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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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GREEX COVE :.SPRINGS JANUARY 17 1963 TEN CENTS A COPY
VOLUME 37; NO. 3 *,** ., !1 a..rni.Ecorn
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op -- ;ii.of F. Main LibraryJennings

r Anthony Named and Sapp InAnderson
COUNTY LEADERS 13 .

Vice ChairmanOf


School BoardA. Ousted From


E. Anthony Jr.. has been
elected vice chairman of the

County Board of Public Instruction -

1i '; L--= ,.. Burkhalter,to of succeed Penney Farms C. M., County Jobs In Bold

who retired after 12 years serv-

ice on the board. The Board

reelected Jack Wilkinson, of

next Clay two Hill years., chairman for the Assault On Old Guard

p Other members reelected last

November who were present at

the biennial reorganizational Wilson' Renamed Chairman
meeting are Robert M. Paterson ;
W. E. Cherry and Mrs.

Louise Knowles. Murrhee Retires As Vice
The board passed a resolution -
R praising the services ofMr.

r Burkhalter's 12 years serv- Chairman Green NamedThe
-r j ice. The resolution expressed ; L
1 .4 the board's "appreciation .
( for his leadership, progressive political career of Berwick Anderson County attorneyand
attitude and cooperation with prosecuting attorney for more than a decade went into

A L ,\ the Board Members duringhis total eclipse on Monday when the Board of County Commis-
entire tenure in office, and sioners refused to rename him to either of the two posts. It
I J... ,i\j for his determined efforts to was regarded as a victory for the progressive elements of the

Oleader lile Bryan NaIL Orange Park civic Jennings Bryan graduated from Oglethorpe further the best interest of all County against those who have ruled it for more than three

county booster one time name-band University and was lured, In the depression the schools and facilities decades.

trumpet player and Shriner extraordinary is years. Into the big money of big-name bands. throughout the county." T. J. Jennings, Jr., was named County Attorney and J.
one of the County's most respected and astute At the sound now of an orchestra, he is likelyto In another action, Triest C. Sap p was named County Prosecuting Attorney, to replace
merchants. A native of Jacksonville he was retire from the scene, go home and retrieve Construction Company of Keystone Anderson.
named for his father's close friend William his trumpet and come back trumpeting.
Heights, was awarded a According to records in the County court house Andersonlast
a,1, contract to build a gymnasiumfor year received a total of $7,352 as county attorney and T. J. JD. NGS. JR. J. C. SAPP
Dunbar High school In county prosecuting attorney.

= d Green Cove. "Priest's bid on Judge Jennings has served I was out of order. CommissionerLouis Over 100 ExpectedBootstrap

i J the job was approximately as County judge County attor- : L. Huntley then seconded -

$50,000. ney and County prosecuting at- the motion and it was car-
: The board reversed itself In torney. Mr. Sapp Is Green ried unanimously. Meeting Set

I awarding the contract to Triest Cove's municipal judge and County officers reelected are:
after first giving it to Clyde leaves the office of County Vet- Luther Wilson Chairman of

Idfli Knowles a Jacksonville con- erans Service officer to take the Board; James Knowles For Tomorrow NightOperation

tractor, who submitted a bid over his new duties. road superintendent; E. D. Mc-
for 42821. Shortly after the The annual organizational Call county agent; George
award was made, Mr. Knowles meeting of the County Commissioners Owens, assistant county agent; Bootstrap the I future and I have every reasonto

returned to the meeting to report which had long been Margaret Nelson home demon- industrialization of Clay Coun- believe we will have a broad

that an error of approximately looked to as a turning point stration agent; Sandra Reese, ty will be launched at 8 and representative turn-out tomorrow -
$9,000 had been foundin in the Old Guard's hold on the assistant home demonstration night. Together, if we
o'clock tomorrow night in the
his calculations on the job court house was brief and with- agent; Ray Chance, County pool our talents and experience
and that his bid should have out any of the fireworks that civil defense director; and T. J. Green Cove Junior high school if we earn and keep the respect -

been 51784.46 instead of ap- might have been expected to Rivers Jr., juvenile judge.In opposite the court house. of our representatives In

proximately $42,000. The board attend such a reorganization. other action the Com- Members and associate mem- Washington and Tallahasseeand
expressed its confidence in the Though the Commissionersroom mission adopted a resolution Atlanta, we will move
bers of the Countywide Com- "
integrity of :Mr. Knowles and in the court house was requesting the State Road De- ahead.
called it an honest error. Itthenresclnded filled with spectators for the partment to resurface Highway mittee of 25 and representatives Civic groups have been askedto

the award andgaveittOtfaVlow meeting, not a single .memberof 17 from the Duval County line' of civic groups throughoutthe send one or more representatives -
The County's largest hardware store established heaters hinges and what-have-yous. The store bidder,Trl .st. the Old Guard was present.Anderson's to Green Cove. County are;;;expected to go to the meeting, either to
t a dozen years kco'by Sir. Nail, is a underwent extensive enlargement and refurbishing into a Committee of 100 to align themselves with the new
wife attended and The resolution also requested -
1 trap to the unwary who come for a single item last fall. press a crash program of in- group or at least, to work withit
watched the decimation of herhusband's that the SRD begin a survey -
[\ and ge home with a carload of hose hammers. Top Army Reserve I trillzatlon. In the formulation and workof
political powers in of the 15-mile stretch of
the Committee plans to attract new
1 I. Leaders of payrolls
what one spectator characterized highway in preparation for acquiring -
MYP .-G .. Unit Is Spared as a "state of shock." necessary right of way have been openly optimistic to the County.
F W w. rTw The reorganizational meet- so the road can be fourlanedin this week at the economic and Among the top subject ofdscusslon
Headquarters and Head- political prospects of the Coun- tomorrow night will
} ing was immediately precededby the near future.
K< __ quarters Company of the 467th be the utilization of the Green
round-up of 'old business.As .
a Chairman Luther Wilson saida ty.C.
Transportation Reserve battalion W. Scarbrough, chairman, Cove Naval base in the event
soon as the new meetingwas big portion of the right of
bT of which more than a doz- said this week he believed the the State decides to take over.
called to order O. J. Mur- way has been acquired. The
ts en Clay County Army reservistsare long awaited breakthrough the mapping of other industrial
rhee, vice chairman of the board, he said, should obtain
will remain
members, In imminent. sites throughout the County
board his thanks to
expressed the remainder as county sec-
operation in Jacksonville, according and the future alignment of
"We are not a political organization -
those who had suggested he become ondary road funds become
to Army Secretary the Committee.
Mr. Scarbroughtold
chairman. Mr. Murrhee
available in preparation for the I
d 4e Cyrus Vance.Lt : THE CRESCENT "but we
said he would prefer not to be day when the four lane project
r zs t '' Col. Clay Mort, who com- named chariman and expressed will be approved by the state. are concerned with the politi- Orange Park Bank
mands the unit, said he had the opinion that the vice cal situation in the County.
.:: o :' been notified earlier that a chairmanship should be put on Board members feel that Recent developments make me Deposits IncreaseThe

Pentagon reorganization plan a rotating ba b. To gnat end four-laning of the highway think that the political climateof

,', .. would dissolve the unit which he nominated Marvin Green would help spur growth in the the County is getting better Bank of Green COY
'" -' has been regarded as one of the to succeed him as vice chair- Green Cove Springs area because by the minute. If it continuesto Springs gained one per cent in

top Army Reserve units in the man during this year. Mr. of the large number of improve we will be in shapeto total deposits during 1962.
nation. The company got a Green was unanimously elect tell industrial prospects thatwe against a gain of 29.8 per cent
superior rating two years ago, ed. desirable home building sites have things to offer that shown by the Bank of Orange

and more recently was named and its proximity to Jackson- other counties do not have. I Park, according to the Florida
Mr. Murrhee then nominatedJ.
the best in the State and with- ville. am highly optimistic about the Bankers Association These fig-
C. Sapp to be County Attor-
in the Third Army. ures compare to an average rise
The motion carried with-
ney. in deposit for north Florida
t out a question and without WEIGEL NAMED APPRAISER
:- banks averaging 5.5 per cent
County LibrariesDuring mention of Anderson's name. and, for all Florida banks, a
Commissioner H. E. Moody rise of 9.4 er cent.
i 1962 the Clay County no stranger in the ranks of ,the Time deposit at the Bank of
In his salad days, Mr. Nail, playing the bored with being a homebody. Mr. and Mrs. public libraries circulated approximately Old Guard, then nominated t ::8wiE1r; Green Cove dropped: 79 per
trumpet for Red Steele In a posh hostelry in Nail have one daughter. Susan Nail Kranss. 28,000 boo k s. Anderson to succeed himself as cent during the year, while at
Memphis met a belle of Memphis Bess Lewis, wife of Navy Lt. D. L. Krauss. The Krausses Green Cove Springs circulatedmore County Attorney. A hush fell the Bank of Orange Park they

who became his wife and nowadays deserts have two children: Walter, 7 years old, and than 14,000: Keystone on the assemblage in which the rose 11.5 er cent. At the same

their handsome home overlooking Doctors Lisa 5. more than 3,000 Orange Park proverbial dropped pin might time, loan discounts at the
Lake to preside at the store because she is
than 5,000, the bookmo-
more have sounded like something J' 1 Green Cove bank rose IS per

bile approximately 5000. The fired at Canaveral. '- cent vs. a 223 per cent rise at
newly-established deposit station There was no second to the ,t the Orange Park bank.

in Middleburg circulatedmore motion. z M't : Total deposit in the Countyat

than 100. Chairman Luther Wilson at ; the end of the year were
The libraries now have more length said he would like to 19.223.000, up more than $W0.-

a than 13,000 volumes. More than stand aside as presiding officerto t 000 from the year earlier
1'- 2,400 persons have registeredto make a motion. He moved period.

use these u\aterlals. the election of Mr. Jennings as

The $5,000 received from County Attorney, James T. No Name Man Joins
State Aid to Public Libraries Norton as County Veterans
will be used to purchase a new Service Officer to succeed Mr. Staff Of Rex SmithE.
bookmobile to be used throughout Sapp and the balance of the
The stand. The C. Hunt, an employe of
the county. present slate of officers to
mobile was a secondhandtruck motion was seconded by Vice the Royal McBee Company fora
number of years, will Join the
purchased and renovated.It's Chairman Green until it was
staff of Rex Smith t. Associates
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cost was around $700. realized that such a motion
on Feb. 1 as bead of the

service department, accordingto
J COMMISSIONERS MEET BROWN QUALIFIES IN OP a statement by Mr. Smith.At .

1 tj The Board of County Com- Frank W. Brown. Jr.. qualified the same time. be announced -

missioners were to meet at 9 yesterday as a candidate that be has been given
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o'clock this morning to confer for the Orange Park City Com- franchised. territory by Royal
William R. Weigel, Jr., of Moddleborg has been named
with W. R. Gomon. Daytonia missioners. Two city commissioners McBee covering Clay. Putnam
Beach architect who has been win be elected by Florida's first staff appraiser to the trustees of the Internal and a part of St. Johns coun-

retained to design the new Orange Park voters on Feb. 5. Improvement Fund. Mr. Welgel's job will be to standardizeland ties.Mr.

Photos by Gene Koza County Health Center The two incumbents Herbert appraisal procedures In submerged coastal lands Including Hurst, who was factory

Always a county booster Interested In quarters of the George-Florida Hardware As Dr. A. Y.'Covington. County Morris and Charles DuPont land fronting bays and rivers. The work has been done trained in the servicing of both
+ plans for growth In zoning In an economic sociation. He Is shown above with Robert L. health officer will also meet have already qualified. Other electric and seehanieal type
In the past by local appraisers without statewide criteriafor
and political atmosphere that will attract attractive Richer, managing director of the association with the board in consultations candidates are expected to any writers by Royal McBee has no

f Industry Mr. Nail Is largely responsible whose headquarters are just behind the Bank on a location for the newt cen- qualify before the deadline on judging values. He Is a native of Jacksonville and Is married given name E..and. C. stead.

for bringing to Orange Park the head- of Orange Park. ter. January 24. to the former Vickie Brown* of Lire Oak. 'as no ramra.P.KY .


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OIounty:: Crescent I )otlifefeerby S Smilingest Contest
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t hold the maxim no less applicable to public DUNCAN GRONERI _

affairs that honesty is always the u-
than to.private
have said before in this resentatives to join the

best policy." column that I believe Clay Committee of 100 or not to

GEORGE WASHL GTONWe're join it at least to align S
County is at the-gateway of an ;
themselves in "Operation Bootstrap p
economic and social transformation _
a crash program to
I believe events In PUBLICLY formulate plans ,

On The Way the next six or eight weeks will and then, through openly elect- L _c

prove I am right.If ed committees to carry out the
the Florida Council Report on this page. L. B. Maytag.Jr. .
;n promise that Is ours.
.. president of National Airlines. Inc.. says "it is an exhilarating this be so. it will be because This transformation has oc- JfriVf''rt ,

challenge to find that 1963 is going to be a year of decision our county leaders curred. I am told by people who

for this phenomenal state ." those who prefer progress to i wltnes&ec11t. in Miami Orlando. ', AV M +

For Clay County too. i the blurred vision of an era Gainesville and every other 9
The county got off on the right foot on Monday of this week
refused to reelect that is dead have done city of consequence in Florida
Board of County Commissioners
when the
has held long and patient work and because within the past forty years. A
Berwick Anderson to either of the lucrative positions he -
man who watched the breakthrough -
for more than a decade. they have sought the aid in Miami
facade of the county medievalists has. been and years ago
The political guidance of State and sat in my office this week and

Bracked. Federal officials who will be swore that the situation there
tomorrow night will be another great step
The meeting
and have been helpful. when he was a yougster, was
the momentum of progress is achieved nothing -
forward. And
once
I worse than it is today in Clay
will stop Clay County.To I venture to say that tomor-
that the diehards
County; resisted -
paraphrase Mr. Maytag's fortuitous remarks about the row night a countywide Com- at

state it is an exhilarating challenge to find that 1963 is goingto mittee of 100 will become the and progress that the forces every of progress step-

of decision for Clay County. sea.. .JIlt
be a year most progressive and articulate won out because they persisted -
Barbara Jean Carter of Keystone Heights. Gwen Bevels, secretary at Revels Ford Motorama, GreeaMrs.
economic and civic force that
because they were willing -
has existed in the county in a to work because they did Cove.

