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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: February 14, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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COUNTY LEADERS 17 Two Vandals Clay Break SchoolsThe Into Interest kIsesIn City



Orange Park High

u School the Keystone Heights

a 'E school in Clay County and the

Melrose High School in Put- Election As Five QualifyFor

4 ;4 ? 1Uti nam County were broken into
and damaged by four youths

last Thursday night for an

: estimated $45.00.In .
Orange Park windows
Commission RaceWoman1
+w.wa were broken, an adding ma-
V chine smashed and desks and
,
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tables overturned. About $25
r.
1 y Y was taken from several ma-

: Scs chines Keystone in the school.In Heights. there GCS I Voters Register As County Will

were several broken windows

a but the vandals were unable to Named Secy.ofT.B.Comm. Push For 4-
S Race AssuredInterest
; open the soft drink machine Open
r AV; :
w V and metal locker which con-
,
L tained a small amount of I is on a sharp rise in Green Cove Springs to elect I Laning Of 17

# I money.At two able progressive candidates to the City Commission on
'w V the Melrose High Schoolit Mrs. Dorothy Milberger of March 5. Two things are apparent that will assure a wide-open The Clay County Commissioners -

is reported that about $20 Green Cove Springs was elect- and stimulating race: the incumbent commissioners will have will push for the fou-r-

was taken from a coke ma- ed secretary of the steering competition; and voter registration and enthusiasm are grow-
laning of U. S. Highway 17 between -
t chine which they smashed. The committee of the newly organ- ing. There are indications that a public discussion of campaign
damage was not as heavy as in ized Area 9, last week. issues by the candidates will further stimulate interest in the the Duval County line

the Clay County schools. This is part of a reorganization races to fill commission seats in groups one and two. and Green Cove Springs. In

LL, The four youths.were appre- ''I plan of 10 counties which Already there are five candidates -.! ---- doing so. the Commissioners

hended on Saturday. Three .include Duval. Baker Alachua. who have qualified for ister or will be turned away on are following through on a

{ were taken to the Duval Juve- i Bradford, Clay Columbia the two seats to be vacated. election day as ineligible. "New Year's Resolution" reported -
nile Shelter and one was con- Nassau St. Johns
Putnam ,
Qualifying for commissionerfrom Rules for registration, according -
in THE CRESCENT of
J. C. Sapp's path to the office of County Born in Orlando he moved to Green Cove as fined in the j jail in Green Cove Union and Putnam which will group one are the Incum- to Mrs. Kenney are

I Frosfentlnr Attornrr -- !,,.,,, and roueh. an infari Springs. be known as the Tuberculosisand bent Mayor-Commissioner Al- contained in an oath that the January 3.

Health Association of lie T:: Ivey and opponent William registrant must have been a In another of several key
Northeast Florida. It is hoped P. Hicks manager of the of State Flori- I
MATTHEWS ANNOUNCES resident the of i actions at their monthly meeting -
LIVESTOCK AID that the reorganization will be Mason Lumber Company. From da for one year, and for the last Monday the Commie*

If In a telegram to THE CRES- completed by April 1. group two the incumbent, City of Green Cove Springs for stoners heard recommendations
Purpose of the reorganization Commissioner Marlin J. Har-
CENT, Clay's new Congressman six months. Registrants must from County Surveyor Louis
D. R. (Billy) Matthews, plan is to prevent any ris, has two opponents. Theyare also be bonafide citizens age McKee concerning proposed
announced that emergency area of critical need from being Donald G. Fisher, local 21 or over and must not have changes in the County regulations -

livestock feed is available from neglected to insure judi chemical engineer and Leon- voted elsewhere during the governing land sub
/ the Commodity Credit Corporation cious use of funds and to replace ard M. Showalter owner of time mentioned Just above.A vision.
F M the existing county Marina Motel.A .
pat-
:. through March 31. caution was issued by Mrs. Regarding the four-1 .n1ng
This will be good news to Clay tern of local TB associationswith pickup in the registrationof Kenney: just because a citizenis proposal the board membersare

r : V County cattlemen. Feed is 11 area-type associations. city voters a good signof registered for county voting acting forthrightly by

available at 75 per cent support Other members of the com- public interest in any elec- he is not automatically eligibleto planning to head a delegationof

price for foundation herds and mittee are Gardner Gillette tion is taking place. Deputy vote in city elections. There citizens and officials that

10. V at 100 per cent support price of Jacksonville chairman; H. City Clerk Mrs. Lisle Kenney must be a separate registra- will appear before the State

,'" 'ts' w...'. i for other eligible cattle.A B. Dolbeare of Gainesville vice reports that approximately tion in Green Cove Springs Road Board at Lake City on

member of the House Ag- chaiarman and Solon Ellmakerof 1,450 eligible voters are on the books. March 5. The four-laning of

riculture Committee, Rep. Mat- Jacksonville treasurer. registration books at City Hall. the 13-mile stretch of highway

thews is frequently the bearerof This represents she said about 17 south of the Duval County

.,NJ.#. news from government agencies CLAY MUNICIPALITIESTO 75 per cent of the potential Science Fair in Clay line will be requested as a

concerning fanning ac- registration. There are some priority project.
ivities. RECEIVE $4,500 1,900 Green Cove citizens eligi- County Schools Set Chairman Luther Wilson

1 Cattlemen desiring further CIGARETTE MONEY ble to vote. The deadline for said the '
county is ready to go
details about this latest announcement Clay County's three municipalities city voter registration is Fridays For February 21-22 ahead with acquiring rightofway -

are urged to contact will receive a total of February 22. A countywide Science Fair after fulfilling its present
their County Agriculture Deadline for .candidates *o I -
from state
$4.520.65 cigarette E y amitmenli. to obtain ncn B
qualify for the commissionchairs will Se held at Grlen Cove ,
t
---- Agent. tax collections according to ry plans for widening andresurfacing
is February 19 '(next Springs Junior High School on
the State Beverage Depart- State Road 100
Regarded as a conscientious and metic- He was released from active duty in the Armyas ment. Tuesday). There may be addi- Thursday and Friday Feb- through Keystone Heighj.
COUNTY OF C
CLAY C
ulous lawyer. Mr. Sapp was educated in Clay a major. He served as judge of the Small tional competition for the five 21 and 22.
ELECTS OFFICERSAt Qualified to receive funds ruary Widening of Highway 17 wtU
County schools and at the University of Claims Court from 1951 to 1959 and as county for December tax collections presently qualified.A almost certainly Increase the
a recent meeting of the I I public discussion of issuesin The fair will show exhibits
Miami and the University of Florida where Veterans Service Officer in 1962. At the pres- and the amounts are: Green from flow of Vital traffic and en-'
Board of Directors of the Clay the forthcoming election is Clay County secondary
he obtained his law degree. lIe is a veteran of ent time he is serving as Judge of the munici- Coonty Chamber of Commerce Cove Springs $2,573.52; Orange expected to furtherenliven- school science students. Sev- hance the chances of progressin

World War II and escaped after having been pal court of Green Cove Springs which post held in the Directors Room of Park. 1078.57; and Keystone public interest. THE CRES- eral of the schools are con- all areas of Clay County.In .

raptured by the Germans in Africa He later he has held since 1956. The Bank of Green Cove Heights. $868.56.Richard CENT has received statementsof ducting earlier eliminationfairs. the subdivision action
B. Keating directorof Winners and other out- the Commissioners accepted for
served in the Korean conflict from 19511952. Springs the following officers position; on these issues
were elected. SBD, reports that total from several candidates. These standing exhibits will be shownat study Surveyor McKee's regu-

Dr. Russell Jensen, president state cigarette tax collectionsin will be published in future edi- the countywide fair in the lations concerning new and

; Dr. John Malone, vice December 1962. amountedto I tions of this newspaper. All GCS Junior high auditorium. stricter regulations. Member

president: J. Slater Smith, I 298079493. Of this sum' candidates are invited to use Awards will be granted for Louis Huntley urged their

executive secretary; and Joseph I 751080.94 will go to tl1e' its columns to state their plat- the best science fair exhibts. adoption because he said under -

a I. Triplett, treasurer. Directors i I state's general revenue fund. forms. I Rules have already been prepared present conditions developers -

elected for one-year terms include The remaining $2,229,713.99 Mrs. Kenney in charge of I by' the county office of have no standards to goby

Jensen Malone, Triplett., Will be distributed among 322 voter registration at City Hall! public instruction and are be- : He said they are simmer

; Carroll Wright, L. B. Huntley, 'qualified municipalities in the reports that only about 50 per ing used as guidelines by faculty to those in effect in adjoining

Baxter Williams B ern a.r d state Clay's three municipalities sons have registered in the and students of the counties.

Brunson. Dr. Robert Pattersonand included. past two weeks. New residentsof I I schools in preparing the ex- The Commissioners also

F. I. Robertson. Green Cove Springs are hibits. heard a report from Civil De-

>a SPORTSMAN'S CLUB urged to register to vote. Oth- Contributors to the Clay fense Director Ray Chance

V\ SAYS SOME VETS MEETS AT VFW ers who have not reregisteredsince County Science Fair Award that more than 100 persons,

'. < MAY HAVE TO "CRAM" 1957 (when the city put Fund are the following: Hoyt including numerous county

Veterans taking educationor The Clay County Sports- its registration books on a Cotney of Orange Park Dr. T. personnel, had completed, a radiological -

training courses under the man's Club met on Monday "permanent" basis) must reg- Luke Glennan Sheriff John course eofKteeted by.
evening at the VFW building. the C. D. department.
Korean GI Bill are remindedby Hall Dr. John Malone Dr.
the Veterans Administration The club was established four COMMITTEK
OF tOO William A. Mulford Bradley'sDrug
that have to"cram" years ago to promote good-
they may
r'k TO HOLD EXECUTIVEMEETING Store, and Mayhugh'sDrug KEYSTONE LIONS
or double up classesto will between sportsmen and i Store.
t vpp'$ 1. f reach their goal as the dead- landowners of Clay County.! The FRIDAYC. I, MEET NEW DEPUTY .
The public is invited to attend -
line for such courses is now group has. in past projects, W. Scarbrough chairmanand At a meeting of the Key-
the science fair and to
.t only two years away. planted food in woods areas Thomas B. Millican vice I
.
stone Heights Lions Club last
this educational
I encourage activity -
-- V Congress has set January :31. for wildlife set out brush piles: chairman of Keystone Heights I
of Clay Monday the
County youth.PAGEANT evening guest
:
V: ; 1t: 1965 as the cut-off date for in county creeks and other- announce a meeting of the Executive -I
;? ::::: :
V.l the Korean readjustment program wise engaged in worthwhile Committee of the Committee -' speakers were John P. Hall Jr.,

of education and trainingfor 'conservation activities. It has of 100. This meeting I! Chief Deputy Sheriff of Clay
I DATE SET
veterans without service- engaged in training adolescentsin will be held this Friday evening -I County and the newly appointed -

connected disabilit.es. fishing and hunting skills at the Qui-Si-Sana Hotelat Jaycee President John deputy fqr Keystone

Most Korean Conflict veterans through junior memberships.The 8:00: o'clock. I McKinley announced today William
Heights J. Dermody.
have been eligible for club meets twice monthly. The Executive Committee of that the 7th Annual Miss
Ills principal hobby is 36 months of readjustmentcourses Membership is by invitation the Committee of 100 consistsof Clay County Pageant will Officer Dermody fe no

but now only :. from regular members. Charles 27 'men from the 13 recog- beheld on March 30. David stranger to the Keystone

months remain before the final Knight. Jr. is president of the nized communities and repre- Talbott was re-named Page- Heights area having served asa

115hin'J: : deadline. B. J. Gannon. Sportsman's Club. Murl Creasyof sentatives from civic organiza-j ant Director.. city policeman and a part-
time deputy sheriff. His record
Officer in Charge. VA Office Orange Park is vice president tions from all of Clay County.'
as a police officer in Keystone -
Jacksonville pointed out. Lewis Chancey of Green
goes back as far as 1961.
.w G z 'J To be eligible for such readjustment Cove is treasurer. Max Dickerson -
JUST RESTING? Bill Dermody is a fong-tiHM
education or train- of Orange Park is secretary -
,1 resident of Florida, coming to
ing the veteran must have had .
the Daytona area with his
active service at any time be-
". Also
present at the meetingwere grandfather back in 1918. He
tween June 27, 1950, and Jan- w
three visitors from Key-
: is former mayor of Opa Leeka.
31, 1965. He also must
uary stone Heights and a representative a suburb of Atianri. .
have served at least 90 days from the Game Com-
a I
Officer Dennody: ootan d la
unless discharged sooner for a :
mission who discussed changes
disability incurred in active j I I detail how he could be reached -
in fishing license fees. The
4'-
by persons needing pofcee
service. J
group works closely with Game
help. It is presented here in
enroll in schoolsor
They may I1 Commissioner Lieutenant L. ..1.f .
colleges take on-the-job Barrie. such a way that it may be c tout

training enroll in institutional f r for future easy reference:

on-farm training or other programs First call Deputy Sheriff W.

