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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 28, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 37;i NO. 13 GREEX COVE SPRINGS; THURSDAY!;; MARCH, 1963 0\\ fJ.S10i1J\ \ \ 10. CENTS PER COpY, .



Pageant Called! Clay Co-op Annual Clay County I

I Miss Clay County EntrantsDiana Fire Fighters"Clay


'Best Ever""From Meeting Set For Today County Fire fighters

I suppressed 211 fires in Clay j
-
the talent exhibitedat """ County In 1962 which burned !
fourth annualy having been selected by the
the rehearsals Fd say that The twenty 5.580 acres: of forest land. In
this promises to be the best meeting of Clay Electric Cooperative members of their respective addition.they answered 28 caBs
Inc.. h scheduled to be districts are as follows: District 1
Pageant ever" according to I for help with house fires. Improved
heldheld at 9 o'clock this morn- No. 2: T. L. Drake (In-
Pro- fires and
David Talbott, Director- pasture manyother
Heights. cumbent), and Wayne G. Wat-
ing in Keystone "
ducer of the Miss Clay County requests for help. said '
of business kins District No. 4: Claude
The first order :
Pageant. Bud Geiger Art Director Gordon Saudridge chairmanof
nomination and Brandon (Incumbent), no sec
will be the
I
I of the Pageant has new the Clay County forest Fire
election of trustees to represent ond nominee; and District No.
stage settings and designs to .. Prevention Committee.
three districts: for a period 6: D. H. Dukes (Incumbent).
i
add to the color and pageantry. "Also many thousands of
x The Cooperative's second nominee. At the an-
no
of three
Music will be furnished by F. years. dollars worth of property were
board nual meeting additional nomi-
;: O. Miller Piano Company and policy-making saved from destruction becauseof
with be made from the
-- of nine nees may
consists persons "
features Mr. Ken Barnett at their efforts reported Mr.
the beautiful Hammond Organ. three being elected each year floor. Sandridge.To .
.
to serve three-year terms. The After the members have
+ carry out these opera-
s The entrants will be treatedto
1 three districts for this year are voted. they will be entertained
tions 14 people are employedby
a busy and exciting day Sat Numbers 2, 4 and 6. The official under a huge tent by 4-H Club
the local FloridaForest;
will be
: .teato urday. March 30. They
a from Alachua.
demonstrations
nominees for these districts
Service fire control organization -
S entertained at a banquet and Bradford and Putnam Coun-

will be interviewed by the I ties. Also during the morning manning and operating
Judges at the Hotel Qui Si entire event will be culminated the crowd will enjoy the gospel 4 towers and 5 pieces of fire

Sana for personality and poise. by the crowning of Miss fighting equipment.In .
singing of "The Rangers a
During the banquet they will Clay County of 1963. well-known TV and radio trio addition to fire Control

ballot for "Miss Congeniality"and The Judges are Mr. James from Charlotte N. C. according to Mr. Sandridge. a

a immediately after the ban- Early past national director personnelwill farm forester worked with 41
.A. At noon. Co-op
} quet they will be given the opportunity I U. S. Jaycees and director of serve a chicken dinner to landowners giving on-the -

for professional the Azalea Festival Pageant. all members of the Cooperative.TWO ground assistance with planting -

C.L41i make-up consultation by a rep- Bert Roselle. WFGA-TV personality timber marking marketing -

; resentative of Helena Rubin- and Mrs. Eloise Glis- and timber stand improve-

stein courtesy of Orange Park son fashion consultant.Gene FROM COUNTY ment.

> ; e Pharmacy. The Pageant opens Koza has been desig- MAKE FSU DEANS LIST Mr. Sandridge emphasized

; with the swim suit portion of nated as official photographerfor Florida State University today that adequate support by all

Pearson sponsored by Huntley Brothers Supermarket Jean Rivers sponsored by Chesser Motor Parts the Judging at 8 pjn. and the this years pageant. announced the Dean's List citizens is needed if all the

contain- state's forest land is to be developed -
for the first trimester
and wisely used. Such
ing the names of undergraduate -
S'+ si students with the best aca- support includes adequate financing -
for fire control services -
demic record during the tri
;dr?
D" mester.To and equipment. Living

make the Deans' List students rages must be paid to ensure
s must have carried 12 or I employing and retaining qualified

more trimester hours of work [ firefighting and forest

and in most divisions must management personel.

.s have made a. gradeaverage of The Florida Forest Service

d (d Y d 3.0 (B) or higher. Students in has budgeted $151.194 for Clay

the College of Arts and Sciences County for the next two years.

L h had to make an averageof Of this amount Clay County

.f N __ ;" t 3.5 and those in the Schoolof will pay $20,896 and the bal-

c 3 Nursing 3.5. ance is requested from State

t. ;i .' Students on the Deans' List and Federal funds. This includes -
f'
from Clay County are: Green the money needed for

Cove Springs Nancy J. Mc- County fire control, the farm

F Carthy; Keystone Heights forestry project (State forest

nha Herbert P. Lamee. operation nursery etc.).
s'z Ss
Florida forest must supply

even more raw materials to
ST. JOHNS RIVER JUNIOR
meet the'expanding heeds ofa
COLLEGE TO HOLD **
a Ri fast growing population.

OPEN HOUSE.. Gordon. San fridge. committeechairfnana
"' ,?7ljy 4 s : I saW.He showed that
: :. On Sunday March 31 from
sa riot6niy is 1 Individual capita -
per
2 until 5 pjn. the St. Johns I
River Junior- College will observe .I use of wood and wood pro
!/!# : its fifth annual ducts increasing but the consuming -
open
.. s 'g
,
house. Dr. B. R. Tilley. presi- public is growing larger. -

dent of the college since its establishment With full forest income derived

stated that at this from maximum production -
Etheridge sponsored by McGee's Welding by Orange Park Pharmacy Florida counties would
Susan Kay Wicks sponsored by Lions Club of Green Cove Sprint Norma Gertrude Libby Clajtor sponsored time prospective students and
their parents as well as other find their county revenues

friends and patrons of the doubled.Mr. .

R.a school will have an opportunity Sandridge emphasised
: I
C 4P tl M to tour the entire campus. also that forestry must answer

Circle K guides will direct vis- extra demands in outdoor recreation -
i el. I
w7 .S itors to the various classrooms I soil water and wild-

KY i the new health center nearing life conservation as well. It Is

completion the laboratories : imperative he said that all of

and the library so that visitors : Florida's 20.000,000 acres of

will have an opportunity- to see forest land' be fully produc-
r II
.r the expanded plant, and'faclU- tive.
ties which have been providedto I

: f accommodate the ever increasing
r r'L CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
: eX enrollment. Total enrollment ,
next year is expectedto TO HAVE SERIES OF
7i
S : r be over 1.000 students. BROADCASTSSix

g--- Faculty members will be: special radio program ,
: available in the various classrooms i
-" I on some of the baste elements
: to meet and talk with of Christianity will be bread-

4s ; guests touring the campus. In cast in "The Bible Speaks to

the north administration wing You" series beginning March
x + where the tour begins visitors 31.

will be able to view the art
The Meaning of Prayer is
work of students from each of
the title of the first program.
the counties in the to -countyarea
It will be followed by: "The
served by the Junior col
Ii Meaning of the Crow." The

Vx lege.The Meaning of the Resurrection*
'y a tour will terminate in
"
The Meaning of Atonement
the Student Center where mu-
"Atonement end the Lonely
.d x. + sic will be provided by a groupof
Crowd." and "The Meaning of
__ students from the Palatka
Senior High School. Refresh Baptism."

Club Donna Elaine Powell sponsored by Jean Jowers Fashions ments will be served to visitors The programs are a Christian'
W. D. Morris Elaine Swanson sponsored by Clay County Sportsmans Science production and bread-'
Sally Ann Thompson sponsored by>> in the Student Center.
Dlsi. for Meadowbrook Farms. cast over station WMBR at

7:15 a.m., WRHC at 1:30 p.m.
ANNIE POOSER WATKINS and WPDQ at 10:46
p.m.
: : Mrs. Annie Pooser Watkins
Pr
i1i 89, died Monday at her homein
JR. HIGH HONOR
ri Green Cove Springs. She was

born In Orangeburg, S. C.. and ROLL ANNOUNCEDA.

had been .a resident of Green D. Duck principal of the

r __ Cove for 30 years. Green Cove Springs Juntor

She is survived by her daughter High School announced the

r w i e Miss Lillian Watkins of honor roll for the end of fee

____ Green Cove Springs and several fourth six-weeks period. ,-
x neices and nephews.
7th Grade Margaret Bat-
.; .A Funeral services will be held
ton. Susan Benn Don Bowies
on Thursday at the First
Pamela Conger. Lon Coster
Methodist Church at 3 o'clock
I Anna Hunt. Sharon MeCor-
F : 3 t with Interment at Hickory '
N mick David Mitchell JeyeeMonaghan.

Grove. Bob Pinkerton

: '- f : Rhonda Revel David Bitter.

_
GCS GIRL MAKES and Johnny SeMen.

; k DEANS LIST AT AUBURN 8th Grade Gall Baker

; ; Shirley Ann Campbell of Sharri Barrie Wau hell Batten

4 H 'F ; .r Green Cove Springs. Fla.. was I I Melba Bryan. Bennie Craven
students included Susan Durham. Jan Garrard.
....' _ In the winter quarter Mike Harper. Margaret Hek e-
i':;::; :, F tt Dean' List for the School of man. Joyce Kelsey, Cheryl

: } d -atO Education: at Auburn University. Knowles. (straight A's); Edith
Mlchaud. Artie M u 1 for d.

She Is the daughter of. Z. J. : (straight A's); Pat Pardafea.

Campbell of Green Cove' Richard Parrfeh. Jo Beysetds.

Spring and is a senior in physical -. Scott Smith. Pats Thomas
Alice Nell Torbeville sponsored 'branje Park Jayeees education. and Judy Wing.
Stella Donna Gales sponsored by Cotaey Tire Service Gail Wilkes sponsored by Suburban Gas Company / 1 Photo br Iora


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NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL

(fiay mouut\! \!. (Eresceuf CLAY COUNTY RESOLUTIONWHEREAS Bridge Prisoners under his jurisdiction and custody be given
medical attention from local doctors in the Interestof t
,-.. GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA the State Road Department of Florida has authorized necessary Also, requesting a copy of the Sheriffs proposed.
economy.
maxim less applicable to public March 11 1953n'f1CJ County to furnish the necessary
1 hold the no Yt"fi't and requested Clay plan for Jail policy of operation for the Commission's approval.
than to private affairs, that honesty is always the .y. ; ; ),')tf3:00 o'clock A. M. rights of way, borrow pits and easements for that portion of Sheriff Hall stated that he hadn't ever had. any trouble with
i. O! rh rB nerd of County Commiaioners Clay County met !nRegular'Setloic Section 71506. State Road S-217, extending from State Road 218 this problem until the Commission allowed one of the prisonersto

best policy. GEORGE WASHINGTON /n the County Commissioners meeting room on Northeasterly to a graded road in the North Half of Section 3. be examined by a doctor of his own choice per the meeting
above time and date. The meeting was called to order by the Township South. Range 23 East which has been surveyed and
of December 4. 1962.
Chairman Honorable Luther Wilson. Other members present located by the State Road Department as shown by a map on Mr. George Davis appeared and requested the Board of

Miss Watkins Graduation were Louis Huntley. Marvin Green. O. J. Murrhee and H. E. file in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of said County Commissioners to go on record approving the establishment -

Moody.Reverend County, and in the office of the said Department at Tallahassee of the Clay County Development Authority and that it not

Connie Johnson of the Shiloh Baptist Church ,be dissolved by the Legislature in the coming session. After a.

opened the meeting with prayer. andWHEREAS, the said Department will not begin construc- discussion motion was made by Commissioner Green, seconded

a 4.} The minutes of the last regular meeting of February 11. tion of said portion of said Section in said County until title to I I by Commissioner Huntley, and carried to approve this request

1963 and Special meeting of February 14. 1963. were approved :all land necessary for said portion of said Section has been conveyed and to have the Clerk so advise the Clay County Legislative
as read.* to or vested in said State by said County and said lands
delegation.
The following monthly reports and .letters were 'read and :ore physically cleared of all occupants tenants fences buildings Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner *

filed. and/or other !structures and improvements upon or encroaching Green and carried the proposed Preliminary Require
Monthly report of County Judge re: Fines and Forfei within the limits of the land required for said portion of ments for New Subdivisions were approved for further study by

tures.Monthly said Section; andWHEREAS the Commission. Also a. Public Hearing to be held before any
report of County Agent. the said County is financially unable at this
I final approval is made by the Commission regarding same.
Monthly report of Assistant County Agent. time to provide the necessary funds to acquire said rights of Motion by Commissioner Huntley, seconded by commis-
of Home Demonstration Agent. but has Issued bonds for pay-
Monthly report way. borrow pits and easements sioner Green/, and carried to approve following resolution:
Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent. ment thereof: now. therefore be it

