The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28 1963 K Yong Lib .rJ'ufor Tin 10 CENTS PER COPY

Green Cov Electiony Some First Place Winners Science Fair AwardsThe

e Science Fair which was City Tops State Offer .

On. TuesdaTo Expected held at the Green Cove Springs
: Junior High School last Friday

Draw R4APPROXIMATELY cord Vote STOPLIGHT'. and lowing Saturday winners.5th announces GRADE the fol- On G C S Naval Base

r' 1. Kent Darby, Weather Infor-

'..... mation Center.
160 1 3 registered Green Cove vot- '"+ 2. Norlene Elliott, The Five
ers will go to the polls on Tin isday! to choose two city com-' viR'l tJ1 4 Senses. .'

missioners from five candid;ites! in the city's most hotly- a utACAAat. 3. Donna Studebaker, Sciencein Wanted City r Sends Offer For
contested election! in years. : f ; ',, > Flowers.

Mayor Allie T. Ivey and City Commissioner :Marlin J. ?a V'. I Y '4..X.. 11 Hon. Men. Brian Morris, Elec- Bleach ContainersThe I

Harri3 are defending their offices against three Green ,,-, : : i., tromagnets.6th $750,000 To WashingtonThe
;" :: Student Coun-
t Clay High
Cove businessmen. "k-" :J.., .... .," GRADE cil will conduct house
to house
: ; 1. Richard Koza and Tom Con- a
Mayor hey faces only one opponent County 4.Her'sAttend JP'. drive on March 7th and March City of Green Cove Springshas that time, Zellner said he felt

William F. Hicks, man- : 2. ley Janice, Stop Light.and Brenda 14th. Please help with this drive.It sent its offer to purchase the the city had been getting the
ager of the Mason Lumber Com- State Fair Thomas Camera is for the Civil Defense pro- former naval base in that city run-around from the Atlanta of*
Eye. gram at Clay High. We need ap- for $750,000 directly to the Gen- fice in negotiation to purchasethe
pany operation in Green Cove. and Sandra 3. Bruce McDade Jr. Series
Owens ,
George I proximately 2,000 more gallon base.
Administration in
Commissioner Harris faces two Reese report that 4-H Club parti- :: ::: 6 Circuit. and half-gallon plastic blood con- Washington eral Services, rather than to the The state plans to seek industry -
Lenard State Fair held Hon. :Men. Liza Ann Bentley
Commander in the I ,
opponents: cipation tainers. This may save a child'slife regional office in Atlanta, City for the base r use it for institutional -
Showalter, owner and operatorof at Tampa last week brought. Lungs. : in the event of evacuation.DO purposes if it acquires -

the Marina Motel, and Donald recognition to Carol and Buster 7th GRADE NOT FORGET.If yesterday.Zellner made the statement in the property. The city has
Heights who 1. Michael Elliott Measuring not reached eitherof
Baker of Keystone you are on
Fisher service engineer for a an offer from a corporation seek
a reply to an yes-
exhibited Angus steers at the Gravity. these days, bring the containers -
New York-based chemical engi- terday by R. G. Deede of the ing to lease the base for 20 years
Florida Fat Stock Show. 2. Lynda Tyre, Hydroponics. to Clay High School or toBradley's
neering firm. Edward Taylor of Green Cove "Stoplight" by Richard Koza and Tom Conely, 6th grade Chas.E. 3. James Benardini, Lemon Drug Store. GSA Atlanta office that he had for industrial purposes. Financier
Louis Wolfson disclosed in Miami:
The election this year is ex- Springs and Carol Baker of Key- Bennett School. Juice Oscillator. not received an offer or a check
that he is behind the offer to the
from the city.
pected to contrast broadly from stone Heights received Florida Hon. Men. Lorraine Fowler, Tornado Hit
'- Zellner said the city's offer anda city.

the ing one City held Manager last year Ben when Zellner act- State ments Fair for Certificate Clay County.of Achieve-This a- AT ;( ;; :rQ is Clouds.8th GRADE Virginia VillageA down check payment for $50,000 were representinga mailed directly -

and City Commissioner Warwick ward is given each year to an RAVrfy 1. David :Miles, Repulsion Coil. tornado struck Virginia Village to Washington last Thurs- Clay County
outstanding boy and girl from 2. Robert E. Lancaster, Tran-
Kenney only ran about without 100 persons oppositionand voted. each county in the state. 11;. HE SURD 1'. rE L sistor Radio. Cove, five on Route miles 17 south, last of Sunday Green where day because the state's he understood offer to that's buy Road CompletedWork

Jimmy Booth of Doctors Inlet 3. Peggy St. Petery, Solar Bat
Polls in the city hall will open Q felling huge trees. It was ac- the base had been sent. It is understood -
$120,688 highway
e on a
at the fair i. tery.
spent two days rep-
at 8 o'clock on Tuesday and will companied by a torrential rain
that Washington
close at 7 that evening. Final resenting District No. 5 4-H Clubs I Hon. :Men. Sharri Barrie, Kid- which also hit Green Cove while confirmed construction project in Clay Coun-
.r. receiptof
: headquarters ty has been completed the State
which comprises Clay County and a neys.
tabulation is expected to be in by ":1 most people were in church.
1fT this
counties. .... 9th GRADE the check on Tuesday Road Department announced to
the seven surrounding
8 o'clock Tuesday night. K Janet Edwards, 10 years old,
JJimmy is District Representativewhich yp. F: zC U 1. Rick Liner, Magnetic Fields described the twister as "black week. has to day.
makes him a member cf tfi' and Plants. and white clouds waving." The state agreed pur- Ralph Powers of Lake City
ParentFacultyBasketball the Florida Boys 4-H Council. t11YiTGRlti11 G briY!.. 2. Patsy St. Petery, Osmosis. Clevinger's hit three chase the 1,600-acre property for Road Board member for District
The council spent these days for- %rs t'=t a LMriS 3. Sydney Gervin Chromoto-: weeks to the Grocery,earlier $620,400. The city last Thursday Two, said the 5.2-mile projectwas
day by
GameIf K.cf At 1wr w'i4&SsI2 bid At
upped this by $129,600.
mulating platS for future of 4-H 4 Drnfst r wltaTwuvnA1sy graphy. another twister, was struck again. on State Road S-315 from
want to see the most work in the state of Florida. Hon. Men. Lee King, Plant Mu- Three weeks ago a small twister State Road 214 northerly to State

exciting you basketball game of the Mike Murrhee of Keystone tations. ripped off a new $2,000 metal Dates Set For Road 21.Rork .

year, come to the Cly High Gymat Heights, Glenn Ryan of Doctors Wendell Payne, Weight by Cen- canopy. Last Sunday's wind on this project includedthe
7:30 Saturday night, March Inlet and John McCall, Charles trifical Force. wrought further damages to the Anti-Rabies ClinicThe construction of drainage
2. The seniors' Mothers are de- Wise both of Green.Cove Springsand 10th GRADE grocery store roof and to a small structures. The new road follows

termined to "whip" the women Max Wilson of Russell participated 1. Henery T. Mangham, Weather building beside it. Clay County Health De- the path of an old graded road.S. .

faculty members and the sen: in the annual 4-H Live- Forecasting. The entire front half of the partment wishes to announce the M. Wall Company of Gains-

iors' Fathers are surely goingto stock Judging Contest. f' 2. Lester Curless, Thallophytes. roof of the vacant home of Mrs. dates for the annual county wide yule handled the work on this

try to wage a winning "bat i_,,_ "_'_ "" ."' ,,' '. 3. Edgar E. RoweRadio Re- Frances Boyette was pulled off Anti-Rabies Clinics which will be project.
tle" against the men faculty Speaking Contest : j ceiver. and collapsed on the other half. held Saturday, March 30, Satur-

members. The Mothers will ap- Set By SoilConservation F Hon. Men. Martha Graves, At the home of :Mrs. Annie day, April 6, and Saturday, April i. GULF LIFEHONORS
and !
real "bloomer girlV
pear as SupervisionBy Smoking and Lung Cancer. Greene, a new metal roof was 13. These clinics: will be held in NORRISW.
women faculty members wi] ap- 11th
ALLEN LASTINGERClay Michael Elliott 7th grade Green Cove GRADE torn off and strewn over the Green Cove Springs, back of the
Gravity" by ,
pear as--well-come out and see C. Norris local
County High Schools of 1. Helen Shaw, White Blood representative -
garden around the house. Nearbya Health Department in the Court
Junior School.
for yourselves! Springs High
Cells. of Gulf Life Insurance Company
Bring the whole family! Ad- Green Cove Springs, Orange Park huge tree fell across a parked House Annex; In Orange Park at
mission will be 15c for childrenand and Keystone Heights are partici- ; -THE -Rodney Frisbee, Geodesic auto and smashed it. the City Hall; in Middleburg at qualified'for his company's
HITE BLOOD Domes. 1962 President's Club, it was
35c for adults. pating in the soil and water con- the Health Center; in Keystone
servation speaking contest spon- ELLS 3. Dan Danson, Correlation of Heights in the City Park. All announced by J. C. Rodgers, man

sored by the Florida Associationof R OUR FRIENDS d.1i Electric Eye to Human Eye. Johnson To Lead of the Clinics will be conductedby ager of the Gulf Life district

ANNUAL SENIOR Soil and Water Conservation Hon. Men. Wayne Spivey, Solar Doctor McKee of Orange Park.! office in Jacksonville.Mr. .

CLASS PLAY District Supervisors and the Clay : -, : System. Day.Of Prayer RitesThe It is hoped thai all pet ownersin Norris will W an honored

Th*f annual Clay High senior i Soil Conservation.District Super ? 12th GRADE each of these areas will avail guest at the sanaai-" me 'ting of
visors. 1. Burton T Wilder, Fuel Cell. the company's"Jeadin salesmenin
class play will be presented on Rev. Richard Johanson, themselves of this convient service -
This contest is designed to de- 2. Sam Mahoney, Refrigeration.The New Orleans, May 25. The
April 12 at 8:00 p.m. in the pastor of the First Presbyterian as 'well as taking advantageof
Charles E. Bennett cafetorium.The velop leadership through provid- I O Church, will be the principal the lower clinic price of $2 per meeting will feature the newest
play is "Hold The Phone ing for participation in public speaker at the annual World Day animal. techniques in providing life and
Search Is On
a rollicking comedy in three acts. speaking activities and stimulating -.e.f1. } of Prayer services to be held at All warm-blooded animals health insurance service.
For Miss
"Bashful" Bob Brantley comes to interest in conserving our !. Clay CountyA 7:30 o'clock March 1st, in St. should be innoculated annually,

the city to live and gets himself natural resources. '. search is now being conducted Mary's Episcopal Church. as one year is the recognized dur-
involved in several situations The subject of this contest is 4 E to find Miss Clay County of Green Cove churches uniting in ation of immunity for the anti-
through a strange twist of cir- "Development Of Resources the ,service this year are, in ad-
1963, and the public is urged to rabies serum.
that do not tf. dition to St. and Mr. Johanson's
get Mary's
cumsances Through Small Watersheds. A -
join in the hunt! Any young lady While the adjoining counties
straightened out until the clos- e church, the Orange Ave-
watershed is all the land that t i
between the of 17 and 25 been
ages have having numerous cases
ing scene of the play. This is one the nue Baptist Church, the First
rainfall into
sheds its excess who is single, has never been rabies the first Assem- of ; proven
of the most humorous and unusual soil tst.t 1 ., Methodist Church and the
same creek or river. Each sct married nor divorced is eligible. County in twelve
bits of comedy ever seen bly of God. Clay some
in an amateur play. The cast of conservation district will select The entrant will be judged for The theme of this year's serv- years, was found,, in JJaquary.The .
characters for the play will be one contestant to compete in the poise, talent and beauty of face ice is, "More Than Conquerors. Health Department is very
listed later. The play is being directed area contest. "White Blood Cells" by Helen Shaw, 11th grade. and figure at the forthcoming7th It was written by Christian women anxious that every pet owner in
by Miss Attaway with the This area is composed of the Annual Miss Clay County Pa- of Korea in their native lang- the County cooperate by having

assistance of Mrs. Helen Greene following soil conservation dis-I Clay HiBasketball geant which will be held on March uage and has been translated into all of his pets immunized duringthe

and Miss McBee.Admission tricts: Flagler, Aluchua, Clay ,Donkey Cage 30th in the Green Cove SpringsJr. English and many other langu- clinics. All persons, throughout -
for the play will be St. Johns, Duval!, Nassau, Union, High School Auditorium.If ages. The names of these women the County are warned to
35 cents for students and 75 Putnam, Bradford, and Baker. you know someone who is are not known, but the service stay away from normally wild
cents for adults. Senior will be The winner in the "Area Contest", Game SetThe The Clay High Blue Devils qualified you are urged to con- :reflects their concerns, t heir ex- animals that seem tame and
selling tickets before the nightof will compete in the State-wide were two for three last week, tact a member of the Pageant periences of life, and their knawl- friendly. A special caution is

the play, but tickets will also finals. Boosters Club of Orange wining from P. K. Yonge 49-48. Committee at once. Clubs and edge of God's power. This day urged in the area where Putnam,
be on sale at the door. Those eligible to enter this Park and the Volunteer Fire De- and from Live Oak 62-37. The business organizations are also will be observed by the maojr Alachua, Bradford and Clay

contest are any boy or girl regu- partment of Middleburg have loss was to St. Augustine 42-40. urged to submit entries. The Protestant and Orthodox com- Counties join.
NAVAL STORES SUPPORT larly enrolled in any high school. completed plans for the funniest The last few seconds won the winer will be awarded a valuable munions in approximately 150
will be
PRICE ANNOUNCED 7th. through 12th. grades. basketball show you can imagine. game for the Yellow Jackets.In cash scholarship as well as an countries.used to The and offering expand inter- CLAY COUNTY SHRINE
Time limit; each speech will There will be thrills and spills the P. K. Yonge game Tom- expense-free trip to Sarasota to denominational carry projects at home CLUB ACTIVITIESThe
By: Arthur A. MurphyU. not be less than six ((6) minutesor and even chills as you watch my Clark came through with 18 be in the Miss Florida Pageant. and The World Day of
S. Forest ServiceA more than ((8)) minutes long. your favorite guy playing bas- points, while Bob Bradley put in Further information may be Prayer overseas.is truly world-wide in February business meetingof ROBERT M. BRADLEYVALEDICTORIAN
program continuing PriceS The local contest will be held ketball riding a donkey-or at 14. For the losers Dempsey had by phoning Ed Taylor in character. the Clay County Shrine Club