> b I which combine school CORRECTIONWe J. Dermody at his borne by
r I
and Job training or select cor- dialing 473-4500. Second call
respondence school courses. goofed! Herbert H. Sheriffs Office in Green Core

Veterans will receive an Morris and Frank W. Brown t .L Springs. Dial 1-284-3379, or 1-

L allowance each month to meet were the winners in the 284-4180. If the long dfetaaee

part of their training and living Orange Park election last lines are busy: call the Ataeima

expenses. week but we Identified Last Friday morning the track pictured above broke its County Sheriffs Off**, Dial

The first step is to obtain them Incorrectly in the pic- fifth wheel as It turned the corner from Route 16 into Oak- 13720464. They win! contact

the necessary application formsat tures on the front page. Our ridge Avenue. It was loaded with feed for Gustafson's Dairy.No Officer Derawdy by radfe.- Be

lie married the former Jean Cassadyof Cynthia Jean 5 years old. the Jacksonville VA Office apologies to the victors. one was injured in the mishap. The accident was investigated !- sure to give 5!W "Tft.. address -
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New York City. They have a daughter, Photos by Gene Koia Gannon said. by Deputy Fred Hancock. Photos by Gene Koza and seed for help* -
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I -QTaV{ QIouut\\} (' OP Science Fair Awards Clay/ HillBy / Clay. Count 's_ _"Miss Smile"

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: Itc "".ristltx W'JN ', MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND
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"1 hold the maxim no less applicable to public ,. .. (; ILt ;' /':-. )?(: TLAYCOUNTYR

than to private affairs, that honesty is always the ;'! tJ:;, ... We were able to attend no, and every preacher can't

best policy." 'ttltrtS):. 7g acs.uklCraAr 'f '' church again Sunday and en- go and gather up a good part

GEORGE WASHINGTON t.... JlhI'. 1 : joyed the services very much. of his congregation. s

..... .... ..-... .... .,.... ..-..., .. On our way home from church E ( '
'C_, ;:\-T. .i tvak; Sunday night we chased a possum Eugene Austin and son. Lester .
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.,:C1iifl-tb' $.4.fN and a rabbit out of our were cutting some pulp .. N ;:sr. 19 Ijo <

,,."!' ..... Jt_.. q );'i'l'IInIAtl-: 9s way so we could come on the wood on Jim Strickland's land .
Heart Of .. } x..ra.r rhR f.utes : ,v, road in peace! We were aboutto the land considered as "high ---,-- --- --

..w-.. ..,...,......, ...-.. ,... f decide to get out of the car land" they got their true Ii d

4: ;; and go hunting it seemed to stalled went and got the tractor -
.
Paper LaceBy UUttlt.\U .1 tIfflI' !tee" r : be a real good night to hunt, thought they could 'snake

: but on second thought we the timber out and then loadit _
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had or no dogs Withus and got the tractor stall-
,',.-,).., no guns
.)"'?, i ". too much trouble to run ed and had to work for some _
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KATHRYN S. WILHELM c'a MYp?= the game down and catch it, time to get it out of the bog.

_k : so we gave up the idea as a Decided they had better wait i

In an old schoolhouse down a country lane bad one! On Monday morningour until some of this "high land"
r
My. first love dreams were stirred p throat was rather "foggy"' dries off or they might go in _
y.y n and seems to be telling us we so deep they can't get out!
;:. .. By a tiny lass with a winsome smile t Sandra Underwood The Clay County Crescent's entrant -
hunted too much wonder Water and mud Come to
And a voice like the sweetest bird. in the state "Miss Smile" contest receives a $25.00
how Brother Ab's throat feels? Clay Hill if you need any we
Savings Bond from Rex Smith "Mr. Royal Typewriter" and
None of us got out of the car have plenty to spare!
"Be My Valentine," she wrote me David Allies, a student in the 8th grade, is shown with and none of the windows were chairman of the Crescent's judging committee

On a heart of paper lace.I his project "The Repulsion Coil" which demonstrates opposing rolled down so this must be Kuyle Cannon. Harry Padg- Mrs. Gloria Redfearn, "The Smilingest Smile in ClayCounty"

found it there, so sweet and fair. magnetic forces. He won first place with this exhibit. imagination! The throat, we ett and Francis Coleman. all and runner-up received a photographic portrait by
Gene Koza and Cosmetics by Viriane Woodard from Kath-
In our secret hiding place mean! from Maxville. called on the leen Dyson Bayer. Viviane Woodard Consultant. This will Include -

The lines were not quite even, Stncklands a few days ago. All Vlviane Woodard SO RARE Moisturized Liquid make-

She missed a. letter or two Our four days rain last week are old friends or should we up a complete beauty analysis chart according to S.M.A. anda
really worked on our reals and say "friends of long standing"
copy of their "Guide to Beauty"Third
'twas prize of grandest size.
But to me a .
land where folks had
on the Anyway we have known these
For it ended with "I love you." r 1 to get off the road for any, men for years.

Ij'tk1Ito' reason! Yougan Padgett told: Grade PresentsgiiiL71r

Now the years have flown, the school cone I us Preston Padgett's wife came Our deepest sympathy goes

r. And the heart of paper lace to visit them one day. They, to the Roddys. our schoolteachers

'l Is a souvenir: that I hold most dear Yousan and Susie went to in the death of Mrs.

take her home in the after- Roddy's mother -Also we have
; In my secret hiding place. -
t < noon and when they were going just learned of the death of :
"Be My Valentine she wrote me -St
to take her home they Mrs. Herbert Higdon's mother.As .
On a heart of paper lace. t "x i the road but _
r S o xtb' thought was bad any number of us remember -
And I thrill to see that she still loves me there was a "small shower of Herb was pastor of the

When I look on her lovely face. +_ aDanny rain" while they were gone. Long Branch church for a

Coming back they hit a bed number of years. He was liv-

(Editor's Note: Mrs. Wilhelm's book "Sally Roses" a collectionof of clay on the road. Yougan ing near Tampa and pastoring

children's poems and stories, is to be published in the near R said he had never fought harder a church there. He also had a
with a car in his life than
broadcast
future A native of Graysville Tenn., she is the wife of Dr. program on the ra-
he did with that one but it dio. Again we say our heart
John A. Wilhelm medical director and vice president of Gulf
took the ditch for him in spiteof goes out to these dear folks in

Life Insurance Company. The W1U elms have lived in Keystone all he could do. He and Su- their sorrow but we can not

Height for two years now). Pollock, a student in the 9th grade is pictured sie got out and started walk- bring our loved ones back to

with his project for which he won second place. His projectwas ing, or trying to walk had us. but we can go to them.

"1laklngand Understanding the Spectroscope and Tele- gone for a good distance Su-
"
We Salute scope. sie had lost her slippers in the The Brotherhood and WMUof

Proudly walk and was about to give up the Highland church have

and say she couldn't go any
changed their
We salute the Boy Scouts and all their leaders (men and meeting time
further when Sammie Starlingcame from the second Thursday eve-
women) who work diligently in the Scouting program on their along and picked them
ning in the month to
the sec- Pictured above are children from all six sections of the
52nd anniversary this week. up and took them home. The ond
Sunday
afternoon at 4
third grade at the Charles E. Bennett School who entertainedat
next day Yougan got a tractor o'clock. This
S. seems to be
a
The Scout Oath
the meeting the P-TA last Thursday evening. There
,
and went and pulled the car
t more appropriate time than were about 250 parents and friends present at this meeting.
On my honor I will do my best:
out. Said it acted as good as
Thursday evening. They
S."e9 reporta
Photos by Gene Keza
To do my duty to God and my country, and to :* any car could act when they larger gathering for Sunday

obey the Scout Law; got it out of the clay. It hasn't afternoon than they have been

To help other people at all times; d. gone to the ditch for him anymore having Thursday.In Miss America Entrant
i but he avoids the clay! .
To keep myself physically strong mentally awake
spite of all of the bad
and morally straight.
Sunday night. Feb. 3, Horace weather hard rain and mud.

The Scout Law states that a scout must be trustworthy, ; ; fLjt Whitehead started to come to there were 60 present at the

loyal helpful Jrieltdly courteous, kind, obedient cheerful, Clay Hill church got outside Highland church for Sunday
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thrifty, brave clean and reverent.We his yard and his car refused School and some place in the M nAn

to travel any farther! 60's present %t the Clay Hill
print these basic principles of Boy Scouting to remind r
Called Irene Padgett and told church Sunday School Feb. 3.

the people' of Clay County what it means to be a member of her to tell the church folks That shows pretty well "Whois

the Boy Scout This training in youth cannot help but prepare not to be uneasy he had not on the Lord's side." Othersof

them to be finer men and more responsible citizens.BE had a wreck he hadn't gone us would have been present,

far enough to wreck until the but it is "a fur piece to walk" +v U

Sydney Gervin. 9th grade student placed third with car had stopped in the mud even if there Is no rain pres-

his project entitled "Chromatography" which is the study of and he couldn't get it to ent!
SURE TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN THE color. In this he worked with inks in various solvents.
move! He is a member and The past Sunday we had 67
COMING GREEN COVE ELEC'rION.DEADLINE .
TO REGISTER IS FEB. 22! The following are the winners in Science Fair at Orange regular attendant at the Clay present for Sunday School.
Park last week. Hill church. We folks who The Primary class won the

have to travel on bad roads, banner with a grade of 95. 71
SEVENTH GRADE1st
and some of us have to depend Nursery was next with a gradeof
I place Linda Odum The effects of fertilizer plants.
on others
FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS upon for transportation 75. We should all be as
2nd James
place Berdini
Lemon juice oscillator3rd
and we really do anxious to attend Sunday
DOYLE CONNER advances labor that is unableto place Janel Powell Do plants need energy T have a hard time getting any- School as these little fellows

:;; 1wr of Agriculture find full-time employment as EIGHTH GRADE1st where in weather like we have are then our Sunday Schools
is
agriculture practiced today
technological progress in place David Miles The Repulsion Coil been having. would really grow. So many
and must have other work
to
ail phases ot agriculture is creating aug- If the above isn't a "muddy" send the children
ment the family income.: 2nd place Michael Kopetski Hydroponic Plant Growth on to Sun- .. l F
a problem of unemployment: Soil Culture3rd story what is? I day School but do not get ,4 v j s
Jn some: sections of Florida.As I It has been pointed out by the i
place Gary Moss Transistor Radio there themselves. Of coursewe
-
a result the Florida Department USDA there !is an equivalent of
Hon. Men. The Clay Hill church was know it is hard to
of Agriculture is deeply interested 1.400,000 under-employed personsin Nancy McGill How Soil Affects Plants get up .
..
in the development of the rural economy of the Unit- Hon. Men. Robert Lancaster Transistor Radio lucky in getting James Saunders and get a bunch of childrenoff

long-range programs that will I ed States. Over half the people in Hon. Men. Peggy St. Peterey Solar Battery as pastor his wife is the to Sunday School and

help assure continued prosperityand this country who live in povertyare NINTH GRADE1st musician, he can go and get get there ourselves. Anyone

stability fat farming districts. located in rural areas. the folks who haven't any way who has raised just nine chil-

It \* wen known that the main Some areas have already taken place -Wendell Payne Weight by Centrifugal Force to get there, in fact he takes dren of their own knows this!
purpose of the Florida Council of advantage of the Area Redevelop 2nd place Danny Pollock Making and Understanding the by house But y
seven our namely. we can get there if we put
100 is to promote and encouragethe ment Act which grants funds for Spectroscope & Telescope3rd
develooment of the state new projects to assist the un em- place Sidney Gervin ChromatographyHon. Faye England and her children forth enough effort! Let's just 11rs.V.. B. (Doris) Lucas Jr.. has been chosen by the

especially in the industrial field. ployed. However there are many Men. Sandy Nelson Perpetual Pump for every service in the try a little harder and see if Green Cove Springs Junior Womans Club to represent themin