Monthly report or State Board of Health. RESOLVED that the State Road Department of Florida be RESOLUTION

Monthly report of District Welfare Director, re: County and it is hereby requested to pay for the rights of way borrow WHEREAS a plat of BELLAIR UNIT TWO day County,

rr Indigent Fund. pits and easements for said road including the removal of buildings Florida is recorded In the current public records of Clay County,

Monthly report of Florida Division of Corrections; re: Inspection fences and other structures and improvements thereon Florida in Plat Book 6, pages 48 and 49; and

of Clay County Jail and S.R.D. Camp No. and for other expenses of acquiring title to said rights of way. I' WHEREAS upon said plat Edson Drive Madeira Drive,

2753. borrow pits and easments by purchase or condemnation from from Meadowbrook, Unit Two. to the South end of Madeira
Report of Clay Soil Conservation District. I such funds and under such conditions as are set out in the Drive. Sonora Drive 105 feet West from Madeira Drive Blair-

Quarterly and Annual report of Clay County Public LI- contract hereto attached; and be it further more Boulevard to a depth of one lot East and West of Madeira

brary. RESOLVED that said County, through its Board of County Drive. Valderia Drive South from Edson Drive to the drainage
Pictured above Is the graduating class of Miss Watkins. Letter from Clay Memorial Hospital re: Denying County Commissioners comply with the request of said Departmentand easement in Block 'I, BELLAIR. UNIT TWO. are shown as being
School. They are left to right: Roger Underwood Commissioners request to locate Health Center on clear and ; and
Private procure, convey or vest in said State the free dedicated to Clay County Florida for highway purposes
Leroy Gun, Don Hardee William H. Reed Miss Lillian Watkins Hospital property. unencumbered title to all lands necessary for said portion of WHEREAS, it appears to the Board of County Commissioners -

James Jarrell Leon John Barrie III Tommy Brown, and Letter from The Orange Park Area Junior Chamber of said Section and deliver to the State Road Department said Clay County. Florida that it is to the best interest to day

Danny Register. The graduation exercises were held yesterday Commerce, re: County Advertising Fund. lands physically clear of all occupants tenants fences, buildings County. Florida that the above and foregoing streets shall be

at the school. Letter from Mr. Roy L. Watkins. Surveyor regarding and/or other structures and improvements situate upon ,or encroaching included in the public roads of Clay County Florida; and

Superintendent Hirris C. Long presented the diplomas. Subdivision Plats. I within the limits of the lands required for said por- WHEREAS. Is Is to the best Interest to Clay County. Florida,

In his remarks to the graduating class he said "You will Letter from Al L. Schneider. Attorney for Bellair. Unit tion of said Section and that the Chairman and the Clerk of that it adopt for maintenance the streets and drainage herein-

never stop learningand you will never learn enough. Two with copy of Pittsburgh; Testing Laboratory Re- this Board be and they are hereby authorized and directed to above described in BELLAIR. UNIT TWO as recorded in Plat

port on certain streets in subdivision.Mr. execute and deliver on behalf of !said County to said Departmentand Book 6, pages 48 and 49.
Roy L. Watkins appeared and presented a Plat of Sec- contract in the form hereto attached; and be it further NOW THEREFORE be it resolved by the Board of County
Notes tion 1. Gator Bond Lake Estates. Commissioner Huntley com- Florida that the above streets be,
Clay Hill News RESOLVED, that the Attorney for this Board be. and he is Commissioners, Clay County ,
mented on the Commissions prior approval methods to be usedon County Roads. and that
hereby adopted as
hereby authorized and directed to proceed to take the necessary and the same are
Plats. Motion made by Commissioner Murrhee,
accepting steps for the County to acquire in the name of said County by Clay County adopts for maintenance said streets and drainagein
By MRS. J. L. STRICKLAND seconded by Commissioner Moody and carried to accept the
donation purchase or condemnation said rights of way. borrow BELLAIR. UNIT TWO. said streets being adopted as County
Let's all remember the Home bulance. It seems that was Plat as presented. pits and easements for said'portion of said! Section and to Roads as follows: That portion of said streets that are now

Coming services! at Highland about all Iris got done just Mr. Ray Chance Director of Civil Defense gave a report on prepare In the name of said County by its County Commissioners paved: EDSON DRIVE MADEIRA DRIVE, SONORA DRIVE,

church March 31. 1963. The take sick folks to the doctor the past month's activities for his rescue unit. Also. Mr. Chance all condemnation papers; affidavits and pleadings and prose- BLAIRMORE BOULEVARD. VALDERIA DRIVE S4 Shown on

pastor the Rev. George Chasm bring that load home and take requested the Commission's approval for purchase of a two way cute all condemnation proceedings to judgment; and said Attor- Plat of BELLAIR UNIT TWO.

told us to stress that all present another. But while the folks at radio for Civil Defense Headquarters in the amount of $350.00. ney is further authorized to have prepared and furnish to the

and past members are invitedto Highland were having a run in After a discussion motion was made by Commissioner Huntley Department the abstract search provided for in said contract. Mr. S. D. Saunders appeared and requested that a traffic

attend, especially all of the with flu the Clay Hill people seconded by Commissioner Green, and carried to approve Mr. count be requested from the State Road Department for speed

charter members and former were. too. It would take too Chance's request. If funds used would not jeopardize'other accounts At the request of Commissioner Murrhee, the Clerk was' Instructed zone at the vicinity of Shirley's Truck Stop on SR-21 near Mid-

pastors. These last mentioned, much time and paper to name budgeted. to write the Stale Road Department requesting a load dleburg. Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner -

charter members and pastors, all who were sick with it. besides Commissioner Moody at this time presented other membersof limit be placed on SR 8-315, from McRae to SR-21. : Huntley, and carried to request a traffic count from the

will be especially recognized. we don't know the namesof the Board two prepared resolutions; one to approve the ac- Motion by Commissioner Huntley. seconded by Commissioner State Road Department for possible change of speed regulationIn

everyone who lives In the quisition of the former Navy Base at Green Cove Springs by Green, and carried the bills were approved and Warrants this area.

The members (some of them) Clay Hill section but it ,seems the City of Green Cove Springs and request the State to with- ordered drawn in payment of !same as will appear by Warrant Representative Saunders Informed the Commissioners thatif

worked at the church last Sat- the majority are Included in draw its bid for acquisition. The other resolution was to requestthe Lists numbered 318. 318-A and 318-B which lists are hereby they had any proposed local legislation to be matted he wouldbe

urday and partly built the new this but we Stricklands have State not to use the Base as a Penal Institution if the StateIs adopted as a part of these minutes as much so as if set out In happy to discuss: it with the Board.

tables, and they are really an escaped it so far. and we aren'tcrying the successful bidder. Motion was made at this time by Commissioner full herein. Motion by Commissioner Huntley seconded by Commissioner -

improvement over the old ones. : because we are left out! Moody to adopt these prepared resolutions. Commissioner Commissioner Huntley at this time stated that apparentlythere Green and carried the Board adjourned to meet again In

There will be another working Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Padgett Huntley stated that he would have to object to these had been- misunderstanding in the Sheriff's Department regular session on the second Monday in April that being the

this Saturday to finish the tabs from Jacksonville visited home resolutions on the following grounds. That the City hasn't even I regarding action taken by the Board on December 4. 1962. regarding 8th day of April 1963 at 9:00 o'clock A. M.Luther.
clean the up to the present time ever requested his assistance on the matter I Upon motion of Commissioner Huntley Wilson Chairman
and then to up folks recently. Betty stayed a County prisoner.
grounds. All who can please few days with her grandmother or discussed it with him. That he as well as other CountyCommissioners seconded by Commissioner Green and carried the Com Attest:: .

come and help with this work. Irene Padgett and Irene had long before the City's bid for purchase of mission instructed Sheriff Hall to see that the County Road and George L. Carlisle Clerk
the base had contacted State Officials in Tallahassee request-
says !she was sure glad to get a ing that the State purchase the base rather than let it be sold 40"
We were very sorry to learn lift about that time she wasamong
in parcels so it may be retained in its entirety and used as an
of the illness of David Eunice the flu victims.
Industrial Park. The State has made a bid and he would have
of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Eu- that
eon
to support the State's request for.purchase. Commissioner Huntley 36 days
nice. He is in Hope Haven Hos- provFords
Jim Budd Lang has recovered stated if the State was successful in the purchase of the
pital at the present time but is
from his flu enough to go backto base he would be happy to go to State officials with the City
Improved to what he was
some help Elgin Lang in the store officials and offer his assistance in any way to see that the City
last week. It seems his case is
again. prospects were considered in locating at the base. Commissioner
very complicated and hard to Really it looks like we should Green stated he concurred in all of Commissioner Huntley's total !
determine just what has caused performance
establish a hospital out here at remarks. Commissioner Moody's motion for adoption of his two
his illness but seems to be a
Clay Hill but who would workin resolutions died for lack of a second to his motion. Mr., E. C.
wish
form of paralysis. We a
it? Everyone sick but we Hicks. Jr. appeared and requested the Commission's approvalof
for him.
speedy recovery
could at least get up a good ar- Commissioner Moody's resolutiqns.
RIVERSIDE CAL. MONTE CARLO PURE OIL TRIALS DAYTONA, FLA.
guement as to who is the sick- Motion was made by Commissioner Huntley seconded by ,
We understand that Mr. and
Mrs.Albert Norman are Grand est person and that would be Commissioner Green to adopt the following resolution. Votingfor January'20 January 23 January 27 February 24

pa and Grandma again their better than no one to talk to. ,I the resolution. Commissioners Murrhee and Wilson; voting I la toW performance test of brakes.snpensioa The*63tt Falcon V-l Sprints made their I la a compefatfcM designed to test .11aybI. "500" .arstory was made whet.
Nell Griffis being Perhaps some of us would get against was Commissioner Moody. end steering on the twistdebut with a fantastic showing hi' the2,500mfle around performance. Fords were onr13 Fords bland into the InC M
daughter. Jo well enough to work some then! RESOLUTION I II Riverside sports car course, DM Monte Carlo Retire./ Thnxig all winners'b Class 1 and Class II 'hi the places! Siva DsrtoM (to the _eMit
the mother of a daughter the WHEREAS the Board of County Commissioners of Clay Gurney drove I Ford hardtop t to victory Europe's worst winter weather they Pore Performance Trials at Daytona track 'M IN world,this was eyewmesi
last few days (sorry we faUed ever 43 other stock cars.The 500-mBe placed 1st and 2nd in dass.Besides tics Their tofe/perfonnance design added ea proof that Fads toll performeM
County Florida has learned of the proposed purchase by the tried demonstrated Ford's superior ...one Sprint defeated every entrant in to most total points In' gas economy, design cat sedan the auiMum to
to learn when!) and forget We attended morning serv- State of Florida of the Naval Station property at Green Cove stamina end rotd-holdmf. the b Y"11 1 specul stages. acceleration and braking events. automotive puaishaient ,
which one of the Griffis Jo ices at Long Branch church
Springs Florida and
Nell's husband is. If there is a Sunday and had 62 present for aforesaid
WHEREAS THE Board of County Commissioners
forgetful in Flori- School. The Primary
more person Sunday
have learned that the State proposes to use said property as an
than this correspondent is,. the banner class with
da class was
Industrial Park and for location of Industry thereat and
do not bring them here, of 88. There were 39
please a grade WHEREAS the said Board believes that the best interest of
or we would forget to breathe 100% members. all of the people of Clay County and the surrounding countieswill

There had been 36 presentfor be best served by the State of Florida acquiring said prop-
Sunday. Albert Norman's Training Union two Sun- erty for Industrial uses, it is therefore

family and friends gave him a days straight.We RESOLVED by The Board of County Commissioners of

surprise birthday dinner and Clay County Florida in session this day assembled that said

party combined. Edwin Chism attended Highland Sun- Board go on record as supporting and endorsing the efforts of w,t> '
stated it looked more like a day evening, and learned there the State of'Florida in its efforts to acquire the Naval Station ,,:: r ; gthv'' Fdlt:0lt stoat twroTOPFoRO