Support for Gun Naval Stores in the Clay County High School, least try to! (You will be certain Springfield put in 22 and Ron- Green Cove Springs at 284-9202; Serving on the committee for was held in the Masonic Tempe?' OF THIGH

during 1963 was announced by Green Cove Springs, April 23rd these donkeys have tricks galoreup ald Greer 14. Mrs. Sherry Halford at Orange the local churches are: Mrs. building in Orange Park on Sat- CLASS OF 1363
j the Agriculture Department. The at 1:45 p.m. The prizes will be: their ears). Several organi- Then the Devils were host to Park Congress 4-5452; or Dave James Sewell, Mrs. Harvey urday evening February 23rd. Robert Milner Bradley son of
announced support level will be first $25.00, second $20.00 third zations are entering teams: the the Live Oak Bulldogs. In the Talbott at Congress 4-9362. Mears and Mrs. Wayne Kirkland The meeting was preceded with a Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bradky of

$34.28 per standard barrel ((435 $15.00, fourth $10.00, fifth and Orange Park JJS.'s; the Orange game Tommy Clark was again You MAY be nominatinng our from the Assembly of God; Mrs. covered dish supper with 60 Green Cove Springs, is Valedictorian
pounds net) of crude pine gum sixth $5.00 each. Park. Lions; the Orange Park the high point man, 22, but Bib, next Miss America as this is James McCullough and Mrs. Nobles and Ladies in attendance.! of his Clay High senior
processed basis, which is the April 1st is the last day for Boosters; the Volunteer Fire De- Bradley ran him a close second!' an Official Miss America Prelim- Travis Barton from the Orange The highlights of the evening, class, according to an announce-
same as in 1962. entering this contest. parement of Middleburg, and the with 21. For the Bulldogs, having -' inary Pageant. Avenue Baptist Church; Mrs. included a drawing for a beautiful ment made today by his Principal .
This announcement is deceiv- The Area Contest will be held Riding Club of Green Cove a bad night, Ronald Strick- Richard Johanson, Mrs. Ralph barrel-head design wall bar: Mr. J. A. Parker. For the

ing to the average gum farmer in the Clay County High School, Springe. Wives and mothers, get land put in 15 points, the only HYACINTHS BROUGHT Milberger and Mrs. Karl Tucker that went to Noble George W. first time in the history of Clay

and needs clarrification. The at Green Cove Springs, May 7th. your pillows ready, these men man in double figures.The UNDER\CONTROL from the Presbyterian Church; Younge of Keystone Heights; the II High, Robert is the third childin
$34.28 is based on highest rosin at 1:30 p.m. will need them! loss to St. Augustine was Mrs. Gene Zimmerman Mrs. acceptance of three new membersinto the same family to be a Vale.

grade and content as well as The prizes will be: first $40.00, The Senior Class of the Orange close all the way down the line. A total of 17.10214 acres of Slater Smith and the Mrs.Methodist Mildred the club; and a resolution I dictorian. His .sister Mrs. Pe-
Mac Millan
assuming a higher market price second $25.00, third $15.00, fourth Park High School will serve a I Even when the half time came, hyacinths and other noxious negation Church Mrs. Mertie Le Claire, passed by the club to organizea I nelope Bradley DeWe ce, was
for spirits of turpentine than ex- $10.00 fifth and sixth $5.00 each. complete dinner choice of Spaghetti -I the score was nearly the same, were brought under control Mrs. J.;J. Pulliam and Mrs. Robert uniformed marching unit to I Clay High' Valedictorian in 1959
ists. The price is gross and does The State Contest will be held or Chili from 4:30 until never varying more than a coupleof during the last six months of J. Sudlow from St. Mary's represent the club in future Morocco and his brother Edwin Bradley
not reflect the high cost of mak- August 16th. (Place not selectedyet. 7:30 p.m. This class is raising points either way. Gary Bat- 1962 by the Hyacinth Control Episcopal Church. Temple Ceremonial An was Clay High's Valedictorian in

ing the gum eligible for entry .) The prizes will be; first money to take a trip to Washington sel led the winner with 15 points Division of the Game and Fresh The following will take part in organizational meeting to estab- 1961.Clay

into a loan program. $300.00, second $75.00, third $50.- and they need all of our and John Pellicier was next with Water Fish Commission, accord- the service: Mrs. James Sowell, lish the uniformed unit will be High and the community:
The disappointment price-wise 00, and all other contestants will help. Bring the entire familyand ,8. Bob Bradley paced the Devils ing to A. D. Aldrich, director. Mrs. Fannie De War, Mrs. Jerry held in Green Cove Springs on of Green Core Springs offer their
for the farmers' gum is due to receive $25.00 each. have a pleasant meal at this time with 12, while the only During the six month period Kledzek Mrs. Harris Long Mrs. Sunday March 10th. congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.

having no representation in gradeor Any student interested in en- the school. I other man near him, Danny Par- from July 1 to December 31, per- N. D. Yant, Sirs. Karl Tucker, The next regular scheduled Bradley and to Robert for this
content and takes whatever tering this contest may obtain a The Band of Orange Park High ker, had 5. sonnel of the: Hyacinth Control Mrs. Mertie CleClaire Mrs. J. J. meeting will be held in the V.I.A. unusual record of honors that

price the processor considers fair copy of the rules and other in- School will give a concert at 7:00 In the "B" team games the Division operating airboat Pulliam Mrs. Chauncey Moore, building in Green Cove Springson have been awarded within the
and equitable. The processor is formation from the school principal p.m.-I am sure you will be en- Devils won the St. Augustine crews, and one airplane, sprayed and Mrs. Robert J. Sudlow. The Saturday March 16th. same family.
free to lower high grade gum or the school office. chanted by their playing, they match 40-24 and lost the P. K. a total of 7,404 H gallons of women of St. Mary's Church will In addition to attaining the
which might be as much as $1.35 warrant our concentration.Last Yonge game 29-21, and the Live chemicals and 500 pounds of: act as hostesses and Mr. Thomas JEHOVIAITS WITNESSES highest honors in scholarship in
per barrel. He is also free to GCS MERCHANTSTO but not least-the Donkey Oak game 55-54, which went into chemical solids to effect a kill Rivers will be the organist. ATTEND MEETING his elaM, Robert has been on the
determine rosin content whih HOLD AUCTIONGreen Basketball show! This will overtime in which they lost by of hyacinths on 120 bodies cf Mr. Greene local presiding min- Blue Devil Varsity basketball

might vary as much as $2.00 per Cove merchants will initiate of course begin at 8:00 p.m. missing two foul shots. water in 38 counties in Florida. ROTARY ELECTS ister for Jehovah's witnesses, an- team for two years and also has
barrel. This could possibly happen an incentive buying plan Remember the date-March 16, Chemicals used to control the OFFICERSAt nounced todaf that the entire been an active participant in the
even though the processor is neft Friday. 1963 at the Cotney Stadium of OLD FASHIONED SING hyacinths and other noxious vegetation Green Cove Springs congregation Beta Club and the Student Council
paid by the farmer $4.60 per barrel Purchasers at Green Cove Orange Park High,School. The The Rev. Daryl Nettlem, pas- are 2,4-D Ester and 2,4-D a recent meeting the following is prepared to leave for New << serving as president of the
before he can place gum in stores will receive, with their pur- Booster's Club is diligently work- tor of Doctors Inlet Pentecostal Amine, 2,4,5-T, and Sodium Ar- officers were elected to serve Smyrna Beach, for a three-day latter in his senior year. Robert
chases, "auction dollars" which officers of the Rotary Club semi-annual meet with 17 ether
the loan. This price is determinedby ing to complete this stadium and Holiness church, invites every-' senite. Chemicals used for hyacinth as will enter the University of Flor-
be used on March 16 at an for the coming : Joseph L.Mineher congregate
the processor and the farmer may really needs our assistance. Need- one interested in singing to at- control are generally mixed year ida upon graduation from Clay
auction sale on merchandise do- president; Victor L.Ashley About 650 witnesses are expected -
has no voice.If nated by the merchants. less to say the Middleburg Vol- tend their old fashioned sing to with a carrier :fluid, either an vice president; Rex for the opening session High.
the price should average for Items to be sold for "auction unteer Fire Department greatly be held at the church<< tomorrow' oil-base mixture or water. Under Smith, Jr., secretary; and HomerS. Friday evening March 8th, at the "All three of the Bradley children -
1963 what is averaged for 1962, dollars" at the March 16 sale needs funds. In coming to this night at 7:30 o'clock. Singers' normal operations one gallon of Brown treasurer. New Smyrna; Beach High School. attended the Green Cove
the take home pay for gum will] will be displayed in Green Cove Donkey Basketball show you will are especially encouraged to par- be approximately $27.75 per bar- shop windows besrinninir next be helping everyone and having ticipate. Cake and coffee win be red gallons of carrier :fluid and tors of the club committee will public without charge or collec grade thresh the twelfth

rel. week. fun too. served. appliedby_ spray_pumpL be announced soon. tions. grade." --
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(May (Hounty (Eresccut THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1963

approved and Warrants ordered Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner
the bills were
and ,
within the Huntley
and situate or encroaching: ,
<([(av County! Crescent limits of the Improvements lands required for said upon portion of said Section, and drawn in payment of tame as will appear by Warrant Lists numbered Green PRIMARY, and carried ROAD,FUNDS the following REQUEST was approved: : .
317, 317-A nd 317-B, which lists are hereby adopted as a partof
that the Chairman and the Clerk of this Board be and they are
SR-100 thru Keystone Heights from
Construction of
in full No. 1.
much to as if set out herein.
these minutes, at
And deliver behalfof I
authorized and directed to execute on
t hereby Huntley seconded by Commissioner Bradford'Clay County Line South to the day-Putnam County Line.
maxim less applicable to public said the contract in the form hereto Motion by Commissioner
"I hold the no said County to Department
from Green
four lane highway Cove Springs
No. 2. Construct
carried to designate the Clay County Crescent at County a
Green and ,
than to private affairs, that honesty Is always the attached; and be it further Advertisement for 1963. North to the Clay-Duval County line on U. S. No. 17.
RESOLVED, that the Attorney for this :Board be, and he is Newspaper for its Legal
best policy." Commissioner Huntley at this time presented other Board
GEORGE WASHINGTON hereby authorized and directed to proceed to take the necessary 'Subdivision and Plat requirements Motion by Commissioner Moody, seconded by Commissioner
steps for the County to acquire in the name of said County by donation members copies of a proposed
carried the Board adjourned to meet again hi regular
Green and ,
for the Board to consider for adoption, until the next regular meeting -
rights of borrow phi
condemnation said ,
purchase, or way session oa the second Monday in March, that being March 11, 1M3,
If the Board would favorably act on
which time
of ActionThe and easements for said portion of said Section, and to prepare in next month; at
Unity hearing would be held before final adop- at 9:00 a.m.
then publie
the name of said County by its County Commissioners all condemnation this request, a LUTHER WILSON Cftirm4
moment of decision U upon us-but we must ask ourselvesif papers; affidavits and pleadings, and prosecute all condemnation tion. Attest
sheriff Bond signed by aU Board :
At this time deputy was
to judgment and said Attorney is further au- a
proceedings ;
handle it
"big" enough to Clerk.
we are and the Great American GEORGE L. CARLISLE,
It we now have two chances to put the Naval Base thorized to have prepared and furnish to the Department the abstract members on John D. Wilkinson a> Principal
that must face for in Insurance Company as Surety in the amount of $1,000.00.
back into operation. The most important factor we search provided said contract.
After receiving a report of the Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory,
it is accomplished COUNTY
is that the base must be utilized and the sooner CLAY
Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner Murr-
the sooner all of Clay County will start to benefit. Selfishness of Motion by Commissioner Moody, seconded by Commissioner motion by resolution. GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA
mind, word and deed Is the thing that we must guard against. We Huntley and carried, to approve the following Resolution. Als, the hee, and carried to approve the following Thursday, February, 1963
must realize that this is bigger than any one person, group, or fac Right of Way Contract and Map on following t
the credit to RESOLUTIONWHEREAS 7:45 o'clock, P. M.
tion. No individual or group should feel that goes
them. It must be done for all the people and for all of Clay County. RESOLUTION there appear in the current public records, of Clay The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met in
Unity of thinking is a Utopian dream. We must, if we are to succeed, WHEREAS, the State Road Department of Florida has authorized County, Florida, in Plat Book 6, Page 47, a record plat of MEADOW- Special Session on the above time and date in the County Commissioners
pull together toward a common goal in this instance. Forget the and requested Clay County to furnish the necetsary rightsof BROOK UNIT FOUR, Meeting Room in the Courthouse.The .
small things that stand in the way-work together for the growthof way, borrow pits and easements for that portion of Section 71507, WHEREAS, upon this plat appears an extension of Parkwood meeting was called to order by the Chairman, Honorable
Clay County. State Road S-315, extending from State Road Id near the Southeast Drive, together with the following Streets, Drives and Court-Les- Luther E. Wilson, District No.1. Other members present were
It behooves every citizen of Clay County to recognize what they Corner of Section 7, Township 6 South, Range 26 East, Northerly and ter Drive, Noel Road, Meadowbrook Drive, Rollin Drive, Lee Drive, I I Louis L. Huntley, District No. 2, Marvin Green, District No. 3, O.
facing. Growth of Clay County will only be realized if we for. Easterly to State Road 15 and connecting Road in Section 8, Township Carole Drive, Noel Court is shown as being dedleated to Clay County J. Murrhee, District No. 4 an dH. E. Moody, District No. 5.
are get our silly, immature wranglings. We must think and act to- 6 South, Range 26 East, which has been surveyed and locatedby for highway purposes, and The Chairman stated the muting was called regarding the new
the State Road Department as shown by a map on file in the WHEREAS it to the Board of County Commissioners
gether for the good of all. appears Clay County Health Center. After a discussion, motion was made
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of said County, and in the best interest of Clay County
of Clay County, Florida, that it is to the by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner Green, and
office of the said Department at Tallahassee, and that the above and foregoing streets and roads shall be adopted for carried, the following resolution was adopted.RESOLUTION .
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MINUTESCLAY WHEREAS, the said Department will not begin construction of permanent maintenance included in the public road system of Clay
said portion of said Section in said County until title to all land County:
COUNTY necessary for said portion of said Section has been conveyed to or NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of At a meeting of the Board of County Commissioners of Clay
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA vested in said State by said County, and said lands are physically County Commissioners of Clay County, Florida, that the above County held in Green Cove Springs, Florida, on February 14, 1963,
February 11, 1963 I cleared of air occupants, tenants, fences, buildings and/or Other streets and roads as shown on said plat, be and the same .is hereby I the following action was taken:
9:00 O'clock<< A.M. structures and improvements upon or encroaching within the limitsof adopted as County Roads and or Streets as follows: Extension of'arkwood BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners,
The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County met in the land required for said portion of said Section; and Drive, Lester Drive, Noel Road, Meadowbrook Drive, Clay County( that, from and after February 14, 1963, George L.
regular session on the above time and date. WHEREAS, the said County is financially unable at this time to lollin Drive, Lee Drive, Carole Drive, Noel Court.At Carlisle, whose signature appears below, is hereby authorized and
The meeting was called to order by its Chairman, Honorable provide the necessary funds to acquire said rights of way, borrow directed to transact and carry on any and all business and to sign
Luther Wilson, District No. 1. Other members present were LouisL. pits and easements, but hat issued bonds for payment thereof; now the request of the Clerk, and upon motion of Commissioner applications, letters, or other documents, as Representative of the
Huntley, District No. 2; Marvin Green, District No. 3. O. J. therefore, be itRESOLVED Moody, seconded by Commissioner Huntley and tarried Title for the said Board of County Commissioners In connection with the securIng -
Murrhee, District No. 4 and H. E. Moody, District No. 5. that the State Road Department of Florida bend I following Civil Defense Equipment was approved for transfer from of a Federal grant-In-aid through the Florida Development.
The Chairman introduced Reverend A. D. Martin, pastor of the it is hereby requested to pay for the rights of way, borrow pits the; Board of County Commissioners to the following: Commission for use in the construction of the proposed new Clay
Hickory Grove Baptist Church, who opened the meeting with prayer. and easements for said road, including the removal of buildings, To the Town of 'Penney Farms, Florida, 1952 International County Health Unit, Project No. Fla. B-56.
The minutes of the last regular meeting of January 14, 1963, fences and other structures and improvements thereon, and for other Truck, ID No.BLD2695264, Model No. KB74173. To the City of

