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 31, 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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I COUNTY LEADERS15Chestney $30,600 Dividend For 100 Pled ull

Clay County Veterans

; Approximately 450 Clay In making public the prepay- Aid in CreatingIndustrial

County Veterans are reaping a ment plan explained it consists -

$30,600 financial harvest at for the most part of a

this time thanks to an out-of- return to the policyholders of

r -the ordinary payment of divi- a portion of, their premium

dends on their GI insurance.The payments.The Park

windfall represents their money has become avail-
able because the death rate
share of a $327 million dividend ,
veterans is lower than
declared by the Governmentfor among:
holders of such insurance. had been expected.

Part of it they would have received The extra of $90,000,000 was I Officers To Be Named
declared because it felt the
/ anyway in the normal was BUT KEEP SMILING .
the anniversary insurance reserve funds had
of events upon
r course their policies. grown to a size greater than, THE CRESCENT'S "Smil-
dates of
To Lure New
ingest Contest" closes with IndustryOn
k ;.. x. in line necessary.
':Z- : This year however this week's issue. A winner

with plans announced at the meeting the state contest requirements the eve of its organizational meeting, set for
White House the entire regu-
lar dividend of 237000000. together Ev'ybody'sDoin' be announced, and a runnerupwill in next 8 o'clock tomorrow night in the Green Cove Junior

dividendof School- the Committee of 100 has
with an extra week's issue. High Clay County

90000000. is being turned It With this issue a total of pledged its fullest support and cooperation to Gov-

over to veterans now. The ma- Farris and other State officials in
48 pictures have been pub- ernor Bryant
of the checks are going
jority They be growing pains lished by THE CRESCENT. installation
out this month. The rest will be may making the former naval at Green Cove
but some of our neighboring Most of them meet state -
sent in February. a model industrial park.Purchase .
Ut : MW 7 111 i communities seem to be enjoy- contest requirements. Some
;: Approximately 469 of the ing them. do not meet state contest requirements of the 1537-acre School Board
2,038 veterans who live in Clay because THE property by the State this weekis
In Monticello, the Jefferson
: T: County will share in the cur- County'Industrial DevelopmentCorp. CRESCENT has gone on the being hailed by leaders Gets Plea For

1 rent payment. ., says a corporation is theory that to make Floridathe throughout the county as the
first successful stage in the
They are among some 5,250.- making plans to move in thereto nation's happiest and
000 veterans in the United employ 50 persons at first most hospitable state requires Committee's Operation Bootstrap Fallout ShelterThe
of nearly a crash program to bring
States out of a total and possibly to expand to 150 not only that Unmarried -
22500000. who are eligible because employes within three years. young ladies smile but industry to Clay County. County Board of Public

they hold Federallysponsored that everyone smile. Within moments after .the !Instruction has agreed to look:
William Smith president of
Warren Scarbrough is known Advisory Council then the Committee of %Sand life insurance policies. announcement of the State's I
the corporation said the Coun- THE CRESCENT'S boardof into the feasibility of securing
of them is Mr. 100. now the Committee of 100 which will meet will tc purchase of the property THE
by many names. The aptest Most of the money go ty would have to put up $35,000, Judges: Mrs. Richard Federal funds for the construction -
For It was he who wrought on the anvil of tomorrow night In what Is billed as an organizational those who were in World War representing 10 per cent of a Murrhee of Keystone; Mrs.E. CRESCENT put out the second of a fallout shelter at the

his own stubborn purposefulness that Clay meeting but which will be, in fact, a II and have National Service $350,000 loan being sought by J. S. Young of Orange extra edition in its history. O.P.'Elementary School.

celebration. Life Insurance coverage. the incoming company from Park: and Rex Smith, of C. W. Scarbrough. acting Mrs. Charles Olden, chair-
should join ranks with the progressive victory
County The remainder Is for vet the Federal Area Redevelop- Green Cove will meet Satur- Chairman of the Committee of man of the civil defense com-
I elements of Florida first the Clay County erans of World War I who have ment Administration. day and decide on' the win- 100. has announced that new mittee of the school's P-TA.

U. S. Government life insur ner and the runner-up. I officers and directors will be appeared before the board at
The corporation further reported -
ance. Their decision will be finaL elected at tomorrow night's its latest meeting to appeal for
that they are ahead of
The volume of business it will] meeting which is expected to aid in construction of an underground -
schedule of collections on a
generate in local retail stores be attended by more than 150 shelter.Construction .
$50,000 loan made to another
will be several times that much, members. of the shelter
company that moved into
RN Seminar On
it is expected. This is what generally Monticello two years ago. Following the election of officers was recommended by the Army
happens when the the Committee will take Corps of Engineers following an
And Quitman Ga., attorneysare AilsA
amount of money in circula- Respiratory up possible utilization of the inspection of the building, Mrs.
tion is Increased.The working on a lease arrange- vast facilities at the newly-ac- Olden told members of the
ment to bring in a pajama seminar for nurses will be
quired State property board.
manufacturer who will employ sponsored at Jacksonville's Sel-
purpose in releasing the cash In a televised interview Mon- The President has indicated
approximately 200 persons .. lers Auditorium from 9 until 4
at this time is to "provide a day night after the announce- that he will request funds from
o'clock Monday.
needed boost to the national mostly women. Governor Bryant men- Congress to help schools, hospitals
economy" in the trcrds-of": Presi' ..Down..1n.Pai tka. *he 'Putnam _._SponEQreeL association by._the.of Tuberculosis Duval- ment.Honed some of the possible?'usEs and welfare institutions

ident Kennedy. County Board of County I to which the property mightbe build fallout shelters as the
Florida Nurses
County and the ,
1i i The Veterans Administration, Commissioners. laying plans I association, the seminar will' put. Among them were various Cuban crisis revealed a lack of
additional funds
to raise from radioactive
ions including protection
I state Inst1tu -
deal with the subject nursing
ANOTHER bond issueto
through state fallout. Mrs. Olden! said.
a geriatrics center a
S i--L T t:1. LOST: continue its program of Improving tory tuberculosis diseases. It will and be respira-open to prison or park and others. He The board voted to place
TWO BICYCLES OWNERS county I added that the property would $100,000 of county general
I nurses.
Orange Park Police Chief Featured speakers will be shortly be advertised as an industrial funds on time deposit for 90

J C. Joines has two bicyclesfor COUNTY P-TA Miss Jean South .director of site in The Wall Street days and another $50,000 for

which he is unable to BOARD TO MEET the Nursing Advisory Serviceof Journal.It I 60 days to the bank offering
find owners. Both are Murry the National Tuberculosis is not generally believed Urn highest interest rate.
-- The Executive Board of the institution ia, other action, the board
{ bicycles. A new red and association and The National the State wilKput a penal -
Clay County Council of P-TA's the property sinceit flamed Mrs. Jeanette C. Rey-
;;t 1 white one Mr. Joines believes League for Nursing; Dr. Frank in I
will meet at 10 o'clock next value for nolds and Mrs. Eleanor McCallas
:. must have been a Tate. Jr., associate professor of paid full appraised I
Thursday morning at the homeof could have paid the federal teachers at the Charles E.
... "" > Christmas present to some medicine. University of Miami IV It
;- ":. : : ; Mrs. L. A. Bums president Elementary School.Mrs. .
if ithad Bennett
.. youngster. The other one, and Dr. L. C. Mann!. medical Government $1 a year I
-. ./::;: .. ;. blue and white has suffered nine miles south of Green Cove director of the State Tuberculosis wished to put a prison intothe Joan Glenn was appointeda

: ,f -'\-:.. ,- ",, \. ,;.. .A. somewhat at the hands of on State Road 209. Board. 4 area. school bus driver. Due to the
vandals. Anyone knowingthe Presidents and committee The Governor was careful to addition of two classrooms anda

whereabouts of the own- chairmen of the County's 10 state that full price had been cafeteria at the W. E. Cherry

1Mr. ers of the two bicycles should member associations are on the MOTHERS MARCH paid in order to allow the Stateto School the board voted a $10

contact the Orange Park police board Give generously to the local develop the property to its monthly Increase In salary to

department. All members of the Council mother's March of Dimes" when fullest and mast beneficial po Robert Jones, custodian, retro-

\ Scarbrough Is shown above in a business from which he retired t9 Clay County are urged to attend. they eall at your home. tential. active to Nov. 26.

moment of relaxation. It Is a rigged picture. twenty years later. For a decade here he has -

4 He does not relax. Indeed, his questions some- tirelessly worked toward the single goal of

times indicate he does not read the paper he County unity and progress. Restless deeply Five Candidates Seek Two Posts in OPi

Is shown holding. native of Jackson Ga., a devout a gregarious introvert he is an Inveterate -

graduate of the University of Georgia ((1928)), and incurable doodler who Is likely to

he played guard there on "the best freshman mark, up any clean sheet of paper within i < : CTY CLERFT

football team Georgia ever produced." Following arm's reach with circles, squares and triangles. [

k, his graduation, he moved to Philadelphia Intimates (and sectaries) avow he does some n ___

and within a year he had started his own of his best thinking in these moments. _

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'3y PHIL STOUGHFive limited to literature distributedto three years, is a mechanic em- low property tax. and. at the telephone service. "Mr plan
voters. ployed in Civil Service at the same time strengthen the zoning would cost no more than the

candidates.running for City registration books show U. S. Naval Air Station. Jack- laws. I am for good gov- one used new but would be

z two seats on Orange Park's that 758 persons -less than 50 sonville. He is a native of ernment. more effective." Carlisle

$ -1 five-man City Commission per cent of those eligible Hastings. Mr. DuPont says he Mr. Brown. Jr.. 33, is a local pledged to -devote every effortto
$ what registered to vote in this year's believes in the growth of real estate broker. A graduateof I improving the cttjr inehtd-
next Tuesday face appears class of lag filling the belie in the
election.In Orange Park as an overflow Stetson University I
t to be a wide-open con- last year's race only 122 community in the Jacksonvillearea. 1948. he is a Korean War vet-!I(streets -1 want the ..'. business

j.k sv votes were cast when an un- Also "we need a sewage eran. He strongly recommendsa to be conducted on the
test.The comprehensiveplan top of the table. I want to see
two candidates receivingthe opposed candidate ran: whereas disposal plant here. In his long-range
number of votes two years ago in a four- appraisal of the city's needs. for the orderly growth of II Orange Park pow."
highest way race. 597 votes were cast. he concluded the $79.000 bud- Orange Park. "We must main Mr. Broom 54. has since
will be elected to serve for This Tuesday's election may get was not sufficient. tain Orange Park as a dignified I January 1. been sales manager

: terms of three years. better the voting total of two I Mr. Morris. 42, has been a and desirable residential for Florida Limited and Realty

Issues in the campaign range years ago.Candidates. I member of the Commission for community. This will require a Corp.. and was formerly with

from orderly growth of Orange who have qualI- six years. He also serves as city stronger zoning commission & Jacksonville realty firm

