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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: March 7, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 37; NO. 10 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1963 10 CENTS PER COPY

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While America Clay County's Semi-Finalists

Slept; The USSR The Committee Of 100

k Built CubaOn


the same day (Oct. 14, 1962)

capability graphing that American evidence in U-2's Cuba of,were the McGeorge nuclear photo- Hears Praise Of C of C


Bundy, special assistant to the

President for National Security

Affairs,was delivering a "blanket .. From Two
LegislatorsSenator
s exoneration" of the Russian mili- (

tary buildup on an afternoon tele- -

GREEN COVERS AWAIT FINAL TALLY vision program. -

This was discussed last week by Edwin Fraser and

James Daniel and John C. Hubbell Representative Sam Saunders,

Z authors of an article, "While A- who were invited to be guest

GCS Commission merica Slept"-the complete storyof T.. : fa speakers at the meeting of the
the Cuban Crisis-in the March Committee of 100 last Friday

Reader's Ligest, which is on saleon evening paid high tribute to the
the newsstands this week. Clay County Chamber of Commerce -

Incumbents Reelected "Everything that has been delivered iIItIi

in Cuba," the authors quote In their speeches both Senator 11A :
Fraser and Mr. Saunders
sup- :
Bundy as stating on the TV show,
ported the bid of the City of
:Mayor Allie T. Ivey and Commissioner :Maclin: J. Har- "falls within the categories of aid Green Cove Springs to purchasethe

ris were re-elected to the Green Cove city commission which .the Soviet Union has provided abandoned Naval Base. I

Tuesday when approximately one half of those eligible to for example, to neutral During the business meetingthe

vote went to the polls. states" like Egypt or Indonesia Sandra Underwood, Clay County's Miss Smile, was notified this articles of incorporation were

--.y. Of a total of 854 votes cast, 16 week by Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., Chairman of the Florida Council read and approved, they were to

Clay County PHN were thrown out because they The President's special assist- of 100 that she was a semi-finalist in the State wide contest. be sent to the office of the Sec-

were improperly marked. Approximately ant added: Miss Underwood was submitted to the judges by THE CRESCENTMrs. retary of State for the issuanceof
Holds Annual MeetThe
1600 voters had registered "That is not going to turn an a charter.

Fifth Annual Meeting of for the election according island of six million people, with There were less than 100 peo-

the Clay County Public Health to Green Cove city officials. five or six thousand Soviet techni- ple who attended this meetingand _____

Nursing Advisory Council was Mayor Ivey was opposed by cians and specialists, into a major am g them was a represent- rhoto by C.'ne Ioaa
held on February 19, 1963, at William F. Hicks. The vote for threat to the United States." ative group of the Chamber of
8:00 p.m. in the Conference Roomof Up to that day, say the authors
509 while Mr. Hicks Commerce.
the Clay Electric Corporationat Ivey polled was 319 votes.; "such was the relaxed attitudeof Following the speeches of the Sen. Edwin Fraser Rep. S. D. Saunders
Keystone Heights, Fla. Mrs.
native of the highest administration cir- Mr. Scarbrough spoke,
Clark called Mr. Harris a Clay guests,
president, the meet- cles that Sunday afternoon pro for and said he felt
County and veteran Green Cove calling unity
ing to order and welcomed
guests
Band AssociationHas
OP
Though voices of warning had that the Florida Development
and members. She thanked the political figure, was opposed by
committees for work of the plan- Commander Lenard Showalterand been raised since early 1962, the Authority should be called uponto

ning of the meeting, the Keystone Donald Fisher. Harris polled authors claim they had been "tra- help put industry into the
Naval Base. He stated that Annual Mardi GrasMiddleburg's
Even
gically ignored. though ,
Heights members who were 515 votes. Commander Showalter
thousands of words (in intelli- there was a prospect for the now
hostesses; Clay Electric Coop for polled 215 and Mr. Fisher 85.
facilities and who gence reports, memoranda, public vacant Burlington Mill. and that
everyone helped Park Or.
Frisbee Motors
Elkhart Indiana Judy ing. Orange
recently an ,
with the exhibits and bringingthe pronouncements, newspaper and
the Park Park Motors Orange Park
sponsored by Orange ange
who had
based plannedto
Mobile Unit to Keystone.Rev. Anti-Rabies ClinicFinal magazine articles, on radio and company
Ambulance
f come to Green Cove to look Boat Club, was crowned Queenof Pharmacy, Civil Defense
Grady Williams gave the television) had poured forth cul- the prospect of moving to Mardi Gras, and Morris Wea- Police and Fire Departments
invocation. Mr. Heney Robinson, arrangements have been minating in news that nuclear- over
Jim
Berle Furniture
the Junior ,
far Jack ver, sponsored by ,
Clay County got as as
vice president, introduced the following completed for the annual Anti- tipped missies were being set up sonville. They, however, went Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders, Reid's Garage, Sinclair and Clay

guests: Admiral Chaun- Rabies Clinic to be conducted optimism that this was not so elsewhere in Florida to look for was crowned King of Mardi Gras Oil, and Sammy Nelson in his

cey Moore, Campaign Chairman throughout Cluy County. persisted. industrial prospects. last Saturday evening at the second miniature car.

Heart Mrs. Association Clay President County; The Clinics will open Saturday How the build-up was accomp- Upon adjournment, the Execu-i annual :Mardi Gras Ball of At the Ball, chairmen Mr. and
Gladys Phillips, ,
morning 9:00-12:00 noon, March lished just 90 miles from Ameri-
Clay Memorial Hospital Auxili- tive Board of the committee met. the Band Association of Orange Mrs Larry Crutchfield awarded
30th at the City Play Ground in ca's shores and who was to Park High. 27 costume and door prn s. Costume -
ary; Miss Lybeck, Nutrition Consultant after- Walter "Doris" Lucas who is being in the Mrs.
Florida State Board of keystone Heights. The blame for the miscalculationsis sponsored Mrs. Shirley Murphy and John prize winners included a
Health; Mrs. H. B. Hamilton, noon of Saturday, March 30th, traced by the authors in their America contest by the Jr. Woman's Club of Green Cove Springshas County Home Dem. Nelson were crowned Queen and "Mau-Mau" who said he was

Council Member Bradford Coun- from 2:00 to 4:00 in Green Cove article.It been advised that she is one of 20 semi-finalists in this con King of Mirth for 1963. The Clayton Clark, a gigantic circus

ty; Mrs. Arlin McKnight, Super- Springs, back of the Health De- begins with an early August test, from the entire state. Prograr.nPlanned "royalty" were crowned by the fat man who was to remain a

vising Nurse, Bradford County; partment Buliding, Court House. report from CIA Director John (Photos by Koza). reigning monarchs for 1962: mystery all evening a typical

Mr. Ray Chance, Director Civil Annex on Ferris Street. On Saturday McCone, warning the Administration --- Consumer Buying and Food and Karen Townsend and Eric Han- "Mammy", artificially darkened,
Defense, Clay County; Mrs. Ellen April 16th, from 9:00 to ,that the Kremlin might place Nutrition will be the major and sen, Queen and King of Mardi who said be was Robert Sinclair,

Smith, Physical Therapist, 12:00 A. M., Green Cove Springsat offensive missiles in Cuba; and MHC Has 36 Golden minor emphis for the Clay Gras, and Mrs. Sherry Reid Hal- Hawaiians Linda and Guy Odum
part-time, Clay County; Dr. the above named place. The! details the step-by-step action in County Home Demonstration Program ford and C. F. Holmes, Queen and Sandy Sandridge, and Mar

Miles, Pediatrician, State Boardof Middleburg Clinic will be held at Washington up to the crucial day for the coming year. Spec and King of Mirth. gery Moss and Geri Morris in

Health; Mr. M. J. Kirby, Pres- the Health Center, the afternoonof -October 22, 1962, when Presi- Wedding ial events will include a Meat In- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reid, chair- exotic costumes.
Anniversary
ident, Suwannee County Advis- April 6th from 1:00 to 2:00P. dent Kennedy addressed the nation formation School conducted by Dr. men of Kings and Queens, an- Prizes were donated by the following -

ory Council Member; Mrs. Julia M. The Doctor will stay longerif on Cuba. Robert L. Reddish, Associate nounce that the other contest- merchants: Orange Park
Leigh, Suwannee County Advis- necessary. The final clinic will The article discusses the photo- The Memorial Home Community mother's wedding dress back in Meats Specialist of the Universityof ants, in order of their place- Pharmacy, Jean Jowers, O. B.

ory Council Member; Priscilla be held Saturday, April 13th, 9:00 graphy gap which occurred for 36th Golden Wedding Anni- 1883, also the orange blossomsin Florida. This event is scheduled ment, were: (for :Mardi Gras Nail Hardware, Red Greene's
McLean and Beverly Nelson, Pub- her hair were also in hermother's for late Queen) first Garage, R &: J Barbecue, Orange
to 1200: A. M. at the City Hall 11 perilous days when the White versary Celebration was held in September.Other runner-up, Cindy &
lic Health Nurses Suwannee Co. Park Cleaners Kibby : Raymond's
,
veil in
wedding 1883. Addison, sponsored by Jim Reid'sGarage
House told "weather will inc:1ude-
in Park. ,
Orange newsmen
the Memorial programs
Church
Penney on Salon Jim Reid'sGarage
Mr. Nail, with apologies for Their bridesmaid Mrs. Mil- Beauty ,
leaving his typewritten report at The Clinics this year will be ; intervened-Hurricane Ella delayed Friday, March 1st, 1963, at 7:30 ton D. Pratt. was Selections In Buying, Stretchingthe ; and Arlene Pure Oswald Oil, Station Miller'sVariety Frank's Shoe Repair,
conducted by Dr. Douglas McKee, the flights for a week, and thena Food Dollar, Are You a Good ; Jackson'sGift
home, gave an extemporaneous p.m. It was a colorful and long Mr. and Mrs. A. Selden Bar- Diane Weatherford, Orange Park Miller's Variety, Mary
who is practicing in Clay cloud cover blocked high-level Consumer? Fashion and Fabrics,
financial report using rounded now to-be remembered occasion. rows and Mr. and Mrs. ClarenceA. Lions Club; and Pat Love, Or- i Shop, Cotney Tire Service,
amounts of monies spent duringthe County. surveillance." The authors checked Twenty-five couples, married for G. Pease, both couples m.r- Nutritional Lunches, Fun Snacks ange Park Promenaders for Kayo Service Station, Huntley

year that the total bore out The price of the services will be the weather records for the 50 years or longer, all membersof ried 50 years ago this year, renewed for Health, Hidden Calories that Mardi Gras King) first runnerup ; Bros. Grocery, Wiford's Grocery,

in the 1962 report that each pres- two dollars per animal inoculated.This period and disclose their findings.The the Memorial Home Commu- their vows before the of. Tip the Scales, as well as Pre- Jack Boniface, sponsored by Orange Park Barber Shop, Clay

ent had received. covers the dated tag, certifi- article, which is a 40-page nity family, were listed on the ficiating minister, Rev. CharlesG. paring Ahead for Holiday Meals. the. J. V. Football Cheerleaders, County Pharmacy, and the Sun

Mrs. Clark reported on the cate of inoculation and the admin- condensation of a soon-to-be pub- program of the evening. Nine- Cole. Those attending the planning and Buck Weaver, the Varsity oco, Shell Pure Oil, and Gulf

Loan. Closet and the closet now i tration of the serum. lished book: "While America teen of these couples marthed in An outstanding musical pro- meeting were: Mrs. Lou Lafair, Football and Basketball Cheerleaders Service Stations.

has 5 hospital beds, 6 wheel The Health Department is very Slept outlines in detail the mili- the Processional-the other six gram was arranged for the oc Mrs. Barbara Smith, and Mrs. .

chairs, 2 walkers, 2 commode anxious that all pet owners take tary action which the United couples were prevented from do- casion by Mrs. Ralph W. Nelson Shirley Neff of the MeadowbrookClub Mrs. Dot Sandridge, sponsoredby
chairs and numerous other bed low States took the week before ing so through illness. Each couple The Rev. Thaxton
side items. Addition to advantage of this cost con- on chairman of the committeeon ; Mrs. Maybelle Mannine, and the Women's Club of Orange .
care venient service it is broughtto October 22 1962, so when Presi- in the Procession was pre- Included
as arrangements. the
were Mrs. Minnie Lou Clark of Park, was first runner-up for
is almost since
building a reality various communities.The dent Kennedy spoke he spoke ceded by a bridesmaid. Two small solos by Mrs.' Ono B. Springfield To
work is nearly complete.Mrs. the organ Middleburg Club; Mrs. Maple Queen of Mirth, and she was followed -
paper daughters Brenda, 6, and Kathy,
Health Departments' con- from a position of "awesome Coons: flute solo by Mrs. Bar-
Hager, Volunteer Service Edwards and Mrs. Sybil Farmerof by Mrs. Dot Gammage and
5 Rev. and Mrs. Edward Sum-
of Conduct Services HereThe
,
Chairman reported on materialsand cern in this matter is based on strength. merfill of Black Creek Baptist bara Holt of Jacksonville accom- the Virginia Village Club; Mrs. Dianne Drawdy, sponsored by the
equipment donated to supply the fact that the State Board of panied on the organ by Mrs. Geneva Chab and Mrs. Virginia Bank of Orange Park. Mrs. Mur-
in
Health reports show that as of Church, beautifully gowned Coons; several numbers by Mr. phy and Mrs. Gammage were Rev. Thaxton Springfield,
Loan Closet and outfitting the satin dresses and witha Dryden of Keystone Heights Club;
Fleming Island long pink Edward Doe, bass, of Jacksonville sponsored the former minister of ...a Green
Mobile Unit. She named organi- this date we have had 19 cases band of pink roses in their Mrs. Mable Fast of Penney Farms by merchants of
zations that were contacted and of Rabies in the North Central Sells For $6,050 dark hair led the Procession accompanied by Mr. Jona- and Mrs. Thelma Kirkland of the I' Orange Park as were all the Cove Methodist Cha-"'i, w1:: con-
who helped, and knows that Counties, while as of this time down the center aisle. than Bowers on the piano; violin Green Cove Springs Club. contestants for King of Mirth, duct a series of services here beginning -

others will help if contacted when last year there had only been 9 8.26 acres .of Governmentowned Mr. and Mrs. William A. Will- accompanied solos by Mrs.by Frederick Mrs. Thomas Andres S., including Buck Murphy and Bob
needs arise. Several organizations in the entire state. Grammage.
cases in son formerly Superintendent of
land and improvements Cleaver the *
The MHC
on piano.
have volunteered to help for this CLAY COUNTY 4HDEMONSTRATION The Ball climaxed
The seriousness in which the Memorial Home Communityand a day-long
Florida have been sold. The land, Women's Chorus of about 20
the coming year to make bandages State DAY celebration, starting with a
held the
matter is being by identified as the Flemings Island now of Green Cove'Springs, voices, under the direction of pa-