: NepotismNepotism generation or more. It will not mind for a while being

comprise men from every cor- unpopular with the mossbackswho

ner of the county determinedto feared injection of
"favoritism any
!Is defined by Webster's Dictionary as:
by inject into our economy the new ideas new money new
shown to nephews and other relatives; bestowal of patronage 4a
reason of relationship;" in short it means that a public official dynamism that has been forida's blood only because these novel-

who appoints his son grandson or brother-in-law to public for thirty or more years. ties would loosen their grip

office is guilty of nepotism. It used to be a nasty word. Beyond that I believe with- that had been held so long it E

The Kennedy family has lent it new luustre. In two of the in a matter of weeks we will was almost like rigor mortis.

three branches of the federal government we have four of the have wakened from the night- This transformation can .

clan in "sensitive" positions. Winston Churchill might have said mare that has haunted us all: and will come to Clay County.An .

that two of them got there "on their own" for both the Presi- that the.ast Naval base at open discussion of the issues -

dent and the new senator were elected. But John Kennedy Green Cove might be salvagedand a boundless willingness

could find no one in all the United States so well suited to head put back to private pas- to work together for the goodof .

the Dept. of Justice as his brother. Robert: nor anyone so well tureland. And I believe by the all will do It.. The merchantwho r

suited in all the United States as his brother-in-law Sergent end of the year we will have works for progress may

i Shrlver. to head the Peace Corps. However much genius these begun our industrialization; very well be interested prima-

four men have it's too many Kennedys. that within two years we will rily in his own progress. My :

have Joined ranks with the dy- own primary interest and en-
Time Magazine last week told several hair-curling talesof namic of the state. _
areas thusiasm In the work of the .,,
what such a dynasty can do. The Attorney General raised Much of the realization of Committee of 100 lies in a selfish -
for the paid to Castro and refused to name
$53 million ransom
the foregoing depends upon Interest that this little _
' largely according to Time from
The
names. money came the turnout the enthusiasm of newspaper should flourish as a
manufacturers most of them plagued by Fed- x
pharmaceutical the meeting set for tomorrow medium of all the news and
the Attorney General tried to
rral anti-trust actions. Again night at the junior high' activities of Clay County. I .
Nashville Banner what to write in the trial
tell the respected school opposite the court housein would be a fool if it were oth- Sandra McDonald daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McDonald Louise Smith the County's respected Tax AssessorPatricia.
of Teamster Union President Jimmy Hoffa The Bannerdidn't
Green Cove. If a Clay Coun- erwise. I cannot transform the of 1llddleburgShe is a freshman at Brewton Parker
aide of the Attorney General has
fall for It. Again an
ty meeting ever held more promise county neither can any other College Mt. Vernon Ga.
been undercutting his career superiors by calling the White I
to the merchants landowners single man.Together.
House direct. He got caught and sacked. Again the Attorney
taxpayers and resi- those in the county -
General called one company currently facing a Federal law-
--y.
dents of the county I am not and they comprise all !r5 r
suit and asked for specific items and sums of money for Castro.A .
aware of when or what it was. the brains and talent and ex-
company official said "We knew we were being blackjacked
For tomorrow night's meet- perience to be found in the % _
but there was nothing'we could do about it.
ing will be no hastily sum- county who want progress

This is no example to be set by the office of the President I moned conclave held in camera will achieve it. I say we are at .

for public officials anywhere including Clay County. of a chosen few only the gateway. There is much .

those who can be told to say work to be done by as many as

the right thing and vote the will undertake the job. It will

To Seek or Not To Seek"Editors right way. It will be, to all intents be done.I .

and purposes open to very much hope that the I

every citizen of the county who invitation which has been issued -
of papers in the smaller towns often comment priv- g4 S .
believes we are living in Fonda to the Jacksonville papersto
ately that' they don't want to upset things because in a small '
that it is 1963; not 1863. send a reporter will be ac- :
community they must live and work with the public officials. V r
Members and associate mem- cepted. I have urged that this
These editors make no protest concerning closed meetings or
bers of the Committee of 25 invitation be sent because I
' executive sessions where decisions of public interest are made in
have been summoned (two don't believe that any news-
secret in order not to upset the status quo. T 4f
weeks ago) to meet and forma paper should be entitled to ex- .

"Remember that John Peter Zenger did not represent a big countywide Committee of clusive coverage of any public ,

organization when he bucked the colonial governor. Nor did he 100. In addition to them, every event though there are a corp- RFRi. a x

atop editing when they pitched him into Jail. Hekept right on civic organization in the coun- oral's guard in the county who :

until he was brought to trial nine months later and acquitted in ty has been invited to send rep- disagree with me.

a'case that established the principla of press freedom consistent

with public rights. I FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS I ....

"By far the simplest and easiest way to report and edit a I By L. B. MAYTAG Jr., I The chief obstacle, a* I see It, Carol Leeanne Kalman a sales clerk at Belote'f DrugStore Suavely, teller-at the Bank of Orange Park.

newspaper is for someone else to tell us what to print and whento President National Airlines Inc. is the resistance to change of Keystone.

print it. That is the pattern of so-called press freedom in Member, The Florida Council some individuals and the fear of .
totalitarian countries o(100 I
new Industry that has been

Thus spake last week John Colburn. managing editor of As a newcomer tc Florida it demonstrated by some men and
is an exhilarating challenge to me
the Richmond Times-Dispatch in accepting the coveted John women whose fortunes are lire:
I to find that 1963 Is going to bea
Peter Zenger award. year of decision for this with tourism.

Amen. phenomenal state which: can become The airline I work for. National

a new industrial frontier of Airlines, is the only ..
the nation.It Florida-chartered and M a m -
is especially exhilarating be- based truck airline operating in rV

TOYS NEEDED cause our future is going to be the state. We are very heavily

A plan to collect used toys for needy children was determined lot only by the leaders dependent yn tourism and w- :
of industry and business here the c'
would cringe at thought
announced here yesterday by Alvin Suttle and Francis
t but also by every individual living any development that would hurt

Harris.The in Florida. The omens are the tourist industry.But .
two men. both U. 8 Postal employes, have issueda because the state's'
1 auspicious it is firm belief that > r e
my
plea that persons having used toys call them at the leadership{ recognizes the 4
one of the most important stimulants -
Green Cove Post Office (telephone 284-4012), or at Mr. challenge: and the""bri2tttpoSi]
to tourism will be the buudne -
Suttle's residence (284-6001). bility ahead. of numerous widely diversified
The toys will be taken to Raiford State Prison farmas Most thoughtful citizens realize Industries throughout the state.

they are accumulated to be fixed. They will be delivered that until this decade Florida was The' great tourist centers of the I .

to needy children by prison farm officials next I heavily handicapped in its effortsto nation are centers of business i ,
Christmas. diversify its economy. The New York. San Francisco and
state produces very little fossil Los Angeles. Men and women
fuel and is not endowed with
'I who travel for business and stav
sources of hydraulic power. The
or for a visit as tourists makea
IUYINo2 A NEW eMf JANEItS; AJGGaorCU' geographical location that blessesus stable and dependable core of
TIIi5T-YOU' Ft MMCIN.,70O.THS PAYMENT PlAM I YOU with sunshine has also meant
',V/ ( CHOOSE CM MEAN HUNORH OF DOLLARS WTOUNCS visitors to any metropolis that
IN THE COST Of etA CAR. that there is a long haul from offers entertainment to holiday- Linda Crockett 8 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ilene Strickland, a secretary at Keystone Electric Co-op.
Florida to the nation's major
seekers. R. D. Crockett of Green Cove.f Keystone.
i markets and this has minimized
production of balky m-"""'*-ured Florida tourism has one major ,
goods. drawback, without a diversified

ha been economy. Many who come as
Thus the entire state *
tourism and visitors to enjoy the state's won
heavily dependent on I
or agriculture. Tourism is one of, derful natural endowments for

the finest industries in the world: living and man-made recreation
beautiful al facilities: remain as residents
producing clean green
towns and cities. And the: job-hunting. F tN. >

rolling miles of fine dtrns trees Fortunately, the state's able .;
throughout central Florida are Governor, has shown an astut" 4ar
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just one proof of the desirability, awareness of the possibilities r'
of agriculture as an important buDding a more diversified economy

CRESCENT PRESS, INC. element of: any economy.However and many businessmen in- rT s ,a
this dependence of the dustralists and educators among
Green Cove Sprints Florida state on tourism and agriculturehas whom are my fellow Coan '

Phone 284-3166 made Florida historically: members. are equally aware of

vulnerable to vagaries of the this need. They can be stymiedin
weather and national and international their efforts to build an expanding f s
NATIONAL EDITORIAL fluctuations over which and thriving future unless

A S C TIN the citizens of the state have they have the whole-hearted
U little controL support of all the citizens of the r 1y

'ow. with the coming of the state. Yl

space-age to Cape Canaveral and If we can become Instilled wltra
DUNCAN GRONER President with aD the electronic and otherrelated spirit of cooperation instead o':

t Industries linked with the criticism of courage: to realizethe
EnUred a* second ( l.... Matter. July IS. 19C2. at the Post Office limitless future that lies hi the potentials that the space-age l .4i
Green COT Springs Florida under the Act of March J. 31)?.
Seed Class .*tac* pail at Green C..e aprtas.. Fla. air. Florida stands an excellent has brought as. we win I feel
chance of creating that diversified be on the threshold of the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES I economy the state baa so brightest happiest year that Florida Kay llxrzis, of Magnolia Springs apartment Green Core. Odell Martin sale clerk at the Orange Park Pharmacy.
gene .Year-in. adraaeo T-T-t-r. MM.-1Iir $4.00 1.1 Ions needed. baa ever enjoyed Photos tor GeM K. *.






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RAINBOW INSTALLATION BURNS ADDRESSES a balance on hand.A .
Social Notes I
Clay CountyServicemen I
Events ST. MARY'S MEETING budget of $10.305 was

Duncan Bums executive sec- adopted for the year of 1963.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Williams I I Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sims
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xr retary of the Episcopal Dioceseof Preceding the meeting the
The WeekJan.
r of Daytona Beach were the recent are staying at the Qui-Si-Sana
members
Florida was the principal of the parish and
guests of Mrs. Alice Pad- Hotel. While in Green Cove
Gerald J. Wilson a via tionmachInist's speaker at a dinner meeting their families enjoyed a covered
gett. they are visiting Dr. and Mrs.C. .
mate second class. '' of members of Saint Mary'sEpiscopal dish dinner.
Jan. 18 WCTU Meeting, '
M. Dumbauld.
I I First Baptist Church 10 a.m. USN. son of Mr. and :Mrs. T. J. :| church last week. Mr.

'i Mrs. Earl Marmaduke a for- O'Brien of Orange Park has' Burns showed slides and spokeon
mer resident of Green Cove has ,, Mrs. Ellen Townsend. form- Basketball. Clay Hi vs. Stark.
x returned to San Diego aboard the work of the Episcopal
returned to live In her home erly Ellen Gustafson of Lake Basketball. Clay Hi vs. the aircraft carrier USS Oris- church in Florida.At CLAY THEATREMrs.

here. Wales Is spending some time Starke. away. kany after six months in the the 86th Annual meeting;
.
in Green Cove visiting rela- Jan. 19 Basketball. Clay Hi Western Pacific. Highlights of which followed William F. I I Jamie Cmruthers Mgr

Mrs. Frank Wyman of New tives. vs. Palatka home game the cruise included visits to the Kenney Charles Schiene. and Won. thru FrL one show only

Orleans was called to Green 6:30 pjn., 8 pan. x a .x ports of Manila and Subic Bay Walter Van Wagenen were'! Box: office opens 7:15 p.m.

Cove because of the death of Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Gravely Jan. 20 Beginning of Na- in the Philippines; Hong Kong elected to the Vestry. The Rector Feature Begins 7:45 .Jn.

her uncle. Frank Thomas and have returned from a months tional Jaycee Week. i Yokosuka. Japan; and Hawaii.ARMSTRONGGREEK The Rev. Robert J. Sudlow Sat.-Sun., 2 p.m. continuous

during her stay here, she has trip to Birmingham and Tus- Jan. 21 Rotary Club Meth- presided.
I I
been with Mrs. Thomas and cumbia Ala., where they visit- odist Church 7 pjn. Admiral Chauncey Moore Thursday & Friday

her other aunts. ed their children. r Cabul Lodge Masonic Hall and Alex Pupkin were elected January 17 & ISIVANHOE
x' Mrs.. Cora Mae
8 pjn. ;3' Neyman an- delegates to the 120th Diocesan
,' : nounces the engagement of her
Mrs. Roberta Green of Madison VIA HEARS SHASTEENMrs. Jan. 22 Senior Council of Council meeting which will be Elizabeth Taylor
daughter Sammy Joyce Arm-
Florida, is visiting her Home Demonstration Clubs held in St. John's Church Tal-

daughter. Mrs. Irene Johnson.Mr. Thomas Knight. Civic Middleburg Civic Center 10 strong to William Jesse Greek. lahassee on January 30 to Feb-

and Welfare Chairman of the am. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. William ruary 1. Messrs. Otto Rosen- Saturday January 19

and Mrs. J. W. Lane of I VIA Woman's Club arrangedthe Jaycees Qui-Si-Sana. 7:30 Jesse Greek Sr., of Jack- bush and Calvin Wilcox were Double Feature

White Plains. New York have program for the club's pjn. sonville. elected alternates. CABINET OF CALIGARIalso

returned to Green Cove to luncheon meeting last Thurs- Fleet Reserve Assoc.. Clubhouse Miss Armstrong was gradu- Reports were received from

spend the winter months at day. 8 pjn. ated from Clay High School. the Parish Treasurer. The HAND OF DEATH
Mrs Loretta Pictured above is Linda Cooper left who was Installedlast Mr. Greek is a graduate of Ri-
the QuiSiSana.Mr. Shasteen soci- BP.O. Does Elks Club 8 pjn. Church School The Episcopal
Saturday evening as worthy advisor of the Order of the
t bault High School in Jackson-
al worker for told
Clay
County Young Churchmen, and The Sun., Moiu, Tues.
Jan. 23 Clay County P-TA Rainbow for Girls, No. 77, by Leslie Rowe (right) past worthy
and Mrs. A. R. Rush- of the services of the department ville.An I I Women of St. Mary's. All reports January ZOo 21, 22
Council Penney Farms 10 advisor. Other officers installed
were: Dorothy Ann Blackmon evening wedding is plan-
giving a detailed account showed all bills and
ford have recently purchaseda paid IF A MAN ANSWERSSandra
of the work especially as ajn. worthy associate advisor; Martha Ann Pifue charity; Carol ned for February 1 at 8 o'clockin

home on Highland Avenue. to aid for delinquent children. Hilltop Demonstration Club Spearman hope; Ann Loftin faith; Leslie Rowe_ recorder; the Hickory Grove Baptist CHURCH NOTICE Dee

They moved here from Harbor Mrs. Frank Canova presided Courthouse Annex. 1:30 pjn. and Judy Jones treasurer. Mrs. Annabel Loftin was installedas Church. The couple invite all Bobby Darin

Beach Michigan.Mr. and. following the luncheon, Jan. 24 Veterans. of Foreign mother advisor. Following the meeting a reception was held friends and relatives. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Wed. A: Thurs.

