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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 14, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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37; NO. 11 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, THU RSDAY, MARCH 14, 1963 10 CENTS PER COPY \



P. O. Safe Driving Awards The Search Is On: Miss Clay County Entrants Designers & Builders CommissionersFavor

Who Will Be Miss Invited To Meet County


Clay County? On World's Fair

.
The search is on for Miss Clay w: Display designers and builders Acquisition Of
have been invited
to a meeting
County. The 7th annual pageantwill
t
April 9 at the Florida World's
be held on Saturday evening,
Fair
Authority headquarters to
March 30th at the Green Cove
learn details about the State's
Springs Junior High School Au-
ditorium. Entrants will display exhibit at the New York World's Green Cove Naval BaseThe
Fair in 1964 and 1965.
talent and will be judged in ,
W. L. Stensgaard, Authority
swim suits and full length
Executive Director said the
gowns. 4rr Board of County Commissioners on Monday voted
meeting will open at 2 at
This year in addition to prizes 307 Poinciana Plaza. pm. I to support the state's acquisition of the former naval baseat

.,y offered by many merchants and Stensgaard said that, "We are Green Cove.
interested citizens the Pepsi-Cola setting aside Tuesday afternoon, The resolution requested the state not to use the facili-

Company will present a $200.00 April 9. 2-3:30 p.mas open ties of the 1500-acre installation as a penal institution or
4u, scholarship to Miss Clay Countyfor house for all Florida designersand an insane asylum. !t'-
the furthering of her educa- builders of exhibits de-
who Copies of the resolution, intro- County and the surrounding
tion. i vf sire to first hand information
-fir get duced by Commissioner Louis L. counties will be best served by
P about the manner in which they Huntley, of Orange Park, have the State of Florida acquiring
can be helpful with individual ex- been sent to GoV. Farris Bryant, said property for Industrial
Southern Bell "' uses,
hibits that they may design or both Florida's U. S. senators, it is therefore
produce for their clients in the Congressman D. R. \
Matthews
,
Gives Report On "RESOL"ED by The Board of
Florida area at the New YorkWorld's
A 4 members of the state cabinet and County Commissioners of Clay
Shown above left to right are Richard Sapp (our favorite pest- Years ExpendituresSouthern Fair"Florida officials of General Services Ad County, Florida, in session this

master), Hudie Bell, Talmadge Stuckey and Louis Lynch. Mr. will occupy a 3.12 acre ministration.Text day assembled that said Boardgo
site with
a 500 foot front
Sapp presented these men last Monday morning with Safe Driving Bell Telephone] Com- Meadow Lake. More than 18 mil-on of the resolution follows: on record as supporting and

Medals awarded by the Post Office Department for safe driv- pany reported this week a record- lion persons are expected to visit "WHEREAS the Board of endorsing the efforts of the Stateof

ing in the line of their postal duties. Mr. Bell for 18 years service, breaking expenditure of $347 r ; av the Florida site during the two County Commissioners of Clay Florida in its effort to acquire

Mr. Lynch 9 years service and Mr.\ Stuckey for 2 years service. million dollars for improved and 7 seasons. County, Florida] has learned of the Naval Station property
expanded telephone facilities in L4L The Executive Director explained the proposed purchase by the for Industrial uses and that a

1962. that a representative of State of Florida, of the naval copy of this Resolution be for-

The Company's 1962 Annual the Authority's architects and station property at Green Cove warded to Congressman Matthews

GI Insurance Dividends Report received here today says Sandra Stump engineers will be present to as- Springs, Florida, and and Senators Holland and

last year's construction expen- sist in answering questions. The "WHEREAS the Board of Smathers, of the Florida delega
diture topped the previous highof architects and engineers are County Commissioners aforesaid tion, and respectfully ask that

320 million dollars of 1960. t Pancoast and Connell, Miami, have learned that the state pro- said facilities be not used for

Be Held To Ensure The Company's investment in with Ed Grafton as coordinator.In poses to use said property as an prison and/or asylum.
May plant, at original cost, now ex- inviting Florida display Industrial Park and for locationof "DONE and RESOLVED this

ceeds 3 billion dollars.In builders to the headquarters, Industry thereat, and 11th day of March A.D., 1963.

the Report, President Ben Stensgaard pointed out that the "WHEREAS the said Board CLAY COUNTY BOARDOF

Gilmer says the Company's Authority will sell space to Flor- believes that the best interestof COUNTY COM-

Future PaymentsVeterans growth continues to be faster ida industry, agriculture, education all of the people of Clay MISSIONERS"

than the national telephone transportation, hotels and

growth and that the record :,', motels, tourist interests, cities

may make their an- Credit Option and works the construction expenditure shows :. ,. t < :" '<, '. RK-, and counties. Each exhibitor will Six County
nual GI insurance dividends work same as the Deposit Plan exceptit the Company's confidence in the : /.. have complete responsibility for Clay
region and the people in it. '> design construction, installation,
for them, either to insure non- has a built-in protection for d '.
lapse of their policy because of the payment of any premiumsthe Southern Bell's payroll' for its "f maintenance, and operation of
veteran to employees amounted to 350 mil- .' t' his own exhibit.In .
late premium payment, or to might forget pay
build up an interest-bearing- before the grace period expires. lion dollars, not including 82 mil- F x pledging complete coopera- Students To Graduate
posit. This account also draws interest lion dollars paid by customers in tion of Authority headquarterswith
and the veteran can draw from federal excise taxes. Total taxeson each exhibitor the Execu-
Now that all veteran policy- 'it. Under both these plans, each telephone averaged three .x a v tive Director commented, "We
upon
holders have received payment of the dollars and twenty-eight cents are greatly interested in the best
insured's death the
principal
their a speeded-up 1963 GI insurance program dividendsin during beneficiary receives any moneyon ($3.28)) a month. possible over-all results for ev- From Univ. of Florida
who in the
eryone participates
deposit in addition to the in- Some 409 thousand telephones
January, they have nearly a year
I Florida World's Fair area and
added the
surance.A were during year,
whether want sub-
to decide they
dividends paid in cashor third plan is called the Pre- bringing the total number of of course, we desire that Florida Six Clay County students at the University of Florida
sequent
left with the Veterans Administration mium Option which authorizesthe telephones served by Southern 2, Ap have, if possible, the best exhibitof will be among the first students to be graduated under the
the World's I
in
state Fair.
under one of three VA to use the dividend to- Bell to more than 8 million. The any trimester system from the University of Florida.

plans offered ward payment of future premiums Company operates 1,575,000 telephones Degrees have been granted* -

B. ;(:*GANNON, Officer, in the policy.on the Under anniversary this plan date thereis of in Florida. v W }atea n County To without ceremony to 645' students Joe Pate Martin, Jr., MED.;
John Tucker, Southern Bell's
Charge, VA Office, Jacksonville, in anticipation of one formal -I Willie Edward Maugham.\ BSA,
with interest '
deposit ,
no nor
explained the three plans avail Jacksonville District Manager, Get $36,000State commencement convocation both of Doctors Inlet; Michael
..
the veteran draw from it.
can
said, "Southern Bell will spend
that for all graduates each academic
able to GI policyholders No more dividend paymentswill I Lee Adams, BAR; Glen Milton
will insure keeping their policiesin be due GI policyholders this approximately $78,000,000 on Comptroller Ray E. I I year. Starnes, BSB; Jeanne G. Starnes,
force and, or, build up an in- since in to the construction to continue expan- Green announced today checks The first formal convocation BAE, all of Keystone; and Rich-
terest-bearing deposit just like year President to, help response boost the sion and improvement of tele- for $36,000 are being mailed to under the new system is set for ard M. S. Hatcher BEE, of
econ-
in a bank. phone service in Florida during Donna Revels each of the 67 counties. The the University of Florida May 4 Green Cove Springs.
of the the VA
nation
paid
omy 1963. This amounts to more than
is the counties' share of at 2 and will include gradu-
p.m.
First is deposit plan where money
a million in 1963 divi-
$237 regular
6% million dollars a month, or
asks the VA Insur- the race track tax. ates of the fall and winter tri-
the veteran
dends and $90 million in
a -
ance Center holding his policy toP dividend to about five special mil- over" $255,000 every working Green said each county has received mesters. Classes for the winter I Fleet Reserve To
day. $4,500 during the session end April 12. Graduatesof
leave his future dividends on deposit lion veterans during the first more
where it will draw interest.He four weeks' of January. Here in Jacksonville, Southern current fiscal period than for the third, or spring, trimester Have St. Patricks
draw from the account, Bell expects to add 43,850 telephones the same period of the previousyear. will be included in the Com-
can Normally, policyholders do not
but only be from I.1 and spend some $9,109- mencement Convocation of 1964. Day DanceThe
P deposits can receive their regular dividend
policy dividends. Should he get I the month of the anniversarydate until 000 to provide for growth in the .:....,.,\;. Total race track tax collected For the fall trimester which

in a tight spot, he can authorizethe of their policy, which: area, stated Tucker. And with .z.> ...-" thus far this year is $7,906,000, ended Dec. 21, 529 completedwork Fleet Reserve Club will
VA to pay a premium for him spreads the payments out over a the addition of each new tele- j. an increase of $301,500 over the for baccalaureate degrees, hold a St. Patrick's Day Danceat
from the fund. 12-month period, Mr. Gannon ex- phone, added Tucker, the usefulness previous fiscal period. 96 for masters' degrees and 19 the clubhouse on :March 16th
of the service to each of our The state has received approx- for doctorates, and one specialist from 8 o'clock until-The publicis
A secoM plan is called the plained.
customers is increased since it ". imately the same amount from in education.The invited to attend. McGee's
enables more and more people to :. the tax. Clay graduates are: Band will furnish the music.

50% Of Local Homes call and be called. "< 4
The Annual Report cited the
I outstanding teamwork of Bell i DuPont Company Has Successful YearSales I

System people in filling the huge '
Under 10 Years OldHow
communication needs of the mili-
e New record highs in sales and high paid in 1961 and that in of films continued to ex-
tary during the Cuban crisis. No i
earnings made the year 1962 addition, dividends paid by Gen- pand. Cellophane is still the most
incident in recent
much of Clay County's an- For its size. Clay County hada single years eral :Motors on the distributed popular but the company's polyethylene ] -
the Re- "one of the meet successful
required more in
nual economic activity is due to high rate of new constructionin urgency shares were the equivalent of $1 film had the highest
housing construction? How does the 10-year period. It amounted -, port stated. the ICO-year history cf the Da per share of Du Pont common. growth rate. Commercial pro

the local production of new homes to 180 dwelling units per 1,000 z' Pont Company," Lammot da! He reiterated that divestiture of duction: started up on a new wea

compare with that in other partsof residents, based on average local Comptroller Greene Pont Copeland, president, said the General Motors stock must ther-resistant film.

the country? population. today in his first annual reportto be completed by February 28, Sales of finishes were "sub-

Answers to these questions are This compares favorably with Reports Feb. Sales the company's more than 230- 1965 and it is contemplated that stantially higher" than in 1961;
contained in reports issued by the the rate reported for the United :. all or substantially all of the 40 there was "gratifying" acceptance -
U. S. Department of'Commerce. States, 96 units per 1,000. In the Tax CollectionsState 000 stockholders. The company million shares remaining will be of "Dycril" photopolymer

They show, for every city and South Atlantic states it kas 116 maintains a large mining opera- distributed to holders of Du Pont printing plates which went into

county in the nation, the numberof per 1,000. Comptroller Ray E. tion in the southern end of Clay common. commercial production; and increased -

new dwellings erected over a What did this volume of con- Green reported today February County.In The physical volume of Du demand for pigments resulted -
sales tax collections based Pont sales 11 cent in expansion of facilities
struction add to in terms of on was per greater -
period of 10 years. up a of "heightened a-
January business totaled $16- year than 1961 and the index of for titanium dioxide.
local ? On the basis of
economy tivity throughout the company,
Locally, the amount of such
393,960, increase of five selling prices averaged
an one
per per Plastics sales "again moved
the sales
of
average price new, the sales increase was felt by"practically
construction and the changes that cent or $794,824 over the same cent lower than 1961 and 12 !
per upward, as stimulated by dcttlopraent -
houses dur-
non-farm regionally all" of its product;
have been wrought by it are im- period last year. Sue McCormick cent lower than the peak in of new end-.ses and the
ing the decade, itamounted to an lines. Volume was up, the pre
pressive Then viewed in per- estimated $46,272,000. Green said February collec- index was (!own. 'Construction 1953. introduction of improved prod-
spective.The I tions fell short of the estimatefor investment ucts. New and
forms
Its effect, because it stimulated expenditures for plants and teo- Average gross operating types ct
+ reports show that no less 'activity in allied fields was several the month by $299,480. t oratories went up to a new highof went up seven per cent i products were introduced to meet
than 3,615 dwelling units in Clay times that The Comptroller added, however $245 million, a record expected to $3,341 million for 1962 from I specific market needs and production -

County, or 50.4 percent of the great. that total collections for T .(, KpRt J to be surpassed in 1963, the $3,121 million for 1961. Mr. facilities are befog ex..
present total of 7,164, were built the current fiscal year is $123- estimate for 1963 expendituresnow Copeland said, "To provide adequate panded.Mr. .