Mrs.and C.pads.L. Geiger, Personnel Board of Health is shown by the Fan Marker and Beacon Site, is having been married 63 years, Mrs. James Wagner, sang 111 Clay County 4-H Girls held rade the most of 34 beautiful entries. The float ribbon went for to

i Chairman, introduced the staff of fact that Public Health Person located approximately 16 miles were the first couple to go bridesmaid down Walk Beside You" by Alan Mur their Annual Demonstration Dayon the: Collins Road Community

Public Health Nurses of Clay nel of the 15 North Eastern south of Jacksonville, 3 miles the center aisle with their Saturday, March 2, at the Center, which depicted a garden
Dr. ray.In
Counties are being called to a' Miss Edna Burkhart. spite of inclement weather, Extension Auditorium. 4-H girls
County, stating that Clay Countyis south of Orange Park, and 10 with lovely Southern Belles seat-
and Mrs. George P. Howard, retired -
a field training center for Public meeting March 8th, in the State miles north of Green Cove the Penney Memorial Churchwas representing clubs from all areas ed under flowering trees and

Health Nurses. At present Board of Health, Jacksonville, Springs. It is improved by two missionaries from South filled, some of the guests of theo county gave demonstra- shrubs. The award for most original -
Mrs. Sarah Musgrove of Marion Fla., by Dr. W. Winkler, D.V. small: structures.The America, had their granddaughter coming from Green Cove Springs tions individually or in teams of went to the Orange Park

County and :Mrs. Toi Reed of Jefferson M.-S. A., Vetinary Officer, to discuss property was sold to the from Argentina and for their Mrs. Keystone Heights, Jacksonville, two.The Promenaders float, which con-

County are training. Mrs. ways and means' to combat highest bidder by sealed bids bridesmaid. Rev.had Mrs. Cole's Alabama, Virginia, New Eng- meeting was opened by sisted of costumed square danc-

Elizabeth Smith, Secretary; :Mrs. this outbreak. opened on February 21, 1963, in sister Charles from G. Cole Virginia, Mrs. FrankM. land, Ohio, Argentina, and 'other Rhonda Lowe Girls' 4-H Vice- ers seated on bales of hay undera

*Audrey Peters, Mrs. Janice Batts, It is hoped that every owner ofa Atlanta Georgia by the General Schertz for bridesmaid. Mr. places. President. Those participating in gay patio umbrella. The most
Miss Fannie Dewar, Miss Doro- warm-blooded pet will give it Services Administration.The the Saturday's event were: Patsy orig'nal entry was John Nelson's
Herbert Myers again wore
thy Murch, Public Health Nurses the protection made possible by successful bidder was Mr. full dress D.suit in which he was 84th ANNIVERSARYOF Paterson, Cheryl Knowles Nan- Model T Ford "Futile", can-ring
and Mrs. Mertie LeClaire, Supervising ST. MARTS CHURCHThe Knowles Lillian Knowles
these services. Marston M. Jordan 4006 Bland- married 52 years ago, without cy I'the mascot of the Orange Park
Nurse. the Nancy Novak, Sham Barris, Junior Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders -
84th anniversary of
Jacksonville Flori On Mrs.
j Boulevard alterations. Myers'dress
ing ,
Mrs. LeClaire, gave her report any 'Barrie Joyce Henderson Debra in uniform.
,
first service held in St. :Mary'sChurch
her
da. The sold for $6,050. lace worn on
and expressed her appreciation to ParentFacultyBasketball 4 property was will be kept this Sunday. Hyatt, Rhonda Lowe, Wanda Two clowns entertained along a

the Council by presenting a cor- The history of the parish shows Hollingsworth Norene Elliot, the line of march: Alethea
Talent Show Guests
sage to Mrs. Clark, president.Mrs. GameThe that the first service in St. Gale Warner, Kathy Murdough, Crutchfield and Charles Perlick,
LeClaire used 4 map of Clay Mary's was held on March 10, Debbie Hamel, Lynda Kenney, who was sponsored by Miller's Von Sunday and going
County with shaded areas to des- seas &1.. outstanding bas- 1879. Kathy Knowles, Rosemary Small, Variety Store. The award for through 'Th rsday. Mr Springfield -

ignate districts assigned to each ketball gam ,which was cancelledfor In 1878 Bishop Young of the Janice Bell, Wendy Widks Chris- most comical went to Clown Per- is now minister-director of)

nurse. Also informative graphs March 2. will be played Friday r Diocese of Florida asked Mr. tine Banta, Pamela McBride, lick, who threw out bubblegum the University Methodist (-hurchand

showing yearly totals of admis- night, March 8, at 7:30 in Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia,I Nancy Bain, Nancy Ison, Valerie along the way. Wesley) Foundation at Gaines
sions, visits and paid visits for the Clay High gym. Admissionwill Pa., and Mr. John Tyng Adams Veselka, Janet Veselka, Carol Terina Crutchfield won the ville.] He also serves as directorof

the past five years. The year be 15c for students and 25c a of Boston Mass. to raise money Spearman, Janet Spearman, Syl- award for best decorated horse Methodist student work at the

1962 an average of 76.8 per cent for adults. Come out and yell for among the northern visitors in via Lynch, Nancy Hes bchwerdt in[ the riding club group. The University of Florida.

paid some fee and this is 12.64per Mom and Dad AND the Faculty! Green Cove Springs and Magnolia Vickie Kettrell, Cheryl Woods, award for prettiest decorated bicycle Serricea to be conducted by Mr
increase Mrs.
cent over 1961. to erect a Church in Green Dora Peavy, Cathy Saunders, went to Sharon Johns, aDd Springfield are scheduled to beheld
then described several
LeClaire Shelia Driggers and Dianne Pat- Jo Dean Card wo nthe most original -
The fund
patients and services and resultsof Cove Springs. raisingwas at 7:80 o'clock. Sunday,
their visits. Elaborated on the CLAY HI BAND TO so successful and so many terson. bicycle award. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
reduced hospital confinement be- PARADE IN ST. AUGUSTINEMrs. memorials promised that Bishop Each girl who demonstrated The parade was led by a Color Thursday evening.
Young immediately ordered the was presented with an achievement Guard of Boy Scouts from Or-
Mr. did his under-
cause of the visiting service Springfield
Nell band director
Lou Medley -
,
will 24 and the Or-
available.Dr. church built and the first serv- certificate. This event ange Park Troop graduate work at Emory University -
announces that the Clay ice in the new church was heldon be followed by a District Demonstration ange Park High School Marching -
.
Stephens President Clay and awarded the degreeof
4 was
invited
School band has been
High March 15. Band. Other entries included
March 10. 1879 with the Rev. Day on
County Medical Society, who installed bachelor of Divinity at the
the incoming officers. to participate in the parade Dr. Aspinwall of New York City This will include Nassau Duval, the City Commissioners, Orange Candler School of in
Theology
which will take place on Monday, St. Boat Club Moosehaven,
Mrs. Shelton Clark, Middleburg, officiating.For Baker, Bradford, Putnam Park ,
March 11th in connection with St. Mary's was Johns and Clay counties. Girls Orange Park High Jtfnior Band, 1M0. He nee done postgraduatework
many years
Mrs. Charles
president; Hager,
at the of Florida
University
Drs. Inlet, vice president Mrs. the St. Augustine Restoration open for services only during the over 14 who have already par- the Orange Park High Football
;
sad at Boston and Yale uni-
Daniel Pater program. winter months when the northern ticipated in their individual county Team (Rainbow Bowl Champs)
secretary, Keystone Mrs.Heightsrecording R. F., Lyndon Johnson, Vice Presidentof Charles Noble and Mike Offley will be special guests at the visitors were in the city and at day will be eligible. From this on Huntley Brothers' truck, two versftfes. Darin? World War II

Milberger, Green Cove; Springs, the United States and Farris Talent Show which is to be sponsored by the Junior Woman's MagnoHa. However, since 1926 event, girls will be chosen to Cotney Tire Service motorized he served' as a chaplain in the

corresponding secretary; Mr. O. Bryant, Governor of Florida, will Club on March 15 in the Junior High School Auditorium at 8 regular services have been main- demonstrate at State Girls'. 4-H golf carts carrying king aad Pacific under Admiral William

B. Nall, Orange Park, treasurer. be present at this occasion. o'clock, (Photos-by KozaO tained ia-the church. Short Coun*.m .June. queen contestants, Herzer Plumb. F. a1HT.






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"I hold the maxim no less applicable to publio. Reporter: MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND let '

than to private affair, that honesty Is always the A few days ago we were sur- these services. are young In. years, they can be (, : r Y, ; '

) best Policy." pnsed to have as visitors Sue old in the work, but still cot too 4
GEORGE WASHINGTON Carter and Mattie Mosley from The W.M.U. of the Long old in the normal span of life. ( ;

Jacksonville. These young ladies Branch church meets Wednesday Jim started preaching when he

THE LENTEN SEASON are distant cousins of my children mornings at 10 o'clock. Most was just 19 years of age, so '
The following suggestions for the Lenten season are reprintedon their fathers side of the women say they can not find time perhaps some have heard him ,

from the "Forward Movement Publications, Cincinnati, Ohio: family. Of course we were pleas- to attend these services when held preach more than 45 years and z ,

GIVE UPS for ADULTS 'ed to see the girls, but the greatat night, or in the afternoon, but still they not be dead with old

The things we Give Up in Lent are not bad; they are good est joy of all was to learn they these ladies find time in the mornage.. Again, his wife, Bessie, become R c >
Sven temporarily, and for a reason. (Bad things should had given their lives to the Lord, ing to attend. Wonder if their a Christian when she was

liven up permanently, and not just in 'Lent). Therefore, wehave they and Mattie's husband and a days are longer than most folks just 12 years of age, started
be listed up activities to Give Up for which something favorable can other of these girls and his days, or .if they just put fourth teaching a class.in Sunday School
in each instance the case for wife, all sine they had been to a greater effort? when she was in her early teens,
clear the air we give
be said, and to seems stronger, see us last. They were seeking so there are probably quite a few
for Not Giving Up
If the '
Not Giving Up. Case information on some subjects all The last few days Albert Nor; people scattered over the earthy
u may be in serious need of spiritual help. seemed to be unable to know the man, James Griff and Carson who were taught by her, and

WAITING FOR THE MOMENT trivial answer too, and of course we Griff have called on the Stride- they may have great grandchildWe 1
would all agree that no one should attempt even a rehelped all that was possible to lands. We still have no way to ren-still none be quite to the r
task without preparation. We confidently expect to be better p help them. That is what our Lord attend services at the Highland age of 99! Anyway, this teacher-
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pared for our more unpleasant duties soon. Why act hastily tells us to do, Help the weak. church. writer-what have you? isn't near y r-
SUGGESTION: do it now GIVE. UP that relaxed, warm feeling that age yet! 7

that comes when you postpone a nasty job. Few sensations are'more We attended services at Long Our bad weather this winter has -

delightful than the one that comes from deciding to do it tomorrow; Branch church Sunday, and en- kept our "woodman," the young There were just 48 present in

but ready or not, do it now ]oyed all services very much. The man at the "worm farm" Mr. Sunday School at Long Branch
SPEAKING YOUR MIND teacher for the Adult class was Tupin busy getting wood for Sunday-there were 64 present '

Much talking goes on in the world, yet iift't it odd how little teacher for the Adult class, John folks to keep fires with. Had it the Sunday before but it seemsthe

really gets said? How natural to want to speak up And add a bit Wilkinson, was home sick with not been for him, it is hard to flu had caught up with soo1 tA4

After all, when you have some wisdom contribute the flu, we were sorry to learn say what we Stricklands would many of them the number was __
SUGGESTION: stop and listen. GIVE UP the exaltation that this, but the pastor, Melvin Wat- have done-freeze I suppose! I sadly reduced. Of this number $
favorite Idea uttered in living sound by son was called on to teach us, have done a pretty good job of there were just 16 one hundred
comes from hearing your be painful but you may learn something. and he really taught! One of the freezing in spite of all of the percent members, wonder why 80< Pictured above are the girls of the basketball Hamlin, Kay Turner, Janice Deal Sharon Me

your own voice.CK' outstanding parts of the service fire, wood, extra clothes, well, many failed with the work they; team of the Junior High SchooL They have Cormick, Chris Manassa; second row, Joyce

FIGHTING understand anything but force, so isn't was the young girl who substl.all I could do to keep warm failed; should have done to make .a played an outstanding season and have disKehe7., Joan Crawford Judy Clark Joann
Some people just don't them? Give an inch and they'll tuted as pianoist, a daughter of in some instances. I hear the same grade of 100 per cent? But it IS played amazing teamwork and ability meetEddy, Donna Snipes; third row: Cheryl Hatch

it reasonable to get tough with if ... .Catherine' Calwell-Blackburn. She complaints from all, so we aren't really i inspiring to hear the diIIn'". teams with more experience and training. ins, Melba Bryan Jaae Anne Harris, Janet
take a mile. In fact, they respect you more GIVE UP the sheer animal IS in her early I teens, the age that alone in this. ferent classes recite t h.They are left to right first row: Jennifer Spearman and Myrna Fanner.
SUGGESTION try being civilized. most girls want to shun all work verse for their class, and this
joy of clobbering someone. Try reason, humor, and even yielding I Of this kind, but before services Here is another laugh for you! is done each Sunday at this The RbI

a little to ease the tension. When you lead from strength you don t started, she was at the piano, Sunday at church a certain man church. Those little Beginners get

always have to punch. ready to start playing and she of long acquaintance-he may obup in front, some can't talk plainly -
BEING CONCERNED really does wonderful playing for ject to his name being in print- enough to be understood, but

