The Clay County crescent
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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 24, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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150 Establish Committee\Of 1y

By PHIL STOUGH uled to be held at 8 o'clock on the Committee of 100. Mr.t County." representatives. We desire to return to Clay County begin to FJ3.C. was successful in bring- base,]

Clay County moved Into anew Friday Feb. 1, in the Green Scarbrough said the new or Answering questions about have every group In Clay organize a group that should ing more than 725 new indus- mak bbs because t

era Friday night.In Cove Junior High auditorium ganization's sole purpose has membership in the new Com- County In this important program be countywide. should unite all tries to the State of Florida In base ours. It is our h

opposite, the County courthouse been and win be to industrialize mittee of 100, Chairman Scar- ." he explained.The Interests and draw up a plan 1962. the S 'l acquire th
a Countywide meeting attended -
where last week's meet- the County. brough stated that Individualsmay minutes were read by C. to submit to GSA for acquiringthe Encouraged by these con- from G e ''
by more than 100 Coun-
ty leaders, the Committee of ing was also held. "New payrolls" he said "will become active membersby J. O'Connor secretary of The base." tacts, an advisory council com- In a pi or p,

25 voted unanimously to take While approximately 125 per- help our merchants; a shot-in- paying the $10.00 membership Committee of 25. The chairman The next development he reported posed of the mayors of each he said "WenJtUiei!! 'Clat the
associate sons attended last week's meeting the-arm to our economy" will fee. The organization, he reviewed past actions of was a visit to Tallahassee Clay County community and more members our Committeeof
Into a new
Committee of 100. many members were unable permit the expansion of all said will naturally have expenses the old Committee. In May by a committee composedof other County leaders formed 100 enrolls the more power-

to be present because of sorts of facilities we so badly i beginning with office 1962, he said a visit was madeto himself. T. J. Jennings. Jr.. the Committee of 25 to include ful and effective will be Its
Thus was Ignited the second the County 4-H meeting that need. i: rental secretary and other Washington during which George Davis and Ed Williams. representatives from each of voice. The: title of the new

stage of Clay's multistagerocket was held at the same time in "We are not in politics.' he ;'essentials in this type of organ- Pentagon officials were con- Governor Bryant referred the the 12 recognized communities organization does not limit Its

Operation Bootstrap a Doctors Inlet.C. responded to another question :ization. tacted to determine the statusof committee to the Florida De- in the county. The next step size to 100. Remember that

crash program whose primary W. Scarbrough chair- from the floor. "Our interest Is I Someone asked about local the Naval base. velopment Commission.Mr. was to ask Governor Bryant to Duval County's Committee of

purpose Is to attract Into any man of the Committee of 25, to help the entire county with civic and other groups belonging "We were told the base was Scarbrough reported that acquire the base for the Stateof 100 has 4.000 members. Also

and every corner of the County Issued an invitation to other no partiality for one commu- I to the new committee. under the jurisdiction of Gen- the chairman of the F.DC., Florida to save it from being the more members we have

new: Industry new payrolls progressive citizens of the nity over another.We will work is our hope that local groups eral Services Administration, Wendell Jarrard. and Otho sold at public auction. the more united our voice will

new Ideas. County to join the movement. Just as hard for every community from each of our Clay communities which handles disposal of surplus Bruce of its industrial division "We are at this point now" be, the more it will be listenedto

An organizational meeting of In a question-and-answer to bring greater prosper- will Join the Committeeof federal property. It was were very cooperative and en- he concluded. "We have had whether in TaP*Fee**- or
the,Committee of 100 Is sched period following creation ofIt ity and progress to all of Clay 100 by electing one or more recommended by GSA that we couraging. He added that the several inquiries about the in Wash1n-tr- "

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8-Acre Fleming Awards Go 72 County

i <..w Island TractAn

,. ,. ... Y."" ..- m a 8.26-acre plot of land on 4-H Members; Owens

1 Route 17 between Orange Park, ,

', and Green Cove will be offeredfor
; I
sale by sealed bids by Gen-

,{;.. eral Services Administration, it
\; was announced this week. ( Sandra Reese LaudedGladys

The plot, formerly known as

I 4 dx .. ". the Fleming Island fan marker
and beacon site is located three

p ; miles south of Orange Park. It Group Called Among .

Pos. '' < "f, '),1:,,' ...r3A .....':i'k", .' comprises a 600-foot square TillisRecommended New BudgetSkips
.' : :01', tract of level, grassed land and

; : is considered suitable for resi-
: State's Best AllroundClay
I ;. v dential or commercial purposes. Funds
! .
v'I Improvements include a 1-room
i e aayp concrete block structure and a County's 1200-member ter Billy Mclnarnay and Wal-
I ; small, wooden 1-room structure. As PostmasterCongressman 4-H Club is among the best ter Raleigh Jr. Dairy foods: For CanalThe

<: Sealed bids will be receivedby and biggest in the State Billy Lillian Knowles Susan Parker
-t the General Services Administration D. R. Matthews Lockhart. of St. Augustine, told and Janet Veselka. Dress revue national budget for 1064.

I .. :-,,: 7'' Business Service announced in Washington this members attending the second : Sue Drawdy Wanda Hollingsworth sent by President Kennedy last
+ annual Achievement Banquet and Betty Watklns. week to Congress allocates to
P Center Room 351, 1776 Peach- week that he has recommendedMiss
Friday night. Electric: Charles Murray. Sam- Florida a total of approximately -
tree Street Northwest Atlanta
: Gladys A. Tillis. who is
9, Ga. until 10:30 o'clock on Sam Mahoney and Theethis my Nelson Richard Price and $25 million for public works
I, the morning of Feb. 20 at presently serving as acting Doyle of Orange Park High John Stump. Entomology: Don projects but not a penny

which time and place they will Postmaster at Keystone 4-H club took top honors Bowles and Scott Smith. for the Cross-Florida Barge

s be publicly opened and read. Heights, be given a noncompetitive among 72 who received awards Foods: Marlene Foy. Christie Canal which the President has
Thomas Joseph Jennings, Jr., dean of son of the late T. J. Jennings, school teacher I '
examination for promotion for outstanding 4-H work.Both Peppard and Jackie Walton. promised to see through.
t the Clay County bar last week was named timber and cattleman. He Is a nephew of the The property is restricted
; within the postal serviceto are seniors at the high school. Forestry: John Bonvillian and Budgeted funds for construction -
County Attorney a position he held from 1938 late Governor William Sherman Jennings. against use for aviation. pur-
> -- the permanent 'position of Young Mahoney who is secre- Rita Williamson. Garden: Lily purposes include: Central
to 1949. A native Walnut run HL. hels the poses.
; Forms on which bids must Postmaster.Mr. tary of the County 4-H council Jean Sohm Lawton Taylor and Southern Florida Flood

be made terms and conditions Matthews stated Miss placed second and third respectively Brian Wells and Patricia Wells. Control Project. $14,000.000;

\ ... of sale which include deferred Tills has given many years of in the State in vegetable Health: Brenda Arrants and Intracoastal Waterway Jack
I' payments for purchaser obtain- distinguished service in the and land Judging. Miss Stacy Boone. Home economics: I sonville to Miami $2.085,060
u Fs Doyle who is president of the Jean Halligan. Carol Spearmanand Canaveral Harbor
ing credit approval and addi- postal system and he knew she $1,500,000;
girls' 4-H council and presidentof Janice Taylor. Home Improvement Miami
tional Information are availa- and the staff of the Keystone Harbor. $1,500,000; Intracoastal
( ble from the Atlanta Regional Heights Post Office would con- her 4-H club at Orange : Wanda Baggett Waterway Caloosa-

ti Office of the General Services tinue their fine work for the Park High was honored for Beverly Ingle. Marsha Jones hatchee River to Anclote River.
: Ltr. Administration. people of the community and her leadership clothing, cook- and Nancy Novak. Leadership; $950.000; Port Everglades Har
surrounding area. ing home Improvement live- Carroll Baker Theethis Doyle. bor. $575.000; Apalachicola

Y t 3 x,'f',_ The Congressman pointed out stock and poultry. Each of Richard Koza and Eddie Tay- River channel improvements

Committee To that the appointment of Miss them received a trophy and a lor. Livestock: Alene Prevatt. $500.000; and Bakers Haulover

Tills would make possible the $50 bond the latter donated by Poultry: Billy Christmas Lan- Inlet 204000. Foremost among
Walter Odum.Presentations.at. ny: Hutchinson Rhonda Lowe
recommendations for survey
promotion of other employeesof
BAs, t i i Improve Schools the Keystone Heights Post the banquet and John McCall. Safety: Craig funds are: Everglades National
; # .r As Office. held in the Doctors Inlet Civic McGuire, Kathy Robinson and Park. $75.000 (navigation Improvements

Meets In G C S Center were made by John David Wainwright. Swine: ); Intracoastal Waterway -
IkE McKinley and Archie Padgettwho Harold H11L Tractor: Merrill St. Marks River to
The Clay County Committeeto FOUR OP NAVY MEN\ head the Jaycees in Green West. Achievement: Jimmy Tampa Bay $60.000 (naviga-

Improve Our Schools consid- RESCUED FROM: OCEAN' Cove and Orange Park. Booth Gail King. Sam Ma- tion improvements), and Mar-

ered problems of curriculumand AFTER DITCHING PLANE In another address to the honey and Ruth Maxwell. tin County $40.000 (flood con-

consolidation at a meetingIn large gathering Gordon White trol); Econlockhatehee River
Green Cove on Monday. Four Orange Park men were assistant 4-H specialist of TROOPER TO COLONEL $20,000 (flood control); andEscambia

James Lytle of Orange Park among 10 Navy men who were Gainesville paid high tributeto State Trooper M. L. Crawford River. $20.000 (navi-

I Irt chairman of the Committee hauled out of the Atlantic George Owens assistant Jr., of Green Cove has gation improvement). Additionally -

presided at the meeting. A report Ocean by helicopters Monday county agent and Sandra been commissioned Kentucky nearly $3.1 million is recommended -
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; was given by Mrs. Jack afternoon after ditching their Reese assistant county home Colonel an honorary commis- for the annual oper-
Quaritius of Orange Park headof disabled P2V Neptune patrol demonstration agent who are sion of the state of Kentucky.This ation and maintenance of FlorIda -
the curriculum committee, bomber. None of them was In- in charge of the County's 4-H commission was given him flood control and water-
and the group also discussed jured.Lt. program. by the secretary of the state of ways projects.