since 1950. Flotilla 10.5Announce 789,449, or less than one per cent being in the range of $350to service to customers in to- Copeland said that "basic
Many old houses were torn under the estimate for the pe $400 million. day's highly competitive econo- research is continually supply

down in connection with this Plans riod.Total The 1962 accomplishment was my, it is necessary to carry greater ing us with new concepts and
increase in sales tax collections and costly production
building and re-building surge. F '! "especially notable in view of the more new materials the primary
How many is not stated. Irving Horejs, Commander of for the current fiscal 3 continued 'price-cost on capacities and more working requisites for growth through diversified
result of these period is 6.10 per cent over the squeeze capital to meet peak sales] de industrial restores."
As a changes, Flotilla 10-5 of the U.S. Coast industry and the loss of incomeby "
the occupancy rate per housing Guard Auxiliary, announces plans corresponding period of the pre- divestment of some 23 mil- mands. Expenditures for pioneering research -
vious fiscal. An increase of eight He noted substantial construc-
unit locally now averages 3.1 per- for classes in Boating Safety, lion shares of the company's investment excluding the eoet of lab-
percent is needed to meet budget tion expenditures made
were oratories and equipment
sons. Throughout the country as starting on Wednesday evening, in the common stock of were
requirements for the for production of textile fibers, about
year. Ml million feat
a whole the average is 3.4 per April 3, at 8 o'clock in his home : the General Motors Corporation," year.
collections didn't do rubber
"February synthetic
photographic Du
I Mr. said. Pont has also Mea enlarging -
unit.Various at 1360 Kingsley Ave. I quite as well as we had hopedfor Copeland products, plastics, and films I its business abroad, he said.
factors are listed as Flotilla 10-5 has been -recently but I feel we are still in a As announced previously, sales among other products. Total foreign business amounted
responsible for the spurt in home organized, and replaces Flotilla good position to make the eight of $2,407 million were 10 per Discussing product trends Mr. I to $388 million compared with

building that took place in the 4-10, which has been de-activated. per cent increase," Green said. cent over 1961 sales of $2.191 Copeland said sales of fibers $M8 Bullion in 1961. Foreign

1950-60 decade. Austin Drinkwater is vice-com- "I said last month that there million. Earnings after taxes "were at a very good level" with operating investment at the eiH
Primarily, it stems from the mander of the new Flotilla, Jim I were strong indications of a good k f3 from Du Pont sources were $310 prices generally steady for most. of 1962 was approximately $44U

desire of most families to have Kearney is training officer, and tourist season still to come, with million or $6.73 a share of com- Nylon markets continued to ex- million. ,

places of their own. This desire Mrs. Herbert Morris is secretary-I heavy bookings for February and mon stock as compared with pand and the company is "well Sales from plants of subsidiaries -
they were able to gratify as their treasurer. I March. This has been supportedby $263 million or $5.72 a share in into" a broad nylon program of and affiliated companies

incomes grew larger and as mort- Anyone interested in enrollingin I stories in the press, which { 1961. Earnings from General new product development, modernization abroad increased 10 per cent during -

gage financing became easier. It the Boating Safety class, or: also reported the outlook for Y Motors dividends came to $%.87 and capacity expan- the year and were more than
April as good." per share as compared with $3.16in sion "to meet expected growth double
brought home ownership within in becoming a member of Flotilla those of five years ago.
The Comptroller also 1961, the decline resulting in the business the
their reach. reported during next Mr. Copeland pointed out that
10-5, is urged to contact Mr.
from the distribution of "
that February gasoline tax collections July few these
years. plants were built to retain
Nationally as a result, some Horejs at CO49742.
General Motors stock to Du Pont
totaled $11,992,248.:! an He also noted the growth of markets developed by Du Pont
63 percent of the families now
increase of $854483, or 7.66 common stockholders. Despitethis other fibers and favorable
per pros- exports which otherwise would
own their own homes as against Lucille Ford Circle To Meet _
1 ii the total after-tax earningsof
cent over the comparable month pects for two new textile products have been captured by competitive
55 percent in 1950. It is estimated The Lucille Ford Circle of the last year. Du Pont climbed to $9.60 per just recently out of the local maavfactorers.

that an additional 10 to 12 First Baptist Church will meetin Gasoline tax collections for the share from $8.88 in 1961. pioneering research stage-spun- Despite growth abroad, Du

percent have sufficient income the home of Mrs. Mary Pacetti, year total $87,458,349 up $5- Mr. Copeland pointed out that bonded products of "Dacron" Font's 1962 exports Increased to

and savings to become home owners 506 Grove Street on Tuesday, 029,510 or 6.10 per cent over the Sandra Undencood the dividends of $7.50 paid on polyester fiber and a heat-resist $266 raiOton for the year from

if they want to. March 19th at 7:30 o'clock. previous year. -l'hoto.)7.: Sou the common equaled the record ant fiber, i {192 million ja 1061_ _



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Paid AdvertisementTHE Paid AdvertisementTexts I Paid Advertisement j Paid Advertisement I Paid Advertisement
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\Ita" mnunt" of the resolutions refer- I motes the industrial and cultural ed sale is contrary to the wishesof Douglas J. Hopkins, E.. H. Van
COMMITTEE OF ONE HUNDRED red to in the letters follow: development of Clay County, a majority of the people of Ness, Richard Murrhee, Frank
Florida which includes the hir- Clay County, and that said pro- Carlisle Herman Reed, FrankW.
"I hold the maxim no less applicable to public Clay County RESOLUTION ing of a full time competent sec- posed sale will be detrimentalto Brown, Jr., G. A. Smith, Joe

than to private affairs, that honesty is always the Green Cove Springs, Florida WHEREAS the Legislature of retary whose duty it will be to the industrial development of Brown.
the State of Florida enacted in promote Clay County in every Clay County, Florida, in the Clifford Geiger, George Davis,
best policy. WASHINGTON March 7, 1963 the law an act designated as regard as the Board of County years to come and that said pro- Frank J. Caneva Harry Blackman -
GEORGE Honorable Edwin G. Fraser Senate Bill 1243 Chapter 61- Commissioners of Clay County, posed sale will hinder rather than Fred Berries Jr., Tal-
262 South College Street 1735, 1961, General Laws, where- Florida, may see fit and it is help industrial development of madge Stuckey William P.
. ITLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTSCRISIS 1 Florida by the Legislature decreed the further Clay County, Florida, now there- Heney, Louis L. Huntley, Hirris
Macclenny:: ,
Board of County Commissionersof RESOLVED that the Honor- fore be itRESOLVED Long, Warner Simons, E. S. J.
IN OUR CITIES Specifically the State needs to My dear Senator: Clay County would appropriate able Edwin G. Fraser, Senator by the Clay Coun- Young, Donald Fisher Hoyt Cot-
By Secretary of State Tom Adams I do four basic things to assist our I wish to thank you for attending the meeting of the Committee and expend $5,000.00 from from Clay County and the Hon ty Committee of 100, Inc., acting ney, H. G. Cassons Charles L.
municipalities: First we need to of 100 Friday evening; March 1st. I was impressed by several any unallocated race track funds orable S. D. Saunders, Repre- by and through its Executive I Helm W. G. Shumaker E. L.

Florida's cities need help. make a detailed considering study of municipal anticipated -- points that you brought out in your speech- accruing to said County for ad- sentative of Clay County are Board, that it expresses its objection Bryan, Alfred Wells, R. D. Waiker. .

Suffering from growing pains problems problems as well as those 1. That you did not try to force a Hospital on the people of vertising purposes, and requested to amend said act to to the proposed sale of .
brought on by an unprecedented !facing us today. Clay County, instead you wanted them ,to have a chance to WHEREAS, the act further provide that the Board of County real property which is presently Leonard Wolfe, A. P. Jarrell,
population explosion, hamperec by Second we should take a long, voice their opinions-either for or against- provided that said funds wouldbe Commissioners of Clay County, owned by the Clay County De- Ray Starnes, E. T. Martin, A. E.
inadequate financing neglected by I hard look at the entire tax structure 2. That you mentioned characters in the Bible, which leads me paid over to the Chamber of Florida, will appropriate and ex- velopment Authority, as proposed Anthony, Homer Custead, William .
the state government which created from the local level throughthe to believe that you are a Christian- Commerce, andWHEREAS pend $10,000.00 rather than $5- by the Senator and Repre- Hatcher Dr. Charles M.
them our cities are findingIt state level for adequate and 3. That publicly chose the side will in the there are several 000.00 from any unallocated race sentative of Clay County, and Rogers. Gorden R. Sandridge,
increasingly difficult if not impossible equitable taxation is essential to you you support fight Chambers of Commerce in Clay track funds accruing to to said be. it further Roy Gnann H. Plant Osborne
to meet their mushrooming between the city and state relative to the acquisition of the County, and the act is indefinite County for advertising purposesand RESOLVED that the Honor- James T. Tison, Jr., Roland
needs. naval base- any other purpose which able Edwin G. Fraser Senator Townsand Henry Lutins, W. W.
Theult is a nagging pressing -I Third there should be developed An article appeared in the Jacksonville Times-Union, February andWHEREAS the Legislature of promotes the industrial and cultural from Clay County and the Hon- Bowen Sparks Jones, Sr.
problem not simply for the a clear state policy of setting 9, 1963 stating that you had suggested the selling of all land (1296 the State of Florida has attempted development of Clay County orable S. D. Saunders, Representative Olin S, Howard, William Wl
communities Involved, but for the I aside on an orderly, long-range acres) to pay off the indebtedness of the Clay County Development to give away public Florida, which includes: the of Clay County are her George R. Gammage, Hubert
state as a whole since nearly 75 basis large tracts of unused landsin Authority. Please allow me to make these suggestions: funds to an undetermined or- hiring of a full time competent each requested not to introduce Murphy, Harold Knowles,
per cent of the ..eiti7 ns of this and around municipal areas. 1. Let us use the same theory that you used in the plans for the ganization andWHEREAS secretary whose duty it will be legislation which would in fact James Knowles, Dr. W. A. Mason
gt- + reside in citi. These lands could later be used Hospital! : the to promote Clay County in every abolish the Clay County Develop- R. T. Carlisle Karl Tucker .
nless help Is iurtncoming for rights- f-way. airports water- Clay County regard as the Board of County ment Authority useful instrument George Carlisle Alvin M.
as a -
and soon these irritating problems way developments recrmtion. and (a) To call for a mass meeting of all the people of Clay Committee of 100 Inc.. acting
Commissioners of Clay County, in enticing new industry Suttle, Mervin Knowles, S. H.
may soon turn into full- other public uses. County to be held in one of the football stadiums (your by and through its executive Florida
may see fit. into Clay County. Wyman, Charles McCall, M. L.
Fourth end finally we should choice board> believes that said act is
fledged crises which could ham- )-
Done and Resolved this 7th
day DONE AND RESOLVED this Beseley N. Watson Hardenburff,
per orderly growth of our statein create administrative machineryat (b) I will meet both you and Mr. Sam Saunders on the same contrary to the wishes of the majority of March 1963. 7th day of March 1963. Henry Brodowski.
the that lie the state level to provide con- of the people of Clay
important years platform and inform the people of Clay County of action CLAY COUNTY CLAY COUNTY L. M. Showalter, Louis N.
and assistancein
ahead.It i Uniting leadership County, and that said act fails to
an municipal affairs affectedby taken by the majority of Directors of the Clay take into consideration the desires COMMITTEE OF 100, COMMITTEE OF 100, Lynch, John McGoughey NealJ.
is clear how that hard the cities alone will state action.Establishing County Development Authority when the Executive Com- of the votes of Clay County, Inc. INC. Westcott, J. H. Rowell, J. H.
they
matter try.
no be unable to solve these prob such administrative mittee (composed of three members each of the De- and said act appropriates fundsto By: C. W. SCARBROUGH By C. W. SCARBROUGH Nepveux, A. C. Lee, J. L. Lytle,

lems. It Is equally dear, both froma machinery placing it under status velopment Authority and the Committee of 25). attempted an indefinite organization Chairman Chairman John McKinley, Richard Spenee
moral and practical standpoint, would enable state government to : to formulate plans that would. allow Clay County to without the consent or the approval Attest: C. J. O'CONNOR- ATTEST: C. J. O'Connor ThomasFloyd Gnann.
that help must come from the carry out its proper role of as- acquire the basec of the Board of County Secretary.RESOLUTION Secretary. John Wilkinson, C. G. Failing,
sistance to our cities. A working COMMITTEE Marvin Green, Charles E. Harris,
state which created these cities.or Commissioners thus removing OF ONE HUN-
could thus be devel- ( ) To allow the Committee of 100 to present their plan,
partnership the decision of what WHEREAS the Honorable Ed- DRED. CLAY COUNTYMEMBERSHIP Joseph Linares, G. D. Stokes B.
with' other too long this has State hoarded, along its oped to solve problems in the which is to find a purchaser and pay off the builderof group, or organization can person best win G. Fraser, Senator from Clay W. Symonds, Allen D. Frye Lee