Many people we notice, don't seem to realize how bad a state one so young. The Lord can asked Jim, "Say, ain't you about they put fourth every effort to

the world is in. Everybody should face up to the seriousness of the really use her. 99 years old? I have been work recite that memory verse. Some 3 (L

crisis Should we just sit around while the house burns down? James Saunders, pastor of the ing you preach for the last forty. of the others read their verses, ::: I 1 a ya

SUGGESTION: resume thinking. GIVE UP the pleasure of Clay Hill church will be ordained five years, just how old are you?" but the toddlers really recite

i Read some history it's been this bad before. There's to the ministry March 10, 2:30 Jim told him he is 81, and this theirs. This shows us that w a e
panicking. take control, but nothing is solvin the afternoon in the Penney brother could hardly believe him. should train a child in the way a. '
fun in letting nerves
a certain your Farms Baptist Church. All minBut there is a good lesson in it should go. These little fellow w ;

ed by screaming.LOOKING !sters and deacons of the Baptthis also. If one starts living and will remember these verses on and x. ,

UPWARD st church are invited to attend working for the Lord when they on, why cant we do as well? ;
Without vision, even the Bible says, people perish. What would _

we do without our dreams? Nothing great has ever been accomplished ,

without looking up and beyond the drabness of the world. M H C & Farms 't4 : 1 ts r : _
SUGGESTION: wake up and live. GIVE UP the enticing temptation Penney _

to retreat into dreams, and be realistic. Reality can be improved p. ""

on but not if you don't face it. Build a dream house that doesn'ttIRS.. HERBERT D. MYERS test for the children of the Pen. j Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Felts of i- '" '

disappear in daylight. Reporter ney Farms School, at 2, p.m. on Dayton, Ohio arrived in Penney

TAKING STANDS The Rev. Martin Keast con- February 22nd, in the Sanctuary Farms on Wednesday of las rt K ,
After all. a man must have convictions. The way things are ducted the prayer meeting on of the Penney Memorial Church. week. They stayed in the Nagle< 7

going in the world, it is high time some of us stood up and were February 13, using as his topic fourteen boys and girls took Apartment while here. They left x '
be- part, eight of them in the 10 on Monday of this week to visit ,
clearer solutions to problems and
counted. The older we grow, the "Bring God Into the Day,
God.year old group, and six in the relatives in Miami. From there ;,
come. .. emphasizing the nearness of 11 and 12 year old group. Judges they will go to San Antonio Tex 41 ,
take another look. GIVE UP the satisfactionof Messrs. Bock, Gregory, and Dafor '
SUGGESTION: ht'd -
the 10 year group were, Rev| as, to visit i their d aug ,
expounding a clear, simple, forceful position.: Subject yourself vies, and Mr. Barrows spoke Frank Gracey, Mrs. Charlotte her family. Mr. Felts, before retiring [ 7

to the agony of reconsidering the facts and hearing the other side iriefly. Harvey, and Mrs. Marie Gun- was in the U.S. Air Force

again. ther. Judges for the older group for 13 years. They are friends of:
FEELING GOOD The leader for our Wednesday were, Mr. E. E. Stone, Mr. W. A. Mr. Leigh Soule of the Memorial
light prayer meeting on Febru- Benitt, and Miss Eva Hoover.
When we consider that psychology has shown us the damage done Home: Community.
by guilt feelings, Isn't a little pride just what we need? When we ary 20th, was the Rev. E.F.May- All of the contestants were from Pictured above are the boys of the GCS Second row Mike Bridges, Scott Smith, Marvin
ton, chaplain at Raiford prison. the; 5th. and 6th grades. George n Junior High School team who have played a Howerin Robert Pinkerton Mike Harper.
do well, why not feel slightly virtuous? Saunders speaking "Twins D r. and Mrs. George c. Howard -
on hard and successful season. They are left to Third row: Daniel O'Neill, Don Bowles Terry
it. GIVE UP that warm glow
SUGGESTION: don't dwell on The Memorial Home Communthat: are not alike" was winner in have had the pleasure of a
good deed. You soon be trying for the glow the 10 old of 8 and right first row Charles Waters, Marc GelgTurner., Ray Pringle and Joey Sabotta. The
that follows doing a may nity Annual Golden Wedding Anniversary ; year group visit' from their son William anhis <
instead of the deed, and that's fatal. Do your job and let God do the one of the high-lights James Alan Tuck speaking on family who have been in this er, John Groner, Richard Parrish Lon Custer,. team was coached by Joseph H. Elliott.

admiring. of the social! affairs of the com The First Rule 1 of Flying" was country on a brief furlough. Mr. .____,, .._. __ "_'. ...
the winner of the other ., v'--V. + ---r
FEELING BAD munity, will be held on the eve- group Howard is Branch Manager of ... >
Can there be anything wrong with being sorry for our mis- ning of March 1 this year. Furof 6. The 3rd and 4th gradejupils the National City Bank of New J. $, .' J ,
two numbers AmerIca ''' '
doings? Aren't we supposed to b e contrite? Doesn't repentance i improve her anouncement and details toe the sang Beautiful, and America.York and resides in ArgentinaHe >. .

the soul > published later. They were accompanied on the is here with his wean d ;,Add Ph d. lot to living
SUGGESTION: don't wallow in it. GIVE UP any brooding over piano by :Mrs. Celia Pratt. Mrs.three children. They returned., a one. a *

sin. Remorse can become a rather enjoyable substitute for. repentThe preacher for the morningworship Mary Storey did excellent work from New York on Tuesday and a it. "' : ...:,-
service at the M.H. C. will sail from New Orleans on ; ,. .,>. '
out halos 1 for being : In training the 14 contestants
ance. The Lord doesn't give sorry.
church will be the Rev. Bennet They were: David Church, Beckythe llthh1.or the return. They journey came Busy days are breezy days when the phone is where you are'Curtis -:-'
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IF YOU WANT on Sunday tfeeks, David Brummitt, Bobby north by plane to California, whether it's kitchen, bedroom or Florida room.. Convenient extentsion '11

A recent editorial which appeared in the Rockville (Conn.) Sastham, Dora 1Pe y' Maxie bought a car there, toured that tr." :
attention and bears local and Mrs. Letts from Hud- Norton, Wood, and state in spite of rains, floods, phones come in many p nett Y'colors-are so economical, too
Journal has been called to our some ap ._.onrW. ".'.. and Mrs. Weed of George 'dery.in the 10 year ". ,..4plication.
i The poet I is not named in the editorial. However, here is Minnesota are visiting the Rev. group. The other older group and snow. They then drove to.your Business Office for details. .

its substance: E. J. Sachtjen. They are living included: Billy Grigsby, Sheila Penney Farms through heavy : ,.
while snows in El Paso, Texas. This .. try 'r .
in the Paxton Apartment, Driggers, Paul Saunders, Diane f '
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added the adventure
all to o.their
If you want to live in the kind of a town here, and expect to become mem- Peterson, Janice Carol Weeks, has : ", r
Like the kind of a town you like, b ers of the Memorial Home Community and James Alan 'Tu c. trip Florida, as kindly Argentina them no Southern'i\ B e II :,
snow. gave
You don't have to pack your clothes in a grip family in the near future. some lovely spring-promisingdays. _;,',,\:,,.. ", >'/')_ .

And goo a a long, long hike. Bishop and Mrs. Vernon Mid Mrs. Frank C. Goodman ar- I... 1? ?; ucgwuth.frtita
For you'll only find what you've left behind.There's dleton called Mrs. Earl Brownneed last week from Amityville,
on .
"a 4a ,
UL, New York, to become our .. tv ;
nothing I that's really new, and she was their guest at lunch. I latest arrival of new members at Mrs Beulah Sprague Bowers > :- ...;
It's knock at yourself when knock town visit- will be the featured speaker at ; ;
a you your Tho afternoon was spent in he: Memorial Home Community.She '../.'... .
It I isn't the town-It's you. in g. is AT HOME in Apartment the March 13th meeting of the I _:, .. V' ."'"; .ad
Women'sit l at Penney FarmsMemorial ; '
D-21 of the Quadrangle. Mrs. y,
Rev. and Mrs. Thomas S. Clear Church at 2:45 p.m
Real towns are not made by men afraidLest Goodman's late # .
the weekend in St. Mrs. Bowen who is widely --,, i ;
else ahead ver spent Religiousa .ft
someone gets ; pioneer in the field of w
Petersburg vIsitmgMn. Vera A. known in art circles, graduated
When everyone works and nobody shirks, : Broadcasting Dr. Poling was as*
Rubright an old time friend of from the Massachusetts School
raise from the dead. sociated with him in this work
You can a town .
Master'sDegree :
Mrs. Cleaver. They also visited of Art and received a .
And, if while you make your personalstriIe, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tanner, bro in the early days. in Art Education from : r' :

Your neighbor will make one too, ther and sister-in-law of Mrs. the University of New Ha m.p- .. -
Your town will be what you want it to be, Cleaver who are in St. PetersMiss Beatrice Griffiths of Lex shire. She also studied with .
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It isn't the town-It's you. burg for the winter. !ington, Massachusetts is visiting prominent teachers at Cooper
Rev. and Mrs. Raymond R. Union in New York, and Massachusetts V '. -y
County Garden Club Meets Mrs. R. E. Bohner conceived Gregory of Gwynn Avenue. She Institute of Technology; # 'z -41
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the novel idea of having a tea is also a friend of Miss Stella ;in Boston. Her years of teaching ,rr" -. ,.. v q ,>
The regular meeting of The and The Count maintam.ed Gar- party for four nearby neighbors Coates, and for many years was have included eight years at the 1.'fJ! x .
Country Garden Club was held bage Dumps will be published in -Dan Dibble Mrs. Laird, Mrs. associated with Mrs. May Orr University of Wichita in Kan- < f f : V .f

last Thursday, at the home of the near future. Barber, and Mrs. Edwards. The and Miss Carrie Tarbell in Gor'e gas .-

Mrs. W. J. Christmas, Doctor's motion to endorse a Tri youngest guest was 83, and the don College, Beverly Farms, visor of Art in Meridian Conn., .. :,, ,
Inlet Mrs. L. M. Addison and Mrs.A average age of the four guests Massachusetts. schools, as well as teaching in '""
Detention Home for Delinquents ..
County .... Her
J. A. Adams were cohostesses.A was 866. There was much laugh- summer sessions in numerous ,- 'I: ; Y
letter from George L. Car was. carried. ter and of course "talk." It was Mr. L. Jefferson Towne of teachers' colleges. She has exhibited ," 'k --' '

lisle, Clerk, was read, which ltatThe program' Flowering Trees a happy: occasion for alL Each Greensboro, N.C., spent several her work in a number o f
in part that the following .action and Shrubs" was given by Mrs one received a pink rose. days with his uncle and aunt cities and on college campuses in ,

was taken by the their't J.J.ed b I

County Commissioners, at a ,
regular meeting held on February ed a red bud tree. VI.ltorsVere Bedford and Mrs. Warren Grace, Mrs. Mary Baker of Highland winter at Penney Farms will "'- Q '" '

11. "The Road Superintendent Mesdames: Lowe, Wilkes and all of Marinette Methodist: Park, Illinois, spent several share her talent and appreciation me 5.g; ... ."...-,;; :
was instructed to have installed Roberts. Church, Marinette, Wisconsin, weeks with her aunt, Mrs. B. H. with us and show some of her .'te- .i4,;a
March 21 set called on their former pastor, made pictures. All interested persona
signs directing the public was as a tena Nymeyar. Together they
proper Rer. Alfred Hoad last week. short to points of are invited to enjoy this program ;.. '
to County maintained garbage tive date for next meeting, since several trips .i.
They left Penney Farms to seethe the Guild. ,, '- ,
interest in Florida. with the members of h
Clay Electric Co-Operative's
dumps. Also, to post No Dump. annual sights at St. Augustine." 4 sing "'
signs at unauthorized areas meeting is March 28, our .r-.

of the County, where possible; regular date. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bohlander,
Pennsylvania are visiting Mrs. Hear programs of .:dj;
PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY R. B. Coons this week. They are ,6-: :' .

BYCRESCENT from the church where the late FINE ,, ....4'"t:: '_ .
Rev. Coons was pastor for a few.
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PRESS. INC.Gr years. RECORDED ; .

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n Cove Springe, Florida -
Phone %St-3164 Rev. Robert W. Sachtjen pastor SACRED Y.- y ,
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of the First Methodist
Church of Hudson, Wisconsin MUSIC s
NATIONAL EDITORIAL I flew to Washington, D.C., to -

TI@N visit his slater Josephine and DAILY .V, 4.t
+lIAVShc l. then came to Penney Farms, by { ti w p" ,9

plane, last Monday, to visit his /,/ r a'i'. ,
father, Rev. Sachtjen, a member.. r 1 ,
ONWAYR550 \ .
of the M.H.C. After a few days : '
DUNCAN GRONER .............................. President ;
here, he went on to visit his sister 1Y

Entered... second Claaa Matur. July 15, 1M9. at trio J et Office. who lives at Ormond Beach,
Green COT 8prtnrs. Tlorld under the Act of March S. HIT Fla.
See.B4 Cl... postage .a4 at Gr* c... sprtags.-P1a..

.n.C1UPTIO" RATES: The Penney Farms Women's! 011 j HOME INTERPHONE. Talk room-to-room; answer door by p ht r.e.

One Year-In advance ____' 1 .". '" 11 III" $'.00 Christian Temperance Union
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I PENTECOSTAL CHURCH HOLINESS Order Of Eastern Star Installation I Green Cove Socials I IIrs. Gary-Lusson



Vermont Ave.' ) Otto Wenke of Wilmington Greene. Mrs. Miller has remainedin

Green Core SpringsYou Delaware was the house guest, Tampa with Mrs. Greene fora
I of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Canova few more days.

hare C.; last week.
a I
I Newell daughter of rt
Jacqueline ,
Special Invitationto
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3 a Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Newellwas
attend Mrs. Rhoda Gilbert of Irvine,
Kentucky is visiting her daughter- initiated into the Omega
Church and Sunday School !
in-law, Mrs. Gerry Farley for a chapter of Sigma Kappa National r- _
few weeks. social sorority at Florida State
School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday
University on February 9th. Miss
Preaching 11:00 a.m. Newell is enrolled in the collegeof
Mrs. George Davis and Mrs.
Sunday Site Serv. 7:00 p.m. Home Economics is a memberof
Ernestine Miller called to
were
Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. I Freshman Flunkies and the
Tampa last week to attend the
Pastor, Itev. J. C- Maynor funeral of their cousin Charles'I Episcopla Student Group
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Phone--EV 9-383O I
I t Mrs. Perry 1.. Jones and her
son Timmy left last Friday for

J:3fL.f Norfolk Virginia where they met r:'
her husband who is retiring from

-"",.!:. 'l the Navy. They all returned to
: Green Cove last Tuesday morning.
CLAY THEATRE
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Mrs Jamie Caruthers Mgr. Jehovah's Witness ay.'