Homecoming somewhere than were 68 present in Sunday property for Industrial uses and that a copy of this Resolution
like a birthday dinner so Albert School and the Nursery won be forwarded to to Congressman Matthews and Senators Hol-

was surely well remem- the banner with a grade of 95. land and Smathers of the Florida Delegation and respectfullyask
bered by friends neighbors and next in line that said facilities be not used for prison and/or asylum.
i' The Primarys were
family. We just wish. him many
with a grade of 85. There were
more happy- and we do mean 51 one hundred per cent mem- Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commissioner
HAPPY birthdays. Green and carried to approve an Easement for five'
bers present. It seems some
attend in spite of years for four acres of land for a Garbage Dump in Section 1,
able to
were
)!rs. Lula Pendarvis has been 23 of Easement and .
sickness and all obstacles. Township 8 Range East subject to legality
for aunt:wont
staying in Macclenny a
receipt of same. sroats twlolar
while due to her brother's ill- s,
Motion by Commissioner Murrhee. seconded by Commissioner .
1 ness. He was in the Lake City "OUST"CRABGRASS Moody, and carried to advertise for bids on Gasoline ;,, '

Veterans Hospital for several How would you like to loga and Oil for Clay.County Road Department for one year beginning -

days it seems he was having little June or July lawn May 1. 153 thru May 1, 1964 bids to be received by >8:00>:

some gall bladder trouble. We work this week end or next o'clock A.M. April 8. 1963.

hope he is much improved long -and get about a 90-day jumpon Motion by Commissioner.Green, seconded by Commissioner

before this. "Mrs. Pen" was crabgrass in the process: Moody, and carried the following resolution was adopted: also l'1"J
back in church Sunday, so sup- executed right of way contract and may of lam
do that if
You can just you
pose her brother was much
I apply "Oust" crabgrass pre ,
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i 'venter a Du Font formula- Middleburg Notes _
seems the flu was work- tion based on the chemical"Dacthal"

Highland last week and theWe that offers 95 to
REPORTER: RUTH BARTHLOW
k before according to Iris 100 per cent pre-emergence
Phone BUtler 2-5263
and Bill Pendants, their car control of the unwelcome In-

had almost turned into an am- I truder. House guests In the home of aeph Shaffer both of Middle

Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Clark burg were married In the May the 63] that total of Fords
and here
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAYBY for the put week were the for port Baptist church by the Rev. are s gave proof
Harold E. Allen former pastorof
mea brothers and their wives the Middleburg Baptist and handling!
I durability theDavtona-SOa-Onewry busy cross street- If"'
CRESCENT PRESS INC. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark Sr. church Only the members of you want the brakes that won on Riverside's I rd-hm.

... ,...... CreeD COT Springs. Florid from Wayne. Fa. Mr. and Mrs. the families were present. Mr. You may never see a competitive auto event. But sports car circuit.Your engine will hold up better W.Wft t.r"4......

Phone 284-3166 Horace Clark of Ardmore, Pa.. and Mrs., Shaffer took a short at 30 mph on rain-slick blacktop, in the dosethrough years of turnpike use because it's as ...!!!!!,...........

Mrs. Elizabeth Clark mother of honeymoon down the state. packed rush of 5 o'clock traffic on a twisting beautifully balanced as Falcon's Monte Carlo

,... NATIONAL EDITORIAL I the three brothers also Mr. and They are at home in the Culver mountain road, the results/ are important to you. V-8's.[O The winning competition car is bound to FO R D

a C TII I Mrs. Bance A. Gordon and house. D On every slippery surface/ you need the kind be a great road car-and Ford is the big winner!

', their daughter. Donna all of of readability that placed five Fords out front in ice_.a.wN me*er""""'.+neeeos <@) __..... rurea.raaa: s.rob.nasaeasrraa
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Hor- Jimmie Frisbee spent the

ace Clark left MiddleburrVt- weekend in Middleburg with

DUNCAN GRONER President urday for Dallas. The' ijrl his family. Mr. and Mrs.

I Clarks carried Mr. /and If*. Charles B. Frisbee. Jimmie re- J. P. REVELS FORD COMPANY

Green tEatered: COT Springs JLX second Florid Class Matter.under th July* Ait la. of Utl March at the 1.S ll't\.OtfIC" Paul Clark on a week end tOp tured to Greenville S. C.. wherehe

.. $ee..d Class postage paid at Greta C.Te S..ria... Fla. to Naples. is now stationed. But after

SUBSCRIPTION RATES this week he is to be stationedat 601N Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Ph. 284-9779 CO 4-6511
One Year-in advance ._. $UO Mrs. Maxine Butter and Jo- Savannah. Ga. .



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I Green Cove SocialsState SAP SCRUB PINE HARDWOODS PROFITS BEVERLY ENGAGEMENT IIAMMOCH ANNOUNCEDMr. I County- Servicemen I I


Rep. and Mrs. S. D. Mrs. Charlotte Wittke of Racine Commercially growing pines -A! fYY and Mrs. O. S. Beckman Carl H. Rosenbush. Jr.. air- trination to Navy life recruit
cannot compete on even terms announce the engagement of
Saunders attended the dedica- Wisconsin is visiting her man apprentice T7SN. son of are trained in physical fitness
with such oaks as the scrub, their daughter. Beverly Kay. basic military law. military
daughter, Mrs. Gladys Phillips.Mrs. a4 a A r Mr. and Mrs. C. Rosenbush of
tion of the First Restoration turkey post black jack and to Arthur Leon Hammock, son drill customs and etiQuett of
of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mason of Green Cove Springs Fla.. com-
Project, The Anivas House, blue Jack. Yet 8.000.000 flori- the naval service, swimmingand
L. C. Fisher has returned da forest Jacksonville. Florida. Miss pleted Aviation Familiarization
Tre Avero-Salcedo House The acres are in hardwoods i survival first aid and tea '
to Patterson. Ga., after hav- Beckman is graduate of Clay
only a
seven cent
Gallegos House, on March 11 at per School. March 1. at the Naval manship.
I ing been in Green Cove for a of which can be classed as High School in the last of 1962. i Air Technical Training Center
the Avero Triangle St. Augustine few days. She will be Mr. Mason attended Clay
the guest desirable growing stock. .., High Memphis, Tenn. Army Pvt. Gervte H. Chem
Fla., and the receptionand of Mrs Roma School and
Thomas. graduated
was
Spring is the time to kill
The two-week course includes son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert O.
dinner that followed hon- from Paxbn Senior Schoolin
High
these scrub hardwoods, which flight theory, aircraft handling Cherry, 148 Campbell ave..
oring Vice President and Mrs. Jacksonville 1962.
Mrs. Louise Conine and :Mrs. sap the profit from pines.. survival and fire fighting I Orange Park Fla., recently was
Lyndon Johnson at the Hotel Thomas from Monticello are Several ways may be used -{ The wedding will, take placeat Graduates of the course go on assigned to the 82nd Airborne

Ponce de Leon. staying with Mrs. A. H. Bell fora to eliminate the scrub hard- k the Green Cove Springs to attend more technical train- Division at Fort Bragg N. C.

few days. the Florida Forest Service according Methodist Church on Tuesday ing schools which prepare them Cherry entered the Army in

Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Saunders to individual condi- : evening June 4th at 7:30: 0'- for aviation duty. May 1962. and completed basis

have as their house guests this tions. clock. A reception will be held training at Fort Gordon Ga.

week. Mrs. Saunders parents. NEW STAMP BANK 1. Frill tree .with axe and in the social hall of the church Wayne D. Morton. 17 son The 21-year-old soldier is a

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hammock, AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PO apply poison immediately following the cere- of Mr. and Mrs. Espy D. Mor- 1959 graduate of Clay County

of Live Oak Fla., former resi- Last week, we told of the 2. Use tree injector tool to ti. mony. ton of Route 1, Green Cove i High School. Green Cove

dents of Green Cove Springs.Mr. Stamp Bank at the Post Office poison and kill undesirabletrees. No invitations are being cent Springs!!!, Fla., completed recruit I Springs.

and Mrs. S. D. Saunders Since that time. Cmdr: All relatives and friends of the training. March 4. at the I He was employed by Alex L.

had a stheir luncheon guest Ray Chance and Jack Haber- 3. Basal spray method on :'L : couple are invited to attend. Naval Training Center, Great Gilmour Incorporated Jacksonville

Sunday in addition to Mrs stroh have taken pity on the small trees, with poison spray- Lakes. Ill.During before entering the
ed on externally Photo by Gene Koza the nine-week Indoc- I Army
Saunders parents. :Mr. and Mrs.S. poor much-autographed box at near base of
tree. At the talent show last Friday evening Mrs. Jack Saamis ERNEST ENGENE SAPPFuneral
J. Hammock, Rev. and Mrs. the post office and have "re
shown above as she presented a check for $50 from the
4. Foliar (from Services were heldon
William Saunders and four tired" it, replacing it wits spray mist
a Junior Womans Club to R. L. Kledzik, administrator of the
blower or aircraft) 'Tuesday for Ernest Engene
children Sidney .Cindey Jin- metal bank which should hold which kills Hear programs of
ney and Vickey from Gaines- "beaucoups" of stamps. This is trees in large tracts by kill- Clay l\lemorialllospitaL The money is to be used for a refri&erator Sapp. 60. Mr. Sapp was bornon
ing tree thermostat for the Blood Bank at the hospital. Feb. 2. 1903 and had livedin
foliage.
vi ie, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. J. :a project of the Clay County FIXE
L. Alvarez and their son, David .Hospital Auxiliary With everyone's 5. Mechanical eradication of i JUNIOR WOMAN'S Green Cve for 30 years. *
from Middleburg. Fla. unwanted trees by chopper He is survived by his widow RECORDED
: or !
help they have purchaseda GIRL SCOUTS CLUB. TALENT SHOW
harrow. Senobie, 2 daughters Mrs.
new Emergency Room table, .
The tree poison-or silvicide :VISIT SAVANNAH The talent show sponsoredby Pansy Faust, Pittsburgh Pa. SACRED
Mr and Mrs. George Davis.their an electrical surgical unit anda'
Pressure Equalizer for the -recommended by the farm i Orange Park Girl Scout the Junior Woman's Clubof Mrs. Pauline Wingo Mandarin,
daughter Virginia Bruce, forester be Green Cove Springs playedto Fla.. three brothers. Rev. H. MUSIC
and ,Emergency Room. Modern, up- may one of several i Troop 203 made a visit to the
grandchild Bruce Platt
kinds, in audience of 250 H. Sapp, Luther Sapp, of Green
to-date equipment helps the or combination. It i Juliet Lowe Birthplace in Savannah an over DAILY
spent last week-end in Ft.
hospital staff to function to its is important that the unwanted -I last weekendThe people last Friday evening in Cove. Ira Sapp of Jacksonville
Payne. Alabama.
tree be the auditorium of the Junior a sister. Mrs. Idel Priest of
fullest capacity. The latest pro totally killed 18 girls were accompanied -
ject is a new Delivery Room throughout its root system and i by their co-leadrs, Mrs. High School. Green Cove and eight grandchildren ". ON
WSCS
TO HA"EMEETING
Table which has been presentedto bole and not merely stunted. i Donald Blair and Mrs. O. S. The program consisted of .

APRIL 9th the hospital. Liquid compounds may include Braddock and Mrs. Whitmore, 21 acts Participating in these The Rev. A. D. Martin and

The April meeting of the 2-4-5-T or 2-4-D, or both. Mrs. Walter Odum, Mrs. O. B. acts were: Carl Swanson William D. Jones conductedthe
Mrs. David Nelson, who is in
WSCS of the Methodist Church charge of collecting the Some silvicides are toxic to King and Mrs. Harvey. They Elaine Farley, Justine Milbur- funeral services at'Hickory WAYR-5SO

will be held Tuesday evening, tells us that if you will stamps leave livestock. Strength varies, andit departed early Friday morn- ger. Crystal Milburger, Laurie Grove Baptist Church and interment I

April 9. about a margin of one inch on is best to consult the farm ing and stopped for a picnic Temple.. Norleen Elliott. Susan was in Shiloh Ceme-

The Executive committeewill the left side and the bottom of forester about this. Follar lunch at Jeckyl Island en Rivers, Lynda Kenney, David tery.
sprays should be applied with route to Savannah. After their Noble. Mack Kirkland Cheryl
meet at 7 o'clock and the the stamp when you cut it off
caution to avoid damage arrival they enjoyed dinner at Ruthie
to Hutchings. and Bobby
general
i ; meeting wiU begin at the envelope it will make it a
7:30 o'clock. lot easier to "un-glue" with crops. the Pirate's House and then Hawkins, Alice and Louise .
A Florida Forest Service settled down for the night at Heath, Joanne Swanson Me-
The Rev. Leigh N. Soule of something to hang onto.
farm forester on request will the Manger Hotel. linda Glennan. Janice Fletcher. -
the Penney Farms Memorial So, keep on dropping those Skip the sulphur and molasses-
visit and examine the landowner's On Saturday they cooked Pattie Rivers and Patsy _
Home Community will presenta cancelled stamps into the
forest tract to decide their meals at th Juliet Lowe Patten, John Johnson, Fay
program about young people. stamp-bank
the most efficient method for birthplace went sight-seeing, Wilson Eddie R o b e r t so n, ,
CHEVROLET SUPER, SPORT
get .
scrub removal. and watched th Savannah St. Charles Anderson Gary Wilson, a ; .