sovereignty,states has failed to assume areas of finance, transportation the plant that was constructed for the Eclipse Plastic utilize these funds from the County and the Honorable S. D. E. M. Brinson Sidney F. Bur- N. Duncan, Charles McGlade, ()
Its responsibility to the cities. This traffic congestion the Integrationof air Corporation, thereby ending a suit that would cause Board of County Commissionersof Saunders Representative from via, F. G. Carter G. W. Doyle, Myron Prevatt T. O. Durrence
failure has opened the door to road and and street programs disposal salt adverse publicity and save for Clay County approximately Clay County, Florida which Clay County, have both indicated H. E. Everley, J. H. Gill, Ar- Howell J. Blalock, C. B. Mosley,
overtures by the national govern water pollution intrusion sewage fresh water conservation 1300 acres of land that will be worth a fortune in the is contrary to public policy and they intend to introduce leg- thur Hatcher, Ivey Hatcher, R. Ernest Atkins, Archie Padgett,
ment to by-pass the State by establishing planning and recreational next two to three years.d detrimental to local self-deterb- islation in the forthcoming session E. Hogarth, J. B. Huntley LouisB. T. B. Millican.Little .
direct relationships with' facilities to name but a few. ( ) To ask Governor Bryant to appoint some new Directors nation of how public funds are of the Florida State Legis- Huntley R. E. Lee. M. C. Hay-
the cities. However, the State alone cannot -Clay County Development Authoritye to be expended, lature whereby the sale of the hugh O. B. Nail, Albert Nelson.C. .
and NOW THEREFORE BE IT real property presently owned by J. O'Connor, J. H. Pace Dr.I League
This is a disturbing perhaps and should not attempt to develop ( ) Allow the people of Clay County to decide whether not
even a dangerous trend. For if solutions to all urban problems.State or RESOLVED by the Clay County the Clay County Development R. M. Paterson, Howard R. Baseball To Start
we either by Inaction or apathy government must respect they want your anticipated bill presented to Legislature.Let's Committee of 100, Inc., acting by Authority would be required and Scott, F. W. Strickland, W. R
force our citizens in the cries\ to properly constituted municipal not give a newspaper another chance to say that and through its Executive Board WHEREAS, the said property Weigel, Jr., J. M. White Jack There will be an organizational
look to Washington for everything government and avoid the pitfallof we do things here in Clay County and tell the people that it expresses its objection to owned by the said Clay County Wilkinson\ John P. Hall Allie meeting for the 1963 Little
we will lose to a distant bureau- attempting to do all things for about it later- the required appropriation of Development Authority is of Ivey, Walter G. Odum C. W. League on Thursday evening,
cracy the opportunity to controlour all people. 2. Please allow me to refer to Matthew 22:21 "RENDER public funds to a special group great value not only materiallybut Scarbrough Lindsay Walker, Ed- March 21st at 7:30 o'clock at
own destiny. By working together in such away THEREFORE UNTO CAESAR THE THINGS WHICH ARE whose entity is not definite and also to the future industrial ward Wiggins, Luther Wilson O. City Hall. All parents of eligible .
The time is long past due therefore local and state governmentcan CAESAR'S"-COuldn't we get a message from this Terse of whose purposes are not subjectto development of Clay County, J. Murrhee, Jr., O. J. Murrhee, boys and anyone else interested
for us to establish within the form a true partnershir for scripture T the control of the Board of Florida andWHEREAS in this civic venture are
framework of our state govern-. good communities and good government : said is Sr.Jim
County Commissioners of Clay property Norton Jennings Murr- asked to be present.At .
that will (a) Isn't it possible to have a Political and a Civic organization -
ment machinery that will permit a partnership County, Florida, and it is fur- located in a strategic locationfor hee, George Amara, Luther Rho- the present time Green
us to solve our own urban problems secure foi all of us the blessings of in Clay County! I believe that every progressive industrial development, and den, Paul E. Reinhold, Anne Cove Springs has six sponsored
in the manner desired by our: a bright and abundant future that county in the USA has at least two organizations.b therRESOLVED
that the Honor- is and will be helpful in enticingnew Reinhold, P. R. Beseler Rex teams with fifteen boys on each
own citizens. our citizens expect and deserve. ( ) It is theoretically and physically impossible for a political able Edwin G. Fraser, Senator industries into Clay County, Smith, Jr., Hugh E. Smith, team. Help is needed to efficiently

---- organization to continue its strength and growthand from Clay County and the Hon- Florida, andWHEREAS David Talbott, Richard Sapp I* operate these teams for
Bleach Containers at the same time make decisions for the good of a orable S. D. Saunders, Repre- the proposed sale H. Lancaster, Charles W. Agin, the youth of Green Cove.
County County and its growth. So, let's render to the political sentative of Clay County, are of said property is detrimentalto Clarence Lazette, Frank Morea, Tryouts for boys not previously
Needed At Clay HighThe organization that which is political and to the Committee each requested to amend said act the development of Clay County Leonard Murphy.Joe members of teams in the
of 100 that which is civic. We can afford to represent to provide that the Board of Florida andWHEREAS K. Cooper, Hervey Robinson Little League will be held at the
Servicemen Clay High Student Council every one in Clay County since we do not have to County Commissioners of Clay the Clay County Joseph L. Mincher H. P. Little League Field starting at
will conduct a house to house play politics to be re-elected. Our executive board (27 County, Florida may use said Committee of 100 Inc., actingby Tomes Louis'. McKee T. J, 4 o'clock on Monday, March 25th.
funds for advertising purposesand and through its Executive Jennings, Jr., W. E. Strickland, All boys interested are requestedto
I Ellison V. Clark, Jr., 20 son of drive for empty plastic bleach members) is composed of a representative of each of 13 any other purpose which pro- Board believes that said propos James H. Carey J. C. SaPP. be present at that time.Iin .
Mr. and Mra. Ellison V. Clark, containers on March 14. This driveis recognized communities of Clay County, a representative -

Sr. of 4126 Collins Rd., Orange to help with the Civil Defense of every Civic organization in Clay County (with
the exception of one).
Park Fla., is undergoing nine program at Clay High. Please
Enclosed please find two Resolutions that have been drafted by

weeks of basic recruit trainingat contribute Council some containers Representativecomes whena the Executive Board, Committee of 100, and as this is an organization the open test that t tears 'em apart..the Daytona 500 ..
Student
the Naval Training Center, OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE -

Great Lakes, Ill. to your house. we humbly ask that you and Mr. Sam Saunders acting in this

spirit, do honor these Resolutions by introducing a Bill and an J

outlined Amendment in the in Resolutions Legislature attached.which would accomplish the purpose Ford durability conquered the field.

Very truly yours
TAX ASSESSOR'SNOTICE C. W. SCARBROUGH, Chairman


CWS/bb Committee of 100 1st,2nd,3rd,4thand 5th : t


COMMITTEE OF ONE HUNDREDClay


County ..
IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 19, CHAPTER 1. COMPLIED -
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GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA. ACTS OF 1930, I Green Cove Springs, Florida

WILL BE AT THE FOLLOWING NAMED PLAES ON THE March ,1, 1963

DAYS AND DATES STATED HEREIN FOR :THE PURPOSEOF Representative S. D. SaundersSt.

RECEIVING TAX RETURNS ON ALL REAL. PERSONAL Johns Avenue

AND INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY. Green Cove Springs Florida

Dear Mr. Saunders:

MARCH TUESDAY We appreciate you attending and speaking at the meeting of y f hr} !I Ali iI! l I t ..

Pet. No. 4 10:00.10:15-Cla Hill SchoolMARCH.27WEDNESDA the Committee of 100 last Friday evening, March lit. I't

You, like Senator Fraser, left no doubt as to stand that you u 1t
) will take in the fight between Green Cove Springs and the State in t 41, e '.''

acquiring the naval base.

Pet. No. 8 lOOO.10:2G-Oransre: Park Town Hall (a) We wonder if you know, the Federal Government has

Pet. No. 12 10:30.10:45-Lh'incatln Service Station stated it will cost 250 thousand dollars a year to main- .!W .

PcU No. 2 2:002:15-Doctors Inlet Civic Club tain the base.b .

Pct. No. 3 2:453:00-Middleburg Community. Center ( ) Do you believe that any group or all groups in Clay Coun-

Pet. No. 9 3:153:30-Voting Place ty are as capable as the Florida Development Commission t.
in bringing industry? The Commission brought to

Florida in 1962-716 industries-we did not get one for
MARCH 28-THURSDAY
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Clay County.

Pet. No. 5 10:0o.10:1S-Stricklandl Store (c) Could you answer the question-Why should Green Cove JJ IMr..b

Pet. No. 6 10:30-10:40-Belmore Voting Place Springs want to obligate itself for $750,000> plus main-

Pet. No. 7 11:00.11I5-Ke1stone Heights, Town Hall tenance cost, if this industry could deal through the Florida rr s.uwwww..rrr '
Commission?
Development
Pet. No. 11 4:004:15-Penney Farms Voting Place
(d) We are not as interested in who owns the base as wear

in the assurance that it will not be salvaged and win it
TAX RETURNS MAY ALSO BE FILED AT MY OFFICEIN
be used for the best interest of all citizens of Clay
THE COURTHOUSE UNTIL APRIL let, 1963 FOR THE County and State of Florida.

1963 TAX ASSESSMENT ROLL. ANY CHANGES YOU (e) We are enclosing copy of letter to S.nator.Fraaer. whereit

WISH TO BE MADE FROM THE 1962 ASSESSMENTS, mentions motives of two organizations. Will you

PLEASE NOTIFY THIS OFFICE. make every effort to schedule a meeting (as soon as

possible) where representatives of the two organizationscould Daytona b no "private test arranged by a manufacturer to favor his car's strong

RESPECTFULLY, discuss the possibilities of handling all prospects IOK$ ORE Of DIHtABIUtv points. It is open competition-anyone can enter-and the one thing that is

of industry with the Florida Development Commission STAMINA MO PERFORMAltiitE proved by its searing 500 miles b just exactly how well a car hangs together. At

LOUISE G. SMITH, If this could be accomplished then Green Cove Springs AT IAYIOfiA.fDl.24,1963 Daytona, Florida, on February 24, five brand-new 1963% Fords showed the world
could withdraw its offer because they would not need to
Assessor of Tans Clay Co. purchase base. w.=g =:: fIOSIT1ONl what durability means by sweeping the first five places. And that has never been
equaled In Daytona history!
You stated that you were ashamed of the fight going on.. Were 1134E :
1Z 1M teES>
you referring to fight between Green Cove Springs and State, relative .11,17.24 The box score at the left tells the true all the other things that go into Ford's

PUBLISHED EVERY to acquisition of base? story...ar endurance :that takes brutal concept of foul performance.
THURSDAYBY The Committee of 100 is NOT against anyone or anything, it's I 'U t C2D'DItS 2 10M punishment and comes back for,more. These were the same '63K SuperNo

just trying to bring industry to Clay County. Do you mean that we proving ground an equal this Torque Fords that made styling history

CRESCENT PRESS. INC. have to fight to do this? 1 'l3fGmACS( > J 7.1.13 kind of torture. Daytona was a wIat their preview at Monaco, and
Now, )fr. Saunders, I would be more ashamed of the fact that
Green COTe Springs.! Florida lenge we welcomed, a chance to which were recently announced at
County has lost industries instead of enjoying its chars of
Phone 284-3165 our ; I "A rtnBmIS J ,1,11,23 prove in open competition the essenyour Ford Dealer's. They're yours now;
prosperity. In a State where and industry are continuously
people tial durability that makes possible the get behind the wheel and find out for
moving in why is it that by
Clay County, adjoined prospering
NATIONAL EDITORIAL counties cannot 2 'U.s I silence, the solid road-grip, the ease of yourself! what performance means!
gtt industry?
S Enclosed drafted the executive control the balanced braking. and fO*,CUDCWJU HI VtABS TX nooucn ff4KXOf roe ca.wv
please find two Resolutions by
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t
: : board of the Clay County Committee of 100. Please exert every effort t 'a CBTStB I
IF ITS FORD-BUIU.ITS BUILT FOR PERFQRMAKCL.TOTAl, PERFORMANCE
to accomplish the purpose outlined. Wt sincerely believe that

DUNCAN GRONER this is an opportunity to show people of Clay County that yu do appreciate -

Entered.. second Clue.Matter July 15. un. at the Post President OfUc. their support over Very the truly years.yours, J. P. REVELS FORD COMPANY
Green Cove Sprlnrt. Florida under the Act of March s. 1 JT.
Second ClMs ..>tc. pal at Green c... Sprtags. 1"1. C. W. SCARBROUGH, Chairman
Committee of 100

One Year-In advance CBICRIPTIO-I-uu.RATES?.TT 1r..?? ,"... $'.00 CWS/bb 601 N. Orange Ave. Ph. 284-3023 Green Cove Springs Ph. 284-9779 CO 4-6511
Enclosures Two Eaeol tiou. .. ,




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t :Mrs. C. B. Bowles returned Judge and Mrs. Hubert Olive of --
Herbert D. Myers tific
Temperance Instruction; Mrs residents of the Memorial Home
st Saturday from Tallahasseend Lexington, North Carolina. IN CONFLICT", one ,
I z x I St. John Ward Grade School I Community on Friday evening
Blountstown where she has of the newest film releases by Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Barrows
Children and Mrs. T. C. Maceu- March 8th about the Christian
; ,
Graham wilt: be
een for the past three weeks due Mrs Pearl Hall is a patient in Evangelist Billy entertained several guests ro-
the illness and death of her* the City Memorial Hospital and shown in Green Cove Springs on cently from Miami and Dana, brey High School Pupils.Mr. Herald project

other, Mrs. Jno. D. Trammell, I is reported to be coming along Sunday, March 17th at 7:30 p.m., Florida. Mrs. Fritz Plath, formerly Dr. Poling told about personal
f Blountstown.Mrs. I nicelv.Sargen. at the First Baptist Church, 615 experiences with government officials
i from Rochester, N. Y., is the and Mrs. Dan Heathcote
Trammell will be remem- i I Walnut Street. 't; mother of Mrs. Robert Barrows, of Kalamazoo Michigan, drop- and orphans ia the Orient
"SOULS IN CONFLICT" %
a
ered by people in Green !! rI the wife the Barrows' particularly China, Korea and
many t- [1 S oJi trilogy with spiritual lift for all, of son. ped by to visit the A. S. Barrows
I ove. She was a member of onef was filmed during Graham's Mrs. Tlath's three sisters accompanied recently. Mr. Heathcote was for- Formosa. He also told interest.