Mon.Box thru office Fri. one 7:15 show only 11 1=1' .'c I IR Assembly Mar. 810"We :i4 i'x e .

opens p.m. ;: i.' KY i x
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Feature Begins 7:45 p.m. wt .4 r attend all of them" was
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Sat.-Sun., 2 p.m. continuous ytfkLs, d 2s? the reply made by R. E. Greeneof
Green Cove, when asked was
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he ready to go to the three-day
Wed. & Thurs.. Mar. 6 & 7 c: 1 assembly sponsored by the Watch-

THE 300 SPARTANS tower Society.The .

Richard Egan meet is to be held at the
High School in New Smyrna
Pictured above left to right are the newly in stalled officers of Chapter No. 45, Green Beach Florida this week-end
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Fri &. Sat., Mar. 8 & 9 ,
BEHIND Cove Springs, Order of the Eastern Star. First row: Mrs. Ethel L. Knight, secretary; March 8-10, 1963.
GIRL HE LEFT Thad Crossley. worthy patron; Mrs. Paulin Crossley, worthy matron; Mrs. Alma Mil WINFORD E. FRANKLIN No meetings are to be held at

Natalie Wood ler associate matron; Graham Selick, Sr., as sociate patron; Mrs. Anitra Williams, Mar- the local Kingdom Hall Russell
Tab Hunter th; Mrs. Lois Gravely Electa; Second row: Mrs. Mary Ellen Selick, Associate conductress Winford E. Franklin, son of Road, Green Cove Springs, this

also ; Mrs. Horace Knight, sentinel: Mrs. Lil lie Bannell. Esther; Mrs. Gerry Farley. Ruth; Mrs.Core Vera Franklin Staff Green week-end according to Greene,

SAVAGE GUNS Mrs. Betty Rowlls, treasurer; Mrs. Pearl Bro oker, chaplain; Mrs. Mae Hendricks, mar- the Springs Air Force, ROTC Sergeantof at State presiding minister.He .

shall Mrs. Gertrude Sapp, warder; Mrs. Ele anon Fitzsimmons, conductress; and Mrs. Betty University of Florida, Talla also stated, "That world
Sun.. Mon. Tues. & Wed. Jean Jones, Adah. Photo by Gene Kota hassee. Plays first cornet in the problems seeming to be insoluble Miss Vicki Jean Lu :cn, daughter of Mr. and: Mss V. \\.
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------- .. Lusson of Green Cove Springs and Mr Thomas A. Garyof
March 10 thru 13 bandwhich spent three daysof means that we must all turn to
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO At the installation held last I Lee Bowles grand sentinel Grand this week in New Orleans, the only source of hope, the Bible. Jefferson, Ohio were united in marriage at 7:00 o'clock
BABY JANE Saturday evening the following Chapter of Florida gave the obli- County playing in the Mardi Gras cele- With the means of destroying on February 22nd at the home of the bride's parents with
officers presided: Mrs. Edith gation; Mrs. Gerry Farley, past bration. civilization from the face of the the Rev. Johanson of the First Presbyterian Church per-
I Bette Davis Bowles, past matron of Jacksonville matron of Chapter No. 45, installing earth now in man's grasp, and forming the ceremony.
Joan Crawford as installing officer; Mr. Marshall; Mrs. Viola ServicemenArmy with all nations striving for The maid of honor was :Miss Ida Griffin of Jacksonville
Knight Past Matron No. 45, In- Rev. SaundersTo world domination I'm especially and the best man was Ronald Moore also of Jack
Thurs. Fri. & Sat CHURCH NOTICECHRISTIAN stalling Chaplain and Mrs. Irene interested in hearing the main sonville.
Sgt. Ommer J. Brown, Be Ordained
Mar. 14-16 Johns Associate Grand Matron, Bible lecture Sunday at 3 P.M., Out of town guests were Mrs. Harry Gary tike groom's
of Mrs. Mable A. Brown
C01\IANCHEROS Grand Chapter of Florida as In- son entitled, 'Who Will Win the mother; Penny McClintock, Joyce I McClintock all of Jef-
and SOCIETYCor. SCIENCE stalling Organist. Route 1, Green Cove Springs,Fla., Struggle for World Supremacy,' ferson, Ohio, and Mrs. Dusenbury of Geneva. Ohio.
After a general welcome to recently was awarded the second to be delivered by D. J. Thomasof Photo by Rarl: Bailey. Jr.
SECOND TIME AROUND E. Houston St. &: those present, Mrs. Lois Gravely, award of the Good Conduct Medal Brooklyn, New York."
X. Magnolia Are The theme of the three-day con-
the retiring worthy matron, expressed while
serving with the 1st Armored
COMING ATTRACTIONS i her appreciation for all vocation will be "Right Kind of
GREEN COVE ,SPRINGS", Division at Fort Hood, Tex. "
FLORIDA the kindnesses shown her during Ministers, and this means that
Sergeant Brown was awardedthe $19-95
REPTILINS her year and pledging herself medal in recognition of his I each one has an obligation to LIFTS PULLS PUSHES
Services held Sundayat to continue future service to the serve God and must be able to 6,000 Ibs. Capacity EACH
FLAMING STAR 11 a.m. new worthy matron and the Orderof exemplary conduct, efficiency and a. use his lips to His praise. 101 USES-Joels up tucks,traders.we .
fidelity as a soldier in the active <:ons.combnvs,pkkers bv3< ngs.Pvfll .
GIGOT Subject-MAN Eastern Star. Ralph A. Jones, Federal military service. All meetings of the assembly polls,p p..,roots,moH stomp-
Jr., retiring worthy patron join are free and open to the public. Sketches woven or barbed wire fence Joe
THE CHAPMAN REPOR1'Adult March 10 Brown entered the' Marcy
Army in IPIice w:.. MoV.* foist, clomp,
ed Mrs. in his
( Entertainment) A cordial Invitation is extendedto Gravely expressing 1954. reod.r.Among ouzo bumpy pdc.
thanks and continued service also. i u..dby
attend services.
our CORRECTION: foclon .body shops, Phone 284-4794
p tf oorofles. "
As the 62 officers retired they PFC W. Eden-! .I' stations..
Army Joseph The date of the senior play at "in"-mills,quarries iHwg
presented a courtesy "For allyou've field 4 ft hiskwi.27 Ib*.GUARANTEED.
son of Mr. and Mrs.\ Leroy Clay High School is April 2 instead Green Cove Spring
done" to the retiring Ma Edenfield, of Green Cove Springs, of April 12 as announcedin
tron. A "Good Luck" courtesywas Fla., and other members of the } week's
presented to the new Matron, 25th Division last paper. .
Infantry participated
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Special this Weekat and the Chapters Gifts were pre- in Exercise LAVA RIDGE III, J
sented to the new officer as an! a combined Army-Air Force -

expression of confidence and sup I bility exercise in the mo-I' ..
I NOW GOING ON AT
port.Mrs. Islands, which ended Feb
A&P Gerry Farley presented The soldiers regularly stationed -
your Mrs. Gravely with her past ma- at Schofield Barracks on the Ordination services will be held YOUR OLDS DEALER'SOLDSMOBILE

trons jewel and Mrs. Betty Jean island of Oahu were flown in March 10, 1963 at the Black Creek ;
Jones presented the past patrons round-the-clock flight operationsto Baptist Church. The council for
Mel-O-Bit Sliced American, Pimento and Swiss jewel to her husband, Ralph. the island of Hawaii where theyare ordination will convene at 2:30

After the benedictions, the new receiving three weeks of live- P.M. At 3:00 PM. the council DLDSNlDBILE'SSELL

officers retired and a receptionwas fire training. The training is] will proceed to ordain the Rever-
CHEESE held at the Methodist Church scheduled to end March 10. end James C. Saunders to the

Social Hall. Edenfield a chart operator in I work of the Gospel ministry.
Combat Company of the division's I Reverend Saunders is thirty two
CLAY HI P-TSA TO MEET
27th Infantry entered the Armyin years of age; the son of Mr. and ;
The Clay High P-TSA will meeton June 1960, completed basic W.J. Saunders of Penney Farms;

12 Oz. Pkg. 391 Monday, March 11th at 8 p.m. training at Fort Jackson, S. C., and attended school at Penney
The program will be on Physical in _
and arrived overseas September Farms and Green Cove Springs.He
Education. of the following year. has been a member of the
The 21-year-old soldier is a 1959 Black Creek Baptist Church for
Price in this Ad are good through Saturday February 23 LITTLE ILIX graduate of Clay County High eighteen years. Rev. Saunderswas
School. licensed for the ministry by
his church in October I960 while
Your dreams come true with
active deacon.
serving as an
A'D PLAID STAMPS te o WANTED Rev. Saunders is married to the

.. former 3Iiss Mytzi Taylor ofHddleburg. J N
&t(4T*n T< I fACttC TtA tOttftwr HC.uper Bleach ContainersThe .
t R ) They have four ojiil-

1 J arketsMMUl A Clay High Student Coun- dren and reside at their home in
cil will conduct a house to house Middleburg, Florida.
a _
4rc4't March 7th March The public is invited to attend
drive
on : and
MNHUU MM kOUIT*m Mt .. .j r
sAt 14th. Please help with this drive.It the ordination services at 3:00P -ERA TIGN
some big cocktail parties, is for the Civil Defense pro, .)1. The ordination message will
115 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs, Fla. it's the crowd that's filled Reverend C.A.
to gram at Clay High. We need approximately be conveyed by the
copocity.REVLON 2,000 more gallon Crosby pastor of Bayless High- DEALERS

and half-gallon plastic bleach con- way Baptist Church of Starke, CELEBRATE AN AUTOMOTIVE MILESTONE. .
tainers. This may save a child's Florida. The charges to the can-
life in the event of evacuation.DO didate and church will be given j41 THE B.OOO.OOOTH ROCKET V-8 ENOINEI
NOT FORGET. by Rev. Geo. V>\ Chismpastor l t
If you are not reached on either of Highland Baptist Church of i When the firtt high-comprtnrf ea

of these days, bring the containers Jacksonville; and Rev. James F. Rocket Engine was introduced by
has come to GREEN COVE SPRINGS I to Clay High School or. to Conway pastor of Faith Memorial Oldsmobile, it virtually rewrote the
book performance. And today, >
I Bradley's Drug Store. Mission of Jacksonville. on
h the 5-UiUionlh Rocket adds a bell

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GIRL SCOUT Scout Cookies NEWSGirl will arrivein Engagement Events Of WeekW. "Spring F Orange Park SocialsNew I MARRIAGE HARRIS-SIMPSON ANNOUNCEDTina


Orange Park on Friday, aid Aiuwunced E. Cherry Elementary PTA- residents on Orange Cir- The Glenn Smiths of Stowe Lorraine Harris and Raymond

will be delivered as soon as pos- Thursday March 7, at 7:30 cle are Commander (ret.) and Ave. have as house guests Mrs. Mathew Simpson were
sible to all those who made ad- p.m. at the school. i Mrs. R. W. Stoppelmann and Smith's sister and brother-in- married in the Orange Park

vance orders. The Scouts will Doctors Inlet Civic Association- their daughter Nancy Lee. They law, Mr. and Mrs. Jeril Cooper, Methodist Church on Saturday,
Thursday, March 7, at 8 formerly made their home in February 23 at 3 o'cloek in the
have cookie booths at the local p.m. Palatka. of Rising Fawn, Ga., and their
at the Civic Center. afternoon. The Rev. Don Nichols
grocery stores and the Bank of 000 children, Jerry, Otis, and Crystal -
Park for the next two Orange Park High Senior Play, performed the ceremony in the
Orange Mrs. Charles' Cibula of River The Smith brothers, Allan,
the Dozen"Thursday
"Cheaper by ..
weekends, so that anyone who q ,roy Rd. is recuperating at home after presence of their families and
& Friday, March 7 Kevin, Steven, and Brian, have
wishes can buy some. Everyoneis & 8, at 8 p.m. at Orange Park recent surgery at St. Vincent's been having a fine time playing attendants.The .

urged to help support the Girl Elementary School auditorium. Hospital with their cousins. bride is the daughter of

Scout camping program in this 'Methodist 24 Hour Prayer Vigil 000 1 000 Mr. and Mrs. Haven F. Harris,
-Begins Saturday, March 9 at \ Mr. and Mrs. Dabney Johnson
ashiollatioll:1 Jr. of Orange Park, and Mr.
Members of the Park
way.Mrs. 1 the Orange Park Methodist have moved into their home on Orange
: Pat Fowkes' troop en- Church. \ East Holly Point Rd. Presbyterian Church were hap Simpson is the son of Mr. and

joyed a week-end of camping at i Orange Park Methodist Revival, 000Mr. I py to have their minister, Dr. Mrs. Chester A. Simpson of
Franklin Talmage back in the
,
Girl Scout Camp Chowenwaw on with the Rev. Bob Knight and :Mrs. Sheldon Morrisof Deerfield Beach, Florida.
last after his
Black Creek last week. Adult t t Sunday, March 10, at 7 p.m. at Red Fox Rd. have been enjoying pulpit illness.Sunday recent Mr. and Mrs. Richard Martin

helpers included Mrs. Donald the church; first of 5 daily [ a visit from her parents, ,served a* bet man and matronof
sessions, same time and place. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoopes, 000 '
Blair, Mrs. Zackary Martin, and I boBor, and the tubers were
Mrs.
Orange Park Presbyterian, Mis- Jr. of Massilon, Ohio. Mary G. Sparks of An-
Mrs. Norman Rogers. sionary Film Sunday, March 000 niston, Alabama is here in Or- the bride's uaeks, Thomas Harris