; 4 4S consolidation which Is being D. L. Krauss, Lt. (J.g.) Agriculture: Jimmy Farley Kentucky through the governor -
S E Y Joseph A. Dressier. Aviation Henry H. Carter for serv-
( studied by a committee headedby Fitch. Jr.. Charles Wise
Electronics Technician second ices rendered at the National Named
rm Dr. John Malone of Green and Gary Wise. Beautification Beasley
Cove Springs.A class James W. Scrivner. and of home grounds: Gail Baker. Governors Convention held in
Airman Patrick J. Orieshop all Joan Crawford !.fiamiln 1962. Trooper Craw-
Marcus Frisbee of
finance committee to study Manager CoopsM.
I lof
Orange Park were aboard Larry Peppard Frank Sal- ford was assigned on special
the school budget is being reactivated -
the 2-engine bomber when the ,' detail at that time.
1 von --- --
under the chairman- I Beastey of Keystone
port engine caught fire as the
' No stranger to the County courthouse. careful and scholarly lawyer in his office anda ship of William Baker of Keystone production: David Bostlck Heights has been elected manager -
plane was flying 1,000 feet Glen Ryan Jr. Mike Murrhes BROOM QUALIFIES IN\ OP
"The Judge" served as County Judge from 1933 master of legal rhetoric and strategy In a Heights. The transportation of all UK Electric Coopsin
over the water. and Max Wilson. Child devel- Harley H. Broom qualified
in courtroom. His In led by R. P. Florida. His temporary offices -
until 1949; as County Prosecuting Attorney argument some years aro. a committee
tj 1131 and 1932 and for more than a decade in case Involving the right to tax munielpally- Spearman of Green Cove reported Three tugs a Coast Guard opment: Loretta Hicks Linda yesterday as a candidate for will be in the Clay Electric -
cutter and two helicopters were Odum. Dolores Reams and the Orange Park City Commis-
the position to which he has just been elected. owned public utility installations is still regarded that it has not com- Building in Keystone.
dispatched to rescue the men Annette Williams. sioners. The two Incumbents.
He Is a member of the State Democratic Executive as a model rf leral scholarship and pleted its study. Mr. Beasley is a native Fferl-
who had put on life Clothing Suzette Herbert Morris and Charles
preserversand : Dupree. dian. He born and
Committee and a commissioner of the strategy; and proof of that lies In the fact the The Committee voted to request was brought
abandoned the plane before Mary Poppell and Jeri Sue DuPont. and Frank W. Brown.
up in Mayo Lafayette County.He .
Cross Florida Navigation district. Educated at Yale Law School used his arguments as the the Board of Public Instruction -
it sank. Scruggs. Dairy: Lancas4H Jr.. have already qualified.
Larry attended Tampa Business
Stetson Academy and Stetson and Columbia basis of a moot triaL to give them com-
? universities. Mr. Jennings Is regarded as a plete copies of the minutes of College and was graduated
from Stetson University witha
f its meetings. The next meet- Achievement Banquet
degree In bmtoegg admts
.4 ter, ing will be at 8 o'clock on Mon- s-
tft tratlon.He .
: day evening. Feb. 18. In the
is married to the former
County Commissioners officeIn -,
rtJc Edna Williams of Waldo. Thad
the County
-. ... -. have a 14 year old daughter
ft j11:1 Marian.A .

s FUNDS NEEDED resident of Keystone steee

FOR RECTORYThe 1948, Mr. Beasley completed
f eight terms as Mayor of Key-
r t campaign to raise stone last year and has served

I funds for a rectory for St. 'tf f 4-0< one year on the ooundI.

4L Annes Episcopal Church.

Keystone. Is moving ahead 1 .
4I according to Richard Mur- I f VETERANS SERVICE
rhee. campaign chairman. A' RET. HERE FEB. 5

rp __ However. fund-raisers are -..,_ Joe Crawford, state representative
approximately $1.000 short from the Veterans
of the amount necessary to Service Office will be ia the

I start construction on the At the head table at the Clay County Home Demonstration Agent, Sandra Reese Assistant office of James T. Norton,

-E ;iii iiLkJPhotos building.Mr. Council of 4-H clubs are. L to r.. seated: from Home Demonstration Agent, and County Service Officer. Jennings -
Murrhee has issued a
the girls club. Rhonda Lowe vice president: George Owens. Assistant County Arent. Miss Building. Green Cove

i by: Gene KornJudge plea contribute that everyone to the wishingto fund Doyle president; from the boys club Jim Doyle and Sam Mahoney were awarded trophies 5.Springs from 1 Florida until 4 on o'clock.February AH

Jennings is married to the former lawyer who In his later years Snored to Clay should do so before the Feb. Booth president Ronald Scott vice president and a $50.00 Savings bond as the .outstanding veterans desiring to see Mr.

,Marie Wade a native of Orange Park and a County and represented the County In the 1 deadline. and Sam Mahoney secretary Standing are E. 4-H boy and girl of 1962. Crawford may do so at" this

.daughter of the late L.E. Wade, a Jacksonville State Legislature for a number of years. D. MeCalL, County Agent; Margaret Nelson tune.py .

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u 1'1 (Stay (Qfounf t| drcsccnt THURSDAY JANUARY 24, 196JErescent

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>, JUaV! (!Iiittntj( ( otIikIcrby Smilin est Contest Smile Be Happy. if s '63 I

t "! hold the rn T
than to private affaIrs; that honesty is always the I "We do not say that a man I II Cove Mayor Allie T. Ivey and -_ eri.Y; ,axi.

"best policy." who takes no interest in politics Commissioner Marlin Harris

,,::: GEORGE WASHINGTON I minds his own business.We and in Orange Pare Commissioners ,
say he has no business here Herbert Morris and C.
I at all"" L. DuPont will stand for re-

100 Plus 4-H These words of Pericles the ection with some opposition.The .
who one sure way of getting
great Athenian statesman
f voter interest is in the issuesof 0t
might be called the WesternWorld's
Two meetings held last Friday night are bright augurs of any election. The eligible
p first democrat may
the County's future. voter who says. "So what?"
L The meeting in Doctors Inlet of the County 4-H clubs rated well be pondered by the citiZensof when reminded of an election
.. Clay County In the coming
to the'
tops in quality AND quantity was heartening has a point if there is no discussion -
unity of the County's youngsters to their willingness to work weeks. of public issues. He
together and to compete openly; and perhaps more importantly For if we accept this dictum can be defended when in truth l
to applaud a competitor who has turned in that those who do not interest :
than anything else the election is "cut and dried.
manifestations of our comins-of-age.: themselves in politics have no i. .
superior work. For these Are there issues in these elec-
t credit must go to the County's schools and especially to George business here at all there will tions coming up that need to

Owens and Sandra Reese who have guided this strong fortress of be a sight more Interest in the be discussed by the candidates? 'A .
j elections
upcoming municipal 8r
our future into 1963. Indeed there are.
t. The other meeting more important to our immediate in Orange Park and Green In Orange Park what about
prospects and destiny was a turn-out of more than 125 persons Cove than present voter-regis- better zoning laws to assure an
t of the County which formed the Committee tration would now seem to in-
from every corner orderly growth in this booming
4 : of 100. We have arrived at a new era for Clay County. dicate.I Clay community? What about ,

For the members of the Committee of 100 numberingfar recall very well back in the taxation and the consideration ., '\I. '1,. ...-,: ,". ",
their hearty and enthusiastic assent Ice Age when I was a college .' a
more than 100 gave !, of fairer tax rates that : .....{ ._-: ................ ...,,",......- ,. j
on Friday night to the ancient maxim that where people are student, we had a house mother will keep pace with city

united they move ahead; where they are divided they fall upon at the Beta House who gaveus growth? Sarah ,...wts.. A'5f''rrurY .t Mnnshavrn. Orange Park. Mrs. Evelyn Scales wife of the owner of Scales Red A
'. misfortune.Our barely edible food and minded In Green Cove Springs there White Grocery. Keystone.
youngsters in the 4-H clubs have proved they can work everyone's business. From are issues concerning civic improvement -

; together toward a common goal. The celebrity of George Owens September until May every one again taxation lower -
I and Sandra Reese will lie in their ability to sp instill into these of us. man for man. sat around electricity rates the attraction }

youths the ideas of free discussion open competition and team- grousing about this deplorable of industry to the Naval e1I.ai

work that it becomes to each of them something akin to an condition. When May came and Base to the hosiery mill and t
instinct. I t was time to name a house other locations. Will our merchants -

mother for the coming year I continue to have lean
we voted year after year to re- pickings and suffer closings for
County Shriners MeetW. hire her as if she were the only! lack of sufficient payrolls and
woman on earth who could or buying?
consumer .+ '
would impinge upon our privacy What kind of a citizen are

and serve us miserable food. In you? How democratic are Clay .
short, we were gluttons for elections? The answer dependson IF.,{ 4

punishment.The you. Be sure to register to t kk
registration of eligible vote while the books are still ;

1 w' F voters for the upcoming election open. Be sure to vote. Talk up 1T\f x ; s r
6 in Orange Park of two city the election issues exchanging '

l ( commissioners on February; 5 views and arguments with your 4- : ,,
is already closed. Estimates are fellow citizens urging them to j\S- '\0'.J' '
i t that less than half of those vote their convictions for the -. -- <.. .
pr\ '" A
e t i eligible to vote have registered.In future progress of two of our :, ..
f I Green Cove registration fine county municipalities. \ 1 .' R 1 a

: L r__ books for the March 5 electionof Orange Park and Green Cove \:4i':

two city commissioners will Springs.If _

close February 22. The best for r :.. .,\ ....
on we are gluttons pun- '- ... ,: ;....i ,
<. ;fA .
I guess in this instance is that ishment we will sit on the side- ..OIwn.V: a..M. _._.._..M..r........_ a.-NOk..

something like 40 per cent of lines and let the two contests ...
A sp the eligible voters are not yet pass without issues without Mrs. Hugh Smith wife of the owner of Spring Motors Mary Knox a clerk at Orange Park Pharmacy.

registered.We broad public action to ask questions Green Cove.
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,4+ may be thankful that In and then act on the basisof -" '
both contests the Incumbentswill the answers.It :# -- -. .. I / .-' ,
J1p : 1 f"'
face opponents. In Green is not important how com- ( .- ->;__
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petent the incumbents are. It
is not really important how _
D. L. Matthews'Wash. _
dedicated they are. The import- .,
l ant point is this: what do they
W. Bowen of Orange Park was installed as presidentof r=
ReportOur believe in what do they propose -
the Clay County Shrine Club at ceremonies at the Masonic .
to do about pressing problems -
Temple In Keystone on Saturday night. He is shown above 1.,
Gainesville office will in their communities .
with Joseph II. Riggs of Jacksonville Potentate of Morocco
have my Special Assistant and will they act on campaign II
; Temple cutting the club's (first) birthday cake. At the rightis _
James Quincey of Trenton promises once they are elected.
Ralph C. Crawford of Keystone outgoing president. :
working on a part-time basis The week before each of -
while winding up his legal these two elections THE CRES- i fYr .

n studies at the University of CENT will invite all qualified i t. s I
Florida; and the office will ben candidates to write down for .
charge of Miss Edith Pitts, publication in this paper the j jN4
who was my Administrative issues as he sees them and his }y. + a

Assistant in Washington before own position as to solutions.We .
returning to Gainesville. Office do not say that a man
r. t hours in the District Office in who takes no interest in politics a t,
the Federal: Building in Gaines- minds his own business.We x

ville will be from 10 am. to 2 say he has no business here

pjn. on weekdays and the tele- at all. si'i' 1< .M
phone number is Franklin

$ The Washington office will
be staffed by Don Ladd of San Mrs. Jerry Frisbee, cashier at Joe Huntley's Supermar- Kathy Butler 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.