You might think as spokesman other areas in our state whichdo Hon. Men. Donna church. It isn't every preach- we can't get there with the the Mrs. America contest. The finals will be held in Miami
Hendry Comets
for agriculture rd take a dim not receive this aid. er's wife who can play the pia- children! In ApriL
view et continued expansion of This is why we need to inject Hon. Men. Rebecca Hatcher The Microscope and what

industries in Florida which forces new economic vitality into our you see
more and more shifting of agri-' fanning districts. Hon. Men. Debby Koch Behold the Mold

culture production away from traditional Another problem we face is the Hon. Men. Ed Lowe CrystallographyHon.

areas. lack of semi-skilled and skilled Men. Don Finney Steam Turbine

This Is not my view. In fact,I labor needed in industry and the Hon. Men. Janet Crosby Have Ear? Will Hear!
I want to we more new Industries I kind of agriculture we have to-
Hon. Men.
Daisy Nelson Hair ColorationHon.
come into Florida. day.It.
I Men. Patsy St. Peterey Osmosis-Ingredient for Life
However' cur agricultural prog'ress is well known that the Council

must kH'ppa- with the advance of 100 is selling Florida educational TENTH GRADE1st .
In !industry. The need for development. A training 7. kgr..+y 4
place Ed Rowe Radio Receiver
maintaining a proper balance between >- program to give our rural people tom'/ fr. yr
industry and agriculture is new job opportunities should be 2nd place Travis Mangham Weather Forecasting3rd >

paramount considered.A place Daphne Joines BacteriologyHon.

We need to inventory our resources fun work-year for seasonal Men. Bette Allen The Heart and how it works
set ear earls and search farm laborers could be achieved Hon. Men. Flora Knox Turtles as Pets 4x

for ways to reach them. We needto under a properly supervised pro Hon. Men. Lester Curless From Bacteria to Lichens
bring new resources into our gram.
Hon. Men. Terry Jackson
Hardening of Ice Cream
rural areas to provide new eeonoTi'c The important thing to remember -
: opportunities.I is that our state is one which ; Hon. Men. Fran Clark The KidneysHon.

feet certain that many Industrial -presents unlimited possibilities for Men. Martha Graves Smoking and Cancer (Is it

firms will eventually! find it development !In agriculture, indus- worth it?) _
profitable to locate in rural areas try and tourism. ELEVENTH GRADE1st 'pk.s
where they are needed. These It's up to an of us who have
are areas which have a surplus of the state's best Interests at heartto place Wayne Spivey Our Solar System
labor tht is being displaced from see that they are kept in proper 2nd place Helen Shaw White Blood Cells

farming because of technological hula nee. 3rd place Dan Danson Correlation of Electric eye to Hu- K a/

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1. Botany Rick Liner The effects of magnetic fields on
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2. Physics Wendell Payne Measuring weight by Centrifugal -
force. Is by its driver. He's a happy one Indeed. So will you De. when you check your dealer. Widc-Track Poatlao
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3. Disease Helen McGlaughlin Cancer Research the truth

about Cancer. HURRY ON DOWN TO WIDE-TRACK TOWN ,
4. Anatomy Judy Frisbee Anatomy of
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Chromatography

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Green COT* Sprincc. Florid rends the Act of March J. IStT. 7. Mathematics Rodney Frisbee Geodesic Domes
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STUDY IX REVELATION 'JEHOVAH'S WITNESS MEET BIRTIIS FLEET RESERVETO .

I Events Born to: HAVE DANCE .,.
The public Is invited to The Congregation of Jeho-
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cassidy
study the book of Revelationwith vah's Witnesses are planning The Fleet Reserve Club will
I I Feb. 1, a girl Lisa Gail weight
an experienced teacher. I to attend a three-day educa- The WeekFeb. have a dance this Saturday
7 lbs, 4 ounces. i
The class meets each Thurs- tional assembly: at New Smyn- evening Feb 18. at the Club
Mr. and Mrs. James Myers.
day night at seven o'clock and na Beach Florida on March house at 8:00: o'clock. Musfcs
Feb. 2, a girl Manda Marie
lasts for only an hour at the 8-10. according to R. E. Feb. 14 Veterans of Foreign will be furnished by The Me-
weight 6 IDS., 13'
Church of Christ, Houston St. Greene presiding minister.Mr. Wars VFW. 8 pm. : 02. Gee Band. The public ,is ?Invited -
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sine-
and Highway 17. north. No Greene said that one of Order of Eastern Star Ma- \> attend.
coff, Feb. 2, a boy Ronald Mil
collections are taken. J. G. the highlights of the assembly sonic Hall. 8 pm.
ton, weight 6 lbs., 9% oz.
Malphurs will be the instructor will be the ordination of new GCS Jr. High P-TA 7:30
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Coleman -
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ministers. pm., school auditorium.
Feb. 2. a girl. Alberteiner!
Beginning on the evening of Keystone Conference Basket- CLAY THEATREMrs
Blanch, weight 4 lbs 4 oz.
CHURCH OTICE March 8 will be a session of ball Tournament starts at

the ministry school. The activities Live Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Car- Jamie ('aruthcrs, Mgr

of the assembly will be Feb. 16 OES Installation of Pictured are: left to right sitting Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Lucas Mrs. A. II. Bell; standing michael, Feb. 3, a girl. Cynthia

CHRISTIAN SOCIETYCor. SCIENCE climaxed on Sunday with D. J. Officers Masonic Hall. 8 pjn. J. R. Jolissaint, 1Irs.'illiam J. Burke. Miss left to right Mrs. II. E. Reed Mrs. A. D. Duck Ann weight 8 lbs. 71-* oz. Mon.
Thomas of New York City Open meeting.Feb. Bonnie Dean Baker Mrs. L.1.. Johnston and Mrs. Elmer Johnson. Mr. an dMrs. Andrew Bet- Box office opens 7:15 p.m.

F.. Houston St. A terson Feb. 3, a girl Jacqulyn
"Who will Win
speaking on 17 Confirmation, St. Feature Begins 7:45
I p.m.
X. Magnolia Are Juanita, weight 6 lbs., 13? oz.
the Struggle for World Su Mary's 8:00: pjn.. Parish
GREEN OOVK SPRINGS premacy." Breakfast following.Feb. 42 JR. HIGH STUDENTS VIA Woman's Club Honors Mr. and Mrs.. Willie Jones, Sat.-Sun., 2 p.m. continuous

f 1 FLORIDAServices MAKE HONOR ROLL Feb. 5, a girl, Jacquelyn Mei- ,
1 During the three-day assem- 18 Rotary. Methodist -

held Sundayat bly the delegates will make as I Church. 7 pm. Forty-two students have Presidents On 80th BirthdayPast chelle.Mr. and weight Mrs.Tibs.Ralph, 2 Lubbers oz.; Titling Frl., & Sat.

11 a.m. many door-to-door and shop- Rescue Squad First Baptist rated honor roll for their scholastic Feb. 14. 13 & Iff' "
Feb. 5. a boy, Richard Allen
"SOCU.FebruAJ" to-shop calls as possible in and Church 7 pjn. work at Green Cove Presidenta of the VIAWoman's Mrs. T. Luke Glennan urgedall
Subject weight 7 lbs, 3 k oz.
17 around New Smyrna Beach to Cabul Lodge, Masonic Mall, Springs junior high school according Club were honoredat members to read the book L.DY'XU THE TRAMP,

) extend a personal invitation to 8 the Club's meeting of last
pm. to A. D. Duck, the "Masters of Deceit" by J. Ed- and
A cordial invitation is extended all to attend the featured lec- Feb. 19 Fleet Reserve Assn. principal.The Thursday most appropriatelyso JR. WOMAN'S CLUB
to attend ear service gar Hoover an expose of com- .\l4'IOSTSGEL.. .
ture. Branch No. 98. Clubhouse 8 school issued two honor as it was in Feb. 1883, TO HOLD T.\).};ST XIGHT
BPO Does. Elks Club 8 pjn. rolls last week one for the 80 years ago that "The Ladies munism, as well as other bookson .

City Commissioners. 8 pjn.. recently completed six-weeks Village Improvement Associa- the same subject. The Green Cove _Springs Tarn.
Sun., Mon. &
City Hall.Basketball. work and the other for the tion" was organized. The society Hostesses for the day were: Junior.oman's Club will present Feb. 17. 18 & 10V .. '

Clay High vs. entire first semester of school. was federated in 1895. Mrs. Pearl Hall chairman; a Talent Night on March

E Z WAY LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Orange Park 6:30: and 8 pjn. Leading the list was Artie Mrs. Chauncey Moore pres- Mrs. Fred Nelson Mrs. J. F. 15th.The VERY PIUVATK AFFAIR

Feb. 20 Women of St. Mulford, a "straight A" scholaron ident presided at the meetingand Cooper, Mrs. Robert Gravely contest is open to oil Bridget,: Harriot .

Phone 284-6041 Mary's Parish Hall, 8 pm. both rolls. Sharing the spot- Mrs. II. L. Blackmon. Mrs. Thos. J. Rivers Mrs. L.' age groups and there .will be '- : '

Feb. 21 Founders Circle, light with her on the 6-weeks American Home chairman arranged P. Fitzsimmons, Mrs. Alex prizes. IMITATION OF LIFE

OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON GCS Garden Club. 1 pm. roll was Sharon McCormick, the program. She Introduced -I Pupkin Mrs. Charles Schiene Tryouts for this event. will Sandra Dee -

Order of Rainbow for Girls. also making all A's. Miss Sandra Reese As- and Mrs. Thomas Knight. The be held on February 23rd' at

8 AM G PM 7 pm.. Masonic Hall. Those who made the honor sistant Home DemonstrationAgent attractive tables carried out 2 o'clock at the V.I.A. Build-

BPOE, Eilks Club, 8 p.m. roll for the first semester, for Clay County who the Valentine motif in their ing. \Vod. & Thnr-, Feb. 2O 21

Magnolia Street Green Cove Springs Hibiscus Garden Club 8 pjn 1962-63 school year are: gave an interesting talk on decorations.Past For registration and Infor- niTTURFIELD 8
CCRMC Unit 7:30 Presidents who mation call Mrs. W. B. Lucas
pm. 7th Grade Margaret Bat- furnishings of the home illustrated were
Jr., 284-9633. Elizabeth Taylor
ton Don Bowles Pamela Conger with drawings and present at this meeting were: .' .

Mike Elliott Jimmie charts. Mrs. A. H. Bell, Mrs. H. E.