't S Park, stronger zoning laws a fied for the election and win, building Inspector, street commissioner and zoning ordinances along Broom rtttred as a Navy: lieu-
sewage disposal plant ade- appear on the official ballot! building commissioner -' with long-term financing for tenant commander in 196. He
.: In a public Improvement. is active as a scout leader. He
Herbert and tax assessor.
Charles L. DuPont. -
and financing
# budget are:
Mr. Scarbrough' not only hunts progress tnrkey. In all his;hunting,.he Is a formidable 89 of said.be would try to make a
taxation fire department to H. Morris. Frank W. statement of position. Mr.Morris "Doc Carlisle owner
and industries for'Clay County; he Is an expert adversary. He bagged his biggest quarry this street repairs. So far as is Brown Jr.. Rutherford T. Carlisle e said.. "I believe Orange day County Drug, Company better town out of the best

and enthusiastic huntsman willing to drive tot week. It seems likely he will put down his gun known there will be no public and Harley H. Broom. Park should make itself attractive advocates employment tof two town In north Hertda." He advocated -

the Rockies: for an antelope, or at the point of for a while now and aim at specific Industrial speeches on these issues by can ,tYro DuPont? 41 years old a as a top residential full-time firemen replace the streeger zeafe? con
Photos by Kola didates. Campaigning will be member cZtthe. Commission for area. It should maintain its present costly police and fire troJ.LONGB .
wild prospects.
a highbred dog .t.oo after dock. quail or .. .., ::




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CTay! { (Eounf y (Eresceut THURSDAY JANUARY 81. 10M r


County: CtesceutMI tli1tkerb7 Clay Hill I The Gift Outright

A man visited us last week had a fight with something on By ROBERT FROST

to public DUNCAN GRONER rods, or Introducing the back porch cussed it real
hold the maxim no less applicable selling lightning The land was ours before we were the land's.
the sale of them. He good and chased it off the
affairs, that honesty is always; the meetingIn has damned others because land than a hundred years
than to private At Its organizational the pretty little porch and out of the yard but She was our more
/ Green Cove tomorrow night, they behaved. as if they were was selling her people. She was ours
best policy.. that whirls around on top continued to bark. course Before we were
/ GEORGE WASHINGTON the new Committee of 100 will vying for the papacy In the part
that called for the 410 and alight
of the house to show you In Massachusetts. In Virginia
...... taste the first sweet fruits of Year of Our Lord. 1500. so the sick lady crawledout
the wind Is blowing as still colonials
way But we were England's,
; success. And If there were ever In suggesting that a broad especially of bed and went to see
: don't know anyway
Thanks an axiom that was universally I public backing will be beneficial if we If we step outside the what was wrong. The dog was Possessing'what we still were unpossessed by.

,_ true. It Is that success breeds to the purposes of the door. Another man was to trying to climb a sweet myrtle Possessed by what we now no more possessed.

debt of grat- success. Committee of 100 (whose aim come along and sell the rod- tree still barking his head off. Something we were withholding made us weak;
The people of Clay County owe an incalculable I think at this great turning it is to drag the County, kick- or wire-or whatever that Thought he had chased a Until we found It was ourselvesWe

itude to those who have been directly instrumental In usheringIn point in the destiny and futureof ing and screaming Into 1963). runs along on top of the roof.I neighbor's cat, but when that were withholding from our land of living
Clay County, no one can fail I do not suggest that anyone another man would big bunch of moss turned its
the County's new era. State to realize that we are for need regard its leaders or mem- suppose along and Install I head around to look at me it And forthwith found salvation in surren :0.
government have to come
We are speaking, of course, of those In the who the first time In many a decade bers as perfect. It is peurile to the apparatus, then another to was a possum, and it got shot! Such as we were we gave ourselves outright

at Tallahassee. and those In the Federal government In business. It will take pretend that anyone is perfect. see if it all worked correctly,: The dog got to gnaw this pos- (The deed of gift was many deeds of war)

negotiated the purchase of the base by the State. time and the physical manifestations I I We can sit around and debate and no telling how many more sum to his own satisfaction. All To the land vaguely realizing westward.
of industrialization to the frailties of anyone and It of the
native to of the time the man
In Tallahassee. Governor Farris Bryant, Clay County would have to come along ( But still unstoried. artless, unenhanced.
home the to will nowhere.
bring point many get us and
residentand all of It to you as house was sound asleep
Secretary of State Tom Adams, and a former explain Such as she was, such as she would become.
IOn Jarrard, doubting thomases. Broad public backing of the long as they thought we poor didn't know a big hunt was in
friend of the Count Ed Larson and Wendell There will be, I suspect, some County's progress must be an country Jakes have a dollar progress. When he awoke his (Editor's Note: Mr. Frost, who died this week at the age of 88,

Chairman,of the Florida Development Commission, have pulled among us who will continue to awareness that this is 1963; they can get. That Is one time wife and his dog had to show' recited this poem at the Inauguration, two years ago. of President

all the stops and. thank the Lord, successfully so In long for the days of yore when that this is Florida, the fastest these suckers didn't bite. We the big catch they had made. Kennedy. Not only for this reason but beacuse of what it

the base In saving it from salvage and public sale. In the Navy was here (spending growing state in the Union, ,can tell which way the wind (Wonder which was the proud: says to all Americans It is destined to become one of the classic
securing public servant, an officialof most of its money In Duval and that Clay County has unique, I blows without running out to est the dog or the woman?) poems of American literature.) 0
Atlanta Ralph Deede a dedicated St. Johns counties); when Bur- God-given advantages, that look at that gadget and ligth- Anyway, there is one less possum -

General Services Administration, has performed services far lington Industries was here; with the proper public atti- ning would bs ashamed to to catch chickens. We saw woods last week showing the CONTRIBUTIONS FOR TB

above and beyond the call of duty In his now successful attempts when a plastics company with tude we can now move quickly strike a poor old dilapidated lights searching over the field real picture of this farmingsection HaT you contributed to the

to save the base from salvage. less than a score of employes from a depressed area into a house like this one. Anyway, earlier in the evening at John and learning who ?
let these friends down. was about to occupy the hand- boom area. the Lord who gives us life can Wilkinson, wonder If he was wishes soil surveys made to determine 1963 Christmas Seal campaign
Let us resolve that we shall not now some new structure: between Ways of backing the alma of protect us from lightning much possum hunting? I the crops best suited R. P. Milberger association

Our thanks will be In our acts acts indicating enthusiasm Green Cove and Orange Park. the Committee of 100 are better than any lightning rod for this section. This seems to president, said that less than

and a determination to make the best use of what we now As an alumnus and as a countless and varied. We need can! What do we need with Our Highland pastor calledon be a wonderful help for the $1,500 has been raised In the
working newspaperman I the best public officials we can one? the sick woman (Bessie farmers in this section. As we County so far. Contributionsmay
have: somehow oughtto Strickland) Wednesday of last do not farm be mailed to the Clay
watched the transfer of au- find: and we at this house anymore
thority at the prep school I had find a way of having candidates Well, we learned that no- week, to see how she was re- it will not help us any County Tuberculosis and
will bark at a covering. He found her sitting whom this Health Assn.. P. O. Box 96.
attended from the hands of the for public office debate good dog of ours but there are others
Vote. Be Happy Ifs 63The founding family to those of a the issues at public meetingsand possum. He had been chasing up by the fire crocheting. Said will help greatly. Green Cove.
brilliant young outsider a for- of making public their something at night, but we he expected to find her In bed

mer Rhodes scholar who when views on how they would solve could never learn what it was. but as long as she can sit up
election In Orange
Important aspect of next Tuesday's that his first bark and dash she will be up. He also called
that each of he took over, changed some of our problems. This means After VOTE FOR
Park Is not the Individual candiates but rather Nellie Wilkinson to see how
the old-tlmey ways. And I everyone eligible to register in after the "booger" we on
the 758 registered voters there takes the time to vote for the watched members of the found- every election should: bestir not see or hear him any more, she was recuperating. She is

two ablest candidates. The results will then represent candidates a mani- Ing family sit around clucking himself and register and hav- couldn't find him when we getting along very well also. FRANK W. BROWNfor
festation of democracy and if the two best qualified for him. One night
their disapproval because ing registered should inform would hunt
are not elected It will be then only because the voters did not things weren't as they used. to himself of the Issues, the prob- not long ago and of course it Allen Lastinger, who works

think so.The. be. They clucked so loudly and lems and of how each candi- had to be a night this old with the Soil Conservation

issues of the campaign are precisely those which mightbe so long, the young man finally date stands. And then vote.I hunter was too sick to be disturbed Service in Clay County was to CITY COMMISSIONER, ORANGE PARK

found In any growing progressive community. Tighter zon- picked up his hat and departed would not for a moment he let out some barks, I see us folks in this neck, of theDr.

ing restrictions which are vitally necessary to the future well- :and the school was left with a impugn the civic morality or on Tuesday and you will vote for
being of the town civic planning and Improvement, taxation disciple of the Old Order. It sense of public duty of any of

etc. has suffered, almost irreparably the five candidates who will
By far, the most Important of them are embodied In a at his hands, but thingsare run next week for two seats on Albert M. Malaterre 9 Business Experience

long-range plan which takes into consideration the town's still being done the way' the Orange Park City Commis-

orderly growth (and that means more stringent zoning controls they used to be. sion. I do have, however, very Chiropractic Physician O Long-Range Planning

and a plan for step-by-step civic Improvements, ranging all the The moral of this is, I think, definite personal opinions on An Educated Understandingof
way from a sewage disposal system to better streets). that we In Clay County must',,the relative abilities and capabilities announces the opening of his I

Within another few weeks, Green Cove voters will face the now realize the old order has i of these candidates. Aft- New Offices

same challenge. In Green Cove, eligible voters may still register changed: we face a new day; er Interviewing each one of

for the election of two city commissioners early In March.It things must be done differently. them last week. I think their 1632 Hwy 17' N. Orange Park. Fla. ORANGE PARK

is unfortunate that in both towns there will be no public I am disposed to believe relative talents are manifest. PHONE: 264-9587

confrontation, of all ,the candidates at a meeting of voters. It' that changeforthesakeofchange Regardless of my own views, I VOTE
was through this method that Richard Nixon's candidacy for Is the order of the day. hope the people of Orange Park By AppointmentHOURS

defeated and John Kennedy was elected. For we can In the future, will turn out and vote. Then
the Presidency was scarcely conduct our business, they will get what they want : Monday Wednesday & Friday -,9 a.m. to 8 p.m. FRANK W. BROWN
other commu-
For If the voters of Orange Park or any I
the business of moving ahead, and If they find they chose Closed Thursday & Saturday Afternoons
to decide
nity in any democratic government on earth are
worse than it has been done. wrong, the burden will lie on
Intelligently as between candidates tor public office the decision -
ought to be wrought out of public debate of the Issues, Change will entail some mis- them: not on someone who
not mail order solicitation of votes. takes; and there are those who railroaded. through a candidate
i hold that to do nothing is to of his choice. I :yI