Florida's oldest pioneer fam-I Mrs. Nellie Carlson announces world-publicized London Cru her here. They were Mrs. merly Superintendent of Schoolsin ing incidents about their orphan

ies. She was' loved for her sin- themarriage of her granddaughter sade. It is a full featurelengthfilm f'J ir Betty Genieser, Mrs. A. Keith, and Kalamazoo and they have work in this country.

N !>rity and kind thoughts towards Leslie Anita Carlson to Harry in color. b Mrs. G. Koetter. This was their spent the past month in Lakeland Mrs. Poling accompanied her

11. Many of her old friends have Wilifred Sargent, Jr., son of )lr. The story of "SOULS IN CON i first visit to this community and Florida. husband on this trip and told the

marked: "Just talking to Mrs. and Mrs. Harry Wiliford Sargent, FLICT" encompasses the lives of WWj they left many friends when they group how glad she was to be

rammell puts gladness in one'scart. three "typical" individuals, trou- -.. returned, especially among those able to again visit Memorial Home
." Sr.The marriage took place at the bled with the present and com- who were born in Germany. Mr. Charles Griffin of Princeton Community.MRS. .

home of the grooms parents in pletely confused about the fu- ;: i N. J., spent several days
Mr and Sirs James Whiteave New Smyra Beach on March 9th. ture. Because his unerring slide- :: -' II with the A. S. Barrows: He is on ADA PROSSER

as their guests this week at 4 o'clock. Father Kee, rectorof rule doesn't come up with the ..,I fi/: '. -- Guests of the Rev. and )117. I the National Staff of the Boy Services for Mrs. Ada Allen

St. Paul's Episcopal church answer, a famous jet pilot has t, jjjt -' w, C. S. Dopp recently, were theRe Scouts of America and was associated Prosser, 80 years old, of the Memorial -

performed the ceremony, his doubts about this strangenew :t<:" 41i .. ,.. and :Mrs.: Guy Foye Craw with Mr. Barrows in Scout- Home Community, who
"religious resurgence" all V ing in Kalamazoo. died March 6, in the Clay County
CLAY THEATRE The bride, who was given in If ford of Lakeland Florida; also
his mates are talking about. A Memorial at Green Cove
marriage by her uncle Bill Carl- t;"" Mr. and Mrs.\ Leland K. Brown, Hospital

Mrs. Jamie Caruthers, Mgr. son, of Miami, chose a white wool prominent this new "personal actress wonders contact"about. A lifetime friends of Mrs. Dopp, Professor and Mrs. H. J. Mc- Spring, after a long illness, were
held in Pa.
dress. She small white hat who are spending the winter at Carnegie,
wore a gambling Farlan of Flint, Michigan, visit-
Mon thru Fri. one show only! penny-ante factory
with a circular veil and white or- worker tries to figure out what White Springs, Florida. Mr. and ed MHC and called on Mr. Fred Mrs. Prosser was born at Kams

Box office opens 7:15 p.m. chid corsage. the odds are for him. Their need Mrs. Brown also called upon Mrs. Banta an old friend, and also City, Pennsylvania August 17,

Feature Begins 7:45 p.m. The decorations on the mantle for a soul-satisfying religious Lois Wilson whose late husbandwas visited with Mrs. Rachel Wenzel 1882. She became a resident of

of the fireplace in front of which experience is realized when each their pastor in Lancastor, whose son was a student under the Memorial Home Communityon
Sat.-Sun., 2pm. continuous the ceremony took place were attends one of Graham's meet- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Rawley announce the marriage 6f N. Y. Mr. McFarlan. Before retiring December 6, 1950, and was one

silver candelabra with white can- ings in Harringay Arena, Lon- their daughter Edith Louise to Herbert M. King Jr. They were Mr. McFarlan was in the Civil of the first occupants of the new

dles centered with a spray of don's vast stadium. The story of married March 8, 1963 in Folkston, Georgia.Mrs. Engineering Department of the Quadrangle Building at that time.
Dr. and Mrs.
Thursday. Friday and Saturday white chrysanthemums.A "SOULS IN CONFLICT", released : King is attending Massey's Business College in Jack- George Sylvester University of Michigan at Ann She was a devoted Christian and
Sutton record the following visi-
March 11, 13 and 16 reception followed the cere- by World Wide Pictures, sonville and Mr. King will graduate from St. Johns River Junior Arbor for 42 years. In their tra- was faithful in attendance and
tors recently Dr. Harrison B.
:
is the of all three tri-
COMANCHEROSJohn mony. The three tiered wedding story a College in June. vels in Florida they went down the participation in the Sunday School
logy that change of out- Taylor, a consultant to manage-
cake was made by the grand- proves a Mr. King is the son of :Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. King of west coast to Key West and back and Church services and activein
who makes his home
ment
Wayne look is brought about only by a on
mother of the groom. Servingwere supernatural change of the heart. Orange Park. Mr. King is director of the band of Orange Park Lake Drive of Winter Park, Florida up the east cost. They will be vis- the Intercessory Prayer Group

SECOND TIME AROUND Mrs. Larry Walton< Mrs. Joan Winmill, star of the Brit- High School.Jehovah who is nephew of the Suttons; iting in Baltimore on their way which met each Friday morning.
Bill Jernigan and Mrs. Don Sha- Survivors include
north.
f Andy Griffith ish TV spy thriller, "Epitaph fora Douglas Cobb of Richmond Virginia a daughterin
wire, sister of the groom. Spy," and herself convert to Carnegie, Pennslyvaqia; also
a Witnesses Second District NAP who is regional executiveof -
i
The bride is a graduate of Clay full-time Christian service, plays The American Hospital Corpor- Mrs. Birdela Dader and a sister
High School. Mr. Sargent is employed Dr. Daniel A. Poling, editor of a grandchild and 3
and the actress. Eric Micklewood is Hold Assembly '. Hold Quarterly MeetThe ation and Robert Morrow of great-grand-
Sunday Monday Tuesday ; Christian
at Fairchild Aircraft in the jet pilot and Charles Leno Jacksonville area representativeof Herald, spoke! to the children.
March 17, 18 and 19REPTII.ICUS St. Augustine.Out the worker.
factory The semi-annual assembly! of National Association of the American Hospital Cor-

i I of town w__ j.cix.:: Mr. 17 congregations of Jehovah'sWitnesses Postmasters Second District of poration. Messrs. Cobb and Morrow -
and Mis. Bill CVriaon: ana <;au n-
A1soFLAMING of North central Florida Florida, will hold its quarterly are on the staff of David Sutton -
ter of Miami and Mrs. Nellie CIAY HILLMrs.

STAR Carlson of Green Cove. J. L. Strickland was held last week at New i meeting on Sunday afternoon at ager, vice of Arner-Stone president and Laboratories sales man-, E Z WAY LAUNDRY & CLEANERSUnder

Elvis Presley The couple will reside at 2318 It seems most of our Clay Hill Smyrna Beach. The theme was 1 o'clock in the Orange Park and manager of sales for the

Forbes Street, Jacksonville.' folks are sick with flu-or some- "Right Kind of }Ministers. i Lions Club.Postmaster. American Hospital.Mrs. New Management '

thing. We learned Friday that R. E. Greene, presiding minis- ,
Austin Drinkwaterof
Wed, Thurs. and Fri. CHURCH NOTICE Lee Moore had been sick all week
ter of the Green Cove Springs Linwood J. Perkins has ST. AUGUSTIXE
Orange Park anticipates an
Minnie Lee's
with flu, Friday ,
March 20. 21, and 22 stated that the out- returned to her home in Manchester
congregation
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE wife, had to give up and go to attendance of well over 60 post- SOFT WATER LAUNDRY'ZORIC ;

GIGOT SOCIETYCor. bed, all of the Floyd Johns fami- standing part of the assemblywas masters, including W. E. Booth, Connecticut, after a two
weeks' visit with her sister Mrs.
Jackie Gleason ly had been sick-except Louise the public address "Who
f chapter president, Oakley Seav- Orr and Miss Carrie A.
E. Houston St. & May C. DRY GLEANINGPhone
-she didn't have time to give up Will Win the Struggle for World .. .
t X. Magnolia Ave and go to bed, said she would er, secretary.A Tarbell. .--. .... '
Supremacy" by D. J. Thomas district -
1 COMING ATTRACTIONS GREEN' COVE SPRINGS have stayed in bed, had she givenup N.Y. dinner will be served by the 284-0041
FLORIDA she wasn't feeling so "super" supervisor of Brooklyn, Orange Park Lionellas. Mrs. Harrison G. Taylor of
when we saw her Friday, but was I More than 1200 persons heard Worchester Massachusetts, who OPEX !
THE CHAPMAN REPORT Services held Sundayat Mr. Thomas emphasize that"Pos WEDNESDAY AFTBRtfo6tf
11 still going. The Richard Lang was spending some time in Orlando -
(Adult Entertainment) a.m. family have been on the sick list itive action must be taken individually BPO Does To was a guest of Mr. and

Subject: SUBSTANCE also. Mrs. Marclee'Johns' has also in harmony with Bible Mrs. Clarence A. G. Pease duringthe 8AM-6PM

JESSICA March 11cordlallnvitatiou been sick, but we hope all are scripture to find ourselves on Have DanceThe 60th Anniversary Celebra-

THE RAVEN A is extended better by now. God's side." tion. Mrs. Taylor played the wed- Magnolia Street Green Cove Springs .
to attend our services. A part of the program was the BPO Does will hold theirSt. ding music for Mr. and Mrs.

I This is enough of the sad story, baptism of 26 persons showing Patrick's Day Dance this Sat- Pease when they were marriedin

lets look at the bright side and their ordination as ministers. urday evening at the Elks Clubhouse 1913.

to do this, just take a good long Among this group was Tracy from 8:30 to 12:30

look at all of the trees, flowers, Wiggins, of Doctors Inlet. All members and friends WCTU will
i Mr. Greene was in charge of o'clock. The meeting of the Special this Weekat
NOTICEWe birds, everything we can see that the volunteer service departmentof are invited. Music will be furnished be held on Tuesday, March 19th,
God has created. Listen to the
the assembly. by the Angela Trio.ParentFaculty in the sanctuary of the church at
for awhile and
birds sing you Hous-
I 3 o'clock with Mrs. C. F.
will feel better. If you haven't Game ton as hostess. Mrs. Marshall'

any birds around you, come to Meriam will lead the devotions, A&P!
trill close at NOON each Saturday beginning March 1(5, see us, we have LOADS of them. the program as director of the your

,. Our mocking bird that always and Mrs. C. F. Schriver will open

1063. All other week days open 8:001.. 'til 5OO 1'.:)!. sings so beautifully for us every White Ribbon Recruits. Others
summer has taken up his abodein "De- .
in the
taking part program :
our old rambler rose bush,. monstration of Youth Work in 8 O'Clock1LB.

sits up on one of the upright posts Alcohol Education" are: Mrs. H.
the arber, or trellis, is built on, Director of Scien-
SUBURBAN GAS COMPANY C. Morehouse
and sings until it seems he will COFFEE:
burst his throat! If another bird

comes close to HIS HOUSE he 1
110O X Orange Ave. Greco One Springs, Fla.
<< i I puts it to moving right then and PHOTOS BY KOlA

there. He does this every year. r tZ ,tQrr
J. II. BROWN Manager Personally, if it were me, I would The Hilltop Photo Studio BAG 49ft-!
:
look for a place not quite so
We will cover your
thorny to build my home.
.
Photographic needs for -.

As everyone knows the landis Church Prices in This Ad Are Good Through Saturday Mftrdi 18
,
Portraits Weddings
very wet to try to plow or
Spring Is Here !! I Social and Fraternal
plant anything but some are Your dreams come true with

working at this kind of work, And All Other OccasionsFor r *-*% PLAID STAMPS
regardless of wet land. If the sun

We Rent- keeps shining as it has for the Appointment Call
last few days, the land will be
in fine shape-or condition-to GENE KOZA uper ffarkets

Small Equipment For Your Needs in work and eyerything should grow
In an interesting game at Clay High School last Saturday 2849268GREEN
beautifully as our old White Oak
evening the mothers of the senior girls "Bloomer Girls" are pictured -
tree, and others are growing. Pear
Gardening and Lawn Care-
vocal number before going into the
against
trees white with bloom peach rendering a game COVE SPRINGS 115 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs FLu
the women teachers who were dressed to resemble the "BeverlyHillbillies"
trees covered with their beautiful
You Name it We Have It! bloom all awakening from theirwinter's

sleep. Yet Photo by Xota.Pictured .
some people
i CALL US claim there is no resurrection

what more do they need to convince REVLON

McGees Welding & Radiator Shop them there is a resurrectionof
the human soul as well as these .

320 W. Oran \re. Phone 281-3163 trees flowers,weeds everything? ZSV :; ; V.- has come to GREEN COVE SPRINGS .
God would not be a just God to .

resurrect these things of His creation r i-

and not resurrect mankind. a i. :
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You have a
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WAYSIDE to attend : Balm /
V; HORSEMAN'S, CLUB Chareb and Sunday School

$4.50 Value-NOW $3.00Mayhugh's

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. ;,.
Courthouse Annex Grounds Preaching 11:00 a.m.