Wars. VJP.W. Bids.. 8 pjn. at the Methodist Church. (photo by Koza).
she introduced the
Rev.
and Mrs I Richard SOCIETY January 23 A 24
Ray Freemanof
I G. Johanson pastor of the Order of Eastern Star Ma- MEETING OF GARDEN &
Wyandotte. Mich., have recently Cor. E. Houston St. & I THANK FOOL
First sonic Hall 8 pm., Election. JOHN S. EMERSONJohn GCS WOMEN
Presbyterian who CLUB
church CHANGEDThe
moved to Green Cove I N. Magnolia Are Susan Hayward
Springs. They have purchaseda based his remarks on the 90th of officers. S. Emerson, formerly of JOIN KHEM TEMPLE joint meeting of the

:Psalm. GCS is now the head of the Green Cove Springs Garden GREEN COVE SPRINGS
home on Grove Stre .. : Last Tuesday at the Friday FLORIDA COMING ATTRACTIONS
The club voted to sponsor a FLORIDA'S "OLD FOLK'SCONTRD3UTE U. S. Army Electronic Researchand Musical In Jacksonville Mrs. Club which was scheduled to Manchurian Candidate

i Friends of the Library organ- Development Laboratories meet at the Courthouse annex Services held Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Arm- TO ECONOMYFlorida's Jerry Farley. Mrs. Mae Hend- Jan. 27-29
i ization. which developed the landbased has been changed. The Club at 11 a.m.
strong of Dishler Ohio are the ricks. Mrs. Bessie Ashley and
Hostesses were: Mrs. L. M. "old folks" make a Communications terminals being will meet at 7:30 o'clock at the Parrish Jan. 30-31
guests of Dr. and Mrs C. M. II Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove Subject: LIFE
1 Johnston, Mrs. Robert Myers substantial contribution to thestate's used in project SYNCOM. home of Mrs. J. E. Carswell, Girls Girls. Girls-Feb. 1-8
Dumbauld of Pleasant Point. were initiated into Khem Tem- Jan. 20. 1963A
Mrs. Clark economy according to Project SYNCOM is a test of
Wager Mrs. Elmer Oakridge Avenue.
: No Man Is An Island
Mrs. Armstrong is the sister of ple No. 85. Mrs. Johns is the
Johnson Mrs. James White figures contained In a Univer- the talking capabilities of the
A
Feb. 7 8
Dr. Dumbauld. Associate Grand Matron. OES cordial invitation is extended :
I and Mrs. Frank Cowart.PENTECOSTAL sity of Florida study. Between National Aeronautics and Grand Chapter of Florida. OES ELECTIONOF to attend our services. I

4 $600 and $700 million has been Space Administration. This test OFFICERS
This was also the official
estimated as the aggregate income will send signals from Earth
visitation to Khem Temple of Chapter No. 45. Order of
PHOTOS BY KOZA HOLINESS for Florida's older popu- 22,300 miles into space.
Mrs. Hazel Marshall of Des Eastern Star will have its elec-
CHURCH lation on the basis of income Mr. Emerson, is married to tion of officers next Thursday UNUSUAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITYYielding
Moines Iowa who is the Supreme
The Hilltop Photo Studio distribution by age groups. In the former Ellene Quigley. the -
'.ennontTe.. Queen of the Daughtersof January 24. at 8 o'clock in the
view of the spending patterns of Mrs. Pansy Quigley
daughter -
We will cover your Green Cove Springs the Nile. chapter room. higher than average. New Home built 1982.
of older persons and the mul- of Green Cove.
Photographic needs for tiplier effects of this spendingas Mrs. Irene Johnson of Green This is an important meetingand Original costa$7,000 reduced to 6200.00 for quick

You have a Cove also attended as her Mrs. Lois Gravely worthy
Portraits Wedding Church the money moves throughthe sale. For particulars call
Special Invitationto DON'T FALL! mother. Mrs. Roberta Green of matron urges all members to
Social and FraternalAnd economy it is evident that
MR. GOODWIN Phone 284-3106
attend Mrs. Marshall Cooper and Madison, Florida was also initi- be present. -
All Other Occasions this segment of the population
Church and Marsha ated at this meeting.
Sunday School her daughter. are car-
contributes significantly to Flo-
For Appointment Call rida's economy two Universityof rying the mother-daughter OLDS INTRODUCES FLORIDA STATE WIDE REALTY
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. complex to lengths that few
GENE KOZA Florida professors write in BANK OF ORANGE PARK SOUND REVERBERATIONA 1513 San Marco Blvd. EX 8-9836 Jacksonville
Preaching 11:00 a.m. will want to copy.
the current Economic Leaflet. new dimension in car radio -
Sunday Nile Serv. 7:00 p.m. Recently Mrs. Cooper fell STOCKHOLDERS MEET
listening enjoyment is
2849268GREEN Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. and broke an ankle. Within 24
t Ralph M. Bagwell was named available in all 1963 Oldsmobile
RN EXAM SCHEDULED hours Marsha who had fallen
Pastor. ltev. J. C. Majnor Executive Vice President and a 88's. 98's and Starfires with the
Gerald L. Howell Director of weeks earlier developed an ab- WE NEED THE SPACE
director of the Bank of
COVE
SPRINGS Phone--EV 9-5830 Orange introduction of a new accessory -
the Florida Merit System, has cess on her knee as a result of Park at the annual meeting of called the Oldsmobile

A announced that applicationsare the fall and underwent surgeryat the
stockholders last week. Sound Reverberator.
being accepted for a crip- the NAS hospital. They are & ? SALE
1 At the meeting of the boardof When combined with one of gNee
both wearing casts.
pled children's nurse H exami- directors Walter G. Odum Oldsmobile's three radios and
Hear programs of nation. Candidates qualifyingon Mrs. Cooper advises it is nota reelected
was Chairman of the bi-phonic rear speaker system
the examination will be con- fashion she would recom- Board and President. W. W. the Reverberator electronically Used Radios and TV's
FINE sidered In filling a inPeru.acola mend nor is she planning to
vacancy Mikell who has been cashierof delays and amplifies the rear TV's $14.95 And Up
patent the idea.
RECORDED and any future vacancy the bank was named vice seat speaker sound to producean

which may occur. No president and cashier. acoustical effect of "con-

SACRED written examination is re- OP LIONS CLUB NEWSAt Other directors elected were: cert hall" listening. r
ABC TV SERVICEPhone
quired. The examination will the Monday evening meet- Frank W. Brown. Jr., Edwin S. This new accessory may be
MUSIC consist of a rating of the appli- Gustafson Stephen P. Kap- either
ing of the Orange Park Lions factory or dealer Installed -
cant's training and experience. Club. Sight Conservation taint Charles H. McCall. O. J. and will function on all 284-6381
DAILY Further information and appli- 1500 Idlewild Ave. Green Cove Springs
Chairman Halvor Hansen reported : Murrhee. O. B. Nail. Jack H. Oldsmobile radios equipped

cation blanks may be obtained that the Lions have pro- Quaritius. and R. D. Walker. with rear seat speaker.
from local offices of the Flori- '
vided eyeglasses for three
I ON da State Employment Serviceor I'
school children in the Orange
from the Florida Merit System -
Park area.
Doyle E. Carlton Building

WAYR-550 Tallahassee. A February Valentine 16 Dance for the is plannedfor Orange Dollar-Saving Value in a Breathtaking Package !

Park Lions and their guests.

FLORIDA PRODUCES Jim Reid is chairman of plans

ATOMIC-AGE METALSThe for this event. Sx

h- -
value of minerals pro-
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Smith's Beer ServiceCash
ing $190.061.000 last year the TANK 00

Florida State Chamber of Com-
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cf Carry merce reported yesterday.Florida's SERVICECleanouts R J\

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ducer of minerals rests upon
TIME Monday & Friday of Each Week 7:00 the uniqueness of the minerals ;.

| a.m. 'til 1:00 noon Only found in the state. Well knownis Repairs

the fact that Florida phos-
InstallationsORANGE
phate deposits are the most extensive -
AVith This AD One Case To The Customeror and productive of any PARK

to a Family in the nation and furnish an- 264-6171 $

nually about 70 per cent of the
GREEN COVE SPRINGS _
nation's output. Florida pro- -j>'

FALSTAFF m- la deposit bottles $3.30 per case duction last year came to 14- 284360STARKE .,

pluj deposit 074.000 long tons with mine .y

value of 97372000. 9691952If .-

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He & Events HAPPY BIRTHDAY Social Notesl Middleburg Notes S


I Mr. and Mrs. L A. Kelley Jr.
the of Floyd Gnann and Mrs. H. S. i Mrs. Hermon Vos who assistedthe
Farms The WeekOrange of Arlington are parents
Penney .>_ki -I
a second daughter, Sara K. McClain. newly elected president hostess in entertaining her

of the Mid- i .
Kelley, born early in Decemberat ; and secretary guests.On

Reporter: MKS. BENNETT CURTIS Orange Park Boat Club Auxiliary St. Vincent's Hospital. The dleburg Civic club, officiated at I January 22, the Middle

Thursday, Jan. 17, maternal the the January 7 meeting. Others I burg club will be hostess to the
Mrs. B. H. Nymeyer and Mrs. I C. S. Dopp introduced Dr. and grandparents are
!
at 8 present were Mrs. F. W. Bud- County Council at the Civic
p.m. Mims
Rev. and Mrs. George ,
H. E. Everley were hostesses at' Mrs. G. J. P. Barger the new- o
Park Men's ington Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ca- Center.
Orange Methodist
the Tea held in the home of est residents of Memorial Home t x former Orange Park residents
Breakfast nova, Jr., Mrs. Hermon Vos, i iI
Saturday, Jan. who now live in Jacksonville
Mrs. Everley on Tuesday afternoon Community who moved here
I 19, at 7:30 in Fellow- I Mr. and :Mrs. Jimmie Deese
ajn. Mrs. Gordon McDonald
Beach. Paternal grandparentsare assisted -
A color scheme of blue from Washington, D C.
ship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kelleyof Mrs. Carlton Clark, Mrs. J. by Mrs. James E. Mc-
and gold was used on the tea |I At the Sunday evening Qua- I I
table and in the dining room, drangle service Miss Edith McDowell Miss Orange Park High Dance West Holly Point Rd. Selvyn Frisbee, Mrs. J. M. Donald, gave a birthday party

and Mrs. R. W. Nelson assistedin formerly director of Saturday Jan. 19. at 8 p. I I Barnes Charles Newnham. Mrs. for her daughter in the homeof
m. in the school cafetorium. James McDonald, Mrs. Joe B. the latter afternoon.
serving. Guests were the fol- Christian Education at the Four-year-old Denise Smithof Saturday -

lowing ladies who had become Morgan Memorial and Church Band Association of Orange Kingsley Ave., is a patientat Huntley, Arthur Hatcher De- Present were Mrs. Joe
Park High Monday Jan. Witt T. Jewell and your re- Huntley who took moving
Pureal Hospital. pic-
residents during the past year: of All Nations in Boston. Mass
Mesdames Julie Baccus Ray spoke on "Adventures in Good- 21, at 7:30 pm. in the school porter. tures of the party, that included -

Bohner A. V. Borkey M. E. will." In an interesting man- cafetorium. Mr. and Mrs. Y. L. Parker I Ruth Green. Debbie Anne

i Crosby. Marie Gunther M. H. ner, she traced the beginningof Civil Defense Radiological parents of Mrs. H. L. Stephens, The Woman: Society of' Huntley, Linda Deese, Patricia

i Keast Alice Joralemon WilLiam the Goodwill industries. Monitoring Course Mon- are here from Pensacola for a Christian Service met. in the Masters, Robin Wilson, and
will celebrate his
above,
The Rev. A. D. Crist pictured
Kinsey. Ethel Morgan T. day, Jan. 21, at 8 pjn. in the month's visit with Dr. and Mrs. pretty new home of Mrs. William Theresa Saunders. Also Mrs.J. .
20. He born in Girard,
83rd birthday on Sunday, January was
Orange Park Elementary Stephens and their two Schwarztrauber on Jan- M. Barnes the maternal
R. Runyon. E. E. Stone. Kath- Miss Gertrude Patriquin introduced Ill and at the are of 22 was elected to the ministry. young
erine Teed Minerva French, the speaker Mrs. FernA. School Auditorium. sons. Mr. Parker has been recuperating uary 8. In the absence of Mrs.S. grandmother. Cake and Ice
After moving to Middleburg: in 1913. he helped to build
Orange Park Civitans Tues- well after his serious Mrs. J. C. cream were served as well as
Bryan Jennings
May Orr. C. S. Wright W. H. Mecum at the Monday eve- and organize: The Church of the Brethren in 1914. This ,
Fdrlaw day, Jan. 22, at 7 pm. atCharlie's accident a few months Campbell the devotional.The several favors for each ttttla
and ago. gave
Woodring, Agnes ning meeting at the quadrangle. church lies between Middleburg and Doctors Inlet in a little

also the Misses Alta Crumm. Mrs. Mecum, field repre- Restaurant. community known as Rideout. He served as pastor of this program consisted of a girl.
Elma. Pearce and Orange Park Area Jaycees Last week reported that :skit which was introduced by
Eva Hoover, sentative of the Christian Her- church for 25 years before going to Tampa in a pastoral we
Tuesday. Jan. 22, at 8 pjn. at Miss Joan Boulware is rush Mrs. Campbell and presentedby
Carrie Tarbell. ald Association of New York, capacity.In. Mrs. Elizabeth Clark of

Each guest was given a corsage brought greetings from Dr. the Town Hall. 1953 he and his wife returned to Clay County to captain for her sorority at Flo- Mrs. Hal B. Adams Mrs. Jacksonville spent the week

with name attached in Daniel A. Poling, and told of help keep the church going here. He retired just before the rida Southern College in Lake- Hermon Vos, and your reporter. with her son and daughter-in-

I order to aid the group to become the many benevolences spon- ORANGE PARK-NAVAL AIR death of his wife Corda, in 1957 but is still an Elder and land. The sorority is Zeta Tau The business session was con- law Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clark.

acquainted, and was sored by this beloved periodical STATION GIRL SCOUT takes an active interest in the church. Alpha, not Theta Tau Alpha. ducted by Mrs. Lewis M. Woot- While here she accompaniedthem

asked to tell something of her oldest of nondenominational N'EIGHBORHOODIEETL G Please excuse the error. en. Immediately following the on a trip to Lake Comoto

former work and: the reason family magazines. Miss meeting a covered dish lunch- visit the E. J. Wines.
i ACCIDENT SUNDAY ONHWY.
The Park-Naval News
Orange Air Church
she decided tl) become a mem- Patriquin showed colored slides Lieutenant and Mrs. H. M. eon was served by Mrs.
Station Girl Scout 17 & HOLLY
PT. RD.
ber of Memorial Home Com- Illustrating the work of the hood meeting held neighbor-Jan. 15 A Methodist Men's Break- Walker of Creighton Forest Rd. Schwarztrauber and her mother Miss Doris Manning also has

munity.At Bowery Mission as Mrs. Mecum was Richard Green, a student at enjoyed a week-end visit from Mrs. Vos. The date was yourreporter's made a change in her line of
in the Orange Park Lion's club. fast is set for Saturday morn-
in detail of the work her aunt and uncle Mr. and birthday and the social -
spoke of Mrs. Zachary Martin was installed ing at 7:30 o'clock in Fellow- Orange Park High, was slightly duty. The new duty is being
the annual meeting of the this well known charity.Dr. as neighborhood chairman ship Hall. injured in an automobile accident Mrs. L. W. Ross of Huntington hour was turned into a representative for the Wesleyan -