were approved as read. expenses of acquiring title to said rights of way, borrow pits and Green Cove Springs, 1942 Seagraves Truck: ID No. 6C551, Model Motion by Commissioner Moody, seconded by Commissioner
The following monthly reports and letters were read and filed easements by purchase!! of condemnation, from such funds and under No. 66E7; 1952 Chevrolet Pickup Truck, ID No. HBA1234105, Model Green, and carried, the Board adjourned to meet again in regular
as Public! Records: such conditions as are set out in the contract hereto attached; and No. 3104 8HPJ19175; 1952 Chevrolet Pickup Truck, ID No. KBA- session on Monday, March 11, 19068, at 9:00 o'clock A. M.
Monthly report of County Judge; re: Fines and Forfeitures. be it further 149851, Model 3104; 1950 Chevrolet Pickup Truck, ID No. HBA- Luther Wilson, Chairman.
Monthly report of County Agent. RESOLVED, that said County, through its Board of County 877791, Model No. 3104. To Doctors Inlet Volunteer Fire Department, Attest:
Monthly report of Assistant County Agent. Commissioners, comply with the request of said Department and pro- : 1944 International Truck, ID No. RED 3611 2781( Model No. 8 H5H- George L. Carlisle, Clerk.
Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent. cure, convey or vest in said State the free, clear and unencum- 636119626; 1962 International Truck No. 116415H, Model M314 M3L
Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent. bered title to all lands necessary for said portion of said Section, 43849; 1950 Chevrolet Pickup, ID HBA1125184, Model No. 3104,
A Vote for
Monthly report of State Board of Health. and deliver to the State Road Department said lands physically To Orange Park, 1942 International Truck, ID No. BLD 269281, Remember To
Monthly report of Clay Soil Conservation District. clear of all occupants, tenants!, fences, buildings and/or other structures Model No. 11HCM3L4269. LEN SHOWALTERVote
Annual report of Clay Soil Conservation District. and improvements situate upon or encroaching within the Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by Commissioner
Letter from Mr. Don Champion, Clay County Farm Forester; limits of the lands required for said portion of said Section, and Green, and carried, to approve the following Resolution. March 5 Is a
re: Inspection Report of Trees on Courthouse Grounds. that the Chairman and the Clerk of this Board be and they are STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY RESOLUTION ON USE Vote for Progresso
Letter from Chairman, Governor's Advisory Committee, on hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver on behalfof OF 80 PER CENT SEVENTH CENT GAS TAX AND OTHER SEC-
Roadside development and safety! regarding junk yards along State said County to said Department the contract in the form hereto ONDARY ROAD FUNDS.
Highways. attached; and be it further YEAR 1963.64 COUNTY CLAY
Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commissioner RESOLVED, that the Attorney for this Board be, and he is WHEREAS, under Section 208.44 Florida Statutes, known as the
Huntley and carried, the following Resolution was adopted: hereby authorized and directed to proceed to take the necessary "Secondary Road Assistance Act of 1949" and Section 339.08 Florida
RESOLUTIONWhereas steps for the County to acquire in the name of said County by donA- Statutes, the State Road Department will receive 80% of the pr NOTICE
the State Road Department of Florida, pursuantto tion, purchase, or condemnation said rights of way, borrow pits and ceeds of this county's pro-rata share of the Seventh Cent gasoline
a Resolution heretofore adopted by the Board Of County Com- easements for said portion of said Section, and to prepare in the tax, to be used as prescribed by regulations of the said Department t
missioners of Clay County, required the readjustment of certain name of said County by its County Commissioners all condemnation within this County, as requested by resolution of this Board of County -
utility facilities on State Road No. S-220-A, Section 71504-3601 papers; affidavits and pleadings, and prosecute all condemnation Commissioners and approved by the Department for one or more We trill close at KOOK each Saturday beginning March 10,
(2601)); andWHEREAS proceedings to judgment; and said Attorney is further au- of the following purposes; Construction, reconstruction, maintenanceand
certain estimates covering the cost of adjusting thorized to have prepared and furnish to the Department the abstract repair of State roads and bridges, the lease or purchase ol 1063. AU other week days open 8:00 A.M. 'til 3:00 P.>f.
.ueh utilities, which are located on private property, have been submitted search provided for in said contract. bridges connecting State roads, the acquisition of rights of way foi .
to the State Road Department for approval; and State roads, and the reduction of road and bridge indebtedness; and
WHEREAS, this Board has reviewed aid estimates and finds The Clerk read a letter as received from Mr. H. H. Hall, Super- WHEREAS, The State Road Department has requested thii
them to be a reasonable charge for the services to be performed; intendent of the Southern Railway System, regarding additional County Board to recommend the purpose for which, and the roadson SUBURBAN GAS COMPANY
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board oi right of way of Clay County on SR-100 thru Keystone Heights which, this County's 80% surplus gas tax and Federal Aid Secondary -
County Commissioners of said County that the following estimate After a discussion, motion was made by Commissioner Murrhee, to allocations should be spent for construction and improve
be, and the same Is, declared to be a proper expense by said Count request the County Attorney to start negotiations with the Southern ment; and 1190 X Orange Ate. Greta Cove Springs, Fla.
for the acquisition of right of way for the construction of said roa and the same is hereby approved for payment upon receipt by the was seconded by Commissioner Huntley, and carried. tion so that it may be considered in the preparation of the Annual J. H. BROWN, Manager
State Road Department of invoices submitted in the proper manner The Clerk read a letter as received from Mr. Berwick Anderson, Budget of the State Road Department, and
covering the following work: UTILITY: Southern Bell Tel. &: Tel. former County Attorney, regarding completion of case No. L-527, WHEREAS, this Board conferred with the State Road Department -
Co.; AMOUNT $1, 45.99. SRD Clay; County vs John Batten, et ml., which is now pending. concerning the projects to be selected and the specifications
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by said Board of County Commissioners After a discussion, motion was made by Commissioner Green, sec with respect thereto,
that the State Road Department of Florida be, and it is onded by Commissioner Huntley and carried, requesting Mr. An- NOW THEREFORE IT RESOLVED THAT the State Road CUSTOM BUILTBRICK
hereby, requested and authorized to pay for said work out of secondary derson to complete this pending case. Department is hereby requested to use such funds for construction
fund accrued to the credit of this County. Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by CommissionerGreen (including rights of way acquisition, surveys, plans, maintenance,
and carried, to approve the following statements for Berwick etc.) of the following roads:
Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, former County Attorney; L-530( SRD and Clay DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT OR USE OF SECONDARYROAD HOMES I
Moody, and carried, the following Resolution was adopted. Also, County vs John H. Pace, et al, in the amount of $200.00 and L-524, FUNDS FOR 1963-64.
Right of Way Contract and map on same was executed and filed. SRD and Clay County vs Gus Bryant, et al, in the amount of $200.00. SECONDARY ROAD FUNDS.No. .
RESOLUTION Mr. George Davis and Representative. D. Saunders appeared 1. Purchase the necessary additional right of way as requiredfor
WHEREAS, the State Road Department of Florida has authorized before the Board and discussed the possibility of the Commissioners SR No. 100 thru Keystone Heights.No. 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH
and requested Clay County to furnish the necessary rightsof having Highway No. 17 from Green Cove Springs north to the Clay. 2. Purchase the necessary additional right of way for a four
way, borrow pits and easements for that portion of Section I Duval County line rebuilt into a four land highway. After a discus lane highway on U. S. 17, from Green Cove Springs, North to the
71530, County Road, extending from a point in the West % of Sec- sion, Chairman Wilson, invited Mr. Davis and Representative Saun- Clay-Duval County Line. FULL TILE BATH
tion 23, Range 25 East, Northeasterly to State Road S-218, which ders to go with the Board on March 5, 1963, to appear before State BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the methods and standards -
has been surveyed and located by the State Road Department as Road Department officials on this request. Mr. Davis and RepreSentative employed by the State Road Department for determination of TRUSS ROOF CONSTRUCTION
shown by a map on file in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Courtof Saunders accepted and offered their full cooperation on major improvement features including the specific alignment, the
laid County and in the office of the said Department at Tallahassee this matter. types and widths of pavement, and the Department's standard specifications CEDAR FRAMING
and Mr. L. M. Beasley appeared and requested the Board's approval i for construction are concerned in and approved by this
WHEREAS, the said Department will not begin construction for the Clay Electric to use four voting machines for March 28, Board. It is requested: That the Department will consider the projects 20.YR. ROOF
of laid portion of said Section in said County until title to all land 1963, to be used for their Annual Election. Mr. Beasley!! stated al I in the order listed above insofar as practicable, but not to the BONDED TERMITE TREATMENT
necessary for said portion of said Section has been conveyed to or expenses would be paid by Clay Electric Co-operative and the County extent of retarding the whole program that the termini of the projects
vested in said State by said County, and said lands are physically Custodian to be in charge of machines. Motion by Commissioner aS described in the resolution and shown on the accompanyingmap SOLID FACE BRICK-(Choice Colors)

cleared of all occupants, tenants, buildings and/or other structures Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner Huntley, and carried, to approve rather than any estimate of funds therefor, shall control the VINYL TILE FLOORS
and improvements upon or encroaching within the limits 6f the this request.Mr. Department's allocation of funds; that this resolution shall remainin
land required for said portion of said Section; and Ray Chance, Director of Clay County Civil Defense appearedand effect throughout the year; and that after the current year the COPPER PLUMBING -
_ WHEREAS, the said County is financially unable at this time gave a brief report of his unit's past months activities. Also, recommendations of this resolution shall constitue a continuing fan-
to provide the necessary funds to acquire said rights of way, bor- advised the Board that he had for several months requested the former .
row pits and easements, but has issued bonds for payment thereof County Attorney to draw up a lease for execution betweenthe FURRED WALLS
; now therefore, be it Board of County Commissioners of Clay County and G. 1.
RESOLVED, that the State Road Department of Florida be Wiggins, on rental of a Storage Building for the emergency Hospitc. BOXED 24" EAVES
and it is hereby requested to pay for the rights of way, borrow pits that is stored in Keystone Heights. Motion by Commissioner Hunt Special this Week FRONT PORCH \
.nd easements for said road, including the removal of buildings, ley, seconded by Commissioner Moody and carried, to request County
fences and other structures and improvements thereon, and for other Attorney to negotiate with Mr. G. E. Wiggins on a lease basis. 1 I CARPORT & UTILITY ROOM
expenses of acquiring title to said rights of way, borrow pits and Mr. John McKinley, President of the Green Cove Springs Jaycees : A&P !
easements by purchase or condemnation, from such funds and under appeared and discussed with the Board, the Jaycees' Miss Clay i i i at your
such conditions as are set out in the contract hereto &attached and County Contest which it sponsors each year, and requested $300.00 I As Low As $6800
be it further from the Board of Commissioners to help with expenses. After a ._
RESOLVED, that said County, through its Board of County further discussion, motion by Commissioner Huntley to give the
Commissioners, comply with the request of said Department and Orange Park and Green Cove Springs Jaycees, $100.00 each and an
procure, convey or vest in said State the free, clear and unencumbered I additional $150.00 extra to the Green Cove Springs Jaycees for JANE PARKER SPECIAL S 550 DO
title to all lands necessary for said portion of said Section, : helping with expenses for the coming Miss Clay County Contest. PER MONTH AND UP
and deliver to the State Road Department said lands physicallyclear Motion was seconded by Commissioner Green, and carried.
of all occupants, tenants, fances, buildings and/or other struc- The Clerk presented a letter and map from Mr. S. Bryan Jennings i FHA and CONVENTIONAL FINANCING

requesting the old right of way along SR1218, be returned Potato Chips 1 Lb49

PUliLlSllED EVERY: THURSDAY to his company. After a discussion, motion was made by Com Hnau Area ...................................916 Sq. Ft.

BYCRESCENT missioner Green seconded by Commissioner Murrhee, and carried, Carport and Utility ......... ...
;; ...........3a Sq. Ft.
to deed back to all prior owners old right of way adjacent to SR-218; .
PRESS INC. resolution be Front Perth ......................
proper to prepared by the County Attorney for next ......... 50 Sq. Ft.
Green Cove Springs. Florida >- regular meeting.