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH NOTICE Patrick's Day Parade. They Betty Sheridan. Clay High J

CHURCH started for home right after Dance Band. Walter John t Chevrolet 'Super Sports have a charm that Sport zing applies to the CorvaIr Monza

Vermont Ave. CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE iiios BY KOZA breakfast on Sunday morning Heath The Barber Shop Quartet soothe your springtime yen for romantic Spyder very breezy with its air-cooled 150-'

GreeD COTO Springs and were back in Orange Park and Barry Lancaster. adventure as fast as you can slip into a horsepower rear-mounted engine, and 4-

SOCIETY The Hilltop Photo Studio by early afternoon. The Scouts While the Judges, Mrs. C. F. bucket seat. (Especially the Impala's, with speed shift*.Ditto for the new Corvette Sting

You have a Cor. E. Houston St. A. We will had raised all but $2 apiece of Holmes, Mrs. Bill Lovett, and its adjustable new Comfortilt steering Ray a magnificent thoroughbred among

Special Invitation N. Magnolia Ave cover your :their expens money in their M. H. King, an of Orange Park wheel.) Front bucket seats are pure-blood sports cars with not

to attend SPRINGS Photographic needs for I weekly bake sales. were selecting the winners, a great start but'Super Sports asinglesacrificeincomfort.Botbalso
GREEN COVE
i Church and Sunday School FLORIDA Portraits, 'f'edcUnChureh I special guests Charles Noble feature plush all-vinyl In- SUAII SPocr Spyder and Sting Ray come interiors
i i J 1 Use tissue paper liberally hem and Mike Offley entertainedwith special interior-exterior coupe or convertible styles. All
Sunday School 9:45 Services held Sundayat Social and Fraternal I you pack for a trip. In coat several numbers. trim in tasteful touches and a '' Chevrolet Super Sports are like

a.m. 11 a.m. I And All Other Occasions sleeves, dresses and shirts, it's the veritable feast of goodies call spring days-you've got to get
Preaching 11 Mrs. Walter Lucas
00 presentedthe
I : a.m. surest way to avoid suitcase- performance options. Chevrolet out in them to savor them. So
Nite Subject REALITY I wrinkled clothes. prizes: 1st place went to
Sunday S rr. 7:00 p.m. Prompt unpack
For Appointment Call and Chevy II Super Sports catch yourself a passing zephyr
Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. March 31 lug when you arrive at your Betty Sheridan who played a .
destination will invite adventure in convertible and waft on down to your
Pastor, neT. J. C Majnor GENE KOZA help,too. piano selection "Valse Arabes-
A cordial invitation is extendedto or coupe form.That same Super Chevrolet showroom.
Phone--EV 0-5830 attend our services. que": 2nd place to Norleen oi aaJ.1..s.H(.

2849268GREEN Elliott for her tap dancing and.

singing of "The Love Bug Will I.

COVE SPRINGS CLAY THEATRE :Bite You"; and 3rd place to
r
Farm For Rent Melinda Glennan. who pre-

sented two piano selections,
Moo. thru Fri. one show only
17 acres, near highway cleared. 3 bdrm. house, 2 baths, good -.. "Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C
Box office opens 7:15 p.m. Sharp Minor" and "Basin

water. Pecan and fruit trees. Rent $100.00 per month. Feature Begins 7:45 pjn. Street Blues. Honorable Mention -i _

For information call hearing aids Sat.-Sun.. 2 p.m. continuous Mack went Kirkland to David for Noble their imitation and-

MR. GOODWIN PHONE 284-3106 Phone 284-6711 of "Jackie Gleason and
to fit
everyhearing Crazy All contestants in the
FLORIDA STATE WIDE REALTY
contest received a pass to the

1513 San Marco Bird. EX 8-9836 Jacksonville loss Thurs., Fri. & Sat. swimming pool compliments of
the city of GCS and a milk:
March 28, 29 & 30
shake from Cove Sundries

I Three Feature Horrorthon: compliments of the Bank of


a Spring Here !! i4tatw' SCREAMING BRALNEATERSNIGHT SKULL Green Cove Springs.


make
OF THE mowingwith
MR. R. C. PAULKA

We Rent- Laboratory Trained BLOOD BEAST

I Hearing Aid Consultantfrom

Small Equipment For Your Needs in

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Y. s '1 f
MAICO HEARING SERVICE Sun" '{on.. Tues. Wed. iae
Gardening and Lawn Care-
: Jacksonville Fla.. will give March 31, April 1, 2, 3.

FREE hearing tests and demonstrations

You Name it We Have It!. Tuesday Mar. JESSIEA t

i 26th at BRADLEY'S DRUGSTORE Anrie Dickinson

CALL US Green Cove Springs, Explosive Generation

Florida. CUB CADET'Your ,

McGees Welding & Radiator Shop 0 family will positively

fight for chance to the
520 a mow
"W. Oranre Are.
Phone 284-3163
lawn with an International-

AZALEA SALE Cub Cadet Controls are so
easy almost anyone can driveit. ::::
Yowl zip over your lawnin cc: 'Ia

THOUSANDS MUST GO tIn record time up to an
CHICKEN acre an hour with the husky
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gallons. and quarts 38in. International rotary
mower. Mowing is tUft witha

Dwarf and Fonnosas Cub Cadet made by
w the world's most experiencedtractor
4 -
BARBEQUE maker.

7 Hr .p.w.r lay riJ* tAH
t_r lary.,*.nat
Thursday Friday Saturday. Sunday n Modtl stow* dockviui Corvette Shy Ray Conttr&U Conair Mmua SpyderCentertiblt
Sponsored by 0 .: IS kca r farm sad f__ Cknrol Impala Super Sport Conrtrtiblt. Chcry II Nova IW Sup*
.'.. i- March 21st thru Starch, 2ith .tf.cb.nab .vsiIsbl.COMVLMtiNT Sport Cm* rtibl*. Ctnter:Soap Box Derby Racer, omd by AU-Amerua boys

WAYSIDE HORSEMAN'S CLUB .-e TERMS NOW SEE WHAT$ NEW AT CHEVROLET DEALER'S
COME INI! SEE THE CUB UDIT


Courthouse Annex Grounds Hall's Nurseries rzl; McGEE'S WELDING

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i $ Highway RADIATOR SHOP
Saturday March 23 5-8 P.M. .- :; ,
ROBERTS.CHEVROLET
520 N. Orange Ave.
: s :"t- 4 Miles South of Orange ParkS .
1.00 Green Cove Springs
Adults 75t Children -
I Miles, North of Green Cove Spring Phone 2S4-316J Orange and Park Green Cove Springs Phone 2843033THURSDAY '



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Southerner Named 1962 Outdoorsman SQUARE DANCERS | ORANGE: AND WHITE GAME -

GO TO SANFORD Orange Park SocialsCaptain i I SET FOE NEXT WEEK

Over 100 dancers
square The Orange Park High REAL ESTATE
rX' ,xf went to Sanford last Saturday I and Mrs. A. R. and their daughter Carol spent School' Boosters' .
the
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a evening on the Orange Park I Wooldridge have been enjoyinga last weekend with her parents Orange: and White football INSURANCE APPRAISALS

4 Promenaders' Knothead Trip visit from her parnts. Mr. who are wintering at Daytona game' will be' playtd on Friday .

Y Y to Sanford. :and Mrs. Rake of Philadelphia, Beach. Mrs. McDaniel was the March 29, at 8 o'clock in the .

r.i This large get-together of I Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Rake are on winner of the prize drawing at evening at the Hoyt Cotney Frank W. Brown
square dancers sponsored by their way further south for a the grand opening of Jean Jow- Stadium.

the Starlight Promenaders of I vacation. ers Dress Shop last week. This. will be an intersquad and Associates '
Sanford featured Chuck
caller. game. with two teams coached
Durant of Daytona Beach. I Mrs. A. G. Pace of Smith' St. Lt. Commander and Mrs. rKenna Clark and Pope Grif- 1800 U. S. Highway 17 Phone
More than 30 squares of danc- William Benner and childrenare Orange Park CO 4-9504
I came home last Thursday from tin" of the high school coaching -;
ers from all over the state enjoyed Clay Memorial Hospital aftera new residents of River.Road staff. .

the dancing and refreshments stay of a few weeks. She is in Orange Park. The Boosters profit from last
with the decorations
-i on recovering well from a serious Saturday's Donkey Basketball
a St. Patrick's Day theme.
Mrs. Richard Promhart of '
illness. Game was $59.25. The total
__ Ninety-two dancers from the West Holly Point Rd. is recu
gate receipts were $237, which
Orange Park group earned New residents of Elbow Road perating at home after surgeryat was: distributed"among the Clay County Pharmacy
their Knothead badge for
St. Vincent's Hospital.
.j Boosters the Middleburg Volunteer
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huntley
are -
travelling 100 miles for an (formerly Clay County Drag Co.)
formrly of Doctors Inlet. Fire Department and
Lowell E. Krieg left, vice president and general manager of evening of square dancing and The Nelson E. Morgans of Allen he';donkey owners.

Winchester-Western Dhision of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., returning the same evening. Mac Court spent the 4-day On April 6, after the Senior Is now owned and operated
holds custom-made gun given at sports banquet honoring Nash Local callers Floyd Hazen and Sandra Chambers a studentat week-end o na trip to South Class Barbeque the Boosters
:Buckingham center and John M. Olin chairman of the Executive Elwood Sexton went along as Florida Southern College, byGene
Morgan'smother
Carolina to take Mr.
Committee of Olin Mathieson looks wilr sponsor an even better
on.
was home last weekend for
a
guest callers. The buses arrived -
home after her visit donkey basketball
ALTON" ILL. The :1962 Outdoorsman of the Year Award home in Orange Park at .visit with her parents Mr. and here with them. game. Allen
was presented to Nash Buckingham the "grand old man of 1:15 in the morning. Mrs. P. A. Chambers of Kings- The Boosters still need $21,-
.American conservation" here during Fourth Annual Winchester- ley Ave. 000 to pay for what is already
"Wetern Seminar on Firearms and Ammunition Development. Jim James Orange Park: complete. Besides there are STORE HOURS:
.Mr. Buckingham,_of_Memphis, Tennessee who has spent most High Senior won second placein
: 4-H DISTRICT many other things still needed Mon
01 hiS 82 years at me forefront Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jenkins thru Sat. -9:00 AJVL-10 P.M.
of the nation's major conservation award because Buckingham had DEMONSTRATION DAY the District 3 Teen-age Deluding restrooms plumb- ;
and Sunday -:00 P.lI'B P.M.Day
two children
and Dr. and
battles was honored at been the company's first Director 4-H girls from the seven Rodeo held by the Jaycees in nit lights and floors. Your
a special banquet attended by of Game Restoration backin Mrs. H. L. Stephens and two DeLand last Saturday.
counties in District V particI- support of any Boosters project Phone CO 4-9226 Night Phone CO 4-9401
leading conservationists, 1925. He held
this
all
game position children neighbors on
First place winner hi the Or- :
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management specialists. and with the old Western Cartridge pated in a District Demonstration will be most appreciated.
Orange Circle tried out their
outdoor writers. Company for three years. Day on Friday March ange Park Area Jaycees Roadeo Orange Park
In addition to his award scroll. An outstanding contributor of loth held in the Clay County new camping tent on an over- Jim is the son of Orange GRACE CHURCH
articles and stories on outdoor night trip to Goldhead Branch .
:Mr. Buckingham was presentedwith Extension Auditorium.The Park Police Chief Carl Joines.
a custom made Winchester subjects to national magazines State Park last Saturday night. NAMES VESTRY
Nash Buckingham meet ng was presided He was accompanied to DeLandby
:Model 21 shotgun with an appropriate was one of
inscription,. the founders of the Outdoor over by Carroll Baker 4-H Orange Park Jaycee Archie The Rev. Donald R. Claw-