Mateo. Administrative Assist- ket Middleburg. D. Butler, Green Cove

ant; Miss: Bobbie Hood of I
Gainesville my Personal Sec
retary; Tom Ladd of San Mateo Mrs. Gordon Sandridge
Staff Assistant: and Mrs chairman of the March of
Mercedes Milton of Macclennj Dimes for Clay County has
Potentate Riggs swears In new officers of the club. They and Miss Katherine Knadle oi named the following committeeto

are L to r.: Mr. Riggs F. "0. Schroeder, of Keystone second Gainesville Secretaries Mj serve in the various communities -
vice president; Mr. Bowen president; and F. O. Snyder of Washington office address Is in the County: Green

Orange Park secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Riggs is seated at 1320 Longworth (New House) Cove Springs. Mrs. Hervey Robinson r .,

the far right. Not present was Frank Rawls. of Green Cove Office Building and the telephone Mrs. James C. Damron; .
the new first vice president. number is Capitol 4-3121, Orange Park Mrs. Jack Wat-

Extension 3026. If you desire to !, son. Mrs. Jack Hendry. Mrs. j
a z'r x sat.
receive this Newsletter please George Perlick Mrs. Kenna

rG drop us a note.I Clark; Mrs. W. J. Christmas 7 f ,
fa f M
Mrs. Hilding Peterson Doctors
-+S have been a Member of the Inlet;; Mrs. James McDonald. \

House Committee on Agriculture Middleburg; Mrs. Jack Wilkinson ---..reh

r. for eight years. This yearI Clay Hill; Mrs. Raymond r t

,ft have reached the Number 11 Brummitt. Penney Farms; and
position out of 21 Democratic Mrs. Thomas E. Gamar. Jr.
members. I feel that I should Keystone Heights. ; )

9 keep my membership on this School cards have been
important Committee becauseof I placed in all the elementary

my seniority and because schools in the County. Coin collectors

Agriculture Is such an important have been placed in
industry in our District stores and other places of busI-
and throughout all of Florida. ness. Mailers have gone out. I

L"The I shall continue to do my utmost On Saturday the Orange Mrs. Richard Header wife of the owner of Beseler Motors Sally Sink a secretary at the Clay Electric Co-oP. KeystoneMrs.

to serve the best Interestsof Park TAP (Teen Age Program) Green Cove.0J' i
our people and the whole will sponsor a road block on

State on this Committee as- Kingsley Avenue at Highway

signment.One 17.It
is urged that everyone

of the first bills that I.. contribute "for the life of a
Nall Edition" of TilE CRESCENT is exhibited by have introduced would set up a' child" through one or more of 1 1Y

Mr. Riggs to the more than 80 persons attending the meeting. system of Supply Depots to these projects.
lUre Nail was featured on the front pace as last week's CountyLe1der store food and other critical The Mothers March on
only a few days after his election as a member of the items in the event of a na- Dimes will be on the eveningof

4v elective divan of Morocco Temple. tional emergency. The recent January 31 from 7 to 9 pjn. 1
Cuban 'crisis emphasized the In some areas it will be during

r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY importance of this biH. the daylight hours.

BYCRESCENT Another bill of mine proposes a _
ooa. : raising the amount of personal FLORIDA SALES UP; t"a
PRESS. INC. income tax exemption of a tax- Gross sales In Florida during

S Green Cove Springs Florida payer from $600 to $700. I introduced the first six months of the cur- _

Phone. 284-3166 another bill of im- rent fiscal year totaled $7.3 R 1I

portance to Agriculture which billion an increase of $500 mil- .
NATIONAL EDITORIAL would provide for the lease and lion over the same period last I_

transfer of tobacco acreage al- year. Ray E. Green. State _
e' U: : t lotments.In the tobacco Over 22.000 belt including fanners week.Comptroller reported this ___

over 2.000 in Florida. took ad- Mr. Green reported that

DUNCAN GRONER .............................. President vantage of this legislation last sales tax collections for theme 9 iy3a
year and without new legislation period increased $5.7
Entered as second Class Matter. July 15. It.%. at the Post Office. and million or approximately 7 per
Green Cove Springs. Florida under the Act of March 3. 1897. the authority to
Second Class postage paid at Greea COT Sprlacs. Fla. transfer tobacco acreage allot- cent. Businesses in nine classifications Alene McEIvain, of Jacksonville a patient at Clay
will not continue after accounted for 69.5 per by lag
ments Ffeete
!SCBSCRIPTION HATEStoe Park Memorial Hospital. Green Cove.
Zefcler. a teller at the Bank of Orange
f Year-in advance ...... ; ............."... M-00 this year. cent of the pin. ,
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Blue Devils Win I CHICKEN DINNER TO BE IAT dinner. Mrs. C Holt Foster
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Social Notes
Clay CountyServicemen JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL I I tickets; Mrs Harmon Chesser.

One publicity and Mrs. Joe Cooper
Two Lose
; A chicken pilau dinner will
I :Mrs. Ralph Milberger and I for a two ""eetsisit with Mr. i I finance chairman.The .
be held at the Junior High
I Miss Bonnie Dean Baker at- and Mrs. A. H. Bell. By BEN SCARBOROUGH purpose of this dinneris
'... School on February 2 from 5''I
nded the Men's Garden Club The Clay High Blue Devils to raise funds to landscapethe
to 8 pm. by the Hibiscus Circle -
I 'Camellia Show at the Civic i I Ralph A. Jones is in Ward played three games this past barren grounds of the Clay
h of the Green Cove Springs
y uditorium in Jacksonville on I A-6 at USN Hospital. Jacksonville week. They won two of these Garden Club. Tickets are now High School a project which

Saturday afternoon. In the' from a back injury incurred the first with St. Augustine. the Circle has undertaken.
on at $1.10 for adults and
oening they attended the reception while on duty at the 73-56 and the second with :
60c for children.
and banquet honoring Dispensary there. Starlce. 61-49. They lost to Pa- .
j t Jtlie Ambassadors of the Florida latka 6257.In Mrs. J. W. Cameron presl-I
dent has named the I CLAY THEATRE
Chain of Missionary Assem- Mrs. Phillips the St. Augustine game I
Visiting Gladys committee: Mrs. Vera Gravely.
lies held in the Signal Terice Bob and Tommy Clark
I is a cousin Mr. Harry Phil- Bradley I Mrs Jamie Carnthrn. Mcr
Room of the Atlantic I I were the high point scorers I
'ips of Atlanta Ga. Mon. thru Fri. one show only
Coast Line Building. a; with 22 and 20 points consecu- ,
tively. For the Yellow Jackets ,! Box office open 1:13 p.m.

1 I On Sunday afternoon the Mr. H. Weigand returned Gordon Batsel scored 10 and CHURCH Feature Begins 7:45 pan.
home Monday from the Clay
Allowing young people attended Memorial Hospital. Bob Slater 13. In the Starke i / Vermont Ave. Sat.-Sim 2 pan. continuous
it almost the Green Core Springs I
the Youth Rally at St. game was same :

John's Cathedral and the First with Bob Bradley scoring 22. &
I Wed. Thurs.-Jan. 23 24I
.Methodist Church in Jackson- JOINT MEETING OF Bill Kenny 13. and Tommy You have a
rjhlle* Lora Lee Hutton. Bruce GARDEN CLUBS Clark. 11. Chuck Moore and Special Invitation I

Ann Meldrum and Christel A1fen John Williams were high pointers to attend Susan Hayward

;! and Thomas Milberger. The The joint meeting of Circlesof for the Tornadoes scoring Church and Sunday School I'

were the missionaries the Green Cove Springs 14 and 11 consecutively. Now in Fri. Sat.-Jan. 25 &. 2t
Garden Club was held at the I
.9f the Florida Chain of Missionary the game we lost. Danny Par- Sunday School 9.45: ..m. GUNS OF DARKNESS
Assemblies and over home of Mrs. J. E. Carswell: ker scored 18. Jay Goolsby 14, Howerton-Scott Nuptials Announced I Preaching 11:00 a.m. Leslie Caron

-oo young people were in at- Thursday. Jan. 17. at 7:30 and Henry Meaders 10. Even Sunday Nile Serv. .:00 p.m. WHITE SLAVE SHIP

tendance. o'clock. Hostesses with Mrs. then we didn't do very badly. 9th Wedding Is PlannedMr. I Prayer M Thurs. 7:30 p.m. Pier Angeli
-TI Carswell were Mrs. J. W. Fullerton For Palatka's Maroons Bob

Miss Bonnie Dean Baker. amazing 31 Pastor Rev. J. C. Maynor
Mr. and Mrs. T E. Reynolds Stevens an and Mrs. Luther Allen High School graduating in
Mrs. J. W. Cameron and the team to its Phone--EV ago Sun., Mon. A Taes.
Fla. points pace 1962 from Matoaka High '
ftre here from :panacea. Howerton of Matoaka-- West
Mrs. Elva Lee. victory. John Brock was the Jan. 27. 28 A 29
Virginia announce the engage- School. While attending schoolin
f Mrs. C. R. William club only other man on the team to 1IANCHURIANCA.nIDATE
Army Pvt. Robert K. Al- ment of their daughter. Betty Green Cove Miss Howerton
called the meetingto into the double figures with CHURCH NOTICE
president get
made her home with her sts-
mand. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Lou. to Sergeant Thomas Rob-
PHOTOS BY KOZA order and introduced Mrs.A. 13.The ert Scott son of Mr. and Mrs. ter-Mrs. Marie Thompson. Sgt. Frank Sinatra
D. Duck Birds and Conser- P. Almand. of Orange Park recently "B" team marked up .
Robert E. Scott of Green Cove Scott is a 1959 graduate of Clay. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
The Hilltop Photo Studio vation chairman;who arrangedthe completed eight weeks. one win and two losses this Springs. High School At the present SOCIETY Wed Thursv- Jan. 30. Jl

program. She showed a of advanced infantry trainingat week beating Starke and los time he is in the United States
Miss attended Clay A PARRISII
Howerton Cor. E. Houston St.
We will cover your colored film on "How to Recognize :- ing to St. Augustine and Palat-
Fort Gordon Ga. He entered Army serving with the 101st N. Magnolia Ave Troy Donahue
Photographic needs for the Birds" and then introduced ka. In the Starke game Dickie Airborne Division at Fort
the Army last August and
Portraits Weddings Church as the speaker A. E. completed basic training at the Harris came through on a driveto Girl Scout News Campbell. Kentucky.The GREEN FLORID COVE SPRINGS

Social and Fraternal Maxwell of Green Cove Springs. fort. The 20-year-old soldier win the game for the Devils wedding will take placeon COMING ATTRACI'lONSzGirls.