Phone 284-3166 A letter from Mrs. R. M. Fortston, member of the Governors Price In this Ad are good through" Saturday, February 23 TOTAL AREA .............................. .1S16 Sq. Ft.
advisory committee, requesting County to better control junk yards
NATIONAL EDITORIAL along Clay County Highways, was read and forwarded to the Clay Your dreams come true with ON YOUR LOT 75 MILES OF LAKE CITY
County Zoning Commissioner further study and reply.A )
+ Lt.t.: : tt letter from Mrs. Carlton R. Clark, secretary of the Country ; ff PLAID STAMPS
Garden Club of Drs. Inlet-Middleburg area was received regarding lie w.r.dua; a r.c.c n. Cor.rR s.:.
information on County Garbage dumps. After a discussion, motionwas BOB HOWARD INCM
DUNCAN GRONER President made by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by CommissionerGreen 1 ,
and carried, instructing Road Superintendent Knowles to have Call
Entered.. second Claa Matter. Pt Collect
July IS. 1155. at Ue Office. 359-0236
Green Cove Springs. Florida under the JLst of March a. 1M7. proper signs posted giving directions to County owned and maintained -
Seeo Class t..tace paid at GrHa C... ..rt.... 71.. garbage dumps and also, to post No Dumping signs at certain 240 Gr.fetm ,",vi.
SCBSCKIPTIOX RATES locations where dumping is now unauthorized by law. 115 N. Orange Are. Green Core Sprint, na.I Jacksonville T, FI*.

One Year-In advance *...........,. ..__ .... -. ... "..00'f Motion by Commissioner Moody, seconded bj CommUioatr .........





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I MHC & Penney Farms Middleburg NotesREPORTER 1 I Green Cove SocialsSargeant I

book of East Mr. and Mrs. Forest : RUTH BARTHLOWPhone and Mrs. Thomas R. A meeting of the Woman'*
_if REPORTER: )Ir.. Herbert D. )1.u8-Phone 529.8131 I rent study "Rim Thompson -
Asia." Mrs A. G. Hempstead pre- and Mr. Roy Hudson of Tor- BUtler 2-S263 Scott of Hopkinsrille, Kentucky, Christian Service will be held ii
first of the Wom ing the inspiring and chal- have arrived for visit with his I I
The meeting was a .
sented the picture in Korea; Mrs.C. rington Conn., called On Mrs. the Social Room of the Firs
en's Guild under the leadershipof lenging program conducted by the All member of the local chap- The County Home Demonstration parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
K. Imbrie, Taiwan; Miss C. Stephen L. Kii r on their way Methodist Church, Green Cov.I .
I the new president, Mrs. A. S. Missionary Committee, with Mrs. Club will have an anniversary Scott. Mrs. Scott will remain i I
Tarbell, Hong Kong. The pictures home from a vacation in St. Pet- ter of the auxiliary fire depart- I
I Barrows, was held Wednesday, Paul Harrison as chairman The in Green Cove Springs while Sgt. Springs, Tuesday, March 5, a
I.I, February 12, at 2:45 p.m. An theme was "Pictures For Prayer" depicted problems in these ersburg. ment are urged to attend a meeting tour of the Weather Bureau Scott attends NCO School at 7:30 p.m. Mr. J. C. Sapp will pro
outstanding feature of the meet- based on selections from the cur- countries such as poverty, disease at the fire Station Tuesday and of St. Regis Paper Companyon Fort Jackson, S.C.,. for six weeks. sent a program on United Ns

;1.. over-population, refugees, Mrs. Leona Caldwell attended night, March 5, at 7:30. This will March 6, at 10:00 o'clock. ttons.
exploitation, ignorance, spiritual the "Camp Farthest Out" at the Miss Bonnie Dean Baker fell
and -
be meeting
X >Vote For darkness in instance avery important CHURCH OTICR
( every
and suffered a' broken
Coquina Hotel in Ormond Beach, recently
there was a touching plea for all interested ladies are inrited. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Alvarez had
and then spent several days arm.
n LENARD M. united effort and support by as their guest last week the form-
friends in Daytona Beach. The local P-TA held its Febru- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Christians through prayer and er'a brother-in-law and sister, We were in error last week SOCIETY
SHOWALTERCandidate I ary meeting in the auditoriumwith
material gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Baldwin, when we reported that J. P.
I The Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Dopp almost every member present Hall Jr., had entertained. The Or. E. Houston! St. A
For '. WORLD DAY OF PRAYER AT I had a Surprise visit, this past Sirs. A. E. Lanier, membership and their son, DW yne, from party was giVen at the Hall&s X. Magnolia Are

PENNEY FARMS week, from their Old friends MrS.L. chr. reported eighty-nine Jackson, Minnesota.Mrs. Camp but was given by the Dee- GRKKN COVK SPRINGS
I City Commissioner Christians all over the world G. Tinkler of Lake Wales. members. Mrs. Rebecca Brad tora Inlet Civic League for Sheriff FLORIDA

'E ; GROUP 2 will unite on Friday, March 1, ford's Second Grade won the Charles B. Frisbee who Hall. I II
for World Day of Prayer. It will banner with a room count of I Service held Sunday
TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1963 Mrs. Maymt Haney pasted 60 pet cent attendance.Mrs. under went minor surgery in A Vote for at 11 a.tII.Sitej.ctCIIRIST.
be observed at 9i30: o'clock, in the morning of
on February19th
away L. F. Thomas gave the Pureal Hospital last week has
Penney Memorial Church. The JESUS
in the Mary Olin Home LEN SHOWALTERIs
devotional l, Mrs. Emory Johns to her home here.
service of United Church Women, Community Clinic. )Irl. Haney March 3
presented the reading on Found The Flu has been making unwelcome -
written this year by the womenof a
had been a resident of the Com- A cordial Invitation Is extended
Korea, will be used. The themeis munity since 1050. A nephew and er's Day. calls at various homes .
attend ervlcea.WITJt
Vote for to our
GLEANERS Mrs. Slade presided over in Middleburg. At the Progress
E Z WAY LAUNDRY & "More Than Conquerors. All his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert presenthe
the business session. Among the is visiting Mr. Williams and
are invited, especially residentsof Morgan of Rome, Ga., were here I
items of business was the appoint Our Postmaster Elvin Saund@u
Penney Farms, Green Cove for the committal service in the ,
Under Xetv Management Springs, and Middleburg Ar U. M. H. C. Cemetery. ment of a committee td nominate .. THIS AD ONLY
officers: for the new year. Appointed -

ST. AUGUSTINE The Rev. and Mrs. Douglas were! Mrs. Eltin Saunders PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS $5.00 WATCH REPAIRING $5.00
Schattschneider, missionaries on Among the guests at Christian Mrs. H. B. Cooper and Mrs.
SOFT WATER LAUNDRY Herald's Memorial Home Com Hal Adams. CHURCH IF RKfAlRARLE
leave from Alaska, called on Miss
Sarah E. Foy while visiting in munity, this past week, were the The main feature of the meet Vermont Are. Cleaning Oiling Regulating Case PoHshed
ZORIC DRY CLEA.aXGPhone Florida. Miss Foy was associatedwith Rev. and Mrs. Percy G. Beatty ing: was "Open House." Green Core Springs Electronic Timed Band Polished
the SchattSChneiders while of Patterson, N.J., where Mr. The evening did not end too All movement Parts Furnished
teaching in Alaska Beatty is associate pastor of the happily for Mr. and Mrs. James -
2846041OPEN Broadway Baptist Church. They Saunders because one of their You have a Dial Refinishing New Hands FittedAt

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morrison came to visit MrS. Roy E. Crosby daughters got her arm brokenat Special Invitationto I Reasonable Additional Charges

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON of Memphis, visited their aunt who belonged to the First Baptist the erent. attend Crystal Replaced-Case RepaIred-Band Repairs
Mrs. Charlotte Harvey on Monday Church of Beverly, Mass., when Hostesses'were MM. Charles F. Church and Sunday School
.8 AM 6 I'M and Tuesday, On their way Mt.Beatty served as pastor there. Foust, Mrs. H. C. WilHamsan, ---... Chronographs &. Special Models Slightly HigherMail
home from Tampa. They will i and Mrs. Virgil Padgett.A Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Order Service

Magnolia Street Green Cove Springs spend some time in St. Augustineto Miss Stella Cats has announcedthat I number of new pupils have Preaching 11:00 a.m.
see the points of interest there. the WCTU meeting that was i been enrolled recently. The last Sunday Kite Sere 7:00 p.m. DOUGLAS D. hOWELL I
to have been held On February count gave Mrs. Gladys Johns, the Prayer M. Thurs. 7.30 p.m.
The Rev. and Mrs. John Barnes Primary teacher,thirty-six pupils. WATCHMAKER ..lE1rl'LHllP.o.
19 was postponed until tomorrowand
Called Mrs. Harriet Erdman Pastor ReT. J. C. Maynor ". IIT'f'
on will be held in the aauctuary Box S8.1 Orange Park I'la. Phone CO
on Monday evening :Mr. Barnes of the M.H.C. church, In conjunction Phone EV D- 8JO Neat' to Orange: Park R & 10
;is of St. P ul'a Lutheran BirthsAt
with the WCTU speech contest
GREEN COVE CURB MARKET Church of Burklttsville, Md., -
at 2 o'clock. The following .
where the late Mr. Erdraan was .
program will be given under the Clay Memorial Hospital 4! I
for 33 before coming

Specials For Month of MarchPer pastor to Penney years Farms. direction speech: contest Of MrS.By Robert the children StOrty-of- Born to: Four different ways to make goingmore

We welcome Mrs. Chrlstlanna the Penney Farms School, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Leon
Pint DuRie as a new member of the music by the school children. Mrs. Downing, Feb. 8, a girl, Mary

SUPREME ICE CREAM . 19p Memorial Home Community. She Mary Orr is the devotional leader Alice 10 Downing, weight, '7 pounds, fun than getting thereYou
arriver from Maitland, Florida, and Mrs. B. H. Curtis is the ounces.
Seven Flarori-Vanilla. Strawberry. Chocolate Vanilla Mr. and Mrs. Fmkee Lee Hug-
9th is homein hostess.
and at
on February
Fudre.Cherry Vanilla mark Walnut, Butter Pecan.46-oz. Cans Quadrangle, Apartment 1-5. gins, Feb. 9, a girl, Andrea Deon can Bee -why one of America'sfavorite mlKcyou think that t Ice and anew

Mrs. DuRie lived most of her The Annual Golden Wedding Huggins, weight 9 pounds, 14U} outdoor sports is driving are kid stuff; and for pure adventure,
ORANGE JUICE . .3 for 97 l life in New Jersey. Anniversary Celebration\ will be ounces. Chevrolets,with four entirely different America's only ports car, Ctonwfl*-
held Friday, March 1st at 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Leon Frank kinds of cars to choose from. There's now in two all-new versions with taofes
FRESH BREAD 2 Loaves for 25p Twenty couples warned Htndrieks, Feb. 9, a girl, Linda
pnj. the Jtl+fmooth Chevrolet,about ad luxurious that can stop traffic like a ruth-hour
fifty years or longer will marchin Lou Hendricks, weight 6 pound,
without overblizzard. Picked favorite
CLAY THEATRE 12 ounces. as you can go going :your alreedy1b
the procession with their ard in price the low-cost The next thing is to take
bridesmaids, colorful Af- Mr. and Mr*, Henry Floyd ;
very Jr.t
Specials Feb. 28th Thru March 9th the wheel at Chevrolet
II good-looking
Mr. Jamie Carutherl, Mgr fair. The Ceremony will M held Feb. 9, a girl, Dorothy Ann Floyd, Chevy a car CHEVROLETtrill your
in the Penney Memorial Church. weight' 7 pound, 3% Ounces.. that would send any family deaIer's.Ifthatdoetn'tbavoae1dng
Mon thru Fri. show only
Suwannee one ; another family you thinking of places to

Box office open 7:15 p.m. favorite, the sporty Corrair, ? go, maybe you'd rather jut
BEANS 303 Size
8 Cans 894 Feature Befins 7i4S: p.m. whose rear-engine traction Keeps GOing weal have a ball around town!

Thrifty MaidCREAMSTYLE Sat.-Sun., 2 p.m. continuous HANDYMAN $1995LifTS

CORN .8 Cans 89 PUttS eo PUSHES
.,... .*.. Capacity' 11 EACH r
Argo Wed. & Thurs.. Feb. 17 Jt 28 101 USES: -Jodu""0 hch. hd.c4".
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SYRUP Richard Egan 1. I hUnt, and If I 4m elected 1 am ready to path my II NOYA 400 SPORT COUPE
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belief into action, that Green COTC'I welfare depend

PURE LARD . y2-Gal. Jars 39p COMING ATTRACTIONS: upon an experienced, artUolaU City e annul batted bf an 4A.

Blue PlateSALAD Whatetef Happened To Baby Informed eitltenry. t

DRESSING . Quart 39c Jane 2. I believe the time boa coma for the City Commission .

I Second Time Around to press forward with Unrrane pun for title impfote- _

\Ve Reserve Quantity Rights GigotREVLON ment. I dd at betttre that promises, patchwork er tabledprofframa S_

I will benefit any citizen of Green Core

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shape Sate otrn deatlny. I deny that bttataea will come to

Green Cote "in time unless we acutely seek: It. CORVAIR MOHZA CLUB COUPE

4. I believe that svcceaafal buUet experience 1* the

best teheol for tvetefcrfftl CTri leaderibJp.
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5. I better the present employes of Green Cote are do*

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Cotney, Orange Park Businessman' .,..< .Weds.Jf Events Of Week Orange Park Socials I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED

: World Day of Prayer Service- Mrs. R. W. Robbins of Kings- : home from St. Vincent's Hospitaland

.j Friday, March 1, at 10 a.mat ley Ave., was a patient in Clay is feeling much better.

Orange Park Presbyterian Memorial Hospital for a few days

Church. this week. i :Mrs. Cecil Gregory, Mrs. Walden -
:' Womanless Wedding-Boosters Johnson, and Miss Virginia

1 Club-Friday, March 1, at 9 Elaine Center, daughter of Freeman were co-hostesses last

p.m. at Orange Park High Commander and Mrs. George Saturday evening at the Greg-

b y School. (Repeat Performance). Center of Elbow Rd., was on tour ory home for a bridal shower
t r f fir" Mardi Gras Festival-Saturday, last week-end in southern Florida honoring Mrs. David S. Johnson.

