY at 4:30: o'clock. dren are urged to join the pa- Carnival will be held at the PEENE-ALDRICH 4 FLORIDA IIA. -PACKED. NO. 303 CANSTomatoes

The route of the parade is Little League Field. ''' SD
--- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruce if YAK.

Peene of Toronto, have announced -
: ...' R7:'::--: /. t':>:: ''-;:;'" ..-' '. '. :, '1; ;:' ':',- '. .':.:. ;:!t $ the wedding of their F

zi .. "... .. :.>.'.".. '.". ::..'. .. .: ..::I daughter Elizabeth Ann Ald-
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: : :: y. .. f:: :! i! ron to CpL David Scott Aldrich -
,: .. # USMC, of Admiral C. r
son :
E .. } .' .'<:,::,;.::.: 3 for 25c
; "< : :>
(B 'f c / 4 : :::: E. Aldrich. USN, Ret., and Mrs. .. .

V Aldrich of Green Cove Springs. f A< 1

The wedding ceremony was .
Jo. "-" -- --
t ; : = performed on Oct. 12 in Trin-

71: I 'k .. t' \ ; ,, .rrwrNw POT TIME r rr 5. ,4.1A ? ity Chapel, Oahu,, Hawaii.Marine Corps The brideis AirBase '.'" REGULAR SIZETide

4'.5*<& ff .....-5:...:... ':*:".:,::,":,:"':.:.*:::'': a registered nurse who has -x
b i ,' \s-I 61 G .' '.. .>..:<.:.::::....:-.w"::;,:?:::'.:':-.::n been working in a Honlulu hos- r /.A b f

': Qth racas pital. 8eSUNNYLAND
A1lif Cpl. Aldrich has been in the
> Marine Corps two and a half "'h
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years. Prior to entering mili- c 5555 M
r Parkicaiii1 J { tary service he was graduatedfrom x

I .Olange ? Clay High. He expects to aCre

a ..' ,'l \,:. :.:).}1ttli be released from service in the
>> His plans after that eeat Photo byGet> "eta
.....,.n.It 1tAC1t1t1PaHTL=: y tXCfPTSU o..Y.. .0 ( pS1V>1T1ZS'iaPlisefen;d3 t.!!f spring.
are undetermined. This 4 ft. 2 inch rattler was killed on the banks of Riley

Creek near Keystone last Saturday by Phillip Garner Jr., 17 Picnics27c

years old and Edward Coleman, 14. The two boys encountered -

the snake with six buttons and some missin on a

CHOP fallen tree and successfully bested it with a fishing pole. iLIG..L .
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NOTICE Murrhee I lb.

Insur ance Agency ,
XO. 3726 I
Sinclair JOYCE S. BOWMAN. PlaintiffVS. ;N

Defendant. .
NOTICE OK SLIT: owe: RICHARD MURRHEE .4 ?(aa13'At (,- ?I 4g4e; -
I Highway 17 Orange Park
Your dreams cem*true with U.Pvt.S.James 52568145 Ralph Bowman Phone 473-4786
U. S. Army Training Center
BILLS Infantry Fort cordon Georgia ,
a suit has been :filed
against you in the a5o\e entitled !
cause and you are hereby reQuired rs5P! t.
to serve upon plaintiff's' JJ'ere The Best Is Belter" We Collect
attorney whose name and wtt i I :
Level out your heating costs even in the peak winter months. Changenow ten detents appear, if any. to your the bill of I : EJecU1e
complaint in said suit copy of OXLY
which is dlivered to here-I
to Sinclair's Monthly Payment Plan that lets you spread pay- wt'n. on or. before December 2. aMj
A. D. 1963.Herein

ments over an easy, convenient period. Xo interest or carrying confesso will fail be not er-ered or decree againstyou pro .- BEST Telepb.De
II for the relief prayed In the YOUR
bill of complaint.THE Bill

SINCLAIR HEATING OIL with RD-119R corrosion inhibitor helps < (COURT WITNESS" SEAL my) hand and the
seal of said Court at Green Core

you cut down heating bills because it fights rust and corrosion, gives Springs.October Florida A. D. 1963.this 30th day at HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGSGet

you more heat, cleaner heat per dollar. j By: Vivian ClrvnH H. JSofim.COurt It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE
Deputy Clerk
BURNER SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner service men are Attorney Richard C.for Gordie.Plaintiff

Address Bank Buildinr. I

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THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3,1. 1963 \ Stay( Olpuntg! Crescent! ; .

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i One Fifth of Voters County SchoolsContinued '. ',-- .. -

( from Page 1)) is not Just a local but a state problem.. We cannot he says, TV SERVICE '- ALL MAKES

- However the rise in the educational standards of the continue to impose on a small minority ,of: people who 'are
May Go To Polls Tues. County's schools must be orderly: it cannot be overnight. Mr. already paying the major portion of local taxes.

Tynes is keenly aware of the limitations that hold down any He comes here to the thesis that the rich communities of ABC TV- Furiiitute Outlet
south Florida must to missionary role in the
quick remedy.He agree a buildingof
County educational and civic leaders joined this week in
public educational facilities in north Florida.
urgin'a'big; turn-out at next Tuesday's election. To be votedon would expand the foreign language offerings in both Pay or Nfcht Phone 284-6831
are three proposed state constitutional amendments two elementary and secondary grades, enlarge on the county's read- "The ordinary public school facilities the equipment and -
f of them highly controversial and three unopposed candi- ing program and improve summer school activities to the extent teaching salaries in Dade County" Mr. Tynes says "are incomparably .
dates who will be named County school trustees. that more courses for credit and remedial work are offered. superior to anything in all of north Florida. Until "
this section of the state is able to develop itself to the
In,spite of the importance of two of the proposed amendments He would like to see some experimenting with the 7-period extent 'j I
south Florida Is already developed economically The First
day. large we Presbyterian Church
group instruction and teachers' aides
L. E. Wilson, County Supervisor of Registration, estimated -
must look to some form of State aid to raise the level of
teachers) our
that only 1,500 of the County's 7,701 eligible voters will
Mr. educational facilities our equipment and our teaching salariesif I I Magnolia Ave. at Gum
exercise their franchise.Of Tynes that an educator's thinking should be
we are to compete with Dade or other south Florida
broad enough to allow for
the three proposed amendments on the ballot, published changes in a school system and. at I Green Cove
the same time exert effort to build the preparation of our youngsters for a Job or for furtnei i I
every on the exisiting basic
J on this page the most important locally and the most controversial l education at college." I k
is listed as No. 2. _
Some of the Conant Report has been carried out. other But even with the limited funds that are now available I Morning Worship 11 o'clock
This amendment would authorize the State to issue, within recommendations can be. Some will save money while others (limited in comparison with funds available to richer south : '
the next two years, $75 million in bonds to finance a major will call for additional money. Florida communities), standards can be raised. The answer 14. Church: School: 9:45 o'clock

expansion in the State's junior colleges and universities. State Mr. Tynes believes that Florida needs to examine its tax now lies in concentrating on the academically talented the f VISITORS WELCOME
utility taxes, now $10.8 million annually with estimated
an structure throughout the state. He maintains that financing slow learners and on vocational training for both boys and
annual growth rate of $800,000. would be pledged to amortizethis girls who will seek employment at their high school graduation. of. Ieol.

The other two proposed amendments would changae the
election-year of the governor and other members of the cabinetto
years when they did not conflict with Presidential elections: Col. 1 2
and to authorize another bond issue for natural resources con- SAMPLE BALLOT
servation and the development of recreational fecilities
throughout the State.

Advocates of No. 2 amendment say that with the State's f
college population growingat its present rate and in vinew of Instructions to Voters OFFICIAL BALLOT

the congestion now prevalent at most of the State's junior

colleges and universities, some method must be quickly foundof TRUSTEE ELECTION
financing a major program of expansion of the physical facilities -
of the I State's colleges and universities. S B OFFICIAL BALLOT AND MILLAGE LEVY

Opponents of the amendment point out that the original 1 IE! TURN SWITCH RIGHT ( WARNING-YOUR County of Clay
concept under which tens of millions of dollars would be raised
for higher education in the State envisioned a center of scien- i
tific scholarship in the Orlando area which would feed scientists SHOWING FOR VOTE
I into the U. S. missle complex at Canaveral. 2N2 MARK YOUR BALLOT AND | TO REGISTER County of Clay Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1963

They point out further that in its upcoming budget the LEAVE MARKS 1 5S5 Florida Special Tax School
State has provided $17 million for construction work at its -P 0 x I
SHOWING H 359!! TURN SWITCH LEFT November 5, 1963 District No. 1 I
junior colleges; that a congressional committee has recently authorized 0 I
expenditures of $1.8 billion for colleges and universitiesand
that the proposed bond amendment would give the State's
Junior colleges yet another $13 million.

They charge that the only limitation on future bond issues PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTSNo.

for the same purpose, are that they be reviewed by the Legis- 1 J
lature, and be limited to $50 million biennially and that no
limitation is set on future amortization sources in short CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTTO
that the voters of the State will have no further voice in the ARTICLE IV, SECTIONS 2 and 20

matter. A proposed amendment to Article IV, Sections 2 and 20 of the FORThe
Hirris C. Long County Superintendent of Public Instruction Constitution of the State of Florida providing for the election of the Amendment J
an articulate champion of the bond issue said passage of Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Comptroller, Treas-
the amendment which would grant half a million dollars to urer, Superintendent of Public Instruction and Commissioner of
St. Johns River Junior College is vital to the youth of Clay Agriculture at the 1964 general election for a term of two years and
ounty'because many cannot afford to go to any other college."I thereafter commencing with the general election of 1966 for a term AGAINSTThe r'

hope every voter will get out Tuesday and express an of four years and providing that the Governor elected at the 1964 .t 'E
informed preference. But I hope parents will consider the general election shall be eligible for re-election to the office the next AmendmentFOR ft.t.-

alternatives, between St. Johns, which almost everyone in the succeeding term. .: I .. .i,
County can afford, and almost any other college. or university '
which many of us cannot' afford." JJ ..; .. 1 .