CoL Forrest V.Durrand,direct Writers Association of America member and Junior Leader Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McDaniel Padgett. son rector of Grace Episcopal

tor of Tennessee Game and Fish and" has of Chiefs"received award.their In covetedJade 1928 from Keystone Heights. Church has announced the COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire

Commission Commissioner and Missouri Dru Conser-Pippin, he helped found the American Over one hundred girls took Girl Scout Neighborhood I appointment of Robert E.

vation Commission attended. voted Wild Fowlers, a foundation de- part in 53 demonstraions cov- MeetingThe Breen:, as senior warden of the
to the
study of waterfowl
The Outdoorsman of the Year conditions in this country and ering Bubjecs from breadmak- Orange Park-Naval Air Everyone who attended the vestry. Other officers were Recapping from Smallest to Largest Six
Is selected by a national poll of Canada, subsequently absorbed Ing to cooking to electricity. Station"Girl Scout Neighborhood Orange Park Elementary P-TA elected' for the coming year

conservationists come 4,000 outdoor and writers is donated and by More Game Birds in America Several of the girls performedin met Tuesday morning. last week enjoyed the program are James Lytle junior warden -
and later
by the Winchester-Western Unlimited. to become Ducks. "Share the Fun" nad Coun- March 19, at 9:30 a.m. at the put on by the Brownies and -; Paul M.. King clerk of Dist. Miller Tires-Antolite Batteries

vision Olin Mathieson Chemical A lifelong hunter and conser ty Songs. Lions Club In th escout room. Girl Scouts. Troop 39( la plan- the' vestry; Arthur M. Nelson

include Corporation.Gen. Curtis Former LeMay.recipients the vationist, he was the first to The 4-H'ers who attended Everyone agreed that the ning a Trail Sign Hike as part measurer; and ,Rear Admiral

late Dr. Logan Bennett Walter receive for the"outstanding Field & Stream service trophy to- this event had each been chosen Thinking Day trip to Ravine of their "Fly-up" training. (ret.) E. J S. Young assistant Cor.Park and King .Jacksonville, Fla.

Alston and Robert Taylor.In conservation? in. 1947. At that I from .her own individual Gardens Palatfca was a huge Intermediate Troop 474 'sawa ,,treasurer.
making: the 1962 award, time it was noted Nash Buck.. i County Demonstration Day to success. Thirty-nine troops movie 'The. Adult Study Group EV 9-3027 or-EV 4-6491 '
on "Growing Up" at a .
John M. Olin, Chairman of the
ingham
was "one of America'sgreatest i :
Executive Committee, Olin :Ma- shots, one of its foremost represent her 4-H group. In order from District V participatedand mother and"aughter meeting. meets each Thursday in the
thieson Chemical Corporation, field .trial judges.** to be chosen the girl must $125.00 was collected for They have invited foreign ladies church during: Lent at 7:45

stated that Mr. Buckingham's Author of books on hunting, have been a Sen or 4-H'er. International Friendship. living in the 'community p.Iil. beginning ,with the Service -
entire life has been an examplefor fishing and the
the nation's conservationists latest, **De Shootin'est outdoors Gent'-his Those participating from The new Program change to visit their troop while they of: Compline. The young

and sportsmen He expressed man." was published recently sClay County were: I Course will" begin Tuesday are working on International people's ,confirmation class AND IX

particular pleasure with this by Thomas Nelson & Sons. Rhonda Lowe and Wanda March 26, and end April 30. Friendship for their 2nd class meets ',on Saturday morningsat .

Hollingsworth from Orange The times on the days men- badge. Troop 177 are 'also ;:10.

. FOUNDERS CIRCLE HAS MEETING Park Hgh School in Dairy II tioned are 9 sm.'to 1 pjn. Ev- working on 2nd class badges :The vestry voted to use the ORANGE PARK

The Founders Circle of the Hunter Silves.Preceding Foods Pineapple Rice Cream ery leader committee member and first class badges. Those plate offering on Sunday

Green Cove Springs Garden Kathy Knowles Green Cove I and interested persons are Invited working on first class badgesare March 24th for the church's 1905 U. S. Highway 17 Phone 264-6431
short business
Club met March 21st at the a Springs Senior Club Menu to take this course. A studying "MY COUNTRY"with CUb 'refugee' center in .Mia-
meeting Mrs. Blackmon serveda
home of Mrs. Harry Blackmon dessert. Planning. baby sitter will provided. Mrs. B*. J. Triplet at her mi which is headed by the

at 1 o'clock. At this meetingthe Lilian Knowles, Green Cove Scout Leaders report they home. Rev Max Salvador Jr. I
:Mrs. Blackmon showed a filmon Spr ngs Senior Club Bread-
.
club had two are doing a booming business .
Mrs.
visitors
Planting and Care of Flow- making Donuts.
with their Cookie Booths. The
Thomas Williams and Mrs. ering Bulbs. Knowles LITTLE LEAGUE
Nancy Green Cove Cookie Booth sales will end
Springs Senior Club Home PROSPECTS BRIGHT
this week-end so don't miss
.Brand-New V-8!
Improvement Table Setting.
your last chance to get Girl Prospects are very brightfor
We Sell Carol Spearman and Janet Scout cookies.
a n Orange Park ittle
Spearman, Green Cove Springs
Volkswagens The Brownie Troops In our League co-sponsoed by the
"
Senior Club
"Share the Fun.
neighborhood have been busy Lions and the Jaycees.
We Service .. .
bringing happiness and good With 63 boys already signed -: .a. '.J. O'
DOC CARLISLE -
cheer to Moosehaven when np, the sponsoring groups are <

also SELLS DRUG STORE Troop 43 made Get Well cards applying for a charter from

Gene Allen of Hickory N.C., and took them to Moosehaven the Florida Little League As-

Sports Cars has purchased the Clay County and visited with many of the sociation. Several local busi- :

Drug Company from R. T. residents. Troop 495 is plan- nesses have offered to sponsor
_
SPRING MOTORSGreen ("Doc") Carlisle. Mr. Carlisle ning to take magazines to the teams but the big need at

said this week. The name of Speech Correction Clinic on present is for more adult

Cove Soring;! Phon "84-9209 the store will now b the Clay the 25 March. Troop 327 is help especially for qualified _
_
County Pharmacy. planning a Cook-out at the coaches.

Girl Scout Hut at Neptune Both players and coachescan

Beach Saturday. March 23. sign up at the Orange Park

They ar e working very hardon Elementary School this Sat-

t "Where The Best Is Better" We Collect kno tying,..out of doors and urday during Field Day. Interested -

other "fly-up" requirements. adults may'also con-

Electric Troop 366 made SU Uatrick's tact Bob Nolan at CO 49897. .. NEVI Y'1
l OXLY Day tray favors for the Naval COSTS CULT
The
and sponsors hope to have '
Air Station Hosptial. Troop 19 six J1CS MORETHAN ,
teams and haT ereceived
PEST- Telephone made birthday mats and tray permission to have Saturday i- THECUSSCI
U favors of shamrocks for the ";
FOR YOUR '4' 0
games at the Orange Park Ele-
Bills Naval Hospital also. They vis- Y
mtntary School field. A prac-
NPS. ited the Lay's Potato Chip Co. tice field behind Truitt's Gulf -... !
,. and cooked their lunch in the :
Station has zeen donated by
.. park across the street from the ;i-
M Frank Brown. ,. ,
HARDWARE, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBINGS factory. Troop 324 Is workingon 4

Its "Fly-up" requirementsand y, -.......__'"'--- ... ...........:...1..N _
Get It All FromO.B.NALLHARDWARE dongi some stick crafts. COMPLETE

Troop 321 will have a cook-

out at Rondeau's on Bliss Rd. AnnouncingNew
SEPTIC TANK
March 23. They will finish
1023 Highway 17 Phone 264.6831 Park
Orange training.some of their outdoor "Fly-up" SERVICE Rambler Classic US


Cleanouts with superior performance and'high economy



Repairs "Car of the Year" now offers 198 HP Y-8

InstallationsORANGE .. running mate to famed Classic 6.
"Pretty Hair. But I'll Bet the -

,. R.R.. PARK Try this for a surprise package. A brand.neW'V-8.

264-6171 Economy the Rambler tradition. Respoau per-

Roots Aren't That Color" GREEK COVE SPRINGS formance. Price?$76 to$195 1 less than comparableSixes

Y 284-3860 of the two best sellers.

Through years of research American Motors
JUrancs4 Dart Cw&odin creates
STARKE new was convinced that a high-economy Y 8 could be
solidity replaces many' small parts.
MEOW to change the subject from this "catty" remark- 969.1952If perfected. Today the Classic V-8 is tested proved

No Answer and ready for you at your Rambler dealer. You
well say this: the color of that car she's driving genuine. -
balanced
Call JacksonvilleSP get performance plus high economythe -

She saved time and money by financing at the Bank of 1-3543 Best of Both. And many other "bests" you

1 9 '. x never heard of before in any car priced so low!
Orange Park.COMPICTI.

f Rambler tis.Jamtll..s

.._. .
tin clinic V-l delivers V-8 WINNER. OF MOTOR TREND MACAZME AWAK9CAH
..
pedonnalCe-bmoasRambfereccoomr. .OF THE YEAR

THE BANK OF ORANGE .PARK.. 1 Free Estimates
< :
:c_ II _
BESELER MOTORS
w CONFIDtNTIAto COUtl. lOOt 3r,1 AMASON'S

4. 429 N. Orange Ave., Green Core Springs, Fbu .
Complete Septic Task

Service 'Sttetr Used Cars,-Too.Boy Now During Your Rambler Dealer's Used Car.VAIUSTAKADEI



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Anyone wishing to purchase

LEGAL JfOTICB LEGAL NOTICE M HC & potted Easter Mines for memo-

rials at the Easter
IN THE CIRCUIT service.
COURT' IN
TX COURT.
AND FOR CLAY COUNTY FOURTH THE JUDICIAL CI1RCUIT CIRCUIT April 14, may da so from W. J.

FLORIDA. OF FLORIDA FLORIDA CLAY COUNTY Penney Farms Eddy. Plants will be deliveredand

the Rostrum
IN CHANCERY. IN CHANCERY placed on

X.. sara with your name on a card.
NO. 3596 PIONEER FINANCE COMPANY MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS

DIVISION a corporation.
I RIDGEWOOD SAVINGS Plaintiff The annual tournament and of her own paintings, classified Mr. J. Loye Maxwell of

vs. field day for the Memorial under subpects of still life, Haines City. Florida was pres-
i BANK a corporation. SINCLAIR JACKSON and IDA
MAE JACKSON his wife; and JIM Home Community Golf Club flwers. crayon productions ent at the Memorial Service

AIR CONDITIONING BOATS MOTELS vs.CLIFTON. Plaintiff a WALTER corporation.CORPORATION. were held last week. sketches finger paintings and for the late Rev. Jacob J. Hoffmann -

L. AREHART. unmarried Defendant The annual golf banquet of actual scenes from the artist's on March 14.

i MARINA MOTELAPTS. OTICE OF art? the Club was held on Tuesday own life and experience. In When Mr. Maxwell and his

ABC TV INLET MARINA Defendant. THE: IDA STATE MAE OF JACKSON FLORIDATo evening the 12th at the Quad- this display there were illustrated family were residents of Pen-_
FOR RENT
West street various principles of ny Farms 1948-51.: they were
Hwy 17 Orange Park NOTICE OF SUIT Jen George rangle. About 60 guests enjoyed -
RALPH F. MILBERGERREFRIGERATION By Week or MonthU. Philadelphia Pen8..lvani&You a chicken dinner technique such as contrast regular attendants at all Sun-
THE STATE pre-
OF FLORIDATO
notified that a
& are hereby
STORAGE-WET DRY S. 17 GrthPHOXE'
: Clifton L. Arehart nit has been filed against you In pared by Mrs. Tait and her color quality, light and dark. day School and Chapel Services -
CROSBY BOATS 284-3605 the above entitled cause: and that perspective blend, accent in the Penney Memorial
Address unknown. you are hereby required to file helpers. Regrets were expressed -
AND EE-ZY TRAILERS your answer with the Clerk of sketches vs. paintings, and oil Church.Dr. .
because of the illness of the
PACKAGE You notified
STORE are hereby thata
CONDITIONING this Court and to serve a copy
AIR MERCURY ENGINESSALES
suit has been filed against thereof upon the plaintiff or Club' president the Rev. Basil vs. water color. However most Hoffmann trained the
ServiceAUTHORIZED"FEDDERS" plaintiffs attorney whose name of all to Maxwell children for church
importance
Wiillain C. Guthrie Truscott.: and sickness on the one came
& SERVICE you in the above entitled cause; and address U: -
I PAUL'S and that you are hereby required Jr.. and Title Arthur Building T. Boone Jackson 102 part of the vice president. The realize that art is fundamentally membership and baptized themat