Sunday NRc Serve 7:00 p.m.

r. Saturday, March 23 $-8 P.M. Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. Drug StoreMagnolia

abor e are the "Blonde Bombshells1 who acted as
Pastor, Rev. J. C. Maynor
$1.00 Adults 75c Children cheerleaders for the evening. They are left to right: John Loony
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Needed! Young Go.- Kayo OP Elementary II

Orange Park Socials Field I Day March 23

.Squ Dancers The annual Field Day at Orange REAL ESTATE

is here all next week while Park Elementary School is scheduled -
Mrs. R. H. Trew now recup- stay
-r The Children's Square Dancing on'a for March 23 from 10 o'clockin INSURANCE APPRAISALS
erating at home after her recent Mr. Guiher continues busi-
Class: which meets each Wednesday stay at St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. ness trip through Florida. the morning until the end of

R evening from 7 to 8:30 o'clock ... t t tLast the softball game.
'at the: Lion Club, still has"room and- -- Mrs.- Ralph-Moore- were Sandra Chambers, a freshmanat 4 _i The Chuck Wagon will be on Frank W. Brown
hand drinks hot
to supply cold ,
for boys, aced 9 to 14. happy to have ,their daughter, Florida Southern College, has
3 dogs, and hambergers. and Associates
Tuesday was the last evening Edna, a student at Florida State been elected pledge of the week. Recreation Chairman W. C.
; visit last for her sorority,Zeta Tau.Alpha.
I University home for a
for new members to join the new (Tex) Goodson announces that he 1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone
weekend.Mrs. .
adults square dancing class sponsored Young Brian Smith, son of Mr. has a chairman in charge of each Orange Park CO 49501We

f by the,Orange Park 'Pro- and Mrs. Glenn Smith of Stowe sport event: 50 and 100 yard
A. G. Pace of Smith St. dashes, Swasey Gray broad jump, .
home ;
menadcrs.Th Ave., is recovering eIT at
has been a patient at Clay Mem- Mrs. Frank Brown
e ; high jump,
tonsillectomy
last
Thursday
:Promenaders'have planned orial Hospital for nearly tw> after a -
Mr. and Mrs. Kenna Clark; sack
at Pureal Hospital.
i .-a. Knothead trip to Sanford this weeks. race, Mrs. Ray Bradley; balloon

Saturday evening. Two busloadsare Ave.is Barbara Duncan, daughter of race, Mrs. R. E. Miles; 3-legged eWe T
Marion Card of Kingsley .
scheduled. to leave the Lions Mr. nd Mrs. Lee Duncan of River race, Mrs. George Perlick; relay
his home.
still ill in bed at
Club at, 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Rd., was home last week-end from race, Rev. and Mrs. Don Nichols; Service V
r olkswagensalso
men's softball team, Mrs. W. A.
where she is
Florida Southern
Crutchfield d Promenaders M. ,
Larry Dr. and Mrs.-Charles Rogers
Weaver; and kite flying contest,
student.
presidents i ,,explain,.for the bene- look forward to a week-long visit a freshman Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pearce.

that from her cousin and her husband, Thomas Devine is assembling -
Mrs.
fit of the general public, a Mrs. wife of
Larry Wesley, our
Guiherof
Enothead,is dancer who Mr. and Mrs. James M. the prize ribbons, Mrs. Car- Sports Cars
square coach is
:a high school recovering
their small week-end the station Idlewild Avenue
f "New York City, and Kayo on was
and
them
rol Nix will present ,
has travelled 100 miles to a square daughter.Catherine. The Guishers nicely at home after surgery "jumping. Shown in the picture above is Joe Jarrell managerof Hr. and Mrs. Clarence Pinkston

dance an3:"returned the'same even- plan to arrive on Friday, and last.week at Clay Memorial Hos the station. Towels were given for gas purchased. Coca-Cola, will run the chuck wagon. SPRING MOTORSGreen

ing. Mrs. Guiher and Catherine will pital. popcorn, and cotton candy was served. If you wish to help any of these

Mr. and Mrs. John Stoudemierof During this promotion which was conducted by Gene Chap chairmen, please contact them. Cove Springs Phone 284-9209.
man, Sales Promotion manager for Kayo from Chattanooga, Tenn. I
River Rd. were in New Orleans
The gasoline sales during this promotion almost doubled.
this week.
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Park Pure Service '
Orange
Mrs. Dora Pulaski of Washington Events Of Week Girl Scouts "Where The Best Is Better" We Collect
D.C. has been the guest of
LAWNMOWERS her sister, Mrs. Jean Jowers of To Sell'Cookies vt Electric
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West Holly Point Rd. While here, Methodist Men's Breakfast-Sat- O
and The Girl Scouts of ..
RENTALS Park
SALES, SERVICE Mrs. Pulaski has enjoyed the urday, March 16, at 7:30 a.m. Orange e? s' THE and
festivities connected with the for- at Fellowship Hall. will again have cookie booths this .
TelephoneBills
JUl:Types Lawnmowers and Outboard Motor Repairs mal opening of Jean Jowers' Dress week-end at the Bank, Huntley'e BEST
Promenaders to Sanford- YOUR
trip
Shop. On Saturday, they motoredto Groceries, and Wilford's Grocer-
Lakeland, Florida, to spend Saturday, March 16, leave Lions :
Club at 5 es. They are most grateful for NEEDSIN
p.m. '
All Work GuaranteedCO the week-end visiting Jimmy
support in buying Girl Scout
your a
Jowers freshman at Florida
a Orange Park High Seniors Spa
Cookies. All home deliveries of
Southern College.
ghetti Supper-Saturday, Mar-
4-6992 CO 4-6608 ch 16, from at the school cafe- be complete this week.In HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGSGet
:Mr. and :Mrs. A. A. Rosen- teria. observance of Girl Scout
It All From
berger returned on Tuesday froma Week, the Brownies and Girl
combined business and pleasure Boosters Club Donkey Basketball Scouts presented the program
0 B ALL HARDWARE
trip to St. Petersburg. On Fri- Saturday March 16, at 8 p.m. at the Orange Park Elementary .

day, they expect their son Robert in Hoyt Cotney Stadium. P-TA meeting Tuesday evening. 1922 Highway 17 Phone 261-6831 Orange Park
home for the spring holidays Troop 203, under the leadership -
TIRE SERVICE
COTNEY Postmasters Meeting Sunday,
from Emory University. of Mrs. Donald Blair and
March 17, at 1 p.m. at the 4
Mrs. O. S. Braddock, has planneda
Lions Club. .
Mrs. E. P. Heinrich entertained visit to TV Channel 4 for to-

.Tire Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size last week.in.honor of'the bOth Band Association of Orange Park day. Tomorrow morning, they LUXURY C RRID'ES RESPONDS AND LOOKS
wedding aniversary of her par- High-Monday, March 18, at leave for a two-day visit to the ,

ents, who 'were visiting here. 7:30-p.m. at the school cafetor- Juliet Lowe Birthplace in Savan-
Dist. Miller Tirea-AutoliU Batteries ium. nah, Georgia. Thanks to the won- LIKE IT OUGHT TO COSTA RANSOMYou're

The Orange Park Women's derful public' support of their

Club is having a bridge luncheon Orange Park-NAS Girl Scout weekly bake sale, the girls have looking at our Impala Super Sport speed manual or Powerglide transmission,
.Cor. Park and King Jacksonville, Fla. today. Mrs. Kenneth Archibald Neighborhood MeetingTuesday been t able to raise most of the Convertible which, along with its cousin Positraction,fade-resistant sintered-metal-
is in charge of arrangements. :March 19, at 9:30 a.m. at money for this trip.' the Sport Coupe, absolutely embarrasses lie brake linings,and a tachometer to relay

EV 0-8027 or EV .-401 the Lions Club Scout Room. The Orange Park-NAS Neighborhood higher priced cars. what's cooking up front.

Mrs. Aleen LogueMrs. Orange Park Civitans-Tuesday, of the Girl Scouts meets That special trim and those front bucket Just before you rush off to your Chevrolet'

March 19, at 7 p.m. at Char- this Tuesday morning at 9:30 seats merely hint at the comforts you find dealer, may we remind you that both
Aleen Logue, of Keystone lie's Restaurant. ,o'clock in the Scout Room at the built into every Impala Super Sport. Impala Super Sports offer the new Com-
,
. Heights, 37, died last Sunday. Lions Club. All leaders, troop Performance? It's remarkable, an under- fortilt steering wheel You adjust it to suit
J" She is survived by her parents, Doctors Inlet P-TA-Tuesday, committee members, and interested statement we can afford when there are 7 your driving style, flick it out of the way

.. AND DfORANGE Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norris, La- Tuesday,.March 19, at 7:30 p.m. mothers are invited to this engines to choose from. One of which is the for easy entry and exit.
Crosser brother, D. L. Norris, at the schooL regular monthly meeting for popular 340-hp Turbo-Fire 409, a wizard All three Chevrolet series Biscayne,

.:_ ., ._. : .- :.PARK_'-'_, -,- -._, Santa Fe; 2 sisters, Mrs. Ralph Park Boat Club Auxili- exchange of information about in traffic and a joy on the open*road. And Bel Air and Impala-deserve a long look.
Griggs, Gainesville, Mrs. W. W Orange : Scouting and individual troop ac- others all the way up to 425 hp Super Sports demand it.

Carter, Jacksonville. Funeral was ary-Thursday, March 21, at tivities. If you want an extra flourish or two,mull Super Sport equipment'available on
100*-TT. 8.> Highway IT Phone ,264.6431 held Wednesday at 2 p.m.. in the 8 Reid.p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jim over extra-cost options like floor-shift four- both Impala Convertible and Sport Coupe.

Baptist Church here with burial ORANGE PARK SENIOR" Optional at extra cost.

in Antioch. Cemetary near La- CLASS SPAGHETTI DINNERThe 1i!:: 5.- } BS .;; lf';!1 _"< :;> i;;.._...
Crosse., Garden Club -
Senior Class of Orange
Awards PrizesMatt Park High School is sponsoring

ARE YOU REALLY SAVING Newton, a third grade a ever spaghetti you choose or chili, at dinner the, which school 71eM t .. .. T'z

student at St. John's County Day cafeteria this Saturday from 4:30

School, and Peggy Burgi, a sixth to 7:30 o'clock.
After dinner donkey basket- _,
a :- _
grader at Orange Park Elemen-

tary School, were co-winners of ball cert game will be and held Raider.in Cotney band con-Sta- \ \ : : -
WHY GO TO JACKSONVILLE? ? 'a -
first prize in the AntiLitterbugPoster dium at 8 o'clock. The game, spon- -
Contest sponsored by the sored by the Boosters Club will
Garden Club of Orange Park. feature teams from the VolunteerFire

Judges for the contest, which Department of Middleburg, ::: ;x- ,
was part of the observance of Orange Park Jaycees, Orange y ; I
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Came And Compare Our Low Prices! Clean-up, Fix-up, Paint-up Week Park Lions, Boosters, and sever- ;1 Z
were members of the Jacksonville al teams from Green Cove

Garden Club. All posters entered Springs.

will be on display at the lot on Dinner tickets are $1.00 for \ ,
the corner of Macintosh Ave. adults and 50c for children under ..r tl.9
19 Inch Televisions and Highway 17 this Saturday. 12. Admission to the Donkey 7 .
Already in evidence at the dis- Basketball is $1.00 for adults and \' -

play site is a "Litterbug Tree," 50e for students.

129.95 I constructed by chairman, Mrs. q't %G Ji-
Thomas Devine. Mrs. Devine invites -

everyone to come on Sat- COMPLETE
e
urday to see the posters and receive T
1 Also an, interesting souvenir of SEPTIC TANK f

the Litterbug Campaign.The .


Used r v's-* 1250 & Up third graders Junior'to the litterbug Garden first, second to Club decorate, distributed and- SERVICE \ _


and take home ,to put in their Cleanouts ,r

family cars. Senior Gardeners Repairs :; }
have for sale plastic litter bags .
Transistor Radios for 20c each. The proceeds will 9 InstallationsORANGE Tw

go toward financing next year's PARK -

: q Litterbug Campaign. 2646171GREEN

12.95 COVE SPRINGS
METHODIST MEN
TO MEET SATURDAYThe 2843860STARKE -

Hoover Stainless SteelSteam i
Orange Park Methodist
Men have scheduled a breakfastfor 9691952If .

Irons $1495 this Saturday at 7:30 o'clockin Answer'
Fellowship HalL Can Jacksonville
The New Life Revival at the
ri
SP 13548
Orange Park Methodist Church
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has its final meeting on Thursday
We Also Repair Lawnmowers evening at the church. Members
have been attending a five-day
aeries of inspirational meetings:

living.At on various. facet of Christian NOW SEE WHATS NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S

; : ABC T V SERVICE last Wednesday's meeting Free EstimatesAMASON'S

>: of the Methodist Women's Societyof

Christian Service, the Elect
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Ph 284-6381 Circle won a blue ribbon for the ROBERTS CHEVROLETOrange

OIdlAva beat use of talent in the talent Complete Septic Tank

Green Core Springs contest. The Mary Circle won the Service and Park Green Cove Springs Phone 284-3033 .
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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE' LEGAL NOTICE I CLAY MEMORIALAUXILIARY

Shop Clay County For LEGAL NOTICEIN TRAINING CLASSESA STARTS.