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Hendley Sharon McCormick Rev. Gene Zimmerman, pastor Reed, Mrs. William J. Burke MRS BRUCE M.; 'MUNSELLMrs. m'II:' ATTRACTlOSa ..--

CANARY INN RESTAURANTOwned CHURCHVermont: Loretta Norris Rhonda Revels. of the Methodist Church of St. Simons Island Ga., Mrs.V. Bruce Marmaduke Mr. Hobb Takes A Vacation

Aye. David Ritter and Charles Wa gave the dveotional number. B. Lucas Mrs. L. M. Johnston -
and Operated by H. Lindsey) Munsell died last Tuesday
( Green Cove Mrs. R. P. Spearman who Is Mrs. Elmer J. Johnson The Hustlers
Springs Feb. 12 in St. Augustine. Fu-
IS NOW ters.8th GRADE Gail Baker an officer in the Clay County Miss Bonnie Dean Baker, Mrs. neral senicesill be private Samson and Seven Miracle

John Barber, Sharri Barrie Council of P-TA's spoke in be- A. D. Duck and Mrs. J. R. The World
of
You have a and the family requests that
half of the proposed Juvenile Jolissaint. Each one of them
REOPENEDSpecializing Special: Invitation Melba Bryan Vicky Congers flowers be omitted. I
to attend Joan Crawford Susie Durham shelter for Clay, Putnam and received a small gift from

Mark Ellis Jan Garrard. Mar- St. John's Counties. The Club Mrs. Moore. president. Forty
in Fine :Foods Church and Sunday School
garet Heineman Richard Ken- by tote endorsed the proposed ladies were present this num-

STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOOD Sunday School 9:45 ..m. nett Cheryl Knowles Sandra plans. ber including a few visitors Hear programs of

Kolsom, Susan Larue, Edith
Preaching 11:00 a.m.
8 A.M.
HOURS-Monday thru Friday- 8 P.M. FINE
Martin, Ruth Maxwell Billy
Closed Saturday Sunday rite Servo 7:00 p.m. w rJ

Open Sunday until Z P.M. Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. I Michand, Artie Mulford, Nancy .. ....-RECORDEDJ- ? -. : '.
Novak, Jo Reynolds. Kathy ,. .
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Jet. Hwy. 10 .* 17 Green Cove Springs Pastor Rev. J. C Maynor Robinson, Lynn Shelton. Joanne SACRED .
Phone 284-5181: Phone-EV 9- 830 Swanson and Annette

Szabo. MUSIC

The honor roll for the third

_ : : F ; 6-weeks period which closed I. DAI. ?
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: ; ; Batton 7th GRADE Don Bowles- Margaret Pamela 8ky

Conger. Bobby Hawkins, Jim-
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Sharon McCormick Loretta _
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,;",r.i),.. Robinson, Linda Tyre, Charles __
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Mark Ellis. Jenny Fisher. Jan
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.: > Marsha Jones. Cheryl Knowles. -. '
: ; 1 1r 's : Susan LaRue, Edith Martin Jua :\ n SpringXyfoh ..

j Ruth .$5'Ta ..
< e ? ; Artie Maxwell Mulford, Billy Nancy Michaud Novak qygpi Bawl .' .

p 1 Jo Reynolds. Kathy Robinson, All Work Guaranteed for
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Lynn Shelton, Scott Smith and .. .
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ROY DAVIS ,Watchmaker -
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$ 44i We Service all makes of Radios
Nerd Tools! or Equipment :
F .:Siaort i .
Rent Them IYom Our 23 W Walnut St. Green Cove Springs.

Classified Section rhotos By Gen Koza 24 Hour Service Phone 284-6951 Mall Orders .Y -

Chronographs and Special Models Slightly HigherCREENCOVECURBMARKETTT
Scott-Hoiverton United

WI.. pj \ make mowing .

% a FUN In Marriage SaturdayMiss :

{ ,
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. ter unite wool suit with a

A.Q&ctitL A. Howerton of Matoaka. West white orchid corsage. Her sis- ALL UKAMISFRKhll

: \ ter and only attendant Mrs. .
; CIGARETTES 250FKKSH
Virginia, was married to Sergeant Marie Thompson wore a sky -

Thomas R. Scott United blue wool .
suit and a purple orchid -
t States Army in the Methodist corsage. Sgt. Scott son of : .. '

Church of Green Cove Springson Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Scott, MILK .. I ; 48t
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*'% Whit Saturday Feb. 9, at 4 p.m. Jr.. of Green Cove Springs was .
CUB CADETS .
a in the presence of friends and attended by his father as best '

Your family will positively, relatives of the young couple. man. .- --

51! fight for a chance to mow the Rev. Mr. Gene Zimmerman officiated Following the ceremony a reception BREAD : .I 250 : .

lawn with an International at the double ring cere- was held In the church .

Cub Cadet. Controls are so mony. social hall. The wedding cake -

easy almost anyone can drive was served by Mrs. Gerry Far- -
it. You'll lawnin BANANASTHREE 250
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zip over your
ley and Mrs. E. L. Bradley.
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record time up to an '"- -.'
4r acre an hour with the husky PHOTOS BY KOZA Punch was served by the Mis- 40OZ. CANS --.. .
33-in. International rotary ses Leslie Rowe. Linda Cooper ,

mower. Moving is fun with The Hilltop Photo Studio Joy Perlman and Gail Wilkes. ORANGE JUICE 'lM---/or 990

a Cub Cadet made by Out of town guests included -

the world's most experiencedtractor We will cover your Mrs. Laura Kellum of Fells- .Y .
maker. THRIFTY MAID CCT I1LUE LAKH $1.83 VALUE
7 Hrt.p.w.r E.iy ndinfAD Photographic needs for mere. Mrs. John S. Blount -.u
Miss Frances Blount. Mr. Lucian _.t 6 +
|..r (elf at..rie, GREEN BEANS 8 : 99t
ADD A PHONE. ADD A LOT TO LIVINGSave ln..fau.uM. Portraits Weddings, Church Blount of Venezuela and
.23 toady tow s.d ..,.,..
Social and Fraternal ii!. R. Kellum TD2. USN. Also
.fte llIMtIta ..rabbi.CONVENIENT TliniFTY MAID CREA3I STYLK
attending from Miami were
time trouble. Add details the low cost and TERMS And AU Other OccasionsFor Mrs. 0. J. Hackler and Miss .3 J101s pMUi
steps, exten- on lovely colors, COME INI! SEE THE CUI CADET CORN 8 99cG
Call Rachel Hackler; Mrs. William
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sion phones where family lives call Telephone Business Office Appointment ..; -
your your P. Schaefer and her son. John .
McGEETS WELDING GENE KOZA .\. RED, 303 SIZE CANSTOMATOES --
most. bedroom, kitchen, workshop, L IHI.I I & RADIATOR SHOP from Atlanta.
The couple will reside in $99t.

Florida room, teen-ager's room. For Southern $, Bell 520 X. Orange Ave. 284-9268 Hopkinsvffle. Kentucky. where ., : -- .- .' ." .'
Green Cove Springs Sgt. Scott Is stationed with the -

...G.tcvNg IJdJ)116i Phone 284-3162 GREEN COVE SPRINGS 101st Airborne Division United! WE RESERVE QUAOTITT BIGHTS -

States Army.
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GIRL SCOUT NEWSGirl BIG 0" BANQUETAt OP MARDI GRAS MARCH 2
Social NotesHere I MHC&
Events Of Scout Troop 203 will the annual "Big O" ban- In a proclamation by Orange

sel Ibaked goods each Friday quet last Tuesday evening at Park Mayor Walter Odum
for a visit with the Atlanta this week on a buying
School FarmsREPORTER
the Orange Park High Penney March 2 has been
The WeekOrange from 5 to 8 o'clock in the eve- Ralph Moores of Allen Mac trip for her store. cafetorium. members of the declared

ning outside Huntley's Gro- Court is her brother Fred La- varsity football team received Mardi Gras Carnival Day in

Park Woman's Club cery Store. The girls and their Vita of New York City. Last week. Tex Goodson C. their letters and JV players : Mrs. Herbert D. Myers Phone 529-8131 Orange Park.

:Valentine Supper Friday. mothers will also fill special C. Pmkston Curtis Browning. their certificates. Mr. and Mrs. Byron MacGill r ri John A. Swetnam recently. The local businesses and
Harry Horton of KingsleyAve. R. J. Thompson and Lloyd lettermen Included: of N. Y. members of the First
orders for cakes during the Varsity Elmira were over- They are organizations are already
Feb. 15. at the 'Vomen'sClubhouse. Jordan went their annual i
entered Riverside Hospital on Jim Jolnes Church of Beverly of
Martha
Johnny Lynch night guests of Miss Baptist
week. To order .please caU Mrs. to
working the 32
Kingsley Ave. fishing trip to Dead Lake. prepare
on Monday for a checkup.Mr. Rich-
Mike Felt Jim Booth Benson on January 30. Mrs. which Rev. Swetnam was pas-
Frank Bisbee at CO 4-4040. They enjoyed a whole week of floats and decorated cars for
Orange Park Lions Valentine ard Broom. Sidney Gervin. MacGill is Miss Benson's niece. tor for seven years.
Dance Saturday Feb. 16, This project Is being under- and Mrs. Philip Cassadyare fishing and camping out. Boy Ronald Manning. Allan All- the parade that afternoon.Mrs. .

9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Lions taken to help finance thetroop's the parents of a baby girl, Scout style. britton Eric Hansen, George Mrs. Milton B. Pratt is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schiver James Reid chairmanof
trip to the Juliet Lowe .Lisa Gail, born Feb. 1 at Frisbee. Wiley
:Club. Clay Reams. Rodney for a few days, with old
Mr. and Mrs. James Reid of enjoyed a short visit with a the contest for King and
Birthplace in Savannah. Ga.
' Band Association of Orange Memorial Hospital. Cunigan. Ronald Scott. Ray friends in St. Petersburg. She
At Elbow Road were called to Orlando girlhood school ;mate Mrs. Carl Queen of Mirth and King and
their
Park High Monday, Feb. meeting last Wed- Moore Bill Lytle. will attend the Pratt Literary Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Pet-
last week because of the Queen of the Mardi Gras, has
nesday evening, the Senior Dennis Zinnia Mike Harrison -
18:at 7:30 p.m. at the school Commander Luther H. Elliot serious illness of Jim's 88 Society meeting. This Societywas erson and Mr. and Mrs.\ Roscoe
Girl Scouts of Mariner Ship year Art Barthlow Gary Pink- received several entries, but
,
cafetorium. of Laurel Grove Lane will named for her late husband Hall are retired and residingin
old father. able to
They
Orange Park-NAS Girl Scout No. 154 tore old white sheets .become commanding officer of were ston. Bill Goodson. Jerry Mc- Milton B. Pratt. Ocala Fla. will not announce all the
return Monday since he was
fo ruse in making Mahoney Mike
cancer the newly formed Attack Laughlin.Sam
'Neighborhood Meeting much improved. Their daughter names of candidates until next
dressings. Their Skipper Mrs. Yatro. Buck Weaver. Marshal
t Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 9:30 John Squadron 45 on Friday during Mrs. Douglas Halford remained While preaching at the Rev. George S. Sutton D. D. week. She urges that everyone
Nelson: reports that they Ricker. Leonard Schlomer Ed-
commissioning ceremonies at
a.m. In the Scout Hut, NAS. morning worship service last
In Orlando with her conducted the mid-week Prayer entering a candidate give her
can still use more sheets and NAS Jacksonville.Mrs. die Powers and managers
Orange Park Civitans Tuesday call her if aunt and uncle. Sunday Rev. Thomas S. Clea- Meeting on Feb. 6, by requesting -:. the name before then so that
you can you have John Center. Jim Hagan. and
ver was pleased to see his in the all candidates wil lhave
Feb. 19, at 7 pjn. at any at CO 44113. Arthur Shad. beginning an
Charlie's Restaurant. Jean Gilmour and brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. ,about fifteen persons to suggest equal amount of time to collect -
Troop 203 spent last week- ORANGE" PARK LIONS Junior Varsity certificateswere .
daughter. Diane visited last W. G. Cleaver of New Haven.
a gospel song only one their penny votes You
Doctors Inlet P-TA
Elementary
end presented to: Charles I.
camping at the Girl Scout week-end with son Douglas HOLD LADIES NIGHTAt Conn.. enter the sanctuary. The '
Tuesday Feb. Tti, at 7:30 I established Baker. Calvin Sharpe. Don verse of which was sung by can call her during the day at
camp Chowenwaw Gilmour and family of Elbow Cleavers also had the follow-
those present then the one CO 4-4471. or in the eveningat
at the school. a Ladies Night dinner
pan. Black Creek. Foulk J. P. Tynes Adell Allen.
on With their
Rd. They also said good-by to ing guests from St. Augustinefor who suggested each song lead CO 4-5452.
Orange Park Boat Club Auxiliary leaders, Mrs. Donald Blair and last Monday evening the Morris Weaver Nicky Ware
Mrs. Gilmour's mother Mrs. church and dinner at the
in a short prayer. The response -I
Orange Park Lions Club inducted Carnival chairman. Mrs. Lee
; Thursday Feb. 21, Mrs. O. S. Braddock and Danny Spivey. Ronald Harrington -
Grace
Spindler of Watseka Quadrangle Mr. and Mrs. Ben
was most gratifying and
five members into : Duncan reminds to
new everyone
at 8 Philip Duke. J. C.
pjn. camping instructor Mrs. Ralph
when she started back
Illinois Meacham and their
granddaughter interesting and all who want-
the club.T. get started on a costume to
Moore 18 Mosley Ronald Chester Jerry
girls slept in tents
home her annual
after holiday Cecelia and Mr. and
ed to respond were not heard
for two'nights B. Wilder Walter Gorski, Quigley Lee Schlomer. John-I wear to the big costume ball at
Don't forget to register ifyou and worked on
visit with them in Deland. Mrs. Ray Houghton and
Joseph Brouillette Dean Jack- ny Gales. Bill Midgett. Hugh son. ,because of the time limited for Orange Park High School in
various camping badges in
area resident of Green Billy. this part of the program. Then
the Prizes will
rather nippy cold weather. son and M. Womack, were Cotney. Harry Roberts John evening. be
Cove Springs for the coming Bill Gorski of South,Boston. welcomed into the club. Bannister and Ronnie Dr. Sutton gave a helpful discourse awarded for best costumes.