"The proposed bond issue is the only way our colleges and
.. .
unviersities can ever meet the needs of the fast-growing college No. 2 ... ',.<' 411r"'t -:..
population of the State" Mr. Long said. 4 ra I'
"All our State colleges and universities are already over- .
crowded," he said "and classrooms laboratories dormitoriesand .r
other plant facilities are urgently needed." A proposed amendment to Article XII of the Constitution of the
State of Florida by adding a section to be numbered by the Secretaryof ,
A number of Informed persons in the County are highly .r'' ...
The Amendment
opposed to the bond issue.J. State, authorizing the issuance of bonds for capital outlay at insti- J "" 1

L. Lytle, of Orange Park chairman of the County Com- tutions of higher learning, including junior colleges and certain vo-
mittee to Improve Our Schools is one of them. cational technical schools; pledging certain tax funds; providing for
Mr. Lytle's opposition is based on his belief that the State's the use of accumulated surplus to pay for any capital outlay project
''i elementary and high schools are not basically equipped to do authorized by legislature\ ; providing procedures; providing pow- AGAINSTThe
the.Job they are faced with and that until they are. any pro- ers and duties of the State Board of Education and State Board of AmendmentFOR
w vision for the colleges is premature. Administration.

Amendment No. 1 proposes a change in the voting year in .v
which the State elects its governor and members of his cabinetso JJ
that state elections do not conflict with the all-important
4 Presidential election. ..
No. 3
The amendment provides that the Governor. Secretary of .,4.

U Staate. Attorney General Comptroller. Treasurer. State Super- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE IX t .J. ..
intendent ot Public Instruction and Commissioner of Agricul-
ture be elected: in 1964; that a special election of these officersbe "
A proposed amendment to Article IX of the Constitution of the
held in 1966 )
an off-year and that such elections be held
State of Florida section to be numbered the
thereafter four by adding a by Secretaryof
every years. It further provides that the ,
ernor may be elected to more than one term. goV- State providing that the Outdoor Recreational Development Councilas The Amendment J

Advocates of this amendment say a Presidential election created by the 1963 Legislature, may issue revenue bonds, revenue ,
.,( overshadows a gubernatorial so certificates or other evidences of indebtedness for outdoor recreationand
election as to blur local issues;
natural resources conservation and related facilities; providingthat
that if Florida elected its governor in off-years voters would be
enabled to pay greater attention to Florida issues. the Legislature shall designate the revenue or tax sources to be AGAINSTThe
deposited' or credited to.the land acquisition trust fund for their 1
Opponents it is
say a Democratic ruse to prevent a future Amendment J
Republican gubernatorial candidate from riding into office on payment and may impose certain restrictions. ...

the coattails of a highly popular Republican Presidential can-

+ three unopposed candidates who will be named County
school trustees next Tuesday are: M. L. Beasley. of Keystone:
Glenn Ryan of Doctors Inlet; and Clifford L. Geiger Jr.. of
Green Cove. .1

r According to Mr. Long the duties of the school trustees
who meet once or twice a year are to take the recommendationsof
th School Superintendent for faculty members and to pass .
them along, as nominations to be acted on by the School

County now has only one school trustee. She is Mrs.E. ,
L. Bradley of Green Cove who is not seeking reelection

because she thinks trustees should be parents of school-age COUNTY Residence District No. 1
; .
children. The two other trustees elected at the last election I
c. L
\ resigned because of the pressure of other business. They are FOR, TRUSTEESOF GEIGER JR. J
Lindsay Walker of Keystone ,
: and William Courtney of Orange

recent poll of educational leaders in Duval County taken JJ
by the Florida Times-Union indicated most thought the posi Residence District No.2
tions could be eliminated without losing anything. DISTRICTVote
:y I RYANResidence J.Glenn

For Three Persons

HelmFuneral (Only one Candidate may be elected from -r District No. 3

any one County School Board Member M. L.BEASLEY. J

Residence District) .

Estimated millage required for the next ensuing two years =- 10 MILLS

r CHARLES HELM and recommended to be levied: J J.i

Funeral Director 'J. '

,. .
1 a Phone ..SI-9a9GGREEN .-

COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA ..... If you favor a different millage levy pull slideto 0 \ I
right and write in millage .levy you favor. 0 Ir'e i
HJVY. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 445


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LEGAL NOTICE LKG A L KOTICE>"-."... "Y1 r ie.t ''GAL N<>TICECIRCTC 1', I"G..L'OTJCE: : 0; :

l __. -r- Q '
.fX' iui;: IT COURT. *''. J r 4 .
\ ..
CLAY COU.NTY. FLORIDA. Uurrh e. seconded by Commu.
FOR TAX DEEDs IX CHANCERY.NO. Moner Orecn. and carried, the following Resolution was adopted
19-4.HI F.S. C-3704 oy Lue,A oard<< ot County Commissioners of Clay County
that R. E. Sapp. the holderof INC., a Delaware corporation.: .. RESOLUTION
apparent that certain items
the following certificates has Plaintiff, ex
NEW YORK. a corporation. penditures In
the. Budget
of Clay County for the
filed said certificates for a tax vs. year ending Sep-
deed to be issued thereon. The vs. Plaintiff.. ADA TAYLOR O'BARR: tember Sw. 1>>&3. will be Inadequate. and that other items of expen-

certificate numbers and years of LAMAR FRANCIS CHESSERand MARGARET TAYLOR suture will be in excess of the tequired expenditures.

__ issuance the description of the SHIRLEY K. CHESSER.his LACE: ED HOWARD NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Item transfers.

( property, and the names in wife, and JAMES H. RICH TAYLOR; FRANKLIN O'NEAL and transfers from Reserve for Contingencies In the Budget above

which it was assessed are as and KAREN: ANN RICH. TAYLOR: TRUMAN' BRAD- SlVrt0t are necessary *> properly meet the requirements for
follows: his wife. LEY' TAYLOR; nd All'-of for .the Fiscal year ending September 30.
certificate No. 45. Defendants. the unknown heirs and olIots:

All CONDITIONING BOATS TRADING POST Year of Issuance: June 1. 1956. NOTICE OF SUIT devisees or Pearl Franklin GENERAL RESERVE FUND

I;: Description of Property: THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Deceased i ". From Acct. 951 Reserve for Contingencies. .$8,735.00
Part of SW>4 of NW% as : Defendants.

rec. in DEED BOOK 94 page JAMES H. RICH. NOTICE OF SlIT To Acct.. 211 Maintenance of. Courthouse. ...
MILBERGER INLET MARINAMERCURY 5 Township >9> Residence unknown; however.his 261 Elections and Registrations 225.0&
Range 23. mailing addrtss Is believed : Ada Taylor O'Barr. Route 2(8 Miscellaneous
WE BUY SELL TRADE Name in which assessed: to b@: 4. HurtLe Road. Knoxville 270 Administrative 4S5.90
& Alan C. Moore. 14. Tennessee Margaret Supplies 135809
JOHNSON Cpl. James H. Rich 1553464 562
REFRIGERATIONSERVICE Three locations: All of said property being In H MS 12 MAO 12 Taylor Wallace 1538 Bay 811 Inquiries ... 10.0
ENGINES 284-3280 the County of Clay State of c/o F. P. O. Avenue. S. \\. Birming Furniture and Equipment .... '24cooa
15 E. Palmer St. Ph. 811-1
Florida. San Francisco. California ham. Alabama; Ed Howard Voting House 746.90
CROSBY BOATS Warehouse & antiques-old Unless such certificate or certificates YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Taylor. 1526 N.. 17th Street. :::.-% Meadowbrook Voting House .. .111.410<

i shall be redeemed ac a suit has been filed against Birmingham. Alabama;

EE.ZY TRAILERS Gym Bid?., S. Orange Ave. cording to law the property you in the above cause and you Franklin O'Neal Taylor. UU5.00 ".""*
described' in suCh certificate or are required to file your answer 1526 N. 17th Street Bir ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND

I AIR CONDITIONING SALES & SERVICE "BIG TOP" tentBlandingBlvd. certificates will be sold to the with the Clerk of this Court and mingham. Alabama; Truman From. A'.ct. 951 Reserve, for Contingencies ...J1.772.SO
highest bidder at the court Bradley Ta lor. 1526 .
to serve a copy -thereof upon the >
REFRIGERATION OUTBOARD REPAIR at Ridgewood house door on the first Monday plaintiff or its attorneys. Botts. N. 17th St. Birmingham. To. Acct. 411 Supervisor of Roads t % 5a

AND HEATING SERVICE Hwy. 17 Park In Month of November. 1963. Mahoney. Hadlow, Chambers & Alabama. 'and all of the' : 415 Free Labor ... .3,148.09
I Furniture and appliances at which is the 4th day of Novem Adams Barnett National Bank unknown tie Irs and .if! Maintenance of Equipment .'..'.'
Phone CO 4-9825 ber. 193. Building. Jacksonville 2. Florida. sees of Pearl Workmen's Compensation I49CVV
9 S. Palmetto Street
bargain prices 8tfc Dated this 23rd: day of Sep not later than November 12. 1963. Deceased. deVI.1' Insurance

tember. 1963. If you fail so to do. a Decree You are hereby notified irl.00
Home Phone 284-9780 George L. Carlisle. Pro Confesso will be entered suit has been filed against .