And All Other OccasionsFor Mr. Maxwell gave a very interesting attended Clay County High with a two pointer just as the Plans were made for all Saturday afternoon Feb- Services held Sundayat Girls. Girls Feb. 1-6

and instructive talk School. buzzer rang. Bob Elchorn, Guy Green Cove Girl Scout troopsto ruary 9, at 4:00 o'clock in the 11 a.m. No Man Is An Island -

Appointment Call on birds telling of their habits Jones and Robert Sweat were attend District V "Think First Methodist Church of Subject: TRUTH Feb. 7 I

migration where the different the high scorers in the games. Green Cove Springs with a reception -
GENE KOZA Army Pvt. Edward J. McGuf- ing Day" Saturday Feb 23. Jan. 27. 1963A Lady and The Tramp
kinds can be found; also he Two games are on tap following in the church
fin son of Mr. and Mrs.Joseph: This annual event will take also
week. The,Devils will play
told of the many kinds that next social hall. All friends of the cordial invitation II extended
2849268GREEN .M. Waters of Green Cove was Fletcher Tuesday and P. K. place in the colorful Ravine ours Almost Angels Feb. 14, 15.11Yoiftt
have become extinct from being young couple are Invited to to attend services. I
killed by hunters. All of assigned to Company A of the Yonge Friday. The Devils have Gardens in Palatka this year. attend. I

COVE SPRINGS this was given from his own 5th Infantry at Fort Riley come alive in their shooting in Mrs. Mervin Rawley's Brownie r

study and observation. Kan., Jan. 9. He entered the the past three games, so come troop No. 59 have studied

I Army in August 1962. and On out and see some good the flag ceremony and are pre-
I r completed basic combat train- basketball and support the paring to make "sit'-upons for make the wisest c/voice

ing at Fort Gordon. The 17- team. the coming camp season. Mrs.

I" XI-SI AL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY year-old soldier attended Clay> Richard Crockett's Brownie matter which Chevrolet choose!'
County High School. .... Troop No. 368 made some use you .
Yielding higher than average. New Home built 1962. CIRCLE MEETS ful containers: for Clay Memo- I

Original cost 7000.00 reduced to $8.200.00 for quick Thomas; L. Adams airman The Bertha 'MaGuire Circleof t rial Hospital for their Civic These four different cars are alike in one expect only in costly cars. Chevy II features
apprentice. USN son of Mr project. They are also mak.1ng"sttupons"
important Each is a product of parkable size perky performance
sale. For particulars call WSCS met at the home of way.
S and Mrs. Ernest A. Adams o!f for hikes and
Mrs. R. L. Kledzik last weekS Chevrolet Division of General Motors. and outstanding fuel economy. CorvairSo
MR. GOODWIN I'lioue3106 Doctors Inlet is serving aboard camping season. These new"situpons"
carrier Tuesday.Mrs. will be completedin each will give you more performance gives you rear engine maneuverability
the Charles Bayer presidedat beauty,comfort and good news at tradeand sports car flair. The new Corvette
Franklin D. Roosevelt currently time to use at our outing in
FLORIDA STATE WIDE REALTY serving with the Sixth Fleet the meeting. The program Palatka next month. in. But each is tailored to a certain kind Sting Ray can best be described as -

1513 San Marco Blvd. .EX 8-8836 Jacksonville in the Mediterranean as pan was in charge of Mrs. Gene Mrs. Ralph Jones neighbor- of Buyer.) Our big Chevrolet dramatic. With a choice of 33
Zimmerman. A film on World has the Jet-smooth ride, models, there's one Chevrolet
.. of an aircraft carrier strikingforce. hood chairman announced the
i Wide Friends which was the deactivation of Mrs. Coleman luxury and styling you'd that will suit you beet. -
story of the federation of
Keeps Going GrttlShctcn
t, Hawk's intermediate troop No. .
Methodist women in 47 units .

.is time to order Girl Scout
APPOINTS OFFICERS Those present were Mes-
The Hoover LARK dames Guy Compton. Elwood cookies again this month, to
Linda Cooper. worthy advi be delivered in March by intermediate -
Johnson. H e r vie Robinson.
cleaner that cleans of the Order of Rainbowfor No. 121.
) The brand new, featherlight sor I Gother Martin and W. L. Strip- troop

your floors and your stairs, too! Girls No. 77 has appointedthe : ling. Former Girl Scouts are askedto
following officers: Cynthia donate any uniforms Girl

drill leader; Kitty Harris love;; HOSPITAL GETS urgently needed to outfit

Janet Spearman religion; Jo- ARBOR DAY TREE all troops in this area. Anyone

ABC TV SERVICE anne Swanson. nature; Diann The G.C.S. Junior Woman's wishing to sell or donate any
Turner immortality; ,Sharric: Club planted a crepe myrtle items are asked to call Mrs.

Authorized dealer of Hoover Appliances Barrie fidelity; Janice Eschuk,,, tree on the hospital grounds on Jones, 284-3924; Mrs. Crockett

Phone 2S4-63S1 patriotism: Melba Bryan sere Jan. 18, which was Arbor Day.R. 284-9778. or Mrs. Rawley.. 284-

1500 Idlewild Ave. Green Cove Sprints ice; Joanne Ann Hams, confidential L. Kledzik. hospital administrator 3353.
observer; Wendy Jensen accepted the tree.

outer observer; Pat Bryan, Ground was broken by club

musician; Joy Perlman. choir president Mrs. Jack Saam. and BIRTIIS AT CLAY

director. each member present took her MEMORIAL HOSPITALBorn

Hear programs of Miss Cooper has also named turn at digging. The tree was to Dr. and Mrs. W. A.

PINE the following as heads of vari planted in honor of Mary Mulford, Jan. 19. a son. Mat-
/ ous committees: Dorothy Ann Frances Hall immediate past :thew Everett weight 6 Ibs. 12**

Blackmon. ways and means; president of the Gen. Federation oz.
Ann social of Women's Clubs. [
Pigue ; Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard -" EuILII[
Carol Ann refreshments
Spearman -
Brown Jan. 18, a son,' _
; Ana Loftin paraphana- From January 1959. through Thomas Brown weight 8 Ibs..
MUSIC lia; Cynthia Harris decoration August, 196:!. one out of every, 7'i oz. 1

; Kitty Harris registra- 19 tons of finished steel pro-

i -..* DAILYON tion; Brenda Tyre publicity; ducts used in the U. S. was im
Judith LeClaire transporta ported. Ten years earlier the I COMPLETE

tion. figure was one out of 57 tons.


Two ;New Cubscouts 1 A-

WA YR-550 ,
.< .. t Cleanouts }

a f e Repairs I I

b InstallationsORANGE


.r .il. FISHERMAN 264-6171

i Ar 284-3860

If you make your living by fishing I 969-1952' STARKE I

t Reduce Expenses I
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Large Redworms "Wholesale : Jacksonville \ ,
SP :-3.513 $
((1000 or more)
&p; to bottom,,, 63 Chevy II Nora 400 Station Wagon, Chtrrolet Impaia Sport Sedan,
I rsatsrr+ Corretle Sting Ray Sport Coupe and Concur Monza Club Coup


Box 110

Everett Road )lIddleb rr. Fla. See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's.

: On January 15 two new cubs were sworn into Pack No. Free Estimates
For more information:'" 121 and are shown above as they received their Bobcat pins

from Scoutmaster Andy Foy. They are Donald :Moor left and AMASON'S ROBERTS CHEVROLETl

t Name: -............?..?......?_...._..._....___ David Koza. rijht. Standing behind their sons are Mrs. Donald ,
r Moor and 3Irs- Gene Koza.
Address: ........ .. ............ ....'/" .................................-.-- received Complete Septic Tank
f I I her one Mrs.year.Marie service Thompson pin. den mother Photo recently by Koza) Service l! and Park Phone 234-3033 Green Cove Spring

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COOKIES COOKIES M He & MISS O. P. HIGH Social NotesNew State Bank No. ..,*

The Girl Scouts of Orange EventsOf REPORT OF CO ITION OF THE BANK. OF ORANGE
Park are now taking orders for residents on. Elbow Rd.:
the. annual Girl Scout Cookie Penney Farms The Week are Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gordon AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DEC. 21. 1962.