N Women's Guild on Wednesday W. Va. The Rosses were birthday party. The beautiful College at Macon. Ga. This
succeeding Mrs. John The Orange Park Methodist last Sunday afternoonat
( afternoon, Mrs. C. M. Acker- William O. Foster, of on their way to Sanford, where birthday cake was prepared by new position will enable her to
Nelson who is district the Intersection of
now Church has recently welcomedas Highway
man presided and Mrs S. L. I they will spend the winter. Mrs. Robert White. Others
Hamilton visitorin her home
Ohio was a chairman.Mrs. new members in Christian 17 and Holly Point Road. spend more time at
Kiser led the Devotional service present were Mrs. Mae Finney,
Penney Farms this week. A in Middleburg with her mother,
Martin '
reported that fellowship Mrs. Lois Carver At the time of the accident, Mrs. :Mrs. F.
The annual reports followed graduate of Yale and the Uni- Barbara Duncan Elaine Cen- Margaret White Mrs. G. A. Manning.
1 and showed the vast amountof versity of North Carolina, he Girl Scout cookies go on sale Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Mitchell around 2:15: pm.. the southbound \ ter, and Sandra Chambers, all W. Budington, Mrs. W. S. Oliver -
on Saturday that district five Freeman Mitchell, Jr., Muriel lane of traffic was stop- Mrs. Carlton Clark
I work accomplished in the is the author of biographies of students at Florida Southern Mrs.
will have a round-up to cele- and Debbie Mitchell.At ped because of trouble in the MARTIN DODD
William and -
Mrs. Joe
Weigel.
various departments. Mrs. J. Montfort Stokes and James College, were guests of Pen
L. McBride chairman of the Jackson. He is making a lecture brate Thinking Day which will the January meeting of operation of the Doctors Inlet Drane at St. Johns River Jun- M. Barnes. Mrs. Virginia Suddeth Dodd

nominating committee presented tour. be held in Palatka Feb. 25. the Women's Society for Chris- Bridge. Richard, driving a late ior College at Palatka last week

\ the following nominees: District adviser Mrs. David tian Service, the Martha Cir- model car, crossed the stopped end. and Sgt. Bob Martin UJ3.M.C..
Acton, stated that the program line of Convening in the home of were united in marriage on
cle won the attendance award. cars and entered the
S. Barrows
Mrs. A. president;
Saturday guests in the homeof Mrs. William Schwarztrauberon
change course will be given to northbound lane to continue Friday, Jan. 4. at Nahunta, Ga.
Mrs. C. H. Coker. vicepresident the Rev. and Mrs. John all leaders and committee The Jacksonville Methodist Into Miss Edna Moore, a pledge of January 9, were the Ladiesof
; Mrs. G. R. Lyman, secretary Swetnam were Mr. and Mrs. District has planned a Chris- East Holly Point Rd. His Zeta Tau Alpha at Florida Middleburg Home Demon- The ceremony was performed
members on March 26 and
; Mrs. H. J. Schuchart. I Alphonse Gracla of Beverly. April 30 at the Orange Park on tian Workers' School for Feb. car 1957 was model struck broadside by a State University, was presentedat I' stration club. The February 13, by County Judge Smith.

treasurer; Mrs. G. L. Parry assistant N. J. Mr. Garcia is a trusteeof Lion's club.month's 3 through 7 at the Riverside car driven by Joseph the National Panhellenic meeting will also be In the The bride is the daughter of

secretary; Mrs. P. W. the First Baptist Church, Park Methodist Church, at the Davis of Jacksonville, Dance held Dec. 27 at the Tim- home of Mrs. Schwarztrauber.The .
missions Mrs. E. of Park and Fisk Streetsin traveling north on Highway 17. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Suddeth of
Harrison, ; A. Beverly, of which the Rev. Mr. corner uquana Country Club. Duringthe project will be upholstering -

Morrison, costume: Mrs. A. E.Ltnfield Swetnam was formerly pastor.Mr. vacation away from Jacksonville. Courses are be- Mr. Davis was apparently uninjured presentation ceremonies 20 and Mrs. Robert White will Westover Rd., and Sgt. Mar

social; Mrs. W. W. the ice and snow of New Eng- ing offered in the areas of Children I although the front end sororities introduced their be demonstrator. Present at the tin's parents are Mr. and Mrs.

Robinson devotions Mrs. H. land. Youth. Adults, and Wom 'of his car was damaged. The from the
; and Mrs. Fred Emeus, pledges Jacksonville meeting were Mrs. G. A. Man- O. L. Martin of PoyUn Mis

C. Morehouse, publicity; Mrs. brother-in-law and sister of en's Society and Guild. For car driven by Richard was con- area. Edna Is the daughter of ning, president, Miss Sandra souri.

R. R. Gregory ushers; Mrs. C. Miss Ruth Whitney, arrived on En route to Miami Major transportation or more information sidered a total loss by investi- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore of Reese, assistant county agent Attending the couple were

E. Vermilya nominating; Mrs. Monday from their home in and Mrs. D. S. Kimbrough, of i you may contact the gating officer Thomas Schlo- Allen Mac Ct. Mrs. Hal Adams, Mrs. J. L. Alvarez Miss Juanita Johnston as maidof

11 M. O. Robbins, auditing; Mrs. Batavia, N. Y., for their annual Minot North Dakota, were I Rev. Don Nichols.OP mer of the Orange Park Police. Mrs. James E. McDonald honor and Sgt. Roger Layton -

8. R. Schieb. kitchen; Miss C. winter 'stay' in Penney guests last week of their grand- Richard's only Injury was a New residents of Orange
Mrs. Joe B. Huntley, Mrs. U.S.M.C.. as best man. Mr.
M. Syvret, student loan; and Farms. mother, Mrs. I. M. Kimbrough.The sore shoulder. hearing con- Park are Lt. Comm. and Mrs.
i LIONS SPONSOR Elvin Saunders Mrs. C. F. and Mrs. Suddeth also were
Mrs. G. S. Button, pianist. cerning the accident sched-
was LeRoy Smith and their 4 children -
Pfoust Mrs. Robert White, Mrs. present at the wedding Sgt.
Mrs. Ackerman, the retiring Rev. and Mrs. S. R. RECORD HOP uled for this morning before
I The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey LeRoy. Jr., Linda Stephen Carol Gnann Mrs. Carl Moody, Martin is now serving with the

president installed the elected enjoyed a visit on Sunday from Schieb entertained their long The first Teenagers Record the Orange Park Town Judge.OP and Julie. The Smiths Mrs. C. F. Crews, Mrs. H. C. Marine detachment at the

officers and committee the Rev. and Mrs. John Buth- time friends Dr. and Mrs. C. Hop sponsored by the Orange lived In Orange Park about 7 Cooper Mrs. Carl Clark, and I Jacksonville Naval Air Station.

men then welcomed Chair-I man of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, L. Allon, of Lorraine, Ohio, on Park Lions Club was off to a BAND ASSOCIATION years ago. during a previous

president Mrs. Barrows I who were on a vacation trip to Monday and Tuesday of last good start last Saturday eve- Navy tour of duty here, and ,

spoke briefly and closed the .Florida. week. ning at the Lions Club, with PLANS MARDI GRAS have now moved Into a home i

i meeting. Among the guests Big APE disc Jockey Jack Mott The second annual Mardi on Orange Circle.A Dr. Albert M. Malaterre
present from Jacksonville The Rev. Harvey Travis i
were Recent guests of Mr. and re- spinning records. Gras for the benefit of the
Mrs. I. B. Early and Mrs. Karl Mrs. Guy Lyman were Mr. and cel'edord recently of the ; fine catch of 35 nice-sized :
With about 4 boys presentfor Band Association of
,( P. Gebhardt. Chairman. Area death of his brother. Frank at Orange I Chiropractic Physician
Mrs. B. E. Yurgites of Chicago, every girl, the girls found speckled perch was reported by I
4, UCW. Greencastle, Indiana. The late Park High will be held on Saturday -
HI. Mr. Yurgites had been a themselves in great demand mailman Walter Gorski and I,

co-worker with Mr. Lyman for Rev. Frank Travis, a ministerfor during an evening of dancingto March 2. Dennis Hayes as the result of announces: the opening of ftia

On Sunday, the Rev. Oral C. 25 years, and upon his retire- forty-five years, was a everything from the twist to The parade through the town their fishing trip to Crescent New Offices

Brown occupied the pulpit and ment, assumed his position.Mr. member of the North Iowa slow sweet numbers. Ray Bradley will begin at about 2 o'clock. Lake last Friday.

preached on the subject. "The conference of the Methodist Lion chairman of the Hops, Carnival booths and food 1632 Hwy. 17' X. Orange Park Fla.

I Stairway to Heaven. He was and Mrs. Alex Huntsman church and has visited occa- hopes that the next record hop stands will be set up in the PHONE: 264-9587
ORANGE PARK
ASSEMBLYNO.
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assisted by the Rev. John A. of Montpelier Vermont, were sionally In Penney Farms. will bring out parking lot of the Bank of
a more even pro- 74 INSTALLATION
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Swetnam who conducted the overnight guests on Thursdayof portion of boys and girls. An- Orange Park, where the parade By Appointment

worship service. Mrs. H. D. their former pastor the Rev. Mrs. Earl Lent daughter ofa will end. During installation ceremo-
other hop Is scheduled for Saturday
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i HOURS: Monday, Wednesday Friday 9 awn to p.m.
Myers sang the solo "How Bennett H. Curtis and Mrs. Methodist minister and one Jan. 26, at the Lions The festivities will continue nies last Saturday evening at
of family of six the Orange Park High School Closed Thursday & Saturday Afternoons
Lovely are Thy Dwellings Curtis. The Huntsmans were a daughtersand Club. that evening at the High

At the morning session. Mrs. on their way to Venice for a two sons, has since Christ- The climax of the evening School, with a dance and the cafetorium. Jeanne Pangle became -

mas been notified of the sudden -j crowning of the King and worthy advisor of Orange

deaths of her two brothers, was a twist contest, won In a Queen of Mirth and the King Park Assembly No. 74 of the I

one in California and the otherin very close vote by Linda Bloir and of the Mardi Order of the Rainbow for Girls.
Gras.
Queen COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire
and Buddy Thompson. Linda is
REAL ESTATE St. Louis. As they had no Serving as Installing Worthy
Mrs. Lee Duncan is chairmanof
ninth grade student at
a
sons, the family name. "Logan" Advisor was Edna Moore, with
the Mardi Gras. She is being -
Orange Park High and Buddy
INSURANCE APPRAISALS cannot be passed on to another Ann Rissman as chaplain. Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size
assisted by Lt. Larry
attends Bishop Kenny High ,
generation. Jackie Walton as recorder Do-
School in Jacksonville.OP Crutchfield. who is in charge' lores Harmon Dis. Miller Tires-Antolite Batteries
as marshal and
of the dance and crowning
Frank \V. Brownand Miss Laura M. Franz and ceremonies; Mr. and Mrs' Jim Mary Emmons as musician. Cor. Park and King JaeksoorHle, Fla.
Miss Ruth Whitney have been ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Also Installed as elective officers -
Reid in charge "of the King
Associates ?\ 9-3027 nr EV 4-6491
admitted to the Mary Olin were: Charlene Pattee.
PRINCIPAL INJUREDMr. and Queen contestants; Mrs.
Clinic and Mrs. Ada Prosser. worthy associate advisor; Page
1800 U. S. Highway 17 Edward Roe chairman of refreshments ANDORANGE
Phone and Mrs. Alice Curtis still remain and Mrs. J. H. Boulwareof Johnson charity; Terena

Orange Park CO9501 in the Clay Memorial Grasshopper Lane both suffered Mrs. Carol and food stands; Crutchfield, hope: Kathy Ferguson PARK
Gomez carnival
Hospital. Green Cove Springs. whiplash neck injuries In faith; Ann Rissman. recorder -
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booths; and Joel Payne parade
automobile collision on
an : and Jackie Walton
Roosevelt Blvd. last Sunday chairman.Mr. treasurer. JfIJ If" III 11111'1111111 1 i 111' III n I i 1 1 HONE -*

afternoon. Payne would appreciate
Appointive officers installedwere

1 .. II here The. Best Is Better""e Collect As Mr. Boulware was drivinghis having anyone who wants to : Joan Rissman as chaplain i Complete UBe 0f plombific) aid
enter unit float in the
a or
parade -
car north on Roosevelt : Patty Kemper. drill leader electrical 88.pllft.i .
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him at :
contact P. O.
Box
Electric Blvd.. near the Naval Air Station ; Lyn Williamson love; ,Su-
,- a NLI 42 Expert advice for beet reMlta.
Park
Orange or phone him
O struck from zette Dupree. religion
the car was ; Mary f
THE a at CO 4-9972. Widest aeJ.ecdoa of 4aIHy i
the rear by a car traveling at Pinkston. nature; Betsy Groom, :

'* REST Telephone high speed. The young man The Band Association proudly immortality: Linda Post fidel i house wares aid gift wares. |
STOPSERVICE
FOR YOUR operating the other car had I announces that the lovely ity: Lana Raleigh patriotism; i Convenient charge aeeeeatplan. i

B'l'NEEDS apparently turned his head as orange band sweaters part of Cheryl Ricker service; Pat f .

he waved to someone and did the uniform have arrived. They Howell, confidential observer;

not see the Boulware car In are now available at the school Patsy Hutchinson outer observer I Ii

time.Mrs. for all those students who or- ; Carol StanislawskI, mu- ;

HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLCMBINGS Boulware was confinedto dered one. sician; Flora Ann Knox choir

bed at home, but Mr. Boul- The regular monthly meeting director; and Patricia Love,
Get It All FromOBNALLHARDWARE ware. who is principal of the of the Band Association keeper of lights. NOW We Collect Electric and Telephone BW. i iI

Orange Park Elementary will be this Monday evening at The Rer. Gene McCullough i oil B NAIL HARDWARE

: : School was taken to Clay 7:30 o'clock at the school cafe- gave the invocation. Mrs. Bill ,

Memorial Hospital in Green I torium. The main item of busi- Lovett. accompanied by Mr.
:+:: 1922 HIGHWAY 17 S 4831
1922 Highway 17 Phone X64-6S31 Park I I
Orange Cove Springs for treatment of ness is plans for the Mardi Lovett Mug "I Believe" and | ORANGE PARKnilligiiUiiliiliiiUI i

1 shock; and his neck injury. Gras. -You'll Never Walk Alone. iiiiUilllili tt I

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THE 1E:1EW: :: MARCH OF DIMESIF Clay Hi's Blue DevilsThe I Clay Hill I



I Some have asked us why I to get his car and bring it to a

there was no Clay Hill news garage; he was late for Sunday

last week. We have the same School and his wife teaches
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explanation for all. When this the ladies adult class. Now who

I I cook got breakfast cooked she says a preacher don't have

--w went back to bed. didn't even trouble?
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THE NATIONAL FOUNDATION x wash a dish or sweep a floor I

2 She was a sick gal and was not Jim Strickland has been on

, The Clay County March of on arthritis are 17 studies tot ; o ; .,interested in writing news last the sick list and is still sek