March 2, Parade at 2 p.m.; with the Concert Choir of The 25 guests presented the former s -
4S Costume Ball at the High Florida Southern College. Her Judy Weatherford with many

School, 7:30 to 12 p.m. brother George, also a student at lovely gifts. aT
Orange Park Methodist Birthday Florida Southern, was home for
the week-end on a surprise visit.
Fellowship Sunday, Mrs. Florence Oaks is a patientat
7s- March 3, preceeding 7 p.m St. Vincent's Hospital.Mrs. Ii3
:. service at the church. Mrs. Gordon Vail of CampbellAve. :
is a surgical patient at St.Vincent's .
Orange Park Lionellas
-Monday, Hospital.Mrs. Inex Trew enters St. Vincent's -
3 March 4, at 8 p.m. at the
.t Lions Club. I Hospital today for surgery .
Mabel Watkins returned tomorrow.
s. Orange Park Civitans-Tuesday,

March 5, at 7 p.m. at Charlie's _'w

Restaurant. Hill News Notes _
Methodist Women's Society of I Clay I

1 Christian Service-Wednesday, '
March 6, at Fellowship Hall. How often we think of the song, We failed again Sunday to get ms's.
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Methodist Communion, Covered We.Are Going Down The Valley to church, but learned that in ,
Pictured above is a scene of "The WomanThat the all male cast won the hearts of their
Dish Supper, and Annual ONE BY ONE, and how true this spite of the storm about Sunday r4 -
less Wedding" held last Friday at the Orange audience is evident since a repeat performancePark Board '
Meeting Wednesday, song is! It seems we are going School time, there were 55 pres- -'
High School. Hoyt Cotney played the part will be given this Friday night at the High March 6, at the church. down this valley faster at the ent, and the Nursery won the 1;
.of the groom and C. H. Holmes, principal of Orange Park High Boosters Club n : :
School. There will be a reception following I present time than ever before. banner. The Rev. Cecil Crawford y
,the High School, was a most ravishing bride. 'Wednesday, March 6, at 8p.m.
this performance of the wedding at the Orange I Are we ready to meet God? If preached Sunday morning. The
at the high school. e
Other members of the cast were prominent
not, Prepare to Meet Thy God. Rev. Bennett preacher Sunday
,civic leaders. Park High School, home of the bride. W. E. Cherry School P-TA- evening. .

Thursday, March 7, at 7:30
p.m. at the school. Elgin Lang is absent from the ,

"Spring Fashion"A OP Serviceman Doctors Inlet Civic Association- grocery store for a few days MAUD CARPENTER STRONGWe .

A Vote for GraduatesWilliam Thursday, March 7, at 8 p.m. and Lillian Futch is our store received word a few days t

spring fashion show, spon- at the Civic Building. keeper again. Orlene, Elgins sis- ago that another dear friend had

sored by the Officers Wives of E. Padgett, aviation ter, has returned home. She has passed from time to eternity.We ;' : ) ,,
LEN SHOWALTERIs and Repair Depart- been Elgin for sometime. .. .if:. > {, .
the Overhaul electronics technician first class, helping never knew this dear friend "'- .;':-t "t '.; J
OP Mardi Gras .
ment, is scheduled for this Friday USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William personally, although Jim knew ,----' ,

a morning at 10:45 o'clock at Padgett, Jr., of Route 1, Planned For Sat. Last week we ordered a tank of her when they were both young. Mkt a -'a'<< Q .c" ,..

the Officers Club, NAS. Orange Park, Fla., was graduat- gas from the Griffis Brothers'at She has been one of my pen pals '," i' < :\ 'f:
ed, Feb. 1, from the Aviation Orange Park's second annual Maxville, the deliveredby .
Vote Fashionation" gas was for several I
r Progress Titled "Spring years.
Electronics Intermediate Schoolat
Mardi Gras Festival is scheduled a blind man! This shows thata
the show will feature fashions the Naval Air Technical Train- for this Saturday. Maud was 78 years of age,
bad handicap can be overcomeif
from Jean Jowers of Orange ing Center, Memphis, Tenn. Everyone is invited to enjoy we just try. Onell Cannon, February 20, 1963. She died in

Park. The 32-weeks course covers the celebration, which begins son of Kuyle Cannon is blind and the Jacksonville Memorial Hos- The Rev. and Mrs. Augustus Evans Lanier of Middleburg
make mowing electronics theory, basic and com- pital, in Dade City, Florida. Funeral
with a big parade through town almost deaf. True, his wife, has announce the engagement and approaching marriage of
plex circuit analysis, maintenance was Friday, February 23,
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. The
FUN togo along with hi mand do the their daughter, Carolyn Ruth, to Mr. David V. Massirni
procedures, and approved parade route is from the Moose- interment was in Orange Hill
driving and lead him where he
application of standard test haven Administration Building, Cemetary. of Cambridge, Massachusetts.Miss .
COMPLETE goes, but he does the work, never- "
equipment. down Moosehaven Drive to High- theless. It is better to try and Maud was a native of Kingsley Lanier is a graduate of St. Cloud High School
way 17, and then along 17 to the Lake section, lived there until
St. Cloud Florida.Mr.
fail, than to not try at all. .
Bank of Orange Park. There will several years after she and Rob-
be 32 floats, clowns, beautiful ert O. (Bert) Strong were Massimi is a graduate of Ridge Technical High
Notice is hereby given that Nellie Wilkinson isn't improv-
School Mass.
girls.In married. In later years they Cambridge,
fwith SERVICE the Clay County Zoning Com ing in health as all of us had
the parking lot of the bank, moved She the
to Tampa. was At the present both of these people are Juniorsat
mission, will hold a Public Hear- hoped. Buddie told us she has
booths will be set for refresh-
up daughter of William
Cleanouts ing on March 21, 1963, at 8:00 ments and fun, the Orange Park to go to the doctor this week, Emma Silcox Carpenter.Carpenterand Eastern Nazarene College, Wollaston, Massachusetts.Plans .

o'clock p.m., in the County Com- Monday, in fact, for a check-up, made for
0 Repairs Raider Band will give a concert After Robert's death about two are being a spring wedding.
of the
CUB CADET"Your mission Chambers Clay and treatments.Mr. .
after the parade, and the Orange
County Courthouse, Green Cove years ago, she has made her
InstallationsORANGE Park Promenaders will give a
family will positively Springs, Florida, for the purposeof square dancing exhibition.The and Mrs. Bill Pendarvis home with a Baptist minister,

fight for a chance to mow the PARK hearing objections, if any, to big Costume Ball is set called on the Stricklands Monday Mr. and Mrs. Howell and familynear
lawn'with an International rezoning the following described Dade City, Florida. REAL ESTATE
for 7:30 to 12 o'clock that eve- morning. They tell us Bill's moth
Cub Cadet. Controls are so property, from its present Agri- at Park High well. She leaves one son, Robert
ning Orange er is getting along
easy almost anyone can driveit. GREEN COVE SPRINGS' culture Zone, to Intermediate School.) If you come in costume, very Strong of Odessa and one sister, INSURANCE APPRAISALS

.Youll zip over your lawnin 284.3860 Business (BA Zone), except area win one of the many Gertrude Crews of Miami.
you may
record tune up to an STARKE known as Meadowbrook Subdi- awards for best costumes. Dur- Church Neivs How often we wonder Whose

acre'an''hour with the husky vision, Unit No. 4, as described in ing the ball, this year's King and call will come next, and are they Frank W. Brown

38-in. International rotary 969.1952 Plat Book 6, Pages 46 and 47, Queen of the Mardi Gras and Dr. :Milburn :McLeod, Jacksonville ready to meet the Lord

mower.Cub Cadet Mowing.it. made fun witha by If No Answer Public Records of Clay County, King and Queen of Mirth will Methodist District Superintendent Maud wrote: a card to me and and Associates

world's Call Jacksonville Florida: be crowned. Tickets for the ball was guest minister at one to my daughter, Jo Ann
the most experienced
maker. A parcel of land in Sections are $1.00 for adults and 50c for the Sunday service at the Orange Lang on February 15, just four 1800 U. S. highway 17 Phone
.7 Nonpew" Easy riding SP 13548Free 6 and 7, Township Sections 4 South 1, students.If Park Methodist Church. He was days before she left this world Orange Park CO 49501We

.AH year Easy st..nngfrantmiitioA sly Range 26 East and you haven't already, be sure assisted by Jim Crowl and Har- for her eternal home.
4 ,
asr Township
Y and 12, to cast your penny votes for ley Broom.
IS handy lawn and gardtn Range 25 East, described as your favorite king and queen The Rev. Don Nichols, pastorof
attachments availabl.CDNVaNlaNT.TBRMS. Begin at the intersection of candidates. Many handsome king the church, is in St. Peters- GRACE CHURCH

the North line of Spencer'sRoad candidates and lovely qut ,n can- burg this week to conduct a New ELECTS NEWVESTRYMAN

OME INI SEE THE CUB CADETMcGEE'S with the West line of didates are running this year, Life Revival at the Wesley Meth- eWe "

Estimates State Road No. 21, said intersection and all of the money collectedgoes odist Church there. Five new vestrymen were

; ;\ bearing South 05 degrees to support our fine Raider Other Methodist events coming. elected at the annual parish meet-I
WELDING West 1120.15feet I Service W
02 minutes Band. this week include the annual ing of Grace Episcopal Church, olkswagens

& RADIATOR SHOP AMASON'SComplete from the with intersection the West of Asking for your votes for birthday fellowship preceeding Orange Park, which was held on I .
Ave. said west line Mardi Gras Queen are: Judy the evening service at 7 o'clock
520 N. Orange Tank thence Thursday, February 21, in the alsoSports
Cove SprintsFbone Septic line of said Section 7, Frisbee, sponsored by the Orange next Sunday and on Wednesdaya Parish House. Mrs. John A.
Green of
Service run on the North line Spencer's Park Boating Club; Diane Wea- covered dish supper, Communion Gilliland was chairman of the Cars

281-3163 Road North 57 degrees therford, Orange Park Lions service, and the annual board covered dish supper that precededthe
26 minutes 10 seconds Pat Love, Orange Park Prome meeting of the church. meeting.The .
a point 650 feet from the centerline naders; Arlene Osswald, Millers Scheduled for March 10 Reverend Donald Clawson SPRING MOTORS
Road No. 21 as
of State 5 & 10; and Cynthia Lou Addi- through 14 at the Methodist the
I presented parish Other
to said report.
measured perpindicular son, Jim Reid's. Church is a revival on the themeof Green Cove Spring Phone 284-92W
Northerlyand reports were given by Mrs. Wil-
centerline, thence Running for Mardi Gras King "New Life :Meeting." The Rev.
Orange Park Pure Service parallel with said center- are: Maurice Weaver, sponsoredby Bob Knight will lead these meet- liam M. Courtney, president of
minus, to the Women of the Church Arthur
line 6100 feet plus or Basketball Cheerleaders
the JV ings will lead these meeting, at
point of the South line of JV Football M. Nelson,. treasurer; Paul M.
a Boniface,
LAWXMOWERS ; Jack 7 o'clock each evening. Hear programs of
Government Lot 1, of said Sec- Cheerleaders; and Buck Weaver, Last Sunday morning, the King, vestry representative to the

RENTALS tion 6, said point being 650 Varsity Football and Basketball Orange Park Presbyterian Sunday School; James E. Younge, FIXE
SALES, SERVICE feet from the centerline of Cheerleaders. Church also had a guest min- stewardship chairman;'' A d m .

State Road 21, as measured Candidates for Queen of Mirth ist r, Robert Calhoun, an alder (ret.) E. J. S. Younge, building RECORDED

All Types Lawnmowers. and Outboard Motor Repairs perpindicular to said center- include: Dottie Sandridge, spon- of the First Presbyterian Churchin fund chairman; and Mrs. Ralph ,

line, thence on the South line sored by the Orange Park Wom Jacksonville. He was assistedby Murphey, chairman of the grounds SACRED

of said lot North 89 degrees en's Club; Shirley Murphy and Fred Davis, Durell Vincent, committee. ..
All Work GuaranteedCO 42 minutes 10 seconds East to Dot Gammage, both by the Merchants and H. K. Rock. Elected to the vestry for aI ....\;} )IUSIO'

the centerline of State Road of Orange Park; Diane Dr. Franklin Talmadge, minister term of three years were Ralph .... .

No. 21, thence Southerly on Drawdey, the Bank of Orange of the Presbyterian Church, M. Bagwell, William M. Court DAILY

4-6992 CO 4-6608 said centerline 6530 feet plus degrees or Park; and Delois Delp, Orange was unable to preach last Sunday ney, Daniel A. Martin, Thomas'

minus, thence North 57 Park Motors. I because of illness, but he is H. McMillan and Jack H. Quarit- ..
26 minutes 10 seconds the candi- .
For King of Mirth, recovering nicely. -
West to the point of Begin- Murphy, Bob ius.On ONYR55o
dates are: Buck Orange Park Methodists, Epis- Shrove Tuesday, February 1,

ning.Also of said Section Gammage, and John Nelson, all of copalians, and Presbyterians are 26th, the E. Y. C. of Grace
a part sponsored by the Merchants cooperating in a joint service
Church sponsored their annual
6 described as begin at the intersection Park.Officiating. I this Friday morning at 10
COTNEY TIRE SERVICE of the centerline of Orange at the coronation : o'clock for the World Day of Pancake Supper in the Parish WA

State Road No. 21. with the ceremonies during the costume Prayer. This will be at the Presbyterian House. Jack W. Dunlay again
Government 1, and provided the culinary arts in the
South line of ball will be last year's King Church, and a nursery
Section 6, thence run on Gras, Eric convenienceof kitchen.
of said Queen of the Mardi will be open for the ..
Tire Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size said centerline North 01 degree Hansen and Karen Townsend; mothers of small children. .