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S IN THE CIIRCUIT COURT Notice is hereby given that a

''I COURT IN AND FOR CLAY THE COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Public Hearing' will be held by the
FLORIDA CLAY COUNTY Clay County Board of Adjutment meeting of the Clay Mamor-

COUNTY.: FLORIDAIn COUTY JUDGE CLAY COUN- FLORIDA on Friday March 22. 1913. in the ial Hospital Auxiliary was held
IN CHANCERY Board of County Commissioners
re: Estate ,of TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN X.. asia Meeting Room in the Clay County in the Parish Hall of the Episcopal -
RE PIONEER FINANCE COMPANY Courthouse in Green Cove Springs.Florida Church in Green Cove on
ESTATE OF
:
LaMira Alvarez Gill, deceased. a corporation. beginning at 8:00 o'clock
il Plaintiff Tuesday, March 12th.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll BRUCE MARMADtTCE MUN- vs. p.m.One hearing is called regarding -
SELL Deceased.To SINCLAIR JACKSON" and IDA the Notice of Appeal by the Mrs. Gladys Phillips, president -
creditors of the estate of MAE JACKSON his wife: and JIM applicant for a Rexoning. the following welcomed five new members -

LaMira Alverez Gill, deceased all Creditors and Persons WALTER CORPORATION. described property: into the
I a corporation. Part of Tract 3. Creighton Fcr- auxiliary.They are:

are hereby notified and required having claims or demands Defendants est. Unit in 2.the according Public Record to plat recorded ef- Mcsdames Doff! Norris Norma

to file any claims or demands against said Estate: NOTICE OF SLIT Clay County Florida, in Flat Stump, Arlene Douylliez, Vicky
Book 4. Pages 3$ and 38. and beIng -
which they may have You and each of you are THE STATE OF FLORIDA more particularly describedas Underwood and L. H. Huge
To: IDA MAE JACKSON
against said estate in the of- hereby notified and required to 2021 West George StreetPhiladelphia. For follows. Mrs. Phillips introduced the director
AIR ONDITIONL'GABCTV BOATS MOTELS point of beginning commence -
flee of the county Judge of present any claims and demands Pennsylvania at the intersection of the of :nurses, Mr*. Stone of
You are hereby notified that a westerly boundary line of U. S.
Clay County. Florida in the which you or either of Clay Memorial Hospital who will
suit has been filed against you In Highway 17 (State Road No. 15),
: MARINA MOTELAPTS. courthouse at Green Cove you may have against the estate the above entitled cause; and that and the southerly boundary line conduct a six weeks class for
INLET MARINAHwy you are hereby required to' file of Creighton Road and run thence
Springs, Florida within six of BRUCE MARMADUKE your answer with the Clerk of South t degrees. II minutes. 30 the new members. This class will
FOR RENT this Court and, to serre a..copythereof' seconds West along the westerly
that
the
i 17 Orange I'ark calendar months from the date MUNSELL deceased, late ,of upon the plaintiff orplaintiff's boundary of U. S. Highway _No. i encompass areas art

RALPH P. MILBERGERREFRIGERATION & By Week MonthU. of the first publication of this said County, to the CountyJudge attorney, whose name 17 a distance of 870.72 feet: thencerun necessary to teach the Jiew members -
STORAGE-WET ; DRY or
and address U: William C. Gttthrie. South 89 decree 28 minutes
CROSBY BOATS notice. Each claim or demand of Clay County Florida Jr., and Arthur T. Boone. 102 West a distance of 800 feet; how to tare for patients andis
S. North Title Building JackSon thence North 6 degrees! 22 minute built around hospital procedure
1 17 -
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AND EE-ZY TRAILERS must be in writing and must at his office in the court houseof 1ldt Florida not later than ?. $0 seconds East a distanceof
April 15. A.D., 1961. 907.69 feet to the South boun- and the comfort of the patient.
i: AIR CONDITIONING MERCURY ENGINESSALES PHONE 284-3603 state the place or residenceand said County at Green Cove
If you fail to do so. decree pro dary line of Crelghton Road: Members of this class are Mis-
8errlceAUTHORIZED post-office address of the Springs Florida, within six confeaso will be entered against thence run South 83 degrees. 28
claimant and must be calendar months from the time you for the relief demanded in minutes 20 seconds East along dames Ella Retersdorf, Pauline\
& SERVICE PACKAGE STORE sworn the complaint. the! South boundary line of Crelgh Pringle, Jean Spearman N.orma
"FEDDF.KS"Sales to the of the first ton Road a distance of'300 feet to
by claimant his agent, publication of this The nature of said suit being: for the point of beginning. Stump, Duffell Norris Claudette

& Service CO 4-9835 or his attorney, or It will become notice. Each claim or demand the foreclosure the following of mortgage: described encumbering -- One hearing I* called regardingthe Martin, Doris Underwood, Arlene

Home Phone 284-9780 PAUL'SAll void according to law. shall be in writing, and shall property situate in Clay Coun- Notice: for a of variance Appeal by on the a Building applicant Douylliez and Bobby. D. Under-

Business Phone 284-6381 BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN February 14, 1963. state the place of residence and tyFlorida Begin at: the southeast corner Permit property on the: following described capped upon the completion

Legal Beverages JOHN HENRY GILL post office address of the of the north half of the NW 4 Lot 74. Block 1. Doctor's Lake the six weeks program..
of Section 22. Township 5 South. Estates Subdivision.
E. REEDBookkeeping Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. Executor of the Estate of claimant, and shall be sworn to Range 24 East., and run North All parties in Interest and citizen Mrs. Stone thanked the auxiliary \ -

LaMira Alvarez by the claimant agent and/or 100 feet to a point: thence run shall have an opportunity to for the excellent job they
deceased
: AGIN'SRefrigeration Duval Cornty Line Gill -!' West 100 feet to a point: thencerun be heard at said I time and place.CLAY .
attorney. and any such claimor South 100 feet to a point on COUNTY BOARDOF have done and expressed the appreciation
North of Orange Park 'I' the South line of the North half ADJUSTMENTBy
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demand not of the
and Tax Service so flIed shall be nurses.
First publication February 21, of the NWK of said Section 22. : Herbert H. Morris
L And Air void. thence run east alonir said South Chairman For further information .concerning
400 W. Walnut St. 1963. line a distance of 100 feet to the March 14. 21. 1168
L this
b 3/ ConditioningSERVICE PIANO SERVICE THOMAS fc PIERCEAttorneysatlawr al PERLA GOUCHEB point of besrinninff. the auxiliary and

p Phone 284-6721 As Executrix of the Last Witness my hand and the seal program, phone Mrs. Gladys Phillips
of said Court at Green Cove -_- WIll' 2813142.
Green Cove Springs GEORGE WEEKS 203-205 North Temple Ave. wm and Testament of Sprint, Florida this 7th day of ,
March AD. 1562.GEORGE A CARD OF THANKSI
Chrjsler Airtemp Sales PIANO SERVICE Starke Florida BRUCE, MARMADUKE L. CARLISLE

Authorized Philco CABINET WORK Feb. 21. 28, Mar. 7, 14, 1963 MUNSELL, deceased Clerk By Grace of Circuit M. Carlisle Court : wish to take this means of CLAY HI BAND

Tuning Repairing First publication February 21st Deputy Clerk expressing rny gratitude to all TO HAVE CONCERTThe
Service ,
March 14. 21. 28. April 4. IBIS
PHONE 284-3273 1963 of you who voted for and supported -
LINSLEY WOODWORKS LEGAL NOTICEIN Band will hold
Day Ph. 281-3680 Clay High
Box 50 Hlbernia RU T. J. JENNINGS JR. me in the recent City'selection.
Night 284-3492:: Custom CabinetryOffice their annual spring concert on
LEGAL
NOTICE .
Green Cove Springs
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I Attorney for Above styled Estate Friday evening March 22nd, at
Palmetto Bar and Store Fixtures CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA I thank each one of you and
I LEGAL NOTICEORDER 7:30 o'clock in the auditorium of
Cabinets IN CHANCERY
Bldg. Hardware the best
will try to serve you to
Green Cove Springs REAL ESTATE N. UU' Green Cove Springs, Florida the Junior High School. The bandis
Plywood Plastic Laminates BETTY R. GANT of my ability in the interest of
Plaintiff- Feb. 21, 28, Mar. 7, 14, 1963 The Game, and Fresh Water our city's under the direction of :Mrs.
"' Phone Bus. 284-3223 vs. Fish Commission of the State af progress. Nell Medley. Admission If "le
FILL DIRTCHERRY CLARENCE B. LAZETTE FREDERICK GANT.
Florida under and by virtue ot Gratefully yours,
Phone Res. 284-3803
l' Defendant for and 3Sefor children
LEGAL NOTICE the, power and authority grantee Marlin J. Harris. adults
Highway 17 North LJscensed Broker in NOTICE OF SUIT under Section .SO of Article IV of Following the concert ,refreshments
THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TO: the Constitution of the State or
& LOVETT Green Cove Springs Green Cove Springs l'FCFrederick Gant. US 61. 471.- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Florida, as amended and ratifiedby nmi in" iTwpramffwgaama will be served.
031. Det. 2. 3rd Platoon 61st Military the voters of Florida on No-
Since 1937 Police Co.. A.P.O. 287.' New CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDAIn vember J, 1942, and Rules and
DragLine Dump Truck York. New York. Regulations of the Commission in
APPLIANCES Homes Farms Acreage YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ChanceryCase official meeting held In Orlando
LIGHT DOZIER WORK a suit has been filed againstyou No. 3578 Florida, February 28. 1961. haclosed Farm For Rent
in the above entitled cause within
as a refuge which
CLEAN FILL DIRT Jim Carter Appliance 11 W. Spring St Ph. 284-4323 and you are hereby required to GLADYS M. EADEH the taking of fish and wildlife is

Shell Clay serve upon plaintiffs attorney Plaintiffvs. prohibited for an Indefinite period i
Service Inc. whose name and address appear of time the following; described 17 acres, near highway cleared. 3 bdrm. house, 2 baths good
FREE ESTIMATES hereon. your written defenses U area In St. Johns Clay. Putnam.
A. F. BakerRefrigeration UPHOLSTERERS any to the bill of complaint In FRED S. EDAEH Lake, Flagler and Volnsia- Coun-
PROMPT DELIVERY said suit copy of which is delivered Defendant ties.: Florida.St. water. Pecan and fruit trees. Rent $100.00 per month.
to you herewith, on or before
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& Johns County: That area .
Courteous Service BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP April 8, A.D. 19 U. NOTICE OF SUIT In Hallowe's Cove. Southeast of For information call
Air Conditioning Service Herein fall not or decree pro Green Cove Springs located In
Phone CO 4-6311 1400 W. Idle wild Ave.. confesso the will be entered againstyou THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Township ( 8., Range 26 E.. consisting -
for relief
prayed in the MR. GOODWIN PHONE 284-3106
of an area along the shore- -
also all Fred S. Eadeh
Res. CO 4-9867 Phone 284-3505 bill of complaint. line
approximately 1% mile long
THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT 4519!% Delta Street *
W. E. (Ernest) Cherry, Major Appliance Repairs Green Cove Springs BEING FOR DIVORCE. and % miles wide. FLORIDA STATE WIDE REALTY
WITNESS my hand and the seal San Diego 13, California Clay County: That area of
c General Mgr. Washers. Dryers Seat Covers Panels of !said Court at Green Cove Clarks Bar on the west side! of 1513 San Marco Bird. EX 8-9836 Jacksonville
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lower river north of Wagon Wheel
Inlet Fla Springs Florida, this 1st day of
Doctors
Phone 284-3542 Auto TopsUpholstery March A.D. 1963.GEORGE. that a suit has been filed situated' in Sections 5 and 8.
I* CARLISLESeal Township '7 S.. Range 27 E. con-
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Lining ( ) Clerk Circuit Court against you in the above entitled slating of an area along the shoreline -

Sofas Chairs By Vivian H. SohmDeputy cause and you are hereby required approximately.l% miles long

I r OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE I CushIons Scruby & Yonge: Clerk to serve upon plaintiff's and Putnam one mile County wide? That area of
Frank M. Seruby attorney whose name and address Lake, George point situated In Hear programs, of -
: Attorney for Plaintiff hereon Section '7 and 12, Township II 8..
Income Tax Service Orange Park. Florida appear your writ- Range 27 E.. consisting of an area
March 7, 14. %1. 28. 1963 ten defenses if any, to the bill along the shoreline approximate FINE

18Years Experience of complaint in said suit, copy of 2 miles long and H mile wide.
Lake County: That area of Silver -
LEGAL NOTICEIN which is delivered to you here Green Bar RECORDED
For RentFOR Miscellaneous opposite Forbes,
Short Forms
I -$2.00 with, on or before April 1 A.D., situated In Township IB s.. Rang
27 E.. consisting; of an area SACRED
Long Forms-$5.00 up THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the shoreline approximatelymiles nf
RENT: Nice 2 bedroom I TV SERVICE, Anytime Don CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDAIN 1963.Herein fail not or decree pro long and % mile wide.