Dime Workers met last Fridayat aling $889,593. An -additional week especially Monday, the with one of these colds everyone -
28 grants totaling $2.370.715 : day she has to write the news. is suffering with.
the home of Mrs. Gordon 1a
have been awarded in other investigative I Her head still feels as big as a Nellie Wilkinson of Clay Hill

Sandridge. county chairman. areas. ; 4 u wash tub and a part of the has had to spend some more

Ed Foreman state representative In February of last year The time she wonders if she is com- time in the hospital, but we

of the National Founda- National Foundation Birth De- : ing or going, but maybe she understand she is to be hems

tion from Orlando met with fects Special Treatment Centerwas will get better again! again this week.

the workers to discuss the local established at the Unlver-I -
sity of Florida Tea.c1 Our pastor, George' Chism May Bell Norman In Brad
He also explainedthe
campaign. pital and Clinics, under the ..x* 7 was too sick to attend prayerI ford County hospital for surgery -
various programs and serv- rection of Dr. Melvin dI-1 1t I I I meeting on January 2, and had week before last was released -
ices of the National Founda- ; W 3a ''to
and is financed by grants from xi call Charles Redding out to on Sunday and returned
tion.Of local chapters in Florida. This f do the work for him. It seems home and had to go to a hospital -

special interest to Clay facility was made available for I +I( preachers can get too sick to in Jacksonville on Tuesday

County is the research program the diagnosis evaluation and do their work too. Then on suffering with a blood clot in
,
and special treatment center at treatment of children with I 1. I|Sunday he started to come to her leg. She Is much improvedand

the University of Florida. Na- structural and metabolic dis- church got about five miles we understand will be
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tional Foundation research orders genetically determinedor ;.4' from home and his car broke home this week again. It seems

grants currently support scien- acquired in utero. Approximately -i down. He had to go to a friend she does have one time havingto

tific projects at 48 institutions 100 children have been and get him to bring him to live in hospitals. Better rent

located in 23 states and 3 foreign treated and the demands on Macclenny to one of Brother herself a room in one and

countries totaling 4597. the center are growing as local Clay High Blue Devils basketball team pictured Henry Meaders Tommy Clark, Bob Bradley George Weeks, George's nephews, borrow a car stay I IThe

783. There are 34 grants for physicians become aware of above are L to r., front row: John Bowles, Jay Goolsby Arthur Robert Rivers and Olen Hodge. from him and send someoneall
i studies in birth defects total- this facility. Over 32 different Rivers Danny Parker Bill Kenny, Coach Shipes. Back row- of the way back to Georgie Rev. Clarence Knight Is

' ing $1,237,475. Concentrating types of birth defects have been home from the hospital again

{ treated at the Center on chil- Live Oak Bulldogs led up until Taxable The survey shows that the Clay County Gets and able to attend church serv
Slut/ Devils/ Lose
MASON HEAD FLA. RPUC dren from nearly half the half way in the third quarter Property property tax continues to be ices. He. and his wife and their

Edwin L. Mason will be counties in Florida during the then the game see-sawed back 2 Million son. Edwin and his wife Er-
SeedlingsTwo
Chairman of the Florida Rail- first 10 months of operation. To Baker County and forth to the end. The $1,012 A PersonFor the major source of local government ma Lee. and their oldest son.
children from Clay : financing, accounting Willie and their oldest daughter.
Several
road and Public Utilities Commission Bulldogs were the victors of million slash pine seedlings -
for the next two years. County have benefited from By BEN SCARBOROUGHThe the contest. the first time since 1957 I for nearly 90 per cent of allrevenue were planted in Clay Ann have all re-united

He received his LL.B. degree treatment at the Center.A Clay High Blue Devils The "Baby Blue Devils" lost the Government has made a at that level.It County last year according to with the Highland church.
has been last full-scale survey of propertytax lists $367 billion in Robert Driggers of the Fores- When Clarence was elected as
from Stetson University in grant for $27.600 played two games week their game, being their first prop-
1940. He served in the U. S. approved for the continuationof and lost them both, the first to conference loss, by a score of values in Clay County.It erty available for taxation by try Service. Mr. Driggers says pastor of the Clay Hill church

Navy from 1941 to 1946. this program during 1963. Baker County 46-45 and the 31-27. Harris was again the was undertaken by the local agencies. Not included in that approximately 168,000 all withdrew their membershipto
I second to Live Oak, 53-50. highpointer.Both Census Bureau in connectionwith this total are buildings belong- acres need planting. i unite with the church Clarence

were very close and the its 1962 Census of Govern- ing to hospitals schools and These plantings are part .;)f was pastor of. Highlandis
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MINUTES In the Baker County tilt. last basket won the ball game. ments. As a result data is now churches with tax-exempt the 65 million seedlings plantedin their home church though so
Terry Tharpe hit on a layupas they are back home again.
So If you want to see some available on the 67,449,000 status and public buildings. the state during the year.
I CLAY COUNTY the buzzer sounded to win of real 1
pieces and personal
good basketball, come on and Taxable property values have Mr. Driggers said that fair
SPRINGS FLORIDA the game for the Bulldogs. The Jackie Richendoiiar is
GREEN COVE that expected -
property are carried on
follow the Devils to soared 30
victory. nearly cent since
per supplies of other type seedlingsare
SPECIAL MEETING- THURSDAY Jubilant team then carried him local tax rolls in the United the 1957 to return home from
the
survey Census still available: longleaf
off the court their shoul-
on
December 27. 1962 States.In Bureau the hospital this week also. The
reports. This
rapid pine loblolly Arizona cypress,
ders. This was a conference CLAY JR. HI PLAYS injured is getting along
8:00 o'clock p.m. victory for Baker. Clay County it shows, the growth is attributed in large red cedar catalpa and south eye
/ The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met in FIRST GAME gross value of local property part to new construction in the Florida slash. Orders for these nicely.

! Special Session in the County Commissioners Meeting Roomin High scorers in the game for The Clay Jr. Hi Rebels play- came to $32,800,000, as com- period both residential and will be filled through Februaryor
the Courthouse on the above time and date. the Bulldogs were Marcus ed their first. game of the sea- pared with the total on the commercial. To some degree, until supplies are exhausted. Among those having measles

The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, Honor- Rhoden with 19, Lewis Combs son on Tuesday against Starke books in 1957, 10638000. De- also, it is due to higher assess- Planting conditions for all at Highland is Frank Pendtr-

able Luther E. Wilson District No. 1. Others present were Louis with 14, and Terry Tharpe with the final score being 17- ducting the portion that' was ing of property. types of seedlings trees generally vis and Iris says last week -

L. Huntley District No. 2, Marvin Green, District No. 3, O. J. with 8. For the Blue Devils. 15 in Starkes favor. tax-exempt locally, the net More than half of the 67 have been good, Florida For- three days anyway Is one
time in Frank's life she has
' Murrhee District No. 4, and H. E. Moody District No. 5. Tommy Clark had 13 and Bill This was a low scoring game amount was 20349000. million pieces of real estate est Service foresters report except -
not had to watch him and keep
+ The Chairman stated the meeting was called in order for Kenny had 12. because of good defensive play- This constituted the tax base listed on local assessment rolls during several days of Intense -
him out of mischief he
was
the Board to appoint an Architect for the proposed new County ing by both teams. At the half upon which local tax rates were are non-farm residential prop- cold when state nursery
The "Baby-Blue Devils" won too sick to get into anything!
Health Center. Green Cove led with the score applied but it was not the full erties. Another one-fifth are operations were suspended.
the Jayvee game 38-22, with He is the same old Frank now.
After a further discussion and consideration of the seven 119. It was in the closing market value of the property acreage and farm plots. Vacant Since 1928 Florida's reforestation
Dickie Harris the high point -
Architects who were Interviewed on December 13, 1962 by the minutes of the game that involved. Normally property is lots, which number 13 million has Includedthe
man. program Three of the Hollaway chil-
Board of County Commissioners, the firm of W. R. Gomon and Starke made 3 long shots that assessed for tax purposes at far are nearly one-third as numer-
of
planting one and one- are having a battle with measles
Associates was selected by unanimous consent of the Board. On Saturday the Blue Devils were good and went into the below its actual value. ous as residential properties. third billion
pine seedlings. as well as numerous other
Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner went to Live Oak. By the lead with 2 points. The local assessment roll What does Clay County's assessment Fire control for the protectionof people= around Highland some
Green, the Board adjourned to 'eet again in Regular Sessionon shooting of John Flood with Scott Smith was the high which was the basis for tax I roll represent in termsof the state's multi-million dol- are grown folks. Rachel Prescott -

Monday. January 14, 1963 at 9:00 o'clock a.m. 14, Ron Strickland with 13, scorer for the Rebels with 8 payments due in 1962 consisted local population? In effect Ii lar forests has been extendedto and Charles Mos&y were

LUTHER WILSON Chairman and Ronnie Williams with 12, points. Other scorers were Don of real property in the sum it is equivalent to $1,012 in 51 counties and two more also on the sick list Sundayand

Attest: the Devils fell in defeat after Bowles. O'Neill and John of $16.228.000 and personal taxable property for every man will i be protected in the near unable to attend church
f GEORGE L. CARLISLE Clerk putting up a great battle. The Groner. property of 4121000. woman and child in the county.I I future. services.


State Bank No. 452 I State Bank No. 499 I ,

REPORT OF CONDITION OF "KEYSTONE STATE BANK"OF -' REPORT OF CONDITION:" OF "THE BANK OF ORANGE

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDAAT PARK" OF ORANGE- PARK IN THE STATE OF FLORIDAAT lliffRllffLnawgiw'iieTr41

THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DEC. 31, 1962. THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DEC. 31. 196%.

ASSETS ASSETS

II Cash balances with other banks and cash items in -- -'

process of collection... .... .... ........ .... $ 500,943.69 Cash balances with other banks and cash items in :
1 process of collection. .--. .... .... .... ........ $ 450,749.92
direct and
United States Government obligations

I guaranteed .... .... .... .... ........................ 737,952.75 United States Government obligations, direct and
guaranteed ........ .... --.. .... .... ............ 1391455.82
Obligations of States and political subdivisions .... 10000.00
Obligations of States and political subdivisions .... 21.673.22Loans
Loans and discounts (including $278.12 overdrafts) 1268342.62
and discounts (including $486.17 overdrafts
) 939,165.83Bank
'r
Bank premises owned $30,774.35 furniture and fixtures I i'I

I $17,467.13 ............ .. .. ......................... 48241.48 I premises owned $78,685.36, furniture and fixtures -
I 40499.02 ..... .... ................................ 119,184.38
Real estate owned other than bank premises ........ 388.52
Other assets .... ....... .... ....... ........................... 3796.61 Other assets ..............................................--..._.... 7.718,51TOTAL
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.................. ......__.........._.
.. ... .... ........ ASSETS -- 2929947.68
TOTAL ASSETS .... ..... ..... .... .... .... 2569665.67
I,

LIABILITIES LIABILITIES ; 'I
Demand deposits of individuals partnerships, and ---- _

corporations ". .... .... .... .... ...............-.... 996.094.26 Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and _
corporations ........................................ -- -- 1,029,364.68
Time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships -

and corporations... ..... .... -...... 920,347.76 Time and savings deposits of individuals partner-
ships and corporations... ........ .... ........ 660,213.77
Deposits of United States Government (including

postal savings) .... .... .... .... ................ 101703.67 Deposits of United States Government (including :
Deposits of States and political subdivisions ........ 268841.89 postal savings) .... ................................ -.-.-. 2179.41

Deposits of banks .... .... .... .... .... ............ 45,056.99 Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..........- 854,536.82
Certified and officers' checks, etc. ............................ 7,851.03 Certified and officers checks, etc. ............................ 19159.30 _

i TOTAL DEPOSITS ............................ 2339895.60 TOTAL DEPOSITS ................ .-- $2,565,453.98a __

(a) Total demand deposits ............ 1403224.73 ( ) Total demand deposits ............ 1605240.21
(b) Total time and savings deposits $ 960,213.77 1 :-I -
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(b Total time and savings deposits $ 936,670.87Other
Other liabilities .... ........ ..... .... ..................... 56963.29 -
liabilities .... .... .... ..............-.............. 62785.36 -- -- a _
f -

TOTAL LIABILITIES .... ..... .... .....n......... 2402680.96 TOTAL LIABILITIES ........................................ 2622417.27

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS CAPITAL ACCOUNTS **
Capital: Capital:

i a) Common stock total par value 50000.00 50000.00 (a) Common stock total par value 172000.00 172000.00 y

Surplus .... .... .................................................... 110.000.00 Undivided profits ......_................... .........__._____ 44530.41
Undivided profits .................:.......-.......................... 6984.71 WALK AROUND IT. SEE THE DIFFERENCES.

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ___.............. 307530.41
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................ 168,984.71 Start at the rear of this Fleetside pickup. Grab the Now please sit in the cab a minute. Comfortable?
tailgate and pull hard. No give. Two wedge latches It also is double willed and the roof is insulated.Let's
Total LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 2929947.68 keep it tight. Now unfasten them and let down the start 'er up and look for a washboard road. Chevrolet
Total
LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 2,569,665.67MEMORANDA MEMORANDAAssets gate. Jump up and down on it. Does it sag? Notice coil-epring suspensions fight road shock better than

Bow the chains are wrapped in rubber BO the/ won't other types, good for the truck, load and the driver.
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and rattle or mar paint. There are other things. But you can see why this L$
for other purposes including notes and bills for other purposes (including notes and bills Now look at the lower side panels. Two walls. You a truck that does a job without slot of pampering.It'.
rediscounted and securities sold with agree- rediscounted and securities sold with agreement might dent the inside one but it won't show through. built'right. Which is why it's usually worth more at

ment to repuurchase) ....... 423767.20 to repurchase) -.- .._ __.h_ ......_. 945000.00 The floor will never rust. It's select wood, not metal. trade-in. When would you like us to deliver it!

Loans as shown above are after deduction of valua- Loans as shown above are after deduction of valua- 12 NEW 6-CYLINDER ENGINES! I

tion reserves of .... .... .... ..- ............... 31136.98 tion reserves of ...._ _- .... .. .... _.-.......-. 10,071.94I
i I, N. Watson Hardenbergh, Jr. Executive Vice-President &: I, \ W. Mikell. Vice President Cashier, of the above- New High Torque 230-cOvin. New HilhTorque 292-cu.4n.

Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is S xisl terbutmorepower- Six-most powerful truck 6 .
I report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief.W. ful than its redeeessor..1t Is 66 Chevrolet has ever builtl
standard in Series CIO Standard In Series C60,
and belief. ,V. MIKELLCorrectAttest through C50 models. optional at extra cost in QUALITY TRUCKS
N. WATSON HARDENBERGH. JR. : lighter models.! COST LESS
t Correct.-Attest: WALTER G. ODUM.

G. E. WIGGINS. RALPH M. BAGWELL. Test Drive fhe "New Reliables" af your Chevrolet deafens

,, A. G. LOUDON O. B. NALL, Directors
R. L. WALKER. Directors
State of Florida, County of Clay ss:
State of Florida County of Clay ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of January.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of January.
1963. and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of ROBERTS CHEVROLETOrange
1963. and I .
this bank. hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.