Troop 203, led by :Mrs. Donald 10, at 7 p.m. at the church. Mrs. Raymond Kinsinger (Kib- ange Park to visit her daughters of Hialeah, Florida, and John
:Mrs. Geraldine Timraer and Harris of Dover, N.J.
Blair will have another bake Park Lions by) will be honored this Friday
Orange Monday,
W. Doyle,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Mrs. Jesse Haynes, her many After the ceremony, a reception
March 11, at 8 at the evening at a stork shower at the
this outside p.m.
sale Friday evening the engagement
of Drs. Inlet announce Lions Club. home of Mrs. Carlos Davis on grandchildren, and two great- was held at CharKe's Res
Huntley's Grocery Store. These of their daughter, a4 grandsons. taurant.We .
Collins Rd. Co-hostesses at the
Masonic No. 267 Mon-
Lodge
girls have been working hard to Theethig Marie to Leslie Page, party, which will be for about
day, March 11, at 8 p.m. at
raise money for their trip to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pageof Orange Park Masonic Hall. 25 guests, are Mrs. Buck Murphy -

Juliet Lowe Birthplace in Savannah Day, Florida The weddingwill ";' ';' :Mrs. H. T. Chojnacki, and SellWe
take place on March 16, at Orange Park Civitans Tuesday 1" Mrs. Marvin Davis. 1
the week-end of March the Drs. Inlet Methodist Church, March 12, at 7 p.m. at -". ,ft, I 000
16 to 18. You may also order a Charlie's Restaurant. '
at 4 p.m., with the Rev. T. D. ", ;:'. Mrs. Gordon Vail of CampbellAve. V
cake delivered during the week Ryan, Jr., officiating. All Orange Park Elementary PTA- has returned to her home Service olkswagens
by calling CO 4-4231 or CO 4- friends and relatives of the Tuesday, March 12, at 8 p.m. 'tt after undergoing surgery at St.
at the school auditorium.
4040. The girls wish to thank couple are invited. A receptionwill Vincent's Hospital. also
everyone who has bought some follow immediately in the Orange Park Area Jaycees 000

of their home-baked goodies.In Drs. Inlet Civic Building. Tuesday, March 12, at 8 p.m. Visiting Lt. Commander and Sports Cars
at the Town Hall.
observance of Girl Scout Mrs. A. C. Boyett of Collins Rd.

Week March 10 through 17, a So Many Reasons! Orange Park Presbyterian Women's are her sisters, Mrs. James SPRING MOTORSGreen
color guard of Girl Scouts will Day Circle Wednesday, Stamp of Middlesex, N.J., and
present the flag at the Orange Reasons> why it pays to read March 13, at 9:45 a.m. at the t w* Mrs. James Munson of Brooklyn .
Park Elementary School PTA the classified ads! They sellcars, home of Mrs. John Stump. N.Y. Cove Springs Phone 284-9209

meeting next Tuesday evening.On houses, furniture, appliances and Orange Park High School PFA 000

Sunday, March 10, all Girl many other item. They hire help, -Thursday: March 14, at 8 Mrs. Raymond Trew of King-
Scouts are urged to attend their get jobs for people, boost your p.m. at the school cafetorium. sley Ave. remains a patient at
own church in uniform, and many business and do other odd jobsat St. Vincent's Hospital.
iiiii1- SAN LEBRYDO LUMBER CO.
low Read
ministers are planning some recognition a ridiculously price. LIONELLAS CELEBRATE 000
of the Girl Scouts 'during them for profit, use them for Marion Card, our well-known
11th BIRTHDAYThe
the service. results! former police chief, has been MILL ON HIGHWAY 21 AT MIDDLEBURG
L -
Orange Park Lionellas cel- confined to his home this week,

ebrated their 11th Birthday Mon- because of illness.

REAL ESTATE day evening with a party at the "WE SPECIALIZE IN CUSTOM-CUT:
Lions Club honoring the past MAYOR ODUM DECLARES
FIX.UP CLEAN-UP WEEK EXTRA LENGTHS"KILN
presidents of the club.
INSURANCE APPRAISALS
Present for the occasion were According to a proclamation

past presidents: Mary Jackson, 4M signed by Mayor Walter G. Od- DRIED PINE & BUILDING MATERIALSFelt
um, the week of March 10 to 16
Frank W. Brown 1052-53! June Nelson, 1954-55
; ;
is declared Clean Up, Fix Up,
and Associates Maxine Boatwright, 1955-57; Al- Pictured above a model shows one of the fashions from the shopof Paint Up Week in Orange Park. Sheet Rock Doors

ma Hortcn, 1 57-59; Louise Hor- Jean Jowers. The fashion show was held last Friday at the This annual effort to encour-

1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone ton, 1959-60; Clara Lutins, 1960- Officers Club at NAS. Terry Dahly served as fashion coordinator. age homes all citizens to make their Fence Posts Molding Windows
beautiful is
Orange Park CO 4-9504 61; and Sandi Belyea, 1961-62. The dress in the background was donated by Mrs. Jowers as more spon- -
sored by the Garden Club of Orange -
Only one was unable to attend, a door prize. Official U. S. Navy Phot] Park. There will be a poster Eave Drip Nails Cement

Edna O'Kelley, 1953-54. contest for students in the ele-

President Leona Drinkwater NotesREPORTER mentary schools of the town. The Plywood Shingles Mortar Mix
V Middleburg posters will be displayed in the
presented each honored
guest old Post Office building. Prizesare

Orange Park Pure Service with a corsage, and after the : RUTH BARTHLOWPhone awarded by the Garden Club
entertainment refreshments were BUtler 2-5263 for the best posters from each TELEPHONE BUTLER 2-5272

served. The decorations were on schooL

LAWNMOWERS a St. Patrick's Day theme, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Thompsonand ,who likewise filled a pulpit i in I Mrs. Thomas Devine

their daughter, Pamila, of Gainesville, Florida. Publicity
everyone received a tiny sham-
SALES, SERVICE and RENTALS rock souvenir. All of the Orange Daytona spent the week-end in The Rev. and Mrs. Atkins spent

Park Lions' wives were invitedto Middleburg with Mrs. Thompson's twenty-seven years as mission-

All Types Lawnmowers and Outboard Motor Repairs join the celebration. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Chesser. aries in Belgian Congo, and are You are cordially invited
In commemoration of the now residing in Penney Farms.

Birthdays of both Mrs. Thompsonand On Sunday, March 9, the Rev.
All Work GuaranteedCO COMPLETE Pamila and of the wedding Jim Ridgeway will begin a revival to attend the formal openingof

anniversary of their other son-in- in the Methodist church.

law and Mr.and Mrs. Cecil Smart,
SEPTIC TANK
4-6992 CO 4-6608 Mr. and' Mrs. Chesser gave; a The ladies of the WMU are
dinner party, including the tradi- observing "The Week of Prayer"

SERVICECleanouts tional cake. this week. Jean Jowers. .

Mrs. Ray Nugen, Mrs. E. E.
Mr. and Mrs. James E. McDonald 'FASHION DISTINCTION"
gave a birthday dinner Barthlow, and Ruth Green wentto
S Repairs party in their home for the form- Lawtey Sunday where they -
COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire o InstallationsORANGE er's mother, Mrs. Eliza McDon- were joined by Mrs. E. B. Wells on Thursday evening, the seventh of March I.

ald. Present were: Mrs. Alma and Miss Enza Blanchord on a ." .

PARK Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. George trip to Raiford where they visitedMr. from eight until ten o'clock

Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size 264.6171 Barthlow, and their children, .and Mrs. Joseph Darko, (Mrs -''J,;...'
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Julia and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Darko is the former Mrs. Martha and -
Bales.) and Mrs. Neal Phillips
284.3860 Elvin Saundersand their daughter -
Dist Miller Tires-Autolite Batteries Theresa. I and her infant son. Mrs. Phillipswas
STARKE formerly Jackie Bales. From on Friday, the eighth i of March. ...
there they went to Hilburn churchto I #.. .
969-1952
Mrs. Maggie Wilson of Mc-
Cor. Park and King Jacksonville, Fla clenny and Mrs. Mattie Dunk of hear the Gospel Singing by the ,ay':. fr.. a.nu until six,p.m. ;
If No Answer Bradford County Singing Asso --. : '
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. "r ,
Call JacksonvilleSP ciation. This association was :
EV 9-3 or and Mrs. Lester Frisbee, Mrs. Orange .+ 7 .
from other
1-3548 Bernice Frisbee, and Mr. and Mrs. by singers .
towns. After returning to Lawtey,
I Merrill Robinson and family re- Refreshments Door Prizes
iGRGAf k cently.Mr. they had a lovely visit with a
sister, Mrs. A. H. Harley, Sr.,
also Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley, Free Orchid

) IX and Mrs. Charlie Padgett I Jr., of Starke, and L. R. Green,
announced the arrival of another Ruth's grandfather. .
daughter as an addition to their
... ,,
ORANGE PARK Free Estimates lanuiy.-- -: .
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AMASON'SComplete Among the latest residents to : <

1003 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264-6431 arrive in Middleburg are Mr. and f/1'

Septic Tank Mrs. J. R. Chaffin. They are "N ever Mind the Movie..

Service occupying the Chalker home. tt' Sp

I Miss Cleava Carson, a former "
Look the Next Car!
resident of Keystone Heights, is In
I now living with her relatives, Mr. i i. <- '

n "Irhere The Best Is Better"t'e coved and Mrs. S. Bryan Jennings. She f ... w+ : r
is to make their home hers until ':{,
It might be better to think of your own car. Is it
. LL Electric the completion 'of the Wesley

.x NLY Memorial. _" tired, faded, badly depreciated? Maybe its a SIGHT
THE and
Wayne Barber,son of Mrs.Fred -and you haven't noticed. Look the new cars over

BEST YOUR. Telephone Barthlow, is home on furlough. choose your favorite-and finance with The Bank of
Wayne is stationed at Air Force
Bills
NE DS Base at Otis, Massachusetts.The s3-Y .< Orange Park. It's easy I


condition of Mrs. R. D. s

Howars who underwent major .
HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGSGet surgery at Baptist Hospital last ; _
week is reported as being good. THE BANK .OF O AN-GI5i :PAR ,
It All From ,- -- ." .

The Rev. Ernest Atkins of COMrilll CONFISIMIIAl COVRTIOVS

0,8-NALLHARDWARE Penney Farms filled the pulpitin .
the Methodist church Sunday r
1922 Highway 17 Phone 264-6831 Orange Park morning in the absence of the ,
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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICEIN LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE

Shop Clay County For

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Notice is hereby given that the NOTICE BY CLERK OF FORECLOSURESALE O*' CIRCUIT Notice is hereby given that a

COURT, IN AND\ FOR CLAY AND FOR CLAY COUNTY, Clay County Zoning Commission, COURT : Public Hearing will be held by

COUNTY FLORIDAIn FLORIDA. will hold a Public Hearing on that NOTICE the undersigned IS HEREBY George GIVEN Car i the Clay County Board of Adjustment

re: Estate of CASE NO. 3570 Thursday, March 21,1963, at 8:00 lisle. Cleric of the Circuit Courtof on Thursday, March 7,
Clay: County, }Florida will on
LaMira Alvarez Gill deceased. JACKSONVILLE FEDERAL o'clock p.m., in the Clay County the 15th day of March. 1963. during 1963, in the Board of County
Courthouse, Green Cove Springs, the legal hours of eats at the Commissioners Meeting Room in
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSO-
main door of the Court House of
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Florida for the the Courthouse in
CIATION corporation under purpose of hear- Clay County' Florida. In the Cityof Clay County ,
creditors of the estate of a ing objections, if any, to issuinga Green Cove springs Florida Green Cove Springs, Florida beginning
the laws of the United Statesof offer for sale ana sell at public
to with Section at 8:00 o'clock
LaMira Alverez Gill, deceased. permit comply outcry to the highest and best p.m.
America 1, and Section 2, Paragraph 2.5, bidder for cash the following described One hearing is called regarding
are hereby notified and required Plaintiff, of Article XVI of the Clay Coun- property Florida to-wit situated: in ClayCounty. the Notice of Appeal by the

to file any claims or demands vs.HENRY. ty Zoning Regulations, namelyto Beginning at the N.E. cornerof applicant, for a Rezoning, the
which they may have SW 14 of Section 22. TownshIpS
R. CARUSO and PATSY use the following described South of Hang 24 East. Clay following described property:
against said estate in the office County Florida, and Part Tract 3
MOTELS wife JOANN property as a Cemetery Addi- beginning of Creighton
CONDITIONING BOATS Y. CARUSO, his ; 660
AIR South feet thence West Sly
of the county judge of D. CARUSO, unmarried. tion: feet to the Point of Beginning. Forest, Unit 2, according to
Clay County, Florida, In the Commencing at an iron set thence North 50 feet thence run plat recorded in the Public

TV MARINAHwy MARINA MOTELAPTS. courthouse at Green Cove Defendants. in the easterly right-of-way West feet. thence 100 feet East thence 100 feet South backto 50 Records of Clay County, Florida -

ABC INLET Springs, Florida. within, six NOTICE OF SUIT line of Florida State Road No. Point of Beginning and containing in Plat Book 4, pages 35

17 Orange Park FOR RENT calendar months from the date THE STATE OF FLORIDATo 21, where said rightofwayline pursuant%to-acre the more Final or Decree less. of I and 36, and being more par.