Sale of the Gateway Council. and their children Linda, Jimmy ASSETS

During a two-week period Reporter: MRS. BENNETI' CURTIS and Cathy. Jimmy a talented Cash balances with other banks and cash items in

I beginning last Saturday the Orange Park Presbyterian young accordianlst was process of collection -_ .- -.... ...- ................... $ 450,749.92
Girl Scouts will be calling on Last Sunday Henry H. Car- On Sunday evening the large Men's Supper Thursday the winner of the talent contest United States Government obligations direct and

,t' everyone to ask for orders for ter occupied the pulpit at the attendance at the Quadrangle Jan. 24, at 6:30: p.m. at the held recently during the guaranteed ........................... .... ....... .. ............ 1,391,455.82
( 5 delicious kinds of cookies, to Penney Memorial Church. He showed the interest of the resi- church. ?w Country Music Festival at Obligations of States and political subdivisions .... :21,673.22
be delivered the first week in was assisted by the Rev. Ed- dents In the world tour taken Civil Defense Radiological Orange Park High Loans and discounts including $486.17 overdrafts) 939.185.83

March. The proceeds from the ward J. Sachtjen. last summer by four residents. Monitoring Course Monday Bank premises owned $78,685.36. furniture and fix-

sale-go partly to the Gateway The 'sermon subject was The Rev. Frank Gracey told of Jan. 28, at 8 pjn. at J. Hamilton Boulware of tures $40,499.02 ..... ....................-.................... 119,184.38
Council to support its camp- "Consider Jesus Christ" and his experiences as the Rev. Orange Park Elementary __ '-- ----p Grasshopper Lane came home Other assets .......................................................?_ 7.718.51
ing program and five cents the choir sang the anthem Leigh Soule showed th? colored School. from the hospital last Satur

from each box goes to the Individual "God So Loved the World" slides taken on their sightseeing Orange Park Lions Club __ day. He had suffered a neck TOTAL ASSETS ......-._-..._._......... 2.929.947.68'

troop. with Mrs. Ono B. Coons at the stops at Egypt Ceylon Monday. Jan. 28. at 8 pjn. at injury in an auto accident Jan.
\ arid Basil R. New Zealand. Tahiti and Pan- the Lions Club. 13. Mrs. Boulware is also recovering LIABILITIES
For cookies call Mrs. Larry organ the Rev.
ama. The pictures included 4$ '- from her Injuries suf- Demand deposits of individuals '
Crutchfield. at CO 49713. Truscott directing. Orange Park Masonic LodgeNo. 4 ; partnerships and
'shots' of the travelers riding 267 Monday. Jan. 28. fered In the same accident., corporations ..........................................,."........... 1,029,364.68
camels and elephants in for- Their daughter Joan who had
Time and savings deposits of individuals
at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Hall. partnerships -
eign lands and enjoying the Park Civitans Tuesday : i I--: been at home has returned to and corporations ....'............................... 660.213.77
Orange -
REAL'ESTATEINSURANCE 'hazing' customary when crossing her studies at Florida: Southern Deposits of United States Government (including
Jan. 29. at 7 at
the equator. pm. College while another daughter. postal savings) ........ ..'-...........-.......................-.-. 2179.41
Charlie's Restaurant.
APPRAISALS Pat Is now visiting her Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..N._... 854,536.82
Mrs. Mabel Trout and Mrs. Orange Park Boat Club Instal- JANE RYAN parents. Certified and officers' checks etc. ............................ 19,159JO

Beulah Bowers of Meriden, lation Dinner Thursday I Jane Ryan a senior, was TOTAL DEPOSITS .................."......;... 2565453.98
Frank W. Brown Conn., arrived last week and Jan. 31. at 7:30 pjn. at the I Here for a week-end visit (a) Total demand deposits ............ 1605240.21
crowned Miss Orange Park
Beach Chicken Dinner
are settled In the Nagle apart- I : with the Glenn Allreds was (b). Total time and savings deposits 960,213.77' '

and Associates ment for their winter vaca- Restaurant. i!High School during ceremonies his sister. Mrs. John Dana of Other liabilities ............-...---........?......_................ 56,963.29
tion. Three years ago they at a dance held at the school Puerto Ordaz Venezuela. She

1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone spent the winter in Penney MRS ALICE W. CURTIS last Saturday evening. has gone on to New Orleansfor TOTAL LIABILITIES .....----_.... 3,622.417.37
Orange Park CO 4.9504 Farms while M r 8. Bowers I a medical check-up.
Services for Mrs. Alice Wil- Officiating at the coronation CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
taught an art class.
cox Curtis a resident at Me- was Judy Weatherford .last Capital:
Commander and Mrs. Frank
morial Home Community for I year's Miss Orange Park High. (a) Common !stock total par value 172000.00 172000.00

After suffering a heart attack 13 years who died at Clay As her court. Jane had Dubra Blackman are new residents of Surplus ........--"'......................................rTTT.Tt-iim......... 11.000.00Undivided

'CLAY COUNTY DRUG CO Edward for In Nagle Clay Memorial is being'cared Memorial Hospital last Thurs- I Mosley of the 11th grade: Jeanne West Holly Point Rd. profit ......-...-...-.....__ ,44.SS0.41
day were held on Sunday In I Pangle. 10th grade; Cindy
Hospital. His daughter. Mrs. the MHC chapel. She was 82 Addison 9th grade; Peggy Ryan Back to school last Friday TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ,..-..NNN...... 307.MO.4l
State Highway :No. 17 Orange Park, Florida Paul Alif, called here last week years old. 8th. grade: and Jeannelle went George" and Elaine Center.

because of his illness has now A'native of Plainville Conn., Powell. 7th grade. All of the Barbara Duncan, Jim Jowers, Total LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 3,929,947.68
Phone: Day CO 4-9226 :Night 00 4-5421 returned to her home In and Sandra Chambers all students -
girls had been chosen in
she was the only child of DanG. a
Charleston, W. Va. MEMORANDAAssets
Florida College
at Southern- -
E. G. CARLISLE Owner and Augusta Wllcox. She popular election by the students "-
studied music at Mt. Holyoke of the school last Monday but In Lakeland.Mr. pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and
"Mr. Paul W. Williams of College and at the Hartford the winners were not an- for other purposes (including note and bills

WE GIVE DOUBLE S&H GREEN STAMPSON Albuquerque N. M., and Chihuahua Conservatory of Music and nounced until the coronation.Jane and Mrs. John Gllliland rediscounted and securities sold with agree

Mexico has been served for 30 years as directorof is the daughter of Mr. of Doctors Lake Drive returned ment to repurchase) ....... ............... ..._.?.? 948OOO.M.
spending some time in town music at the Connecticut and Mrs. Glenn W. Ryan of home last Friday after a visit Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation -

AL visiting his sister Mn. Eva W. to New York City. reserves of ...................-..N..N.. .........._.. 10,071.94I
MONDAY FRIDAY Reformatory. Subsequently she Inlet and the 8th grade
Thomas.Dr. was music supervisor In the winner. Peggy Ryan la .her I W. W. Mlkell. Vice President 4k Cashier of the abo -
Hartford public schools.In younger sister.JOINES Mr. and Mrs: Lynn Allen of named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition Is
AND SATURDAYS W. C. Tarr. superintendent Plymouth St.. Jacksonville are true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
1926 she married the late
Western House for Retired -
t the parents of a 6 lb. 8 oz. baby
N. O. '.
Curtis. She moved to -
of the E. U. B.
WINSTEENAGE girl born last Sunday at St.
SPECIALS THIS WEEK-END church,'and Mn. Tarr assistant Penney Farms in 1950 and ROADEO Vincent's Hospital. Mr. Allan Correct Attect:
started the highly popular Sun- WALTER O. ODUM.
of Cedar Falls Iowa occupied -
100 Bnfferin tabs .__.__._....____ 990 the former Ilnfield day evening hymn stags and Jimmy Joines was first,place who attended Clay High' School; RALPH M. BAGWELL,
is the son of Mr. and Mrs
100 Anacin tabs .. 99c apartment while spending a five years ago she initiated the winner in the first annual George.Allen of Blanding Blvd. O. B. NAIL Directors

100 DeWitts Pills ..._.._.__' _..._. 99c week In town visiting Mrs. A. Mary monthly Olin hymn clinic.sings at the ,Teenage held last Roadeo Saturday competition at Orange The baby's maternal grand- State of Florida. County of Clay ss:
1.25 D. Shaffer and other friends. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Sworn to and subscribed: before me this 14th 4&yof January,
CREO MULSION 99c She directed both the-church Park High by the Orange Park
ward Madry of Jacksonville.Mrs. 1963 and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director
100 Caroid and :Bile abs _____.__ 990 Mri. Vera Curtis of St. Paul choir and the mixed chorus and Jaycees. this. bank. '
Minn., who had been visiting she was active in the Art Club. Twenty-five young drivers John .Christiensen and
MILK MAID ICE MILK ........... 1 Gallon 89c Mrs. Alma Robinson Hoffman For a period she served as THE competed in the written test children Tommy and Tina, My commission expires November 9, ID14.

:MILK MAID ICE !MILK .._... Pints 2 for 29c Street suffered a heart attack CRESCENT'S MHC reporter. and road contest.. As his first former residents of Orange SEAL Dolores E. Keites. Notary Public

and died suddenly on January Burial was in the family lot prize Jimmy won a $25 bond. Park are due to arrive today to
(Special every day MAALOX liquid 12 oz. $1.00)'S8H' ) 17. The funeral was held on in Plainville. Ronnie Rogers won second hunt for a house. They'plan to '

Saturday afternoon at the prize $15; and Ronald Scott stay until August while Com- FranksSHOE
STAMPS ON ALL INSULIN Helm Funeral Parlors._ Green Sunday guests In the homeof won the $10 third prize. mander Chrlstiensen Is on a ,

Cove Springs the Rev. and Mrs. William Judges of the contest .were cruise aboard, the carrier En- REPAIR SHOP

Kinsey. were their cousins. Mr. Sergeant D. R. Jansen of the terprise. They are house guestsof Frank Feeeia
Florida Highway Patrol. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Devineof
and Mrs. Fred F. Kinsey of
Expert Shoe Repairing '
,,4Dying .
Boyd and Fred Hancock of the
West Holly Point Rd. "
J- '.. Ligonler. Pa. AH Leather and Fabric AheM
JEAN JOWERS Clay County Sheriffs Office "All Kinds of Leather Work"
Carl Archie
Felt and Padgett
For Fast Fast Fast Results
Also from Pennsylvania were of the Jaycees. Directors of the Use Our Classified Section I 1712 Highway 17 Orange Fufe

'. t..r. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder of event were Jaycee Wayne Ly-

....._. ... r Paxinos who spent five days in ter and Arthur Wilson driver

.u Penney Farms recently while education instructor a_ t Orange
visiting :Mrs. H. C. Erdman. Park High -
: u"a Where The Best 16 Better"
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Dr. Albert M. Malaterre THE and


Chiropractic Physician BEST YOUR Telephone


w announces the opening of his NEEDS

k New Offices
+sa 1632 Hwy 17 N.' Orange Park. Fla. HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGS .
PHONE: 26 .9S8'7
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: Monday Wednesday & Friday 9 ajn. to 8 p.m. I

Closed Thursday & Saturday Afternoons 1922 Highway 17 Phone 564-6831 Orange Park

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t '0' Dist. Miller Tires-Autolite Batteries

.. Cor. Park and King
Jacksonville, Fla. .
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:A Complete line AVomeii's Apparel to.fit:eery occasion-c. ; *! Cleaning-Oiling
Adjusting Case polished &
1-< one of these parts BANKING HOURS AS OF MARCH 1st .

.? Main Spring ,
We also $51 hursday" 9:30 1:80
carry Nylon Band Monday a.m. pjn.

-' A quality line of accessories All Work Guaranteed for Friday 9:30; a.m. to 7:00 p.m. 0 .

"-'Handbagsi, Hats, Scarves,. Jewelry, Etc. ,- 1 Tear Closed Saturdays
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ROY DAVIS, Watchma' .
We Service all makes of Radios
Complete Confidential Courteous
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01 1924 Highway 17 Phone CO 4-5631 Orange ParK 24 Hour Service Phone 284-6951 Mail Orders I. Banking Service .