house, newly painted inside and Woollard. Phone 284.0615. Reasonable Rates for Business CHANCERYNo. confesso will be entered Flagler County: That area on MUSIC
3515 againstyou the east side of Lake Crescent .
out, reasonable,. large yard appliances Otfe Real Estate Rentals Etc. SARAH T. PEARCE for the relief prayed in the from Breezy Point south to Nor-

furnhhed. Call Penney Plaintiff bill of complaint.The wood piling situated In Sections 5. .. DAILY
FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn- PAUL REMLIXGEE COY, E.va.PEARCE, 8. and >2. Township 13 S. Rang -:.
Farms, 5298211. 20tfe Nature of said suit being 2> E. consisting of an area along
mowers. $15.00 and up, McGee's Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT the shoreline ,approximately >%
8645 Roosevelt Blvd. for divorce. miles long and tt mile wide. .
FOR RENT 2 houses, furnished Welding & Radiator 520 N. THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TO: ON
Orange ParkCAREY'S Coy E. Pearce. 270J Cole Avenue Witness hand and the seal Volusla County: That area en
one 1 bdr. and one 2 Orange Ave., Phone 2843163.7tfc Dallas. Texas my the southern side of eastern Lake
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat of said Court at Green Cove Beresford eouth of COT situated
bdr., extra nice freshly painted TRADING POST a suit has been filed against Springs, Florida, this 21 day of in Township 17 S-. Range 20 E,
inside and out, phone 5295291. you in the above entitled cause and consisting I of an area along
FOR SALE-15 ft. upright G. E. WE BUY SELL TRADE and you are hereby required to February A.D., 1963. the shoreline approximately one
Penney Farms. 31 tfc serve upon plaintiffs attorney CARLISLE mile Ionic and V, mile wide.A. WAYR-550
Freezer $175. FOR RENT, OR Three locations: whose name and address appear GEORGE L. D. ALDRICH

FOR RENT 3 room furnIshed SALE-I bdr. CB house. Call hereon. your written defenses If Clerk of Circuit Court Director
284-9708. 15 E. Palmer St., Ph. 284-3280 any. to the bill of complaint In ESTILLE RIDLEY Game and Fresh Water
apt. with bath. 100 West 28-2p said suit copy of which Is delivered Fish Commission

St. phone 284-3213. 21tfc Warehouse & antiques old to you herewith. on or before Ernest J. Jacobs

BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUESGlass Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. April Herein 8. A.D.fall 1963.not or decree pro Attorney for Plaintiff .

FOR RENT-River front furnish china, brass, linens, paintings "BIG TOP" tent Blanding confe so will be entered against 203 Law Exchange Building e '
for the relief prayed In the
ed 2 room apartment. Adults oriental rugs, lamps statu. you Jacksonville, Florida
bill of complaintTHK
only-retired preferably. Also for ary, guns, swords silver, hun Blvd. At Ridgewood BEING ,FOR NATURE DIVORCE.OF SAID SUIT Feb. 28, Mar. 7, 14, 21, 1963 How to tell a Tempest! :

sale, gas refrigerator $12.50. dreds of 18th century pieces Furniture & appliances at WITNESS my hand and the seal .

Priced below of said Court at Green Cove
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Reasonable rate-284-3369. appraisal Mrs.
bargain prices Stfe Soring Florida. this 4th day of LEGAL NOTICEIN -
Brown, Kingsley Lake5332381. March. >. from low-priced car-
just
FOR RE.1I.T2 bdr. unfr. house, AJ :JAE; T. CARLISLE any .

heater cook stove located (Seat) Clerk Circuit Court
eire.
gas SEWING Expert Seamstress ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, By Vivian H. Sohm THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
between Sr. & Jr. high Inc. Deputy Clerk CLAY COUNTY FLORIDAIn
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Coats, Dresses Draperies,
Sam B. Wilson .
schools station. $35.00 -. .
near Kayo ChanceryCase -
Plaintiff
Curtains. Phone 284-3159. tfe Attorney for
month. Phone 284-9233 or 284 We Will Trade for Your Car. 217 Guaranty Lif Building No. 3579 .

9727. 4tfe Furniture, Diamonds, or Anything Jacksonville.March Florida'7. 14. 21. 21. 1M MARGUERITE R. CAMBURN, -

of Value on a New Mobile Plaintiffvs. Does it have Wide-Track?
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JONES & HALL NURSERY FOR SALE VM 4-Track, Stereo -
: :
Home. .
For Sale Real EstateFOR tape recorder; Just like new. San e
Now Open 7 Days A Week HOWARD H. CAMBURN,
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, I09.00--l-hone Green CoTe 4- Defendant ,, Does it have a lively 4?
SALE 1951 Chevrolet Come Out Browse Around Inc. 3624.
NOTICE OF SUIT .
DeLuxe overhauled and paint
See Our Stock
1963 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. FOR SALE-60 TMJird Conv THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: .
ed. Excellent condition 81
lag included. Price $200
Bridge turn right at Collecove General Delivery,
Phone 284-4795. 21 tin 2-14 tfc West. dishwasher-very good- : : ;

1 Store, follow signs. $j5.00. Philco and KeMnator up- Waretown, New Jersey }T Does it look like this? .; ::;

REAL ESTATE right freezers; also portable &: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ,. -
!;
COLORED buyers Hare two SITUATIOSVA."TED that a suit has been filed .
console TVs. AH appliances gna .1"t
houses in Middleburg, semifin FOR SALE Couch, matching ranteed. Phone 284-3624. against you in the above entitled "

ished pay like rent house and lot. platform rocker, coffee table amend cause and- you are hereby re .

Mr. Raymond, 3646 Gandy, Tam table complete for $ O.OO. INSTRUCTIONSMEN quired to serve upon plaintiffs i .
ELECTRICAL & ,
ATLAS attorney whose name'an ad-
Phone 284-3298. 5c
collect Feb. '
839-2121 2S4pFOR f-
pa, .
AND WOMEN NEEDED MECHANICAL COMPANY dress appear hereon your written -

SALE-1 Room House 4 FOR SALE-New Mohawk 4 ft. WORK' IN CIVIL SERVICENo Phone 284-922S defenses, if any. to the bill

Bedrooms-$7,500. 419 West Bay mower with 3 point hook-up experience We do all types of electrical of complaint in said suit, copy
necessary grammar
treet. Low down payment. Easy $250.00. Also gas store and gas wiring. of which is delivered to your

monthly terms. Phone 2S4-393S. refrigerator $12.50 each. Phone school education usually RAY SHIPP owner & manager herewith, on or before April 1

tfc 284-3369. 7c sufficient. Train now at home A-D, 1963.
FOR SALE-Everbearing Blackberry -
for jobs with Security. For details Herein fail not or decree pro
SALE-Furnished 3 bdrm. plants 6 for JLOO-Mrs.
FOR CARPENTRY additions, cabinets eonfesso will be entered againstyou
house-1 year old-2 lots-Hard- garages and miscellaneoushome send name. address, H. H. Crowl. Rt. No. 1, Box 129 K. for the relief prayed in the

wood floors-Tile bath-Owner repairs. Phone 284-3369 phone no. to: NATIONAL Phone 284-3815. Ue bill of complaint

leaving state-Reduced price- 1-1<< TRAINING SERVICE BOX C, FOR SALE-AZALEAS-Phon I The nature of said suit being

Phone 284-9346. Clay County Crescent. 24-10c for divorce.
284-3491.
hand and the seal
II I I U I I l..H"H"M"*<"H-***<"i 1111 I Witness my
BUY OR TRADE of said Court at Green CoTe


I : rill AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY For Top Your Dollar Used, Paid.:Mobile Big Allow-Home. of Springs" February, Florida AJ,, 1963.this 21st day


71+++11+111+++++1111+111+1111++4-i--44--4-i-H-I--II II J 111111 I : : I l-l- t nil ance on Your Coach to Trade. GEORGE L. CARLISLE,

Clerk of Circuit Court
Call EV 4-35S4 Collect.ST. .
FURNITURE DRUGGISTS OFFICE EQUIPMENT VIVIAN N. SOHM
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MOBILE ,
HOMES '
JOHNS -
Clerk of Circuit CourtT. -
AIR: BASE FURNITURE CO Inc. 4
A3IECANOFFICE I J. Jennings. Jr. Optional at extra cos* .
Fine Furniture" EASTERLXXG PHARMACY 2-14 tie -
-I Carpeting Appliance: SUPPLY CO. Attorney for PlaintiffP.O. -

Box 372
Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd E. Jones Jr. Owner ELECTRICAL Green Cove Springs Florida .

Jacksonville 5953 Roosevelt EV Blvd.7-enl Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists In Atlas FJcrical & Mechanical Feb. 28, Mar. 7, 14 2*, 1963 Now there are two kinds Wide-Track cars-Pontiac and Tempest


TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Supplies-Office Equipment Company PftNwre enee-tt4 -Stt tout MTHOUaB POKTUC DULEI) FOt A WJOC C cline Cf WCMUCU AW SOW WO c.w TOO-


we do all types of electrical FENCE POSTS POLES. ete.


k Used Pacemakers Air Trailers-Bank Stream and for Travel Peerlea Flnanctef Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries Complete Line Cards of Greeting RAY wlrinr.SHIPP Southern WoodPreserving Van Ness Buick-Pontiac Inc.


) 0017 Rcosevelt Blvd. 2032 Blinding Blvd.. Co. ,

BUTTS. MOBILE HOMES. INO- 2655-57 Park St. Jacksonville Owner and Manager Ba1Cwta. F1a. --.on 430 W. ORAHGE AVE. Phone 2S4-3055 GREEN VE..sI .

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Keystone! Heights.Woman's The Masonic Temple will be COMMUNITY CHURCH .' t"S Mrs. John A. Williams, on Brooklyn Noon. Meetings held in the

Club will hold a Covered Dish the scene of Initiation Ceremonies All afternoon circles of the Lake, assisted by Mrs. J. W. Church; Luncheon in the Educational

Luncheon on Tuesday, March 26, of Candidates for Membership Community Church women will King. Building. There will be

in the Community Church Edu- in Eastern Star Chapter 279. meet at 1:30 o'clock on March Mrs. Bertha Jones, Chairmanof most interesting speakers in both

cational Building, and all mem- Regular business meeting will 18, as follows: Circle 5, at the home of Mrs. the morning and the afternoon

bers are urged to bring either aguest follow, after which members and Mrs. David Nelson Chairmanof M. A. (Bea) Schroeder, on Half sessions.ST. .
or a prospective member. visitors of the Order will retire Moon Lake, assisted by Mrs. Her- s
home Mrs.
Circle 1, at the of
A special interesting programis to Banquet Hall for a social hour Azzie Williams on Santa Fe man Schroeder. WILLIAMS CHURCH Nt\\S

being planned by Program and refreshments provided by Lake Melrose. Evening Circles will meet as Remember to keep the date of

Chairman Mrs. John Kargos. hostesses Mrs. Alma Frost Mrs. s vsb follows: April 20 open because on that

Amy McElrath, Mrs. Millie Muhl- Mrs. Sara McDonald, Chairmanof Mrs. Leon Wagner Chairmanof date, the Catholic Club will sponsor
hofer and Mrs. Bernice Young. Circle 2, at her home on Keystone
_:The annual meeting of the Lake. the Nightingales, at the homeof a Country Steak Supper at

Clay Electric Cooperative will I Mrs. Ida Gentry, at Lake Ge- the Recreation Hall.

be held on the grounds in Keystone April 2 is the date of the s Mrs. Walter Grolick Chairmanof neva, assisted by Miss Lillian Sunday March 17, will be Com-
Circle 3, at her home on Santa munion Sunday for the Ladies of
Heights on March 28. Mem- Opening of the Grand Chapterof Gentry.
bers of the P-TA are reminded State of Florida, Order uf |I Fe. Lake, Melrose; Mrs. Arthur Mrs. J. W. Wildt, Chairman cf the Parish, and for the Altar

to bake something good for the Eastern Star, at the Colisium in lannering.. Hostess. the Rebeccas, at the home of Mrs. Society. The Rosary will be recited -

Bake Goods concession. Mrs. Fred Jacksonville. Worthy Matron Mrs. Frank Stitchberry, Chair- Richard Sunderland on Live Oak before Mass.