Clerk of Circuit Court of against you for the relief demanded in the above entitled cause FINE AND POwF""* It.1'l.U
Business Phone 284-9581 BEVERAGES Clay County. Florida. in the Complaint. This that you are hereby requiredto From Acct 9Z l FORFEITURE

HAIRCUTS Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 suit is to foreclose a mortgage. file your answer with the Reserve Contingencies......| 98.00

The real proptrty proceeded Clerk of this Court and to serve To .A:<'CL 321 Fees &
LEGAL NOTICE against is: a copy thereof upon Plaintiff or Cost. Clerk

VACUUM CLEANERS PAUL'SAll Lot 1. Block 13, MEADOW- Plaintiff's Attorneys whose Circuit Court ; ,gM

We give I.N TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF BROOK. Unit 3. according to name and address is:

TilE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIT. plat thereof recorded in Plat GOLDMAN. PRl' SEt & BE IT I 98.00 8 98.00
"FirsiHaircut"Certificates IAXIJ FOR CLAVCOLATY Book 6 page 36. of the cur- LEWIS FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Clerk
be. this Board
ORANGE PARK Legal Beverages : FLORIDA. rent public records of Clay 549 Florida National Bank Bids- and he Is hereby Authorized and directed to give effect

J j C11A.M.-KUV.: County. Florida. Jacksonville 2. Floridanot. ;:, ::: Ok. of account of Clay to these
County. ..
XO. 37OH Together with all structuresAnd later than the 12th day of er 30' 196* of
I Vacuum Sweeper Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. MID-STATE HOMES INc. a improvements now and November. 1963. 19-24-1963

Florida corporation. hereafter on said land. and If you fall to do so Decree Pro*
f Service Duval County Line ALL HAIRCUTS-SI,00 Plaintiff. fixtures attached thereto; Confesso will" be entered againstyOU I -
: WILLIE F. BROOKS. and also all gas. steam electric for the relief demanded In -- -
,j REPAIR-PARTS-SUPPLIES water. and other 'heating' the Complaint.The .
North of Orange Park SALLY MAE BROOKS -his wife -
I(, FOR ALL MAKES Orange Park Barber Shop I Defendants.NOTICE cooking refriegrating. light nature of said suit being LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE.
OF' SUIT ing. plumbing. ventilating. for foreclosure of mortgage encumbering

f: Rebuilt Cleaners $10 up Hrs. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. THE STATE OF FLORIDA irrigating. and power sys the following described IX THE CIRCIIT
i tems. machines appliances. real property situatein COURT OF
1O. : Willie F. Brooks and Notice Is
1708 Hiway 17 UPHOLSTERING same location for over 15 years Sally Mae Brooks. his wife fixtures, and appurtenances.which Clay County. Florida. to-wlt: C.L.CO'TY.IX FLORID. Clay County hereby Zoning given Commission that the
Residence now are or may hereafter Part of Lots 1 and 2. Section CHAXCERYXO. will bold
unknown a Public
PH 2649771Ph. KINGSLEY & HTWAY 17 You are hereby notified thata pertain to. or be used 34. Township South. Range 3714 Thursday November HrlnK'on
: suit has been filed with. in. or on said premises. 26 East. as recorded in Deed Dora Edwinette Richardson. 8:00 o'clock 1963. at
you even though they be detached .Q9k< 61. Page 398. except p.m.. In the County:
in the above entitled cause; and Plaintiffvs. Commission
BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP or detachable. that part in State Road No. of the
2G49771UPHOLSTERING that you are hereby required to Clay County
file \VITNESS my hand and the 3 *na except that part in Cove Courthouse: Green
MILK DELIVERY your answer the Clerkof seal of this Court at Green Cove Official' Record Book 35. Harold Kenneth Richardson. Springs. Florida for the
Complete Auto & Furniture this Court and to serve a copy Sr. purpose of hearing objections.
Springs. Florida this 3rd day of Page 507. pufeirecords of
Defen4nt If
/ thereof upon the 'plaintiff orplaintiff's October. A. D. 1"3. any. to issuing a permit to
Clay County Florida. NOTICE OF SUIT
Upholstering attorney. -wlwse name (COURT SEAL) hxnd THE comply with Section 1. and Sec-
Wit.nes mv the sea) STATE
and address Is tlon
1400 W. Idlewild Ave. W. D. MorrisDistributor George A. Stelogeannls GEORGE L. CARLISLE.Clerk of said Court at Green Cove TO: XVI of, Paragraph the 2.13 of Article
Clay County Zoning
Springs. Florida this 3rd day of harold Kenneth Richardson
' 830 Lynch Building Sr. Regulations
II; FREE ESTIMATESALL Ph. 284-3505 By Grace M. Carlisle, October. A. D. 1963. ttic-hardson Nuraln Home namely to use the
Jacksonville 2, Floridanot
Clerk following, described for
Deputy L. property
George Carlisle Main Street
Cove Cove Springs Florida later than November 18th an Automobile
WORK GUARANTEED A. D. 1963. Pub. Oct 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 Clerk Circuit Court West Boxtord Massachusetts iness: Dismantling Bus
Free Estimates ,If you fail to do so, decree By Grace M. Carlisle YOU ARE HEREBY NOT :

All MilkFor pro confesso will be entered LEGAL NOTICE Deputy Clerk' FlED that a suit..has been The West 'tf of lob 21,,&. 2?.
1k ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY Jersey Pub. Oct 10, 11 24 ft) filed Block 10. Rldegwood DlvlJon.
\ Free Pick-up and Delivery against you for the relief demand 19S3NOTICE against you In the above entitled Section 20. -
; Orange
in the Complaint. NOTICE OF APPLICATiON cause and you are hereby
; re- rark.
Handle Any and AU of Yom The nature of said suit being FOR TAX, UpKLT > ; (71IAL !' ; qu.tredJ to serve upon Plaintiffs All Clay County Florida,
for foreclosure of moill."age'tn- attorney' whose parties In lnteret and citIzens -
Upholstery Needs! : See. 14.16. F.S. name and ad shall have
Archie PadgettOn cumbering the following described NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, dress appear hereon. your writ to be lieard an opportunity
at said
HAROLD BAXLEY HOME DELIVERYCALL property 'situate in Clay that R. K. Sapp. the helder of NOTJCE OP APPLICATION"KOH ten defenses. if any. to the bill place.. time and
County, Florida to-wit TAT UKKIISec. of complaint In said "
Kingsley Ave., Just : the following certificates has suit. Copy 'l
Owner & Upholsterer 21 yrs. Commence at the Northeast filed said certificates for a tax I".US. F.S. of which I 18 delivered to you LAY COUNTY ZONING.

East of Hwy. 17 EDWIN BAXLEYSon corner of Lot 7. in Block 2 deed to be Issued thereon. The NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN, lerewjth on or before November COMMISSION'

264-9949 284-3166 then run South along the certificate numbers and years of that R. E. Sapp. the holder 0,1 25th. A, I). 1963. By: James E Crowl
Ph. No. COngress 4-9213 and Upholsterer 4 yrs. or East line of said Lot 7. a Issuance. the description of the : the following certificates has Herein fall not or decree pro Chairman

Orange Park Fla. distance of 380 feet to the property. and the names In filed said certificates for a tax confesso will be entered againstyou Pub. 10-24. 31. un
E. A. HU3IMEL Southeast corner of said lot. which It. was assessed: are as deed to be issued: thereon The for the relief prayed In the

Upholsterer 6 yrs. then run West along the follows: certificate numbers and years of bill of mplatrrt.
LEGAL NOTICE South line of said Lot. 644 Certificate No. 8&. issuance the description of the THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT

feet to the point of beginning Year of Issuance: 19S5 May property, and the names In BEINO FOR DIVORCE.

; thenrun West along, 31st., which .it was assessed are as WITNESS my -hand and the LEGALNOTICE _
( ELECTRICALAtlas SIGN PAINTING NOTICE OF INTENTION TO the South boundary of lot 7. Description of Property: follows: seal of said Court at Green Cove

REGISTER FICTIITOUS NAME a distance of 114 feet to a Lot 52 Blk ISA. Fleming Certificate No. 101 Springs.; Florida this 18th day of NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that point thence run North and Inland Estates Year of Issuance. June 1. 1956. October. A. D 1963. APPLICATION FOR

the undersigned under the provisions at right angles a distanceof Name In which assessed: Description of Property: GEOROE L TAX DEED<
Electrical & Mechanical QUALITY of chapter 865.09. Lawsof 380 feet to the North line Fred B. Cerny, Lot 29 Blk 10. Fleming Island Clerk Circuit CARLISLE. S_. F. S.

Florida Acts of 1957. will reg- of lot 7. thence run East. All of said property being In Estates. By Vivian H. Sohm.Court NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Company lister with the 'Clerk of the Circuit -
along the North line of Lot the County of Clay. State of Name in whidi assessed: Deputy Clerk that H. R. Wlegand. the holderof
Court in and for Clay 7 distance of 114 feet to Harold J, Mann. -
a T. J. Jennings Jr. & the following certificates has
We do all types of electrical > SIGN PAINTIING County. State of Florida. upon a point, thence run South to Unless such certificate or certificates All of said property being inthe J. T. Norton Tiled saId certificates .for a tax
k receipt af proof of publicationof the point and place of beginning shall be redeemed according County of Clay. State of Attorney for Plaintiff dted to be issued thereon. Th*

I wiring. this notice. the Fictitious ; all in Hall's sub- to law the property I"Jorlda.UnlelJS. Address: P. certificate numbers and of
LEE WARNER I. name of division of part of Section described In such certificate or such certificate or certtticatep Green Cove gptlf.31.Jiorld:: Issuance the description of the

-. OWL FISH CAMP 31 and 44. Township 7 Southof certificates will be sold to the shall be redeemed * Elton F. Owens
iJ4 RAY SIIIPP 305 Glendenlnr Road Signed Range 27 East. accordingto highest bidder at the court cording to I law the property which It was assessed' are as
Rt. Box
Park Fla. map or plat thereof recorded house door on the first Mondayin described' in .uC'h certificate or follow:
Owner and :Manager Orange Orange Park. Fla. in Plat Book 3 Page Mont.h of November. 19C3 certificates will bo sold to the Certificate No.2.