city election! The Orange ,Park-NAS Girl Mass., has returned home after Serving as inducting officerwas Gales Butch managers BonviUian Miss Ruth Herdliska of on several small chal- The carnival events are pre-

Scout Neighborhood meeting his visit with his brother Walter Lion J. Quinton Rumph and Guy Odum. Sioux Falls. S. D.. spent the lenging words in the Bible. sented for the benefit of the

will be next Tuesday Febru- I Gorski and family of Stiles District Governor District 35- weekendith Mr. and Mrs. The entire meeting followeda Raider Band.
Special trophies
ary 19. at the Scout Hut on' were pre- Ray Bohner. Miss Herdhska
Ave. new plan and it was inter-
L, Lions International. Lion
USED CLEANERSNow sented to Eric
Hansen. most
Jason St., NAS. at 9:30 in the ; left Tuesday afternoon for Mi- esting and instructive for us.
Rumph who was guest of honor -
Available morning.All valuable linesman; Jim Booth,
ami where she would
Elaine Center daughter of wasa also the speaker for most valuable back; and Sam join a
Fl. Mdl.) $G8.0O of the Girl Scout and group from South Dakota on MARY JACKSONGift
( Compact
Commander and Mrs. George the evening. He gave a very Mahoney most improved player. Last Sunday evening In the
Electrolnx-Rebuilt $39.05 Brownie Troops in Orange Center of Elbow Rd.. is a inspiring talk on Lionism to a tour of South America via Social Room of the Quad- Shop

Used Cleaners $10.00 & up Park plan to attend the Dis- pledge of Alpha Delta Pi soro- the; group of over 60 Lions and jet plane. rangle, Mr. Carroll M.\ Wright Agency for
trict V
Thinking Day programat rity at Florida Southern College -I wives attending the dinner. showed pictures and spoke on
also the ORANGE PARK Mr. and Mrs. Charles Park Cleaners and Laundry
Ravine Gardens in Pa- and has been chosen! Also present for the DistrictGovernor's Brownof the subject LETS GO ON A
Parts and Repairs for all latka LIONS CLUB NEWS Whispering Creek 24 HOUR SERVICE
on Saturday. Feb. 23. A Village
pledge class president. visitation were BEAUTY TRAIL. It turned out
Makes Cleaners program will be presented by Lions from Gainesville Jack- The Orange Park Lions Ft. Pierce Fla., called on Mr.! to be colored slides of many Hallmark Greeting Cards

the Gateway Girl Scouts who Club is Valen- and Mrs. Ward Krone last and
a
Sandra Chambers also a sonville Beach and even a vis- sponsoring beautiful spots and areas in
KIRBYSALES I attended last summer's Inter- tine's Dance on Saturday February Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Brown Complete Gift Line
Florida Southern freshman is iting Lion from Canada. Zone flowers, water falls, coast linesin
national Round-Up Button 16. from 9 0 1 o'clockat were formerly of Pittsfield
& SER.ICEPhone a pledge of Zeta Tau Alpha Chairman Charles Thompsonof many parts of USA Cana- Phone 264652017OO
Bay Vermont. Each troop will the Riverside the Lion's Club. Mass., where he was electrical]
sorority. Lions Club Introduced da, Europe and the Bible Hwy. 17 Orange Park
264-6520
make its contribution of money Governor Rumph. All Lions and their friendsare engineer in maintenance dept., lands.
1700 Hwy. 17 Orange Park collected for the Juliet Lowe invited to attend this semi- of General Electric.

International Friendship Fund. Mrs. Geoffrey King's mother formal dance with music furn-

Mrs. Martin of Tifton Ga., NAVAL STORES NEWS ished by the Danny High Miss Martha Benson has

; arrived this week for a visit By:. A. A. MurphyU. Orchestra. The donation is been journeying through Cen-
REAL ESTATE
FranksSHOE with her daughter and granddaughters .: S. Forest Service $3.00 per person with free tral Florida to St. Petersburgwith

Lee and Gail of Elbow Palatka, Florida set-ups furnished. Tickets are friends. Miss Gleim and
INSURANCE APPRAISALS
REPAIR SHOP Road. The working of Naval Stores available from any Lion or at Mrs. Durr of Millburn. N. J.

Frank Feccio furnish jobs to hundreds of Jim Reid's shop. She returned to Penney Farmson

Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Belyea men., last Friday.A .
Expert Shoe Repairing Frank W. Brownand
Dying All Leather and Fabric Shoes and son Lance of KingsleyAve Many families earn all or BOY SCOUT GOODWILL

"All Kinds of Leather Work" -. went to South' Portland the major part of their living DRIVE IS SUCCESSFUL, dinner party of 32 persons Associates
Maine to visit with Bob's par, from Naval Stores work. honoring the birthday of the
1712 Highway 17 Boy Scout Troop 24 of
Orange Park ents 'who saw their grandsonfor The Naval Stores value In Orange Park wishes to thank I Rev. Raymond R. Gregory was 1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone
'the first time during this held in the Quadrangle din-
our trees is considerable. Tur- all those residents who filled Orange Park CO 4-9501

visit. pentining can increase the Income the Goodwill bags distributedby ing room on Thursday evening

from the woodland from the boys. Feb. 1. The table was prettily

COTNEY TIRE SERVICE Berry Boland. son of Mr. and 40-80 per cent. Trees do not Last Saturday the Boy decorated as was the birthday

.. :Mrs. Robert L. Boland of Stiles require fertilizing or cultivat- Scouts collected enough filled cake in keeping with the Val-

.. ". ]-Tire Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size '. Ave., celebrated his ninth ing as do row-crops and sel- bags to fill a big Navy truck entine season. Following the Dr. Albert M. Malaterre

Dist. Miller Tires-Autolite birthday last Saturday with a dom do we hear of crop failurein plus a large second load. The dinner one of the highlightswas
'- BatteriesCor.
movie party for a group of his naval stores. Modern meth- bags were taken to the Jack- the reading of greetingsand t Chiropractic Physician

Park and King Jacksonville Fla.3V friends. ods of turpentining such as sonville Goodwill organizationfor poems received from Rev.Gregory's .
bark with acid and two sons grandchildren -
chipping
their program of Jobs fort
9-3027 or EV 4-6491 sisters and brother announces the opening of his
Captain and Mrs. H. K. Rock use of spiral gutters attached e handicapped.
ANDORANGE enjoyed a visit last week-end with removable double-headed Guests then enjoyed a social New Offices

from their daughter Sally nails do not harm the worked hour in the Lounge consistingof
GRACE CHURCH TO HAVE songs and games. Then 1632 Hwy. 17 N. Orange Park. FU.
PARK Ann. a student at the University part of the tree. The entire
of Florida. # worked portion of trees turpen- ANNUAL 'IEETL'GGrace forming a circle and clasping PHONE: 264-9587

tined by this method can be Episcopal Church will hands they joined in singing
hold their annual meeting "Auld Lang Syne." By Appointment
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Rosen- sold for sawtlmber poles or on

berger of Elbow Rd. spent last pulpwood without a loss in Thursday. Feb. 21. A covered HOURS: Monday. & 9 to 8
Wednesday Friday
a.m. pjn.
SAN LEBRYDO LUMBER CO week-end in Tampa on a com- value due to turpentining. dish supper will precede the Mrs. Ann Morgan and Mrs..

bined business and pleasuretriP. If the income from naval meeting. Mrs. Alan Ewing is In A. Burleigh of Beverly N. J.,' Closed Thursday & Saturday Afternoons

MILL ON HIGHWAY 21 AT MIDDLEBURG stores is added to the income charge of the supper. were guests of Rev. and Mrs.'

received from sale of timber to

Dr. and Mrs. Erwin Bernstein industries In Clay County it 8 =3 C
"WE SPECIALIZE IN CUSTOM-CUT ---- C
I of Milwaukee Ave rr uld be an eye opener to
.
I EXTRA LEXGTIIS" cently were visited by his parents -. landowners merchants and TRY IT FOR SIZE II 1 C

of New York City. business people of our section .
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causing us all to give more =

"Stevie" Stephens son of thought to better managementand ;;
KILN DRIED PINE &
MATERIALS Dr. and Mrs. H.: L. Stephens of protection of our wood- =

Orange Circle celebrated his land. J p C

fifth birthday last week-end C CSC

Felt Sheet Rock Doors with a small party for the COMPLETE

.neighborhood children. He was ..-. 7 s i

Fence Posts Molding .Windows) I most thrilled over his new 2- SEPTIC TANKSERVICE
,wheeler bike.

Eave DripPlywood Nails Cement I
Dr. and Mrs. William Mason

and children of Stiles Ave.
Shingles Mortar Mix spent last week-end In New S Cleanouts

Orleans with former Orange Repairs

Park residents. Dr. and Mrs.A. .
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IShop Clay County For LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE Middleburg Notes': :' : I IThe


IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, THE FOURTH JUDICIAL IN AND FOR CLAY Reporter: Ruth Barthlow BUtler 2-5262

FLORIDA. CIRCUIT OF THE STATE COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. .

CASE NO. 3570 OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 489 Rev. Thomas Geyer has Burial was in Dunne Creek

JACKSONVILLE FEDERAL CLAY COUNTY IN CHANC IN RE: ESTATE OP recovered from his Illness to cemetery.Mr. .

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ERY. :EDWIN H. such an extent that he was Howard died at his home_

a corporation under No. 3566 BROWN.Deceased able to fill his appointments here following a lengthy iil-:

at both Doctor's Inlet and ness. He was born in DarierC
the laws of the United Statesof JOHN P. CORCORAN JRTrustee .. FINAL NOTICE
America Ulddlebur Methodist churches Ga.. and had lived in Middle
,
Plaintiff, Plaintiff NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Sunday. His audience was burg eight years. He was ay

n.HENRY. vs.GLENN. I that the undersigned, on i happy that he was able to member of the Middleburg

R. CARUSO and PAT- i the twenty-first day of January bring one of his lovely ser- Methodist church and Wood-
L. BOHANNON and
A. D. 1963. filed a final of
mons. men World Camp 403.surrt"ors .
Ant CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS SY Y. CARUSO his wife; JOANN HARRIETTE BOHANNON
,
accounting of its administration include his widow
D. CARUSO. unmarried.
his wife, of the estate of Edwin H. Visitors at the morning service Mrs. Dorothy Howard; a
Defendants.
ABC TV INLET MARINA MARINA MOTELAPTS. NOTICE OF SUIT Defendants. Brown. Deceased and notice is in the Methodist church daughter. Miss Charlotte Vickers -

FOR NOTICE OF SUIT further given that after publi- were Mr. and Mrs. Barkley. both of Middleburg; two
RENT THE STATE OP FLORIDATo
Hwy 17 Orange Park THE STATE OF FLORIDATO cation of this notice once each parents of Mrs. Billy Towers. sons. Edward John Vickers of
: JOANN D. CARUSO unmarried -
RALPH F. MILBERGER
STORAGE-WET & DRY By Week or MonthU. : HARRIETTE BOHANNON week for four consecutive Boynton 'Beach and Robert

REFRIGERATIONAND CROSBY BOATS S. 17 North Route 7. Box 157 whose residence is unknown weeks application will be madeto Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss Alan Vickers of Middleburg:

EE-ZY TRAILERS Charleston. South Carolina YOU ARE HEREBY RE- the Honorable Thomas J. Enza Blanchard. both of Law- four sisters. Mrs. Sally Howard -

AIR CONDITIONING MERCURY ENGINES PHONE 234-3605 QUIRED to file your answer or Rivers County Judge of Clay tey. were recent visitors of Mrs. Mary Carroll Mrs.