My commission expires September 29, 1965. My commission expires November 9, 1964.

j SEAL Myron C. Prevatt Notary Public SEAL Dolores E. Keites. Notary Public and Park pre en Cove Spring i a Phone 284-3033

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Woman's (Club Newsthat WILL MELROSE HOLD WOMAN'S VAUDEVILLE CLUB Golf NewsLast -I KH Church NewsST. I I Teens Like to Host PartiesGAYNOR I


The first business meeting of at the Jan. 22 luncheon
Whoever said that vaudeville ANNE'S NEWS hand-painted Christmas card I MADDOX\ 4 maratehtna eherr.es
the Woman's Club for 1963 was meeting an opportunity will be was dea? Sunday afternoon a from Ho Kwong. and a letter Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Chopped nuts
Husband and Wife Tournament The Annual Meeting and
members and
held on January 8, in the Com- given guests to Well 'tain't so! Because on of gratitude for their help. Pour milk into mixing bowL
contributue to "Pennies for was held at the Keystone Dinner at St. Anne's Churchwas Teen-age boys as well as
munity C h u r c h Educational Saturday evening. Jan. 19, a Due to illness Mrs. Robert girls like to host Add pudding and beat with
Pines This is a project of the j Heights Country Club, with 24 held on Sunday Jan. 15. play to their beater
good ole 15-act Vaudeville show Hendry has found it necessaryto friends. We asked Pat Maddox egg until well blended
Building following an Execu- Federation Woman's Clubs will be held couples participating. Low gross At this meeting Huntley (about 1 minute). Let set for
at the
Melrose resign and Junior Fellow- 16, of Collegiate Prep
tive Board Meeting at 1 pju. They have a section of pines in was won by Dutch and Odelle Redfearn. Jr.. was elected senior School 5 minutes. Meanwhile place
High School auditorium at 8:00 I Hennies ship leader will be Mrs. John and Irene Strom, 14,
Finance Committee Chair- the Ocala National Forest. An- o'clock. ; second Low Gross by warden. Mike Hanks was Wrinkle. Mrs. David Nelson of Professional Children's 2 sections of banana in the
other of their (Gordon and Eileen Lee. elected warden. School bottom or on the sides of
one projects the Junior in New
man noted proceeds from the I York to list
(473-4119) will for all
The best part about this show : arrange i each individual dish.
Low Net won by Gena serving
Seminole Indians will be need was some of the foods like
Bazaar Table at the Decem- I Elected to the Mission Board j I they
items for Church bulletin Spoon
is the fact that it will feature J in pudding. Garnish
and Bert Chris toilers second to at their
ing pennies at later date. ; i serve parties.
ber meeting were still being received a were Mike Hanks.Wat Harden- with whipped
while Mrs. Francis will
folks Egan cream cherry
we all know. Ten residents !
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Low Net. by Lois and Lindsay
Along this line Mrs. Hanson I They like short-cut con-
and Indicated that of Keystone Heights will Walker.A ergh.. Philip Parsons and handle all newspaper publicity.CO3LMUNITY venience foods. Such favorites and chopped nuts.
asked if the members would be -
about $80.00 will be realized. Ralph Crawford.
take part. Many of them have as COCONUT TWIST CANDY
interested in seeing Mr. L. MPearall's Side Tournament of :Mis- peanut butter chocolate
Mrs. Sara McDonald, building at one time been big-time gen- matched Pairs was won by Starting January 25. choir coconut and bananas (Mobs 80 candies)
display of Indian Eel CHURCH
committee chairman gavea uine show people! You will see Doris Ottinger and Bill Rey- practice will be held Fridays at frequently appear at their 1 package toasted coconut instant
ics. Mr. Pearsall resides "
in Mel- CIRCLES SCHEDULEDThe party "feeds. :Milk in
and interesting 7
very comprehensive Janet Lamm Tom Garner and pm. quan pudding
rose. Arrangements for the trip nolds. A bouffet supper was tity vies with soft drinks when 1 pound confectioners'
report on progress George Massa as members of Confirmation Classes are held Community ChurchWomen sugar;
held at the clubhouse follow- the
will be made later. Everyone boys gather. The three Ji soft
made to date on plans for financing the combo; Jack Haberstroh at 10 am. on Saturdays. Day Circles will meet cup margarine
seemed to want to go. ing the tournament.On I "p's" of teen-age parties are 1 egg white
the new Club House. Mr. Albert Leo LeBlanc and George Massa Monday the ladies of the Inquirers' Classes at 7:30 p.m. on Monday. Jan. 21, at 1:30 pretzels, popcorn and pizzas. 2 to 3 tablespoons mifk

With a blackboard sketch she Bachmann will will be singing in the male W.G.A. played their! weekly L., on Sundays. These classes 'pare .m.. as follows: I i They favor frozen pizzas \l cup chunky peanut butter
explained a tentative plan and be the guest speaker at the chorus Mary LaRue to all ; (former tournaments. The 18-hole open young people Circle 1 Chairman Mrs. Combine pudding confec

members discussed several SUg- :. luncheon meeting Jan. 22,, soloist for Les Brown, and Hal group played 18 holes, convert whether confirmed or not. David Nelson will meet at with Often they top off the menu tioners' sugar, margarine, egg
Tuesday. The luncheon no-cook
gested features. will begin Kemp) will sing; Dr. Sarah Lou dessert con- white and enough milk to
6 holes to par less three quarters home of Mrs. Edith Thornquistand coctions such
Toasted
promptly at 1:00 o'clock as
Mrs. Julius Hanson president Wells will Charleston, and do a handicap. Vesta Aiken was her sister Mrs. Ruth Ohl- Coconut Banana Split and a bind the mixture. Beat until

appointed a sub-finance Each member is urged to clown act; and Gina Massa will ':the winner with Eileen Lee COMMUNITY CHURCH peanut butter-coconut candy. very minutes.well Divide blended, about 5

committee approved by mem- bring a guest or prospective do a soft shoe. Former Key- the runnerup.The The first 1963 evening meet- son.Circle 2 Chairman Mrs TOASTED COCONUT BANANA SPLIT each half to a 6x4-inch in half, rec-pat
bership vote. This committeewill member also a covered dish stoners Joe and ing of the Community Church
Rosemary
9-hole group played 9 Sara McDonald will meet at (Makes 4 servings) tangle. Spread each half with
include Mrs. William Reynolds and table service for. self and Daurer clever in many ways, holes, convert 3 holes to par Women was held Monday Jan. home of Mrs. L. M. Schroeder ion 2 caps cold milk peanut butter. Fold each section

Mrs. Ruth Lott Mrs. guest. will have an act or two. Also less three quarters handicap. 7. in the Educational Building Brooklyn Lake. I'I 1 package toasted coconut instant in thirds and roll on a

David Nelson Mrs. Alma Forst, The members extended the participating will be persons Faye' Mangels was winner with Mrs. Charles Wallenius, president Circle 3 Chairman :Mrs. I pudding board, lightly sprinkled withconfectioners'
and Mrs. Fremont Tolles The Community Church from Melrose. Vero of the organization I'I sugar to 20
a vote of Beach and Mittie Haynes as runner-up. expressed Walter Grolick, will meet with 2 bananas, split and halved
latter three are members of the thanks for the arrangementsmade Palatka. Interested golfers are askedto her gratitude for the Mrs. W. C. Byron on Garden I Vi cup whipped cream pieces.inches. Slice into 2-inch

membership committee. for the club to use the The Melrose Woman's Club remember the mother-and- splendid attendance with one St.. with Mrs. John Karges co- II _

President Hanson announced Educational Building for meet is sponsoring this entertain- child tournament to be played new member and eight visitors hostess. I I

ings. ment. All proceeds will go fora next month. Following devotionals led by Circle 4-Mrs. Frank Stitch-

.!. .!. .!. .!. .!. .l .!. .!. .!. ':! scholarship fund for Melrose Mrs. A. C. Holt Mrs. William berry Chairman will meet
6T.
D 9 'J 7 'J G r G
High School and for Civil De- Waltz introduced the speakerf with Mrs. Marshall Gallop at
REMINDER KH P-TA MEETS THURSDAY S. E. McKAYREAL
Murrhee fense. In Keystone tickets will the evening Mrs. Chris Ma- her home on Brookly Lake.

The "Has-Been's" footballgame be on sale at Belote's DrugStore Thursday evening is the regular theson of Gainesville. Mrs. Circle 5 Chairman Mrs.

Insurance AgencyFor will be played on the Lazy Susan Restaurant meeting of the Keystone. Matheson has been a teacherin Bertha Jones will meet at the

Keystone field Saturday evening and the LaRue Insurance Ag- Heights Parent Teachers As- the missionary fields withthe home of Mrs. Floyd Koons on ESTATE AND APPRAISAL SERVICE

Your Insurance Needs I! Jan. 26.Keystone ency. They may also be boughtat sociation. The meeting will begin Indians of the Mid-West, Twin Lake with Mrs.: John

the door. The price is $1.00. .1 promptly at 8 p.m. and more recently spent two Kingsbury co-hostess.

See: RICHARD MURRHEE Has-Beens will A special treat is in store for years with the children of Missionaries The evening circles will meet

Agent play the Melrose Has-Beens at : all lovers of music, and a little in South Korea. at 8 pjn., as follows: HOMES RENTALS LAKEFRONT
a 6-man game. Each squad will KH WINS OVER OP 45-41 encouragement for those who
'consist I Wearing a native costume Circle 6 the Nightingales PROPERTIES
of only 12
men. eel that there should
Phone 473-4786 Last Saturday evening the be music replete with size 23 native Ca will meet at home of Mrs. Ray
Proceeds will go to the Boosters' taught in the school. This
Keystone Indians came out noe-shaped shoe and boot sicks. Starnes on East Lakeview
Keystone Heights Florida Club to help them pay off ahead in a nip-andtuck game evening the Keystone High she described in detail the sev Drive. Mrs. Leon Wagner is
the cost of the reservation School Band will make their Keystone HeightsPhone
:!> c ei with Orange Park, played in eral items of dress and explained Chairman.
-': T Twi fence. the gym at Melrose. debut. Mr. Gene Croft, who is that the natives and Circle 7 the Rebeccas, will

Bob Jackson and Bill Carnes getting his degree in Music at she wore the costume to meet at home of :Mrs Frank 473-4816

S grabbed an early lead for the the University of Florida has special festivals and to church. ngen on Brooklyn Lake. Mrs. I

FranksSHOE Indians and at half time the organized this little group hoping For other activities, the Gusto J. W. Wild Is Chairman.
it will form the nucleus fora
score was 24-19. But with a mary American dress is worn.
real marching band to play
REPAIR SHOP
few minutes left to play it Mrs. Matheson also told of
Frank Feccio at our football games etc. Next
looked as though Orange Park visiting a small island leper ,
year, it is hoped that he willbe
Expert Shoe Repairing would come out the winner until colony. a rehabilitation center -
Dying All Leather and Fabric Shoes the very end. Final score teaching a regular course in for those cured enough for
music at K.H.S. His wife is the
"All Kinds of Leath. Work"171Z was a close 43-41 for the In- discharge.The .
Commercial Education Teacher
-
Highway 17 Orange Park dians. er K.H.S. Community Churchwomen M.'r

Jackson was high point man have adopted a Chinese

for Keystone with 13 points. boy. Ho Kwang Ring an eleven

Carnes had 11. Orange Park's HASSLER-BAMFORD year old from Hong Kong

Brooklyn Supply HouseBuilding Buck Weaver and Jerry Mc- Mrs. Macie Bamford of Lake China. The Ladies received a

Laughlin had 19 and 15 points Geneva announces her mar { -S

Supplies, Hardware respectively, to their credit. riage to James E. Hassler on WORTHY GRAND MATRONOES S

The Girls won their game. Sunday Jan. 6. TO VISIT KEYSTONEThe

Precast U Lintels All Lengths 45-21, with Rubylane Smith Mrs. Bamford and Mr. Hass
regular meeting of East- s
scoring 28 points. ler were married in Folkston ;-
KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS ern Star Chapter 279 was held
The boys no whave a recordof Ga. Accompanying them to ; .5
on Jan. 15 In the Masonic .r. 44
Roy W. Tyre Phone 473-4886 5 wins and 3 losses this sea Folkston were Mr. and Mrs Temple. S
:
son. Chester Moody of Keystone
An election of officers was
Heights.Mr. .
held and plans completed for
Hassley a native of Tennessee
KH BOY SCOUTS official visitation this Thurs-
REAL is a Marine Engineerwith I IADD
ESTATE MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
KEYSTONE HEIGHT FLORIDA TAKE 10 MILE HIKE the Atlantic Refining day Mrs.for Leota worthy Prosser.Grand Hostessesfor Matron. YIT

On Company with headquarters in
Saturday Jan. 12. ten the Social Hour following %
Boy Scouts of Troop No. 105 of Philadelphia Pa. His work.
the Chapter meeting will be 1. :
i
Keystone Heights and their takes him all over the Unite Mrs. Frank Stitchberry chair- :
States and most of the timehis
Scoutmaster. .
1 I' Barry W y man man. Mrs. Ruby Osteen Mrs.
went wife will accompany him,
their first
on tenmilehike F
Arcena Wilson and Mrs. Augh-
of 1963. Highlights of the but they will make their homein try Vance.

five point compass course hike Lake Geneva. The Community ChurchWomen

were map reading and hike served the dinner for .5

cooking. KH WOMAN'S CLUB the Eastern Star Worthy

C. J. Tele" O'Connor P.O. Box 227' Phone 473-4297' The boys came through In TO HAVE CARD PARTY Grand Matron's visit on Thurs

fine shape. The Ladies of the Keystone day. Mr. A. R. Gaunt was gen- "i
eral chairman and cochairman -
Heights Woman's Club will .
was Mrs. Walter Orolick. + oa
hold a benefit card party on

BACKING THE PROGRESS OF CLAY Thursday, January 31, at the They were assisted by Circle 5, "
COUNTY Masonic Hall. of which Mrs. Bertha Jones is .. :

Cards will be played startingat chairman. Mrs. J. W. Wildt 1b.# s w .

1 pjn.. and again startin at leader of Senior Youth Fellowship r
had charge of the ,,.s J i .
dining us
8 pm. in the evening. It is / ,
that room and waitresses were ,4 ,,..*#' .
hoped the ladies will bring ,, ,5
their husbands. With two sessions from the Youth Fellowshipgroup. 5x

of play there should be a 'v.4. i 7 ...S.-' r eP
+ }
time to suit most everyone. a 1 s e

There will be prizes and buf DuPONT CREDIT UNIONTO t
4.
fet-style refreshments. Mrs *
MEET SATURDAY + s y 4
Herbert Nelson is In charge. ,,, t
Members of the DuPont Min- 4 .S. e .a' 4
i Proceeds will go to the building I. s
fund. ing Employees Credit Union t a%' : rr s -

will attend the twelfth Annual a ** '! /
a {
-
Meeting in the auditorium of, w. ? .

ESTRELLITA CLUB MEETS I the U. S. O. Building on North e. w ..+ t4" : ,

The Estrellita Club met at Temple Ave.. in Starke Fla.. at s ;k a +i ep x

THEKEYSTONE the Masonic Hall on Wednesday 6:30 pm. on Saturday. Jan. 19.