Phone 264-6316 32073 13 of the Public Records of which is the 4th day of Novem highest bidder at the court LEGAL NOTICE: Year of Iuance June 1. 1961
284-9228 Pub. Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31.
Cia County. Florida. ber. 1963. ruaio gn the first Monday Inscription of Property:
WITNESS: my hand and the Dated this 23rd: day of Sep of November. 1963. L. G.\L Lots S & 6 Blk. D KlngMey
seal of said Court at Green Cove tember. 1903 which Is the 4th day of November. PEN .a' FARMS NOTICE Lake Village SID Sections
Springs. Florida this 12th day of 1963. TOWNCOL'CIL 20 & II Township 6
George L Carlisle. -
October. A. D.. 1963. Dated this 23rd day of
Range 23E.
Clerk of Circuit of

11 1 (i) LI1l.\: Si II ijJ II [!) ..f1 [!!: Si I Clerk By GEORGE Vivian Deputy of the L.H.Circuit CARLISLE.Clerk Swhm Court Pub.- Clay Oct. County.10. 17. U Florida, 31 Court. 1903: Clerk Clay. George 1963.County.of circuit L. Florida.CrlUl Court of cilmen The:MUNICIPAL election for NOTICE office of KI.ECTIOV on Iwo OF the(2)Councilof Coun- the Donald All Name County of In said Holmes.which of property Clay.assessed State being; of In

Pub. Oct. 17. 24. 31. Nov. 7. 1963. LEGAL NOTICE Pub. Oct. 10. 17, ai. 31. 1963 Tuesday.Penney December Farms, will 3rd. be 1963.held at Florida.

Unless such
the Town Hall. Penney Farms certificate or certificates
Florida. Poll will be from shall be redeemed according -
CLASSIFIEDVENDING IX THE COURT OF TUB J.1iGAI4; NOTICE 7:00 a.m. to 7:00: open to law the property described -

-- COUNTY JUDGE: CLAY //Signed/.PG.'Failing in such -certificate or
COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Town Manager certfkateS will be sold to the

FOR SALE: House almost new, FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom WANTED Part time job IX PRO JU.Tfl. REGISTER: FICTITIOUS NAME Pub./Oct. 24. 31. Nov 7. 1963. highest door bjdder at the court b use
In re: Estate of Notice Is hereby given that on the first Monday In

I 2 la miles north of town on house newly painted inside and afternoons office work experience BERTHAASHCROFT.. the undersigned under the provisions Month is the 2nd of December. 1963. which
SPARE TIME INCOME Deceased. of chapter Laws LEGAL NOTICEThe day of December. 1963.
paved highway. Shaded lot. out. reasonable, large yard appliances -. or miscellaneous. JNOTIfK TO CREDITORS of Florida. Acts of 865.09 1957. will Dated this .28th day of October.
i and 1963.
Refilling collecting money FLORIDA ST..TI'TETo
Quiet. Two bedrooms hardwood furnished. Call Penney Phone 284-9785. Lemon Johns. register with the Clerk of the
down I : from NEW TYPE high All Creditors and Persons Circuit Court In and for Clay Board of County Commissioners (COURT SEAL) '
It floors. Adequate Farms. 529-8211. 20tfc 10-31 p Having Claims or Demands County State of Florida George L. Carlisle
quality coin operated dispensers Against Said Estate: upon ere Clay Phone 284-6666. receipt of proof of publication will bids
payment. II You and each of you are here- In the office of 9-12 tfc in this area. No selling. by notified and required to present of this notice the Fictitious the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Pub. 10-31. Il-T. 14. 21. 1963
name ofAUTO until nine o'clock A.
WANTED Citizens interested any claims and demands M. Monday
I FOR RENT 2 bedroom To qualify you must have car which you. or either of you. may SAFETY SERVICE November 4. 1363for :furnishing
personally or financially, 1 have against! the estate of Bertha Signed Joel B. Brown all Propane Gas for the Courthouse -
references $600 to $1900 cash.
house near high school; bath; in AnTicraft deceased late Of Frank F. Brown beginning December' I.
building 2-party system of
FOR SALE 2 bedroom. 6- large yard unfurn.. $40 a Seven to twelve hours weeklycan said County to the County Judgeof Pub. 10-24. 31. Nov. 7. 14. 1963 963..and continuing for a periodof LEGAL NOTICH
government in Clay County Clay County. Florida at his one year.Supplier.mwit
room house with new Fla.roomn month. Tel. GCS 284-3849. net excellent monthly In- office In the court house -of said LEGAL NOTICE'I furnish 500-galon -

under the banner of Barry County at Green Cove Springs, storage: .f tank .and two gas NOTICE OF FOHRCLOHt'RK
n & garage. Asbestos siding. 103tfc : come. More full time. For meters. i
Goldwater. Needed: workers Florida. within Ills: calendar S.ILK HY CLKHK OF CIRCUIT
Priced for quick sale. owner personal interview write P. O. months from the time of the TilE FOOITH JI'DICIAL CIHCl'IT Right! 1 is res ,yr >4 'jp reject anyand'ali i COURT.
and money. Contact Harold I first publication of this notic '. OF "FLORIDA. A'IJI bids.BOA.
N being transferred. Tel. Hog- Box 415. Pittsburgh 2. Pa. Two copies of each claim or demand > THE CIRCUIT COURT OF RD.-4iF'. COUNTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
G. Hill by mail at Doctors Inlet FOR CLAY COUNTY. 1% CHAN'CKHY. COilll ISS ION ERS that the undersigned GEORGE
RENT 6-rm. house 1
FOR shall be In writing, and .
d gatt GCS 284-3849. 10-3-tfc ; Include phone number. shall state the 'place of residenceand CASE NO. ST1. *' Ce.rjr r I.... Carlisle. Clerk L. CARLISLE. Clerk of the Circuit -

mile s. of Shands Bridge on ; by phone at Middleburg 10-24-c post office address of the A. H. CRTCn and LILLIE L. .. ub. 10-21, 31. 1963LEC2AL ida Court of Clay County Flor
will on the 12th
day of No.
282-5110. 10-10 tf p claimant. and shall be sworn to CRUCE. husband and wire.Plaintiff..
Rte. 13. 4 acres. fruit trees. vember A D. 1963. during the
FOR SALE-$50 down; $41.08 i month. Come and TRACTOR WORK- Mowing by the claimant. his agent or VJII legal hours of sale, at the North
\ $55 a see or attorney and accompanied by a front door of the Courthouse of
I filing fee of dollar ad such J. T. FIELDS and, ANNA B NOTICEADVKRTISEMEXT
'j monthly buys 2-bedroom frame write Airs. Doris Gleichauf WANTED grading and discing. Quality one CRENSHAW. Clay County. Florida In the City
claim demand
I or not so filed of Green Cove Springs. Florida
house. Needs some interior Box 46. Orangedale Rte.. GCS. MALE OR FEMALE wanted I work. Contract or hourly. shall be void. OF FORHCLOStHEPHOCKKUING4 Defendants.NOTICH FOR BIDS offer for sale and call at public

17 S. of to do house-to-house Carroll )(. Wright : NOTICE outcry to the highest and best
Take Hwy. 10-24 canvass hereby given that
p Phone G.V.. "Bill" Smith.
As bidder
executor of the Last Will for cash the following
THE STATE OF FLORIDA sealed bid will be received fey
GCS to Shiloh Church-sign; one or two hours a day. Write and Testament of BerthaAahcroft the Board of County Oommlsioners. described real property situated
284-3419. daytime. or 284-3249 deceased. IOr. In Clay County. Florida to-wlt
FIELDS- Clay County. Green Cove
i turn L.. follow road; bearing P. O. Box 578-31, Green Cove. Pub Oct. 17. %f. 31, Nov. T. 1963 Residence unknown Springs, Florida at the Clay Lot 3. Block 10. Golden Cte
: after 6. 9-19. 26. 10-3. 10-c
FOR RENT 5 house 2 Manor. In the City of Green
right ?s mile. After seeing room 10-17 c ANNA B. CRENSHAWResldenct: bounty Court House Green Cove Cove
unknown Springs. Florida, until Z.e Spring as per map or
1 house call or write II. Ray- blocks from river on Hibernia EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER LEGAL XOTICRXOTU' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED P. M. on the 19th November. 1913 plat recorded In Plat Book 2.

Blvd. Tampa Cove Springs. $52.00 month. MERRY CHRISTMAS that a Complaint to foreclose for the construction of the following at page 69 of the public records -
mond, 3646 Gandy desires job widow call a certain AGREEMENTFOR : of Clay County. Florida
route 2 miles north of Green !': OP APPLICATION Said sale Is pursuant to the Final
call collect Tampa 839- DEED on the following Health Center for Clay County.
10-17 Decree
284-9783. x of Foreclosure entered In
Phone 284-3289 after 4:00 IS assured with the fine ftrv. lH.l" F.S. described real property locatedIn Green Cove StrIngs Florida.At .
2121. 10-17-24-p p.m.I the ease pending In said Court
Clay County Florida, to-wlt: time the bids
1024tfcRIDE commissions you'll earn Lot three (3) and four (4) will be opened and read aloud Myle of which Is RLWOOD
that R. E. Sapp. the holder of H. JOHNSON
PIANO LESSONS $10 per the of Block Fifteen (15)-of Idle. Any bids received after the specified vs. CECIL C JOHNSON -
following certificates has and DALE
I during the Christmas JOHNSON now
wild Park Subdivision. City time and date -will not be
II month. P. Erwin, filed said certificates for a tax of Green Cove Springs. Florida -considered.One DALE HILTON and L. Jt HIL
I FOR SALE Cash register I season. Call Mrs. Burns. deed to be Issued thereon. The TON and the Case Number ofwhk
sometimes known of the
( as copy plans andpeclfications
B. Mus. Call 284-9571. certificate numbers and of i Is 3674. In
available to Jacksonville I years Chancery.
will fit 284-3871. 11-7-c Idlewood Park Subdivision. may b. obtainedat
$50.00; cabinette Issuance. the description of the WIT.VBH8 band
9-19 tfc Clay County, Florida). the Office of the Architect, my and the
leavingGreen Cove at 3 a. m. property. and the names In official seal
:5x8 trailer bed. $35.00. Call which it was assessed has been filed against you. and \V. It. Gomon & Associates, P. O. tUh said Court this
are as day of
October.. D. 1963.
Phone 284-9785. 10-24-p follow*; you are required to serve a copy Bms. 1671. Building No. 1 Municipal '
2849268. 10-24 p 'A..vrED-Pari time positionby HELP WANTED-FEMALE C.-it if irate No. 160. of your answer or pleading to Airport. Daytona Beach. HEAL)