Chronographs and Special Models Slightly Higher Member of Federal Deposit. Insurance Corporation sa..

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) Re: Estate of JULIUS OES- CASE NO. 354S No. 489 January U, 1963

NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll EDWIN H. BROWN The Board of Commissioners
a corporation under the laws County of Clay County met
i creditors of the Estate of of Florida Deceased In regular session in the County Commissioners meeting room lathe

Julius Oestreicher, deceased Plaintiff FINAL NOTICE Courthouse on the abov time and date.

i Ant CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS are hereby notified and required TS'VlLLLUI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN The meeting was called to order by the Chairman Hon

\ to file any claims or demands C. MILLER andANNA that the undersigned, on orable Luther E. Wilson. Other members present were Louis L.

f MARINA MOTELAPTS. which they may have E. MILLER his wife. the twenty-first day of January Huntley District No. 2, Marvin Green District Net. J, O. J.

ABC TV INLET MARINAHwy against said estate fin the office Defendants.NOTICE .1 A. D. 1963. filed a final Murrhee. District No. 4 and H. E. Moody District No. 5.

FOR RENT oof the County Judge of accounting of its administration The Chairman at this time Introduced Reverend Alfred

17 Orange Park Clay County Florida. In the OF SUIT I of the estate of Edwin H. Sapp who opened the meeting with prayer.

RALPH F. :MILRERGER STORAGE-WET & DRY By Week or MonthU. courthouse at Green Cove ,THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Brown Deceased, and notice is The minutes of the last regular meeting of December 10.

REFRIGERATIONAND CROSBY BOATS S. 17 North Springs. Florida within six; further given that after publication 1962 and Special meetings of December 13. and December It.
TO William C. Millerand An-
EE-ZY TRAILERS calendar months from the date of this notice once each 1962, were approved as read.

AIR CONDITIONING MERCURY ENGINES PHONE 284-3605 of the first publlcatioon of this na E. Miller, his wife whose week for four consecutive The following monthly reports and letters were read and
It t residence is 615 West Altu- weeks application will be madeto
ServiceAUTHORIZED notice. Each claim or demand filed as public records:
I PACKAGE STORE must be in writing and must ras Street. Tucson. Arizona: the Honorable Thomas J. Monthly report of County Judge, re: Pines & Forfeiture

""FEDDERS SALES & SERVICECO state the place of residenceand .II. You are hereby notified thata Rivers. County Judge of Clay Monthly report of County Agent.

Sales & Service 4-0835 post office address of. the suit has been filed againstyou County Florida for the approval Monthly report of Assistant County Agent.

( Home Phone 284-078O PAUL'SAll claimant, and must be sworn as Defendants in the above of said accounting and Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent.

Business Phone 2S4-6381 BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN Legal Beverages to by the claimant his agent entitled cause; and that you for final discharge of the undersigned Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent.

Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. or his attorney or it will become are hereby required to file your as executor of said Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health.
void according to law. answer with the Clerk of this estate. Monthly report of Clay Soil Conservation District.

E. REEDBookkeeping Duval County Line December 14, 1962. Court and to serve a copy THE BARNETT NATIONAL Monthly report of Division of Corrections re: Inp*&-

A GIN'S North of Orange Park OLGA J. OESTREICHER.Executrix thereof upon the Plaintiff or BANK OP JACKSONVILLE tlon of SRI Camp No. 2753'

to Refrigeration and Tax Service of the Estate of Plaintiff's attorney, whose as executor of the estate of Monthly report of District Welfare Director, w: County

i c And Air PIANO SERVICE Julius Oestreicher, .... .-. name and address is: Smith. Edwin H. Brown Deceased.By Indigent Fund.

Conditioning 400 W. Walnut St. Deceased.Dec. Elliot and Schwalbe, 830 Lynch SAM: M. CONOLY Letter from Chairman. Clay County Hospital Authori .

Phone 284-6721 GEORGE WEEKS 20. 27, 1962. Jan. 3, 10. '63 Building Jacksonville 2, Florida Vice President and Senior regarding request of Board of County Commissioner

SERVICEChrysler not later than February Trust Officer utilizing part of Hospital grounds and disposal plant.
Green Cove Springs PIANO SERVICE
LEGAL NOTICE 7, 1963. First published on. Jan. 24. Letter from J. C. Sapp, Attorney regarding Veterans

Airtemp Sales Tuning Repairing If you fall to do so. decree 1963. Service Officer and County Prosecuting Attorney

Authorized Phllco CABINET WORK PHONE 284-327S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF pro confesso will be entered Jan. 24, 31. Feb. 7, 14. 1963 appointment for Clay County.

Service Box 50 FUbernla Rt. THE FOURTH JUDICIAL against you for the relief de- Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commission

Day Ph. 281-3680 LINSLEY WOODWORKS Green Core Springs CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN manded in the complaint.The LEGAL NOTICE I. er Green and carried the bills were approved and Warrant

Night 284-3402 Custom Cabinetry AND FOR CLAY COUNTY.IN nature of said suit beingfor ordered drawn in payment of same, as will appear by Warrant

S. Palmetto Office Bar and Store Fixtures REAL ESTATE CHANCERY foreclosure of mortgage re- U. S. GOVERNMENT Lists numbered 3 IS. 316-A and 316-B which lists art hereby

Cabinets Bldg. Hardware CASE NO. 3557 corded in VoL 40. Page 407. SURPLUS LAND adopted as a part of these minutes as much so as if set out la
Green Cove Springs
Plywood Plastic Laminates NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE Official Records of Clay County ANDIMPROVEMENT full herein.
Phone Bus. 284-3223 PROCEEDINGS Florida the description of Motion by Commissioner Moody, seconded by Commissioner

APPLIANCESJim Phone Res. 284-38O3 Liscensed Broker in PIONEER FINANCE the property proceeded against FOR SALE Green and carried to adjourn and re-open the meeting for the

Highway 17 North Green Cove Springs COMPANY, a Corporation being as follows: All that cer- BY SEALED BID Annual Re-organization meeting for 1963.

Carter Appliance>> Green Cove Springs Since 1037 PlaintiffVs. tain property situate and being CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA Commissioner Murrhee stated that he would like to thank

Service Inc. in Clay County, Florida more 8.28 acres of land Improvedwith the Commission for making him the Vice-Chairman for the past
FILL DIRTCHERRY Homes Farms Acreage,: GUY STERLING HILLERSand particularly described as follows two one-room structures few years and that he thought the Chairman and ViceChairman -

A. F. BakerRefrigeration 11 W. Spring St Ph. 4-4323 : one frame the other concrete should be rotated each year, and that Commissioner Wilson

& MARY VIRGINIA HILLERS I block in Clay County. Florida had been Chairman for only part of the year, so that he was now
Air Conditioning Service & LOVETT Defendants, Lot Nine (9). Block Eight are for sale. The property Is I making a motion that Luther E. Wilson be made Chairman and

UPHOLSTERERS THE STATE OF FLORIDATO (8), MEADOWBROOK. Unit known as Flemings Island Fan Marvin Green. Vice-chairman for the coming year. Motion was
also all DragLine Dump Truck 2. according to plat recorded
: Marker and Beacon Site and seconded by Commissioner Huntley and carried.
LIGHT DOZIER BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP in Plat Book 6, pages 12 and
Major Appliance Repairs WORK
GUY STERLING HILLERS- fronts U. S. Highway No. 17 on Commissioner Murrhee then made the following motion' :
Washers, Dryers CLEAN FILL DIRT 1400 W. Idlewild Aye., RESIDENCE UNKNOWN 13, of the public records of the east approximately 16 miles ,.That James Knowles be renamed Road Superintendent J. C.

Phone 284-3542 Shell Clay Phone 284-3505 MARY VIRGINIA HILLERS- Clay County Florida. south of Jacksonville 3 miles Sapp Prosecuting Attorney. James T. Norton. County Veterans

FREE ESTIMATES Green Cove Springs RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU Together with all structuresand ; south of Orange Park, and 10 Service Officer effective immediately; seconded by Commission

PROMPT DELIVERY Seat Covers Panels ARE HEREBY NOTI improvements now and miles north of Green Cove er Green and carried.

Courteous Service Auto TopsUpholstery FIED that a Complaint to fore- hereafter on said land and Springs Florida. Motion by Commissioner Moody to re-name Berwick An-

close a certain mortgage on the fixtures attached thereto The property is suited for derson. County Attorney. Motion died for lack of a second.
gEEf c9 Phone CO 4-6311 Lining following described real prop- and all rents issues proceeds residential or commercial use. Chairman Wilson advised that he would like to leave the
Sofas Chairs
Res. CO 4-9867 and profits accruing
erty located in Clay County It is restricted against use for Chair and make the following motion: T. J. Jennings, Jr. be
W. E. (Ernest) Cherry, Cushions Florida to-wit: and to accrue from said aviation named County Attorney. E. D. McCall. Agriculture Agent. Mar
IlCTtlC GlASS EOTTOM BOATS General Mgr. Lot 31 in the Southwest premises all of which are included -1 Bids will be opened at 10:30 : garet Nelson Home Demonstration Agent George W. Owens.