. I I incur no mistakes. There Is The glory of democratic gov-
FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS nothing deadly about making ernment Is not so much free-

mistakes so long as we recog- dom of speech as it is the responsibility I IDEA: build the fun in.
By FRED O.Chairman DIc INSON, m., industrial and effort so complicated today Is so that complex it nize and admit and rectify that is vested In THE FORD .

citizen to speak freely
The Florida CmxocJI of 100 can only come to those areas them. every
which provide that talent and The summon to this new and to choose openly. build the out!
With the rapid approach of the worry
ability. We have it In Californiaand order from, shall we say, a The Committee of 100 has
biennial session of the state leg-
we are dedicated to provide well-intentioned wrong way to given the County a platform, a
Mature it is Imperative that weFlorida's In i even more of it in the future. an empirical right way i place from which there can be Spend fifteen minutes at your Ford Dealer's-see how much difference the right Idea

reexamine the field of higher education.position We are entitled to be rewardedfor will come I hope, from the free discussion open to all. Ifanyone makes! These cars are more fun than cars have ever been before. The Super Torque Americans liveliest
have created. Gov- most care-free carsl
This is necessary If the private ernor Brown we could have added leadership and members of the doubt that, let him look Ford (foreground) has V-8's up to 405 horsepower,a $10 million ride, rich Interiors and

dtircus' In our state are to be that civilian type industry in the Committee of 100. But to go at the membership of the Com- luxury features like an optional Swing-Away steering wheel. The sleek new Fairlane
able to advise the members of technical field has back to my cliches, you can mittee's advisory council. FORDJ.
scientific and Let middleweight (center) is quick nimble, solid as a bank-and offers America's newest
the legislature to the needsof lead a horse to water but you Success breeds success.
as poured into California at an even .
( ) with dash of fun including the first Falcon -
our educational system. greater rate than governmental can't always sell him on its us resolve that the marvelous V-8J Don't miss top-now a new ,
Everyone truly Interested! In the I contracts, because of these same benefits. In short, the Committee achievements of 1963 shall not convertible.The 63 cars from Ford are designed to be less trouble than cars have ever 1IACn SOr

welfare of our state Is most hopeful -' factors. of 100 will need the enthu- now be turned to ashes because been before.They're tight,quiet,solid as they come-and all* have Ford's Twice-a-Year .

that the special study now Because these states have not siastic backing of some 20.000 things may be done dif- (or 6,000-mile) Maintenancel cxnpi r ko.SUM 8ul1IICI CM waste IlUWoI'NIf'
being conducted by a team of moved in this field. Michigan In- persons in the County. ferently. Let us resolve that no
under direction of the diana Illinois Ohio and Wisconsin .
experts THE CRESCENT has backed i one shall cluck his disapprovalso
State Board of Control will present have lost serious ground in of
that this group
the Committee of 100 and before loudly
obtaining defense contracts. TIME i
true guidelines along which
our higher educational system magazine on August 10, 1962, it. the Committee of 25, men the most powerful force 1
may be Improved so that Florida stated in part: because its leadership and ever created In Clay County, y.
can take advantage of the opportunities "Already some of the areas losing members transacted their busi- picks up their hats and de- t ,
offered to her In the ground are beginning to get ness openly. THE CRESCENT parts. I G.ft .
the In the Chicago
space age.There message. area.
Is no doubt bat what Northwestern University and Illinois
any accelerated program win be I Institute of Technology are

costly: bat we must somehow both planning new research cen- REAL ESTATE:
meet this cost if we are to develop -ters. In Pittsburgh six institutions :
and move forward. are teamed up to projecta -
And while weighing the cost huge education center with a INSURANCE APPRAISALS ;
and the effort needed to developa by-section devoted to research. [
truly fine scientific and technical Both cities hope to lure talent ftr ft// :

educational system we should as well as keep it. Politicians Frank W. Brownand I
always remember and considerthe i have begun to catch up: both
experiences: In other states.I Michigan's Governor .John Swain- Associates
May I give you several facts son and Chicago's Mayor Richard I 't Tf.
and figures which Governor Brownof Daley have trekked to the Phone
California on "Meet The Press"on White House to protest the slighting 1800 U. S. Highway 17 CO 4-9504 j
October 14, 1962 related: One of their regions.** Orange Park
of the members of the panel Defense Secretary McNamarahas
asked him: "California Is now told Michigan that they are Fine Fsteri Z-Door ion

Retting 25 per cent of all of the losing defense business because of
Defense Department expendituresand their failure to support their uni
versities. U.S. News' and World
41 per cent of all expenditures
for research and develop Report on August 20th of last
ment. Do you not think It Is unfair -year said in effect that the na Special this Weekat
for California to get a per' tion's arsenals of World War II
centage that is so much larger are failing to get their share of
than any other state receives) existing contracts: in defense and
To this Governor Brown replied: I space. I say to you this Is true A&P !
"We have an area of wonderful' because they have failed fa the your
climate; we have an area where field of advancing higher! educa- I FetrYee i0C 'ports cows ,
people want to come to live: we tion.We II
have for many years devoted the, have given you the facts
largest part of our budget to from other states In similar situations SOLID BLOCK ...
higher education; and we have to ours and we hope that -
more .brains, ability and talent Florida can profit by the successes N,
than any other place in Ameri and failures of the states NUTLEY OLEO
ca." He further stated: fTbe cited. .

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REPORTER ELIZABETH! GRONEB21&.U6. re'en ([oue ews =


The Clay Blue Devils lost Clay CountyServicemen STATE AND COUNTY MISS BETTY HOWERTON

PHOTOS BY KOZA two games this week; one to Events While building activity in : A shower honoring Miss Bet-

Fletcher, the other to P. K. Florida during the first 11 ty Howerton was given last

The Hilltop Photo Studio Yonge. The WeekJan. months of 1962 totalingmore Thursday by Mrs. Gother Mar-

High scorers In the Fletcher Marine Corporal S. Washington than $1 billion drop- tin and Mrs. Ray Kledzik at

We will cover your game in which the Devils lost son of Mr. and Mrs. ped 8.1 per cent from the year- the home of Mrs. Martin.
and Jan. 31 Cattlemen's Assoc., Lee of Green Cove
Goolsby Washington
59-41. were
Photographic needs for earlier period it dropped 31..9per Some twenty friends were
1 12 Courthouse Annex 7:30 is with Fleet Marine
Danny Parker, each with p.m. serving
cent in Clay County. present and Miss Howerton received -
Portraits, Weddings, Church points.In :Feb. 1 Basketball. Clay HI. Force at the Norfolk Naval
These figures were released many lovely gifts.
Social and Fraternal the game against P. K. vs. Sante Fe, home game. Base. He recently reenlisted for last week by the University of Miss Howerton will be mar-
Yonge that ended with a score 6:30.: 8 p.m. six years. A graduate of Dun- ried on February 9 to Sgt.
OccasionsFor Florida's bureau of Economicand
And of 53-49, high scorers for the Feb. 2 Hibiscus Circle, GCS bar High School Washington Business Research.In Thomas Scott.
Call Devils were Tommy Clark who Garden Club Dinner Jr.-Hi } ror 4 entered the service in September -
scored 14 points and Bob Brad- Cafeteria. 5-8 pjn. 1954.ORANGE. the 11-month period 61.-
GENE KOZA 353 new nonfarm dwelling units For the Best Deal in TownCheck
ley 11.The. Feb. 4 Rotary Club Meth-
.... ... '1 AVENUE CHURCH were constructed in the State, Our Classified Section
six home odist Church 7 ;
Devils will host p.m. .:
....... .....". '. ... .t.eo. .."..... ... ,.<' -1 RATES IN MUSIC FESTIVALThe compared to close to 67.000 in
2849268GREEN games in the coming weeks. Wayside Horsemen Club
Girls games begin at 5:30 meeting 8 pm. A chicken pilau dinner which will bz ha.I at t;:: Jon,or choir of Orange Avenue I the same period of 1961. In

COVE SPRINGS o'clock; the "B" team at 6:30 Wesleyan Service. Guild High School this Saturday, February 2, from 5 to 8 by the Baptist Church made an "A" Clay County 173 units were CLAY THEATRE
in the associational mu- constructed, to 254 in
and the varsity at 8 o'clock. Methodist Church 8 pm. Hibiscus Circle of the Green Cove Garden Club is to raise rating compared
sic festival held last Friday in the 1961 period.PENTECOSTAL.
Cabul Lodge, Masonic Hall funds to landscape the barren grounds of Clay High School Mn Jam! Carnthers, Mgr.
St. Augustine's Ancient City
8 pjn pictured above. All are urged to attend. Tickets are $1.10 for show
Church. fon. thin Fri. one only
P VE'liURB Feb. 5 GCS Women's Golf adults and 60c for children. Photos by Kota Baptist
iiKcEN MARKET Association 9 ajn. Under the direction of Mr. HOLINESS Box office opens 7:15 p.m.

Jaycees, Qui-Si-Sana Hotel John Lewis; Highsmith direc- CHURCH Feature Begins 7:45 pjn.

EEC{ END SPECIALS 7:30 pm.Ladies Social NotesMrs. tor of music at the church the \.ermont1'ee Sat.-Sniu 2 p.m. continuous
choir sang special arrange
Aux., VFW, 7:30
1/2 gal. 48 J ments of two numbers: "Sweet Green Core Springs
FRESH MILK < WSCS Methodist Church of Alliance relatives and friends. .
Margaret Cox Hour of Prayer" and "When I Wed. A Than.-Jan. 30, 31
loaves pm.Basketball Ohio is here for a visit Survey the Wondrous Cross." Ton have a PARRISH
1 FRESH BREAD 25 Clay Hi. vs. St. with her brother-in-law antsister Mrs. Hervey Robinson, Mrs.'lay Along with choirs from St. Au- Special Invitationto Troy DonahueFri.
Augustine, home 6:30: and Mr. and Mrs A. L Gar Kledzik and Mrs. Gother gustine and Palatka Baptist attend