19 minutes East 2639.45 and King and Queen of Mirth,
or minus, thence on and Sherry Reid
feet plus Griffin
Dist Miller Tires-Autolite Batteries the north line of said Section Halford.Pope New Hours At Bank "Where The Best Is Betlcr""e ColkdOXLY

6 westerly 777 feet plus or mi-
v Of Orange ParkThe
nus, thence on the west line GRACE CHURCHWOMEN Electric

Cor.Park d King Jacksonville Fla. of the East % of said Govern- TO MEET Bank of Orange Park announces -

ment Lot South 01 degree 14 The Churchwomen of Grace new banking hours as of E and

EV 9-3027 or EV 4-6401 minutes 15 seconds East Church, Orange Park, will meeton March 1st: Monday-Thursday- U -
2638.S4 feet plus or minus, Monday, at 10:30 o'clock in 9:30 am.730 p.m. Friday9:30a.m. BEST Telephone

. thence on the south line the home of Mrs. Thomas A. to 7:00 p.m. Closed Satur- YOUR DHIz
of said Government Lot north Beadwell, 2549 Red Fox Road days.
89 degrees 42 minutes 10 sec- will be planned by The drive-in-window will be NEEDSIN

.- .' '.- onds East 659.84 feet to said The Mrs.program E. J. S. Young, and Mrs. open Monday Thursday- 9:30-

AND IX Point of Beginning. Murphey will direct workon 4:00 p.m., Friday-9:30-7:00 pjn.
AU parties in interest and citizens Ralph /
shall have an opportunityto remindedto STORK NOTE

ORANGE PARK be heard at said time and Society. Members sandwich are and stay for Rev. and Mrs. Don Clapp, of Get It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE .
bring a .
f Columbus Ohio the proud
of the church are
place.CLAY COUNTY ZONING lunch. AU women parents of -daughter, Carol Eli-
1905 TT. S. Highway 17 Phone 264.6431 COMMISSION are invited and urged to zabeth, January 27, 1963. Weight

'. .Z JAMES E. CROWL There will be a meeting of the 7 pounds. The mother will be remembered 1022 Highway 1T Phone 264-6831: Orange. Park
"" Chairman board at 10:00 a.m. precedingthe as the former Juanita ; -

February 28, March 7, 1963 general meeting. __ Batu... _

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Notice is hereby given that, COURT, IN AND' FOR CLAY THE FOURTH JUDICIAL day County Zoning Commission, CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA

Jk pursuant to a final decree of COUNTY, FLORIDAIn CIRCUIT OF THE STATEOF will hold s Public Hearing: on In Chancery
-- ----- Thursday March 21,1963 at 8:00 I Case No. 357fr.
--- foreclosure entered in ,
--- cause numbered re: Estate of FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
I 3489 in the Circuit Courtof LaMlra Alvarez dill deceased. CLAY COUNTY IN CHANC o'clock P.m.. in the Clay County GLADYS M. EADEH

Clay Counuty, Florida, I will ERY. Courthouse. Green Cove Springs, Plaintiff

sell the property situate in Clay NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 3566 Florida, for-the purpose of hear TI.FRtD.

I Florida ing objections, if to issuinga S. EDAEH
County, described as: All creditors of the estate of any
A parcel of land situated in Gill deceased JOHN P. CORCORAN, JR., permit to comply with Section Defendant
the NE 4 of Section 32, Town- LaMira Trustee, 1, and Section 2, Paragraph 2.5, NOTICE OF SUIT

ship 4 South, Range 25 East, are hereby notified and required Plaintiff of Article XVI of the day Coun- THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO:

J Clay County. Florida. and being to file any claims or demands vs.GLENN. ty Zoning Regulations, namely Fred S. Eadeh,

-more particularly described which they may have L. BOHANNON andHARRIETTE to use the following described 4519 Delta Street

1.- as follows t against said estate in the office property as a Cemetery Addi- San Diego 13, California

AIR CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS Begin at the SW corner Of of the county judge of BOHANNON. tion: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .

his wife. Commencing at an iron set that a suit has beta filed
said NEU, thence on the West Clay County, Florida in the
MARINA MOTELAPTS. line. of said NEU, North 010' courthouse at Green cove Defendants. in the easterly right-of-way against you in the above entitled
ABC TV INLET MARINA line Florloda.State Road No cause and hereby required -
40 West 351.02 feet; thence Springs Florida within six NOTICE OF SUTT of youare
FOR RENT 21 where said rightofwayline to serve upon plaintiff'sAttorny
along the southerly line of ,
calendar months from the date THE STATE OF FLORIDATO
17 Orange whose name and ad.
Hwy intersects the north boundary -
State Road No. 21 North 55'
RALPH F. MILBERGERREFRIGERATION By Week MonthU. of the first publication of this : HARRIETTS BOHANNON dress herton written
STORAGE-WET & DRY or (02'30" East 170 feet thence line of the aforesaid south appear your
: notice. Each claim or demand whose residence is unknown defenses if to the bill
CROSBY BOATS South 37'43' East 535.83 feet half cf Section Six, and run any,
AND EE-ZY TIUILERS3IERCII1Y S. 17 North thence on the southerly line of must be in writing and must YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED in a southerly direction along of complaint in said suit, copy of

AIR CONDITIONING ENGINES PHONE 284-3605 said NEVi, South 887'10" state the place or residence to file your answer or said right-of-way 12.6 fMt to which is delivered to you here.

and post-office address of the defenses ii fence corner thence North with, on or before April 1 A.D..
Service West for 478. 5 feet to point of written !, if any, the a ;

beginning.! The area of said claimant and must be swornto above proceeding with the 89 degrees 68 minutes East 1963.Herein

AUThORIZED ''FEDDEKS"Sales SALES & SERVICECO PACKAGE STOREPAUL'S parcel being 3.01 acres more by the claimant his agent, Clerk of this Court and to along a fence, 538.03 feet for a I, fail not or decree pro
will be entered againstyou
.A Service 4-9833 or less. or his attorney, or it will be- serve a copy thereof upon the point of beginning said North pointof confesso for the relief prayed in the
at public sale to the highest and beginning being the
Home Phone 284-978O come according Plaintiffs attorney, whose original bill of complaint.The .
of the
best bidder for cash at the north
February 14, 1963. and address '
name appears Nature of taM! suit being
Business Phone 2s4fl3$1AGIN'S front door of the Clay County tract of
All Legal Beverages Courthouse JOHN HENRY GILL, hereon, on or before the 11th Gardens thence continuing for divorce.
in Green Cove ;
E. REEDBookkeeping Open 8 N.)!.. to 1 A 7.!. Springs Florida, between 11:00 Executor of the Estate of day of March. 1963. along said fence North 89 de.grCes Witness my hand and the Mil

DnTal Cornty Line a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on the 11th LaMira Alvarez Gill deceased The nature of this proceeding 58 minutes East 2089.7 of said Court at Gren COTe
I feet to point on the east line Springs, Florida, this 21 day of
day of March, A.D., 1963. being a suit for foreclosureon a

1? Refrigeration and Tax Service North of Orange Park (Court Seal) First publication February 21, a mortgage on the following of said Section Six;minutes thence February GEORGE AJX, 19 L.5.CARLISLE
21 ,
South 01 degree,
And AirConditioning 1963. described real property lying Court
Clerk of Circuit
400 W. Walnut St. 20 seconds East 1306.70 feetto
THOMAS & PIERCEAttomen.atIaw and being in Clay County Florida of the ESTILLE RIDLEY
Phone 284-6721 the Southeast corner
Feb. 28, 1963
to-wit: Northeast % of the Southeast En.est J. Jacobs

SERVICE Green Cove Springs GEORGE WEEKS LEGAL NOTICE 203-205 North Temple Ave. Beginning In the NE corner U of Section Six; thence South Attorney for Plaintiff

Chrysler Airttmp Sales PIANO SERVICE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Starke, Florida of the North one-half (N%) 89 degrees 31 minutes 30 seconds 203 Law Exchange Building

TAX DEED Feb. 21, 28, Mar. 7, 14, 1063 of Government 104, lying West along the south line Jacksonville, Florida
Authorized ThilcoServic CABINET Tuning Repairing I II Feb. 28 Mar. 1 14 21. 1963
I West of Sand Clay Road, of said % U Section 1333.S2 ,
Sec. 191.16 F.S.
PHONE 284327SBox known as the Green cove feet to the Southwest corner of

Day th. 284-3B80 LINSLEY WOODWORKSCustom 50 Hlbernla Rt. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN LEGAL KOTICH Springs and Palatka Old said U % Section; thence LEGAL NOTICE

Night 284-3492: Cabinetry Grrrn Core Springs that Frank :P. Cowart the Road as recorded In Deed North 62 degrees 15 minutes
holder of the following certificates IN THE COURT OF THE; seconds West 888.33 feet to that
Notice is
Palmetto Office, Bar ard Store Fixtures Book No. 19 at page 453. except 20 hereby given a
Cabinets BIdg. Hardware has filed said certificatesfor COUTY JUDGE, CLAY COUNTY -:I the Southeast corner of said Public Hearing will be held by
parts recorded In Deed
Green Cove Springs Plastic Laminates REAL ESTATE a tax deed to be issued FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.IN Original tract of JacksonvilleMemory the Clay County Board of Ad.
Plywood Book No. 34 124 Deed
thereon. The certificate num- RE: ESTATE OF page Gardens; thence North justment on Thursday, March 7,
Phone Bus. 284-8223 Book No. .75. page 268. Deed minutes West
FILL DIRTCHERRY CLARENCE B. LAZETTE bers and years of issuance the 00 degrees 02 1963 in the Board of County
Phcne Res. 281-3803 description of the property and Book No. 45 at page 377 and 903.07 feet to the point of beginning Commissioners Meeting Room In
Liscensed Broker In SELL Deceased. Deed Book No. 88 at page 53. containing 59.14 acres. the Courthouse in
Highway 17 North Clay ,County ,
the in which it
names was assessed -
To all Creditors and Persons public records of Clay County in interest and citizens -
& LOVEHDragLine Green Core Springs Green Cove Springs follow: All parties Green COSprin s. Florida, beginning
are as
having claims or demands Florida. All lying and being shall have an opportunity: at 8:00 o'clock p.m.
Since 1037 Certificate No. 84
Damp Truck against sal l Estate: in Government Lot 4. to be heard at said time and One hearing is called regardIng -

APPLIANCESJim Homes Farms Acreage Year of Issuance: May 31. 1855 Section 2, Township 7 South place. the, Notice of Appeal by the
LIGHT DOZIER WORK Description of Property: Lot 5 You and each of you are CLAY COUNTY ZONING I applicant for Rezoning th.
Range 26, East Clay County a ,
CLEAN FILL DIRT Carter 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 Blk. 6A Fleming Island Estates hereby notified and required to COMMISSION
Appliance Florida. Running in a South- following described property:
Shell Clay Service. Inc. Name in which assessed: Thel- present any claims and demands erly direction along the Sand JAMES E. CROWL Part of Tract 3, Creighton

FREE ESTIMATES UPHOLSTERERS ma HinelyAll which you, or either of Clay Road. known as the Chairman Forest, Unit 2, according to

PROMPT DELIVERY A. F. BakerRefrigeration of said property being in you. may have against the estate Green Cove Springs and Pa- February 28, March 7.1963 plat recorded in the Public

& of BRUCE MARMADUKE:: Records of Clay County, Florida -
the County of Clay.: State of
latka Old Road distance of NOTICEIN
Courteous Service SHOP a LEGAL
Air Conditioning Service Florida. MUNSELL deceased late of in Plat Book 4, pages, 35

Phone CO 4-6311 1400 W. Idlewild Are., Unless such certificate or said County to the County 150 feet, thence in a Westerly THE CIRCUIT COURT OF and 36, and being more particularly .
direction 100 feet thencein
Res. CO 4.9867 also all Phone 284-350 certificates shall be redeemed Judge of Clay County. Florida CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDAIn described as followt.
a Northerly direction 150 of 6m
beginning t -
W. E. (Ernest) Cherry, Major Appliance Repairs Green Cove Springs according to law the property at his office in the court house feet: thence in a Easterly direction Chancery mence For point at the bitersection of

General Mgr. Washers Dryers Seat Covers e Panels described such certificate or of said County. at Green Cove a distance of 100 feetto Case No. 3579 the westerly boundary line of

Doctors Inlet, Pta Phone 284-3542 S Auto TopsUpholstery certificates will be sold to the Springs, Florida within six the point of beginning. MARGUERITE R. CAMBURN, U. S. Highway 17 (State Road

S Lining highest bidder at the court calendar months from the time Said lot being 100 x ISO feet. Plaintiffvs. No. 15)). and the southerly

: Sofas Chairs court house door on the first of the first publication of this DONE and ORDERED at CAMBURN boundary line of Creighton
Monday in Month of March notice. Each claim or demand HOWARD H. thence South 6
Road and run
0 Cushions Green Cove Springs. Clay
I I OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE I 1963 which Is the 4th day of shall be In writing. and shall County. Florida this 6th day Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT degrees 31 minutes 30 seconds

Income Tax Service March. 1963. state the place of residence and of February, 1963.GEORGE THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: West along the westerly boundary -
Dated this. 5th day of February post office address of the Howard H. Camburn, of U. S. Highway No. 17
---- -- 18 Years Experience L. CARLISLE a distance of 870.7J feet;
1963. claimant and shall be sworn to General Delivery,

For RentFOR Miscellaneous Short Forms-$2.00 George L. Carlisle by the claimant agent and/or CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Waretown New Jersey thence run South 89 degrees of
By: Grace M. Carlisle 28 minutes West a distance
and such claimor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Clerk of Circuit Court of attorney. any YOU
Clerk North a degrees
Long Forms $5.00 Deputy been file 300 feet; thence
up demand not so filed shall be that a suit has
RENT Nice 2 bedroom TV SERVICE, Anytime Don Clay County Florida 22 minutes 50 seconds
Hobbs *: Whigham in the above entitled
house, newly painted inside and Woollard. Phone 284-0015. Reasonable Rates for Business. Feb. 7, 14, 21. 28. 1963 void. against you East a distance of 867.59 fe.t
Attorneys for Plaintiff and you are hereby required -
out, reasonable large ,yard appliances Otfc Real Estate Rentals Etc. S/ PERLA GOUCHERAs 211 Jackson Street cause to serve upon plain:till.. to the South boundary line of

furnished. Call Penney INSTRUCTIONSMEN Executrix of the Last whose name ant address CreJghton r Road; thence run
20tfc FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- PAUL REMLINGEE Tampa Florida attorney South 83 degrees 28 minutes
Farms 5298211. Will and Testament of writ-
AND WOMEN NEEDED hereon, your
Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28, 1963LEGAL appear th.
mowers. $15.00 and up. McGee's seconds East along
8645 Roosevelt Blvd. WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo BRUCE MARMADUKE ten defenses, if any, to the bill 30
RENT 2 furnIshed Welding & Radiator. 520 N. : deceased said suit South boundary line of Creighton -
FOR houses Orange ParkCARErS MUNSELL of complaint in copy
experience necessary, grammar NOTICE Road distance of 300 feet
Orange Phone 284-3163. a
1 bdr. and 2 is delivered to your
one one school education First publication February 21st, of which
usually: of beginning.
to point
bdr.. extra nice freshly painted 7tfe TRADING POST herewith, on or before April 1
sufficient. Train now at home 1963T. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN One hearing! U called regarding

inside and out phone 5295291. DOGS BOARDED-home care WE BUY SELL TRADE for jobs with Security For details J. JENNINGS. JR. AND FOR CLAY COUNTY. A.D., 1963.Herein fail. not or decree pro the Notice of Appeal by the applicant

Penney Farms. 31tfc day, week or month. Rodljrn Three locations: send name, address Attorney for Above styled Estate FLORIDA. confesso will be entered againstyou for a variance on a

Kennels 284-3973. 7-4o 15 E. Palmer St. Ph. 284-3280 phone no. to: NATIONAL CASE NO. 3570 for the r6liefprayed in the Building Permit on the followIng -
FOR RENT 3 furn-
room TRAINING SERVICE. BOX C, Green Cove Springs. Florida JACKSONVILLE FEDERAL bill of complaint. described propertylLot
FOR Warehouse
SALE-1958 4 dr. 6 cy & antiques old Lab
ished apt. with bath. 100 West 74 Block 1. Doctor's
St. phone 2813213. 21tfo Chevrolet one owner. Very good Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. Clay: County: Crescent. 24-10c Feb. 21, 28. Mar. 7. 14. 1963 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION The nature of said suit being Estates Subdivision,

condition. Cash $700. Call Key "BIG TOP" tent BlandIng BUY OR TRADEFor a corporation under for divorce.Witntis hand and the seal All parties in interest and eitiscns "-
FOR RENT-1 bdr. cottage in stone Heights. 473-4464. 28p the laws of the United Statesof my Green Cove shall hive an opportunityto
Blvd. At at
Black Creek area fenced yard, Ridgewood Your Used Mobile Home. LEGAL NOTICE America. of said Court hi heard at said time and

all elec. kitchen, etc. Call 284 FOR SALE-15 ft. upright G. E. Furniture & appliances at Top Dollar Paid. Big Allow- Plaintiff Sprinfi Florida, this 21it day .