RALPH F. MILBERGEB of this : JOANN D. CARUSO unmarried intersects the north bound- Foreclosure entered In a case ticularly described as follows.
of the first publication
By Week MonthU.
STORAGE WET & DRY or line the pending in said Court the style
of aforesaid south For of beginning
ary point commence -
notice. Each claim or demand of which is Mid'State Home. Inc..
REFRIGERATIONAND CROSBY BOATS S. 17 North half of Section Six, and run a Florida corporation Plaintiff at the intersection of
must be in writing and must Route 7, Box 157 vs. Jessie I Jefferson and Inch Jefferson :
EE-ZY TRAILERS
in direction along the line of
a southerly his wife. Defendants and westerly boundary
AIR CONDITIONINGService MERCURY ENGINES PHONE 284-3605 state the place or residenceand Charleston South Caro- said right-of-way 12.6 feet to the docket number of which Is U. S. Highway 17 (State Road

post-office address of the lina a fence corner; thence North No.WITNESS 3509. my hand and the official No. 15). and the southerly
claimant and must be swornto YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 89 degrees 58 minutes East seal of said Court this 2Sth boundary line of CreightonRoad
SALES & SERVICE PACKAGE STORE '
AUTHORIZED "FEDDEKS" by the claimant his agent, that a suit has been filed along a fence, 538.03 feet for a day of February.GEORGE 19(3.CARLISLE and run thence South 6

Sale & Service CO 4-9835 or his attorney, or it will be- against you and HENRY R. point of beginning, said pointof Clerk Circuit Court degrees, 31 minutes 30 seconds

Home Phone 284-0780 PAUL'S come void according to law. CARUSO and PATSY Y. CA- beginning being the North. By: Vivian Deputy H. Clerk Sohm, West along the westerly boundary -
14 1963. east corner of the original Harry M. Hobbs of U. S. Highway No.. 17
BOOKKEEPD'GBEIDIAN February RUSO, his wife In the above- for
Business Phone 284-6381 Attorney Plaintiff
of Jacksonville
tract Memory a distance of 870.73 feet;
All Legal Beverages JOHN HENRY GILL. entitled cause and that you are 211 JacksonTampa
Gardens; thence continuing 2. Florida thence run South 89 degrees
Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. Executor of the Estate of required to file your Answer March T. I9U
E. REED along: said fence North 89 degrees 28 minutes West a distance of
Duval County Line LaMira Alvarez Gill deceased with the Clerk of this Court 58 minutes East 2089.77 LEGAL NOTICEIN 300 feet:. thence North 6 degrees .

AGiN'S Bookkeepingand North of Orange Park and to serve a copy thereof feet to a point on the east line 22 minutes 50 seconds

Refrigeration Tax Serrlce First publication February 21. upon the Plaintiff, or the of said Section Six; thence CLAY THE COUNTY CIRCUIT, FLORIDA COURT OF East a distance of 907.59 feet

And Air 1963. Plaintiff's Attorneys, whose South 01 degree, 21 minutes, IN CHANCERYNo. to the South boundary line of

ConditioningSERVICE 400 W. Walnut St. PIANO SERVICE THOMAS & PIERCEAttorneysatlaw name and address Is: KNIGHT 20 seconds East 1306.70 feetto BETTY R. GANT. SS Creighton Road; thenee run
Phone 284.6721 KINCAID POUCHER & HARRIS the Southeast corner of the Plaintiff South 83 degrees 28 minutes

1112.Barnett Bank Build- Northeast U of the Southeast -a. 30 seconds East along the
GEORGE WEEKS FREDERICK GANT,
Green Core Springs 203-205 North Temple Ave.
U of Section Six thence South South line
Jacksonville 2 ; Defendant i boundary of Creigh.
ing Florida
Chrysler Alrtemp Sales PIANO SERVICE Starke Florida 89 degrees 31 minutes 30 seconds NOTICE OF FLORIDA-TO SUIT ton Road a distance of 300 feet
later THE STATE OF :
not than March 18. 1963.
Authorized Philco CABINET WORK Tuning Repairing Feb. 21, 28, Mar. 7. 14, 1963 West along the south line Pl Service If you fall to do so a Decree of said V. V. Section 1333.82 031, Det. 2, 3rd Platoon, list Military hearing is called! regarding
Police CoAP.O.. 287. New
PHONE 284-827S Pro Confesso will be entered feet to the Southwest corner of the the
LINSLEY WOODWORKS LEGAL NOTICE York New York. Notice of Appeal by applicant -
Day Ph. 284-3680 Box CO Hibernia Rt. against you for the relief demanded said U % Section; thence YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED for a variance on a
that a suit has been filed Against
Custom
Night 2813"92S. Cabinetry Green Cove Springs In the Complaint.This North 62 degrees 15 minutes you In the above entitled cause Building Permit on the following -
Palmetto Office, Bar and Store Fixtures IN TilE COURT OF THE suit is to foreclose a 20 seconds West 888.33 feet to and you are hereby required to described property:
plaintiffs aUornf'Ywhose
serve upon
Cabinets Bldg. Hardware COUTY JUDGE, CLAY COUN- mortgage. The real property the Southeast corner of said name and address appear Lot 74, ,Block I, Doctor's Lake
Green Oove Springs REAL ESTATE TY FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.IN Original tract of Jacksonville hereon. your written defenses. If Estates Subdivision.
Plywood Plastic Laminates proceeded against Is: any to the bill of complaint In
RE: ESTATE OF Memory Gardens; thence North said ,suit ,copy of which is delivered All parties in interest and citizens
FILL DIRTCHERRY Phone Bus. 284-3223 CLARENCE B. LAZETTE Lot 7, Block 9, MEADOW- 00 degrees 02 minutes West to you herewith on or before shall have an opportunityto
BRUCE MARMADUKE MUN- '. A.D. 19 U.
Phone Res. 284-3803 BROOK. Unit No. 2. according 903.07 feet to the point of beginning April Herein fail not or decree. pro be heard at said time and
Highway 17 North Llseensed Broker in SELL Deceased.To to plat recorded In Plat containing 59.74 acres. confesso will be entered against place.
the relief in the -
for prayed
& LOVETTDragLine Green CoTe Springs Green Cove Springs all Creditors and Persons Book 6, pages 12 and 13. All parties in interest and cit- you bill of complaint. CLAY COUNTY BOARDOF

Since 1037 having claims or demands public records of Clay County izens shall have an opportunityto BEING THE FOR NATURE DIVORCE.OF SAID SUIT ADJUSTMENT

Dump Truck against said Estate: Florida. be heard at said time and WITNESS my hand and the coal HERBERT H. MORRIS,
APPLIANCESJim Homes Farms Acreage of said Court at Green Cove
LIGHT DOZIER WORK You and each of you are WITNESS my hand and seal place. I Springs, Florida, this 1st day of Chairman
CLAY COUNTY ZONING March. A.T 1543. February 28, March 7, 1983
11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 !
notified and to
CLEAN FILL DIRT Carter Appliance hereby required of said Court at Green Cove COMMISSION GEOROR I* CARLISLE

Shell Clay Service, Inc. present any claims and demands Springs, Florida, this 9th day JAMES E. CROWL (Seal) By:Clerk Vivian Circuit H. Court Sohm LEGAL NOTICEIN

FREE ESTIMATES UPHOLSTERERS which you. or either of of February, A. D., 1963. Chairman Deputy Clerk THB CIRCUIT COURT Of

PROMPT DELIVERY A. F. BakerRefrigeration you may have against the estate (COURT SEAL) February 28, March 7, 1963 Frank Scruby M.& Tones Scruby CLAY OOUNTYhr CHANCERY

& of BRUCE MARMADUKE GEORGE L. CARLISLE Attorney for plaintiff NO. am
Courteous Service BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP I Orange Park Florida SARAH T. PEARCE
Air Conditioning Service MUNSKT.Ti deceased late of CLERK OP CIRCUIT LEGAL NOTICEIN March 7. 14. 21. 28, 11(3 Plaintiff
Phone CO 4-6311 1400 W. Idlewild Ave., said County to the County COURT "*!*.
PEARCE,
also all THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LEGAL NOTICE COY
Res. CO 4-0867 Phone 284-3505 Defendant
Judge of Clay County. Florida. By Grace M. Carlisle

TV. E. (Ernest) Cherry Major Appliance Repairs Green Cove Springs; at his office in the court houseof Feb. 14. :21, 28, Mar. 7, 1963. CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDAIn Chancery NOTICE OF FORECLOSURESALE THE STATE NOTICE OF OP FLORIDA SPIT -TO!

General Mgr. Washers Dryers Seat Covers Panels said County at Green Cove Case No. 3579 BY CLERK COURT OF CIRCUIT Coy DanA"E. Tflxa.Pearce, 3702 Cole Avenue,

Doctors Inlet, Fla Phone 284-3542 Auto TopsUpholstery Springs. Florida. within six LEGAL NOTICE MARGUERITE R. CAMBURN, that NOTICE the undersigned IS HEREBY George GIVEN L. YOU a suit ARE has HEREBY been filed NOTIFIEDthat againstyou
S Lining calendar months from the time Plaintiff Carlisle. Clerk of the Circuit in the above entitled cause
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Sofas ChairsCushions of the first publication of this Notice, is hereby given that vs. Court on of the Clay llth County day of Florida March serve and you upon are plaintiffs hereby required attorney to

notice. Each claim or demand the Commission HOWARD H. CAMBURN, 1IU. during the legal hours of .whose name and address appear
S I Clay County Zoning sale at the main door of the hereon written defenses. If
I i. I IOPPOHUNJfl KNOCKS HEREMiscellaneous I shall be In writing, and shall will hold a Public Hearing Defendant Court House of Clay County, Florida any to your the billet complaint In
In the City of Green Cove delivered
NOTICE OF SUIT said suit, copy of which Is
Income Tax Service state,the place of residence and on March 21, 1963, .at 8:00 Springs. Florida, offer for sale tn yon herewith. on or before
post office address of the o'clock p.m., in the County Commission THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:: and sell at public outcry td the April 8. A.D.
18 Years Experience Chambers of the Howard H. Camburn, highest and best bidder I for cash Herein fall lUJt or decree pro
claimant, and shall be sworn to Clay the following described propertysituated confeaso' will be entered againstyou :
County Courthouse, Green Cove General Delivery, In Clay County, Florida, for the relief prayed *o the
For Rent Short Forms $2.00 by the claimant, agent, and/or
to-wit:
New Jersey ft complaint.
: Springs Florida for the Waretown, bill
attorney, and any such claimor purpose One square acre in the NW THE NATrRB OF SAID SUIT
I Long Forms-$5.00 up of hearing objections, if any, to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED corner of the East half of the BKINO FOR DIVORCE.
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom TV SER"ICEnrtlme Don demand not so filed shall be rezoning the following described that a suit has been filed NE>.4 of the SWH of the SEU \VITNSSft my hand' and the el
of Section T. Township South
t'said Court at Green Cove
Jiouse, newly painted inside and Woollard. Phone 2849615. Reasonable Rates for Business, void. property, from its present Agriculture against you-in the above entitled Range 21 East. Snrlngs.! Florida this 4th day of
Real Estate. Rentals. Etc. S/ PERLA GOUCHERAs Zone to Intermediate cause and you are hereby required From the SE corner of the Starch. A.n.1IU.! .
:out, reasonable, large yard, appliances Otfe above described aere of land. GEOR01 t. CAHM U!
: furnished. Call Penney Executrix of the Last Business (BA Zone), except area to serve upon plaintiff'sattorney and using the corner marker as (Seal) Clerk CIN'II't Court
FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- PAUL REMLTNGER Meadowbrook Subdivision whose name and address the point of beginning. KO West BT VIviAn H. {ebpnDeputy
:Faints, 5298211. 20tfc Will and Testament of known as 60 feet; thence North 210 feet; Clerk
mowen. $15.00 and up. l'tlcGre' 8645 Roosevelt Blvd. BRUCE MARMADUKEMUNSELL. Unit No. 4, as described in appear hereon, your writ- thence Rut (0 feet thence Sam B.: WllconAttorney

FOR RENT 2 houses, furnished Welding & Radiator, 520 N. Orange Park deceased Plat Book 6, Pages 46 and 47, ten defenses, if any, 'to the bill South beginning.210 feet County to the point Florida.pursuant of. ->'t rs,,,...for-t Plaintiff'.If.. Building
one 1 .bdr. and one 2 Orange Ave.. Phone 284-3163. Public Records of Clay County, of complaint in said suit, copy oc the Final Decree of Jacksonville. '
First publication February 21st Florida of which is delivered to your Foreclosure entered In a case )[ Florida14. t!. 1*. Hit
bdr., extra nice, freshly painted 7tfc CAREY'S TRADING POST : 1 pending: in said Court. the styleof -_
1963T. A parcel of land in Sections herewith, on or before April which is Mid-State Homes. Inc..
Inside and out. phone 529-
FOR SALE-15 ft. upright G. E. WE BUY SELL TRADE J. JENNINGS JR. 6 and 7, Township South, A.D., 1963. TII.a Florida Charles corporation A. Walters and Plaintiff.Rath
Farms. Sltfc
5291, Penney Freezer $175. FOR RENT, OR Three locations: Attorney for Above styled Es- Range 26 East and Sections 1 Herein fall not or decree pro M. Walters his wife Defendants

FOR RENT 3 room furnished SALE 4 bdr. CB house. Call 15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-328(1( tate and 12, Township 4 South confesso will be entered againstyou in the Is and N..the. Stl docket". number of which I I _
with bath. 100 West 2849708. 28.2p Range 25 East, described as: for the relief prayed WITNFSS my hand and the of'
apt. S Warehouse & antiques old Green Cove Springs Florida Begin at the intersection of bill of complaint.The tidal seal of said Court this 28th

St. phone 284-3213. 21tfc Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. Feb. 21. 28, Mar. 7, 14. 1903 the North line of Spencer'sRoad nature of said suit being day of Febnmrr.GEORO J u 1163.CARLISLE I _

FOR RENT 2 bdr. unfur. house, SMALL EQUIPMENT C "BIG TOP" tent Blanding with the West line of for divorce. Clerk By Vivian Circuit H. Court Sohm I-
cire. heater, gas cook store located FOR RENT LEGAL NOTICE State Road No 21, said inter- Witness my hand and the seal Deputy Clerk y.
Blvd. At Ridgewood at Green Cove Harry M. Hobbs
05 degrees of said Court
South
between Sr. & Jr. high section bearing
You name It, We have it Attorney for Plaintiff -
schools near Kayo station, phone McGee's Welding & Radiator Furniture & appliances at iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 02 minutes West 1120.15 Springs, Florida, this 21st day 211 JacksonTampa Florida :-
CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn feet from the intersection of oT February A.D., 1963. 2.
284-9233 or 284-9727. 4tfc 520 N. Orange Phone 28431637tfc bargain pri2s 8tf March T. tin
GEORGE L. CARUSLE,
ChanceryCase said west line with the West
No. 3578 line. of said Section 7, thencerun Clerk of Circuit Court LEGAL NOTICE