Dodd will be in charge of the Phyllis Hussey, of Keystone man of Circle 4, at the home of Ave., Keystone.The Choir Practice is held at 1:00It

stand for the P-TA. She will Heights, will attend all sessions. combined Youth Fellowship is imperative that all membersbe

need your help. Chaplain Ernestine Eisenacher, Lions Have groups of the Community Church there, as Easter is nearly upon

who is also Past Worthy Matron, -- assisted in the serving of the pig

will be Escort to Grand Treasurer .-,-. --:c.'." -' '- Ladies Night barbeque dinner on March 9 at us.This Saturday, members of the
The Melrose Home Demonstration Mary Laura Johnson of Gaines- -.; the Masonic HalL The sponsors, Catholic Club will call for all

Club will meet at the homeof ville Chapter. Watch for further L ti Keystone Heights Lions' Club the Clay County Civil Defense the things you don't need around

Mrs. Herman Schroeder on notices of the Program in this ;; ladies' Night was held on Mon- Unit No. 1 thus provided the the house, but hate to throw away.
Half Moon Lake
on Friday, paper, as well as in the Jackson- day evening, March 11, when the youth of our community to take i They will take them to the White
March 29, at 2.00 p.m. There will ville Papers. Lions brought wives to part in civic services. Elephant Thrift Shop in Melroseto

Breads.be a demonstration of Yeast their regular monthly dinner The Executive Board of the sell to someone who does need

meeting at the Masonic Hall. Din- Community Church Women will them! You may give your things
Friends of former
Keystoner ner was served by the Junior 'V 0- meet at 9:30 a.m. on March 25. outright, or sell them on consignment
Mrs. Florence Thiele will be
A repeat Performance of the gladto man's Club ladies. It was also a The Men's Club Dinner will be the Shop getting 25
know her address which is
All-Local-Talent Vaudeville Show Zone Meeting, and Lions from Nightingale Circle as Hostesses. per cent. Anyone in town caringto
23 Rifton Place Walden N.Y.
will be held on Saturday evening, the Waldo Club, the Starke Club, at 6:30 p.m.. March 25, with the take part in this project may
Perhaps would like to send
March 30, t the B.H.S. Auditorium they .. and the Jacksonville Riverside Both at Educational Building.On call Mrs. George M. Schaeffer at
her birthday card to her I -
Starke. The Woman's Club a help March 29 the Northeast Mrs. Ernie
iA of Club were on hand, many with 3-4127, or Tomes
celebrate March 18.
Keystone Heights is sponsoringit on (Photo by Valdosta Times) their; wives. Area of the Florida Fellowshipof The boys and girls of the Cate-

benefit their Building Fund. i Carroll Baker, 15-year-old daughter of Mr. stock Show and Sale. The 15-month-old bull, Lion President Charlie McGlave Community Churches will holdan whose number is 34689.
It will be well worth $1.00. Stu- Two birthdays this week- All Day Meeting at the Com- chism Classes recipients of
more and Mrs. W. E. Baker, of Lake Geneva, is weighing 830 pounds was named Lightning because welcomed all guests, and had them were
dent tickets will be 50c. Get yours end that we know of. These cagey shown above with her grand champion black another steer owned by the girl was kill introduce themselves. Happy munity Church in Keystone nice Scapular medals after Mass
now, as it is liable to be a sell- ladies would rather not discuss it, Heights. Registration will be from last week. Father Dougherty, the
Angus steer. Miss Baker, a student at Keystone ed last year by a bolt of lightning. The animalwas Birthday was sung to Mrs.. Mc '
out again! but we wish Janet Lamm and 9:30 a.m. til 10:00. Luncheon at donor, presented them personally
Gladys Haberstroh the best! High School and a member of the Clay County purchased by Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., for Glave and to Lion Hugh Griffinof

4-H Club, took her steer to North Florida Live- approximately $650.on Lake Geneva, both of whom
There has been a change in the were celebrating their natal day. I

date of the March Meeting of the Friends of Mrs. Miriam Slocumbare Women GolfersIn Lion McGlave called on Lion

Garden Club of the Lakes. The happy to know she is home Middleburg NotesREPORTER George Schaeffer to present the REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

new date will be March 21, and from the Bradford County Hos- TournamentOn slate of officers for the followingyear KEYSTONE HEIGHT. FLORIDA

the meeting will be held at the pital after a 3-week' stay following from the Nominating Com-

home of Mrs. Lawrence F. LaMeeon surgery. : RUTH BARTHLOW Monday, March 11, the ladies mittee. Lion Tommy Millican was
Phone BUtler 2-5263 of the Women's Golf Asso-
Lake. will
Keystone Speaker
suggested for President; Lion
be Dr. Hall of the University of Mrs. Nealie Rich has finally I ciation of the Keystone Heights .
Civic Associa- the Vice President; Lion Schaefferfor rI a
*ue Middleburg sick list last week was
Club held their third
Florida. come home from the Bradford Country VC.
second Vice President
tion met in regular session March able to attend school Monday.Mrs. session of Team Play Tourna- ; Lion
County Hospital after being there Joe Wildt, to continue doing sucha
over 3 weeks with pneumonia.Glad .4.1 with the president, Floyd Gnann ments with Team No. 3 leading
good job as SecretaryTreasurer -
special for all Du-
A message with 24 Members of Team
plicate Bridge Club Members presiding. Others present were E. W. Chesser and her son points. ; Lion Jack Haberstroh, Lion
: Eddy 11 the two weeks No. 3 are Gena Christoffers, Jane
The Keystone Heights Duplicate to see Kitty McGlave able i Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Canova, Jr., spent past Tamer; and Lion Frank Nooney,
with her LaCoste Zee Tolles and Corrine
Mr. Mrs. ,
and ,
parents,
to be and after her bout Tail Twister. Election will be in
out
Bridge Club will not meet until up Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Deese, Mrs. Arthur Hatcher. They have Louth. J. Tele" O'Connor P.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297

further notice. When play is resumed with the Flu. She was able to be I F. W. Budington, Mrs. Carleton to Charleston, South Caro-returned Team No. 1 and Team No. J 5 April. Lion McGlave announcedthat
at the Lions Ladies Night, but Lion Schaeffer is now Eye-
will be notified of '
you Clark tied for second with)
lina.
Mrs. G. G. Bardin Mrs. are place,
the date by mail. still a little weak. Meanwhile, Bank Chairman; Lion George
22% points each. Team No. 2 i is ,
H. S. McClair Mrs. G. A. Man-
Charlie has developed a case of Massa, Chairman of Eye-Conser- HEAR REPORTS DIRECT
in third place with 15 points
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dishpanhands.Mrs. ning, Mrs. L. E. Gnann,. Mrs. J. Mrs. F. W. Budington was hos- vation.
Under the leadership of Mrs.: Team No. 6 is in fourth place with]
David Nelson, the Clay County i M. Barnes Charles Newnham, tess to the pastors, the Rev. Geyer 10 points; and Team No. 4 is in For entertainment, Miss Sara FROM WASHINGTONon
Hall has been sick and the Rev. Ridgeway, Sunday Marvin Lion i
Hospital Auxiliary has been sponsoring Daisy George Barthlow, and your re 5th place, with 9 points. daughter' of Roger
for the past three weeks too. night. Marvin of the Riverside Club did
,
a "Save Your CancelledStamps" porter. Next week, March 18, Team .
Mrs. Hall is one of the old-time Mrs. Budington Mrs. Lee, and two song and dance numbers in I
campaign. With the help Several made No. 1 will play Team No. 5; Team ,
of Mrs. George Schaffer, a "stam'pbank" Keystoners, and when the new reports were ,:i Mrs. Oliver were hostesses Sunday No. 2 will play Team No. 3; and colorful costumes. Col. Henry J.

was arranged at the post Woman's Club is comppeted, we among them was a report from to the pastors, the Rev. Geyer Team No. 4 will play Team No.6. Wolfs of Airbourne Special For- WAYR550SUNDAY3:00 -

office, because too many people hope to have her on a program membership committee showing and the Rev. Ridgeway.A On Monday of this week, lady ces was an honored guest, and he :I I ,

had been tossing unwanted ads to tell us of the changes she the enrollment to be 39 members. survey shows that five housesare : guests from Brentwood and May- gave a most interesting sketch of: '
has seen in Keystone over the in the process of being built the work done by his group of: P.M.. .
and cigerette butts into the first Another was a rundown of the port courses were ylaying prac-
boxes years. in Middleburg. The Joe Huntley tice rounds at the Club anti-insurrectionists. Of special
designated for this purpose. Keystone
activities
the
Friends of Mrs. Beatrice Sch- at meeting of ClayCountys' house seems to be progressing Course in for the interest was his story of "Opera "
The "Stamp Bank" is now much prepreation
100 of which is
Floyd right along. The Carol Gnann tion Aligator" which took placein "Congress Calling"A
the worse for wear, but you can a part. Pro-Lady tournament to be playedon
still put your cancelled: stamps roeder are in sympathy with her house has doubled up considerablywithin Tuesday, and the Ladies' invitational and around Keystone Heights

into in. These stamps have been in the loss of her mother, Mrs. The Rev. Thomas the past few days. We sawa Tournament on Wednesday last summer, to the surprise of Public Service Feature Of
Geyer at
was
Beatrice Lavey who passed High School student a college most all present. He stressed the
gathered up all over the county, away home again in both churches of and Thursday of next week,
and several winter visitors and recently. Mrs. LaVey made her his student, airplane mechanics, postal March 19, 20, and 21. Keystonershave improtance of National Security
charge Sunday after conducting
residents of Penney Farms have home with the Schroeders. a week of "New Life Meetngs" clerks, realestate agent, a high been pleased to see so many; *ad commended. Keystoners who Clay Oil Corporation
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volunteered for the tedious job in Central Methodist Churchin rated apprentice carpenter, and folks from the Jacksonville area took part without talking aboutit.

of removing the stamps from the Promptly at 7:27 on March 7, Gainesville, Florida. These finisher carpenter. Although the enjoying the local course. .

envelopes but due to the con- a Demonstration Meeting of the churches are Doctor's Inlet and names listed are the titles with
world-famous Dale which these men are labeled, ac- The Junior Woman's Club will]
certed effort of all, the Hospitalnow Carnegie Middleburg.The .
has its fifth instrument-ap Course was called to order at the series of tivities appeared smooth and pro- sponsor a Card Party on Satur-
meetings for a
Clay Electric Conference Room.A gressive.Mr. day evening March 16 at 8
pliance. It costs you nothing, and week in these sanctuaries began ,
takes about 10 seconds of your large number of people had Sunday evening when the Rev. Richardson's house also o'clock in the Masonic HalL Pi-

time to tear off the corner of gathered to learn "how to win James Ridgeway of Lockhart David Hinnant house looks likea nochle, Bridge, and Canasta- check
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your envelope with the cancelled friends and influence people," : church, Orlando, took his text, dream well on the way. The Bob Prizes for all games-Also door

stamp and drop it into the Bank and a number had already signedfor "The Plea." After making an Wilson dream is about to becomea Prizes. Admission $1.00.

jit the Post Office. Remember toZ.ar the course. Mr. Calvin Walker imiginary transformation of himself reality. BRING YOUR OWN CARDS! :.

off the corner of the envelope urged those who wished to do so into Pontius Pilate he
preached -
leaving about U to H in. to sign up immediately because of a marvelous sermon throughhis ..
all around the stamp. DO NOT the limit to the number in each biography.

try to unglue the stamp. '"The class.' An interesting demonstration O I want to enjoy 3 cars in 1 with the world's

life you save may be your own." of Memory was given. A from
Coming
number of "old grads" came be- Daytona to joinin A MAN HOPES HIS LEAN only slide-open-roof wagon-convertible.5* ,
the observance
of the birthdayof YEARS ARE BEHIND HIM...
fore the group and told how the

Murrhee course had helped them. were her Mrs.mother Jimmie, Mrs.Music Eva and Green her, A WOMAN HOPES HERS., O I want to command America's fastest production ":...

Insurance Agency Mr. E. W. Dwyer of Keystone' children, Jimmie Jr. April, Cheryl, ARE AHEAD car (over 150 mph at Bonneville-one) of the

'f' lt'n 'mn Heights Hartford, ,who Conn.took, in the 1926 course, claim-in and Springs Johnny.were Mrs.From William Green Green Cove w world's highest-performance, 4-passenger luxury cars...*,*(|v'


ADEQUATE CARRY oldest ed-and of the rightly old grads.so-to And be, justin the _and and children Donna. Others Bruce, Nira participating, Ronnie, Ti I O I want to live it up with the dough I save by

I INSURANCE passing, we must say that thereis in the event were Mr. and Mrs. picking America's lowest-priced V8.***
evidence of the :
good this Callos
Cercy and their children,
j course can do an ambitious hard- Anne, Richard, and Michael.Mr. 0 1 want to be a rich pedestria.n.****
working person in the business

See RICHARD MURRHEE world. Tommy )Millican who has ,and Mrs. Clyde Saundersof

Agent just been given a most responsiblejob Atlanta, Georgia, were recent 't\

Phone .73-4 786 in the Clay Electric Cooperative visitors in Middleburg. Their hosts

Keystone Heights. Florida set-up, was one of the and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs.

graduates who gave testimony! 1... C. Canova Jr., Mr. and Mrs. thenckus'
+
Arthur Hatcher also Mrs. J. A. 4aJfi .

Saunders and'Mr. and Mrs. Emory ;

Johns. Joining them in their last ...
A "Let the Rest of the A home for a family get together, 'Ti ..
Your Studebaker dealer that is.
were the Reverend Laurie Saun- ,
World Go By" $

Jt ders of Wesconnet, Mr. and Mrs : ",: ,,::1;
Milford Saujders and their daughter 'r..
Anne of Murray Hill Mr. and Wagonaire by Studebaker ':'It..

Recreation plots near the ol swimming hole Mrs. Alonzo Wood and their **Avanti by Studebaker(who needs to pay p ;' .--0.

$675.00 up if you and the kids aren't daughter, Doris of Hyde Park. Another fad, saving, almost as popular as dieting is an extra $8,000-plus for a 2+2 Ferrari) .*; '.:_

: :Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edmon ***Lark Standard by Studebaker M<..,e..,...........r"+ s .

*,* too lazy to walk a couple blocks. announce the birth of a daughter, being revived. Start a savings account and your lean ****What arc you-aomc kind of a nut? ..*. _:-

%: Betty Dianne. Dianne weighed :: &

8 pounds 8Vi ounces. Both mother years will give way to years of security and plenty. "" r;:.- -".
See Us for
Real Estate Needs
:your and daughter are doing nicely. See all the great'63 Studeb ers at -
'i tSitEs

Mr. and Mrs. L. E Gnann e
S. E. McKAYKeystone attended

the funeral of Roy's brother MEMBER Van Ness Sfudebaker 'l .
t ; F. D. I. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
'. Elbert Gnann in Palatka Sat
THE rRIENOLY .
BANK IN THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
Heights Phone 478.4816
urday.
430 Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Florida .

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