9137, inquire Black Creek Service Freezer $175. FOR RENT, OR 8tfe ance On Your Coach to Trade. VI.HENRY. of February A.D., 1963.CARLISLE P "* CLAY COUNTY BOARDOF
bargain prices GEORGE I... ,
Station. 2Se SALE-1 bdr. CB house. Call Call EV 4-3581: Collect.ST. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR ADJUSTMENT
R. CARUSO and PAT- Clerk of Circuit Court
.910S. 2S.2p TAX DEED
Inc. See. 194.18, F.S. Chairman
Clerk of Circuit Court
For Sale Real EstateFOR D. CARUSO. unmarried Uta
SMALL EQUIPMENTFOR Inc. 2-14 tfc Jennings Jr. Februiry 28 March 1,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Defendants. 1'. J. ,

RENT We Will Trade for Your Car FOR SALE that Frank P. Cowart. the Attorney for Plaintiff LEGAL NOTICE
SALE House and lot 3 NOTICE OF SUIT Box 372
You name it. We have it Furniture, Diamonds, or Anything holder of the following certificates P.O.
bedrooms 2 baths, terazxo USED FURNITURE FOR SALE THE STATE OP FLORIDATo Green Cove Springs, Florida NOTICE OF
McGee's & of Value on a New Mobile has filed said certificatesfor
Welding Radiator
floors at Pleasant Point. Call Beginning March 1 to March 15 : JOANN D. CARUSO, unmarried Feb. ,28, Mar. 7,14, II, 1953 FOR TAX DEED
520 N. Orange Phone 284-316 Home. a tax deed to be issued
28 .396%. 10-4p '7tf Mrs. Ire Frey, Penney Farms, thereon. The certificate numbers LEGAL NOTICE See. 114.11, F.8.
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, Poling BI.d.Studenta Route 7. Box 157 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN -

FOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet SEWING Expert Seamstress: Inc. desk rose and grey and years of issuance the Charleston, South' Carolina Notice it hereby given that the : that Frank P. Cowart. the

DeLuxe. overhauled and painted. Coats Dresses Draperies,1 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. enamel. 3 drawers Roger Winth. description of the property and I Clay County Zoning Commission, holder of the following c-trUf1.

Excellent condition. 1963 Curtains. Phone 284-3159. tfc' top desk (antique). Gate leg the names In which it was assessed YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED will hold a Public Hearing on CaIn hu, filed said certifteftUs
E4 &>81
are as follows: 8:00
t9t3 at
tag Included. Price $%00 cash. walnut table 2 concealed>> boards Thursday, March tI, for a tax deed to be issued
that has been filed
Phone 284-4795. 21 fin REWARD for lost black billfol 2.14 tfc (antique). Chest of 5 drawerstwo Certificate No. 46 a suit o'clock P-m., in the Clay County thereon. The certificate numbers -

No money but valuable papers square doors on each side Year of Issuance: May 3i, 19S7 against you and HENRY R Courthou Green Cove Springs, and year of issuance the
FOR SALE Bobby Driggers. 291-3101. Z8e (antique). Casual mahogany chair Description of Property: : Part of Florida, for the purpose description of the property and
his wife In the above- if to Issuing
objections any,
overstuffed seat. Brown. Chestof S H of NWU as Recorded In in which it was
FUR SALE-1958 4 dr. 6 ey entitled and that are to comply with Section the names assessed _
HOUSE (Large Grounds) Chevrolet drawers five drawers. Painted Deed Book 88 Page 295. Section cause you a permit 2.4 are as follows: '
one owner. Very good required to file Answer. 1, and Section 2, Paragraph ,
Household furnishings condition, Cash $700. Call Key, AVAILABLE: Public stenog-I drawers, oak exterior. Steel wardrobe 30 Township 8 Range 24 E. with the Clerk of this Court of Article XVI of the Clay Coun- Certificate No. 15S

atone Heights. 473-4464. %8p: rapher and Notary Public, roomy, brown. Almost new, Names in which assessed: Alfred ty Zoning Regulations, namel Year of Issuance: May 31. 1954
and to serve a thereof.
ANTIQUES Mrs. Jack Saam. Spruce St, modern revolving rocker> (foam Domin. copy to use the following describe; Description of Property: Part of

call 234-9370 between 8 & 10 rubber cushions) green. Two-in- All of said property being in upon the Plaintiff, or the' property as a Church Youth Lot 2 as Recorded In Deed
4540 Clinton Ave. & HALL NURSERYNow one beds (store one under the Plaintiffs Attorneys, whose
JONES a-nt, Mon. thru SaLItfc and for the construction
the County of Clay.. State of Camp Book No. 47 Page 535 Orange
other, Simmons mattresses two name and address is: KNIGHT
7 A Week Florida. of a Tabernacle: Park. Section 8.
Jax. S. Side Open Days I AM 50 years old, white man, covers). Bath or kitchen cabinet, KJNCAID POUCHER: & HARRIS. -: A part of the south half of

Come Out Browse Around hgt. 58" wht. 145 Ibs, brown (five shelves) 12x14 In. white. Unless such certificate or 1112 Barnett Bank Build- the northeast quarter 'of Section Name In which assessed: W. 3.

REAL ESTATE See Our Stock raying hair, blue eyes I work One aluminum step ladder like certificates shall be redeemed Ing. Jacksonville 2, Florida,' 24, Township S South, Gomel.
COLORED Have two 7 weekly. Would like to, according to law the property All of said property being in
buyers days new. 8 ft. Underwood typewriter not later than March 18. 1963 Rang 23 East, and more par-
houses in Middleburg. semi-fin HUhway: 13 South of New marry true loving girl soon, so (just cleaned) portable. $30. 2S< described In such certificate or If you fail to do so a Decree ticularly described as follows: the County Of Clay State of

r ished pay like rent house and lot. Bridge turn right at Collecov answer this one. Donald Gillian, certificates will be sold to the Pro ConfessO will be entered Begin at the northeast corner Florida.

)Ir. Raymond, 3646 Gandy, Tampa Store follow signs. RU 2, Box 261. Green Cove RKI'IBIE INcoill FOR P.IRTT PART FOR OR ADDED FULL highest bidder at the court against you for the relief demanded of the southwest quarter of the Unless such certificate, or

839-2121 collect. Feb. 2S.4p Springs, Fla. 28cjfrHH TIME WORK WE *KOI RE -LA.CATIONS court: house door on the first In the Complaint. northeast quarter, run thence certificates shall be redeemed
FOR TETER8- Monday In Month of east 93 feet to the right of way according to law the 'property
I +li+i++i++i++H 11t I n+i1-H-a I M t tit I m tIt i tit n-t1i1111 n+-t4++ n ti It. Male or female wanted for this March. This suit is to foreclose. Railroad thence
area to service route for Sylvania 1963. which 18 the 4th day of of the GS & F described in $suea certificate or
it. RC.A. tel rl ion and radio tube March 1963. mortgage. The real property along the right of way in a. certificates will be sold to the
. i AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY sold through our latest modern
direction 231
method free self-aervlre tuba test. proceeded against is: southeasterly highest bidder at the court
Dated this 5th day of Feb
and merchandising units. Will not feet to the point of beginning.thenee .
44-+++!--:-:-;.? ;44-LIH1 1 n u m n.i-; 11H-+H tH+ I n* n* Mi- n 1t11 u 1+11 4-I-lilt Interfere with your present .mplorment. -I ruary. 1963. Lot 7. Block 9. MEADOW west 1,542 feet to a court .house* door on the first
To qualifyyou must BROOK. Unit No. 2, according Monday In Month of March,
FURNITURE DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENTAMERICAN have $t.4I.SG to It.953.z0 cash George L. Carlisle to plat recorded in Plat stake, thence south 100 feet to 1983, which ii the 4th day of
available immediately for Inventory Clerk of Circuit Court of a stake, thence east 1,502 feet
and equipment. Investment Book 6. pages 12 and 13. March 1&63.
AIR BASE FURNITURE CO Clay County. Florida to a stake,thence northwestern-
eeured. Car t spare hours week17.
Dated this. 5th day of February
public records of Clay county -
Fine FurnitureCarpeting EASTERLING PHARMACY could net up to S6.oeo.et per Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963 ly along the right of way of '

Appliances, OFFICE SUPPLY CO. able year la to your start spare at Once time.This should company be Florida._____-____ the GS & F Railroad 120 feet 1969.

Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E. Jonas Jr.. Owner will extend finaicial assist "WITNESS my hand and seal to a stake at the point of be- George L Carlisle
5053 Rcosevelt Blvd. ance to fail time it desired. Do not 2VOTICB of said Court at Green Cove ginning. Clerk of Circuit Court of

Jacksonville EV .-t81( Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists in answer time and unless Ift"fully= tm.l1t.nuaUfled Income for Springs. Florida, this 8th day All parties in interest and citizens Clay County. Florida

TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office EQuip- should start Immediately. Businessset LEGAL NOTICE of February A. D.. 1963. shall Tiave an opportunityto J'tb. 7. 14. 21. 28. IDa
up for you. Selling soliciting
heard at said time and :
ment or experience .a not necessary.For As of this date. February 14. (COURT SEAL) be A Vote for
Pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries personal Interview In your
1963. I will be CARLISLE
not responsiblefor GEORGE L. place.CLAY
-I Air Stream tor Travel Complete Line of Greeting City-please Include your Phone COUNT ZONING
Number and WRITE any debts made by: anyone CLERK: OP CIRCUIT LEN SHOWALTERIs
Used Trailers-Bank Financial Cards TT. S. ELKCTROMCS: CORP. COMMISSION
6017 Roosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blanding Blvd.. *3e 1 Natural Bridie Pies other than myself. COURT JAMES E. CROWL a
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES.: DIG 2C55-57 Park St. Jacksonville easy JCATCRAI' BRIDGE John H. Blocker By Grace M. Carlisle Chairman -

EV 8-8578 Jacksonville EV: f-0711 I EV: 7-S554 pal LA.:0.t HO.XJ1-Jt..J Pet. 14. 21,* 28. Mar. 7. 1S63 Feb. 14<<. 21, 21, Mar. 7. 19U. February, Mirth 7, IttJ' Vote for Progress

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MRS.AT COFFEE STRONG HONORED I K. H. OES Has Installation I Keystone P-TA Community Church News I Keystone SocialsThe LAST FK1ED:: CALL-CHICKEN DINNKU::

MeetsThe Mrs. R N. Sunderland, General -
The Eastern Star Chapter Room stalling Grand Organist, Irma The Estrellita Club will spon-
Mrs. John Sarong, a newcomerto of the Masonic'Temple was the Williams. Past Grand Organist. Chairman of the Annual Tea sudden death of Mr. Harry Mr. and Mrs. George Brown of sor a Fried Chicken Dinner on

Keystone Heights, was the scene of a very colorful and inter-I The 1963 Officers of the Key- Feb. 21 P.T.A.meeting of the Community Churchwomen, Clemens of Park of the Palms Pittsburgh, Pa., were recent callers March 2, at the Masonic Hall

guest of honor at a Morning esting Public Installation .attended stone Chapter Order of Eastern was most interesting. Since Feb- to be' held on March 14 at 2:00 has shocked the community. Mr. at the cottage of Miss Anna from 5:30 till "' :00 p.m. Aduts:

Coffee given for her by Mrs. by many friends and visitorson Star are: Phyllis Hussey Worthy ruary is Founder's Day month, o'clock, has announced her com- Clemens was an OfficerTeacherin McCullough of White Feather donation, $1.25; Children, 75c.
February 19, 1963, in Keystone Matron; H. Edward Hussey, Worthy the theme was the history of the Community Church Sunday Court. The Browns were en routeto This includes dessert which will
Frank Ilgen and Mrs. Charles P.T.A. Two mittee chairmen as follows: Mrs.
Heights. Patron; Bertha Ward, Asso- Keystone Heights School a member of the Boardof Southern Florida on a vacation be your choice of home-made pie
Tolford at the Ilgen home tin Past Worthy Matron Beatrice ciate Matron; Leamon Ward, As- charter members, Mrs. Gertrude Joe Wildt, chairman Waitresses : Trustees, and of the Church trip. Mrs. Brown is a cousin of or cake, turned out by well known

Lake Brooklyn on Wednesday, Schroeder as assisting officer installed sociate Patron; Beatrice Schroe- Christoffers and Miss Gertrude I es; Mrs. Walter Grolick, Refresh- Choirs of both the Community Miss McCullough.Mr Estrellita Pastry Cooks. Proceeds -

Feb. 13.Guests. Phyllis Hussey as Worthy der, Past Matron, Secretary; Vera Houser had done some researchand : ments; Mrs. James Cook, Tea Church .and the First Baptist r will be for the Masonic
Du- Treasurer Edythe Nicholson the result was a rather com- Church. His widow, Irene, has and Mrs. Ben Gates and Building FU CI.
included all of the Matron for 1963; and Past Wor- Ownbey, ; Table Decorations; Guest Book,
Pont wives living in Keystone. thy Patron Ralph Crawford as Conductress; Ernestine plete account of the progress of returned to live in their family daughter, and Miss Kitty Fuller,