Jan. 9. at 2 pm. In the I In addition to the business $,l

absence of the president. Mrs. I meeting. Including declaration at I

STATE BANK Ira Stringer the vice president I I of dividends there win be door

presided. President Mrs. GeorgeYoung's I prizes food and entertain- A PHONE.
ADD A LOT TO LIVINGSave
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLORIDA resignation was accepted ment. .
with regret. Illness in Members should plan now to

Mrs. Young's daughter's fan hold this date open and be at

"YOUR FRIENDLY COMMUNITY BANK" Uy In Sanford requires her this important meeting. time, steps, trouble. Add exten- details on the low cost and lovely cotors,

presence there. Mrs. Young has Non-member spouses are also
sion
phones where
contributed much to the progress welcome. your family lives call your Telephone Business Office.

COMPLETE BANKING SERVICEMember of the Club, and her leadership There just aren't enough most...workshop, kitchen, bedroom, '3.-

will be greatly missed. nights In the week! Too bad '

FDIC Plans are in the making for this has to be the same evening Florida room, teen-ager's room. For SouthernCIatt.OIounftt 4 Bell,

a Fried Chicken Dinner at the I as the Melrose Vaudeville

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THURSDAY. JANUARY 17. 1963 Clay (County QJrescetvt PAGE SEVEN



LEGAL A?rICB LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE. LEGAL NOTICE

BUY SELL SERVICEIN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICE OF SALE

COURT IN AND FOR AND FOR CLAY COUNTY CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn THE FOURTH JUDICIAL To: Nathan Jones

CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDAIn FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. Chancery CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN General Delivery

Re: Estate of JULIUS OES- CASE NO. 3548 LEONA YOUNG Plaintiff AND FOR CLAY COUNTY.IN Penny Farms Fla.
CLAY COUNTY
TREICHER, deceased. vs.GERALD. CHANCERY You are hereby notified that
W. M. MASON COMPANY,
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll H. YOUNG. CASE NO. 1557 the following motor vehicle:
a corporation under the laws
creditors of the Estate of of Florida DefendantNO. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE 1958 Pont. S No. A758H8788will

Julius Oestreicher deceased PJalntl1f.WILLIAM 3535 PROCEEDINGS be sold at public sale at
Ant CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS are hereby notified and required NOTICE OF SUIT 10:00: o'clock on the 28th day
YS PIONEER FINANCE
to file any claims or demands THE STATE OP FLORIDATO of January 1963 at 601 N.
C. MILLER and COMPANY a Corporation.
MARINA MOTELAPTS. which they may have : Orange Ave.. Green Cove
ANNA E. MILLER, his wife.Defendant., PlaintiffVs.
ABC TV INLET MARINAHwy against said estate fin the office *. GERALD H. YOUNG Springs, Fla. The proceeds of
FOR RENT cot the County Judge of Box 33 U. 8. Naval Station the sale will be applied to the
GUY STERLING HILLERS
17 Orange Park Clay County. Florida, in the NOTICE OF SUIT Navy No. 568 payment of the cost of retaking
RALPH F. \lILBERGEBREFRIGKRA STORAGE-WET & DRY By Week or MonthU. courthouse at Green Cove % Fleet Post Office and storing and sale of said
THE STATE OF FLORIDA' MARY VIRGINIA HILLERS
: New York New York motor vehicle and the cost of
TION CROSBY BOATS S. 17 North Springs. Florida within six
AND EE-ZY TRAILERS calendar months from the date TO: William C. Miller and An- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Defendants publication of notice of sale

AIR CONDITIONINGService MERCURY ENGINES PHONE 284-3605 of the first publicatioon of this na E. Miller his wife whose that a suit has been filed THE STATE OF FLORIDATO and then to the satisfaction of

notice. Each claim or demand residence is 615 West Altu- against you' in the above entitled the balance due under the con-

PACKAGE STORE must be In writing and must ras Street. Tucson Arizona: cause and you are hereby GUY STERLING HTLLERS- tract covering the financing of

AUTHORIZED "FEDDER8" SALES & SERVICECO state the place of residenceand You are hereby notified thata required to serve upon plaintiffs RESIDENCE UNKNOWN said motor vehicle. Any surplus -

Sales ,& Service 4-9835 post office address of the suit has been filed againstyou attorney whose name and MARY VIRGINIA KILLERS- will be paid to you and

Home Phone 2819780Business PAUL'SAll claimant and must be swornto as Defendants in the above address appear hereon. your RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU you will remain liable for any

Phone 284-6381 BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN Legal Beverages by the claimant, his agent entitled cause; and that you written defenses, U any to the ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED balance remaining unpaid under .

or his attorney, or it will become -I are hereby required to file your bill of complaint la said suit, that a Complaint to fore- said contract.ASSOCIATES .
Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M.
void according to law. answer with the Clerk of this copy of which is delivered to close a certain mortgage on the DISCOUNT

E. REEDBookkeeping Dnval County Line December 14. 1962. Court un.i to serve a copy you herewith on or before Feb- following described real prop- CORPORATIONBy

AGIN'SRefrigeration North of Orange Park OLGA J. OESTREICHER thereof upon the Plaintiff or ruary 18, AD. 1963. erty located in Clay COunty : R. M. Armstrong

't, and Tax Service Executrix of the Estate of Plaintiff's attorney whose Herein fail not or decree pro Florida to-wit: Coll. Mgr.

And Air PIANO SERVICE Julius Oestreicher _.. _.. name and address is: Smith. confesso will be entered against. Lot 31 in the Southwest 1055 Main St. Jax.. Fla.

1 ConditioningSERVICE 40O W. Walnut St. Deceased.Dec. Elliot and Schwalbe. 830 Lynch I you for the relief prayed in the Quarter (SWU) of the Jan. 17. 1963

'k Phone 284-6721 GEORGE WEEKS 20. 27. 1962 Jan. ;3, 10, '63 Building. Jacksonville 2, Florida bill of complaint.THE Southeast Quarter (SEtt) of

not later than February NATURE OF SAID SUIT Section 8, Township 6 South. LEGAL NOTICB
Green Core Springs I
PIANO SERVICE-
LEGAL NOTICE 7. 1963. BEING FOR DIVORCE Range 26 East. Clay County. LEGAL NOTICE

Chrysler Alrttmp Sales Tuning Repairing If you fall to do so, decree WITNESS My hand and the Florida. As of this date January 10,

Authorized Philco CABINET WORK PHONE 284-8279 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S pro confesso will be entered teal of said Court at Green has been filed against you. and 19S3 I will not be responsiblefor

Service Box 6O Hlbernia Rt. COURT OF CLAY COUNTY. against you for the relief demanded Cove Springs Florida, this you are required to serve a copy any debts made by anyone

Day Ph. 2S4-368O LINSLEY WOODWORKS Green Cove Springs FLORIDA.IN in the complaint.The 10th day of January AD. of your answer or pleading to other than myself. Signed -
284-3403 Custom Cabinetry 1983. the said Complaint Plain-
Night PROBATEIn nature of said suit being upon Preston Daniels.
Office, Bar and Store Fixtures GEORGE L. CARLISLE tiffs attorney T. J. JENNINGS Jan. 10. 17. 24. 31. 1963
Palmetto REAL ESTATE re: Estate of ELIZABETHS. for foreclosure of mortgage recorded -
Cabinets Bldg. Hardware Clerk Circuit Court Green Cove
Box
JI:. P.O. 372
WOODWORTH
Green Ocve Springs In Vol. 40, Page 407,
Plywood Plastic Laminates Deceased. 3y Grace M. Carlisle Springs Florida and file the YOU AREDRIVING .
Official
CLARENCE B. LAZETTE Records of Clay County -
Phone Bus. 284-3223 Deputy Clerk original answer or pleading in BLIND
NO.
Liscensed Broker In 578 Florida, the description of..
APPLIANCES Phone Res. 284-3803 Green NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo the property proceeded against i FREDERICK H. LENCZYK the office of the Clerk of the
Cove Springs Attorney for Plaintiff Circuit Court of Clay County,
Highway 17 North Since 1037Homes All Creditors and Persons being as follows: All that certain -
Jim Carter Appliance Address: Florida on or before the 18th
Green Core Spring hhaving Claims or Demands property situate and beingin
Service, Inc. Farms Acreage against said Estate: Clay County, Florida more 921 Florida Title Building day of February AD. 1963 or a ,' / '
FILL DIRTCHERRY 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 You Jacksonville, Florida decree pro confesso will be entered -
and each of you are particularly described as follows -
A. F. BakerRefrigeration Jan. 17 24 31 Feb. 7 1963
This notice
hereby notified and requiredto : against you. .
& present any claims and demands shall be published once each
Air Conditioning Service & LOVETT UPHOLSTERERS which you may have Let Nine (9). Block Eight LEGAL NOTICE week for four consecutive weeksin .

(8). MEADOWBROOK Unit the Clay County Crescent of
against the Estate of ElizabethS.
also all DragLine
Dump Truck BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP I Woodworth. deceased late 2, according to plat recordedin NOTICE OF SALE Green Cove Springs. Florida.

Major Appliance Repairs LIGHT DOZIER WORK Plat Book 6. pages 12 and To: Clarence R. Laulter WITNESS my hand and the
1400 W. Idle wild Av.., of Clay County Florida to the
Washers Dryers CLEAN FILL DIRT 13. of the public records of seal of said Court at Green
discourtesy
Phone 284-3505 County Judge of Clay County Box 145Keystone When you allow some -
Shell Clay Clay County Florida. Cove Springs Florida this 15th from another motorist
Phone 284-3542 Green Cove Springs Florida at his office in the Heights Florida
I FREE ESTIMATES Courthouse of said County at Together with all structuresand You are hereby notified that day of January A.D. 1963. to upset you or make you so
Seat Covers Panels retaliate with
that
t you
PROMPT DELIVERY Auto Green Cove Springs, Florida Improvements now and the following motor vehicle: GEORGE L. CARLISLE, I angry blind madness" one of the
Courteous Service 'PupsUpholetery within six calendar months hereafter on said land and 1958 Mercury 8 M8V8510431 Clerk of the Circuit Courtof greatest contributing factors in

J i Lining from the time of the first fixtures attached theretoand will be sold at public sale at Clay County Florida. highway accidents. .
I Phone CO 4-6311 Sofas Chain publication of this notice. Each all rents issues, pro- 10:00 o'clock on the 28th day Jan. 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7 I AOstalt In*. Co. Safety CruU I
Res. CO 4-9907 Cushions i
ceeds and
I i claim or demand shall be in profits accruingand of January. 1963. at 601 N.
1 W. E. (Ernest) Cherry, to accrue from said
writing shall be in duplicate Orange Ave., Green Cove

i IUC1IIC GLASS IOI1OM I I I General Mgr. Income Tax Service I.shall state the place of residence premises all of which are Included Springs Fla. The proceeds of Your Watch Fixed
within the foregoing
Doctors Inlet Fla
18 Years Experience and post office addressof the sale will be applied to the
I and the haben-
the claimant shall be swornto description payment of the cost. of retaking -
Short Forms$2.00Long by the claimant his agentor dum thereof; also all gas. storing and sale of said Includes Cleaning-Oiling

I OPPORTUNiTY KNOCKS HEREFor j Forms5.00 up attorney and shall be accompanied steam electric water and motor vehicle and the cost of Adjusting Case polished &
other heating, cooking, refrigerating I
by the one dollar publication of notice of sale one of these parts
Reasonable Rates for Business filing fee required by law, and lighting, plumb- I and then to the satisfaction of $
Real Estate. Rentals, Etc. ing, ventilating, irrigating Main Spring j
any such claim or demand not the balance due under the con- 5

RentFOR Miscellaneous PAtTL REMLIXGER so filed shall be void. and power, appliances.systems fixtures machines I tract covering the financing of Xylon BandAll

i 8645 Roosevelt Blvd. /sCarroll M. Wright. and which :said motor vehicle. Any surplus Work Guaranteed for
appurtenances
RENT: Nice 2 bedroom CAREY'S TRADING POST Orange Park As Administrator cum testaments hereafter !will be paid to you, and you 1 Year
house inside and annexo of the Es- now are or may i will remain liable for any bal-

out, reasonable, newly painted, large yard appliances WE BUY SELL TRADE FOR SALE tate of Elizabeth S. Wood- in pertain, or on to said, or premises be used with.even I ance remaining unpaid under ROY DAVIS, WatchmakerWe

furnished. Call Penney Three locations: worth deceased. said contract. Service all makes of Radios
though they be detached or
FOR SALE 1 circulating
Farms 5298211. 20tfe 15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-3280 First publication on January ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT
heater. 4500 BTU, with stand 3. detachable. CORPORATION 23 W. Walnut St. Oreen Cove Springs

furnish e Warehouse &: antiques old and drum and tubing $30.00 1963.Jan. 24 Hour Service Phone 284-6951 Mall Orders
FOR RENT 3 room 3. 10. 17, 24. 1963 WITNESS my hand and the By: R- M. Armstrong
West Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. Thomas Hardware. Chronographs and Special Models Slightly Higher
ed apt. with bathm. 100 10.2p seal of said Court at Green con. Mgr. ,

St, Phone 2S4-3213. lOtfc "BIG TOP" tent Blanding ATTENTION Fish Camp own LEGAL NOTICE Cove Springs Florida this 29th 1055 Main St.., Jax.. Fla.

ORANGE" PARK Blvd. At Ridgewood. ers and live bait dealers. Increase day of December A. D. 1962. -

FOR RENT Store on Hwy. Furniture & appliances at your profits with our NOTICE OFFORECLOSURE GEORGE L. CARLISLE.