CASII IN Year of Issuance: May 31. 1955. the said Complaint upon Plain. 7k>rida"for deposit of If 5.t. (refundableL GEORGE L. CARLISLE.
experienced secretary to General Clerk of the Circuit
Description of Property: tiffs attorney. T. J. JENNINGS.JR. Contractors Courtof
FOR SALE-2 Bedroom mobile supplement social security. ON the big Fall and Christ- Part of Lot 18 a* Rec. InDeed and JAMES T. NORTON. P. only'may obtain plans and spe- T. J. Clay County. Florida.
FOR SALE 1\leadowbrook Book (7 Page 270. O. BOX 21%. Green Cove Springs. ificattons on deposit 1asis. Said Jennings, Jr.Attorney .
home 1956 Champion 45 x 8. Formerly head stenographic mas Selling Season. Repre- Orange Park. Sec. .. Florida. and file the original answer deposit will be refunded if plans far Plaintiff
0. Box
Fl Z
three bedroom home on corner Name in which assessed or pleading In the office of are tettirned' to -the Architect
schooL Will sell CaU Green Cove 284-3369. department for large corpora sent Avon in your neighbor Clarence Johnson. : the Clerk of the Clk-ntt Court of within 10 days after bid date. In Green rove Springs' FIorI
I 1 block from 10-31 tion. Call 284-3768. hood. Call Mrs. Burns, All of said property being In Clay County. Florida on or be- good condition. Deposit will not Pub. 10-31, 1)63

equity or swap for equity on p the County of Clay. State of fore the 25th day of NovemberA. refunded unless a bona fide
10-24. 31. 11-3 p 284-3871. 10-31-c Florida. .. D. 1963. or a decree pro con bid I. received or notification of
house in GCS. Res. Ph. 264- Unless such certificate or certificates fessowill be entered against Intention "not to bid" is received

:ti.; +:4-:+-iH.4.IiH: : : -I11I : : : J. : I ssall be redeemed according you. This notice hall be pub- before the bid date. Additional
6528 or Days 284-9131. : I 1'1 : 11111111 : 1111 : I : : : : : : : : : : : : III : : : to, law the property Ished once each week for four sets required by General Contractors LEGAL NOTICE

10-24. 31 p described in such certificate or consecutive weeks in the Clay must be purchased for

I AREA BUSINESS I certificates will be sold to the bounty Crescent of Green Cove 30.9* per set. not refundable. IX TilE COUNTY JUDGE

I PT.XJ highest bidder' at the court Springs. Florida. .Subcontractors:: suppliers.,-audrt otRT isr -AXDT KOH CLAT
house door on- the first Monday seal of said Court at Green Cove mrrs tntrTobtaIir plans and .
. !. !. .! .I .I .! !. I. .I .! I. !. !. .! .! . _.n, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . -.-r-il'"fl' r-r-r--r-r-r- In Month of November. 1963. WITNESS my hand and the! pecificatlons basis. Deposit required on checks purchase IX PK/DBATK
seal Cove or
which Is the 4th day of Novem. of said Court at Green .
ber. 1963. Springs Florida this 22nd day oft should be made ',pa) Lble to the CASE XO. 554

FURNITURE DRUCGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT I Dated this 23rd day of Sep October A. D. 1963.GEORGE | Architect I i \ i IN RBBWAT !'011"t''
I L. CARLISLE Eai.-b bid shin Be
tember. 1963. accompanied FLOKHKCB &, HIPPLE.
;T George L. Carlisle. Clerk of the Circuit Coon by a ca&"hlncbeck or bid bondIn ffr jtt.ftfT >
G AIR BASE FURNITURE CO. Clerk of Circuit Court jot of Clay County. Florida. the amount of S% of the bid. d ."

Fine Furniture EASTERLING PHARMACY AMERICANOFFICE Clay County. Florida. By: Estelle Ridley I payable to the ,wn r a.*.. eirl-- Notice Is iI..y Vl..en 'a I

Pub. Oct. 1,. 17.,J4.t u. 1913 JIi : l00): n< \ c-ocM Valth uii fcttsrafe- have fifed toy. final/ .. 1
Carpeting Appliance SUPPLY CO. Pub. 10-24.; if teeing that the successful bidder AdmialstratA j
Prescription Service will execute and furnish to the
annexo OZ4t2t. loreAc
Complete Home Furnishings LEGAL XOTICE Own ..'. a bond issued by m Surety I 8. Hlpplet dca r haw*

FOR TIlE BEST in all-round 5033 Roosevelt Blvd. Complete Cosmetic Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner LEGALNOTICE Tompanr' Ikensed to do .business filed ray eUnJil' but nand
Dept. In Florida for.10%. of the, pr>n- for final
the CRESCENT i1.
try that
good printing Jacksonville EV 7-4619 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO tract price. wlthiD 10 days after on 3.
PRESS. INC- The priceis Cameras FilmsPharmaceutical Specialists in REGISTER FICTITIOUS; NAME NOTICE FNDER being awarded the contract. to O11n apdJy TJ.

TRAILERS Notice Is herebIven that FICTITIOUS NAME LAW No bidder may. withdrawbis Rivers. County Clky
right. Office Supplies and the undersigned under the provision :Notice Is Hereby Given that bid for a period of thirty (3*) County. Florida, for approval of of
of chapter 86S.09. Laws I the undersigned desiring to
engages days after the bid said final /
Pacemakers and Homette Needs Office Equipment of Florida Acts of 195?. will In business under the fictitious The Owner e ealt"e right ordf_ of dtatr returns lent Ion ana And for for an

Norris for Travel register with the Clerk of the name ofORANGE to reject; *ny /andll.. bids ando final dlscharg- ..'Administrator
Circuit Court and for Clay PARK
Two rim Sundries GAS waive any Informalities "
FOR SALE: narrow Complete Line of Greeting cum cestaiaento annexo of tie
Used Trailers-Bank Financing County. State of Florida. upon I the City of Orange Park In the BOARD OF COUNTY Estate of Florence S. HIppU. d.
26" bicycle tires and tubes. Exrellent receipt of proof of publication State of Florida intends to reg- COaa11ssrQNE4l If ceased. -
6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blinding Blvd. Cards of this notice. the Fictitious I Later the said name with the Clay County FRED R SACHER.

condition. Phone 234 BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. Inc. name ofGREEN Clerk of the Circuit Court of Green Cove Springs. Fla. Administrator ,

3166. Jacksonville FV 8-0734' Park Jacksonville COVE CURB MARKET Clay County Florida. Luther Wilson. Chairman .
2655-57 St. ut,1o4iu. .. U. 21. unU
ISign"JSl4ney. ,
FV 8-8578 SignedW. P. Hadden F. Burns Pub. 10-24. 31. 11-7. 196 -- --
Fob Oct. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963 Pub. 1024. 31. 117. 14. 1963 .

CQtatf! County dresceut




. i., working at the Beulah Cemetery

, on November 2nd. ThJ

EVENT .f t.r;:. I gate will be open from 8:0:
a. m. to 9:00: am.

STARTS FRIDAY 9 O'CLOCK' -- PLAN TO ATTEND! urged All to those come and Interested help ar

...M. ;a
; A<,....r.-- '. t COUNTY COMMISSIONTO

MEN'S NEW FALL It, .- ...-.',.j;--,-- MEET TUESDAYThe
1 r ; Board County Com-
SUITS 4-- misskmers will meet at 10
FASHION SHOW o'clock next Tuesday morning -

: ., according to George L.j
:: OF SAVINGS'! :.. $$29,75 $$32,75 YyP I Carlisle, clerk to the Board.
The Board scheduled to I
11._. P meet Nov. 11 because itj
,>. on
.'(.).';::. ",- I
is a legal holiday.
$8,98 Jj-
$10,95 t
$24-95 :
7+ -
A DRESS TO FIT "' '" "" ,
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; CHARMINGFASHIONS :c CHOOSE FROM MER white tenant wanted!
The ghosts and the goblins were dancing last Friday
to 40-acre farm
THIS UNUSUAL evening at the Green Cove Springs Junior High School sock occupy
homein Springbank area
hop, which was sponsored by the Junior High Mothers Club. I
o : SELECTION livestock on a very limited
A Shown above are the winners of the costume prizes from left
1 t with sole duty of tending
IN ALL NEWEST to right: Ricky Koza most unusual; Linda Wheeler, prettiest;
$12,98 $$14,95 basis. Rent utilities and a I
rI Mike Elliott, funniest; with Mrs. Polly Pringle who awardedthe
AND small salary and completeto
prizes. The judges were Mrs. Hudie Bell Mrs. Vivian
THE LAST WORD IX :.. :'.. Kenney and Mrs. Ernie HalL Proceeds from this dance were right tenant. Write and
t STYLES. and!
FASHION! SAVE NOW! jive exptr.ence a-ye
\ turned over to Joseph Elliott Junior High Coach.
!' use of property available to
number in family to \\'. T.I


I' as a matter of fact see page 1.
r SMART NEW Word was received in Green Memorial services for Mrs.f
THE SEASON'S' SMARTEST Cove yesterday of the Anna C McKee, who dies Tuesday -I
Tuesday night of Mrs. death'l at the Mary Onin Clinic
Aultman, 81 years old Penney Farms will be held at
SPORT mother of Mrs. D. C. Turner. 3 o'clockk tomorrow at the QUIET FOLKS MEN't
< Mrs. Aultman died unexpect- Penney Memorial Chapel
$2.98 $3,98$4S8$6,95 edly at her home in Bainbridge years old, has been a patientat
f Ga. In addition to Mrs. the clinic for more thaan
Turretfy the leaves another, three years She was the widow
$ \ '-N' daughter :Mrs. Mildred Rogers, .of W. S. McKee a Baltimore
;, ;;' and two sons, Morris Aultman, businessman who died several 2 S.l y j 1

ALL WANTED ... $299JUST and Owen Aultmanv' all of years after they moved to

NEW STYLES! k :: fey '''''lf J'r.'Z:. ; Bainbridge. ; and 10 grandchildren. i Penney ago. Farms nearly 15 years I

Mr. and Mrs., Turner left
FALL I She leaves a nephew Dr. A.I 11v'y
J FEAST ; Green Cove Wednesday morn-
YOUR EYES .. ing to attend services which N. McPherson of Nashville; I
lit ) } _. : .!,it,; three nieces Mrs. W. L. Mertz
1 SKIRTS ON THIS t t y were scheduled to be held in v1'q I
SELECTIONSOLIDS Bainbridge tomorrow. dna Mrs. Ellen McCann both I I __
of Eustis; and Mrs. Leland S. _
'=}"' CARD OF THANKS Currier of Fox Wells, Va.
$2,98 $3,98S4.S8S5.98
M. I wish to thank my friends I I
NEW STYLES Burial will be in Greenmount
and neighbzors for their cards
.Cemetery Baltimore. Helm
flowers and thoughts during II

$ $ ; ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! my recent illness.Francis Harris I I Funeral of arrangements.Home is in charge. Wr'cQu1.