BANANAS 5'6s"LONG 25 8 pm. ragues. Vlartin left this week to spenda churches the Green Cove Church and Sunday School Sat-Feb. 1 fDEVIL'S
B.P.O. Does Elks Club. 8 pm. few days at Winter Gardens!
church was rated in its per- HAIRPIN
i GRAIN MONOGRAM City Commissioners City Mrs. C .R. Willison, :Mrs. in Orlando as the guests of formance by qualified judgesin Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Cornel 1171dealso

t 5 1e. bag Hall, 8 pm. Helen Shaw and Mrs. M. C. Mrs. Martin's daughter.Mr. the field of sacred music. Preaching 11:00 a.m.
RICE 59c, Ladies Guild of Sacred Heart
Carlley, members of the Green Members of the soprano section Sunday Kite Serv. 7:00 p.m.
Parish Hall. 8 pm. Cove Springs Garden Club attended and Mrs. Harry Black- of the choir : the Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. EXCUSE MY DUST
QUICK COOKLNQ Feb. 7 VIA Women's Club ire
Red Skelton
a demonstration of arrangements mon and their daughter Dor- Misses Jean Rivers, Carol Riv-
I GRITS 5 lb. bag 29 Luncheon Meeting 12 noon, with an Oriental othy Ann, left last week on a ers, Frankie Rivers JudyStough Pastor, Rev. J. C. Maynor
VIA Bldg. Phone EV 95830CHURCH
flair last Wednesday In Palat- trip to Jamaica. Judy Scarbough. Mrs. Sun., Mon., Tues. A Wed.
B.P.O.E., Elks Club 8
303 SIZE CANS GA. RED pjn. ka. This was held in Palatka's Philip Stough Mrs. Dorothy Feb. J, f, 5, A C
8 cans Order of Rainbow for Girls Civic Center where luncheonwas Mrs.\. William Croft has returned Conger, Mrs. Robert Myers
? served at noon. The Gar- from a weeks visit with Mrs. Ed Heney, and Miss Eloise NOTICE
Charles E. Bennett P-TA den Club of Palatka was host- her daughter in Atlanta. McBee. Ells Presley
pjn.CCRMC ess to a large number of Gar- The alto singers are Mrs. C. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CORN 8 cans 99 Unit, Clubroom, 7:30 den Club members. i RAINBOW GIRLS PRESENT Holt Foster and Mrs. Vera SOCIETYCor. Than. a Fri.-.Feb. 7 A S

pm. I Moody. Tenors Ed Seney
BLUE LAKGREEN CUT and Phil Stough. Bass singersare
Debra Monaghan, daughterof N. Magnolia Ave Jeff Hunter
8cani TALENT NIGHT Mr. and Mrs. William T. local chapter of Rain- Robert Myers and Leonard
BEANS 99f -
The Green Cove Springs Monaghan of Fellowship Park bow Girls presented a check Showalater. GREEN COVE SPRINGS ATTRACTIONS
; SMOKED Junior Woman's Club will present has returned home from Clay for $50 to Clay Memorial Hos- Accompanist to the choir at
bytheslab talent night on March 15. Memorial Hospital where she pital last Monday. In present- ,the festival was Mrs. C. W. Services held Sundayat Viking* Trapeze

BACON 29t The contest will be open to all underwent an operation for ing the check. Miss Leslie Rowe Scarbrough. 11 a.m. Feb. 10-13
stated that all members of the
with nice prizes for appendicitis.
age groups Subject: LOVE Lady And The Tramp
PURE LARD gal jars 39 all age groups. For registration chapter wished to help the hospital MELROSE HOMEDEMONSTRATION andAlmost
February 3. 1963A
call Mrs. W. B. Lucas Jr.. Admiral and Mrs. Chauncey in the care of patients CLUB

WE RESERVE QUANTITY RIGHTS 284-9633. Tryouts are to be Moore returned home last week but since age was a limiting The Melrose Home Demon- cordial Invitation is extendedto Angels
; 14-16
extended visit with factor they decided on a con- Feb.
held on Feb. 23. from an stration Club of Alachua Coun- attend our services.
tribution to help where they
ty met on January 24 at 2
could not physically help to
o'clock at the home of Mrs.
serve and they would appreciate -
Francis Cole.Officers I
it if the contribution couldbe
were installed as

GeigersSemiAnnual equipment.In for purchase. of nursery follows president: ;Mrs.Mrs. Clarabelle Grace Perry Al-, E Z WAY LAUNDRY & CLEANERS

accepting the contribution dermann vice-president; Mrs.

the Administrator informed George Wheeler secretary; Phone 284-6041
the group that the hos- M r s. Marguerita Schroeder

pital was in need of a new treasurer; Mrs. Car m e II t a OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

formula sterilizer In the nurs- Float, assistant secretary, and

ery and. with their approval Mrs.Polly Price and Mrs. Float 8 Ail 6 PM
he would purchase this and the delegates.Mrs. .

SALEBEGINS balance of the contribution Edythe Nicholson the Magnolia Street Green Cove Springs
CLEARANCE would only be used for nursery retiring president, handed Mrs.

equipment. He thanked the Perry the gavel who an-
group not only for himself but nounced her committee chair-

for the Board of Directors and men: Mrs. Marguerita Schroeder RESTAURANTS

THURSDAY, JANUARY 31ST the entire hospital staff for Bazaar; Mrs. Mildred CANARY INN
their interest and willingnessto
Spurock, Citizenship and Civil
i be of service to our hospital.As Defense; Mrs. Edythe Nicholson. Owned and Operated by H. Undsey)

a casual remark the Administrator Clothing and Textiles; IS NOW

said that of all the Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder, Family .

ALL LAUIE& GINS BOYS SWEATERSV2Price hospital staff he believes the Life; Clarabelle Aldermann REOPENEDSpecializing
Night Staff would be most appreciative and Beatrice Schroeder. Food

as the formula_sterilizer Conservation; Louise Miller,
in Fine Foods .
would make their work so Safety; Frances Hilliard, Beau-

much easier and simpler. Pres- tification; Alma Price. Sun- STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOOD
entation of the check was made i shine; Macie Allen. Personal
by Miss Leslie Rowe and Miss! Improvement; Louise Miller, HOURS-Monday thru Friday-8 A3L I P.3L

Judith LeClaire. Recreation, and Ella Simmons Closed SaturdayOpen
DevotionaL I Sunday until 2 P.M.

Present were 17 membersand Jet. Hwy. 16 A: IT Green COT Spring
three visitors: Buelah Perry Phone 2S4-3181

Seven courses are being offered guerite Lyle. Assistant Home

SKIRTS BLOUSES CAPRI PANTS PEDAL PUSHERS in Green Cove Springs Demonstration Agent, Mrs.
Orange Park, and Keystone Elizabeth C. Ahrens gave a INTRODUCINGThe

Heights this spring semester by very Interesting demonstrationof

St. Johns River Junior College.Dr. table setting. Hoover LARKThe

Earl S. Weldon. Director of

I Extended Services announcedthat COMPLETESEPTIC brand new, featherlight cleaner that cleans
j/3 off courses will be offered in
several subjects. TANK your floors and your stairs, too!

Green Cove Springs classes Sales & Service

will meet at Clay High school.
I English Literature will be of- SERVICECleanouts

fered on Wednesdays. Physical ABC TV SERVICE

RACKS OF APPAREL EXTRA SPECIAL 1/2 OFF F F Science Survey will meet on
TWO BIG Mondays as will a course In Repairs Authorized dealer of Hoover Appliances

Florida Heritage.
Orange Park classes: will meet InstallationsORANGE Phone 214-6381 I
1500 Idlewild Ave. Green Core Sprint
at Orange Park high school.I PARK
SEMIANNUALSHOE On Tuesdays Freshman Eng;' 264-6171

THE SALE YOU LOOK FORWARD TO EACH SEASON S lish will I be and offered.Federal On Government Thursday, GREEN COVE SPRINGS

a course In Logic Is being of- 284-3860 Hear programs of

Ladies SALE fered.In Keystone Heights one 969-1952 STARKE FINE .

.OO course. Freshman English H :
EVERY SECOXD PAIR $1| will meet Thursdays at Key- U 1.0 AnswerCall RECORDED ? ,.

stone high schooL Jacksonville SACRED .
Shoes AH evening classes start at SP 1-3548

7:00 and close at 9:45. Instructors MUSIC
will be faculty of St. i : .- -' .

earned. Registration fee Is $5

ONLY $1OOCET with course fees at $30 for ON

credit students. Audit students Free Estimates

(not for credit) pay only the .

$5 registration fee. AMASON'SComplete

YOURS EARLY BEFORE STYLES & SIZES ARE DEPLETED The for public these courses Is urged which to register area Septic Tank WAYR550THURSDAY

part of a' program of adult Service .
education-. I



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Scouts Seek Goodwill Bags

Franks Events Boy Scout Troop 24 of
Orange Park is joining other

SIIOE REPAIR SHOP The WeekOrange ..,, t. Scouts In the greater Jackson-
Frank Fecclo -- ville area in distributing Goodwill Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size

Expert Shoe Repairing bags this Saturday to Dish Miller Tires-Autolite BatteriesCor. J.
Orange Park Boat Club Installation homes in Orange Park.
Dying All Leather and Fabric Shoes
"All Kinds of Leather Work" Dinner Thursday.Jan. r ;T's All residents are urged to cooperate Park and King Jacksonville Fla
31, at 7:30 pjn. at
by the
bags with
1712 Highway 17 Orange Park SV;: 9-3027 nr EV 4-6491
Beach Road Chicken House. used repairable clothing and
1t.. 7Rf
Boy Scout Troop 24 Distributes household goods. The Boy ANDORANGE
Goodwill Bags Sat., Feb. 2.
Scouts will return on the follOwing -
Civil Defence Radiological Saturday Feb. 9, to collect PARK
The feeling of our enchanted city lies mainly in the
Monitoring Course Monday the filled bags. ,
attitude of its citizens. The necessity to register and voteaccordln& Feb. 4, at 8 pjn. at # .. -
Orange Park Elementary : :_ ., ;
to the dictates of your mind is a sacred privilege.Do School. ".