Sales & Service CO 4-0835 to file your answer with :-Aildt: Florida, not later than Rev Fred Oils made it impossible ameans of self-expression the first service of the new

All Legal Beverages April IS. A.D lit*. for them to attend.. the recording of a mood or experience Penney Memorial Church onMother's
the Clerk of the Court and to
Home Phone 284-078O If you fall to do so. deer.oro
BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. serve a copy thereof upon the confesso will be entered against .: Folcwing the banquet the even a way of tellinga Day 1950.
Business Phone 284-6381 you for the relief demanded in story. It can also be a lot of Mr. Maxwell was instrumental -
Dnval Line :
I Cornty plaintiff's attorney, whose the complaint. guests repaired to the social
fun. in organizing: the Penney
E. REEDBookkeeping North of Orange Park name and address is John E. The nature of slid salt being for room where a fine programwas
the foreclosure of merit*** encumbering Memorial Church to receive
Roquemore and Gray C. Ram- the following described enjoyed. Several golf songs
AGIN'S' property situate In Clay County. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Ran- converts from the entire Pen-
PIANO SERVICE saur 825 Barnett National written by the members were
r r Florida: dall of Mayville. N. Y. stoppedto ney Farms area. The entire
and Tax Service Bank Building Jacksonville 2. Begin at the southeast e"Jf sung lustily interspersed with
,
0 RefrigerationAnd visit Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Maxwell family were received
of
of the north half
south
GEORGE WEEKS Florida not later than April the poems pertaining to golf and
Air 400 W. Walnut St. of Section 2*. To North Krone and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. as charter members in that
and
29 run
1963. Rang J4 East the golf members written for
ConditioningSERVICE Phone 284.6721 PIANO SERVICE iftO feet tit a point; thence run Lairdon March 13. first class.
era Tuning Repairing I If you fall to do so. decree West 100 feet toga point: thence the occasion were enjoyed.
confesso will be entered lOt to a point on And then
pro came the awards won
half
Green Cove
Springs PHONE 284-3278 the South line o
against you for the relief demanded of the NWU of tithe Stet 22. at the tournament and field LEGAL NOTICE

Chrysler Alrtemp Sales Box 50 Hlbernla Rt. in the complaint.The line thence a distance run east of along 104 feet said to South the day. These were given not only

Authorized Philco CABINET WORK Green Core Springs of beginning. STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA
nature of said suit being point for achievements on the course

Senrico foreclosure of a certain of Witness said Court my hand at G a seen Cove .but for many other attributes. SPECIAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

LLXSLEY WOODWORKS i REAL ESTATE Florida this 7th day of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Day Ph. 284-3680 mortgage encumbering prop- Springs Awards were given for the : .
A.D. 1962.GEORGE .
Night 284-3403 Custom Cabinetry erty situate in the County of March L. CARLISLE highest scores the most times That the State Road Board at its meeting of February 21,

Office Bar and Store Fixtures CLARENCE B. LAZETTE Clay State of Florida to-wit: Clerk of Circuit Court in the ditch the best dressed 1963. gave consideration to the requests relating to special traf-
S. Palmetto By Grace M. Carlisle.
Cabinets Bldg. Hardware Llscensed Broker in Lot Fifteen (15). Block Deputy Clerk golfer the one having the fic regulations and in each case made a review of the traffic Investigation -

Green GOTO Springs Plywood Plastic Laminates Green Core Springs Three (3). Unit No. I, March 14. 21. 21. April 4. 1)63 nicest swing, the oldest golfer report, along with the recommendations of the engineer -

MEADOWBROOK, accord- the mostt nines shot and the ; at the location or locations described below:
Phone Bus. 284-3223 Since 1037 KOTICB
FILL DIRTCHERRY ing to plat thereof recorded LEGAL owner of the best dog on the RECOMMENDED
Phone Res. 284-3803
Homes Farms Acreage in Plat Book 6. page 7. course. These awards brought COUNTY ROAD LOCATION REGULATIONClay

Highway 17 North 11 W. Spring St Ph. 2844323 public records of Clay IN THE COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT 01'CLAY much laughter from the crowd. 15 Section 71020 In Green

& LOVETT Green Cove Spring* County. Florida. IN CHASCERYo.. 333 The oldest golfer was The Rev. Cove Springs and vicinity

WITNESS my hand and the BETTY R. GANT. Edward J. Sachtjen who is 90 from SLD MP 0.000 to SLD Eliminate 35 MPH

DragLine Dump Truck APPLIANCESJim UPHOLSTERERS seal of said Court at Green Plaintiff! years old. Follwing this the MP 1.015 distance 1.015 mi. Speed Zone.

LIGHT DOZIER WORK Cove Springs Florida this FREDERICK GANT. film. The Buick Open for Clay 15 Section 71020 In Green

CLEAN FILL DIRT Carter Appliance BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP 26th day of March. A. D., 1963. Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT 1992" was shown which provedto Cove Springs and vicinity

Shell Clay Service Inc. 1400 W. Idle wild Ave., (SEAL) THE PFC. Frederick STATE OF Gant.FLORIDA US it..-TO 471-: be a delightful entertaining I from SLD MP 1.015 to SLD Eliminate 30 MPH

FREE ESTIMATES Phone 284-3505 GEORGE L. CARLISLE, OUt Det. 2, 3rd Platoon. lIst MUi- picture. MP 1.121. distance 0.106 mi. Speed Zone

PROMPT DELIVERY A. F. BakerRefrigeration Green Cove Springs Clerk of Circuit Court tary .Police Co.. A.P.O. 287. NewT All In all. it was a delightful Clay 18 Section 71050 In Green
UNARETREBY
Courteous Service &: Seat Corers Paa.ls By Grace M. Carlisle. a suit haa been filed NOTIFIEDthat asalnat evening enjoyed by all. Cove Springs and vicinityMP
Air Conditioning Service Clerk 22.552 to SLD MP
Auto TonsUpholstery Deputy you in the above entitled cause
Phone CO 4-6311 March 28. 1963 and youwhoa are hereby required attorney to Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Smalley 23.567. distance 1.015 mi. 35 MPH Speed Zone
Lining serve plaintiffs
also all
Res. CO 4.9867 name and address appear arrived last week and have become Clay 16 Section 71050 In Green
Sofas Chairs written if
Ernest Major Appliance LEGAL NOTICE hereon. jour oflases residents of the Cove Springs and vicinity
W. E. ( ) Cherry Repairs any. to the bill of In Memorial

General Mgr. Washers Dryers Cushions NOTICE OF INTENTION TO said to suit you copy of whichos before delivered Home Community. They were from SLD MP 23.567 to SLD

Doctors Inlet Fla Phone 284-3542 Income Tax Service APPLY FOR LOCALLEGISLATION April Herein 8. A.D.fail 1963.not or decree pro connected with The Springer MP 23.073. distance 0.106 mi. 30 MPH Speed. Zone

confesso against Institute[ at Mulungwishi the Clay 18 Section 71100 In Green
18 Years Experience -
hellrelief prayed
for In the Central Training School of the I Cove Springs and vicinity
Notice is hereby given of our bill cemplsint.
Short Forms2.00 THE) NATURE OF SAID SUIT Methodist church in Southern from SLD MP 0.000 to SLD Eliminate 30 MPH..

I I OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HEREFor Long Forms-$5.00; up intention the Florida to have Legislature Introducedin at BEING WITNESS FOR my DIVORCE.band and the seal Congo about 120 miles from MP 0.078. distance 0.078 mi. Speed Zone

Reasonable Rates for Business of said Court at Green Cove ElizabethviUe in Katanga Pro- Clay 16 Section 71100 In Green
its 1963 regular session a bill Fprlngs, Florida this 1st day of
Real Estate. Rentals. Etc. M"ch' vince. Mr. Smalley taught Ag- Cove Springs and vicinity
authorize the City of Green GEORGE
I L. Circuit Court riculture while Mrs.. Smalley .from SLD MP 0.078 to SLD Eliminate 35 MPH
Cove Seal) Clerk
PAUL EEMLIXGEE Springs to purchase the (
RentFOR MiscellaneousTV By Vivian H. Sohm taught Home Economics. They MP 0.628. distance 0.550 mi. Speed Zone
8645 Roosevelt Blvd. deactivated Green Cove Springs Deputy Clerk
Scruby &: Yon re retired on Jan. 1. 1963. Clay 15 Section 71010 In Green
Naval Base for such amount
Orange Park Frank M. Scrubs Orginally the natives depended Cove Springs and vicinity
RENT: Nice 2 bedroom SERVICE, Anytime Don and on.such terms and condi- Attorney for Plaintiff
Orange Nark. FloridaMarch on their local vegeta- from SLD MP 10.534 to SLD
house, newly painted inside and Woollard. Phone 2840615.Otfe. CAREY'S TRADING POST tions as the City Commission T. U. 21. 2$. tin
bles, roots and the like for MP 11.000 distance 0.466 mi. 45 MPH Speed Zone
out. reasonable, large yanl, appliances WE BUY SELL TRADE of said city determines to be
LEGAL: NOTICE food but under Mr. Smalley's Clay 15 Section 71010 In Green
furnished. Call Penney for the best interest of the city
Three locations
: direction they learned how to Cove Springs and'vicinity
FOR SALE-Used rebuilt lawn-
Farms, 5298211. 20tfe 15 E. Palmer St., Ph. 284-3280 to issue interest bearing rev- IN THE CIRCUIT FCOOURRTA
mowers. $15.00 and up McGee'sWelding : enue anticipation certificates CLAY COUNTY. grow tomatoes cabbage onions from SLD MP 11.000 to SLD

FOR RENT 2 houses furnished & Radiator 520 N. Warehouse & antiques -old todefray all or any part of the IN CHANCERYNo.. 38I and various American vegetables MP 11.199 distance 0.199 mi. 35 MPH Speed Zone

one 1 bdr. and one 2 Orange Ave.. Phone 2843163. Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave.S purchase price to execute and SARAH T. PEARCE. and liked them. Clay 15 Section 71010 In Green

bdr.. extra nice freshly painted 7tfc "BIG TOP" tent Blinding deliver >such evidences of Indebtedness Plaintiff"'. The natives had no work animals Cove Springs and vicinity

!Inside and out phone 529- Blvd.. At Ridgewood and security instruments COY E PEARCE. until the missionaries introduced from SLD MP 11.199 to SLD
Defendant
5291 Penney Farms. 31tfo SEWING Expert Seamstress Furniture & appliances at NOTICE or SUIT donkeys and oxen MP 11.277 distance 0.078 mi. 30 MPH Speed Zone

Coats Dresses, Draperies SUe as may be necessary to THE STATE OF FLORIDA-TO:, which relieved them of doing On motion duly made and seconded the foregoing traffic
bargain prices out the terms of said sale Coy E. Pearee. 3701 Cole Avenue
FOB RENT 2 bdr. unfur. Curtains. Phone 2843159. tfe carry Dallas' .. their work the hard way witha and speed regulations were determined to be reasonable and
to provide for the retirementof IRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
house elec. heater gas cook YOU suit has been filed against crude hoe. necessary upon the basis of the engineering and traffic Investigations -

stove located between Sr. & Jr. FOR SALE-Everlasting Blackberry ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES, said certificates or other evi- you that a in the above entitled cause The Smalleys have three sons and authority was therefore given for the establishment
Inc. dences of indebtedness and are hereby required to
high schools near Kayo station. plants 6 for $1.00-Mrs. from serve you upon plaintiffs attorney and one daughter also 11 of same and the placing of the proper marking and signs as indicated -

$35.00 month. Phone 284-9233 H. II. Crowl Rt. No. 1, Box 129 We Will Trade for Your Car the net proceeds of the recre- whose name and address appear if grandchildren. Justian is an ; also for the elimination of existing controls where this
tlfc Furniture, Diamonds, or Anything ational or other facilities hereon. your writttenc deflases
2843727. oper- in
or B. Phone 2843815. 21e any, to the aviation engineer in St. Paul is indicated.
of Value on a New Mobile ated on said base revenue from said suit copy of which is delivered .
FOR RENT or sale block house to yon herewith on or before Minn.; Bruce is an agricultural JOHN R. PHILLIPS
Home. the sale of electricity and *
water -
BEAUTIFUL April 9. A.D. 1142.
ANTIQUES
Chairman
missionary in Rhodesia; Ron-
large yard In Penney Farms. ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES and from cigarette taxes Herein wail tenteredtragainst
Glass china brass. linens confesso be ald is a medical interne In
Telephone GCS 2849708._ Inc. declaring the acquisition of you for the relief prayed In theOF I
21-28c paintings oriental rugs, lamps bill flf complaint Flint Mich.; Eleanor's hus- .
6263 Roosevelt BITe!. said base to be essential
an : THE NATURE SAID SUIT 1
statuary guns swords silver band is a YMCA Secretary in

hundreds of 18th century pieces. EV 4-5584 governmental function to authorize BEING WITNESS FOR my DIVORCE.hand and the seal Karachi. Pakistan. NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY CLOSES SOON