I CHOOSE FROM VALUES $2.98 $3.98 (t-f I I: .Rq.q.
ic "Accentuate the Positive" lIe's expounding on the virtues of using our safe

AND CULOTTES BOYS'' NEW FALL J1 deposit boxes for valuables and our night depositoryfor

late business receipts. Look into these services today

: SUITS Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land
VALUES UP TO $4.95 $ With the old swimming hole nearby
299 + t Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms.
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Clay" County (Cllresccutc ;. ru "" ', '
? '. : THURSDAY__ OCTOBER 31, 1967rceu

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Green Cove and Penney Farms subscribers

(dotie! ; etw;: :.. call GCS 284-3166

) ,J
e ors. Grange Park aiiddlebar and Jacksonville

:. subscribers call 264-6751

j1 < ': '
t ry,

ster Mr BIRTH,announce and ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. Paul the birth Sam Web-of a|;, Green Cove Socials I II Roy H. Sbasteen Engagement Announced

Paul Scott weighing 8 lbs.
son I Mrs. Janie Johnson recently I II j|Valdosta, Ga., where she visited Graveside services for Roy ,- ,-
Memorial Hospital
1% oz., in Clay -
I returned from a trip to New I her mother Mrs. Ora Green Herman Shasteen 62 years "
October 30th.
Orleans. I I and other relatives. While J old, who died suddenly on J'

there she also called on the 1 Tuesday were to be held at

CLAY THEATRE Mrs. Jack Saam and her I I president of the Valdosta Junior j 10:30: o'clock this morning at

phone 284-6711 children I spent last week in Woman's Club. Hickory Grove cemetery.Mr. .

Monday thru Friday Two Shasteen a native of
Shows each evening I Mr. and Mrs. Berwick Anderson Po Winchester Tenn., had been in

7 & 9 p.m. I spent last week vaca- ill health for some time. He \;
Sat. & Sun. Continuous I retired interior decorator.He .
tioning in Pensacola.Mrs. was a
From 2 p.m. RMMIGESATURDAY i"i"
J leaves his widow. Mrs.

Thurs. & Fri. I Herman E. Reed returned Loretta Shasteen; a son Rus- ,

Oct. 31 & Nov. 1 NOV. 2nd [ last Wednesday from i sell Shasteen of Orlando; a ','

VIA PATIO Jupiter Florida, where she visited : sister Mrs. J. C. Rogers of t
her daughter. t iii Nashville; and three grandchildren. a G
Sponsored by
Founders Circle GCS
I ::I
: "
I Miss Tina Damron, a studentat Officiating at the services 1
Garden Club
.. i
Saturday Nov. 2 I St. Joseph's Academy in St. this morning will be the Rev.

SOLOMON AND SHEBA Augustine, spent the weekendand Gordon Craig, minister of the I
Monday with her First Methodist Church, of T. '; '
t starring: Yul Brynnerand parents ,. r
r t w :
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Damron. which Mr. Shasteen was a .!

4 ROAD TO HONG KONG i II She had as her house guest I i] member. ).\
starring Miss Donna Kienhl of Atlanta. I I i
Bob Hope and Bing Crosby I CCPIIS&C Helm's Funeral Home was :
I p v. in charge of arrangements.
; $) x t _

1 Sunday Monday & Tuesday Who are they' Mrs. Harry Perlman and her i -, P
+ Nov.3,4&5GIDGET mother spent last week in At- i
GOES TO ROME I Reperesentative citizens of lanta. Photo by Gene KozaMiss PANCAKE SUPPER
starring James Daren I I II
I Clay County who have an
interest in making available I Crawford Mr. Knight I The Rotary Club of Green Photo by Gene Koza
Coming Nov. 10-14 Miss Carolyn] Geiger daughter I Cove Springs will sponsor a

IRMA LA DOUCE skilled nursing services in of the Bill Geigers, is attending Pancake Supper Monday, No- Mrs. Earl J. Lookabill of Lexington, N. C., announces the
home to all persons regard- Central Florida Junior Exchange Vows I vember 11 at the Methodist
Adult Entertainment engagement of her daughter. Mary Helen, to the Rev. RobertF.
College at Ocala on a Colin Church from 5:30 to 7:00
other : :
less of factor pjn.
18 years of age any I Knight son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Knight, of Green Cove
Admission 75c than their need for care. Lindsey scholarship. Wedding vows were exchanged -j Ronald Wilkes served as best I The proceeds will be used for a I Springs.
scholarship at St. John's Junior -
by Miss Maurine Sha- man. '
--- -- Crawford and Edward Del- College. Miss Lookabill was graduated from Piedmont Bible
------ -I ron Following the ceremony in
ano Knight at 10 o'clock last the Educational building of College where she received her degree in Religious Education.She .

Saturday morning in the First the church the couple left fora is presently teaching at the Charles E. Bennett Elemen-
Methodist Church in Green short CLAY HIGH MOTHERS -
wedding trip to Day- tary School.
Cove. The REV.! Gordon Craig tona Beach. Upon their return CLUB TO MEET

and The Rev. Leigh Soule performed they will make their home at :Mr.: Knight is pastor of the Middleburg Baptist Church.
The Mothers Club of Clay
the double ring cere- 227-K Pringle Circle Magnolia I He was educated at JactscnTfl2 University and Tennessee
High School will hold a meeting -
mony. [spring Apartments. I
Temple College.
on Thursday evening at 8
The bride is the daughter of j Mr. Knight is employed with I I
o'clock in the
School li
Mrs. Irene Crawford of Green the Corps of Engineers in Pa-f brary. High Wedding plans will be announced later.

. Cove and Thomas L. Crawfordof latka. \
r :: Avon Park. The groom is i I

A.R. the son of Mr. and Mrs.Charles';

..x'Y D. Knight, of Hibernia Rt.,
Green Cove.
:! tfi
The bride who was escortedby

her father wore a white

M basket hat was weave a white crepe feather suit. Her pill The Bank of Green Cove Springs

box with a short veil. She worea

white orchid corsage. I

Miss Sylvia Reed was the

maid of honor. She wore alight 1 Housing Loans For Home Improvement

blue suit, a small blue'': ,

velvet hat with a short veil '

k and wore a corsage of pink and I

white carnations. :, FHA Title 1 : ,

I .
Green : These loans can be granted to any property cicncr who is jjurchas-
i Cove Springs Chapter

; 2 No. 45 O. E. S. held its regular' jug or has purchased a house, after qualifying through TILL Standards.
meeting on Thursday October
24th. The Worthy Matron
Mrs. Pauline Crossley honored TIME TOM

"Star Points" at this meeting.)

A courtesy was presented, and
Mrs. Crossley presented each of I j I

the 15 star points, both past j;

we took this big i V8 and put i it in the '64 Chevy H.: ; and present with a gift. I

This meeting was well attended 0I
ft with three grand officers -

present. They were Mrs.

Irene Johns Worthy Grand

t Li1ti Matron; Mrs. Minnie Lee Peek,

Grand Martha; and Mrs. Betty

RowlIs, Grand Marshal. I .- .

Following the meeting, refreshments -'

were served by Mrs. ,

Lillian Rawley, Mrs. Rhoda

Williams and Mrs. Inez Trew.

Last Friday evening Mrs.
Chevy II Nova 4-Door Station Wagon. Betty Rowlls of the Green i I "'s.r
: Lu lIgaga earner rack Morn.optional it extra coU i
Cove Chapter., was honored by ?C:, I II .

Crescent City Chapter No. 100. I h t '
I Mrs. Rowlls was extended a I { ;.1:
courtesy by the officers and "
A pretty potent mixture. point out :you have a pick of three other members of the Crescent City J" ,

The car's the same size.As trim and easy engines as well. The standard 4 (on 100 chapter and was also the re- ; ." '

f to handle as ever. Series sedans), the standard 6 and a new cipient of a gift. I I .'.*!- J-rr-";'::-i';' -, '" -

But now you can have a full-grown V8 in 155-hp 6*. ?! nbers of the Green Cove t, -

it.A Turbo-Fire 283*that turns out 195 hp. And, whatever one you decide on, it'sIt's Chapter< who attended this : .
the kind of machine that meeting were: M r s. Viola r
doesn't reassuring to know you're getting a car .i The County'sI Oldest
take much coaxing to set in motion. (Espebuilt with the pure and hp'ntey! : : Knight. Mrs. Mary Ellen Se- '
lick Mrs.
cially when you consider it has over 60% of a Chevy II. (Upkeep has been even Mrs. Lois Mae Hendricks and

more power than the Chevy II that won further reduced this year by such refine- Gravely.