ServiceAUTHORIZED YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- written defenses if any. in the County Florida for the approval Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and Mrs. Gladys Brown and Mrs. Hazel

PACKAGE STOREPAUL'S above proceeding with the of said accounting and Ray Nugen. Rodgers all of Jacksonville;
SALES & SERVICECO FIED that a suit has been filed
"FEDDEfiS"Sales : against you and HENRY R. Clerk of this Court and to for final discharge of the undersigned two brothers Albert Howardof

& Service 4-9835 CARUSO and PATSY Y. CARUSO serve a copy thereof upon the as executor of said Miss Linda Green is still Riceboro Ga., and George

Home Phone 284-O78O his wife in the above- Plaintiff's attorney whose estate. handicapped by a lame foot N. Howard of Oceanway.

Business Phone 284-6381 BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN All Legal Beverages entitled cause and that you are name and address appears THE BARNETT NATIONAL which was caused by a conflic Pallbearers were D. W. Phillips -

hereon. on or before the 11th BANK OP JACKSONVILLE. between the foot and a door. Robert White. Charles A.
Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M.Dnval required to file your Answer
as executor of the estate of We wish her in the Newnham Rev. Lester
E. REEDBookkeeping Comity Line with the Clerk of this Court day of March. 1963. a speed up Tag-

'1r and to serve a copy thereof The nature of this proceed- Edwin H. Brown. Deceased.By recovery. Crutches are very gart L. E. Gnann and Napoleon -

,NKE fy 4 AGIN'SRefrigeration North of Orange Park upon the Plaintiff or thePlaintiff's ing being a suit for foreclosure SAM M. CONOLY awkward.Mr. Deese. Honorary pallbearerswere

: and Tax Service Attorneys whose 'on a mortgage on the following Vice President and Senior Deane Pli uner, F. H.

( And Air PIANO SERVICE and address is: KNIGHT described real property lying Trust Officer and Mrs. Calvin Mann Osborne. Charles Foust. Harry
name
( ; i. ) 400 W. Walnut St.
i't' ConditioningSERVICE KINCAID POUCHER & HARRIS and being in Clay County. Florida First published on. Jan. 24. were joined by the latter's sis Taylor. Merrill Robinson Wil-
Phone 2816'21Green
't- GEORGEVEEX8; 1112 Barnett Bank Building to-wit: 1963. ter. Mrs. George Martin of liam Starling and Rev. J. A.
PIAtfO SERVICE Jan. 24. 31. Feb. 1. 14. 1963 Jacksonville Rich.
Core Springs Jacksonville 2, Florida. Beginning in the NE cornerof on a pleasure trip

Chrysler Airtmp Sales Tuning Repairing not later than March 18, 1963. the North one-half (N%) to Miami West Palm Beach
of Government lot 4 lying LEGAL NOTICE and other South Florida towns HIGHWAY PATROL
,
Authorized Philco CABINET WORK PHONE 284-827 If you fail to do so a Decree
Service Pro Confesso will be entered West of Sand Clay Road during the past week. WARNS DRIVERSThe
Box 60 Hlbernla Rt.
against you for the relief demanded known as the Green Cove NOTICE OF APPLICATION Florida Highway Patrol
Day Ph. ::s 1-3680 LJNSLEY WOODWORKS Green Cove Springs
Night 2843492S. Custom Cabinetry in the Complaint. Springs and Paiatka Old FOR TAX DEED LEGISLATIVE WORKSHOP warned today against com-

Road as recorded In Deed Sec. mitting what like little
This suit Is to foreclose a 194.18 F.S. seems
Office RRAL ESTATE There will be &: Legislative
Bar and Store Fixtures
PamettoGreen Book No. 19 at page 453 ex- errors while driving pointingout
mortgage. The real property
Cabinets Bldg. Hardware NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Workshop meeting at the Mid-
Gee Springs cept parts recorded in Deed that the result is often
proceeded against is:
Plywood Plastic Laminates CLARENCE B. LAZETTE that Frank P. Cowart the dleburg Civic Center at eight
Book No. 34 page 124 Deed tragedy.
Lot 7, Block 9, MEADOW-
holder of the following certificates o'clock on the evening of Feb.
Phone Bus. 284-3223 Book No. 75, 268 Deed "There several
Liscensed Broker in BROOK. Unit No.2. accord- page are common
FILL DIRTCHERRY has filed said certificates 26. The speaker will be Repre-
Fhcne Res. 284-38O3 ing to plat recorded in Plat Book No. 45 at page 377 and errors that just about everyone -
Green Cove
Springs for a tax deed to be issued sentative Sam Saunders and
I Deed Book No. 88 at page 53, is guilty of at one time or
Highway 17 North Since 1937 Book (6. pages 12 and 13, thereon. The certificate num anyone interested in the school

& LOVETTDragLine Green Cove Spring* public records of Clay Coun- public records of Clay County bers and years of Issuance the I system is urged to attend. another" declared Patrol

Homes Farms Acreage ty, Florida. Florida. All lying and beIng ,. description of the property and Comdr. H. N. Kirkman "and

Dump Truck in Government Lot 4. the commission of these
WITNESS hand and seal errorshave
APPLIANCESJim 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 my the names in which it was assessed RUSSEL D. HOWARD
LIGHT DOZIER WORK of said Court at Green Cove Section 2. Township 7 South. are as follows: in the past caused many

Range 26. East Clay County Funeral services for RusselD. a tragic death and injury deal-
CLEAN FILL DIRT Carter Appliance Springs, Florida this 9th day Certificate No. 46
UPHOLSTERERS Florida. Running in a South- I Howard 53, were held at 2 "
of A. D. 1963. ing crash.
Shell Clay Service Inc. February Year of Issuance: May 31,
19511
erly direction along the Sand o'clock Monday afternoon in
FREE ESTIMATES (COURT SEAL) Description of Property: Part of One of the most common

PROMPT DELIVERY A. F. BakerRefrigeration BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP GEORGE L. CARLISLE Clay Road, known as the S H of NWU as Recorded in I the chapel of Key-McCabe Fu- mistakes the motorist makes
Green Cove Springs and Pa- neral Home with the Rev.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT I Is failure to heed a stop sigh.
& 1400 W. Idlewtld AT*., Deed Book 88 Page 295. Section
Courteous Service latka Old Road a distance of Thomas Geyer
officiating.
: "Just rolling to a stop
Air Conditioning Service Phone 284.3505 COURTBy 30 Township 8 Range 24 E. up
Phone CO 4.6311 150 feet, thence in a Westerly street without coming to
Grace M. Carlisle &
Green Core Springs Names in which assessed: Alfred -
Res. CO 4-0867 also all Feb. 14, 21, 28, Mar. 7, 1963. direction 100 feet thencein Domin.All CHASE APPOINTED TO complete halt and looking for
Seat Covers Panels a Northerly direction 150 FLORIDA COUNCIL OF 100
W. E. (Ernest) Cherry, Major Appliance Repairs of said property being in: traffic in both directions is not
Auto TopsUpholstery feet; thence in a Easterly direction -
Randall Chase, president. enough to insure for
General Mgr. Washers Dryers LEGAL NOTICE the County of Clay. State of safety
Doctors Inlet, Fla Phone 2843542Miscellaneous Lining a distance of 100 feet Florida. Chase & Company. Sanford you and the other drivers who
Sofas Chain to the point of beginning.Said .
has been appointed to the be
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT Unless such certificate or may approaching from either -
Cushions lot being 100 x 150 feet. Florida Council of 100 by Gov. direction." Kirkman said.
OF CLAY COUNTY certificates shall be redeemed .

FLORIDA. In Probate No. 574.<< DONE and ORDERED at according to law the property Farris Bryant. Turning from the wrong
I I OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE I Income Tax Service Green Cove Springs C 1 a y Fred O. chairmanof lane
In re: Estate of WALTER E. described in such certificate or Dickinson on high speed roads can
6th
County Florida this day
the council announced the bring sudden death failure to
18 Years Experience SPENCER SR., deceased. certificates will be sold to the ;
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo of February 1963.GEORGE highest bidder at the court appointment of Chase by Gov. signal your intentions before

Short Forms$2.00Long All Creditors and Persons L. CARLISLE court house door on the first Bryant this week. making a turn in traffic Is

For RentFOR Forms-$5.00 up having Claims or Demands CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy Monday in Month of March. At the same time. Dickinsonsaid dangerous.

against said Estate: : Grace M. Carlisle 1963. which is the 4th day of that Chase will serve as Sudden stops, especiallywhen
Reasonable Rates for Business,
RENT: Nice 2 bedroom TV SERVICE, Anytime Don Real Estate Rentals Etc. You and each of you are Deputy Clerk March. 1963. zone industry: chairman for read lights are not in

house, newly painted inside and Woollard. Phone 2849615.>> hereby notified and required to Hobbs & Whigham Dated this 5th day of February Seminole County. He will be tip top working order cause

PAUL EEMLIXGER present any claims and demands Attorneys for Plaintiff 1963. charged with responsibility of many wrecks that bring death
out large yard Otfc
reasonable ap-
tarnished. Call Penney which you may have 211 Jackson Street George L. Carlisle assisting in procuring new industry 'and injury.

pliances 5298211.. 20tfc FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- 8645 Roosevelt Blvd. against the Estate of Walter E. Tampa. Florida Clerk of Circuit Court of for the county. i Passing on curves and in no-

Farms mowers. $15.00 and up McGee's Orange Park Spencer. Sr., deceased late of Feb. 7, 14. 21, 28, 1963 Clay County. Florida The council appointed by !passing zones result in head-

FISHER MOTEL 411 FerrisSt. Welding: & Radiator 520 N. CAREY'S TRADING POST Clay County. Florida to the Feb. 7. 14. 21, 28, 1963 the governor, consists of leading on crashes many times a year

Open under new manage- Orange Ave., Phone 2843163. County Judge of Clay County T.EGAL NOTICE industrialists financiers in Florida and in almost every

ment. Apartments rooms 7tfc WE BUY SELL TRADE Florida at his office in the LEGAL NOTICE businessmen and educators In i case there is serious injury and

day, week or month. Lights and FINE HOUSESIf Three locations: Courthouse of said County at LEGAL NOTICE the state. big property damage if not

water furnished. Phone 284- 15 E Palmer St, Ph. 284-3280 Green Cove Springs Florida Notice is hereby given that a NOTICE OF APPLICATION death.

3553 or 281-9233. 17tfc you home have a lot we will buildTOUl' C Warehouse & antiques old within six calendar months Public Hearing will be held by FOR TAX DEED LEGAL NOTICE Another common but seemingly -

either on shell monthly complete payments in- Gym Bldg. S. Orange Are. from, the time of the first publication the Clay County Board of Ad- Sec. 194.16. F.S. small error is to drive,

of this notice. Each justment on Friday. February IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF for short
FOR RENT 2 houses, furnished NOTICE IS even a distance to
either frame of CBSWriteBox "BIG TOP" tent Blanding HEREBY GIVEN -
one 1 bdr. and one 2 claim or demand shall be in 22. 1963. in the Board of Coun CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA the left of the centerUne. Pull-
W, Clay County Crescent. that Frank P. Cowart. the
Blvd. At Ridgewood
bdr.. extra nice freshly painted writing shall be in duplicate ty Commissioners Meeting holder of the following certifi- la CHANCERY Ing out from the curb or off

inside and out. phone 529- DOGS BOARDED-home care, Furniture & appliances at shall state the place of residence Room in the Clay County cates has filed said certificatesfor ,RUTH J. FEZQEL." the shoulders of a highway Into -