For Sale Real EstateREAL Priced below 2-14 tfc the lease of all or any of said Court at Green Cove
appraisal Springs Florida, this 4th day of Originally, the Smalleys were
Mrs. Brown Klngsley Lake part of said base for municipal March A.O. 11'81.GEORGE. CARLISLE from Vermont and J.h nchu-:
SITUATION WANTEDINSTRUCTIONS purposes defining such purposes L
ESTATE 5332381. (Su1) aerk Court setts.
and providing an effec- $y 'ivianuiH. Sfthm
Have two
COLORED buyers Deputy Clerk..
houses In MIddleburg. semi FOR SALE-'60 T-Bird Cony. tive date. Sam B. WillowAttorney Mrs. Clara Harvey had a
Dated this 28th of for Plaintiff
day
finished pay like rent house Phone GCS-284-3673. 14-21 MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED 217 Guaranty Life Building surprise visit from her cousin

and lot. Mr. Raymond 3646 WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo March; 1963. Jacksonville.March Florida 1. U. U. %.. uu Mrs. Winthrop Fenno. and a
CITY OF GREEN COVE
Gandy, Tampa 839-2121, col ATLAS ELECTRICAL & experience necessary, grammar friend. Mrs. Ethel Homer ofWutboro.

lest Feb. 28-4p MECHANICAL COMPANY school education usually SPRINGSBy DR. JACOB J. HOFFMAN1 Mass.. last week.

Phone 284-9223 sufficient. Train now at home : Ben Zellner, Jacob J. Mrs. Fenno is visiting her son
FOR SALE-Furnished 3 bdrm. COmmissionerMarth Services for Dr.
We do City
all types of electrical
with For details and daughter-in-law at
for jobs Security. Daytona -
house 1 year old-2 lots-Hard- wiring. 28. 1963 Hoffman. 93 years old a resident -
send name address, Beach. Mrs. Fenno and
wood floors Tile, bath-Owner of Memorial Home Com
RAY
SHDP &
owner manager. phone no. to: NATIONALTRATh'ING LEGAL NOTICE Mrs. Homer also called on Mrs.
held
for 12 were
leaving state-Reduced price- munity years
SERVICE. BOX C. William Robinson.
Phone ZU93U.FOB CARPENTRY additions, cabinets last Thursday in Penney Memorial r e
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
Clay County Crescent. 2410eELECl'RICAL
garages and miscellaneoushome Church. He died on
SALE 1951 Chevrolet OF CLAY COUNTY, The Rev. and Mrs. Henry W
repairs. Phone 2843369. March 12 In the Mary Olin
DeLuxe, overhauled and painted. FLORIDA. In Probate. No. Bock left Penney Farms last

Excellent condition. 1963 7-14e 563. Clinic. week for Boston because of the <. ; r
A native of Russia, Dr. Hoff-
tag Included. Price $too cash. .MAN WANTED who has tractor In rer Estate of J. H. MANNING educated at St. Paul's death of her cousin. Miss 8.
Atlas Electrical &: Mechanical man was
Phone 284-4795. 21 tfc and sprayer to do custom sometimes known as. College Central WesIe&nSem1na.rJ' Grace Stewart. Mrs. Bock was

CompanyW JOSEPH HURLEY MANNING the only living relation of Miss P,
this
work
spray area. Pays $1.00to
the University of
FOR SALEM 4-Track stereo
deceased.
i $1.50 per acre. Write giving e do all type of electrical Chicago Garrett Bablical In- Stewart. Services were held
tape recorded; just like new. NOTICE OF FILING
there The Bocks
Save, $109.00 Phone Green full details on equipment and wirinlr. PETITION FOR FINALDISCHARGE stitute and the universities of will be on away Monday for about a month. nA 1I"5ll d [FID( Q6
yourself. P. O. Box 1115. Winter
Cove 43624. Garden Fla. 21c RAY SHIPP Berlin pastoral and Leipzig.His work. began In Chaszei Listing AsTrtiaail) UstfiR, Aft Ii Ytfeff P'ill.Don't

Notice is hereby given that I Guild
The Wmen's meetinglast
West. dishwasher-very &oor- Owner and Manager Minnesota where he was ordained wait! Call our Business Office now to
4500. Philco and Kelvinator FOR THE BEST In all-round Phone 2S4-922S have filed my final returns as minister week drew a large attendance '

up-right freezers; also portable good printing try the 'CRESCENT administratrix of the Estate of at St. Paul a Methodist In 1895. He served In the sanctuary of the change listings in the Telephone Directory. And

console TAU appliances PRESS INC. The prices J. H. Manning sometimes In Illinois and Penney Memorial Church. The remember-additional ngs for members of
FOR SALE 1956 Pontiac known as .Joseph Hurley Man- congregations devotional leader. Mrs. M. A.
2843624.
guaranteed. Phone right. and also Professor family or firm may be included for little
Iowa was your
Station Wagon very good condition ning, deceased; that I have Gunther. based her Lenten

FOR. SALE or rent New 2 FOR SALE Upright piano good tires new battery filed my petition for distribu- at John Fletcher College 19120 $- meditation on selections from extra cost.

bdr. house. Rt. 2, Box 220. or trade for chord organ. TeL low mileage. Very reasonable.CO tion and for final discharge and at Wheaton college Psalm 34. She emphasized the

28-4e 2843613. minis 1938-41, All together ___ Mr. Businessman Be sure you're represented
281-9611.
Phone 28-4e 4-9821 %8eI and that_ on April 29. 1963. I thought that prayer ana spiritual -

M t : : t i a i u will apply to the Honorable he was active in the uvrlceof fasting at this season is in the Yellow Pages the best way to tell
M m i 1111 u in m i m i m 111 m 111 ; u m i m i n 1 111111t for 48
Thomas J. Rivers. County the Lord years. potentially a means of bringing -
find Smart heed the
how to Shoppers
AREA)BUSINESS Judge of Clay County. Florida Mr. Hoffman had been a Christ's' power into the people you.

DIRECTORYFURNITURE for approval of said final returns resident of Penney Farms since world to the establishment of advice to "Let your fingers do the walking .

; I I I I I I ;-...... i i i i i i i- Iii- 9 Iii a 1 i i I I .','a'{"I';1 -+t***4"d :-> ->-i-i"K--i-i"1"U"111 and for an order of distribution June 24. 1941. He Is survived peace among men and nations. Head the ads Learn the facts Find it fait

and for final discharge by his widow and four sons. The program was in chargeof Shop the Yellow Pages way."
"
DRUGGISTSEASTERLLNG OFFICE EQUIPMENT as administratrix of The service was In charge of the chairman of the literary
I
AIR .BASE FURNITURE CO % said estate. the Rev. C. A. Miller assistedby committee. Mrs. T. R. Runyon.

Fine Furniture PHARMACY AMERICAN /./ Elsie Manning Powell the Rev. R. O. Korteling She introduced the guest speaker Southern Bell

Carpeting Appliance OFFICE_ SUPPLY _CO. _. Administratrix and the ReT. Gene M. Zimmer- I Dr. Beulah Sprague Bowen -Ce us s4 air hb+e

Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service ." March 28. April 4. 11. 18 1963 man of Green Cove Methodist who has had many years

:8933 Roosevelt Bird. Lloyd E. Jones Jr.. Owner :Church. of experience as critic and LET YOUR FINGERS DO THE WALKIN3THURSDAY.
BUY OR TRADE
Jacksonville EV 7-4611 Complete Cosmetic Depu teacher of art in schools and
Specialists In For Your Used Mobile Home. JONES HALL NURSERY
colleges of New England and
TRAILERS Cameras Films Office Sapplies-Offic Equip Top Dollar Paid. His Allowance Now Open '7 Days A Week
the midwest. Mrs. Bowen captivated
Your Coach to Trade. Come Out Brews Around Yellow
Pacemakers Peerles ment On
and
her audience by her Informal -
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Air Stream for Travel Call of presentation gages
Used: Trailers-Bank Financier Complete Line of Greeting ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES IX South of New- manner
interspersed with casual hu-
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mor. The lecture was abundantly
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KH Woman's Club NewsThe SodaNoes/ / DOG ANTI-RABIES LICENSES CLINIC I KH Church News 1


Woman's Club Covered I publicized for 30 days will be From H. F. Cameron. R. S., NEWS FROM ST. ANNE'S: Jacksonville on March 13. The
I From Gainesville comes the Chief Sanitarian of the Clay
Dish Luncheon will be held at placed before the membership news that Mike and Eileen The Episcopal church womenof ladies first attended Mass at
for action. Nominations from County Health Department we '
the Educational Building of the Burdges have a new baby girl have news that the Anti-Rabies St. Annes held their monthly St. Paul's in Riverside and
the floor may be made provided -
Community Church on Tues- the candidate has given con- born on Sunday March 10. Clinic will be held In Keystone I! meeting on Thursday, Mar. then went to the Garden Cen-

This is their third child and 7, lathe Parish Hall. Committee and
day. March 26, at 1 pm. Pres- sent. Minor changes in the bylaws Heights on Saturday March\ chairmen ter 'for their Hieeing
their second daughter. Mike were appointedto breakfast and luncheon._.Father -
30. from 9:00 a.m. till 12:00
Hanson will relating to changes in
ident Mrs. Julius make for strawberry
the plans a -
was
Indians coach at K.
joined
.y Noon. The innocnlations will Connie Dougherty .
dates and in dues unani-
Mrs. John were festival in \ An auction '
introduce the guests. H. S. last year and he Burd- May. the ladies for luncheon. '
mously accepted.Mr. be given at the City Recrea- I v
Karges. program chairman, will ges's lived in he Denmark Cottage tion Park. is ,also being planned for the

Matthews editor and s same time. Anyone wishing to ...
East Lakeview
who will on Drive. ,
present the speaker Everyone with pets-dogs,
of Bradford County
owner ALLRED TO : .
Mike is continuing his studiesat donate articles for his auction
discuss clothing materials, and Telegraph has graciously offered of course and cats too,- Mrs. I .
\
the University of Florida should get in touch with HEAD LIOXS' ,
should make sure to take ad-
"Amer- to make his, office the
cleaning of same as per this Margo Martin.\ Approximately
year. vantage of this opportunity to I Glenn Allred was the chdl
Starke headquarters for sale of
ican Home" theme for the 16 members enjoyed the re-
have their pets protected. of the nominating( commktea
tickets for the Old Time Vaude-
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. O'Brien R T TC freshments served by hostess
month of April.Members
ville Show of March 30 at the v There will be a nominal charge.. Mrs. Martha\ Kodatt. as candidate for president ot

are reminded to B.HJ5. Auditorium in Starke. entertained a party of friends MrE.. R. Corbctt the City the Orange Park Lions Club
Mrs. Nell King has been
who honored Mr. and
provide a covered dish and The bold type inserts in the Chas .Donohoe on their 50th Mrs. Clerk of Keystone Heights remind named Nearly New Shop chair- for the coming year. .

their own table service. personal items of this columnare Wedding severyone that every dog man with Mrs. Amy McElrath Other candidates presentedby

a gift from the Telegraphto Anniversary on Mar. must have a city license which the committee at last .
At the regular business meet- 12. A dinner party was held Mrs. Margo\ Martin and Mrs.
the Woman's Club. Ticket will cost the owner $1.00. week's meeting of the club
ing on March 12, Mrs. H. L. at the Green Turtle Restaurantat Martha Kodatt as her assist-
Mr. Corbett wishes the publicto
Chairman Mrs. Leo. LeBlanc Jacksonville Out-of-town ants. Starting next week the were: for first vice-president.
Button chairman of the nominating WA know that his office hours second Tfc:--
Reporter Mrs. George ,Schaeffer. guests were Mr. and Mrs. shop will be open another daya Buck Murphy;

committee presentedthe and Publicity Chairman Moore' starting March 18 are :Mondayand week Wednesday. The president. Bill Raleigh; third
Sumner and
following slate of officersfor Mrs. Francis Egan. have ""re daughterof Tuesday and Friday and schedule of open days will vice-president. Harley Broom;
Euclid Ohio Mr. and Mrs.
1963-64: President Mrs. built" two theatrical style post- Roland Larkman Saturday from 9:00 a.m. till are scheduled each Wednesday i secretary, Frank P e don I;