17, 20x50, proven area. Phone bargain prices fitfc large grain fed Florida Giant SALE Clerk of the Circuit Court

CO 46300. Walker. 17tfc Redworms. Buy direct from us' BY By Grace M. Carlisle

TV SERVICE, Anytime Don and increase your profits. Phone' CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Deputy ClerkA
2 BEDROOM: House 9U miles NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -
Woollard. Phone 2849615.: SP 1.1567 or Write Masters Bait ( of the complaint filed
copy
south Green Cove Springs, on that the undersigned
Farm, Middleburg, Fla. 10.2p,
herein is attached to the
284- DUe I Clerkof copy
U.S. 17. Call 284-3307 or GEORGE L. CARLISLE.
of this Notice which Is mailedto
CHICKEN FERTILIZER for
17c
3520. the Circuit Court of Clay
DISCRIMINATING SENIOR I sale at farm $5.00 pick-up County. Florida will on the each Defendant for whom a
FISHER MOTEL 411 FerrisSt. residence more specific than a : If Wide-Track is as hot as
Citizens may appreciate open- truck load 7 miles S. Green 25th day of January AD., 1963, '
Open under new manage state or country was given in
ing of a Thoroughly comfort- Cove Hwy 17, C. W. Dehaven. during the legal hours of sale
ment. Apartments rooms the sworn statement filed herein -
2844790. 10.2p at the north front door of the
day week or month. Lights and able Retirement Home soon at Courthouse of Clay County. by the Plaintiff, his agent Pontiac says, why don't they

water furnished. Phone 284- River View 15 St. Johns Ave Add to the FAMILY INCOME. or attorney).
of Green
Florida, in the City
3553 or 284-9233. 17tfe or!Ar a few hours daily. Start Jan. 3, 10, 17.24, 1963.
nue. 13-4p
I Cove Springs Florida offer for ?
your own business now. We sale and sell at public outcry put it in their Tempest

For Sale Real EstateFOR FINE HOUSESIf train you to become an Avon I to the highest and best bidder LEGAL NOTICE I
Representative. Write Mrs. !
you have a lot we will build for cash the following described -
SALE House and lot. 3 your home on monthly payments Donna Burns P.O. Box 448 I real property situated NOTICE OF :NAMES OF

bedrooms 2 baths teraxzo either shell complete in Gainesville Fla. 17p :in Clay County, Florida to-wit: PERSONS APPEARING TO

floors at Pleasant Point. Call either frame of CBS-phone FOR SALE Singer Slant I The South half ((8H of the BE OWNERS OF

284-3962. 10-4p 264-689,. Orange Park Fla. Needle Sewing Machine. 3 North half (NH) of the ABANDONED PROPERTY

10-4p (Three) available. Makes but- North half (N) of the Pursuant to Section 13 of

HOUSE ON LARGE LOT for tonholes, sews on buttons over Southeast Quarter (SEU) of Chapter 717 Florida Statutes

) sale near schools nice neigh SITUATION WANTED pins, decorative stitches. Slightly the Northeast Quarter (NE entitled "Florida Disposition of They just did.i .

borhood. 2 bdrm. CB. Call 284- used. Monthly terms ar- U) of Section 26, Township Unclaimed Property Act" no-

9679. lOtfe RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTo ranged. $79. Write Credit Man 7 South. Range 26 East. less tice ,Is hereby given that the

take over Watkins Route in ager. Atlas Sewing Centers. road right of way previously persona listed below .appear to

Use Our Green Cove Springs. Good for 612 Laura St.. Jacksonville, Fla. conveyed to the Florida State be the owners of unclaimed

Will deliver. 17c Road Department.Said personal or intangible property: t
ClassifiedPage up to $65 weekly) to start. No .
.
sale Is pursuant to the presumed abandoned.
investment. Set your own hours. FOR SALE Finest selectionever Final Decree of Foreclosure en- Gerhardt Katherine P.O. Box

Permanent opportunity. Full or of New & Good Used au- in said 3
tered in a case pending 302, Green Cove Springs Fla.

For Quick part time. Write C. R. Ruble tomatic washers refrigerators Court, the style of which Is Information concerning the

Results Dept. J.1. P. O. Box Nt.. 2447. deep freezers dinette sets televisions ROBERT LEE FRYMAN and amount or description of the
sewing m ac h In e s. -
NANCY J. FRYMAN vs. AL- Property and the name and tI
Memphis 2, Tennessee. 10-2c Can,'. Trading Post. 17eP
BERT HODGES and MARGARET
I G. address of the holder may be

| M-H I 11111111 i ; ; ; ;-+,+{ M ; tIt i t m tIt i I111I1 t I I 1111 H I 11111I 1 11 HI I J I J Jill I 11I1I1I111 I R. HODGES husband obtained by any: persons possessing -

and wife. DAVE PADGETT and an interest in the prop-

| AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I IBW BETTY PADGETT, husband erty by addressing an inquiry t I

and wife. GENERAL ELEC- to Ray E. State tf _
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I a Corporation. and doned Property Division. Capitol t
FURNITUREAIR DRUGGISTS OFFICE
EQUIPMENT DONALD A. FULLERTON and Florida. Be
Tallahassee
Ws can take a hint. When people are as happy with something. Pontiac owners are with Wkfo-
BASE FURNITURE CO the Docket Number of which Is to
sure mention account number -
AMERICANOFFICE Track we're willing-nay, .., ?-to kt everybody else In on It. That's why Tempest has a
Fine Furniture EASTERLING PHARMACY SUPPLY CO. 3454. In Chancery. name and address, as published Wldt.Track of Its own this yoar. It's why you Itt to chtoto between llvtly 4 and a J2S.cu.1n.
Carpeting Appliance.Complete WITNESS hand and the in this notice. .
I Home my Unless ,V-I, tow Wo aim to pa.a.-.nd If wo do say so*woVo pretty accurat 'Optional at extra cost.
5933: Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner official seal of said Court this proof of ownership Is presentedto
Roosevelt Blvd.
Jacksonville EV 7-461 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists In 10th day of January. AiX. 1963. the holder by March 25, Now there are two kinds of Wide-Track cars Pontiac and Tempest
GEORGE L. CARLISLE 1963. the property will be delivered -
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equip- Clerk Circuit Court .
of the to the Administrator.Thereafter
I L SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER FOR A WIDE CHOICE OF WIDE-TRACKS AND G9W WB>CARS.TOO-
t. Pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries ment Of Clay County, Florida all further claims

Air Stream for Travel Complete Line of Greeting T. J. JENNINGS JB. must be directed to the Admin

Used Trailers-Bank Financial Attorney For Plaintiff istrator.
Cards Van Ness Buick-Pontiac Inc.
0017 Roosevelt Bl d. 2032 Blandlng BlTd.. P. O. Box 372 Ray E. GreenAs
I BUTTS MOBILE 2655-57 Park St. Jacksonville ,
HOMES INC Green Cove Springs. Florida .Administrator

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= RECORD LOSS ANNUAL INVITATIONAL Goodson Succeeds Clymore
I :/ ommemoratJons MEXICO SHOWS U.S.-
The economic loss on Florida BULL SALE Brantley O. Goodson, of Lake I

I SEVEN EX-PRESIDENTS highways soared to a record The Annual Invitational Bull City, has been named regional
Lights Morch.of Dimes 25th Year. $226,950.000 last year.
IN NATION'S SERVICEMexico Sale sponsored by the Florida manager for the Game and

__ .:i- The death and Injury score Angus Asso. at the Bartow Fresh Water Fish commission'
Throughout the nation stood at 1,335 dead and 64,974 second conservation district
this month, candles will be City- (SpecialExPresidents are honored as"elder Livestock Pavilion Bartow will
lit on*birthday cakes to statesmen" in the United States- but except at election time, no Injured as of January 8, but be held on Friday, Jan. 18, northeast Fiorida. He replaces
way has been found to use their unique experience systematically. there will be additions to the '
Charles who
symbolize the 25th anniversary Not so. in Mexico-whose use of the talents of seven living ex- 1963. There will be approxi- Clymore. resigned
of the March of Dimes t presidents may provide this country with an example worth studying- death total as the year wearson. I' mately 75 Bulls at this sale. Jan. I,

ft The cakes will range fromreal All seven ex-presidents of .
ones of conventional size Mexico are employed by the Government as the leader of the middle-of-
to monster, multi-tiered models in a wide variety of key the-road business men in the The number killed In 1962
as much as 12 feet in height jobs. In addition, the seven- of Revolutionary Institutions -
Party
of diverse political beliefs-a\.: outstripped the previous year
and 10' feet in diameter-the '
PRI) the ruling political
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approximate dimensions of the d a* an unofficial 'second cabinet organization in Mexico since the by 129 persons at an economicloss Special this Weekat
President Adolfo Lopez
one to be erected in New York to advise
City's famed ,Times Square Mateos on major policy. Revolution. Of $21,930,000.
Guests at anniversary events The men and their jobs are:
around the country where Roque Gonzalez Garcia, who I
cakes will be of more modest 4 became President in 1915.with A&P !
proportions, will be invited to I __ __ the aid of Pancho Villa, is Coordinator your
decorate them with, coins for of Public Works :for $50 REWARDFOR
the March of Dime ___ the State of Hidalgo.
> Emilio Portes Gil is Directorof
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Many "parties" commemorating ; 1 Gallon Jug
a quarter of a century of the National Insurance Commission .ANY INFORMATION LEADING TO THE
disease fighting will be held at x; He was President from RECOVERY OF THIS LOST MALE WALKER DOGAnswers
special treatment centers for 1928 to 1930.Pascual .
birth defects,arthritis and polio Ortiz Rubio ((1930- .BRIGHT SAIL BLEACH
which March of Dimes contributions k / 1932) represents the governmentin .
are financing today in ; ; the National Association of
more than 40 cities across the Mexican Engineers. 5
U.S. Other gatherings will be Abelardo Rodriguez ((1933- L I
held in county chapter officesof 1934) is Chairman of the Fishing ;:
The National foundation- 'y rrS Industry Council. 29?
March of Dimes, in the homesof r Adolfo Ruiz Cortines, "who .
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volunteers and elsewhere.In 'xA served a six-year term from 1952to .
many instances, guests at 1958 is on the National Dev- _
these campaign "kickoffs" will _
zv elopment Comission.
include governors or their Lazaro Cardenas ((1934-1940) I
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wives, mayors and outstanding Y 4J is now Executive Director of the Prices In this Ad are good through Saturday, Jan. 19.
authorities in health fields. : r Balsas River Development Com -_
Other guests will be Americansof mission.
Your dreams true with
all ages who received Marchof Miguel Aleman (1946-1952)( l come

polio Dimes epidemics aid during and outbreaks.and after .,.k heads the National Council on r A- fe PLAID STAMPS I

Also present will be children Tourism, a planning: and coordinating to the name of "BIG MAN IME CafAi AnLt.f tfA f W.VtNC
and adolescents with birth de- Jimmy Hoggets, 5, of Coy, Ark., the> 1963 National March of Dimes body established by- "
President Lopez Mat os, and directly Initials tattoed "JI.H.. in one ear and "Jim" in the other.
:fects or arthritis who have been Child,blows out candles on birthday cake symbolizing first 25 years 1
answerable him
to
treated at these March of of aid to the crippled by the health organization. only Color, : Black & BrownishRed.Lost rw t
Dimes centers. to buildup Mexico's tourist industry -

} To raise the millions required Child-who this year is Jimmy which is "Give for the Life of a already the nation's major between George's Lake and Penney Farms-
every year for patient aid and Boggess, 5, Coy Ark.-with Child," will be stressed in all export. Jan. 4, 1963. Any Information Please Call:
research in birth defects, ar- President Kennedy at the these special events, and the Aleman is still acknowledged 824-3516 St. Augustine, Collect 115 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs, Fla.
thritis and polio each March of White House and'with various story told of the first 25 yearsof
Dimes campaign is carefully Senator; and Congressmen and the organization. Highlightsof -- -- -
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planned many months ahead.There other dignitaries as well as that story are:
are millions of contribu- with personalities of the stage Patients aided, 338,000; expended .
tion envelopes and,coin collectors screen and television. for the medical care
to be distributed around Special events for the Marchof program $385,500,000; for scientific -
the nation; hundreds of thou- Dimes are staged in all the research, $73,600,000; STARTING TODAY
sands of posters to be erectedin big cities, many lesser ones and and for professional education .
every hamlet, town and city; in some small towns. These in- $38,000,000.Basil .
two million volunteers to be clude March of Dimes bowling O'Connor, president of -
organized for the Mothers' tournaments, with"roll-offs" to The National Foundation-i
March (the climax to the cam- select a national man or woman March of Dimes, referred in a : ". :
paign at the end of January), champion, fashion shows, auctions recent speech to the 25th anniversary !
and March of Dimes films to teleramas Coffee Days, of the health agency. >
exhibit to explain the work of Tag Days and street sales, "Most certainly we take pride
the voluntary health organiza- neighborhood bread sales, air- in our past 25 years, and we
tion.Arrangements lifts and a long list of sports rejoice. But deep down we FORD DEALER ANNUAL
must be completed activities. really think of that quarter ofa
for the visit in January The theme of this 25th Anniversary century as only the spring-
,of the National March of Dimes March of Dimes board for our future." I sNAP ,


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ALL PRICED TO MOVE APPETIZING SAVINGS FOR YOU IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES.


Charles T. Manhart, 17, of EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE HURRY IN NOW AND GET YOUR TEETH INTO A BARGAIN !

Rldgewood was named tint alternate Joseph N. G. Bolrln. years Clayton Mickel 17. son of

appointee to the U. S. old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis MaJ. and Mrs. W. J. Jlickel, Jr., '

Naval Academy. He is senior Boivin, of Green Cove, was of Magnolia Garden apart-
at Orange Park High School. named an alternate appointeeto I ments, Green Core, was namedan ,
the U. S. Air Force Academy.' alternate appointee to the, Swap for a Falcon and

s+w.awsr," In Boivin, now a freshman at Flo- U. S. Air Force Academy. lie is save! Choose from 15 I

rida State University, has two a student of the Bridgeton (N.' fun-loving '63 Falcon

scholarships at college. He was J.) High School where he lives' wagons, convertibles,
president of both the junior with his grandparents. His father -
and senior classes at Clay High has Just returned from,; and sedans, including
and captained its basketball duty in Korea and will shortly:: America's lowest- -
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team last year. be ordered to duty at the Army I priced 6-passenger '
Command School, Nor 10 I k.
sedan.
Young Mickel is a honor student -
and member of the tennis Based on a comparison of :
rt team. manufacturers'suggested retail i
prices for cars comparably' !

A equipped. J JI'I.
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Trade now for a hand- .

some new middleweight

y Fairlanel Big-

car advantages at

compact cost. Ninemodelsincluding
Steven M. Day 17. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Day of

Green Cove, was named an alternate f new middleweightwagons
appointee to the U. S. and hardtops. l

Naval Academy.;: He is a seniorat
Clay High where he is a
member of the Student Council Save on a big Ford! .

and business manager of the Enjoy Ford Galaxie's

school yearbook. Y new $10 Million Ridein

\\llllam R. Clausen 17, son a luxurious sedan, :

of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Clausen, hardtop, wagon, or
of Orange Park,was nominated
convertible all with
to the U. .S. Merchant Marine Michael A. Young. 17. son
Academy. ,He will now participate -t of Lt. and Mrs. Gerald Young, service-saving fea- I S

In competition with other,of Green Cove was named an turesl ________________ Q
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Florida Congressional nomineesfor I alternate appointee to the U. S_
eight cadet vacancies. He I Naval Academy.:: lie Is. a student "
Is a senior at the X. B. Forrest ;i at Columbian Military

High School in Westconnett Academy;: Washington.. He r.lUJ. I
where he Is president 'of the was graduated last June from
Forrest chapter of the National Clay High School where he

Forensic.. League of the student and parliamentarian coun-- and played served football on the and staff basketball of the t1:1; BE SMART..BUY. SMART P.S. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR !
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I elL I II I t:school yearbook. .

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Schlomer of Orange Park, was Steel company profits de-
an alternate appointee to the clined approximately 45 per ;
U. S. Air Force Academy.;: He cent between the second and
J. P. REVELS FORD COMPANY
Is an honor student at Orange third quarters of 1962. A ,59
Park High School where he has per cent drop occurred betweenthe
Leonard B. Schlomer., son won letters In basketball and third quarters of 1961 and

ofMr.. and Mnv-Thomu-E., football. 1962. . :, .' -. t i 601N: ; Orange Ave. : : : : Green.Cove Springs Ph..284-977S COK43511PAGE

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