31tfc day, week month. I and post office addressof Court House in Green Cove Plaintiff traffic
5291, Penney Farms. or Rodlyn bargain prices SUe a tax deed to be issued without warning it
Kennels 2843973. 7-4c the claimant shall be sworn Springs Florida beginning at Y8.HUGH. deadly.
thereon. The certificate numbers -
to by the claimant, his agent or 8:00: o'clock pjn. B. FEIGLE. JR. To survive In today's traffic -
For Sale Real Estate SMALL EQUIPMENTFOR ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, and yean of issuance the
attorney and shall be accom- DefendantNO.
One hearing is called regardingthe description of the property, and you must observe every
RE.7You Inc
panied by the one dollar filing 1564
Notice of Appeal by the safety precaution when you
FOR SALE House and lot, 3 name it We have ItlcGee's the names in which it was assessed .
fee required by law and
We Will Trade for Your Car, any applicant for a Rezoning the are as follows: NOTICE OF SUIT drive obey and live" Kirk-
; II.
bedrooms. 2 baths terazzo "'e1dinzRadiator
such claim demand not
Furniture, Diamonds, OP Any- or so following described property: Certificate No. 84 THE! STATE OP FLORIDATO man suggested.
floors at Pleasant Point Call 520 N. Orange Phone 28431637tfc i filed shall be void.
thing of Value on a New Mobile Part of Tract 3. Creighton Year of Issuance: May 31. U55 : HUGH B. FEIGLE, JR. I
2& .3962. 10-4p /sEunice Anderson
Spencer
Home. Forest. Unit 2, according to Description of Property: Lot S 418 Sixth Street LEGAL, NOTICE
As Executrix of the Last Will
SEWING Expert Seamstress plat recorded in the PublicRecords Blk. 6A Fleming Island Estates Racine Wisconsin I
HOUSE ON LARGE LOT for ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, and Testament and Codicil
Coats Dresses. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Draperies, of Clay County Name in which assessed: Thel- LEGAL NOTICE
sale' near schools nice neigh. Curtains. Phone 2843159. ticSITUATION Inc. of Walter E. Spencer, Sr. Florida in Plat Book 4, pages ma Hlnely that a suit has been filed I I As of this date February 14,

borhood. 2 bdrm, CB. Call 284- 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. deceased. 35 and 36. and being more All of said against you in the above en- I
WANTED property being In 1563. I will not be responsible
lOtfc Jan. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1963
9679 EV 4-5584 particularly described as follows the County of Clay State of titled cause and you are hereby for any debts made by anyone

AVAILABLE: Public stenographer :;:-14 tfc : Florida. required to serve upon plain other than myself.
FOR SALE and Public LEGAL NOTICE For point of tiffs attorney whose name and
Notary beginning com- Unless such certificate or John H. BlockerFeb.

Mrs. Jack Saam. Spruce St, mence at the Intersection of certificates shall be redeemed address appear hereon your 14. 21. 28, Mar. 1, 1983
BUY OR TRADE caU 284-9370 between 8 & 10 JONES & HALL NURSERYNow NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR the westerly boundry line of according to law the property written defenses, if any, to the

For Your Used Mobile Home. aan. Mon. thru Sat. 24tfc Open 7 Day A Week TAX DEED U. 8. Highway 17 (State described In such certificate or bill of complaint in said suit,

Top Dollar Paid. Big Allowance See. 194.16. F.S. Road No. 15). and the south- certificates will be sold to the copy of which Is delivered to LEGAL NOTICE
MOTHER'S helper live in ref Come Out Browse Around
,
,
on Your Coach to Trade. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN erly boundry line of Creighton highest bidder at the court you herewith on or before
erences. $18.00 week 1 day off. See Our Stock LEGAL NOTICE
Call EV 4-5384 Collect. that Frank P. Cowart the Road and run thence court house door on the first March 4, A. D. Ig83.

ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, Have small children. Reply Highway 13 South of New holder of the following certifi- South 6 degrees. 31 minutes Monday in Month of March Herein fail not or decree pro As of this date. January 31,
2735 Red Fox Road Orange 1963 I will not be responsible
Inc. Bridge turn right at Colleeore cates has filed said certificates 30 seconds West along the 1963. which is the 4th day of confesso will be entered against
Park phone CO 49989. 7c for the relief prayed in the for any debts made by anyone
::-1Uc Store, follow signs. for a tax deed to be issued westerly boundry of U. S. March. 1963. you
other than myself.
INSTRUCTIONSMEN thereon. The certificate num- Highway No. 17 a distanceof Dated this 5th day of Feb- bin of complaint.THE .

RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTo bers and years of issuance the 870.73 feet; thence run mary 1963. NATURE OF SAID SUIT Signed
AND WOMEN' EDED Fred R. Everett Jr.
REWARDFor ,
take over Watkins Route in WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE description of the property and South 89 degrees 28 minutes George L. Carlisle BEING FOR DIVORCE 3I-4o

Green Cove Springs. Good for No experience necessary grammar information leading to arrest the names in which it was assessed West a distance of 300 feet; Clerk of Circuit Court of WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Green
Court at
are as follows: thence North 6 degrees 22 Clay County. Florida
up to $65 weekly to start. No school education usually of person or persons damaging Cove Springs Florida. this LEGAL, NOTICE
Certificate No. 158 minutes 50 seconds East a Feb. 7. 14. 21, 28, 1963
investment. Set your own sufficient. Train now at home property of parsonage Year of Issuance: :May 31, IG5' distance of 907.59 feet to the 25th day of January A. D.
for jobs with Security. For details
-
hours. Permanent opportunity. of Pentecostal Holiness church Description of Property: Part of South boundry line of LEGAL NOTICE 1963. NOTICETo
send name address GEORGE L. CARLISLE. whom it may concern: I
Full or part time. Write C. R. on Vermont Avenue. CaD 284- Lot 2 as Recorded in Deed Creighton Road; thence run STATE
phone no. to: NATIONAL OF FLORIDA Clerk Circuit Court will not be responsible for any
Book No. 47 Page 535 OrangePark.
Ruble. Dept. F-l. P. O. Box I 3829. Mrs. English. This building South 83 degrees 28 minutes OFFICEECBET.ARr
TRAINING SERVICE BOX C,
Section 8. 30 seconds East along the Of STATEI. By Grace M. Carlisle bills contracted: by my wife on
2447. Memphis 2, Tenn. 7-2e Clay County Crescent. 24-10c is for sale 14e TOM
Name in which assessed: W. J ADAMS. Secretary of Deputy Clerk or after this date, February 'I,
south boundry line of State of the State of Florida, do
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Illili. ; i i 1 1 Gomel. Creighton Road a distance hereby" Certify that the following ERNEST J. JACOBS 1963.
BRADFORD LAKES. LTD.ORANGE Attorney for Plaintiff /sHerman R. Ftoucfaer
All of said property being in
of 300 feet to the point of PARK
I | AREA BUSINESS !DIRECTORY the County of Clay. State of beginning.One with business their 1-1 CLAY principal County place Flori of Address: 1464 Kingiley Avenue

Florida. da and being Limited Partner. 203 Law Exchange Building Orange Park. Florida
\ hearing is called
regardingthe .
i ** **H*I H H i in : S-S-H-H-I t : it n i u 1 1 1 1 1 1 t u 1 1 1 n H H 1 1 1 Unless such certificate or Florida!hip* formed Statutes under Chapter Laws 620, Jacksonville Florida Feb. 7. 14. 21, 28, 1993
I I Notice of Appeal by the ma. ol
certificates shall be redeemed Florida, and each hawing failed
FURNITUREAIR DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT applicant for a variance on a for Six month or more to pay
to law the their aaanal flllnr fees
according property and isnew -
Building Permit the follow-
on their certificates of
BASE FURNITURE CO described in such certificate authorIty ASSOCIATE DISTRIBUTORCOLLECTORNO
or ing described property: to operate a. Limited Partnerships
AMERICANOFFICE
Fine Furniture EASTERLJNO PHARMACY certificates will be sold to the ; therefore la pursuance SELLING. SPARE TIME TO START
SUPPLY CO. Lot 74. Block 1. Doctor's: of the provisions or Section
Carpeting Appliancce highest bidder at the court 20.31 of the 19M Florida Stat Opportunity to own a local wholesale business of your *WB.Buitneis .
Complete Home Furnishings Lake Estates Subdivision.All utes. I have bo pub. completely up (or TOO. No. experience needed.
Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner court house door on the first lobed. la CLAY tJrt CRESCENT Male or female. No are limit if In rood health.
5953 Roosevelt Bird. Monday in Month of March. parties in interest and citizens a newspaper published la
Jacksonville EV 7-4011 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists In CLAY COUXTT. notice of failureto EARN tTP TO f4OO PER MONTH PART-TDIE
1963 which is the 4th day of shall have an opportunity renew certificate of authorityas

TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equip March IS 63. to be heard at said time provided byLS8a! You will deliver and collect from local retail .tore Must
IN to UHSo" Im-
ERXr. J have auto reference and a rain. I1ML47
meAt Dated this 5th day of Feb" and place. have hereunto set my hand vestment .cued by inventory. Writ for per..aal interview
Pacemakers and Peerlea Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries and have affixed the Great firing name, address phone no and past history to:
ruary. 1963. CLAY COUNTY BOARD Seal of the State of Floridaat
Air Complete Line of Creating
Stream for Travel
Tallahassee, the Capital
Used Trailers-Bank Financial Cards George L. Carlisle OF ADJUSTMENTBy this in day of February ALA MORGAN ASSOCIATES

6017 Roosevelt Blvd.. 2032'Blanding Blvd.. Clerk of Circuit Court of I. : Herbert IL. Morris (SEAL 1663.) lead *ace Mare. BI... alto 14

BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. INC 2655-57 Park SU, Jacksonville Clay County. Florida' Chairman TOM ADAMS. Jaek..aviUe 1'. FlerM __ _

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I KH Woman's Club NewsThe I PHONY NOT PHONY PHOTOS DAUGHTERS HONOR QUEEN OF IN NILE KH Keystone Social NotesMrs. I


luncheon meet- Keep the Peace. Further Since the article appearedin On Monday, Feb. 4, Key-
monthly de-I Carew is back in
F. W. Dryden Sr., of Mary
tails in next issue. last week's issue about the stone Heights members of
ing of the Keystone Heights traveling photographer who Jacksonville Khem Temple No. Silver Lake has just returned town for several months. She

Woman Club will be held on Speaking of history theVoman's took photos of local small fry 85 Daughters of the Nile hon- from aisit with her son. is now settled in the Ottinger
made local
Feb. 26, In the Community \ Club has and Frank Jr., and family in Long
Tuesday, at the St.Villiam'a Hall we ored Queen Olene Thomas Cottage formerly the Holl
that the site of the
history now
N. Y. En route home
Island,
Church Educational new Club House has been have had good news for all the Past Queen Opal Blackman. cottage, on Lakeview Drive
she also visited relatives in
Building. Members should planto cleared of underbrush and the mothers. Mrs. Bill Young tookit Mrs. Blackman was elected D. C. and Richmond next door to the Herb Neon
Washington.
bring a friend, a covered remains of the old Chautauqua upon herself to write to the Supreme Princess Badaura at Va.Debbie family. We are always glad to

dish, and table service for self Building. For posterity, arrangements studio in St. Paul Minn., and Supreme Session in 1961. The see Mary around and we are

and guest. were made to show received an answer saying that luncheon meeting was held at glad to know that she still
the home of Mrs. Dell Haynor. Brault who was recently "
the fellow who to
February, being the month pictorially the progress of the was bring calls Keystone "home. even

for patriotism a fine speaker new building, and preserve the"before" the proofs was ill. but would Line Officers present were 11 years old celebratedher though she has sold her house.
Grace McCall and Norma Bais- birthday with a Twist Par-
bring them he
as soon as was
a historian will challenge the and "after" aspect, t J
den. Ruth Coleman was unableto ty at her home on Highway 21.
sufficiently recuperated which
ladies with the what, why and for the club's history. Mrs. Mrs. Everett Fox, Mrs. Herb
should very'near attend. Winners of a Twist contest
be in the fu-
America and Carl is historian.
How to Know Wistrup Nelson and Mrs. George Scha-
were Billy Belote and Patty
Costume Earrings were presented -
Speaking of local:: history, vre ture.When effer visited the Cummer Gal-
I included
to honored guests. ,Cox. Other guests
remember when the old above- one is physically incapacitated ? lery in Jacksonville last Thursday -
Murrhee I An Orthopedic Sewing Class Denise DeWitt, Johnny Carnes,
mentioned Chautauqua build- one can't do one's aA and enjoyed eating out.
the first to be Kenny Nooney Roger Smith
planned
was -
ing was quite a step forwardin job. but it does seem that he
Insurance Agency held on Thursday March 7, at Diane and Donald Hgen Gena
the cultural life of our town. could have notified someone by '
Noon at the home of Helen Massa, Robert Pater Joann Mr. John Vanojerhoek and
Fashioned after the idea of phone or mail instead of leav- i'
Kennedy. Phyllis Hussey was Kuykendallj Mike Murrhee. children called on the George
BiSfiFJJftT CARRY the Chautaqua Summerschooland ing it al Ihanging in the air
chosen as organizational cha'ir- Marshall Gallup, Roddy Hutch- Schaeffer family on Sunday
ADEQUATE school in that !
correspondence way
Representing the Hospital Ladies Auxiliary at the pre- eson. Debbie Dey. and the host- afternoon en route to their