Orange Park Lionellas Monday Pictured left to right: Mrs. Grace Brozek, Mrs. Agnes
not abuse It. Our future is at stake. Back up the Com- Where The Best Is Better"QXLY
We Collect
Feb. 4, at 8 pjn. at the Cuendet. Mrs. Maybelle Manning, Mrs. Christine Wilson, Mrs. x.

mittee of 100 by attending the next meeting, February 1. Lions Club. Margaret Nelson Mrs. Benlah Hollingworth. .< Electria
Orange Park Municipal Elec-
8 p.m., which will be held at the Junior High auditorium. tion Tuesday Feb. 5, polls SENIOR COUNCIL HD CLUBS and
7 7 in Social NotesSpending INSTALL NEW OFFICERSMrs. -
to the
open pjn.
Learn what is going on be a booster not a rooster. t t+_ D EST
Town Hall. Beulah Hollingsworthof i TelephoneBills
Orange Park Civitans Tuesday the week with Mr. the Doctor's Inlet Home I FOR YOUR
This space donated by the Florida State Wide Realtyof Feb. 5, at 7 p.m. at and Mrs. William Courtney of Demonstration Club was elect- NEEDS

Jacksonville. 1513 San Marco Bird. EX 8-9836. 31c Charlie's Restaurant. East Holly Point Road are her ed to the presidency of the
Methodist Women's Society of uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Clay County Senior Council of .
adv. Christian Service-will not Malcolm Brown of Martins- Home Demonstration Work on
meet this Wednesday, because burg. W. Va. The Browns have Tuesday. Jan. 22, at the Mid- HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGS

of training course. just come up from Sarasota, dleburg Civic Building. Electedto Get It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE
Orange Park High School where they visited his sister serve with her were Vice

Announcing Boosters Wednesday, Feb. Mrs. Carl F. Nelson, Lawrence. President Mrs. Christine Wilson -
6 at 8 pjn. at the High Kansas who has been vaca- Hilltop Club. Green Cove
I School. tioning there. Springs; Secretary Mrs. Agnes 1922 Highway 17 Phoi, 564-6831 Orange Park
Harley H. Broom Orange Park Women's Club Cuendet, Keystone Heights; .
i Thurs., Feb. 7, at 9:30 ajn. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirill of Treasurer Mrs. Grace Brozek -
W. E. Cherry School P-TA West Holly Point Road attended -- -
I Meadowbrook Club and Coun- ---- -
I Thurs.. Feb. 7, at 7:30 pjn. the wedding of her brother cil Delegate, Mrs. Maybelle
at the school. Dr. Allen Forest Langhorne in Manning Middleburg. CITY CLERK<
Doctors Inlet Civic Association Daytona Beach last Saturday. After the election, the new
i Thurs., Feb. 7. at 8 pjn. at They continued on to Mexico officers were installed by Mrs. RE-ELECT
I Doctors Inlet Civic Center. City for a week's vacation. Margaret Nelson Home Demonstration
Orange Park High School Sci- During their absence, Mrs. M. Agent.A .
i ence Fair Friday and Sat- D. Langhorne of Daytona short officer training
urday. Feb. 8 and 9. Beach is staying with the presented. A reviewof
course was Herbert MorrisCity
I young Kirills, Pete Tish, and the officer's handbooks was

3, REV. TOM RYAN Bill. followed by a film covering _

SPEAKS TO ViSCS Attending a seminar of per- good communication.A I
'"' Kitchen Band composed of
sonnel leadaers In Atlanta last
The Rev. Tom Ryan was Commissionerof
members of the Keystone
week was John Burton of West
guest speaker at the Wednes- Heights Club entertained the
Holly Point Road.
& day meeting of the Women's group with several musical r
1I Society of Christian Service at Mrs. Daniel Martin of East numbers played on kitchen '
the Orange Park Methodist Holly Point Road, has returned utensils. ,

Church. home from visiting relatives in The Middleburg Home Demonstration ,q ORAXGE PARK
First on the program was a Raleigh. N. C. Club served as host-
prayer group meeting. Then ess for a covered dish luncheon.
Mr. Ryan gave a resume of the The next meeting will be in "; '
Band Assn.
book. "Today's Children for March with the Keystone

OBAXGE PARK and CLAY COUNTY Tomorrow's closed with World.a luncheon.The The session Mar. 2 For ParadeThe Heights Club.WILBERT 0 For continued Municipal improvements.

as Sales Manager for WSCS met this week instead Mardi Gras Festivities, MELVIN REA e For Building and Zoning Laws to keep a healthy growth.
of at their usual tim. sponsored by the Band Association Services for Wilbert Melvin
FLORIDA LIMITED & REALTY CORP. the first: Wednesday of the of Orange Park High, will Rea operator of Bill's Service 0 To work with our Civil Defense.

month because of the rhurcb begin at 2 o'clock on Saturday Station In Orange Park who I To keep Equalization of Taxes.
1105 U.S. Hwy 17 Orange Park workers training courses whichare afternoon March 2, with a big died last week, were held Mon-
Phone Congress 44621 being conducted next weekat parade through Orange Park. day at the Orange Park Meth-
the Riverside Park Methodist The parade will form at the odist church. He was 57 years Your Support Would Be Ajtpreciated
Church in Jacksonvillp Moosehaven administ ration old. A native of New Jersey he
building, march up Moosehaven had lived in Orange Park more Vote YOUR Choice hut VOTE Tuesday, Feb. 5, 1963(

Parkway to Highway 17, and than five years. ----
then continue down the high-

way Bank to of the Orange parking Park.lot of The the Everything piles up handsomely in a Chevy H including savings

Corn Fed BeefU..t3. chuck wagon and carnival
booths will be set up there for Imagine a low-loading wagon roomy enough to CHEVY this one goes and goes on a gallon. They grow
the enjoyment of those attend- handle most anything you can heft-and still with brakes that adjust themselves. An exhaust
I ing the Raider Band concert.In trim enough to slip into cramped parking spots. system that lasts longer. And a DeicoLron
I We imagined it, built it and called it Chevy II.
the evening, a costume !CHEVROlET. generator that keeps battery reserve power up.
ball will be held at the high Made it as dependable as a wagon can get. Want to hear more? How about a low price,
PRIME U.S. CHOICE and U.S. GOOD I school cafetorium. Prizes will be And made it so it'll keep piling up savings natty interiors, Body by Fisher craftsmanship
awarded for the best costumes. over the years. Those show up in the way Keeps Going Great -and a talk with your Chevrolet dealer soon I

Halves and Quarters at WHOLESALE Music for dancing will be furn-
hed by the Golden Tones 5-
-iece combo. Country and
Cut, Wrapped) and Pre-Frozcn, for Home Freezers if DesiredCenter square dancing will be led by

Floyd Hazen. who assures
everyone:: that no previous
dancing experience is neces-
4 farrq .H I -TJi
sary. During the Ball the winners y J .t lJ
of contests for King and
Huntley Bros. Food Queen of Mirth and King and Z
Queen of the Mardi Gras will

be crowned.
ORANGE PARK Phone 264-6921 i/ Any adult not in school anda .
resident of Orange Park may
be sponsored as a candidatefor
I King or Queen of Mirth.
_- ,_ Only Orange Park High School
'C: __
students of 9th through 12th
., ,- ."' i I grades may be candidates for //ii i
King or Queen of the Mardi r 1 -:
; j 1 RE-ELECT Gras. Any organization or busi-

i ness desiring to sponsor a can-
iw ifJ didate Is asked to contact Mr-
or Mrs. Jim Reid.
I Joel Payne is in charge of :,.
a'# /; Charles L. duPont floats and parade units and .7i .rJ.7 'a _
he announces that awards will
I be given for the best ones.
Clowns are also needed for the

Commisionerof I parade. --
City Food chairman. Mrs. Edward : ---S :
Rowe asks everyone in _
the Band Association to bake 3 ww.: r;
t "'.: something for sale at the Mar- :
; di Gras: pies cakes cookies
:" .
ORANGE PARK brownies cupcakes etc.

; i!:, OES I ST.LL.TIOXMrs. y a J.i .

Marjorie Pattee was installed R
Worthy Matron of -
Our Community MUST Progress. : Orange Park Chapter 226. Or- 1- -r-
:; ,_ __ : -
der of the Eastern Star. In '
$0 %
Have Better Zoning and Building Laws. ,, :: :'-"
Keep Municipal Improvements within OUR Sources of Revenues. last Tuesday evening. flora 100 4-Door Passenger Slattern Wagon

S Maintain LOW Property Tax s. -. -" ?" .. I Serving Frances as Gray.Installing Past Officerwas Grand See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Chevrolet Chety II, Corrair and Confetti.

Matron. Mrs. Gray was assisted -
Tour by Melba Overstreet as Installing -
Support Would Be AppreciatedVote ROB-ERTSCHEVRO-ET'
Marshal. Hattie Pageas

YOUR Choice but VOTE Tuesday, Feb. 5, 1963 Installing Chaplain and
Clemmie King as Installing
Organ Orange and Park Green Cove Springs Phone 284-3033



a : r

1 OTtanSmilingest I THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, tlr..1 y
I w -
research post at Ann Arbor berg. Leonard ShowaHer, Carl
" Contest MHC& where Dr. May Louise Votaw is Swanson. Danny Howe I n.
instructor in clinical medicine. Buddy Howerin. Ronny CJevta-
Pi j Smile. Be Happy. it's 63 The couple have a boy Johnny, ger. Mark Webb and Roger
Penney FarmsReporter 3 and a girl Diana two years DeWitt.En .
i.j S old.
route to West Palm
l : : MRS. BENNETT CURTIS Robert Williamson entertained Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard
t The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. John to serve in the Vermont legis a group of school friends Gadow of Rehoboth Beau
lature. last Friday. Enjoying an eve- Deb. stopped over in Penney
) W Creighton of Winter Park
ning of dancing and refresh- Farms to visit their irIen s.
t I who visited in Penney Farms Last week. Mrs. Charles R. ments were: Gail Binns. Joan Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Myers.
recently have sold their home Crawford. Judy Clark. Joyce
Bair was admitted to Clay Me-
there and expect to occupy the morial Hospital where she underwent Kelsey Melba Bryan Susan Chief John Williamson stationed -
W Gregory apartment In house surgery. Called here D e n h a m, Sherri Clevinger, aboard the destroyer
Janet Spearman Nancy Newell USS Allen M. Sumner. left
by the illness of their
No. 301 on the campus. After
were the sons and their Jane Ann Harris Ann Williamson Thursday for Charleston. S. C..
serving as missionaries in Jon Stump Joey Sabotta, where the ship will be in dry
Mr. and Mrs. W. Baker Bair
i ,u w China for many years the Rev. North Scott Smith. Mike Bridges, Ray dock for a 6-week period. Mrs.
Hollywood Cal. and Dr.
Mr. Creighton was the PreSI- Pringle Johnny Jennings, Williamson and the childrenwill
Nebraska and Mrs. Roy A. Bair of West
JsA dent of Hastings College Palm Beach. Rickey Pringle Ronnie Ellen- remain in Penney Farms.
s aF and also a member of
the faculty of Westminster College -
of New Wilmington Pa.. The Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Miller -
Since retirement he has served of Mansfield Ohio were Your Watch Fixed
as interim pastor in several recent visitors at the W. H.
F 5 churches in the area of Winter Woodring home. They also Includes Cleaning-Oiling
called on the Rev. and Mrs. C.
I Park.Mr.. A. Miller and Mrs. E.R. Brown Adjusting Case polished &
( A. S. Barrows and the
one of these parts
Rev. Mr. Creighton are college
The Rev. Ralph G and Dr. $
s] Y Main
: classmates and the two couplesare Spring
A. R. Korteling were visited recently 5
friends of long standing. Nylon BandAll
by their daughter. May
Louise Votaw and family. Both Work Guaranteed for
_ \ :Nancy Brack. a student at Clay ilifF'" T1nt Harvey teller at the Keystone Bank Friday guests in the home of the daughter and husband are 1 Year
the Rev. and Mrs. B.H,Curtis medical doctors on the staff of
I .... ...,.."... were Mr. and Mrs. Erwin S. the University of Michigan ROY DAVIS, WatchmakerWe
Clark and Mr and Mrs. B. H.
.. Medical School.
Service all makes of Radios
I fi :-1:
; : ay'S After of fel-
a year
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Mrs. Estey is the pastor of lowship research in neural an-
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I !n Keystone Social NotesGuests a + I DESSERT FOR ST.PARTY ANNES KH Church News I

COMMUNITY CHURCH cember to the Burma area.

of Mr. and Mrs. DanIel Col. and Mrs. John E. Strong There are five of us Mrs.\. Christoffers reported on
The annual luncheon of the
Pater and family are Mr. and their son John. Jr.. are Inviting you to be our guest. the cooperation and prompt
Churchwomen will
Pater's mother Mrs. D. M. the new residents and ownersof w Twon't be much fuss Community contributions from the towns-

Pater and his uncle, Robert And St. Anne's Vicarage will be held at the Park of the people on the occasion of the
the home formerly Y'F
Aston, of Lyndhurst, N. J. be blesst. Palms on Feb. 11, at 1 o'clock recent fire which destroyed the
Pawlikowski d family.
the Joe
7sr There will be delicacies so Reservations may still be made Waldron home near Hampton.Mrs. .