North America's toughest rally last spring ments as larger self-adjusting brakes.) CH l'Hl"1' NOTICE j jCllRlSTUX j t: ; and Largest Bank. ;:;;A .
-the Shell 4000. ) It's a simple matter to spot one of .. .
And for '64 we've also added choice 1 SCIENCE r ; ( .
a these 64's by styling touches like the SOCIETY f ,)

of a 4-speed Synchro-Mesh transmission new grille design and trim accents. But I r..... K. Hon ton St. & '' r 284-3650' .. '; >

with a floor-mounted shift. we'd like to suggest( a more t, Vi! Magnolia AverGREEN ,1"',. or __
But in case your tastes run JI.'ill/g l tU memorable way. Drop down to COVE SPRINGS '
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built almost 50 years:: ago. During rainy weather, see our mud and he helps:: them get through. -
you can still :see:; them wading these oldtime creeks. .

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iTouf i mmissioners'i MinutesCLAY i --I

COUNTY ring the County Road and Bridge prisoners to another Countyfor

GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA work whereby savings could be made by the County in Jail

9:00 o'clock A. 3L .space and expense for upkeep. The Chairman was authorizedby

Monday October 14. 1963 the entire Board to investigate the matter and report backto

the Board at a later date.

The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met

in regular session in the County Commissioners meeting room Commissioner Huntley gave a brief report on his recent

in the Courthouse on above time and date. meeting of the County Commissioners Association. Mr. Huntleywas

i "f '/;/ The meeting was called to order by the Chairman Honor- made a Director of this Association.

able Luther E. Wilson. Other members present were Louis L. Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner

e Huntley. District No. 2, Marvin Green. District No. 3, O. J. Moody and carried to advertise Notice of Road Closing in

Murrhee. District No. 4 and H. E. Moody. District No. 5. Government Lot 9. Section 28 and Government Lot 2 Section

The invocation was given by Reverend Edward Summersill, 33-5-26; Also Section 34425.

Pastor of Black Creek Baptist Church. Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner
of the last regular meeting of September 9,
The minutes
eLE Huntley. and carried, to approve State Road Department Ap-
of September 11, and September -
1963 also of Special meetings praisal on Section 71580-2602. Hiram Taylor Road.

13, 1963 were approved as read.
After an examination of the Assessment Rolls submitted by
The following monthly reports and letters were read and
the Tax Assessor the Commissioners signed three copies of the
LE Warrant attached thereto and the Warrant will be found pastedon

Monthly report of County Judge re: Fines and the inside back cover of the Assessment roll as filed in the

Forfeitures. office of the Clerk of Circuit Court and same is hereby adoptedas

Monthly report of County Agent. part of these minutes as much so as if set out in full herein.

Monthly report of Assistant County Agent. The Clerk presented the Board with a Petition and Reso-

Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent. lution for Road Closing proceedings in Section 8, Township 9,

a Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Range 23. as received from Mr. George W. Hall. After a dis-

( BISHOP KENNy! SCORES 21-6; OVER CLAY Orange Park Agent. cussion motion was made by Commissioner Murrhee secondedby

Arthur Rivers Raps BaldwinIn Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health. Commissioner Moody and carried, to approve Petition and

Monthly report of Clay Soil Conservation District. Resolution for Notice to Public in compliance with the Florida
I Last Friday night the Devilsof other touchdown but it was Welfare Statutes.
BDWLIt 28-7 Tilt Monthly report of District Director re:
Green Cove took on the called back because of an infraction -
expenditure of County Indigent Upon motion of Commissioner Murrhee seconded by Com-
Crusaders of Bishop Kenny at of the rules. The Cru- The Orange Park Raiders Annual Financial Report of Florida Board of Forestry missioner Green and carried the Board ordered the list of
Englewood Stadium which is saders had the ball again but used combination of
a Fire Control.
power- re: Clay County Clerks and Inspectors designated by the Commissioners to hold
located in Jacksonville. At the this time we stopped their attempt ful running and accurate I
pas- from Chance Director of Civil
Copies of letters Ray and condnuct the Special Election in the several precincts of
end of the first quarter the for the touchdown.The sing to drop the Baldwin Indians -
Local Defense Plans and
Defense. Clay County re: Clay County on Tuesday November 5, 1963 and to be publishedone
score was 7-0 in favor of the fourth quarter saw the at Hoyt B. Cotney Sta-
GCS Small Problems.
Bowling and
dium in County time in the Clay County Crescent as the law requires. The
Orange Park.
I Crusaders. Thd score was Crusaders score early in the
Letter from Town of Orange Park re: Town providing persons named to serve are on list marked Exhibit A and attached -
made by a long rfin around the time period., which made the The running duties were
I October for County Library.
I housing Clay
hereto and which list is hereby adopted as part of these
21stWon shared Jim
Lost right end. The extra point was score 21-6. A kick deflectionby by Booth who had Letters from Florida State Road Department: re:
61 in minutes as much so as if set out in full herein.
yards 13 carries Mike
good to makae it 7-0 in favorof Tom of the ,
Jokers ................ 20 8 Kelsey gave one Bertolani, who had 34 yardsin Special Restrictions on SR-16 and SR-200. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commis-
the Crusaders. The second Devils a chance to run for the Board of
Professors ............ 19 9 eight carries and Harry Letter from Bradford-Clay Realtors sioner Green and carried to approve and have the Chairmanand
quarter saw the score on touchdown but it was called Keystone Airport.
Untouchables .... 15 13 Roberts, who gathered 47 yardsin re: Clerk to execute an application and agreement for Sup-
a run by Ronnie Williams but back because of an offside pen- 12 tries. Quarterback Dave Letter from Florida Soap Corporation re: In
........ 15 13 the extra All the fourth plementary Book Grants for Library services to rural areas.
Kingfishers point was no good. alty. through McCaffity handled the passing appreciation for help and Courtesy given the Cor-
Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commissioner
Magnolia ............ 13 15 The second quarter saw plentyof quarter the Devils put up a chores and had 121 yards and poration by Clay County Road Department during
and carried to instruct the Clerk to advertise for
action by both teams but fight that made me proud to one touchdown pass to his the recent heavy rains on County Roads. Huntley ,
8-Balls ................ 11 17 I bids for Propane Gas for the Courthouse for beginning
one year
neither side could get enough be a part of the school they credit. SRD No. 71506-3601.
Bid Project
Letter re: report on
Drivers ................ 10 18 Baldwin December 1, 1963; bids to be received by Monday November 4.
for opened scoring mid-
yardage another score. The represented. Even though we Long Branch Road.A .
Champions ......... 9 19 Crusaders made use of every didn't win the boys can be way through the first quarter 1963 at 9:00 o'clock A. M.

weak spot they could find in proud of the way they playedthe when they took the opening delegation appeared and again requested paving and Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commis-

Loel Judy rolled the highest the Devil defense. At the endo game. kickoff and moved 69 yards drainage improvements for the Raggedy Point Road south of sioner Moody and carried, to accept Deed from John E. Nielsen

game of the season a 246 but fthe half the score remained The students of Clay havea for the score. Tailback Dorsey I Orange Park. After a discussion. Commissioner Huntley ad- and Ellen A. M. Nielsen, to Clay County for road right of way.

his team the 8-Balls still lost 7-6 in favor of the Crusaders. new thing going for the Motes passed the final fifteen vised that Mr. Louis McKee County Engineer would make a Upon motion by Commissioner Murrhee seconded by Com

three to the second place Pro- During the second half the team. They refused to sit the yards Tommy Motes Green the for report on this road drainage problem within two weeks and that missioner Green and carried the following Resolution was

fessors who were led by Tom Devils seemed to slow up. The down until the team is ahead. extra point and Baldwin ran led County maintenance would continue as in the past. Commissioner adopted by the Board of County Commissioners of Clay County:
Tolt's 567. The Jokers leadingby Huntley stated when became available for paving
Crusaders wasted no time in This takes a lot of school spiriton 7-0. money
one game beat the King- roads in his District this road would be given consideration RESOLUTION
taking advantage of this fact. the part of the student The Raiders struck back ear-

fishers 3 to 1. High for the i I They moved the ball down the body. Now the boys down on ly in the second period v/ien along with other areas of his District. WHEREAS it has become apparent that certain items of

women was Mary Everett's 432. field getting the yardage they the field can look up in the halfback Mike Bertolani cul- The Clerk introduced Mr. Frederick Andrews the new expenditures in the Budget of Clay County for the year ending

needed to put them in scoring stands an dsee that each and minated a long drive with a County Librarian to the Commission at this time. Mr. Andrews September 30, 1963 will be Inadequate and that other items of

position" Another touchdown every studen is up there pull- one-yard dive for the score. gave a brief report of the Library activities and presented each expenditure will be in excess of the required expenditures.