Mr; Ilgen and Mrs. Tolford hada assisting officer, installed H. Ed- Eisenacher, Past Matron Chap- the organization. Mrs. Charles Titus; Publicity, home in Gloversville, N. Y. Interment all of Springboro, Pa., were recent On March 2.::, the Woman's

delicious assortment of cakes ward Hussey as Worthy Patron lain; Gloria Murrhee, Marshall; President Max Mooneyham call- Mrs. Francis P. Egan; Reservations took place there. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Club will sponsor the Coke Standat

and rolls to enjoy with coffee for 1963. Past Star Point Adah,I. Evelyn Puckett, Organist; Miriam ed the meeting to order and the Mrs. Barry Wyman. A Donald Lawrence on Lake Brook- the Annual Meeting of the Clay

while getting acquainted with Jean Klinepeter personally pre- Mingledorff, Adah; Irene Williams Boy Scouts of Troop 105 presented Musical Program is being ar- Community Church Friends of lyn. Mr. Gates is Mrs. Lawrence's Electric. Benefit of the Building
sented the Matron Ruth; Verdell Haynor, the Colors and led the Flag I brother.Mr. Fund.
Mrs. Strong. new Worthy ranged by Mrs. Frank Ilgen, Mrs. Bernard Slocomb are Happyto
Esther; Paddie Gilrie, Martha; Salute. Invocation was asked by
The Strongs were transferredfrom her gavel. hear she is recovering from
Bill Beam. Minutes of the Janu- Chairman, and First Vice President Bill Whitesides from Gas- ,
Baltimore in January. They Musical numbers were sung by Estha Stringer, Electa; Sara Mc- surgery at the Bradford County On March 29, an AH Day Area
have bought the house formerly Mrs. Mary LaRue, accompainedby Donald, Warder; and I. Carl ary meeting were read and approved Hospital. :Mr. and Mrs. Slocombwere tonia, N. C., a former Keystoner, Meeting of the Florida Fellow-
belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Janet Lamm. Her selec- Stringer, Sentinel. and the secretary reporteda I Since this is to be a Seated winter visitors from Fitch- spent several days in Keystonelast ship of Community Church Women
balance of with bills ; Tea Reservations should be madeas the of Mr. and
$865.87, week as guest Churches will
of Community
Pawlikowski. tions, "He," and "I Believe" wereso Ernestine Eisenacher, Past burg, Mass, at the Holiday Beach
soon as possible to Mrs. Barry Mrs. Fred Dodd and family. He be held in Keystone, 10:00 a-ni.
appropriate.Guest Matron presented to Phyllis Hus- paid.Pres. Apartments, and last year they
sey, Worthy Matron, the Edward Mooneyham announced a Wyman, Phone 4734956. purchased the Fred Wells property enjoyed visiting old friends. From till 2:00 p.m. Luncheon will be
A Vote for Installing Grand Officers "Larson" Jewel and J. Azzie, Williams Clay County Council Meeting on World Day of Prayer, March on Highway 21. They moved Keystone, he went on to Tampato I, prepared by the Keystone Com
were Verna Brice, Past Grand- Past Patron, presented the Feb. 27 in the Jv.H.S. Library, 1, will be at 7:30 in the Community -. here last October. visit his daughter Glenda and munity Church Women.On .
LEN SHOWALTERIs Matron; Vincent Brice, assisting Edward "Larson" Jewel to Ed- at 10:00 a.m. He also announcedthe Church with Rev. J. R. Smithof her new husband, Mr. and Mrs.

Installing Grand Patron; Install- Patron. fact that the P.T.A. will be First Baptist Church, Rev. Greer Woods. March 30, the Local Talent
ing Grand Chaplain, Louise Lati- ward Hussey, Worthy Edward Bleha, owner and Pro-
in charge of the Baked Goods William Worstall of St Anne's Old Time Vaudeville Show under
Past Matron's Jewel was presented -
a of White Feather Court
mer Past Matron; 'Installing Eisenacher Stand at the Annual Clay Elect- Episcopal, and Rev. A. C. Holt prieter Mr. Albert Bachmann is in Fort the direction of JJoe and Rose-
Ernestine by
Grand Marshall, Mary Laura to ric Meeting. Feb. 28. Mrs. Fred of the Community Church join- is visiting with his daughter Indiana business. He
Wayne, on mary Daurer will be held at the
Patron. PastPatron's
Cogdill Past
Vote for Wayne Carol and in Orlando.
Progress Johnson, Grand Treasurer; In- Dodd will be Chairman. She asks ing with the members of these family will be there for some time. He Bradford County High School
I Jewel was presented to Carol's husband Oather
j'. Azzie Williams by his wife, that every one bake as much as churches in this Annual Inter- has been transferred, by the Queen Air, is anxious to get back to Key- Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. Tickets

Irene Williams. Past Electa. 1963 they can, as everything can be national Day of Prayer. Force to Minot. Korth Dakota. stone to "thaw out." will be $1.00. Ticket Chairmanwill
sold. Mooneyham displayed the Mrs. Raymond Starnes is Gen be Mrs. Leo LeBlanc.
APPRAISALS Officers presented Phyllis Hussey The to leave for
trophy won by the K.H.S. Girls'Basket eral Chairman. Leaders of the I Mr. and Mrs James Devaney
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDA"Sri i with a lovely white Jacket. Ball team. _The girls were Program are Mrs J. R. Smith, the new assignment on March 21. from Jersey City, N. J., arrived --

I, A reception was held in the ,runners-up in the tournament last of the First Baptist Church; Mrs. last Friday to spend the weekend -
Banquet Hall, where refreshmentswere week. This is the first trophywon Richard Murrhee, of St. Anne's; :Mrs. Ruth Johnson of Youngs- with Mr. Devaney's aunt and PHOTOS BY KOZA

served by Hostesses Chair- by any team in our school and Mrs. Michael Redfearn, of town, Ohio, a winter resident of uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Brune
man Ronnie Hardenbergh, Lois since we started our High Schoolin the Community Church. Mrs E. White Feather Court, left on of Keystone Club Estates. They The Hilltop Photo Studio

I! Walker, Gertrude Houser, Bar- 1959. A. Rushton is in charge of Ushers, Monday to visit with friends and were enroute to the Mardi\ Gras We will cover your
bara Southwell, and Kitty Mc- Mr. Mooneyham introducedMrs. and Mr. Ralph Copeland, Minis- relatives in West Palm Beach. in New Orleans.

Glave. Walter Andrewsen who ex- ter of Music, will be at the organ. She will be back at White Feather Photographic needs for

The March 5 meeting of East- plained that Mrs. Christoffers was Monday, March 4, at 7:30 p.m., next week. LEGAL NOTICENOTICE Portraits, Weddings, Church
ern Star Chapter 279 will be held i unable to attend the meeting be- the Women of the Community

C. J. "Pete" O'Connor P.O. Box 227 Phone '473-4297' in Chapter Rooms at 8 o'clock.! cause of illness, but she had asked Church will hold their monthly Mrs. Norman Thompson, SrM Social and FraternalAnd

Hostesses for the March Meet- Mrs. Andrewsen to read the account Joint-Circle Meeting under the who is vacationing at the White All Other Occasions
ing will be Evelyn Puckett, Amy she had written. Mrs. Chris- direction of Mrs. Frank Ilgen, Feather Court has been spendingsome To whom it may concern: I

Muhlhofer, Bonnie Jones, Lillian toffers reported that the organi- Program Chairman, who has arranged time with friends at Pompano will not be responsible for any For Appointment Call

Ennis, and Bernice Young.WOMAN'S ational meeting had been heldat a very interesting program Beach, Florida. bills contracted by my wife on GENE KOZA
her home at which time offic- based on "The World Today." 'or after this date February 7,

{: Old House {: CLUB MAKES ers were elected. The first Presi- Trustees of the Community Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scriptureare 1963.
JtThis Js BY-LAW CHANGES dent was the late Mrs. Bill ("C. Church will meet Monday even living on Lake Brooklyn now. /Herman R. Ploucher 2849268GREEN

D.") Whitesides, whom Mrs. ing, March 4, with Chairman Prior to moving to Keystone, Rev. 1464 KIngsley Avenue

The Keystone Woman's Club derful president and a hard work- Frank Ilgen presiding. Scripture, a retired Minister, and Orange Park. Florida COVE SPRINGS

held both its Executive Board Christoffers described as "a won- i his wife lived in Homestead. Feb. 7, 14. 21. 28. 1963

Have you ever noticed the older houses are Meeting and the Monthly Business I er." Mrs. Christoffers describedthe I

Meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 12, at conditions at our School in ..
in the prettier locations? Roomier too! 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. respectively.The those days. All outside doors

AVe have some that are Real Bargains.See agenda of the Executive opened inward-a fire hazard-
Meeting was to formulate several and there were no screens or
in the window shades. An iron stove in
Us for your Real Estate Needs legislative changes By- each of the four classrooms was
Laws. These
were presented as
recommendations at the business the only means of heating the it\\

S. E. McKAYKeystone meeting for membership informa- rooms. Cloak rooms were filled : LIVELY NEWS

tion and action. with firewood and "the bugs ..
crawled in and the bugs crawledout. 'I

Heights Phone 473-4816 President, Mrs. Julius Hanson, ." School lunches for five
announced two appointments to
days cost 25c, or 5c a day. The FALCON GOES
the Nominating Committee: Mrs.
children brought their own dishes
Harold Sutton Chairman, and
and silver and cups and ate on
Mrs. A. F. Crosby. The member-
their desks. What was lacking
ship elected Mrs. Bert Christof-
: in physical comforts was made up
fens, Sr., Mrs. Leo LeBlanc, and
Pretty As A Picture Mrs. Olive Stevens. This Com- in good instruction. Mrs. Chris- V-8 !
toffers cited two dedicated teachers -
mittee will announce the slate at
namely Miss May Kennedyand
the business meeting March 12.
Miss Gertrude Houser.
Election will take place April 9. .
Mrs. Huntley Redfearn, Sr., the
Nominations from the floor may Choose from 16 models!
second president of P.T.A. was *'// NIT ,
be made if the candidate has been Ma
on hand, and she said that when .':Xft .i Now you can get America's favorite
contacted and agreed to run.
she assumed office, there was compact-teamed with a lively new
And here is a piece of good $7.00 in the Treasury. She gavean / b V-8. Choose from sixteen models-
news: Plans are in the making interesting account the = '.
on r i x sedans,hardtops,convertibles,wagons
iI r for a repeat performance of the strides made that year to im- y exciting new Falcon Sprints-add V-S.
Variety Show under the directionof the school. M '
prove -and learn just how much fun driving -
& Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daurer of Miss Houser recounted some of -- .", ,Irr.'r = can be.
Melrose. The tentative date '>l the History from there, and referred -
V 8 Falcon made
.-- -rrf ,II r powered Sprints a
March 29 has been set. Project to book compiledby "' w =
a scrap I''
: = ;: = dramatic debut in Europe-sweeping
Chairman Mrs. Herbert Nelson
Mrs. George Schaeffer during '
= i their class in the gruelling 2r500-mile
'- and Mrs. Elva Scott will announre her term of office. She named the .%I a Monte Carlo Raliye.

the completed arrangements in down through the years, and -- tNtilr
:. the near future. There will be those who were present took a //performance t
: new acts, and a few changes, that
should behoove to bow.Mr. // W* livelv new Falcon V-8 today!
everyone see Hooneyham announced a r
it again! *Y-> engine is standard in Falcon Senate optional in'
Veternarian Clinic be held
\ ... to 1 ,
: i other Falcons rndtxhng station wagons. Net available n
At the Annual Meeting of the here soon, and advised people to 0'' :" Falcon Station Bus and Club Wales.
Clay Electric Co-op, the "Woman's bring their pets to have them ;' ; America's Dvelxtt. most cere-free casa I

Club will man the Coke Stand, innoculated against rabies, due V "l M

with Mrs. A. F. Crosby as Chair- to the alarming rash of rabies \ : :
man. among wild animals.

a Florida lake, framed by spreading trees and forest Remember to play the Woman's The 8th Grade won the room _
green. Have fun ia Florida's outdoors, but take care! Club Sponsored Duplicate Bridgeat count Ftfcan T*'>*' Fad n'vdabFd
the Masonic Hall on Monday Benediction was given by Mr.
Florida woodlands and forests provide employment for 5.
I: evenings. Contact Chairman Bee E. C. Cuendit.
more than 50,000 persons. Cooper, or Director of Play, Louis Mrs. Bill Scales had baked a

When woods fire strikes? Kuyle, or Treasurer Lucille Davie. beautiful P.T.A. Birthday cake
The Garden Division of the with an appropriate inscription,
All Floridians share in the tragic loss which comes when Woman's Club under the direc- and everyone enjoyed coffee and

forests are hit by costly and dangerous wildfire. Duringthe tion of Mrs. Sarah McDonald cake after the meeting.

first six months of 1962 celebrated Arbor Day by plantingfour
an average acres, CAP CHANGESMEETING i irpy
oleander trees on the site
daily, were swept by forest fire in Florida. of the new Woman's Club-house. TIME

Wildlife is harassed. Human lives are endangered and Appreciation is extended the Boy The Civil Air Patrol Squadronhas
Scouts of Troop 105 who assistedthe changed its meeting time
traffic snarled in the'blind hazard of dense smoke hangingover committee so ably. Visitors from Monday evening? to Sun-

highways and thoroughfares.Guard making the trek to the site on day afternoon from 2:30 till 4:30,

Feb. 13 were amazed at the transformation at the CLA.P. Headquarters at

created in the clearingof the Keystone Airportformerlythe
Your Forest Treasure. the lot. Several club membersand "SkyteL" This is for both

It Pays To Be Careful With Fire time a on few the husbands lot tying spent identification a goodly- Cadets. M.CO.V fUTMA HMUtQf+

tags to trees and shrubs to
be retained. Arrangements are Murrhee

BACKING THE PROGRESS OF CLAY COUNTY also completed for widening the Insurance AgencyCARRY
road. Interested
persons may visit rot to plus: TXT YUOl or
TilE the site by turning in at the ttnwau raowcis

Tullis sign on Rte. 21, and driv- @;d

ing a block. ADEQUATE raFw txrra.Ff
The Club is grateful to Mrs. INSURANCE

.. Ray Chance for having presented
HEIGHTS, FLORIDA them a sign saying "Future homeof

the Keystone Heights Woman's J. P. REVELS FORD COMPANY

Handcrafts will be the themeof Agent

COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE. the March 26 Luncheon Meet- Phone 473-4788

ing. Mrs. J.* R. Snith is Chair- Keystone Heights, Florida 601 N. Orange Ave. -Ph. 284-3023 Green Cove Springs Ph.2849779CO46511tr
Member FDIO man.


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