Dr. Margaret Shaw an instructor The Strongs come from Balti- sweet- Christoffers is also a
by calling Mrs.\ Alma Frost
in the College of Phar- more. Col. Strong is employedat And countless friends with member of the local group who
3-4301 or Mrs. Gladys Haber-
macy at the University of the DuPont Highland plantat whom to gab- administer the transient welfare -
stroh. 3-4504. It is a rare opportunity -
North Carolina is spending a John will Some lovely baubles your fund under the Womans
Lawtey. Young en- for people to have
week's vacation with Miss Jean eyes will greet Club's sponsorship. All circle
ter the University of Florida such an outstanding personality -
''I t Whitmore, who lives on Key- And a few "surprises" that leaders reported large meetingswith
the second semester.Mr. as Dr. H. L. Fenton. Jr.. As-
stone Lake. might grab. Increased membership
; you sociate Director of the Latin

DO COME! America Mission. The public is end several winter guests were
Mr. and Mrs. S. Smithson of and Mrs. Charles P. Foster at the January 21 meetings.
THE TIME: invited. Price of the luncheonis
Kansas City are living in the Jr., are the parents of their Other Church Organizationsdoing
Wednesday, Feb. 6, 8 pjn. $1.50, which included grat-
Gallop Cottage on Lake Brook- second child a boy born at suties. good work include the
lyn for the winter. Bradford County Hospital last g men's club with William Warren -
Masonic Hall The board of trustees of the
Sunday morning. The child president; the youth fellowship -
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. King weighing 9% lbs.. will be }* b t THE EVENT: Community Church will meet recently reorganized -
Dessert PartyBenefitSt. Monday evening, Feb. 4, at 7:30 groups
and family have bought named Charles Pinkston Foster -
with directors
some new -
Anne's Fund
Building o'clock. New officers will be
Hal Hand home on Lakeview m. Mrs. Foster is the for- ; the Pioneers under the
Drive and have been living mer Kathy Ridaught, daughterof elected. leaaership of Tony Baker, for
Janet Elder
there for a while now. The Mr. and :Mrs. Harold Ri- 4 i. Mary Brpkas The executive board of the children from grades 1-5, and
Gloria Mur-
Jane Menzen.
I Kings come from Lawtey. Mr. daught of Keystone Heights.The Community Church met on meeting Sunday evenings at 7
rhee. Sylvia O'Connor
King is with the DuPont plantat Fosters live at Hutchinson Monday morning, at the edu- o'clock; and the junior youth

Lawtey. Four of the King Lake. cational building. Monthly group under Mr. and Mrs. J.

children go to Keystone WOMAN' CLUB plans and special programs for
i Miller Wrinkle, for children In
Heights School, another one Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelsonare ooY x 45k.' HEARS STATE VP the next two months were dis- grades 6 through 8. who also

High Mrs. Mark Emmel vice cussed, such as World Day of
attends Bradford County once more proud grand- pres- meet at 7 o'clock. Sundays.

School. parents. The new baby, son of ident of the Florida Federationof Prayer on March 1, and the The senior youth for

Mr. and Mrs .Fred W. Hart- Womans Clubs, was the Annual Silver Tea the date to i group
9 12
grades through
are reorganising
Del. principal speaker at the most be announced 1 ate r. Mrs.
mann of Wilmington, was and planning their
Murrhee born on Jan. 9. He is the recent meeting of the Keystone Charles Wallenlus. president,
under direction of
twelfth grandchild of the Nelsons' Womans Club In the presided. Mrs.\. Frank Hgen programs
Insurance Agency
elected officers and senior advisor -
Anyone who believes Community Church educational outlined the program for the
Mrs. J. W. Wildt. Mrs. A.
the doz r. building. March 4 evening meeting of
they are "Cheaper by
C. Holt conducts the Bible
; CARRY en" should consult Herb Nel- Mrs. Emmel spoke on the the churchwomen. Mrs. Grace
S study. They meet at 7:30
I on
ADEQUATE son. Federation's campaign to plant. Walz discussed Missionary Pro-

INSURANCE k PY d. ''a a-Se 30,000 pine trees annually in grams; Mrs. Marshall Gallop Sunday evenings.

the State. Through Its "Penniesfor and Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder Barry Wyman is the scout-
E Little Miss Erin Gay Owens
l Pines" campaign, the organization made reports, all indicating master for Boy Scout Troop
who born Jan. 18, became
was on -
105 and John Wrinkle is the
maintains seven substantial progress and
MURRHEE Holsinger Portrait
See: the ninth grandchild for
pine forests throughout the splendid cooperation of the assistant Scoutmaster.
Agent Mrs. Gertrude Christoffers.
Takes State. members. Committee chairmen
11 Phone 473-4786 Erin Gay, weighing 8 lbs., was Davenport-Johnson Wedding
New members present at the reporting were Mrs. H. I. Stevens -
born at the Baptist Memorial GARDEN CLUB OF
r Keystone Heights, Florida meeting were Mrs. E. A. Dempsey Mrs. Alma Frost Mrs. Ma- .
Hospital in Pensacola, Fla. THE LAKES :MEETS
Place in Charlotteville Virginia Mrs. Bernard Slocomb and bel Husbands; Mrs. Francis

Miss Gladys Tillis. Mrs. Hazel Egan Mrs. R. A. Gaunt Mrs.J. The Garden Club of the

Miss Robin Lee Johnson, box hats. All the attendants and Mr .and Mrs. Samuel Mc- McKay had as her guests Miss A. Williams;, Mrs. C. H. Ha- Lakes met for their regular

Brooklyn Supply HouseBuilding daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer carried bouquets of English Cord, Rochester New York. Gertrude Houser. Mrs. John berstroh and Mrs. Bert Christ- monthly meeting last Thursday

The bridegroom Is the grandson Davis, who has returned to her offers, Sr. Mrs: Williams reported at the home of Mrs. Richard -
L. Johnson, Jr.. of Lynch- Ivy.Mr.
Davenport served as best of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins Keystone home was also pres- 45 completely equipped Vogh president, of Lake

Supplies, Hardware burg, Va., and Daniel Denby man for his son. The ushers of Keystone Heights. ent. sewing bags were sent In De Santa Fe.KEAL .

Precast U Lintels All Lengths Davenport, son of Mr. and Mrs. were John F. Rainey of Ander- ..

Daniel Denby Davenport of son .S. C.. Glassel Slaughter

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Greer 8. C.. were united in Fitz-hugh, Jr., Robert E. Lee

Roy W. Tyre Phone 4734886REAL. marriage in Christ Episcopal both of Charlottesville. Va., Al- --.- -

I Church Charlottesville, Va.. banus Phillips, HI, of Cam-

last Saturday afternoon at 4 bridge, Md., George W. Daven- SHARp

o'clock, with the Reverend Her- port of Greer. S. C., John C. FORD DEALER

bert A. Donovan performingthe Richards, m of Winston-Sa- eUy
ceremony lem, N. C., Leland E. Burch of \. .:
The bride, who was given in Greer, S. C. j ANNUAL

marriage by her father, worea The wedding music w a splayed

traditional candlelight satin by Mrs. Martha Aylingof

gown with long tapered sleeves Charlottesville. Va.

and a portrait neckline. Scalloped A reception followed at the

Venice lace accented the home of the bride's grandpar- WIliERIPi.IAI1I

deep bertha collar and bandedthe

midriff and ended with a ents.Miss
Johnson attended St.
full chapel train. Her veil was
Anne's in Charlottesville Va.,
of imported illusion attached '
C. J. Tet O'Connor P.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297 and Stuart Hall.
I to a double Swedish Crown of

Alencon lace and pearls. The Mr. Davenport attended

Woodbury Forest in Orange.Va. .
bride's bouquet was of gardenias. -

.. the University of Virginiaand

is now attending the University -
Miss Karen W. Johnson sister -
of South Carolina Law
of the bride served as
S. E. McKAYREAL School. I
After 3 the
short gown of fern-green silk February couple

organza over taffeta with a will live in Columbia, S. C. BRAND-NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE! EXTRA SAVINGS FOR YOU! IMMEDIATE

ESTATE AND APPRAISAL SERVICE scooped neckline, cap sleeves, a Out of town guests included

draped midriff, and a matching Mr. and Mrs. George Edward DELIVERIES. EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE! HURRY IN-YOU WONT GET STUCKI! GET THE POINT?

pillbox hat of taffeta with circular Wiggins, Keystone Heights,

face veil. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Wilson
The bridesmaids were Miss Jr.. Lake City Mr. and Mrs.

PROPERTIES Alice Kent Julian of Ponte William B. Goodloe and sons,

Vedra Beach Miss Ellen Lind- Staunton. Va.. Mr. and Mrs.

say Rogan. Miss Patricia Braw- John D. Neff, Staunton Va.. This Falcon Fbtura is -
one of 6 convertibles
ley, both of Charlottesville Va.,
Keystone HeightsPhone -- -- -- .
in 3 sizes from Ford! : ,
and Miss Ellen Clara Davenport PUBLIC HEALTH
All with service-saving
I of Greer. S. C. The bridesmaids MEET FEB. 19
I features, some with
473-4816 wore gowns similar to
Mrs. Mertle LeClaire R.N.. bucket seats! .
I the maid of honor In a shadeof

mauve with matching pill- and Miss 'Fannie Dewer of the __

Clay County Dept. of Health

and Mrs. Carleton R. Clark.

president of the Clay County Save on a big Ford I

BACKING THE PROGRESS OF CLAY COUNTY Public Health Nursing Advis- Enjoy Ford Galaxie's! !''p
new $10 Million/ Ride (=- -- 1 -J i._ .- : T- =:; .
ory Council Inc.. were In Key-: .
in a luxurious sedan
stone Jan. 23 for
on a meeting --
hardtop wagon or
with local members of the Advisory ,
convertible all with
Council at the
Clay service-saving features
Li Electric Co-op. Present were !