) October 28thWon Lost and extra point by the Crusaders ing for a victory. Jim Booth kicked his first of member with a revised Budget for the Clay CountyLibrary.The NOW. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that item transfers -

put the Devils behind 14-6. This week we have an open four extra points and the Raid and transfers from Reserve for Contingencies in the
Jokers ........ ........ 22 10 ers had the score tied at 77. Board was advised that the County Library Board
The Devils moved the ball date so the boys should be would like to transfer its old Bookmobile to another County Budget above referred to are necessary to properly meet the

Professors ............' ,20 12 down the field where one of thed ready to take on Live Oak on With only four seconds show- Department which could use it. Motion by Commissioner Green requirements for Clay County for the Fiscal year ending SeP-

..... 18 14 breaks of the home let's ing on the clock remaining in tember follows
Untouchables game oc- so support our team Commissioner and to ." 30. 1963. as :
the first half McCaffity hit seconded by Murrhee carried a?, >ve
Kingifshers ......... 18 14 curred. The Devils scored an- Ill see you at the game. Bertolani with a fifty yard transfer of this truck to the Clay County Road Department for GENERAL RESERW FUND

[ Magnolia ............. 17 15 scoring bomb to put the Raid- its use; this being a 1952 International % ton truck.
8-Balls ................ 13 19 KEYSTONE DEFEATS 0 & B 2421By ers ahead 13-7. Booth kicked Mr. Archie Padgett President of the Orange Park Jaycees. From Acct. 951 Reserve for Contingencies 8735.00
his second PAT and the Raid- appeared and introduced Mr. Tom Frisbee who representedthe
Drivers ................ 10 22
Arthur Shad ers led 14-7 at the half. Orange Park Jaycees in requesting the Board of County To Acct. 241 Maintenance of Courthouse $ 235.00

Champions ......... 10 22 The Keystone Indians stageda a 75 yd. touchdown. The point Midway through the fourth Commissioners to provide the funds necessary to obtain a 261 Elections and Registrations 225.00

tremendous 4th quarter effort after touchdown was made the Raiders scored aga/j when Juvenile Counselor for Clay County. Mr. Frisbee discussed this 268 Miscellaneous Expenses 485.00
The Jokers split with the 8- Bertolani
and came from a 9 point good by an end run. streaked through a problem and advised that he had met with Juvenile officialsof 270 Administrative Supplies 1958.00
Balls but still picked up a gameon gaping hole off the left side
deficit with 6 minutes left to Keystone received the ball on Duval County and had been assured that they would cooperate 562 Insanity Inquiries 10.00
the Professors as they lost of his line and went 20 yardsto
hand the D & B Dragons their kickoff and then marched 63 with Clay County Authorities by accepting and housing 811 Furniture and Equipment 2460.00
3 to 1 to the Untouchables. Bill I score untouched. Booth again
Dunnavant had both highs for 5th defeat in 6 games. yds. in 12 plays for a score by split the uprights and the Juveniles from Clay County in their Juvenile Shelter with a 811-1 Middleburg Votiing House 746.00

the men a nice 238 single and The Indians received the opening quarterback Jimmy McMurtry.The Raiders were on top 217. quota of probably two a month. After a further discussion on 811-2 Meadowbrook Voting House 2616.00

543 triple. Tom Durrance I kickoff, but failed to point after failed.D The Raiders iced the cakeon I this matter motion was made by Commissioner Huntley to

rolled a 538 while Agnes Turner move the ball in 3 plays. & B opened up the 2nd the final play of the game request authority from the Board for him to contact Judge 8735.00 $8,735.00

for the Keystone's punt was receivedby quarter by receiving the ball when McCaffity went one yard I Rivers an dthe various organizations interested in the Juvenile
was top scorer I
with 452. D & B's Number 23, who on a blocked punt and then t through the center of the line. problems of Clay County and then proceed with arrangementswith ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
women a
broke into the clear and ran for I going for a score on the next I The touchdown was set up by a the proper officials of the Duval County Juvenile Coun-
From Acct. 951 Reserve for Contingencies 4,772.50To
I play from scrimmage on a 5yd. McCaffity to Bertolani pass cil for keeping Clay County Juveniles from Clay County. M<*..ion
which covered about Acct. 411 Supervisor of Roads 2.50
sprint. The point after twenty was seconded by Commissioner Moody and carried.Mr. .
des en r e -r ..'* touchdown was good. yards. Booth capped a perfect 415 Free Labor 3148.00

night by making it four for David Taibctt of the Green Cove Springs Jaycees and 422 Maintenance of Equipment 1496.00

i I'VE GOT A REGULAR PRICE I ball Keystone down after receiving the four in the extra point depart- Chairman of the Miss Clay County Contest appeared and gavea 442 Workmen's Compensation Insurance 126.00
on late in the 1st
ment and the Raiderh had
I GASOLINE THAT MATCHES 1 a report of prior years finance as received from Clay County
half drove 75 yds. in 14 plays 28-7 win. The victory puts their
and Book the amount of Publicity 4772.50 4772.50
presented a Scrap showing great -
I PERFORMANCE OF I with McMurtry going over on seasons record at 3-1-0.
as received by Clay County regarding this program. Mr.
an yd. option play. The point
I II Talbott requested the Board to grant his organization the same
after failed. The half ended FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
IN 3 OUT OF 5 CARS! I with D & B leading 14-12. Indians Tops amount of money as received last year from the Board's Pub-

in licity Fund. Motion by Commissioner Huntley. seconded by From Acct 951 Reserve for ConUngencnies $ 98.00
Midway the 3rd
,. .. D & B received the ball on a Starke "B"The Commissioner Moody and carried to approve this request.Mr. To Acct. 321 Fees & Cost. Clerk Circuit Court $ 96.00

.. punt and went for pay dirt on Keystone Indians held a Lee Weiners Right of Way Agent for the Florida $ 98.00 $ 98.00

.. a 27 yd. pass play on the first determined Starke J. V. team State Road Department appeared and gave a report on the
Clerk to this
play from scrimmage. The scoreless and then scored in right of way being obtained on several roads in Clay County.
Board be, and is hereby authorized and directed to give effectto
point after touchdown was the last quarter on a 5-yard After a lengthy discussion on the Bartholf Road and Goodrich
books of account of Clay County
good and the Dragons led 21-12 drive to defeat them 7-0. Key- Road regarding three property owners where the necessary these transfers on the

and appeared to have the game stone had a 3-year contract right of way can't be obtained Commisioner Wilson stated Florida as of September 30. 1983.
Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commteeioner
with Starke
which made
clinched. was that he would like to leave the chair and make a motion to
when the Indians were a Junior Huntley and carried the bills were approved and Warrants
Late in the 4th quarter the give the property owners who have given ten days from this .
varsity team, themselves.The ordered drawn in payment ot same as will appear by Warrant
Indians received the ball on a date to meet with the three individuals who haven't given the
Indians defense played a II Lists numbered 325. 325-A. 325-B which lists are hereby adopted -
punt with 6 minutes left and necessary right of way and see if a solution could be found to
sparkling game during the first as a part of these minutes', as much so as if set out in full
went 32yds Jn 4 plays with Full- half and held the Toronadoesall their problem in a public meeting and if not. at the end of ten

back Mike Lovoun going on a but yardless. Keystone con- day the Board of County Commissioners to request the Florida i herein.The
Clerk presented the Board with a letter from the
,, I 4 yd. push to cap the seriesof trolled the ball 75 per cent of State Road Department to construct this project and delete the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. regarding
SWlPS plays. The point after touch- the time because of this. three sections which the right of way cannot be obtained. (Per
possible sites in Clay County for boat ramp installations each
down kick was blocked. The Indians offense suffer- the Florida State Road Department letter of September 6. 1962.
site to contain at least one (1) acre for parking area. Com ]
The last 5 minutes kept the ing badly from heavy back- on this matter.. Motion was seconded by Commissioner Moody
missioner Huntley stated that Clay County had executed an
Fans on the edge of their seats field losses could not get the and carried.At .
SINCLAIRDino and practically on the field. ball or their plays moving In easement on Murray Road in Doctors Inlet area several monthsago

The Indians End Gary Cooper I the first half. Heavy penaltieson i this time bids were opened as advertised for on a new and at this time there has been no work on the ramp. The

intercepted a D & B pass the i key plays also hurt. The one ton rescue truck for Civil Defense. wo bids were received. Clerk was requ jted to check into this request. Commissioner

first play after kickoff. but I I second half opened up with (1) Quinn R. Barton Company for new International with a Murrhee stated that a request had beer! made in Lake Geneva

Keystone failed to make the !'I Keystone's strong defense holding net trade in of $3,059.23 and (2) Roberts Chevrolet in the net also and that no action has been taken on this request.A .

GasolineAt yardage.A 'I i the Toronados again, for amoaunt of $3,565.00. After a discussion motion by Commis- letter from Naomi J. Kriedlkamp was discussed by the

evident little yardage. sioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner Moody and carried Board regarding a road in Black Creek Estates. Commissioner -
Dragon victory was -
& Late in the 4th quarter the I to approve bid of Quinn R. Barton in the net amount of Green advised the matter with being taken care of.
D B fumble
as a was
Sinclair AVE CARE Indians began a heavy drive I 305923. with trade in of (2) 1949 Packard Ambulances and Commissioner Huntley discussed a plan for a comprehensive
recovered by the Indians
on and went 45 yards in 10 plays.
ABOUT YOU D & B's 25 yd. line. After 4 They capped this with a 5 yard (1) 1951 Chevrolet Carryall. Also for the Director of Civil De- study for Clay County with a twenty year projection. Com-
obtain the additional for Rescue Unit whichisn't missioner Huntley and Mr. Floyd Gnann representative of the
ABOUT YOUR CAR plays. Mike Lovoun saved the i dive off tackle by Elam Glis- fense to equipment
game for the Indians and : son. The PAT was made goodon supplied by Agents. This Special equipment not to exceed Clay County Zoning Board gave a brief outline as to the future

J. Tire Service- scored on a 4 yd. drive. an end sweep by Quarterback amount set up in Budget for this item. Also. Clay County can I benefit that could be arrived at with a study of this kind.

Q. The Indians had only to hold ( Jimmy McMurty. The In-I purchase same direct from manufacturer.Mr. I After a further discussion the matter was continued; for further

the Dragons and eat up the dians held Bradford and came Chester Moody of Keystone Heights appeared and re I consideration by the Board.

JESS QUIGLEY clock to bring about a surprise out on top 7-0. quested information regarding road to be built around Lake; Motion by Commissioner Murrhee., seconded by Commissioner -

2421ictory.. Keystone completed 4 out of Brooklyn under the Bond program. Commissioner Murrhee Huntley. and carried, to adjourn and meet again aa the

7 passes for 52 yards and 105 advised that he had been promised by officials of S. R. D. that first Monday of November that being Nove her 4, 1&81. at 9:00
This is the Indians 4 wins
ManagerOrange yards rushing. They have a 3-2 the that November 11. 1W8 the regular -
these projects were being expedited as fast as possible with o'clock A. M. due to fact
in 6 tries. They play Calla-
and meet Florida D &
Ave. at Center Street Green Cove Springs han next Friday in confer- record the limited amount of engineers available to the S. R. D. meeting day is a holiday.
a in conferencevie.
B next Saturday Chairman
Phone 2S4-9131 ence vie and are shooting for ',
of transfer- George L. Carlisle ClerkPAGE
their 3rd straight victory. Commissioner Wilson discussed possibility