'For Sale _Real Estate \ ST. JOHNS: MOBILE HOMESInc. GLADYS M. EADEH on the North line of Spen- VIVIAN N. SOHM
SEWING Expert Seamstress
Plaintiffvs. cer's Road North 67 degrees Clerk of Circuit Court As of this date. February 14.
Coats Dresses, Draperies, West to T. J. Jennings, Jr.
seconds
26 minutes 10 1963, I will not be responsible
FOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet Curtains. Phone 284-3159. tfc We Will Trade for Your Car,I FRED S. EDAEH a point 650 feet from the cen- Attorney for PlaintiffP.O. for any debts made by anyone

DeLuxe overhauled and paint Furniture, Diamonds, or Anything -, j I Defendant terline of State Road No. 21 at Box 372
ed. Excellent condition. 1963 of Value on a New Mobile NOTICE OF SUIT measured perpindicular to said Green Cove Springs, Florida other than myself. f: II

tag Included. Price $200 cash. JONES & HALL, NURSERYNow Home. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: centerline, thence Northerlyand Feb. 28, Mar. 7, 14, 21, 1963 John H. Blocker
Feb. U 21 28, Mar. 7. 1963
,
Phone 284-4795. 21 tfe Fred S. Eadeh, parallel with said center- LEGAL NOTICE
Open 7 Days A Week ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, '' 4519% Delta Street line 6100 feet plus or minus, toa

Come Out Browse Around Inc. San Diego 13, California point of the South line of Notice is hereby given that the
FOR SALE
YOU HEREBY NOTIFIED Lot 1 of said Sec Zoning Commission,
See Our Stock 6263 Roosevelt Blvd.EV ARE Government Clay County
HOUSE (Large Grounds) that a suit has been filed tion 6, said point being 650 will hold a Public Hearing on
Highway 13 South of New 4-5584 against you in the above entitled feet from the centerline of Thursday, Mareh 21, 1963, at 8:00o'clock I __IJ J- _
_
Household furnishings Bridge, turn right at Collecove 2.14 tIc cause and you are hereby re- State Road 21, as measured p.m., in the Clay County 1 -I-

Store. follow signs. quired to serve upon plaintiff's perpindicular to said centerline Courthouse, Green Cove Springs, r-
ANTIQUES SITUATIONVA.YrED attorney whose name and address thence on the South line Florida, for the purpose of hearing '- :

appear hereon, your .written of said lot North 89 degrees objections, if any, to issuing
4540 Clinton Ave. FOR SALE Couch, matching Situations Wanted-Will care for defenses if any, to the bill 42 minutes 10 seconds East to a permit to comply with Section

.Jax. S. Side I platform rocker coffee table and 1 or 2 children 3.6 years for of complaint in said suit copy of the centerline of State Road 1, and Section 2, Paragraph 2.4,

end table complete for $50.00. working mother. Phone 2646959. which is delivered to you here- No. 21, thence Southerly on of Article XVI of the CJay} Coun-

Phone 284-3298. 5c' with, on or before April 1 A.D., said centerline 6530 feet plus or ty Zoning Regulations, namelyto

REAL ESTATE INSTRUCTIONSMEN I minus, thence North 57 degrees use the following described _
1963.Herein
COLORED buyers, Have two FOR SALE-New Mohawk 4 ft. AND WOMEN NEEDED i fail not or decree pro 26 minutes 10 seconds property as a Church Youth

houses in Middleburg, semi-fin mower with 3 point hook-up WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE confesso will be entered againstyou West to the Point of Begin Camp, and for the constructionof I

ished pay like rent house and lot. $250.00. Also gas stove and gas No experience necessary, grammar for the relief prayed in the ning.Also a Tabernacle:
Mr. Raymond, 3646 Candy Tampa refrigerator $12.50 each. Phone school education usually bill of complaint.The a part of said Section A part of the south half of

39-2121, collect. Feb. 284pFOR 284-3369. 7c sufficient. Train at home Nature of said suit being 6 described as begin at the intersection the northeast quarter of Section -
now for divorce. of the centerline of 34, Township 8 South,

SALE-7 Room House 4 CARPENTRY additions, eabl for Jobs with Security. For details Witness my hand and the seal State Road No. 21, with the Range 23 East, and more par-

Bedrooms-$7,500. 419 West Bay nets, garages and miscellaneoushome send name, address of said Court 'at Green Cove South line of Government 1, ticularly described as follows:

treet. Low down payment. Easy repairs. Phone 2843369. phone no. to: NATIONAL Springs, Florida, this 21 day of of said Section 6, thence run on Begin at the northeast corner
monthly terms. Phone 2843938. 7-14c TRAINING SERVICE. BOX C. February A.D. 1963. said centerline North 01 degree of the southwest quarter of the

tIc Clay County Crescent. SI-I fla GEORGE L CARLISLE, 19 minutes East 2639.45 northeast quarter, run thence

Clerk of Circuit Court I feet plus or minus, thence on east 93 feet to the right of way
t4-4-IItfliII-I4 I M IIl1IIlIII4I i +IipIIi4ltiiII I I +. -ltItltiII-L$4i-14Ii-1 111I ESTILLE RIDLEY line of said Section Railroad thence
the north of the GS ft F IN FLORIDA
I Ernest J. Jacobs 6 westerly 777 feet plus or minus along the right of way in a

: I L AREA}BUSINESS }DIRECTORY! I! Attorney for Plaintiff thence on the west line southeasternly direction 231 BEER IS A NATURALAs

203 Law Exchange Building of the East H of said Government feet to the point of beginning,
. .. ._. . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .Jacksonville Florida Lot South 01 degree 14. thence west 1,542 feet to a

Feb. 28, Mar. 7, 14. 21, 1963 minutes 15 seconds East stake, thence south 100 feet to natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from

FURNITURE DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENTAMERICAN 2638.84 feet plus or minus, a stake, thence east 1,502 feet which It Is brewed, beer Is Florida's trt: I ienal beverage of

I AIR BASE FURNITURE CO. HELP WANTED thence on the south line to a stake,thence northwestern- moderation.light, sparkling dcHcJous.

Fine Furniture EASTERLtXQ G PHARMACY Colored Woman desires Domestic of said Government Lot north Iy along the right ex way of And naturaBy Florida's Brewing I Industry .Is proud to be a

Carpeting Appllancce OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Work. 420 Park St. Green Core. 89 degrees 42 minutes 10 seconds the GS & F Railroad 120 feet major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For

Complete Home Furnishing Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E. Jones Jr Owner 7e East 659.84 feet to said to a stake at the point of be example the Brewing Industry Is responsible for mWons of

SOW Roosevelt Bird. Point of BeginningAH ginning. dollars paid annuaBy to Florida farmtrs for pulpwood to be
Jacksonville EV 7-4011 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists In BUY OR TRADE parties in interest and citizens AH parties in interest and cite made Into cardboard boxes and cartons. MillIons more are

TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equip- For Your Used. Mobile Home shall have an opportunityto and izens shall have an opportunity spent for other Florida materials! and services. In Florida
be heard at said time to b* heard at said time and
ment Top Dollar Paid. Big Allow. beer belong...enjoy It.
I Pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries plaee. place
Air Stream for Travel Complete Line of Greeting ance on Your Coach to Trade. CLAY COUNTY ZONING CLAY COUNTY ZONING

Used Trailers-Bank Financing Cards Call EV 4-5584 Collect.ST. COMMISSION COMMISSION tI:>. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.

k CO 17 Rcoserelt Blvd. 2032 Blanding Bird., JOHNS MOBILE HOMES I .JAMES E. CROWL JAMES E. CROWL \ I
2055-57 Park St. Jacksonville FLORIDA DIVISION
I BUTTS MOBILE HO 1ES. CiO Inc. Chairman Chairman

:. EVS-8578_ JacksoavllU XT.t..07It E .I.IJI' 1 tfe Pebr&sy28Msrch1a63 February 28, March 7, 1N3 -- ':T-

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I K- H Church News I The Garden Lakes Club MeetsThe Of [ Keystone Socials I II WOMAN'S MEET TUESDAYThe CLUB TO Women's Golf Association 1


COMMUNITY CHURCHThe I the President, L. R. Brault on business meeting of theWoman's

ninth Annual Silver Tea March 1. Plans were made fora Garden Congratulations to Covey Whil- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drieselof Club will be at 2:00
of
Club the Lakes Has Team
of the Community Church will beheld Steak Supper to t. held on met last Thursday. at the homeof I den, son of Co., and Mrs. Albert, Lawrence, Mass., arrived on o'clock on Tuesday, March 12. I Play Tourney

in the Educational Buildingon April 20. More announcementsabout Mrs. Herbert Nelson. The Whilden, who won his Eagle Scout March 1 to spend their month at An Executive Board Meeting will

Thursday, March 14, at 2:00 this later. meeting called Award at the Alachua District White Feather Court an an- precede the general meeting at On Monday, Mar. 4, in the played from scratch, with play
sell was to order and Scout Court of Honor in nual vacation for them for the 1:00 o'clock, at the Educational into flights
Do you have something to the invocation read Boy second week of Team Play Tour- ers being placed according
the
p.m.GuestArtist musician Miss on cons'gnment, or something to was by February. Covey was one cf past ten years. Recently Mr. and Building of the Community to their first day scores.
president, Mrs. Richard Vogh. The naments of the Keystone Heights
Driesel
Sarah Perry of Jacksonville will donate to White Elephant Shop three boys awarded the highest Mrs. spent a pleasant Church. This is a very important Entry fee will be $10.00 per per-
minutes of the previous meetingwere i time touring Europe via Eastern and members should Women's Golf Association two
present Musical program, featuring Furniture is most in demand at Scout Honor. meeting, son. This will include a social
piano and harp selections, the present. At the White Ele- read and confirmed, by the I Airlines, in observance of attend and take part in amend- teams tied for first place with a hour and dinner for contestantsand
secretary Mrs. Emery Cooperand their Golden Wedding Anniver- ing the Constitution, Article II,
both classical and semiclassical.Miss find Furni- their husbands escorts.
or
phant Shop one can Congratulations also tol ss total of 18 points each. They were
the treasurers report sary. Dues read "The Annual Dues
was to :
is also an accom-
Perry and memberof ture, Kitchen Wares, Household given by Mrs. Lena Clemens. It Carroll Baker, daughter of :Mr. shall be $4.00" delete same No. 1, with Eva Hall, Elva Stead- Spectators are invited, and
organist, a
plished the Jacksonville Symphony Items, Appliances, Shoes, Summer was announced that in the near and Mrs. Bill Baker for winningtop The State Future Business to read "The Annual Dues shall ham, Fay Mangel and Lois Olson, these two tournaments could make
I and Winter Clothing, Infants honors with her Prize Bull some fine watching for two days!
Orchestra.Mrs. future the development of a way Leaders of America Conventionwas be $8.00, payable at the October and Team No. 3,with Gena Chriet-
R. N. Sunderland, Gen- Wear, Toys, Heaters, a little of side park would be a reality. The Lightning,-so named becouse he held in Jacksonville on Feb-!1 I business meeting". "Treasurer
everything. On March 16, a truck offers, Jane LaCoste Zee Tolles
eral Chairman, with Mrs. David garden club members will be was killed by lightning. When ruary 22 and 23. Students attend- shall notify delinquent members
Nelson assisting as Arrange- will call at your home to pick up responsible for the beautificationwith others might have given up. Car- ing the Convention from Key- February 1st" Delete to read, and Corrine Louth. Murrhee

ments Advisor, has announcedher whatever you have for the shop. the planting of shrubs, and roll started allover again, and stone Heights were Billy Carnes, "January 1st. and for prospective In third place was Team No. 5 Insurance Agency

committees. Mrs. Barry Wy- The Catholic Club is also plan- flowers. came out on top. Steve Shackleford, Nancy Sutton, members .this section provides as with 15 points; in fourth place,.

man is in charge of reservations, ning a Paper Drive. Other chur- :Mrs. Sam Gardner was in Linda Norris, and Dianne Brokas. follows: 'NewIembers whose Team No. 2, with 7% points; in I

and as this is a "Seated Tea", ches have found this a good source charge of the program. The sub- We are glad to see Janet Lamm Sponsor of the Local K.H.S. Clubis dues are paid after April 1st fifth place, Team No. 4, with 6 BFSAFE! CARRY i

it is most important that all of income, so save your old mag- ject was Horticulture. A film back in circulation again after Commercial Teacher, Mrs. shall be given credit" for the en- points, and Sixth Place, Team No. ADEQUATE

those attending make reserva- azines and newspapers, and they review was shown and given in her bout with the flu. Christine Croft. suing fiscal year. 6, with 1% points.
tions by name, not later than will be called for. The raise in the dues was a INSURANCE ,
detail on the proprogation cf The
Monday, March 11. Seating capacity For only 25c, you may enjoy motion passed by the member- Monthly Luncheon was
is limited, and the com- coffee and doughnuts or sweet- shrubs, and flowering pot plants.A A lot of Keystoners missed Ves- Linda Norris, Jackie Fox, Ren- ship at the January meeting, in held at the home of Mrs. Freda i

mittee wishes that everyone be rolls after Sunday Mass. This has question and answer period fol ta Aiken's regular visit last week. nie Johnson, and Janie McMurtrytook that the decision of the Amend- Wyman! following the play.: After See: RICHARD MURRHEE

accommodated. Call Mrs. Wy- been a pleasant time for the last lowed. Vesta also had the flu we hear. it upon themselves to prove ment Committee be accepted, lunch, the monthly business meet- Agent

man at 34956. Park of the three Sundays. Refreshments were served by On Monday of this week, she was that they weren't "panty-waists,'" they having decided the changeas ing was conducted. The ladies

Palms friends may call Mrs. Sunday, March 10, is Holy the hostess. able to get to the regular play, and walked to Gainesville from above stated. At the Febru- discussed the Inter-City Play Phone 473-4786

Gerald Culberson at 3-4129. Name Sunday. luncheon, and business meeting, Keystone Heights on Saturday. ary Business Meeting, Article IV tournaments for a 9-hole course.: Keystone Heights Florida
Mrs. Walter Grolick is refreshment Women's Golf Association Nominations and Elections, found could not
Stations of the Cross are held BOY :SCOUT Nli\\S of the Their progress was noted by an- They they get
chairman. She will be change in months to read: "Busi- into Inter
Lent at 7:45 until five of the Country Club. nouncers on the various Gainesville an City Organization
assisted Mrs. Albert Whilden during p.m. Twenty Boy Scouts of of Club in March"delete
by Radio Stations who also ness Meeting having 18-hole course members.
Mrs. Arthur Mannering, Mrs. 8:15, each Monday evening. Troop 105 of Keystone Heights to read "February" and
Jesse Huckert, Mrs. Marxhall Keystone Heights and St. Wil- held their first Camp-out of the Keystone Lions will hold Ladias' sent words of encouragement.They .-. "report to Club at the Busi- They discussed the proposednew PHOTOS BY KOZAThe