INSURANCESee New York, it brought the residents We also had a call from a sentation of the new surgery table are (I. to r.) : Mrs. A. D. man.A delicious luncheon was en- ess's sister Cathy Brault. home in Jacksonville after
and winter-people a fine,i lady in the Club Estates who
1 Duck Mrs. Gladys Phillips, president of Ladies' Auxiliary joyed by the following mem- week-ending in Ocaku
selection of artists, musicians, notified me that "that fellow is R. L. Kledzik. hospital administrator. Mrs. Charles Helms, bers: Beatrice Young, Dell We are happy to report that
RICHARD MURRHEE secientists, naturalists, health I out here
: selling for
coupons
Mrs. Ralph Milberger, Mrs. Roy Shasteen. Haynor Phyllis Hussey Vesta Mrs. John Himble is recovering
Agent faddists etc.. for their enter-" photographs again to be taken Searching For a JIou.se or
dislocated shoul-
Aiken. Helen Kennedy, Ruth nicely from a
tainment and education. at St. William's Hall!" Home to Rent or Buy?
473-4786
Phone Ladies Auxiliary Presents New Pangborn. Ruth Mitchell Joy der suffered on last Wednes-
ture was always the CUI-I I Actually, it wasn't the Clirck Our Classified Section
Keystone Heights. Florida same B a k e r. Miriam Mingledorff, day.
Keystone. fellow at all. He representsthe Ronnie Hardenbergh. Louise
Table To Mem. HospitalA I
Fontaine Studios from Clay Perry Linnie Schroeder, and

Parkersburg. W. Va.. He calledon charter members Ethel Turner I

MORTGAGES APPRAISALS us because he had reper- new gynecological and calendars, Christmas cards, and Sara Griffin.
REAU ESTATE -
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDA cussions from the above-men- stetrical table has been Ob-I I and auxiliary membership fees. Special this Week
In accepting the gift for the
tioned article, and he askedus sented to Clay Memorial Hospital -
hospital. Administrator R. L. KH ROTANANS MEETAt
to say that he has been .
by Its Ladies Auxiliary.It Kledzik voiced his appreciation,
coming to Keystone for a num- a recent meeting of the ,
will replace the old (and not only for this particular gift, I at A&P !
I ber of years'to take these pho- Keystone Heights Rotary Club your
outdated) table that has been but also for he exceptional ,
tos, and he is not a memberof Mr. Calvin Walker representing ,
used since he hospital's open- services rendered to the hos-
some fly-by-night outfit.
the Dale Carnegie Institutewas
pital by the ladies of the I I II
He made arrangements for St.Wl11iam's ing.The guest speaker. Mr. Walker I
new table features auxiliary.The
Hall by phone while
demonstrated how our atti-
here and he asked us to say many new improvements and auxiliary is asking the tudes controlled what we ac-
will furnish more comfort to public to continue to save their I ALLGOOD SLICfiU'
C. :J. 'Tete" O'Connor P.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297 that if anyone feels they were"taken" complished. As he said "Suc- :
cancelled stamps
provide postage
patients as well as
I by the other people
cess comes in Cans: Failure in
modern operating equipmento which will help toward purchase -
by showing a receipt they may I Can'ts."
have a free 11x14 photo made I physicians and surgeons using of addiional hospital After the talk the Board of I BACON 39
equipment needed in the fu- .
by him. However that may not it.The. Directors met and decided i ,B. 1'IW.
new tabe cost 152775.; ture. Auxiliary members may
be necessary if, as Mrs. Young
unanimously that the Rotary
This Old House { be contacted for further In-
{ Funds for its purchase were
the first fellow is due
says Club of Keystone would undertake -
: raised through sales of stamps. formation.
c.P:1 Js here soon. We hope so. to sponsor a class in

The Fontaine Studios will beat public speaking and attitudes.

St. William's Hall Thursday.I KH Church News I Thanks to the Rotarians. many Prices In this Ad are good through Saturday Feb. 16

Feb. from 12 Noon 'til 8
14. who might otherwise flounder
Have you ever noticed the older houses are I
pjn. COMMUNITY a covered dish get-together when called upon to speak in Your dreams come true with
in the prettier locations Roomier too! CHURCH NEWSOn for families and friends. There public wil lnow be inspired to i
r = PLAID STAMPS
"We have that Real Bargains. will be a program of interestto get their message across. Now i
some are JUVENILE SHELTER
Sunday, Feb. 10, the all. Mrs. Frank Ilgen is they will know what to do ink WIAT ARM C P"" TA !e

The Clay County Council of Community Church hosted the Program Chairman. Mrs. whether they are in the water

See Us for your Real Estate Needs the P-TA will meet on Feb. 27 Cub Scouts and the Boy scoutsof Charles Wallenius will preside.A I over their heads or just stand- 1 1 '

at 10 o'clock in the morning.The Keystone Heights Troops at vote of thanks has been ing on their own two feet in

S. E. McKAYKeystone meeting will be held in the the 11:00 o'clock service. About I II extended to Tony Baker and front of an audience. (The

Keystone Heights School and i 30 uniformed boys with Cub Frank Hgen who installed the Rotarians also sponsor the an-

Sheriff J. P. Hall will speakon Scout leader, Mrs. Helen Warren very fine loud-speaker systemin nual swimming instructional 115 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Fla.

Heights rhone 473-4816 the possibility of a Tri- I and Scoutmaster Barry the Educational Building. program.)

County Juvenile Shelter which Wyman, sat in a group during

would incorporate Clay Put- the service. Barry Wyman. Jr.,

nam and St. Johns Counties. an acolyte, was a member of

the group, and four senior
Scouts ushered. Dr. Holt salut- CHEVROLET TRUCK QUALITY
As A Picture
Pretty KH P-TA TO MEET ed the Scouts for their splen-

The February meeting of the did work in the community ,vr, ..
'l';'.jo-cwAp; :.x;.'xso',G ;Ynr. q.YYP
them to be JY.::' "1 : klvd+: ; y {: :
Keystone Heights P-TA will be and challenged Si '' $'h> ? Y.b'' c'/I. :'':,a:.nG.,. rnS
I }5yiY ;'Ga?!tZyirpxA.,.: :'dw ,.rt.; ,,. ,yr.+:a.. 'q,:':.:'. .d.G"
ready to act as leaders of the f .Y !4'
held on Thursday evening Feb. .:' "0i:3 i'k. Qtr ''Y :}:,l.h2

21, at 8 pjn. This will be the community and the world in a :ri's t rMvYY..y 'gn.d g2i..

Annual Founders Day program few years hence. (
Y A R'4N4 :BA Fh.Yr,
.. ''
+YJ. 4a.''; r'Y 6x
honoring Alice McLellan Bir-i The Community ChurchWomen's .d: '
'
ney and Phoebe Apperson' Bible Class will meetat ':xY' rynRa ;iY/.

Hearst famed co-founders and! the home of Dr. and :Mrs.A. .

coming down the line to our: C. Holt on Lake Geneva, in

Acd own officers. Please plan to Lakeview Highlands at 2 p.m.I .

attend. An interesting history on Feb. 20. Mrs. J. H. Mc-

i'of the Keystone Associationwill I Eachern conducts the classesin

aac Ox.r I be given. Bible Study each Sunday at /'

9:30: am. All ladies are cordially

invited to attend.
GUE CLUB MEETS
Community Church Womens p%

The GUE Club swore in new Circles will meet Monday Feb.

members on last Saturday evening 18, at 1:30 p.m. for Circles 1-5, rE

at Keystone School. This and the evening Circles the

club is sponsored by Mr. John Nightingales and Rebeccas

Miller, a member of KHS fac will meet at 8 pm. Locationsare

ulty. Their purpose is to beautify as follows:

the school
grounds.
Circle 1. Mrs. David Nelson

I New members are Bob Jackson chairman will meet at Mrs.

a Florida lake, framed by spreading trees and forest Linda Norris. Chuck Par- Edward Firth's home. Mrs.

green. Have fun in Florida's outdoors, but take care! dee, Marguerita Float. Don Ray Ohlson will be co-hostess.

Florida woodlands and forests provide employment for Norris. Renee Belote and Julie Circle 2, ]Mrs. Saraa McDonald -

more than 50,000 persons. Ann Nelson. Charter membersare chairman meets with Mrs.
Ernie Williams. David Jane Dors.

When woods fire strikes? Schaeffer. Harold Snellen Lor- Circle 3, Mrs. Walter Gro-


All Floridians share in the tragic loss which comes when raine and CarolVarren.Dey Dennie. Johnson lick.Earl chairman Haynor. with meets Mrs.with S.Mrs.E. You can see the difference wherever you look

forests are hit by costly and dangerous wildfire. Duringthe And what does GUE stand Kennedy co-hostess.

first six months of 1962 an average 10,000 acres, fort That is a good question. Circle 4, Mrs. Frank Stitch- If you believe various makes of trucks are pretty side panels are double-walled; you might dent the
much alike, you aren't doing justice to your pocket- inside but it won't show through.
daily, were swept by forest fire in Florida. berry,. chairman meets with
book. There are differences. Chevrolet designs suspension systems to fit your
with her
sis-
Mrs. Elmer Howe,
Wildlife is harassed. Human lives are endangered and CLAY COUNTY PUN cohostess.The A Chevrolet truck welcomes comparison. Look at need. The light-duty type is strong on comfort.
ter. Mrs. Dorgy as
the little things on it-latches hinges in Another kind for heavier trucks stiffens
ADVISORY COUNCIL MEET stitching up as you
traffic snarled in the blind hazard of dense smoke be held
will at
hangingover meeting Notice how the load and
the upholstery. strong tailgate is, the increase your vice versa. Make sense?
highways and thoroughfares. Tuesday evening Feb. 19, the the home of the late Dan rubber encased chains that keep it from sagging. If you are going to need a new truck this year

Clay County Public Health Reamers. The body floor is made of select wood to eliminate you should look at the quality Chevrolet has to offer.

Nursing Advisory Council will Circle S. with Mrs. Bertha the rust problem and give you better footing.The lower May we bring over a new '63 so you can examine it?
Guard Your Forest Treasure.It meet at the Clay Electric Audi- Jones chairman. meets with

torium at 8 pjn. Mrs. John Wrinkle on Key- 2 NEW f-CYLINDER ENGINES

Pays To Be Careful With Fire \ Following the Invocation stone Lake with Mrs. 1*. A.

there will be Introductions, Gaunt co-hostess. New High Torque 230-cowin. New High Torque 292-cu.-in.
Six is lighter but more power Six-most powerful truck 6 r 6'4 /.-P
committee reports and remark Circle 6. the Nightingales,
ful than its predecessor. It is Chevrolet has ever built!
BACKING THE PROGRESS OF CLAY COUNTY by Dr. A. Y Covington., will meet at the Educational 6 standard in Series CIO 6 Standard In Series C60

who win introduce the speaker; Building with Mrs. Walter through C50 models. = optional at extra cost in QB FTI'TIUCEi
I models. COITUS
THE Dr. William L. Wright. Direc- Muhlhofer and Mrs. Leon lighter *

tor of the Bureau of Local Wagner, co-hostesses. Mrs.

KEYSTONE STATE BANKKEYSTONE Health Services of the Florida Leon Wagner is circle chair- Just call us to test drive one of the "New Reliables"

State ,Board of Health. Officers
man.Circle
HEIGHTS FLORIDA will be installed and refresh- 7. with Mrs. J. W.

ments will be served. Wildt. chairman, will meet

There will also be interest- with Mrs. Norman Thompson. ROBERTS CHEVROLET
"YOUR FRIENDLY COMMUNITY BANK"
ing exhibits showing the various Don't forget the Community

COMPLETE BAXKIXG SERVICEMember services rendered by the Church Family Night supper.!
Public Health Nurses. Feb. at 6:30 in the
Everyone 20. pan.
-1-i! FDIO 'is Invited. Educational Building. This is Orange and Park Green Cove Springs Phone 2343033a

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