John Bird; First Vice President, of East 12:00 Noon. This will be
every Carol Nix tall
ers loaned by Mr. Joe Daurerto treasurer ;
and 9
Lake Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. .. Friday Saturday from
Mrs. Herbert Nelson; Second the Committee. One will be James a. week, from here on. No excuse until 5 o'clock. twister. Fay Bradley; and Lion

Vice President. Mrs. Charles Cook of Keystone Hts. '_ ., for not having that dog
in the Carl Joines.Candidates .
displayed Telegraph office tamer
Mr. Cook has built the Dona- The son of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Wallenius Recording Secretary license!
; ; the other in Belote's Rex- hoes a house C. Logsdon will be baptized at presented for
on Cypress St.and
Mrs. John Karges; Treasurer And. again Mrs. Sara McDonald -
all Store. In Keystone tickets Tom
of Directors
ha nearly completed the the Sunday service at 9:30 Board were:

Mrs. Fremont Tolles; Cor- will be avaailable at the LaRue O'Brisen home acros the street. reminds Keystoners that o'clock this Sunday. Beadnell, Hal Hansen and AI
responding Secretary M r s. all City Taxes are delinquent
Insurance Office and the Muh-
Although Mr. Cook suffered The Liany and Meditation Jaime.
Francis Egan. At the April lhofer Gift Shop. Ticket sales- a 31, a 5 per cent delinquent
hip fracture about schedued each IWednesday
two weeks are
meeting this slate having been after March 31. After March *
will be also be hand
men on at ago he is still supervising the evening at 7:30 o'cock thru- CARD OF, THANKS _
fee will be charged.
the Clay Electric Cay. March completion of the homes. His out Lent. We wish to express our

28.Be friends wish him Godspeed thanks to our many friends for
Murrhee JOHN W. ELLIS
sure to patronize the and Congratulations go to both Services John William ST. AMLLIA.M'S NEWS: their kind deeds to us during
for
Insurance Agency "Coke" Stand at the Clay Elec- Mr. and Mrs. Donahoe as wellas The three officers and six th; sickness and death of our
Ellis 65 years old who died
tric Annual Day. The Coke
Greetings to them and to brother. Eugene.
members of the altar society
Sunday at the University of
stand will be
sponsored by theWoman's
Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien as they Florida Medcial Center were were present at the deanery The Sapp family

: CARRY Club. take up residence here and held on Tuesday at the Key- meeting of the X.C.C.In March 28c
ADEQUATE .
join Keystoners in -
our commu- Davies Prevatt Engagement tone Community Church.A .
INSURANCE nity life. .
I FENCE: POTTS-POLES etc: native of Meridian, Miss.,


VrenmuTf a Cremated Lifetime to La.t Mrs.\ John Karges was calledto Announced; Plan July WeddingMr. and sity of a graduate the Suoth of Mr.the Ellis Univer-had Special this Weekat

!
See- tCIIAD MLRKHEE Southern WoodPreserving Kansas City recenty on the lived in Keystone since 1950.

Agent death of her
Co. sister. Expres- and Mrs. Benjamin P. ron C. Prevatt of Keystone .He was a right of way agent
Phone 473-4786 sions of sympathy have been
Davies Jr., of Barnwell S. C.. Heights. A July wedding is for the State Road Department.
Keystone Heights. Florida Baldwin. Fla. 24M-4251: extended her by her many planned. A member of the Presbyterian A&P!
friends.Mr. announce the engagement of
:Miss Davies was graduated church he served in the air your
and Mrs.\ Hubert Ri- their daughter. Mary Stuart, I
: from. Stuart Hall. Staunton arm of the Signal Cops, (now
daught and three daughters to Mr. Bruce Chapman Pre- the Air Force
Virginia and is now a seniorat ,Army ) during

REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES APPRAISALS spent last week-end at Hubert's vatt. son of Mr. and Mrs. My- Emory University where she World War I. A&P INSTANTCOFFEE

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDAC. brother's home Mr. and is a member of Kappa Gamma He leaves his widow Mrs.
Mrs. Harold
Ridaught and COMMUNITY CHURCH sorority. She attended the Catherine Smith Ellis; two

family. Hubert was a former Carillon Ball in Columbia S. sons. Donald Ellis of St. Louis
HAS SILVER TEA
teacher at K.HS., and
now
i C.. in 1961 as the representative and Ralph Ellis of Wellington -
teaches a Hollywood Fla., The Highlight of the Spring?
from Barnwell County.Mr. New Zealand; and six
I where he and his family live. Season was the Ninth Annual grandchildren.The .

I He was In Keystone attendingthe Silver Tea of the Community Prevatt was graduated Rev. Dr. A. C. Holt officiated .

F.E.A. Convention in Church Women's Organizationwas from Emory-at-Oxford Oxford at the services. Pall: .

Jacksonvile last week. Ga. and will graduate i 99cPrices
held Thursday. March 14. bearers included: Paul Carter

at the Educational Building.As from Emory University in Edward B. Raynor. Jesse Lewis -: 10 Jar
June with degree in psychology. -
"We know Frances Reaves a oz.
the guests'arrived and L. O. Hazen J. H. Brooks
.
J. "Pete" O'Connor P.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297 11
had He plans to do graduate
broken her
arm, becausewe signed the Guest Book they and C. B. Funderburk.

missed her In the bank and were ushered to their individual work at the University. of I in This Ad Are Good Through Saturday, March 30.

hat's what we were told. But Florida.
tables by a senior of Junior
EXAMS TO BE HELD
Your dreams true with
we had no idea it was such a themon come
Youth. They saw before
Applications for the Selective -
A "Let the Rest of the A. bad break until we talked to center stage a beautiful golden BE CAREFUL 'Service College: Qualifi- F PLAID STAMPS


cl1 World Go By" her Saturday.In the She grocery had just store come on beautiful harp in florial back of arrangementof which wasa (J f WITH FIRE. April cation 18 Test are to now be available given on to I

home from the Medical Cen- azaleasin
gladiolius. spiral and YOU CAN'TBACK college students at the Selec-
ter in Gainesvill where she
pastel colors arranged in a
local
BUY tive Service boards .
had some serious surgery on \
Recreation plots the swimming hole white fan-shaped vase. / throughout Florida, Col. Harold -: I
near the arm. It was broken in .
The large Banquet size tea .. / A FOREST! C. Wall state director :

$675.00 up if you and the kids aren'ttoo about three places, and com- table was spraed with a floor of Selective Service .for Florida 115 N. Oranre Ave. Green Cove Springs, FU.

pound fractures at that! and lace table
length organdy
I'" has announced.
lazy to walk couple blocks. Frances \1 /
a won't be going roller- cloth over pink upon which wasa

skating again for some time large spring bouquet in a silver BrightIdeas -1 4t

and maybe she doesn't care to bowl. There were silver r

See Us for your Real Estate Xeeds go! We hope the worst is over candelabra with tall pink tap-


S. E. McKAY for her. Mrs.ers. Mrs.Bert Azzie Christoffers Williams Sr..and as Buick


Attending the St. Augustine hostesses poured tea from imagine a

Deanery Meeting\ of the N. C, beautiful silver services at ,each Choose your travel clothes as

Keystone Heights Phone 473-4818 C. W. in Jacksonvile last week end of the table. carefully as your vacation spot.

were Mrs. Lena Clemens Mrs- Comfort is a prime consideration
Program Chairman. Mrs but for appearance's sake wear
Bee \ nnlvP 825
Cooper Mrs. Geraldine
Frank Hgen introduced the fabrics that look presentable even for
Simeral, Mrs. Irene
Brault
soloist. The program which when rumpled.SPRINGVACATIONINO. CJlliy / /

Mrs. Mary: K. Schaeffer Mrs. preceeded the serving of tea S C s
Frances Murelli. Mrs. Mildred
and refreshments was ably

Sutton Ms. Betty Godley andMrs rendered by talented Miss Sar- rrSTRUEI Buick sales records And were celebrating. During "record
SOMETIMES ALL TAKES TO Margaret LeBland all STUDENTS (and their' out-of- are toppling.
ah Perry. She is harpist with stake claim the trim Buick Special. America's only V-6
days
representing St. Wiliams Par- pocket Papas) will find long-dis setting your on jaunty
SEPARATE TUE MEN FROM THE ish. Father Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra tance bus a smart and saving way car engine. Plus famous Buick comfort, luxury and room. Only $2338.75.* Like ose

BOYS is -!HE GIRLS! Dougherty the and has won several ,honors to travel to and from school.To- Come on in. BONUS! EXCLUSIVE RCAOYNAGROOVE

pastor was also on hand. A and awards on her harp. day's restroom-equipped luxury: : L.F.

special honor was given St. buses are competitive both in timo
Miss Perry rendered both class- 4 Just *' wtk soccwl! order
fi William's parih when Mrs. Bee and ticket costs with railroads form a'' B, cx dealers.(fMe t
0 ical and semi-classical numberson provide the extra conveniences of s BuicK tfea'ea?' haw a+b+an li
Cooper one of eight candI-
both the harp and the piano. frequent scheduling centrally-lo:

ATa. dates was elected to one of She 'is also an accomplishedartist cated terminals and generous free

the five vacancies in the Dean- baggage allowances. Charters for
on the organ. Here again
ery Executive Board. school groups are available too.
the'guests witnessed an expres- You can get all the details from # =sK

sion of youth of the spring your local: Trailways Travel i'x
Guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. I, Bureau.
'.. with its promises of hope. love,
R. Brault and this .
family past *
and peace so much needed to- ..*.
week-end were Mr. and Mrs #
I/p day. Harmony prevailed and Your good grooming habits
Gene Wheeler: and two chil-
the ninth annual Silver Tea shouldn't be neglected on a long
dren from St. Cloud. Fla. They
was completely enjoyed by 175 trip: it's a good idea to carry
also brought their nephew and individa-
purse-size perfume :
members and guests many
Tony Brault. to visit his par aHy-pacLaged paper wash cloths .
from Gainesville Mel
rose.
ents. Tony is currently stayingwih for a refreshing and glamorous t, w i
Starke, Park of the Palms and touch.
his aunt and uncle in St. t
.. Northerners who winter In .
Cloud where he is attending .
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Keystone.Mrs. .
school and working for his A CAMERA AND FILM INCLUDED .. .- j
Sunderland
R. N. priorto
uncle after school. Mrs. Wheeler in traveling gear will -

eW.It.A.A. is Mr. Branlt's sister.EXECUTIVE the Tea expressed her ap- help make a bus trip an especially .. "

preciation to the many com- entertaining and rewarding one. .... .
Leveling a lens through a buswindow .
mittee members who each assumed .s
BOARD MEETS or at a photoscenic stop j ... .

And sometimes all it takes to separate the "blues" from The Executive Board of Com- and carried out their aloof the route can result in pictorial :- ....M..4.J.. ,.,.'.............Pep. M t.*.w ......1..ti11H.wI lhit" /ti.<11r.r .
assignments so harmoniously souvenirs of lasting pleas *_____..T__tsw Tea... ....-..e-0-..d Js.. .
munity Church Women will and completely.Mrs. tire However when filming froma r'.s'"e.4 L..e Y..,.e..a.ua.w.O..p..w..wt.. t--.

the "bills" Is a savings account adequate enough to meet meet Monday. March 25. at Charles Wallenius com- moving bus care should be

9:$0 am. in the Educational taken to prevent pictures from
plimented both the guests and blurring. To insure dear steady

emergencies. Start one now. Building the committee members for photography it is recommendedthat record day.Tt

their attendance and participation pictures be taken only when setting .

31EVS CLUB DINNER ,in this program. the bus is traveling slowly. Takea
firm shooting position and avoid
The Community Church The Youth Waitresses were resting the camera against a win

MEMBER F. D. I. C. Men's Club Dinner will be Miss Jo Wildt Miss Carroll dow whose vibration could make

THE FRIENDLY BANK IN THE KEYSTONE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY HEIGHTS. March 25 at 6:30 pm. Hostesses Baker. Miss Kathy Williams for blurred results.Subjects for off the at at Buick dealers i
suggested
..... will be members of the Nightingale Miss Carol Gardner. Miss Mar- a distance are .
... most effective shots as those near- .
0 Circle. with Mrs.. Leon cia Haberstroh and.Miss Lar- ,
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