Mrs. Daniel Pater. Mrs. Wil-

liam Beam Mrs. Marshall Gallop -

Mrs. George Schaeffer and

Mr. and Mrs. Ray: Chance.
Plans for the organization's Now's the time to get a

fifth annual meeting which wagon from America's

this year will be held In Key- wagon specialistl
Choice of 15 --- --
wagons -
stone, were discussed.: -
in 4 sizes, includingthe
The date of the meeting will
'63 Ford Galaxie
be Tuesday evening. Feb. 19.
Sedan illustrated
THE All persons Interested are
urged to attend.KEYSTONE.



The next meeting of the J
Keystone Heights Chapter of

"YOUR FRIENDLY COMMUNITY BANK" Eastern Star will be held on

Feb. 5, in the chapter room.

COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Regular ter hour will hosted be business followed by: Mr.by the and a Chap-social Mrs. J. P. REVELS FORD COMPANY

Member FDIC George E. Wiggins. Mr. and

Mrs. Leamon Ward and Mrs.
M. L. Kingsbury. 601 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Ph. 284-9//9 CO 4-6511

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I AND FOR CLAY COUNTY., In re: Estate of WALTER E. 489



I NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE All Creditors and Persons Deceased
PROCEEDINGS having Claims or Demands
AIR PIONEER FINANCE against said Estate:
You and each of that the undersigned on
COMPANY a Corporation you are
MARINA MOTELAPTS. PlaintiffVs. hereby notified and required to the twenty-first day of January -

INLET MARINAHwy A. D. 1963. filed a final.
present any claims and '
accounting of its administration -

17 Orange Park and against the Estate of Walter E. of the estate of Edwin H.
RALPH F. MILBERGER By Week or MonthU. Brown Deceased and notice is
Spencer Sr. deceased late of
further given that after publication -.
Clay County Florida to the
of this notice, once each
County Judge of Clay County
PHONE 284-3605 week for .four consecutive 4
AIR CONDITIONING ENGINES : Florida at his office in the

Service GUY STERLING KILLERS- Courthouse of said County at weeks, application will be madeto

PACKAGE STOREPAUL'S' Green Cove Springs. Florida the Honorable Thomas J.
AUTHORIZED "FEDDERS" SALES & SERVICECO MARY VIRGINIA HILLERS- within six calendar months Rivers, County Judge of Clay

Sales &; Service 4-0835 RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU from the time of the first pub- County Florida, for the approval

Home Phone 284-9780 lication of this notice. Each of said accounting and
ARE claim or demand shall be in for final discharge of the un-
Business Phone 284-6381 BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN All Legal Beverage FIED that a Complaint to fore-
writing, shall be in duplicate dersigned as executor of said A CENTURY AGO the fabulous artist Faberge designed Jewell "with
Open 8 A.){. to 1 A.U. close a certain mortgage on the
shall state the place of resi- estate. delightful surprises hidden within.Today his ideas live on In Jewel.

E. REEDBookkN"plnZ Daval County Line following described real prop- dence and post office addressof THE BARNETT NATIONAL like smoking accessories by Evans Case, which look more lik.

AGIN'S' North of Orange Park erty located in Clay County the claimant, shall be swornto BANK OF JACKSONVILLE collector' pieces. Who would guess the lash round apple twines

Florida to-wit: by the claimant his agent or as executor of the estate of open at its golden center to reveal a lighter inside? Or that the

Refrigeration and Tax Service PIANO SERVICE Lot 31 in the Southwest attorney, and shall be accom- Edwin H. Brown. Deceased.By chaste, miniature chest Is capable of holding a fall pack of regular
}: And Air Quarter (SWVt) of the or king size cigarettes?
rJD 400 W. Walnut St. panied by the one dollar filing SAM M. CONOLY
ConditioningSERVICE Southeast Quarter (SE?4) of
Phone 2846721 GEORGE WEEKS fee required by law, and any Vice President and Senior

Section 8, Township 6 South such claim or demand not so Trust Officer .-.- ,..,.,
Green Core Springs PIANO SERVICE Range 26 East. Clay County
First published Jan.
filed shall be void. on. 24.

Chrysler Atrtftnp Sales Tuning Repairing Florida. sEunice Anderson Spencer 1963.

Authorized Phllco CABINET WORK has been filed against you and As Executrix of the Last Will Jan. 24, 31, Feb. 7. 14. 1963 fdt
Service PHONE 284-827S you are required to serve a copyof
and Testament and Codicil
Box 50 Hibernla Rt. your answer or pleading to
Day Ph. 284-3680 LIXSLEY WOODWORKS of Walter E. Spencer Sr., LEGAL NOTICE
Custom Cabinetry Green Cove Spring the said Complaint upon Plain-
Night 2843492S. deceased.Jan. .
tiffs T. J.
Office, Bar and Store Fixtures attorney, JENNINGS 31. Feb. 7, 14. 21. 1963 NOTICE OF SALE
Palmetto REAL ESTATE JR., P.O. Box 372 Green Cove ,
Bldg. Hardware
To: Cleo Sharp
Green Cove Springs Springs Florida and file the
Plywood Plastic Laminates
CLARENCE B. LAZETTE original answer or pleading in
Phone Bus. 284-3.3 Green Cove Springs Fla.
the office of the Clerk of the
APPLIANCESJim Phone Res. 284-3803 Llscensed Broker In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF You are hereby notified that
Circuit Court of Clay County. .. _.. :,._. -- a -,
Highway 17 North Green Cove Springs Florida on or before the 18th CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDAIn the following motor vehicle: .

Carter Appliance Green CoTe Springs Since 1037 day of February AD. 1963 or a CHANCERY 1962 Ford F/L 500 '
Service Inc. RUTH J. FEK5EL S NO. 2A41L120863will iJ.- 11
decree pro confesso will be en-
Homes Farms Acreage
FILL DIRTCHERRY Plaintiffvs. be sold at public sale at ,
A. F. BakerRefrigeration tered against you. This notice
11:00 o'clock on the 12th day
11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 shall be published once each
& HUGH of February 1963, at 601 N.
& LOVETT week for four consecutive weeksin
Air Conditioning Service DefendantNO. Orange Ave. Green Cove
I UPHOLSTERERS the Clay County Crescent of
3564 Springs. Fla. The proceeds of
also all DragLlne Dump Truck Green Cove Springs. Florida.
NOTICE OF SUIT the sale will be applied to the
Major Appliance Repairs
payment of the cost of retaking -
seal of said Court at Green THE STATE OF FLORIDATO -
Washers. Dryers FILL DIRT 1400 W. Idlewild Ave., storing and sale of said
Shell Cove Springs Florida this 15th : HUGH B. FEIGLE, JR. _. ........'
Clay Phone 284-3505 motor vehicle and the cost of -
Phone 2843542OPPORTUNITY day of January AD. 1963. 416 Sixth Street
FREE ESTIMATES Green Cove Springs publication of notice of sale The automobile that turns the heads of American motorists
GEORGE I,. CARLISLE, Racine. Wisconsin the Ford Thunderbird, sets! new standards of elegance performance *
and then to the satisfaction of
Seat Covers Panel Clerk of the Circuit Courtof YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- and quality in 1963. All four new Thunderbird models

Courteous Service Auto TopsUpholstery Clay County Florida. FIED that a suit has been filed the balance due under the con- -hardtop Landau (top photo), hardtop (bottom), convertibleand
tract covering the financing of sports roadster-combine distinctive styling with hundredsof
Phone CO 4-6311 Lining Jan. 17. 24, 31. Feb. 7 against you In the above en-
said motor vehicle. Any surplus engineering refinements that make them the highest qualitycars
fE gflf Res. CO 4-9867 Sofas Chairs titled cause and you are hereby ever produced by Ford Division. Maintenance requirements -
LEGAL NOTICE will be paid to you, and you
0 Cushions required to serve upon plalntUf's on the 1963 Thunderbird are drastically reduced, with a
W. E. (Ernest) Cherry will remain liable for balance -
Notice is hereby given that the attorney whose name and any chassis that requires no major lubrication for 100,000 miles and
General Mgr. remaining unpaid under an oil change interval of 6,000 miles. With a new vertical-bar
I1IC1IIC 10m: I II Clay County Zoning Commis- address appear hereon, your
and touches of interior luxury Including awalnutrained
Doctors Inlet Fin Income Tax Service said contract. grille sporty new
sion will hold a Public Hear- written defenses if any, to the effect on door and instrument panels, personal

18 Years Experience ing on Thursday February 21. bill of complaint in said suit, ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT console and steering wheel on the hardtop Landau the 1863

Short Forms$2.00Long 1963, at 8:00: o'clock p.m., In copy of which Is delivered to CORPORATIONBy Thunderbird remains in a class by itself. f
I I KNOCKS HERE I : R. M. Armstrong,
Forms5.00 up the County Commission Cham- you herewith, on or before Coll. Mgr.

bers of the Clay County Courthouse March 4, A. D. 1963.
1055 Main St. Jax. Fla.
Reasonable Rates for Business Green Cove Springs Herein fail not or decree pro
Jan. 31, 1963 I BANKNOTES . Malcolm: I II
Real Estate Rentals Etc. Florida, for the purpose of confesso will be entered againstyou e e

For RentFOR MiscellaneousCAREY'S PAUL EEMLINGER hearing objections if any, to for the relief prayed in the

rezoning the following described bill of complaint. LEGAL NOTICE A PHOENIX.ARJ2CKA BAWK! PROVIDES

RENT: Nice 2 bedroom TRADING POST 8645 Roosevelt Blvd. property from its pres- THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT I I CUSlDMBgS WrrHTASSPORTS'p
house, newly painted inside and Orange ent Agriculture Zone to Inter- BEING FOR DIVORCE TO NOTICE DISSOLVE OF CORPORATIONNotice INTENTION: FRO BAWKS IN OTIESPRIOR
out. reasonable., large yard, ap- mediate Business (BA Zone): WITNESS my hand and the is hereby given under the TO THE GOLP RESEHVt THE/VISIT.