Gallup, and Mrs. Francis Egan. liam's, will be well representedat New Year on Friday and Satur- Night on Monday, March 11, at returned to Keystone on the ness Meeting in April ." De- club charter, and appointedJane

Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh will be the St. Augustine Deanery N. day, Feb. 22-23, at their Camp- the Masonic Hall. This is alwaysan bus. Not mentioning any names, lete to read "March". These LaCoste and Fern Garter Hilltop Photo Studio

in charge of table arrangement.Mrs. C.C.W.Ieeting in Jacksonville on site on Crystal Lake. enjoyable occasion.On we must say we were surprisedin changes will be acted upon at I I to present a recommendation for We will! cover

William Reynolds will be Wednesday, March 13. Any lady The boys worked on their Saturday, March 9, the view of the fact that at least the March 12 meeting when several minor changes to the TOUT

decorating the Stage. Mrs. wishing to attend should see Mrs. campcraft and advancements in Civil Defense Unit No. 1 of the one of the quartet-perhaps two nominating committee chairman, meeting of the Board of Directorson Photographic needs for
the mornings, and after lunch, Defense Dept. will -can't walk to school in the March 15.Keystone .
Charles Hinck will decorate Lena Clemens immediately.The Clay County Mrs. Harold Sutton, will an- Portraits. Weddinrs. Church
Guest Tea Tables. Mrs. James Men of St. William's Holy each patrol took part in relay hold a Benefit Bar-Be-Que Pig mornings, and wait for Mama to nounce the Slate of Officers. Re- Country Club Pro Les

Cook will be Chairman of Host- Name Society are invited to attend races and broad jumping. They" Supper at the Masonic Hall, transport them! peating for membership infor- Stephenson is planning a Pro- Social and FraternalAnd
also took
esses Pouring Tea, namely Mrs. Mass in Starke on Sundayas and part in sawing logs starting at 5:30 p.m. Donations mation, "Nominations may be Lady tournament for March 19. All Other OccasionsFor

Bert Christoffers, Sr., and Mrs.J. guests of St. Edward's Holy letic clearing field. an area for an ath- will be $1.00. COMMUNITY made from floor provided con-" This is a new type of tournamentand

Azzie Williams. Mrs. Charles Name also in- CHURCH sent of nominee has been ob- has been done around
Society. They are never Appointment Call
Titus, assisted by Mrs. Carl They were assisted by Jr. lUt;.. 'S CLUB MEETSIt tained before meeting is calledto
vited to Breakfast in St. Edward's Leaders as follows: Assistant Last Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. here before. Entry fee is $20.00
Stringer Mrs. Alma Frost and order". Election will take GENE KOZA
Hall afterward. Mass will be at Senior Patrol Leader Marshall Robert P. Crossley of Stamford, was again Ladies Night at for each team. A team will con-
Mrs. Floyd Koons, will have the place at the regular business
8:00 a.m. Beam, Senior Patrol Leader Tom- Conn visited their aunt, Mrs. M. Community Church Men's Club, sist of one Pro and three ladies.A .
Guest Book. Waitress Chairmanwill meeting in April. Hostesses for
Bird and Halle Whitmore and her daughter Feb. 25. Herman Schroeder Pro 2849268GREEN
enter teamsas
Scout
my Eagle Rich- may as many
be Mrs. Joe Wildt, assistedby the March 12 meeting will be
ard Jean who live on Keystone showed a film on cake decorating he
ST. ANNE'S CHURCHThe Mooneyham. desires.
Mrs. Libby Campbell. They Mrs. G. E. Wiggins, Mrs. F. M.
Scoutmaster Lake. had been attendingthe an art he perfected and employed '
They COVE
will also usher guests to the tea Episcopal Churchwomen Barry Wyman Schroeder, Mrs. Ray Chance, and And on March 20 and 21, a two- SPRL"'GSNOW
tables. Waitresses will be from will hold a meeting on Thursday, thanks the following for helping automobile races in Daytona in his business while living Mrs. Anna James. day Ladies Invitational will be r

the Senior Youth Group: Car- March 7, in the morning.The with the Campout:-Dennis De- Beach a business and pleasuretrip in Baltimore, Md. Folks
Mission Board will meeton Witt, Charles Tolford, Thomas for Mr. Crossley, who is the know Herman and his wife for
roll Baker, Kathy Williams, Car-
Elmore and Max editor of POPULAR SCIENCE their active interest in commu-
at 8:00 Moonneyham. I
ol Gardner and Jo Wildt. Mrs. Wednesday evening
Francis Egan is in charge of MAGAZINE.On nity life. Mr. Schroeder is Past' SEE WHAm NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SSUPER
p.m.Choir Practice is held President of Rotary, while Mrs.
publicity. Reservation chairman every WOMAN'S
wishes it understood that names Thursday evening at 7:30. On CLUBLUNCHEON the week-end of Feb. 22, Schroeder (Margueritta) is Past SPORTS-that's the only name for seats. It even offers a new ComfortiIt steer.

must accompany reservations.ST. Fridays, the choir meets with MEETINGThe :Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koons of Presideni of Estrellita Club. To- them! Four entirely different kinds of cars ing wheelthat positions right where
their chicken you
Woman's Club Luncheonon gether they operate -
Mr. Ralph Copeland and all the Twin Lake were paid a surprise
to choose from, including bucket-seat con want it. B The new Chevy II Nova SS
WILLIAMS CHURCHThe other choirs from the Community Feb. 26 in the Educational visit by their cousins, Dr. and business at Half Moon Lake
Church and the First Baptist Building of the Community Mrs. Wally and Dr. and Mrs. near Hillerest. vertibles and coupes. And most every one has its own brand of excitement. Likewisethe

Holy Name Society held a Church for practice on the Joint Church had a rare and challenging Andrews from Albuquerque, N. Circle 5 of the Community can be matched with such sports-car type turbo-supercharged rear-engine Corvair

special meeting on Feb. 26, at Easter Service Music. program. Preceding the Mexico. Churchwomen Organization pre- features as 4-speed stick or Powerglide Monza Spyder and the all-new Corvette

which time they discussed a num- Lenten Services will be held luncheon, President :Mrs. Julius pared a fine dinner. Mrs. Ber- transmission, Positraction, tachometer, high Sting Rays. Just decide how sporty you

ber of things which were acted each Wednesday evening, with [ Hanson had guests introduced by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle have tha Jones is Circle Chairman. performance engines, you name it. B If you want to get, then pick your equipment and
upon on March 3, their next meet- coffee and discussion host-members. There They were assisted by Mrs. Walter want the luxuries of full-
afterwards. I were seven had house guests, Mr. and Mrs. your spice plus a power-up to 425 hp in the Chevrolet SS,
ing date. Lenten Sunday Services will bea guests some prospective club George Quinn of Liverpool N.Y. Grolick, Circle 3 Chairman, as sized family car, try the Chevrolet Impala including the popular Turbo-Fire 409 with
The Catholic Club held a pro- combination Prayer Service> and members, and some winter visi Mrs. Lee Gaunt was out of town.
The Kyles and Keystoners Mr. SS. It's one of the smoothest road runners 340 hp for smooth, responsive handling
ductive meeting at the home of Holy Eucharist. tors. One of these, :Mrs. Paul I and Mrs. Francis P. Egan are that ever teamed up with a pair of bucket in city traffic. 'optional at extra cost
Teel of Arcadia, Indiana, and all from Syracuse, and the The Stewards of the Community -

I wintering with her husband at Quinns were mutual friends. Church will meet Monday

the Holiday Beach Apartments, They all attended the Estrellita evening Mar. 11 at 7:30 p.m.

A "Let the Rest of the A offered the Blessing. The covered Supper on Saturday evening as Mr. A. F. Crosby, Chairman, will

dish luncheons are alwaysa guests of Mr. and Mrs. Egan. preside. -
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many special and unusual foods Mrs. Lyda Few is the house Community Church women and -

array the cafeteria-style table. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few interested friends might like to

Mrs. John Karges, Program and boys on East Lakeview Drive. send their Foster Child in Hong

Recreation plots near the swimming hole Chairman, introduced the Speaker Mrs. Few, who is Bill's mother, Kong, China, an Easter Card. It
Charles A. Titus, formerly is from that 'will take
happy to get away lie by Regular Mail,
$675.00 up if and the kids aren'ttoo Associate Professor of History
you Arkansas snow! and should be sent to: Ho Kwong
and Head of the Department of
Hing, Lutheran Primary School,
lazy to walk couple blocks.
a Social
Studies at New Jersey Mr. and Mrs. George M. 124, c/o Christian Children's

State Teachers' College. In his Schaeffer and Martha Jane were ", Fund, 21 Chatham Road, Kow
very concise and factual addresson dinner of Mr. and Loon
Sunday guests Hong Kong, China.
See Us for your Real Estate Needs "The Constitutional Crisis in Mrs. Jim Gaboardi and family ,.

Government", ,_ he immediately of Melrose. I
challenged Women of today to ESTRELLITA CLUB SPONSORS .
_
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S. E. -
McKAYKeystone "Keep Informed, Know what is Mrs. John Ruffini returnedlast CHICKEN; ; IIINNLKMasonic ;

going on, Ask Questions, and week with her two daugh-
then Act." There Lodge Hall was a well
were questions
ters after a nice visit of two and
Heights
Phone 473-4810 from the members. Several ad- patronized spot in Keystone
one half months with her familyin
mitted they knew little of our Heights last Saturday evening,
Jamaica. John there for
Constitutional Rights. Mr. Titus was March 2, when the members of
Christmas, but returned after 3
prefaced his talk with the Estrellita Club sponsored the
weeks in order to go to work.
immortal quotation from Patrick Fried Chicken dinner. Eastern

Henry "Give Me Star and Melrose Masonic Lodge
: Liberty or
Mrs. J. E. Carswell of Green
Give me Death! Members were able assistants.
Cove Springs has been spendingthis
MIXED GREENS Luncheon Hostesses were Mrs. There were many friends from
ARE GOOD
ALL YEAR week with her sister, Mrs.
Whitney Wyman Sr. I Hawthorne, Waldo, Gainesville,
Mrs. Thos.J. .
O. J. Murrhee Sr. of
Keystone
LONG..ESPECIALLY WHEN iHEV'REFIVE I and Starke with week-
Hawes, Mrs. L. F. Brown, and together
TENS AND TWENTIES!JIf Mrs. Bert Christoffers, Jr. Heights.Mr. enders at lake cottages attend-
ing. It was a most successful
and Mrs Ray Tomney of
WM. RAYMOND HENDRICKS project. Everyone especially en-
TELLER Liverpool, N.Y., were recent 1
William I joyed and appreciated tLc quick
i Raymond Hendricks,
over-night guests of Mr. and
75 years old, a former resident and bountiful servings-on "real
Mrs. Louis Kyle. The Tomneyswere
Rideout I dishes" (No plates). Es-
of died at his home in their to Revera paper
Lake Butler after long illness on way trellitas say a heartfelt "Thanks". -
Z I a Beach for a vacation. r
last Monday.He Estrellita regular monthly : .
{ meeting will be at 2:00. -
p.m.
is survived by his widow,
We are happy that the Woman's -
March 13, at the Masonic Hall.
Mrs. Cora Hendricks
of the
Club has taken it
tI1t I home; a son, Alton Butler, of themselves to sponsor a return upon Hostesses will be Mrs. Charles
$ King and Mrs. William PInon.
Winter Haven three
; daughters, engagement of the Local Talent T4
Mrs. Ethel Batten of Jacksonville
Vaudeville Show. When they hadit ; :

\ and Mrs. Bertha Joyner in Melrose on Jan. 19, we anda GIRL SCOUT NEWS
x :; s and Mrs. Lois Joyner, both of lot of others had to miss it

Winter Haven. He also leaves because there was the Annual Under the Leadership of Mrs.

I three brothers, R. L. Hendricksand Meeting of the DuPont Mining Richard Lovorn and Assistant

Solee Hendricks, both of Employees Credit Union on the Leader, Mrs.J. W. Kingsbury, the

II Green Cove; and Jesse Hen- same evening. Incidentally, first patrol of Girl Scout Troop

dricks, of Jacksonville. Also sur- here's a tip for Woman's Club 190 had a Cabin Camp-Out at

viving are eight grandchildrenand ticket sellers: Be sure to contact Bradley Cabin on Twin Lakes on

eight gretat-grandchildren. all DuPont employees and Feb. 15 and 16. 14 girls attended.

I Arrangements for services tad their families who didn't get to Leader Lovorn and AssistantMrs.

not been completed late Tuesday. I go the first time! Libby Campbell directed a

Camp-Out on March 1 and 2 at

it's not convenient for you to get your 5's, 10'sor Springs. Ten Senior Scouts of
Troop 70 attended.
REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
20's to the bank during hours KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDAC. Both Intermediate Troop 190
our open rely on Uncle and Senior Troop 70 will have a

Sam's "tried and four-day Camp-Out March 14 Pictured from top to bottom Conett Sliny Ray Conrcrtible. Coma llmza. F ri-l r f" Tre; Ckery 11
true" and bank by mail. through 17, at Juniper Springs. Nero. OO SS Coupe Chevrolet Impala SS Coupe. Super Sport and Spyder,qr.t,.: cp' ,rat at extra cott J
Leaders will be Mrs. Richard Lovorn

I I I Mrs. J. W. Kingsbury Mrs.
Fremont, Tolles, and Mrs. ThOMaS, See four entirely different kinds of_ears at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom t
.
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Garnar. &


MEMBER' F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSTHE Monday Senior at Troop 7:30 pjn.70 meeta at St. Anne'sParish every ROBERTS G1 EVROI.ETOrange

FRIENDLY BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY ; Intermediate<< Troop 190

J. "Pete" O'Connor meets at 3:30 Friday afternoon
P.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297 every -
and Park
at SLWilliam'a Hall. Green Cove Springs>> Phone 284-3033
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