\ Doctors Inlet, Fla Income Tax Service Quarter (SW; ) of the within the foregoing I ajn., E.S.T., February 20, 1963 1 Assistant County Agent. Sandra Lee Reese Assistant Horn
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and the haben-
18 Years Experience Southeast Quarter (SEU) of description I In Bid Opening Room at ad- Demonstration Agent. T. J. Rivers. Juvenile Judge and Ray E
Section 8, Township 6 South dum thereof; also all gas i dress below. Write or call immediately Chance. Civil Defense Director. Motion was seconded by Commissioner -

I I OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HEREFor I Short Forms$2.00Long Range 26 East. Clay County other steam electric, water, and! to the office below Green, who then withdrew his second due to the fact
heating cooking
refrigerating -
Forms-$5.00 up Florida. for additional information and that he had taken over the Chair. Motion was then seconded by
lighting, plumbing -
Commissioner Huntley and carried unanimously. All appOint-
Reasonable Rates for Business, has been filed against you. and ventilating irrigating forms on which bids must be
ments to be effective which
immediately except County Attorney.
Real Estate. Rentals, Etc. you are required to serve a copyof
and systems machines -
power made.GENERAL would be effective 1 1963.
RentFOR Miscellaneous your answer or pleading to SERVICESADMINISTRATION February ,
PAUL REMLINGER the said Complaint upon Plaintiffs appliances fixtures In compliance with Chapter 59-1181. Special Acts 195i,

8645 Roosevelt Blvd. attorney,T..J. JENNINGS and appurtenances, which 1776 Peachtree Street N. W. Jay Daniels was appointed Member of the Clay County Adjustment -
RENT: Nice 2 bedroom CARETS TRADING hereafter
POST ParkLEGAL now are or may Board for the unexpired term of Mr. J. W. Cameron.' who
JR.. P.O. Box 372. Green Cove .
Atlanta 9. Georgia
inside and
newly painted pertain to. or be used with
had .
WE BUY resigned.Mr.
SELL TRADE Springs Florida and file the 876-3311 Extension 5631
out, reasonable large yard, appliances in or on said premises even -
NOTICEIN original answer or pleading in Ray Chance. Director of Civil Defense. Clay County.
furnished. Call Penney Three locations: detached
though they be or
the office of the Clerk of the appeared and gave a brief report of the past month's activities
Farms. 5298211. ZOtfc 15 E. Palmer St. Ph. 284-3280 detachable.
for his unit.
Warehouse & antiques old At this time all Commissioners executed the Standardform
Florida on or before the 18th WITNESS my hand and the I Saturday Feb. 2
ORANGE PARK Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. Chancery day of February AD. 1963, or a seal of said Court at Green of Agreement between the Board and W. R. Gomon A
FOR RENT' Store on Hwy. Catholic Church Groundson
"BIG TOP" tent Blanding LEONA YOUNG Plaintiff decree pro confesso will be en- Cove Springs. Florida this 29th: on Associates as Architects for the new Health Center.
1'7, %20x50 area. Phone Palmetto Ave.
proven The Board selected the
Bird. At Ridgewood vs.GERALD. tered against you. This notice day of December A. D. 1962. I following named persons to serr*
CO 46300. Walker. 17tfc Between Ferris and Bay Sts.
Jurors in the Circuit Court for the
Coming will
H. YOUNG. shall be published once each GEORGE L. CARLISLE year as appear
Furniture & appliances at by the list hereto attached and marked "Exhibit A" which
I DefendantNO. week for four consecutive weeksin Clerk of the Circuit Court
FISHER MOTEL 411 Ferris bargain pri 2S 8tfc 3535 the Clay County Crescent of By Grace M. Carlisle list is hereby adopted as part of these minutes of this meeting
St. Open under new manage as much so as if set out in full herein.
NOTICE OF SUIT Green Cove Springs, Florida. Deputy ClerkA JONES & HALL NURSERYNow
ment. Apartments rooms TV SERVICE, Anytime Don THE STATE OF FLORIDATO WITNESS hand and the Chairman Wilson discussed with the other Board members'
day week or month. Lights and my of the complaint filed Open '7 Days A Week
Woollard. Phone 284-0015. : seal of said Court at Green copy the possibility of having the State Road Department start acquiring
water furnished. Phone 284- YOUNG herein is attached to the copy Come Out Browse AroundSee additional right of way from Green Cove Springs north
I DUe Cove Springs Florida this 15th
3553 or 2819233. 17tfc Box 33 U. S. Naval StationI day of January AD. 1963. of this Notice which is mailed Our Stock on Highway No. 17 to the Clay County line for a four lane

DISCRIMINATING SENIOR I Navy No. 568 GEORGE L. CARLISLE. to each Defendant for whom a Highway 13 South of New highway as soon as funds may become available. After a further

For Sale Real! EstateFOR % Fleet Post Office Clerk of the Circuit Courtof residence more specific than a Bridge, turn right at Collecove discussion motion was made by Commissioner Huntley to writ

Citizens may appreciate open- New York. New York Clay County, Florida. state or country was given in Store follow signs the State Road Department and request the present HighwayNo.
lot ing of a Thoroughly comfort- the sworn statement filed here- 17 be resurfaced out of the maintenance fund and that additional -
House and
31 Jan. 17, 24, 31. Feb. 7
bedrooms, 2 baths, terano' able Retirement Home soon at FIED that a suit has been filed in by the Plaintiff, his agentor right of way be acquired for a four lane highway as soon
Call; attorney). Wear a HAPPY NEW FACE as possible. Motion seconded by Commissioner Moody and ear
floors at Pleasant Point River View, 15 St. Johns Ave against you in the above en- LEGAL NOTICE'
Jan. 3. 10. 17.24, 1963 ried.
for 1963 with cosmetics worn
284-3962. 10.4P: nue. 13-4p titled cause and you,are hereby
required to serve upon plain NOTICE OF NAMES OF by the most beautiful women Motion by Commissioner Moody, seconded by CommissionerGreen

HOUSE ON LARGE LOT for' FINE HOUSESIf tiff's attorney whose name and PERSONS APPEARING TO LEGAL NOTICE in the world. The TOP experts and carried the Board adjourned to meet again In regular -

sale schools, nice neigh. address hereon, (S.M.A.) have exclusively en- session on the second: Monday in February, that being this
near you have a lot we will build appear your BE OWNERS OF
Call 2849679 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S dorsed Viviane Woodard Cos- 11th day of February 1963 at 9:00 o'clock am.
borhood. 2 bdrm, CB. your home on monthly payments written defenses if any. to the ABANDONED PROPERTY
COURT OF CLAY COUNTY.- metics. Your face never Luther Wilson. Chairman
lOtfc goes
either shell complete in bill of complaint in said suit. Pursuant to Section 13 of
FLORIDA.IN out of style.Take GOOD CAREof Attest:
of which is delivered to
either frame of CBS-phone copy Chapter 717 Florida Statutes
HOUSE FOR SALE Are PROBATEIn It. Follow techniques and George L. Carlisle Clerk
herewith on or before February
j %264-6895 Orange Park, Fla. you entitled "Florida Disposition of
interested in nearly frame advice of the EXPERTS. Kath
new 18, AD. 1963. '
10-4p Unclaimed Property Act. no- re: Estate of ELIZABETHS.
semi-finished three bedroom Herein fail not or decree pro leers Dyson Bayer your HOME-
tice is hereby given that the WOODWORTH,
house livable, just off US 17, SITUATION WANTED confesso will be entered againstyou persons listed below appear to Deceased. I TOWN Vivian Woodard consultant -
south of Green Cove Springs. and sales advisor with '!
for the relief prayed in the be the owners of unclaimed NO. 578 Not
Full house and lot 3300. two training under the
price AVAILABLE: Public stenographer bill of complaint.THE personal or intangible property years i ,
$50 down $35 per month. Mr. and Notary Public, NATURE OF SAID BUTT presumed abandoned. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I I supervision of the S.M.A. win

Raymond 839-2121 collect. Mrs. Jack Saam Spruce St. BEING FOR DIVORCE Gerhardt Katherine, P.O. Box 'To All Creditors and Persons SHOW you THE WAY. By appointment but less costly
write 3646 Gand,, 284- .
only phone
Tampa, ,
WITNESS My hand and the
& Fla.
call 284-9370 between 8 10 302. Green Cove Springs, hhaving Claims or Demands
Tampa. ZIp a.m.. Mon thru Sat. 24tfc seal of said Court at Green Information concerning the I against said Estate: 5853. AWAKEN your sleeping

FOR SALE Cove Springs, Florida, this amount or description of the You and each of you are beauty. i
2 BDR. HOUSE ON 9U acres, INSTRUCTIONSMEN 10th day of January AD. Property and the name and II hereby notified and required Where does one find their Daring four months of plant reorganisation. TBS

land 10 miles south Green Cove AND WOMEN NEEDED 1963. address of the holder may be to present any claims and demands best friend or their worst enemy CRESCENT served Its loyal friend taking their print-

Springs on U.S. n, call 284- GEORGE L. CARLISLE,, obtained by any persons possessing 1 I which you may have ? Answer on page 0. Adv. lug to other plants, charging them what we were charged.

3307' or 284-3520. 24c WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo Clerk Circuit Court an Interest in the prop- against the Estate of Elizabeth We did this M a County service without a penny of profit,

experience necessary, grammar By Grace M. Carlisle erty by addressing an Inquiryto S. Woodworth. deceased late because THE CRESCENT cannot prosper unless Clay

FOR SALE school education usually Deputy Clerk Ray E. Green. State Comp- of Clay County. Florida to the AUCTIONKARMA County prospers.

sufficient.. Train now at home FREDERICK H. LENCZYK troller as Administrator Aban- County Judge of Clay County

FOR SALE 21" TV Console for jobs with Security. For details Attorney for Plaintiff doned Property Division. Capitol Florida, at his office in the Now. with new machinery, new equipment. topflight staff

Philco. 1959 Fiat Compact auto. send name, address Address: Tallahassee. Florida. Be Courthouse of said County at LIQUORS (more competent happier better paid than any CUES

38 miles per ration. 37.000 actual I phone no. to: NATIONAL I 921 Florida Title Building sure to mention account number Green Cove Springs Florida, BAR-LOUNGE CENT staff baa ever been), we are able to fill your print

miles. call 284-3298 after TRAINING SERVICE. BOX C, Jacksonville Florida name and address as pub- within six calendar months Thursday, Jan. 31, 2 p.m. lag needs In better quality and at less cost to you than

4 p.m. 24p Clay County Crescent. 24-10c Jan. 17, 24. 31. Feb. 7. 1963 lished in this notice. Unless from the time of the first 4 allies West Mseelenny. Fla. yen can find anywhere else. We invite your demands. THE

is of this notice. Each CRESCENT is here to stay. Clay County has a NEWS-
proof of ownership presentedto publication
1 t Hi U H H M 1 1 Ul III 1 I I U I
the holder by March 25. claim or demand shall be in Hwy 90 half way between Jacksonville PAPER. Public support will make it a better more informative -

I BUSINESS I. DIRECTORY I.t 1963. the property will be delivered -I writing, shall be in duplicate and Lake City Fla. paper.

to the Administrator. shall state the place of residence (Baker County). Fully equipped

..,.. . . . .. .. Air Conditioned throughout.
.-r-. . y---rT""' "'""T""" -rT"' rT'"' "TTTTT Thereafter, all further claims and post office addressof We invite you to submit your job and compare our prices
must be directed to the Admin- the claimant shall be sworn 1 Restaurant, seats 150 people.! with anyone else.
FURNITURE DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT istrator. to by the claimant his agentor Ideal for private club. All modern I

AIR BASE FURNITURE CO Ray E. GreenAs attorney, and shall be accompanied includes Real Estate. Ap-I I

Fine FurnitureCarpeting EASTERLIXG PHARMACY AMERICANOFFICE AdministratorJan. by the one dollar prox. 1400 ft. Hw-y. 90 Ftg.'

Appliance SUPPLY CO. 17. 2.. 1963 filing fee required by law. and Lovely home. (7-COP) liquor CRESCENTPress

Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner any such claim or demand not license can be moved anywhereIn
6933 Roosevelt Bird. LEGAL IfOTICE so filed shall be void. Baker County. Easy Terms:
Jacksonville EV 7-461 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists in I I /s/ Carroll M. Wright. 20% Down at Auction.

TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equip- LEGAL NOTICEAs As Administrator cum tes- Inc.
GRlSSO>>-KDIr Auction Co.
ment of this date, January 10, tamento annexo of the Estate ,
Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries 337 N.Fernereek.Orlando
Pacemakers and Peerles 1983. I will not be responsible of Elizabeth S. Wood-
Air Stream for Travel Complete Line of Greeting Phone U<<-0954
for any debts made by anyone worth. deceased. PHONJE 2K4-31M
Used Trailers-Bank Financln/ Cards other than myself. Signed -Fla's. Most
0017' Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blanding Blvd.. First publication on January Economical Auctioneers' 209 W. Walnut St. Green Con Spring. Fl*.
2035-57 Park St. Jacksonville Preston Daniels.

EV 8-8578 Jacksonville rv: !- 1J! LVbb- !i Jan. 10. 17, 24, 31, 1963 Jan. 3. 10, 17. 24, 1963

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-'-.I.A HEARS CONCERTA maining members of the board will be $1.50. A cordial inVita- ANSWER TO
I Keystone Social Notes record crowd turned out to KH Church News I are George LaRue. A. F. Crosby tion is extended to friends WEAR A HAPPY FACM
I hear Keystone Heights School's Mrs. Mabel Husbands. Mrs. from other churches to Join in.I On Classified Pate
first band concert on last Olive Stevens Mrs. Charles this annual get-together. Answer-In your mirror. Adr.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Sparks from Melrose, a town that also
Thursday evening before mem- William's Altar Society Sunday, January 13, Wallenius and Don Shackle-
and son, from Gainesville, were boasts a Phillip Morris. Mrs.
bers of the P-TA. Ladies met for their regular members elected the
recent, visitors at the home of
Frank Jones, Gardner, will you name your The band was in charge of officers William Warren presi-
Mr. and Mrs. monthly business meeting on for three years:
next daughter AvaT Gene Croft a music student at dent of the Community Church
bringing a lovely wedding gift Thursday, Jan. 17, in the Recreation ees: Mr. William Pew,
for the Jones' daughter, Maxine the University of,Florida. Band Men's Club Is, with his members Special this Weekat
members Include Glen Hall. Frank Hgen. and Mr. ;"' extensive plans
who was married last Speaking of names we have Few making
month. ,two ladles in town named Alma Jim Smith Patty Shaughnes- The ladies voted to finance Warren. Stewards: Mr. D. for a dinner for their ladies on

: Mrs. Alma Frost and Mrs. sey. Carol Gardner Lance An- some new vestments for Father Baker. Colonel David N Jan. 28, at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. A&P !

We asked Mrs. E. C. Cuendit Alma Blizzard. No wonder we drewsen. Tommy Bird Dianne Dougherty. and Mr. William Reynolds Frank Stitchberry.: chairman of your
were confused when someone Chapman Debbie Dey, Elaine Correspondence was read Mr. L C. Stringer who Circle 4 of Community Churchwomen -
lucky enough to
how was
asked us where Mrs. Alma Lovorn ,Susan Bird. Wilma from the Gainesville Daily Sun filled a vacancy was also and her Circle mem-
such telephone
get to an remember.easy Actually,ibel' Snow lived! Gardner Audrey Flakes Mike about a Woman's Club day In ed. These officers were bers will prepare and serve the
number Lovorn, Chuck Pardee, Rodney Gainesville in the Spring and ed at the Sunday dinner. Under Mr. Warren's l-lb. Cans
number is 473-4567. but to
Paul and Reese Johnson. from the NCCW headquarters Service. Jan. 20, by the splendid leadership the mem-
call her locally, one Just has to Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Smith
After the Concert, Bill Beam reminding all the members to Dr. A. C. Holt. bership is increasing all the
dial 34567. She said she gave attended the Florida Baptist A&P APPLESAUCE '
the telephone man a coke, Convention in Orlando on gave a report on how the P-TA have their Cancer check-up. :Mr. Myron Prevatt. Re-Remeeting time, and these men assist financially -
committee and the faculty Assignments made for man of the Board of as well as physically
which may account for it. Tuesday and Wednesday of last were
week. committee proposed the 1962 1 Altar Duty. Mrs. Mildred Sutton called a meeting at his in Improvement of Church

Halloween carnival proceeds be I reported that the White for Monday evening. Jan. property. The program whichis 6 6FOR19
When we called the Mooney- spent to purchase school essentials Elephant Thrift Shop In Mel- for the purpose of electing not available at this time, .
ham's one time, and got Ronald INDIANS WIN TWO not furnished by the rose is doing very well. officers. Out-going will be In charge of Mr. Dick
Coleman on the line, we LOSE ONE county playground equip- Mr. R. A. Gaunt. Mr. Lovorn and Mr. Bill Baker.
Floating prize was won by
thought he was kidding us Ac- ment, etc. The P-TA committee o Wyman. and Mr. Mike The Community Church men's -
K. Schaeffer.
The Keystone Indians Var- Mary
tually, It is his name. He consisted of Chairman Bill fearn attended. Other
o Annual Luncheon will be Prices In this Ad are rood through Saturday, Jan. 21.
shouldn't have been surprised, sity team failed to down Bell Beam Max Mooneyham, Mar- Sunday Masses will continueat :bers of the Board are Mr. held at the ParkofthePalmson

though, for we have a Gary last Saturday evening, when garet Andrewsen and Bill 10 ajn. until the end of II ry Clemens, Mr. W. J. : Feb. 11, at 1 pm. Dr. Hor- Your dreams come true with
Cooper, and a Lorraine Dey at April at which time the summer Mr. E. T. Mrs. J. !
they were beaten by a 2-basket Baker. Faculty committee Included ace Fenton. Jr.. Associate Director -
Keystone School. And Lana margin 44-40. Chairman Knuth and schedule will be resumed. Bird, and Mr Harry of the Latin American *&#& PLAID STAMPSSupermarkets

Turner often comes to visit her faculty members Harris B. Parents are asked to remind Mr. A. F. Crosby Mission, will be a guest at the e un.t .n.r+rrrrK tt. ea+w+. .,e
sisters In Keystone. Lana is At the end of the third quarter their children that
I Jones Laird Miller Mayo and they askedto of the Stewards held a Park of the Palms for the
Keystone was leading 33-
I Munns. The 'membership voted sit In a group at the frontof at the week of Feb. 11-17. and he will
31, but the final quarter found .
to spend $595.86 on the sug- the church in a pew that is Building Jan. 21. for the speak at the meeting. Reserva-
them four points behind when UHHU1 tOTMAHl MMMIHUJrt MCf Mi*
Murrhee reserved for the children
the buzzer sounded. I.gested Items. every purpose. Outgoing Stewards tions may be made by calling
insurance Agency Sunday. tending were Mr. James Mrs. Alma Frost. 473-4301 or
Gary Cooper and Jimmy Mc- TROOP 115 N. Orange ATe. Green Cove Spring. FLuffl -
i SENIOR GIRL SCOUT Confessions are heard before Eachern, Mr. Marshall Mrs. Jack Haberstroh 473-
I Murtry led the Keystone Scor For a long time. Keystone I I Mass on Sunday. and Mr. William Warren. 4504. Price of the Luncheon
ing with 13 points apiece. I
CARRY II Heights has had Boy Scout \ -:
wrv ADEQUATE The Indians "B" team beat I troops. Cub Scout Packs,
INSURANCE the Bell's "B" team 37-14. Brownie Scouts. Intermediate X
however, and the Keystone I Scouts. Now for the first time
Girls outdid the Bell girls 38- I a Senior Girl Scout troop has I ;

See: RICHARD MURRHEE 41, so they felt that they didn't been formed Girl Scout Troop
Agent make the trip for nothing. 70 consists of eleven girls with

Keystone's record for the Mrs. Richard Lovern as Troop J
Phone 473-4786 season now stands at 5 wins Leader. The troop will meet Get that'll' have \
\ you
Keystone Heights Florida 4 losses. every Monday evening at 7 a saw ravi\\ : I

o'clock in St. Anne's Episcopal .
Parish House. Officers namedare .
: Ginny Campbell patrol '
Brooklyn Supply HouseBuilding leader; Lorraine Dey, scribe 'I

and Carol Warren, troop treas-
Supplies, Hardware urer. .

Precut U Lintels All Lengths FOX AGAIN HEADS .! ;;

Officers and members of the'

Roy W. Tyre Phone 473-4886 DuPont Mining Employees'
I Credit Union met at the U.S.O.
Building In Starke on last Sat-

REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES APPRAISALS> urday Herbert evening.Green and Henry 1 I PE IA

KEYSTONE HEIGHT FLORIDA Hall were elected to the boardof
directors and J. M. Norman.
Randall Chitty and Gerald
Crawford were elected to the

1 1 / supervisory committee. F. W. HIGH THE BIRDS JUST LIKE LAST YEAR
Kenney was elected to the PRICES ARE FOR IT'S COLD UP NORTH AND

credit committee.

re-elected Everett Fox

vice president, and Dan Fogg
C. J. "Pete" O'Connor F.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297

Fox secretary appointed and treasurer.Ralph Bryan Mr. CAR WORTH IN TRADE? QUOTH THE RAVEN: "NEVER MORE THAN RIGHT NOW !" )

assistant treasurer, and Dan
Patray educational chairman.GI .


Statement of loan Interest .. ........ ... .. ._. .
This Falcon Futura is
and property taxes for the cal-
endar year 1962 paid by Flori- one of 6 convertiblesin

ESTATE AND APPRAISAL SERVICE da veterans carrying direct GI 3 sizes from Ford I
loan mortgages with the Vet-
All with service-saving
erans Administration will be "
features wfth
HOMES RENTALS LAKEFRONT issued without request from the some
borrower. ., 9 bucket seats!

PROPERTIES The VA's St. Petersburg reg- ,
ional office is now processing ,. .I

:some 6.000 of the statementsand .
hopes to have all to the = -
Keystone HeightsPhone
veteran mortgage-holders by
Now's the time to get awaponiromAmerica's
February I, 1963, B. J. Cannon 8 I !
473.4816 Officer In charge of the Jacksonville -

VA office said this wagon specialist!

week. -- --
I -- Choice of 15 wagonsin

4 sizes, includingthe

'63 Ford Galaxie .

trated here. 1"j /
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L t-fI> .

Save on this husky '.

Ford pickup. Handles

and rides like a car i

builtlikethebigtrutks. s

Extra durability of Ford : .

Trucks keeps your ,;

costs down.






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