pliances furnished. Call Penney Three locations: LEGAL NOTICEIN A parcel of land in Sections seal of said Court at Green rida provision Statutes.of Section 608.36. Flo- ACT OF I934.AU.UNTO seams .
Farms 529-8211. 20tfe 15 E. Palmer St. Ph. 284-3280 6 & 7, Township 4 South Cove Springs. Florida this corporations listed below the GOLD. '
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF same beingincorporated under
; 1 Warehouse & antiques old Range 26 East and Sections 25th day of January A. D. the laws of Florida, and according ..+
to the records of the Secre-
1 and 12. Township 4 South .
FOR RENT Store on Hwy. Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. Chancery tary of State each and every rI
Range 25 East described as: GEORGE L. CARLISLE such corporation appears delin-
17. 20x50 proven area. Phone e' "BIG TOP" tent BlandingBlvd. LEONA YOUNG Plaintiff quent for three (3) years or Aw
Begin at the intersection of Clerk Circuit Court
in ASK
more the filing: of reports and $ 5 ,,..N'W
CO 46300. Walker. 17tfc At Ridgewood vs.GERALD. the North line of Spencer's By Grace M. Carlisle payment of taxes under. the pro-
visions of Section 608 33. Florida
FISHER :MOTEL 411 FerrisSt. Furniture & appliances at H. YOUNG. Road with the West line of Deputy Clerk Statutes, and that under the pro- ??. e r w+ti
DefendantNO. visions of said Section 608.36.
State Road No. 21, said intersection ERNEST J. JACOBS Florida
Open under new manage bargain prigs 8tfc Statutes said corporations -
3535 have been classed as sub-
bearing South 05 Attorney for Plaintiff
ment. Apartments rooms
NOTICE OF SUIT ject to .dissolution and that
day, week or month. Lights and TV SERVICE Anytime Don : degrees 02 minutes West Address: three (3) months after date of -R, s
STATE OF FLORIDATO this publication each and
THE every
water furnished. Phone 284- 284-9615. 1120.15 feet from the inter- 203 Law Exchange Building such corporation listed below
Woollard. Phone
: that has not in the meantime
!section of said west line with Jacksonville Florida
3553 2849233. 17tfc
or YOUNG filed its reports due and paid r
9tfc GERALD H. the West line of said Section the taxes due under the provisions YOUR HOMC?IF YOU* H r
Naval Station LEGAL NOTICE of Section 608.33. Florida CHLPRP4 H>A RECREAJ10M ROM FOR
FOR RENT 2 houses furnIshed Box 33 U. S. d
7 thence the North
run on Statuteswill be certified to the THE*OWN ENTERTMNfM&ASKXXJR BANKS.ABCUT i 1.
one 1 bdr. and one 2 DISCRIMINATING SENIOR Navy No. 568 line of Spencer's Road North Governor of the State of Florida A HOME
bdr., extra nice freshly painted % Fleet Post Office NOTICE OF SALE who will issue a Proclamation MOST RAWS.
Citizens may appreciate open- 57 degrees 26 minutes 10 sec- at that time dissolving said HOME WAPRCWEMBn'RERMR ,ARE
Inside and out. phone 529- New York. New York To James H. corporation. p 1't
ing of a Thoroughly comfort- onds West to a point 650 : CLAY COUNTY GIAD TO EXTBJD THIS HELP ;; t I
5291, Penney Farms. 31tfc YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- feet from the centerline of 2, Box 230 Name Principal Place *f ; ta.
able Retirement Home soon at FIED that a suit has been filed Hailoe
Palatka. Fla.
State Road No. 21 as measured BERRY CONSTRUCTION CO..
For Sale Real EstateFOR River View 15 St. Johns Ave against :you in the above en- perpendicular to said You are hereby notified that INC ORANGE PARK
nue. Rates by the week. 13-4p. titled cause and you are hereby, centerline, thence Northerlyand the following motor vehicle: GREEN COVE SPRINGS

required to serve upon plain- : 1961 Chev. BAS DOCTOR'S INLET FARMS COM-
with said
SALE House and lot, 3 parallel cen- PANY

bedrooms, 2 baths, terazzo FINE HOUSES tiff's attorney whose name and I terline 6100 feet plus or minus No. 11511A103890 GREEN COVE SPRINGS
floors, at Pleasant Point. Call If you have a lot we will build address appear hereon. your I to a point of the South will be sold at public sale at LEE'S FEATHERWEIGHT .

284-3962. 10-4p your home on monthly payments written defenses if any to the line of Government Lot 1. of 11:00 o'clock on the 12th day PRODUCTS.KEYSTONE INC. HEIGHTS I

either shell complete In bill of complaint in said suit. said Section 6. said point being of February, 1963 at 601 N. ORANGE PARK AUTOMOTIVE.
HOUSE ON LARGE LOT for of which is delivered to INC. ORANGE PARK
either frame of CBSphoneeither copy 650 feet from the center- Orange Ave. Green Cove ORANGE PARK PHARMACY I

sale, near schools nice neighborhood frame of CBS-Write you herewith on or before Feb- line of State Road 21, as Springs, Fla. The proceeds of is INC.further directed ORANGE that a PARKIt copy

2 bdrm CB. Call 284- Box ".. Clay County Crescent. ruary 18. AD. 1963. measured perpendicular to the sale will be applied to the of this notice be published one

9679 lOtfe Herein fail not or decree pro said centerline. thence on the payment of the cost of retak- CRESCENT time In the a CLAY newspaper COUNTY pub-

SITUATION WANTED confesso will be entered againstyou South line of said lot North ing, storing and sale of said lished in GREEN In COVE which

FOR SALE for the relief prayed in the 89 degrees 42 minutes 10 sec- motor vehicle and the cost of county SPRINGS.the Florida.home office of the Not

FOR SALE Antiques odd AVAILABLE: Public stenographer bill of complaint.THE onds East to the centerlineof publication of notice of sale above shown to listed b> located corporations are I cheaper,

items plus household furniture and Notary Public NATURE OF SAID SUIT State Road No. 21, thence and then to the satisfaction of IN WITNESS WHEREOF.hand I

4540 Clinton Ave.. Jax., Mrs. Jack Saam Spruce St., BEING FOR DIVORCE Southerly on said centerline the balance due under the con- and have caused hereunto the Great set my Seal of but less
Florida. be affixed at Tallahassee costly .
southslde. 31e call 284-9370 between 8 & 10 WITNESS My hand and the 6530 feet plus or minus tract covering the financing of the Capital this,

a.m. Mon. thru Sat. 24tfc seal of said Court at Green thence North 57 degrees 26 said motor vehicle. Any surplus the 2Stb. day of January. A.D.I'I'un. '

Cove Springs Florida. this minutes 10 seconds West to will be paid to you. and you (SEAL)
10th day of January AX bal- TOM ADAMS. During four months of plant reorganization THE
WAITRESS WANTEDPart INSTRUCTIONSMEN the Point of Beginning.Also will remain liable for any SECRETARY OF STATEUse

1963. a part of said Section 6 ance remaining unpaid under CRESCENT served its loyal friends taking their printIng -
TimeFRIENDLY GEORGE L. CARLISLE described as begin at the intersection said contract. to other plants, charring them what we were charged.We .

I I TAVERN WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo Clerk Circuit Court of the centerlineof ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT Our did this as a County service without a penny of profit,

experience necessary, grammar I' By Grace M. Carlisle State Road No. 21. with CORPORATIONBy because THE CRESCENT cannot prosper unless Clay

31p school education usually.' Deputy Clerk the South line of Govern- : R. M. Armstrong ClassifiedPage County prospers.

sufficient. Train now at home FREDERICK H. LENCZYK ment I, of said Section 6. ColL Mgr.

L. LOST Large short haired for jobs with Security. For details Attorney for Plaintiff thence run on said center- 1055 Main St. Jax.; Fla. Now with new machinery, new equipment, topflight staff

/ bird dog spotted liver and send name, address, Address line North 01 degree 19 min- Jan. 31, 1963 (more competent, happier, better paid than any CRESCENT -

; white. Small children's devoted: phone no. to: NATIONAL I 921 Florida Title Building utes East 2639.45 feet plus or For Quick staff has ever been), we are able to fill your printing -

pet reward. Mr. II. B. Colby,I TRAINING SERVICE BOX C,i Jacksonville Florida minus thence on the north needs in better quality and at less cost to yon than

Penney Farms. 31pFURNITURE Clay County Crescent. 24-10c: Jan. 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7. 1963 line of said section 6 westerly LEGAL NOTICE Results you can find anywhere else. We invite your demands. THE

II' 777 feet plus or minus. CRESCENT is here to stay. Clay County has a NEWS

thence on the west LEGAL NOTICE PAPER. Public support will make it a better, more Informative -

I: BUSINESS t IIi I line of the East *& of said As of this date January 10 paper.

DIRECTORYI Government Lot South 01 1963 I will not be responsiblefor
U I I H I I : : : : : : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .-fr--i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i--! -I I -IP 1 S degree 14 minutes 15 seconds any debts made by anyone Feb. 2 We Invite yon lo submit your job and compare our prices
I East 263884 feet plus or other than myself. Signed with anyone else.

DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT minus thence on the south Preston Daniels. on Catholic Church Groundson

AIR BASE FURNITURE CO line of said Government Lot Jan. 10, 17, 21, 31, 1963 Palmetto Are.

Fine Furniture EASTERLIXG PHARMACY AMERICANOFFICE north 89 degrees 42 minutes Between Ferris and Bay Sts.

t Carpeting Appliances SUPPLY CO. 10 seconds East 659.84 feet LEGAL NOTICE CRESCENTPress

L Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner to said Point of Beginning.All .

5953 Roosevelt Blvd. parties In Interest and citizens -
Jacksonville EV 7-4811 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists in shall have an opportunityto

TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equip be heard at said time and As of this date, January 31, Open 7 Day A Week Inc.

ment 1963. I win not be responsible Come Out Browse Around ,
Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries place.CLAY
Pacemakers and Peerles COUNTY for any debts made by anyone See Our Stock
Air Stream for Travel Complete Line of Greeting
other than myself.
PHONE 284-3168
Used Trailers-Bank Financing Cards Highway 13 South of New

017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blanding Blvd, By: James E. Crawl Signed Bridge turn right at Collecore
209 W. Walnut St. Green Cove Springs Fla
IUTTS 2055-57 Park St., Jacksonville ChairmanJan. Fred R. Everett, Jr.
MOBILE HOMES. INCEV8S578 Store follow signs. i if
: Jacksonville XV S-0734_ I EV,-Ui! 31, Feb. 7, 1963 31-4c



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t' The Honorable Tom Adams, Secretary of State ,. v. ,,' ."! -'. -- ,

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The Honorable Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General "*'

The Honorable Ray E. Green, Comptroller of the State of Florida ',' ,', ,.
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The Honorable J. Ed Larson, Treasurer of the State of Florida ,
The Honorable Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction \ ; .
The Honorable Doyle Conner, Commissioner of. Agriculture .
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The Honorable Wendell Jarrard, Chairman-Director, The Florida Development Commission ,

Otho Bruce, Director of the Industrial Division

R. C. Covington, Director of Health, Education and Welfare '

Ralph Deede, General Services,Administration, Atlanta \

Fred O. Dickinson Jr., Chairman, The Florida Council of 100 -

William S. Johnson, Executive Vice President and General Manager, The Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce

Capt. B. C. McCaffree, Executive Director of the Committee of 100


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Gentlemen: .

We wish to express our deep and abiding

gratitude for ourselves and for all the .

people of Clay County. to the vision and

# magnanimity and cooperation of each of you

in saving the County's naval installation from

.. salvage and public sale as more pastureland.

\ We pledge our full cooperation and en-

thusiastic aid in every effort to create at the "

Green Cove base a model industrial park .: : !' .

which will reflect credit on our great State 'sand
on the bright future of Clay County. We .r
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